Form Radiating Life, the Paintings of Charles Rosen opens today at the Michener Museum’s Carol & Louis Della Penna Gallery in New Hope, Pennsylvania.
The exhibition features more than 48 works, including major examples of Rosen’s landscape and modernist styles, as well as works on paper.
October 13, 2006 – January 28, 2007
The Michener in New Hope
Union Square on Bridge St.
New Hope, PA
Charles Rosen, The Roundhouse, Kingston, New York, 1927, oil on canvas, H. 30.125 x W. 40.25 inches, James A. Michener Art Museum, Gift of the John P. Horton Estate.
The exhibition is accompanied by Form Radiating Life, a major publication that provides an
in-depth examination of the life and work of Charles Rosen, studying
both the impressionist and semiabstract phases of his career and featuring paintings from major museum and
Principally authored by the Michener’s Senior Curator Brian H. Peterson,
the book also includes an essay on Rosen’s Woodstock years by Tom Wolf,
Professor of Art History at Bard College.