The , Pennsylvania-born artist (1883–1935) is remembered today as a master watercolorist 🎨
His talent was widely acknowledged in his lifetime, particularly by Dr. Barnes, who collected 44 of Demuth's exquisitely painted sheet—all still on display in our galleries today 😮
Not all of Demuth’s watercolors were universally celebrated, however. Many of the artist’s works depict his erotic experiences and encounters; as an openly artist, used his practice to explore his in frank, striking, and unabashed ways.
In an upcoming, online , Charles Demuth: The Erotic Watercolors - happening Mondays, 1/8 – 1/29, 6 – 8 pm, we'll examine these works and offer new perspectives on the life of a key artist in the history of the Barnes. Join us as we get up close and personal with Demuth’s most intimate works.
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🎨 Charles Demuth. Distinguished Air (detail), 1930. © Whitney Museum of American Art / Licensed by Scala / Art Resource, NY