Download a podcast and explore John Sloan's New York for yourself. Visit his former homes and favorite bars. See the sites he painted and learn about the city as he knew it. Heather Campbell Coyle, cocurator of Seeing the City: Sloan's New York, takes you on walking tours of Sloan's neighborhoods in Chelsea and Greenwich Village. For more information, read the podcast instructions, below.
Months after arriving in New York in 1904, Sloan settled in Chelsea. He lived there until 1912, and returned in 1935.
In 1912, Sloan moved to the Village, becoming part of a bohemian community of artists, writers, and radicals. He remained in there until 1935.
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- Fourth Street and Cornelia Street
- Golden Swan Gardens
- Sixth Avenue
- Carmine Theatre
- Sloan's home from 1913 to 1915
- Sloan's first apartment in the Village
- The Pirate's Den
- Romany Marie's Tavern
- Jefferson Market
- Shinn's Studio
- MacDougal Alley
- Original Whitney Museum
- Brevoort Hotel and One Fifth Avenue
- Lafayette Hotel
- Astor Library
- McSorley's Bar
- Triangle Shirtwaist Factory
- Washington Square South
- The Oasis of Washington Square
- Judson Memorial Church and Sloan's last home and studio in the Village
- Washington Square