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Raymond Verdaguer
Painter & Engraver ( Illustr. Free lance contributor )
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Raymond Verdaguer Feb 13
Commissioned linoleum cut by The Lincoln Center, New York, 1995 for their dance and music year event : “ Mid Summer Night Swing “. On those days it was Valentins’ day ever day!
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Raymond Verdaguer Jan 23
Upgrading today my preliminary sketch. A 9 years ago (Jan 22, 2010) assignment for a New York Times about the catastrophic earthquake that happen in Haiti. The published version that appeared on the Op-Ed is a B&W linoleum cut inspired by this drawing, and is my yesterday’s post.
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Raymond Verdaguer Jan 22
Haiti's Earthquake, 9 years ago today, Jan 22, 2010, the New York Times published a commissioned linoleum cut to illustrate " To Heal Haiti, Look to History, Not Nature" by Mark Danner. How my graphic can give justice to the…
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Raymond Verdaguer Jan 21
I came across this illustration I will like to share. I created it originally for Prospect Magazine UK, 2008. It could be related to the "speeches" of The Civil Right Movement. Visually less familiar than the "marches" that have…
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Raymond Verdaguer Jan 20
Civil Rights March - «  making to the mountain top » - Revisiting one of my 2009 sketch for a book cover proposal commissioned by The Georgia University Press titled « The Civil Rights Reader ». We decided for a bolder image instead why I engraved from linoleum as a final cover.
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Raymond Verdaguer Jan 8
“Los caminos de la inmigración” A commissioned & published linoleum cut illustration cover by El Ciervo Barcelona Spain Dec. 2005 Not a new debate - beings, animals, insects and plants exist today as such because of their millions of years of migration, life isn’t static.
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Raymond Verdaguer Jan 3
2018 end with unresolved injustices to be carried into this early 2019’s days. We are into believing ending and entering any imaginary doorways out of a bubbly glass of booze. Did Abe Lincoln truly erased any on a Jan 1, with the stoke of his pen?
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Raymond Verdaguer Dec 30
Sketches for my 2019 New Year card, a tradition I try to keep to express my gratitude to others. One choice for the final to be cut and print out of linoleum. Blessings to all. For update please view + 3 Instagram accounts: raimonart raimonaqua raimonfoto
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Raymond Verdaguer Dec 22
Every year during this season I am aggravated by the amount of nature wasted in the name of joy, in New York’s streets chopped trees are for sale, soon after after having been displayed in appartement they return to the streets as a nuisance ending to the garbage.
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Raymond Verdaguer Dec 7
2019 Commissioned New Year Cards On The Go. The number 9, pronounce by French like "enough " without "e', sounds to them either like "new " or "egg"
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Raymond Verdaguer Dec 4
Repost 13 y ago: New York Times Op-Ed 2005 “ Be French or Die Trying “. In my very early years I was told by my very mother that Santa Claus, who is due to reappear soon this days, didn’t exist: the parents were buying the presents.
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Raymond Verdaguer Nov 23
Black Friday, commissioner and published linoleum cut by thé Wall Street Journal - 13 y ago
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Raymond Verdaguer Nov 23
▪️23/11/2018 - what about the Dow? or the day after
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Raymond Verdaguer Nov 18
Replying to @FabriceJaumont
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Raymond Verdaguer Nov 18
Book covers – La Revolucion Bilingüe – Die Bilinguale Revolution
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Raymond Verdaguer Aug 1
Replying to @TbrBooks
Thank you for your Ward support,
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Raymond Verdaguer May 18
CUTS with HASHTAG # An invitation by IABLIS Jahrbuch für europäische Progresse 2005, Germany, to create an engraved series on human struggle
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Raymond Verdaguer May 14
"Darfur's Fleeting Moment ", illustrating humanitarian crisis perpetrated by wars, commissioned & published 12 years ago, The New York Times
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Raymond Verdaguer May 1
Congratulations for your great achievement @ThomasDeshays
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Raymond Verdaguer May 1
Thank you , I truly appreciate your supportive comment on my work.
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