BHNY Fine Art


Richard Royce

American printmaker, Richard Royce earned his B.A and M.A. in fine arts at the University of Wisconsin. After completing his degrees, he traveled to France to study with Stanley W. Hayter. He returned to the United States and opened his own studio where he created etchings, cast paper, paintings, and sculptural commissions of his works. In addition, he helped other artists, including Roy Lichtenstein, Larry Rivers, Marisol, George Segal, Raphael Soyer, Francoise Gilot, and Jim Rosenquist produce their works in various mediums. Royce has exhibited widely, with solo and group exhibitions throughout the United States and abroad. His work is in the permanent collections of the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris, the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, the Portland Art Museum in Oregon, the Fine Arts Museum of Long Island in New York, and the International Paper Corporation in New York.