(1932 - 2001)
Richard A. Treaster was active/lived in Ohio. Richard Treaster is known for still life and portrait painting.
Biography Richard Treaster
Source: Source: "40 Watercolorists and How They Work" by Susan E. Meyer, Watson-Guptill Publications
Watercolorist Richard Treaster was born in Lorain, Ohio in 1932. He earned a BFA from the Cleveland Institute of Art. Treaster became a faculty member at the Cleveland Institute of Art in 1966.
Treaster has earned many honors for his painting including being one of only 50 living painters represented in The Metropolitan Museum of Arts "200 years of American Watercolor" in 1966. His paintings are in over 200 private collections throughout the United States including the Ford Motor Company and the National Academy of Design.
Prior to his death, Treaster resided in Lakewood, Ohio.
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