Raleigh was much in demand for his graceful depictions of the beautiful women of High Society.
Henry Raleigh’s illustrations
Raleigh illustrated the stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald, Agatha Christie, and Stephen Vincent Benet.
The purpose of a story illustration is to make you want to read the story and Raleigh always succeeded.
Delivering just the right message for product advertising was one of Raleigh’s favorite assignments.
It is a part of our genetic code to seek romance. Raleigh illustrated the emotional experience.
Raleigh much enjoyed the opportunity to express the naivety of youth with humor and expression.
Raleigh typically traveled to Europe each year in search of interesting characters to sketch.
Henry made a wonderful living as an illustrator but he often longed to get back to his fine art roots.
This Archive contains 450 items that cover Raleigh’s life, his art and the period in which he worked.