(1857 - 1931)
John Willard Raught was active/lived in Pennsylvania, New York. John Raught is known for landscape, industries and still life painting.
John Raught, born at Dunore, Pennsylvania in September 1857, studied at
the National Academy of Design and was living in Scranton, Pennsylvania
in 1885 when he exhibited a still-life at the Pennsylvania Academy of
the Fine Arts. Later he enrolled at the Académie Julian under
Gustave Boulanger and Jules Lefebvre.
In 1889, when he spent some time at Pont-Aven, he exhibited The Great Road; Brittany in the Paris Salon and Bords de l'Oise appeared in the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts' 1897 exhibition.
Mainly, Raught exhibited at the Boston Art Club (1892-1903) and at the
National Academy of Design (1891-1901). From these records we
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