Item # :EVRM_HISL045_EC168_H.JPG
MACHINERY, by Charles Demuth, 1920, American painting, gouache, and graphite on cardboard. This work is based on industrial architecture in Demuths hometown of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Minimally abstracted with elegant lines and forms, the rooftop machinery with a background of factory is clearly depicted .
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