(1897 - 1981)
Joseph Raskin was active/lived in New York. Joseph Raskin is known for landscape-structures, genre, etcher.
Biography Joseph Raskin
Joseph Raskin was a painter, etcher, teacher, and writer. He had addresses in New York City. He studied at the National Academy of Design. He was a member of the American Artist's Congress; Woodstock Artists Association; Audubon Artists; Artists Equity Association, NYC. He exhibited at the Salons of American Artists, 1925; Society of Independent Artists, 1930; Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Annual, 1930, 1936, 1938, 1939; Association American Artists, 1945; Corcoran Gallery biennials, 1935, 1937; and in many galleries during these years.
His awards include a European scholarship, National Academy of Design, 1921; Fellowship, Tiffany Foundation, 1921. His work can be seen in the Department of Labor Building, Washington DC, Dartmou
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