THE ROUGE, THE IMAGE OF INDUSTRY IN THE ART OF CHARLES SHEELER AND DIEGO RIVERA. Frederick J. Cummings, foreword.

THE ROUGE, THE IMAGE OF INDUSTRY IN THE ART OF CHARLES SHEELER AND DIEGO RIVERA.

Detroit: Detroit Institute of Arts, (1978). Sheeler, Charles. First edition. Oblong 4to., 96 pp., many b&w photos, selected bibliographies. Printed wrappers. Slight soiling to the wrappers, else very good. Item #51682

"This exhibition focuses on how these two artists translated the architecture and machinery at the Rouge into their own unique artistic statements. Deeply influenced by Cubism, they sought to emphasize the abstract qualities and underlying geometry of things, while maintaining the identity of the subjects." (-from the preface). In recognition of the 75th Anniversary of Ford Motor Company, this catalogue and exhibition was funded by the Ford Motor Company Fund and Founders Society Detroit Institute of Arts.

Price: $50.00

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