Ethelyn Pratt Cobb (American, 1884-1973) studied at the Art Students League in New York City with Frank Vincent DuMond, at Columbia University in New York with Arthur Wesley Dow and at Cranbrook Academy, Michigan.
She was born in Aurora, Indiana, and was active in Pennsylvania, Buffalo, New York and New York City. Cobb taught in New York at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn and Elmwood School in Buffalo, New York.
Associations included charter membership and organizer of the Studio Club, New York City, member of the National Society of Craftsmen, Guild of Allied Arts, and Buffalo Society of Artists. She received Honorable Mentions at Art Students League, Woodstock Summer School and Buffalo Society of Artists.
Her work is in the Collection of Albright-Knox Art Museum, and Burchfield-Penney Art Center, Buffalo, New York and her work is illustrated in exhibition catalogues The Wayward Muse, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Gerdts and Krane and Arthur Wesley Dow: His Art & Influence, Spanierman Galleries, NYC.
(Sources: With permission from AskArt, Submitted by David Martin, with permission, of Martin-Zambito Fine Art.)
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