Reminiscent of the great American landscape artists of the 19th century, Hannock’s paintings are contemporary postmodern expressions of this traditional and romantic genre. With his astute attention to light and atmosphere, Hannock reveals the influences of the 19th-century Hudson River School and the Luminist Movement. These influences provide for canvases rich in color and dramatic light. Hannock’s portrayals of landscape and nocturnes are further intensified by his process-oriented polished oil on canvas technique. Hannock is an accomplished artist with works in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, and the National Museum of American Art.