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Raphael Soyer

Raphael was born with his twin brother, Moses, and moved to the United States, settling in the Bronx, New York. After leaving school at age sixteen to help support his family, Raphael, attended classes at Cooper Union and the National Academy of Design. His teacher at the Art Students League, Guy Pene du Bois, was able to introduce him to a New York art dealer, where he had his first solo exhibition in 1929. Soyer was recognized as a profound champion of realism and a sensitive artist portraying New York people in their everyday life. Soyer never changed his style of art, always maintaining realism, even while abstract expressionism dominated the American Art scene after World War II. His works are in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, Detroit Institute of Art, and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Reference: American Art-The Phillips Collection



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Raphael Soyer

American (1899-1987)
Casting Office
9-3/4 x 12-3/4 in.

Lithograph, 1945, edition 250. Cole 65. Signed on the stone, lower left; signed and titled in pencil. In very good condition other than two small hinge stains in the upper margin. Sheet size: 12 x 16 in. This image is in the collection of the Smithsonian Museum of Art.


$800.
Casting Office



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