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Claude Howell is considered the father of the arts in Wilmington. In the 1950s, he started the art program at Wilmington College, now known as UNC-Wilmington, and was its director for over twenty years. Oesterreich discusses Howell's life in and beyond Wilmington, the influences on his artistic career, and his creations.
Artist Claude Howell of Wilmington, who in the early 1950s started the art department at Wilmington College (now UNC-Wilmington), has spent a lifetime painting his beloved seaside home.