Hagege said about his art: “I am really proud and feel very thankful that I get to do what I love.”
Hagege at work
Logan Maxwell Hagege was born in 1980 in Los Angeles, Ca.
He studied at Associates in Art and at the Academy`s Advanced Masters Program.
He mentored with Steve Huston and Joseph Mendez.
Hagege is a recognized member of The Society of American Artists,
The Oil Painters of America and a Mentor Member of the California Art Club.
He explains his art, "If I could put feelings into words I would be a poet. But I am a painter and express feelings through pigment."
Logan Maxwell Hagege Highest Auction Prices
"Breaking Through the Storm" Price: $234,000
"The Rising Clouds" Price: $187,200
"Before the Cold Winds Come" (2016) Price: $95,200
"Desert Meeting" Price: $58,500
"On the Mesa" Price: $58,500
"Winding Down" Price: $58,500
"Sunlight and Sage" (2015) Price: $47,600
"Across These Endless Skies" Price: $46,800
"The Sun Must Set to Rise Again" Price: $46,800
"Stance" Price: $40,250
"Drifting on By" (2016) Price: $38,680
"Steady They Walk" Price: $32,180
"The Mesa Shadows" Price: $32,180
Logan Maxwell Hagege Museum Collections:
Autry National Center, Los Angeles, CA
Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art
Booth Western Art Museum
Briscoe Western Art Museum
Coors Western Art Show
Museum of the American West: Autry National Center
National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
Logan Maxwell Hagege Exhibitions:
Autry National Center, Masters of the American West, Los Angeles, CA, 2013,2014
Briscoe Western Art Museum, Night of Artists, TX, 2013,2014
Eiteljorg Museum, Quest for the West, Indianapolis, IN, 2013
National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, Prix de West, , Oklahoma City, OK, 2014
Phoenix Art Museum, The West Select, Phoenix, AZ, 2013
Fine Art prices have risen steadily. Please contact the Gallery for the latest prices and current inventory.
Parsons does not offer Logan Maxwell Hagege prints, because no print can compare to the real paintings.
Parsons invites you to visit the Galleries to see the unmatched beauty of the real art.
by Robert Parsons
and Ashley Rolshoven