(1926 - 2007)
Larry Cabaniss was active/lived in Ohio / Italy. Larry Cabaniss is known for modernist figure, genre, land-and cityscape painting.
Biography Larry Cabaniss
Larry Cabaniss was born in Akron, Ohio in September 1926. Too young for WW II, he was in the army as part of the occupation forces in Japan starting in 1946. While in Japan, he studied art under Fujitso and then at Pratt Institute when he returned. He worked in an ad firm and then studied in Paris in the 1950's. He was back in the US until 1961 or 62 when he went to Rome, where he did most of his work. He lived about 100 feet from the Trevi Fountain on Via Del Lavatore. He made only rare visits back to the US, usually for an exhibition. He died in Rome in 2007.
In 1961, his paintings were exhibited at "The 64th Annual American Exhibition," located at The Art Institute of Chicago.
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