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Framed Songs of Childhood
Songs of Childhood
by Charles Courtney Curran
18" x 15" Frame
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Charles Courtney Curran (Born in 1861) was born in Hartford, Kentucky but he grew up in Sandusky, Ohio. He’s a member of Society of American Artists, Salmagundi Club, MacDowell Society, Lotus Club, New York, New York Water Color Society, National Arts Club, National Academy of Design , Fencer’s Club, Cragsmoor Barnstormer’s Theatre , Allied Artists of America and American Water Color Society. He was an early American Impressionist who was memorable both for his stylish exterior and interior portraits of children and women, as well as for his role as a leader at the Cragsmoor Art Colony. Courtney Curran is often compared to Edmund Charles Tarbell, Frank Benson, and Mary Cassatt, who are his fellow American Impressionists. His iconic paintings which feature graceful young women in dresses that are flowing are set against the background of vast expanse of nature. In the course of his work, he received numerous prizes including Third Hallgarten Prize in Oils, Honorable Mentions, Clark Prize, World’s Columbian Exposition, Second Hallgarten Prize, Silver Medals, Pan-American Exposition prize, Society of American Artists prize, Louisiana Purchase Exposition prize, First Corcoran Prize, Shaw Fund Prize, Salmagundi Club prize and the First Altman Prize, among others. The framed Charles Courtney Curran art were and still the most popular finishing option of his art. They are durable and can last a life time. The artist studied at the Cincinnati School of Design under Noble B. Thomas for a year before he moved to New York City in 1882. Here, he attended the National Academy of Design before he joined Art Students League where he studied under Walter Satterlee.
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