Frank G Howes (1916-1989)
|Artist Name||Frank G Howes (1916-1989)|
|Description||A large detailed Art Deco pencil charcoal impressionist depiction of a ballet dancer which was executed circa 1958 by Frank G Howes. Excellent provenance; Ex Christie’s and from a collection of works of an art dealer, Campbell Wilson.
Signed lower right.
|Provenance||Ex Christie’s. Sussex Auction. Collection of art dealer Campbell Wilson.|
|Medium||Pencil on Paper|
|Size||24 x 19 inches|
|Frame||Gallery frame 30 inches by 25 inches and in good condition.|
|Biography||Frank G Howes (1916-1989) studied at Gloucester School of Art and the Royal College of Art. ARCA painting and etching and engraving. He worked in the wartime RAF medical services. Howes later taught drawing and printmaking at Guildford and Farnham Schools of Art. He was a frequent RA Summer show exhibitor. Howes had solo and shared shows including the Folio Society and works in many private collections.|