Charles Albert Damrow 1916-1989 An American Cowboy Artist
Charles Albert Damrow was a skillful artist-illustrator whose works romanticized the enduring images of the American West and chronicled the disappearing Native American cultures. He captured the haunting beauty of the West, and his love for horses, buffalo and wildlife are evident in his works. He had a deep reverence for the Earth and for its native people. He was fascinated with their culture, their beliefs, and their spirituality, and he loved spending time with them and depicting them in his paintings. Damrow is a well-listed artist and his work has been featured in countless art publications, magazines, and newspaper articles. His work was exhibited in the "100 Years of Western Art" show organized by Gallery West and Rosenstocks. His paintings can be found in numerous private and corporate collections, and may occasionally be found at auction, especially in the western states.
- Paperback | 126 pages
- 215.9 x 279.4 x 7.62mm | 390.09g
- 25 Apr 2011
- London, United Kingdom