Harry William Smith, American artist, miniaturist. Member Brown County Art Gallery Association, International Miniature Artists.
Smith, Harry William was born on July 12, 1937 in Chicago, Illinois, United States.
Student, St. John's Academy, Delafield, Wisconsin. Student, Washington University, St. Louis, 1957. Student, Command Management Art School, Belvoir, Virginia.
Student, Chicago Academy Fine Arts, 1959.
Featured numerous television talk shows. Lecturer in field; author/illustrator: The Art of Making Furniture in Miniature, ABC's of New Hampshire, Windjammers of the Maine Coast, Michael and the Mary Day, ABCs of Maine.
One-man shows include Coe-Kerr Gallery, New York City, Mystic Seaport, Connecticut, Farnsworth Museum, Rockland, Maine, Evansville Museum Art, Indiana, Marshall Field Gallery, Chicago, Colby College Museum Art, Maine, St. Louis Jefferson Memorial Museum, Missouri, Wayne Art Exhibit, Chicago, Indianapolis Museum Art, Public House, Sturbridge, Mas., Maine State Museum, Neiman Marcus, Dallas, San Francisco, Chicago, Miniature Museum, Kansas City, Missouri, Kaye Museum Miniatures, Los Angeles. Represented in permanent collection Miniature Museum, Kansas City, Missouri Fax: (207) 236-8169.
Member Brown County Art Gallery Association, International Miniature Artists.
Married Marsha Bollar. Children: Angela Joy, Michael William.