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Robert Rucker

Rucker’s most famous subject is perhaps the steamboat. His love of them came from his family, having two grandfathers who were steamboat captains. He produced many variations on the theme during his career. He is also well known for various bayou scenes and the south Louisiana countryside, themes that he eventually began to render in an impressionistic style and often with pastel tones during the late 1970s and early 1980s.
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Artist Biography    

Painting (8-works)
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Robert  Rucker Lafitte_s Blacksmith
Lafitte's Blacksmith
9 x 6 in
 
Robert  Rucker Pirates Alley
Pirate's Alley
9 x 6 in
 
Robert  Rucker Cabin Overlooking Steamboat_ Robert Rucker_ painting_ oil on canvas
Cabin Overlooking Steamboat
20 x 24 in
 
Robert  Rucker Steamboats in the Snow_ Robert Rucker_ painting_ oil on canvas
Steamboats in the Snow
20 x 24 in
 
Robert  Rucker Steamboat America Rounding the Bend
Steamboat America Rounding the Bend
11 x 13 in
SOLD
 
Robert  Rucker Steamboat at Locks
Steamboat at Locks
18 x 24 in
SOLD
 
Robert  Rucker The Steamer City of Savannah
The Steamer City of Savannah
18 x 24 in
SOLD
 
Robert  Rucker Cypress Trees in Lake Verret_ Robert Rucker_ painting_ oil on canvas
Cypress Trees in Lake Verret
8 x 10 in
SOLD
 
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