Wednesday, February 3

John Sloan - Gloucester Days


Red Paint Mill, 1914
"One of this country’s most important artists of the early 20th century and a highly respected teacher, John Sloan (1871-1951) spent five summers—1914 through 1918—living and working on Cape Ann. During that time he created nearly 300 finished oil paintings, using Gloucester’s rugged landscape as a backdrop to experiment with color and explore ideas about form, texture and light. Arguably the most productive period of his career, the body of work that Sloan created during this time continues to astonish and delight viewers a century after it was completed. The Cape Ann Museum is proud to have five major works by John Sloan in its permanent collection."
Art History News
Cape Ann Museum
Art Up Close: 'John Sloan Gloucester Days' At The Cape Ann Museum (Photo)
John Sloan's 'Gloucester Days' exhibit at The Cape Ann Museum
John Sloan Gloucester Days: Growing Progressive Arts Community on Cape Ann

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