The usual period of getting over the effects of an exhibition and a trip: trying to pick up my life here again, and get re-oriented so that I can start painting again. I have not really been so, since the first trip to N.Y for Carnegie.
The first day home (Oct. 23) I slept most of the day, getting up at late afternoon to drive over (with B & A-) to meet the girls, home for three days’ vacation.
One day spent in town searching, with little luck, for chinrests – four girls to movie.)
Remounting & enlarging some pictures: -
Study of Bertha (1937) reading from 21 x 23 to 23 x 33 –
Uprooted Tree (1920-) from 21 x 30 to 27 x 41
Storm over Irondale (1920) from 26 x 30 to 28 x 40
March Day at Gowanda (1924) From 23½ x 26 to 26 x 36.
Charles E. Burchfield, Journals, October 23, 1941
[Burchfield mentions An Exhibition by Charles Burchfield, held at the Frank K.M. Rehn Galleries, 683 Fifth Avenue, New York City, New York, October 20-November 8, 1941.]