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Henry Raleigh’s illustrations

1- Henry Raleigh-High Society-The man with the monicle

HIGH SOCIETY

Raleigh was much in demand for his graceful depictions of the beautiful women of High Society.

Henry Raleigh-The authors-Agatha Christie

THE AUTHORS, 1910-1940

Raleigh illustrated the stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald, Agatha Christie, and Stephen Vincent Benet.

13-Henry Raleigh-Suspenseful monment-Man walking

SUSPENSEFUL MOMENT

The purpose of a story illustration is to make you want to read the story and Raleigh always succeeded.

103-Henry Raleigh-Lithographs & engravings-Maxwell House Coffee

ADVERTISING ART

Delivering just the right message for product advertising was one of Raleigh’s favorite assignments.

5-Henry Raleigh-Romance-The sailor's return

ROMANTIC INTERLUDE

It is a part of our genetic code to seek romance. Raleigh illustrated the emotional experience.

7-Henry Raleigh-Youthful Innocence-The children want to play

YOUTHFUL INNOCENCE

Raleigh much enjoyed the opportunity to express the naivety of youth with humor and expression.

2-Henry Raleigh-interesting characters-Buffalo Bill

INTERESTING CHARACTERS

Raleigh typically traveled to Europe each year in search of interesting characters to sketch.

83-Henry Raleigh-Lithographs & engravings-Hoover letter

LITHOGRAPHS & ETCHINGS

Henry made a wonderful living as an illustrator but he often longed to get back to his fine art roots.

77-Henry Raleigh-Concept sketch-Spanish beauty

OTHER ITEMS

This Archive contains 450 items that cover Raleigh’s life, his art and the period in which he worked.

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