Oscar Cahén (b. February 8, 1916 Copenhagen, Denmark - d. November 26, 1956 Oakville, Ontario) was a Canadian painter and illustrator. Cahén is best known as a member of Painters Eleven a group of abstract artists active in Toronto from 1954-1960.
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... Cahén was trained in Europe and taught in Prague before escaping the Nazi occupation in 1938 ... Cahén worked as an illustrator for magazines such as Maclean's, Chatelaine and New Liberty ... Harold Town and others involved in avant-garde art in Toronto and Cahén was included in the Abstracts at Home exhibition held in 1953 at the Robert Simpson Company, Toronto ...