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 Charlotte Howard  (1919 - 1998)

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Lived/Active: New York/New Jersey      Known for: mod city scenes, figurative and floral painting, printmaking

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Charlotte Howard
from Auction House Records.
Burling Slip, New York
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Biography from Jim's Of Lambertville:
Born in New York City, December 9, 1919, of Belgian and English parents, Charlotte Howard started showing artistic ability from childhood.  A recently discovered New Jersey artist, there is still very limited information known about the life and career of Charlotte Howard.

What we do know is she lived in New York City and Princeton, New Jersey.  She enjoyed a long career spanning over fifty years.  In the 1930s, she worked in a representational modernist style creating colorful figurative works.  In the 1940s and 1950s, her work began to focus primarily on nature and animal subjects.  Painting mostly dogs and cats, Howard also had a fascination with insects and reptiles as well.  

Her love of nature and animals is even more apparent in her work as an etcher and printmaker.  Howard created a striking body of etchings depicting butterflies, bats, frogs, mice, lizards and insects which are unusually delicate and charming for such subjects.  Her oils, watercolor and etchings have been exhibited in shows, galleries and museums in New York, Boston, Cleveland, Philadelphia and Washington D.C.  

The work of Charlotte Howard is in the collections of the Butler Art Institute in Youngstown Ohio, the Smithsonian Institute, the Brooklyn Museum, the Association of American Artists, the Silvermine Guild Artists, the Allied Artists of America, the Park Avenue Gallery, the Philadelphia Print Club, the Wichita Art Association, Bradley University, and the Portland Society of Art.  

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