Title: Frank Coburn (1862-1938) - An Early Los Angeles Painter

Author(s): Bradley J. Delaney

"In celebration of Orr's Gallery's 81st year in business, it seems only fitting that we present this exhibition of paintings by Frank Coburn. For it was in 1908 that Coburn arrived in Los Angeles to become one of its leading painters and it was in 1910 that Frank C. Orr arrived in San Diego to open this city's first art gallery and picture framing studio." "...We hope you enjoy the collection of paintings in this exhibition and also hope this publication will be a valuable document for the libraries of the ever-growing numbers of collectors and historians of the California and American schools of painting." Dan Jacobs, Owner/Director, Orr's Gallery, San Diego, California


9 x 11

ISBN: 0-962-86440-4

Number of Pages: 143

Number of Photos: 102

Number of Color Photos: 86

Documentary of Coburn's life in Los Angeles dating from 1908, with a chronological catalog from the artist's estate.

Orr's Gallery, 2222 Fourth Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101, Tel: 1-619-234-4765. Dan Jacobs, Owner and Director, offers the book postpaid and tax included in the USA for $35. Customer's check must accompany all orders.

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