The paintings that the American artist William Glackens created while spending time on Long Island, New York, have enthralled the public since they were first exhibited a century ago, particularly those depicting the summer community of Bellport. But what about the works he created in the small, nearby village of Bay Shore, also located along the Long Island's south shore? In this new publication, the paintings from this part of his career are illustrated for the first time and discussed alongside a surviving sketchbook of the same era, adding a whole new dimension to the period that the artist worked (and lived) on Long Island, New York. Hardcover with color dustjacket, 100pp. Text plus 21 color and 54 black & white illustrations.