1883 – Born on November 8th in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, the only and indulged child of successful business people–so financially secure that Demuth never had to work for a living, although he was never wealthy. He was one of the most stylistically innovative watercolor artists of the 20th century.
– He painted poster portraits for artists Georgia O’Keeffe, Arthur Dove, Charles Duncan, Marsden Hartley, John Marin and for the writers Gertrude Stein, Eugene O’Neill, Wallace Stevens and Williams.
1903 – Demuth studied at the School of Industrial Art in Philadelphia.
1905 – Demuth enrolled in the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts where he was the pupil of Thomas Anshutz, Hugh Breckenridge, and Henry McCarter.
1908 – Demuth returned to the States where he re-enrolled at the Pennsylvania Academy and finished his studies.
1935 – Died on October 3rd.