Stuart Davis' paintings were landmarks of American Art for more than five decades.
"I can work from Nature, from old sketches and paintings of my own, from photographs, and from other works of art. In each case the process consists of transposition of the forms of the subject into a coherent, objective color-space continuum, which evokes a direct sensate response to structure. -- Stuart Davis, 1942"
Stuart Davis' Self-Portrait (1919)
"I see the Artist as a Cool Spectator-Reporter at an Arena of Hot Events. -- Stuart Davis, 1958"*
City Snow Scene (1911)
Bleeker Street (1912-13)
A River View (1913)
Portrait of a Man (1914)
Hillside With Trees (circa 1915)
Backyards, Gloucester, Mass (1916)
Gloucester Landscape (1919)
Landscape, Gloucester (1922)
Place des Vosges No. 2 (1928)
Salt Shaker (1931)
Report From Rockport (1940)
Lesson One (1956)
Twilight in Turkey (1961)
And there is a final picture titled "Fin" which I leave to the reader to view at Artnet's Artist Works Catalogues by clicking here
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