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 Raymond K. Perry  (1876 - 1960)

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Lived/Active: New York/Illinois      Known for: portrait, religious painting, illustration

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From the Studio Window, Brooklyn
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
The following is from Laura Perry, a relative of the artist. She writes: "I do not have a citation for this obituary. His cousin showed me a copy."

Newspaper obituary dated 17 November 1960:

"Raymond Perry, eighty-four, painter, illustrator and designer, died yesterday at the Dresden-Madison Nursing Home, 36 E. 67th Street, after an extended illness. His home was at 145 E. 34th Street.

Mr. Perry, who studied art at the American Institute in Chicago, was a member of the American Water Color Society, The Salmagundi Club and the Montclair Art Museum.

Among his works are the windows of St. Andres's Church, Pittsburgh, and the Memorial Library, Hanover, Pennsylvania., as well as portraits which hang in the Seventh Regiment Armory and Frances Tavern in New York and the Poe Cottage in Philadelphia.

There are no immediate survivors."
Note from Daniel Aument, nephew of the artist:

Uncle Ray was born in Sterling Illinois. In the teens, 20s and 30s, he worked as an illustrator, creating art work for advertising and also illustrations to accompany short stories published in magazines. In the 40s and 50s he worked for National Publications, the creator and publisher of the Superman comics, as their colorist, and I suspect wrote stories and did lettering and some artwork.

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