Washington Square, New York, 1936

by Blendon Reed Campbell (1872–1969)

Oil on canvas
30 x 40 3/16 inches
Signed and dated lower right: BLENDON REED CAMPBELL 1936.

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Private collection, Roslindale, Massachusetts
[With] Vose Galleries, Boston, Massachusetts, 1999
Private collection, Watertown, Massachusetts, 2000
[With] Vose Galleries, Boston, Massachusetts


Berry-Hill Galleries, New York, New York, Homage to the Square: Picturing Washington Square 1890–1965, May 24–July 13, 2001
Vose Galleries, Boston, Massachusetts, Crosscurrents: The Colonies, Clubs & Schools that Established Impressionism in America, October 29, 2016–January 28, 2017
Cavalier Gallery, New York, New York, Paintings of New York City, April 8–30, 2019


Homage to the Square: Picturing Washington Square 1890–1965 (New York: Berry-Hill Galleries, 2001), 139, plate 39.


Note: After moving to New York, Campbell established a studio space in MacDougal Alley, and in 1918 became a charter member of the Whitney Studio Club at 147 West 4th Street. In 1929, he moved his studio to 3 Washington Square North, in a building inhabited by other notable artists, including Edward Hopper. The vantage point of this painting is just steps from his studio.

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