Paul Rodda Cook

     Paul Rodda Cook (1897-1972) a native Texan, born in Uvalde, Texas about 70 miles west of San Antonio. In the late 20's Cook moved to Boerne, Texas about 20 miles N.W. of San Antonio, where he painted some of his earliest works of the Texas Hill Country and still lifes.

     Cook had a broad art education, studying under Hugo Pohl, Charles Rosen, Watler Ufer, Leon Gaspard and Herman Dudley Murphy and was an active exhibitor in the 20's, 30's and 40's winning numerous prizes, including one prize in the Davis Competition.

     Memberships include the San Antonio Art League; Southern States Art League; New York Watercolor Society.    


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