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 Richard Michael Gorman Powers  (1921 - 1996)



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Lived/Active: New York/Connecticut/Illinois      Known for: landscape and seascape painting, sci-fi illustration

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Richard Michael Gorman Powers
from Auction House Records.
Wine of the Dreamers, paperback cover, 1971
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
An illustrator and painter, Richard Powers has done numerous children's books, cover designs, and poetry books for Dell Publishing and a series on "Major Cultures of the World" for World Publishing." He has also illustrated for Esquire, Saturday Evening Post, Redbook, Life, and Natural History.  In addition to conventional illustration, he also did about 400 science fiction/fantasy paintings and a portfolio of surrealist paintings titled Space Time Warp.

He had nearly thirty one-man shows at the Rehn Gallery in New York, and also exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Corcoran Gallery, the National Academy of Design, and the Whitney Museum.

He was born in Chicago and studied at Loyola University, the Chicago Art Institute and the University of Illinois.  Later he worked with Julian Levi at the New School for Social Research in New York, and studied with Jay Connaway in Maine and Vermont.

The names Richard M Powers and Richard Gorman Powers have both been used for this artist, who signed some paintings "Gorman Powers."

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