Welcome to the Aviation Art of Gil Cohen ASAA. Here you will discover our extensive range of limited edition aviation art prints by one of the worlds most collected and highly respected aviation artists. Gil Cohen is Truly a "gold medal artist" his exhibitions and awards are numerous. They include the National Military Park system, the Kennedy Center and the Pentagon. Gil Cohen has been awarded gold medals and best of shows by the American Society of Aviation Artists and has received the certificate of merit from the New York Society of Illustrators. Please click on the thumbnails below to view the larger pictures, detailed description and prices of each aviation art print. If you require any help or further information regarding Gil Cohen's range of aviation art and aircraft prints, please don't hesitate to contact us. Email email@example.com
Gill Cohen ASAA
A highly schooled fine arts illustrator, Gil Cohen studied under Henry C. Pitz at the Philadelphia College of Art. In 1955, Cohen served as artist with the SHAEF Headquarters, Military Intelligence U.S. Army in West Germany. His subsequent career as a freelance artist included service to a multitude of clients including the U.S. Information Agency, the National Park Service, Paramount Pictures, Bantam Books, Harlequin Books, Random House, Holt Reinhart Winston, the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Coast Guard, Warner-Lambert and Boeing-Sikorsky.
Truly a "gold medal artist" Gil Cohen's exhibitions and awards are numerous. They include the National Military Park system, the Kennedy Center and the Pentagon. He has been awarded gold medals and best of shows by the American Society of Aviation Artists and has received the certificate of merit from the New York Society of Illustrators, as well as the Franklin Mint Award. Cohen is a member of the Air Force Art Program, the New York Society of Illustrators and serves as Coast Guard Illustrator. As an Artist Fellow Member of the American Society of Aviation Artists, he has held the position of Vice President and Chairman of the Exhibition Committee.
He also has a great interest in history and aviation which is reflected in much of his work. His vivid interest in the human aspects of the various wars throughout the centuries zeros in on the interactions between men, which eventually have lead to confrontations and successive warring between peoples and nations. He is continually mystified by the recurring observations that some of the most beautiful mechanisms of engineering, designed by humans, are often created by man for the purpose of war.
creative energies are excited and stimulated by the abstract and geometric
shapes of structures of all kinds. He has a keen interest in outer space
and related subjects.