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R. Hinshelwood (Born 1812 – Died 1879) was an artist who was active and lived in New York and Scotland. He’s known for etching and engraving and for landscape painting. Hinshelwood emigrated from England to America around 1835, and he worked for publishing houses including Harpershe and also worked for Continental Bank Note Company as bank note engraver. His work can be found in many publications including Art Journal, 1876; and Ladies Garland, 1849. His ceaseless work ethic and discipline strongly influenced many artists. He believed that a painting needs to have balance, rhythm, harmony, a spark of magic and life. His art is widely represented in private, corporate and museum collections throughout the US and overseas. He chose to create paintings that are non-objective because he found them sincere and gratifying. His art came to life through various combined elements of art and sometimes a little bit of magic.

The artist sought a balance of an order and energy, among chaos. He continuously gave and took that swing between the breaking point and equilibrium. In his art, drawn lines, a splashes of color, and patterns, all fuse into a captivating visual language. To him, a great deal of fearless trust is required in the exploration of non-objective abstraction. Creating something from scratches and nurturing its conversion into a piece that is full of color, intrigue and energy was his main objective. Hinshelwood’s art has been included in numerous public installations and corporate collections through out the country. He worked directly with corporate art consultants and designers to help place his original art in site specific locations.
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