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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 E. Burchfield, Journals, Vol. 33, Dec. 3, 1919

Saturday, December 3, 2016

            Now (midnight) the roofs are all covered with frost, tall white smoke goes up from one chimney into the vast moonlit sky; even shadows are silvery — the silence is profound — What a wonderful thing that an expected season never fails us — this midwinter Spring, so fleeting and elusive that we fear another year will not bring it — yet it always comes.
Charles E. Burchfield, December 3, 1919 

 

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