At the Palmer: John Sloan and His “wonderful roofs”

Editorial Staff Exhibitions

The term “Ashcan school” is applied to artists as varied as Robert Henri, William Glackens, and Everett Shinn, and yet it was most likely coined in response to one particular member of their circle and his work: John Sloan, with his warm and sympathetic depictions of the life of the common man in New York in the decades after the turn of the twentieth century.

Of etchings and Edward Hopper

Editorial Staff Art

What collector of American art, new or experienced, would not relish owning a work by Edward Hopper?  Given the six- to eight-figure prices Hopper’s paintings command, is this a pipe dream for anyone except the very wealthy? Not necessarily. Because etchings are printed in multiples, they offer the new collector an opportunity to own work by a desirable artist for …