(1859 - 1938)
Helen E. Coan was active/lived in California. Helen Coan is known for street-landscape, still life.
Biography Helen Coan
Helen E. Coan was born on December 20, 1859 in Byron, New York. Coan grew up in Michigan. In 1883-1884 she studied at the Art Students League under William M. Chase and Frederick Freer.
In 1887 Helen Coan moved to Los Angeles, California and continued her painting. The artists career began with paintings of flowers and fruit though by 1893 she was also painting missions and landscapes of California views. Some of her titles include "Desert Flowers", "Spring at Capistrano" and "Young Sycamore in Spring".
Coan exhibited at the California Building, Worlds Columbian Exposition, Chicago; California State Fair, Sacramento; the San Francisco Art Association; Painters and Sculptors of Southern California, Los Angeles; Alaska-Yukon-Pa
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