However, it was in Munich, working closely with Leo Putz, that Edward Cucuel developed his own vibrant Impressionist style. For several summers before Edward Cucuel was married, the two artists worked side-by-side in a garden west of Munich.
In 1913, Edward Cucuel married Clara Lotte von Marcard and the two spent their summers in a villa on Lake Ammersee in Holzhausen near Munich. In 1928, they moved to New York, but traveled extensively. In 1939, Cucuel settled permanently in California.
Edward Alfred Cucuel died in Pasadena, California in 1954.
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EDWARD ALFRED CUCUEL PAINTING EXHIBITIONS
1890, 1896 Mechanics Institute
1898, 1901 Mark Hopkins Institute, California
1912 Munich Secession, Germany
1912 Salon d'Automne, Paris
1913, 1920 Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois
1914, 1920 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Pennsylvania
1915 (Silver Medal) The Panama-Pacific International Exhibition, California
EDWARD ALFRED CUCUEL MEMBERSHIPS
Isaria and Aussteller-Verbund M�nchner Kunstler, Der Ring, Munich
Salon d'Automne, Paris
Societe Nationale des Beaux-Arts, Paris
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