Industrial paintings

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Full: Front Semi-abstract composition with smoking chimneys. 1925 Wood-engraving, on oriental paper © The Trustees of the British Museum Linocut Prints, Art Prints, Block Prints, Scratchboard, Wood Engraving, Woodblock Print, Industrial Loft, Industrial Windows, Industrial Restaurant


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“Thomas Hart Benton's ‘America Today’ Mural Rediscovered" celebrates the gift of… Diego Rivera, Jackson Pollock, Grant Wood, Kansas City, American Realism, American Artists, Industrial Paintings, Social Realism, Art Thomas

Thomas Hart Benton'sAmerica Today Mural Rediscovered

“Thomas Hart Benton's ‘America Today’ Mural Rediscovered,” on view through April 19, 2015, celebrates the gift of Benton’s epic mural “America Today” from AXA Equitable Life Insurance. Benton painted this mural for New York's New School for Social Research to adorn the school's boardroom in its International Style modernist building on West 12th Street. | Thomas Hart Benton (American, 1889–1975). Steel from America Today, 1930–31. #newyorkcity #bentonmural

Paul Kelpe, Man and Machinery, c. Futurism Art, Chocolate Showpiece, Industrial Paintings, Office Mural, Propaganda Art, Mechanical Art, Park Art, A Level Art, Modern Art Prints

The Fifth Annual American Art Fair Returns to New York

Paul Kelpe, Man and Machinery, c. 1934.

"Workers," Charles Alston, ca. watercolor, ink and gouache, 19 x 14 private collection. Industrial Paintings, Industrial Wall Art, Artwork Design, Wall Art Designs, Artwork Ideas, Art Ideas, African American Art, American Artists, Charles Alston

Sold Price: CHARLES ALSTON (1907 - 1977) Workers (Illustration). - October 4, 0116 2:30 PM EDT

"Workers," Charles Alston, ca. 1940. watercolor, ink and gouache, 19 1/4 x 14 1/4", private collection.

Shows a stylised painting of busy workers in an armaments factory. Ww2 Women, Industrial Paintings, Office Artwork, Museum Art Gallery, Labour Party, Art Society, Galleries In London, Workplace Design, A Level Art

War Artists - World War Two On Canvas And Paper Part One: The Home Front

Shows a stylised painting of busy workers in an armaments factory. Munitions Factory (detail), William Roberts, 1940. Courtesy Salford Museum & Art Gallery.

 WPA mural German artist Winold Reiss was commissioned to design and create two 22 foot m) high by 110 foot m) long color mosaic murals depicting the history of Cincinnati. Clemente Orozco, World Map Mural, Industrial Paintings, Industrial Artwork, Works Progress Administration, Propaganda Art, Bd Comics, Labor, Mural Painting

Depression Architecture

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Art History News: America Today, Thomas Hart Benton’s Epic Mural Cycle Celebrating Life In America, Goes To Metropolitan Museum American Realism, American Artists, Thomas Hart Benton Paintings, Industrial Paintings, Art Moderne, Portraits, Jackson Pollock, Metropolitan Museum, Les Oeuvres

Thomas Hart Benton | America Today | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Artist: Thomas Hart Benton (American, Neosho, Missouri 1889–1975 Kansas City, Missouri). Date: 1930–31. Medium: Ten panels: Egg tempera with oil glazing...

Thomas Hart Benton (American, Instruments of Power from America Today, Mural cycle consisting of ten panels Egg tempera with oil glazing over Permalba on a gesso ground on linen mounted to wood panels with a honeycomb interior Thomas Hart Benton Paintings, Arkansas, Mississippi, Canvas Art Prints, Fine Art Prints, Diorama, Alabama, Art Thomas, Art Prints For Sale

An Era-Defining 1930s Mural of American Excess and Industry Is Revived

After its acquisition in 2012, the Metropolitan Museum of Art is debuting Thomas Hart Benton's 1930s "America Today" mural not as a painting, but as a room.