Robert Fremont


Robert Fremont was born in Paris, France, served in the Army Air Corps in World War II. He studied at the La Jolla School of Art and in Paris. He currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife Henriette and their cat Luna.



Robert Fremont has had one-man shows in Southern California since 1963.
From 1963 to 1965 he was represented by the Esther Robles Gallery in Los Angeles.
He participated in the exhibit "Survey of Contemporary Art" at the Speed Museum in Louisville, Kentucky.
In 1969 he was invited to participate in "Microcom '69" at the Long Beach Museum of Art.



Between 1970 and 1971, while living in Basel, Switzerland, he had a one-man show at the "Katakombe Gallery in Basel, and at the "Chalet Décor Gallery" in St. Cergue, near Geneva. He was also represented at the First International Art fair in Basel in 1971.


Man with paint brusch

Oil on canvas 36 x 40


During his stay in Southern France from 1973 to 1977 he had one-man shows in Toulon, Le Lavandou, and in Marseilles at the invitation of the USIA, (United States Information Agency) at the U.S. Consulate.




His paintings are in private collections in Los Angeles, New York and in Switzerland and France.



Favorable reviews of his work have appreared in the Los Angeles Times, (by Henri Seldes, Times art critic in the sixties), Art Forum magazine, (April 1967), and the Louisville Kentucky Courier-Dispatch.