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RICHARD HULL | images | bio | artist resume | WX shows: 2012 | 2010 | News and Press below:

Number 3, Number 4, 2013, crayon on paper, 24" x 18" each


  • Art: 21 Blog. Picard, Caroline. "Afterimage: An Interview with Dahlia Tulett-Gross and Thea Liberty Nichols" (Richard Hull, John Parot). December 26, 2012.
  • Time Out Chicago. Weinberg, Lauren. "“Afterimage” at DePaul Art Museum | Art review" (Richard Hull). October 18, 2012.
  • NAP. Zevitas, Steven. "Expo Chicago Wrap-Up: Part One" (Richard Hull). September 25, 2012
  • ArtSlant. Chester, Alicia. "Afterimage" (Richard Hull). September 18, 2012
  • New City. Stabler, Bert. "Lilli Carre and Richard Hull". April 24, 2012
  • Huffington Post. Klein, Paul. "Scads of Quality" (Richard Hull). April 20, 2012
  • New City. Aronstein, A-J, "Someone Else's Dream" (Richard Hull, Jose Lerma), Feb. 14, 2012
  • Winston-Salem Journal. Patterson, Tom. "Hairy Who? artists offer quirky perspective on life" (Richard Hull). October 23, 2011
  • Richard Hull featured in "Spaces Within" at the Rockford Art Museum, opening September 10
  • New City Lee, Nate. "Portrait of the Artist: Richard Hull". April 5, 2010
  • Chicago Art Magazine Dluzen, Robin. "Richard Hull at Western Exhibitions" (review). April 4, 2010
  • ArtSlant Seidell, Marla. "Humorous Blobs" (review: Richard Hull). April 17, 2010
  • Simply Magnificent Molon. Dominic. "Art: Un(der)known Pleasures- Richard Hull’s ‘Sleeping is Believing’ (1980)". April 21, 2010
  • Huffington Post. Klein, Paul. "It's the "Good Art" Time of Year".(Richard Hull) March 26.
  • Chicago Life Magazine. "Richard Hull's Jazz: Canvases that explore rhythym." By Sigalit Zetouni. August 07, 2007
  • Art in America. "Where the wild things were. " by Richard Vine. May. 1, 1997


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