Charles Sheeler

Charles Sheeler - Canyons // In this picture I really like the way that the colours are very calming and not aggressive. I also like the way that depth that is portrayed in the buildings.

Charles Sheeler (1883-1965)

Charles Sheeler is a photographer and American Modernist painter who is known for precisionist painting.

Charles Sheeler (1883-1965), River Rouge Plant, 1932. Oil and pencil on canvas, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

Charles Sheeler River Rouge Plant, Oil and pencil on canvas, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

Charles Sheeler | Conversation - Sky and Earth, 1940 Oil on canvas, w58,3x h7 cm Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, Texas

Charles Sheeler, Conversation - Sky and Earth, oil on canvas, 1940 Amon Carter Museum director Ron Tyler points out that the acquisiition of a major painting

MoMA | The Collection | Charles Sheeler. Bleeder Stacks, Ford Plant, Detroit. 1927  Dog View

Charles Sheeler was an American artist and major figure in the Precisionist Movement. He was a significant artist of the early Century and represents a wide talent range having created major works as both a painter and a photographer.

"City Interior," Charles Sheeler, 1936, Aqueous adhesive and oil on composition board, Worcester Art Museum.

CHARLES SHEELER American, City Interior, 1936 Aqueous adhesive and oil on composition board Museum purchase in memory of Jonathan and Elizabeth M.

Charles Sheeler | Bucks County Barn |  1923 | Tempera and crayon on paper 19 5/8 x 26 in (49.8 x 66 cm) | Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

Charles Sheeler | Bucks County Barn | 1923 | Tempera and crayon on paper 19 5/8 x 26 in (49.8 x 66 cm) | Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

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