Definition of Ashcan School in English:

Ashcan School

Syllabification: Ash·can School
Pronunciation: /ˈaSHkan ˌsko͞ol
A group of American realist painters active from circa 1908 until World War I, who painted scenes from the slums of New York. The school grew out of the group called “the Eight.”.

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