William T. Rohe
Lives/works in: Greece
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William T. Rohe is an American artist living on the island of Aegina in the Saronic Gulf in Greece since 2003. He retired as a professional architect in 1998. As an architect he designed projects in the USA, Algeria, Nigeria, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Libya, and Greece. Mr. Rohe studied at universities in France and the United States.
Since his retirement as an architect he has been painting in oils, acrylics, pastels, pencil, and montage. His art varies from abstract, expressionism, landscapes, copies of Greek antiquities and various studies of people in both realism and abstract. Mr. Rohe has also done some work with sculptures.
William T. Rohe, City Lights, 2013, acrylic on aluminum foil on board, 50 x 70cm.; Courtesy of the artist
William T. Rohe, City on Two Rivers, 2013, acrylic on foil paper on board, 60 x 50cm.; Courtesy of the artist
William T. Rohe, City Grid, 2012, acrylic/aluminum foil on canvas, 60 x 60cm.; Courtesy of the artist