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American Art movement of late 19th and early 20th centuries . Reflects the changing nature of American culture from 1890-1920.

American Art movement of late 19th and early 20th centuries . Reflects the changing nature of American culture from 1890-1920.

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  • 1. Ms. Susan M. PojerHorace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY
  • 2. “The Apostles of The Ugliness” New York Realists“ The • Robert Henri 8”: • Arthur B. Davies • Maurice Prendergast a Ernest Lawson a William Glackens a Everett Shinn a John Sloan a George Luks + George Bellows
  • 3. Conservative in style, they were revolutionary in Departure content. from the staid portraitures and genteel landscapes of the late 19c. The intent of the artists was not social commentary.
  • 4. Characteristics of the Ashcan School 1. Gritty, urban scenes: - find beauty in the drab and ugly aspects of life.
  • 5. “Eviction” - Everett Shinn, 1904
  • 6. “Cross Streets of New York” Everett Shinn, 1899
  • 7. “Cliff Dwellers” – George Bellows, 1908
  • 8. “A Woman’s Work” – John Sloan, 1912
  • 9. “Night Windows” – John Sloan, 1910
  • 10. Characteristics of the Ashcan School 2. Portrayal of urban vitality.
  • 11. “Madison Square”Maurice Prendergast, 1901
  • 12. “The Mall in Central Park”Maurice Prendergast, 1901
  • 13. “Hammerstein’s Roof Garden”William Glackens, 1901
  • 14. “Recruiting in Union Square” John Sloan, 1909
  • 15. “Tugboat and Lighter”William Glackens, 1904
  • 16. Characteristics of the Ashcan School3. Captured the spontaneous moments in everyday life.
  • 17. “Skating in New York”William Glackens, 1910
  • 18. “Descending from the Bus William Glackens
  • 19. “Sunday—Women Drying Their Hair” John Sloan, 1910
  • 20. “Family Group” – William Glackens, 1910
  • 21. “The Shoppers” – William Glackens, 1907
  • 22. “Winter, Washington Square”William Glackens, 1907?
  • 23. “6 th Avenue Elevated at 3 rd Street” John Sloan, 1928
  • 24. Characteristics of the Ashcan School 4. Illustrated the process of Americanization.
  • 25. “Paddy Flannigan”George Bellows, 1908
  • 26. “Dutch Joe”Robert Henri, 1910
  • 27. “Allen Street” - George Luks, 1905
  • 28. “McSorley’s Bar” – John Sloan, 1912
  • 29. “A Stag at Sharkey’s Place”George Bellows, 1917
  • 30. “Parade, Washington Square”, 1912
  • 31. Characteristics of the Ashcan School 5. These artists rebelled against the sentimental landscapes of 19c storybook illustrations.
  • 32. “Fire on 24 th Street”Everett Shinn, 1907
  • 33. “Morning Snow on the Hudson” George Bellows, 1910
  • 34. “Washington Square” Everett Shinn, 1910
  • 35. “Washington Square”William Glackens, 1910
  • 36. “March Day, Washington Square” William Glackens, 1912
  • 37. “Snow in New York” – Robert Henri, 1901