Description of Ashcan school oil paintings & reproductions
The Ashcan School (also known as Ash Can School) was started in the U.S. in the early 20th Century as a movement against American Impressionism. Artists from the Ashcan School movement created paintings depicting real life scenes, mainly of the poorer areas of New York City. William Glackens, Robert Henri and George Bellows were well known members and other American artists of the same era, such as Edward Hopper were also associated with the group Ashcan School of painters. George Bellows' famous oil painting Stag at Sharkey's 1909 is held at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
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