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 Phil Renaud  (1934 - 2011)

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Lived/Active: Illinois      Known for: illustrator, figure, genre

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Phillip Renaud (1934-2011)

A visual artist and teacher in Chicago, Illinois, Renaud was born in Edmonton, Canada but left for Chicago as a teenager.  He studied at the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts and then moved to Southern California, where he earned a Bachelor of Professional Arts from the Art Center College of Design.

Returning to Chicago, he worked as a freelance illustrator and painter for clients, including Playboy magazine.  He taught at the Palette & Chisel Academy of Fine Arts, the Illinois Institute of Art, the Academy of Fine Arts and the Old Town Triangle Association, all in Chicago.

He exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago, the John Hancock Center and the Milwaukee Art Museum.  He directed the U.S. Air Force art program for years, flying around the world and contributing close to 20 of his works for display at the Pentagon.

Phillip Reanud died of liver cancer on June 27, 2011 at Swedish Covenant Hospital in Chicago.

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Obituary. Chicago Tribune, September 8, 2011
Information provided by Gene Meier

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