Charles De Carlo
(1911 - 2003)
Charles De Carlo was active/lived in Massachusetts, Connecticut. Charles De Carlo is known for abstract marine scene painting, seascapes, shore scenes.
Biography Charles De Carlo
Charles De Carlo was born in 1911. He studied at the Art Sudents' League and the National Academy of Design in New York and with Josef Albers at the Yale School of Design.
Charles was a frequent exhibitor with the Connecticut Water Color Society from 1939. After serving in the U.S. Army, he studied art with Jerry Farnsworth in 1946.
De Carlo shared an art studio with his brother, artist Victor De Carlo, in New Haven, Connecticut in 1954, and continued to travel to Cape Cod during the summer months until he ultimately settled in Wellfleet, Massachusetts with his wife, artist Doris Dickason in 1972.
Charles De Carlo died in 2003.
His work is represented in the collections of the Addison Gallery of America
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