An artistic chameleon, Charles Demuth (1883 – 1935) easily blended his creative style with his subject matter. A native of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, the versatile Demuth crafted delicate fruit and flower watercolors, as well as rigidly controlled images of urban and industrial landscapes. Implementing Precisionism, a hybrid of Cubism and Futurism, Demuth was one of the first artists influenced by technology and the geometry of machines. Despite severe diabetes, Demuth created over 1,000 artworks and received numerous accolades during his lifetime.
Add a little cool to your lighting with this contemporary table lamp. Standing 21" tall and 7" wide, each lamp includes a unique shade printed in the USA with archival inks, and a modern powder-coated silver base. Fits a standard bulb.