We’re channeling warmth in Washington, D.C. with this work by Charles Sheeler. W…

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We’re channeling warmth in Washington, D.C. with this work by Charles Sheeler. What catches your eye? Sheeler was particularly attached to this stove, photographed in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, which he called his “companion.”

Charles Sheeler, “Doylestown House–The Stove,” 1917, gelatin silver print, National Gallery of Art, Washington, Pepita Milmore Memorial Fund




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