In 1983 Robert O. Caulfield and his wife Marilyn opened The Caulfield Art Gallery in a two-hundred year old house on Central Street in the town of Woodstock, Vermont.

In 2001, the gallery moved down the street to its present location in the stately brick home beside a covered bridge overlooking the Ottaquechee River at 11 The Green. Built by Ebenezer Fitch in1827, the home provides a striking setting for viewing Robert’s powerful city and country landscapes.

Woodstock is often noted as one of the prettiest towns in America. The rolling Green Mountains surrounding the town have provided inspiration for a number of Robert’s country scenes. In addition to these popular rural vistas, Robert has won acclaim for his cityscapes of New York, Boston, Paris, and Venice. Robert’s vivid flower scenes and beach scenes have also found favor with art collectors.

In 1998 Art Trends Magazine named Robert “One of the leading street painters in the nation.” That year found the same magazine naming him “One of the leading Impressionists in the nation.”

In a career spanning more than fifty years, Robert has become one of America’s best-selling artists. Over two-thousand of his original oil paintings and watercolors hang in art collections the world over.

Robert is the author of two books: The Art of Robert O. Caulfield, and RUGGLES STREET - The Life of an American Artist. The Caulfield Gallery also offers a selection of lithographs and giclee's.

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