Max Arthur Cohn (1903-1998)

Max Arthur Cohn was born in England and was naturalized as a U.S. citizen. He studied at the Art Students League in New York and at the Academie Colarossi in Paris. Cohn is best known as one of the great WPA artists of his day, working is both oils and watercolors. He also pioneered some of the best work in silk screening and published two books on the subject. He exhibited throughout the United States. His work can be found in the collections of a wide range of major museums in the United States, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, as well as the British Museum.

Styles: Contemporary/Abstract , Gouache on Paper , Original Art On Paper

“Nude Figure 1968”

Oil on Canvas

27" x 24" (Framed)

$1,490

“Single Nude 1979”

Oil on Canvas

24" x 18" (Unframed)

$2,200

“Three Figures (1973)”

Oil on Canvas

24" x 20" (Unframed)

$2,200

“Abstract Figures” (1983)

Oil on Canvas

41" x 51" (Framed)

$4,600

“Three Abstract Figures” (1959)

Oil on Canvas

34" x 46" (Unframed)

$3,850

“Seated Figures 1966”

Oil on Canvas

38" x 50" (Unframed)

$4,000

“Black Lines Figures 1972”

Oil on Canvas

34" x 47" (Unframed)

$3,850

“Abstract Figures” (1966)

Oil on Canvas

38" x 50" (Unframed)

$4,000

“Seated Figures 1967”

Oil on Canvas

40" x 50" (Unframed)

$4,000

“Figures 1969”

Oil on Canvas

40" x 50" (Unframed)

$4,000

“Abstraction” (1983)

Oil on Canvas

38" x 50" (Unframed)

$4,000

“Abstract Figures 1983”

Oil on Canvas

40" x 50" (Unframed)

$4,000