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Everett Shinn Art

American, 1876-1953
Everett Shinn, a future member of the Eight and remarkable, rather theatrical personality was born at Woodstown, New Jersey in 1873. Even more recent sources give 1876 as the year of Everett Shinn's birth (Zurier, Snyder, and Mecklenburg, 1995, p. 224) but the artist usually lied about his age to appear younger than he actually was. Edith DeShazo (1974, errata sheet) claimed that information from family members established the date of November 6, 1876 as Shinn's birthday. But if this is true, he would have enrolled at the Spring Garden Institute in Philadelphia to study industrial art at the age of twelve. Born to a Quaker named Isaiah Conklin Shinn and Josephine Ransley Shinn, Everett was their third child. He enjoyed a happy childhood as an undisciplined boy fond of sweets, acrobatics, and the circus (DeShazo, 1974, pp. 15-17). Shinn opted for the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts for instruction in the fall of 1893, and began as a staff artist for the Philadelphia Press. At that time William Glackens was working there as well, while John Sloan was at the Inquirer. A year later, Glackens was at the Press, and also, in 1894, George Luks joined the staff there. As DeShazo explained (1974, p. 29), "the Press art department became a meeting place for men both on the staff and off with similar artistic and literary interests." Members of the same group also met at Robert Henri's studio. By 1897, Shinn was in New York, working for the New York World where Luks had been for about a year. The rest of the "Philadelphia Four" (artist-reporters) would follow them before long. Shinn spent much of 1898 hounding the offices of Harper's until finally, the editor and publisher, Colonel George Harvey saw his portfolio, then commissioned a view of the Old Metropolitan Opera House in a snowstorm. The pastel appeared about a year later in the February 17th issue of Harper's Weekly, in 1900. Meanwhile, Shinn kept busy with decorative work (murals, screens, and door panels) at private residences and even in Trenton, New Jersey's City Hall. In 1899, the Boussod-Valadon Galleries gave Shinn his first one-man show. He continued to carry out commissions for illustrations (see Bullard, 1968). Shinn began exhibiting at the Pennsylvania Academy (1899-1908) and at the Art Institute of Chicago (1903-43).
(Biography provided by Gallery of the Masters)
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Artist: Everett Shinn
“Headed to Market, 1916”
By Everett Shinn
Located in Southampton, NY
Original drawing of a woman heading to market by the well known American artist, Everett Shinn. Mixed media work created with charcoal, pastel and gouache. Signed with the artist’s initials lower right and dated 1916. Condition is very good. Under glass. Matted and in a period gold frame with restorations. Overall framed measurements are 23.5 by 17.25 inches. Provenance: A New York City estate. Everett Shinn (1876 – 1953) Everett Shinn, a realist artist associated with the Ashcan School and member of “The Eight” was born in New Jersey in 1876. After showing an aptitude for the arts as a child, at age 15, Shinn was enrolled at the Spring Garden Institute in Philadelphia. He quickly moved on to classes at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and by the age of 17, he was working as a staff artist for the Philadelphia Press. While working at the Press, Shinn befriended fellow artists William J. Glackens, George Luks, and John Sloan. This group, with Robert Henri and Joseph Laub, established the Charcoal Club, a social and intellectual sort of alternative art school. In 1897, Shinn moved to New York City to work as an illustrator at the New York World. He became fascinated by the drama of the city. While visiting Europe in 1900, Shinn took interest in the work of the Impressionists, particularly those of Degas. Degas’ influence can be read in Shinn’s depictions of American theater. From his acquaintances in the theater world, Shinn began to paint decorative “rococo revivalist” murals in the homes of the wealthy elite. He also worked extensively in pastel, portraying the rough life of the city. In 1908, Shinn exhibited alongside his Charcoal Club associates, with the addition of Arthur B. Davies, Ernest Lawson, and Maurice Prendergast...
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1910s Ashcan School Everett Shinn Art

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Charcoal, Pastel, Gouache

The Docks
By Everett Shinn
Located in New York, NY
Signed and dated lower right: EVERETT SHINN / 99
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Late 19th Century American Modern Everett Shinn Art

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Paper, Pastel

Girl with the Golden Curls
By Everett Shinn
Located in Fairlawn, OH
Girl with the Golden Curls Watercolor, c. 1895 Unsigned Provenance: Davis Galleries, New York (see photo of label on reverse) Condition: Mounted to support by the artist A few imperfections (bubbles) in the mounting Original frame Image size: 6 3/4 x 4 1/2 inches Frame size: 13-1/2 x 11-1/4 x 3/4 inches A charming pre Ashcan work by the artist. Done while he was making his living as a commercial illustrator for advertsing and magazines. Everett Shinn (1876-1953) In 1897, Shinn moved to New York City to work as an illustrator at the New York World. He became fascinated by the drama of the city. While visiting Europe in 1900, Shinn took interest in the work of the Impressionists, particularly those of Degas. Degas’ influence can be read in Shinn’s depictions of American theater. From his acquaintances in the theater world, Shinn began to paint decorative “rococo revivalist” murals in the homes of the wealthy elite. He also worked extensively in pastel, portraying the rough life of the city. In 1908, Shinn exhibited alongside his Charcoal Club associates, with the addition of Arthur B. Davies, Ernest Lawson, and Maurice Prendergast...
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1890s American Impressionist Everett Shinn Art

