George A. Hayes
American, active c. 1870/1885
Not much information about this artist has yet been discovered, except that which can be derived from a painting called "Bare Knuckles", that was found in New York and bears his signature. From this single painting, Hayes may be identified as a primitive, for his use of flat colors, and his insistence on minute detail (every polka dot, every shoe eyelet, and every link in each watch chain is carefully depicted). Hayes attempted to show everything and everyone present at the scene.
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