Crosslights1913 by William Sergeant Kendall

William Sergeant Kendall (Spuyten Duyvil, Bronx, 1869 - Hot Springs, Virginia, 1938) was an American painter, most famous for his evocative scenes of domestic life; his wife and three young daughters were frequent subjects in his early work. Kendall began an affair with an underaged pupil, Christine Herter, whom he married following the dissolution of his first marriage in 1921. Although mainly a painter, Kendall also modeled and carved sculptures throughout his career.
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Media: oil on canvas
Dimensions (h/w/d): 60 30 (152 76)
Location: Detroit Institute of Arts , Detroit