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Richard Lack

(Minneapolis, MN, 1928 - 2009, Minnetonka, MN)

Born in Minnesota on March 26, 1928, Richard Lack was primarily a classical realism painter. He studied with noted Boston artist R.H. Ives Gammell in the early 1950s. His art is extraordinarily diverse including a variety of genres such as still life, portraiture, landscape, and figure painting. Lack also influenced many arists after him. In 1969, he established Atelier Lack, a non-profit studio school which emphasized the artistic traditions of Europe that had seen a decline after the First World War. He also coined the term classical realism and helped found an organization based on the movement, The American Society of Classical Realism.

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