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Howard, Deborah

 Person

Deborah Howard is an Associate Professor and Head of Painting Program at the University of Denver. She has been teaching at the University of Denver since 1987. She holds and BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in drawing and printmaking and an MFA from the University of Wisconsin, Madison in painting and printmaking.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Canvas, 2007

 Item — Object: B398.01.00026.00001
Identifier: B398.01.00026.00001
Overview Multi-piece artwork consisting of an encaustic painting on canvas, pair of shoes and wood shelf for shoes.

Canvas has black and white image of women sorting through a room strewn with papers; image is of Nuremberg files being organized. Next to the image are multiple lines of Hebrew script carved into the waxed surface. Canvas is surrounded by ash wood frame. Wax makes surface 3-dimensional.
Dates: 2007

"Nuremberg Palace of Justice", 2007

 Item
Identifier: B398.01.00026
Overview Multi-piece artwork consisting of an encaustic painting on canvas, pair of shoes and wood shelf for shoes. Canvas has black and white image of women sorting through a room strewn with papers; image is of Nuremberg files being organized. Next to the image are multiple lines of Hebrew script carved into the waxed surface. Canvas is surrounded by ash wood frame. Wax makes surface 3-dimensional. Shoes are greenish, brown snake print, peep toe and ankle straps with 3.5-inch heel; they date to circa...
Dates: 2007

Shoes, 1949

 Item
Identifier: B398.01.00030.00001
Overview Multi-piece artwork consisting of an encaustic painting on canvas, pair of shoes and wood shelf for shoes.

Shoes are greenish, brown snake print, peep toe and ankle straps with 3.5-inch heel; they date to circa 1949. Shoes belonged to the mother of one of Deborah Howard’s portrait subjects, Harry Lopas, and was also Deborah’s aunt. Label on shoe says “Joseph Salon Shoes.” Wood shelf for shoe display is a simple box of light wood. Shoes and box stored separately from painting.
Dates: 1949