2 edition of Morton Livingston Schamberg (1881-1918) found in the catalog.
Morton Livingston Schamberg (1881-1918)
William C. Agee
|Statement||essay by William C. Agee.|
|Contributions||Schamberg, Morton Livingston, 1881-1918.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 86/11773 (N)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||42|
|LC Control Number||85063444|
New York: Hinds & Noble Publishers, Schamberg, Morton Livingston. Hardcover. Quarto size, pp., with engraved frontis and art nouveau title-page. Near Fine. Item #SB A collection of songs of the University of Pennsylvania Alma Mater embellished with a lovely art deco title page by Frederick Thomas Bigger class of ' A mosaic of solos, male quartettes, Author: William Otto Miller. Morton Livingston Schamberg Painting VIII Mechanical Abstraction. Label: This painting is one of a series of nine images of individual machines that Schamberg made in Philadelphia in The model for this work was an automated wire stitcher, a machine used in the printing industry for binding books.
Morton Livingston Schamberg (American, –), Study of a Girl (Fanette Reider), ca. Oil on canvas, 30 11/16 × 23⅛ in. (78 × cm). Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, Massachusetts, Bequest of Lawrence H. Bloedel, Class of God is a sculpture by Morton Livingston Schamberg and Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven. It is an example of readymade art, a term coined by Marcel Duchamp in to describe his found objects. God is a 10½ inch high cast iron plumbing trap turned upside down and mounted on a wooden mitre box.
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Morton Livingston Schamberg (Octo – Octo ) was an American modernist painter and photographer. He was one of the first American artists to explore the aesthetic qualities of industrial subjects.
Schamberg is considered a pioneer of the Precisionism art movement, and one of the first American adopters of Cubist place: Philadelphia, United States. IF Morton Livingston Schamberg () hadn't died young, his work might have developed as a major contribution to American modernist art.
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Painted inthe work belongs to the last and most important period in the artist’s brief career, during which he. Morton Livingston Schamberg: color and evolution of his paintings Schamberg, Morton Livingston, [ Book, Government publication: ]. New York: Hinds & Noble Publishers, Hardcover.
Near Fine. Schamberg, Morton Livingston. Quarto size, pp., with engraved frontis and art nouveau title-page. A collection of songs of the University of Pennsylvania Alma Mater embellished with a lovely art deco title page by Frederick Thomas Bigger (class of '03). Morton Livingston Schamberg, a painter, sculptor, and photographer, had a brief but innovative twelve-year career that ended with his untimely death at age thirty-seven.
Schamberg was the first artist to use industrial and mechanical images as the basis for geometric art, which developed into the early twentieth-century style known as Precisionism.
Morton Livingston Schamberg. - View All Works Biography (b Philadelphia, PA, 15 Oct ; d Philadelphia, 13 Oct ). American painter and photographer. After training as an architect at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia (A.B., ), he studied painting at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, also in Philadelphia.
signed Schamberg and dated (upper right); also signed, titled, dated and inscribed Morton Livingston Schamberg/Philadelphia/"Still Life" on the reverse oil on board 14 1/4 by 11 inches ( by cm). Google Arts & Culture features content from over leading museums and archives who have partnered with the Google Cultural Institute to bring the world's treasures online.
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