Terry Dintenfass Gallery, New York
University of Connecticut, Storrs
Munson Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico 
Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri 
Mattatuck Museum, Waterbury, Connecticut
Arkansas Fine Arts Center, Little Rock 
Gallerit, Stockholm, Sweden (etchings)
Brooklyn Museum, New York (etchings)
Killkenny Arts Week, Killkenny, Ireland
University of Connecticut, Storrs
Lehigh University, Pennsylvania
Phyllis Kind Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
Terry Dintenfass Gallery, New York
J.L. Hudson Gallery, Detroit, Michigan
Obelisk Gallery, Washington, DC
Felix Landau Gallery, Los Angeles
World House Galleries, New York
Roko Gallery, New York

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

​The White Gallery, Lakeville, CT, Winter Warmer
Davis & Langdale Company, New York, Autumn Exhibition
Davis & Langdale Company, New York, Recent Works
Morrison Gallery, Kent, CT, Group Show 
James Graham & Sons, New York, Works on Wood
Davis & Langdale Company, New York, Works on Paper
Kilkenny Arts Festival, Ireland 
Luise Ross Gallery, New York, Erotic Art
National Academy of Design, New York [annual exhibition]
Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, Connecticut, State of the Artists
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Rhode Island School of Design, Providence
Brooklyn Museum, New York, Public and Private: American Prints Today
Pratt Institute, New York, Prints en Suite
 Katonah Gallery, New York, Prints en Suite 
Sylvan Cole Gallery, New York, 17 Etchings by 17 Artists
Arkansas Fine Arts Center, Little Rock, 20th Century Drawings 
AAA Galleries, New York, Prints of New York City
Arkansas Fine Art Center, Little Rock, Collector’s Show
National Academy of Design, New York, Annual Ward Ranger Exhibition 
Green Mountain Gallery, New York, From the Imagination
National Academy of Design, New York (purchase prize), 5Indiana University Museum, Bloomington, Contemporary Pastels and Watercolors
Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, Skowhegan Retrospective
Neuberger Museum, State University of New York at Purchase, 20th Century American Art                Kennedy Galleries, New York, 19th and 20th Century Masterpieces
New School for Social Research, New York, Humor, Satire and Irony
Brooklyn Museum, New York, Seventeenth, National Print Exhibition
Brooklyn Museum, New York, Sixteenth National Print Exhibition
Herron Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana, Painting and Sculpture Today
Museum of Modern Art, New York, Twenty Drawings and New Acquisitions
Gallery of Modern Art, New York, American Drawings, Twentieth Century 
School of Visual Arts, New York, Sixty-Five Self Portraits
New School for Social Research, New York, Portraits from the American Art World
Brooklyn Museum, New York, Twenty-Second International Watercolor Exhibit
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, Forty Americans Under Forty [traveling exhibition]
National Academy of Arts and Letters, New York
School of Visual Arts, New York, The Figure Then and Now
National Academy of Arts and Letters, New York
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, Whitney Annual
Contemporary Graphic Art in the United States [traveling exhibition circulated by the USIS in
Europe and the Near East]
Five Masters of Line (Alexander Calder, Josè Luis Cuevas, Stuart Davis, Morris Graves, Robert
Andrew Parker), La Napoule Art Foundation, France
Museum of Modern Art, New York, Recent Acquisitions 
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, Young America
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 
American Federation of Arts
Brooklyn Museum, New York,International Biennial Watercolor Exhibit
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, Whitney Annual
Circulating exhibit sponsored by Museum of Modern Art, New York, 
New Artists: A Survey of Recent Work
Museum of Modern Art, New York, Young American Printmakers
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Watercolors, Drawings and Prints

AWARDS AND GRANTS:

Ranger Fund Purchase Prize, National Academy of Design, New York
Connecticut Commission on the Arts grant to execute suite of etchings on Connecticut River towns
Guggenheim Fellow
Fellowship, Tamarind Lithography Workshop, Los Angeles
Richard and Hinda Rosenthal Foundation Grant from Institute of Arts and Letters, New York


THEATER AND FILM:

Costumes and set for the dance company Crow’s Nest, commissioned by Fete d’Avignon, France
Backdrop and costumes for Crow’s Nest
Backdrop for Crow’s Nest
Illustrated poetry of Keith Douglas for the film How to Kill
Illustrated poetry of Wilfred Owen for the film, The Days of Wilfred Owen, narrated by Richard Burton
Sets for an opera by William Schuman, Museum of Modern Art, New York
Drawings and paintings for the MGM film Lust for Life


