Trying to find if possible Angelique Cucaro.
Trying to find The Daughter of Pascal Cucaro. I believe her name is Angelique Cucaro.We have two Beautiful paintings by her father i think she would like to have.My # 818-231-0803 Larry,If she would like to talk to me.
Interested in more information about the artist. The painting I have is quite small, blue background with oriental figures. Thanks
I have a Cucaro painted yardstick of people in the rain with umbrellas that I bought from Pascal in 1988. Any information/value would be appreciated. Willing to sell.
Curious about a small signed Cucaro I purchased in Honolulu in 1970. It is of daughter, Angelique. I also have a small book of some of his collections at the time which he signed and did a free lance drawing in also. Can you give me any information on these pieces? Will be glad to take pictures and e-mail.
5 clowns 4 in w x 17 in h
my wife and i bargined with him in a restraunt in sausalito for the piece he incluled a paper backed book that showed his self portrait on the front the book showed many works and where they hung in museums and also his life story. this took place in 1984 +or-
Info on painting
I have an oil painting signed "Cucaro" probably purchased around 1975 in LA area. It depicts flowers against abstracted field. 16" x 19".
Any info will be appreciated.
Feel free to email.
info on pastel painting
i have a cucaro water color painting of san francisco with golden gate bride, coit tower, and cable car, sail boats, and cory gallery all in picture it is signed in upper left corner, any info on this water color would be appreciated. thanks
I wrote my M.A. thesis on the California modernists. I would be happy to answer any questions about Pascal Cucaro's work. Feel free to email me
info on painting
I have a Cucaro, I think. It was bought at Cory Gallery in San Francisco in 1969. It is 16x28, titled " Troller" and signed on the bottom left corner. Info on this would be great>
I have a Cucaro Original I think. It is signed by the artist. Date looks like 1970.Seems to be a girl with her hair up. #.924A 087107 Thats on the card board frame.Please someone tell me about this art. Thanks JUNE
A friend bought an orginal from Cucaro back in the 1950's...It's a painting of what appears to be somewhere in Italy...a bridge...with a domed cathedral behind..and what appears to be like the colluseum on the right. Funny, but she only paid $15 for the painting..with Cucarao signed on the right...can you tell me about this?
Richard A. Hunt
I was acquainted with Pat in the early 90's. I was in my early twenties and had ended up in Sausalito (where I still live).
He was hanging out across from the Venice Deli selling as many of his painted rulers as he could. I fetched egg yolk for him to mix with paint on one occasion. I have a dozen paper plates he painted and signed. And I have two 10"x14" acrlics of people on a beaches. He was a neat guy. I'd never sell my stuff.
cucaro the artist
I have obtained a unique piece of cucaro art. It is a painting he painted on a piece of paper with oil? and water color folded it in half and has written a note to a man named Ray. he singed it Pat,Kitty and Angelique cucaro. May 21, 1980 from SanSolito, Ca. any interest or feedback would be appreciated. photos are available on demand, Monique
Hello all. I recently inherited an original Cucaro painting. I believe it is a street scene in Paris. My folks bought (?) it in the early 1950's. I'm curious about the painting. I'd be happy to send a photograph of it to anyone who is interested. Thanks!
In response to michele jacobs inguiry dated 2/3/07. while moving I unearthed some art from the closet. I also have a painting titled "people" which I have had since the late 70's. It has the date 1959 written on it and the name of a possible previous owner. The colors are grey,white and black!
Does anyone know about Pascal Cucaro's earlier painting titled "The People", people congregated under the sunset. It's crimson red. My mother bought it in a gallery in San Fran in 1970 but can't remember the name of the gallery.
I came from a aution at Ohio State University that had a Cucaro piece titled "Athens". I recognized the name of the artist as I bought a portrait by him in Palm Springs, CA in April of 2000. It's an 8"by10" 'martianistic' profile of a name with an irregular shaped head, with a red collar. Any one know anything about it?
Cucaro paintings from Hawaii
If you have any info about Cucaro in Hawaii I would appreciate it. I have several paintings I purchased there over 20 years ago. One painting is of eight horses running free range. I often wonder if the painting was done on the Big Island on the Parker Ranch.
Help w/ a Cucaro painting
Could someone help me with a Cucaro that I picked up. It's approx 1.5x24 in and has 19 multied coloured horseman on it. Any help would be great
RE: MOLLY BROWN
Cucaro is noted for having "GHOST-PAINTERS". I was lucky enough to part with a 3-piece set at online auction. Most dealers won't touch him. VERY PROLIFIC.
I have a big (54"x35") oil by Cucaro. The story goes that my uncle was at the Iron Pot in the late 50's and purchased this huge painting for the cost of dinner. He proceeded to roll it up and bring it down the coast to LA in his convertible. My grandfather's business was framing fine art (among other things) and he put it in a beautiful frame. It's been in the family all these years. It is a picture of a street in San Francisco, complete with a trolley and a "chinese looking" building, as well as a lady walking wind-blown.
I have been looking to find as much information as possible to do a book on Cucaro, IM looking for entries of art that others would like to share from their collections. Any stories, pictures of your art would be appreciated.
The Artist: Pascal Cucaro S.F.
please any current information on Pascal Cucaro is most appreciated.. I find that I am really drawn to him, his art and want to know more...
Mario Cannizaro Jr.
Pascal’s old stomping ground
My father was the original owner of the Iron Pot. He still to this day tells me about all of the artists who would come in after dinner had ended to display their art. Of all of the artists he named, the one he spoke of the most was Pascal Cucaro. My father always called him Pat. He would tell me how he was so meticulous of how his paintings were displayed for sale. How diligent he was to create more exciting pieces. And how both him and Ferguson (Fergy my father called her) would both be they’re displaying art and enjoying the atmosphere. My father said of Pat, “he was a good fun character and his art was very popular”. Pat’s work is a real part of San Francisco history.
Mario Cannizzaro Jr.