Robert Huck Biography

Robert Huck



Robert Huck was born on February 26, 1923 in Kalispell, Montana. After completing high school in Kalispell, Montana he served with the Signal Coprs, Army of the United States from 1942-1945.

Rober Huck studied at the University of Montana from 1946-1950, Colorado College and the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, receiving his BA in 1952. Huck received awards from Northwest Annual in 1948; from Joslyn Museum in 1950; Alabama Watercolor Society Medal in 1950; Colorado State Fair in 1950; and awards from Taylor Museum in Colorado Spring, Butler Institute of American Art, Portland Museum in Colorado Springs and Seattle Art Museum.

Robert Huck exhibited at Joslyn Six States Show from 1950-1952; Artists West of the Mississippi at Denver Art Museum from 1950-1952, 1956-1957; Corcoran Bienniel in 1951; Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston in 1951; Birmingham Museum of Art in 1951; Institute of Art and History in Albany from 1952-1953; and many other museums and exhibits.

Huck was married to Dorothy Schroeer, and they had a son. His death came tragically in an automobile accident on March 13, 1961.