Three A.M., by John Sloan, 1909.
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A rooming house scene with two female figures, the color red vs. green.

Credit: Courtesy of The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Given by Cyrus McCormick

Born and raised in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, John Sloan (1871-1951) worked as a newspaper illustrator in Philadelphia before leaving for New York in 1904. The scenes of city life he painted there would make his reputation as one of America's great artists.

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