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Contents 

N. B. — ^For full Index see page 403. 



PAGE 

List of 88 Illustrations 5 

Index to Advertisers 7 

The Year in Art 9 

The Importance of Art Museums in Our Smaller Cities, by Robert W. 

de Forest 11 

List of Sales of Paintings, 1911-1912 19 

Paintings Sold at Auction, 1911-1912, tabulated 23 

Obituaries, October, 1911, to December, 1912 75 

Art Magazines 82 

Press List of Newspapers Interested in Art 84 

Reports of Art Museimis and Art Societies 85 

American Federation of Arts 85 

Boston 95 

Chicago 102 

New York 135 

Philadelphia 158 

Washington 177 

Professional Art Schools 187 

Who's Who in Art, a biographical directory of American painters, 

sculptors and illustrators 201 

List of Sculptors 384 

List of Illustrators 387 

Members of National Academy of Design from foundation to date 393 



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List of Illustrations 



Fadnff Page 
A Fisherman's Wife, by Charles W. Hawthorne Frontispiece 

Omaha Society of Fine Arts 10 

Delgado Museimi, New Orleans 11 

Hackley Art Gallery, Muskegon, Mich 12 

Fort Worth Art Association, Exhibition of Paintings 13 

Public Library, Milton, Mass., Exhibition of Mezzotints 14 

Madison Art Association, Exhibition of Water Colors 15 

Public Library, Denver, Photographs of American Sculpture 16 

Artists' Qub of Denver, Exhibition of Paintings 17 

Minneapolis Public Library, Exhibition of American Illustrations.... 18 

George Washington, by Gilbert Stuart 19 

Mrs. Baillie, by Sir Henry Raebum 48 

Stained Glass Window, Lawyers' Club, New York 49 

General Washington at Fort Lee, by C. Y. Turner 74 

Labor and the Spirit of Rain and Sunshine, by Hugo Ballin 74 

Francis D. Millet, N. A 76 

J. Scott Hartley, N. A 80 

Candelabra, State Education Building, Albany, by Charles Keck 81 

Bronze Candelabra, State Education Building, Albany, by Charles Keck. 84 

Medallion Over Entrance to State Education Building, by Charles Keck. 85 

Towering Trees, by Daniel Garber; Palmer Gold Medal, Chicago 96 

Torre Galle, by John Singer Sargent 97 

Twilight, by George Inness 102 

Under the Trees, by Eliot Qark; Third Hallgarten Medal, N. A. D. . . . 103 

Olivia, by Lydia Field Emmet; Mention, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh. 112 

Village Rider, by John C. Johansen ; Harris Medal, Chicago 113 

Lake Louise, by Albert Groll ; Inness Gold Medal, N. A. D 128 

San Juan Pottery, by £. Irving Couse; Isidor Medal, N. A. D 129 

Story Hour for Elementary Pupils, Metropolitan Museum of Art.... 144 

Rev. Joseph Sewall, by John Smibert 145 

Life, by Edwin H. Blashfield ; Carnegie Prize, N. A. D 150 

Dinner to Winner of Shaw Prize, Salmagundi Gub, New York 151 

The Red Oak, by Willard L. Metcalf ; Sesnan Medal, P. A. F. A 160 

Open Sea, by Emil Carlsen ; Gold Medal, P. A. F. A 161 

Winter Morning, East River, by Wm. Ritschel; Mention, Carnegie 

Institute, Pittsburgh 164 

Freshening Gale, by Paul Dougherty; Medal, Carnegie Institute, Pitts- 
burgh 165 

Toledo Art Museum 176 

Preparing for the Ball, by Charles Bittinger ; Clarke Prize, N. A. D 177 

Columbus Memorial, Washington, by Lorado Taft 186 

Morning, by John Gregory; Roman Scholarship in Sculpture 187 

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Facing Page 

John W. Alexander Frontispiece, "Who's Who in Art." 201 

Cecilia Beaux 208 

J. Carroll Beckwith 209 

Karl Bitter 212 

Edwin H. Blashfield 213 

F. A. Bridgman 220 

William M. Chase 221 

William A. Coffin / 224 

Timothy Cole 225 

Samuel Colman 228 

E. I. Couse 229 

Kenyon Cox 236 

Bruce Crane '237 

Charles C. Curran 240 

Charles H. Davis 241 

Daniel C. French 244 

Lucia Fairchild Fuller 245 

Edward Gay 252 

Charles Grafly 253 

T. Alexander Harrison 256 

E. L. Henry 257 

George Inness, Jr 260 

Samuel Isham 261 

W. L. Lathrop 268 

William H. Lippincott 269 

H. A. MacNeil 272 

Charles H. Miller 273 

H. Siddons Mowbray 276 

Leonard Ochtman 277 

Walter L. Palmer 284 

Arthur Parton 285 

F. K. M. Rehn 288 

Frederick G. R. Roth 289 

R. M. Shurtleff 292 

George H. Smillie 293 

Gardner Sjmions 300 

Abbott H. Thayer 301 

D. W. Tryon 304 

Robert Vonnoh 305 

Henry Oliver Walker 320 

Harry W. Watrous 321 

Frederick T. Waugh 336 

A. A. Weinman 337 

C D. Weldon 352 

Irvin R. Wiles 353 

F. Ballard Williams 372 

L. E. Wilmarth 373 

Henry Wolf 380 

George Yewell 381 



Index to Advertisers 



Page. 

American Art Annual 186 

Anderson Auction Company VI 

Arlington Art Galleries * XI 

Art and Progress 422 

Budworth, W. S., & Sons XII 

Butler, D. B., & Company X 

Carroll Art Galleries XI 

Devoe, F. W., & C. T. Raynolds Company IX 

Ehrich Galleries VII 

Folsom Galleries X 

Gimpcl & Wildenstein VIII 

Htmter, George Lcland XIV 

International Studio XV 

Kaldenberg, F. W.'s, Sons XVI 

Kimberly Company XII 

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Macbeth Galleries V 

Montross Galleries Ill 

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Pottier & Stymus Company XVI 

Powell, William H XIII 

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Ralston Galleries XII 

Schultheis, Henry X 

Tapestries XIV 

Vose, R. C. & N. M XVI 

Who's Who in Architecture IV 

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7 



The Year in Art 



The keynote of the progress in art appreciation was struck at the 1912 
convention of the American Federation of Arts by Robert W. de Forest in 
his address on "The Importance of Art Museums in Our Smaller Gties/' 
which is reprinted in full in this volume of the "American Art Annual." The 
unanimous election of Mr. de Forest as President of the Federation and the 
selection of The Small Museum as one of the chief topics for the 1913 con- 
vention, prove the importance of this subject 

During the season of 1911-1912 four art museums were dedicated — ^the 
Delgado Museum at New Orleans, the Toledo Museum of Art, the Hackley 
Art Gallery at Muskegon, Mich., and the Bevier Memorial at Rochester, N. Y. 
New art museums are being planned or have already been begun at Qeve- 
land, Detroit, Kansas City, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, Rochester and Seattle; 
while important wings are in course of construction at the Metropolitan 
Museum of Art in New York, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, and the 
Morgan Memorial at Hartford. 

The gifts to art during the year include $1,500,000 to the Boston 
Museum from Francis P. Bartlett; the F. C. Hewitt bequest of a similar 
amount to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, to which Francis L. Leland 
gave more than $1,000,000, the largest amount ever received during the life- 
time of the donor. 

One of the important events of 1912 was the transportation of the valu- 
able art collections of J. Pierpont Morgan from London to New York, where 
a group of thirty of his paintings is being shown at the Metropolitan Museum 
of Art. 

Changes in directors of museums are the appointment of William H. 
Fox, at one time director of the Indianapolis Museum, as Curator-in-Chief of 
the Museums of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences; Frederic Allen 
Whiting, late secretary of the Boston Society of Arts and Crafts, was 
appointed Director of the Herron Art Institute at Indianapolis; J. £. D. 
Trask, director of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts accepted the 
post of Chief of the Art Department for the Panama-Pacific Exposition to 
be held at San Francisco in 1915, thus leaving vacant the directorship of the 
Pennsylvania Academy; Robert A. Holland, who had been Acting Director 
of the City Art Museum of St. Louis since the death of Halsey C. Ives, in 
May, 1911, was appointed Director, January 15, 1913. 

Art societies organized in New York include the Association of Ameri- 
can Painters and Sculptors, the National Association of Portrait Painters and 
the Museum of French Art. The Michigan State Federation of Art was 
formed in October, 1912. Utah was the first State to organize for the pur- 
pose of sending exhibitions to smaller towns and cities. This was in 1898; 
Minnesota organized a State Art Society in 1903 ; the Washington State Art 
Society was incorporated in 1906, and Indiana, though not officially organized, 
has had traveling exhibitions arranged by the President of the Richmond 
Art Association since 1907. This makes five States which are systematically 

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cultivating our appreciation for beauty. Municipal Art Commission^ were 
cstoblished in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Milwaukee, and are under discus- 
sion for New York State and New Haven, Conn. 

The broadening of interest is shown in the exhibitions of foreign art 
that have been held. Heretofore the Carnegie Institute at Pittsburgh held 
the only international exhibition of paintings. In the autumn of 1911 works 
by modern French painters were exhibited at the Albright Gallery in Buffalo 
and later in other cities. The American- Scandinavian Society showed their 
native work in New York in December, 1912, and it is now traveling to 
other cities; a German Applied Arts exhibition was organized by the Newark 
Art Museum, shown there in March, 1912, and sent on a tour ; while the new 
Association of American Painters and Sculptors has an important inter- 
national exhibition in New York at the present time, and the French Museum 
announces an exhibition of modern French paintings for the spring of 1913. 

During the year ended October, 1912, 3,634 paintings were sold at 
auction in the United States for $1,150,119, according to the records pub- 
lished in this volume. Of this number 2,265 brought $50 or over. The high- 
est price was $85,000 for "Lake Nemi" in the Newcomb sale. European 
sales of the year were more important; the Doucet sale in Paris brought 
over $2,750,000 and in Berlin the collection of Edward P. Webber was sold 
for over $1,125,000; it included the "Virgin and Child," by Andrea Man- 
tegna, which brought $150,000, the highest price for a single picture during 
the year. 

"Who's Who in Art," the biographical directory of living American 
painters, sculptors and illustrators, which forms part of this volume of the 
"American Art Annual," was published in November as a separate book. 
It contains 3,769 names and addresses; 1,202 names are of new exhibitors 
appearing here for the first time; 770 have been dropped. This directory 
will not be repeated until 1915, its place in Volume XI being taken by a 
list of deceased American painters and in Volume XII by a biographical 
directory of architects. 

The 88 illustrations in the present volume include a series of views in 
small museums, prize pictures of the year, and portraits of 49 members of 
the National Academy of Design. 

The sinking of the "Titanic" caused the death of three artists — ^Frank D. 
Millet and S. Ward Stanton, painters, and the architect, Edward A. Kent. 

With this volume the "American Art Annual" begins its career as the 
property of the art societies of the United States. The first issue, in 1898, 
was the result of a personal conviction that art history was being made so 
rapidly that only by a regular publication could the essential facts be accessi- 
ble to those to whom they were necessary in carrying forward the art devel- 
opment of this country. In 1902 a small group of public-spirited citizens 
formed a company to strengthen the publication and this in turn has given 
way to the greater power, the American Federation of Arts. The editor 
hereby extends hearty thanks to all who have aided in bringing the "Ameri- 
can Art Annual" to its present standing. 
March 1, 1913. Fumxsa N. Levy. 



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cultivating our appreciation for beauty. Municipal Art Commissions were 
established in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Milwaukee, and are under discus- 
sion for New York State and New Haven, Conn. 

The broadening of interest is shown in the exhibitions of foreign art 
that have been held. Heretofore the Carnegie Institute at Pittsburgh held 
the only international exhibition of paintings. In the autumn of 1911 works 
by modern French painters were exhibited at the Albright Gallery in Buffalo 
and later in other cities. The American-Scandinavian Society showed their 
native work in New York in December, 1912, and it is now traveling to 
other cities; a German Applied Arts exhibition was organized by the Newark 
Art Museum, shown there in March, 1912, and sent on a tour; while the new 
Association of American Painters and Sculptors has an important inter- 
national exhibition in New York at the present time, and the French Museum 
announces an exhibition of modern French paintings for the spring of 1913. 

During the year ended October, 1912, 3,634 paintings were sold at 
auction in the United States for $1,150,119, according to the records pub- 
lished in this volume. Of this number 2,265 brought $50 or over. The high- 
est price was $85,000 for "Lake Nemi'' in the Newcomb sale. European 
sales of the year were more important; the Doucet sale in Paris brought 
over $2,750,000 and in Berlin the collection of Edward P. Webber was sold 
for over $1,125,000; it included the "Virgin and Child," by Andrea Man- 
tegna, which brought $150,000, the highest price for a single picture during 
the year. 

"Who's Who in Art," the biographical directory of living American 
painters, sculptors and illustrators, which forms part of this volume of the 
"American Art Annual," was published in November as a separate book. 
It contains 3,769 names and addresses; 1,202 names are of new exhibitors 
appearing here for the first time; 770 have been dropped. This directory 
will not be repeated until 1915, its place in Volume XI being taken by a 
list of deceased American painters and in Volume XII by a biographical 
directory of architects. 

The 88 illustrations in the present volume include a series of views in 
small museums, prize pictures of the year, and portraits of 49 members of 
the National Academy of Design. 

The sinking of the "Titanic" caused the death of three artists — Frank D. 
Millet and S. Ward Stanton, painters, and the architect, Edward A. Kent. 

With this volume the "American Art Annual" begins its career as the 
property of the art societies of the United States. The first issue, in 1898, 
was the result of a personal conviction that art history was being made so 
rapidly that only by a regular publication could the essential facts be accessi- 
ble to those to whom they were necessary in carrying forward the art devel- 
opment of this country. In 1902 a small group of public-spirited citizens 
formed a company to strengthen the publication and this in turn has given 
way to the greater power, the American Federation of Arts. The editor 
hereby extends hearty thanks to all who have aided in bringing the "Ameri- 
can Art Annual" to its present standing. 
March 1, 1913. Floonce N. Levy. 



The Importance of 
Art Museums in Our Smaller Cities 



By Robert W. de Forest, 

Vice-President and Secretary, Metropolitan Museum of Art; 
President, American Federation of Arts. 



Address at Third Annual Convention of The American Federation 
of Arts, Washington, D. C, May 9, 1912. 



Some five years ago I received a letter from Mr. Andrew Car- 
negie which, as I recall, read somewhat as follows: 

"Dear Mr. de Forest : 

"I offer a prize for a suggestion of the best philanthropic use to 
which I can put the sum of $5,000,000 — ^something definite and 
useful. Will you compete? I am sending a similar letter to sev- 
eral other friends." 

I ought to say, parenthetically, that I made several suggestions 
to Mr. Carnegie for the use of that $5,000,000, that none of my 
suggestions, so far as I know, have ever been carried out, and that 
I did not receive the prize. I know, however, that my efforts in 
Mr. Carnegie's behalf, and in behalf of that $5,000,000, were appre- 
ciated, because I had a very kind acknowledgment of my letter from 
him, and I have no doubt that somebody else proposed something 
which seemed to Mr. Carnegie more useful or more in line with 
his inclinations. 

One of my suggestions related to the establishment of small art 
museums, and here it is just as I wrote it to Mr. Carnegie : 

"Small art galleries, distinctly intended to remain small art 
galleries and to perform an educational rather than an aesthetic 
function in our smaller cities in which the establishment of large 
art galleries is unlikely and possibly unnecessary. The donor's con- 
tribution might be an appropriate building, the cost of which might 
run anywhere from fifty to one hundred thousand dollars, and an 
art collection, largely of reproductions and photographs, to cost, say, 
fifty thousand dollars. The land might be included in the gift or 
might be exacted as a condition of the gift. 

"An essential feature of such a plan would be an agreement on 
the part of the city or of a body of citizens to meet maintenance, 
which is analogous to the agreement which you have been accustomed 

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to make in the case of libraries. Another essential would be an effi- 
cient body of trustees, independent of the city government, but in 
which the city should be represented ex-officio by its mayor or some 
other officers. 

"Many years ago you joined me, if I remember right, in visiting 
the first small museum of this kind in America, located at Norwich, 
Connecticut, and there are other small museums in the country but 
they have usually been evolved out of the private collection of some 
citizen, who has generally had more money than artistic taste, and 
they have not as a rule become serious educational factors. Such 
museums should have an intimate and useful relation to the public 
schools and educational institutions of the city in which they arc 
located and they should also have an intimate relation to your libra- 
ries, as furnishing object lessons and material for object teaching. 

"Reproductive processes have so far advanced in the last few 
years that many of the best things in art can be shown in the form 
of reproductions at modest cost. The bronze reproductions of stat- 
uary, Roman implements and the like from the Naples Museum; 
electrotype reproductions of silverware, jewelry and other forms 
of art in metal ; high grade and large sized permanent photographic 
reproductions of paintings and drawings, and also reproductions in 
color of great artistic beauty, can now be obtained; all this quite 
aside from plaster casts, which we are using at the Metropolitan 
and which they have used so excellently in Pittsburgh. 

"I should think, at a maximum initial cost of two hundred thou- 
sand dollars apiece, such museums could be established in many 
American cities and could furnish practical education for artisans 
as well as aesthetic education for art classes, including the school 
children. 

"The industrial arts, so called, should have an equal place with 
the fine arts, so called, in such museums, particularly where they 
are located in an industrial community. Such a plan of giving would 
involve careful advance investigation, because each gift, to be ef- 
fective, would require sympathetic co-operation with city authori^ 
ties and with a small body of citizens, who would have to be selected 
to administer it." 

As I read over this proposition after the lapse of several years, 

it seems to me a good one. I am quite ready to accord it a prize 

myself, and I offer it now to any philanthropists, of artistic bent, 

who are ready to invest any sum, whether it be $5,000,000 for many 

of such museums, or even an humble $100,000 for a single one. I am 

even ready to go further and suggest that the time is ripe for some 

missionary effort to spread the true gospel of art education in all 

the "dark spots" of America by the establishment of such museums. 

Interest in art and art education has been gradually growing in our 



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country for the last hundred years. It was never so great as now, 
nor were we ever able to direct it so intelligently as we now are. 
It is eminently a time for action. This is not mere assertion or 
mere personal judgment. It is an opinion predicated upon some 
knowledge of the development of art institutions in America dur- 
ing the last hundred years and of their more rapid development in 
recent times. I have had the opportunity of looking over some sta- 
tistics as to the extent of this development, and I have in my hands 
a list of a number of art museums and like institutions now existent 
in the United States. It may surprise you to know that the number 
on my list runs up to 119. Moreover, there are several points of 
interest brought out by this list, particularly as to the genesis of these 
institutions, or, as I might call it, the inspiration from which they 
have sprung. Of these one hundred and nineteen, 42 are directly 
connected with educational institutions, and of these forty-two, 34 
are organically connected with American colleges and universities. 
In other words, not less than 42 have been directly evolved from edu- 
cational needs. Not a single one of the 119 is a public institution, 
state or municipal, as is the case with almost every European art 
museum. All were established by private initiative, either independ- 
ently or as an outgrowth of and connected with other institutions like 
our colleges. None, until recent times, have received any support 
from moneys raised by taxation, but lately the public interest in such 
museums has become so great, and their educational value so well 
recognized, that support has begun to be given to them from public 
funds, just as it has for a long time been given to our schools and to 
many of our universities. Of the 119 on my list not less than 24 are 
now receiving support, to a greater or less extent, from moneys 
raised by general taxation, be it from municipality or state, or as here 
in Washington, from the Federal Government, and have thus in a de- 
gree become public institutions. While the larger number of these 
art museums have grown out of the educational needs of colleges 
and like educational institutions, many of them, by their names, bear 
the imprint of an individual foundation. Such are the "Corcoran 
Gallery" in Washington, the "Field Museum" in Chicago, and the 
"Albright Gallery" in Buffalo. Eighteen on my list carry the names 
of their original donors. 

The earliest institution of which I have any record, now pos- 
sessing an art gallery, dates back to 1804. It is the New York 



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Historical Society. An art collection did not form part of its original 
purpose. It was a subsequent adjunct to its activities, dating from 
1844 as I remember. 

A year later, in 1805, was founded the first educational institu- 
tion in the interest of art of which I have knowledge. This was the 
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia. 

Few of the 119 institutions on my list, however, were organized 
early in the last century. But interest in art, judging from the 
dates of their organization, was progressive, and the greatest in- 
crease has been in the most recent period, since 1890. Moreover, the 
most important museums were only founded a little more than forty 
years ago, and all about the same time, indicating the national char- 
acter of this movement. To be a little more specific, the Corcoran 
Gallery in Washington, an individual endowment, was founded in 
1869. The Chicago Art Institute, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 
and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, representing 
public movements in each city, were all founded between 1868 and 
1870. 

This information may seem too statistical, but I give it to 
demonstrate my proposition, that now is a propitious time to move 
in the establishment of more art museums. It is plain that they 
meet a need which has been felt in our country for more than a 
century; that this need, judged by the number of art institutions 
which have been organized, has been an increasing one, and that by 
the same standard it has never been as great as it is now. The 
same statistics show that the American public is sufficiently aroused 
to this need to begin supplying it from general taxation. 

I am tempted to illustrate still further the growing strength 
of the movement for art education by looking back over its develop- 
ment in my own city of New York. Were I as familiar with Bos- 
ton or Philadelphia I could undoubtedly use these cities as well. It 
is hard for any of us, who can now visit the extensive galleries of 
our Metropolitan Museum, with a knowledge that the city itself is 
contributing $200,000 a year from city revenue toward its support, 
to realize that fifty years ago there were few opportunities to 
see pictures or statuary, or any beautiful objects of art in New 
York. Nathaniel Hawthorne's biographer recalls that the only art 
inspiration which the author of "The Marble Fawn" could obtain in 
his native town of Salem was within the covers of a copy of "Flax- 



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man's Outlines." New York fifty years ago had something more to 
gratify its art hunger, but after all very little. There was a small 
collection of pictures in the Historical Society, darkly seen at best 
in its old Second Avenue building. There were two private gal- 
leries, neither of which, as I recall, contained a single "old mas- 
ter," which could be occasionally seen on application to their owners. 
There were a few pictures in private houses, hanging with the old 
engravings of the Art Union. That was about all, unless we are 
to count the occasional exhibit of a single picture. I recall as a 
child being taken by my mother to see Leutze's picture of "Wash- 
ington Crossing the Delaware," now in the Metropolitan Museum of 
Art, which was being exhibited in a rear room in Broadway, at an 
entrance fee of twenty-five cents per person. And there were many 
persons willing to pay such a price for the sight of a single picture, 
whereas now everyone can see a thousand for nothing. The "cost 
of living" in art, unlike other elements in the cost of living, has 
steadily gone down. Not that there had been no agitation in New 
York for art inspiration, but that up to the time the Metropolitan 
Museum was founded that agitation had proved so abortive in 
results. 

It is instructive to recall how long that agitation had been going 
on and how it manifested itself. 

The first movement in New York of which I have any real 
knowledge dates back to 1802, when the American Academy of 
Fine Arts was established. It does not exist now. It was inspired 
by the same purpose which now, more than a hundred years later, 
is the first thought of every budding art museum — a collection of 
casts. That purpose, as expressed in its constitution, was : "To pro- 
cure casts in plaster of the most beautiful pieces of ancient sculpture 
now located in the National Museum of Paris." What was then 
known as the National Museum of Paris is now known as The 
Louvre. It is also interesting to note some of the men who were con- 
cerned in that movement: Chancellor Livingston, who served as 
Ambassador to France, was really its leader, and associated with 
him are the names of men well known in the political history of 
America as well as in the history of its artistic development — ^Aaron 
Burr, Robert Fulton (who was an artist as well as an inventor), 
John Trumbull and De Witt Clinton, a somewhat remarkable con- 
junction. 



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Our National Academy of Design, which is now in full bloom 
and prosperity (I mean the one in New York) dates back to 1825. 

Then followed what was originally the Art Association and be- 
came the American Art Union. Those of you who are older will 
probably recall the engravings published by the American Art Un- 
ion, which were scattered broadcast throughout the country in im- 
mense quantity. Fifty years ago they furnished the walls of almost 
every American parlor. Few are now to be seen except in garrets, 
but they were good engravings of their kind and they constituted 
the most important art influence of the period. Except for the fact 
that the operations of this very successful society were stopped by 
the lottery law, it might at the present time be one of the largest 
and most important art institutions in the country. Its scheme was 
to give to every subscriber of five dollars one of these engravings, 
and, judging from the number I have seen, there must have been a 
great many of them. The original pictures from which engravings 
were taken, and other original pictures painted by American artists 
of high quality, were distributed by a lottery among all the members. 
The Art Union was self-supporting and even profitable, but a de- 
cision of the court, unfortunate for the cause of art, however ad- 
vantageous otherwise, that this method of disposing of pictures was 
a violation of the lottery law, killed it. 

Then we have the New York Gallery of Fine Arts in 1844, 
now defunct, and in 1854 was founded the Cooper Union. 

Perhaps I have dwelt too much on past history, but I have had 
a reason for doing so. I have wished to make it plain that a real 
love of art, an earnest desire to cultivate good taste in art, and to 
do so by collections of pictures, statues and other objects of art, has 
existed in our country from the very earliest period ; that it has been 
increasing in intensity as time has gone on ; that it has led, as far 
back as the early part of the last century, to the collections in dif- 
ferent parts of the country, many of them evolved from educational 
needs, others based upon the desire of some art collector to per- 
petuate his taste and perpetuate his name ; that the art museums of 
New York, Boston and Chicago, already beginning to be ranked 
as great from even a European viewpoint, are the more recent ex- 
pression of this movement in our larger cities ; that the same impulse 
is being felt in the smaller cities ; that it is finding more or less ex- 
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ripe for a great advance in the cause of art and art education through- 
out the entire country. 

What possibilities does this situation open to those who, like 
ourselves, are sincerely interested in the cultivation of aesthetic taste 
in America, and particularly in the development of art education? 
I think so far as the large cities are concerned that they can be 
wisely left to take care of themselves. They should each of them 
create their own art museum in their own way, be it by a public 
movement in which a great many citizens join, or be it on the in- 
itiative of some single citizen who is generous enough to take upon 
himself this public duty. But as for the small museums, I think the 
time has come when we should systematically seek to develop them. 
The small museum is a matter of comparatively small cost, and in- 
herently it is quite as important as the public library. It may be that 
a movement of this kind could be left to progress as it has done in 
the past, by private initiative springing up here or there, unrelated 
to similar movements elsewhere, undirected by other experience, un- 
guided, it may be, by expert knowledge. But we can make prog- 
ress faster. I think some missionary or propagandist movement 
should be started somehow, or by somebody, which can excite 
interest where interest does not exist, direct interest in the right 
channel where it does exist, and tell many who are earnestly wish- 
ing to do this particular thing how it has been done, how easily it 
can be done and how comparatively inexpensive it is. And I say 
this with some degree of experience in similar lines. It has been my 
good fortune to be associated with some such propagandist move- 
ments intended to accomplish in philanthropy just what I now sug- 
gest should be done in art. I will illustrate. There has been for 
some years a movement of this kind in developing charity organiza- 
tion societies throughout the country. I use the term "charity or- 
ganization societies" to designate a class which in many places have 
a different title. I mean societies intended to perform the funda- 
mental charitable work of a growing city. Thirty years ago there 
were not more than 20 such societies in the United States; now 
there are 262, not all of them, to be sure, efficiently organized, not 
all of them adequately performing the functions to which I refer, 
but all of them directed toward the same ideal. They would have 
increased without any encouragement from outside, but they never 
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now be efficient, without the propagandist effort to which I refer. 
Take another line of development, the playground movement, with 
which many of you are familiar. It is very recent. It is quite wide- 
spread. It is a movement in which almost everyone who has any 
philanthropic interest at heart is aiding. It may not be generally 
known that this movement has been stimulated and directed by just 
such a missionary effort as I speak of. School playground or- 
ganizers have gone around the country to cities where there has 
begun to be some interest in the establishment of a playground ; they 
have met those who were interested ; they have told them what has 
been done in other cities; they have told them what they thought 
might be done in their own city. The result has been simply 
marvelous. 

What can be done on the lines of philanthropy can be done 
equally well on the lines of art. 

Therefore, I do wish to emphasize the importance of small art 
museums in our smaller cities, and the opportunity for a concerted 
effort to increase them. A comparatively small annual sum would 
finance such an effort. Mr. Carnegie's $5,000,000, or anybody else's 
$5,000,000, would establish a number of such museums; $100,000 
or $200,000 would establish one. The suggestion I made to Mr. 
Carnegie I make broadcast to any public spirited person of large 
means interested in the progress of art. If they wish to put so 
much of their fortune into something really worth while, something 
that will really be a general public benefit, something that will 
enrich future generations, not by mere money but by greater op- 
portunity for aesthetic enjoyment, let them 4evote themselves to 
the establishment of small art museums. 



ASHINGTOX. BY CILHERT STUART. 



List of Sales — Season of 1911''1912 

The words set in heavy face type in the following index are used in 
the tabulated list to indicate the name of the sale. 

This list has been prepared with the co-operation of the various auc- 
tion firms, who have kindly furnished the prices. 

A. A. A. — ^American Art Association: 

January 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19, 1912 — See Schaus. 

January 24, 1912---82 paintings belonging to the estates of George 

Crocker, Alice Newcomb, Emily H. Moir and Frederic Bonner 

sold for $236,000. 
February 19 and 20, 1912 — 159 paintings belonging to the estates of 

Mary Adelaide Yerkes, Isaac Stern, Guy R. Bolton, Charles B. 

Lawson, J. H. Stanford and Mrs. Clarence M. Hyde sold for 

$137,220. 
March 7 and 8, 1912 — See Chase, 1912. 
March 18 and 19, 1912 — Paintings belonging to various owners sold 

for $58,800. 
April I, 1912 — 29 paintings sold for $1,010.50. 
April 18, 1912 — See Buchanan. 
April 26, 1912 — See Robb. 

Anderson's— Anderson Auction Company: 
November 9, 191 1 — See Fenn. 
November 10, 191 1 — See Balbach. 
December 5, 191 1 — See Boury. 
January 25, 19 12 — See Grigsby. 
February 7, 19 12 — See Forrest. 
February 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23, 1912 — See Fischer. 
February 29 and March i, 1912 — See Oehmc, 1912. 
March 5, 1912 — 174 paintings and prints consisting of Whistler ma- 
terial from the collection of Walter Greaves, with additions, sold 
for $5,169.50. 
March 20, 19 12 — See Fukushima. 
April 9, 1912 — See Graves. 
May 16, 1912 — 80 old and modern paintings sold for $5,092. 

Balbach — ^47 paintings belonging to the estate of William Balbach, of 
New York, sold for. $1,829.50; Anderson Auction Company, No- 
vember 10, 191 1. 

Boland — Paintings belonging to J. Boland sold with others; Clarke's Art 
Rooms, February 2, 19 12. 

Bolton — Paintings belonging to the estate of Guy R. Bolton sold with 
others; American Art Association, February 19 and 20, 1912. 

Bonner — Paintings belonging to the estate of Frederic Bonner sold with 
others; American Art Association, January 24, 1912. 

Boone— Paintings sold by order of Daniel Boone; Philadelphia Art Gal- 
leries, April 2 and 3, 1912. 

Boury— 85 paintings and drawings by French artists belonging to the 
late Louis J. Boury sold for $3,515; Anderson Auction Company, 
December 5, 191 1. 

BranduSy 19x9^141 paintings sold by order of Edward Brandus for $104,- 
795; Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February i and 2, 191 2. 

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Bronder — 138 paintings and bronzes belonging to G. A. Bronder, o! 
Brooklyn, N. Y., sold for $25,012.50; Clarke's Art Rooms, January 
18 and 19, 1912. 

Buchanan — 83 modern paintings from the estate of William Buchanan 
sold for $71,405; American Art Association, April 18, 1912. 

Chase, zgia— 160 paintings belonging to William M. Chase sold for $51,- 
825; American Art Association, March 7 and 8, 1912. 

Clarke's — Clarke's Art Rooms: 

January 18 and 19, 1912 — See Bronder. 

February 2, 1912 — 79 paintings belonging to the estate of William 

Murray; also to G. Havelock Fisher, Frank MacMonnies, J. 

Boland, Wm. G. Dunham, H. F. Thompson, George Gildersleeve, 

Mrs. C. M. Hyde, Mrs. J. Sands and others, sold for $2,796. 
February 8 and 9, 1912 — See Gold. 
February 29 and March i, 191 2 — See Dun-Morton. 
March 7 and 8, 1912 — 133 paintings belonging to the estate of John 

U. Fraley and to O. C. Dewey, of Wheeling, W. Va.; sold with 

others for $10,588. 
April 4, 1912 — See Norton. 
April 25 and 26, 1912 — 222 paintings, including six belonging to the 

estate of the late Charles T. Yerkes, sold for $10,965. 

Crillen — Paintings belonging to the Crillen estate, of Detroit; sold at 
Philadelphia Art Galleries, February i, 1912. 

Crocker — Paintings belonging to the estate of George Crocker sold with 
others; American Art Association, January 24, 1912. 

Dewey — Paintings belonging to the estate of O. C. Dewey sold with 
others; Clarke's Art Rooms, March 7 and 8, 1912. 

Dunham — 5 paintings belonging to William G. Dunham sold with others; 
Clarke's Art Rooms, February 2, 1912. 

Dun-Morton — 121 paintings belonging to the estates of Mrs. Mary B. 

Dun and Paul Morton sold for $46,877; Clarke's Art Rooms, 

February 29 and March i, 1912. 
Einstein — Paintings belonging to the estate of Caroline Einstein sold 

with others; Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, March 28 and 29, 1912. 

F. A. A. G. — Fifth Avenue Art Galleries: 
November 24, 191 1 — See Ward. 
January 19, 1912 — 104 oil paintings belonging to several estates sold 

for $6,078.50. 
February i and 2, 1912 — See Brandus. 
February 15 and 16, 1912 — See Kinney-Shawger. 
February 28, 1912 — 185 paintings to close various estates sold for 

$7,215. 
March 28 and 29, 1912 — 186 paintings belonging to the estates of 

Caroline Einstein, Laura A. Maclay and others, sold for $21,396.50. 

April II, 1912 — See Flower, 1912. 

April 18, 1912 — See Mrs. L. C. Weir. 

Fenn-— 82 paintings by the late Harry Fenn sold for $2,058.50; Anderson 
Auction Company, November 9, 191 1. 

Fisher — 9 paintings belonging to C. Havelock Fisher sold with others; 
Clarke's Art Rooms, February 2, 1912. 

Fischer, 1912 — 383 paintings belonging to Victor G. Fischer, of Washing- 
ton, sold for $68,538; Anderson Auction Company, February 19, 
20, 21, 22 and 23, 1912. 

Fitzgerald — Paintings sold by order of Harrington Fitzgerald; Philadel- 
phia Art Galleries, April 29 and 30, 1912. 



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Flower, 191a— 19 oil paintings belonging to Mrs. Anson R. Flower sold 
at her New York residence for $24,305; Fifth Avenue Art Gal- 
leries, April II, 1912. 

Forrest — 16 old paintings belonging to Robert L. Forrest, of Philadelphia, 
sold for $4,547.50; Anderson Auction Company, February 7, 1912. 

Fraley — Paintings belonging to the estate of John U. Fraley sold with 
others; Clarke's Art Rooms, March 7 and 8, 191 2. 

Fukushima — 58 paintings belonging to Mrs. Otto Fukushima sold for 
$2,022.50; Anderson Auction Company, March 20, 1912. 

Gildersleeve — Paintings belonging to George Gildersleeve sold with 
others; Clarke's Art Rooms, February 2, 1912. 

Gold — 125 paintings belonging to Conrad Gold, of Baltimore, Md., and 
to an estate, sold for $6,487; Clarke's Art Rooms, February 8 
and 9, 1912. 

Graves — ^74 paintings belonging to John L. Graves, of Boston, sold for 
$15,265; Anderson Auction Company, April 9, 191 2. 

Greaves — Paintings and other material from the collection of Walter 
Greaves; Anderson Auction Company, March 5, 1912. 

Grigsby— 62 paintings belonging to Emilie Grigsby, of New York, sold 
for $30,122.50; Anderson Auction Company, January 25, 1912. 

Harrison, 19x9—42 paintings belonging to the estates of Joseph Harrison, 
Jr., and Mrs. Sarah Harrison; Philadelphia Art Galleries, March 
12, 1912. 

Hyde — Paintings belonging to Mrs. Clarence M. Hyde sold with others; 
American Art Association, February 19 and 20, .1912; also at 
Clarke's, February 2, 1912. 

Johnstone — See Philadelphia Art Galleries, June 19 and 20, 1912. 

Kinney-Shawger — 128 paintings from the estate of Francis S. Kinney and 
by order of the Rev. W. H. Shawger sold for $20,368.50; Fifth 
Avenue Art Galleries, February 15 and 16, 191 2. 

Lawson — Paintings belonging to the estate of Charles B. Lawson sold 
with others; American Art Association, February 19 and 20, 1912. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila. — Paintings belonging to E. Leroy Stewart; Phila- 
delphia Art Galleries, May 6 and 7, 1912. 

Maclay — Paintings belonging to the estate of Laura A. Maclay sold with 
others; Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, March 28 and 29, 1912. 

MacMonnies — 3 paintings belonging to Frank MacMonnies sold with 
others; Clarke's Art Rooms, February 2, 1912. 

Mitchell — Paintings belonging to the estate of Ellen K. Mitchell; sold at 
Philadelphia Art Galleries, February i, 1912. 

Moir — Paintings belonging to the estate of Emily H. Moir sold with 
others; American Art Association, January 24, 1912. 

Morton — Paintings belonging to the estate of Paul Morton — See Dun- 
Morton. 

Murray — ^25 paintings belonging to the estate of the late William Murray 
sold with others; Clarke's Art Rooms, February 2, 1912. 

Myers. — Paintings belonging to E. H. Myers sold with others; American 
Art Association, March 18 and 19, 1912. 

Newcomb^Pain tings belonging to the estate of Alice Newcomb sold 
with others; American Art Association, January 24, 1912. 

Norton — ^49 paintings by old masters sold by order of A. M. Norton, of 
New York, and Peter Stuart, of Liverpool, England, for $4,575; 
Clarke's Art Rooms, April 4, 1912. 



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Oehme, 1912 — 123 paintings belonging to Julius Oehme sold for $8^55.50; 
Anderson Auction Company, February 29 and March i, 1912. 

Phila. A. G. — Philadelphia Art Galleries: (Sales totals not obtainable.) 
February i, 1912 — Sale of paintings belonging to the Crillen estate, 

of Detroit, Charles Spencer and Ellen K. Mitchell estates. (No 

price available.) 
February 16, 1912 — Administration's sale. (No prices.) 
March 12, 1912 — See Harrison, 1912. 
April 2, 1912 — Paintings by Luis Graner and others sold by order of 

Daniel W. Boone. 
April 29 and 30, 191 2 — See Fitzgerald. 
May 6 and 7, 1912 — See Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912. 
May 27, 1912 — Executor's sale. 
June 19 and 20, 1912 — Paintings from the estates of J. S. Johnstone, 

of Philadelphia, and of Mrs. Sarah J. Watkins, of Philadelphia; 

by order of Theron Davis, of New York, and others. 

Robb— 41 oil paintings and water colors belonging to the late J. Hampden 
Robb sold for $8,157.50; American Art Association, April 26, 1912. 

Sands — 10 paintings belonging to Mrs. J. Sands sold with others; Clarke's 
Art Rooms, February 2, 1912. 

Schaus, 1912 — ^300 paintings belonging to the estate of Hermann Schaus 

sold for $154,082.50; American Art Association, January 15, 16, 

17 and 18, 1912. 
Shawger — Rev. W. H. Shawger— See Kinney-Shawger. 
Spence — Paintings belonging to the Spence collection of Baltimore; sold 

by Samuel T. Freeman and Company, Philadelphia, May 20 and 

21, 1912. 
Spencer — Paintings belonging to the estate of Charles Spencer; sold at 

Philadelphia Art Galleries, February i, 1912. 

Stanford — Paintings belonging to the estate of J. H. Stanford sold with 
others; American Art Association, February 19 and 20, 1912. 

Stem, B. — Paintings belonging to Benjamin Stern sold with others; 
American Art Association, March 18 and 19, 1912. 

Stern, L — Paintings belonging to the estate of Isaac Stern sold with 
others; American Art Association, February 19 and 20, 1912. 

Thompson — 6 paintings belonging to H. F. Thompson sold with others; 
Clarke's Art Rooms, February 2, 1912. 

Ward — 79 oil paintings belonging to the estate of Dr. Leslie Ward, of 
Newark, sold for $4,260.50; Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, Novem- 
ber 24, 191 1. 

Watkins — Paintings from the estate of Mrs. Sarah J. Watkins; sold by 
Philadelphia Art Galleries, June 19 and 20, 1912. 

Weir, Mrs. L. C. — 20 paintings belonging to Mrs. L. C. Weir sold at 
her New York residence for $5,605; Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, 
April 18, 1912. 

Yerkes, 1912 — Paintings belonging to the estate of Mary Adelaide Yerkes 
sold with others; American Art Association, February 19 and 
20, 1912. 

Yerkes-Clarke's — See Clarke's Art Rooms, April 25 and 26, 191 2. 



Paintings Sold at Auction 

October 1911— October 1912 

AU paintings sold for $50 and over are here classified under the name of the artist: 

Facts are siven in the following order: Name of artist, followed bv R. A. or N. A., 
indicating member of the Roval Academy of England or National Acaoemy of Design ox 
the United States; date of oirth and death, and nationality. On following line name 
of sale (list of which, with details, will be found on page 19); catalogue number; title 
of painting; size in parenthesis; buyer; and price. 

ABBEY, EDWIN A., N. A.; 1852-1911, American. 

F. A. A. G., Jan. 19, 1912 102. The Bailiff (drawing 21^x14), Mrs. 

B. Norton $200 

Fitzgerald a. A Nobleman 32S 

ACHENBACH, OSWALD: 1827-1905, (German. 

Grigsby 1126. The Coming Storm (22x18), Theodore Heinemann.... 300 

AGRICOLA, LUIGI. 

Spence a. Raising of Lazarus (67x86) 5S 

AHL. HENRY HAMMOND; 1869- » American. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Landscape and Sheep (25x29) 210 

ALBERTINELLI, FRANCIA LUIGIO: 1474-1575, lUlian. 

Grigsby...... 1168. Virgin and Child (36x27), A. Olivotti Co 17S 

ALDRICH, AMES G.; Contemporary, American. 

F. A. A. G., Feb. 28, 1912 103. Old Mill, Norway (24x30), BischolT.. SO 

ALMA-TADEMA. MRS. LAURA; ? -1909, British. 

Fischer, 1912 1119. Tulips (28^x21) 50 

ALMA-TADEMA, LAURENZ; 1836-1912, British. 

Yerkes, 1912 106. Love's Missile (26^x17^)* J. R. De Lamar 3,050 

ALOTT, ROBERT. 

Chase, 1912 50. Market in the Orient WHxUyi), F. R. Vanderlip.. 200 

ALVAREZ, LUIS; 1841-1901, Spanish. 

F. A. A. G., Feb. 28, 1912 156. Feast of the Virgin W}ix47yih 

Martin Beck 790 

ANDRIES, A. DE. 

Qarke's, March 7, 1912 53. The Cavalier (25x30), H. Com 135 

ANTONELLO DA MESSINA; 1444-1493, lulian. 

Graves 350. Portrait of a Young Man (circle 7)4 diameter), Vernon 

C. Brown 325 

ARTZ, DAVID ADOLPHE CONSTANT; 1837-1890, Dutch. 



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Bronder 77. Scheveningen (9^x12^^), G. A. Dowden 90 

~ * 148. A Visit to the Grandparents (19x30^;). D. G. Dery. 150 

157. The Fisher Giri (24x35), D. G. Dery 265 

ASTI. ANGELO; Contemporary, French. 

Bronder 82. Ideal Head (14x11). P. W. Rouss 85 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Ideal Head (26x22) 175 

b. Ideal Head (24x18) 140 

AUBERT. ERNEST JEAN; 1824-1906, French. 

Crocker 43. Martinale (33x21), C. B. Alexander 350 

I. Stem 105. The Swan (17x20). Mr. Friedenheit 160 

AUDRAN, CLAUDE; 1658-1734, French. 

Bolton 6. Portrait of the Due de Nanteuil (7x5), R. Ederheimer 125 

AURELI, G. 

Bronder 17. OrienUl Dancer (w. c. 32x22^), E. C. Brown 75 

AUSTRIAN, BEN; American. 

Phila. A. G., May 27, 1912 a. Rabbits 130 

BACHMAN, ALFRED; 1863- . German. 

Qarke's, March 7, 1912 56. Venice (22x28), H. Com 55 

BAIL, JOSEPH; 1862- , French. 

Bronder 30. The Surprise (19x11^). G. R. MacDougall 160 

Fischer, 1912 373. The Lacemakers (36x28) 1,350 

BAKALOWICZ, LADISLAUS; 1833- , Russian. 

CUrke's, March 7. 1912 23. Going to the Ball (26x36), H. Schtiltheia. . 100 

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BAKKER-KORFF, ALEXANDER HUGO; 1824-1882. Dutch. 

Chase, 1912 4. Old Lady Knitting (6^x5), N. A. Groen 210 

BARBARI; about 1580. Attributed to. 

Norton 31. The Holy Innocents (45x96). Rosenberg 75 

BARBUDO, S. S.; Contemporary, Spanish. 

Fischer. 1912 342. The Cardinal (11x8) 75 

BARLOW. MYRON; 1873- . American. 

Chase. 1912 74. Confidences (32^x27), F. A. Vanderlip 420 

BAROCCIO; 1528-1612. lUlian. Attributed to 

Norton 30. Adoration of the Shepherds (47x35). Rosenberg 95 

BARRET. GEORGE R.; 1728-1784. British. 

Clarke's. April 25. 1912 17. Ideal Landscape (40^x51)), Eames 150 

BARYE, ANTOINE LOUIS; 1795-1875. French. 

