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Artists who influenced Thomas Anshutz
A native of Newport, Kentucky, he was known primarily for his paintings of female figures, usually isolated in a contemplative or coquettish pose. However, his most famous canvas is atypical of his work and was an industrial genre piece titled "Steelworkers-Noontime," completed in 1882. He became a long-time teacher at the Philadelphia Academy of the Fine Arts and had the dark palette and ... more (Google)Artists who were influenced by Thomas Anshutz

Thomas Eakins

Rose
(Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Ironworkers Noontime
(Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco)

John Sloan

William Merritt Chase

Rebecca Whelan

Boy Reading
(Brooklyn Museum)

William Glackens

Lemuel Everett Wilmarth

Way They Live
(Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Bermuda, South Shore
(Masterworks Foundation)

John Marin
 
Pennsylvania Scene
(Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco)

Self Portrait
(National Academy Museum)

Robert Henri