Charles Sheeler in Doylestown
by Karen Lucic
About the author:
At the time of writing of these essays, Karen Lucic was Associate Professor in the Department of Art at Vasser College.
Resource Library editor's note:
The above essays are chapters of the exhibition catalogue titled "Charles Sheeler in Doylestown: American Modernism and the Pennsylvania Tradition," ISBN 0-295-97643-8, Copyright 1997 by the Allentown Art Museum. The catalogue was published in connection with the exhibition "Charles Sheeler in Doylestown: American Modernism and the Pennsylvania Tradition," organized by the Allentown Art Museum and held at the Museum April 6 through June 22, 1997. The essays are reprinted, without illustrations, with permission of the Allentown Art Museum and the author. If you have questions or comments regarding the essays please contact the Allentown Art Museum directly through either this phone number or web address:
The essays are being added in sequence as they are rekeyed and proofread. The complete set is scheduled to be published in March, 2006.
Resource Library wishes to extend appreciation to Ms. Shana Herb of the Allentown Art Museum, for her help concerning permissions for reprinting the essays.
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