Art Title:Grapes and Apricots
Size (in.):H: 21.37 x W : 25.37 x D : 0
Grapes and Apricots
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Harold Cohn (1908-1982), was a successful painter, printmaker and teacher working both in Detroit and New Jersey. His work has been exhibited in museums and galleries around the country including, The Detroit Institute of Arts (1933-45), The Carnegie Institute (1941&43), The Los Angeles Museum of Art (1945), The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (1934), and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (1942). During his extensive career, Cohn explored many different elements of contemporary art. These influences can be seen in many of his drawings and paintings; much of his experimentation is thought to be reminiscent of Matisse’s art work. With such a striking comparison, it is no wonder that Cohn has such an extensive auction record.
“Grapes and Apricots” is an original watercolor done by the prolific artist Harold Cohn. This still life depicts a bunch of green grapes and two ripe apricots, which are vibrant in appearance and full in form. The watercolor medium has been used very loosely wit