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Charles E. Burchfield (1893-1967), Flower Pot in Window, 1919; Watercolor and pencil on paper, 21 7/8 x 18 inches; Burchfield Penney Art Center, Purchase with funds from Gary & Willow Brost, Peter & Ilene Fleischmann, John & Carol Kociela, Cindy A. & Francis Letro, Monica Angle & Sam Magavern, Shelley & Ken Drake, Timothy Hunt & Carolyn Morris-Hunt,, Rita Argen Auerbach, James & Joy Brandys, John & Carolyn Darby, Carol E. Heckman, Cynthia Baird Stark & David Stark, and anonymous, 2014

Charles E. Burchfield (1893-1967), Flower Pot in Window, 1919; Watercolor and pencil on paper, 21 7/8 x 18 inches; Burchfield Penney Art Center, Purchase with funds from Gary & Willow Brost, Peter & Ilene Fleischmann, John & Carol Kociela, Cindy A. & Francis Letro, Monica Angle & Sam Magavern, Shelley & Ken Drake, Timothy Hunt & Carolyn Morris-Hunt,, Rita Argen Auerbach, James & Joy Brandys, John & Carolyn Darby, Carol E. Heckman, Cynthia Baird Stark & David Stark, and anonymous, 2014

Charles Burchfield, Journals, January 13, 1964

Monday, January 13, 2020

A week spent in reading up and relocating things in the studio — The carpenters finished up Tuesday at noon —

A slow process of re-arranging things

The two birdfeeders I put up (one by the picture window, and one by the studio) are proving to be a delight — visited mostly by chicadees (sic), nuthatches, sparrows, a brown creeper, and once very briefly a blue-jay —

The last few days have been mild — today sunshiny with a fresh mild breeze out of the south —

After church to the Roycroft Inn. We ordered calves’ liver and bacon, but the liver turned out to be very unpalatable —

Charles E. Burchfield, January 13, Saturday, to Jan. 19 (Sunday)1964

 

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