Charles Keeling Lassiter, American (1926 - 2005)

Charles Keeling Lassiter

Charles Keeling Lassiter born in New York in 1926. He was a trained artist who is also considered an outsider because of his style and medium chooses. His work has often described as raw and primitive, the effect is bold and powerful
He has participated in numerous exhibitions in various Galleries and Musuems in the United States, Switzerland and France, Including the Museum of Modern Art in 1956 and the Musée de L'Art Brut in 1986.

Currently Lassiter's works can be found in such collections as the Museum of Modern Art and the Brooklyn Museum.
USA Continental Can Company -- First National bank of Chicago, New York -- Channel 13, NYC serigraphs, New York -- Manhattan Cable TV - Film 35 mm b & w Mylar improvisation, New York -- Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven -- Carnegie Institute-Modern Art Gallery, Pittsburg, Pa. -- Brooklyn Museum, New York -- Wittenborn Books Art, New York -- Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York -- Finch College Collection, New.York -- Museum of Modern Art, New York Mexico Mexican North American Institute of Cultural Relations, Mexico City Europe Collection de l'Art Brut, Département Neuve Invention, Lausanne (Suisse) -- Musée cantonal des beaux-arts, Lausanne (Suisse) -- Kunsthaus, Zurich (Suisse) -- Musée d'art et d'histoire, Genève (Suisse)

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