Robert Lockard

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Robert Lockard

Robert Lockard (American, 1905-1974)

 

Selected Biographical and Career Highlights 

  • 1905, Born in Norton, Kansas
  • 1930, B.A. in Architecture, Kansas State College, Manhattan, Kansas
  • 1931-32, Instructor at Kansas State College
  • 1932, M.A. in Architecture, Kansas State College, Manhattan, Kansas
  • 1933-34, Assistant to Director of the Nelson Gallery and Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1935-73, Instructor, Texas Technological College, Lubbock
  • Assists in design of the Museum of Texas Tech
  • 1948, Produces (with wife Troy Allen Lockard) instructional film, Brush Tips in Watercolor – A Landscape Developed
  • 1974, Dies in Lubbock, Texas

 

Selected Exhibitions

  • 1931, 7th Annual Kansas Artists Exhibition, Topeka, Kansas
  • 1932, award, Annual Mid-Western Artists Exhibition, Kansas City Art Institute, Missouri
  • 1933-36, Annual Exhibition of the Society of Independent Artists, New York, New York
  • 1935, one-man, Texas Technological College (Texas Tech), Lubbock, Texas
  • 1935, Annual Mid-Western Artists Exhibition, Kansas City Art Institute, Missouri
  • 1936, Texas Centennial Exposition, Dallas, Texas
  • 1938, with Troy Allen Lockard, Texas Technological College Art Institute, Lubbock, Texas
  • 2012, Modernism on the High Plains: The Rediscovered Work of Robert and Troy Allen Lockard, William Reaves Fine Art, Houston, Texas

 

Selected Public Collections

·       Panhandle-Plains Museum of Art

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