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John Sloan

Sloan was born in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania in 1871, and studied with Robert Henri. He did illustrations for newspapers, books, and magazines, eventually becoming the art editor for The Masses, a magazine concerned with social issues and advocating social reform. Sloan is considered an outstanding graphic artist and was a member of The Eight or Ashcan School, producing images of life among the working people of New York. Never using a camera to collect ideas for his illustrations, paintings or etchings, Sloan, composed his work from his observations of everyday life on the streets of New York.



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John Sloan

American (1871-1951)
Return from Toil
4-1/4 x 5-7/8 in.

Etching, 1915, edition 100 (final state, XI/XI). Only 65 were printed of the intended edition of 100. Signed and dated in the plate, lower left; signed and edition noted in pencil. Printed on antique laid paper by Ernest Roth. Large margins.


$2400.
Return from Toil



John Sloan

American (1871-1951)
Swinging in the Square
4 x 5-1/8 in.

Etching, 1912, edition 75 of the intended edition of 100 (final state, III/III). Morse 156. Signed and dated, 1912, in the plate; signed and titled in pencil. Annotated in pencil, "100 proofs," lower center. Tack holes in the outer margins from drying and stretching the paper after printing. Printed on wove paper with full margins.


$3000.
Swinging in the Square



John Sloan

American (1871-1951)
Bonfire
5-1/8 x 7-1/8 in.

Etching, 1920, edition 75 of the intended edition of 100 (final state, II/II). Morse 198. Signed and dated in the plate, lower right; signed, numbered, and titled in pencil. Annotation in pencil, "Chas. White imp." lower left corner. Full margins.


$2200.
Bonfire



John Sloan

American (1871-1951)
Bandits Cave
7 x 5 in.

Etching, 1920-24, edition about 500, (final state, VIII/VIII). Morse 195. Signed in the plate, lower left, and in pencil. Printed on wove paper with a watermark, Van Gelder. Published by the New Republic, 1924, in a portfolio, “Six American Etchings,” as a promotional bonus to attract new subscribers.


$1500 .
Bandits Cave



John Sloan

American (1871-1951)
Greetings or Mother and Child at the Window
3-3/4 x 2-3/8 in.

Etching, 1915, edition 75, (final state, II/II). Morse 170. Signed in pencil. Intended as a New Year Greeting.


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Greetings or Mother and Child at the Window



John Sloan

American (1871-1951)
Herself
2-3/8 x 3-1/2 in.

Etching, 1923, edition 55 of the intended edition of 100 (final state, II/II). Morse 213. Signed in pencil. Printed on laid paper with full margins.


$650.
Herself



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