Table of contents for Picturing the city : urban vision and the Ashcan School / Rebecca Zurier.


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Acknowledgments
Introduction

Part One: The Setting
1. Another Look at the Ashcan School
2. Seeing New York: The Turn-of-the-Century Culture of Looking
3. A Walk through the City on Paper: The Tradition of the
Mobile Observer

Part Two: The Artists
4. Robert Henri and the Real Thing
5. The Reporter's Vision: Everett Shinn and the City as Spectacle
6. The Cartoonist's Vision (Part 1): William Glackens and the
Legible City
7. The Cartoonist's Vision (Part 2): Bellows, Luks, and Urban Difference
Part Three: John Sloan's Urban Vision
8. The Storyteller's Vision: John Sloan and the Limits of
Visual Knowledge

Conclusion: The Legacy of the Ashcan School
Notes
Selected Bibliography
List of Illustrations
Index


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Ashcan school of art.
Art, American -- New York (State) -- New York -- 20th century.
New York (N.Y.) -- In art.