John H Howard
|John H Howard|
|Born||November 21, 1940|
London, England, UK
|🏫 Education||Camberwell School of Art BA of Fine Art|
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Howard graduated from Camberwell School of Art from BA in Fine Art (painting, printmaking and art history). While he started his career in London, he moved to New York in 1968 following a successful show at the Belgis-Friedel Gallery. In the US, Howard began illustrating for advertising, book publishers and magazines. One of his painting was commissioned for Virgin Records for the band The Ruts for their album The Crack.
Howard has illustrated works for a number of companies including are Global Crossing, Hewlett Packard, The New York Times, Sony Music, Rolling Stone, Esquire, Bantam Books, Warner Bros., Dean Witter Reynolds, and Booz Allen Hamilton.
He has won awards from the Society of Illustrators, NYC and the Society of Illustrators of LA (SILA). He has taught at the Pratt Institute. He is represented by the Kim Foster Gallery. His illustration is represented by The Newborn Group.
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