|Draper attended Harvard University and studied art at the National Academy of Design and in Europe. He went into the Navy at the start of WWII and painted combat in both the Aleutians and the South Pacific. Draper became a highly successful portrait artist in America after the war. His portrait of John F. Kennedy hangs in the White House; his study of Richard Nixon is in the National Gallery in Washington, D.C. He continues to paint in his New York studio.|
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