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Maynard Walker


Maynard Walker established the Maynard Walker Gallery in New York around 1935, and opened a branch in Hollywood, California in 1938. He was a primary promoter of the Regionalists, a group of painters devoted to representing realistic depictions of American small-town scenes. Although quite popular in the 1930s and early 40s, Regionalism fell out of favor in the face of World War II, as the influx of European artists fleeing hostilities changed American tastes.

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