Howard Rogers

b. 1932



San Diego, California


Female-figure-nude, western scene

An illustrator and fine art painter specializing in female nude figure, Howard Rogers grew up in San Diego, California.

Upon graduation Howard Rogers went to Detroit to work as an illustrator for the automobile industry. In 1970 he moved to Connecticut and did work for leading publications including Reader’s Digest, Good Housekeeping, McCall’s, Cosmopolitan and Ladies Home Journal.

In the late 1970s Rogers decided to pursue a career in fine art. He had immediate success with his western paintings and he soon also began to paint a variety of subjects from western to floral to figure and wildlife. He also creates bronze sculptures of female figures. He works from his home studio north of Cave Creek, Arizona.

Sold At Lone Star Art Auction

Howard Rogers – Robin
Howard Rogers
(b. 1932)


oil on canvas
24 x 36 inches
Sold for: $1,560