(1877 - 1969)
Howard Elmer House was active/lived in Oregon, California, Kansas. Howard House is known for landscape, seascape and portrait painting.
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A painter of landscapes and portraits, Howard Elmer House lived in Portland, Oregon. He was a pupil at the Chicago Art Institute, and The Chicago Academy of Fine Art. He arrived in Portland in the 1930's, and became a member of the Oregon Society of Artists and the American Artists Professional League.
In some of his early landscapes, he appears to have been influenced by California Plein-Air artists. His portrait paintings included prominent politicians such as President John F. Kennedy, one of which hung in the Kennedy Library, and Lyndon B Johnson. A large portrait of Benjamin Franklin was believed to be commissioned for the Portland based Benjamin Franklin Savings and Loan.
Portraits of entertainers such as Liberace were a
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