John French Sloan (2 August 1871 – 7 September 1951)

John Sloan, Six O'Clock, Winter 1912.

John French Sloan was an American impressionist painter 
whose main theme his painting was the everyday life of the 
metropolis. He began his career as an illustrator and cartoonist 
for a magazine in his home state, studying at the Pennsylvania 
Academy of Fine Arts at the same time. Influenced by the work of 
his teacher, the painter Robert Henri, he moved to oil painting.
In 1906 he began teaching at the New York School of Art. His 
students include George Bellows and Edward Hopper.

John Sloan, Bleecker Street, Saturday Night 1918.

John Sloan, Country Road 1908.

John Sloan, Fishing Port, Gloucester 1916.

John Sloan, Hairdresser's Window 1907.

John Sloan, East Entrance, City Hall, Philadelphia 1901.

John Sloan, El Gallo 1922.

John Sloan, Main Street, Gloucester 1917.

John Sloan, Wet Night, Washington Square 1928.

John Sloan, McSorley's Bar 1912.

John Sloan, Music in the Plaza 1920.

John Sloan, Gloucester Harbor 1916.

John Sloan, Fishing for Lafayettes 1908.

John Sloan, Gloucester Trolly 1918.

John Sloan, Jefferson Market 1917.

John Sloan, The City from Greenwich Village 1922.

John Sloan, Cornelia Street 1920.

John Sloan, Red Kimono on the Roof 1912.

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