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biography of Lucile HOWARD (1885-1960)

Birth place: Bellows Falls, VT

Addresses: Phila., PA; Moorestown, NJ

Profession: Painter, teacher, lecturer, illustrator, lithographer

Studied: Phila. Sch. Des. for Women; & with Elliott Daingerfield, Henry Snell.

Exhibited: PAFA, 1910, 1925-30, 1943; Plastic C., 1915 (prize), 1917 (gold); Am. Women's Assn., 1933 (prize); Albright A. Gal.; CGA; NAD; AIC; WMAA; Phila. AC; AWCS; Phila. WC Cl; Baltimore WCC; AFA; NAWA; Phila. A. All.; Overstone Studio, 1950 (solo); Wilmington Soc. FA; The Philadelphia Ten," Moore College of Art, Phila., 1998. Awards: Shillard Med., Phila., Pa."

Member: NAWA; AWCS; AAPL; Phila. A. All.; Am Artists Prof League; Phila WC Cl; Philadelphia Ten; Wilmington Soc. FA; NYWCC; Am. Women's Assn.; Plastic C.; Lyceum C., London.

Work: Wilmington Soc. FA; Swarthmore (Pa.) Col.; Moore College, Phila; Am. Women's Assn. (murals, with Elizabeth Price in 1931); New Century C., Lansdowne, Pa.; Alum. Assn., Phila. Sch. Des. for Women; Thomas Jefferson H.S., Brooklyn, NY

Comments: Often signed Lucille Howard. Active in New York City and Moorestown, New Jersey. Teaching positions: Grand Central Galleries & School of Art; art history and art appreciation, at Philadelphia School of Design for Women (later Moore College of Art, Science and Industry), Phila., Pa.; admin., Wilmington Academy of Art; dir., Delaware Art Center.

Sources: WW59; WW47; Talbott and Sidney, The Philadelphia Ten; addit. info. courtesy of Stephanie A. Strass, Reston, Va.; Pisano, One Hundred Years...the National Association of Women Artists, 58-60; Falk, Exh. Record Series.

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