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"Have a heart that never hardens, and a temper that never tires, and a touch that never hurts. "
- Charles Dickens
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Afternoon Chat
Hatfield, Don
20 x 16
Serigraph w/Hand Separated Colors on Coventry Paper, Numbered and Hand Signed
Your Price - $295.00
Retail Price - $3,000.00
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Clam Digging - Exclusively Produced for Princess Cruise Lines
Hatfield, Don
20 x 20
Offset Lithograph on Quality art Paper - ONE AVAILABLE
Your Price - $195.00
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Day Dreaming
Hatfield, Don

Multiple Print Types Available

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Family Reunion
Hatfield, Don
29.5 x 44.5
Serigraph w/Hand Separated Colors on Coventry Paper, Numbered and Hand Signed, 1 Available
Your Price - $295.00
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First Picnic
Hatfield, Don
29 x 24
Offset Lithograph on Quality Art Paper, Produced for Princess Cruise Lines
Your Price - $295.00
Retail Price - $3,000.00
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Flute Players
Hatfield, Don
30.5 X 37.5 (with border), 24.5 X 32 (image)
Serigraph w/Hand Separated Colors on Coventry Paper, Numbered and Hand Signed
Your Price - $495.00
Retail Price - $3,000.00
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Flying Kites
Hatfield, Don
29.5 X 37 (with border), 24 X 32 (image)
Serigraph w/Hand Separated Colors on Coventry Paper, Numbered and Hand Signed
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Gentle Touch
Hatfield, Don
29.5 X 41 (border), 24 X 36 (image)
Serigraph w/Hand Separated Colors on Coventry Paper, Numbered and Hand Signed
Your Price - $250.00
Retail Price - $3,000.00
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On The Beach
Hatfield, Don
20 X 20 with border. 16 X 16 (image)
SOLD OUT Offset Lithograph, PC Edition, on Paper, Numbered and Hand Signed
Your Price - $225.00
Retail Price - $1,200.00
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Pastels at Noon
Hatfield, Don
24 x 36
Serigraph on Coventry Paper, Numbered and Hand Signed, 1 Available
SOLD
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Artist Don Hatfield Biography

Don Hatfield, who lives in Napa, California, first became involved in art while a graduate student in divinity at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California, in the late 1960s and early '70s.

Charles Cross, the portrait painter, had a studio nearby, and Hatfield would often go to ...
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