Edward Cucuel  (American, 1879-1954) 

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Edward Cucuel, At the Water's Edge

 

Edward Cucuel
At the Water's Edge
M.S. Rau Antiques
Edward Cucuel, Woman with Flowers

 

Edward Cucuel
Woman with Flowers
Madron LLC
Edward Cucuel, Jeune Femme dans le Parc

 

Edward Cucuel
Jeune Femme dans le Parc
A.J. Kollar Fine Paintings, LLC
Edward Cucuel, By the Water's Edge

 

Edward Cucuel
By the Water's Edge
Willow Gallery
Edward Cucuel, Nach der Regatta

 

Edward Cucuel
Nach der Regatta
circa 1920

Kovacek & Zetter GmbH
 
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Edward Cucuel, Elegant gekleidete Dame steigt aus einem Nachen aus. Uferstück am Starnberger See

 

Edward Cucuel
Elegant gekleidete Dame steigt aus einem Nachen aus. Uferstück am Starnberger See, 2013
oil on canvas

 

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Edward Cucuel, Portrait of a Young Woman

 

Edward Cucuel
Portrait of a Young Woman, 1930
oil on artist board

 

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Edward Cucuel, Lady in a Deck Chair

 

Edward Cucuel
Lady in a Deck Chair, 1929
oil on canvas

 

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  Edward Cucuel was an American modern illustrator and landscape painter. Born in San Francisco, he attended the local academy of arts at the early age of 14. After a short time working as an illustrator at the newspaper ‘The Examiner’, he went to Paris. There he entered the Academie Julian and Colarossi, later studying under Gerome at L’ Ecole des Beaux Arts.
  In 1896 Cucuel went back to the USA but he soon returned to Paris to devote his life to painting. After two years in the city, he travelled through Europe to study the old masters. In Berlin he worked again as an illustrator and in 1907 he moved to Munich. He joined the artists’ group ‘Scholle’, which was dominated by the leading artist Leo Putz and took part in the exhibitions of the ‘Secession’ in Munich. In 1912 Cucuel successfully exhibited some of his works in Paris and in 1913 he became a member of the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts and of the Salon d’Automne. In 1915 his paintings were exhibited at the Expo in San Francisco.
  The outbreak of World War II forced him to leave Germany to return to the USA. Cucuel settled in Pasadena, California, where he remained until his death in 1954.
  His work is represented at the Carnegie Institute in Pittsburg; the Art Institute, Chicago; the Detroit Mueum of Arts; the Toledo Museum; Rochester Museum in Toronto; the National Academy, New York; and 0many other important collections.