Books for art lovers > Groundbreaking research from the Burchfield Penney Art Center lives on in the 238-page book “In the Fullness of Time.”
The Burchfield Penney Art Center at SUNY Buffalo State recently mounted the exhibition “In the Fullness of Time: Painting in Buffalo 1832–1972.”
On view were 100 works by 86 historical and contemporary artists with ties to Buffalo and the Niagara region of western New York state. They included landscapes, still lifes, and portraits borrowed from private and public collections throughout the region.
Although the show has closed, its groundbreaking research lives on in the 238-page book that accompanied it. Each painting has been honored with a full-page illustration and thorough entry, and at the back of the volume are biographies of every artist.
To order a copy, visit burchfieldpenney.org.