The art of Charles Goeller belongs to a generation of American modernists in the post-World War I era who shifted from the influence of international styles towards a distinctly national aesthetic. Charles Goeller: The Art of the Unfinished Problem invites viewers to consider the artist’s approach to resolving visual problems through large-scale works from his distinctive early period in Paris, suburban landscapes that wistfully convey the changing world around him, to masterfully executed trompe l’oeil tabletop arrangements.