Charles Rosen
1878–1950

Introduction

Charles Rosen (28 April 1878 – 21 June 1950) was an American painter who lived for many years in Woodstock, New York. In the 1910s he was acclaimed for his Impressionist winter landscapes. He became dissatisfied with this style and around 1920 he changed to a radically different cubist-realist (Precisionism) style. He became recognized as one of the leaders of the Woodstock artists colony.

Wikidata identifier

Q17492024

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Introduction

Comment on works: Landscapes

Country of birth

United States

Roles

Artist, painter

ULAN identifier

500013751

Names

Charles Rosen, Rosen

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