DC Moore Gallery Celebrates Charles Burchfield’s Fifty Years as a Painter

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Charles Burchfield - "Moon and Thunderhead", 1960 - Watercolor, gouache, charcoal and chalk on paper, 34 ½ x 44 ½ in. - Photo: Courtesy DC Moore Gallery

NEW YORK, NY.-
Rarely does the opportunity arise to see a wide range of
work by
Charles Burchfield (1893-1967), one of the most inventive artists
of the
twentieth century. This summer, viewers will be able to see his
art in
abundance in two concurrent exhibitions. On June 10, 2010, DC
Moore
Gallery is opening Charles Burchfield: Fifty Years as a Painter,
an
exceptional group of watercolors and drawings that span his
fifty-year
career. Many are from private collections and have never been on
exhibition before or have not been seen in public for decades.
Also in
June, the Whitney Museum of American Art will present a major
retrospective of his work.

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