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date: 21 October 2020

Art Students League 

Source:
The Oxford Dictionary of American Art and Artists
Author(s):

Ann Lee Morgan

A progressive art school opened in 1875 and quickly recognized as a leading force in American art education. Its roster of teachers and pupils comprised many of the most distinguished artists through the early twentieth century. Less influential later, the Art Students League of New York, as it is officially known, nevertheless remains an important institution. At the time it was organized on a studio system, the league’s liberal policies contrasted sharply with those of established art academies, including the ... ...

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