(1875 - 1943)
Howard McCormick was active/lived in New Jersey, Indiana. Howard McCormick is known for mural-Indian, painting, engraving, illustration.
Biography Howard McCormick
A painter, muralist, wood engraver, and illustrator, Howard McCormick became best known for his museum murals depicting Southwest Indians. He was born in Hillsboro, Indiana and attended public schools in Newcastle and Indianapolis. He took art studies at the Indianapolis School of Art with William Forsyth, the New York School with William Merritt Chase, and in 1895 at the Academie Julian in Paris with Jean Paul Laurens. He was a member of the American National Academy and exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago in 1913 and the Salons of America in 1934.
He established studios in Leonia, New Jersey and New York City. In addition to painting, he did wood engravings that were published in magazines.
In the early 1900, McCormick
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