Fotografía. Charles Sheeler

Charles Rettew Sheeler Jr. (Filadelfia, Pensilvania, 16 de julio de 1883-Dobbs Ferry, Nueva York, 7 de mayo de 1965) fue un pintor y fotógrafo estadounidense. Fue uno de los iniciadores del estilo pictórico precisionista, influyendo a artistas como Stanley Spencer o Ralston Crawford. Se le considera una figura central del realismo estadounidense y uno de los fotógrafos más importantes del siglo XX.
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Charles Sheeler: [Doylestown House—The Stove] (1927). Charles Sheeler

Doylestown House—The Stove

Here's the original photo from 1917 that started Sheeler's pictorial obsession: Doylestown House—The Stove], 1917 Charles Sheeler (American, Gelatin silver print

Charles Sheeler: Criss-Crossed Conveyors, River Rouge Plant, Ford Motor Company (1927). Charles Sheeler

Criss-Crossed Conveyors, River Rouge Plant, Ford Motor Company

art-history: “ Charles Sheeler Criss-Crossed Conveyors, River Rouge Plant, Ford Motor Company 1927 Gelatin silver print x in. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York ”

Berkley Apartment Hotel, New York (1927). Charles Sheeler

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.

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