Robert Duncan Biography
For artist Robert Duncan, childhood meant summers
on his mother's family ranch in Western Wyoming. It also meant a grandmother who gave
him his first set of paints and three art lessons. Robert Duncan began painting at the age
of 11. He studied at the University of Utah and worked as a commercial artist before his
full-time dedication to the fine art of the American West. Robert's art education
includes work in Canada with the late CAA artist Robert Lougheed; the study of
European artists in France, Sweden, and Spain; and the work of English artist Alfred
Munnings who is noted for his paintings of horses.
In 1982, Robert Duncan was elected
to membership in the Cowboy Artists of America. In 1987, he resigned from the CAA to devote
more time to painting the things closest to him - his family and the rural lifestyle. He
lives with his wife, Linda and their six children in the little town of Midway in
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