Precisionism in America, 1915-1941: Reordering Reality Gail Stavitsky

ISBN: 9780810937345

Published: March 1st 1995

Hardcover

160 pages


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Precisionism in America, 1915-1941: Reordering Reality  by  Gail Stavitsky

Precisionism in America, 1915-1941: Reordering Reality by Gail Stavitsky
March 1st 1995 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 160 pages | ISBN: 9780810937345 | 6.67 Mb

This is a study of the Precisionist movement, which developed in the United States between the two World wars. The Precisionists - a group of painters and photographers including Charles Sheeler, Georgia OKeefe, Charles Demuth, and Joseph Stella -MoreThis is a study of the Precisionist movement, which developed in the United States between the two World wars.

The Precisionists - a group of painters and photographers including Charles Sheeler, Georgia OKeefe, Charles Demuth, and Joseph Stella - were among the first artists to adapt realist styles to the geometric forms of the machine age. They, along with Ralston Crawford, Paul Strand, Alfred Steiglitz, Elsie Driggs, Paul Outerbridge, and Virginia Berresford, among others, also spearheaded the revival of interest in Americas folk- and applied-art traditions.



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