Robert Duncan
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Change in the Air

oil on canvas
22h x 28w in
55.88h x 71.12w cm
$8,000

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Playing in the River

oil on canvas
16h x 20w in
40.64h x 50.80w cm
$4,200

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Summer Wind On The Moor

oil on canvas
24h x 30w in
60.96h x 76.20w cm
$9,500

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Winter Light

oil on canvas
36h x 48w in
91.44h x 121.92w cm
DunR106
$ 32,000

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The Buried Trail

oil on canvas
30h x 40w in
76.20h x 101.60w cm
$22,500

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Vermont Harvest

oil on canvas
24h x 36w in
60.96h x 91.44w cm
$12,000

 

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Young and Strong

oil on canvas
30h x 40w in
76.20h x 101.60w cm
$22,500

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Autumn Passing-SOLD

oil on canvas
11h x 14w in
27.94h x 35.56w cm
SOLD

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A Welcome Sight-SOLD

oil on linen
22h x 28w in
55.88h x 71.12w cm
SOLD

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Along the River Trail-SOLD

oil on canvas
36h x 48w in
91.44h x 121.92w cm
SOLD

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Dusk in the Vallley-SOLD

oil on linen
36h x 48w in
91.44h x 121.92w cm
SOLD

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Following Along-SOLD

oil on canvas
18h x 24w in
45.72h x 60.96w cm
SOLD

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Going to Council-SOLD

oil on canvas
30h x 40w in
76.20h x 101.60w cm
SOLD

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Her Quiet Place-SOLD

oil on linen
28h x 22w in
71.12h x 55.88w cm
SOLD

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Hunting the River Bottoms-SOLD

oil on canvas
22h x 28w in
55.88h x 71.12w cm
SOLD

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Land of the Crow-SOLD

oil on board
22 x 28 in
(55.88h x 71.12w cm)
SOLD

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My Woolly Friends-SOLD

oil on canvas
12h x 16w in
30.48h x 40.64w cm
SOLD

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Out Into the Cold We Will Go-SOLD

oil on canvas
11h x 14w in
27.94h x 35.56w cm
SOLD

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The Frozen Land-SOLD

oil on canvas
24h x 36w in
60.96h x 91.44w cm
SOLD

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The Passing Storm-SOLD

oil on canvas
24h x 30w in
60.96h x 76.20w cm
SOLD

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The Safe Return-SOLD

oil on canvas
30h x 40w in
76.20h x 101.60w cm
SOLD

 

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Through The Pines-SOLD

oil on linen
36h x 48w in
91.44h x 121.92w cm
SOLD

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When the Snow Falls-SOLD

oil on canvas
24 x 36 in
(60.96h x 91.44w cm)
SOLD

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Winter's Coming-SOLD

oil on linen
36h x 48w in
91.44h x 121.92w cm
SOLD

Biography

Robert Duncan, b. 1952, Salt Lake City, Utah, (United States)


Robert Duncan was born and raised in Utah, but spent his childhood summers on his grandfather’s ten thousand acre Wyoming cattle ranch surrounded by beautiful open country.  An aspiring artist from an early age, it was this idyllic childhood that would deeply instill in him a love of nature and rural life that continues to be the central focus of his life and art today.


Robert began painting at the age of 11.  He studied at the University of Utah and worked as a commercial artist before his full-time dedication to fine art.  Robert's art education includes work in Canada with the late CAA artist Robert Lougheed, the study of European artists in France, Sweden, and Spain and the English artist Alfred Munnings.


In 1982 Duncan was the youngest person invited to join the Cowboy Artists of America organization.  During his five-year association with the group, Duncan developed a national following for his oil paintings, mainly historical subject matter. Despite his enormous success with the organization, Duncan resigned in 1987 to devote more time to his increasing passion for painting farm life and nostalgic vignettes of rural America.


Today, Duncan sees his work as a return to old values.  Often painting outside, direct from life, his canvas speaks of family and neighbors, a simple and honest way of life that is in eminent danger of disappearing from the American landscape.  Several trips to Europe have inspired a number of landscapes and pastoral scenes.  Duncan says, “I’m interested in the ways we are all alike and feelings that are universal.  I also paint out of concern that we are losing sight of things that have a profound impact on our souls and well being.  We all need a bit of nature in our lives.”  He adds, “With my art, comes the hope that we might all try to save those things that really matter and leave our children a world where they can still enjoy the simple pleasures.”

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