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ROBERT ANGELOCH (1922-2011)



My father traveled frequently to Monhegan Island, Maine where he made countless drawings and paintings. Many of these images were meant as finished pieces while others were revisited when back in his studio in Woodstock, New York. View both the plein air and studio work here.


He also spent time in Venice, Italy where he made some sketches that later became preparatory drawings which were the basis for etchings. Have a look.


Robert Angeloch, my father, traveled a lot. He wore a jacket with a right hand side pocket which accomodated a 4 x 6 inch spiral sketch pad along with a miniature watercolor set which he crafted , a graphite pencil, some crayons and the like. Below are some color studies.


Miltown Malbay from Hotel Central
felt tip pen and graphite


The Road from Kenmare to Ardgroom watercolor and ink


untitled (Cape Cod 2)
oil pastel


untitled (England)
watercolor


untitled (Pines)
oil pastel

untitled (sea and sky)
watercolor

Whinletter Pass
watercolor and graphite

Yorkshire Moor
watercolor and graphite

All of the preceeding works are from Robert's sketchbooks measuring 4" x 6".

Executed in a variety of media, these and so many more, are available for purchase at very reasonable prices.

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untitled
oil, 30 x 40, 2003
The night sky held a particular fascination for my father. He observed it for decades and made pictures of it for a really long time. This one is from 2003.
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untitled
oi,. 36 x 48, 1958
This is an earlier painting executed in 1958. While seemingly abstract, it, like so many other paintings, was based on observation of the landscape.
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Gorge in Winter
oil, 36 x 28, 1955
Again, an earlier painting, which while rooted in observing the landscape, has a very abstract quality.
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untitled
oil, 36 x 48, 1970
Clearly, abstraction never left. This was completed in 1970 from a pencil sketch of an area about six inches in height..
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Offshore
oil, 30 x 48, 1961
Bob spent a great deal of time near the water.
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Island Path
oi,. 36 x 48, 1961
This is a depiction of Monhegan Island, Maine.
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Pemaquid Rocks
oil, 36 x 40, 1958
Pemaquid is a coastal town in Maine. My father frequently stopped there on the way to Monhegan.
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untitled
oil, 36 x 48, 1961
Part of a tryptych, this painting has water in it as well.
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untitled
oil, 36 x 42, 1964
Along with a love of water was a fascination with things found by it, particularly seaweed and such.
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untitled
oil, 36 x 42, 197,
The reflections of land in the water was another life-long interest. This is a depiction of the Sawkill River at Zena, NY.
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Cut Pine
oil, 30 x 40, 1970
This was a tree we cut down in front of my father's studio. He moved his easel so he could paint this picture viewing the subject directly..
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untitled
oil. 30 x 40, 197,
During the 1970s he frequently painted nature from his studio. Here we have some snow.
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untitled
oil, 30 x 40, 1982
He mage serigraphs (silkscreens) for many years. Those prints enabled him to simplify greatly. They informed his paintings in the 1980's.
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Loch Ness
oil, 32 x 48, 1982
Both this and the previous picture share qualities associated with serigraphy. They both are derived from sketches made in the UK.
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Mist on Cader Idris
oil, 32 x 48, 1988
Another painting made from a sketch which was executed across the great pool. He loved the sea, he loved the mountains.
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untitled
oil, 18 x 24, 1991
Clougy, cloudy. These are the mountains he lived in.
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Gull Pond (Monhegan)
oil, 30 x 50, 1994
Having spent a good deal of time on Monhegan Island, Maine, Bob completed numerous paintings and prints including this one and the next.
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Gull Cove
oil, 30 x 50, 1997
It seems his stylistic approach was quite solid at this time. He was able to effectively meld simplification and representation.
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Ohayo Mtn. North
oil, 24 x 48, 1997
Continuing to paint from sketches my father developed a tryptych which was comprised almost entirely of the sky. The sketches were made from atop Ohayo Mountain in Woodstock, New York
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Ohayo Mtn. East
oil, 24 x 48, 1997
This is the second of three.
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Ohayo Mtn. South
oil, 24 x 48, 1997
This was the third. He painted North, East, and South. I wonder why he didn't paint West?
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Other work coming soon.