Frick O.Robert (american 1920-1997) “swiss Landscap
Frick O.Robert (American 1920-1997) “Swiss Landscape” Oil on canvas
Robert Oliver FRICK (1920-1997)
Perhaps best known for his rural New England landscapes, Robert Oliver Frick carefully studied and depicted the seacoast of Maine as well. He received such notable recognition as listings in "Men of Achievement", Great Britain's "Who's Who" in the World of Art," and the "International Biographical Index, Cambridge, England.
His works are in numerous corporate collections as well as the private collections of Laurence S. Rockefeller, Morris Udall, Donald Teague, and Marius Boivin, the Agricultural minister of the Government of Quebec.
His work is also in the permanent collection of the Southern Vermont Artists, Inc. and the Salmagundi Club, New York City. Awards include 1976 Kenneth Fitch Award; the 1979 Abe Sharpe Foundation Award, Salmagundi Club, New York; the 1979 Knickerbocker Artists of America Award, Knickerbocker Artists, Inc., New York; and the 1980 Salmagundi Prize at the Grand National Exhibition of the American Artists Professional League, New York.
Unit Dimensions: 24x30