Geoffrey Raymond

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    Attention Art Lovers And People Looking To Hedge Their Bets: Get Your Mathew Martoma Today

    Geoffrey Raymond, Wall Street’s artist in-residence, who’s done everyone from Jimmy Cayne to Jamie Dimon to Lenny Dykstra to Ina Drew, put his paintbrush to the canvas over the weekend and came up with this: “Portrait of Mathew Martoma, In The Manner of Roy Lichtenstein,” which is apparently supposed to be an homage to “Drowning Girl.” As this one might become a collector’s item, and animals in formaldehyde aren’t going for what they used to, consider making him an offer tout de suite. Bidding starts at 10K.

    / Nov 27, 2012 at 2:23 PM
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    MF Global Customer Funds Were Not Used In Connection With This Portrait

    Does anyone have anything they’d like to say to Jon Corzine but have had a difficult time getting in touch? You’re in luck. Geoffrey Raymond, the artist who’s done everyone from Jimmy Cayne, Dick Fuld, Alan Greenspan (collectively known as “The Greats”) to Lloyd Blankfein, Ben Bernanke and, most recently, Lenny Dykstra, has a new […]

    / Nov 11, 2011 at 12:40 PM
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    Bring Lenny Dykstra Into Your Home Today

    Geoffrey Raymond, Wall Street’s artist in-residence, has completed his latest: “Dykstra, Nailed.”

    / May 27, 2011 at 11:37 AM
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    Commemorate (And Potentially Profit From) Leonard Kyle Dykstra

    The last several years have not been the greatest in the life and times of Jim Cramer-endorsed investor Lenny K. Dykstra. The bumps are too numerous to mention in full but include: falling on money troubles so serious that he was no longer able to fly private, having his beloved mansion foreclosed on, leaving the […]

    / May 9, 2011 at 12:12 PM
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    Art History Time, With A Portrait Of Meredith Whitney

    Geoffrey Raymond, the artist who’s done everyone from Jimmy Cayne, Dick Fuld, Alan Greenspan (collectively known as “The Greats”) to Lloyd Blankfein and Ben Bernanke has a new painting out. It’s of Meredith Whitney and a bull, and here’s how Raymond describes it: “Surely you remember Picasso’s ‘Dora and the Minotaur’ from that art appreciation […]

    / Nov 2, 2010 at 4:21 PM
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    Anyone Ex-Lehman Employees Have Something You’d Like To Say To Dick Fuld?

    Geoffrey Raymond, the greatest artist of our time is releasing the Liquidated Fuld and has requested annotations. If you’re not a former Lehman employee but still have something you’d like to get off your chest, feel free, Raymond only asks that ex-Brothers identify themselves as such so that he can put their love notes in […]

    / Sep 16, 2010 at 11:30 AM
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    Say It To His Face

    Geoffrey Raymond, the greatest artist of our time, will be displaying his latest masterpiece tomorrow behind Goldman Sachs (near the service entrance?) and Wednesday at the NYSE. For those of you who’ve got something to get off your chests, the rules are as follows: blue pens for Dems, red pens for Repubs, invisible ink for […]

    / Aug 25, 2008 at 5:15 PM
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    Jimmy Cayne’s Head On Display At Bear Stearns

    If you walk by Bear Stearns Madison Avenue headquarters tomorrow, you might catch a glimpse of former chief executive Jimmy Cayne on the street. Unfortunately, we’re not privy to Cayne’s personal schedule. Rather, we know that Geoffrey Raymond, Wall Street’s most important artist, will be displaying his latest masterpiece, a portrait of Cayne, outside the […]

    / May 27, 2008 at 11:32 AM

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