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The China Red and DeMuth

I came across the photo above this morning which is titled The China Red.  It was shot by photographer Jian Wang at Olympic Forest Park… 472 more words

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I Saw the Figure Five in Gold

I was reminded of Charles Demuth‘s painting “I Saw the Figure Five in Gold” earlier this week, and was surprised that I’d never posted an image of it here on ArtDuh before. 137 more words



I Saw the Figure 5 in Gold” is an art piece painted by Charles Demuth, an American Artist born in Lancaster,Pennsylvania from 1883-1935. This specific piece was painted in 1928 and is made of oil,  graphite, ink, and uses gold leaf paint on paperboard. 522 more words

Charles Demuth

Beatrice Wood: The real Rose of the Titanic

On the 3rd of March 1893, the American artist and studio potter, Beatrice Wood, was born in San Francisco, California. Her eventful and 105-years-long life would later serve as an inspiration for the character of ‘Rose’ in James Cameron’s 1997 film, Titanic. 736 more words



Charles Demuth: Dancing Sailors (1917)

I Saw the Figure 5 in Gold

You could blame Brooks Robinson and George Brett, but mostly you should blame a slap-hitting, drag-bunting, slick-fielding, former Atlanta Braves farmhand named Terry Muck. 551 more words

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“Les Grands Boulevards Theatre du Vaudeville,” by Antoine Blanchard
“Vaudeville Dancers,” by Charles Demuth
“Wellington Combined Schools Choir and Wellington College Orchestra, Wellington Town Hall, 1954,” part of a National Library of New Zealand digital collection… 8 more words