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Sheeler, Charles

Born: 1883 AD
Died: 1965 AD
Nationality: American
Categories: Painters, Photographers

1883 – Born in Philadelphia on the 16th of July.

1909 – He went to Paris, just when the popularity of Cubism was skyrocketing. Returning to the United States, he realized that he would not be able to make a living with Modernist painting.

1920 – Church Street El, (Cleveland Museum of Art).

1925 – Still Life.

         – Lady of the Sixties, (Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA).

1929 – Upper Deck, (Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, MA).

1930 – American Landscape (Museum of Modern Art, New York,

1931 – Americana (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY).

         – Classic Landscape, (Mr and Mrs Barney A Ebsworth Foundation).

         – View of New York, (Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA).

1932 – Classic Landscape, (National Gallery, Washington, D.C.).

         – Interior with Stove, (National Gallery, Washington, D.C.).

1933 – River Rouge Plant (Whitney Museum, New York, NY).

1934 – American Interior, (Yale University Gallery, New Haven, CT).


1936 – City Interior (Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA).

1940 – Fortune Magazine published a series of six paintings commissioned of Sheeler.

1965 – Died on the 7th of May.