(1887 - 1948)
Frank Calvin Osborn was active/lived in Vermont. Frank Osborn is known for landscape, figure, portrait, horses.
Biography Frank Osborn
From Manchester, Vermont, Frank Osborn was a self-taught artist and also an art patron and collector whose paintings included works by Cezanne, Renoir, and Bonnard.
His wife was painter Alice Newton, and many of his portrait and figure works had her as a model, and the landscape and animal pictures reflected their rural surroundings.
Paintings by him and his wife were left to the Philadelphia Museum.
Source: Freeman's Auction Catalogue, June 4, 2000