Born and raised in the Bronx, Daniel Hauben is a landscape painter whose landscapes are the streets of the Bronx. Hauben has spent 25 years painting en plein air, capturing the borough’s urban environment. He graduated from the School of Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA and received a BFA from the School of Visual Arts, NY. Hauben’s paintings are in the collections of the Museum of the City of NY, the Henry Luce Jr. New York Historical Society, NY, and the Villa Haiss Museum, Germany, among others. His work has been presented in solo exhibitions including the Wave Hill Gallery, NY, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, NY, and the Michael Ingbar Gallery, NY, among others. Group shows include Out Looking In, In Looking Out – Urbanism, NYC, The Painting Center, NYC; Bronx Bound, Lehman College Art Gallery, NY; Impressions of New York, NY Historical Society, NY; and New York Inspired, John Szoke Gallery, NY; among many others. An avid traveler, Hauben has painted outdoors in Spain, Italy, Germany, Denmark, Austria, Hungary, France, Southern India and Costa Rica, as well as New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Virginia and California.