(1897 - 1968)
Felicie Waldo Howell was active/lived in New York, District Of Columbia, Hawaii. Felicie Howell is known for coastal-ships, genre, landscape painting.
Felicie Waldo Howell, born in Honolulu, Hawaii in 1897, was a painter of oil and watercolor coastal landscapes, shore scenes, Impressionist figures in nature, interiors, and marine scenes. Howell's early work was often interiors, and then she turned to landscape, shore scenes, and marine subjects. She was also a teacher of painting at the New York School of Fine and Applied Art.
Her first husband, George Mixter, was a yachtsman, and many of her marine scenes were painted along the New England coast with him aboard their schooner, "Teragram", including a 1937 series of the America Cup Races.
By 1910, Howell had moved to Washington DC where she was living in her parents' household, according to the 1910 census.  ... Displaying 750 of 2611 characters.