Cook said he wanted to paint "a pictorial study of a civilization unaffected by the machine age."
written by Robert Parsons
and Ashley Rolshoven
"I've always wanted the suggestion of movement in my work," Cook said.
Howard Norton Cook
Howard Norton Cook Highest Auction Prices
"New York Skyscapers" Price: $57,600
"THE BATTERY, NEW YORK" Price: $50,000
"FOG PATTERNS #2" Price: $47,500
"NITE CONSTRUCTION" Price: $34,600
"The Bridge" Price: $27,500
"Corn Dance, Cochiti, Pueblo" Price: $18,700
"Western Mountain landscape" Price: $16250
"Uranium Mine" Price: $16,200
"Tio Vivo" Price: $15,600
"CITY FACADE #1" Price: $14,340
"Cityscape" Price: $12,360
"Alabama Negro Baptism", c. 1920s Price: $11,880
"The Battery, New York" Price**: $9,775
Fine Art prices have risen steadily. Please contact the Gallery for the latest prices and current inventory.
Parsons does not offer Howard Norton Cook reproductions, because no reproduction can compare to the real paintings.
Parsons invites you to visit the Galleries to experience the unmatched beauty of the real art.
Howard Cook, best known for his engravings and wood carvings, attended the Art Students League where he spent two years studying under Max Weber, George Bridgeman, and Andrew Dasburg.
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Cook loved Taos, saying he wanted
"To make a series of drawings and prints in etching, wood-engraving and lithography depicting the people of Mexico,
their occupations and crafts, their peaceful and self-reliant lives."