Richard T. Slone

Richard T. Slone is a multi-award winning artist who emerged as one of the World’s most intriguing and sought after mid-career artists.

His works are often associated with big sports and entertainment events. He has been commissioned to create the official art for many recording breaking boxing matches, including the richest fights in history like Mayweather-Pacquiao and Mayweather-McGregor.

Slone was an amateur boxer who was guided by the late heavyweight champion Smokin’ Joe Frazier before embarking on his artistic dreams. 

His paintings and prints are collected throughout the world and appreciate by high society and art connoisseurs .  His style is easily recognizable and often imitated. 

Slone is the Offcial Artist of the International Boxing Hall of Fame, a title he has held for 22 years.  The list of his collectors reads like a who’s who of A-listers, including Bruno Mars, Donald Trump, Eminem, Muhammad Ali (has since deceased), Nelson Mandela (has since deceased), Oscar de la Hoya, Manny Pacquiao, Mike Tyson, Floyd Mayweather, Hugh Hefner (has since deceased) and many more.

His corporate collectors include, ESPN, Everlast, HBO, MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, United Colors of Benetton, Showtime, Apple, Nike, Corona, Tecate, Montecristo and many more. 

In 2013 he renewed a deal with National Geographic that allows them to publish some of his paintings in up two million books. 

He’s nominated for 2018 Sports Artist of the Year.


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