Buchanan 21. The Forest of Fontainebleau Cl2%x9H), Durand-Ruel . . 260 

" 22. Rocks and Trees (12^x10). C. W. Kraushaar 310 

ChsLse, 1912 100. Landscape (9x12^), Mr. SterUng 290 

BASSANO. JACOPO DA PONTE: 1510-1592, Italian. 

Spence a. Blacksmith Scene (53x83) 80 

BASTERT. NICOLAAS; 1854- . Dutch. 

Fischer. 1912 683. The Apple Orchard (14x23). O. Fukushima 100 

BASTIEN-LEPAGE. JULES: 1848-1884, French. 

Chase, 1912 135. (Jourtship (20^x18), M. Franklin 310 

BAUFFE, VICTOR; 1849- , Dutch. 

Fischer, 1912 149. Milking Time (35j4x28), C. Fliermans, Tr 115 

Schaus. 1912 107. Mill Near Blycwyk (w. c. 13)4x20^). B. Hochschild 55 

BAYARD. EMIL ANTOINE; 1837- . French. 

Fitzgerald a. The Village Belle 490 

BEAUDUIN. JEAN J.: 1851- . French. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila.. 1912 a. End of Day (24x28) 205 

Mrs. L. C. Weir 476. A Painting Mrs. Gray 275 

477. A Painting Mrs. Gray 225 

BEARD, WILLIAM H.; 1825-1900. American. 

Flower, 1912 500. Setting the Trap (16x20) Weinberg 85 

BEAUMONT, CHARLES EDOUARD DE; 1821-1888, French. 

Schaus. 1912 95. Lady with Swallow (w. c. 12x8). P. W. Rouss 55 

BEAUQUESNE. W. C; 1847- , French. 

Phila. A. G.. Feb. 16. 1912 a. Ready for the Charge 125 

BECKWITH. J. CARROLL, N. A.; 1852- . American. 

Oehme. 1912 112. The Old Pier Glass (14^x11). C. A. Jamison 160 

BEERS. J. H. 

Leroy Stewart. Phila., 1912 a. Landscape and Cattle (16x14) 60 

BELLECOUR, JEAN. 

Phila. A. G., Feb. 16, 1912 a. Reconnoitering 200 

BELLEI. a 

F. A. A. G., Feb. 28. 1912 93. The Village Band (26x31). F. C. Havens 75 

BENEDICTER, JOSEF; 1843- , (German. 

Newcomb 11. A Mother and Child (16i/xll54). Mrs. B. C. Collins.. 170 

BENLLIURE. JOSE; 1858- . Spanish. 

Grigsby 1141. The Enchanted Palette (12^x17), S. Russell 175 

BENNER, JEAN; 1836- , French. 

Oehme, 1912 55. At the Fountain (21x34) 70 

BERAUD. JEAN; 1849- . French. 

Bronder 89. The Reception (10j4xl3?4), P. W. Rouss 315 

Buchanan 10. "What is the Matter ?'* (654x8^), E. Frenkel 260 

78. Les Halles (25j4x32), J. R. De Lamar 400 

Leroy Stewart, Phila.. 1912 a. On the Bridge (18x28) 525 

BERCHEM. CLAAS; 1620-1683. Dutch. 

Robb 500. lUlian Landscape, with Ruins (19^x25). E. Frenkel 115 

BERGHEM. NICOLAAS; 1624-1683. Dutch. 

Bolton 49. lUlian Landscape with Peasants and Cattle i2iyix27H)* 

M. E. Wormser 330 

Grigsby 1156. A Country Scene (9x12), G. R. McDougall 130 

BERNADINO. M. S. 

Spence a. Saint Preserving the Blood of the Martyrs (37^x47^).... 180 

BERNE-BELLECOUR. PROSPER ETIENNE: 1838-1910, French. 

Bronder 90. From the Out|)ost (22^x16^), P. W. Rouss 410 

" 102a. Off Duty (14xlOV4), A. H. Cosden 300 

Buchanan 11. The Outpost (8^x6^). E. Frenkel 260 



PAINTINGS SOLD AT AUCTION 25 

BERNE-BELLECOUR, PROSPER ETIENNE— (Continued). 

Dun-Morton 78. An Episode in the Franco«Prussian War (22Hx31)» 

H. F. Thompson ^ 370 

Kinney-Shawger 1 02b. French Soldier (1 4 5^ xlO ^ ) , Prinz Bros 25S 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 b. Soldiers at Rest (17x22) 310 

Yerkes, 1912 100. The Despatch Bearer (14^x18^). John J. Souney.. 375 

BERTIN, O.: French. 

Fitzgerald a. The Model 80 

BERTZIK, A.; Contemporary, German. 

Schaus, 1912 168. A Lady of the Sixteenth Century (15x11), W. C. 

Thompson 120 

BICKNELL, E. M.; Contemporary, American. 

Kinney-Shawger 36. Deserted (27x46), A. Tooth & Sons 260 

BIERSTADT, ALBERT; 1830-1902, American. 

Bronder 7. The Crescent Moon (6^x954), M. Sloog 75 

BILDERS. J. WARNARDUS; Contemporary, Dutch. 

A. A. A., March 18, 1912 20. Landscape (12x20^^). Thomas F. Victor. 250 

BILDERS, VAN BOSS, MRS. M. P.; 1837-1900, Dutch. 

Fischer, 1912 1100. Wood Interior (17x24^) 70 

BILIVERTI. GIOVANNI; 1576-1644, Italian. 

Spence a. Woman Playing a Lute (24j4x2854) 75 

b. St. Sebastian and the Roman Matrons (68x86) 100 

" c. Thetis Arming Achilles (68x86) 235 

BILLOTTE. RENE; 1846- . French. 

Schaus, 1912 182. Route d'Asnieres (18^x24^), Geo. H. Bogert 100 

210. Route de la Revolte (21^x31^), Geo. H. Bogert. . 130 

BIRCH, THOMAS; 1779-1851, American. 

Harrison. 1912 4. Engagement between U. S. Frigate "United States" 

and British Frigate "Macedonian*' (28x36), Percy 

Sabin 230 

" 5. Engagement between U. S. Frigate "Constitution" 

and British Frigate "Guerricre" (28x36), Percy 

Sabin 235 

" 11. Engagement between the "Wasp" and "Frolic" 

(28x36). Percy Sabin 327 

BLAKELOCK, RALPH ALBERT; 1847- . American. 

A. A. A., April 2, 1912 489. Golden Sunset (8xl2H)> H. Schultheis.. 125 

Qiase, 1912 8. Landscape (5x8) 

Oarke's, April 26, 1912 185. Indian Camp (16x24) Thompson. 

Fukushima 522. A River Landscape (12x16), T. M. Moore , 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Landscape (9^x12) 130 

" b. Autumn (11x16) 230 

" c. Landscape (9^x12) 75 

Oehme, 1912 110. An Indian Encampment (18x24), H. Schultheis Co. 245 

BLOCK. EUGENE DE; 1812- , Belgian. 

Qarke's, March 7, 1912 61. The Fisherman's Wife (9^^x13), H. Com. . 65 

BLOMMERS, BERNARDUS JOHANNES; 1845- ? , Dutch. 

A. A. A-» March 19, 1912 69. Girl Knitting (17x13 J4), Henry Reinhardt 750 

Chase, 1912 103. Children Playing on the Seashore (w. c. 12x15), 

Meredith Hare 430 

Newcomb 9. Shoveling Snow (14x10), Geo. B. Horst 1,000 

Schaus. 1912 133. Minding Baby (w. c. 16x20^). A. Tooth & Sons.. 800 

BLUM. ROBERT, N. A.; 1857-1903. American. 

Chase. 1912 10. The Toilet (9^x7^), H. A. Thorne 180 

" 23. Venetian Boatmen (w. c. 10^x12^), H. A. Thome 190 

BOCCHI. FAUSTINO; 1659-1742, Italian. 

Spence a. Dwarfs— A Religious Satire (39^x58) 50 

BOCK. THEOPHILE DE; 18521904, Dutch. 

A. A. A., March 19, 1912 79. Return of the Fleet (15^x22^), 

J. K. Newman 525 

Chase, 1912 55 Houses at Scheveningen (13x20), S. Fielding 450 

F. A. A. G., March '29, 1912 162. Landscape (12x18), C Partridge... 200 

Fischer. 1912 668. Woodland Landscape (11^x10), H. M. Ives 100 



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190 

325 

65 



,676. A. Holland Farm Scene (11x16), O. Fukushima... 300 

" 687. Cutting Timber (14^x23^), 0. Fukushima 425 

" 1118. Landscape (11x16), C. Fliermans, Jr 105 

Leroy Stewart. Phila, 1912 a. The Village Church (12xl9H) 115 

Schaus. 1912 293. Milking Time near Voorburg (47^x32^). P. W. 

Rouss 2,500 

BOGERT, GEORGE H.; 1864- . American. 

Andersons, May 16. 1912 383. The Seine at Roche-Guyon, France 

(28x36). H. S. Jones 125 



26 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

BOGERT, GEORGE H— (Continued). 

F. A. A. Gm March 28, 1912 82. The Evening Hour (28x36), Dr. L. 

Spiegel 675 

March 29. 1912 173. Golden Sunset (36x56). F. R. Kal- • 

denbcrg 600 

Fitzgerald b. On the Haarlem 240 

^' c. Moonlight 80 

Lawson 42. Approaching Storm (17x24). Harrison Williams 350 

" 60. Homeward Bound (28x36), H. Williams 610 

" 107. Moonlight (17x24), F. A. Vanderlip 35C 

" 133. October Moonlight (28x36). W. A. Gramer 410 

" 137. Autumnal Sunset (28x40), J. Strauss 435 

Leroy Stewart. Phila., 1912 a. Venice by Moonlight (12x15) 160 

d. Sunset at Venice (12x15) 155 

BOGGS. FRANK M.; 1855- , American. 

Qarke's, April 25, 1912 20. Notre Dame de Paris (9^x14), Thompson 130 

Fischer, 1912 380. The Tower of London (18x25j4), G. B. Wheeler.. 52 

BOILLY, LOUIS LEOPOLD; 1761-1845, French. 

Bolton 23. Le Baiser Defendu (13x15^). M. Sloog 500 

BOLDINI. GIOVANNI: 1844- . Itolian. 

Chase, 1912 141. Head of a Young Giri (24x19), A. Benziger 290 

Crocker 65. Music (26x21>^), Mr. Latimer 3,100 

Yerkes, 1912 90. La Legon de Chant (11^x15), M. Knoedler & Co.. 775 

BOLMER, M. DE FOREST: 1854-1910, American. 

Dun-Morton 82. March Winds (24x40). Kingman 575 

BOLPINI. 

Dun-Morton 16. The Grand Canal (20^x30), F. E. Huntress 80 

BOMPARD, MAURICE; Contemporary* French. 

Brandus, 1912 130. Grand (Janal at Venice (37x58), C. E. Snedecor.. 850 

BONDOUX, JULES GEORGES; Contemporary. French. 

F. A. A. G., March 28, 1912 80. Rendezvous du Chasse (15x18). Pell. 90 

BONHEUR, FRANCOIS AUGUSTE; 1824-1884, French. 

Bronder 88. Cattle (20x27), Holland Art Galleries 230 

BONHEUR. ROSA; 1822-1899, French. 

Brandus, 1912 107. Lion (18x21), C. A. Jameson 375 

Fischer. 1912 1096. Goat (4?4x8j4), W. A. White 50 

Fitzgerald c. In Full Cry 250 

Phila. A. G., Feb. 16, 1912 a. Deep in the Woods 185 

May 27, 1912 b. Deer Resting 125 

Schaus, 1912 251. A Mountain Donkey (13x9^), Alba B. Johnson.. 600 

BONINGTON, RICHARD PARKES; 18011828, British. 

Brandus, 1912 88. Port of Fecamp (33j4x44), J. R. Lamb 1.100 

Fischer, 1912 642. The Gypsy Camp (9j4xl4j4) 80 

BONVIN, FRANCOIS SAINT; 1817-1887, French. 

Chase, 1912 34. The Blacksmith's Helper (16x10^). Charles A. Walker 185 

106. La Brodeuse (16^4x12 J4), Meredith Hare 290 

Fischer, 1912 349. Up from the Cellar (17^x13) 375 

BOTH. JAN: 1610-1652, Dutch. 

Fitzgerald. . . .a. The Stop at the Inn 1 50 

Gold. 83. Landscape 325 

BOTH, TAN; Attributed to 

Robb 516. Italian Landscape with Figures (37^x53). Ponn Barber. ... 110 

BOTTICELLI; 1446-1510, Itolian. 

Fitzgerald a. The Bacchantes 350 

BOUCHARD, PIERRE LOUIS; French. 

I. Stem 39. Lcs Maraudcuses (24x15), A. T. Scofield 100 

BOUCHER, FRANCOIS; 1704-1770, French. 

Bolton 120. Venus et Amour Endorrais (19j4x23>4), C. Crider 650 

Boury 71. Venus and Nymphs (554x9^), Alexander Morten 80 

Forrest 568. Mother and Child (25x29), Brix & Co 475 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 b. Pastorale (44x30) 525 

Phila. A. G., April 2, 1912 a. Blindman's Buff (19x21H) 325 

BOUCHER; After. 

Robb 513. A Pastoral Idyl (3454x45), Donn Barber 90 

Robb 514. The Sleeping Shepherdess (34^x45), Donn Barber 80 

BOUCHER, FRANCOIS; School of. 

Fischer, 1912 394. The Judgment of Paris; a cartoon for topestry 

(50j4x40), J. Levy 67 

Flower, 1912 511. Portrait of a Lady in Blue Dress (32x26), Ethridge 140 

BOUDIN, EUGENE LOUIS; 1824-1898. French. 

Bonner 27. Trouville (14J4xlO?4), Geo. B. Horst 400 

28. Harbor Scene (16x2lK). Alexander M. Hudnut 1,000 



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PAINTINGS SOLD AT AUCTION 

BOUDIN. EUGENE L 



..147. The Bridge at Deanville (13xl&) 

..667. Atona the Seine {13x21}!), James Psrmelee 

..67S. The Tort of Havre (ISxlS), 5. B. Luyater, jr... 
. .in. Moonligbt oa the Harbor at TrouTilIe (IJilS), T 
J. Campbe" 



LerOT Stewan, Pfaila., 1912 a. At the Pier {\S*2l%) 

Scbam. 1»12 250. Quai it la Douane, Veniae (lZKx«), W. J. Curti 

..255. Trouville C!'Mxl2«). W. C llioiiipMn 



BOUGHTON, GEORGE H.. N, A.; 1834-1905, nmencan. 

Chaae, 1912 17. Landacape (13x19}, Meredith Mare.. 

21. Grace (2Dx12), E. D. Hawklni 

52. GmUpced (I6xZ0), Meredith Hare... 



Jdapced (I6xZ0) 
I Dancing Girl 



(12x23^), T. E. H. Curtii 

Lutuma (24x16), Urii. Oscar Dreuler 

The Scarlei Letter (24x12), H. D. G. Roblfa, Jr. 



1825-1905, French. 

I, 1912 113. The Virgin (32x26). L. T ' 



Brandui, 1912 113. The Virgin (32x26). L. Ralstcn 

Buchanan 63. The Bather USJ4xl6H). Harriion Williami. 

Crocker 78. Amour Voltigeani sur lea Eaui (68x41). Mr. L 



Moir «4. Cupid (ZSMx^'a). Wm. N. Cromi 



Stem 146. Cuniii and Butterily (46x27), John N. Willya. . 

-■- 1912 7S. The Little Pouter (48^x34), D. C "- 



Yerkcl, 1912 7S. 7be Little Pouter (48(^x34), D. C. Dery' 

BOULARD. AUCUSTE; 1825-1897, Fi 



BOULAYE, PAUL DE LA; French. 

Kinner-Shawger 44. The Perfume of Rases (26x32), Harttn Beck 

BOUVIER, C; Belgian. 

Rohb 507. Education of Cupid (Copy after a Correggio in NaL Ga1„ 



, Hra. A. E. Van Renislaer.. 



Brandui. 19J2 53. Cattle (22x32). E. K. Stallo 

BRACKELEER, FERDINAND DE; 1792-1683. Belgian. 

Brooder 86. The Interior of a Dutch Kitchen (9K>ISM> 

BRAITH, ANTON; 1836- , German. 

A. A. A.. March 18, 1912 37. Driving Home the Calves (20x31), 

Daniel ffuber. Jr 

March 19, 1912 101. The Flock at Drink (24x44^), H. 

Schuttheis 

BRAMTROT, A. 

■ " " — The little Teacher 

rri ""Coat."Sheep"and" Catlle (S8x6S) 

BRANGWYN, FRANK; 1S67- , British. 

Cbaie, 1912 121. A Group nf *"><• /i(n^»r<ui w r <:>».h.- 

151. Sunlight a 

BRAOUAVAL, LOUIS; Contemporary, French. 

r_J .. I..^ ,, .n,, _^fj_ Qj, ,[,1 



May 16, 1912 347. _On_the_Quai de THotel de VHIe. Paris 

(UjixlSMV. 



(MHxIS^), R. Spooner.. 
"— ' - "^ Abherille ( 



llage (26x34), 



28 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

BREITNER. GEORGE HENDRIK; 1857- . Dutch. 

Chase, 1912 145. Sleeping Girl (23x22), F. A. Vanderlip 320 

BRELING. HEINRICH; 1849- . German. 

Schaus. 1912 155. Riding Pillion (6x4), Theo. Heinemann 50 



«i 



177. The Spy (16x22), Theo. Heinemann 250 

" 231. The Drinker (6)4x4^), Theo. Heinemann 50 

BRETON, EMILE A.; 1831- , French. 

Oarke's, April iS, 1912 94. A Marshland Farm, Picardje (21^x33^). 

R. C. & N. M. Vose 170 

BREVOORT, JAMES RENWICK, N. A.; 1832- , American. 

F. A. A. G., March 29, 1912 179. Landscape with Cattle (36x60), A. 

W. Hall 266 

BRICHER, ALBERT T.; 1837-1908, American. 

F. A. A. G., Jan. 19, 1912 91. Grand Mannan, Maine (28x52), T. B. 

Walker 300 

Fitzgerald a. On the Conanicut 125 

^* b. On the Maine Coast 170 

" c. Sunset, Bailey's Island, Maine 140 

BRIDGMAN, FREDERIC A., N. A.; 1847- , American. 

A. A. A., March 18, 1912 12. At the Port of the Admiralty, Algiers 

(13x16), Thomas F. Victor 180 

" March 19, 1912 89. Reception of an Ambassador — Palace of 

Constantine (21x30). Mrs. C. A. Davis. 600 

Dun-Morton 99. An Oriental Beauty (8x10 H)* C. A. Davis 120 

BROCHART, CONSTANT; 1816-1899, French. 

Schaus, 1912 150. Maud Muller (pastel (47^x32^), M. Tanenbaum.. 55 

BROUWER, ADRIAEN; 1606-1638, Flemish. Attributed to 

A. A. A., March 18, 1912 24. A Cottage Group (1654x25), Rudolf 

Seckel 270 

Gold 40. An Interior 110 

BROWN, J. G.. N. A.; 1831- , American. 

Clarke's, March 7, 1912 9. Two's Company (12x15), H. Schultheis. . . 55 

Fitzgerald b. Miss Innocence 115 

Kinney-Shawger 28. Innocence (14x10), H. D. G. Rohlfs, Jr 51 

Lawson 44. "A Shine, Sir"? (24x16^4), J. W. Fleming 300 

Yerkes, 1912 38. A Queer Fish (235^x15^4), LanthiePs 360 

BROWN, JOHN LEWIS; 1829-1890, French. 

Brandus, 1912 80. Harvest (16x24), W. Fairbanks 95 

Chase, 1912 154. Coming Slorm (29x37), J. W. McKinnon 375 

PhUa. A. G., April 2, 1912 a. Harvest (16x24) 140 

BROWN, WILLIAM M.; American. 

Dun-Morton 69. When Autumn Shows Her Ruddy Glow (12x18), D. 

G. Dery 60 

BROZIK, VACSLAV VON; 1852-1901, Bohemian. 

Yerkes, 1912, 48. Le Plan de Campagne (205^x28^4), H. Schultheis 310 

BRUCKMAN, W. L.; Contemporary. Dutch. 

Chase, 1912 28. The Backyard (11x13^^), Mrs. E. S. Ellwanger 225 

** 67. Amsterdam (pastel 19x31), B. Williams 120 

** 71. A Villace on the Cliffs (pastel 24x33), Rudolf Seckel 390 

** 122. Dutch Landscape (13x17), C. W. Kraushaar 160 

BRUEGHEL, PIETER, the Elder; 1525-1569, Flemish 

Gold 79. Village Fishermen (19x26^), E. Stone 80 

Schaus, 1912 265. Landscape with Canal (18x29), W. C. Thompson.. 400 

BUCHBINDER, S.; 1853- , (krman. 

I. Stem 9. A Game of Cards (9f^xll), Theo. Heinemann 210 

BUNCE, W. GEDNEY, N. A.; 1840- . American. 

Chase, 1912 80. Venetian Boats (7x10), F. A. Vanderlip 260 

CABALLERO, MAXIMO J.; Contemporary, French. 

Bronder 41. Playing Cards (21Hx27), J. Kinsella 260 

Kinney-Shawger 120. Interior of a Spanish Inn (2154x25^4), Prinz 

Bros 230 

CABANEL. ALEXANDRE; 1823-1889, French. 

Crocker 77, Meditation (55x38), C. B. Alexander 700 

CABAT, LOUIS NICHOLAS; 1812-1892, French. 

Anderson's, May 16, 1912 378. The Gorge d'Apremont in the Forest 

of FonUinebleau (50x80) 300 

CACHOUD, FRANCOIS CHARLES; Contemporary, French. 

Schaus, 1912 189. Coteau de St. Alban (145^x22), M. Tanenbaum 95 

242. VUlage Street, Moonlight (9^x26), W. A. Gramer. 550' 



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PAINTINGS SOLD AT AUCTION 29 

CACHOUD, FRANCOIS CHARLES— (Continued). 

Schaus, 1912 244. Route de Neufchatel. Pas de Calais (15x21f^), 

Johannes Meyer 130 

CAILL2, L£ON; 1836-1907, French. 

Brandus, 1912 94. Grandmother's Birthday (24x32). Holland Art 

Galleries 125 

CALAMEp ALEXANDRE; 1810-1864, Swiss. 

Chase, 1912 113. Landscape (10^x15), Elliott Daingerfield 150 

Oehme, 1912 117. The Valley of Chamounix (17x24) 55 

CALDERON, C: Contemporary, French. 

F. A. A. G., March 28, 1912 28. On the Grand Canal, Venice (18^x26), 

G. Fulton 70 

CALDERON, N. 

Oarkc's, March 8, 1912 123. Grand Canal. Venice (19x27), H. F. 

Thompson 72 

CAMPI, G. 

Phila. A. G., May 27, 1912 a. An Interesting Game 210 

CANALETTO. IL (ANTONIO CANALE); 1697-1768, Italian. 

Bolton 64. Ponte di Rialto (18x36f^), F. A. Vanderlip 160 

" 150. The Grand Canal (27^x50). H. Schultheis 560 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Palace of the Doges, Venice (21x33).. 280 

" c. Venice (21x33) 205 

d. St. Marc's Place, Venice (21x33).... 250 

Phila. A. G., April 2, 1912 b. Grand Canal. Venice (36x58) 2,000 

CAPONE, GAETANO, JR.; 1845- . Italian. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. View in Bronx Park, New York (30x40) 160 

" *' b. Landscape in Bronx Park (30x40) 190 

CARACI, LODOVICO; 1555-1619, Italian. 

Spence a. Adam and Eve (28^x36^) 50 

CARACI, LODOVICO: Attributed to 

Norton 42. Madonna and St. Cajetan (51^x73), Rosenberg IIS 

CARAVAGGIO, MICHAEL ANGELO DA; 1569-1609, lulian. 

Gold 52. The Robbers (46^x66H)> E. Stone 120 

CARAVA(K;I0, MICHAEL ANGELO DA; Attributed to 

Norton 38. The Descent from the Cross (58^x65^), Rosenberg 230 

CARDI, LUDOVICO (CIGOLI); 1559-1613), Italian. 

Spence a. St. Peter Denying Christ (43x58H) ^^ 

CARLINI. PIETRO. 

Harrison, 1912 7. Portrait of Victor Emanuel in Hunting Costume 

(32x26) 125 

CARLSEN, EMIL, N. A.; 1848- , American. 

Chase, 1912 70. The Big Black Kettle (27x29), F. A. Vanderiip 600 

CAROLUS-DURAN, CHARLES AUGUSTE EMILE; 1837- ,French. 

Buchanan 61. Odalisque (28,^x16^) 450 

Chase, 1912 125. Head of a Woman (18x14), Roy C. Megargel 140 

CARRIER-BELLEUSE, LOUIS; 1848- , French. 

A. A. A., March 18, 1912 25. House of Paul de Kock (15^x28), 

Herman Aaron 90 

CASANOVA Y ESTORACH, ANTONIO; 1847-1896, Spanish. 

A. A. A., March 18, 1912 16. The Toothache (18x15), W. D. Paul... 100 

Bronder 15. Chess (4^x6), M. Sloog 75 

Dun-Morton 87. A Disclosure (16^x19^). F. M. Widner 250 

Schaus, 1912 171. Tasting (18x15), Holland Art Galleries 125 

173. Fragrance (IB^xlS)^ J. C. Evans 180 

" 236. Flirtation (16x13), W. Stursberg 475 

CASILEAR, T. W., N. A.; 1811-1893, American. 

Kinney-Shawger 84. Cedars (12x10), A. H. Goldingham 50 

CASTRES, EDOUARD; Contemporary, French. 

Newcomb 1. Travelling Bears (5x9H)> J* A. Stursberg 100 

CATTERMOLE, GEORGE; 18001868. 

Boury 42. A Venetian Palace (10x7), Dr. J. Martini 50 

CAZIN, JEAN CHARLES; 1840-1901, French. 

Brandus, 1912 61. Houses m Construction (30x26). E. Roux 3,700 

" 121. The Village (16x19). G. Faulhaber 2,300 

" 123. The Hut of Coast Watchers (22x25). G. I'aulhaber 4,400 

Buchanan 64. The Wheatfield (21x25^) 4.000 

Crocker 75. Home of the Artist at Ecouen (32 ^x40) 25,200 

Fischer, 1912 350. Landscape (8^x10)4), A. C. Barnes 310 

Kinney-Shawger 90. A French Farm (MxlOj^), H. D. Babcock 350 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Village in France (12x12) 190 

b. Village in Normandy (18x22) 470 



62 



30 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

CAZIN, JEAN CHARLES— (Continued). 

Schau9» 1912 288. The Thaw (32^x39^). M. Knoedler & Co 1,450 

Yerkes, 1912 142. Moonlight at Midnight (33^x33^^) 8,700 

CERAMANO, CHARLES F.; French. 

F. A. A. G., Jan. 19, 1912 83. Cool Retreat (28x39), W. Sleicher 

*' 93. Seekini^ the Shade (28x39). Holland Art 

Gallenes 52 

CERMAK, JARASLAV: 1831-1878. Polish. 

Buchanan 5. Bulgarian Mother and Child (8>^x6^), Marcus Mayer.. 75 

CERVI, G.; Contemporary, Italian. 

Fischer, 1912 31. Filling the Game Bag (w. c. 29x22), A. B. Boeder.. 100 

CHABRY, LEONCE; 1832- , French. 

Brandus, 1912 6. Landscape (23x29), F. Rawlinson 250 

CHAIGNEAU, FERDINAND; Contemporary, French. 

F. A. A. G., March 28, 1912 55. Landscape and Sheep (13^x16^), 

E. Moran 70 

Phila. A. G., May 27, 1912 a. Landscape and Sheep 70 

CHAMPNEY, J. WELLS; 1843-1903, American. 

Hyde 71. Lady Raebum (pastel 30x25), H. F. Thompson 122 

CHAPLIN, CHARLES; 1825-1891, French. 

F. A. A. G., March 29, 1912 141. Girl Reading (48x37), Prinz Bros.. 100 

(3IARDIN, JEAN BAPTISTE SIMEON; 1699-1779, French. 

Bolton 141. La Petite M6nag^re (28x36), Mr. Glendenning 350 

CHARLET, FRANZ; Contemporary, Belgian. 

Brandus, 1912 30. Woman Peeling Vegetables (29x24), E. Roux 28S 

34. Children Playing in the Surf (24x29), E. Wagner.. 290 

127. Swans (30x37). S. R. Loeb.... 370 

CHARNAY, ARMAND; French. 

Kinney-Shawger 108. Trout Fishing (25x33), La MonUgne 250 

CHATRAN, THEOBALD; 1849-1907, French. 

Brandus, 1912 125. Desdemona, Andrew Smith 1,250 

CHASE, WILLIAM M., N. A.; 1849- , American. 

Fischer, 1912 379. Still Life (20x14), Otto Meyer 75 

Fukushima 562. An Early Stroll in the Park (20x24), A. Jansen 135 

CHELMINSKI, JAN.; 1851- .Polish. 

Bronder 39. Doubtful Information (20x15^) 200 

Dun-Morton 31. A Consultation (20x30), J. Penning 300 

Fischer. 1912 152. Le Parlementaire (24x33), Holland Art Galleries.. 110 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. The Staff Officers in Conference (19x29) 500 

CHENY, FLEURY. 

Fitzgerald a. Winter 57 

CHEROT. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Monastery in France (50x38) 250 

CHEVILLARD, VINCENT JEAN BAPTISTE; 1841-1904, French. 

Bronder 9. The Cur£ Reading (10x9), A. H. Cosden 110 

" 74. After the Reformation (15x11). G. A. Dowden 110 

CHIALIVA, LUIGI; 1842- .Italian. 

Schaus, 1912 96. A Prisoner (w. c. 10x15^), L. Laflin Kellogg 50 

" 144. Spring Landscape (w. c. 15x21^), P. J. Oettinger.. 55 

" 254. Shepherdess (14x10^), A. H. Cosden 170 

CHIERICI, GAETANO; 1838- , Italian. 

Fitzgerald a. The First Steps 400 

CHIMENTI, JACOPO (L'EMPOLI); 1554-1640, Italian. 

Spence a. The First Sacrifice of Noah (53x68) 180 

CHIRICO, G. DI; Contemporary, Italian. 

Dun-Morton 26. The Sheriff;8 Execution (39^x27), Kingman 1,000 

CHURCH. FREDERICK EDWIN, N. A.; 18261900, American. 

Brondfer 42. The Adirondacks (32x48). T. B. Walker 325 

Clarke's, March 7, 1912 46. Tyrolese Lake (10x14), Michaels 80 

CHURCH, F. S., N. A.; 1842- , American. 

Flower, 1912 509. Nymphaea (20x36), Henry Babcock 270 

CICERI, EUGENE; Italian. 

Bronder 80. A Pleasant Stream in Italy (12^x21^), J. Penning.... 85 

CI JUDO, F. Rico; Spanish. 

Dun-Morton 39. On the Balcony (15x22). Bischoff 85 

CLARK, ALSON SKINNER; 1876- , American. 

Chase, 1912 57. Watertown in Winter (16x20), Mr. Sterling 110 

CLAYS, PAUL JEAN; 1819-1900. Belgian. 

A. A. A., March 19, 1912 70. On the Scheldt (10^x20), M. Knoedler 

& Co 370 



PAINTINGS SOLD AT AUCTION 31 



CLAYS, PAUL JEAN— (Continued). 

Bronder 93. Rough Water (16^x24), Holland Art Galleries 300 

Kinney-Shawger 81. Dortrecht (21^x29), Prinz Bros 460 

Schaus, 1912 114. Calme sur TEscaut (w. c. 17^x11^), Alba B. 

Johnson 525 

" 120. Amsterdam (w. c. Ilj^xl7^), Geo. B. Horst 42S 

CLOUET, FRANCOIS; 1510-1572. French. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Portrait of Jeanne d'AIbret, Queen of 

Navarre (30x20) 120 

" " b. Duchess of Montmorency (20x16) 110 

COELLO, ALONZO SANCHEZ; 1515-1590. Spanish. 

Brandus, 1912 25. Infante Isabella Claire (80x44). E. K. Stallo 200 

COELLO. CLAUDIO: 1621-1693. Spanish. 

Hyde 143. Portrait of a Lady (26^x21), Blakeslee (Galleries 275 

COFFIN, WILLIAM A.. N. A.; 1855- , American. 

Fitzgerald a. Winter Sunset 50 

COIGNARD. J. B. 

Fitzgerald a. Cattle at the Stream 170 

COL. DAVID; 18221900. Belgian. 

Fitzgerald a. The Argument 425 

Meyers 18. A Friendly Visit (17^x15). Rudolf Seckel 200 

COLE. THOMAS. N. A.; 1801-1848. American. 

Harrison. 1912 21. The Clove. Catsldll Mountains (25^x36) 70 

COM£RRE, LEON: 1850- . French. 

F. A. A. G., March 29. 1912 170. Tambourine Girl (48x30). J. R. De 

Lamar * 450 

Leroy Stewart. Phila.. 1912 a. Oriental Beauty (48x35) 525 

COMPTE-CALIX. F. C; 1813-1880. French. 

Buchanan 79. Curiosity (39Hx28H)* P. J- Oettinger 120 

CONSTABLE, JOHN, R. A.; 1776-1837. British. 

A. A. A.. March 18. 1912 13. Windsor Park (125^x15^). C. J. 

McDonough 180 

F. A. A. G.. March 28. 1912 61. The Mill (28x36). E. Wagner 370 

Fischer, 1912 647. Hampstead Heath (9x11). J. G. Henry 300 

" 650. A Landscape Study (4x10), S. B. Luyster. Jr 75 

CONSTANT. JEAN JOSEPH BENJAMIN; 1845-1902. French. 

Fitzgerald a. An Ideal Beauty 230 

Grinby 1117. The Door to the Temple (16x13). C. J. McDonough... 50 

'^ 1 136. Awaiting the Sheik (8x14). J. J. Campbell 145 

Yerkes, 1912 77. Othello and Desdemona (33^x51^). D. G. Dery 800 

COOPER. T. SIDNEY, R. A.; 1803-1902. British. 

Bronder 10. (5oats (18x14) 70 

CORBOULD, EDWARD H.: 1815- , British. 

Robb 512. Christ m the House of Simon the Pharisee (w. c. 43^x54) 300 

CORCOS, v.; 1859- . Italian. 

Qarke's. April 25. 1912 99. Pensive (24x36), McDonough Art Galleries 165 

COROT, JEAN BAPTISTE CAMILLE; 1796-1875. French. 

A. A. A.. March 19. 1912 62. Paysage (9^x14^). Fred A. Ames SOO 

Boury 85. A Woodland Road (10x14), Knoedler & Co 410 

Buchanan 30. Paysanne et Son Enfant au Bord d'un Bois; Le Matin 

a2J^x9f4), W. C. Thompson 3.200 

" 33. Souvenir des Dunes de Scheveningen (14f^xl8^i). 

Emil Winter 5.300 

Clarke's, April 25. 1912 32. The Castle (9Hxl3f^), Thompson 70 

Crocker 23. Landscape near Ville d'Avray (18^x22). Geo. Busse... 2.300 

Fischer, 1912 665. Landscape— A Sketch (4fix9J^), A. C. Barnes 250 

" 671. Landscape (8^xl3f^). D. G. Dery 1,250 

" 688. Cattle at Pasture (17>ix24), J. G. Henry 12,500 

692. Crecy-en-Brie. Clocher du Village (20x24), Miss 

C, A. Graham 7,500 

Fitzgerald g. Near Ville d'Avra/ 185 

h. Landscape with Figures 220 

" i. The Sleeping Beauty 140 

1. Near Trouville 275 

Leroy Stewart. Phila.. 1912 d. Landscape (13x19) 475 

" f. Ville d*Avray (18x11) 470 

" " j. Italian Peasant Woman (26x20) 710 

Newcomb 26. Lake Ncmi (38Hx52^) 85,000 

Phila. A. G., Feb. 16, 1912 a. Near Ville d*Avray 370 

b. The Village Tower 325 

April 2. 1912 c. Landscape (9Hxl2j4) 100 

Schaus, 1912 281. Morning (10x19). Geo, Petit (Galleries 6,500 

Stanford 31. October (9x12^). Mr. Glendenning 170 

126. Marshland (15^x22^), Mrs. M. Lewis 4,450 



32 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

CORREGGIO, ANTONIO ALLEGRI; 1494-1534. Italian. After. 

Lcroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Antiope's Sleep 75 

CORREGGIO; Copy by G. BOUVIER.. 

Robb 507. Education of Cupid (in Nat. Gal., London) (w. c. 40x23 H)> 

Mrs. A. E. Van Rensslaer 80 

CORTES, E.; Contemporary, French. 

Fitzgerald a. Cattle 130 

COSSAAR, J. C. W.; Contemporary, British. 

A. A. A., March 18, 1912 47 The Port of London (28!^x36), Thomas 

• F. Victor 80 

COSSAAR, T.; British. 

Chase, 1912 54. Church Interior (20x18), S. F. Rothschild 130 

58 A Hillside Town (w. c. 17x24), B. Williams 50 

COT, PIERRE AUGUSTE; 1837-1883, French. 

Dun-Morton 80. After the Bath (28x22), D. G. Dery 210 

COTARD-DUPRfi, T. ; Contemporary, French. 

Bronder 75. Feeding the Chickens (20x24), E. M. Maguire 130 

COTES, FRANCIS, R. A.; 1726-1770. British. 

Brandus, 1912 13. Portrait of the Duchess of Lancaster (35Hx27^), 

R. Jameison 400 

Lcroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 b. Lady Stewart (50x40) 675 

Phila. A. G., April 2, 1912 a. Duchess of Ancaster (35Hx27$<$) 425 

COULAND, M.; Contemporary, French. 

Bronder 29. Returning Sheep (18x25^)* E. C. Brown 70 

Buchanan 62. Rentr6e dans le Bois — Automne (17x25$4)» P* Berolz- 

heimer 405 

COURBET, GUSTAVE; 1819-1877, French. 

Anderson's. May 16, 1912 362. The Retreat of the Fauns (13^x19^). 500 

Buchanan 20. The Little Goatherd (7^x9>4), Mr. Sinclair 120 

49. The Glen (14^^x1854). C. W. Kraushaar 475 

68. The Green Dell (28}4x36), W. A. Gramer 530 

Clarke's, April 25, 1912 34. Late Afternoon near Ornans (19^x25f^), 

W. M. Chase 275 

Phila. A G., May 27, 1912 a. Marine 70 

COURTENS, FRANS; 1855- , Belgian. 

Chase, 1912 90. Landscape — Trees and Yellow Leaves (7x12), Mr. 

Sterling 50 

Mrs. L. C. Weir 472. A Painting, H. Schultheis 75 

COURTOIS, GUSTAVE; 1853- , French. 

Fischer, 1912 179. An Odalisque (46x28j4), D. G Dery 400 

COUSINS, E. 

F. A. A. a, Jan. 19, 1912 89. Ideal Head (26x21). E. Franklin 70 

March 29, 1912 120. Ideal Head (26x21), S. Thurlow 130 

COUSSIN C 

Lcroy' Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Spanish Beauty (21x35) 100 

COUTURE, THOMAS; 1815-1879. French. 

Moir 59. A French Republican. 1795 (18x15), Knoedler & Co 850 

COX, DAVID; 1783-1859, British. 

Fischer, 1912 643. Landscape with Cattle (9^x25), O. Fukushima... 100 

" 655. Bolton Abbey (18j4x29), James Parmelee 315 

COX, KENYON, N. A.; 1856- , American. 

Chase, 1912 150. The Harp Player (30x18). Metropolitan Museum 575 

Oehme, 1912 116. Diana the Huntress (30x18), W. D. Fraul 95 

CRAIG, T. B.; 1849- . American. 

Garke's, April 25. 1912 35. Farmyard (20x28). A. Heckscher 80 

CRANE, BRUCE. N. A.; 1857- . American. 

Clarke's, April 25, 1912 36. Rising Moon (16x20). John F. Harris 60 

March 8, 1912 83. Midsummer (12x16), Lawlor 57 

84. Budding Spring (25x32), Louis Katz 170 

85. Autumn Twilight (22x30), Heimerdinger 255 

" " 107. Springtime (12x16). Lawlor 55 

Fitzgerald a Landscape. Misty Morning 70 

" b.* Moorland, Cape Cod 140 

Lawson 115. Apple Blossoms (18x24). F. A. Vanderlip 350 

CRESWICK. THOMAS; 1811-1869. BriHsh. 

Schaus, 1912 224. A Moorland Stream (34^x44^). Lanthier's 150 

CROEGAERT. GEORGES; Contemporary, Belgian. 

F. A. A. G., March 28. 1912 47. Leisure Moments (14x11^), L. 

Chester 170 



PAINTINGS SOLD AT AUCTION 

CROUE, JOHN (Old Cromc); 1768-1821. BriHih. 

B.S»™ «. LuMape— HMT Hineh— • 

ler 
CROPSEY, JASPER F., N. A ; 1823-1900, American. 

H«ri»fc 1912 8. Tli( Spirit of ft-.t (44ii9n, TTioinM B. Ktogtley. . 

9. The Spirit of Pette <44i«T). C. K. Smltli 

16. MillennUI Age (itiiuM) 

CURRADO, FRANCESCO; lS70.1«ei. luHan. 

Gold 34. The Nativity 2SMi.21«). E Baniu 

" lOB. Wonhip of the Shepherds (34x2eH). Bariov 

CURRIER, J. FRANK; 1843-190», American. 



:.'l9l2 7S. TumulliiDua Cloudi (24x36)4). S. FfeldJoj 

139. In Serioui Mood (20i16), Sunuel S. White 

CURTJS, GEORGE V. 

AnderMo't, Ma* 16, 1912 341. Mr Garden at BtrUmn— Morning 

— yti2BiJ), R. Spoor- 
My Gardr- — "- 



44. My Garden 
(232i28M). I 

SO. Marveit i 



BirUxon— -Afternoon 

Ki'rU^on 

k "the %iir "at " Pertt' ' Barbiion 
aSkxllHt. Dr. p. Ljront. . 

1. Sunaet r- "- " -' 



_. _.. ___ __ _arlMi 

(21W)i25«). G. D. More 

381. My Houae at Barbiion (21^x28^ 

CUSACHS. JOSE; 18S2- , French. 

Buchanan 6. Spanish Cavalry (4Mi6>J). ^ra. McGinnli 

CUVILLON, ROBERT DE; 1848- , Frenth. 



CUYP, ALBERT; 1620-1691, Dutch. 

Lcroy Stewart. Pblla.. 1912 a. Dutch Scene (14iI9] 

Schaua, 1912 2«4. tady and Horse (MMxlllJ), Alba B. Jobnion... 

CUYP, ALBERT; After 

Robb 511. Landscape with Cattle (30x45), Edward Bnudua 

DA COSTA, JOHN; Contempotarr. American. 

A. A. A., Marcfa IB, 1912: 21. The Cook (20iISM}, A. H. 

JEAN; I 
FaintiBS 



DAGNAN-BOUVERET, PASCAL ADOLPHE JEAN; 1852- , ..__. 

A. A. A., March 19, 1912 92. The Faint&is Leaaon (25^1131). W. 



DAHL, MICHAEL; 16S6-1743, Swed._. 

Brandna, 1912 81. Portrait of R. BotleUer, Eaq. (28x24), H. 

DAINGERFIELD, ELLIOTT, N. A.: 1859- . American. 

Oefame, 1912 Jl. ReturoiBg Home (13x32), Holland Arl (Uleriei. 

DAHOY*. PIERRE EMMANUEL; IB47- . French. 

Schaiu. 191Z 245. LaodKape (12Mx23;j) 

DANE, GEORGE. 

Ura. I. C. Weir 481. A Painting. Mra, Gray 

D'ARTOIS. JACQUES. 

Spesce a. Laadwape, Moonlight (32x47) 

DAUBIGNY, CHARLES FRANCOIS 

._j .,_^ i5_ 1912.. ....31 bi20) 



Boar? 84. Ob the ,_ 

B — L 28. By the RlTer J,4M 

.34. ETcnini on I er & Co.... 3,400 

3t. Springtime ( 8,100 

_ " 38. Dawn on th. arfield 1,900 

OaAe'a. April 26. 1913 198. N. M. VoM lOS 

Crockei 19. Evening on th< I. Horit. ... 1,000 

F. A. A. G., Jan. 19. 1912 1 ty 7J 

Fitzgerald a. On the River Olae 150 

Flower, 191S 518. ETenlog on the Oiie (l7x25K), Benry Babeock... 2,700 

Lemy Stewart, Phlla., 1912 b. River Oiie fl3x24> MO 

e. Landaeape 03x22) 3W 

■' d. Solitude (24x11) tW 

e. fly the Sea (9l«14) IM 

Mi^ II. Boat! on the Shore (13x22)4). Hra. Fred F. Thompaon.... 3,«0a 



34 AMERICAN ART AXNUAL 

DAUBIGNY, CHARLES FRANCOIS— (Continued). 

Schaus, 1912 283. River Landscape— Harvest Moon (14^x26^). W. 

C. Thompson 2,000 

Yerkes, 1912 156. A Sea Coast Landscape (7x14), M. Rnoedler & Co. 700 

DAUBIGNY, KARL PIERRE; 1846-1886. French. 

Dun-Morton 117. Canal Scene, Holland (19^^x33), M. Tanenbaum . . . 230 

DAUCHEZ, ANDRfi; 1870- , French. 

Brandus, 1912 55. October Morning (23x29), Andrew Smith 285 

128. Chestnut Trees (32x41), Joseph Pcttit 800 

DAUDINI, PIETRO. 

Spence a. Death of Regulus. the Roman General (37x53) 80 

DAVIS, CHARLES H., N. A.: 1856- , American. 

Bonner 48. Noank Hillside (22^x36), Kennedy & Co 950 

70. Noank Hills (29x36J4). R. C. & N. M. Vose 700 

71. Deep Valley (29x36), William Macbeth 375 

Chase, 1912 143. Frosty Morning in Normandy (18x26), T. E. H. 

Curtis 340 

DAWSON, HENRY; 1811-1878. British. 

