Charles Sheeler, Smithsonian Institute, 1968, softcover catalog, Very Good

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Friedman, Martin, Bartlett Hays, Charles Millard. Washington DC: National Collection of Fine Arts by the Smithsonian, Oct. 10 to Nov. 24, 1968.
English, Very Good- softcover, oblong 8vo, 156 pp.

Softcover oblong catalog with red and blue pictorial covers, largely black-and-white plates with occasional full-color. Some sunning to spine, rubbing to covers, some foxing to text block edges, clean interior, tightly bound. Created on the occasion of traveling exhibition at the National Collection of Fine Arts, Jan. 10 to Feb. 16, 1969, at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Mar. 11 to Apr. 27, 1969, at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Bibliography: p. 106-107. Charles Sheeler (1883 - 1965) was an American painter and commercial photographer, considered to be a founder of American modernism, developing a style known as Precisionism, a fusion of photography and painting that had a deep impact on realism.