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Robert Douglas Hunter, American artist. Trustee Cape Museum of Art, Dennis, Massachusetts, since 1991. With United States Marine Corps Reserve, 1946-1947. Master American Society Classical Realism; member Copley Society (board directors 1994-1997), Provincetown Art Association, Guild Boston Artists (past president).

Background

Hunter, Robert Douglas was born on March 17, 1928 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of George Irvin and Hazel Francis (Costa) Hunter.

Education

Diploma, Vesper George School Art, 1949.

Career

Instructor Vesper George School Art, Boston, 1950-1983, Worcester (Massachusetts) Museum Fine Arts, 1965-1975, Mount Ida Junior College, 1978.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • One man shows include Shore Studio Galleries, Boston, 1956, 61, Seattle Museum Fine Arts, 1959, Tacoma Museum Fine Art, 1959, Sacramento (Washington) Museum Fine Arts, 1959, Maryhill (Washington) Museum Fine Arts, 1959, Philadelphia Art Alliance, 1962, 67, 71, 74, Andover (Massachusetts) Gallery, 1970, Orleans (Massachusetts) Art Gallery, 1967, 68, Trees Place Gallery, Orleans, 1991, 96, 97, J. Todd Gallery, 1993, 95, 98, The Heritage Plantation Museum, Sandwich, Massachusetts, 1997, The Zantman Gallery, Carmel, California, 1998, The Maryhill Museum of Art, Goldendale, Washington, 1998. Exhibited in group shows at Salmagundi Club, New York City, Worcester (Massachusetts) Art Museum, others. Represented in permanent collections at Maryhill Museum, Goldendale, Washington, Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, Virginia, others.

Membership

Trustee Cape Museum of Art, Dennis, Massachusetts, since 1991. With United States Marine Corps Reserve, 1946-1947. Master American Society Classical Realism.

Member Copley Society (board directors 1994-1997), Provincetown Art Association, Guild Boston Artists (past president).

Connections

Married Elizabeth Ives Valsam, October 12, 1968. 3 children.

father:
George Irvin Hunter

mother:
Hazel Francis (Costa) Hunter

spouse:
Elizabeth Ives Valsam