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Tomatoes, Peppers and Zinnias, ca. 1927
Charles Demuth

United States of America
Watercolor and graphite on cream wove paper, Sheet H: 18 in, Sheet W: 11 7/8 in, Frame H: 25 3/8 in, Frame W: 19 1/4 in, Frame D: 3/4 in
Purchased 1948 Arthur F. Egner Memorial Fund  48.510
Not On View
Inscriptions:
verso of original cardboard mount (discarded?), handwritten, most likely not by the artist: "Executed by Charles Demuth about 1927. Willed to Robert E. Locker".

Provenance: The artist; bequethed to Robert E. Locher, Lancaster, Pennsylvania; to Richard Weyand, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, by inheritance; Kraushaar Galleries, New York, New York
Exhibition History:
"Water-color Painting in American from the 18th Century to the Present," The Newark Museum, Newark, NJ, September 18-November 14, 1948, no. 17.

[Exhibition of American Drawings?], Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibition, January-October, 1954.

"Charles Demuth of Lancaster," William Penn Memorial Museum, Harrisburg, PA, September 24-November 6, 1966.

Montclair Museum, Montclair, NJ, January 1969.

"Niles Spencer: Friends and Influences," The Newark Museum, Newark, NJ, June 30-September 4, 1972.

Keywords: Still life, Flower, Vegetables, Painting, Tomato, Pepper, Painting, Watercolor