Fischer, 1912 377. View on the Eastern Coast of England (24x36), 

W. S. Alley 75 

B. Stem 39. Nottingham Highway (30x25), Thomas F. Victor 200 

DEBAT-PONSON, EDOUARD BERNARD; 1847- , French. 

Ward 828. The Lovers (25x36), Miss Butler 150 

DE BEUL, FRANZ; Contemporary, Belgian. 

Brondcr 14. Sheep at the Stream (26x33), E. C. Brown 150 

F. A. A. G., March 28, 1912 68. Shepherdess and Sheep (24xl9H)* 

G. Fulton 125 

DE BYLANDT, ALFRED; ? -1895. Belgian. 

Graves 387. Landscape in Flanders (51x66), W. C. Thompson 85 

DECAMPS, ALEXANDER; 1803-1860, French. 

Qarke's, March 7, 1912 26. The Elopement (17x25 J4), H. D. G. 

Rohlfs, Tr 85 

Fischer, 1912 659. A Farmyard Scene (9>ix9j4)i C. L. Fliermans 135 

" 666. Sleeping Boys (9fix7H), Cottier & Co 65 

DE CARO, BALDASSARE; Fourteenth Century, Italian. 

Spence a. Still Life, Birds (40x49J^) 50 

DE COCK, C£SAR; 1823- , Belgian. 

Chase, 1912 62. The Stream (18j4x25j4), H. Steers 250 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Pheasants (18x21) 215 

DEFREGGER, FRANZ VON; 1835- . Austrian. 

I. Stem 134. The Proposal (22x31), C. A. Du Bois 3,750 

DE HAAS, TOHAN HUBERT LEONARDUS; 1830-1880, Belgian. 

Kinney- Shawger 57. Landscape and Cattle (22x29), Prinz Bros 300 

DE HAAS, M. F. H., N. A.; 1832-1895. American. 

Clarke's, March 8, 1912 86. Fishing Boats (12x22), H. G. Brown 65 



DE HAVEN, FRANK; 1856- , American. 

Bronder 28. The Falling Shadows (30x40), E. C. Brown 150 

Clarke's, March 8, 1912 88. An October Moming (24x30), H. Schultheis 160 

F. A. A. G., March 28, 1912 51. Evening (28x40), Behrens 65 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Landscape (16x11) 75 

b. Landscape (24x29) 150 

DE HOOG, BERNARD; 1866- . Dutch. 

Fischer, 1912 159. Mother and Child (29x22), C. S. Henry 75 

372. The Evening Meal (43x49), Holland Art Galleries. 100 

" 695. Supper-Time (39^^x315^), O. Fukushima 530 

DE KEYSER, THOMAS; 1595-1679, Dutch. 

Hyde 63. Portrait of a Dutch Lady (45^x34^)* Blakeslee Galleries.. 1,600 

DELACROIX. EUGENE: 1798-1863. French. 

Clarke's, March 7, 1912 17. Eastern Scene (18x30), H. Com 70 

Fitzgerald a. Shylock 125 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 b. Flowers (42x54) 1 150 

DE LA CRUZ. PANTOJA; 1551-1609. Spanish. 

Brandus, 1912 18. Dona Mendoza de la Cera (50x38), W. A. Wallace. 325 

DELPY, HIPPOLYTE CAMILLE; 1841-1910, French. 

Brandus, 1912 126. Sunset at Gloton on the River Seine (16x28), E. 

Fischer 340 

Buchanan 58. La Seine i Bennecourt (12f^x23^), A. M. Henry 205 

F. A. A. G., March 28. 1912 70. On the River Oise (16x28), E. Wagner 180 

Fischer, 1912 158. Laundresses at Work at Sunrise (29x39), H. D. 

Babcock 210 



PAINTINGS SOLD AT AUCTION 35 

DELPY, HIPPOLYTE CAMILLE— (Continued). 

374. Sunset (20x31), Holland Art Galleries 115 

Lerdy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Landscape (18x26) 220 

DE NEUVILLE, ALPHONSE; 1836*1885, French. 

Buchanan 52. Morning After the Battle (18^x15), C. W. Kraushaar.. 2,000 

Fischer, 1912 660. A Soldier of Algiers (12x8). O. Fukushima 160 

Kinney-Shawger 117. Artillery in Action (13>^xl6>^), C. M. Levett.. 100 

Schaus, 1912 100. French Officer (w. c. 16^xl2>i), W. Stursberg... 450 

" 101. German Officer (w. c. 19x12^), Roy C. Megargel. 300 

DE \OTER, DAVID; 1825- , Belgian. 

Fitzgerald.... a. The Housekeeper's Room at the Palace 50 

DE PENNE, CHARLES OLIVER; 183M897, French. 

Bronder 85. The Lost Scent (22xl8H)f P* W. Rouss 300 

Dun-Morton 38. Hounds (8^^x10^), Lovis 160 

84. The Meet (29x39) 750 

DESGOFFE, BLAISE ALEXANDRE; 1830-1901, French. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Bric-a-brac (20x23) 375 

DESSAR, LOUIS PAUL, N. A.; 1867- , American. 

Lawson.:....132. Autumn Afternoon (24x29^) 400 

DETAILLE, EDOUARD; 1848- , French. 

B. Stern 58. En Vedette (1354x8j4), A. Jaretski \ 700 

DE TROY, JEAN FRANCOIS: 1679-1752. French. 

Brandus, 1912 40. Nicolas de Catinat (23^x30). Andrew Smith 150 

56. Mademoiselle de Sery (29x23), Paul Mersch 460 

** 65. Duchesse de Nivemais (29x23), Paul Mersch 430 

Crocker 53. Portrait in Ked (30x24), O. G. Smith 1,100 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 c. Madame de Montargis (31x25) 240 

Phila., A. G.. April 2, 1912 a. Duchesse de Nivemais (29x23) 200 

b. Nicolas de Catinat (2354x30) 230 

DETTI, CESARE; 1848- , lUUan. 

Brandus, 1912 102. The Troubadour (40x32), E. K. Stallo 425 

135. La Tosca (50x38), J. D. Waring 400 

Crocker 73. Cavalier with Violin (39x28), Holland Art Galleries 275 

Phila. A. G.. April 2, 1912 a. La Tosca (50x38) 635 

Schaus, 1912 221. The SUndard Bearer (36^x29), W. C. Thompson. 350 

DEUTSCH, L.; Contemporary, Austrian. 

A. A. A., March 18, 1912 38. Le Chef de la Carde Blanche (32x21^), 

Martin Beck 1,025 

Bronder 107. Coming from the Mosque (325^x22), P. W. Rouss 950 

DEVIEUX; Contemporary, French. 

Graves 370. The Head Waters of the Rhine (20x37), E. Boross 60 

DEWEY, CHARLES MELVILLE, N. A.: 1851- , American. 

Clarke's, March 7, 1912 21. Charcoal Burner (12x16^), C. J. Mc 

Donough 62 

" " 27. Landscape (954xl9j4). C. J. McDonough 70 

Hyde 56. Along the Shore, September (24x34). R. Walter Leigh 225 

DE WILD; Contemporary, Dutch. 

Chase, 1912 32. Feeding Time (8^x16), Irving R. Wiles 90 

DIAZ DE LA PENA, NARCISSE VIRGILE; 1807-1876, French. 

A. A. A., March 19, 1912 64. A Forest Gearing (12f^xl65^), M. 

Knoedler & Co 1,200 

" 65. Nymphs and Cupids (19x13), E. J. 

Cornish 3,200 

Boury 82. Woodland Landscape (10x75^), John Anderson, Jr 155 

Brandus, 1912 31. Smymote Children (9xllH)> £. K. SUllo 370 

" 44. Children Fishiilg (24x18). F. A. Lawes 360 

" 100. Forest of Fontainebleau (15x22), James Fagan. . . 950 

117. The Fortune Teller J 11x9). G. Faulhaber 2,300 

*' 120. Landscape (10x13), F. A. Lawes 650 

Buchanan 29. Venus and Juno (13)ix9^), Mr. Glendenning 1,150 

Cnarke's, April 26, 1912 199 Gypsies in Forest (155^x13^). Berliner. 100 

Crocker 21. Venus and Cupids (24x17), Geo. Petit Galleries, Paris.. 5,100 

Dun-Morton 115. A Storm Follows a Sunny Day (10^x14), M. 

Knoedler & Co 1,950 

" 118. An Eastern Princess (14x10), M. Knoedler & Co.. 575 

Fitzgerald i. Venus and Adonis in the Woods 275 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 c. Forest of Fontainebleau (19x29) 290 

d. Turkish Children (16x12) 225 

c. Woods Interior (24x34) 435 

" " f. Forest of Fontainebleau (15x21^)... 270 

•• " g. Forest of Fontainebleau (22x36) 270 

" h. Landscape (9x12) 140 

j. Madonna and Cupids (9x10^) 260 



36 AMERICAN ART AXNUAL 

DIAZ DE LA PENA, NARCISSE V I RG I LE— (Continued). 

Moir 17. Edge of the Woods (12^x16^^), Harrison Williams 2,750 

Newcomb 16. Flowers (6x8), C. B. Alexander 400 

24. Sunset After a Storm (26^x34), R. D. Williams 6,000 

Phila. A. G., April 2, 1912 a. Landscape (15x18)-. 360 

b. Forest of Fontainebleau (8^x12)... 250 

Schaus, 1912 284. Edge of the Forest (26x30^) 12;000 

Stanford 121. La Joconde (22x18), I. N. Rogers 525 

Mrs. L. C. Weir 480. Landscape, Mrs. Gray 3,100 

DIDIER-POUGET, WILLIAM; 1864- , French. 

Bronder 91. Heather in Bloom — Morning in the Pyrenees (21^x39H)> 

L. L. Firusld 460 

DIEPENBEECK. ABRAHAM VAN; 1599-1674. Flemish. 

Balbach 33. Charity (28x23). K. B. Schley 140 

DIETERLE, MARIE; Contemporary. French. 

A. A. A.. March 19, 1912 81. At the Drinking Place (15x22^) 1,600 

Schaus, 1912 179. Cows Beside a Pool (12^x16^). Frederick Layton 1,400 

290. L'Etang de Jobe. Normandie (30^x40^), A. R. 

Murray •. . . 3,600 

297. La Reine du Troupeau (45^x65^), (George Smith 2,000 

DIXON, MARIA R; Deceased, American. 

Lawson 36. An Old Fashioned Girl (16x20), C. Cryder 100 

" 45. "What Shall the Answer Be?" (21x17), E. H. Dreckerhoff 170 

" 103. Meditation (19x17). W. W. Lawson 210 

DOBSON. WILLIAM; 1610-1646. British. 

Brandus, 1912 77. Portrait of a Girl (29x25). R. C. Otis 305 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. William II, Prmce of Orange (60x30).. 220 

DOLCI, CARLO; 1616-1686. Italian. 

Fitzgerald a. The Dying Oeopatra 1,700 

DOLPH, J. H., N. A.: 1835-1904, American. 

Lawson 30. Cat and Kittens (14x18). R. Walter Leigh 110 

DOMINGO Y MARQUES. FRANCISCO; 1843- , Spanish. 

Chase, 1912 6. A Spaniard (w. c. 11x8), Arthur H. Hahlo & Co.... 55 

7. Soldiers on Horesback (4^x9^). B. Williams 250 

DOMINGO, JOSE; Spanish. 

A. A. A., March 18. 1912 31. Cavalier Drinking (25j4xl8j4), D. G. 

Dcry 260 

Fischer. 1912 890. A Garden Party (8>4xl3j4) 80 

DOR£, GUSTAVE; 1833-1883, French. 

Clarke's, April 25, 1912 44. On the Rhine (30x50), Eames 90 

DOSSI, DOSSO; 1479-1542, Italian. Attributed to 

Norton 37. St Raphael (38^x66), Rosenberg 85 

DOUGHTY, THOMAS; 1793-1856, American. 

Robb 497. Lake George (18x23^), I. Friedenhcit 80 

DROUAIS. FRANCOIS HERBERT; 1727-1775, French. 

Bolton 123. Portrait d'une Cantatrice (26^x19^), David Belasco... 250 

Brandus, 1912 92. Marquise d'Imfroit (30x24), F. A. Lawes 660 

DU FAURE, O. FABER; 1828- , German. 

Chase, 1912 11. Arabs (w. c. 6J^xl2J^). W. H. Crittenden 155 

DUPLESSIS, JOSEPH; 1725-1802, French. 

Brandus, 1912 103. Portrait of Mr. Ducis (46x38), P. Mersch 825 

DUPRfi, JULES; 1811-1889, French. 

Buchanan 35. The Winding Road (18x21^), C. L. Sylvester 1,100 

" 37. Fishing Boats off the French Coast (18x26), Mr. Sinclair 1,000 

Chase, 1912 99. Moonlight Landscape (9^x12^), F. A. Vanderlip... 430 

Clarke's, April 25, 1912 60. Qose of Day (6^x10^), Thompson 180 

" " 65. Marine (954x9), Thompson 90 

Dun-Morton 111. Cattle (9j4x7}4), M. Knoedlcr & Co 400 

F. A. A. G., March 28, 1912 67. Landscape (8fixl4), J. J. Campbell.. 52 

" " 152. Landscape in Picardy (25x30), Dr. 

L. Spiegel 320 

Fitzgerald d. The Coming Storm 260 

e. Landscape 240 

Grigsby 1143. Landscape (circular 3^ diameter), F. M. l^dner, Jr.. 380 

Kinney-Shawger 96. Evening in Limousin (25x30), E. Brandus 635 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Landscape and Sheep (14x10) 265 

b. Forest X27x23) 470 

" " c. Edge of Forest (25x18) 875 

Oehme, 1912 HI. Silvery Moonlight (25x19^) 500 

Schaus, 1912 103. An Oak Tree (drawing 17^4x2054), L. Laflin Kellogg 65 

" 105. Willows Reflected (drawing 1754x23), Harrison 

Williams 70 



PAINTINGS SOLD AT AUCTION 37 

DUPR«. JULES— (Continued). 

Scbaus, 1012 280. The Pond (6^x9), Boussod. Valadon & Co 1,0^0 

'* 282. Morning (16x13), M. Knoedler & Co 3,600 

" 285. The Old Oak (41x41), Holland Art Galleries 1,150 

DUPRfi, JULIEN; 185M910, French. 

A. A. A., March 19, 1912 84. Cows (19x26), John Levy 375 

Bronder 101. The Hayfield (25J4x32)^ Wm. Sleicher 470 

Dun-Morton 77. Noontide (26x32), Kingman 550 

Kinney-Shawger 41. Milking Time (18x24), Martin Beck 231 

Myers 95. The Haymakers (26x32), Thomas F. Victor 1,025 

DUPRfi, LtON VICTOR; 1816-1879, French. 

F. A. A. G., March 28, 1912 79. Evening Landscape (10x13^), E. 

Wagner 54 

DURAND, ASHER BROWN, N. A.; 17961886, American. 

Harrison, 1912 2. Departure of Columbus from the Harbor of Palos 

on his First Voyage (15j4x20) 100 

DURER, ALBRECHT; 147M528, German. 

Graves 380. Portrait of Hans Imhoff (20x16), Eugene Boross 410 

DUTCH SCHOOL. 

Ward 780. At the Fountain (46x66), Bartinett 275 

DUTCH SCHOOL (OLD). 

Crocker 57. A Jolly Toper (13x10), Charles H. Dugro 110 

DUVERGER, F.; French. 

Clarke's, March 7, 1912 35. Dressing for the Ball (13x9^), H. Corn.. 50 

EATON, CHARLES WARREN; 1857- , American. 

Clarke's, March 7, 1912 31. Edge of the Woods (16x22), H. Schultheis 115 

" March 8, 1912 94. Edge of the Woods (16x22), H. F. Thomp- 
son 475 

Fischer, 1912 173. A Hazy Day (25x36), S. L. Kingan 150 

Fitzgerald a. On the Edge of the Pines 200 

EATON, WYATT; 1849-1896, Canadian. 

Chase, 1912 56. Lassitude (21x19), F. F. Sherman 200 

EDE, FREDERICK; 1865- .Canadian. 

Brandus, 1912 1. The Stone Bridge (29x24), J. Thompson 55 

" 2. The Old Mill (24x29), H. C. Hopkins 105 

26. Landscape and River (29x24), H. A. Warren 130 

" 72. Ruins (24x29), H. Kertscher 95 

" 82. Landscape and River (24x29), Edward J. Stdner.. 150 

91. Village in Normandy (24x29), J. Kinsella 310 

'* 96. Farm House on the River (24x29), Louis Ralston.. 225 

F. A. A. G., Jan. 19, 1912 95. French Farm (24x29), L. Chester 195 

" March 29, 1912 166. Along the River Loire (25x29), Miss 

L. Wheeler 260 

Leroy Stewart, Phila.. 1912 d. Farm in Normandy (21x29) 50 

Phila. A. G., April 2, 1912 a. The Stone Bridge (29x24) 85 

b. The Mill on the River (24x29) 120 

c. The French River Dordogne (24x29).. 120 

EDEFELT, ALBERT; 1854- , Finnish. 

Kinney-Shawger 78. In the Woods (24x32), Mrs. J. Dodd 60 

ECKjLESTON, BENJAMIN; 1867- , American. 

Lawson 10. A Girl Reading (10x7), L. Cryder 70 

ENGLISH SCHOOL (Eariy). 

A. A. A., March 18, 1912 42. The Disputed Document (27f^x35^), 

R. T. Wilson 70 

43. The Blind Fiddler (28x36), R. T. " 

Wilson 60 

Brandus, 1912 27. Portrait of a Lady (33x22), Mrs. (^eo. Scheiffelin. . . 105 

Phila. A. G., April 2, 1912 a. Portrait of a Udy (34x29) 90 

EPP. RUDOLPH; 1834- , German. 

Kinney-Shawger 75. Home Joys (29x38), R. T. Green 105 

Mrs. L C. Weir 474. A Painting, Mrs. Gray 250 

ERNST, RODOLPHE; 1854- , (jerman. 

F. A. A. G., March 29, 1912 140. Filling the Lamps (24x19^), J. R. 

De Lamar 182 

ESCHBACH, PAUL ANDRE JEAN; Contemporary, French. 

F. A. A. G., March 29, 1912 112. A Cavalier (29x24), Pell 135 

EVERARD, HENRI; French. 

Fischer, 1912 33. Return to the Fold (18x28), E. F. Jones 57 

FABRITIUS, KAREL; 1624-1654, Dutch. 

Balbach 27. Portrait of a Young Giri (27x21). H. £. Huntingtoq 330 



38 AMERICAN ART ANSUAL 

FAULKNER, JOHN. 

Pha». A. G., Feb. 16. 1912 a. Carlingford Castle (w. c.) 71 

" *' b. After a Heavy Blow (w. c.) 65 

FEUX, K. 

Fitzgerald a. On the Grand Canal» Venice 80 

FENN, HARRY; 1837-1911, American. 

Fenn 37. On the Tiber, Rome (12x20), Mrs. J. W. Cowl 63 

" 42. Siena (21xl2i4). E. D. Brooks 52 

" 69. The Sun Dial, Guy's Cliff, Warwick (18xllj4). H. W. Kent 105 

" 77. Vittoria. Spain (21x19), E. D. Brooks 70 

" 78. Bab Tuma, a (^ate in the Walls of Damascus (25x19), Grace 

Porter 60 

FIAMINGO, ENRICO; Italian. 

Spence a. Head of a Philosopher (29x38) 220 

" b. Head of a Philosopher (28j4x36) 80 

FILOSA, G.; Contemporary, Italian. 

Grigsby 1123. . The Letter (15x21), Mrs. M. Seaton 50 

FLAMENG, FRANCOIS; 1856- , French. 

(niase, 1912 39. A Ball Game at Toledo (12^x17), S. F. Rothschild.. 260 

Schaus, 1912 211. With Bonaparte in Italy (25x39>4). John F. Harris 1,650 

B. Stem 80. Le Jour de Fete (15x23), O. G. Jennings 750 

FLEMISH SCHOOL. 

A. A. A., March 18, 1912 53. Portrait of a Lady (46x42$4), John Farr 60 

Crocker 49. Portrait of a Lady (43x34 H)> Mrs. Albert Flake 400 

FORAIN, JEAN LOUIS; 1852- , French. 

(Hiase, 1912 78. A Patient Fisherman (57x57), A. C. Barnes 560 

FORTUNY Y CARBO, MARIANO: 1838-1874, Spanish. 

Buchanan 9. Fruit Shop in Granada (5x7), Mrs. Sinclair 520 

Crocker 5. A Spanish Horseman (w. c. 14x7^), W. J. Curtis 425 

Fitzgerald a. The Bathers 600 

^ b. Arab Merchants 325 

FOSTER, BIRKET; 1825-1899, British. 

Fitzgerald b. Village Life 50 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Katz Castle on the Rhine (65x47) 325 

FOUACE, GUILLAUME R.; ? -1895, French. 

Schaus, 1912 192. (Hiicken and Hen (20x26), J. O. McDermott 80 

FRAGONARD, JEAN HONORfi; 1732-1806, French. 

Bolton 98. Les Jeunes Amants (8^x11), R. Ederheimer 1,800 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Les Amours de Don Juan (46x36).... 875 

FRAGONARD SCHOOL. 

Bolton 67. La Lettrc d'Amour (oval 29}4x24j4), O. G. Jennings 225 

FRANCESCHINI, MARC ANTONIO; 1648-1729, Italian. 

Spence a. Madonna, Jesus and Shepherds (46x66) lOS 

" b. A Blind Fiddler (37x46) 85 

FRANCIA, DOMENICO; 1702-1758, Italian. 

Brandus, 1912 108. Virgin and Child (51x39^), F. A. Lawes 980 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Virgin and Child (50x40) 1,150 

FRAPPA, JOSE; 1854-1904, French. 

Fitzgerald a. The Game of Chess 200 

Schaus, 1912 169. The Singer (17J^xl4), P. W. Rouss 300 

FRERE, CHARLES THEODORE; 1815-1888, French. 

F. A. A. G., Jan. 19, 1912 87. Arabs in Camp (9j4xl3j4), W. Sleicher 59 

100. Street in Algiers (24x16), Holland Art 

Galleries 125 

Ncwcomb 3. Caravans^rail (6>^x5), Miss Qark 60 

FRERE, PIERRE EDOUARD; 1819-1886. French. 

Buchanan 18. A Busy Boy (13x9 J4), C. W. Kraushaar 275 

Schaus, 1912 97. A Finishing Touch (w. c. 14^x11^), Stolberg & 

Little 105 

FRIESEKE, F. C; 1874- , American. 

Chase, 1912 155. Girl with Green Sash (46x32), F. A. Vanderlip 340 

FROMENTIN, EUGENE; 1820-1876, French. 

A. A. A., March 19, 1912 67. Exercising the Horses (10^x13^), 

C. P. Byrnes 500 

Chase, 1912 83. Moonlight— Arab Encampment (5^x4), C. J. Mc- 

Donough 290 

Clarke's, April 25, 1912 54. Arab Encampment (10^x15^^), W. M. 

Chase 100 

.Schaus, 1912 277. Hunting with Falcons (15^x26^). Geo. Pettit 

Galleries 5,300 



PAINTINGS SOLD AT AUCTION 39 

FULLER, G. F.; 1822-1884, American. 

Kinney-Shawger 43. Flying Dutchman (12x16). A. Tooth & Sons 65 

FUNK, HEINRICH; 1807-1877, German. 

Schaus, 1912 208. Landscape (19x31). Henry Steers 150 

FURINI. FRANCESCO; 1600-1649. Italian. 

Spence. .... .a. Magdalene (46x57) 270 

" b. A Magdalene (62x73) 275 

GABRIEL, PAUL JOSEPH CONSTANTINE; 1828- , Dutch. 

Chase, 1912 116. Children at the Shore (13x16). N. A. Groen 165 

GAINSBOROUGH, THOMAS, R. A.; 1727-1788, British. 

Crocker 54. Portrait of David Garrick (25^x21), Walter Jennings.. 4.500 

F. A. A. G.. March 29, 1912 163. Portrait of Elizabeth Derby 

(46^x38$4), Miss L. Wheeler 300 

177. Mrs. Hallet (104x60). C. E. 

Snedecor & Co 1.900 

Graves 373. Portrait of the Hon. Mrs. Craddon (30x25), W. K. Bixby 3,000 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Squire Hallett (full length) 1.700 

GAINSBOROUGH, THOMAS: Attributed to 

Stanford 26. The Maypole (20x16). E. L. Lueder 100 

GAINSBOROUGH-DUPONT: 1767-1797, British. 

F. A. A. G., March 28, 1912 81. Duchess of Montogue (50x40), 

James Elverson. Jr 710 

GAMBERT, T.; French. 

Kinney-Shawger 8. A Flirtation (14x10^). Warren G. Horton 60 

GARCIA, v.; Contemporary. Italian. 

Dun-Morton 20. The Village Belle (27x18). E. M. Clark 77 

GAVARNI, PAUL; 1801-1866, French. 

Ward 832. In the Champs Elys^es (48x78). R. M. Haan 200 

GAY, EDWARD, N. A.; 1837- . American, & A. F. TAIT, N. A.; 1819-1905, 
American. 
Clarke's, March 8. 1912 70. Landscape and Cattle (18x28), Tennant.. 50 

GAY, WALTER; 1876- , American. 

Robb 490. Le Petit Maitre (155^x11 ^), G. Livingston 165 

GELISSEN^ MAXIMILLIAN LAMBERT: 1786-1867, German. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Forest (16x21) 55 

GERARD, FRANCOIS PASCAL SIMON: 1770-1837, French. 

Brandus, 1912 139. Portrait of Caroline Bonaparte (7^ft.x5ft.), W. A. 

Wallace 5.100 

G£RARD, TH£ODORE; 1829- . Belgian. 

Clarke's, March 7. 1912 22. The Sad Missive (29x39^), H. Com 160 

GERICAULT, JEAN LOUIS; 1791- 1824. French. 

Clarke's, April 25, 1912 56. Saddle Horse (13x9^). Thompson 75 

F. A. A. G., Jan. 19, 1912 61. Horse in Stable (19x23), J. Dryer 145 

GEROME, JEAN L£ON; 1824-1904, French. 

A. A. A., March 19, 1912 73. The Artist's Model (19^x16). Harry 

B. Smith 1.100 

Bronder 114. Praying in the Blue Mosque (34^x26^4), J. C. Evans.. 1,300 

. Crocker 12. A Gentleman of the Time of Louis XIII (13J^xlO), R. 

D. Williams 275 

Fitzgerald a. Arabs in Council 610 

Moir 41. The Dead Lion (32x2SH), Wm. N. Cromwell 1,900 

Schaus, 1912 212. The Tulip Craze (26J<x39j4). J. C. Evans 1,650 

Yerkes, 1912 20. Portrait of the Artist (19^^x14), M. Franklin 1,175 

GESSI, FRANCESCO: 1588-1649, Italian. 

Spence a. Clorinda Killed by Tancrede (74x113) 92 

GEYER, JOHANN; 1807-1875, German. 

Harrison, 1912 18. Columbus and the Egg (57x72), C. K. Smith 380 

GHISOLFI. GIOVANNI; 1632-1683. Italian. 

Graves 386. The Death of Caesar (44x54), Thomas Foster 100 

GIFFORD, R. SWAIN. N. A.; 1840-1905. American. 

Anderson's, May 16, 1912 382. Late Afternoon, Island of Naushorn, 

Mass. (16x28), H. S. Jones 52 

Dun-Morton 22. Mount Renier, the Bay of Tacoma, Puget Sound 

(21x40), W. C. Leter 170 

88. Lake George (9j^xl6), W. B. Thompson 120 

GIORDANO, LUCA; 1632-1706. Italian. 

Fischer, 1912 898. Two Allegorical Decorations (16j4x55j4), A. H. 

Durbur ». 90 

Spence a. High Priest Rending his Garments (56x68) 400 

GIORGI, A. 

Leroy Stewart. Phila., 1912 a. The Dice Throwers (11x14) 75 



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40 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

GIRTIN. THOHIAS; 17731802. British. 

Fischer, 1912 641. Entrance to Dover Harbor (9x12), S. B. Luyster, Jr. 60 

GIUSTO, CHARLIER FAUST: lulian. 

Chase, 1912 65. Ah Oriental (24x20), Mr. Sterling 175 

GOSSELIN, ALBERT; Contemporary, French. 

Fischer, 1912 686. Twilight (18x24), G. B. Wheeler 190 

GOLTZIUS. HENDRIK; 1558-1617, German. 

Gold 86. Galatea 375 

GONZALES, JUAKr ANTONIO; Contemporary, Spanish. 

Bronder 33. La Convalescence d'un Pnnce (32x38) 460 

GORDON. SIR JOHN WATSON, R. A., P. R. S. A.; 1798-1864), British. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila.. 1912 a. Girl with Bird's Nest (24x20) 205 

GOUBIE, JEAN -RICHARD; 1842-1899, French. 

I. Stern 57. Refreshments by the Wayside (22x27), John J. Sonney.. 380 

Schaus. 1912 235. En Chasse (11^x15), Boussod. Valadon & Co 175 

GOYA Y LUCIENTES, FRANCESCO JOSE DE; 1746-1828, Spanish. Attributed to 

Norton.... 9. A Spanish General i2S^x30yi), Rosenberg 315 

GRANER. LUIS; Contemporary, French. 

Brandus, 1912 3. Brooklyn Bridge (30x38), D. Shattuck 90 

9. Street of Pensicola (38x24). F. Mitchell 180 

" 24. Starting of the Fishermen (25x32), M. L. Maxwell 95 

71. Harbor of Barcelona (19x28), J. F. Keveney 115 

140. Rocks of Pensicola (20x24), Andrew Smith 225 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 m. The Spanish River Besos (32x38) 130 

Phila. A. G., April 2, 1912 a. Ruins of Castle of Pensicola (20x24).. 110 

b. Barcelona by Night (30x40) 80 

c. Brook by Mxwnlight (30x38) 180 

d. Yacht Race Near Barcelona (26x32).. 110 

e. Return of the Fishermen (20x24) 60 

f . Sunset on the Ocean (20x24) 120 



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*' g. Hudson-Fulton Celebration (22x30) 70 

i. Spanish Dancer 724x20) 85 



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Barcelona by Night (16x20) 55 



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.1. the Forge (20x24) 52 

.k. The Abandoned Fort (20x24) 210 

.1. The Two Sisters (20x24) 210 

.n. Nightmare (20x24) 60 

.o. Spanish Fisherwomen (20x24) 175 

p. In the Foothills of the Pyrenees (25x32) 70 

.q. Near Barcelona (20x28) 160 

.r. Malaga by Night (30x38) 135 

.s. Carnival at Asbury Park (30x40) 100 

t. Card Players (20x24) 70 

GREAVES, WALTER; British. 

Anderson's, March 5, 1912 26. Old Battersea Bridge (21x25), L. E. 

Ellis 62 

27. Lindsay Wharf, Chelsea, E. D. Brooks 50 

GRECO; 1548-1625, Spanish. Attributed to 

Norton 10. The Tribute Money (38j4x43), Rosenberg 275 

GREUZE, JEAN BAPTISTE; 1725-1805, French. 

Bolton 16. Atropos (drawing 12^x9^). M. Sloog 65 

" 21. (;iri with Dog (13x16^), M. E. Wormser 380 

Fitzgerald b. Blowing Bubbles 350 

Phila. A. G., April 2, 1912 a. Ideal Head (19f4xl6K 200 

Robb 491. An Artist (Mme. Lebrun) (15^xl2i^). Donn Barber 160 

GREUZE, JEAN BAPTISTE; Attributed to 

Forrest 561. Portrait of a Boy (15x14), W. Rosenbaum 135 

GRIFFIER. JAN; 1645-1718, Dutch. 

Gold 72. Winter Scene (20J4x27j4), E. Stone 90 

GRISON, ADOLPHE FRANCOIS; 1845- , French. 

Kinney-Shawger 123. Rousseau in his Study (7x5). H. Schultheis... 95 

GROENEWEGEN. ADRIANUS JOHANNES; Contemporary, Dutch. 

Fischer, 1912 682. Milking-Time (12Vix21), O. Fukushima 170 

1095. Landscape with Cattle (13x20). R. O. Ha^ward. . . 55 

Kinney-Shawger 37. Landscape with Cattle (w. c. 14x21), Moulton & 

Ricketts 70 

** 98. Dutch Landscape with Cattle (10x15), Moulton & 

Ricketts 85 

GROLL, ALBERT, N. A.; 1866- . American. 

Schaua, 1912 148. The Desert (pastel 21x33^), Benie M. CarlUle. ... 7S 

217. Ridgefiekl. New Jersey (25x35), E. M. Maguire.... 100 



PAINTINGS SOLD AT AUCTION 41 

OROLLERON, PAUL LOUIS NARCI8SE; 1850-190L French. 

Bronder 21. After the Skirmish (10x13), E. M. Kaguire 105 

F. A. A. G.. Mareh 29. 1912 125. On Picket (14x9). J. Carpenter... 137 

Kinney-Shawger 77. The Sentry (13x8), Moulton & Ricketts 190 

OROS, ANTOINE JEAN; 1771-1835, French. 

Robb 498. Napoleon at Eylau (22^x19), Donn Barber 155 

CROS, LUCIEN ALPHONSE; 1845- . French. 

dase, 1912 109. The Sleeping Soldier (10}^xl4^), F. A. Vanderlip. . 300 

CRUPPE, CHARLES P.; 1860- , American. 

Anderson's, May 16, 1912 327. Going to Pasture (w. c. 18x24) 55 

" " 372. October Day in Connecticut (30x45).. 260 

Garke's, March 7, 1912 28. Wood Choppers, Holland (w. c. 16x20), 

H. Schultheis 60 

Fitzgerald a. Canal in Delft 205 

*' b. Quiet Morning at Voorberg 140 

" c. November near The Hague 87 

d. November in The Hague 75 

■GUARDI, FRANCESCO; 1712-1793. Italian. 

Bolton 97. San Giorgio Mag^ore (115^x14^), R. Ederheimer 550 

Brandus, 1912 50a. A Venetian View (7^x11), Mrs. Amsinck 175 

50b. A Venetian View (7j4xll), Mrs. Amsinck 175 

Leroy Stewart, Phila.. 1912 a. Venice (24x30) 100 

Yerkes, 1912 161. Wedding of the Doge (1454xl8j4). W. M. Chase.. 300 

CUIGNARD; Contemporary, French. 

Phila. A. G., May 27, 1912 a. At the Close of the Day in the Valley 

of the Tongue 160 

HAGBORG. AUGUST; 1852- , Swedish. 

Bronder 16. Fisherfolk (21 ^x29) 300 

HALS, FRANS; 1580-1666, Dutch. Attributed to 

Fitzgerald a. Dutch Market Scene 130 

^* b. The Burgomaster 70 

Norton 7. The Cook (36x42), Rosenberg 107 

HAMILTON, T. WHITELAW: Contemporary, British. 

Fischer, 1912 382. Landscape with Cattle (32x34) 600 

Fitzgerald a. Marine 75 

Harrison. 1912 1. Vision of Columbus (30^x45) 100 

HAMMAN, EDOUARD J. C; 1819-1888, Belgian. 

A. A. A., March 18, 1912 36. The Rendezvous (29x19), M. Kaiser.... 70 

HAMMAN, Jr. ; Contemporary. Belgian. 

A. A. A., March 18, 1912 41. Cattle (26x32), J. O. McDermott 80 

HAMON, JEAN LOUIS; 18211874. French. 

Chase, 1912 37. Wall Flowers (8j4xl7j4), Mrs. Von Orbig 190 

HAQUETTE, GEORGES; 1854-1906, French. 

Kinney-Shawger 23. North Sea Fishermen (21^x29). Prinz Bros.... 190 

I. Stem 72. Sudden Storm (59x35^), Mrs. D. P. Ushikubo 300 

HARLOW, GEORGE HENRY: 17871819, British. 

Brandus, 1912 106. Miss O'Neil (39x28), Mrs. C. Rumsey 2,400 

Graves 374. Portrait of Hon. J. Ayton (30x25), W. K. Bixby 2.509 

" 376. Portrait of Lady Fairlee and Child (29x22), W. K. Bixby 2,000 

Phila. A. G., April 2, 1912 a. Miss Frances Stewart (30x25) 230 

" " b. Lady Blessington (19x16) 170 

HARNETT, W. H.; Contemporary. American. 

Clarke's, March 7, 1912 30. Still Life (10Hxl5>4), H. Schultheis.... 95 

F. A. A. G., Jan. 19. 1912 53. Still Life (40x30), J. C. Evans 200 

Fitzgerald a. Still Life 240 

HARPIGNIES, HENRI; 1819- . French. 

A. A. A., March 19, 1912 75. Near Herrison (22x18), Holland Art 

(tileries 675 

Brandus, 1912 67. On the Mediterranean Shore (17x22), M. L. Maxwell 1,700 

133. Road Along the River Loire G. Faulhaber 2,850 

Fischer, 1912 664. Southern Sunshine (4^x8), O. Fukushima 260 

673. The Settinjr Sun (4^x8), O. Fukushima 225 

Kinney-Shawger 1 19. On the River Loire (24x39), £. Brandus 550 

Leroy-Stcwart, Phila.. 1912 b. Ruins of a Castle on the River Loire 

(47x36) 660 

" " c. Banks of the River Loire (19x25)... 670 

d. Les Bords de la Loire (15x18) 120 

Oehmc, 1912 38. Morning in the Valley (12x17), M. Knoedler & Co.. 500 

Phila. A. G.. April 2, 1912 a. Let Bords de la Loire (23x28) 675 

Sehaus, 1912 112. Landscape (w. c. 8x11), Harrison Williams 110 

287. The Brook (32x25K), M. Knoedler k Co 3,800 



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42 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

HARPIGNIES, HENRI— (Continued). 

Stanford 32. La Bourboule (w. c. 10x14^ ), M. Knoedler & Co 110 

B. Stern 82. The Pond at Herrison (16x22^), David Warfield 900 

HART, TAMES M., N. A.; 1828-1901, American. 

Clarke's, April 25. 1912 69. A Winter Day (20x28), Hofman 50 

March 8. 1912 81. Winter (20x24), Lawlor 70 

110. Cows (llj4x7J4), H. D. G. Rohlfs, Jr. 55 

Dun-Morton 47. Cattle (8x10), J. Penning 85 

F. A. A. G., March 29, 1912 94. A Cool Spot (25xl8H)> Holland 

Art Galleries 155 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Cattle (10x8) 110 

HART, WILLIAM, N. A.; 1823-1894. American. 

Bronder 34. Cattle (13x18), E. M. Maguire 190 

Clarke's, April 25, 1912 75. Bavarian Tyrol (30x46). A. Heckschcr 65 

March 8, 1912 76. Cattle (9x12), Allen Ames 70 

F. A. A. G., Feb. 28, 1912 138 Landscape and Cattle (10x14), O'Connor 180 

HARTSON, WALTER C; 1866- , American. 

Chase, 1912 127. The Pump (20x16), J. B. Wilbur 170 

HASELTINE, WILLIAM S., N. A.; 1835-1900, American. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 •. Marine (12x21 J4) 55 

HASSAM, CHILDE, N. A.; 1859- , American. 

Clarke's, April 25, 1912 7. Earlv Morning, Venice (w. c. 18^x26), 

Tnompson 75 

Kinney-Shawger 38. A Broadway Nocturne (w. c. 25x18), H. Schultheis 110 

86. A Winter Morning, 42nd Street (18x15), H. 

Schultheis 220 

115. At the Fair, (Hiicago, 1893 (24x18), Holland 

Art Galleries 250 

HAWLEY, BENJAMIN. 

Chase, 1912 47. In the Cafe (18x21^), Mr. Sterling 110 

HAWTHORNE, CHARLES W., N. A.; 1872- , American. 

Clarke's, March 8, 1912 119. Giri in Red (24x30), Allen Ames 95 

HAYDEN, B. K.; 1786-1846, British, and SIR JOHN WILKIE; British. 

Harrison, 1912 33. Highland Lovers (72x57) 70 

HEBERT, ANTOINE AUGUSTE ERNEST; 1817-1908, French. 

Buchanan 45. La Muse des Bois (15^x12^), M. Knoedler & Co.... 300 

Schaus, 1912 180. An Oriental Beauty (22x18), Boussod. Valadon & Co. 400 

HEEMSKIRK, E. VAN; 1645-1704, Dutch. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. The Shipwreck (33x58) 435 

HELLEU, PAUL; 1859- , French. 

Chase, 1912 149. A Young Parisienne (pastel 29x21), S. F. Rothschild 120 

HELST, BARTHOLOMAUS VAN DER: 1611-1670, Dutch. 

(Sold 15. Portrait of a Young (iirl (25x20), E. Stone 65 

HENNER, JEAN JACQUES; 1829-1905, French. 

Brandus, 1912 39. Head (24x20), H. C. Hopkins 350 

132. Head (24x20), C. A. Jamieson 575 

Bronder 108. A Young Girl (10j4x8), D. G. Dery 840 

Buchanan 54. The Magdalen (19^x14^), M. Knoedler & Co 2,150 

Crocker 58. Thoughtful (15x11^). W. C. Taylor 1,100 

Dun-Morton 116. Ideal Head (10x8^). R- C. & N. M. Vose 675 

Jan. 19, 1912 103. Head (12x9), E. H. Rosenbaum 105 

F. A. A. G., March 28. 1912 71. Revery (24x20), Edward Brandus.. 150 

March 29, 1912 124. Ideal Head (13x9j4), J. Barric. 220 

130. Ideal Head (16x13), E. Wagner.. 270 

Kinney-Shawger 60. Head (18x12^), John Penning 140 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 b. Repentance (13x20) 285 

c. Revery (24x20) 425 

d. Fabiola (19x15) 230 

Phila. A. G., April 2, 1912 a. A Head (19x15) 120 

HENRY, E. L., N. A.; 1841- .American. 

Qarke's, April 25, 1912 76. Scandal Mongers (13x18), S. Russell 205 

HERBO, LEON; Belgian. 

Dun-Morton 85. The Lady with the Dove (38x27), H. S. Homer 75 

HERRING, JOHN FREDERICK; 1795-1865, British. 

Kinney-Shawger 39. Horses in Stable (10x14), H. D. Babcock 50 

HERRMANN, LEON CHARLES; Contemporary. French. 

Bronder 1 12. Butterflies are Elusive (1 1x8), M. Sloog 310 

F. A. A. G., Feb. 28, 1912 159. Refreshments (7j4x6). S. Heller 200 

I. Stern ..82. A Reader (6>^x5), Mrs. P. W. Rouss 290 

HERTER. ALBERT; 1871- , American. 

Grigsby 1147. The Garden of Dreams (w. c. 27x14) 635 



PAINTINGS SOLD AT AUCTION 43 

HERTZOG, H. • 

Fitzgerald a. Landscape 55 

" .b. A Foggy Day on the River 65 

HICKS» THOMAS, N. A.; 4823-1890, American. 

Ochme, 1912 96. Portrait of Longfellow 125 

HILDERBRANDT, EDOUARD; 1818-1868, German. 

A. A. A., April 2, 1912 499. Winter in Holland (33x46), H. Schultheis 52 

HILL, C. P.; Contemporary, American. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912.... a. Forest (22x28) 140 

HILL. THOMAS; 1829-1908, American. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Forest of Fontainebleau (35x28) 150 

Ward 766. Death of the Indian (20x30), Miss Butler 50 

HINCKLEY, THOMAS HEWES; 1813-1870, American. 

Buchanan 81. The Bag— near Milton, Mass. (36^x48), Mr. Sinclair.. 100 

HOBBEMA, MEINDERT; 1638-1709, Dutch. 

Bolton 114. Landscape with CotUge and Church (19^x25^). R. 

Ederheimer 500 

HOEBER, ARTHUR; 1854- , American. 

Oehme, 1912 45. Evening (11x14), Theo. Sheldon 60 

Schaus, 1912 195. Hyannis Port Marshes (20x30), Mrs. Heinze 50 

202. The Coal Wharf (20x30), Mrs. Glendenning 50 

" 218. Summer Evening (22x30), Mrs. Glendenning 50 

*' 262. Upon a Summer's Day (25x30). E. M. Maguire. . 75 

270. The Flowing Tide (22x30), J. William Clark 80 

271. Woodland Solitude (25x30), Alba B. Johnson 90 

" 298. Hyannis Port, Moonlight (16x30), Johannes Meyer 85 

299. Restless Sea (25x30), V. C. Thompson 55 

HOGUET, CHARLES; 1821-1870, Orman. 

Fitzgerald a. Gathering Fish 200 

HOLBEIN, HANS (The Younger); 1497-1543, German. 

Bolton 5. Portrait of Henry VIII (9$4x7^), Mr. Glendenning 450 

HOLLAND, JOSEPH; 1800-1870, British. 

Fischer, 1912 651. The Thames Bridge (8^x17), O. Fukushima 60 

HOMER, WINSLOW. N. A.: 18361910, American. 

Flower, 1912 514. Watching the Breakers (30x40), M. Knoedler & Co. 10,300 

HONDECOETER, MELCHIOR; 16361 695, Dutch. 

Bolton 76. Peacock and other Birds on a Terrace (37x44), F. K. Sturgis 425 

HONTHORST, GERARD; 1590-1656, Dutch. 

Graves 367. Elizabeth, Daughter of James VI of England, Queen of 

Bohemia (27x22 H), H. A. TaTmadge.. 185 

HOOGSTRAETEN, SAMUEL VAN; 1627-1678. Dutch. 

(k>ld 96. Dutch Interior with Figures (20x24^), Barlow 190 

HOPPNER, JOHN, R. A.; 1758-1810, British. 

Crocker 52. The Empress Josephine (30^x25^), Edward Brandus... 1,000 

F. A. A. G.. March 28, 1912 78. Portrait of Miss Greville (30x25), 

James Elverson, Jr 

March 29, 1912 142. Portrait of Miss Hewson (36x28), 



370 



J. R. De Lamar 400 

Lady 



Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Lady Charlotte Johnson (46x35) 470 

HOWE. WILLIAM H^ N. A.; 1846- , American. 

Lawson 15. Cattle on the Bronx (10x12), R. Walter Leigh 120 

" 112. Cattle Under Willows (18x24J4), Max Rosenberg 275 

HUBBELL, HENRY S.; 1870- , American. 

