Painting signed by Jon Corbino Mixed Media Hunt Scene, 1927. It's an honor to have the work of Jon Corbino at CHURCHILL. His accolades are almost endless. He is featured in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan and Whitney Museums of New York City, as well as major private collections. In his short life (1905-1964), Jon created artworks that are far reaching in both spirit and craft. Technically lauded for his smoldering use of blatant color, he also received acclaim for representing noble causes and plights, like The Great Depriession. Corbino was a contemporary of both Thomas Hart Benton and Edward Hopper, and, like them, focused on American realism in his art. Here, Jon created a special hunt scene, giving it passion and a true sense of place...all accomplished with simple line art and vibrant primary colors.
Approximate Dimensions: 16"H X 22"W X 1/2"D (overall size of frame)