Interior, created in 1926 by Charles Sheeler, is an oil on canvas painting currently held at the Whitney Museum of American Art in the United States. Its structure and design has been thought to potentially have been based upon one of Sheeler’s photographs taken during 1929 of his house. All of this information is clearly labeled, along with the fact that it is in public domain and categorized as Interior Design.
Charles Sheeler was said to have painted many sleek interiors, including Church Street El. This work was created in 1920 and featured interior details from a small-town train station located in Pennsylvania. While the painting features a tranquil disturbance with its intricate details and design elements, it also signified both modern technological advances which pushed the boundaries of everyday life as well as crafting a sense for nostalgia for rural American settings. With this artwork, Sheeler demonstrated his familiar combination of precision and creative inspiration.