Arts Everyday Living: An Arts Interlude for the Post-Thanksgiving Holiday Rush

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The shopping experience has certainly changed since 1907 when American artist William Glackens captured his wife (clothed in a fur coat) considering her next purchase at a stylish New York boutique. How many of you can expect such personalized service today, especially now during the post-Thanksgiving holiday rush?



William James Glackens (1870-1938) belonged  to the artists’ group called The Eight which was based in New York City in the early 20th century.  Glackens, like his fellow members, painted the ever changing urban spectacle, from the crowded tenements of the Lower East Side to Fifth Avenue’s corridor of affluent mansions and parks.

William Glackens, The Shopper, 1907-1908, oil on canvas, Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, Virginia

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