biografía de Charles W. WARD (1900-1962)

Lugar de nacimiento: Trenton, NJ

Lugar de defunción: Carversville, PA

Direcciones: Trenton, NJ, 1933-36; Carversville, PA, from c. 1941

Profesión: Painter, muralist, graphic artist, printmaker, teacher

Estudios: School Indust. Arts, Trenton, NJ, with Henry R. MacGinnis; PAFA, in Phila. and at country school in Chester Springs, PA, with Daniel Garber and Joseph T. Pearson, Jr. Awards: PAFA Cresson traveling scholarship, 1930

Exposiciones: NAD, 1926; PAFA Ann., 1933-41 (4 times); AIC; Ferargil Gal., NYC (solo); Phila. Sketch Club; New Hope Hist. Soc.; Everhart Mus., Scranton, PA; New Jersey State Mus., Trenton; Cauga MA, Auburn, NY (two-person); Cedar City, Utah; Crest Gal., New Hope (solo); Croyne & Lowndes Gal., NYC (solo); John A. Lee Cultural Center, Phila.; Lambertville (NJ) House (solo); Lehigh Univ., Bethlehem, PA (solo); Phillips Mill AA, New Hope; Rodman House, Doylestown, NJ (solo); Schofield Gal., Doylestown, NJ (solo); Bianco Gal., Buckingham, PA, summer,1998 (retrospective)

Asociaciones: New Hope AA; Trenton-Morrisville Art Group

Obra: PMA; New Jersey State Mus., Trenton; Bucks Co. Playhouse Inn, New Hope, PA (mural); Everhart Mus., Scranton, PA; Solebury (PA) Sch.; WPA murals, USPOs, Trenton, NJ; Roanoke Rapids, NC

Comentarios: Bucks County artist who worked in Impressionist and Post-Impressionist styles. Also painted in New Jersey and Mexico. Taught privately.

Fuentes: WW59; Lori Verderame, exhib. cat., Bianco Gal, Buckingham, PA, 1998 (there is also a cat. raisonnÈ in preparation by the gallery); Falk, Exh. Record Series.

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