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Ralph Coburn

 (born 1923)
Ralph Coburn is active/lives in Massachusetts, Florida, Minnesota.  Ralph Coburn is known for geometric abstraction painting, automatic drawing.

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Ralph Coburn was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1923.  His father was a professor of romance languages at the University of Minnesota. In the late 1920s, the family moved to Miami, Florida, where his parents founded a private school. The Coburn School was run by Ralph's father, who spoke six languages, while his British-born mother, who had lived in Paris and Tunisia, taught French. Ralph grew up in a home on Miami Beach, and from an early age was keenly aware of a landscape comprised of horizontal bands of land, ocean and sky.  In recent interviews, Coburn explained this further.  He states that when viewing the world around him, the major forms and elements in his field of vision have always been presented in   ...  Displaying 750 of 12524 characters.

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Black and White Cross, 1949/1950, " Oil on multiple canvas panels with painted wooden sections", 27 1/2 x 50"
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