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 Martha Burchfield. Her last name may be known, but her first? Yes, she was one of the daughters of Charles Burchfield who grew up in Gardenville, NY (near West Seneca). She was a watercolorist in her own right, and the client I've been working with asked me to catalog 563 sketches and preliminary watercolors like this one. 

Martha Burchfield. Her last name may be known, but her first? Yes, she was one of the daughters of Charles Burchfield who grew up in Gardenville, NY (near West Seneca). She was a watercolorist in her own right, and the client I've been working with asked me to catalog 563 sketches and preliminary watercolors like this one. 

 Martha painted for many years until her death in the late 1970s. She gained renown by taking what she learned from her father and put her own twist on the paper. For the project I was asked to index these 563 images and newspaper clippings. That included creating a new file name for the digital images, giving a description of each of the images, and measuring the size the sketch or preliminary painting. 

Martha painted for many years until her death in the late 1970s. She gained renown by taking what she learned from her father and put her own twist on the paper. For the project I was asked to index these 563 images and newspaper clippings. That included creating a new file name for the digital images, giving a description of each of the images, and measuring the size the sketch or preliminary painting. 

Martha Burchfield. Her last name may be known, but her first? Yes, she was one of the daughters of Charles Burchfield who grew up in Gardenville, NY (near West Seneca). She was a watercolorist in her own right, and the client I've been working with asked me to catalog 563 sketches and preliminary watercolors like this one. 

Martha painted for many years until her death in the late 1970s. She gained renown by taking what she learned from her father and put her own twist on the paper. For the project I was asked to index these 563 images and newspaper clippings. That included creating a new file name for the digital images, giving a description of each of the images, and measuring the size the sketch or preliminary painting. 

 Martha Burchfield. Her last name may be known, but her first? Yes, she was one of the daughters of Charles Burchfield who grew up in Gardenville, NY (near West Seneca). She was a watercolorist in her own right, and the client I've been working with asked me to catalog 563 sketches and preliminary watercolors like this one. 
 Martha painted for many years until her death in the late 1970s. She gained renown by taking what she learned from her father and put her own twist on the paper. For the project I was asked to index these 563 images and newspaper clippings. That included creating a new file name for the digital images, giving a description of each of the images, and measuring the size the sketch or preliminary painting.