Lot 1238

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M. Charles North Carolina (b.1916)
oil on canvas, framed, signed: lower left and lower right
H14 1/2" W20" (pr)

Provenance: Property from an upstate South Carolina collection.

Other Notes: M. Charles, the son of an Army doctor, was born in Colon, Panama. He obtained a B.A. in English from George Washington University and a medical degree from William and Mary. He moved to the Outer Banks of North Carolina in 1956 after ten years of teaching in public schools and writing in Virginia.
His work has been collected throughout Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. According to family lore, two of his paintings were purchased by the U.S. Government to hang inside two of the Navy's nuclear submarines. Another painting of his depicting the Bonner Memorial Bridge apparently hung within the House of Representatives in Washington, D.C. In 1965 he was awarded the Seaside Special Award in the National American Art Festival for "Best Seascape."

  • Very good original condition.

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December 6, 2009 1:00 PM EST
West Columbia, SC, US

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