Chase, 1912 77. A Poet (5154x38}4), Laura Opper 300 

HUBER 

Phila. A. G., Feb. 16, 1912 Still Life 70 

HUET, J. B.; 1745-1811, French. 

Brandus, 1912 83. Pastorale (21>^xl5^), P. Mersch 700 

HUGHES, J.: British (Scotch). 

Clarke's, March 7, 1912 63. Changing Pasture (16x20), BischofF 60 

HUGHES, WILLIAM; 1793-1825, British. 

Schaus, 1912 185. Still-Life (20x23), P. J. Oettinger SO 

HUGUET, VICTOR P.; 1835-1902, French. 

A. A. A., March 18, 1912. .< . . .50. Caravan Resting (32x26), C. J. Mc- 

Donough 230 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Arabs on March (25x31) 375 

Yerkes, 1912 140. At the Watering Place (25j4x33J^), Harry B. Smith 375 

HULK, JOHN T. 

Fischer, 1912 1110. Swans (18x22»/4), D. G. Dery 405 



44 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

HULK, JOHN FR. 

Schans, 1912 127. Geese in a Swamp (w. c. 15^x24^), A. Tooth & 

Sons 60 

*' 130. Duck Hunting (w. c. 16x24^),. A. H. Cosden 130 

HULK, JOHN FR.. JR.; 1855- . Dutch. 

Schaus, 1912 121. A Setter (w. c. 11^x18^), J. R. De Lamar 80 

HUNT, LOUIS B.; Contemporary. 

Buchanan 80. Waiting for the Drover (24x40), C. J. McDonough 280 

HUNT, WILLIAM MORRIS: 1824- , American. 

Lawson 91. Curzon^s Mill (10^x16), Wm. Macbeth 200 

HYNEMAN, H. N.; 1848-1907, American. 

Flower, 1912 502. Meditation (20x16), Macdonald Art Galleries 100 

INGHAM. CHARLES C, N. A.; 1796-1863. Irish-American. 

Fischer, 1912 846. Portrait of Robert Fulton (25x20), Mrs. Payne 

Whitney 50 

INNESS, GEORGE. N. A.; 1825-1894. American. 

A. A. A., March 18, 1912 14. Landscape (12x17), M. Knoedler & Co.. 710 

Bonner 69. English Coast— Penzance (20x30^), H. Schultheis 1,100 

(Hiase, 1912 82. Landscape {Syix7H), F. A. Vanderlip 540 

" 130. Shawangunk Mountains (14x21), F. A. Vanderlip.. 1,275 

Clarke's, April 25, 1912 96. Landscape, Ainslie 115 

Fitzgerald c. On the Edge of the Woods 400 

d. Sunset Gleams, Montclair 310 

" e. The Shepherdess 255 

f. The Last Rays 130 

Flower, 1912 510. Landscape (20x30), R. C. & N. M. Vose 4,000 

Kinney-Shawger 46. In the Woods (12x9), H. Schultheis 175 

" 88. The Hunters (12x9), Mrs. Fountain 155 

Lawson 47. Evening Glow (24x18), Holland Art Galleries 625 

130. Showery (20x29), H. Schultheis 1.600 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Coming Storm (16x22) 350 

" b. Landscape (24x28) 530 

IRVING, J. BEAUFAIN; 1826-1877. American. 

Crocker 7. The Reminiscences (10x11 $4). John J. Souney 300 

I. Stem 84. A Mousquetaire (13^x10). John J. Souney 305 

ISABEY. EUGENE LOUIS GABRIEL; 1804-1886, French. 

A. A. A.. April 2, 1912 493. A Scene in Venice when in her Glory 

(13x18). P. H. McMahon 142 

Boury 43. Harbor Scene (9x13). M. Sloog 58 

" 52. The Duel (7j4xl2j4). Alex. Morten 57 

" 56. The Smuggler's Cave (1054xl4J4). W. D. Ellwanger ISO 

Brandus, 1912 111. The Smugglers (15x18). A. Schneider 230 

" 118. The Harbor of Fecamp (35x50). G. Faulhaber... 6.500 

(Hiase, 1912 134. Head of a Woman (21^x16^), Mr. Sterling 120 

Fitzgerald b. Storm on the French Coast 390 

c. A Storm on the Coast 350 

d. An Old French Town 1.525 

" e. The Alchemist 290 

Phila. A. G.. Feb. 16, 1912 a. Hauling in the Net 240 

Yerkes, 1912 88. At the Window (9^x7), Edward Brandus 400 

ISRAELS, ISAAC; Contemporary, Dutch. 

Fischer, 1912 1111. The Little Mother (21x14^), C. Fliermans, Jr... 55 

ISRAELS, JOSEF; 1824-1911, Dutch. 

Bolton 19. Pick-a-Back (w. c. 16x12), Miss C. A. Graham 675 

Fischer. 1912 369. (k>ing to Market (9x1 1 ), C. Fliermans 555 

Leroy Stewart, Phila.. 1912 a. Feeding the Child (37x31) 2,050 

b. Abc and Youth (13x18) 225 

c. Woman Knitting (18x14) 275 

Schaus, 1912 115. Mother and Baby (w. c. 8^x5 H). P. W. Rouss 925 

116. Washing Day (w. c. 12J^x7f4), P. W. Rouss 700 

295. Domestic Trouble (38^x52), Wallis & Son 13,900 

ITALIAN SCHOOL (Early). 

A. A. A., April 2, 1912 502. Holy Family— The Christ Child with the 

Bird (45^x56^), F. W. Kaldenberg's Sons 95 

ITALIAN SCHOOL. 

Ward 782. Fruit Shop (58x90). Bartinett 75 

IWILL, MARIE JOSEPH; 1850- , French. 

B. Stern 40. La Fin du Jour (23^x36), C: J. McDonough 100 

JACOBS, R. 

Murray 20. The Caf^ Chantant (33x42^) 80 

JACOMIN. MARIE FERDINAND: 1845-1902. French. 

Dun-Morton 33. In the Forest Clearing (18x15), Lauer 85 



«t 



PAINTINGS SOLD AT AUCTION 



JACQUE, CHARLES EMI LE; IBIJ 



:b 19, 1912 61. the Bamfard <9xI0M). M. Knoedlec 

Co 

M. Shepbccdcu and Sheep (l3HxlO), 1 

96. ~ ■■-■•--■■. ;■-^-■-.■■ 

Brmdus, 1912 131. ^—, 

Buchanan 19. Poultry (4»x6X). Henry Keinnaiai 

31. Sheep in Stable OS^ilZM), C. L. Sj1««ler 

Crocker 20. Shepherden and Sh«p OSMxlSM). Georie Bnise... 

Dun-Monon 114. Sheep (10x12). M. Knoedler ft Co 

F. A. A. C, March 28. 1912 35. Retummg Home (lSJ4xl3>^), 



Fbeher, 1912 643, The Shwpfold (9^x13), J. G. Henry 

" 672. The Coramg Storm (fijixSM), J. G. Henry 

1097. Chickeni (75ix9), D. G. Dery 

Fitzaerald c. Feeding the Sheep 

" d. Sheep 

*. Watcliins the Flock 

Kinney-Shawnr 49. Roonday Rest (20^1129). Prina Broa 

S:. Sheep on the Border of a Foreit (19x23). E. 



Leroy Stewart, Phfla., 1912 f. Sheep in Stable d 

g. Hock of Sheep (24x34) 

h. Sheen (18x22) 

'^ "uisod. VaUdon » Co 

Flock (26x21K) 

Scbaua 1912 275. Feeding finie~(i8^xi5>^), Boussod^'vVladDn'ai Co! 



..275. Feeding Time (18^xl5>^), Boussod, \ 
..289. The Shepherd (32x25M), A. R. Murra 

Ibuted lo 

p Stable (8x12), J. J. MiVoy, Jr. 



JACQUET, GUSTAVEi 1846-1909, f _. 

Bronder 100. An Intereating C 

Bucbania 16. Young French C 

" 74. Madame Roland 

Flower, 1912 S06. Ideal Head 

Myera lOS, The Hurdy-Gurdiit 

Neweomb 81. Suaanne (oval (5 



Head et 

Sehana, 1912 19r ~' ~' 

Yetkea. 1912 S. 



T«e Citoyen. 
■ • a (5ltl 



TAN.SEN, JOSEPH; 1829- . Dutch. 

■ Leroy Stewart. PhiU., 1912 a. Al[nnt Scenery (47x39) 

JAPY, LOUIS; ISSO- . French 



IS, Cattle at the Pool (26x31). D. a Dery.. 
12 139. Bircbei at Loire, France (20x25 



P. A. A. G.. Marth 29, 1912 139. Birchea at Loire, France (20x2SM). 

J, R. De Lamar 

Kimiey-Shawger 16. Suburba of Granada (21x10), Pnnnetl 

Phila. A. G.. Feb. 16, 1912 Improving (he Moment 

JAZET, P.; Conlemporary. French. 

Myera 100. Le Depart du Reginwnt (40x30M). D- G, Dery 

JEANNIN, GECreCES; Contemporary. French. 

Bronder 5. SUIl Ufe [2SKx32H), E. C. Brown 

JETTEt, EUGENE; 1B4S-1901. Auitrian. 

FlaSer, 1913 678. A Faim in Normandv (17x2SM), O. Fukuihim. 

Gripby 113S. Landacape_^,near j:ayei.x/!3{ix20)^^Theo.^ Helneman 

!ll4o! A Frci 



-.1138. The Waahing Plac: 



" 1140. A French Village (14x24), Theo. Heinunann 

OehnH^ 1912 108. Roadwav in Holland, Evening (33>47), F. M. Reynold! 

Yerke* 1912 54. Cattle DrinkinB (2OMx30Ii). Paul Merach 

66. Landscape (2*^x36), Paul Mertch 

JIMENEZ. LUIS: IS45- . Spaniah. 

A. A. A., Mareh 18, 1912. 32. Huaical Critlci (19»x2SK). S. P. 

Rothachild 

JIMENEZ Y ARANDA^ JOSE; 



46 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

JONES, FRANCIS C, N. A.; 1857- , American. 

Clarke's, March 7. 1912 4. Figures (22x28), H. Schultheis 50 

Fischer, 1912 39. The Proposal <22x32). A. B. Roeder 175 

Kinney-Shawger 21. In the Studio (26x18), H. Schultheis 130 

TONES, H. BOLTON, N. A.; 1848- , American. 

Clarke's, April 25, 1912 82. Lagoon (18x28), A. Heckscher 75 

Fitzgerald a. The Road to the Farm 220 

Flower, 1912 503. New England Landscape (14x20). A. D. Brandeis. . 120 

JONGKIND, JOHANN BARTHOLD; 1829-1891, Dutch. 

Brandus, 1912 109. The Skaters (15x22), L. R. Moore, Jr 150 

Qarke's, April 25, 1912 85. Marine Roscnfield 66 

86. View in Holland (954x13 5/6), W. M. 

Chase 270 

88. Landscape Moore 650 

Schaus, 1912 117. Winter in Holland (w. c. 6x10), Harrison Williams 75 

258. Moonlight on a Canal (13x17), R. M. Coe 1,050 

JORDAENS, JAKOB; 1598-1678, Dutch. 

Brandus, 1912 138. The Family Concert (6j4ft.x4j4ft.), F. R. Johnson 2,100 

JOURDAN, ADOLPH; Contemporary, French. 

Clarke's, March 8, 1912 126. Leda and Swan (66x47), H. G. Brown.. 215 

Dun-Morton 83. Baby Asleep (24^x20j4), H. S. Homer 150 

JUTSUM, HENRY, R. A.; 1816-1869. British. 

Fitzgerald a. Pheasants Feeding 1 30 

KAEMMERER, FREDERICK HENRI; 1839-1902, Dutch. 

Brondcr 72. At Deauville on the Shore (185^x13^4) 75 

Crocker 82. French Wedding Procession (39x64), C. H. Dugro 1,450 

Dun-Morton 24. The Flirtation (23x16), H. Schultheis 140 

40. In the Garden (6x9^), C. M. Levett 50 

94. Going to the Ball (24x16) 700 

Kinney-Shawger 100. The Song (43x26). A. W. Hall 550 

Myers 93. Le Portrait de la Marquise (32x22). D. G. Dery 425 

Oehme, 1912 41. Modiste, Winter Time (18xlOJ4) 75 

B. Stern 46. Ventose (33j4x25^), Martin Beck 230 

103. Pluvoise (43j4x25^), L. L. Firuski 335 

KAHLER, CARL; 1850- , German. 

F. A. A. G.. Jan. 19. 1912 60. Horse's Head (30x25), H. D. G. Rohlfs, 

Jr 60 

" " 104. The Pets of the Stud (38x54). H. D. 

Rohlfs, Jr 121 

KAUFFMAN, ANGELICA; 1741-1807, German-Swiss. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 Cupids (30x48) 270 

Robb 485. Christ and the Magdalen (oval (7x6) 70 

" 486. Dianna and Nymph (oval (7x6) 70 

KAUFFMANN. AUGUST. 

Murray 18. At the Travelling Circus (32x42) 65 

KAUFFMANN, HUGO;" 1868- . German. 

I. Stem 3. The Courtship (8x9}^), D. G. Dery 330 

KAULBACH, HERMANN; 1846- , German. 

Clarke's, April 25, 1912 90. Head (91^x7), Thompson 75 

KAULBACH, FREDERICK AUGUST N^ON; 1850- . German. 

Schaus, 1912 213. Day Dreams (3954x29j4), Theo. Heinemann 750 

KAVEL, MARTIN; Contemporary, French. 

Brandus, 1912 11. Young Lady (29x24), F. Young 190 

" 93. Young Lady (29x23 J^), E. Wagner 250 

Phila. A. G., April 2, 1912 a. Young Lady (29x23)4) 140 

KEITH, WILLIAM; 1839-1911, American. 

A. A. A.. March 18, 1912 27. Landscape (18x24), G. G. Eddy 580 

" March 19, 1912 87. Moonrise (23 f4x28), Louis Katz 575 

" ** 88. Landscape with Sheep (20x30), C. P. 

Byrnes 650 

Crocker 46. The Golden Hour (25x30), Henry Keinhardt 600 

Ward 816. Califomian Landscape (36x72), John Levy 600 

" 831. Mount Shasta (38x72), H. Schultheis 400 

KENSETT, JOHN FREDERICK, N. A.; 1818-1872, American. 

Fischer, 1912 335. A Woodland Cascade (22^x1 7H)i Otto Meyer 80 

KERUT H 

F. a'. A.'G., March 29, 1912 148. The Blacksmith (19xl2j4), M. Fachner 60 

KEVER JOHANN SIMON HENDRIK; 1854- , Dutch. 

A. A. A., March 19, 1912 71. His Lunch (U^xlSH)* Leon Israel... 360 

*' 94. The Lesson (31)^x26), A. Tooth & Sons 900 

Chase, 1912 137. Dutch Interior (22x19). Jacob Straus 255 



PAINTINGS SOLD AT AUCTION 



The Fiihmiun'a Home (21x28). O. Pukuihima. .. 

A Cottage Interior (18x21). G. B. Whwlcr 

Playini MarblM (20H»2«). O- Fukuihima 

). Dutch Interior with Children (19x28^), C. Flici 



ne the Apple Bougfa (26i33>f). Theo 

KEYSEB. THOMAS DE; 1S9S-167V. Dntcb. 

BranduB, 1912 ?S. Portrait of a Noblewoman (31x26), G. Faulhaber. . 

KIESEL, CONBAD; 1846- , German. 

A. A. A., March IB, 1912 45. Easier Song (33x22). Martin Beck 

KING, B. 



lULtr A 1 Kii,r«, rKArii^ i^: lasi- . American. 

F. A. A. G., March 39, 1913 178. A Ronun Treaiwe (60x29), Prim 

Bros. 

Phila. A. G., Feb. 16, 1912 a. Polrxena 

KLEISSCH. EUGENE; Early Nineteenlh Century. German. 

Dun-Morton 110. fn Iht Cabinet (ivory SHxlM), Lawlor 

KLIMSCH. EUGEN: German. 

SchiDs, 1912 6. A Happy Home (w. c. 6 

<». The Baby'« Toiletle (*. 

KLINKENBERG, JOHANNEB C. K.; 1852- , Dutch. 

Grigiby 1122. View of Rottetdam (flxlOM), H. Willis 

^' 1132. Street Scene in The Hague (SxloM). H. Wallii 

Phila. A. G., April 2. 1912 a. Hotlerdam (16(4x20) 

KNAUS. LUDWIG: 1829-1910, German. 

Newcomb 6. Cliild's Head (8^x7!^). Alfred T. While 

KNELLER, SIR GODFREY; 1646.1723, Duich.Enalish. 

Brandna 1912 5. Lord Arthur Cecil Hamilton, K. B. Deraming 

Gold 95. Lady Middleton (38x41H). 1- H. Ford 

KNIGHT, D. RIDGWAY; 1852- . American. 

A. A. A.. March 18, 1912 4. The Flower (Gatherer (w. c. H^ilO^), 

John J. Souney 

Buchanan 72. The Laundress at Pasay (2^x18), C. }. HcDonough.. 

Filzgerahl a. The Listener 

Hyen 26. Peasant Courtship (w. c. 23x18), J. P. Rosenberg 

B. Stem 56. Rain (w. c. 14^x10^). (George Usili 

KNYFF, ALFRED DE; 1819-1885. Belgian. 

BucWan 60. The Low Countriea <l6Hi23^), Hri. Mcginnis 

KOEK-KOEK. BAREND CORNELIS; 1803-1862, Dutch. 

Fitzgerald a. The Road through the Woods 

B. Stem 10. Landicapc (11x15), John F. Harris 

KOKEN, GUSTAV; 1820- , German. 

A. A. A., March 18, 1912 52. The Old Church (29Mx41), Carl Schuster 

KOWALSKI, ALFRED W , Polish. 

Buchanan S6. C H. Schultheis 

Dun-Morton S. ' , H. Schultheis r 

9. 1 OKxIJW), H. Schultheis 

89. .-V ^u.=«.v- ^.,„.iW, w. B. Thompaon 

M<rir 74. Hnnljng (305ix40), A. Jarelsld 

I. Stem 73. Springtime (Jlx40Ji). M. Tanenbaum 

■■ 122. SusaUn Street Scene at Night (18Ux26), D. G. Dery.... 

KRATKE, LOUIS; 1848- .French. 

Brandns, 1912 84. The Charge (24(^x20), K. W. GoxAiai 

KREYDER, ALEXIB; Conlemporarr, French. 

Brooder 83. Slill Life (19<^x24), G. A. Dowden 

LA FARGE, JOHN, N. A.; 183S-1910, American. 

Fukushinu 5J9. Landicipe (20x26), F. R. Katdenberg 

LAGRENEE, FRANCOIS; 17251805, French. 

Brandus, 1912 70. Madame de SI. Aubin (32x26), Mrs. Aniainck 

LAISSMENT, HENRI AD.; Contemporary, Frencb. 

Bronder 92. The Cardinal Avers (24M»29«) 

F. A. A. G., March 29, 1912 138. The Artist Cardinal (22aI8), C. E. 

Snedecor k Co 

Kinney. Shawger 122. The Cardinal (18x14). A. Tooth & Sons 

LAMBERT. LOUIS EUGENE; IB2S-I90O, French. 

Buchanan 39. Cat! (10>jxl3K), A. B. Meyers 



48 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

LAMBINET, EMILE C; 1815-1878, French. 

Chase, 1912 91. Landscape (7Hxl3), Edward C. Blum 130 

Qarke's, March 7, 1912 48. River Scene (10x16), Lawlor 9S 

LAMORINIERE, FRANCOIS: 18281911, Belgian. 

Yerkes, 1912 153. Road through the Woods (52j4x42}4), Edward 

Brandus 300 

LANCON, AUGUSTE; 1836-1885. French. 

Chase, 1912 13. The King of Beasts (11 ^xl6), Mr. Glendenning 70 

LANCRET. NICOLAS; 1690-1743, French. 

Bolton 22. Le Joueur de Flute (lOJ^xMJi) l.OOO 

Brandus, 1912 116. Le Galant Jardinier (36x28), W. C. Mitchell 2,300 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Mademoiselle de la Salle (32x24) 330 

LANGE, JtJLIEN; Contemporary, German. 

Dun-Morton 95. A Scene in the Tyrolese Alps (33x47), Thomas 40O 

LARGILLIERE, NICOLAS DE; 1656-1746, French. 

Bolton 69. Portrait of Madame de Rohan, Duchesse de Chevreuse 

(oval 30x25), James Elverson. Jr 190 

'' 139. Portrait of Catherine II of Russia (27x3 If^), James 

Elverson, Jr 250 

Fischer, 1912 388. Portrait of a Lady (25x21) 350 

LARGILLIERE. SCHOOL OF. 

Flower, 1912 513. Portrait of a French Nobleman (32x25), S. W. Eames 125 

LASTMAN, PETER; 1583-1649. Dutch. Attributed to 

Norton 25. St. Jerome (32x40). Rosenberg 350 

LATENAY, GASTON DE; Contemporary, French. 

Schaus. 1912 222. Near Bordeaux (32x44), Mrs. Steinlitz 70 

LA TOUCHE, GASTON; Contemporary, French. 

Chase, 1912 44. The Green Bath Room (16x13^), H. Spetzel 290 

" 148. A Sympathetic Listener (pastel 28x23), N. A. Groen 225 

" 158. The Masquerade Ball — Grand Opera House, Paris 

(57x57), M. Knoedler & Co 1,52S 

LA TOUR, MAURICE QUENTIN DE; 1704-1788, French. 

Bolton 117. Le Chien Gat^ (oval 21^x19), R. Ederhdmer 250 

LAUGEE, GEORGES; 1853- , French. 

F. A. A. G., March 29, 1912 129. Gleaners Resting (26x32), J. Carpenter 320 

LAWRENCE, SIR THOMAS, P. R. A.; 1769-1830, British. 

Brandus, 1912 35. Miss Howard (38x28), F. A. Lawes 975 

Crocker 50. The Ladies Arundell (41x34), Mr. Latimer 1,500 

F. A. A. G., March 29, 1912 175. Portrait of a Lady (28x23), George 

Carmer 410 

Fischer, 1912 393. Portrait of John Julius Angerstein (50x40) 450 

Forrest 567. Portrait of Miss Crocker (50x40), Brix & Co 1,250 

Hyde 154. Lady Maria Oglander (95x61). Blakeslee Galleries 7,100 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 b. Frances Robinson (24x20) 375 

Phila. A. G., April 2, 1912 a. Miss Elizabeth Carter (30x25) 340 

SUnford 61. Portrait of Richard Parkes Bonington (36^x28), John J. 

Souney 20O 

LEA. ANNA M. (Mrs. Henry Merritt); 1844- , American. 

Ward 803. Portrait of a Lady (56x40), Bartinett 125- 

LEADER. BENJAMIN WILLIAM. R. A.; 1831- , British. 

Buchanan 14. In the Valley (8x12) 210 

Qarke's, April 25, 1912 91. Landscape, A. H. Goldingham.. 160 

LE BLANT, JULIEN; 1851- , French. 

Chase. 1912 69. The Pot Hunter (289^x22H)» F. A. Vanderiip 150 

LEBRET, FRANZ; Contemporary, French. 

Darke's, April 25, 1912 104. Shepherd and Flock (24f^x30), R. C. & 

N. M. Vosc 55 

LEBRUN, CHARLES: 1619-1690, French. 

Robb 517. The Supplicant (48x37^), Mr. Sterling 90 

LE BRUN, ELIZABETH VIG£E; 1755-1842, French. 

Bolton 50. Mademoiselle de St. Aignan (oval 25^x20^), Mr. SUnley 375 

Gold 99. Portrait of a Nobleman (287^x23 H)> E- Stone 375 

Harrison, 1912 12. Portrait of Madame Roland (25^x30), Joseph C. 

Evans, Phila ^ 190 

LEDOUX, M'LLE JEANNE PHILEBERTE; 1767-1840, French. 

Buchanan 55. La Boudeuse (19x15^!$), W. C Thompson 13S 

Fischer, 1912 885. Portrait of her Daughter (29^x24), D. H. Bacon.. 210 

LEDUCQ, JAN; 1638-1685, Dutch. 

Grigsby 1163. The Toilet (19x18). F. Sherman 

LEFEBVRE, JULES JOSEPH; 1834-1912. French. 

Bronder 106. Morning Glories (27^x21), Prinz Bros 47$. 



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PAINTINGS SOLD AT AUCTION 4» 

LEIGH, W. R.; 1866- , American. 

Claricc'i, April 26. 1912 179. In the Yosemlte (22x32), McDonou^ 

Art Galleries 55 

LEIGHTON, SIR FREDERICK; 1830-1S96. British. 

Harrison, 1912 22. Reconciliation of the Houses of Montacue and 

Capiilet (70x92), (Hiarles Hamilton 405 

LELY, SIR PETER; 1617-1680, Dutch-English. 

Bolton 68. Portrait of Princess Marv (oval 30x25). Mr. Stanley 225 

Brandus, 1912 43. Countess of Dorchester (50x40). E. Wagner 600 

F. A. A. G., March 29, 1912 157. Countess of Peterborough (57M{x45), 

Miss L. Wheeler 110 

Gold 110. Portrait of a Lady (50x40), J. W. McKinnon 300 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 b. Duchess of PorUmouth (46x40) 1,200 

" " c Countess of Chesterfield (41x29) 260 

d. Portrait of Nell Gwynn (29^x24)4).. 1,050 

Phala. A. G., April 2, 1912 a. Countess of Dorchester (50x40) 575 

LEMMENS, E. 

Boury 7^. Ducks (3^x6), W. H. Dicks 90 

LEMOYNE, FRANCOIS; 1688-1737, French. 

Gold 73. Portrait of a Udy (51^x38^), E. Stone 275 

LENBACH, FRITZ VON; 1836-1904, German. 

Schaus, 1912 228. Portrait of Bismark (51x39^), Theodore Heinemann 3,600 

LEPINE, STANISLAS; 1836-1892, French. 

Chase, 1912 48. The Seine— Paris (11^x19), A. A. Healy 300 

87. Landscape (5x12^), Henry C. Louis 200 

LE POITTEVIN, EUGENE; 1806-1870. French. 

Fitzgerald a. Approche du Porte 380 

LE PRINCE, J. B.; 1733-1781. French. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Madame de Belle Isle (37$4x26$<) 310 

LEROLLE, HENRI; 1851- , French. 

Fischer, 1912 178. Solitude (29x33), S. C. Hooker : 140 

Schaus, 1912 286. Reapers near Versailles (26x32), W. Ashley De 

Wolfe 350 

LE ROUX. HECTOR; 1829-1900. French. 

Dun-Morton 93. The Vestal Virgin (31x19). H, Schultheis 100 

Newcomb 79. Sleeping Vestal (55x27^). Mrs. B. C. Collins 325 

LE SIDANER. HENRI E.; 1862- . French. 

Brandus. 1912 64. Harbor of St. Jean (29^x37). E. F. Seymour 620 

" 129. Gray Palace at Venice (36x48), E. Roux 575 

LESREL, ADOLPHE ALEXANDRE; 1830- . French. 

A. A. A., March 18, 1912 17. Cavalier Smoking (17xllH), Edward C. 

Blum 100 

Yerkes. 1912 14. Trying his Weapons (13x9^). H. Schultheis 140 

71. After the Chase (25j4x33), H. Schultheis 550 

LE SUIRE, H. VON; 1861- , German. 

Chase, 1912 72. Spring Landscape (29Hx37^). J. W. McKinnon 230 

LEUTZE, EMANUEL; 1816-1868. American. 

Harrison, 1912 3. The Wood Nymph (57x42) 95 

Robb 515. A Spanish Lady (50x36). Donn Barber 190 

LEUW. GABRIEL (LEONE); 1643-1688, Dutch. 

Spence a. (joats. Sheep and Shepherd (51x61) 55 

b. Goats, Sheep and Shepherd (60x80) 57 

" c. .Shepherd and Herd (60x80) 50 

LEVIS, MAURICE: Contemporary. French. 

A. A. A., March 18, 1912 2. Septembre aux Andelys (7x9^), Rudolf 

Seckel 75 

March 19, 1912 54. La Seine pres du Petit Andelys (7x9>i), 

Rudolf Seckel 70 

LfiVY, EMILE: 1826- . French. 

A. A. A.. March 18, 1912 48. At the Pool (3054x39), R. T. Wilson.... 160 

March 19, 1912 104 Caligula Oflfering himself for the Ador- 
ation of his People (49^x39^4). Will- 
iam S. Hughes 400 

LEWIS, J.: 1805-1876, British. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Portrait of a Lady (49x39) 260 

LEYENDECKER, FRANK; 1877- , American. 

Dun-Morton 98. A Presentation at the Home of M. de Talien (21^4x26). 

Lawlor 100 

L'HERMITTE, LEON AUGUSTIN; 1844- . French. 

Buchanan 50. A Village Street (pastel 1154x16). Miss C. A. Graham. 425 

Fischer. 1912 348. In the Harvest Field (16x22), Harrison Williams.. 260 



PAINTINGS SOLD AT AUCTION 4» 

LEIGH, W. R.; 1866- , American. 

Clarke's, April 26, 1912 179. In the Yosemite (22x32), McDonoy^ 

Art Galleries 55 

LEIGHTON, SIR FREDERICK; 18301896, British. 

Harrison, 1912 22. Reconciliation of the Houses of Montague and 

Capulet (70x92), (diaries Hamtlton. ... 405 

LELY, SIR PETER; 1617-1680, Dutch-English. 

Bolton 68. Portrait of Princess Marv (oval 30x25), Mr. Stanley 22S 

Brandus, 1912 43. Countess of Dorchester (50x40), E. Wagner 600 

F. A. A. G., March 29, 1912 157. Countess of Peterborough (57$<x45), 

Miss L. Wheeler 110 

Gold 110. Portrait of a Lady (50x40), J. W. McKinnon 300 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 b. Duchess of Portsmouth (46x40) 1,200 

" c. Countess of Chesterfield (41x29) 260 

d. Portrait of Nell Gwynn (29$<x24$4). . 1,050 

Phila. A. G., April 2, 1912 a. Countess of Dorchester (50x40) 575 

LEMMENS, E. 

Boury 7^ Ducks (3^x6). W. H. Dicks 90 

LEMOYNE, FRANCOIS; 1688-1737, French. 

Gold 73. Portrait of a Lady (51 ^x38K), E. Stone 275 

LENBACH, FRITZ VON; 18361904, German. 

Schaus, 1912 228. Portrait of Bismark (51x39^), Theodore Heinemann 3,600 

LEPINE, STANISLAS; 1836-1892, French. 

Chase, 1912 48. The Seine— Paris (1154x19). A. A. Healy 300 

" 87. Landscape (5x12^), Henry C. Louis 200 

LE POITTEVIN, EUGENE; 1806-1870, French. 

Fitzgerald a. Approche du Porte 380 

LE PRINCE, J. B.; 1733-1781. French. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila.. 1912 a. Madame de Belle Isle (37^x26^).... 310 

LEROLLE, HENRI; 1851- , French. 

Fischer, 1912 178. Solitude (29x33), S. C. Hooker.....' 140 

Schaus, 1912 286. Reapers near Versailles (26x32), W. Ashley De 

Wolfe 350 

LE ROUX, HECTOR; 18291900, French. 

Dun-Morton 93. The Vestal Virnn (31x19), H. Schultheis 100 

Newcomb 79. Sleeping Vestal (55x27^), Mrs. B. C. Collins 325 

LE SIDANER, HENRI E.; 1862- . French. 

Brandus, 1912 64. Harbor of St. Jean (29^x37), E. F. Seymour 620 

" 129. Gray Palace at Venice (36x48), E. Roux 575 

LESREL, ADOLPHE ALEXANDRE; 1830- , French. 

A. A. A., March 18, 1912 17. Cavalier Smoking (17x11^), Edward C 

Blum 100 

Yerkes, 1912 14. Trying his Weapons (13x9j4), H. Schultheis 140 

71. After the Chase (25^x33), H. Schultheis 550 

LE SUIRE, H. VON; 1861- , German. 

(Hiase, 1912 72. Spring Landscape (29^x37^), J. W. McKinnon 230 

LEUTZE, EMANUEL; 1816-1868. American. 

Harrison, 1912 3. The Wood Nymph (57x42) 95 

Robb 515. A Spanish Lady (50x36), Donn Barber 190 

LEUW. GABRIEL (LEONE); 1643-1688, Dutch. 

Spcnce a. Goats, Sheep and Shepherd (51x61) 55 

b. Goats, Sheep and Shepherd (60x80) 57 

" c. Shepherd and Herd (60x80) 50 

LEVIS, MAURICE: Contemporary, French. 

A. A. A.. March 18, 1912 2. Septembre aux Andelys (7x9^), Rudolf 

Seckel 75 

March 19, 1912 54. La Seine pres du Petit Andelys (7x9>i), 

Rudolf Seckel 70 

LfiVY, EMILE; 1826- , French. 

A. A. A., March 18, 1912 48. At the Pool (30^x39;, R. T. Wilson 160 

" March 19, 1912 104 Caligula Offering himself for the Ador- 
ation of his People (49>^x39^), Will- 
iam S. Hughes 400 

LEWIS, J.: 1805-1876, British. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Portrait of a Lady (49x39) 260 

LEYENDECKER, FRANK; 1877- , American. 

Dun-Morton 98. A Presentation at the Home of M. de Talien (21 34x26), 

Lawlor 100 

L'HERMITTE, LEON AUGUSTIN; 1844- . French. 

Buchanan 50. A Village Street (pastel 11^x16), Miss C. A. Graham. 425 

Fischer, 1912 348. In the Harvest Field (16x22), Harrison Williams.. 260 



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AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 



L'HERMITTE, LEON AUGUSTIN— (Continued). 

Fisch-^r, 1918 670. The Old Gardener (17x14), T. G. Henry 

B. Stem 66. Dans les Champs (12xl7H)r Otto Meyer 

" 78. Lace Makers of the Vosges (lSx20H), M. Knoedler & Co. 

Schaus, 1912 292. The Reaper's Lunch (33x43^), A. R. Murray 

LINFORD, CHARLES; American. 

Brandus. 1912 73. Landscape (18x24), J. D. Waring 

Phila. A. G., April 2, 1912 a. Landscape (18x24) 

LIPPI, LORENZO; 16061664, Itolian. 

Spence a. The Fortune Tellers (34x43^) 

LOEB. LOUIS. N. A.: 1866-1909, American. 

Bonner 68. Miranda (28x24), William T. Evans 

LOIR, LUIGI; 1825- , French. 

Schaus, 1912 156. A Paris Street — Evening, Boussod-Valadon 

& Co 

" 238. Bois de Boulogne (16^x13). Theodore Heinemann. . 

B. Stem 23. Place de la Republique (15x24), M. Knoedler & Co 

LOMBARDE, "DOMINICI. 

Spence a. Women, Children and Gk>at (68x92) 

LOMI. ALLESANDRO; 1655*1702, lUlian. 

Spence a. St. John's Vision of Jesus (45x57) 

LOPEZ, VICENTE; 1772-1850, Spanish. 

Brandus, 1912 36. The Garland of Flowers (36x28), E. Boross 

LORING, FRANCIS WILLIAM. 

Robb 494. Shepherd Boy (25x18), G. Livingston 

LORRAIN, CLAUDE; 1600-1682, French. 

Bolton 35. Classic Landscape- (15^x18^), W. F. Fenton 

LOUSTAUNAU, LOUIS AUGUSTE GEORGES; 1846- . French. 

Buchanan 75. Eau Bteite (2854 x21 J4 ). Percy G. Williams 

LUBEN, A.; 1837- , Russian. 

F. A. A. G., Jan. 19, 1912 43. Enjoying himself (31^x23). H. 

Kertscher 

LUCY, CHARLES; 1814-1873, British. 

Harrison 20. Last Interview of Lord and Lady William Russell 

(75j4xll4) 

LUMINAIS, EVARISTE VITALL; 1821-1896, French. 

Buchanan 71. The Reluctant Bather (21^^x18^). Percy G. Williams.. 

LYNCH, ALBERT; 1851- , Peruvian. 

Buchanan 3. Portrait of a Lady (9>{x5^ ), A. M. FuIIman 

Schaus, 1912 243. The Black Nightingale (169^x14), J. C. Evans 

H. D. M. 

F. A. A. G., Jan. 19, 1912 12. Scene on Lake Champlain (25x44), J. 

C. Evans 

MABUSE ,TAN VAN; 1470-1541. Flemish. 

Lcroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 The Betrothal 

MADRAZCX RAIMUNDO DE; 1841- , Spanish. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Young Lady (29x22) 

b. Vanity (36x29) 

MAES, E. RENE; Contemporary, Belgian. 

Bronder 6. The Barnyard (Ilxl4j4), M. Sloog 



MAES, E. R., and J. PORTIELJE. 

Murray 25. Feeding Poultry (33x26) ; 

^''^^^» J* ^* * Contemporary, American. 

Fitzgerald a. The Edge of the Woods 

MAKART, HANS; 1840-1884, Hungarian. 

Chase, 1912 160. A Midsummer Night's Dream (73x112), M. Knoedler 

& Co 

MANCINI, ANTONIO; 1852- . Italian. 

Chase. 1912 48. Head of a Young Giri (21^^x15), Mr. Sterling 

" 89. Italian Boy (Ilf4x7^), A. Olivotti Co 

' 146. St. Peter's Palace, Rome (30x23^), Irving R. Wiles 

MANCONE, P.; Italian, 

A. A. A., March 18, 1912 51. A Woodland (38x30), Andrew M. Davis 

MANET. EDOUARD; 1832-1883, French. 

Chase, 1912 60. The Old Boat (16x25), F. A. Vanderlip 

MANN, PARKER; 1852- . American. 

Fitzgerald a. The Swamp Fields 

MANTELLI. 

Spence a. Rape of the Sabines (37V^x51) 



S7S 

575 

6S0 

11,500 

250 
115 

60 

950 

80 

90 
125 

80 

6S 

70 

100 

200 

210 

90 

145 

210 

400 
200 

175 

260 

245 
190 

57 

130 
50 

500 

220 
255 
260 

60 
625 

90 
100 



PAINTINGS SOLD AT AUCTION 51 

MARCHETTI, LUDOVICO; Contemporary, Italian. 

A. A. Am March 18, 1912 5. A Cavalier (12^^x9^), Herman Aaron.. 80 

MARCIUS-SIMONS, PINCKNEY; 1867-1909, American. 

Kinney-Shawger 127. Court Scandal (28x53), W. Donovan 270 

Schaus, 1912 216. Sunday Morning, Maison Lafitte (21x36), John J. 

Souney 130 

MARGOT, E. 

Ward 770. A Sea Nymph (60x30), Miss Butler 60 

MARIAS, ADOLPHE; Dutch. 

F. A. A. G., March 29, 1912 143. Cattle in Normandy (26x32), Mrs. 

Schneider 500 

MARIESCHI, TACOPO; 1711-1794. lUlian. 

Brandus, 1912 122. Ducal Palace— Venice (26x36), Mrs. C. Rumsey.. 370 

MARIS, JACOB; 1838-1899, Dutch. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 b. Landscape and Cattle (18x25) 400 

Phtla. A. G., April 2. 1912 a. Ploughing (11x18) 200 

Schaus, 1912 119. A View in Delft (w. c. 13^x159^), M. Knoedler 

& Co 1,150 

260. A "Pink'* on Shore at Scheveningen (19x16), M. 

Knoedler & Co 3,400 

MARIS, WILLEM; 1844-1910, Dutch. 

Chase, 1912 86. In Holland (59^x12^). W. H. Crittenden 210 

Leroy Stewart. Phila., 1912 a. Landscape (15x21) 360 

Schaus, 1912 135. Ducks and Ducklings (w. c. 14MEx23^), M. Knoedler 

& Co 710 

256. Pasture and Cows (10x12$^), M. Knoedler & Co,. 1,675 

259. Goose and Goslings (18^x14), J. William Qark.. 2,900 

MARNE, JEAN LOUIS DE; 1754-1829, French. 

Robb 501. Arrival of the Diligence (20x24) 350 

MARSH, F. DANA; 1872- , American. 

Clarke's, March 7, 1912 41. King's Daughter's Morning Walk 

(22^x29^), E. C. Brown 195 

MARTIN, HOMER D., N. A.; 1836-1897, American. 

F. A. A. G., March 29, 1912 154. Landscape (12x20), S. Andrews 55 

Lawson 43. Misty Morning on an Adirondack Lake (16^4x24) 1,100 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Beach near Newport (15x24) 55 

MASTENBROEK, JOHAN HENDRIK VAN; 1875- , Dutch. 

Anderson's, May 16, 1912 342. A Rotterdam Canal (21x15), J. O. 

McDermott 105 

Fischer, 1912 1112. A Holland Street Scene (12^x19) 50 

Schaus, 1912 118. View in Rotterdam (w. c. 14x11), Mrs. Glendenning 55 

125. A Wharfside (w. c. 13^x21^), Charles F. Droste. . 65 

" 134. Sunset (w. c. 19x28}4), Cliarles F. Droste 70 

" 137. Morning Frost (19^x28^), L. Laflin Kellogg 90 

MATHIEU. GABRIEL; Contemporary, French. 

F. A. A. G., March 28, 1912 72. On the Banks of the Marne, France 

(19x28), J. D. J. Kelley 65 

MATHON. E. 

Chase, 1912 1. Les Chantiers de Cateaun 4 Dieppe (7$<xl2^), B. 

Williams 60 

MAURER, ALFRED H.: 1868- , American. 

Chase, 1912 142. CttU Scene, Latin Quarter (24x20) 130 

159. The Rendezvous (36>^x32). Roy C. Megargel 175 

MAUVE. ANTON; 1838-1888, Dutch. 

A. A. A., March 19, 1912 77. Coming from Pasture (w. c. 139^x20), 

M. Knoedler & Co 950 

Bolton 33. Qose of Day (w. c 13x18), M. B. Philtpp. 530 

Chase, 1912 5. Cows under Trees— Study (5^x9^).^ F. A. Vanderltp. 140 

9. Landscape with Cows (10>^xl3m, M. C. Migel 600 

101. Giri Knitting (ISj^xlOH). H. E. Stoehr 430 

" 114. Sheep (12x15), Holland Art Galleries 400 

Fischer, 1912 674. Holland Landscape (a sketch 5^x9), C. Fliermans, 

Jr 150 

Flower, 1912 516. The Plough Horses Resting (17x29), Henry Babcock 1.500 

Leroy Stewart, Phila.. 1912 b. Sheep (14x16) 350 

Phila. A. G., Feb. 16, 1912 a. Driving Home the Sheep 380 

MAX GABRIEL; 1840- , Austrian. 



Dun-Morton 101. An Ideal Head (UxlOH). H. Schultheis 310 

Schaus. 1912 247. Susanne (19x15^), Charles H. Traiser 470 

L Stem 34. Girl's Head (20x16^), D. G. Dery 27S 



MAY. EDWARD H.; 1824-1887 ^American. 

Harrison, 1912 14. Lady Jane Gray as She Goes to Execution (59x80) 70 



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McCORD, GEORGE H.; 1848-1909. American. 

Clarke's, April 36, 1912 180. Marine (25x30). McDonough Art Galleries 80 

Fischer, 1912 38. The Village Church by Moonlight l30x2S), A. B. 

Roeder 115 

MEILSNER, ERNST. 

F. A. A. G., Jan. 19, 1912 1. Cows Coming Home (34x28), Holland 

Art Galleries 60 

MEI8EL, ERNST: 1838-1895, German. 

F. A. A. G., March 29, 1912 150. The Ring (25^x31), Mrs. J. B. Qews 310 

MEISSONIER, JEAN LOUIS ERNEST; 1815-1891, French. 

Bourv 66. Man Seated (4^x3^). E. F. Bonaventure 53 

Dun-Morton 100. The Armorer (21^x16^) 230 

Fitzgerald a. The Philosopher 1,9S0 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 b. A Vidette (8x9]4) 390 

Schaus, 1912 248. Toueur de Boules, Antibes (5^x4). W. J. Curtis... 3S# 

*' 249. La Vlelle Femme Fileuse. Antibes (7x5), J. C. Evans 300 

" 253. Esquisse d'une Troupe (5x8), L. Laflm Kellogg... 550 

MESDAG, HENDRIK WILLEM; 1831- .Dutch. 

Chase, 1913 53. Marine (18x15), Harrison Williams 525 

Fischer, 1912 680. Fishing Boats at Scheveningen (19x31), S. B. 

Luyster, Jr 225 

MEBGRIGNY, FRANK DE; 1836-1884, French. 

A. A. A., March 18, 1912 11. A Port (12;4xl8H)» S. F. RothschUd.. 160 

Myers 19. By the River (13x22), G. G. Eddy 230 

MESLE, J.; ? -1010, French. 

Brandus, 1912 42. A French Village (21x25), P. BuUer 250 

78. Clam Fishing (28x34), G. Faulhaber 450 



Bolton.. 156^ The Music Le8son_(12j^xl0^, F. E. Haight 210 

D< ' ' " 



METSU, GABRIEL; 1630-1667. Dutch. 

Bolton 1 56. The Music Less 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. The Game Dealer (18x12) 375 

METTLING, LOUIS; 1847- , French. 

(Hiase, 1912 29. Weary of Spinning (13fixl0>^), S. F. Rothschild 150 

73. Still Life— Fruit (25^x39><), S. Fielding 390 

" 102. The Pottery Merchant (12j4xl6), J, W. McKinnon.. 175 

126. Comfort of the Scriptures (18fixl2f^), Cliarles A. 

Walker 225 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Flowers (16x13) 130 

MEULEN, FRANCOIS PIETER (1843- , Dutch. 

Schaus, 1912 138. A Shepherdess (w. c. 27)^x21), L. Laflin Kellogg.. 420 

MEUNIER, JULES ALEXIS; Contemporary, French. 

Chase, 1912 42. Twilight— A French Village (18x15), John J. Souney.. 280 

Schaus, 1912 154. Fishermen on the Edge of the Quay (6x9^4), Miss 

C. A. Graham 170 

MEYER, CLAUS; 1856- , German. 

