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Mailing address: PO Box D-1, Carmel CA 93921
William A. Karges Fine Art is internationally known as one of the premier galleries specializing in historically important, museum quality Early California paintings executed between 1880 and 1940. Armin Hansen,William Wendt, Agnes Pelton, Selden Gile, and Granville Redmond are among the artists in the gallery's holdings. We also handle fine American paintings by artists such as Robert Vonnoh and Childe Hassam, as well as the work of Dennis Doheny, one of the preeminent contemporary landscape painters working in the West today. The gallery is also known for their superior level of scholarship and the museum quality publications produced over the last few years.
William A. Karges Fine Art maintains a private computing system that tracks worldwide art and auction markets. We actively purchase quality paintings and encourage you to contact us about works that you would like to sell or acquire. The Karges galleries handle all consignments on a personal and private basis and since our founding in 1987 have guaranteed the authenticity of each object that we sell.
William A. Karges Fine Art is the exclusive representative of the estates of Jessie Arms Botke, Cornelis Botke, Ross Dickinson, Rinaldo Cuneo and Clyde Scott.
Maurice LoganBiography of the Artist
(1886 - 1977)
Oil on board
17 x 13 inches
(1886 - 1977)
A native of California, Maurice Logan studied with a number of San Francisco’s finest instructors, starting with Richard Partington. He further studied with Theodore Wores, and Frank Van Sloun at the San Francisco Institute of Art, and at the Art Institute of Chicago and the California College of Arts and Crafts, where he ultimately taught between 1935-1943. Throughout the 1920’s, Logan painted and exhibited with a group known as “the Society of Six.” Devoted to the colorist principles of the French Fauvists, the Six banded together to share costs, rents, ideas, and exhibitions spaces. Logan’s works were grew more subdued as he aged, and by the end of the 1930’s he had abandoned his colorful palette entirely.For more information on Maurice Logan and other artists we represent, please visit the artist index on our gallery website