(1876 - 1955)
Howard Everett Giles was active/lived in New York, Vermont, New Hampshire. Howard Giles is known for Animals, mythology and landscape painting, magazine illustration.
Biography Howard Giles
Howard Giles spent most of his career in New York City, where he was an educator, magazine illustrator, and painter who espoused the theory of Dynamic Symmetry*. He was born in Brooklyn, and as a young man worked in a New York railroad office. Financial support of a family friend allowed him to study at the Art Students League* with H. Siddons Mowbray. In early 1910, he became an illustrator for Scribner's Magazine*, and in 1912, on sketching assignment for Scribner's went to England. During World War I, he did illustration for Harper's Monthly Magazine*, and many of his images were 'roaring twenties' genre and figure paintings.
In 1912, he began teaching life classes at the New York Schoo
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