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Howard Giles

 (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.

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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.

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