About

American Artist Ronald E. Langlois

Mr. Langlois’ distinctive style was formulated while he was an illustrator for the U.S. Army, in Europe, from 1969 through 1972. He attended various art schools and later studied under distinguished Chicago illustrator, Bob Mueller for five years refining his craft. Among Mr. Langlois’ accomplishments, he sold over 1,000 pieces of art, including oils on canvas and wood, acrylics, watercolors, pen and inks and colored pencil drawings over the past twenty years. This American Artist has published cartoonist and illustrated a number of training manuals.

Although skilled in several different mediums, American Artist Ron Langlois prefers to mix pen and ink and watercolors. This technique has a unique finished appearance. He believes that mixing the two mediums creates a unique affect to his work, that makes the colors pop off the page.

His pen and ink drawings are unbelievable. With the amount of detail that Mr. Langlois applies to his pen and ink work, the final product appears almost photographic. It is difficult to believe that someone can produce the type of work that he does with only a pen.

Due to numerous requests over the past several years from people that wanted his artwork at an affordable price, Mr. Langlois agreed to start producing a limited amount of signed and numbered lithographs. His first series are a selection of four colored action sports fishing pictures and four pen & ink landscapes. He is presently working on a second series that will be released by the third quarter of 2004.

Mr. Langlois’ studio is in Boca Raton, Florida, where he has worked on a number of projects including his most recent rendering of a seven-foot marlin with a school of dolphin and tuna. That painting appears in this site along with copies of his lithographs.

Please feel free to view this American Artist latest work on this site and contact him with your comments. ron@ronlangloisstudio.com

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