Hassler in Taos


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Carl von Hassler (1887-1969)




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"Smiling Navajo Girl"
Oil on linen, 14" x 12"

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Carl von Hassler (1887-1969)


written by +Robert Parsons




Hassler said, "Nature is a great teacher. To be a truly good artist, one has to be first a naturalist.
 Each area presents its own background and feeling. Arizona is quite different from New Mexico.
 Our state is very different from Colorado—and so it goes.
 Unless you get the feel of a place, your painting will lack strength and beauty."

Von Hassler said it's impossible "to elaborate on nature with success.
I want to place on canvas what I see in nature."


Carl von Hassler Highest Auction Prices

"Quaking Aspens in Autumn"  Price: $12,870

"Autumnal Glory" Price: $10,800

"Autumn in San Antonio, New Mexico" Price**: $8,812

"New Mexico Winter Scene" Price: $8,000

"Giant Dalias" Price: $8,000

"Snow in Pohoaque Valley, New Mexico" Price: $7,638

"Autumn Solitude" Price: $6,900

"Autumn Landscape" Price: $6,600

"Autumn in Tesuque, New Mexico" Price: $6,463

"Quaking Aspens in Autumn" Price: $5,938


Fine Art prices have risen steadily. Please contact the Gallery for the latest prices and current inventory.

Parsons does not offer Carl von Hassler prints, because no print can compare to the real paintings.

Parsons invites you to visit the Galleries to experience the unmatched beauty of the real art.


Carl von Hassler Art Biography:


He was known as "The Dean of Albuquerque Artists."

Von Hassler was born in Bremen, Germany March 18, 1887.

In 1901 he was enrolled in the German Naval Academy, where he took art classes.

Carl studied for 6 years at the Dusseldorf Art Academy.

In 1912 Von Hassler went to the United States.

He lived in Greenwich Village, New York

He joined the "Greenwich Ash Can Group".

in 1917 Von Hassler became a member of the US Army, serving 4 years fighting against his homeland, Germany.

In 1922 he went to Albuquerque, New Mexico.

In 1924 Carl painted the Indian motif mural in the Franciscan Hotel, Albuquerque, NM.

In 1927, he painted murals for the Pueblo/Deco style KiMo theater in Albuquerque, NM.

In 1937 He created the viga designs at Albuquerque airport.

Carl von Hassler died in Albuquerque, NM on November 30, 1969.


Carl von Hassler Murals include:

1939 Albuquerque Airport
Fred Harvey's Alvorado Hotel
The Franciscan Hotel
Bank of New Mexico
First National Bank

Carl von Hassler Museum Collections On Line include:
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KiMo Theater
"The Seven Cities of Cibola"
"White House' ruin, Canyon de Chelly"
"Acoma 'Sky City' Pueblo"
"Taos Pueblo"
"Bandelier Monument ruin"



"Springtime in Tres Ritos"



"Early Snow"



"Autumn Landscape"



"Dalias"









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