Howard H. Newman, American painter, sculptor, artist. Recipient American Academy Arts and Letters award, 1980, American Academy in Rome award, 1980; grant, Tiffany Foundation, 1980, Fulbright scholar, Florence, Italy, 1971.
Newman, Howard H. was born on July 3, 1943 in Elizabeth, New Jersey, United States. Son of Albert and Lucille Newman.
Bachelor in Anthropology and Sociology, Miami University, 1965. Bachelor of Fine Arts, Rhode Island School Design, 1969. Master of Fine Arts, Rhode Island School Design, 1971.
Juror Alice Kimball English fellowship Yale University School Art, 1980.
Exhibitions include Cordier & Ekstrom Gallery, New York City, 1973-1985, Feingarten Galleries, Los Angeles, 1983-1990, Hokin Gallery, Chicago and Palm Beach, Florida, 1984-1986, Gimpel & Weitzenhoffer, New York City, 1987-1991, Berry-Hill Gallery, 1996, Represented in permanent collections Smithsonian American Art Museum, Brooklyn Art Museum, Fine Arts Museum San Francisco, Newport Art Museum, The Gibbes Museum Art, Fred Jones Junior Museum Art, University Oklahoma Art Museum, The Virlane Foundation.
Creator, the Piazza plan City Of Newport, Rhode Island, 1992—2003. Community organizer Vista Volunteer, Laredo, Texas. Volunteer Mobilization For Youth, New York City.
President The Newport Havurah, Rhode Island, 1979—2003. Member of Fulbright Association, American Institute For Conservation Of History And Artistic Works, Arts League Of Rhode Island (honorary), The Century Association (New York ).