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Born in 1938 in Ohio, Robert Heindel pursued a passion for art all through his early years, displaying a love for drawing as he grew up, sadly this was to be prematurely cut short as he was unable to study art and he took up a position at an art studio, becoming a correspondent of the Famous Artists School to learn the important disciplines he would need.
As the 1970s rolled around, Heindel worked as an Illustrator and produced many covers for a variety of magazines, most notably Times Magazine. During the 1980s he visited the Ballet and he developed a love of dance, this inspired him to produce many works with dance as his main subject matter and this in turn caused many commissions from many high-profile international ballet groups to come in, his most prestigious being a commission from Andrew Lloyd Webber to produce paintings for scenes from the plays 'Phantom of the Opera' and 'Cats'. He has since taken up a role as an artist and continues to follow his passion to this day.