Cauman doesn't mention Precisionism
once, despite the inclusion of Charles Demuth's Precisionist Sail: In Two Movements (1919) and Stella's American Landscape (Gas Tank) (1918).
The playful experimentation of early modernism gave way to the classicizing abstraction of Precisionism
By the mid-1920s, this kind of photography, often called precisionism
, was rapidly replacing pictorialist photography.
Martin considers cubism, futurism, expressionism, dada, surrealism, and other European movements, along with their derivative post-Armory Show American counterparts: photo-secession, gallery "291," the Arensberg salon, Straight Photography, precisionism
, and so forth.
Charles Sheeler painted River Rouge Plant, an example of precisionism
, or the use of austere line and proportion to convey a feeling of the architectural and mechanical.
Diverse sources such as Impressionism, Pointillism, Precisionism
, Abstract Expressionism, and Asian art have inspired Jacquette's paintings and works on paper.
Grider knows his history; any number of forebears in Cubism or Precisionism
might be named, and several of his one-word titles invoke filiation (Progeny, Relation, Marriage).
Charles Sheeler has been seen as the quintessential American artist, the perfect exponent of precisionism
in the Machine Age.