Oscar Cahen

Canadian illustrator Oscar Cahen had a brief but impactful career in the 1940’s and 50’s before passing away at the young age of 40. Canadian art historian Jaleen Grove has been exploring his work and was involved in putting together a show of his work at Illustration House in New York. I was joined by Jaleen, Roger Reed from the Illustration House and Oscar’s son, Michael Cahen to discuss Oscar’s work. The illustration House is showing his work for the rest of October. I highly recommend checking it out. Really amazing work.

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