Henry P. Raleigh (1880-1944)
Henry Raleigh studied at Hopkins Academy in San Francisco, but got most of his training on the job working for the local newspapers, including those of William Randolph Hearst. He combined a variety of media in his drawings, working in watercolor over Wolff pencil, dry brush or pen-and-ink. While his early training prepared him for illustrating all types of subject matter, Raleigh is perhaps best known for his work documenting well-dressed, high-society men and women. He had a consistent level of quality that ensured him a long and fruitful career.



The Vantage 1925

Drybrush on academy board, 17 inches x 16 inches

Harper's Bazaar, Vol. 59, No. 3, March 1925



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