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Author: Raphael Soyer
ISBN: 0810904861
Language: English
Pages: 349 pages
Category: Individual Artists
Publisher: H. N. Abrams (1972)
Rating: 4.3
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Raphael Soyer (December 25, 1899 – November 4, 1987) was a Russian-born American painter, draftsman, and printmaker. Soyer was referred to as an American scene painter.

Raphael Soyer (December 25, 1899 – November 4, 1987) was a Russian-born American painter, draftsman, and printmaker. He is identified as a Social Realist because of his interest in men and women viewed in contemporary settings which included the streets, subways, salons and artists' studios of New York City. He also wrote several books on his life and art. His brothers Moses Soyer and Isaac Soyer were also painters.

Братьев Сойер было трое - Рафаэль, Мозес и Исаак ( Soyer). Фамилия Сойер нам знакома по повести Марка Твена, но там она писалась иначе - Sawyer. Художники по вторникам. Братья Сойер - американские классики. Братьев Сойер было трое - Рафаэль, Мозес и Исаак ( Soyer). У детей учителя из Борисоглебска судьба была иная. Рафаэль и Мозес (слева) Сойеры.

Raphael Soyer Guide to pictures of works by Raphael Soyer in art museum sites and image . Raphael Soyer Works Online. Categorized & Annotated.

Raphael Soyer Guide to pictures of works by Raphael Soyer in art museum sites and image archives worldwide. Commercial Galleries: Galleries: We invite you to register and list your site (no charge for this service). Paintings in Museums and Public Art Galleries Worldwide

Find the latest shows, biography, and artworks for sale by Raphael Soyer. Once dubbed the East Side Degas, Russian-Jewish émigré and social-realist painter Raphael Soyer depicted ordinary men and women in contemporary settings

Find the latest shows, biography, and artworks for sale by Raphael Soyer. Once dubbed the East Side Degas, Russian-Jewish émigré and social-realist painter Raphael Soyer depicted ordinary men and women in contemporary settings. While studying at the Art Students League of New York under Guy Pène du Bois, he was influenced by the Ashcan School’s faithful representations of daily life in New York City’s poorer corners.

Raphael Soyer: Fifty Years of Printmaking. Raphael Soyer: The Shape of Human Dignity, Essay and Catalogue by Howard E. Wooden. Washington: New Republic Books, 1977. 1917–1967, Ed. by S. Cole, J. With a Foreword by J. Kainen. New York: Da Capo Press, 1967. Goodrich L. Raphael Soyer. New York: F. A. Praeger, ; H. N. Abrams,. Raphael Soyer: Drawings and Watercolors. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1977. Wichita (Kansas), Diary of An Artist. I Consider Myself a Contemporary Artist Who Describes Contemporary Life // Art News.

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Raphael Soyer interviewed by Barbaralee el, for the . This program is part of the Barbaralee el Video Archive at the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Duke University

Raphael Soyer interviewed by Barbaralee el, for the television program Inside New York's Art World, 1979  . Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Duke University.

Raphael Soyer was a . painter and printmaker. Born in Borisoglebsk, Russia, Raphael Soyer was one of three of the six Soyer children – along with his twin brother Moses Soyer and younger brother Isaac Soyer – who became artists. In 1912, when the family was forced to leave Russia because their Right to Live permit was revoked, they immigrated to the United States, settling in the Bronx

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Comments (2)
LivingCross
Great book!
Anarasida
This is a good introduction to Soyer's work. I wish there were more color plates.