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Robert A. Daughters became an impressionist/expressionist oil painter of Indians and Southwestern landscapes. He has been interested in art since a child, and considers Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh a strong influence on him. After serving in the United States military, Daughters worked as the curator of the St. Joseph Museum of Natural History, while attending the Kansas City Art Institute, from which he graduated in 1953. He later became a partner in an advertising art studio, and won over 250 awards over the course of twenty years. In 1967, he visited a Cowboy Artists (CA) show and was inspired to explore the specific field of Western art. Daughters was one of the Taos Six in October 1974. He participated in the 1981 Peking, China exhibition, and was featured in "Southwest Art" magazine, August 1980. Source

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