"Duncan Hannah is a New York-based figurative painter who has had 50 solo exhibitions in the United States & England." More here and here. (Splendid!)
One or more of these glorious older Penguins in one's library is, irrespective of its scale, a spontaneously heartening profile to recognise. I have only one, Edith Sitwell's 1930 biography of Alexander Pope, to go with Peter Quennell's and Maynard Mack's - an inconceivably audacious but ennobling undertaking, very properly jacketed in blue which will not fade. But back to Hannah: send me his Jaguar from Mykonos, and I'll trade you an orange from Attiki.