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Perhaps it is the view to the ocean from John Marin's Porch in Cape Split, Maine, captured by William Kienbusch, or the view of her back yard from Catherine Drabkin's Pittsburgh porch, or admiring William Glackens' lively bouquet of gladioli, freshly picked from the garden, or envisioning the shade provided by freshly washed laundry on a New York roof top for John Sloan's mother and son, the summer afternoon is, indeed, a lovely time.