Richard Fox Paintings
“What most inspires me is color. Vivid color harmonies
affirm life both witnessed and experienced.”
– Richard Fox
Native New Yorker here, born and bred. I’ve traveled extensively in Europe and the U.S., and try bringing my New Yorker’s melting pot sensibility to whatever I paint. If I had my way I literally would “paint a globe.” Concentrating on honing my skills as a draughtsman in the media of watercolor and oil, I sketched and painted consistently over a 40-year period, and also created the covers and illustrations for the interiors of books for major book publishers. My paintings have been exhibited in New York, Boston, Brussels, Richmond, Houston and California, and are represented in the collection of the Williamsburg Art & Historical Center, Brooklyn, New York, and in private collections in New York, San Francisco, Paris, and Luxembourg.
Tree of Life, Washington Square
Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village on a Spring morning with the Washington Arch in the...
Observations on Watching the Audience at the Theatre
This painting is an old favorite. It was sold awhile back to a collector in Houston. I am working...
Painting a Barn in a Vineyard
The simplicity of a field, cloudy skies, vineyards, the farm houses and steep hills in the...