Robert Duncan.


Robert Duncan was born in Utah and began painting at age eleven. He spent summers as a boy on his grandparents' 
ranch in Wyoming where his grandmother gave him his first set of oil paints. It was there that he grew to love the country, 
the open spaces, and the rural lifestyle. Robert has painted professionally for about 25 years. He studied at the University of
Utah and worked as a commercial artist before his full-time dedication to the fine art of the American West. Robert was 
elected into the Cowboy Artists of America at a young age and won two silver medals in their annual exhibition at the 
Phoenix Art Museum - a dream come true. Robert, his wife Linda, their six children, and a lively assortment of farm animals 
live in the little town of Midway in Northern Utah.

"I decided years ago to paint the things that I cared most about. That decision has brought me a lot of joy and satisfaction 
and I'm especially grateful that my family has been such an important part of all of this." "I grew up in the suburbs, but 
every chance I got, I would sneak out to nearby fields to watch the birds or play in the creek, and the summers I spent on 
my granddad's ranch really taught me how much we all need Nature in our lives. But change is all around us. The family 
farm is disappearing at an alarming rate. Development and sprawl cover fertile fields by the minute. I want my grandchildren 
to be able to walk through a field and hear a meadowlark call. We don't all have to live on a farm, but to pass by and see the 
cows grazing or just to know that there are wild places being kept wild makes our lives better. Ina way, my paintings are a 
call to think about the things that have touched our lives and hope that we might all be willing to do our part to save these 
things for future generations."

Walk with Maya

Anika and Cows

Beautiful Blondes

Good Memories

Winter Games

Dinner Calling


The Best Days

Spring Morning

The Canyon


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Robert Duncan Studios 2010
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