Remembering The Ever Calm & Quirky Painter Bob Ross, Who Died 26 Years Ago From Lymphoma: His Legacy Is Even More Influential Today

Published Jul 4, 2021

Remembering The Ever Calm & Quirky Painter Bob Ross, Who Died 26 Years Ago From Lymphoma: His Legacy Is Even More Influential Today

It's been nearly 30 years since we lost Bob Ross, the face of PBS' "The Joy of Painting," to lymphoma. The quirky painter made himself known for his calming personality, and his influence is even more prominent today.

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