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Stag at Sharkey's - poster
Stag at Sharkey's - poster
Stag at Sharkey's - poster
Stag at Sharkey's - poster
Stag at Sharkey's - poster
Stag at Sharkey's - poster
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Stag at Sharkey's - poster

  • Painting by Winslow Homer, was an American landscape painter, best known for his marine subjects. He is considered one of the foremost painters in 19th-century in American art.
  • The print depicts a 'Stag at Sharkey's from 1909.
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Stag at Sharkey's - poster
Stag at Sharkey's - poster
Size:61 x 91 cm
Paper:Smooth matte
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The painting was made by George Bellows, American realist painter, known for his bold depictions of urban life in New York City. He became, according to the Columbus Museum of Art, "the most acclaimed American artist of his generation"

The accompanying print shows 'Stag at Sharkey's' painted in 1909. Stag at Sharkey's is a 1909 oil painting by George Wesley Bellows depicting two boxers fighting in the private athletic club situated across from his studio. It is part of the Ashcan School movement known in particular for depicting scenes of daily life in early twentieth century New York City, often in the city's poorer neighborhoods. Participants in the boxing ring were usually members of the club, but occasionally outsiders would fight with temporary memberships. These fighters were known as "stags".

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