Stuart Davis's "World of Tomorrow"

@article{Harrison1995StuartD,
  title={Stuart Davis's "World of Tomorrow"},
  author={Helen A. Harrison},
  journal={American Art},
  year={1995},
  volume={9},
  pages={96 - 100}
}
Helen A. Harrison When Stuart Davis accepted a commission from Harper's Bazaar to depict his impression of the 1939 New York World's Fair, the exposition, billed as the "World of Tomorrow," was literally still in the future. Davis's gouache (fig. 1) appeared in the magazine's February 1939 issue, two months before the fair opened to the public. Like much of the extensive prepublicity for the extravaganza, designed to lift the nation out of the Depression doldrums, Davis's interpretation was… 
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