Born in Boston, MA on July 5, 1876, Robert Flint moved from Los Angeles to the Monterey Peninsula in 1927 and bought a home in Carmel.
In that year he was one of the founders of the Carmel Art Ass'n.
He died in San Diego, CA on April 8, 1941. His rare works include desert landscapes of the Palm Springs area.
Exh: Stanford Art Gallery, 1929; Spanish Village Art Center (San Diego), 1940.
Source: Edan Hughes, author of the book "Artists in California, 1786-1940"
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