Dun-Morton 37. Cavalier Regaling (8^x12), H. Schultheis 210 

Schaus, 1912 196. The Letter (2554x2054). Theodore Heincmann 575 

240. The Student (IS J^x 13 Ji), Theodore Heinemann 250 

MEYER, EMILE; Contemporary, French. 

Kinncy-Shawger 114. L'Aucateur (llxSJ^). A. Tooth & Sons 150 

Schaus, 1912 67. Birds of Prey (tan shape w. c. 12x24), Mrs. F. F. 

Thompson 55 

MEYERHOFF, CARL. 

Dun-Morton 90. Evening in Brittany (25x39), Kingman 130 

MEYER VON BREMEN, TOHANN GEORG; 1813-1886, German. 

A. A. A., March 19, 1912 76. Flower Giri (21^x14}^), D. G. Dery. . 925 

Bronder 98. Mother and Child (10x8), L. L. Firuski 410 

Dun-Morton 103. The Letter (21 54x16), D. G. Dery 1,650 

I. Stern 104. Blindman's Buff (20x16), D. G. Dery 1,200 

MICHEL. FRANCOIS EMILE; 1828-1909, French. 

Dun-Morton 75. The Forest in April (44x59), H. S. Homer. 



250 



MICHEL, GEORGES; 1763-1843, French. 

Buchanan 4. The Horseman (7] 

" 7. Landscape (754x9|4). Mr! Glendenning 75 

15. The Windmill (8J4xllj4), C. W. Kraushaar ISO 

Chase, 1912 22. Landscape (9^x12)^), John Watson 140 



15. The Windmill (8j4xllV4), C. W. Kraushaar ISO 

22. Landscape (9^x12)^), John Watson 

,68. Over the Great Moors (20^x32), Col. Robert B. 



Woodward 1,150 

Clarke's, April 26, 1912 213. Near Montmarte (38x50) 550 

Schaus, 1912 184. An Old Oak (24x19), Frederick Layton 3IO 

MIEL, TAN; 1599-1664, Flemish. 

Gold 111. The Horse Market (32x48), F. F. Sherman 215 



PAINTINGS SOLD AT AUCTION 63 

MIEREVELT, MICHEL TANSZEN VAN; 1567-1641, Dutch. . 

Brandus, 1912 4$. D»me Corndius V^ Hooft (46x40). C. S. Duraad. 2,700 

" 52. Portrait of a Yoiinf Woman (45x33). C. D. Johaioti 305 

Hyde 147. A Burgomeister (29x24^), Blakeslee C^alleriei 2,100 

^* 148. Madame Vallier (39^x34^) 650 

MIGNARD, PIERRE; 1610-1695, French. 

Grigsby 1137. Portrait of a Lady as Diana (28x23), A. L. Biedler 290 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Maria Theresa (50x40) 400 

MIGNARD, PIERRE; Attributed to 

Fischer, 1912 893. Portrait of a Court Lady (50x40), F. J. Newcomb.. 55 

MILANI, GIUSEPPE MARIA; 1678- , lUlian. 

Spence a. Architectural Piece (33it46) 50 

MILLER, CHARLES H.. N. A.; 1842- ^American. 

aarke's, March 8, 1912 HI. A Cloudy Day (14x20), Lawlor S2 

Dun-Morton 23. The Rising Moon (10x20), A. Hedcscher 75 

MILLER, R. E.; 1875- , American. 

Kinney-Shawger 27. A Shady Spot (22x30), Moulton & Ricketts 100 

MILLET, JEAN FRANCOIS; 1814-1875, French. 

Buchanan 24. Woman Churning (pastel 10x6), P. Berolzheimer 520 

.25. The Baker (10i4x8><>, Mr. Sinclair 620 

26. Nymph and (Tupid (12^x7)^). Mr. Sinclair 510 

Dun-Morton 119. Breton Peasant Dryins (Hothes (14^x11) 1 5,000 

Kinney-Shawger 128. Shepherdess and Sheep (36x47), H. Schultheis.. 1,250 

MILLET, F. D., N. A.: 1846-1912, American. 

Flower, 1912 507. Michaelmas Daisies (19x24), Holland Art Galleries. 70 

MINOR, ROBERT C. N. A.; 1840-1904, American. 

A. A. A., March 19, 1912 57. Sundown (12x16), E. P. Earle 720 

Lawson 83. Landscape (7^x9^). E. P. Earle 210 

" 131. Waterford (22x30), C. Weinberg 560 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Landscape (18x24) 390 

MOELLER, LOUIS, N. A.; 1855- . American. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 Old Woman (50x36) 200 

MOLENAER. JAN MIENZE; 1610-1668. Dutch. 

(;old 54. Tavern Scene (37>!ix46K), H. Dorley 50 

MOLKENBOER, ANT.; Dutch. 

Schaus, 1912 186. A City Garden (24x18), Henry Steers 70 

MONCHABLON, JAN; 1854-1904, French. 

Bronder 37. Clear Skies (18x24), Prinz Bros 355 

Dun-Morton 36. The Old Mill (10^x14), Lanthier's 400 

F. A. A. G.. Feb. 28, 1912 146. A Glimpse of the Village of Fresnes 

(14x11), A. C. Zabriskie 240 

Fischer, 1912 684. Sunshine and Rose on the Valley near Chatillons 

(1714x24), J. G. Henry 240 

Kinney-Shawger 56. Vue Prise de Sidi Aia, Algeria (18x24), Prinz Bros. 170 

" 126. Les Vernes La Montague 800 

Schaus, 1912 267. Vue de Chatillons, Vosges (15x22), Stollberg ft Little 300 

MONET, CLAUDE; 1840- , French. 

Bonner 36, Les Jardins de I'lnfante (36^x24), Durand-Ruel 4,100 

.37. Near Vernon (28^x36 J4), Durand-Ruel 2,000 

Grigsby 1154. Highlands on the French Coast (23^x28^), Durand-Ruel 4,900 

MONNOYER, J. P.; 1635-1699, French. 

Forrest 564. Flowers in a Blue and White Vase (35x36), S. 8. Prince. 200 

MONTEVERDE, LUCA; Italian. 

Yerkes, 1912 27. Capri (12J4x20H), J- B. Wilbur 105 

MONTICELLI, ADOLPHE: 18241886, French. 

CHiase, 1912 14. Figures and Color (7><xl0), John Quinn 240 

16. Harmony in Yellow (13x8), F. A. Vandcrlip 290 

66. Autumn Landscape (27^x20), F. A. Vanderlip 400 

93. Three Girls (12>4x8), John Quinn 400 

124. A F4te (13^x19^), Meredith Hare 510 

144. A Picnic Party (18x26), Meredith Hare 1,125 

Fischer, 1912 669. A Garden Party (15x20), O. Fukushima 300 

677. Landscape with Figures (15^x22^4), Cottier ft Co. 150 

MOORE, ALBERT; 1840-1892, British. 

Chase, 1912 94. Courtship (12x10), F. A. Vanderlip 150 

MOORE, H. HUMPHREY: 1844- , American. 

A. A. A., March 19, 1912 74. A Moorish Guard (20$<xl2$<). Mrs. C. 

A. Davis 160 

Crocker 80. A Spanish Courtyard (28x43>^), Henry Reinhardt 275 

Ochme, 1912 46. Giri with Tambourine (30^x23), Holland Art Galleries 50 

Schaus, 1912 165. The Fortune Teller (14x10), John J. Souney 120 



54 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

MORAGAS, T.; Italian. 

Buchanan 76. Fish Market (28^x20^), C. V. Seward 125 

MORAN, EDWARD; 1829-1901. American. 

Bronder^ 22. Evening Shadows (12x24), M. Sloog 85 

F. A. A. G., March 29, 1912 106. Sunset, Marine (14x18), J. Carpenter 53 

Fitzgerald a. Gypsy Camp 70 

^* b. Under Full Sail 130 

Kinney-Shawger 42. The Sea, Evening (20x30), Miss Michael 200 

MORAN, PETER; 1841- , American. 

Fitzgerald. .... .a. Plowing 70 

MORAN, THOMAS, N. A.; 1837- , American. 

Fitzgerald a. The Approaching Storm 640 

Lawson 138. Near Southampton (30x40) 2,000 

MOREAU, CHARLES; 1830- , French. 

Buchanan 53. The Difficult Grandson (18^x15) 180 

MOREELSE, PAULUS; 1571-1638, Dutch. 

Hyde 62. A Dutch Lady (44x34), F. A. Vanderiip 850 

MORELAND, GEORGE: 1763-1804, British. 

Buchanan 43. The Donkey (13^x16^) • 290 

F. A. A. G., Jan. 19, 1912 30. The Pigstye (16x21). J. C. Evans 105 

Fischer, 1912 360. The Smugglers' Cave (17^x23^), Otto Meyer.... 85 

Graves 349. Landscape with Goats (10x12), G. B. Wheeler 55 

" 357. Portrait of himself (12j4xl9j4). G. B. Wheeler 90 

Phila. A. G., May 27. 1912 a. Dogs Fighting 60 

MORRICE, TAMES WILSON; British. 

(Hiase, 1912 76. La CJommuniante (32x46) 630 

MOSLER. HENRY; 1841- , American. 

Brandus, 1912 47. Mother and Child (28x22), C. E. Snedecor 225 

F. A. A. G., March 29, 1912 158. The Toilet (39x28), Mrs. J. B. Qews 255 

Kinney-Shawger 48. The Faggot Gatherer (12^x9) 120 

94. Cinderella (20x14) 195 

Schaus, 1912 174. Haymaker (22x1554), P. W. Rouss 210 

MUHRMAN, HENRY; 1854- . American. 

Chase, 1912 153. Kew Bridge (24x36^), B. Williams 210 

MULLER, CHARLES LOUIS; 1815-1892. French. 

Kinney-Shawger 105. Glory of Venice (14x24), H. A. Smythe Martin 65 

MULREADY, WILLIAM; 1786-1863, British. 

Buchanan 41. A Bit of Old England (10^^x16), Mrs. McGinnis 230 

MUNIER, EMILE; Contemporanr, French. 

Dun-Morton 54. The Awakening (18x21), Kingman 270 

MUI90Z, SEBASTIAN; 1654-1690, Spanish. Attributed to 

Norton 29. Immaculate Conception (54x34), Rosenberg 65 

MURA, FRANK; Contemporary. American. 

Chase, 1912 31. The Little Shepherdess (8^^x14^). Mr. Glendenning. 100 

43. The White Calf (14x21), Mr. Sterling 120 

MURILLO, BARTOLOM£ ESTEBAN; 1618-1682, Spanish. 

Bolton 18. St. John with the Lamb (diameter 11 in.). Wm. B. 

Thompson 160 

F. A. A. G., March 29, 1912 184. A Painting, S. Leopold. . . 140 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. St. Rose (35x29) 575 

MURILLO; Attributed to 

Norton 21. St Francis Borgia (29^x22), Rosenberg . 50 

" 33. St Barbara and St Stanislas (38x72 !4), Rosenberg 65 

" 34. Madonna and St Casimere (51x72^), Rosenberg 125 

MURPHY, J. FRANCIS, N. A.; 1853- , American. 

Lawson 29. Near Arkville (12^x16), M. Knoedler & Co 800 

102. Autumnal Evening (14x19), W. Stursberg 1,700 

** 109. September Afternoon (14x19). A. H. Cosden 1,375 

MURRAY, DAVID; 1849- , British-Scotch. 

A. A. A., March 19, 1912 68. Summer (12x18), J. O. McDermott 120 

MUSSCHER, MICHIEL VAN: 1645-1705, Dutch. 

Balbach 18. Portrait of a Lady and her Daughter (30x26), H. S. Ladew 80 

MYTENS, DANIEL VAN; 1590-1656, Flemish. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Portrait of Maria Theresa (oval) 61 

NANCHEZ, R. 

Fitzgerald a. The Old Beau 280 

NA8MYTH, ALEXANDER; 1787-1814. British. 

Buchanan 42. A View of Edinburgh Castle (1154x16), Mrs, McGinnis 320 

NASMYTH, PATRICK; 1787-1831, British. 

Robb 504. Landscape (25x37), James Elverson, Jr 230 



PAINTINGS SOLD AT AUCTION 5o 

NATOIRE, CHARLES JOSEPH; 1700-1777, French. 

Bolton 78. Le Triomphe d'Amour (31)^x61), Mrs. G. Johns 575 

" 151. L' Amour Vaincu (32x60^), Mrs. G. Johns 575 

Brandus, 1912 68. Madame de Julienne (29x23), E. K. Stallo 225 

NATTIER. JEAN MARC; 1685-1766, French. 

Bolton 152. Portrait of la Comtesse de Parabire (53x39^), J. R. De 

Lamar 5,100 

Flower, 1912 515. Portrait of Countess Caylus (28^x23^). Charles 

E. Hergman ISS 

Grigsby 1171. La Marquise de Marigny de Menars (37x31), Mrs. M. 

Buehl 360 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Madame de Chateauroux (36x28) 325 

NATTIER, J. M. (After). 

Oehme, 1912 50. Madame Sophie, Daughter of Louis XV (32x25^), 

J. H. Strauss 65 

NATTIER. SCHOOL OF; French. 

Fischer, 1912 381. Portrait of a Lady (40x34^), Eugene Boross 105 

889. A Court Lady of the Time of Louis XV (23x26), 

A. H. Durbur 60 

NEAGLE, JOHN; 17991865. American. 

Fitzgerald a. Judge 255 

NEER, EGLON HENDRIK VAN DER; 1643-1703, Dutch. 

Crocker 56. Portrait of a Young Man (13^x11^4), Mrs. Glendenning 175 

NETSCHER, GASPAR; 1639-1684, Dutch. 

Bolton 52. Portrait of Admiral Comtliw De Witt (20x24^), Mr. 

Glendenning 150 

Brandus. 1912 .48. Portrait of a Lady (45x33), A. Gans 150 

Phila. A. G., April 2, 1912 a. Portrait of a Young Girl (36x26) 230 

NEUBERT, LOUIS; 1846-1892, German. 

Schaus, 1912 205. Near Marseilles (16x31^). Mrs. SteinUtz SO 

NEUVILLE. BRUNET; French. 

Clarke's. March 8, 1912 117. Playful Kittens (22x26), Lawlor 52 

NEWMAN, FRITZ. 

Mrs. L. C. Weir 468. A Painting, Mrs. Gray 150 

NEWMAN, ROBERT L.: 1827-1912. American. 

Grigsby 1 128. Woman and Baby (10x7), W. C. Thompson 5S 

Lawson 11. Girl in Red (13x9), David Belasco 105 

NICOL, ERSKINE; 1825-1904, British-Scotch. 

Newcomb 62. Bachelor Life (17^x239^), Mrs. J. A. Brown 850 

NICOLL. J. C, N. A.; 1846- , American. 

Dun-Morton 28. Seascape (14x24), H. B. Roelker 60 

Kinney-Shawger 125. Sea and Spray (18x24), M. F. Hammond 50 

NITTIS, GIUSEPPE DE; 1846-1884, Italian. 

Chase, 1912 3. Winter (4x5j4) 130 

NOBLE. R.; Contemporary, American. 

Fischer, 1912 699. A Bavarian Farm Scene (36x66), O. Fukushima.. 125 

NORTON. WILLIAM; 1843- , American. 

Bronder 12. Watching the Gathering Storm (23x30), L. L. Firuski.. 200 

NOZAL, ALEXANDRE: 1852- , French. 

Schaus, 1912 199. Spring Landscape (20x26), J. O. McDermott 70 

NUSBERING, M.; Contemporary. Dutch. 

Fischer, 1912 1093. A City Street Scene (18^x20^), C. Fliermans 52 

OFFERMANS, TONY; 1854-1911. Dutch. 

Fischer, 1912 1117. Dutch Interior with Figures (22^x16), H. 

Schultheis 55 

Kinney-Shawger 92. Off to the Fields (27^x20), H. Schultheis 200 

OLTMAN, K. 

Fitzgerald a. Crossing the Alps (boy) 130 

^* b. Crossing the Alps (girl) 130 

OMMEGANCK, B. P.; 1755-1826, Flemish. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Landscape with Cattle (22x32) 300 

OOMS, KAREL; 1845- . Belgian. 

A. A. A., April 2, 1912 503. Flemish Pirates (40x73H). Holland Art 

Galleries 115 

OPIE, SIR JOHN, R. A.; 1721-1807, British. 

Graves 347. Portrait Group of the Artist and his Family (13xl7$<(), 

J. W. Schieff 100 

OSTHAUS, EDMUND H.; 1858- , American. 

Fischer, 1912 35. "Come Down If You Dare" (28x24), A. B. Roeder.. 200 



56 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

OTTEW T 

Gold.. ....5. Moonlight on the River 125 

OUDRY, JEAN BAPTISTE; 1686-1755. French. 

Brmndtu» 1912 110. Portrait of the Count de Tessin (48x38), H. B. 

Demming 800 

PAGE, WILLIAM, N. A.; 1811-1885, American. 

Harrison, 1912 15. Mother and Child (48x36V() 150 

PAGES, JULES; 1867- , American. 

Ward 799. The Artisans (48x59), Bartinett 225 

" 823. The Chef (36x39), Miss Butler 300 

PALAMEDES, ANTHONIS; 1601-1674, Dutch. 

Brandus. 1912 75. The Baptism (32x45), Snedecor & Co 90 

Phila. A. G., April 2 1912 a. The Baptism (32x45) 290 

PALMAROLI. VINCENTE; 1835-1896. Spanish. 

Buchanan 46. On the Terrace (17^x13^^), Mrs. McQnnis 120 

Mrs. L. C. Weir 471. A Painting, Holland Art Galleries... 70 

482. Girl Harvesting, Friedman 75 

PALMER, WALTER LAUNT, N. A.; 1854- , American. 

(Hiase, 1912 138. Under the Willows (w. c. 24x18). F, A. Vanderlip.. 110 

PARMIGIANO. MAZZUOLI; 1503-1540, Italian. Attributed to 

Norton 35. Holy Family (50x66^4), Harrison 150 

36. St. Joseph's Dream (50x67), Harrison 125 

PARTON, ARTHUR, N. A.; 1842- , American. 

Fischer, 1912 151. Summer Landscape (25x35). Holland Art (Galleries. .70 

Fitzgerald a. Landscape and Cattle 170 

F. A. A. G., March 28, 1912 46. Trout Stream, Del. Co., N. Y. 

(22x30), T. S. Cass 110 

Moir 60. Landscape and River (18x22), S. J. Kane 175 

PARTON. ERNEST: 1845- , American. 

Leroy Stewart. Phila., 1912 a. Autumn (12x18) 80 

PASINI, ALBERTO; 1826-1899, Italian. 

Bronder 97. The Guard of the Gate (14x11^), D. G. Dery 650 

Chase, 1912 45. Interior of a Mosque (16j4xl3^), F. A. Vanderlip... 625 

Oehme, 1912 115. The Gate of a Mosque (10^x14), Holland Art 

Galleries 305 

PATER, JEAN BAPTISTE JOSEPH; 1695-1736, French. 

Bolton 101. Une Pastorale (14x18), R. Ederheimer 375 

PATIN C. 

Leroy Stewart. Phila., 1912 a. Meeting on the Road (27x33) 230 

PATTEIN. CAESAR; Contemporary, French. 

Bronder 19. The Little Thief (15x23 54 ), A. H. Cosden 120 

^ F. A. A, G., March 29, 1912 149. Happy Childhood Days (17x26), 

E. J. Stemer US 

PEALE, CHARLES WILSON; 1741-1827, American. 

CSold 74. Landscape, Harper's Ferry (60x96), Barlow 325 

PEALE, REMBRANDT, N. A.; 1778-1860. American. 

Fitzgerald a. George Washington 1,500 

Leroy Stewart, PhUa., 1913 b. Nathan Hale (17x14) 270 

PEARCE, CHARLES SPRAGUE; 1851- , American. , . 

Clarke's, March 7, 1912 6. Roman Courtyard (2354x29), H. Schultheis 90 

PELEZ, FERDINAND EMMANUEL; 1843- . French. 

Schaus, 1912 201. The Baker's Boy (29Jixl6), J. O. McDermott 70 

PELLETIER, PIERRE J.; Contemporary, French. 

Schaus, 1912 143. La Folic Nantelle (pastel 20x29>4), Fred A. Ames.. 85 

» " 147. Billancourt (pastel 22x36), Fred T. Kuhn 60 

* «* 151. Issy les Moulineux (pastel 22J^x35f4), J. R. Andrews 65 

PELOUSE. LEON GERMAIN: 1838-1891, French. 

Schaus, 1912 183. The Loire at Vuilla Faux (18^x25K)» Charles 

H. Traiser 205 

" 200. Near Bourg-pris-Mortain (18x26), Wallis & Son.. 160 

" 223. Study of Trees (43>4x31j4), Theodore Heinemann. 150 

PENNINGTON, HARPER; Contemporary, American. 

Chase, 1912 2. A Reader (954x554) 60 

PENOT, ALBERT JOSEPH; Contemporary, French. 

F. A. A. G., March 28, 1912 56. Ideal (18x13), James Elvcrson, Jr.. 100 

PERALTA, FRANCESCO; -1896. Spanish. 

Dun-Morton 104. Signing the Marriage Contract (16^x28), Kingman. . 200 

PERKINS, GRANVILLE. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. In the Harbor (16x13) SO 



PAINTINGS SOLD AT AUCTION 67 

PEkRAULT. LEON BAZILE: 1835- . French. 

Buchanan 83. The Tarantella (SMxASH)* A. B. Wallace 250 

I. Stern 37. La Petite Bouqurtiere (20x17), D. G. Dery 210 

FERRET. AIM£; 1847- . French. 

Brandus, 1912 19. The Ferrv Man (18x24), F. A. Lawea 300 

28. Barbizon Interior (24x29). H. D. Babcock 240 

59. Field Labor (29x36)), E. K. Stollo 430 

" 74. French Peasants at Home (29x24), £. F. Seymour 330 

85. Pluckinc Roses (32x26), William Drew 1,050 

136. The Shepherdess (32x25^), F. M. Kelly 650 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 b. A Farm near Barbizon (26x33) 1,000 

c. The Shepherdess (29x24) 750 

Phila. A. G., April 2, 1912 a. Field Labor (30x25) 500 

PERRINE, VAN D.; 1869- , American. 

Chase, 1912 119. The Flower Market in Winter, New York (19x15^), 

Meredith Hare 160 

PERUGINO, PIETRO VANNUCI; 1446-1524. Italian. 

Brandus, 1912 33. Virgin and Child, F. A. Lawes 300 

PETILLON. T.; French. 

B. Stem 6. Glimpses of Paris (4 subjects 13^x10^), J. O. McDermott 110 

^ETTENKOFEN, AUGUST VON; 1821-1889, (;erman. 

Buchanan 44. Returning from the Threshing (10^x17^), M. Knoedler 

& Co 600 

Fischer, 1912 1105. Military Scene (9x13), D. G. Dery 115 

PEZ AIME; 1808- ? , French. 

Fitzgerald a. Blindman's Buff 350 

PHILLIPS, THOMAS; 1770-1845, British. 

Hyde 144. Portrait of Burridge (36x2854), A. C. Hencken 250 

PICAULT, C. E.; French. 

Kinney-Shawger 59. Landscape (15x22), Punnett 96 

PILLE. CHARLES HENRI; 1845-1897, French. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Sancho Panza before the Duchess (43x55) 725 

PILS. ISADORE; 1815-1875. 

Boury 35. French Zouave (10^4x7^^), W. Michel SO 

PINCHART, E. A.: 1847- , French. 

F. A. A. G., March 28, 1912 36. The Old, Old Story (32x23), F. 

P. O'Brien 105 

PIOT, ETIENNE ADOLPHE: Contemporary, French. 

Bronder b87. Girl with Roses ^5 J4x20). Prinz Bros 480 

Buchanan 70. The Basket of Flowers (36x24), J. B. Von Seiver 680 

Kinney-Shawger a87. An Ideal (26x20), Prinz Bros 350 

Moir 63. Adoration (22x1854 ). Mrs. Glcndenmng 300 

Oehme, 1912 114. A Roman Flower Giri (40x50), J. M. Reynolds 450 

PI8SARR0, CAMILLE; 1831-1903, French. 

Grigsby 1150. Environs d'Evagny (2l54x25j4), Durand-Ruel 850 

PLANQUETTE. FELIX; 1873- , French. 

A. A. A., March 19, 1912 106. La Baie du Mont Saint Michel (32x45^), 

E. J. Cornish 250 

PLASSAX, ANTOINE EMILE: 1817-1903, French. 

Dun-Morton 1 13. Robing (5x4), J. O. McDermott 65 

PLUMOT^ ANDRfi; 1829- , Belgian. 

Bronder 32. An Old Story (9Hxl5) 75 

POELENBURG, CORNELIUS VAN; 1586-1667. Dutch. 

Robb 489. Classical Landscape, with Figures (1194^9^4), Donn Barber 85 

POKITONOW, IVAN; Contemporary, Russian. 

A. A. A., March 18, 1912 9. Farm in Hungary (7x12), M. Knoedler 

& Co 355 

Buchanan 12. I^s Amateurs des Grosses Vagues-Biarritz (7x10^), 

A. H. Cosdcn 220 

POLIDORI, C. 

Fitzgerald a. Training the Poodle 120 

POLLENTINI, A. 

F. A. A. G.. Jan. 19, 1912 65. Tulien Palace, Venice (16x24), T. B. 

Walker 70 



PORTIELJE. JEAN; 1818-1895^ Belgian. 
Fitzgerald a. Meditation 



80 

PORTIELJE, J. and E. R. MAES. 

Murray 25. Feeding Poultry (33x26) 130 

PO^T. W. MERRITT; 1857- , American. 

Carke's. March 8, 1912 66. October Days (22x36), F. Haines 75 



58 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

POTTER. PAUL; 1625-1654, Dutch. 

Dun-Morton 102. A Dutch Dairy Farm (32x45 J4) 3,500 

Yerkes, 1912 89. Wishing God Speed (10^x15). F. Kleinberger 600 

POTTER. PAUL; Attributed to 

Grigsby 1162. Sunset in Holland (17x21). F. R. Kaldenberg 100 

P0URBU8, FRANZ; 1545-1581. Flemish. 

Brandus» 1912 29. Marie de Gonzague (52x42), F. Mitchell 340 

POURBUS, FRANZ (The Younger); 1570-1622, Dutch. 

Grigsby 1167. Portrait of a Court Lady (25 J4x20j4), A, Olivotti Co. . . 265 

" 1173. Elizabeth de Vos (42x34). M. Snead 435 

Hyde 55. Lady with Ruff (44^x34H)> Blakeslee Galleries 875 

POURBUS, FRANZ (the Younger): Attributed to 

Grigsby 1169. Infanta Isabella (23Hixl9^), F. R. Kaldenberg 250 

POURBUS, PETER; 1510-1584, Dutch. 

Brandus, 1912 8. Portrait of Court Lady of Queen Elizabeth (40x29). 

A. Smith 210 

PRATTEEL, JEAN. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Going to Market (40x30) 125 

PRIETO. MANUEL. 

Phila. A. G., Feb. 16, 1912 In the Museum 90 

PRINZ, A. EMIL. 

F. A. A. G., March 29, 1912 155. Landscape and Cattle (29x36), J. 

Butler 200 

Kinney-Shawger 113. Landscape and Cattle (25^x36), Macdonald Art 

Galleries 125 

Phila. A. G., Feb. 16, 1912 CatUe 290 

PROCTER. A. PHIMISTER, N. A.; 1862- , American. 

Flower, 1912 501. Lioness on Guard (11x14), Mrs. J. Dodd 25 

PROUT, SAMUEL; 17841852, British. 

Fischer, 1912 648. The Porch of a French Cathedral (17x11^), H. 

M. Ives 150 

PYNACKER, ADAM; 1621-1673. Dutch. 

Graves 381. Landscape (35x45) 50 

QUADRONE, GIOVANNI BATTISTA; 1844- , Italian. 

Crocker 8. In the Studio (12x954), John J. Souney 210 

QUARTLEY, ARTHUR, N. A.; 1839-1886, American. 

Dun-Morton 79. Low Tide, North Shore, L. I. (20x36), Kingman 400 

QUAST, PETER; 1605-1647, Dutch. 

Grigsby 1159. The Doctor's Shop {9yixUH), F. Sherman 95 

QUIDOR, JOHN; 1800-1887, American. 

Harrison, 1912 36. Scene at the Village Tavern (27x34) 130 

28. "I Hated Crane at the Bow" (27x27) 90 

QUINTON, CLEMENT; Contemporary. French. 

Fitzgerald a. The New-Bom 120 

QUIVIERES, P. MARCOTTE DE; 1854-1907, French. 

Schaus, 1912 204. The Fishing Fleet (20x29), Mrs. F. F. Thompson.. 150 

RAEBURN, SIR HENRY, R. A.; 1756-1823, British- Scotch. 

Bolton 53. Portrait of Master Dundas (23^x20), M. B. Philipp 325 

*' 124. Portrait of Sir James Innes-Ker, Duke of Roxburghe, 

(29x24^) 700 

Graves 385. Portrait of Sir Walter Scott (30x25), G. B. Wheeler 225 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Portrait of a Lady (29^^x24^) 620 

RAFFELLI, JEAN FRANCOIS; 1850- , French. 

Chase, 1912 61. Outskirts of Paris — Summer Afternoon (21x16^), 

H. E. Stoehr 325 

Fischer, 1912 661. On a French Roadwav (9^xl2H), A. C. Barnes... 275 

Schaus. 1912 268. Le Chiffonier (19xl3>i), A. H. Cosden 275 

RAMSAY. ALLAN; 1713-1784, British. 

Branous, 1912 69. Marchioness of Lothian (40x50), E. Boross 125 

RANGER, HENRY W., N. A.; 1858- , American. 

F. A. A. G., March 28, 1912 37. Low Tide (w. c. 19x25), Dr. Hammer 77 

" March 29, 1912 119. Harbor at Quebec (w. c. 18x24), 

H. Schultheis 115 

137. Landscape (w. c. 18x24), H. Schul- 
theis 82 

Lawson 46. Autumn Wood (12x16), E. H. Dreckerhoff 160 

" 94. A Connecticut Hillside (12x16), L. A. Lehmaier 620 

RAOUX. JEAN; 1677-1734, French, 

Leroy Stewart, Phila.. 1912 a. Anne Marguerite Petit (31x24) 190 

" '* b. Madame Du Noyer (32x25) 325 



PAINTINGS SOLD AT AUCTION 59 

RAPHAEU, SANTI; 1483-1520, Italian. 

Bolton 118. Chiron and Achilles (drawing 18x22) 650 

RASENBERGER, R. 

Brandua, 1912 49. On the Farm (25x32), W. J. Madden 50 

READ, T, BUCHANAN; 1822-1872. American. 

Harrison. 1912 19. Jeptha's Daughter (73x54 J4) 140 

REDFIELD. EDWARD; 1868- . American. 

Fitzgerald a. On the Seine 270 

^* b. Birches at Joinville 82 

REGNAULT. HENRI; 1843-1871, French. 

Schaus, 1912 263. The Head of an Arab (18)^x16), W. J. Curtis 300 

REHN, F. K. M., N. A.; 1848- . American. 

Lawson 28. On the Bronx (12x18). R. Walter Leigh 150 

'* 58. Breakers on the Massachusetts Coast (22x36), E. D. 

Hawkins 250 

110. Surf (16x28^), Alexander M. Hudnut 210 

Schaus, 1912 175. A Summer Sea (16x27), Holland Art Galleries.... 110 

REMBRANDT VAN RIJN; 1606-1669, Dutch. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Head of an Old Man (19x15) 575 

REMBRANDT, SCHOOL OF 

Fischer. 1912 896. Head of a Man (17x14), D. H. Bacon 85 

REYNA, A.; lUlUn. 

Dun-Morton 86. A Palace in Venice (24^x53^) 250 

REYNA C. 

F. X. A. G., Jan. 19. 1912 99. Market in Venice (Ilj4x23j4), J. 

Brandeis 90 

REYNOLDS, SIR JOSHUA. P. R. A.; 1723-1792, British. 

Bonner 5d. Lord Melbourne (20^x17), Mr. Singleton 1,100 

F. A. A. G., March 29, 1912 174. Lady Spencer (50x40), Dr. L. Spiegel 900 

Fitzgerald b. The Little Mischief 375 

^* c. Music 575 

C^old 93. Portrait of the Artist (30x25), Barlow 1.200 

Graves 382. Portrait of Kitty Fisher (37x28), W. K. Bixby 3.000 

Leroy Stewart, Phila.. 1912 d. The Countess of Donoughmore (32x26). 605 

Phila. A. G., April 2, 1912 a. Miss Clara Flavy (25x11) 225 

RIBERA, GUISEPPEj 1598- 1648, Italian. 

Spence a. Savior Bearing the Cross (5 1x70) 240 

RIBERA, JOSEF DE (Lo Spagnoletto) ; 1588-1656. Spanish. 

Forrest 579. St. Louis de Gonzague (34x26), Brix & Co 1,400 

RIBERA, JOSEF DE (Lo Spagnoletto) ; Attributed to 

Norton 28. St. Peter (41x33), Rosenberg 65 

RIBERA Y FERNANDEZ, JUAN ANTONIO; 1779-1860, Spanish. 

Brandus, 1912 105. Old Man, Andrew Smith 4,100 

RIBOT, AUGUSTIN THEODULE; 1823-1891, French. 

Chase, 1912 95. Head of a Woman (11^x8^4), A. T. Lang 230 

157. The Artist's Daughter (51x38j4), B. Williams 1,100 

Fischer, 1912 697. Une Conference (40x36), Alex. Morten 210 

RICCI, SEBASTIANO; 1659-1734, Italian. 

Spence a. Polyxena before the Tomb of Achilles (94x61) 

b. Vision of the Virgin Mary by a Saint (40x60) 

RICCI, SEBASTIANO; Attributed to 

Norton 32. St. Peter (33x52), Harrison 180 

RICHARDS. WILLIAM T.; 1833-1905, American. 

Bronder 18. On the Cliffs (10x16) 60 

" 23. The Rising Moon (10x20) 100 

35. On South Coast of England (w. c. 13^x25) 90 

" 99. The Breakers (9x15) 175 

" 109. The Sand Dunes near Atlantic City (w. c. 1754x27j4), 

P. W. Rouss 200 

Clarke's, March 7. 1912 14. Offshore Winds (9x16^). H. Schultheis 75 

April 26, 1912 197. Waterfall, Barlow SO 

Dun-Morton 48. Off Newport (w. c. 14x20|^), Kingman 60 

92. Lazy Waves (18j4x32). W. B. Thompson 360 

F. A. A. G., March 29. 1912 168. On the Coast of Wales (25^x38), 

D. C. Sherman 480 

Fitzgerald a. The Wreck on the Beach 70 

Phila. A. G.. May 27. 1912 b. Evening after a Gale. Massachusetts 

Coast 9S 

RICHARDSON. WILLIAM; 1841-1906, American. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Venice 300 



310 
100 



60 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

RICH£T, LEON: 1844-1907. French. 

Brandus, 1912 66. Sunset (22x32), J. R. Lamb % 190 

90. The Pool (22x323. B. A. Hawley 185 

Qarke's, April 26, 1912 135. Sunset by the River (I2|^x20^). Thomp- 
son 120 

Flower, 1912 504. Figures at the Spring (25;<z20H), Holland Art 

Galleries 1 10 

Kinney-Shawger 79. Approaching Storm (26x36), C. Archer 140 

Phila. A. G., April 2, 1912 a. Sunset (22x32) 250 

Schaus, 1912 198. Landscape with Figures (19x27^), John J. Souney. 330 

206. L'Alm6e (29x23f?). Lanthier's.. ;. 300 

RICO, MARTIN; 1850-1908, Spanish. 

Buchanan 17. Along the River (8^x13^), A. H. 0>sden 300 

(Hiase, 1912 15. Near Venice (1254x9), M. Knoedler ft Co 390 

*' 63. The Italian Coast (16x28), H. A. Thome 510 

" 79. Italian Cypress Trees (8x5 J4), F. A. Vanderlip 220 

Dun-Morton 112. On the Grand Lagoon, Venice (10x15), W. B. 

Thompson 700 

F. A. A. G., March 29, 1912 167. Venice (26x20^). Mrs. Schneider.. 900 

Kinney-Shawger 99. Courtyard in Venice (11x6^), M. Knoedler ft Co. 270 

Yirkes, 1912 108. Venice from the Giardinetto (17x29). M. Knoedler 

ft Co 1,100 

RIECKE, GEORGE. 

Fitzgerald a. Sheep 85 

RIESENER, HENRI FRANCOIS; 1767-1828, French. 

Robb 493. Portrait of a Lady (20x14), C. & N. Sabbagh 90 

RIGAUD, HYACINTHE; 1659-1743, French. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Due de Bourgogne (27x23) 80 

b. Duchesse de Lcsdiguiere (35x27) 340 

RIP, WILLEM CORNELIS; 1856- , Dutch. 

Fischer, 1912 1116. Landscape (1554x22) SO 

Schaus, 1912 108. Herfstavond near Gonda (w. c. 1354x1954), A. S. 

Bemet 50 

122. Molens on the Lek (w. c. 1354x1954), J. J. Campbell 65 

131. View on the Schie (w. c. 1454x2454), M. T. Hirsch 75 

" 139. Molens near Zevenhuyoen (w. c. 1954x2854), L. 

Laflin Kellogg 80 . 

RIVAS, A.; French. 

Brandus, 1912 14. Turkish Scene (26x39), A. Schneider 150 

Fitzgerald a. In the Seraglio 325 

RIX, JULIAN; 1851-1903, American. 

Kinney-Shawger 29. In the Adirondacks (36x28), H. Schultheis 46 

Schaus, 1912 194. Study of a Snow Scene (24x16), T. J. Manning... 70 

219. Passaic Valley (3454x21 J^), J. O. McDermott 170 

ROBBE, LOUIS; 1807-1887. Belgian. 

F. A. A. G., Jan. 19, 1912 79. Interior of Barn (18x23), O. C. Cello.. 150 

Harrison, 1912 31. Dogs Attacking a Bull (66x8154), C. K. Smith 190 

ROBBINS, HORACE WOLCOTT. N. A.; 1842-1904, American. 

Hyde 68. Mountain and Valley (1354x21), C. A. Davis 100 

ROBERT-FLEURY, TONY: 1838- , French. 

Bronder 95. Ideal Head (17x14), H. B. Roelker 85 

Clarke's, April 26, 1912 140. Portrait of M. Rude (16x13), R. C. ft 

N. M. Vose 60 

ROBIE. JEAN BAPTISTE; 1821-1910, Belgian. 

Bronder 111. Roses (2654x22j4), M, Sloog 1,175 

Crocker 76. Still Life (36x32), Henry Reinhardt 900 

Fitzgerald a. Flowers 160 

Newcomb 45. Flowers (31 54x2354), Miss Newcomb 700 

Schaus, 1912 226. Roses (5154x3754), Mrs. Albert Flake 625 

ROBINSON, THOMAS; 1835-1888, American. 

Clarke's, April 25. 1912 101. Scheveningen, Holland (18x22), W. M. 

Chase 60 

ROLL, ALFRED PHILLIPPEj 1847- , French. 

Chase, 1912 59. A Father's Hope (pastel 24x17), S. C. Hooker 120 

ROMANO, JULIO; 1499-1546, Italian. 

Brandus, 1912 23. Virgin and Child (4154x3154), Paul Mersch 210 

ROMBOUTS, JILLES: Seventeenth Century, Dutch. 

Bolton 74. The Halt at the Inn (28x40), J. C. Levi 200 

ROMER, C; German. 

Ward 785. The Orange Giri (84x48), Miss Butler 60 

ROMNEY, GEORGE; 1734-1802, British. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Lady Summerville (50x40) 1,525 



PAINTINGS SOLD AT AUCTION 61 

RONART. 

Lcroy Stewart, Pbila., 1912 a. Wooda (19x23) 190 

RONNER, HENRIETTA; 182M909, Dutch. 

Fischer, 1912 188. Contented with her Lot (49x39), Holland Art Gal- 
leries 355 

ROOS, PHILIPP PETER (Rosa di Tivoli); 1657-1705, lUlian. 

Fischer, 1912 359. Landscape with Sheep and Cattle (29x37), Otto Meyer 50 

ROOSEVELT, S. MONT(X)MERY; 1863- , American. 

Kinney-Skawger 54. Head of a Young Girl (30x25) 50 

83. The Model (30x25), L. Chester 75 

ROSA, SALVATOR: 1615-1673, Italian. 

Spence a. Battle at Sea (50x30) 120 

" b. A Ship on Fire (50x30) 75 

ROSA« SALVATOR; Attributed to 

Robb 510. A Man Holding a Lamb in his Arms (32^x39;^), Donn 

Barber UO 

ROSELAND, HARRY; 1866- , American. 

Qarke's, April 26, 1912 144. Peace (20x30), McDonough Art Galleries. 70 

*' 145. War (20x30), McDonough Art Galleries. 70 

Fitxgerald a. The Young Opponent 220 

ROSENBOOM, HENRIETTA; 18431898, Dutch. 

Fischer, 1912 1122. Azaleas (22x39). D. G. Dery 105 

ROSSET-GRANGER, EDOUARD: 1853- , French. 

Schaus, 1912 246. The Jewel Case (18x21), Dr. Louis Schaefer 260 

ROTHERMEL, PETER F.; 1817-1895, American. 

Harrison, 1912 24. Patrick Henry Delivering his Famous Speech in 

the House of Burgesses, Virginia, 1765 

(70x61)4), Charles Hamilton 650 

34. King Lear, Gloster and Edgar (125j4x87), E, J. 

Elliott 200 

ROTIG, FREDERICK G.; Contemporary, French. 

F. A. A. G., March 28, 1912 20. Wild Boars in the Barbizon Woods 

(20x25)4), Mrs. Fowler 82 

ROUILLIER. 

Ward 825. The Flower Giri (56x42), Bartinett 100 

ROUMEGOUS, A. 

Kinney-Shawger 124. The Challenge (40x33), Martin Beck 405 

ROUSSEAU, PIERRE ETIENNE THEODORE; 1812-1867, French. 

Buchanan 27. Sunset (7xI0K)f Miss C. A. Graham 2,200 

32. Gorges de Franchard, Fontainebleau (10)^xl9>^), C. W. 

Kraushaar 1,200 

Clarke's, April 26, 1912 196. Beginning the Day (14x20), McDonough 

Art Galleries 80 

Kinney-Shawger 101. Autumn Landscape in Le BeiYy (9x12)4), H. D. 

Babcock 625 

Leroy Stewart. Phila., 1912 d. Landscape (8x9) 155 

e. Lcs Gorges d'Apremont (9)4x16)4) 410 

Phila. A. G., Feb. 16, 1912 c. An October Evening 510 

" May 27, 1912 a. Landscape 75 

" " b. Autumn 150 

Stanford.- 129. A Fontainebleau Clearing (18)^x31), I. N. Rogers 1,300 

ROWLANDSON, G. D. 

Kinney-Shawger 104. Following the Hounds (20x30). Macdonald Art 

Galleries 85 

ROWLANDSON, THOMAS; 1756-1827, British. 

Fischer, 1912 649. Full Length Figure of a Woman (12x8)^), S. B. 

Luyster, Tr 85 

654. The Village Dance (13)4x18)4), H. M. Ives 140 

ROYBET, FERDINAND V. L.; 1840- , French. 

A. A. A., March 18, 1912 44. A Gentleman (31^x25)4). G. G. Eddy.. 850 

March 19, 1912 60. Cavalier (15f^xl2)4). D. G. Dery ,. 225 

'* 83. A Nobleman of the Louis XIII Period 

(24)4x18) 825 

Chase, 1912 107. Head of a Young Man (13^x10^), E. C. Blum... 230 

110. The Younff Musician (16xl2>4). B. Williams 360 

Fitzgerald b. The Secret Message 425 

Lcroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Cavalier. Louis XIII (32x26) 875 

RUBENS, PETER PAUL; 1577-1640, Flemish. 

Fitzgerald b. Holy Family 100 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Wife of Philip Fourth of Spain 

(50)4x36)4) 1,325 



62 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

RUBENS AND FRANS SNYDERS. 

Robb 518. Peace and Plenty (8x9) 3.000 

RUISDAEL, JAKOB VAN; 1628-1682. Dutch. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. The Waterfall (23x36) 900 

Schaus, 1912 266. Landscape with Figures (29x25^), Alba B. Johnson. 600 

Yerkes, 1912 25. Landscape and Cattle (13f^xl9^)» E. H. Dreckerhoff 100 

RUISDAEL, JAKOB VAN; Attributed to 

Yerkes. 1912 2Sa. Landscape and Cattle (23x30), C. Cryder 80 

RUSSELL, CHARLES. 

F. A. A. G., Jan. 19, 1912 92. Scouting Party (18x30), H. Kertscher. . 12S 

RUSSELL, W. F. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Marine (19x29) ». 70 

SADEE, PHILIP; 1837- , Dutch. 

A. A. A.. March 19, 1912 59. Fisherfolk Returning (12^x16^), E. N. 

Lawrence 300 

SADLER, W. DENDY; Contemporary, British. 

Kinney-Shawger 112. ^'For All My Fancy Dwells on Nancy and IMl 

Sing Tallyho'* (34x26), J. C. Evans. . . 580 

SAFTLEVEN, HERMAN; 1609-1685, Dutch. 

Graves 361. Europa and the Bull (19x27;^), E. Conway 55 

SALLES, JULES. 

F. A. A. G., March 29, 1912 111. Un Amateur des Fleurs (43x30), 

J. Bristol 100 

SALVIATI (FRANCESCO DEI ROSSI) ; 1510-1563, Italian. 

Grigsby 1175. Madonna and Child with St. John and an .'Xngel 

(50x37^), Sol. Lichtenstein 100 

SANCHEZ-PERRIER, EMILIO; Contemporary, Spanish. 

Brandus, 1912 89. River Scene (10x16), A. Snyder 180 

Bronder 103. On the Bank of the River (13x16), A. D. Brandeis 360 

Buchanan 13. On the River (6^x10^). A. H. Cosden 200 

Schaus, 1912 352. River Landscape (10^x14), C. J. McDonough 375 

SAN GIORANI, JAVONI DE. 

