All George Luks 's Paintings
The Painting Names Are Sorted From A to Z

Choice ID Image  Paintings (From A to Z)       Details 
71478 Portrait of a Young Girl (Antoinette Kraushaar)  Portrait of a Young Girl (Antoinette Kraushaar)   ca. 1917(1917) Oil on canvas 152.7 x 101.7 cm (60.12 x 40.04 in)
39104 Street Scene  Street Scene   mk140 1905 Oil on canvas 65.5x91.1cm
39786 Street Scene  Street Scene   mk151 1905
39790 The Amateurs  The Amateurs   mk151 1899
39306 The Little Madonna  The Little Madonna   mk146 ca.1907
50558 Vista  Vista   mk212 1905 Oil on canvas 65.5x91.1cm
50579 Weaving for Soldier  Weaving for Soldier   mk212 c.1918 Oil on canvas 76.8x91.8cm

George Luks
August 13.1866-October 29.1933,American painter and draughtsman. He lived as a child in the mining town of Shenandoah, PA, but moved to Philadelphia in 1883. The facts of his early career were later confused by the wild stories fabricated by him. After a short stint in vaudeville, he spent a year at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia. From 1885 he was in Europe, living most of the next decade in D?sseldorf, Munich, Paris and London, intermittently attending German and French art academies. In 1894 Luks became an artist-reporter for the Philadelphia Press, where he befriended Robert Henri, John Sloan, William J. Glackens and Everett Shinn.

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