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 Robert Martin Rasmussen  (1875 - 1966)

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Lived/Active: Indiana / Denmark      Known for: Portrait painting

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Robert Martin Rasmussen was a portraitist active in the Louisville area from the years just before World War I through the 1930s.  He was involved in the Louisville Artists' League, serving as secretary-treasurer in 1914 and 1916.  The league was formed in 1910 to promote area artists through an annual public exhibition.  The list of members reads like a Who's Who of Louisville artists of the time.  Among them were J.B. Alberts Jr., Alice Cane, George Lee, Frank Robbins, Nellie Schanzenbacher, Frederick Weygold and Charles Sneed Williams.  Representing the Wonderland Way side of things were Harvey Joiner, Ferdinand Walker and Paul Plaschke.

Rasmussen listed himself in the Louisville City Directory as an artist in 1916-1917 and 1920-1922, with two locations given as studios.  He showed in the 1933 No-Jury Exhibition of Fine and Practical Arts by Louisville Artists, the 1934 No-Jury Exhibition of Fine and Practical Arts by Kentucky and Southern Indiana Artists and the 1935 No-Jury Exhibition of Fine and Practical Arts by Kentucky and Southern Indiana Artists, all at the Speed Art Museum.

Rasmussen earned his living as an optician and was the secretary-treasurer of the Kentucky Optical Association in 1914.

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