American artists of the early 20th century sought to interpret the beauty, power, and anxiety of the modern era in different directions. The theme of this unusual exhibition of urban landscapes with their originality, speed, variability, calm, monumental buildings and the noise of the crowd. Twenty-five black and white lithographs, etchings, and engravings by American artists of the early twentieth century is the national gallery of art, Washington the exhibition "City scenes: 1920-1950". For the exhibition have been selected not only established artists, such as Luis Lozovik (1892-1973) and Reginald Marsh (1898-1954), and their less famous colleagues, among them Mabel Dwight (1875-1955), Dzherald Geerlings (1897-1998), Victoria Hutson HUNTLEY ( 1900-1971), Martin Lewis (1881-1962), and stow Wengenroth (1906-1978). The exhibition made it a very different work in style, technique, and theme. They are United by the desire of each author to convey the unique look of the modern era, the unprecedented scale of urban architecture and the influence of industry and technology on urban life.