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16 Oct 03 (2) Charcoal Art, Charcoal Drawing, Gothic Landscape, Maine Islands, Bell Art, New York Art, Monoprint, Printmaking, Art World

Alexandre Gallery

The shadowy and ethereal world of Emily Nelligan’s (American, 1924-2018) charcoal drawings reveals a remarkably deep connection between artist, landscape, and medium. Although her formal artistic training, which took place at Cooper Union in the 1940s, was in painting rather than charcoal, Nelligan later switched mediums due simply to the fact that charcoal is significantly less expensive. Utilizing this challenging medium, Nelligan conveys a specific mood which would be impossible…