So realistic, you might want to water the plant. If Charles Sheeler (American, 1883-1965) is your favorite artist, you can have one of his works from the Philadelphia Museum of Art's permanent collections.
About the Work:
Beginning in the 1920s, Charles Sheeler played a central role in the development of Precisionism, a modernist movement characterized by a crisp, sharply defined style that united the desire for a distinctly American art with the lessons of the Parisian avant-garde. As was often the case, Sheeler based this painting on one of his own photographs, rendering the plant, pedestal, and lamps, as well as the variations in light and shadow, with photographic exactitude.
- from the Philadelphia Museum of Art website.
- Museum exclusive
- 17" x 11"
- Printed on heavy cover stock paper and packaged in a a clear sleeve with backing board
- Made the USA