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Artists of the 1913 Armory Show

Lincoln Glenn, New York

Thu 12 Oct 2023 to Fri 8 Dec 2023

17 East 67th Street, NY 10065 Artists of the 1913 Armory Show

Tue-Sat 10am-6pm

Opening reception: Wednesday 18 October, 5pm-8pm

Lincoln Glenn in collaboration with Graham Shay 1857 presents Artists of the 1913 Armory Show at their joint 17 East 67th Street gallery. A complimentary exhibition catalogue comprising an essay by art historian Lisa N. Peters, Ph.D. accompanies the Upper East Side exhibition.


Artworks

Marsden Hartley, Landscape No. 24, circa 1909-10

Oil on board

14 × 12 in

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Agnes Pelton, Hayground Windmill, Bridgehampton, circa 1920-22

Oil on canvas

25 × 20 in

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Marsden Hartley, Lemons and Pear, circa 1922-23

Oil on canvas

10 3/4 × 9 in

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John Sloan, Niles Pond, Gloucester, 1914

Oil on canvas

32 × 26 in

Signed lower right

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James Abbott McNeill Whistler, Beach Scene at Dieppe, 1885-86

Watercolor on paper, mounted on board

5 × 8 1/2 in

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Joseph Stella, Palms ,

Oil on canvas

24 × 29 in

Signed lower right; signed and titled on the reverse

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John Marin, Looking out the Window, West Point, Maine, 1914

Watercolor and graphite on paper

15 3/4 × 19 1/2 in

Signed and dated at lower right: Marin 14 // inscribed in Alfred Stieglitz's hand on an original label affixed to the reverse: Looking out the Window, Deer Isle— [sic] / Maine / by John Marin— / 1914

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Jonas Lie, Frosty Morning, 1923

Oil on canvas

50 × 40 in

Signed lower left

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The Estate of Manierre Dawson, Upper Street, 1912

Oil on board

15 × 10 in

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Leon Dabo, Seashore, Dawn, 1909

Oil on canvas

28 × 21 in

Signed lower center

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William Glackens, Southern French Landscape, circa 1925

Oil on board

14 × 11 3/4 in

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Paul Burlin, Figure in Disguise, 1963

Oil on canvas

40 × 38 in

Signed and dated lower left

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Gifford Beal, Bandstand, Salem, circa 1928

Oil on Masonite

20 × 11 1/4 in

Signed lower right

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Kenneth Hayes Miller, Politicians ,

Oil on board

30 × 24 1/2 in

Signed lower right

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Arthur Freund, View of the City Across the River, 1913

Oil on canvas

36 × 30 in

Signed and dated lower left

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Joseph Stella, Lemon and Eggplant Still Life, circa 1929

Oil on canvas

11 × 10 in

Signed lower center; signed on the stretcher and reverse and inscribed "Still Life" on the reverse

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Henry Glintenkamp, Poplars in Winter, 1912

Oil on burlap

26 × 32 in

Signed lower right

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Mahonri Young, Beach Scene, Port Washington, N.Y., July 16, 1922

Watercolor on paper

16 × 12 in

Signed, dated, and inscribed at lower left Watercolor on paper

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Robert Ingersoll Aitken, Comrades in Arms (Brothers in Arms), 1919

Bronze

19 in

Inscribed "AITKEN" on the base

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William Glackens, Street Fair, circa 1905

Pencil, ink and gouache on paper artists board

14 × 10 in

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Leon Kroll, Revolutionary Guard House for General Putnam's Army, West Redding, Connecticut, 1911

Oil on panel

10 3/4 × 8 1/2 in

Signed and dated lower right

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George Bellows, Business-Men's Class, Y.M.C.A, 1916

Lithograph on wove paper

17 1/8 × 11 1/2 in

Signed, numbered "No. 41" and titled lower margin. Edition of 64

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Oscar Bluemner, Sheepshead, Long Island, 1907

Watercolor on paper

10 × 6 in

Signed with the artist's conjoined initials "OB" and dated "4-30 - 5 - 30" / "Aug 3, 07"

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Wood Gaylor, Woman in Mirror, 1930

Watercolor on paper

10 1/4 × 14 1/4 in

Signed lower right: Wood Gaylor 30

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Childe Hassam, The Pretty Pool, Bass Rocks, 1919

Watercolor and gouache and pencil on paper

9 7/8 × 10 1/4 in

Signed and dated lower left

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Installation Views

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As the key organizer Arthur B. Davies pronounced while standing in one of the 1913 Armory Show’s galleries: “New York will never be the same again.” The 1913 Armory Show not only made a huge impact on the masses of passive viewers, but also on the American artists, many of whom took in European innovations such as Cubism for the first time.

The earliest work in the exhibition is a watercolor of the seaside town of Dieppe in Normandy from the mid-1880s. Whistler, although deceased by the original 1913 Armory Show, was included in the exhibition by organizers who hoped to establish a historical trajectory for modernist directions in American art, which is exactly what this exhibition attempts to rematerialize. The show is dominated by the works of the organizers, including examples by John Sloan, William Glackens, Walt Kuhn, Jonas Lie, Ernest Lawson, George Bellows, George Luks, Guy Pene du Bois and Jerome Myers. The exhibition proceeds to the modernist inclinations of Agnes Pelton, Marsden Hartley, John Marin, Oscar Bluemner, and Joseph Stella, before zooming fifty years into the future to a fully abstracted painting by Paul Burlin from 1963.

Amongst the approximately 300 artists included in the 1913 Armory Show were 50 female artists, and this 2023 exhibition highlights the artistic contributions by Bessie Potter Vonnoh, Abastenia St. Leger Eberle, Ethel Myers, and an extremely rare painting by Edith Dimock.

Installation view, Artists of the 1913 Armory Show

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