A native of Somerset, New Jersey, James Fiorentino is a nationally-renowned master painter, known for his photo-realism in watercolor of both wildlife and public figure portraiture. Many of James’ works currently grace the walls of museums, galleries, companies and private collections. James’ work can be seen nationally in books, magazines and on trading cards.
At the age of 15, Fiorentino became the youngest artist to be featured in the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum for his likeness of Reggie Jackson. In 1998, James became the youngest artist to be inducted into the prestigious New York Society of Illustrators, along with such artists as Norman Rockwell and Andrew Wyeth. He has worked with many legends of the past and stars of today, including Ted Williams, Joe DiMaggio, Cal Ripken Jr. and Muhammad Ali.