Robert Daughters

Robert Daughters

(1929 - 2013)


Robert Daughters enjoyed a long and distinguished career, sharing the landscape of the Southwest on canvas. A graduate of the Kansas City Art Institute, Daughters moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico in the 1960’s where he co-founded the “Taos Six”, a group of painters, that had also fell for the incandescent light and shadows in the West. 


Daughters encourage younger artists throughout his lifetime saying, “the composition should always come first”. His paintings comprise bold brush strokes with bright colors and are textured with darker colors to create a sense of movement in the composition for the viewer.


Found in both private and corporate collections throughout the United States, Robert Daughters legacy continues to “Echo a strong voice in the history of the Southwest”.

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