Arthur Earl Haddock, Western Artist
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Arthur Earl Haddock was an American painter. Haddock was born in California and ultimately settled in Santa Fe. Haddock met and befriended Maynard Dixon in 1914 and became Dixon’s mentee. Most of the Haddock’s art instruction came from Dixon.
Arthur Earl Haddock (1895-1980) showed his work only occasionally, while earning his living first as a railroad employee and then as a framer. He kept most of his paintings. When he died, his home contained hundreds of his works. He is known primarily for creating desert landscapes.