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Ormonde De Kay

Ormonde de Kay’s study of Luks’s colleague Everett Shinn appeared in the December 1985 issue.

Articles by this Author

Luks, February 1988 | Vol. 39, No. 1
He claimed his critics didn’t like his work because it was “too noisy,” but he didn’t care what any of them said. George Luks’s determination to paint only what interested him was his greatest strength—and his greatest weakness.
Shinn, December 1985 | Vol. 37, No. 1
He was the most naturally gifted of The Eight, and his vigorous, uninhibited vision of city life transformed American painting at the turn of the century. In fact, he may have been too gifted.
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