Howard Warshaw interview, 1974 Jan. 17-Mar. 28

Warshaw, Howard, b. 1920 d. 1977
Painter, Muralist, Printmaker
Active in Calif.; N.Y.

Ferrer, Mark

Collection size: 5 sound cassettes. (82 p. transcript on 1 microfilm reel)

Collection Summary: An interview of Howard Warshaw conducted by Mark Ferrer. Warshaw speaks of the development of his career; influences; his personal philosophy of art; the study and teaching of drawing; and his thoughts on aristocratic vs. democratic art. He recalls Eugene Berman, Rico Lebrun and Julian Levi.

Biographical/Historical Note: Painter; Santa Barbara, Calif. Born 1920. Died 1977.

Donated 1981 by Mark Ferrer, Warshaw's stepson.

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