Ashcan School: George Luks

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George Benjamin Luks (American, 1867-1933). Old Salt, 1909, Height: 55.8 cm (21.97 in.), Width: 45.7 cm (17.99 in.) Private collection

Ashcan School – George Luks part 1 American Art, Most Famous Artists, Artistic Movement, Artist At Work, Famous Artists, Artist, Ashcan School, Art History, American Artists

Ashcan School – George Luks part 1

Continuing the intermittent theme on the New York "Ashcan School" (see Introduction 4 Oct 2012, William Glackens 6 Oct - 14 Oct 2012, Robert Henri 22 Oct - 1 Nov 2012) the next artist I'm featuring is George Luks. George Luks by Robert Henri 1904 oil on canvas 194 x 97 cm George Benjamin Luks (1867-1933) was a pioneer realist, a member of "The Eight," and a vigorous opponent of academic and conservative standards in subject matter. He was born in Williamsport, Pa. in 1867. In about 1884 he…

Girl from Madrid: George Luks, c. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden American Art, Most Famous Artists, Artist At Work, Famous Artists, Art Eras, Hirshhorn Museum, Ashcan School, Art, Portrait

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George Luks · Winter Night, New York, Gouache Painting American Art, Most Famous Artists, Artistic Movement, Artist At Work, Famous Artists, Artist, Painting, Ashcan School, American Artists

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George Luks · Winter Night, New York, c.1930. Gouache Painting

Available for sale from Greg Thompson Fine Art, George Benjamin Luks, New York City Scape (ca. Charcoal on paper, 16 × 22 in

George Benjamin Luks | New York City Scape (ca. 1910) | Available for Sale | Artsy

Available for sale from Greg Thompson Fine Art, George Benjamin Luks, New York City Scape (ca. 1910), Charcoal on paper, 16 1/2 × 22 3/8 in

 Luks also did the Yellow Kid comic strip for awhile. Most Famous Artists, Artistic Movement, Ranson, Artist At Work, Famous Artists, Artist, Painting, Paintings I Love, Ashcan School

[unknown] Luks [Ashcan]. Luks also did the Yellow Kid comic strip for awhile.

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Ashcan School - George Luks part 4

George Benjamin Luks (1867-1933) was an American realist artist and illustrator. His vigorously painted genre paintings of urban subjects are examples of the Ashcan School in American art. For biographical notes on Luks see part 1. For earlier works see parts 1 - 3. This is part 4 of a 4-part post on the works of George Luks. Note: All the works in this final post on Luks are undated, so will be shown out of date sequence: Concierge crayon on paper 16.9 x 11 cm Girl with Basket of Food oil…

The Romance of Ironing? American Art, Post Impressionism, Most Famous Artists, Artistic Movement, Artist At Work, Painter, Famous Artists, Male Sketch, Ashcan School

The Romance of Ironing?

Young Girl Ironing by Louis Leopold Boilly, 1761-1845. Very few women I know like to iron, and quite a few hate it. So I have found it odd that, relatively speaking, there are a lot of paintings of women ironing--in contrast to the total dearth of paintings of women housecleaning (except for the Dutch). I infer from this that men care more about clean clothes than they do a clean house. Most paintings of women ironing are from France, and this may be because the French laundry was considered…

George Luks watercolor | Antiques Roadshow Watercolor, Painting, Illustration Art, Ashcan School, Art

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Check out Debra Force's ANTIQUES ROADSHOW appraisal of this George Luks Watercolor, ca. 1925 from Phoenix, Hour 1!