Flowers in a White Pitcher

by William Glackens (1870–1938)
Oil on board
16 x 13 inches (sight size)
Initialed lower right: W.G.; estate stamp on verso


The artist

Estate of above

Lagakos-Turak Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Owen Gallery, New York, New York

Private collection, Michigan, acquired from above, May 2001

Sale, Bonhams, New York, New York, November 17, 2022, lot 27

Related Works

Flowers in a Blue Vase, ca. 1915, oil on canvas, 12⅝ x 9⅞ inches; The Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Bouquet of Flowers in a Vase, ca. 1915, oil on canvas, 24 x 18 inches; Wichita Art Museum, Kansas

Flowers in a Vase, 1926, oil on canvas, 27¼ x 22 inches, signed lower right; San Antonio Museum of Art, Texas

Flowers in a Luster Pitcher, 1930s, oil on board, 16 x 12⅞ inches; Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale, Nova Southeastern University, Florida

Artist Biography

American Impressionist and Member of the Ashcan School

By Amy Spencer

Best known for his colorful impressionistic scenes of urban life, William Glackens was at the forefront of the New York art scene; he was a member of the progressive Ashcan School and co-organizer of the first Armory Show.

I. Biography
II. Chronology
III. Collections
IV. Exhibitions
V. Memberships
VI. Notes
VII. Suggested Resources

I. Biography

William James Glackens was an American painter and illustrator who co-founded the Ashcan School art movement. At the beginning of the 20th

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