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Don Freeman is a vastly underrated second generation Ashcan School artist. The stamp of his teacher, John Sloan, is reflected in his lively and witty depictions of the streets of New York.
We own an early Don Freeman painting from the 1930s, of a city scene of New York City life. We love it...