Master of delight: William J. Glackens at the Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale

Fig. 2. Sledding, Central Park byGlackens, 1912. Signed "W. Glackens" at lower right. Oil on canvas, 23 by 31 ½ inches. Estate of Ira D. Glackens.


Fig.3. The Museum of Art, Fort Lau­derdale, Florida, designed by Edward Larrabee Barnes.



Fig. 4. Studies for Cape Cod Pier by Glackens, 1908, in his Cape Cod sketchbook. Graphite on paper, 5 ½ by 8 ¼ inches each (page size). Gift of the Sansom Foundation.






Fig. 5. The Glackens Wing includes a reconstruction of the parlor in the Greenwich Village town house of William and Edith Dimock Glackens (1876-1955). The paintings by Glackens seen in this view include (from left to right) Dancer in Pink Dress, 1902; Girl with Green Apple, c. 1911; and Maisie with an Apple, c. 1917.

Fig. 6. The Artist's Daughter in Chi­nese Costume by Glackens, 1918. Signed "W. Glackens" at lower left. Oil on canvas, 48 by 30 inches. San­som Foundation gift.

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by Émile Jacques Ruhlmann (1879-1933), 1926. Macassar ebony, amaranth, and ivory. Metropolitan Museum of Art. By Cynthia Drayton

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