Charles Burchfield's Seasons

Charles Burchfield's Seasons

Book - 1994
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One of the country's finest watercolorists of the twentieth century, Charles Burchfield produced a variety of effects unprecedented in scale and technique for the medium. Adhering to the nineteenth-century Romantic tradition of revealing nature's primordial energy through the drama of human emotions, Burchfield made the commonplace extraordinary, the everyday miraculous. Charles Burchfield's Seasons offers a wealth of visionary art rendered in his personal abstract stylistic shorthand that vividly expresses the moods and sounds of light and wind. Accompanied by quotations from Charles Burchfield's Journals, the color plates in this book resonate with the artist's vibrancy.

Guy Davenport is a MacArthur Fellow and Distinguished Professor of English emeritus, University of Kentucky. He has published The Drawings of Paul Cadmus, A Balthus Notebook, and studies of Tchelitchew, Grant Wood, and Henri Rousseau. His most recent work is A Table of Green Fields.

Publisher: San Francisco : Pomegranate Artbooks, 1994
ISBN: 9781566409797
1566409799
Branch Call Number: 759.1 D274c
Characteristics: xv, [72] p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm
Additional Contributors: Burchfield, Charles Ephraim 1893-1967

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