Robert Lohman (1919-2001), portrait and figure sculptor and painter, worked in a variety of media including wood, plaster, oil paint, watercolor, ceramics and bronze. He studied at John Herron Art Institute and Cranbrook and Yale for graduate work. He assisted Carl Milles at Cranbrook Academy before becoming Director of Fine Arts there from 1947-49. He also taught at Washington University in St. Louis and the Indianapolis Art League for 10 years.
Teachers include Maija Grotell and Gaetano Cecere. Among his many accomplishments as an artist, he designed the medal for the Indy 500 Pacemaker Club, 1965, and the medal to represent the US at the Exposition Internationale de la Medaille in Athens, 1966.
This 1975 work by Lohman is a textural and thought provoking piece that is unframed on board. It measures 24" x 34" and is in excellent condition. It is signed and dated on the upper right corner.
Beautiful, early watercolor by iconic Charlottesville, VA artist, Ted Turner. Work depicts a Virginia coastal scene where Turner frequently vacationed and painted. Shows lovely and bold color. Watercolor is unframed...
Beautiful, early watercolor by iconic Charlottesville, VA artist, Ted Turner. Work depicts Virginia Beach scene where Turner frequently vacationed and painted. Shows lovely and bold color. Watercolor is unframed and...
Bold and thought provoking example of artist of note, Elliott Twery's work. "...Star" dates to the early 1980s and features Twery's trademark bold palette and is part of a night...