TEACHING:

Gerit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Rhode Island School of Design, Providence
Parsons School of Design, New York
Syracuse University, New York
School of Visual Arts, New York
Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine


LECTURES:

Albright Knox Museum, Buffalo, New York
National Academy of Design, New York
George Washington University, St. Louis
University of Kansas
School of Visual Arts, New York
New School for Social Research, New York


PUBLIC COLLECTIONS:

Amerada Hess Corporation 
Arkansas Fine Arts Center, Little Rock
Art Institute of Chicago
Brooklyn Museum, New York
Grunwald Graphic Arts Foundation, California
Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana
Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin
University of California, Los Angeles
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
University of Massachusetts
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
University Museum, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Museum of Fine Arts, Raleigh, North Carolina
Museum of Modern Art, New York
Montclair Art Museum, New Jersey
Morgan Library, New York
National Academy of Design, New York
New Britain Museum
New York Public Library
Newark Museum, New Jersey
Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts
Tennessee Fine Arts Center
St. Paul Gallery and School of Art
Sara Roby Foundation
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York


MISCELLANEOUS:

“Robert Andrew Parker,” by Steven Heller, Graphis Magazine
Lithograph for The Third Century suite of original prints commissioned by Mobil Oil for the American
Bicentennial
Included in Art in America’s “Decade of New Talent” issue
Color lithograph for Art in America magazine (lithographs by six American artists)
Illustrated and hand-colored a limited edition of poems by Marianne Moore published by the Museum  
of Modern Art, New York
Arts Magazine, “Robert Andrew Parker,” Marianne Moore (later included in A Marianne Moore
Reader, Viking Press)
BORN: Norfolk, Virginia, 1927

STUDIED: 

School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Skowhegan School of Painting and 
Sculpture, Skowhegan, Maine
Atelier 17, New York

ONE-PERSON EXHIBITIONS:

​Davis & Langdale Company, New York, An Overview
Davis & Langdale Company, New York, llustrated Books   
Davis & Langdale Company, New York,Flight
Davis & Langdale Company, New York, Artist’s Books
Davis & Langdale Company, New York, Authors of Today, 1933: 100 Watercolors
Davis & Langdale Company, New York, 
Illustrated Books and Other Works
Davis & Langdale Company, New York, 
Illustrated Books and Other Works
Tremaine Gallery at Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, Connecticut
The Century Association, New York
Davis & Langdale Company, New York, 
Works on Paper
Butler Gallery, Kilkenny Castle, Ireland, 
25 Years of Arts Week
Susan Conway Gallery, Washington, DC
Terry Dintenfass Gallery, New York, 
Words and Pictures 
Terry Dintenfass Gallery, New York, 
Four Decades of Etchings 
Center Gallery, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania
Terry Dintenfass Gallery, 25 Year Retrospective, New York
Jacob’s Pillow, Lennox, Massachusetts

Ang Temba Sherpa
Watercolor, gouache and ink on paper, 5 13/16 x 6 5/8 inches
Signed, dated and inscribed(at lower left, ink): 
Robert Andrew Parker 30 XII 87; (on verso, in pencil, in another hand):
ROBERT ANDREW PARKER/ ANG TEMBA SHERPA 1988/ GOUACHE/ 6 X 7
​Executed between 1987 - 1988
RAP-503
ROBERT ANDREW PARKER
DAVIS & LANGDALE COMPANY, INC.
231 EAST 60 STREET
NEW YORK, NY 10022

Tel:  212-838-0333
Fax:  212-752-7764
Insect II
Monotype with oil paint, 8 5/8 x 11 11/16 inches
Executed in 2003
RAP-195
Self-Portrait with Karl Marx, Highgate Cemetary
​Aquatint and watercolor on paper, 11 7/8 x 6 inches (image) 13 3/16 x 7 3/16 inches (sheet)
Signed (at lower right, in pencil): Robert Andrew Parker 
Inscribed (at lower left, in pencil): Artists Proof 
RAP-97

​Seated Dog
Watercolor and pencil on paper, 7 3/4 x 6 1/2 inches 
RAP-438

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