Citation"Landscape No. 1
(Charles Sheeler) , 1939.245,” Harvard Art Museums collections online, Dec 03, 2023, https://hvrd.art/o/307613.
The black crayon drawing shows a building executed in finely drawn lines to show the shape of the building and landscape. An inverted V-shape is in the upper center, centered beneath the peak is a square intersected by an arched line extending from the tree shape on the right side. A vertical rectangle is placed near the bottom center, a thicker vertical line is to the left, it branches into three lines half-way up. In the background is a sloped structure that rises up to the right. There are areas shaded in gray and black across the surface of the picture plane.