Early Twentieth CenturyAmerican Art
Modernism
Charles Demuth1883-1935
Aucassin and Nicolette, 1921
Modern Conveniences, 1921
My Egypt, 1927
I Saw the Figure Five in Gold, 1928
Buildings, 1931
Chimney and Water Tower, 1931
Charles Sheeler1993-1965
Church Street El, 1920
American Landscape, 1930
Classic Landscape, 1931
River Rouge Plant, 1932
Suspended Power, 1939
Georgia O’Keeffe1887-1986
Series 1, No. 8, 1919
Blue and Green Music, 1921
Yellow Calla, 1926
Pineapple Bud, 1939
An Orchid, 1941
Regionalism
Edward Hopper1882-1967
House by the Railroad, 1925
Lighthouse Hill, 1927
Early Sunday Morning, 1930
Cape Cod Evening, 1939
New York Movie, 1939
Gas, 1940
Nighthawks, 1942
7 a.m., 1948
Thomas Hart Benton1889-1975
July Hay, 1943
Spring on the Missouri, 1945
The Twist, 1964
Wheat, 1967
Social History of Missouri Mural1936
Grant Wood1891-1942
American Gothic, 1930
Stone City, Iowa, 1930
Midnight Ride of Paul Revere, 1931
Birthplace of Herbert Hoover, 1931
Spring Turning, 1936
Haying, 1939
New Road, 1939
Jacob Lawrence1917-2000
Street Scene—Restaurant, 1938
Interior Scene, 1937
Harriet Tubman Series: Dream ofFreedom, 1940
This is Harlem, 1943
The Library, 1960
Self-Portrait, 1977
The Migration of the Negro1939-1941
Panel 1: During the War There Was a GreatMigration North by Southern Negroes
Panel 10: They Were Very Poor
Panel 34: The Black Press Urged theBlacks to Leave the South
Panel 49: They Also FoundDiscrimination
Panel 57: The Black Worker Was Also Oneof the Last Groups to Leave the South
Early Twentieth Century American Art
Early Twentieth Century American Art
Early Twentieth Century American Art
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Early Twentieth Century American Art

  1. 1. Early Twentieth CenturyAmerican Art
  2. 2. Modernism
  3. 3. Charles Demuth1883-1935
  4. 4. Aucassin and Nicolette, 1921
  5. 5. Modern Conveniences, 1921
  6. 6. My Egypt, 1927
  7. 7. I Saw the Figure Five in Gold, 1928
  8. 8. Buildings, 1931
  9. 9. Chimney and Water Tower, 1931
  10. 10. Charles Sheeler1993-1965
  11. 11. Church Street El, 1920
  12. 12. American Landscape, 1930
  13. 13. Classic Landscape, 1931
  14. 14. River Rouge Plant, 1932
  15. 15. Suspended Power, 1939
  16. 16. Georgia O’Keeffe1887-1986
  17. 17. Series 1, No. 8, 1919
  18. 18. Blue and Green Music, 1921
  19. 19. Yellow Calla, 1926
  20. 20. Pineapple Bud, 1939
  21. 21. An Orchid, 1941
  22. 22. Regionalism
  23. 23. Edward Hopper1882-1967
  24. 24. House by the Railroad, 1925
  25. 25. Lighthouse Hill, 1927
  26. 26. Early Sunday Morning, 1930
  27. 27. Cape Cod Evening, 1939
  28. 28. New York Movie, 1939
  29. 29. Gas, 1940
  30. 30. Nighthawks, 1942
  31. 31. 7 a.m., 1948
  32. 32. Thomas Hart Benton1889-1975
  33. 33. July Hay, 1943
  34. 34. Spring on the Missouri, 1945
  35. 35. The Twist, 1964
  36. 36. Wheat, 1967
  37. 37. Social History of Missouri Mural1936
  38. 38. Grant Wood1891-1942
  39. 39. American Gothic, 1930
  40. 40. Stone City, Iowa, 1930
  41. 41. Midnight Ride of Paul Revere, 1931
  42. 42. Birthplace of Herbert Hoover, 1931
  43. 43. Spring Turning, 1936
  44. 44. Haying, 1939
  45. 45. New Road, 1939
  46. 46. Jacob Lawrence1917-2000
  47. 47. Street Scene—Restaurant, 1938
  48. 48. Interior Scene, 1937
  49. 49. Harriet Tubman Series: Dream ofFreedom, 1940
  50. 50. This is Harlem, 1943
  51. 51. The Library, 1960
  52. 52. Self-Portrait, 1977
  53. 53. The Migration of the Negro1939-1941
  54. 54. Panel 1: During the War There Was a GreatMigration North by Southern Negroes
  55. 55. Panel 10: They Were Very Poor
  56. 56. Panel 34: The Black Press Urged theBlacks to Leave the South
  57. 57. Panel 49: They Also FoundDiscrimination
  58. 58. Panel 57: The Black Worker Was Also Oneof the Last Groups to Leave the South

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