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Richard Judson Zolan (1931-2001), has long been
adherent to the principles of European and
American impressionism, and established himself
as one of America’s most exceptional painters.

Chicago born Zolan graduated from the
prestigious Art Institute of Chicago and later
studied at the famed Art Students League in
New York City. He quickly became the prized
pupil of Louis Rittman, an instructor at the
academy. Rittman, a personal friend and
student of Monet for over twenty years, taught
Zolan the fundamental techniques and style of
Impressionism.

Zolan became an artist for the love of creating,
and the recognition his art has developed
stems purely from talent. The most pervasive
quality of his work is the extraordinary synergy he
achieves--bringing to his canvas a triumphant
marriage of modern art with its Renaissance
ancestry. Energetic, prolific, and enthusiastic
about his creativity, he pursued his art with
precision, efficiency, love, and optimism.

Significant exhibitions include the Metropolitan
Galleries in Osaka, Japan, the World Trade
Center, Cape Cod Art Association, Los Angeles
County Museum of Art and the Art Institute
of Chicago.      

"fascination" Richard Judson Zolan, oil on board

Richard Judson Zolan (1931-2001), has long been adherent to the principles of European and American impressionism, and established himself as one of America’s most exceptional painters. Chicago born Zolan graduated from the prestigious Art Institute of Chicago and later studied at the famed Art Students League in New York City. He quickly became the prized pupil of Louis Rittman, an instructor at the academy. Rittman, a personal friend and student of Monet for over twenty years, taught Zolan the fundamental techniques and style of Impressionism. Zolan became an artist for the love of creating, and the recognition his art has developed stems purely from talent. The most pervasive quality of his work is the extraordinary synergy he achieves--bringing to his canvas a triumphant marriage of modern art with its Renaissance ancestry. Energetic, prolific, and enthusiastic about his creativity, he pursued his art with precision, efficiency, love, and optimism. Significant exhibitions include the Metropolitan Galleries in Osaka, Japan, the World Trade Center, Cape Cod Art Association, Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Art Institute of Chicago.

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