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  • Howard Willard Chinatown New York City
  • Howard Willard Chinatown New York City

Howard Willard Chinatown NYC Modern Noodle Shop Painting

10.00 LBS
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Product Description

This is a beautiful Howard Willard painting of a Chinatown noodle shop. It is a New York City subject with a surreal and modern style and cubist lines. 

  • Medium: oil on board
  • Circa: 1940
  • Frame Size: 22"x28"  Canvas Size: 19"x25"
  • Artist: Howard W. Willard



Howard W. Willard was born in Danville, IL on Sept. 8, 1894. Willard moved to California as a child. His contact there with Mexican and Oriental cultures later provided much of the subject matter of his artworks. Following his studies in NYC at the ASL, he worked in Los Angeles as a commercial artist from 1919. During WWII he served as art director of the Department of Psychological Warfare. Following the war, he settled in NYC as an illustrator for Reader's Digest.

Edan Hughes, "Artists in California, 1786-1940"
SCA; WWAA 1940; NY Times, 10-25-1960 (obit).


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