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More John Willard Raught

More John Willard Raught
John Willard Raught. Spring Blossoms, Dunmore. Oil on canvas board. 1912. The Stanislaus Collection. Scranton, Pennsylvania.

Graduate alumnus Richard Stanislaus G’98 guest-curated a Hope Horn Gallery Show on John Willard Raught, Scranton’s beloved artist. Click "web exclusive photos" to see more paintings. 

The Hope Horn Gallery at The University of Scranton is a facility devoted to fostering the arts in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Exhibitions and programming are designed to complement the University’s curricula, encourage campus and community collaborations, support regional artists, provide arts in education opportunities, and showcase students’ work. All exhibitions and lectures are open to the public free of charge.

For nearly 50 years, Hope Cumming Horn (1920-2001), a dedicated painter, sculptor, and educator, worked as a vibrant and defining force in the local arts community. Hope Horn’s estate was bequeathed to the Art and Music Program at The University of Scranton. In recognition of her generosity, and in honor of her spirited efforts to promote excellence in the arts, The Hope Horn Gallery at The University of Scranton is proud to continue her work and bear her name.

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