John Paul Raine
John Paul Raine was born in 1948. He attended Leeds School of Art in 1967. He then worked freelance as an illustrator for several years, returning to painting in 1985 when he enrolled at Gray’s School of Art in Aberdeen. After graduating he worked for two years as a lecturer in painting and drawing at Aberdeen College, and then for one year on an ad hoc basis teaching life drawing at Gray’s School of Art. He has also taught art in Denmark.
Raine’s work is characterised by its realist depiction of the still life, usually involving flowers or his signature teapots. He exhibits regularly throughout Scotland, his work being held in both public and private collections at home and abroad.
Available work by John Paul Raine:
Wedgewood TeapotJohn Paul Raine
Roller pen on paper. Image size 23 x 33 cm.
Teapot and Helene’s RoseJohn Paul Raine
Pencil and pen on collaged paper. Image size 24 x 29 cm.
Airmail TeapotJohn Paul Raine
Pencil and pen on collaged paper. Image size 30 x 65 cm.
Nasturtiums & MargueritesJohn Paul Raine
Oil on panel, framed, image size 39 x 29cm
Peony and Lily with White TeapotJohn Paul Raine
23cm x 23cm oil on panel
Flowers in a Japanese VaseJohn Paul Raine
32cm x 25cm oil on panel