(1901 - 1988)
Edgar Corbridge was active/lived in Massachusetts, Rhode Island. Edgar Corbridge is known for marine, landscape, industry, buildings.
Biography Edgar Corbridge
Edgar Corbridge began painting after observing a friend work and believes that his lack of formal training while young had a beneficial effect on his work. Corbridge felt his art, "should influence the daily lives of all people not just the habitual gallery-goers." Corbridge began to exhibit regularly throughout the 1940s and 1950s in such places as Boston, New York, Providence and Washington D.C. He was an active member of the influential Provincetown Art Association, and a window dresser by profession.
Corbridge painted during the Modernist period of the late 1930s and early 1940s, and shares the precise, linear style of Charles Sheeler. In a 1947 review "The Boston Herald" stated, 'We are vaguely reminded of Charles Sheeler, exce
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