Frontier genre artist Hugh Cabot was born in 1930 in Boston, Massachusetts. After studying art at multiple universities, including Mexico College, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, and Oxford University, painter Hugh Cabot became the official Navy combat artist during the Korean War. His portraits of soldiers, both American and Korean, depict injuries U.S. troops sustained in battle, or surrendering Korean troops.
Artist Hugh Cabot also did work for magazines and newspapers as an illustrator early in his career. Hugh Cabot figural paintings for sale showcase his skill in painting southwestern frontier imagery. His subjects include rugged cowboys, prospectors on mules, Native Americans in traditional attire, mountaineers, and stallions rearing or bucking riders. In his final years, he maintained a studio in Arizona. Search extraordinary genre-paintings by many artists for sale online to fit any decorating style.
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