Charlotte did several large paintings, most of them 2 by 4 feet, which mostly show nostalgic scenes of New England. Traditional homes, classic antique garments, and lively interactions between family and friends are all here. The row houses of Baltimore and Philadelphia inspired Curve in the Square. Most of these scenes are a complete product of invention - there is no such place, except in Charlotte's imagination. However, Ives Farm in Cheshire and Chittenden's Place are real places.