(1871 - 1970)
Robert Ottokar Lindneux was active/lived in Colorado. Robert Lindneux is known for frontier genre, portrait, animal.
Orphaned at an early age, Robert Lindneux was tutored privately in New York at the expense of an aunt. At the age of nine, his training in art began and at sixteen, the young artist traveled to Europe for further art instruction. While abroad, Lindneux studied at the National Academy in Düsseldorf, Germany, under Vautier; with Mokacsy at École des Beaux-Arts in Paris; and with Franz Stuck at the Academy in Munich.
Lindneux saw Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West Show in Paris in 1892. Robert met Cody and within a short period of time also met and befriended Rosa Bonheur. Lindneux admired Bonheur's full-length portrait of Buffalo Bill and was inspired to travel west.
Lindneux returned to the United States in 1893 with a plan to head ... Displaying 750 of 2268 characters.