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Continued: Wildlife art by Minnesota's Hautman brothers shown in Wayzata

  • Article by: MARY ABBE , Star Tribune
  • Last update: October 11, 2013 - 12:41 AM

Mary Abbe is the Star Tribune visual art critic/art news reporter.



 

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  • From left, brothers Joe, Jim and Robert Hautman stand in a gallery filled with their work at the Minnetonka Center for the Arts.

  • Reminiscent of an earlier work by the Hautman brothers’ father, Robert Hautman’s “Big Water Canvasbacks” is a fine example of the family’s romantic vision of wildlife.

  • “Distinguishing the work of one brother from another is a trick probably only they can do, but at its best their art is mesmerizing,” writes Star Tribune art critic Mary Abbe. “Blue Jay Pair,” above left, represents the work of Joe Hautman. “Grizzly Country,” above right, was painted by Jim Hautman.

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