Charles Burchfield was an American artist, known for dark and spooky watercolor paintings that depict highly personal images of nature and small towns. Throughout most of his career, watercolor was his medium of choice, sometimes used in combination with gouache, graphite, charcoal, conté crayon, chalk, or pastel.
image: Charles Burchfield - Study for Skunk Cabbage, 1931 (detail). Watercolor
on Paper. 23 × 24 × 1 in. 58.4 × 61 × 2.5 cm. Photo courtesy RoGallery