Logan Maxwell Hagage ( b. 1980 )

Featured Work

Pale Texas Landscape | 20 x 25 | oil on canvas | contact gallery

Leading to Balsam Firs, 2001 | 19 x 13 | oil on canvas | contact gallery

Buffalo, 1956 | 16 x 20 x 10 | bronze | contact gallery

San Juan Pueblo Pots | 20 x 30 | oil on canvas | contact gallery

Color in the Forest, 2004 | 40 x 30 | oil on canvas | contact gallery

Mountain Goats, 2004 | 20 x 24 | oil on canvas | contact gallery

White Man's Corn Tipis, 1993 | 14 x 12 | oil on board | contact gallery

The Water Hole | 22 x 34 | charcoal and pencil on paper | contact gallery

Sik Sik Shell Game | 23 x 21 x 15 | bronze, ed. 25/30 | contact gallery

Touching the Clouds, 2002 | 82.5 x 68 x 46 | bronze, ed. 4/5 | contact gallery

Land of the Brush Poppers, 1980 | 36 x 48 | oil on board | contact gallery

Texas Pointers, 1979 | 20 x 30 | oil on board | contact gallery

Mallards | 24 x 30 | oil on canvas | contact gallery

Ducks in Flight | 12 x 16 | oil on board | contact gallery

Deer | 10 x 12.5 | lithograph on paper | contact gallery

North American Game with Guns in Texas Landscape | 4 x 26.5 | oil on masonite board | contact gallery

Offering to the Sun, 2012 | 12.5 x 42 x 14.5 | bronze, ed. 13/15 | contact gallery

If Thoughts Could Kill, 1981 | 13 x 16 x 10 | bronze, Ed. 13/15 | contact gallery

Windbreak, 2013 | 30 x 24 | oil on linen | contact gallery

Warriors of Winter, 2006 | 40 x 30 | oil on linen | contact gallery

Trailblazer | 44 x 34.5 | oil on canvas | contact gallery

The Chase, 2021 | 17.5 x 22.5 | oil on canvas | contact gallery

Lone Scout | 34 x 35 | oil on canvas | contact gallery

Keeper of the Plains, 2020 | 31 x 26 | oil on canvas | contact gallery

Palo Dura Icons | 18 x 36 | oil on canvas | contact gallery

Pheasants, 1989 | 24 x 18 | oil on canvas | contact gallery

Bob Whites | 12 x 9 | oil on canvas | contact gallery

Oracle of the Buffalo Nation, 2021 | 30 x 20 | oil on canvas | contact gallery

Honeymoon at Crow Fair, 2012 | 25.5 x 17 x 8 | bronze, ed. 19/20 | contact gallery

Crazy Horse, 2020 | 27 x 18 x 13 | bronze, ed. 19/20 | contact gallery

Where Eagles Fly, 1995 | 36 x 48 | oil on canvas | contact gallery

Land of Good Beaver, 2004 | 30 x 46 | oil on canvas | contact gallery

Cheyenne at Sunset, 2002 | 28 x 40 | oil on canvas | contact gallery

Watching the Herd | 26 x 38 | oil on canvas | contact gallery

The Colorado | 40 x 60 | oil on canvas | contact gallery

A Bad Throw, 1960 | 25 x 30 | oil on board | contact gallery

New Mounts for Spring | 20 x 16 | oil on canvas | contact gallery

Harvard Book Shop | 16 x 12 | oil on board | contact gallery

West Texas Landscape, 1887 | 6 x 10.5 | pastel on paper | contact gallery

Palo Duro Canyon with Longhorns | 3 x 7 | pastel on paper | contact gallery

Thunderheads, 2021 | 12 x 16 | oil on linen board | contact gallery

Dancing Bloom, 2021 | 15.25 x 13.875 | oil on linen board | contact gallery

Leopard | 9 x 16 | oil on canvas | contact gallery

The Forewarning, 2003 | 20 x 29 | watercolor on paper | contact gallery

The Lookout | 8 x 15 | watercolor on paper | contact gallery

Cattle Country | 20 x 24 | oil on board | contact gallery

The Fence Rider, 1958 | 16 x 20 | oil on board | contact gallery

North Country, 1991 | 21.5 x 24 | acrylic on board | contact gallery

Poplars, Logan Utah, 1929 | 28 x 20 | oil on board | contact gallery

Bio

Logan Hagege is considered as one of the rising young stars in the world of Western art.  Known for his vibrant colors and geometric shapes, he has blended modernist techniques, such as geometric forms,  while at the same time, portraying his subjects in a strong and welll defined realist manner.

Trained classicly in a Los Angeles atelier, Hagege followed a rigorous program of instruction that involved painting for up to six hours a day.  He also studied privately with two well regarded art instructors; Joseph Mendez and Steve Huston.  At the age of 35, Hagege has already had his work acquired by such renowned institutions as: The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, the Autry National Center, the Booth Museum of Western Art, and the Briscoe Western Art Museum.