Midwestern impressionist Fred Doloresco paints urban scenes as well as landscapes and figurative works. Doloresco has a looseness of style and paint application that reflects his work’s refreshing spontaneity, reminiscent of Edward Potthast and other American impressionist masters.
Fred Doloresco is a graduate of St. Louis University. He studied with Don Stone, NA, Daniel Gerhartz and Rose Frantzen. He has been chosen for multiple Oil Painters of America National and Regional shows and is a signature member of OPA. He has won Best of Show awards at Indiana Heritage arts on two occasions and in the Hoosier Salon Annual Exhibition. Fred has also been selected as Best of Show in two National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society’s exhibitions and several other national shows.
Mr. Doloresco is also a Master Signature Member of the National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society and is represented in numerous corporate and private collections, including that of golfer Tiger Woods, the Sanctuary on Kiawah Island, SC, the Brown County Art Gallery Museum, and the Ella Carothers Dunnegin Museum.