Howard Behrens

Howard Behrens (1933-2014): Is one of America’s top artists for more than a quarter of a century. A “true legend”, Behrens’ skill with the palette knife has earned him recognition as the “preeminent modern master of the palette knife”. As the creator of the “embellished” limited edition, and shown in more than 10 acclaimed museums – Behrens’ unique skill has earned him the enduring recognition of a modern master. His works have graced the covers of countless art publications and he has been the subject of hundreds of featured stories in national magazines and newspapers. Behrens was an official artist of the Winter Olympics in 2002 and his “Tribute to Monet” collection was exhibited at the Embassy of France in Washington, DC. Great Masters such as Monet and Van Gogh have greatly influenced his work.

“Howard Behrens passed away after his long battle with Parkinson’s Disease on April 14, 2014. Howard, as a man, touched the lives of everyone he knew – family, friends, and loved ones. As an artist, he touched the hearts and souls of countless collectors who cherished his extraordinary talent.”

– Judith Behrens

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