(1871 - 1960)
Frederick Simpson Coburn was active/lived in Quebec / Canada, Holland. Frederick Coburn is known for genre, landscape and portrait painting, illustration.
Biography Frederick Coburn
Frederick Simpson Coburn was a painter, illustrator, photographer, etcher and dancer (1) who was born and died in Upper Melbourne, Quebec (about 90 miles southeast of Montreal). From about 1890 until 1916 he lived in Europe, most of that time in Antwerp, Holland. When he returned to Canada, he maintained homes in Upper Melbourne and in Montreal.
His mediums were oil, pastel, pencil, watercolour, graphite, crayon, photography and etching. His subjects were winter scenes, horses, logging, landscapes (mostly of Quebec, however, there are some from his travels in Europe), genre, still life, portraits, figures, nudes and dancers.
Starting in about 1898, under contract to Putnam Publishing (New York), he did illus
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