Ray Richardson (b. 1964) is a British artist known for his narrative paintings that present views of contemporary life. Born in Woolwich Dockyard, London, he graduated from St. Martin’s School of Art in 1984 and Goldsmiths in 1987. The artist has lived and worked in Paris, Brussels, Chicago, and Connecticut. His figurative work is characterized by a cinematic quality with an urban atmosphere. Hispaintings have been exhibited worldwide at galleries such as Boycott Gallery, Brussels and New Arts Gallery, Connecticut, as well as in Paris and Tokyo.
He is also a two time recipient of the British Council award.