“Art... I don't pretend to understand it. I'm just a slave to it.”
- William Dunlap
The American landscape, its flora and fauna are essential elements in the work of William Dunlap. He calls what he does hypothetical realism. "The places and situations I paint aren't real,
but they could be.”
Rich windswept skies and his grandfather’s foxhounds quickly identify many of his works. But whatever the individual scene or captured elements, all his work shows the artists clarity of purpose and passion for his creative process.