Spence a. Comedy (48x61) 50 

SANI, A.; Contemporary. 

A. A. A., March 18, 1912 33. The Cellarer's Guest (26^x20), Daniel 

Huber, Jr 105 

SANTERRE, JEAN BAPTISTE; 1658-1717^ French. 

Brandus, 1912 41. Portrait of a Lady (36x30), Andrew Smith 500 

97. Portrait of a Lady (33x26^), W. Mitchell 350 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 b. Comtesse de Melfort (36x28) 260 

Phila. A. G., April 2, 1912 a. Portrait of a Lady (32x26) 375 

SANTORO. RUBENS; 1843- . Italian. 

Bronder 113. Canal Santa Barbara, V^enice (16x11), A. D. Brandeis.. 310 

Kinney-Shawger .'22. Street Scene in Algiers (13^x9), Prinz Bros 110 

SAUVAGE, PIAT JOSEPH; 17441818, Dutch. 

Dun-Morton 55. Love's Anvil (47x59), Burlingham 205 

SAVERY. ROLAND; 1576-1639, Dutch. 

Brandus, 1912 4. Winter Scene (18x29), E. F. Seymour 250 

SCAGLIA, GIROLAMO; Seventeenth Century, Italian. 

Spence a. The Marriage of St. Catherine (63x87) 350 

SCHENCK, AUGUST F. A.; 1828-1901, German. 

Bronder 94. Sunrise on a Snowstorm (16x20), D. G. Dery 400 

Fitzgerald a. Sheep 70 

Kinney-Shawger 95. Sheep in a Snowstorm (29x39^), A. D. Brandeis. 300 

SCHERREWITZ, JOHANNES; 1868- , Dutch. 

A. A. A., March 19, 1912 107. Shrimpers (51^x33^), James M. Beck 400 

Kinney-Shawger 109. The Old Bam (20x28), Moulton and Ricketts.. 175 

8CHLEICH, ROBERT; 1845- . German. 

Schaus, 1912 161. Dutch Canal— Winter (8xl2>^), Theo. Heinemann. 230 

SCHMIDT, EDWARD ALLAN; Contemporary, German. 

B. Stem 55. The Conchologist (9x6^), M. Knoedler & Co 140 

SCHOLZ. MAX; 1834- . (German. 

Qarke's, March 7, 1912 60. The Monk (17^4x1354), H. Corn 100 

Schaus, 1912 234. Objets de Vertu (135^x9^^), Theo. Heinemann.... 110 

SCHONHEYDER-MILLER; Contemporary, French. 

Fukushima 560. Sunlight in the Forest of Fontainebleau (61x40), F. 

R. Kaldenberg 100 

SCHOUTEN, HENRY; Contemporary, British. 

Clarke's. March 7, 1912 18. Oxen (24x36), I^wlor 105 



PAINTINGS SOLD AT AUCTION 63 

SCHREIBER, CHARLES B.: Deceased. French. 

Bronder 78. The Two Monks (18x22) 175 

8CHREYER, ADOLF; 1828-1899, German. 

A. A. A., March 18» 1912 72. At the Fountain i\2yix\Z\i), Louis L. 

Finisld 1,825 

Buchanan 51. Returning from the Mosque (10^x18^), H. Schultheis 1,950 

67. Pursued by Wolves (26^x3234), P. Berolzheimer 3,000 

F. A. A. G., March 29, 1912 176. Arab Chief and his Escort (6^x9^), 

Mrs. L. Newington 265 

186. A Painting Phila. Art Gal- 
leries 1,487 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 c. Cavalry (35x46) 925 

d. Arab Warriors (33f{x45) 975 

Moir 40. An Arab Scout (32^x27), Wm. N. Cromwell 5.000 

Phila. A. G., Feb. 16, 1912 a. Arab Horseman 220 

" April 2, 1912 b. Arab Horseman (11^x6) 200 

Schaus, 1912 291. Arab Riders (24x449<), H. Schultheis 5,800 

SCHRYVER, LOUIS DE; Contemporary, French. 

Bronder 27. Contemplation (24^xl9>4), Prinz Bros 140 

Clarke's, March 8, 1912 75. Flower Market (283^x36), H. F. Thompson 115 

F. A. A. G., March 29, 1912 160. Contemplation (24^x19^). C. 

Partridge 200 

SCHUCH, WERNER; 1843- , (German. 

Schaus 1912 214. The Battle of Leipzig (34x43^), Franz Draz 600 

SCHUESSELE, CHRISTIAN: 18241879, American. 

Harrison, 1912 23. Dr. Benjamin Franklin before the Privy Council in 

London, January 29. 1773 (57^x85^), 
Thomas B. Kingaley 675 

SCOTT. JULIAN; 1846-1901, American. 

Garke's, March 8. 1912 105. Cavalrymen Signalling (25x30), Lawlor. 52 

S£G£. ALEXANDRE; 1817-1885, French. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Les Environs de Granville (31x47) 230 

SEGHERS, DANIEL: 1590-1661, Flemish. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Cupid (23x18) 190 

SEIBELS, C; ? -1877, German. 

Buchanan 73. Cattle (18x24^). Mr. PoflFrath 125 

SEIFERT, ALFRED; 1860- ? , Austrian. 

Dun-Morton 34. Springtime (57x33), C. J. McDonough 460 

Moir 2. Head of a Toung Giri (8J4x6J4). H. Schultheis 100 

SEIGNAC, PAUL; 1826-1904, French. 

Bronder 76. The Little Bride (11x14), A. tl. Goldingham 

" 81. "Look, Mothcrl" (2254xl8J4). J. Fenmng 

SEILER. CONRAD; Contemporary, German. 

Buchanan 40. Chess (10^x13), PoflFrath 250 

SELMYHR, CONRAD; Belgian. 

Qarke's, April 26, 1912 216. Off Portrush (32x45), Ducharmc 200 

SERGENT, LUCIEN PIERRE: 1849- , French. 

Kinney-Shawger 31. Napoleon at Wagram (20x36), W. G. Horton 196 

SERRA-Y-PORSON. JOSE; Contemporary. Spanish. 

Grigsby 1121. The Mendicant (10^x9), H. Wallis 55 

^' ......1130. Leda in the Bath (9^x7), G. R. MacDougall 50 

SEVERDONCK, JOSEPH VAN; Nineteenth Century, Belgian. 

Qarke's, March 7, 1912 33. Sheep (21x27), H. D. G. Rohlfs, Jr 82 

SHACKLETON, WILLIAM. 

Fischer, 1912 894. The Silver Sea (32x39) 350 

SHAYER, WILLIAM (the Elder); 17881879, British. 

Fitzgerald a. Gathering Shellfish 140 

SHINN, EVERETT; 1873- , American. 

Chase, 1912 147. Winter in Town (pastel 23x27), Daniel Huber. Jr.. 125 

SHOYERER. JOS. 
F. A. A. G., Jan. 19, 1912 90. Niagara Falls (31x50), T. B. Walker.. 85 

SHURTLEFF, R. M., N. A.; 1838- , American. 

Kinney-Shawger 73. The Boulder (16x20). H. D. G. Rohlfs, Jr 130 

SIGNORINI, GUISEPPE: Italian. 

Schaus, 1912 34. Cardinal i St. Pierre (w. c. 13^x9^), P. W. Rouss. 105 

" 44. Racleur dc Violin (w. c. 19xl3»/4). A. S. Bernet 110 

" 45. Parfums Orientaux (w. c. 19xl3Hl), P. W. Rouss... 75 

46. Restaurateur de Curiosites (w. c. 17j4xl3^), P. VV. 

Rouss 110 

51. Atelier de Peinture (w. c. 17^4x11 ^4), J. J. Campbell 105 



60 

115 



64 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

SIGNORINI. GUISEPPE— (ConimHcd). 

Schliu. Iflll SI. U PrmUrr L««an de Miwiquc («. c 17^x11^), J. 

R. D« Luur 

S3. LccoD dc Geocnpble <ir. c P. W. Bmiti 

14. Lc Ueuaoe («. c ISxtZ). Little 

S6. Tbc Behartal («. c. 17K: >< Limar.... 

57. UuikiH tDptitBiit Cw. t. P. W. Boii»» 

60. Chei I'Antiqmi™ <w. c. 17 . De Lwntr. , 

M. Le NcKQ da Cvdinil (w. i, P. W. Room 

6S. AmilniTd'Ecimt («. c. IS W. R<niu... 

69. Viodilisme Cw. i. 19«xM c L»n«r 

70. HeureuK Rencontre (w. c R. De Limit 

71. Mirch»nd de Mijolique {. i), P. J. Ort- 

73. Fnnirur d'Opiu'S?*<w.' c. 'H U'W', 'J-' C- Eviiii! .' '. '. '. 

74. ScDlinelle de Cherif (w. c. 26K>18M). J. C £t4iu. 

76. C»d»ui d« N«e» (w. c Z6M»19«). P. W. Roau. . 

77. Esclavu Anbo Muaicieni («. c. 27x18^), J. J. 

89. A Good StOTj {"."e. laiiisj.'w.'stii'ribiri.';;."."." 

132. Dinili Bibliotheque (w. c. 16Ux22K), P. W. Rami 

Ml. Une Fnome Peinire (w. c. tSx23). I. R. De Lamar 

142. Rctouche dti PmfMKur (w. c. 18MxZ4J4), J. R. De 

146. Riehe Arabe dam wn 'FamoiV'(w.''ci 'mxotV,' J. 



1S2. Antichambre du Harem (w. e. )4x22U), J. C Evans 

153. Doge de Venise (*. t. 49Kx29K). J- R- De Lamar 

SIMONELLI, GUISEPPE: 1649-1713, Italian. 

Spence a. Herodiu wilb the Head of Jobn ihe Baptist (30Hx38K).. 

SIHONIDI, MICHEL; Conismporary, Hungarian. 

Bronder 31. Fancy Tfioughts (2S)?t2IM) 

Kinnej-Shawger 76. A Flir Vfnelian (32x;6). Prim Broi 

SIMONINL FRANCESCO; 1689-1 7S3. Italian. 

Spenu a. An Old Wilcb (Z6</,iliy,) 

SISLEY, ALFRED; 1839-1899, French. 

Grigsby 1151. LandKipe at Vcneui <2Ix2g), Durand-Ruet 

SMITH. HENRY P.; 1854.1907. American. 

■'■ " Marrh'lS, wiit'.'.V. .'S4. The Old komtisl-»i (Sol^ixUi^'"/^^!. 

u, iww 77. :- '" * ■ 

65. In Soutt 

SMITH, MARY; Deceaied, American. 

Fitigerald a. Chickens 

SNYDEBB, FBANS; 1579-1657, Flemiih, and P. P. RUBENS. 

Bobb S18. Peace and Plent). (8x9) 

SNYDERS, F. (After). 

Phili. A. G., Feb. 16, 1912 a. The Bciar Hunt 

50GLIANL GIOVANNI ANTONIO; 14921544, Italian. 

Grigsbr 1172. Madonna, Cbild and St. John (33x2ti), D. Z. Noorian.. 

50LIMENA, FRANCESCO; 1657. 1747, Italian. 

Spence a. Saint Driving the Devil from LatfacD'i Tomb (56^x68),. 

aORGH. H. M.: 1611-1670. Duich. 

Bnndus, 1912 46. Dutch Interior (21x30), A. Schneider 

SOULACROIJt, FRecERlC; I82S. , French. 

F. A. A. a, Feb. 28, 1912 110. The Gosnipi (33x26), F. C. Haveni. . 

SPANISH SCHOOL, Sixteenth Century. 

Brandut, 1912 20. Virgin and Child (17xl2K). Greven 

SPRING, ALFONS; 1843- , Ruiriin. 

Chaae, 1912 84. Girl wilb Jug (I0>6), A. T. Lang 

SPRINKMANN, CHRISTEL; 1847- , German. 

Buchanan 57. Springtime (2lf^>13M). E, Frenkcl 

STANZIONE, MASSINO; 1585.1656, Italian. 

Spente a. A Magdalene (25Mx36) 

STARK. JAMES; 1794-1859, Brilish. 

B. Stern 8. Woods near Nurwirh (14^x12), John F. Harrii 

STEELINK, WILLIAM; 1856. , Dutch. 

Fischer. 1912 1108. Landscape and Sheep 16^x24) 

Schaus, 1912 106. Sheep in PaHure (w. c. 17MX12M). A. S. Bemel.. 



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STEELINK, WILLIAM— (Continued). 

Schaus, 1912 110. Return of the Flock (w. c. 12^x18), A. Tooth & 

Sons 50 

'* 123. Sheep Returning Home (w. c. 19x14), M. Sloog 65 

'* 136. Sheep on the Heath (w. c. 15x25h)» A. Tooth & 

Sons 55 

STEEN, JAN; 1626-1679, Dutch. 

Gol^. 125. The Village Dentist (17x13). Biandini 100 

STEINHEIL, ADOLPH CHARLES EDWARD; French. 

Bronder 110. An Interesting Document (13x8^), A. H. Goldingham.. 130 

STERNBERG, J. VAN; 1767-1814. 

Brandus, 1912 5L Landscape and Cattle (23Hx31H). C. Waters 95 

F. A. A. G., March 29, 1912 156. Landscape and Cattle (24x30). 

Waiiams 72 

STEVENS, ALFRED; 18281906, Belgian. 

(Hiasc, 1912 12. On the Balcony (10^x8^), R. C. & N. M. Vose 525 

26. Marine (pastel 9^x13), S. F. Rothschild 220 

64. Head of a Brittany (^irl (27f^xl9M). A. Snead 600 

85. Head of a Young Woman (8H3c6!4), R. G. Herzog. . . 350 

105. A Daylight Moon (13^xl0>^), S. F. Rothschild.... 270 

139. ExpecUncy (28^x13), M. Knoedler & Co 900 

Grigsby 1142. Waiting (30x22), M. l6ioedler & Co 1,700 

Yerkes, 1912 119. The Letter (28^x21), M. Knoedler & Co 500 

156. On the Beach (33x46>^), A. Andrews 1.100 

STEVENS, JOSEPH; 1819-1892, Belgian. 

Clarke^ April 26, 1912 mST Doe Beating (25^x36$4)t R. C. & N. 

M. Vose 140 

STOBIE, C. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Flower (Hrl (24x38) 90 

STORTENBEKER, PIETER; 1829- , Dutch. 

F. A. A. G., Jan. 19. 1912 48. Cattle at Rest (34x50), J. C. Evans 130 

STREITT, FRANZ; 1839- . Ckrman. 

I. Stem 1. Courtship i7^xSH), John J. Souney 65 

STROOBANT, FRANS; 1810- ? , Belgian. 

Yeiices. 1912 80. Le Lae d'Amour, Bruges (40^x49^). W. D. Paul.. 175 

STUART. GILBERT; 1755-1828, American. ' 

Fitzgerald a. Thomas Jefferson 800 

^' b. (korge Washington 3,250 

Harrison, 1912 30. Portrait of Washington (239^x29), Thomas B. Qarke 16,100 

STUART, GILBERT (Copy after). 

Robb 506. Portrsit of (George Washinston (30x25)4), Mrs. A. E. Van 

Rensselaer 110 

STUHL, HENRY. 

F. A. A. a, Jan. 19, 1912 94. Butterflies (30x39). J. L. Smith 52 

SULLY, THOMAS; 1783-1872, American. 

Fitzgerald c Little Red Riding Hood 100 

* d. Massacre of the Innocents 90 

e. Lady's Head 50 

(;old 105. Portrait of a Lady (30^x25) 200 

Phila. A. G., Feb. 16, 1912 a. Consolation ISO 

SULLY, THOMAS (Copy after Benjamin West). 
Spcnee b. Orestes and Pylaoes (39x50) 125 

SWAN. C £.: British. 

Sdiaas, 1912 172. Lion's Head (20x16). Mrs. Glendenning 50 

SYLVA, VAN DAMME. 

Qarke'a, Match 7, 1912 38. Cattle in a Pool (35^x29^). H. Com .... 80 

SYMINGTON, JAMES; 1841- , American. 

Bnchaiian 1. Carl Boiling Qothes (w. c 14MxlO$^) lOQ 

TAIT. ARTHUR F., N. A.; 1819-1905. American. 

Ovke^a, Feb. 2, 1912 4L The Farm Yard (26x41), H. F. Thompson.. 130 

Dnn-Moiton 2L Little Cliicks (10x14), E. M. Claric 57 

TAIT. A. F., and EDWARD GAY. 

CfailDe'a, Match 8, 1912 70. Landscape and Cattle (18x28), Tcnnant.. 50 

TAMBURINI, ANTONIO; 1843- , Italian. 

Cfodoer 10. Brother Cellarer (14^x11). B- D. WilUams 27S 

TALFERNL E. 

F. A. A. C Feb. 28. 1912 119. Lorelri (25x18^). Biacboff 60 



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TENIERS. DAVID (The Elder): 1582-1649. Flemish. 

Dun-Morton 97. The Cavalier's Halt (29x40), Thomas HO 

Lcroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Kermess (27x36) 240 

TENIERS, DAVID (The Younger); 1610-1690, Flemish. 

.Brandus, 1912 38. The Studio of David Teniers (32x25), Paul Mersch. 950 

Dun-Morton 96. A Dutch Interior (9j4xl2), H. F. Thompson 55 

Yerkes, 1912 158. Reckoning the Score (17x25), Paul Mersch 1,250 

TEN KATE, HERMAN F. C; 1822- , Dutch. 

A. A. A., March 18, 1912 15. An Inn Kitchen (12J4xl8j4), John J. 

Souney 130 

F. A. A. G., Jan. 19, 1912 84. The Conference (6J^xlOj4), W. Sleicher 80 

Oehme, 1912 121. The Recruiting Office (24x37). Holland Art Galleries 8) 

TEN KATE. JEAN MARI HENRI: 1831- , Dutch. 

Fitzgerald a. At the Castle 70 

" b. Pheasant Shooting in Belgium 350 

Oehme, 1912 24. The Dispute (w. c. 12x2354), A. H. Cosden 235 

THANMAKOFF, THEO. 

Fitzgerald a. The Beauty of the Court 70 

THAULOW, FRITZ; 1847-1906. Norwegian. 

Brandus, 1912 37. The Church of Dieppe (31x26), E. Wagner 560 

57. Landscape in Correze (25x30), S. R. Loeb 860 

98. River Laita in Brittany (24x29) 1,675 

104. Windmill, E. F. Seymour 900 

119. River Dordogne (28x34), J. R. Lamb 850 

134. River Arcqucs (22x30), J. S. Crosby 700 

Fischer, 1912 164. Scene on the Seine (26x21), Holland Art Galleries 105 

346. The Cascade (1854x21^), H. E. Stoehr 625 

" 892. Montreu-sur-Mer (26x32) 350 

Kinney-Shawger 53. River in Normandy (18x22), J. Penning 300 

111. River in Winter (26x32), Martin Beck 610 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 b. River Arcques (28x34) 775 

c. Bridge at Verona (20x25) 230 

d. River Dordogne (17x21) 170 

e. Abbeville (20x24) 620 

Phila. A. G., April 2, 1912 a. River Arcques (26x32) 370 

Schaus, 1912 140. Degel— Norway (pastel 195^x2954) Fred. A. Ames.. 600 

THAYER, ABBOTT H.. N. A.; 1849- .American. 

Chase, 1912 118. Head of a Woman (16J4xl4) 350 

THOM, J. CRAWFORD: 1835-1898, American. 

Clarke's, April 26, 1912 170. Landscape, Ducharme 75 

Fitzgcra.d a. By the Creek 130 

THOMPSON, HARRY; 1773-1843, British. 

Buchanan 48. Sheep (18x15), Mrs. McGinnis 110 



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THOMPSON. HARRY; Contemporary, British. 

Kinney-Shawger 30. Old Farm in Picardi (32x26), Mrs. J. H. Fry 

THOREN. OTTO VON; 1828-1889, Belgian. 

ers 1 
C. J. McDonough .'...' 300 



TIEPOLO, GIOVANNI DOMENICO; 1727-1804, Italian. 

Brandus, 1912 21. Allegory (31x25), E. F. Seymour 420 

TINTORETTO (JACOPO ROBUSTI); 1518-1594, Italian. Attributed to 

Norton 16. Murder of the Innocents (24x18^), Harrison lOO 

TINTORETTO (After). 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. St. Borromeo (14x11) 90 

TISCHBEIN. KARL LUDWIG; 1797-1855, German. 

Fischer, 1912 171. Maria Theresa, Empress of Austria (41x29), D. G. 

Dcry 145 

TISSOT, JAMES J.; 1836-1902, French. 

Chase, 1912 117. At the Window (16x7), John J. Souney 200 

Newcomb 61. In the Louvre (28x18). Mrs. Glendenning ^250 

TITIAN, TIZIANO VECELLI; 1477-1576. Italian. 

Bolton 95. The Reclining Venus (drawing 6x9^), R. Ederheimcr 325 

TIVOLI. ROSA DI (ROOS, GAETANO); 1690-1750, Italian. 

Gold 10. Landscape with Cattle, Myers 80 



PAINTINGS SOLD AT AUCTION 07 

TOCQUE, LOUIS; 1696-1772. French. 

Brandus, 1912 10. Mademoiselle de Clermont (30x25), Paul Mersch.. 525 

95. Marquise de Mezieres (30x24), £. K. Stallo 440 

Hyde 149. Portrait of the Duchesse de Fontange (52x4054), J. R. De 

Lamar 2,500 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 b. Duchesse de Chartres (42x32) 750 

Phila. A. G., April 2, 1912 a. Mademoiselle de Clermont (30x25) 540 

TOJETTI. VIRGILIO; 1 851-1901, American. 

Bronder 13. The Dancing Lesson (24x36) 200 

F. A. A. G., Jan. 19, 1912 7. Spring (46x31), J. Kinsella 70 

TORREZ, ANTONIO: 1851- , Spanish. 

Schaus, 1912 191. A Spanish Beauty (24x18^4), Seymour A. Strauss.. 130 

TOULMOUCHE, AUGUSTE; 1829-1890, French. 

Buchanan 77. Reading to Mamma (2154x2554) 340 

TOURNI6RES, ROBERT; 1668-1752, French. 

Brandus, 1912 62. Duchesse de Chartres (44x33), Mrs. Amsinck 550 

" 112. Madame de Boticourt (32x25), Paul Mersch 650 

Leroy Stewart. Phila., 1912 b. Madame de Vaudieres (42x31) 290 

" " c. Duchesse de Montmorency (32x25).... 100 

d. Duchesse d'Enville (49x37) 600 

Phila. A. G., April 2, 1912 a. Madam de Crozot (39x32) 350 

TRACY, T. M.; Contemporary, American. 

Bronder 3. Sight and Scent (25x44), C. Klackner 160 

TRAVER G A 

Schaus, i912 190. Landscape (24x18), Rudolf Seckel 65 

TRAYER, JEAN BAPTISTE JULES; 1824-1909, French. 

Brandus, 1912 76. Feeding the Bird (18x13), O. G. Getzen-Danner 105 

Buchanan 47. The Wounded Dog (18x14^), Mrs. McGinnis 160 

TROUILLIBERT, PAUL DESIRfi; 1829-1900, French. 

Fischer 1912 375. By the Lake (26x32) 750 

TROYON. CONSTANT; 1810-1865, French. 

A. A. A., March 19, 1912 98. Cow and Ass Driven by a Peasant — 

Clouded Sky (2954x36), C. P. Byrnes. 2,700 

Clarke's, April 26, 1912 151. The Peasant's Home (12j^x954). R. C. 

& N. M. Vose 170 

Dun-Morton 121. Landscape with Sheep (30x28), W. B. Thompson.. 625 

Fitzgerald a. Cattle and Landscape 575 

Fukushima 561. Landscape with Cattle (554x8), F. R. Kaldenbcrg. . . . 95 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 b. Homeward Bound (15x2154) 400 

Oehme, 1912 43. Study of a Cow (19x15), Daniel Hubcr, Jr 900 

Schaus, 1912 273. Sheep in the Pasture (13x10), Mrs. Glendenning. . . 825 

Stanford 128. The Approaching Shower (2354x29) 3,500 

TROYON; Attributed to 

Kinney-Shawger 63. Returning Home (35x52), Macdonald Art Galleries 65 

TRUESDELL, G. S.: 1850-1899. American. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Winter Scene (1754x29) 130 

TRUMBULL, JOHN; 1756-1843, American. 

(k)ld 97. George Washington (30x25), Barlow 110 

TRYON, DWIGHT WILLIAM. N. A.; 1849- , American. 

Bonner 67. Daybreak (18x30), M. Knoedlcr & Co 3,000 

Fitzgerald a. Landscape 60 

TURINA; Contemporary, Italian. 

Dun-Morton 56. The Public Letter Writer (954x1254), Lauer 55 

TURNER, J. M. W., R. A.; 1775-1850. British. 

Fischer, 1912. . ... .698. A Dream of Venice (26x4254), J. G. Henry 6.000 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Venice (13x17)..... 410 

b. Ancient Italy (26x34) 230 

TWACHTMAN, JOHN H.; 1853-1902, American. 

Bonner 38. The Brook, Greenwich, Conn. (25x3454). J. Gellatly 2 400 

Chase, 1912 33. World's Fair Exposition Building (12x16), A. C. Barnes '275 

81. Boats (454x8). Meredith Hare.. no 

96. A Venetian Canal (13x9). H. A. Thornc 160 

TYLER, TAMES G.; 1855- , American. 

Dun-Morton 120. The Finish (30x54), H. S. Homer 160 

F. A. A. G., Feb. 28, 1912 116. Drifting on a Lee Shore (28x40), 

BischofF 50 

I. Stern 24. Whaler Trying-Out (16x12), E. H. Dreckerhoff 130 

UHDE, FRITZ VON; 18481911, German. 

Schaus, 1912 215. The Flight (4854x3954), Theo. Hcinemann 1,800 



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VAN THULDEN, THEODORE; 1606-1676, Flemish. 

BranduB, 1912 60. A Flemish Feast (48x62), E. K. Stallo 225 

VAN UNDEN, L.; German. 

Clarke's, April 26, 1912 163. Interior of Cathedral (12j4x21j4), 

Thompson 85 

VAUTHIER, BENJAMIN; 1829-1898, German-Swiss. 

Newcomb 42. The Botanist at Lunch (23>ix33), R. D. Williams 1,900 

VAUTHIER, L.; Contemporary, French. 

Dun-Morton 29. The Oriental Dancer (32^x22). Lauer 60 

VELASQUEZ; 15991 660, Spanish. Attributed to 

Norton 11. A Spanish Beggar (11x13^), Rosenberg 205 

Stuart 49. The Shepherd (36x29), Mrs. G. Johns 400 

VEI/fKN, WILHELM; 1847- , German. 

Graves 365. A Royal Deer Hunt (29x44), W. C. Thompson 150 

Kinney-Shawger 107. A Country Inn (9xl2}<a), La Montague 90 

VrcLY, ANATOLE: 1838- , French. 

Mrs. L. C. Weir 469. A Painting Mrs. Gray 130 

VKNNERMAN, CH. 

Kinney-Shawger 47. The Lover's Token (23xl9H), Walter Donovan.. 60 

VKRBOECKHOVEN, EUGENE JOSEPH; 1799-1881, German. 

Clarke's, March 8, 1912 113. A Sheep and Lambs (16x22), II. G. Brown 605 

Dun-Morton 105. Cattle at Evening (17^x25), H. Schultheis 160 

I'^itcgerald a. Sheep 205 

Schaus, 1912 2S8a. Sheep J. O. McDermott 145 

VEKBOECKHOVEN, LOUIS. 

F. A. A. (;., March 29, 1912 132. The Storm (10x13), J. J. Campbell.. 51 

VERDUN, R.; Contemporary, French. 

A. A. A., March 18, 1912 28. Landscape (15J^x22), Daniel Huber, Jr. 110 

VERELST, PIETER; 1643-1668, Dutch. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912...... a. The Singing- Lesson (14x19) 140 

VERESTCHAGIN, VASILI; 1842-1904, Russian. 

Bronder 11. On the Alert (14x10), M. Sloog 130 

VERHA.S, FRANZ; 1827- , Flemish. 

F. A. A. G., Jan. 19, 1912 96. Lady with Dog (27x19), W. Sleicher.. 80 

VKRMKULEN, ANDRIES: 1763-1814, Dutch. 

Bolton 113. A Winter Scene (19x25 J4), W. A. Gramer 150 

VKRNET, ANTOINE CHARLES HORACE; 1758-1836, French. 

Robb 505. A Four-in-Hand (24x38), Edward Brandus 270 

VKRNKT, CLAUDE JOSEPH; 1714-1789, French. 

Fitzgerald a. The Shipwreck 300 

( Jolrl 45. Admiral of French Fleet Landing 160 

Kobb 502. The Falls of Tivoli (32j4x2S5^) 400 

" 503. The Falls of Tivoli (38 J4x25j^) 400 



V KRNON, A. U. ; Contemporary, French. 

(iraven ^77. An Old Mill on the Upper Loire (21x28), F. R. Kaldenberg 55 

VFRNON F. 

' Clarkc'H,"ApriI 26, 1912 165. Ideal Head (20x24), Andrew Smith 75 

VKRSPRONCK, JAN; 1597-1662, Dutch. 

Brandus, 1912 54. Portrait of a Man (30x25), F. Mitchell 230 

•* 86. Portrait of a Young Lady (43^x30^), F. A. Lawes 1,800 

Phila. A. (}., Apill 2. 1912 a. Portrait of a Man (30x25) 230 

VKR/JN, FRED. 

Sands 63. Breakfast Time (40x26), H. F. Thompson 52 

VKBTIER, ANTOINE; 1740-1824. French. 

Bolton 51. La Duchesse de Nanteuil (19x245^), O. G. Jennings 325 

Brandus, 1912 17. Madame de Colande (50x40). Lanthier's 280 

Clarke's, April 26, 1912 167. Portrait of Madame de Bonneval 

Moore 550 

Flower, 1912 517. Portrait of Countess d'Estrades (49x39), J. R. De 

Lamar 360 

VEVRASSET, JULF.S JACQUES; 1827-1893, French. 

Leroy Stewart. Plilla., 1912 a. Harvesting (13x16) 95 

•• •• b. .At the Ford (10x18) 130 



PAINTINGS SOLD AT AUCTION 71 

VIBERT, TEHAN GEORGES; 1840-1902, French. 

A. A. A., March 18. 1912 Head of a Cardinal (8x6^), Louis L. Firuski 675 

March 19, 1912 97. Les Cadets de Gascogne (27^x37^), 

Harry B. Smith 1,025 

Bronder 104. A Cigarette (w. c. 14x10 J4). G. A. Dowdcn 150 

Crocker 44. The Canon's Dinner (2154x29), P. W. Rouss 3,350 

Clarke's, April 26, 1912 168. The Woodcutter (w. c. 8^x1154), Thomp- 
son 80 

Dun-Morton 108. A Rainy Day (22x18), Thomas 725 

Fischer, 1912 155. An Egyptian Water-Carrier (33xl9j4), S. C. Hooker 100 

Fitzgerald a. Vibert and Zamagois on the Rocks at Etretat 530 

B. Stem 86. Cardinal and Parrot (w. c. 26x20^4), Edward C. Blum.. 585 

I. Stem 135. Sermon sur I'Abstinence (26x32), Lanthier*s 2,900 

Mrs. L. C. Weir 478. A Monk. Mrs. Gray 100 

VIGNALI, JACOPO; 15921664, Italian. 

Spence a. The Assumption of the Virgin (65x71) 250 

" b. Hagar and the Angel (66x85) SO 

VILLEGAS, JOSfi DE; 1848- , Spanish. 

Chase, 1912 19. An Arab (ll>4x9), B. Williams 230 

108. The Guard (w. c. 16x10), Mr. Sterling 60 

VINCENT, GEORGE; 1796-1832, British. 

B. Stem 35. • Landscape i23x27yi) 260 

VINEA. FRANCESCO; 1846- , Italian. 

Chase, 1912 20. After the Bath (10x13), Oscar Dressier 260 

VOGT, ADOLPH; 1843- , (Jerman. 

F. A. A. G., March 28, 1912 84. Harvest Scene in a Storm (40x84), 

Lewis M. White 85 

Schaus, 1912 193. Cows in Pasture (18x2554), John J. Souney 65 

VOLLET, HENRI; 1861- , French. 

Ward 789. Grandmother's Birthday (21x29), Miss Butler 85 

VOLLON, ANTOINE; 1833-1900, French. 

Boury 80. Landscape 654x9>4). S. H. Wakeman 110 

Chase, 1912 24. Still Life (9^x13), H. F. Stoehr 280 

38. Landscape— Trcport (1054x16), J. J. Campbell 220 

41. Still Life— Oysters, etc. (12^x16), R. C. ft N. M. Vose 310 

88. Landscape — Dieppe (85^x1054), Rudolf Seckel 360 

92. Fish (9x12?^), H. A. Thorne 300 

98. Still Life (954x13). F. A. Vanderlip 280 

111. Landscape (13x16), R. C. & N. M. Vose 450 

112. Fish in the Market (1254x185^), W. A. Putnam 350 

120. Flowers (18^x1454), A. Snead 480 

132. Portrait of Rosa Bonheur when young (21x17), A. 

W. Herzog 250 

152. Fruit (25>4x32), S. Fielding 1,075 

Clarke's, April 26, 1912 169. Street Scene (954x1354), Pierce 90 

Fischer, 1912 679. Still Life (38x2254), J. G. Henry 300 

Newcomb 15. A Donkey (1254x15^4, H. N. Spraker 725 

Schaus, 1912 276. The Fisherman's Return (18x22), Mrs. W. Rumscy. 500 

279. Still Life (24x1954), Frederick Layton 480 

VOLTZ, FRIEDRICH; 1817-1886, German. 

Bronder 20. Cattle Returning Home in the Tyrol (1754x35), Holland 

Art Galleries 510 

79. Cattle (9x1554), D. G. Dery 250 

Dun-Morton 72. Cattle (18x35), Theo. Heinemann 750 

Fitzgerald a. Cattle and Landscape 420 

VON BLAAS. EUGEN; 1843- , German. 

Clarke's, April 26, 1912 173. Portrait of the Artist's Wife (165^x14), 

Thompson 150 

WAGNER, PAUL; 1852- . Orman. 

Schaus, 1912 225. Children Fishing (3554x5154), A. T. Scofield 250 

WALCOTT, H. M.; 1870- . American. 

Oehme. 1912 103. The Dilemma (24x18), J. O. McDermott 50 

WALKER, T. A.; British. 

Flower, 1912 508. A French Outpost (18x24), Weinberg 215 

Clarke's March 7, 1912 20. Cavalryman (19^x2654), H. D. G. Rohlfs. 

Jr 50 

WALLET, ALBERT CHARLES; Contemporary, French. 

F. A. A. G., March 29. 1912 164. Barbizon Landscape (39x31), S. 

Blossom 180 



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WARDLE, ARTHUR; Contemporary, British. 

Kinney-Shawger 83. Japanese Spaniels (16x20), A. Tooth & Sons 100 

WASHINGTON, GEORGES; 1827- ? , French. 

Kinney-Shawger 50. Crossing the Stream (20x24), H. Kearney 130 

WATTEAU, JEAN ANTOINE; 1684-1721, French. 

Bolton 17. Chansons d' Amour (9xl2}i). Wm. B. Thompson 525 

" 96. Fete Champ^re (10^x14), Mrs. G. Johns 4,500 

" 125. La Mnsique (23x28^), R. Ederheimer 450 

WATTEAU, SCHOOL OF 

Bolton 70. Pastoral Music (31 yix2B}i), Leventritt, Inc 105 

WATTS. FREDERICK W.; 1817-1904, British. 

Brandus, 1912 15. Welsh Landscape (40x50), Charles Strauss 100 

115. On the River (40x50), H. D. Bahcock 350 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Welsh Landscape (28x.^6) 65 

WEBER, THEODORE ALEXANDRE; 1838-1907, French. 

Qarke's, March 7, 1912 11. Marine (13x12), H. Schultheis 75 

WEBER, THOMAS. 

Hyde 67. Off Tr^rt (22x34), H. Schultheis 130 

WEBER, WESLEY. 

Clarke's, April 26. 1912 174. Return of the Fishing Boats, 

Ducharme 52 

WEEKS. EDWIN LORD; 1849-1903, American. 

Crocker 72. Moorish Street Scene (32x25^), W. Stursberg 1,175 

Flower, 1912 505. A Procession in India (23Hi3cl8), Klingenstein . . . . 180 

WEELE, H. J. VAN DER; 1852- . Dutch. 

A. A. A.. March 19, 1912 91. Sheep (23x34), James M. Beck 550 

WEILAND, JOHANNES: 1858- , Dutch. 

Brandus, 1912 87. Preparing for Market (16x22), J. Morrison 165 

Fischer, 1912 162. The Vegetable Seller (31x39). Holland Art Galleries 195 

Kinney-Shawger 51. At the Window (20x12), Macdonald Art (Galleries 85 

WEIR, J. ALDEN, 1852- , American. 

Bonner 39. Willimantic Thread Factory (24^x33^), Mrs. Glendenning 600 

WE I S B LO(rHEN 

Kinney-Shawger 64. Mills in Holland (45x60), R. A. Gushee 115 

WEISS, GEORGE; 1864- . French. 

Bronder 36. Contentment (13x10$^), A. H. Cosden 85 

WEISS, JOSfi; Contemporary, French. 

A. A. A., March 18, 1912 29. Midday (14x24), C. J. McDonough 210 

Fischer, 1912 696. Moonrise (365^x60), H. M. Ives 250 

W.EISSENBRUCK, JOHANNES HENDRIK; 1824-1903. Dutch. 

Bonner 14. Holland Meadows (w. c. 12^x22^), R. C. & N. M. Vose.. 675 

Fischer, 1912 691. A Roadside Cottage (25^x33^$). O. Fukushima... 875 

Kinney-Shawger 55. Dutch Landscape (9x14), Moulton & Rickettes... 200 

Schaus, 1912 257. The Canal near Baskop (8xl5M)> N. A. Groen 650 

*' 294. On the Shore (40x50^), M. Knoedler & Co 3,300 

WEISZ, ADOLPHE; Contemporary, French. 

Phila., A. G., Feb. 16, 1912 A Royal Pet 200 

WEST. BENJAMIN, P. R. A.: 1738-1820, American. 

Harrison, 1912 25. Sir Philip Sydney (78x62), C. K. Smith 550 

WESTERBECK, C; Contemporary, Dutch. 

Chase, 1912 30. Dutch C^tUe (9^xl5H)i M. C. Migel 210 

WHIPPLE, C AYER; 1859- , American. 

Schaus, 1912 209. Stray Notes (30x18), Mrs. Heinze 50 

229. Portrait of John Hay (40x52), E. M. Maguire 65 

WHISTLER, JAMES A. McNEILL; 1834-1903, American. 

Chase, 1912 140. The Celld Player (24x20), F. A. Vanderlip 825 

WHITTREDGE, WORTHINGTON, N. A.; 1820-1910. American. 

Dun-Morton 25. In the Woods (20x15), H. D. G. Rholfs, Jr 55 

WICKJINS, CARLETON, N. A.; 1848- , American. 

Anderson's, May 16, 1912 336. Cattle at Pasture (12x18), J. W. Lynde 

F. A. A. G., Feb. 28, 1912 148. Returning Home (10x14). E. J. Steiner 

WILES, IRVING R., N. A.; 1861- , American. 

Clarke's, March 7, 1912 39. A Fair Reader (13x10), Louis Katz 

WILKIE, DAVID; 1785-1841, British. 

Harrison, 1912 35. Scotch Nurse (10x8) 60 



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WILLE, CLARA VON; ? 1883, Dutch. 

Harrison, 1912 6. The Bone of Contention (47x67), Thomas B. 

Klngsley 135 

WILLEMS, FLORENT; 1823-1905, Flemish. 

Chase, 1912 115. Lady in White Satin (15;^xllf^). Henry Steers... 400 

WILLEMS L. 

Dun-Morton 35. The Mother (10^x8^), Lauer 60 

WILUAMS, FREDERICK BALLARD, N. A.; 1871- , American. 

Bonner 47. Block Island (25)4x30), Harrison Williams 575 

Lawson 59. Glimpse of the Sea (24x30), Wm. Macbeth 400 

92. The Dappled Valley (12x16), Mr. Glendenning ISO 

136. Diana at Rest (31x26), Harrison Williams 725 






WILSON, RICHARD, R. A.; 1713-1782, British. 

Bolton 145. Dance of Nvmphs (26^x34), Mrs. D. P. Ushikubo 175 

Fischer, 1912 141. An Italian Landscape (20x30) 155 

WISSING, WILLIAM; 16551687, Dutch. 

(xrigsby 1175. Mary, Princess of Orange, afterward (Consort of Will- 
iam III (60x45), W. C. Thompson.. 450 

WITKOWSKI. K.; Contemporary, American. 

Bronder......24. Two Pals (29^x20), E. M. Maguire 125 

WITTKAMP, B. 

Harrison, 1912 27. King Lear, Gloster and Edgar (98^x77^) 85 

WOOD, OGDEN; 18SM912, American. 

F. A. A. G., March 28, 1912 74. Cattle in a Pool (13x16), G. Fulton 50 

WORMS, JULES; 1822- , French. 

Bronder 96. A Bridal Tour (24^x20;^), D. G. Dery 950 

Dun-Morton a65. "Shall I, or Shall I Not?" (w. c. 15x10^), G. A. 

Bronder 57 

91. The Serenade (18^x15), Kingman 225 

Schaus, 1912 178. The Tomato Seller (18x22), John F. Harris 475 

I. Stem b6S. Spanish Tavern (24x31f4)» John J. Souney 775 

WOUVERMAN, PHILIPS; 16191668, Dutch. 

Fitzgerald a. Landscape with Figures 420 

(jold. 90. Landscape with Horses and Figures 140 

Grigsby 1158. The Marshal of the Company (12^x14^). Pau] Watkins 160 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 b. Horses (10x13) 170 

WYANT,. ALEXANDER H., N. A.; 1836-1892. American. 

Bonner 66. No Man's Land (18^x30H)> M. Knoedler ft Co 6,500 

Clarke's, April 25, 1912 100. MounUin Landscape (14x20). McDonough 

Art Galleries 100 

March 8, 1912 133. Landscape (20x30), H. Schultheis 2,300 

April 26, 1912 210. Opening Through the Woods (12^x9k) 400 

211. Landscape (7x12), McDonough Art Cial- 

leries 200 

Fitzgerald a. The Last Gleams 160 

^' b. The Brook 110 

" c. Snow Scene 170 

Flower, 1912 512. Landscape (19^x28), M. Knoedler & Co *.. 3,750 

Lawson 13. Afternoon (9x14), Wm. Macbeth t 825 

" 93. Sunset (12x16). Wm. Macbeth 800 

" 99. A (rfay Day (13^x18^). Wm. Macbeth 1,450 

'^ 111. A Summer Afternoon (16Hx22Hi)* J. Bemet 3.500 

" 116. Landscape (18j4x25) 3.100 

WYNANTS, JAN; 1615-1679. Dutch. 

Leroy Stewart, Phila.. 1912 River Scene (26x34) 280 

YATES. CULLEN; 1866- , American. 

Kinney-Shawger 68. Trout Stream (24x30), Holland Art Galleries.. 65 

YATES F 

Ward.'. 822. The Pet Mice (37x30). Bartinett 175 

ZAMACOIS, EDUARDO; 18431871, Spanish. 

Buchanan 8. In the Library (5^x4), C W. Kraushaar 250 

Crocker 4. Judgment (6^x4>4)» John J. Souney 250 

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ZIEM. FELIX: 182M90S, French. 

A. A. A., March 18. 1912 30. Venice (16j4x27j4), G. G. Eddy 1,290 

March 19, 1912 85. Geese (17x27). C. P. Byrnes 350 

99. Grand Canal. Venice (29^x37), B. IC 

Bemet 1,500 

102. Fete at Venice (32^x485^), LouU 

Ralston 2,100 

April 2, 1912 485. Marine (7x8^), Holland Art Galleries.. 55 

Boury 17. On the Golden Horn (3j4x8), M. Knoedler & Co 52 

,24. Fishing Boats (5^x7^), M. Knoedler & Co 60 

32. Venice from San Giorgio (5f4x8^), M. Knoedler & Co... 105 

,44. Venice by Moonlight (8J4x6j4), Dr. J. Martini 95 

** 55. Church of the Rendentorc, Venice (9x6H). M. Knoedler 

& Co 425 

Bronder 40. On the Lagoon (12x29) 380 

Buchanan 65. Venice (24x3054), W. C. Thompson 2,400 

Chase. 1912 35. Back of Venice (10j4xl6), M. C. Migel 775 

Dun-Morton 109. On the Grand Canal (21x56), Lanthier's 6,000 

F. A. A. G., March 29, 1912 185. A Painting Phila. Art 

Galleries 722 

Fischer, 1912 383. The Quay at MarseUles (22x27^) 1.250 

*' 658. View of the Piazza San Marco (sketch 6x9), 

Moses Tannenbaum 65 

Kinney-Shawger 110. Venice (26x32), Dr. L. Spiegel 1,250 

Leroy Stewart, Phila., 1912 a. Venice (15x22) 180 

b. Grand Canal, Venice (25x32) 250 

b. Venice (8x14) 120 

c. Grand Canal (35x51) 1,725 

c. The Rialto (28x35) 270 

Phila. A. G., April 2, 1912 a. Grand Canal (25x32) 670 

Schaus, 1912 181. Sunset over Cadore (15x21J4), P. W. Rouss 1,125 

227. Innudation, Place St. Marc (51^4x3854), Gto. Petit 

Galleries 3,500 

269. Public Gardens, Venice, Moonliglit (16j4x25), Alba 

B. Johnson 1,650 

" 296. View of Constantinople (42x63 J4), Geo. Petit Gal- 
leries 3,500 

ZIER, EDOUARD; 1856- , French. 

F. A. A. G., March 29, 1912 172. Ideal (24xl9j4), J. R. De Lamar.. 150 

ZIMMERMAN, E.; 1852- . German. 

Kinney-Shawgcr 32. The Troubadour (25x19), II. Schultheis 160 

ZORN, ANDERS; 1860- , Swedish. 

