Hunt Slonem is arguably one of the most fascinating artists of our time. His celebrated career continues to perpetually move forward in leaps and bounds, with a remarkable schedule of museum and gallery exhibitions around the world attesting to the admiration and curatorial support his art has elicited. I use the word "fascinating" because there are very few artists who can match his daily working and travel schedules. Hunt Slonem painting in his Chelsea studio, Manhattan.
His spacious Chelsea studio of about 30,000 square feet is Manhattan's biggest, and every corner is filled to the brim with thousands of extraordinary, gorgeous, hand-picked found objects, including colored glass vases, Gothic Revival furniture, marble busts and columns, plants, 19th century Souther...
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