Fine original watercolor paining by the noted "California Style" watercolorist Lois Cohen Green. Excellent condition, well framed and ready to display. The sight area measures 13 ½ by 19 ½ inches. The frame size is 20 by 26 inches approximately. Signed in the lower right corner. Be sure to see our other offerings for the companion painting that goes with this work. We will be happy to entertain an offer for the pair. This work features lots of bold colors with very nice lines. An excellent example of the quality seascape/nautical work produced by Green. Lois Cohen Green belonged to the California Watercolor Society and is well known for her "California Style" watercolors. Sure to rise substantially in value over the next few years.
Lois Cohen Green, (1919-present). Born in Chicago, IL on February 22, 1919. She studied at Carnegie Tech in Pittsburgh, PA and with Samuel Rosenberg. She worked as a fashion illustrator in Pittsburgh before moving to Los Angeles, California, in 1938. She further studied there at the Chouinard School of Art and at UCLA while working as a motion picture illustrator and painting in her leisure. In 1945 she married Eugene Cohen and continued her art career. Beginning in 1973 she created the paintings for projection at Griffith Observatory. Upon retirement in 1986, she moved to Paradise, CA where she is currently living. Primarily a watercolorist, her work also includes oils and prints. Her subject matter includes figures, landscapes, animals, and urban scenes. In 1999 she was included in an exhibition called "This Side of Eden: Images of Steinbeck's California" by the Steinbeck Center.
Edan Milton Hughes, Artist in California, 1786-1940, vol. II Who Was Who in American Art: 1564-1975, Falk, Peter Hastings (editor),Sound View Press, 1999