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Noel Howard Art

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Noel Howard studied Fine Art at Scripps College in Claremont, California, and continued her education at UC Berkeley, where she received a Master’s degree. She painted in Northern California, the Berkshires, Switzerland, France and Italy.
(Biography provided by Robert Azensky Fine Art)
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Artist: Noel Howard
Vision in Lavender Landscape by Noel Howard
By Noel Howard
Located in Soquel, CA
Abstracted landscape by California artist Noel Howard (American, 20th Century). Layers of watercolor create a dreamlike landscape, as if the scene is just slightly out of focus. Ther...
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1970s American Impressionist Noel Howard Art

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Paper, Watercolor

Northern California Coastline, 1970s Sunset Beach Landscape
By Noel Howard
Located in Soquel, CA
Dreamy landscape in warm tones of a sweeping Northern California coastline and glowing sunset sky, by Noel Howard (American, 20th Century)., c.197...
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1970s American Impressionist Noel Howard Art

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Canvas, Oil

Four Panel Still Life, 1970s Artist's Studio with Succulent Plant & Blue Tile
By Noel Howard
Located in Soquel, CA
A unique four panel still-life depicting a snap-shot of the artist's 1970's studio by Noel Howard (American, 20th Century). A drawing within the drawing with colored pencils, some cl...
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1970s American Impressionist Noel Howard Art

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Crayon, Conté, Laid Paper

Still Life with Succulent Meditation
By Noel Howard
Located in Soquel, CA
Still life with succulent on a royal blue tile floor, with a section of an oriental rug, pillows, and a mug of tea visible in the periphery by Noel Howard (American, 20th Century). S...
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1970s American Impressionist Noel Howard Art

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Crayon, Conté, Laid Paper

Figures & Flowers, Surreal Abstract Meditation
By Noel Howard
Located in Soquel, CA
Surreal abstract figurative of a dreamy, meditative scene including multiple figures and flowers, blended with sill-life and landscape elements by Noel Howard (American, 20th Century...
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1970s Symbolist Noel Howard Art

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Conté, Crayon, Laid Paper

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