(1941 - 2012)
Roger Cooke was active/lived in Oregon. Roger Cooke is known for wildlife and Indians in landscape painting, horse and riders.
Following are excerpts from the Roger Cooke website obituary, courtesy of Stephanie Reeves, and from the website of the artist.
Tuesday morning, March 27th, 2012, Roger Cooke won his three year battle with Multiple Myeloma cancer and is now at rest in his heavenly home.
Roger Cooke's paintings, prints and sculptures are displayed in homes, businesses, and museums across the country. His murals are scattered throughout the United States from West to East, earning him the title "Johnny Appleseed of America's small-town murals".
Thorough research was part of every creative effort, each work executed with skill and care. Authenticity gave Cooke's work authority. His artistic talent and love for his subject gave it life. Displaying 750 of 3909 characters.