Robert Cottingham

Artwork

An American Alphabet: A (1/40), 2001
Robert Cottingham

An American Alphabet: A (1/40), 2001

Color Lithograph on Paper

31 x 23.50 in

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An American Alphabet: B (1/40), 2008
Robert Cottingham

An American Alphabet: B (1/40), 2008

Lithograph

30 x 25 in

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An American Alphabet: C (1/40), 2010
Robert Cottingham

An American Alphabet: C (1/40), 2010

Color Lithograph on Paper

30.75 x 24.50 in

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An American Alphabet: D (1/40), 1997
Robert Cottingham

An American Alphabet: D (1/40), 1997

Lithograph

32 x 23 in

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An American Alphabet: E (1/40), 2008
Robert Cottingham

An American Alphabet: E (1/40), 2008

Color Lithograph on Paper

30.50 x 25 in

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An American Alphabet: F (1/40), 1997
Robert Cottingham

An American Alphabet: F (1/40), 1997

Lithograph

32 x 22 in

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An American Alphabet: G (1/40), 2009
Robert Cottingham

An American Alphabet: G (1/40), 2009

Lithograph

30 x 20 in

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An American Alphabet: H (1/40), 2010
Robert Cottingham

An American Alphabet: H (1/40), 2010

Lithograph

30 x 22 in

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An American Alphabet: I (1/40), 2009
Robert Cottingham

An American Alphabet: I (1/40), 2009

Lithograph

31 x 22 in

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An American Alphabet: J (1/40), 2003
Robert Cottingham

An American Alphabet: J (1/40), 2003

Lithograph

30 x 23 in

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An American Alphabet: K (1/40), 1997
Robert Cottingham

An American Alphabet: K (1/40), 1997

Lithograph

32 x 23 in

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An American Alphabet: L (1/40), 2005
Robert Cottingham

An American Alphabet: L (1/40), 2005

Lithograph

31 x 21 in

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An American Alphabet: N (1/40), 2012
Robert Cottingham

An American Alphabet: N (1/40), 2012

Lithograph

30 x 23 in

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An American Alphabet: O (1/40), 2007
Robert Cottingham

An American Alphabet: O (1/40), 2007

Lithograph

30 x 21 in

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An American Alphabet: P (1/40), 2005
Robert Cottingham

An American Alphabet: P (1/40), 2005

Lithograph

31 x 22 in

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An American Alphabet: Q (1/40), 2011
Robert Cottingham

An American Alphabet: Q (1/40), 2011

Lithograph

30 x 24 in

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An American Alphabet: R (1/40), 1993
Robert Cottingham

An American Alphabet: R (1/40), 1993

Lithograph

20 x 15 in

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An American Alphabet: S (1/40), 2007
Robert Cottingham

An American Alphabet: S (1/40), 2007

Lithograph

30 x 23 in

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An American Alphabet: T (1/40), 2002
Robert Cottingham

An American Alphabet: T (1/40), 2002

Lithograph

30 x 22 in

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An American Alphabet: U (1/40), 2012
Robert Cottingham

An American Alphabet: U (1/40), 2012

Lithograph

30 x 20 in

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An American Alphabet: V (1/40), 2004
Robert Cottingham

An American Alphabet: V (1/40), 2004

Lithograph

31 x 23 in

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An American Alphabet: W (1/40), 2010
Robert Cottingham

An American Alphabet: W (1/40), 2010

Lithograph

31 x 24 in

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An American Alphabet: X (1/40), 2009
Robert Cottingham

An American Alphabet: X (1/40), 2009

Lithograph

30 x 23 in

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An American Alphabet: Y (1/40), 2012
Robert Cottingham

An American Alphabet: Y (1/40), 2012

Lithograph

30 x 22 in

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An American Alphabet: Z (1/40), 2008
Robert Cottingham

An American Alphabet: Z (1/40), 2008

Lithograph

30 x 23 in

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Don’t Walk (1/120), 1991
Robert Cottingham

Don’t Walk (1/120), 1991

Three-color metal relief

16.75 x 26 in

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HOT (LP/MP/100), 1973
Robert Cottingham

HOT (LP/MP/100), 1973

Color lithograph

23 x 2.78 in

$1,500.00

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Robert Cottingham
Robert Cottingham is an American painter best known for his Photorealist depictions of cropped commercial signage. Born on September 26, 1935 in Brooklyn, NY, Cottingham studied at Pratt Institute, where he received his BFA in 1963 before starting a five-year career in commercial advertising. Upon moving to Los Angeles Cottingham seriously committed himself to his own painting practice, which eventually subsumed his advertising career by 1968 as the artist rose to prominence along with the Photorealist movement. Notably—though Cottingham is considered among the 13 most prominent Photorealists of the latter half of the 20th century—he disavowed his relationship to the movement. Instead, he views his own work as part of the lineage of vernacular Americana painters, including the likes of Stuart Davis and Edward Hopper. His work can be found among the collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C., among others
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