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Guaranteed authentic Coveted Early American Artist John Sloan 1871 – 1951.
(adapted from appraisal) Oil on board.
Paper label to back: Nassau County Museum of Fine Art
Provenance: Christie’s May 23 1990 lot 188 Sale 7082
Biography (adapted from artprice.com) One of the ‘black gang’ in Phila. with Henri, Luks, Shinn and Glackens (all of whom were working as artist-reporters). By 1904 all five were in NYC and by 1908 they formed “The Eight” later known as “Ashcan School.” Sloan painted his first urban scene on his own observations of the city streets, a method he practiced and advocated throughout his career.
Provenance: Steve Miller Dealer NYC author of The Art of the Weathervane.

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16.5 X 27.5 inches

Losses to painted areas of face arms legs

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Weight20 lbs