Frank Hagel

Frank D. Hagel (born December 20, 1933) is an American realist and impressionist painter and sculptor. His artwork depicts Native Americans, trappers, and wildlife of the western American frontier.

For the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial, he completed a corporate commission of a dozen paintings, three of which appeared in Smithsonian magazine's coverage of the Expedition. His paintings, known for their authenticity, are found in private as competently as corporate art collections across the country and some have been agreed for display by the U.S. State Department in American embassies abroad.

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