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Robert E. Wood 1926 - 1999
Robert E Wood at his easel

After World War II, Robert studied watercolor painting and was influenced by Rex Brandt and Phil Dike. He exhibited his works mostly in Southern California, paintings done near Claremont. He enjoyed doing harbor scenes in Corona del Mar and Newport Beach.

By the 1960's, he was recognized as one of the best of the California Watercolorists who came along after World War II. He most often worked with transparent colors but frequenly added opaque colors if the added to a particular work.

Robert was active in the watercolor world, participating in the American Watercolor Society, the California Watercolor Society and the West Coast Watercolor Society. Source: Robert E. Wood Online Tribute


Robert E Wood with Watercolor Artist Ralph Hulett and others
California Watercolor Society Meeting in 1965,
left to right, Gerald Brommer, Ralph Hulett, Jae Carmichael, Robert E. Wood and Keith Crown
... courtesy of CaliforniaWatercolor.com

Robert E Wood Tropical Jewel
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Robert E Wood Ranchhands at Dusk
Ranch Hands at Dusk
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