(1878 - 1950)
Charles Rosen was active/lived in New York. Charles Rosen is known for landscape, harbor view and still life painting.
An Impressionist and modernist experimenting with Cubism, Charles Rosen
applied this style and other European innovations to typical American
subjects. He did numerous snowscenes and was especially drawn to
industrial and marine scenes including factories, barges, and mills
along the Hudson and Delaware rivers. He is best remembered as a
second-generation member of the New Hope Impressionist School and a
long-time resident of the Woodstock Art Colony.
He was born in
Reagantown, Pennsylvania and at age sixteen ran a photography studio in
West Newtown, Pennsylvania. In 1898, he began an illustration
career in New York City and studied with Francis Coates Jones at the
National Academy of Design. He als ... Displaying 750 of 2609 characters.