William Glackens ((1870 – 1938) was an American Realist Painter and one of the founders of the Ashcan School of American Art which focused on portraying scenes of daily middle class life in New York. The works from this group were robust, urban themes done with energetic painting styles. Glackens later developed his own coloristic style which many compared to Renoir. His subject matters varied constantly through his life with portraits, landscapes, and still lifes. Our set of William Glackens patterns includes At Mouquin’s, The Soda Fountain, L’Apertif, Nude with Apples, The Terrace, Washington Square, Descending from the Bus, Bathers, Portsmouth Harbor, Luise in a Pink Dress, Girl with Green Apples, The Breakfast Porch, Buddha and the Maidens, The Lake, and a self portrait.