(1888 - 1962)
Constance Cochrane was active/lived in Pennsylvania, Florida. Constance Cochrane is known for landscape, coastal view, portrait painting.
A member of a Navy family, Constance Cochrane first learned drawing from her father's clerk. during World War I, she designed camouflage for navy battleships.
She was a member of the Philadelphia Ten who exhibited at the Art Club in Philadelphia. She also painted on Monhegan Island, Maine.
Source: Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art"