Just an excuse really to show more of Sheeler's work. Charles Sheeler and Michael McKenna and the Influence of the Ford River Rouge
https://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/museums/art-of-fanatical-efficiency-that-has-more-to-do-with-your-facebook-feed-than-you-think/2018/04/06/16516b36-32d0-11e8-8bdd-cdb33a5eef83_story.html If there was any reason for me to the in the US right now, it would be for this amazing exhibition that brings together the artists who sit together under the Precisionist umbrella. The de Young Museum in San Francisco has named this 'The Cult of the Machine' and the works they have brought … Continue reading Art of fanatical efficiency that has more to do with your Facebook feed than you think – The Washington Post
Joy! The UK has come to a standstill today - bit of snow, usual drill...PANIC!!! To pass the time, I have had a rummage around the internet and spotted this: and thought that has a touch of the Sheeler's about it, but surely I hadn't missed one of his paintings! Looked a little closer and … Continue reading I’ve found another precisionist!
I've been reminded that I bought this gorgeous book about the work of the American artist, Charles Sheeler: Sheeler, born in Philadelphia in 1883, was one of the leading artists in the modern movement in America in the 1920s and his works explored the changing landscape that industrialisation was creating. Where Sheeler differs from … Continue reading Charles Sheeler, Precisionist