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I Saw the Figure 5 in Gold (1920s) | Charles Demuth artwork

I Saw the Figure 5 in Gold (1920s) | Charles Demuth artwork

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Introducing "I Saw the Figure 5 in Gold (1920s)" by Charles Demuth, now available in our wall art prints shop. Enhance your gallery wall with the bold and dynamic energy of this iconic jazz age artwork.

Created in 1928, this piece is a visual representation of the poem "The Great Figure" by William Carlos Williams. It captures the essence of urban life, with the number "5" blazing in golden hues against a vibrant red backdrop. The intersecting lines and geometric shapes add a sense of movement and modernity to the composition.

Our giclée printing process ensures that every detail of the original artwork is faithfully reproduced, capturing the intricate brushstrokes and vivid colors. Each print is made to order in the UK on sustainably sourced premium art paper, reflecting our commitment to environmental responsibility.

"I Saw the Figure 5 in Gold (1928)" is a testament to Demuth's mastery of precision and abstraction. It is an iconic representation of American modernist art and a striking addition to any art collection. By adding this print to your gallery wall, you infuse your space with a sense of energy, creativity, and historical significance.

Experience the power and allure of "I Saw the Figure 5 in Gold (1928)" by Charles Demuth. Its combination of bold aesthetics, sustainable printing practices, and premium quality make it a standout choice for art enthusiasts. Let this artwork ignite your imagination and become a focal point in your home or office.

Need more inspiration? Check out more prints from the same vintage era or try the full vintage prints collections for even more ideas.

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