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  • Robert Arnold Chuey

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    Art Brokerage: Robert Arnold Chuey American Artist: b. 1921-1977. Robert Arnold Chuey was born in Barberton, Ohio in 1921. He studied art in Los Angeles, California at the Art Center School (1945-46); the Los Angeles County Art Institute (1947-49); and the Jepson Art Institute (1949-52) with Rico Lebrun, Howard Warshaw, and Bill Brice. During the 1950s and '60s, Chuey had over ten one-man one-man shows in Southern California, six of them taking place at the Frank Perls Gallery in Bevery Hills, and two at the Fleisher-Anhalt Gallery in Los Angeles, CA. His first show, in 1951, of still lifes with kitchen utensils was extremely successful, and Chuey became known for his "pots and pans" paintings. By the late 50s, his work was mostly comprised of broadly painted landscapes. He continued to explore and develop his work into abstractions of landscapes and figures. Paintings by Robert Chuey were shown at the Los Angeles County Museum in several exhibitions from 1949 through 1960, the De Young Memorial Museum in San Francisco, the Carnegie Institute in Pittsburgh (1953), the California Palace of the Legion of Honor (1952), the Sao Paulo Brazil Biennale (1955), and other exhibitions of contemporary art around the country. Chuey was also included in the 1951 Newcomer Show at the Downtown Gallery in New York. In 1957, the Santa Barbara Museum of Art accorded Robert Chuey a one-man show. Listings wanted.

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