Philip Evergood
American, 1901-1973
Collected by major museums
Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields
Selected exhibitions
Truth & Beauty: Charles White and His Circle,
Michael Rosenfeld Gallery
Colorful Impressions,
Debra Force Fine Art
Paper Through the Ages: Drawings and Prints,
ACA Galleries

For Philip Evergood (born Philip Blashki), painting was a form of social protest. In 1923, he studied at the Art Students League under George Luks, where he began painting contemporary life with artists John Sloan and Reginald Marsh. But it was the Great Depression that inspired the most drastic change in the artist’s …

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