Oil Painting Howard Rogers (1932 – present) Cats
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Directory: Fine Art: Paintings: Oil: N. America: American: Pre 1950: item # 903930
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Laguna Beach, California
(949) 246 3952
|“Music Lesson” Oil on board, signed lower right Howard Rogers, a warm whimsical piece of his early work as a youth on the West Coast where he already displays his unique abilities depicting animals Rogers began painting calendar girls, horses and other animals growing up in San Diego, California and visiting his uncle’s farm in Oregon. He apprenticed then professionally worked in sign painting initially, then progressed to illustrator for publications including Reader’s Digest, Good Housekeeping, McCall’s and Cosmopolitan. His unique romantic style won him work with Simon and Schuster and Harlequin paperbacks. His movie posters include the James Bond movie “Diamonds are Forever”. In the 1970s he moved to fine art concentrating on western, floral, figure, and wildlife painting. Rogers is most famous for his work in Western Art. He also created bronze sculptures. He is currently living in Arizona. Roger’s painting “Shouldn’t be Far Now” painting sold for $22,400 (lot # 239) at Coeur D'Alene Auction on July 24th, 2007.|