Frank Interrante is a contemporary portrait and figurative painter.
He entered the Massachusetts College of Art on a scholarship for advanced students, completing his studies at the New England School of Art & Design, where he graduated near the top of his class. Working in the illustration and design field for two decades he studied painting and drawing with Numael Pulido, Paul Ingbretson and The Academy of Realist Art.
He is best known for expressive portraits that are part of a permanent collection at the Massachusetts Eye & Ear Infirmary, Harvard Medical School, and Massachusetts General Hospital. He is also known for his award winning illustration work for the New York City Marathon.
Frank’s work has been shown in various galleries throughout America; he has exhibited in the Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts, the De Cordova Art Museum, Lincoln Massachusetts and the Museum Villa Gamberaia in Florence, Italy. He is a member of the Portrait Society of America and The North Shore Art Association.
The recipient of many awards for his art, he has his own studio specializing in portrait and figurative painting in Boston. A strong believer in giving back, Frank uses his art as a tool in raising funds for Boston’s homeless.