Private collection Jay Z & Beyoncé Jay Z & Beyoncé, 2016, Oil on Canvas, 46 x 62 inches     

 Private collection Jay Z & Beyoncé Jay Z & Beyoncé, 2016, Oil on Canvas, 46 x 62 inches     

  Private Collection Jay Z and Beyoncé Blue Ivy, 2016, Oil on Canvas, 48 x 32 inches

  Private Collection Jay Z and Beyoncé Blue Ivy, 2016, Oil on Canvas, 48 x 32 inches

Paul Richard Featured Artist in The Street Museum of Art. View

Paul Richard Featured Artist in The Street Museum of Art. View

Paul Richard Featured in Architectural Digest Paul Richard's Artwork Picked up by Gerard Butler for His New Chelsea Digs

Paul Richard Featured in Architectural Digest

Paul Richard's Artwork Picked up by Gerard Butler for His New Chelsea Digs

Paul Richard's Drip Drawing Appraised at $5,500 at Auction December 9, 2009 Paul Richard's Gibbous Moon 2009, attracted a lot of attention being the first piece to sell in the Acria Annual Charity Auction. It was valued at $5,500 and sold immediately with "Buy Now" option. Other popular pieces were a lithograph by Jeff Koons and a Central Park photograph by Nan Goldin. Tom Modern, author, who attendedthe event said of Richard's piece " I remember when he was selling those for $35."

Paul Richard's Drip Drawing Appraised
at $5,500 at Auction

December 9, 2009
Paul Richard's Gibbous Moon 2009, attracted a lot of attention being the first piece to sell in the Acria Annual Charity Auction. It was valued at $5,500 and sold immediately with "Buy Now" option. Other popular pieces were a lithograph by Jeff Koons and a Central Park photograph by Nan Goldin. Tom Modern, author, who attendedthe event said of Richard's piece " I remember when he was selling those for $35."

Paul Richard's Portrait Painting Acquired by Ellison Paul Richard's Bucket Man is the centerpiece in the main room. Paul Richard's self portrait painting Bucket Man was acquired by Larry Ellison, multi-billionaire and founder of Oracle and his daughter Megan Ellison. Bucket Man is the centerpiece of the living space in the "Nightingale House", which sold for $12.6 million. The house was designed by Mark Canadell and finished by renowned real-estate designer and agent Steve Hermann. Hermann also sold a house to Christina Aguilera who also owns a large Paul Richard canvas.   

Paul Richard's Portrait Painting Acquired by Ellison
Paul Richard's Bucket Man is the centerpiece in the main room. Paul Richard's self portrait painting Bucket Man was acquired by Larry Ellison, multi-billionaire and founder of Oracle and his daughter Megan Ellison. Bucket Man is the centerpiece of the living space in the "Nightingale House", which sold for $12.6 million. The house was designed by Mark Canadell and finished by renowned real-estate designer and agent Steve Hermann. Hermann also sold a house to Christina Aguilera who also owns a large Paul Richard canvas. 

 

Bucket Man featured in Larry Ellison's "Nightingale House"

Bucket Man featured in Larry Ellison's "Nightingale House"

July 15, 2013 Superman in Christina Aguilera's mansion National Enquirer

July 15, 2013
Superman in Christina Aguilera's mansion
National Enquirer

2015 Paul Richard for Casa Vogue

2015
Paul Richard for Casa Vogue

June 2009 Madoff Painting featured on Fox and Friends Painting Bought by Emily Fisher Landau for Her Museum

June 2009
Madoff Painting featured on Fox and Friends
Painting Bought by Emily Fisher Landau for Her Museum

May 2, 2009 Madoff's Some Piece of Work, NY Post

May 2, 2009
Madoff's Some Piece of Work, NY Post

April 26, 2009 Bernie Madoff Portrait Sold On Street

April 26, 2009
Bernie Madoff Portrait Sold On Street

                                      2014 Door Drip for Marc Jacobs

                                      2014 Door Drip for Marc Jacobs

Designer Marc Jacobs (drip portrait featured above)

Designer Marc Jacobs (drip portrait featured above)

 Portrait for New York Surrogate's Court. October 4, 2013

                                             The Unveiling of the portrait of
                                             The Honorable Marie M. Lambert

                                              Portrait by Paul Richard
                                             Surrogates Court/Hall of Records
                                             31 Chambers Street
                                             Courtroom of The Honorable Rita Mella

2012

2013

                                                           Skull T-Shirts for Alter Brooklyn

                                                           Skull T-Shirts for Alter Brooklyn

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