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the quality of being reproducible in amount or performance

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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).