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From Charles E. Burchfield, Journals, Vol. 53, January 12, 1952

Saturday, January 12, 2013

To Albright School – icy driving. Only four showed up (Solowski, Barrett, Levitt & Sulz). I am both angered and bored and embarrassed. Solowski showed me work he was assembling for application to some other school, and talked to me about problems connected therewith, all as he should do – Barrett started a still-life (in W.C.) of the group I had set up. Levitt & Sulz too started canvases of the study but only half-heartedly – and then began to clown — working on each other’s canvas etc. — I ignored them, devoting myself to Barrett – but the morning dragged on all too slowly.
Charles Burchfield, January 12, 1952

 

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