Grigsby 1149. A Bather (3854x26) 8,500 

^' 1153. The Bather (38x26j4), Hugo Rcisinger 4.250 

ZURBARAN, FRANCESCO; 1598-1662, Spanish. 

Phila. A. G., April 2, 1912 a. Portrait of St. Frangois d'Assise (25x21) 130 

ZURBARAN, FRANCESCO; Attributed to 

Norton 20. Head of a Monk (31x24), Rosenberg 70 

ZUGEL, HEINRICH; 1850- , German. 

Chase, 1912 51. A Narrow Passage (135^x19), John J. Sounev 271 

Mrs. L. C. Weir 464. Cattle H. Schultheis 280 



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Obituaries 

October, 1911, through December, 1912 

ALLEN, JOHN M., F.A.I.A.— An architect, died at Marion, Mass., Feb. 13, 1912. 
He was born in that city June 24, 1842. His architectural training was begun in 
the office of Ware & Van Brunt, of Boston. He was elected an Associate of the 
American Institute of Architects in 1879 and a Fellow in 1889. 

ANSCHUTZ. THOMAS POLLOCK.— A figure painter, died at his home, Fort Wash- 
ington. Pa., June 16, 1912. He was born in Newport, Ky., Oct. 5, 1851; was a punil 
of the National Academy of Design in New York, the Pennsylvania Academy oi tne 
Fine Arts in Philadelphia and of Doucet and Bouguereau in Paris. He was a member 
of the Fellowship of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, the Philadelphia 
Water Color Club, the New York Water Color Club and for thirty years an in- 
structor at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. He received an honorable 
mention at the Art Club of Philadelphia, 1901 ; silver medal at the St. Louis Ex- 
position, 1904; gold medal of honor and the Lippincott prize at the Pennsylvania 
Academy, 1909; and a gold medal at the Buenos-Aires Exposition, 1910. 

ASHLEY, L. SEYMOUR.— A painter, died Oct. 27, 1912. 

BACON. HENRY.— A painter, died at Cairo, Egypt, March 13, 1912. He was born at 
Haverhill, Mass., in 1839, and with his father moved to Providence and then to 
Philadelphia. At eighteen he enlisted and became field artist for Leslie's Weekly. 
Later he went to Paris and studied with Frere and Cabanel, then settled in London. 
Was noted for pictures in water color of Normandy and of caravan life in Egypt. 

BAKER, MARyHA SUSAN. — A portrait and miniature painter, died in Chicago Dec. 
21, 1911. She was born at Evansville, Ind., Dec. 25, 1871. She studied at the 
Art Institute of Chicago; was a member of the Chicago Society of Artists and of 
the Society of Western Artists. She received the first prize for miniatures at the 
Arch^ Salon, Chicago, 1897; bronze medal for miniatures, St. Louis Exposition, 
1904; honorable mention at Carnegie Institute, Pittsburg, 1904; Municipal Art League 
prize at the Art Institute of Chicago and the Chicago Society of Artists' medal, 1905. 

BALL, lllOMAS.- A sculptor, died at Montclair. N. J., Dec. 11, 1911, in his 93rd year. 
He was born in Charfestown, Mass., June 3, 1819: early in his career he was a 
member of the famous Handel and Ilaydn Society of Boston and took part in the 
first production of "Elijah" in this country. He resided in Florence, Italy, from 18f»5 
to 1897, then returned to the United States and in 1898 settled at Montclair. The 
most notable of Mr. Ball's works are the equestrian statue of Washington in Wash- 
ington; the "Lincoln Emancipation Group" in Washington; a statue of Governor 
Andrews at the State House in Boston; Daniel Webster in Central Park, New 
York; Josiah Quincy in front of the City Hall, Boston, and Charles Sumner in the 
public gardens, Boston. Although known chiefly as a schulptor Mr. Ball was also 
a painter and several years ago he completed a canvas on which he had been laboring 
at intervals for fiftv years, "Jesus Speaking to Martha and Mary." He was an 
honorary fellow of tne National Sculpture Society. 

BALL-HUGHES, GEORGIANA.— A painter, died in Dorchester, Mass., Oct. 10. 1911, at 
the age of 83 years. She was the daughter of the late Robert Ball-Hughes, the 
painter and sculptor; studied in Europe and lived much of her time in London. 

BARTLETT, FREDERICK EUGENE.— A landscape painter, died at Highland Falls, 
N. Y., in June, 1911. He was born at West Point, N. /., Nov. 13. 1852; was a 
pupil of the National Academy of Design under Wilmarth and Beckwith in New 
York; Carolus-Duran in Paris; and H^polite Michaud at Beaumc, France. He re- 
ceived a silver medal at the St. Louis Exposition in 1904. 

BISHOP, EMILY CLAYTON.— A sculptor, died at her home in Smithsburg, Md.. 
March 2, 1912, aged twenty. She graduated at the Pennsylvania Academy of the 
Fine Arts in Philadelphia in 1911 and was regarded as one of the most promising 
of America's younger sculptors. She was represented in the 1912 Pennsylvania 
Academy's exhibition by three works. 

BLAKE, JAMES EDWARD. — A landscape painter, died at his home in Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Feb. 11, 1912. He was born in Peru, Ind., June 8, 1864; was a pupil of L. H. 
MeaKin, R. T. Clark, J. H, Sharp, Vincent Nowottny and Frank Duveneck in Cin- 
cinnati. He was a member of the Cincinnati Art Club. 

BORDEN, GARRICK MALLORY.— Assistant instructor in fine arts at Harvard Uni- 
versity, died in Cambridge, Mass., May 24, 1912. He was graduated from Cornell in 
1899 and had been assistant instructor at Harvard since 1909. 

BURNHAM, DANIEL HUDSON, F.A.I.A.— A prominent Chicago architcet. died in 
Heidelberg, Germany, June 1, 1912. He was born in Henderson, N. Y., Sept. 4, 
1846, and when ten years old was taken to Chicago where he spent the greater part 
of his^ life. ^ He was the chief of construction and director of works of the World's 
Fair in Chicago in 1893. He designed many prominent buildings in New York 






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and Chicago, and when San Francisco was devastated by the earthqiiake he was 
called to direct the laying out of the new city. He held honorary degrees from our 
prominent universities; was a fellow and twice president of the American Institute of 
Architects, and a member of the National Institute of Arts and Letters, and chair- 
man of the Federal Commission of Fine Arts. He was awarded a bronze medal at 
the Paris Exposition in 1900 and a gold medal at the St. Louis Exposition in 1904. 

CAMPBELL, A. S. — A photographer whose home was at Elizabeth, N. J., died in Ar- 
cachon, France, Aug. 3, 1912, in his 73rd year. He came to the I^ted States in 
1866 and was a pioneer in the development of art photography; he produced an 
edition of the Bible illustrated entirely by photographs taken by him m the Holy 
Land. 

CANFIELD, BIRTLEY KING.— A sculptor, died at his home in Ravenna, Ohio, Nov. 
30, 1912. He was bom at Ravenna, Dec. 12, 1866; studied in Cleveland, Ohio, and 
was a pupil of Falguiere in Paris. He was awarded an honorable mention at the 
Paris Salon in 1896. He was a member of the Architectural League of New York 
and the Salmagundi Club. He made a specialty of dogs and other animals; his death 
was the result of being bitten by a dog. 

CARR, LYELL.— A landscape painter, died in New York, Feb. 17, 1912. He was bom 
in Chicago, 111., in 185/; was a pupil of the Ecole des Beaux- Arts in Paris under 
Lefebvre and Boulanger. ^ He received a silver medal and diploma for the decoration 
for the Standard Oil Building at the Paris Exposition in 1SH)0 and a bronze medal 
at the St. Louis Exposition in 190A, He decorated the town house of Thomas F. 
Ryan and had recently completed designs for the new Newark courthouse. 

CARSTENS, FREDERICK.— An architect of Baltimore, died at Bloomington. 111., July 
9, 1912, at the age of 48. 

CAWEIN, FRED W.— Staff artist of the Louisville Times, died in Louisville, Ky., Feb. 
19. 1912, at the age of 44 years. He had been on the staff of The- Times twenty- 
three years. 

CLAY, WILLIAM.— A landscape painter, died in New York Dec. 31, 1911, aged 50 years. 

COFFIN, ISABEL C— A painter, died at Summit, New Jersey, in Oct, 1912. She was 
bom in Portland, Me. 

DARRACH, JAMES AERTSEN.— An architect, died in New York July 6. 1912. He 
was bom at Germantown, Pa., Dec. 12, 1874; was graduated from Columbia University 
in 1896 and had long been associated in business with Bruce Price. He built the 
Teachers College Dormitory at Columbia Universitv and many residences and 
apartment houses. He was a member of the New York Chapter of the American 
Institute of Architects and was elected an Associate of the Institute in 1909. 

DAVENPORT, HOMER CALVIN.— A cartoonist, died May 2, 1912. He was born at 
Silverton, Ore., March 8, 1867; reared on a farm in Oregon and never attended 
an art school. Was a jockey, railroad fireman, clown in a circus, was employed in 
1892 on the "San Francisco Examiner*'; taken to New York by W. R. Hearst in 
1895 and became a member of the staff of the New York Taumal (American). \Vent 
to Europe in 1897 where he met and cartooned many public tneuj including Gladstone 
and sketched the Dreyfus trial. In 1906 he was granted permission iQr the Sultan 
of Turkey to export twenty-seven Arabian horses, said to be t&e only real Arabian 
horses in America. Author of "Davenport's Cartoons," "The Dollar or the Man?" dtc 

DEAN, WALTER LOFTHOUSE.— A marine painter, died at his home in East Gloucester, 
Mass., March 13-14, 1912. He was born in Lowell, Mass., June 4, 1854; was a 
pupil of Lefebvre, Boulanger and Oudinot in Paris. He was a member of the 
Boston Art Qub, Paint and Clay Club and the Copley Society; also of the Salma- 

fundi Club of New York. He received a silver medal at the Massachusetts Charitable 
lechanics' Association of Boston in 1887 and the highest award in 1895 and a 
medal at the St. Louis Exposition in 1904. 

DE CORDOBA, MATHILDE J.— A painter, died in New York April 28. 1912. She was 
born in New York and was a pupil of the Art Students' League of New York and 
Aman-Jean in Paris. She was a member of the Woman's Art Club of New York 
and the MacDowell Club. 

DESPRADELLE, CONSTANT DESIRE.— An architect, died in Boston Sept, 2. 1912. 
He was born at Chaumont, France, May 20, 1862. At the age of 20, he was admitted 
to the Ecole des Beaux Arts of Paris, first amon|[ 140 candidates; in 1893 he was 
appointed on the staff of the Department of Agriculture at the Massachusetts In- 
stitute of Technology; in 1899 he won one of the first awards in the Phoebe Hearst 
competition for plans for the University of California, and was afterward a member 
of tne Advisory Board for building that university. In 1919 he became corresponding 
member of the Institute de France, Academic des Beaux Arts; was a member of the 
Boston Society of Architects and had been vice-president of the Society of Beaux- 
Arts Achitccts. 

DIAMANT, DAVID S.— A portrait and landscape painter, died in New York July 19, 
1912, in his sixty-third year. He was born in Gerihanv and studied at the £cole 
des Beaux Arts in Paris. Coming to America in the middle sixties he served in Uie 
Civil War. He painted the portrait of Archbishop Ryan which hangs in the Cathedral 
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DICE. DAVID A.— A portrait painter, died at York, Pa., Jan. 26. 1912. He was 6fty-five 
years old. 

DYER, CHARLES GIFFORD.— A painter, died at Munich, iiavaria. Jan. 26, 1912. He 
was born at Chicago, 111., in 1851. At first he entered marine service, then edited, 
with Lincoln, the anti-slavery pai>er in which Uncle Tom's Cabin was first published. 
He later devoted himself to painting, selecting chiefly architectural subjects. An 
"Interior of St. Mark's at Venice" belongs to Mr. J, Pierpont Morgan. He had 
planned a series of thirty paintings showing the rums of Greece, out |his work 
was not completed. 

EATON, D. CADY. — A professor of Criticism and History of Art at Yale University 
for about thirty years, died in New Haven, Conn., May 11, 1912. He was born in 
1838 and was graduated from Yale in the class of 1860. He was an officer of the 
Civil War ana later studied law in the Columbia Law School. Professor Eaton 
presented his lectures and over 7,000 lantern slides to the Metropolitan Musetim of 
Art in New York. 

EHRICH, LOUIS R. — An art collector and dealer in antique paintings, died in London 
Oct. 23, 1911. He was bom in Albany, \. Y., Jan. 23, 1849, ana was a graduate 
of Yale University. He traveled in Europe from 1878-1885 studying antique paint- 
ings and later opened a gallery in New York. He was prominent in politics and 
wrote on political economy. 

ELWELL. jJ. GEROME.— A landscape painter, died in Naples. Italy. Dec. 27, 1912. at 
the age of 55. His home was at Somerville, Mass. 

ERICSON. MAURITZ A.— A sculptor, died in Pelham, N. Y., Oct. 24, 1912, at the 
age of 76. 

FRANCOIS, ALEXANDER.^A portrait painter, died at his home in Albany, N. Y.. 
March 1, 1912, at the age of 88. He was bom in Belgium, studied in Paris, came 
to this country when 25 years of age and settled in New York, later going to 
Rochester and then to Albuiy. He painted landscapes at first but later confined his 
work to portraits, some of which are in the Court ox Appeals at Albany. 

FURNESS, FRANK.— An architect, died in Media, Pa., June 30. 1912. He was a mem- 
ber of the firm of Fumess, Evans & Co. and was Captain of the Sixth Pennsylvania 
Cavalry during the Civil War, receiving a Congressional medal for courage. 

GEORGE. RICHARD F.-— A sculptor, died at his home in Brooklyn, New York. N. Y.. 
Sept. 28, 1912. aged 47 years. He was bom in San Francisco, and was a son of 
Henry George, the single tax advocate. Among his best known works are two 
tablets in the Union Square Hotel, New York, in memory of his father and of 
William Lloyd Garrison. He had made portrait busts of many prominent persons. 

HAMBLIN. NELSON.— An architect, died at his home in Brooklvn, N. Y., Feb. 1. 1912, 
aged 84 Years. He built the State Armory at Auburn and other public buildings 
throughout the State. 

HARTLEY, JONATHAN SCOTT, N.A.— A noted sculptor, died at his home in New 
York City, Dec. 6, 1912. Mr. Hartley was born in Albany, N. Y., Sept. 23, 1845. 
and his aptitude as a stone worker attracted the attention of Erastus D. Palmer, one 
of the early American sculptors. At the age of 21 he went to England and later studied 
in Pant and Italy. On his retum he settled in New York and married a daushter 
of the painter, George Inness. He was elected an associate of the National Acaaemy 
of Dcti^ in 1879 and a member in 1891; at the time of his death he was secretary 
of the National Sculpture Society, a member of the Architectural League of New 
York, and of the Salmagundi Qub. (See portrait.) 

HARVEY, CHARLES Y.— A sculptor, died in New York Jan. 27, 1912, aged 43 years. 
He was a pupil of Augustus Saint Gaudens. and assisted him with the Shaw 
Memorial for Boston, and the Sherman Monument in New York; in 1907 he won 
the three years' scholarship in sculpture of the American Academy in Rome. On his 
retum he settled in New York, and at the time of his death was at work on a 
fountain for a Connecticut town. 

HEINEMANN^ ERNST.— A wood-engraver, died on Stoten Island, May 11, 1912. He 
was born m Brunswick. Germany* Feb. 10, 1848, and came to the United States in 
1872. He was a pupil of A. Closs and of Brendeamour and studied at the Art 
Students' League m New Yoric. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club. A 
bronze medal was awarded to him at the Pan-American Expositon at Buffalo in 1901. 

HERNDL. MARIE.— A painter, died at her home in Milwaukee, Wis., May 14, 1912. 
She first became prominent during the Chicago World's I'air in 1893 when she was 
awarded a bronze medal for her painted glass window "The Fairy Queen." In 1904 
she was awarded medals and diplomas at the St. Louis World's Pair. 

HERZOG. FELIX BENEDICT.— A photographer, painter and inventor, died in New York 
April 21, 1912. He was a graduate of CoKimbia University. He was born in 
New York; was a pupil of F. Rondel and the Art Students' League of New York; 
was a member of the National Arts Club, Camera Club and the Municipal Art 
Society. He devised a method of illustrating by photograohing groups of models in 
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HUBERT, PHILIP C.ENGEMBRE.-— An architect, died at his home in Los Angeles, 
Cal., Nov. i5, 1911, at the age of 81. He was born in Paris and came to this country 
4it the age of 19 years, settling in Cincinnati where he became an instructor in 
French. Mr. Hubert came to New York in 1865 and with J. L. Pirsson established 
the firm of Hubert & Pirsson, architects. He was the originator of the co-operative 
apartment house and built the Navarro houses in West Fiftv-ninth street. Other 
apartment houses designed by him were the Chelsea, the Hawtnorne and the Sevilla. 
He had retired from business and lived in California since 1896. 

ISRAELS, CHARLES HENRY.— An architect and member of the firm of Israels & 
Harder of New York, died in Yonkers, N. Y., Nov. 13, 1911. He was born in 
New York City Dec. 23, 1865; was a pupil of Charles B. Atwood in that city and 
finished his studies in France. He was secretary of the Municipal Art Society, a 
member of the Architectural Lea^e of New York, New York Chapter of the American 
Institute of Architects^ an associate of the Institute and one of the members of the 
Municipal Art Commission of Yonkers. He was a nephew of the painter, Josef 
Israels. 

KENT, EDWARD A., F.A.I. A.— An architect, died when the Titanic sank, April IS. 
1912. He was born at Bangor, Me., Feb. 19, 1854. He studied at the Ecole des 
Beaux Arts in Paris; on his return he went to Syracuse, N. Y., then to Washington 
and finally settled in Buffalo where he designed many important buildings. He was 
a member of the Buffalo Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, and was 
elected an associate of the main body in 1885, and a fellow in 1889. 

KLUCKEN, GERARD A.— A portrait painter, died December 10, 1912. He was born 
in Genoa, Italy, 61 years ago and came to New York from Boston where he had 
formerly resided. 

LENZ, OSCAR.— A sculptor, died June 25, 1912, at the age of 38. He was born at 
Providence, R. I.; at 12 years old he entered the Rhode Island School of Design 
at Providence and when 17 came to New York, studied at Art Students' League 
under Saint Gaudens, who took an interest in him and gave him part of the modeling 
of the statue of Diana on Madison Square Garden tower to execute. Mr. Lenz 
executed parts of the Court of Honor for the World's Fair at Chicago in 1893 and 
then went to Paris where he studied under Saulierre. On his return to this countrv 
he executed the Colonial Group at Charleston. S. C. and did the ornamental work 
on the new bridge at Buffalo and some of the groups in the Pennsylvania Railroad 
Station in New York. 

LEOPOLD, WILLIAM.— An illustrator, died at his home in Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 15, 
1911, at the age of 44. He had served through the Spanish War. 

LIPPINCOTT, MARGARETTE.— A painter, died in Sept., 1910. She was born in 
Philadelphia in 1862 and studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 
and at the Art Students' League in New York City, bhe was a member of the 
New York Water Color Club and an honorary member of the Philadelphia Water 
Color Club. She received an honorable mention at the Pennsylvania Academy of 
the Fine Arts in 1897. 

LUMLEY, ARTHUR.— An illustrator and painter of Brooklyn, N. Y., died in Mt. 
Vernon, N. Y., Sept. 27, 1912, in his 75th year. He was born in Dublin and came 
to the United States before he was 21. He studied in the National Academy of 
Design in New York, and was the first artist sent to the army of the Potomac by 
Frank Leslie; for many years he was connected with illustrated papers here and in 
Europe. 

MacCAMERON, ROBERT LEA.— A painter, died in New York Dec. 29, 1912. He 
was bom in Chicago Jan. 14, 1866; studied in Paris under G^rome and Collin. He 
was elected an Associate of the National Academy of Design in 1910 and was a 
member of the Paris Society of American Painters, the International Society of 
Painters, Sculptors and Gravers, and the recently organized National Society of 
Portrait Painters. 

MacCLURE, COLBERT ANDERSON.— An architect, died at Pittsburgh, Pa., April 
29, 1912. He was born at Delphi, Ind., March 27, 1870; graduated from the Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology in 1894, and entered the office of Peabodv & 
Stearns in Boston, later taking charge of their Pittsburgh office. At the time ot his 
death he was a member of the firm of MacClure & Spanr who designed many build- 
ings in Pittsburgh and vicinity. He was a member ot the Pittsburgn Chapter of the 
American Institute of Architects and was elected an Associate of the Institute in 1905. 

McFALL, jay VAUGHN.— An illustrator, died Dec. 5, 1912, in Detroit, Mich., at the 
age of 34. He was born in Sandusky, Ohio, but besan his art work in Detroit. He 
studied at the Art Students' League in New York and then worked in Chicago. 
For seven years he had a studio m New York; his work was particularly seen in 
the Saturday Evening Post. 

MARLOW, HENRY.— A sculptor, died at his home in New Rochelle. N. Y.. Dec. 28, 
1911, in his 73rd year. lie was born in Liverpool, England, and came to this 
country about 30 years ago settling first in Vermont and later removing to Tuckahoe 
where he resided until five years ago. 



OBITUARIES 79 

MEIXNER, HEINZ. — A scenic painter in New York and Chicago, died in Milwaukee* 
Wis., Dec. 22, 1911. 



METHFOSSEL. HERMAN.-— An illustrator, died Dec. 17. 1912, in Great Kills. S. I., 
ased 39. He was born in Stapleton, S. I., and studied art in the National Academv 
of Design in New York. He had been on the staff of the World, Sun and Herald. 

MILLET, FRANCIS DAVIS, N.A. — A prominent painter, mural decorator and illustrator, 
died when the Titanic sank, April 15, 1912. His body was recovered and interred 
at East Bridgewater, Mass. He was born at Mattapoisett, Mass.. Nov. 3, 1846. He 
studied at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp. He was the special corre- 
spondent for the "Daily News" during the Russo-Turkish War. 1877, and for this 
work received the Roumanian Iron Cross and the Order of the Chevalier St. Anne 
and of St. Stanislaus from the Russian government: special correspondent of the 
"London Times" at Manila during the Spanish War; Director of Decorations. Colum- 
bian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; Commissioner General to the Japanese Exposition. 
1917; Vice-Chairman iT. S. Federal Commission of Fine Arts; Chairman of the Ad- 
visory Committee of the National Gallery, Washington; Secretary, American Academy 
at Rome; and Secretary, American Federation of Arts. He was elected an Associate 
of the National Academy of Design in 1881 and a member in 1885; was an honorary 
member of the American Institute of Architects and a member of the National 
Academy of Arts and Letters; American Water Color Society; Mural Painters; Society 
of Illustrators; and of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters in England. He was 
awarded gold and silver medals of honor in 1872 and 1873 at the School of the 
Royal Acadeiny, Antwerp; a medal at the New Orleans Exposition, 1886; silver 
medal at the Paris Exposition, 1889; a medal at the Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 
1893; a gold medal at the Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; and Legion of 
Honor in 1900. His works include mural decorations for the Custom House, Balti- 
More, Md.; the Federal Building, Cleveland, Ohio; Hudson County Court House, 
Jersey City, N. T.; Supreme Court, Madison, Wis.; and the Essex County Court 
House, Newark, N. J. He designed windows for Memorial Hall, Cambridge, Mass., 
and a church at Stockbridge. Mass. He also made seven war medals. He is repre- 
sented by easel pictures in the Tate Gallerv, London; Metropolitan Museum of Art, 
New York, and many private collections. (See portrait.) 

MITIUS, LOUIS.— A portrait painter, died in Cincinnati, Ohio, Dec. 28, 1911, at the 
age of 69. For nine years he had been Assistant Superintendent of a charitable 
institution for old men. 

MONNIER, FRANCE X.— A sculptor, died at his home in Detroit April 5, 1912, aged 
81 years. He was born in Belfort, France; came to America just before the Civil 
War to decorale the interior of Commodore Vanderbilt's house in New York and a 
few years later settled in Michigan. 

MORA, DOMINGO.— A sculptor, died in San Francisco, Cal.. July 24, 1911. His home 
had been in Uruguay where his painter sons, F. Luis and Joseph Jacinto, were both 
born. He was a member of the National Sculpture Society. 

NEWMAN. ROBERT LOFTIN.— A painter, died in New York March 31, 1912, aged 85 
years. He was born at Richmond, Va., in 1827 and served in the Confederate Army. 
He studied with Couture in Paris and was influenced by the Barbizon School, through 
his friendship- with Millet. 

NICE, EUGENE.— A painter, died at his home in New York Nov. 13, 1911, at the age 
of 70. He was born in Italy and came to this country in 1865. 

NICHOLSON, GEORGE VV.— A painter, died at his home in Hammonton. N. J., Oct. 
19, 1912. He was born Oct. 17, 1832, and was a pupil of Isabey in Paris. His art 
life was spent in Philadelphia. 

OBOR^nE, harry EGBERT.— An architect, died at his home in Jamaica, L. I., N. Y.. 
Jan. 16, 1912, age 40 years. He was a member of the Brooklyn Chapter of the 
American Institute of Architects and was elected an Associate of the Institute in 1SM)2. 

O'BRIEN, MARTIN.— An art dealer and collector, died at his home in Chicago, 111., 
April 11, 1912, at the age of 83. 

OLDS, FREDERICK L.— An architect of WilkesBarre, Pa., died Jan. 10. 1912. He 
was elected an Associate of the American Institute of Architects in 1902. 

PAINE, JOHN A. — An archaeologist, died at his home in Tarrytown, N. Y., July 24, 
1912. He was born in Newark, N. J., Tan. 14, 1840, and was graduated in 1859 
from Hamilton College. He held two professorships of natural sciences in Robert 
College, Constantinople, and also in Lake Forest University; from 1872-4 he was 
the archaeologist for the Palestine Exploration Society and was curator of casts 
at the Metropolitan Museum of Art from 1888 to 1906. 

PEDEN, SAMUEL.— An architect, died at his home in Brooklyn, New York, N. Y., 
Nov. 17, 1912, aged 58. He was born in Ireland and came to this country at the 
age of six. 

POTTER, LOUIS McCLELLAN.— A sculptor and etcher, died in Seattle, Wash., Aug. 
29, 1912. He was born in Troy. N. Y.. Nov. 14. 1873. He studied painting under 
Charles Noel Flagg and Montague Flagg in Hartford, and sculpture with Merson and 
Darnel in Paris. His home and studio were in New York City and he mttde a 



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specialty of Indian groups. He designed the memorial to Horace Wells at Hartford. 
Conn., and made busts of many prominent persons. He was created an Officer of 
Nichan Iftikar by the Bey of Tunis in 1900. 

PYLE, HOWARD, N.A. — A prominent painter and illustrator, died in Florence, Italy. 
Nov.^ 9,^ 1911. He was bom in Wilmington, Del., March 5, 1853, and spent most 
of his life in that city where he had many pupils in illustration. He was a member 
of the International Society of Painters, Sculptors and Gravers in London; he was 
elected an Associate of the National Academy of Design in 1905 and a member in 
1907, and was a member of the Society of Illustrators, Salmagundi Club, National 
Institute of Arts and Letters, and the Century Association in New York. He was 
awarded a medal at the Columbian Exposition in Chicago, 1893; a bronze medal at 
the Paris Exposition in 1900, and a gold medal for drawing at the Pan-American 
jc^xposition, Buffalo, in 1901. 

REED, CHARLES A.— An architect, died at his home in New York Nov. 12. 1911. 
He was a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and had devoted 
the last thirty years of his life to buildinff railroad stations. He was a member of 
the firm of Reed & Stem, executive head of the New iork Central and Hudson 
River Railroad Company, builders of the new Grand Central Terminal. During his 
thirty years of active work he constructed, with the aid of his partner, C. A. Stem, 
no less than one hundred railway stations. 

ROCKWELL, MAXWELL WARREN.— An illustrator, died in New York Oct. 17. 1911, 
at the age of 35. His work appeared frequently in "Life" and other humorous 
publications. 

SAINT CLAIR, NORMAN.— A water color painter, died at his home in Los Angeles, 
March 6, 1912, aged 48 years. He had lived in that city fifteen years. 

SANDHAM, HENRY. — A painter of historical pictures and portraits, died in London 
Tan. 6, 1912. He was bom in Montreal in 1842 and was a Charter member of the 
Royal Canadian Academy. Later he took^ up his residence in Boston and from that 
time has been ranked as an American artist. He was well known as an illustrator; 
received medals at the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition in 1876, in London 1886 
and in Boston 1881; was a frequent exhibitor in the Royal Academy of London 
and the Salon of Paris. 

SCHNEIDER, WILLIAM G.— A water color painter, died in New York Nov. 5. 1912, 
aged 49. He was bom in Monroe. Wis., studied in Paris and had a studio in New 
York. He was a member of the American Water Color Society and of the Players 
and Salmagundi Clubs. 

SCHOFIELD, LOUISE.— A landscape painter, died in New York, March 31, 1912. 

SCHREYVOGEL, CHARLES.— A painter, died at his home in Hoboken, N. J.. Jan. 27, 
1912. He was bom in New York City Jan. 4, 1861, and after successive apprentice- 
ships to ^old engraver, die sinker and lithographer, he became a pupil of August 
Schwabe in Newark and later was enabled to go to Germany where he studied under 
Frank Kirchbach and Carl Marr. He was made an Associate of the National Academy 
of Desini in 1901 and was a member of the Salmasundi Club. His painting **My 
Bunkie, which won the Thomas B. Clarke prize at the National Academy of Design 
in 1900, belongs to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York: he was awarded 
a bronze medal at the Paris exposition of 1900; a bronze medal, Pan-American Ex- 
position, Buffalo, in 1901, and a bronze medal at the St. Louis Exposition in 1904. 

SCHWARTZ, RUDOLPH. — An Austrian sculptor, died in Indianapolis, Ind., April 14, 
1912. He came from Berlin several years a^o to carve the figures at the oase of 
the Indiana Soldiers' Monument. One of his best works is tne statute of H. S. 
Pingree in Detroit. 

SELIGMAN, ALFRED L. — An art collector and amateur sculptor and cellist, died in 
New York June 24, 1912. He was born in New York Jan. 29, 1864. He befriended 
manv stragcling artists, particularly the sculptor, Paul Nocquet; he was also the 
moving tpint and financial backer of the Young Men's Sjrmphony Orchestra, and 
owned a very valuable collection of stringed instruments. 

SHAW, FREDERICK A. — A sculptor and modeler of jewelry, died at his home in Brook- 
line, MasBy March 8, 1912, at the age of 57. For many years he had a studio in 
Florence, Italy. 

SHAW, ROBERT.— An etcher, died Julv 18, 1912, in Wilmington, Del. He was born 
in that citv Jan. 10, 1859. His work was confined principally to historical subjects, 
and several years ago he made a series of plates for the New York Historical Society. 
He was a member of the Philadelphia Sketch Club and of the Philadelphia Society 
of Etchers. 

SHELDON, MARY A. — An art instructor in the Normal College, in Cooper Union and 
in the Barnard School for Boys, died in New York Dec. 8, 1912; aged S3 years. 
She had studied in Paris with Eugene Graffet and in London under Louis F. Day. 
Last year Columbia University conferred upon her the degree of M.A. 

SHELTON, WILLIAM HENRY.— A painter, died at his home ia Morristawn. N. J.. 
March 15, 1912. He was born at Allen's Hill. N. Y.. Sept. 4. 1840. He was a pupit 
of the National Academy of Desif^ and the Art Students' League in New York; and 
was a member of the ^Imagundi Club. 



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OBITUARIES 81 

SHEPl'ARD. WILLIAM LUDLOW.— An illustrator and sculptor, died at Richmond, 
Va„ March 27, 1912. His beat known works are the Soldiers and Sailors' Monument, 
the statue of Gen. A. P. Hill, and the Howitzer Memorial Hall, all in Richmond. 

SHIELDS, EMMA BARBEE.— A portrait painter, died in New York Jan. 16, 1912. 
She lived for many years in Texas and came to New York in 1893. 

SMITH. ARCHIBALD GARY.— A marine painter and yacht desig^ner, died at his home 
in Bayonne, N. J., in Dec., 1911. He was born in New York Sept. 4, 1837; studied 
marine painting under Maurice F. de Haas and painted pictures of many noted 
yachts. He gave up painting to devote his time to designing. 

SPIERING. LOUIS C— An architect, died March 9, 1912. He was born in St Louis 
in 1875 j was a graduate of the Ecole des Beaux- Arts in Paris and of the Berlin 
University. He was a member of the Societv of Beaux-Arts Architects, of the St. 
Louis Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and was elected an Associate 
of the Institute in 1905. He was consulting architect for the Missouri State Capitol 
and designed many buildings in St. Louis, including the home of the Artists' Guild, 
of which he was a member. 

SPRUNK, ROBERT GODFREY.— A painter, died at his home in Ridgefield, N. J.. 
April 9, 1912. He was born in Kroexen^ Germany, Nov. 19, 1862: came to America 
at the age of six and settled in Detroit. He was a pupil of Thomas Eakins in 
Philadelphia; Jakobidies in Germany, and Bouguereau ana Robert- Fleury in Paris. 
He was a member of the Fellowship of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. 

STADEKER, CLAIRE LEO.— A painter, died July 6, 1911. He was born in New York 
Oct. 6, 1886. 

STANTON, SAMUEL WARD.— A marine painter, died when the Titanic sank, April 15, 
1912. He W9S born in Newburgh, N. Y., January 8, 1870, and had studied at the 
Art Students' League of New York under Twachtman, Bridgman and Du Mond, and 
at the Academic Julian in Paris, under Lefebvre. He was an authority on the 
artistic rendering of vessels of different types and periods. He had supplied mural 
decorations for many steamers, and assisted F. D. Millet in his decorations for the 
Baltimore Custom House. He had been to Spain to make studies for an Alhambra 
series of panels to decorate the S. S. "Washington Irving" of the Hudson River 
Day Line. 

STREIGHT. HOWARD.— A landscape painter, died in Oct., 1912, in San Jos^. Cal. 
His best known work is the "Cross on the Mountain." 

STURM, WILLIAM F.— A wood engraver, died in Hoboken, N. T., March 11, 1912. 
He was born in New York City; had lived in Hoboken for the fast thirty-five years. 

TAUBER, JAMES. — A designer of scenery and floats for pageants, died at his home in 
New York Feb. 18, 1912, at the age of 36. He designed the floats for the Hudson- 
Fulton celeoration and the original scenery for the Hippodrome. 

TORREY, FRANKLIN.— A sculptor, died in Florence, Italy, Nov. 16, 1912, aged 83. 
He was born in Boston and had lived in Italy more than half a century. He studied 
in Rome, was American Consul General at Genoa, and at one time proprietor of 
the Carrara Marble Works. The American Church in Florence was built under 
his supervision. 

TILLINGHAST, MARY ELIZABETH.— A designer for stained glass, died Dec. 15. 
1912, in New York. She was born in New York and studied in Paris under Carolus- 
Duran and Henner. Since 1882 she had been established in New York and at one 
time assisted John LaFarge with his windows. She received a gold medal at the 
Chicago Exposition in 1893, and ^old and bronze medals at the Charleston Expo- 
sition in 1902. Among her most important works are a stained window, presented 
by Mrs. Russell Sage to the Home tor Friendless Children; the Hutton window in 
Grace Church; "The Revocation of the Edict of Nantes" in the New York Historical 
Society Buildixig; 'Urania," in the new Allegheny Observatory, and mural decorations 
in the Hotel Savoy. Miss Tillinghast was the first to realize the difference that 
the electric lighting of churches was destined to make in the spectacular effect of 
window designs. 

UlRICH, ROBERT C— An architect, died at his home in Baltimore April 7, 1912, at 
the age of 57. He designed St. Elizabeth's Catholic church of Baltimore which 
was to be dedicated the day he died. 

WHEELWRIGHT. EDMUND M., F.A.I.A.— An architect, died Aug. 15. 1912, in 
Boston. He was born at Roxbury, Mass., Sept. 14, 1854. He designed the Hartford 
Bridge, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and the Cleveland Museum of Art. He 
was a member of the Boston Society of Architects and its secretary from 1884*1888; 
was elected a fellow of the American Institute of Architects in 1891 and served two 
terms as a director. 

WILBUR, ELEANOR E.— A painter, died Dec. 12, 1912, in Cambridge. Mass. She 
was 68. 

WOOD. OGDEN.— A landscape painter, died in Paris Sept. 13. 1912. He was horn 
in New York in 1851 and had lived abroad the greater part of his life. 



Art Magazines 



A. for annual; M. for monthlies; W. for weeklies; Q. for quarterlies. 

Single Yearly 
Academy Notes (Q.). — Cornelia B. Sage, Editor; Albright Art Gallery, 

Buffalo. N. y: r :: 10.2s $1.00 

Aesthetics (Q.). — Raymond Wyer, Editor; Hackley Art Gallery, Muskegon, 

Mich 1 . 00 

American Architect, The (W.). — E. J. Rosencrans, Editor; 50 Union Sq., 

New York 25 10.00 

American Art Annual. — Florence N. Levy, Editor; American Federation 

of Arts, 215 West 57th St., New York 5.00 

American Homes and Gardens (M.). — Gardner Teall, Editor; Munn & Co., 

Publishers, 361 Broadway, New York 25 3 . 00 

American Art News (W.). — ^James B. Townsend, Editor; 15 East 40th St., 

New York 10 2.00 

American Institute of Architects, Journal of the (M.). — Frank C. Baldwin, 

Chairman of Committee on Publication ; The Octagon, Washington, D. C. .50 5 . 00 

Architect and Engineer of California (M.). — Frederick W. Jones, Manag- 
ing Editor; 617 Monadnock Bldg., San Francisco, Cal 25 1 .50 

Architecture and Building (M.). — W. T. Comstock Co., Publishers, 23 

Warren St, New YoA ^ 20 2.00 

Architectural Record (M.). — C. Matlack Price, Managing Editor; Mont* 

f ornery Schuyler and H. D. Croly, Contributing Editors; 11 East 
4th St., New York 25 3.00 

Architectural Review (M.).— Bates & Guild, 144 Congress St., Boston.. .50 5.00 

Architecture (M.).— A. Holland Forbes, Editor; Forbes & Co., Ltd., 527 

Fifth Ave., New York 50 5.00 

Art in America (Q.).— Wilhelm R. ValeAtincr, Editor; F. F. Sherman, 

Publisher, 2 West 45th St., New York 1 .00 4.00 

Art and Progress (M.), Organ of the American Federation of Arts. — Lelia 

Mechlin, Editor; 1741 New York Ave., Washington, D. C 20 2.00 

Art Review (M.). — Arthur A. Kocian, Editor; 617 Locust St., St. Louis, 

Mo 10 1 . 00 

Arts and Crafts Magazine (M.). — Myra Burr Edson, Editor; Published 

by the River School of Art, Johnsville, Bucks County, Pa 05 1.00 

Arts and Decoration (M.).— Adam Budge. Inc., 39 West 32d St., New York .20 2.00 

Biblo, The (Q.). — H. Alfred Fowler, Editor and Publisher; 3 E. Armour 

Boulevard, Kansas City, Mo SO 2.00 

Boston Museum of Fine Arts Bulletin (Bi-M.) 10 .50 

Brickbuilder, The (M.). — Rogers & Manson Co., 85 Water St., Boston, 

Mass 50 5.00 

Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences Bulletin (W.) 05 2.00 

Brookljm Museum News (Q.) ... 

Camera Work (Q.).— Alfred Stieglitz, Editor; 291 Fifth Ave., New York 4.00 8.00 

Chicago Art Institute Bulletin (Q.).— W. M. R. French, Editor 10 

Civic Center, The (M.). — ^Tulius Golz, Jr., Editor and Publisher; 651 

Oak St., Columbus, Ohio 05 .50 

Crafters' Magazine (M.). — Ada M. Kassimer, Editor; 920 Oak St.. Kansas 

City, Mo 10 1.00 

Craftsman (M.).— Gustav Stickley, Editor; 41 West 34th St., New York. .25 3.00 

Detroit Museum of Art Bulletin (Q.). — Clyde H. Burroughs, Editor 

Detroit Society of Arts and Crafts Bulletin (occasional), 87 Witherell St., 

Detroit, Mich 

Fine Arts Journal (M.). — ^James William Pattison, Editor; F. J. Campbell, 

Publisher; 303 Record-Herald Building, Chicago, 111 30 3.00 

Herron Art Institute Bulletin. — F. A. Whiting, Editor; Indianapolis Ind. 

House Beautiful, The (M.).— Virginia Robie, Editor; 315 Fourth Ave.. 

New York 25 3.00 

House and Garden (M.). — McBride, Nast & Co.; Publishers, 31 East 17th 

St.. New York 25 3 .00 

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International Studio (M.)« — Jefferson Tones, Managing Editor; John Lane 

Co., no West 32d St. New York $0.60 $5.00 

Keramic Studio (M.). — Mrs. Adelaide Alsop-Robineau, Editor; 201 Gifford 

St, Syracuse, N. Y 40 4.00 

Landscape Architecture (Q.). — Lay, Hubbard & Wheelwright, Editors and 

Publishers; 15 East Aikh St, New York 60 2.00 

Manual Training Magazine (Bi-M.). — Charles A. Bennett, Editor; Manual 

Arts Press, Peona, 111 35 1 .50 

Masters in Art (M.).— Philip Hale, Editor; Bates & Guild, Boston 20 2.00 

Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin (M.). — Henry W. Kent, Editor; 

New York 10 1.00 

Monumental News (M.). — John W. Weston and O. H. Sample, Editors; 

R. J. Haight, Publisher, 440 S. Dearborn St, Chicago, 111 10 1 .00 

Newark Museum (occasional). — Newark N. J 

Numismatics, American Journal of (A.). — The American Numismatic So- 
ciety, West 156th St, New York 2.00 

Ohio Architect Engineer and Builder (M.). — 20 Blackstone Bldg., Qeve- 

land, Ohio 15 1.00 

Pacific Arts and Crafts News (M.).— G. Walter Meade, Editor and Pub- 
lisher; 438 Wall St, Los Angeles, Cal 10 1 .00 

Park and Cemetery and Landscape Gardening (M.). — ^J. W. Weston, 

Editor; R. J. Haight Publisher, 440 S. Dearborn St, Chicago, 111.. .20 2.00 

Pennsylvania Museum Bulletin (Q.). — E. A. Barber, Editor; Fairmount 

Park, Philadelphia, Pa 10 1.00 

Picture and Art Trade (M.).— W. W. Raleigh. Editor; 528 Monadnock 

Bldg.. Chicago, 111 15 1.00 

Portland (Oregon) Art Association Bulletin (occasional) 

Print Collector's Quarterly. — Fitz Roy Carrington, Editor; Boston Museum 

of Fine Arts 25 1.00 

Rhode Island School of Design Bulletin (Q.). — L. E. Rowe. Editor; 

Providence, R. I ... ... 

School Arts Magazine (M., except July and August). — Henry Turner 
Bailey, Editor, North Scituate, Mass.; Publication Office, 120 Boylston 
St, Boston, Mass 25 2.00 

Technology Architectural Record (Q.). — H. W. Gardner, Manager; Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass 35 1 . 00 

Toledo Museum Bulletin (M.). — George W. Stevens, Editor; Toledo, Ohio .10 .50 

Washington State Museum-Auditorium Monthly. — Published by the 

Washington State Art Association, Fifth Ave., Seattle, Wash 

Western Architect (M.). — Robert Craik McLean, Editor; Edward & Purdy, 

Publishers, Minneapolis, Minn 50 5.00 

Worcester Art Museum Bulletin (Q.). — Philip J. Gentner. Editor; Worces- 
ter, Mass. ... •*• 



Press List 



Daily and weekly papers that devote space to art; art critic's name is given in parentheses. 

ALBANY, N. Y.— Daily and Weekly Herald. 
BALTIMORE, M. D.— Baltimore Sun. 

BOSTON, MASS.— Herald (Philip L. Hale); The Evening Transcript (Wm. H. 

Downes); Advertiser (Jean N. Oliver). 
BUFFALO, N. Y.— Sunday Times. 
BURLINGTON, lA.— Saturday Evening Post. 
CHICAGO, ILL.— Chicago Evening Post (Lena M. McCauley); The Chicago Tribune; 

The Record-Herald. 
CINCINNATI, O.— Cincinnati Volksblatt. 

CLEVELAND, O.— Cleveland Leader; Cleveland Plain Dealer. 
DENVER, COL.— Denver Post. 
DETROIT, MICH.— Free Press; News-Tribune. 
HARTFORD, CONN.— Courant (James Britton). 
KANSAS CITY, MO.— Kansas City Times; Kansas City Star. 
LOS ANGELES, CAL.— Times. 
NASHVILLE, TENN.— The Banner. 
NEWARK, N. J.— Evening News. 

NEW HAVEN, CONN.— The New Haven Evening Register. 
NEW ORLEANS. LA.— The Times- Democrat. 

NEW YORK, N. Y.— 

Brooklyn Eagle, Eagle Bldg., Brooklyn. 

Brooklyn Standard-Union, 292 Washington St., Brooklyn. 

Brooklyn Times, 24 Broadway, Brooklyn. 

Collier's (W.), 416 West 13th St., Manhattan. 

Evening Globe (Arthur Hoeber), 5 Dey St., Manhattan. 

Evening Mail (J. E. Chamberlin), 203 Broadway, \fanhattan. 

Evening Post, 20 Vesey St., Manhattan. 

Evening Sun, Sun Bldg., Manhattan . 

Evening Telegram, 35th St. and Broadway, Manhattan. 

Evening World (Henry Tyrrell), Pulitzer Bldg., Manhattan. 

Independent (W.) (W. G. Bowdoin), 130 Fulton St., Manhattan. 

Nation (W.) (Frank Mather. Jr.), 20 Vesey St., Manhattan. 

New York American (Charles H. Caffin), William and Duane Sts., Manhattan. 

New York Herald (Gustav Kobb6). 35th St. and Broadway, Manhattan. 

New York Press (W. B. McCormick), 7 Spruce bt., Manhattan. 

New York Sun (Samuel Swift), Sun Bldg., Manhattan. 

