(1864 - 1959)
Corwin Knapp Linson was active/lived in New Jersey. Corwin Linson is known for landscape, narrative, illustrator.
Biography Corwin Linson
Corwin Knapp Linson, 1864-1959, was an artist and illustrator who worked with his friend and roommate, Stephen Crane, author of the Civil War novella, The Red Badge of Courage. Crane read about the War in Century Magazine in Linson's New York studio, declaring, "These fellows spout eternally of what they did, but they never say how they feel. They are as emotionless as rocks." Linson would write a book about Crane, My Stephen Crane. Several versions of the manuscript, and photographs of Crane taken by Linson, are in the Special Collections Research Center of the Syracuse University Library in New York. In 1978, Heddy A. Richter wrote a study of Linson's book, The Long Foreground of Corwin Knapp Linson's My Stephen Crane.
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