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Sheeler, Charles, b. 1883 d. 1965 Painter, Photographer, Lithographer New York, N.Y.; Mt.
Responding belatedly to Whitman's nineteenth-century injunction that modern art must be inspired with "science and the modern," the twentieth-century modernist eventually came to embrace the technological imagery of industrial America, through the influence of—among others the seminal photographer Alfred Stieglitz.
In a period such as ours when only a comparatively few individuals seem to be given to religion, some form other than the Gothic cathedral must be found. Industry concerns the greatest numbers—it may be true, as has been said, that our factories are our substitute for religious expression. (Charles Sheeler)
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As many in this audience already know, the National Endowment for the Humanities, in association with the American Library Association, has launched in 2008 a program that will supply classrooms and public libraries with reproductions of significant American art, one example on each side of twenty high-quality posters, forty examples in all, under the overall title Picturing America .
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Sample Chapter for Galenson, D.W.: Old Masters and Young Geniuses: The Two Life Cycles of Artistic Creativity.This file is also available in Adobe Acrobat PDF format Chapter 1
As part of an marketing campaign for the new Model A, an advertising agency contracted the American artist and photographer Charles Sheeler to take photographs of Ford Motor Company's newly constructed River Rouge plant in 1927.
Some time ago, I posted about Chevron's strategic acquisition and how that affected the future of electric vehicles to this day. There is nothing new about their strategy, not at all. John D.
Ansel Adams: Half Dome, Apple Orchard, Yosemite, 1933
Introduction to Eugenics