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Charles Haberer

 (1905 - 1958)
Charles Winston Haberer was active/lived in Kentucky.  Charles Haberer is known for regional landscape etching and engraving.

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Charles Haberer


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A leading Kentucky etcher and engraver, C. Winston Haberer studied printmaking techniques under Sudduth Goff, in Louisville, and at the Chicago Art Institute.

Most of his fine etchings were created during the decade of the Great Depression (1930-1940) and depict scenes almost wholly within his native state.

Haberer was a full member of both the Prairie Print Makers and the Chicago Society of Etchers, and was a regular participant in their exhibitions.  He also served as an advertising illustrator for Bacons department stores.


Source:
Scott Wilder, Art Historian and Collector from Olathe, Kansas


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About  Charles Haberer

Born:  1905 - Louisville, Kentucky
Died:   1958 - Louisville, Kentucky
Known for:  regional landscape etching and engraving