Chronik

Born Ashtabula Harbor, OH
Father died, family moves Salem, OH
Attended Cleveland School of Art Cleveland, OH
Decided to become a painter
Awarded a scholarship at Nat. Academy of Design New York, NY
Met Mary Mowbray Clarke; got one-man show New York, NY
Served in U.S. Army Camp Jackson, SC
Leave of absence from Mullins Co., paints Tennessee, New York, Ohio
Moved Buffalo, NY
First work aquired by a museum Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY
Married Bertha L. Kenreich
Represented by Montross Gallery New York, NY
Moved Gardenville, NY
Represented by Frank K.M. Rehn Gallery New York, NY
Commissioned: Fortune Magazine, paint rail yards Altoona and Harrisburg, PA
Painted coal mines Texas and West Virginia
Elected member of Nat. Inst. of Arts and Letters
Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts Hamilton College, Clinton, NY
Taught summer classes Buffalo, NY; Athens, OH; Duluth, MN
Gold medal, Amer. Acad. and Inst. of Arts and Ltrs New York, NY
Charles Burchfield Center established State University College, Buffalo, NY
Died of heart attack West Seneca, NY

Ausstellungen

1970
The Nature of Charles Burchfield: A Memorial Exhibition 1893-1967, Museum of Art, Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute Utica, New York
1968
Charles Burchfield Memorial Exhibition, Paintings and Drawings, The American Academy of Arts and Letters New York, NY
1966
Dedication, the Charles Burchfield Center, Buffalo State University College Buffalo, NY
1965
Retrospective Exhibition, The University of Arizona Art Gallery Tucson, AZ
1964
Exhibition, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Philadelphia, PA
1963
Exhibition, Albright-Knox Art Gallery Buffalo, NY
1962
Exhibition, Edward W. Root Art Center Hamilton College, Clinton, NY
1956
Retrospective Exhibition, Whitney Museum of American Art New York, NY
1953
Exhibition, Cleveland Museum of Art Cleveland, OH
1944
Retrospective Exhibition, Albright Art Gallery Buffalo, NY
1938
Exhibition, Carnegie Institute Pittsburgh, PA
1934
Exhibition, Phillips Memorial Gallery Washington, D.C.
1932
Exhibition, Memorial Art Gallery Rochester, NY
1930
Exhibition, Museum of Modern Art New York, NY
1916
First Solo Show, Sunwise Turn Bookshop New York, NY