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Artist: Stuart Davis
Answering the Door Early 20th Century w/c Fauvism Social Realism American Scene
By Stuart Davis
Located in New York, NY
Answering the Door Early 20th Century w/c Fauvism Social Realism American Scene Note: We have three similar in style works from 1911 available now on 1stDibs. All are framed identi...
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1910s American Realist Stuart Davis Art

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Paper, Watercolor

"Backyards" Early 20th Century Watercolor Fauvism Social Realism American Scene
By Stuart Davis
Located in New York, NY
"Backyards" Early 20th Century Watercolor Fauvism Social Realism American Scene Note: We have three similar in style works from 1911 available now on 1stDibs. All are framed identic...
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1910s American Realist Stuart Davis Art

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Paper, Watercolor

Two Men on a Street Early 20th Century w/c Fauvism Social Realism American Scene
By Stuart Davis
Located in New York, NY
Two Men on a Street Early 20th Century w/c Fauvism Social Realism American Scene Note: We have three similar in style works from 1911 available now on 1stDibs. All are framed identi...
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Early 1900s American Realist Stuart Davis Art

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Paper, Watercolor

Eggbeater 1: 34 Square inch Limited Edition Silk Scarf, for the Whitney Museum
By Stuart Davis
Located in New York, NY
Stuart Davis Eggbeater No. 1 Silk Scarf, ca. 1980 100% silks scarf 34 × 34 inches (the smaller measurements shown are after the scarf is folded, to minimize shipping costs, as it sh...
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Mid-20th Century American Modern Stuart Davis Art

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Silk, Screen

"NY Street Signs" Mid-20th Century WPA 1938 Modernist Abstract Realism Pop Art
By Stuart Davis
Located in New York, NY
"NY Street Signs" Mid-20th Century WPA 1938 Modernist Abstract Realism Pop Art Stuart Davis (American, 1892-1964) "Street Signs" Modernist gouache and traces of pencil on paper in t...
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1930s American Modern Stuart Davis Art

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Paper, Gouache, Pencil

Rue des Rats, Modernist Lithograph by Stuart Davis 1928
By Stuart Davis
Located in Long Island City, NY
A modernist lithograph by American artist Stuart Davis. In this cityscape of Paris he begins to show his inclinations towards Cubism, with the slightly skewed perspective and the fla...
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1920s American Modern Stuart Davis Art

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Lithograph

Country Life Illustration
By Stuart Davis
Located in Miami, FL
Early work when Stuart Davis was an illustrator. Christie's, New York Catalogue Raisonné
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1920s American Realist Stuart Davis Art

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India Ink, Pencil

Country Life
By Stuart Davis
Located in Miami, FL
Early work when Stuart Davis was an illustrator. Christie's, New York Catalogue Raisonné
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1920s American Realist Stuart Davis Art

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India Ink, Pencil

ARCH NO. 1
By Stuart Davis
Located in Portland, ME
Davis, Stuart. ARCH NO. 1. Lithograph, 1929. Edition of 30. Numbered "23/30" and signed in pencil. 8 3/4 x 13 inches, 225 x 275 mm. In excellent condition.
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American Modern Stuart Davis Art

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Lithograph

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Ships in New York Harbor
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Composition by Stuart Davis screen-print in colors, Circa 1965 24.5" H x 20.25" W. This dynamic composition was realized by one of America's great early modernists Stuart Davis, wh...
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Find a wide variety of authentic Stuart Davis available for sale on 1stDibs. You can also browse by medium to find art by Stuart Davis in pencil, india ink, ink and more. Much of the original work by this artist or collective was created during the 20th century and is mostly associated with the modern style. Not every interior allows for large Stuart Davis, so small editions measuring 10 inches across are available. Customers who are interested in this artist might also find the work of Bror Julius Olsson Nordfeldt, Fred Nagler, and Dale Nichols. Stuart Davis prices can differ depending upon medium, time period and other attributes. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $700 and tops out at $125,000, while the average work can sell for $9,500.
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    Stuart Davis's art style is largely Cubist. He used the hard-edge painting technique to create dramatic differences in color. Many of his works draw inspiration from jazz and swing music, and historians credit him with influencing the Pop artists that emerged later in the 20th century. On 1stDibs, shop a collection of Stuart Davis art.

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