(1902 - 1983)
Charles Child was active/lived in Pennsylvania, Maine. Charles Child is known for portrait, nude figures and landscape painting, fabric design, book illustration.
Biography Charles Child
Charles Child was born in 1902 in Montclair, New Jersey. After an uneventful childhood, he entered Harvard University where he became the art editor of The Harvard Lampoon. He then spent five years in Europe and Asia, studying and honing his artistic techniques. Upon his return to America, he used those skills and experiences to become a peripatetic artist who ventured into portraits, nudes, landscapes, book illustrations, and fabric design.
In the 1930's, he painted the fire curtain for the Bucks County Playhouse where he depicted the town of New Hope, Pennsylvania. Local landmarks are Bowman's Tower the Logan Inn, and New Hope Railroad Station, as well as The Playhouse. Many aspects of the townspeople in their daily lives, i
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