George Bellows, 1907 - Little Girl in White (Queenie Burnett) - fine art print

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Advised by his friend and teacher Robert Henri to select subjects that reflected the realism of modern urban life, George Bellows portrayed the recreational activities of New York City’s lower-class children in such paintings as River Rats (1906, private collection), and Forty-two Kids (1907). In 1907 he painted two full-length portraits of individual children: Little Girl in White and Frankie the Organ Boy (both now at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO). Unlike his late 19th-century predecessors, who popularized the street urchin genre by representing well-scrubbed, idealized children playing with pets or engaged in entrepreneurial activities, Bellows portrayed his subjects in a bluntly realistic manner. The subject of this painting, Queenie Burnett, was the artist’s laundry delivery girl. Her underprivileged background is evident in her gaunt face, exaggeratedly large eyes, unkempt hair, and ungainly figure.

This was Bellows’s first figural work to be exhibited around the country—it was included in 15 public exhibitions during his lifetime—and he was awarded the first Hallgarten Prize when the painting was shown at the National Academy of Design in 1913.

Things you should know about the more than 110 years old work of art

Little Girl in White (Queenie Burnett) is a masterpiece made by George Bellows in 1907. The original of the painting was made with the size: 158 x 87 cm (62 3/16 x 34 1/4 in). Oil on canvas was applied by the North American artist as the technique for the masterpiece. Furthermore, this artpiece is in the the digital collection of National Gallery of Art. With courtesy of - National Gallery of Art, Washington (license: public domain).The creditline of the artpiece is the following: . Furthermore, alignment is in portrait format with an image ratio of 9 : 16, meaning that the length is 45% shorter than the width.

Available product materials

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Artist table

Artist name: George Bellows
Aliases: Bellows George, George Wesley Bellows, בלאוס ג'ורג', Bellows George Wesley, Bellouz Dzhorzh, geo bellows, George Bellows, geo. bellows, Bellows
Gender: male
Artist nationality: American
Professions: lithographer, painter
Country of origin: United States
Classification: modern artist
Life span: 43 years
Year born: 1882
Year died: 1925

Structured details of the piece of art

Work of art name: "Little Girl in White (Queenie Burnett)"
Artwork classification: painting
General category: modern art
Temporal classification: 20th century
Created in: 1907
Age of artwork: 110 years old
Painted on: oil on canvas
Original artwork dimensions: 158 x 87 cm (62 3/16 x 34 1/4 in)
Exhibited in: National Gallery of Art
Museum location: Washington D.C., United States of America
web page: National Gallery of Art
License: public domain
Courtesy of: National Gallery of Art, Washington

About this article

Print product type: fine art reproduction
Method of reproduction: reproduction in digital format
Production method: UV direct printing
Provenance: manufactured in Germany
Type of stock: on demand production
Proposed product use: wall gallery, art reproduction gallery
Orientation of the artwork: portrait format
Image ratio: 9 : 16 - (length : width)
Aspect ratio implication: the length is 45% shorter than the width
Available variants: acrylic glass print (with real glass coating), canvas print, metal print (aluminium dibond), poster print (canvas paper)
Canvas on stretcher frame (canvas print): 50x90cm - 20x35", 100x180cm - 39x71"
Acrylic glass print (with real glass coating) variants: 50x90cm - 20x35", 100x180cm - 39x71"
Poster print (canvas paper) size options: 50x90cm - 20x35"
Aluminium print sizes: 50x90cm - 20x35"
Framing of the artprint: without frame

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