"It Was a New Century'

Childe Hassam, "Avenue of the Allies," 1918. Oil on canvas. Private collection.
Walt Kuhn, "Clown in a Beaver Hat," 1944. Oil on canvas. Private collection.
A detail from Winslow Homer's "Schooners at Anchor, Key West," 1903. Watercolor on paper. Private collection.
A detail from George Luks' "The Race," ca. 1925. Oil on canvas. Private collection.
A detail from Jerome Myers' "Peddlers, Lower East Side," 1905. Oil on canvas. Private collection.
A detail from George Bellows' "A Stag at Sharkey's." 1917. Lithograph. Private collection.
Everett Shinn, "The Plaza Looking South on Fifth Avenue (Winter Night)," 1945. Gouache and pencil on paper. Private collection.
Maurice Prendergast, "Piazza of St. Mark’s,"ca. 1898–99. Watercolor and pencil on paper. Private collection.
Everett Shinn, "Parisian Dancer, 1921. Pastel on board. Private collection. "
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Paintings, prints, drawings, and watercolors are on view in the Yale University Art Gallery exhibition "It Was a New Century: Reflections on Modern America," featuring 60 works on loan that depict the dawn of the modern age in America.
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