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George Wesley Bellows Oil Painting Reproductions
(American, Realist, 1882-1925)

George Wesley Bellows

A Grandmother

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A Morning Snow, Hudson River

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Anne in White

George Wesley Bellows

Barnyard and Chickens

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Blue Morning

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Blue Snow, the Battery

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Bridge, Blackwells Island

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Cliff Dwellers

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Clouds and Meadow

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Club Night

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Criehaven Wharf

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Dempsey and Firpo

George Wesley Bellows

Deserted Factory

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Dock Builders

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Emma in a Purple Dress

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Emma in the Black Print

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Emma in the Purple Dress

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Evening Blue

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Evening Swell

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Five Cows

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Floating Ice

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Forty-Two Kids

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Garaldine Lee, No. 2

George Wesley Bellows

Harbor of Monhegan, Fish Boats

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Horses, Carmel

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In Virginia

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Jersey Woods

George Wesley Bellows

Julie Hudson

George Wesley Bellows

Lady Jean

George Wesley Bellows

Love of Winter


George Wesley Bellows Most Popular Paintings

George Wesley Bellows

Dempsey and Firpo

George Wesley Bellows

Cliff Dwellers

George Wesley Bellows

Horses, Carmel

George Wesley Bellows

Men of the Docks

George Wesley Bellows

Stag Night at Sharkey’s

George Wesley Bellows

Polo at Lakewood

George Wesley Bellows

The Lone Tenement

George Wesley Bellows

Blue Morning

George Wesley Bellows Paintings

George Wesley Bellows was an American painter, known for his bold depictions of urban life in New York City. Bellows was born in Columbus, Ohio. He attended Ohio State University from 1901 until 1904, where he was encouraged to become a professional baseball player because of his talent, but lacked the interest. He worked as a commercial illustrator while a student, and though he continued to accept magazine assignments throughout his life, Bellows desired enough success as a painter to avoid having to rely on illustration for income.

Paintings by George Bellows are in the collections of many major American art museums, including the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, and the Whitney and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The Columbus Museum of Art in Bellows' hometown also has a sizeable collection of both his portraits and New York street scenes.

 
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