Object by Oscar Cahen

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Oscar Cahen

Oscar Cahen

This canvas, likely unfinished, was on Cahén’s easel at his time of death in November 1956. Oscar Cahén, “Untitled” (616), 1956, Art Gallery of Ontario.

This canvas, likely unfinished, was on Cahén’s easel at his time of death in November Oscar Cahén, “Untitled” Art Gallery of Ontario.

Oscar Cahén (1916-1956), High Entropy (1955), oil on canvas, 48.3 x 59.7 cm. Via Sotheby’s.

Oscar Cahén High Entropy oil on canvas, x cm. Via Sotheby’s.

Animated Item - Oscar Cahen

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Jack Bush noted that Cahén introduced a pastel palette into Toronto. Cahén, “Still-life,” 1950, National Gallery of Canada.

Jack Bush noted that Cahén introduced a pastel palette into Toronto. Cahén, “Still-life,” National Gallery of Canada.

This painting summarizes Cahén’s dramatic colour sense and characteristic iconography in a succinct composition. “Subjective Image,” c. 1954, collection of Jim and Melinda Harrison.

This painting summarizes Cahén’s dramatic colour sense and characteristic iconography in a succinct composition. “Subjective Image,” c. collection of Jim and Melinda Harrison.

«Oscar Cahén: “High Entropy” (1955)».

Oscar Cahén High Entropy oil on canvas, x cm. Via Sotheby’s.

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