(1920 - 1977)
Howard Warshaw was active/lived in New York. Howard Warshaw is known for expressionist, graphics, mural.
Born in New York City where he studied at the Pratt Institute, Art
Students League, and the National Academy of Design, Howard Warshaw
settled in California and became a professor of art at the University of California in
Santa Barbara. His preferred media were acrylics and offset
lithography, and he originated a graduate program in offset lithography.
According to David Kalbach,
former student of the artist, "Howard Warshaw was an Assistant
Professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara campus during
the '60's and I believe, the late 50's. As a muralist, he
completed large murals within the dining commons for the campus dorms.
These murals were based on the life of Homer's Iliad & The Odyssey.
Howard would refer to Goya's works in his teachings and would tell his
students that he was highly influenced by Goya's works.
David Kalbach, Message to AskART
Peter Falk, Who Was Who in American Art