Bob Kuhn

Artist Bio

Like many artists in his generation, Bob Kuhn started out as an illustrator, contributing renderings of animals to books and periodicals. In 1970, he turned his attention exclusively to easel painting and eventually inherited the mantle worn by Wilhelm Kuhnert and Carl Rungius as the finest interpreter of big game animals. Kuhn balanced a desire to capture his subjects accurately with a flair for design that transmits the essential cycle of action and stillness in the natural world.

Artwork to be Showcased

Duck Hunters

Duck Hunters

Gouache
8 x 12 inches
Estimate: $ 2,500 - $ 4,500
Sold For: $ 2,633
Burro

Burro

Conte Crayon
12 x 14 inches
Estimate: $ 1,500 - $ 2,500
Sold For: $ 1,521
Fallen Giant

Fallen Giant

Acrylic
12 x 15 inches
Estimate: $ 18,000 - $ 28,000
Sold For: $ 19,890.00
Seal Hunter

Seal Hunter

Acrylic
24 x 36 inches
Estimate: $ 80,000 - $ 120,000
Sold For: $ 152,100
Dust Bath

Dust Bath

Acrylic
24 x 44 inches
Estimate: $ 100,000 - $ 200,000
Bathing Tiger

Bathing Tiger

Conte Crayon
9 x 9 inches
Estimate: $ 3,000 - $ 5,000
Sold For: $ 6,435