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(Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, 1871 - 1951, Hanover, New Hampshire)
Born 1871, Lock Haven, PA; active 1888–1904, Philadelphia; 1904–18, New York(with summers 1914–18 in Gloucester, MA); 1919–51, New York (with frequent trips to Santa Fe, NM); died 1951, Hanover, NH.
Sloan began his career as a newspaper illustrator in Philadelphia, but in 1904, he followed Robert Henri to New York, where he became interested in painting city scenes in Henri’s realist manner. However, after the Armory Show of 1913, Sloan turned his focus from realist subject matter to the formal challenges of painting.