Charles Peter Bock

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Charles Peter Bock Desert Solitude
Desert Solitude, 1909
oil on canvas
11 x 22 in
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Charles Peter Bock Untitled (Moon Rising Over Mesquites)
Untitled (Moon Rising Over Mesquites), c. 1908
pastel
3.5 x 8 in
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Charles Peter Bock Untitled (West Texas vista)
Untitled (possibly Medicine Mounds), c. 1909
pastel on paper
4 1/2 x 9 in
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Charles Peter Bock Untitled (possibly Near the Keechi)
Untitled (possibly Near the Keechi), c. 1908
pastel
3.5 x 8 in
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Charles Peter Bock Untitled (possibly Wichita Country)
Untitled (possibly Wichita Country), c. 1909
pastel on paper
4 1/2 x 11 1/8 in
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Charles Peter Bock Untitled (Valley View)
Untitled (possibly Wichita Valley), c. 1908
pastel
3.5 x 8 in
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Charles Peter Bock Untitled (view with cliff side)
Untitled (view with cliff side), c. 1909
4 x 8.25 in
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Charles Peter Bock

Charles Peter Bock

Charles Peter Bock Biography

 

Charles Peter Bock Description

Charles Peter Bock (1872- 1952)  

1872, Born in Flensburg, Germany on August 13  

1873, Moved to America (Kansas; Saint Louis) 

1893, Guide at Chicago World’s Fair 

1900-1904, Studied at the Art Institute of Chicago; Graduated with Honors   

1904, Studied at Academy de la Grande Chaumiere (or Academie Colarossi) with Lucien Simon and Andre Menard, Paris 

1904-05, Lived in Etapes, France   

1904, Annual Exhibition of the Art Students League, Chicago (June)  

1905, First Exhibition of Chicago Artists, Art Institute of Chicago (February) 

1905, 10th Annual Exhibition of the Society of Western Artists, Art Institute of Chicago 

(December 5-25)  

1905, Annual Exhibition of the Art Students’ League of Chicago, Art institute of Chicago 

1905, Society of American Artists, Paris  

1906, Taught at Academy of Fine Arts of Chicago   

1906, Society of Chicago Artists  

1906, Twelfth Annual Exhibition of Works by Students, The Art Students League, Chicago (April 21- 28)  

1906, 13th Annual exhibition of American Art, Cincinnati Museum (May 19-July 16)  

1906, 19th Annual Exhibition of Oil Paintings and Sculptures by American Artists, Art Institute of Chicago (October 16-November 29) 

1906, Exhibited Western Artists’ Circuit 

1906/07, Exhibited at Evanston 

1907, Works by Chicago Artists, Art institute of Chicago (January 29-February 24 

1907, Moves to Dallas (November)  

1908, Traveled to West Texas with Frank Reaugh (August-September)  

1908, Exhibited at Texas State Fair, Dallas (October)  

1908, Paintings by Southwestern Artists, St. Louis Museum of Fine Arts

 

1907-8, Dallas Public Library   

1908, Art Department Exhibition, State Fair of Texas, Dallas (October 17-November 1) 

 

1909, Resides in Dallas 

1909, Exhibits at Chautagua in Hot Springs, Arkansas 

1909, Exhibition of Oil and Pastel Paintings by Frank Reaugh and Charles Peter Bock of Texas, Detroit Museum of Art (September-October)  

1909, Exhibited Art Department, State Fair of Texas, Dallas (October 16-31)  

1909, Founding member of The Dallas Painters Association with Frank Reaugh and E.G. Eisenlohr 

1909, Exhibition of Oil and Pastel Paintings by Frank Reaugh and Charles Peter Bock of TexasArt Institute of Chicago (December 7 - 26) 

1909, Made custodian of Dallas Free Public Art Gallery at Fair Park  

1910, Exhibition of Oil and Pastel Paintings by Frank Reaugh and Charles Peter Bock of TexasGrand Rapids Public Library, Michigan (April) 

1910, Exhibition of Oil and Pastel Paintings by Frank Reaugh and Charles Peter Bock of Texas, John Heron Institute, IndianapolisIndianapolis (June 8-October 31) 

 1910, State Fair of Texas, Dallas (October 15 – November 3)  

1910, 15th Annual Exhibition of the Society of Western Artists, The John Heron Art Institute, Indianapolis, Indiana (December 4-25) 

1910Indianapolis Rotary Exhibition, Indianapolis, Indiana   

1910, Annual Texas Artists Exhibition, Fort Worth 

1910-11, Lives in Saugstuck, MI 

1911, 15th Annual Exhibition of the Society of Western Artists, Chicago Art Institute (April 4-30) 

1913, Exhibits at Texas State Fair, Dallas (October 18-November 2)  

1913, Annual Texas Artists Exhibition, Fort Worth 

1912, Lived in Manvel, Texas 

1916: Moves to Arizona for health reasons

1919: Reaugh visited in Arizona  

1926, Lived in Manvel, Texas 

 1926, Exhibited at Museum of Fine Arts, Houston  

1933, 5th Annual Exhibit of Arts and Crafts for Arizona Artists, Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff, AZ (July 15-29) 

 1952, Died in Phoenix, AZ on August 12 

  

Art Affiliations:  

Member of American Art Association of Paris 

Member of Dallas Art League 

Member of Dallas Painters Club  

Member of Standard Club of Chicago 

Arizona Art Guild 

Dallas Art Association 

 

Literature: 

Illinois Illustrated Review 

Illustrated The Sketch Book—The Art League, Oct. 1903   

Illustrated Practical Drawing Manual & Course of Study Part IV, Chicago: Practical Drawing Pub. & Co.  

Illustrated Practical Drawing Book 6 

Illustrated Practical Drawing Book 7 

Illustrated The Boy Captive of the Texas Mier Expedition by Fanny Chambers, 1909 

Image: I’ve Kept my Promise 

 

Public Collections 

Dallas Public Library

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