Howard S. Schroeder was born in the Bronx in 1910.  He was stationed at Fort Miles in Lewes, Delaware during World War II.  He and his wife Marian stayed in Lewes after the war, raising six children while Howard built his formidable reputation as an artist and art teacher.  This site celebrates Howard’s work - a wonderful legacy for his family and art lovers everywhere.

 

Self Portrait

© Stephen Schroeder et al.  The photographs on this site and paintings in them are the property of Stephen Schroeder and other members of the extended Schroeder family.  They are protected by US and international copyright law and may not be downloaded or reproduced without written permission.  See “Contacts” on the navigation menu above.

Some of Howard’s works are presented in two or three versions - framed, matted and without mat or frame.  Also, Howard sometimes painted on both sides of a piece of paper or board.  These are noted as “side a” and “side b” on adjacent works on this site.  If you own a framed painting by Howard with a sealed back, you may be surprised to find another painting under the backing.