Raymond Han is an American artist born in Hawaii in 1931. After study with Willson Stamper at the Honolulu Academy of Arts, Raymond Han came to New York and studied at the Art Students League with Frank Mason and Robert Beverly Hale.

Early on, Raymond Han’s still-life paintings were shown at the National Academy of Design, Dorsky Gallery, Nordness Gallery, Babcock Gallery, Alan Gallery and The Downtown Gallery, all in New York. In 1982, Raymond Han joined Robert Schoelkopf Gallery (New York), an association that lasted until Mr. Schoelkopf’s death in 1991. Since joining Forum Gallery in 1992, Raymond Han has had several one-person exhibitions with the gallery. He has also been included in museum exhibitions in Scranton, Pennsylvania; Loretto, Pennsylvania; and Bridgeport, Connecticut and has had two one-person museum shows, one in Honolulu and another at the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse.

Raymond Han’s paintings are included in the corporate collections of Philip Morris, Inc.; General Electric Company; Chemical Bank; Goldman, Sachs and Company; and Moody’s Investment Service, Inc.; and in the permanent collections of the Picker Art Gallery at Colgate College (Hamilton, NY), the Honolulu Academy of Arts and the Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute (Utica, NY).