C.K. Chatterton -- Chronology

1880 Chatterton is born in Newburgh, New York.
1900-1904 Chatterton attends New York School of Art and studies under Willim M. Chase, Robert Henri, Luis Mora, and Kenneth Hayes Miller. His fellow classmates are George Bellows, Gifford Beal, Edward Hopper, Guy Pene DuBois, and Rockwell Kent.
1910 Chatterton begins exhibiting by invitation with Henri group at MacDowell Club in New York.
1910 Snow Clad Town is exhibited at first showing of U.S. art in South America.
1913 Chatterton wins the Isidor Prize for best work in watercolor exhibition at Salmagundi Club.
1915 Chatterton begins 33 year career at Vassar College as artist-in-residence.
1920-1948 Chatterton spends summers in Ogunquit, Maine.
1925 One-man exhibit at Wildenstein Gallery in New York.
1926 "Clinton Square" is selected by Wildenstein for Tri-National exhibition sent abroad and to South America.
1927 One-man exhibit at Wildenstein Gallery.
1927 Becomes associated with Macbeth Gallery in New York.
1927-1945 Chatterton exhibits in major group shows such as Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Toledo Museum of Art, City Art Museum of St. Louis, Montclair Art Museum, Rochester Memorial Art Gallery, University of Minnesota, National Academy of Design, Art Institute of Chicago, World's Fair, Brooklyn Museum, Rhode Island School of Design, Carnegie International, and others.
1929 One-man exhibit at Macbeth Gallery.
1931-1936 One-man exhibits at Macbeth Gallery.
1936 Chatterton is represented in first National Exhibition of American Art at Rockefeller Center.
1936-1943 Carnegie Institute International Exhibition, Pittsburgh.
1936 "House on the Cliff" is acquired by the Brooklyn Museum.
1940 Chatterton is represented at the Golden Gate Exposition in San Francisco.
1941-1943 Chatterton exhibits at the Corcoran Gallery in Washington D.C.
1944 "House on the Cliff" is made into a print, represented at the Tate Gallery in London. This was one of only 29 American prints, both historical and contemporary, in the exhibit.
1948 Chatterton retires from Vassar College as Professor Emeritus of Art and artist-in-residence.
1965 One-man exhibit at Chapellier Gallery in New York.
1973 Chatterton dies in Poughkeepsie, New York.
1977 One-man exhibit at Robert Rice Gallery in Houston, Texas.
1989 One-man exhibit at ACA Galleries in New York.
1999 One-man exhibit at ACA Galleries in New York.