Robert Lougheed, Previously Sold Artwork

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Pentiction - British Columbia
Robert Lougheed
oil (10x20 in) 1978
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Village of Okanagan Falls
Robert Lougheed
oil (10x20 in) 1977
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Lugtamon Mountain - Jasper
Robert Lougheed
oil (10x20 in) 1972
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La Cinta Crossing
Robert Lougheed
oil (24.75x49.75 in) 1961
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Alaska - Buffalo Fire
Robert Lougheed
oil (12x16 in) 1954
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Proud Northern Mother
Robert Lougheed
oil on panel (19.5x26.5 in) 1954
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Kotzabeau Village, Alaska
Robert Lougheed
oil on panel (12x16 in) 1954
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Second Return from Cedarwoods
Robert Lougheed
oil on panel (8x10 in) 1945
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Winter Harvest, Lake St. Francis, PQ
Robert Lougheed
oil (29x36 in) 1944
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St Rose, Quebec
Robert Lougheed
oil on panel (12x16 in) 1944
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Spring Snows
Robert Lougheed
oil (8x10 in) 1940
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Buffalo Sunset
Robert Lougheed
oil (12x16 in) 1940
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Pilot Mountain
Robert Lougheed
oil on canvas (32x24 in) 1940
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The Black Colt
Robert Lougheed
oil (14x18 in) 1939
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Wintering on the Ridge, Quebec
Robert Lougheed
oil (22x28 inch) 1938
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Quebec Farm
Robert Lougheed
oil on panel (8x10 in) 1938
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The Hillside Home
Robert Lougheed
oil on panel (10x12 in) 1938
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Robert Lougheed

(1910 - 1982)

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Lougheed was born in Ontario, Canada in 1910. He received his art education at the Ontario College of Art and at Ecole des Beaux Arts in Montreal and was known to have studied under DuMond and Cornwell.

The artist worked as an illustrator for the Toronto Star, National Geographic, and Reader's Digest. He designed Mobil's "flying red horse" logo and was commissioned by the US Post Office to design the six cent buffalo stamp for the Wildlife Conservation Series. He helped to form the National Academy of Western Art at the Phoenix Art Museum in Arizona. He also taught and mentored many of today's finest wilderness artists.Lougheed was awarded the Western Heritage Award in 1966 and gold medals for painting by the National Cowboy Hall of Fame in 1969 and 1972. His work can presently be viewed at the Cowboy Hall of Fame. Robert Lougheed was an easel painter and always painted as well as taught his pupils to paint directly from nature. He died in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1982.

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