Charles Demuth

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Influenced by: Paul Cezanne, The Night life, The Side Show, Circus, Influenced: Stieglitz/O’Keeffe Color and Scale: Small Location: American, Born Lancaster, PA Why? Three styles of painting – Figurative, Precisionist, Still Life Quotes: “Paintings must be looked at and looked at and looked at... No writing, no talking, no singing, no dancing will explain them” Materials: Watercolor / Oils Techniques: Spot light motif, Blotted with dried bread School: Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art

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Charles Demuth "Peaches" - Philadelphia Museum of Art ~ Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA Watercolor Techniques, Drawing Techniques, Lancaster, Charles Demuth, Pop Art, Philadelphia Museum Of Art, Watercolor Cards, American Artists, Art Education

Demuth - Still Life Peaches 1923 Ken Johnson in the New York Times, "and you will discover few watercolors more beautiful than those of Charles Demuth. Combining exacting botanical observation and loosely Cubist abstraction, his watercolors of flowers, fruit and vegetables have a magical liveliness and an almost shocking sensuousness.”

Charles Demuth, American, 1883 - 1935 Green Pears 1929 Watercolor over graphite x cm x 19 in. Sheet: x cm x 19 in. Framed: 61 x x cm x 30 x in.) Philip L. Goodwin, B. Collection, Gift of James L. Watercolor Illustration, Watercolor Paintings, Watercolors, Charles Demuth, Charles Green, Pop Art, Sumi Ink, Watercolor Techniques, Craft Items

Demuth - Still Life Green pears His still life paintings are his most successful works – what is not painted is as important as what is painted. About Design, repeated shapes, VINGETTING

The Death of Nana: 1915 by Charles Demuth (The Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia, PA) - Post Impressionism Charles Demuth, Barnes Foundation, Post Impressionism, Art Database, Oil Painting Reproductions, American Artists, Great Artists, Fine Art, Art Prints

Demuth - The Death of Nana 1915 He did several paintings of the Nana character from Emil Zola the writer.