Rachel Constantine (born 1973) is a Philadelphia-based realist / impressionist painter. Her figurative exploit serves as a tale for exploring her vigor experience, and she uses people, places, and objects closest to her to convey ongoing themes.
Constantine is the recipient of numerous awards, including a Certificate of Excellence from the Portrait Society of America, five awards from the Woodmere Art Museum in Pennsylvania, and one from the Allied Artists of America in NYC. Her deed has been exhibited in the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Museum, Philadelphia City Hall, the National Arts League in New York City, and the Woodmere Art Museum in Chestnut Hill, PA. Three of her paintings were featured in Alla Prima: A Contemporary Guide to Traditional Direct Painting, published in 2009 by Watson-Guptil, NY. Her painting "Self Portrait gone a Man" was purchased by The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts for their remaining collection in December 2018.
Constantine holds a recognize in Painting from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and lives and works in Center City, Philadelphia.