Charles Sheeler's Early Work: Five Rediscovered Paintings

Driscoll, John
March 1980
Art Bulletin;Mar1980, Vol. 62 Issue 1, p124
Academic Journal
Describes several rediscovered paintings from Charles Sheeler's early work. Information on the career of Sheeler as a painter; Style in painting identified with Scheeler; Contribution of Scheeler to the field of modern art.


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