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The Ashcan School

Despite its name, the Ashcan School was never a formal school or unified movement. The term refers to a loosely-connected group of American artists, mostly working in New York City, in the early 20th century, who focused on scenes of daily life. Their works were typically rougher in style than academic painting of the time, and depicted the harsh realities of poverty and deprivation in the crowded modern city.

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