George W. Bellows (1882 – 1925) was an American painter who depicted scenes of urban life in his works. Although from Ohio, most of art was painted in New York City. His themes varied and included social and political themes, domestic life, sports, and landscapes. His wife and children were common subjects in his works. Our pattern collection includes most of his most recognized works including Dempsey and Firpo, Polo at Lakewood, Emma at the Piano, Paddy Flanagan, Builders of Ships, and Cliff Dwellers.