(1882 - 1921)
Charles Schell Corson was active/lived in Pennsylvania. Charles Corson is known for impressionist and realist landscape painting.
Biography Charles Corson
A descendent of a long-established Pennsylvania family with strong art ties, Charles Schell Corson attended the University of Pennsylvania and Drexel Institute. He was a member of the Philadelphia Art Club, Philadelphia Art Alliance, and exhibited at the former in 1915 and 1917. He also exhibited at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts' 104th Annual Exhibition (1909), February Day and at its 105th Annual Exhibition (1910), Towpath, New Hope and Misty Morning.
Corson died of diabetes at the youthful age of thirty-nine. His paintings are often unsigned, which hampers identification. Works by Corson are exceedingly scarce and rarely appear on the market.