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William J. Glackens
The Balcony, c. 1899
Sepia and black ink with white wash
9 5/8 x 12 inches
Signed lower left center: W Glackens

EXHIBITED

National Collection of Fine Arts, Washington, D.C.,, and City Art Museum of St. Louis, Missouri, 1966-67, William Glackens in Retrospect, no. 89 // Utah Museum of Fine Arts, 1976, Graphic Styles of the American Eight // The American Federation of Arts, New York, 1976-77, American Master Drawings and Watercolors, no. 1 //

RECORDED

William Le Queux, “The Hermit of Rue Madame” in Ainslee’s Magazine, vol. III, April, 1899, p. 268 // Leslie Katz, William Glackens in Retrospect (1966), no. 89 // Marshall B. Davidson, The Drawing of America: Eyewitnesses to History (1983), p. 211 // Nancy E. and Hawkes, Elizabeth H. Allyn, William Glackens: A Catalogue of his Book and Magazine Illustrations (1987), p. 12 (no. 13), p. 47, illus. // Doreen Bolger and Nicolai Cikovsky, Jr., American Art Around 1900 (1990), p. 57 // Bruce Weber, American Paintings XI (2003), pp. 88, 89, illus.

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