Paintings recently mentioned in “From Detroit to Harlem: The Butcher’s Daughter” an article in Art Hopper magazine.

Hatfield’s A Death Blow is a Life Blow to Some depicts muscular arms prying open a lion’s mouth while releasing a flood of pink roses that float in space towards the viewer. The tension in the allegory provides an attraction that gives the viewer pause to dissect its meaning.

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Full article.
The Butcher’s Daughter