Bandit’s Cave

Born in Pennsylvania, John Sloan is best known for his loosely painted scenes of the every day, often lower-class life style. However, Sloan also produced a significant number of etchings, frequently using the same subject matter and the same rough, loose style. His interest in etching perhaps came from his time as a newspaper illustrator […]

Seacoast, Gloucester

John Sloan is associated with the Ashcan School, a group of realist painters who made daily life in New York City a frequent subject of their work. Sloan arrived in New York in 1904, taking up residence in Greenwich Village, where he painted many of his best-known works. Sloan’s work was not confined to the […]