(1910 - 1982)
Robert Elmer Lougheed was active/lived in Connecticut, New Mexico / Canada. Robert Lougheed is known for western genre, landscape and horse painting.
Robert Lougheed, who came to be known as "the painter's painter," was born and raised on a farm in Ontario, Canada. As a young child, Bob spent hours on the farm sketching animals and wildlife. After contemplating a career as a professional hockey player, he decided to become an artist. He moved to Toronto to work as a newspaper illustrator, while studying at night at the Ontario College of Art. At the age of 25 Bob began a life-long friendship with another illustrator named John Clymer. It was Clymer who convinced Bob to move to New York, where he studied under Frank Vincent Dumond at the famed Arts Students League. He continued working for thirty years as an illustrator and his work appeared in magazines such as National Geographic, S ... Displaying 750 of 11682 characters.