Robert Kulicke (1924 - 2007 )

Biography
Born in Philadelphia in 1924, ROBERT M. KULICKE attended the Tyler School of Art (Temple University) and the Philadelphia Museum School. In 1949, he studied in Paris with Fernand Léger at the Academie Leger, Paris.

Robert M. Kulicke primarily painted still lifes, choosing a jar of olives, a bouquet of flowers and, his signature subject, the pear as his subjects. Intimate in scale, each painting is contained in a frame that was hand-made by Kulicke, based on designs found throughout framing history.

Kulicke had an annual exhibition at Davis & Langdale Company from 1974 until his death in 2007. He also had exhibitions at Museum of Art, The Pennsylvania State University (1978), John F. Warren, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, (Color of Money: Robert Kulicke’s Dollar Bill Paintings, 1988), Columbia Museums of Art and Science, South Carolina (1983), and Campbell-Thiebaud Gallery, San Francisco (1991, 1994) and others. Since the early 1960s, Robert M. Kulicke has designed frames for both traditional and contemporary use.

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