Richard Bosman (b.1944) was born in Madras, India and raised in Egypt and Australia.  He was educated in England and later moved to New York. His narrative imagery captures and freezes moments in time. A major figure in what has been called both new expressionism and the figurative expressionism movement, his paintings and prints are in the collections of museums throughout the world including the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY;  the Australian National Gallery, Canberra, Australia;  the    Baltimore Museum of Art;  the Bibliotheque National, Paris;  the Eli Broad Family Foundation, Los Angeles;  the Brooklyn Museum;  the Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, VA;  the Contemporary Museum, Honolulu;  the Des Moines Arts Center;  the Detroit Institute of Art;  the Museo Tamayo, Mexico City;  the Carnegie Institute, Pittsburg;   the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles;  The Museum of Modern Art, New York;  the National Museum of American Art, Washington, DC;  the New York Public Library, New York;  the Philadelphia Museum of Art;  the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York;  the Walker Art Center and the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art.

Small Prints

Medium Prints