Modern Icon: The Machine as Subject in American Art

Modern Icon: The Machine as Subject in American Art

February 3–May 6, 2012 in the Lockhart Gallery

Sponsored by Eastman Kodak Company

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benton.jpg 572KB Thomas Hart Benton, Ten Pound Hammer (1967). Lithograph. Charles Rand Penney Collection.
burchfield.jpg 346KB Charles Ephraim Burchfield, Telegraph Pole (1935). Watercolor, charcoal and graphite. Gift of Mrs. Charles H. Babcock.
darcangelo.jpg 308KB Allan D’Arcangelo. Landscape III. Color serigraph. Marion Stratton Gould Fund.
goings.jpg 575KB Ralph Goings, Paul’s Corner (ca. 1970). Offset lithograph. Charles Rand Penney Collection.
kertesz.jpg 624KB Andre Kertesz, Fan, New York, 1937. Gelatin silver print. Gift of the Genesee Valley School Development Association.
lozowick.jpg 284KB Louis Lozowick, Aeroplane, Image Thrown on a Screen (1926–27). Graphite and white ink with black paint. Anonymous gift.
marin.jpg 359KB John Marin, Downtown, New York (1921). Etching. Charles Rand Penney Collection.
sheeler.jpg 1.32MB Charles Sheeler, Ballet Mechanique (1931). Conte crayon. Gift of Peter Iselin and his sister, Emilie Iselin Wiggin.
wenrich.jpg 498KB John C. Wenrich, Asphalt Plant, Painted Post, NY. Watercolor. Marion Stratton Gould Fund.

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