Conrad Moulton Art

My father, Conrad Moulton, attended Parson’s School of Design in New York in the early 1940s where he completed a four-year program in just two years. He became a well-known and celebrated illustrator while working as a freelance artist in NYC for nearly four decades during the print advertising boom. He was a member of

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Painting with Pain

Painting everyday, all day, for the past 10 yrs has really taken it’s toll on me physically. Whether it is my vision, back, arms, hands, knees, etc…. my commitment to producing as much work as possible is starting to show up on my body. (and there may be a touch of getting older involved too

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Paintings in Progress

Currently working on 5-6 new paintings. One is a great, classic Chicago scene of the LaSalle St Bridge and river. I also have a commissioned 32″ x 60″ canvas painting of the Chicago skyline from the Adler Planetarium almost finished. There is a watercolor of the flower shop A New Leaf in progress along with

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