Charles Demuth (American, 1883-1935) Attributed: Cyclamen, 1916. Watercolor and pencil on paper. Unframed.
A painter of allegorical figurative watercolors including a vaudeville series and contemporary floral studies, Charles Demuth was a major exponent of Precisionism as well as more poetic styles that emphasized emotional response to art. Much of his work is rooted in French modernism including Fauvism. He painted with oil and tempera as well as watercolor, and completed about 750 paintings and 350 drawings during his lifetime.
13x10 inches paper.
Private collection, Canada.
Good condition with signs of age; paper is toned; very light surface grime; slight wave throughout the paper; foxing marks lower left edge.
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