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Watercolor

Everett Shinn Watercolor on Board Painting of "Construction", circa 1911
By Everett Shinn
Located in New York, NY
A watercolor of a construction site, composed of pipes and scaffolds. Comes along with a written letter of authenticity from David Shinn, the son of Everett Shinn. Provenance: Kennedy Galleries, Inc., New York Born in 1876, Everett Shinn, who was both an adept draftsman and mechanically inclined, began his working life as a designer of gas lighting fixtures. His skillful doodles of street life caught the eye of his superior who suggested that the young Shinn enroll in art school; Shinn entered the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in the fall of 1893. To support himself, he worked nights at the Philadelphia Press as an illustrative reporter. There he befriended George Luks, also an illustrator, and together the two eventually met Robert Henri, William Glackens and John Sloan. Along with Maurice...
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1910s Everett Shinn Art

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Charcoal, Watercolor, Board

Clown with Big Pants
By Everett Shinn
Located in New York, NY
Clown With Big Pants, 1942, by Everett Shinn (1876-1953) Oil on canvas 12 x 10 inches unframed (30.48 x 25.4 cm) 19 ½ x 17 ¼ inches framed (49.53 x 43.815 cm) Signed and dated on bot...
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20th Century Ashcan School Everett Shinn Art

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Oil

Untitled (Woman Removing Her Stockings)
By Everett Shinn
Located in Fairlawn, OH
Untitled (Woman Removing Her Stockings) Conte crayon on paper. c. 1905 Signed lower right: E Shinn Provenance: James Graham & Sons, New York (labels) Ronald C. Sloter, Columbus Colum...
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Early 1900s Ashcan School Everett Shinn Art

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Conté

Tiny Tim by Charles Dickens
By Everett Shinn
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Watercolor on Paper Signature: Signed and Dated Illegibly Lower Right Tiny Tim by Charles Dickens
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20th Century Everett Shinn Art

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Paper, Watercolor

Hearts Unreasoning, by Sarah Bernhardt The First of Six Romances of the French S
By Everett Shinn
Located in Miami, FL
Hearts Unreasoning, by Sarah Bernhardt The First of Six Romances of the French Stage - McCall’s Magazine December 1920 interior illustration. The work is related to Shinn's fam...
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1920s American Impressionist Everett Shinn Art

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Oil, Board

Untitled (Woman in Stockings), Standing Female Nude on reverse, double sided
By Everett Shinn
Located in Fairlawn, OH
Conte crayon on paper, c. 1905-1909 Signed lower right Archival frame by Graham Gallery, New York, hand carved frame with silk matting and gold fillet (...
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Early 1900s Ashcan School Everett Shinn Art

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Chalk

By the Fire
By Everett Shinn
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Charcoal on Paper Signature: Signed Lower Left
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Early 1900s Everett Shinn Art

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Charcoal, Paper

Attributed to; Design for the Battle of Brooklyn Heights Scene in 1924 Film
By Everett Shinn
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Watercolor and Graphite on Illustration Board Signature: Unsigned, Christies Stamp Verso. In silver molded frame, french-lined mat, glazed. OS: 18 1/2" x 22", SS: 11" x 15". Shinn took over from Joseph Urban as the Art Director on the William Randolph Hearst's Cosmopolitan Pictures film, shot in New York City and Tarrytown, NY. Directed by E. Mason Hopper, starring Marion Davies...
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20th Century Everett Shinn Art

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Watercolor, Illustration Board, Graphite

Attributed to; Design for the Battle of Lexington Scene in 1924 Film "Jani
By Everett Shinn
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Watercolor and Graphite on Illustration Board Signature: Unsigned, Marked "Cosmo #51" Lower Left Contact for exact dimensions. Christies stamp verso. In silver molded frame, french-lined mat, glazed. OS: 18 1/2" x 22", SS: 11" x 15". Shinn took over from Joseph Urban as the Art Director on the William Randolph Hearst...
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20th Century Everett Shinn Art

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Watercolor, Illustration Board, Graphite

Woman Pulling on a Slip
By Everett Shinn
Located in Fairlawn, OH
Woman Pulling on a Slip Conte on paper, c. 1910 Signed lower right: "E. Shinn" (see photo of legs, signature on right) Provenance: Estate of the Artist (see label) Graham Gallery, N...
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1910s Ashcan School Everett Shinn Art

