Howard was essentially self-trained, but spent five years as a journeyman painter at the decorating firm of Louis Bouche and Rudolph Guertier in New York. His first one-man show was at the Whitney Museum Studio Club in 1926. By 1932, Howard’s work was included in the landmark exhibition at the Julien Levy Gallery, which introduced Surrealism to the United States. Marriage, in 1934, to British painter Madge Knight, precipitated a move to London and exposure to the avant-garde artistic circles there. With the outbreak of World War II, the couple moved to the San Francisco Bay area, where Howard became a leading figure in Abstract Surrealism as teacher, painter and exhibitor.
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