(1886 - 1968)
Harry Hambro Howe was active/lived in Massachusetts, Maine. Harry Howe is known for sailing ships-marine, landscape.
Biography Harry Howe
The following is from Peter Kostoulakos, AOA, NEAA: Fine Art Consultant, www.pkart.com:
The son of Captain T Bailey Howe, master of a Nantucket whaler and painter, Harry Howe became an oil painter of marine and landscape subjects. He was born in Boston and remained based there most of his life, although he traveled widely. He took art lessons from his father.
One of his favorite subjects was clipper ships such as his "John Bertram" and "Witchcraft", which were built respectively in Medford, Massachusetts in 1851 and Boston in 1850. This subject was popular in the East among persons who appreciated their importance to the history of that city. Among his landscape subjects were Mount Chocorua in New Hamp
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