Joseph and Lannis Raffael - October 2008
22 February 1933
Brooklyn, NY USA
|Known for||Painting Watercolor|
Joseph Raffael (born February 22, 1933 in Brooklyn, NY) is an American contemporary realist painter.
His paintings are almost all presented on a very large scale.
Most of his paintings are watercolors.
He lives with his wife, Lannis Raffael in the south of France.
Raffael's work was featured on the cover of the June 2007 issue of Watercolor Magic magazine He became well known with a 1973 Time Magazine article by Robert Hughes A Slice of the River, showcasing his signature water paintings..
- 1975 Purchase Prize, Concours d'Antiques, Oakland Museum, California
- 1974 First Prize, Tokyo International Biennial, Japan
- 1960 Louis C. Tiffany Fellowship
- Official site
- Nancy Hoffman Gallery
- Joseph Raffael in the National Gallery of Australia's Kenneth Tyler Collection
There is a painting by this painter in the Boca Raton Art Museum in Florida("Landscape").
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