Raoul Middleman
Contemporary American Painter

Memorial Exhibition
Raoul Middleman, Life in the Studio

Raoul Middleman Studio Museum

The Raoul Middleman Studio Museum is dedicated to preserving and promoting the artistic legacy of Raoul Middleman. Originally rising to prominence during the Pop Art movement of the 1960’s, Raoul Middleman subsequently developed a style of Painterly Expressionism focused on landscape and figurative representation. Admired for its sophisticated brushwork, complex compositions, and improvisational technique, his work is included in numerous public and private collections including Metropolitan Museum of Art (NYC), Corcoran Gallery of Art (DC) and Baltimore Museum of Art, among many others. He was a past president of the prestigious National Academy of Design (NYC) and influenced multiple generations of artists as a teacher at Maryland Institute College of Art for over 50 years

Raoul Middleman Studio Museum

Raoul Interview

Raoul Middleman Horse drawings gallery

Two part interview with and Raoul overlapping the UMBC retrospective, featuring Ruth Channing Middleman, March 2015.
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