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Thomas Aquinas Daly

1937 -
Painter
Origin: United States
Born: March 27, 1937, Albany, New York

Internationally celebrated watercolorist, Thomas Aquinas Daly's atmospheric landscapes and poetic still-lifes have been compared to the historic work of George Inness (1825-1894) and Jean Bapiste-Simeon Chardin (1699-1779), but neither of these past masters dealt so unwaveringly with the subtleties of the sportsman's world. Daly was born in Albany, New York, and has lived through the state during his lifetime. As a child, he read Field and Stream and Outdoor Life, becoming interested in hunting and fishing. Between 1955 and 1959, he majored in graphic arts at the University of Buffalo and studied a range of art from Japanese prints to abstract expressionism. He then began a twenty-three year career with the Greater Buffalo Press as a lithographer and later as an art director. In 1979, he began a full-time career in painting.

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Pike
1997, Oil on Board
Thomas Aquinas Daly
United States, 1937 -