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Alvin Cohen "Images in Colors"(133 views)
Description: From the Estate Of American Artist Alvin M. Cohen Painted in Paris, titled, signed a full collection from this estate is also available for sale The physical components of an oil painting expand and contract in reaction to temperature conditions through the years and do not threaten the stability or condition of a painting, natural warping to the panel in lower left, shown in photo Origin:Paris In the Style Of:Modern Title:Images in Colors Measurements:32? Tall x 39? wide Medium:oil on Panel Condition:good, some warping Artist: Alvin M. Cohen (1923-2003, American) Creation date:1955 Alvin M. Cohen 1923-2003 Born in Utica New York. He entered Pratt Institute in New York after graduation from Forest Park in Baltimore. When World War Two began he enlisted in the Army and became a Private First Class in the Army Air Corps. While in the Army he filled sketchbooks with drawings while he traveled thru India and Burma and ended his tour of duty in Okinawa. He did cartoons for the Army New Letter and painted sexy women on the side of fighter planes. After the war he finished his education at UMD studying art with Herman Meril. After earning a degree at Johns Hopkins in business he used the GI Bill to go to Paris in the early 50?s and study art with Fernand Leger. In Paris he studied with Fernand Leger from 1951-1952. He won the Grand Prize of the Exposition of the Atelier in 1951. There is a copy of a letter from Leger praising his work dated 1951. He had an exhibition in Paris in 1951 at the Galerie Raymond Duncan He spent his time in Paris creating an immense body of work following in the Cubist style. In addition, he also did many watercolor and pencil sketches of his travels through the rest of Europe including Italy and Spain. In 1953 he got married and they lived in the DC area and had two children, he worked for some advertising agencies in those years, and for a time with the Washington Post. In the early 70?s he began working again for the Post and continued there for 25 years as assistant art director. He died on March 25, 2003 at the age of 80.
Condition Report: good, some warping
Dimensions: 32in Tall x 39in wide
Artist or Maker: Alvin M. Cohen
Medium: oil on Panel