John Cornin

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John Cornin is a listed painter, cartoonist, designer, and teacher. Born in 1905 in New York City, he studied at the Art Students League, and the Grand Central  School of Art.

Using the pseudonym "CorKa", he and his wife, Zena Kavin, created cartoons for the Saturday Evening Post and the New Yorker between 1941 - 1952. He moved to California in the 1940's and resided in the San Francisco area. He exhibited his works at the Museum of New Mexico, Oakland Art Gallery, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Denver Museum. He died in 1992

 

 

THIS ARTWORK HAS SOLD

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Title

Abstract Harbor Scene

Artist

John Cornin, American ~ 1905 - 1992

Medium

Oil on Canvas

Circa

1930's

Signed

lower left and verso

Price

SOLD

Size

20" x 32.5"

Style

Abstract

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