Bruce Kapson(104) has an extraordinary display of copper photogravure printing plates by Edward S. Curtis, created for his project “The North American Indian” and completed in 1928. Many of these images of indigenous Americans from west of the Mississippi River will be familiar to visitors but not in this unusual form. Another American master and a favorite among contemporary painters is Charles Burchfield. A collection of his gorgeous, large-scale visionary watercolors created from 1915 to 1965 — many painted at his home near Buffalo, N.Y., and depicting the local landscape — are on view at Bernard Goldberg (202).
At the Tefaf Fair, Old Masters and Powerful Women
Martha Schwendener, The New York Times, October 25, 2018