Pyzer Cowen (fl. 1910-1930)
|Artist Name||Pyzer Cowen (fl. 1910-1930)|
|Title||Office Interior - Fleet Street Kings Langley|
|Description||This superb Impressionist figurative interior oil painting is by Slade School Jewish Victorian born artist Pyzer Cowen, previously Cohen. It was painted circa 1920 and entitled Fleet Street Kings Langley. The painting shows the interior of a large office, with several figures at paper strewn desks. The rooms has dual aspect large windows and French doors that lead out onto a balcony with views of the countryside or parklands beyond. A very interesting interior oil painting by a London based artist who exhibited in the 1920's.
Signed lower right.
|Medium||Oil on Canvas|
|Size||25 x 20 inches|
|Frame||Housed in an oak frame, 30 inches by 24 inches and in good condition.|
|Biography||Pyzer Cowen (previously Cohen) was a 19th century Jewish born artist who taught at the Slade School of Art along with his brother Ephraim. His mother, Sarah Cohen nee Moses/Moss was born in Poland and emigrated to London. She stayed in the UK with her own family when the rest of her siblings emigrated again to South Africa. Pyzer Cowen exhibited in 1923 at the New England Art Club and lived at 16a Soho Square, London.|