Ashcan School

Ashcan School

Ashcan School was an art movement that emerged in the late 19th century and early 20th century in America. It is known for its realistic portrayals of urban life in New York City, particularly the gritty and unidealized aspects. The Ashcan artists depicted scenes of working-class neighborhoods, crowded streets, and everyday life. This style gained fame for challenging the traditional notions of beauty and subject matter in art.

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SOMETHING in the style of Ashcan School

See also

Robert HenriJohn SloanGeorge BellowsRealismSocial Realism