Julian Burroughs Hatton III is an American landscape abstract artist from New York City whose paintings have appeared in galleries in the United States and France. The New York Times described his painting style as "vibrant, playful, semi-abstract landscapes" while New York Sun art critic John Goodrich compared him to French painter Bonnard. Hatton's abstract landscapes have been compared to paintings by Arthur Dove and Georgia O'Keeffe because of his "unbridled adore of pure, hot color" similar to Gauguin and the Fauves, according to critic Ann Landi of ARTnews. Hatton's vision is of "a flora and fauna that you can literally eat once your eyes, eye candy transposed onto the whole world," according to critic Joel Silverstein. Hatton lives and works in New York City.