FASCINATING MID-CENTURY MODERN ABSTRACT OIL PAINTING ON BOARD BY CELEBRATED LOS ANGELES MODERNIST PAINTER AND ART PROFESSOR EDMOND KOHN. THIS WORK DEPICTS A CUBIST ABSTRACT FISH RENDERED IN VARIOUS MODERNIST COLORS. SIGNED IN THE LOWER-LEFT CORNER. THIS WORK DATES AROUND THE 1960s. VERY GOOD CONDITION WITH MILD SCRATCHES TO THE FRAME.
WE ACQUIRED FOUR OF KOHN'S PAINTINGS FROM A COLLECTOR'S ESTATE IN THE HOLLYWOOD HILLS. PLEASE CHECK OUR OTHER LISTINGS FOR MORE OF KOHN'S WORK. DIMENSIONS INCLUDING THE FRAME: 21"H x 26"W. Born: 1907 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.Died: 1988 - Los Angeles, California. Edmond Kohn (1907 - 1988) was active/lived in California. Edmond Kohn is known for Painting. Born in Philadelphia, PA on April 27, 1907. By the 1930s Kohn had settled in Los Angeles. For several years he taught art in the San Fernando Valley. He died there on Dec. Exh: Federal Art Project, So. 1936; American Artists Congress (LA), 1938; All-Calif. Exhibition, 1939; Book of the Day Shop (LA), 1940; Perls Gallery (LA), 1942; Haworth Gallery (LA), 1947; Decker Studios (LA), 1948; County Fair (LA), 1949. This item is in the category "Art\Paintings". The seller is "vintagerotty" and is located in this country: US.
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