RAPHAEL SOYER (1899-1987) Referred to as an American scene painter, Soyer is best known for his compassionate, naturalistic depictions of urban subjects. His sensitive, penetrating portrayals include a broad range of city dwellers, dancers, shoppers, office workers and fellow artists. Historically, Soyer is associated with the social realist artists of the 1930s, whose art championed the cause of social justice. He also wrote several books on his life and art. His brothers Moses and Issac were also notable artists.

Original Watercolor & Pencil Drawing on Archival paper, circa 1987. Paper Size: 17" x 14." Signed in pencil. Excellent Condition; unframed. Certificate of Authenticity included.

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