(1920 - 2007)
Bob F. Kuhn was active/lived in Arizona. Bob Kuhn is known for wildlife painting, magazine illustration.
Selected wildlife painter of the year in 1998 by the Friends of Western
Art in Tucson, Arizona, Robert Kuhn was born in Buffalo, New York in
1920, and was educated at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New
York. He was an illustrator for most of the top outdoor magazines
during the 1940s, 50s, and 60s, and moved on to gallery work in 1970.
A Wildlife Art
article, September 2001, labelled Kuhn as "one of the last direct
descendants from the Golden Age of Illustration...(a period) that
produced the most competent legion of realist painters this continent
has ever known."
In 2001, the National Museum of Wildlife Art in
Jackson, Wyoming held an unprecedented retrospective spanning Kuhn's
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