As one of the most important American modernists, Stuart Davis (1892–1964) blurred distinctions between text and image, high and low art, and abstraction and figuration, crafting a distinct and influential style. Inspired by jazz, his visually complex compositions often make careful reference (however hidden) to his own earlier work.

STUART DAVIS

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