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Washington Square, ca. 1912

Oil on canvas
26 13/100 × 32 13/100 in
66.4 × 81.6 cm
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William James Glackens
American, 1870–1938
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William Glackens’ use of softly exuberant color earned him the nickname of “The American Renoir”. …

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William Glackens’ use of softly exuberant color earned him the nickname of “The American Renoir”. Early in his career, he painted in a more somber, realist mode like that championed by the other members of The Eight. But unlike rest of the group, including his studiomate Robert Henri, Glackens strayed from strict …

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William Glackens’ use of softly exuberant color earned him the nickname of “The American Renoir”. Early in his career, he painted in a more somber, realist mode like that championed by the other members of The Eight. But unlike rest of the group, including his studiomate Robert Henri, Glackens strayed from strict …

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Washington Square, ca. 1912

Oil on canvas
26 13/100 × 32 13/100 in
66.4 × 81.6 cm
This is a unique work.
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location
New York
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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