George Wesley Bellows

American Ashcan School Painter, 1882-1925 American painter and lithographer. He was the son of George Bellows, an architect and building contractor. He displayed a talent for drawing and for athletics at an early age. In 1901 he entered Ohio State University, where he contributed drawings to the school yearbook and played on both the basketball and baseball teams. In spring of his third year he withdrew from university to play semi-professional baseball until the end of summer 1904

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George Wesley Bellows Stag at Sharkey's oil painting


Stag at Sharkey's
Painting ID::  31867
Artist: George Wesley Bellows
Painting: Stag at Sharkey's
Introduction: mk77 1909 Oil on canvas 36 1/4x48 1/4in
   
   
     

George Wesley Bellows A Morning Snow oil painting


A Morning Snow
Painting ID::  39107
Artist: George Wesley Bellows
Painting: A Morning Snow
Introduction: mk140 1910 Oil on canvas 114.5x160.5cm
   
   
     

George Wesley Bellows Stag at Sharkey-s oil painting


Stag at Sharkey-s
Painting ID::  40880
Artist: George Wesley Bellows
Painting: Stag at Sharkey-s
Introduction: mk156 1909 Oil on canvas 92x122.6cm
   
   
     

George Wesley Bellows Jan  Ailino and Anna oil painting


Jan Ailino and Anna
Painting ID::  50583
Artist: George Wesley Bellows
Painting: Jan Ailino and Anna
Introduction: mk212 1920 Oil on canvas 59x66in
   
   
     

George Wesley Bellows Docker oil painting


Docker
Painting ID::  50585
Artist: George Wesley Bellows
Painting: Docker
Introduction: mk212 1912 oil on canvas 114.8x161.3cm
   
   
     

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     American Ashcan School Painter, 1882-1925 American painter and lithographer. He was the son of George Bellows, an architect and building contractor. He displayed a talent for drawing and for athletics at an early age. In 1901 he entered Ohio State University, where he contributed drawings to the school yearbook and played on both the basketball and baseball teams. In spring of his third year he withdrew from university to play semi-professional baseball until the end of summer 1904