Norma Bassett Hall


(1888-1957)  A graduate of the Art Institute of Chicago, Norma Bassett Hall reigns from Oregon.  As one of the founding members, and the only woman member, of the Prairie Printmakers, Norma established a reputation exclusively with color prints.  She learned and mastered Asian printing and color techniques to reflect her wide travels from, Kansas farms, Oregon landscapes, European scenes, and New Mexico pueblos.  Norma was a member of Printmakers Society of California; Northwest Printmakers; Prairie Print Makers (Charter Member).

Old Sycamore | SOLD

Sleeping Pueblo - SOLD

Mexican Farm - SOLD

Cottage in Skye | SOLD

Mexican Road | SOLD

Road to the Village - SOLD

A Street in Cordova | SOLD

My Neighbor's House | Sold

Winter Sunset

Home of a Spanish Cobbler

Hyde Park Road

Mountain Pool

Aspen and Spruce