Peter Corbin Fish Artist
Peter Corbin is primarily known for sporting landscapes, merging the natural wonders and
elegant drama of the sporting life with the realm of fine art. His vivid sporting scenes convey a sense
of place, mood, and atmosphere in the light reflected off the water or the transmitted light through the
clouds or trees revealing influences of the Hudson River School.
Corbin studied both painting and sculpture at Pomfret School, Wesleyan University where he
received a B.A. with High Honors in Art, and the California College of Arts and Crafts. His greatest
influences have been A.B. Frost, Ogden Pleissner and Winslow Homer.
He grew up in a home filled with fly rods, shotguns, Labrador Retrievers and the sporting art
of A.B. Frost. Using his experiences as a life long angler and hunter he has traveled from The American
West, British Columbia, South America, Europe, New Zealand and Africa recording portrait commissions for his
clients’ love of the outdoors and places they cherish.