Helen and Claus Hoie Charitable Foundation is dedicated to the artworks of Claus Hoie (b. Stavanger, Norway, 1911 - d. East Hampton, NY, 2007).
Hoie came from a Norwegian seafaring family. He is particularly well-known for his paintings relating to the sea, including sailing vessels, 19th century captain’s logs, fish, mammals, and the legend of Moby Dick. He is also known for his paintings inspired by structures in the East Hampton Village Historic District. His studio-residence was located on a tributary of Town Pond in East Hampton, NY.
The Helen and Claus Hoie Charitable Foundation is based in East Hampton, NY.
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