Howard Bradford Vintage Signed Serigraph Print Tiltled "sheer Spaces #1" 1960
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Howard Bradford Vintage Signed Serigraph Print Tiltled "sheer Spaces #1" 1960:
All prints are printed by hand by my father Howard Bradford. He started printing serigraphs from the 1950s to the 80s. I will be posting new images from time to time. If you buy more then one print I can ship them together and you will only be charged one shipping charge. All the prints are unframed and shipped in tubes. I guarantee your print will arrive undamaged or I will give you a full refund. I also have prints of my mother Dorothy Bowman. You can see her work here on . If you see more then one print you want you can contact me here on and most times I will get back to you within the hour. Sometimes I can give you a better price if you buy more then one print. (Sometimes) Thank you for stopping by.
Bradford was born in Toronto, Canada on July 14th, 1919 and moved, at a
young age, to Los Angeles, California. He spent his youth raising
chickens and growing dahlias, the influence of which can be seen in his
later paintings. In his 20's Howard was inspired to become an artist by
his mentor Elwood Decker.
After serving in the Army during
World War II, Howard took advantage of the opportunity provided by the
GI bill and enrolled in Chouinard Art Institute. While at Chouinard,
Howard met Dorothy Bowman and they were later married. The two studied
together at the Jepson Art Institute and San Francisco Art Institute.
Howard and Dorothy settled in Big Sur and became a part of the thriving
art scene in the late 1950's and '60's. In 1960 Howard was awarded a
Guggenheim Fellowship for creative was a Lifetime Member of the Carmel Art Association.
The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Library of Congress; Boston Museum of Fine Arts; New York Public Library; Crocker Art Gallery; New Britain Museum; Le Bibliotheque National de France; Victoria & Albert Museum, England; Monterey Peninsula Art Who in American Art: 1972
Who's Who in the West.