George Chaplin

George Edwin Chaplin studied with Josef Albers at the Yale school of Art, and earned both Bachelor of Fine Arts (1958) and a Master of Fine Arts (1960) degrees. His painting, abstract and based in color studies, is included in museum collections throughout the United States. His studio is in Manchester, Connecticut.
The critic Shirley Gonzales wrote of his painting in the “New Haven Register”: Although he runs through the spectrum of what we usually think of as warm and cool colors, none of Chaplin’s colors are really cool…The color fills the room, vibrates, and seems to fluctuate as if moved by currents of air.