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American Interior

Artist:
Charles Sheeler (American, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1883–1965 Dobbs Ferry, New York)
Date:
1935
Medium:
Gouache and graphite on paper
Dimensions:
8 3/4 x 9 3/4 in. (22.2 x 24.8 cm)
Classification:
Drawings
Credit Line:
George A. Hearn Fund, 1941
Accession Number:
41.178.1
Not on view
Inscription: Signed and dated (lower right): Sheeler-1935
Tampa. Florida State Fair. "A Loan Exhibition of American Painting," February 1–12, 1966.

New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Two Hundred Years of Watercolor Painting in America: An Exhibition Commemorating the Centennial of the American Watercolor Society," December 8, 1966–January 29, 1967, no. 204.

Cedar Rapids Art Center. "Charles Sheeler: A Retrospective Exhibition," October 25–November 26, 1967, no. 13.

New York. Terry Dintenfass Gallery. "Charles Sheeler (1883-1965), Classic Themes: Paintings, Drawings and Photographs," May 10–30, 1980.

Berlin. Akademie der Künste. "Amerika: Traum und Depression 1920/40," November 9–December 28, 1980, no. 305.

Kunstverein Hamburg die Ausstellung. "Amerika: Traum und Depression 1920/40," January 11–February 15, 1981, no. 305.

New Haven, Conn. Yale University Art Gallery. "Charles Sheeler: American Interiors," April 1–May 31, 1987, no. 46.

Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio. "Precisionism in America, 1915–1941: Reordering Reality," May 7–July 4, 1995, no. 129.

Columbus Museum of Art. "Precisionism in America 1915–1941: Reordering Reality," May 7–July 4, 1995, no. 129.

Lincoln, Neb. Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery. "Precisionism in America, 1915–1941: Reordering Reality," September 5–November 5, 1995, no. 129.

Lincoln, Nebr. The Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery. "Precisionism in America 1915–1941: Reordering Reality," September 5–November 5, 1995.

New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "The Photography of Charles Sheeler," June 3–August 17, 2003, not in catalogue (unnumbered checklist for MMA venue).

Marshall B. Davidson. "American House-Warming." Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin 3 (March 1945), ill. p. 182.

Bernhard Schulz in Amerika: Traum und Depression, 1920/40. Exh. cat., Akademie der Künste. Berlin, 1980, pp. 120, 534, no. 305, fig. 53.

Christopher Yulo in Susan Fillin-Yeh. Charles Sheeler: American Interiors. Exh. cat., Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, Conn., 1987, p. 59, no. 46, ill.

Gail Stavitsky et al. Precisionism in America 1915–1941: Reordering Reality. Exh. cat., Montclair Art Museum. New York, 1994, p. 144, ill.



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