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Conté

Couple Sitting Among Lanterns, Cover for Vanity Fair
By Everett Shinn
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Pastel, Gouache, and Black Crayon on Paperboard Sight Size 22.88" x 17.50", Framed 31.75" x 26.50" Signature: Signed EVERETT SHINN and Dated Vanity Fair Cover...
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1910s Everett Shinn Art

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Crayon, Pastel, Gouache, Board

"The Mystery of Edwin Drood"
By Everett Shinn
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Watercolor on Board Signature: Signed and Dated Lower Right An illustration from Charles Dickens' "The Mystery of Erwin Drood".
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1940s Everett Shinn Art

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Watercolor, Board

"A Christmas Carol"
By Everett Shinn
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Signature: Signed Lower Left Bringing in the dessert: An illustration from Charles Dickens'' "A Christmas Carol".
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20th Century Everett Shinn Art

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Watercolor, Board, Pencil

Illustration for Toby Tyler: Ten Weeks with the Circus
By Everett Shinn
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Date: 1937 Medium: Watercolor on Paper Dimensions: 18.00" x 12.50" Signature: Signed Lower Right Toby Tyler Book Illustration Exhibitions: Norman Rockwell Museum...
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1930s Everett Shinn Art

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Paper, Watercolor

Court Jester
By Everett Shinn
Located in Miami, FL
Meticulously and carefully rendered period piece that reenact this magicaly moment. Works on Paper, Gouache, Watercolor over traces of pencil heightened with white on illustration ...
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1940s American Realist Everett Shinn Art

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Watercolor

Two Soldiers with Machine Gun
By Everett Shinn
Located in Miami, FL
Arnold Finkel Gallery, Philadelphia, PA Heritage Some slight fading. Mounted to illustration board, Could be Unframed - Not sure if it is framed but the frame is old with wear. Reco...
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1940s American Realist Everett Shinn Art

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Watercolor

Man looking into Window
By Everett Shinn
Located in Miami, FL
Original Magazine Illustration for a magazine like Harper's, Vanity Fair, Life, Look, and Judge Shinn was an American realist painter and member of the Ashcan School. He also exhibited with the short-lived group known as "The Eight," Work is framed in an attractive gilt frame Morris Weiss collection...
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1910s American Realist Everett Shinn Art

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Acrylic Polymer, Gouache, Pencil, Watercolor

Untitled
By Everett Shinn
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Signature: Signed Lower Left - Inscribed Medium: Pen and Ink Dimensions: 10.00" x 8.00"
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20th Century Everett Shinn Art

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Ink, Pen

Toby Tyler Book Illustration
By Everett Shinn
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Pen and Ink Signature: Signed Lower Left - Inscribed Dimensions: 10.00" x 8.00" Toby Tyler tells the story of a ten-year-old orphan who runs away from a foster home to j...
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20th Century Everett Shinn Art

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Ink, Paper, Pen

Flight into Egypt
By Everett Shinn
Located in Miami, FL
Meticulously rendered in beautiful pastels colors account of biblical story. Doyle New York
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1940s American Realist Everett Shinn Art

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Gouache, Pencil, Watercolor

Gentleman Napping in a Chair (Possibly for Ichabod Crane or other Illustration)
By Everett Shinn
Located in Missouri, MO
Everett Shinn "Gentleman Napping in a Chair" (Illustration) Pen and Ink on Paper Initialed "E.S." Lower Right Displaying an early aptitude for drawing, coupled with a strong interes...
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Early 20th Century American Realist Everett Shinn Art

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Paper, Ink, Pen

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Everett Shinn (1876 – 1953) Nude in the Bedroom, circa 1930 Pastel on paperboard 15 1/2 x 21 1/2 inches Provenance: Estate of the artist James Graham & Sons, New York ACA American Masters Gallery, Los Angeles Chapellier Galleries, New York Manor Circle Galleries (Irvin Brenner), New York Private Collection, Hudson, New York Private Collection, North Greenbush, New York Exhibited: New York, Chapellier Galleries, American Art Selections, January 7 - February 20, 1970, no. 17, p. 18, illustrated. Everett Shinn, the American Degas, and a future member of the Eight and remarkable, was born at Woodstown, New Jersey in 1876. Shinn opted for the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts for instruction in the fall of 1893, and began as a staff artist for the Philadelphia Press. At that time William Glackens was working there as well, while John Sloan was at the Inquirer. A year later, Glackens was at the Press, and also, in 1894, George Luks joined the staff there. Members of the same group also met at Robert Henri's studio. By 1897, Shinn was in New York, working for the New York World where Luks had been for about a year. The rest of the "Philadelphia Four" would follow them before long. These artists, along with Theresa Bernstein, later became known as the Ashcan School. The term by that time was applied to a large number of painters beyond the original "Philadelphia Five," including George Bellows, Glenn O. Coleman, Jerome Myers, Gifford Beal, Eugene Higgins, Carl Sprinchorn...
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