Museu Berardo
Bacalhôa Vinhos de Portugal
Fundação Berardo

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 Guinan, Robert (1934 - )

Portrait of Mary Turner, 1974

Acrylic and collage on canvas;
100 x 128 cm
Figuration Libre

UID 102-242


Born in Water Town, New York Guinan lives in Chicago. He paints in the American realistic tradition in a style that dates back to the 19th century. His themes, for example, the night scenes in bars, remind us of Edward Hopper. But while Hopper's characters seem stereotypical, Guinan's people are protrayed as individuals. Most of these men and women are losers. Through his sensitive painting, these lost men and women have their dignity restored. He exhibited for the first time in Europe at the Basel Fair in 1972. In 1973 he had his first one-person exhibition at Galerie Albert Loeb, in Paris. In 1982: Venice Biennale (International Pavillion). In 1989 he exhibited in Chicago (Galerie Albert Loeb) at the Chicago International Art Exposition.


Robert Guinan - Peintures
Galerie Albert Loeb, France
23-11-1977 ~ 28-01-1978

Face and Identity, Portraits from the Berardo Collection
Centro Cultural e Congressos Caldas da Rainha, Portugal
15-05-2008 ~ 15-09-2008


Robert Guinan, 1991
Published by Editions Cercle d'Art

Robert Guinan , 2005
Published by Académie de France à Rome

Robert Guinan - Peintures, 1977
Published by Galerie Albert Loeb

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