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Henry Patrick Raleigh was one of America's leading illustrators in the Twentieth Century.

Born in 1880 in Portland, Oregon, Raleigh moved with his family to San Francisco in 1888, and studied at the Mark Hopkins Art Institute. Hired as a sketch artist by the San Francisco Examiner, he was hired away by William Randolph Hearst who encouraged him to move to New York City and work for the World. He illustrated for Harper's Bazaar, Saturday Evening Post and Collier's magazines.
He died in 1944.

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Title

L'Eglise de Madeleine

Artist

Hanry Patrick Raleigh, American ~ 1880 - 1944

Circa

1930's, signed lower right

Medium

Pastel on Paper

Price

1500.00

Size

17" by 13.5"

Style

Landscape

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