Tuesday, July 13, 2021

Paintings of Greenwich Village NYC

 



"SUNDAY"

John Sloan

Painter John Sloan captures three young women in a semi-private ritual in “Sunday, Women Drying Their Hair,” from 1912.

Watching the three from his studio at Sixth Avenue and West Fourth Street, Sloan called them unselfconscious performers in “another of the human comedies which were regularly staged for my enjoyment by the humble roof-top players of Cornelia Street,”



GREENWICH VILLAGE , New York 

1912







Christopher Street

by Beulah Bettersworth

1934





The EL"

Alfred Mira

The Elevated Subway at 6th Avenue & 8th Street

GREENWICH VILLAGE, New York




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