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American Impressionist Painter - Edward Cucuel (1875-1954)


The son of a newspaper publisher in San Francisco, Edward Cucuel enrolled at the School of Design in San Francisco at the age of 14. Soon he started working as an illustrator at 'The Examiner'.
In 1892,  he left for Paris to continue his art training at the Academie Julian and the Academie Colarossi. Later he attended the Academie des Beaux Arts. Upon his return to the US in 1896, Cucuel setteled in New York. In about 6 months, he returned to Paris and spent there another two years. He also traveled to Italy to study the old masters, Spain, Algeria, Ceylon, Japan and China.

Autumn Sun

Soon he moved to Berlin, Germany, where he worked as an illustrator and in 1907, Cucuel settled in Munich, where he joined the Scholle group of artists and worked closely with the remarkable painter Leo Putz. Cucuel exhibited at the Munich Secession and in Paris.

He married Clara Lotte von Marcard in 1907. In 1939, Edward Cucuel left Germany and setteld in Pasadena, Ca., where he led a rather secluded life.

In the Sun


Evening by the Lake

Woman Reclining by a Lake

Bathing Girls on Lake Starnberg

Autumn Magic

The Bathing Place

Girl in White Stockings

Afternoon Tea

On Pier

Tea in the Park


An Afternoon on the Lake

Morning in New York Harbor

Summer Leisure

Portrait of a Lady

Wood Nymph

Quiet Hour

The Novel

Quiet Waters

On the Dock

Sunny Spring Morning

Young girl with a Parasol

Summer Flowers

The Pink Dress

Portrait of Opera and Concert Singer Renee Thornton

Lady in a Rowboat

Yellow Parasol

View of New York

The Gateway to America c. 1928


Under the Arbor

In the Rose Garden

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  1. Hi! Found your blog via Pinterest. I am interested in finding prints of some of these paintings, particularly "Evening by the Lake".... do you know where to find them for purchase? THanks so much!



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