New York Times (Elizabeth L. Gary), Broadway and 42d St., Manhattan. 

New York Tribune (Royal Cortissoz), 154 Nassau St., Manhattan. 

New York World (Charles H. Dorr), Pulitzer Bldg., Manhattan. 

Staats-Zeitung (Julius Krause), P. O. Box 1207, Manhattan. 

OMAHA, NEB.— Omaha World-Herald. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA.— Evening Telegraph (Curtis Wager-Smith); Item; Phila- 
delphia Enquirer; The Press. 
PORTLAND, ME.— Portland Transcript. 
PROVIDENCE, R. I.— Providence Journal. 
QUINCY, ILL.— The Herald. 
RICHMOND. IND.— The Evening Item. 
ROCHESTER. N. Y.— Rochester Herald. 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.— Argonaut (W.); Bulletin; Chronicle; News-I-etter (W.). 
SPRINGFIELD, MASS.— Springfield Republican. 

ST. LOUIS, MO.— Republic; Post- Dispatch; The Mirror (W.) (F. E. A. Curley). 
SYRACUSE, N. Y.— Herald. 
TOLEDO, O.— Toledo Blade. 

WASHINGTON, D. C— Evening Star (Leila Mechlin); Washington Times. 
WORCESTER, MASS.— Worcester Telegram. 

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Museums and Societies. 

Note — Each society is listed under the city where the secretary is located, or under 
the name of the State, when the residence of the secretary changes from year to year. 
Full cross references will be found in the index at the back of the book. 

THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF ARTS. 

1741 New York Avenue. Washington, D. C, 

American Fine Arts Building, New York, N. Y. 

Treasurer's Office, Art Institute, Chicago, III. 

Robert W. De Forest^ President. N. H. Carpenter, . . Treasurer. 

Leila Mechlin, Secretary. 

Vice-Presidents. 
Edwin Rowland Blashfield, New York. 
T. Lindsey Blayney, Danville, Ky. Gardiner M. Lane, Boston, Mass. 
George W. Cable, Northampton, John Frederick Lewis, Philadel- 

Mass. phia, Pa. 

MiTCHKLL Carroll, Washington. Mrs. E. W. Pattison, St. Louis, Mo. 

Robert W. Fletcher, San Fran- Henry Read, Denver, Colo. 

CISCO, Cal. Mrs. Charles Scheuber. Fort 

Cass Gilbert, New York, N. Y. Worth, Tex, 

Board of Directors, 

John W. Alexander, New York. Bryan Lathrop, Chicago, 111. 

C. W. Ames, St. Paul, Mmn. Florence N. Levy, New York, N. Y. 

D.wid Knickerbacker Boyd, Phila- Franklin MacVeagh, Washington, 

delphia. Pa. Theodore Marburg^ Baltimore, Md. 

Glenn Brown, Washington, D. C. Lee McClung, New York, N. Y. 

N. H. Carpenter, Chicago, 111. Thomas Nelson Page, Washington, 
Elmer E Garnsey, New York. N. Y. D. C. 

C. L. Hutchinson, Chicago, 111. Henry Kirke PoAter, Washington. 

Francis C. Jones, New York, N. Y. G. D. Seymour, New Haven, Conn. 

H. W. Kent, New York, N. Y. Lloyd Warren, New York, N. Y. 

Organized in 1909. Third annual convention held in Washington, D. C, 
May 9, 10, 11, 1912; Fourth annual convention to be held in Washington, 
May 15 and 16, 1913. There are 171 art societies affiliated as Chapters of the 
Federation and over 1,000 individual associate members. 

During the season of 1911-12 thirteen exhibitions were circulated. These 
comprised oil paintings, water colors, original work b^ American illustrators, 
photographs of work by American sculptors, mezzotmts of portraits by the 
great English painters, pictorial photographs, representative work done in 
the various art schools and a collection of art work done in the primary 
grades of the public schools. These exhibitions, assembled under the auspices 
of a committee of painters and sculptors, were shown in forty-three cities 
in the West and South. Sales amounted to 5,675. Aside from arousing 
interest in art and increasing intelligent appreciation, these exhibitions have 
led to the formation of art associations and the establishment of art museums. 

The following lectures with lantern slides are available on payment of 
a small fee: "American Painting," "American Sculpture," "American Mural 
Painting." "Qvic Art," "Whistler's Etchings,'' "Furniture" and "Tapestry." 
An information bureau is maintained at the Washington headquarters where 

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the monthly magazine, "Art and Progress," is published. The "American 
Art Annual" has been taken over by the Federation, and is published at the 
New York office. 

The National League of Handicraft Societies was merged with the Fed- 
eration in 1912, and the constituent societies made Chapters of the Federation. 

CHAPTERS AND THEIR SECRETARIES. 

Amesbury, Mass. — Whittier Home Association of Arts and Crafts; Mrs. 

Charles E. Fish. 
Ann Arbor, Mich.— Ann Arbor Art Association; Wilfred B. Shaw, Alumni 

Room, Memorial Hall. 
Athens, Ga.— University Club; Lucy May Stanton, 550 Cobb Street. 
Atlanta, Ga. — Atlanta Art Association; Mrs. Clarence Blosser. 192 Myrtle 

Avenue. 
Baltimore, Md.— Arundel Club; Caroline Roberts, 1000 North Charles Street. 
Charcoal Club; Henry H. Wiegand, Howard and Franklin Streets. 
Handicraft Club of Baltimore ; Emily E. Graves, 525 North Charles Street. 
Municipal Art Society of Baltimore; Josias Pennington, 1119 St. Paul 

Street. 
Peabody Institute; L. H. Dielman. 
Bay City, Mich.— Bay City Art Club ; Mrs. Eva L. Gates, 508 Stanton Street. 
Boston, Mass. — Boston Architectural Club; W. S. Parker, 120 Boylston Street. 
Boston Art Ciub; Frederick H. Mills, 150 Newbury Street. 
Boston Society of Architects; Charles M. Cogswell, Old South Building. 
Boston Water Color Club; Martha Silsbee, 115 Marlboro Street. 
Copley Society; Frederick W. Cobum, Copley Hall. 
Massachusetts Civic League; E. T. Hartman, 3 Joy Street. 
Metropolitan Improvement League; Sylvester Baxter, 20 Beacon Street. 
Museum of Fine Arts; Benjamin Ives Gilman, Huntington Avenue. 
Society of Arts and Crafts; H. Percy Macomber, 9 Park Street. 
Bourne, Mass. — Old Colony Union; Mrs. Marie T. Green, Buzzards Bay. 
Bozeman, Mont. — Bozeman Arts and Crafts Society; Miss L. A. Baldwin. 
Buffalo, N. Y. — Buffalo Chapter, A. I. A. ; Ellicott R, Colson, 35 Dun Building. 
Buffalo Fine Arts Academy; Cornelia B. Sage, Director, Albright Art 

Gallery. 
Buffalo Guild of Allied Arts; Ruth Hamlin, 623A Delaware Avenue. 
Buffalo Society of Artists; Mrs. Robert Fulton, Albright Art Gallery. 
School Art Association; Margaret Giesecke, Municipal Building. 
California — California Federation of Women's Clubs; Mrs. J. W. Orr, 2420 

Gough Street, San Francisco. 
Cedar Rapids, la. — Cedar Rapids Art Association ; Mrs. Charles C. Loomis, 1723 

Bever Avenue. 
Charleston, S. C — Carolina Art Association; T. R. Waring, Gibbes Memorial 
Building. 
Charleston Guild of Arts and Crafts; Eola Willis, 72 Tradd Street. 
Chicago, 111. — Art Institute of Chicago; Newton H. Carpenter. 

Chicago Public School Art Society; Mrs. Alfred M. Walter, 2729 Prairie 

Avenue. 
Chicago Society of Artists; George F. Schultz, 818 Schiller Building. 
Illinois Chapter, A. I. A. ; Webster Tomlinson, 64 East Van Buren Street. 
Municipal Art League of Chicago; K. S. Goodman, Art Institute. 
Palette and Chisel Club; Gordon St. Clair, Athenaeum Building. 
Society of Western Artists; Walter Marshall Clute, The Birches, Park 

Ridge, 111. 
Western Drawing and Manual Training Association; Lucy S. Silke, 
3307 Rhoades Avenue. 



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Cincinnati, Ohio. — Cincinnati Museum Association; J. H. Gest. 

Cincinnati Woman's Art Club; Effiie Trader, 538 Hale Avenue, Avon- 
dale, Cincinnati. 
Columbia, Mo. — ^University of Missouri; Prof. John Pickard. 
Columbia, S. C. — College for Women ; Euphemia McClintock. 
Connecticut— Connecticut State Federation of Women's Clubs; Mrs. C. L. 

Curtis, 119 Livingston Street. New Haven, Conn. 
Dayton, O. — Montgomery County Art Association; Annie Campbell, 130 

East Monument Street. 
Deerfield, Mass. — Society of Deerfield Industries; Florence E. Birks. 
Deer Lodge, Mont. — Society of Arts and Crafts; Mrs. W. L Higgins. 
Denver, Col. — Art Commission of the City and County of Denver; Albert J. 

Norton, 1654 Broadway. 
Arts-Crafts Society; Sara Stimson. 

Denver Artists Club; Lawrence Lewis, 724 Equitable Building. 
Detroit, Mich.— Society of Arts and Crafts ; Helen Plumb, 37 Witherell Street. 
Dudley, Mass. — Dudley Handicrafters ; Alice N. Arnold. 
Eastern Art and Manual Training Teachers' Association; Iris Prouty, Board 

of Education, New Bedford, Mass. 
East Orange, N. J. — Arts and Crafts Society of New Jersey; Mrs. C. H. 

Clark, 50 Prospect Street. 
Municipal Art League; Hobart A. Walker, 60 Carleton Street 
Fall River, Mass.— The Art Qub; Alice D. Almy, 579 North Main Street. 
Fort Worth, Tex. — Fort Worth Art Association; Mrs. Charles Scheuber, 

Carnegie Public Library. 
Grand Rapids, Mich. — ^Art Association of Grand Rapids; Annette Richards, 

171 Turner Avenue. 
Greensboro, N. C. — Arts and Handicrafts Guild; Mrs. W. C. A. Hammel, 

President, 1027 Spring Garden Street. 
Hartford, Conn. — Fine Arts Federation of Hartford; Solon P. Davis, 86 

Edwards Street. 
Hartford Art Society; Mrs. Chas. C. Beach, 54 Woodland Street 
Municipal Art Society; Marjorie Merridith, 297 Farmington Avenue. 
Haverhill, Mass. — Haverhill Society of Arts and Crafts; Harry Alden John- 
son, 119 North Avenue. 
Helena, Mont. — Helena Society of Arts and Crafts; Mrs. P. B. Bariley, 501 

Benton Avenue. 
Hingham, Mass. — Hingham Society of Arts and Crafts; Susan B. Willard. 
Houston, Tex. — Houston Public School Art League; Mrs. Fannie W. Volck^ 

1202 Francis Avenue. 
Indianapolis, Ind. — Art Association; William Coughlen, John Herron Art 

Institute. 
Indiana Chapter, A. I. A. ; Herbert Foltz, 1108 Indiana Pythian Buildingf. 
Kansas City, Mo. — Fine Arts Institute ; Winifred Sexton, 1020 McGee Street 
Kentucky — Kentucky Federation of Women's Qubs; Haldon Helm Hardin, 

Harrodsburg, Ky. 
Knoxville, Tenn. — Nicholson Art League; Dorothy Davidson, 808 Temple 

Avenue. 
Lawrence, Kan.— Kansas Art Association; W. A. Griffith, University of 

Kansas. 
Lincoln, Neb. — Nebraska Art Association; W. E. Hardy, 1314-20 O Street 
Los Angeles, Cal.— California Art Club; Chas. P. Austin, 222 Copp Building. 
Fine Arts League; Joseph £. Mackay. 

Louisville, Ky. — Louisville Art Association; Mrs. Pierce Butler, 1303 First 
Street. 



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Meadville, Pa. — Meadville Art Association; Ernest A. Smith. 

Melrose, Mass. — Melrose Society of Arts and Crafts; Mrs. M. G. Willis, 53 

Oakland Street 
Memphis, Tcnn. — Society of Arts and Crafts; Octavia Love, 619 North 

Seventh Street. 
Milwaukee, Wis. — Layton Art Gallery; Charles T. Dickens. 

Milwaukee Art Society; George Raab, Layton Art Gallery. 
Minneapolis, Minn. — Handicraft Guild; Florence Wales, 89 Tenth Street, 
South. 
Minneapolis Society of Fine Arts; Edward C. Gale. 
Women's Club of Minneapolis; Mrs. Philip B. Hunt, 392 Twedty-sixth 
Street, East. 
Muskegon, Mich. — Hackley Public Library and Museum; Raymond Wyer. 
Nashville, Tenn. — ^Art Association; Mrs. Robert W. Nicol, 1919 Ridley 
Avenue. 
Centennial Club, Art Department; Mrs. A. B. Cooke, 121 North Vine 
Street. 
Newark, N. J. — Free Public Library; John Cotton Dana, Librarian. 
Newark Museum Association; John Cotton Dana, Public Library. 
New Bedford, Mass. — Free Public Library; George H. Tripp, Librarian. 
New Jersey — New Jersey Chapter, A. I. A.; Hugh Roberts, 1 Exchange 

Place, Jersey City. N. J. 
New Orleans, La. — Art Association of New Orleans; J. J. McLaughlin, 1999 
Hibernia Bank Building. 
Isaac Delgado Museum of Art; S. H. Livaudais, City Park. 
New York State — Central New York Chapter, A. L A. ; Frederick W. Revels, 

Syracuse. 
New York, Borough of Brooklyn, N. Y.— Brooklyn Institute of Arts and 
Sciences; Franklin W. Hooper (Director), Academy of Music. 
Pratt Institute School of Fine and Applied Arts; Frederic B. Pratt. 
New York, Borough of Manhattan, N. Y. — ^American Academy in Rome; 

C. Grant La Farge, 25 East Twenty-sixth Street. 
I American Fine Arts Society; Charles J. Miller, 215 West Fifty- 
seventh Street. 
American Scenic and Historic Preservation Society; Edward Hagaman 

Hall, Tribune Building. 
American Society of Deaf Artists; Jacques Alexander, 290 West One 

Hundred and Forty-sixth Street. 
American Society of Landscape Architects; Charles D. Lay, 103 Park 

Avenue. 
American Water Color Society ; W. Merritt Post, 215 West Fifty-seventh 

Street. 
Architectural League of New York ; Stowe Phelps, 215 West Fifty-seventh 

' Street. 

Art in Trades Club; H. V. Mooney, 230 Fourth Avenue. 

Metropolitan Museum of Art; Robert W. De Forest, Fifth Avenue and 

Eighty-second Street. 
Municipal Art Society of New York; Wm. Laurel Harris, 423 West 

Fifty-ninth Street. 
Mural Painters ; William Laurel Harris, 423 West Fifty-ninth Street. 
Museum of French Art, French Institute in the United States ; McDougall 

Hawkes, Chairman, 499 Madison Avenue. 
National Academy of Design; Harry W. Watrous, Amsterdam Avenue 

and 109th Street. 
National Arts Club ; F. S. Lamb, 14 Gramercy Park. 
National Association of Portrait Painters; Earl Stetson Crawford, 14 

West Twenty-ninth Street. 



AMERICAN FEDERATION OF ARTS 89 

New York — Continued. 

National Sculpture Society; Isidor Konti, Secretary, 154 West Fifty- 
fifth Street. 

National Society of Craftsmen; Robert Dulk, 119 East Nineteenth 
Street. 

New York Chapter, A. I. A.; Egerton Swartwout, 244 Fifth Avenue. 

New York Water Color Qub; William J. Whittemore, 215 West Fifty- 
seventh Street. 

School Art League of New York; Florence N. Levy, 215 West Fifty- 
seventh Street. 

Societe des Architects Diplomes par le Gouvemement ; Francis A. Nelson, 
15 West Thirty-eighth Street. 

Society of Beaux-Arts Architects; Everett V. Meeks, 16 East Thirty- 
third Street. 

Society of Illustrators; H. S. Fleming, 1 Broadway. 

Tree Planting Society; Joseph L. Delafield, 35 Nassau Street. 
Norwell, Mass. — Norwell Society of Arts and Crafts; Mrs.' Florence B. 

Pinson. 
Oklahoma, Okia — Oklahoma Art League; Mrs. J. J. Merrill, Corresponding 

Secretary, Oklahoma City. 
Omaha, Neb. — Omaha Society of Fine Arts; Mrs. H. S. Sumney, 3307 Pop- 

pleton Avenue. 
Paris, France — Paris Society of American Painters; E. A. La Chaise, 39 

Rue Joubert. 
Peterborough, N. H. — Handicraft Workers of Peterborough; Anne E. Ham- 
ilton. 
Philadelphia, Pa. — Art Club of Philadelphia; Samuel W. Cooper. 220 South 
Broad Street. 
' Arts and Crafts Guild of Philadelphia; Margaret A. Neall, 237 South 
Eleventh Street. 

City Parks Association ; Mrs. Brinton Coxe, 701 Stephen Girard Building. 

Fairmount Park Art Association; Leslie W. Miller, 320 South Broad 
Street. 

Fellowship of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts ; Mary Butler, 
2127 Green Street. 

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts ; John Frederick Lewis, President, 
Broad Street above Arch. 

Philadelphia Chapter, A. I. A. ; Horace Wells Sellers, 1307 Stephen Girard 
Building. 

Philadelphia Water Color Club; Thornton Oakley, President, 10 South 
Eighteenth Street. 

Plastic Oub; Mrs. S. P. Snowden Mitchell, President, The Gladstone. 

T Square Oub; E. P. Bissell, Bailey Building. 

University of Pennsylvania, Department of Architecture; J. M. Bryson. 
Pittsburgh, Pa.— Art Society of Pittsburgh; V. E. Hirsch, 341 Sixth Avenue. 

Associated Artists; Alexander H. Lapper, 411 Penn Building. 

Carnegie Institute; John W. Beatty, Director of Fine Arts. 

Carnegie Technical Schools; W. P. Fielding. 
Portland, Me.— Portland Society of Arts and Crafts; Mrs. C. F. Tobie, 264 

State Street 
Portland, Ore. — Portland Art Association; Anna B. Crocker, Fifth and 
Taylor Streets. 

Portland Arts and Crafts Society; Mrs. R. E. Moody, 369 Aspen Street. 
Providence, R. I. — Handicraft Club; Mrs. Howard C. Green, 375 Olney 
Street. 

Rhode Island School of Design; H. M. Rice, 11 Waterman Street. 

Water Color Oub; W. Aldcn Brown, City Engineer's Office. 



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Quincy, 111. — Boulevard and Park Association; E. J. Parker, State Savings 

Loan and Trust Building. 
Richmond, Va. — Richmond Education Association; John T. Wingo. 
Rochester, N. Y. — Rochester Art Club; A. W. Moore, 114 Adams Street. 
Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics' Institute; Mrs. Susan R. Hoyt. 
Rockford, 111.— Woman's Club; Anna Coy, 127 North Third Street. 

Society of Arts and Crafts; Georgie Somers, 970 North Church Street. 
Saginaw, Mich. — Saginaw Art Club; Julia B. Morgan, Treasurer, 315 North 

Michigan Avenue. 
Saint Louis, Mo. — City Art Museum; Madeleine Borggraefe. 

Public Library, A. E. Bostwick, Librarian, Fourteenth and Olive Streets, 
Saint Louis Chapter, A. I. A.; G. F. A. Brueggeman, Vice-President, 
Chemical Building. 
Saint Paul, Minn.— Municipal Art Department, Institute of Arts and Letters; 
Grant Vasant, 508 Globe Building. 
Saint Paul City Club; Mrs. Leonora A. Hamlin, 209 Court Block. 
State Art Society of Minnesota; Mrs. Herbert Davis, Old Capitol. 
San Francisco, Cal. — San Francisco Chapter, A. I. A.; Sylvain Schnaittacher, 
787 Market Street. 
San Francisco Institute of Art; Henry Heyman, corner California and 
Mason Streets. 
Savannah, Ga. — ^Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences; Col. Alexander R. 

Lawton, President. 
Scranton, Pa. — City Improvement Association of Scranton; Mrs. C. B. Pen- 
man, 626 Quincy Avenue. 
Women's Club of Scranton; Mrs. Annie A. Jermyn, Hill Top. 
Seattle, Wash.— Washington State Art Association; G. L. Berg, Carnegie 

Library Building. 
Stockbridge, Mass. — Laurel Hill Association; Alexander Sedgwick, Presi- 
dent. 
Syracuse, N. Y. — Syracuse Art Museum; Fernando A. Carter, Director, 

Public Library. 
Tampa, Fla. — Students' Art Club; Mrs. Pauline B. Hazen, 1557 Franklin 

Street. 
Waco, Tex. — Waco Art League; Mrs. H. C. Lindsey, 1301 Columbus Street. 
Washington, D. C. — American Civic Association; Richard B. Watrous, 913- 
914 Union Trust Building. 
Archaeological Institute of America; Mitchell Carroll, The Octagon. 
Arts and Crafts School; Miss Schroeder, 1711 New York Avenue. 
Corcoran Gallery of Art; F. B. McGuire, 
League for the Decoration of the Public Schools of the District of 

Columbia; Myra Hendley, 1216 L Street. 
Public School Art Teachers' Association of the District of Columbia; 

A. May AtLee, 5028 Forty-first Street. N. W. 
Society of Washington Artists; U. S. J. Dunbar, 60 V Street. 
Washmgton Architectural Club; Arthur L. Blakeslee, Vice-President, 

1617 H Street. 
Washington Chapter, A. I. A. ; Ward Brown, The Octagon. 
Washington Society of the Fine Arts; Leila Mechlin, 1741 New York 

Avenue. 
Washington Water Color Club; Bertha E. Perrie, 808 Seventeenth Street. 
Waterbury, Conn. — Mattatuck Historical Society; Henry L. Rowland, 119 

West Main Street. 
Westefn Artists, Society of; Oscar E. Berninghaus, 2313 Washington 

Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 
Wilkcs-Barre, Pa.— Gargoyle Qub ; Gilbert S. McClintock, President, 34 South 
River Street. 



NATIONAL, ALBANY 91 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF MUSEUMS. 

Henry L. Ward, President, W. P. Wilson, Treasurer, 

Milwaukee. Philadelphia. 

Benjamin Ives Gilman, Paul M. Rea, .... Secretary. 

First Vice-President, Charleston Museum, Charleston, S. C. 

Boston. 

(For foundation see Vol. VI, p. 145.) 

Organized 1906. Convention held in New York City, June 4 to 7, 1912. 
Proceedings are published. Sustaining membership consists chiefly of scien- 
tific museums and historical societies, with a small proportion of art 
museums; individual museum workers form the active membership. A 
Directory of Museums of Art, History, and Science was published in 1910. 
Committee on employment established with F. J. V. Skiff, Chairman, Field 
Museum of Natural History, Chicago. 



INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON ART EDUCATION. 

AMERICAN COMMITTEE, FIFTH CONGRESS. 

Royal Bailey Farnum, Chairman. 

New York State Director of Art Education, Albany, N. Y. 

Charles A. Bennett, Robert A. Harshe, 

Director Bradley Polytechnic Leland Stanford University, 

Institute, Peoria, 111. California. 

The Fourth International Congress was held at Dresden, Germany, August 
12-18, 1912. Twenty-four countries, including the United States, were repre- 
sented in the exhibition. The Fifth International Congress will be held in 
Paris in 1916, in conjunction with a World's Exposition of Arts and Crafts. 



NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION. 

DEPARTMENT OF MANUAL TRAINING. 

Arthur L. Williston, President Robert W. Selvidge^ . Secretary. 
Annual meeting in July. University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. 



ALBANY INSTITUTE 

AND 

HISTORICAL AND ART SOCIETY. 

125 Washington Avenue, Albany, N. Y. 

J. Townsend Lansing, . President. Ledyard Cogswell, Jr., . Treasurer. 
Danforth E. Ainsworth, William Gorham Rice, . Secretary. 

First Vice-President. 

Gallery open afternoons; Saturdays and Sundays, free; other days, 25 
cents. Over 100 paintings. 

Organized 1791; incorporated 1846; consolidated with Albany Historical 
and Art Society, 1900; building opened 1908. Annual meeting, second Mon- 
day in May. Five hundred members. 



«> AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

NEW YORK STATE EDUCATION DEPARTMEN1\ 

Department of Visual Instruction, Educational Building, Albany, N. Y. 
Andrew S. Draper, Commissioner of Education. 
Alfred W. Abrams, Chief. William R. Eastman, Cliief. 

Division of Visual Instruction. Division of Educational Extension. 

Lantern slides, hand photographs and wall pictures lent to schools under 
the jurisdiction of the Department; and to libraries, study clubs and other 
organizations duly registered for the purpose. Special libraries or collections 
of books on art topics are lent through the Division of Educational Extension. 



ALLENTOWN, PA. 

The city has been presented with a painting, "The Port of Marseilles," 
by the Norwegian. Grimelund. 



WHITTIER HOME ASSOCIATION 
OF ARTS AND CRAFTS. 

Amesbury, Mass. 

Mrs. Emily 6. Smith, . President. Mrs. Charles Goodale, 
Mrs. Edward D. Roweli^ Director of Work. 

Vice-President. Mrs. Charles E Fish, 

Secretary and Treasurer, 
85 Friend Street, Amesbury, Mass. 
Annual meeting in February. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 
Classes in basketry, leather work, netting, weaving and jewelry. 



JOHN-ESTHER ART GALLERY. 
Abbott Academy, Andover, Mass. 

Jane B. Carpenter, Custodian. 

(For foundation see Vol. VI, p. 125.) 

Open free, Saturdays; 2 to 5 p. m. Collection of modern paintings and 
small Roman bronzes. 



ANN ARBOR ART ASSOCIATION. 

Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Theodore W. Koch, President. Robert Hemphill, Treasurer. 

H. M. Slauson, . Vice-President Wilfred B. Shaw, Secretary. 

Organized 1909. Annual meeting in January; 350 members. Weekly 
lectures. Two exhibitions planned for spring of 1913. 

PUBLIC LIBRARY. 
Attleboro, Mass. 

With the purchase of the painting by C. Arnold Slade, "The Reaper." 
it is believed that a municipal art collection will be made. 



ATLANTA. BALTIMORE 9:? 

ATLANTA ART ASSOCIATION. 

Mrs. Samuel M. Inman, . President. Mrs. E. W. Moore, Treasurer. 

John W. Grant, . Vice-President. Mrs. Clarence Blosser, Secretary. 

192 Myrtle Avenue, Atlanta, Ga. 

(For foundation see Vol. VI, p. 125.) 

Organized 1904. One hundred and fifty members. Chapter, American 
Federation of Arts. Frequent lectures and exhibitions. Funds are being 
raised for an art building, the City having agreed to contribute the site. Art 
scholarships are given to public school teachers. 



ATLANTA CHAPTER, A. I. A. 

John R. Dillon, President. Eugene C. Wachendorff, 

Secretary-Treasurer, 

Empire Building, Atlanta, Ga. 

Organized 1905. Annual meeting in January; stated quarterly meetings. 
Fifteen members, of whom nine are Institute members. 



ARCHITECTURAL CLUB OF BALTIMORE CITY. 

847 Hamilton Terrace, Baltimore, Md. 

Theodore W. Pietsch, . President. Bertram L. Keyes, Treasurer. 

William W. Emmart, Walter R. Murphy, Secretary. 

Vice-President. 822 Law Building. 

Organized 1907. Annual meeting April 1 ; regular meetings first Thurs- 
day of each month. Atelier maintained; local exhibitions. 



ART COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF BALTIMORE. 

City Hall, Baltimore, Md. 

Mayor James H. Preston, President. W. Hall Harris. 
Joseph Evans Sperry. James Young. 

Moses Cohen. William H. Em mart. 

JosiAs Pennington. George W. Williams. 

Otis C. Brownley, Acting Secretary. 

(For foimdation see Vol. Ill, p. 76.) 

Approved: Site for Poe Monument,; appropriation of $15,000 for eques- 
trian statue of Col. Armistead; Fallsways viaduct; electric lamps; recreation 
pier. Refused : Burbage monument and railing for Hood monument. 



BALTIMORE CHAPTER A. I. A. 

J. B. Noel Wyatt, . . President. William W. Em mart, . Treasurer. 
George WorrRiKGimr, Thos. C. Kennedy, . . Secretary, 

Vice-President. Jll N. Calvert St., Baltimore, Md. 

Organized 1870. Annual meeting in January; thirty-one members; 
frequent lectures. 



BALTIMORE WATER COLOR CLUB. 

W. R. C. Wood, President. Dora L. Murdoch, . Treasurer. 

Edward G. McDowell, S. H. Beach am, . . . Secretary. 

Mary Ksbmelberg, Vice-Presidents. Roland Park, Baltimore, Md. 

Organized 1892. Thirty-two members. Annual exhibition held at the 
Peabody Institute. 



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CHARCOAL CLUB OF BALTIMORE. 

Howard and Franklin Streets, Baltimore, Md. 

Frederick H. Gottlieb, . President James S. Reese, . Treasurer. 

Ephraim Keyser, . Vice-President. Henry H. Wiegand, . Secretary. 

Organized 1883. Annual meeting second Monday in January; director's 
meetings monthly. One hundred and twenty-five memibers. Chapter, Ameri- 
can Federation of Arts. Twenty-nine exhibitions and one lecture during 
1912, including Third Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Art hdd at Pea- 
body Institute, February 26 to March 17, 1912, when sales amounted to $5,800. 



HANDICRAFT CLUB OF BALTIMORE. 

523 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Md. 

J. Hemsley Johnson, . President. Emily Graves, 

Thomas C. Corner, . Vice-President. Corresponding Secretary. 

Laurence H. Fowler, . Treasurer. 

Organized 1908. Annual meeting in February ; stated meetings November, 
January and May. One hundred and sixty-seven members. Chapter, Ameri- 
can Federation of Arts. Permanent exhibition of handicraft. 



MARYLAND INSTITUTE FOR THE PROMOTION OF THE 

MECHANIC ARTS. 
Mt. Royal Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

John M. Carter, . President. Lemuel T. Appold, Treasurer. 

Ernest Schmeisser, Vice-President. James Young, . Secretary. 

C. Y. Turner, Director. 

Open free 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. Organized 1847. Annual meeting third 
Wednesday in April ; stated meetings second Monday in each month. Per- 
manent collection of paintings, bronzes and porcelaines. Portrait of a young 
girl by John W. Alexander was presented in 1912. (See also school section.) 



MUNICIPAL ART SOCIETY OF BALTIMORE. 

Theodore Marburg, . . President. Henry D. Harlan, 

S. Davies Warfield, . Treasurer. W. W. Spence, 

John F. Semmes, . . Counsel. E. Brent Keyser, 

JosiAs Pennington, Secretary, Mendes Cohen, . Vice-Presidents. 
1119 Paul Street, Baltimore, Md. 

(For foundation and history see Vol. II, p. 2, and Vol. VI, p. 128.) 
Organized 1899. Annual meeting in January. Chapter, American Federa- 
tion of Arts. 

PEABODY INSTITUTE. 

Baltimore, Md. 

Samuel C. Chew, . . President Michael Jenkins, . Treasurer. 
Arthur George Brown, Louis H. Dielman, 

Vice-President. Executive Secretary. 

Faris C. Pitt, Secretary, Chairman Art Gallery and Rinehart Fimd. 

(For Rinehart Scholarship, see Vol V, p. 151.) 
Open, free, daily 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. ; Sundays 1 to 5 p. m. Gallery of 
paintings and casts. 

Annual meeting in June. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Occa- 
sional special exhibitions. February 26 to March 17, 1912.-^Third annual 
exhibition of American art with co-operation of Charcoal Club. 



BALTIMORE, BOSTON 95 

RINEHART SCHOLARSHIP. 

Rinehart Scholarship for sculpture, entitling to stud^ in Europe, is open 
to men, American citizens, unmarried and not over thirty-seven years. In 
1912 renewed for one year in Paris to George A. Conlon and Emmanuel A. 
Cavacos. Rinehart School of Sculpture maintained by Maryland Institute 
School of Art. (See schools.) 



WALTERS GALLERY. 

Private gallery of Henry Walters. Charles and Centre Streets, Baltimore, Md. 

Public admitted Wednesdays, Saturdays and holidays in January, Febru- 
ary, March and April, 11 a. m. to 4 p. m. Collection contams masterpieces 
of every school of painting, Italian majolica, Limoges enamels, antique and 
modern sculpture and Chinese porcelains. Fee of 50 cents; proceeds given 
to the Poor Association, 101 West Saratoga Street, where tickets must be 
secured. 

BAY CITY ART CLUB. 

Isabel A. Ballou, . President. Mrs. E. L. Gates, . . Secretary. 
Mrs. a. M. Miller, . Vice-President 508 Stanton Street, Bay City, Mien. 
Mrs. Lewis G. Weadock, Treasurer. 

Organized 1899. Annual meeting in February. Study club meeting Tues- 
day afternoons. About 150 members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 



ARCHITECTURAL SOCIETY, MASSACHUSETTS 
INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. 

30 Trinity Place, Boston, Mass. 

P. Donald Horgan, President D. R. McEnary, . Treasurer. 

Gordon H. Robb^ . Vice-President Henry O. Gudden, . . Secretary. 

(For foundation, see Vol. VI, p. 133.) 
Organized 1886. Annual meeting May 1. Ninety-eight members. 



ART COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF BOSTON. 

Thomas Allen, Chairman. 
Alexander W. Longfellow, Jr. Ai^xander Steinest. 

Charles D. Maginnis. J. Templeton Cooudge, Secretary. 

Henry Copley Greene, Clerk. 1151 Tremont Building, Boston Mass. 

Organized 1898. Five members, appointed by the Mayor; one member 
appointed on or before May 1 of each year for a term of five years. 



BOSTON ARCHITECTURAL CLUB. 
16 Somerset Street, Boston, Mass. 

Louis C. Newhall, President. W. S. Parker Secretary. 

A. N. Cox, . . . Vice-President. 120 Boylston Street, Boston, Mass. 
G. William Gilmore, . Treasurer. 

Organized 1889. Annual meeting first Saturday in October; stated meet- 
ings, first Saturdays in December, February, April and June. Three hundred 
and fifty members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 



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BOSTON ART CLUB. 

150 Newbury Street, corner Dartmouth, Boston, Mass. 
John R. Ainsley, President. Charles W. Smith, . Treasurer. 

Henry Hornblower, Frederick H. Mills, . Secretary. 

Charles A. Walker, 95 Milk Street. 

Vice-Presidents. 

(For foundation, see Vol. 1, p. 99.) 
Organized 1871. Annual meeting first Saturday in April. Six hundred 
and fifty members. Numerous exhibitions of American paintings. Chapter, 
Americati Federation of Arts. 



BOSTON SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS. 
BOSTON CHAPTER, A. I. A. 

R. Clipston Sturgis, . President Harry H. Kendall, Treasurer 

Alexander W. Longfellow, Charles N. Cogswell, Secretary, 

Vice-President. Old South Building, Boston, Mass. 

Organized 1867. Annual meeting first Tuesday in January; stated meet- 
ings first Tuesday in each month, except July and August. Two hundred 
and fifty members, of whom nine are Institute members. Chapter, American 
Federation of Arts. Prizes awarded at Institute of Technology., at Harvard, 
and at Boston Architectural Club, and to competitor taking second place 
for Rotch Scholarship. 

rotch traveling scholarship. 
C. H. Blackall, Secretary, 20 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. 

Examinations in April of each year. Award of $2,000 for two years' 
architectural study abroad. Winner 1912 — Charles Cameron Clark. 



BOSTON SOCIETY OF WATER COLOR PAINTERS. 

Thomas Allen, . President. C. Scott White, . Vice-President. 

William J. Bixbee, Secretary and Treasurer, 
126 Front Street, Marblehead. Mass. 

Organized 1891. Annual meeting first Saturday in January ; stated meet- 
ing first Wednesday in November. Fifteen members. March 8 to 23, 1912 — 
Twenty-fourth annual exhibition at Boston Art Club. 

BOSTON WATER COLOR CLUB. 

Charles H. Woodbury, . President. D wight Blaney, . Treasurer. 

Martha Silsbee, Secretary, 115 Marlboro Street, Boston, Mass. 

Organized 1888. Annual meeting in April; stated meeting in November. 
Thirty-two members. Annual exhibition m February. Chapter, American 
Federation of Arts. 



COPLEY SOCIETY OF BOSTON. 
Copley Hall, 194 Clarendon Street, Boston, Mass. 
HoLKER Abbott, President. 
Thomas Allen, D. Blakely Hoar, Treasurer. 

H. WiNTHROP Peirce, V.-Presidents. Frederick W. Coburn, . Secretary. 
(For foundation, see Vol. I, p. 114; Vol. IV, p. 162.) 
Annual meeting December. One thousand and fifty members. The 
rooms of the Society open daily 10 a. m. to 7 p. m. and classes are main- 
tained; monthly social meetings and numerous "one-man" exhibitions. Chap- 
ter, American Federation of Arts. 

Exhibition of Spanish paintings, February 27 to March 20, 1912. 



COUIIISY OF 

TOWERING TREES. BY DANIEL CAREER. 



BOSTON 97 

MASSACHUSETTS NORMAL ART SCHOOL ALUMNI 

ASSOCIATION. 
Grundmann Studios, 198 Clarendon Street, Boston, Mass. 

William J. Edwards, . President. Minnie S. Seaver, Vice-President. 

Ellen F. O'Connor, Secretary and Treasurer, 
42 Highland Avenue, Boston, Mass. 

Organized 1888. Annual meeting April. Other meetings January and 
June. About 300 members. Room open to members daily from 10 to 6. 



MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS. 

Huntington Avenue, Boston, Mass. 
Gardiner Martin Lane, President Francis Lee Higginson, Treasurer. 

STAFF. 

Arthur Fairbanks, Director and Curator of Classical Art. 
Benjamin Ives Gilman, Secretary. 

Sidney Norton Deane^ Secretary to the Director and in charge of Educa- 
tional Work. 
Okakura-Kakuzo, Advisor to the Department of Chinese and Japanese Art 
Edward Sylvester Morse^ Keeper of Japanese Pottery. 
George A. Reisner, Curator of Egyptian Art. 
Jean Guiffrey, Curator of Paintings. 
FiTzRoY Carrington, Curator of Prints. 
Morris Carter^ Librarian. 
WiixiAM W. McLean, Superintendent of Building and Grounds. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 94, and Vol. VHI, p. 118.) 

Open week days 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. (November to March, 4 p. m.) ; Sun- 
days 1 p. m. to 5 p. m. Admission free Saturdays, Sundays and public holi- 
days ; other days, 25 cents. Guidance in the galleries free to visitors. Perma- 
nent exhibition of original works of the art of Egypt, Greece, Rome, the 
Orient and modern Europe and America, supplemented by reproductions of 
others. 

Incorporated 1870. Annual meeting in January. Chapter, American 
Federation of Arts. Bulletin published bi-monthly. Occasional special ex- 
hibitions. Art school maintained (see list of schools). 

The largest gift of the year was $1,500,000 from Francis P. Bartlett. In 
April the Evans memorial wing, to contain paintings, was begun. Among 
the important acquisitions were: "Portrait of a Lady," by Lucas Cranach, 
the Elder; "Portrait of John Eld," by Gainsborough; 145 water colors \ff 
John S. Sargent; 11 objects added to Ross Oriental Collection; ColonisJ 
silver; Flemish tapestries. Special exhibitions held include works by mem- 
bers of the "Societe des Peintres et des Sculpteurs;" Colonial furniture; 
early wood-cuts, and recent acquisitions in Chinese and Japanese art A 
print department has been endowed and FitzRoy Carrington was appointed 
Curator; the "Print Collector's Quarterly" will hereafter be published by 
the Museum. 

PUBLIC LIBRARY OF THE CITY OF BOSTON. 

Boston, Mass. 

Horace G. Wadlin, Librarian. 

Three exhibition rooms open on week days 9 a. m. to 10 p. m.; Sundayi 
12 to 10 p. m., except from June 15 to Septen^er 15, when the Library closes 
at 9 p. mk Frequent special exhibitions. Over 20,000 books on art ; over 
30,000 phot6graphs and process prints. 



98 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

SAINT BOTOLPH CLUB. 
Boston, Mass. 

Wm. Chester Chase, Chairman Art Committee. 

8 Marlborough St, Boston, Mass. 

Six exhibitions during the year. 



SOCIETY OF ARTS AND CRAFTS. 
9 Park Street, Boston, Mass. 

H. Langf<»d Warren, . President. A. W. Longfellow, 
H. Percy Macomber, C. Howard Walker, 

Secretary and Treasurer. J. T. Coolidge, Jr., 

Vice-Presidents. 

Organized 1897. Annual meeting, the second Wednesday in February. 
Nine hundred members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Perma- 
nent salesroom and monthly exhibitions. 



STUART CLUB. 

102 The Fenway, Boston, Mass. 

Katherine B. Child, . President Mrs. H. N. Wheeler, . Secretary. 
Mrs. E. F. Williams, . Treasurer. 55 Garden Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

(For details see Vol. VI, p. 138.) 
A home for women students. 



OLD COLONY UNION. 

Bourne, Mass.; P. O. Buzzards Bay, Mass. 

Mrs. F. C. Small^ . . President. Mrs. F. C. Green, . . Secretary, 
Mrs. Robert J. Ryder, Vice-President. Buzzards Bay, Mass. 

Mrs. Harry C. Moody, Treasurer. 

Helen M. Hill, Director and Acting Secretary. 

Organized 1911. Annual meeting first Saturday in April ; monthly execu- 
tive committee meetings. Three hundred and forty-three members. Chapter, 
American Federation of Arts. Industrial school built in 1912; equipped with 
looms, carpenter shop, etc. Clubhouse and tea room operated by the older 
girls in the villages. Children in industrial school paid for their work, and 
their carfare from the adjacent villages is also paid. 



BRIDGEPORT ART LEAGUE. 

991 Main Street, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Mrs. Herbert M. Knapp, President. Mrs. William M. Richardson, 

Helen Harrison, Secretary. 

First Vice-President. 76 Sherwood Av., Bridgeport, Conn. 
Mrs. John Chamberlain, Treasurer. 

(For foundation see Vol. VI, p. 139.) 

Lectures given. Frequent exhibitions. 



BROCKTON PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Brockton, Mass. 

Frank H. Whitmore, Librarian. 

About 1,200 books on the fine and applied arts. Monthly exhibitions. 



BRUNSWICK, BUFFALO 99 

WALKER ART BUILDING. 

Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Me. 

Henry Johnson, Curator. 

(For foundation and description see Vol. V, p. 158.) 
Open, free, week days, 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. ; Sundays and holidays, 1 :30 to 
4 p. m. Mural decorations by La Farge, Vedder, Thayer and Cox. Collec- 
tions comprise paintings, Japanese and Chinese art objects, Cypriote antiqui- 
ties, etc. 

BUFFALO CHAPTER, A. I. A. 

H. Osgood Holland, . President. Ellicott R. Colson, . Secretary. 

35 Dun Building, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Organized 1890. Forty-six members, of whom eighteen are Institute 
members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 



BUFFALO FINE ARTS ACADEMY. 

Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, N. Y. 

William A. Douglas, . President. Joseph C. Dudley, . Secretary. 
Walter P. Cooke, Vice-President. George E. Laverack, . Treasurer. 

Cornelia B. Sage, Art Director. 

(For history see Vol. VI, p. 160.) 

Open daily 10 a. m. to 5 :30 p. m., except Sundays and Mondays, when 
the hours are 1 to 5:30 p. m. Admission free Tuesdays, Thursdays, Satur- 
days and Sundays; other days (to non-members) 25 cents. Galleries of 
paintings and sculpture. 

Incorporated 1862. Annual meeting first Wednesday after the first Tues- 
day in January. Permanent funds, $289,439.57, of which about $144,000 is for 
maintenance, and $145,000 consists of special picture funds. About seven 
hundred members; a new membership at $5 called "The Friends of the Al- 
bright Art Gallery" was established in the spring of 1912, the income being 
devoted to the purchase of works of art for the permanent collection; the 
first picture acquired was Charles W. Hawthorne's "The Family." An art 
school is maintained (see school reports). "Academy Notes," published 
quarterly; $1 a year, free to members. Chapter, American Federation of 
Arts. 

In November, 1912, the fiftieth year of its incorporation was celebrated 
by a Greek pageant in the sculpture court of the Albright Art Gallery. At- 
tendance in 1912 was 167,723, with twelve special exhibitions including De- 
cember 16 to December 26, paintings by members of the Societe des Peintres 
et des Sculpteurs of Paris. Twenty-four works were sold. Two public lec- 
tures. 

BUFFALO GUILD OF ALLIED ARTS. 
623a Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Claxa Sackett, President-Treasurer. Ruth Hamlin, 

Bryant Fleming^ Corresponding Secretary. 

Arthur S. Hurrell^ James C. Kindlund, 

Vice-Presidents. Recording Secretary. 

Organized 1912. Permanent sales room opened January 16, 1912. About 
two hundred members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Exhibitions ; 
lectures; tea served Monday and Friday. 



100 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

BUFFALO MANUAL ARTS TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. 

Department of Public Instruction, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Stewart F. Ball, . . President F. H. Wing, .... Secretanr. 
Vernon M. Stone, Vice-President 145 Franklin Street, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Margery Jenkins, • . Treasurer. 

Five meetings a year, September to May. One hundred members. 



BUFFALO SCHOOL ART ASSOCIATION. 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Harry W. Jacobs, . . President. Margaret Giesecke, 

Helen Horton, First Vice-President Corresponding Secretary, 

Adel Joslyn, .... Treasurer. Room 11, Municipal Building. 

Organized 1911. Annual meeting in January; special meetings in March, 
April and May. Six hundred members. 



BUFFALO SOCIETY OF ARTISTS. 
Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Cornelia Bentley Sage, President. John Eppendorff, . . Treasurer. 
D. Urquhart Wiloox, Mrs. Robert Fulton, . Secretary. 

Vice-President 

Organized 1891. Annual meeting, first Friday in October; stated meet- 
ings, first Friday in each month. Four hundred and fifty members. Chapter, 
American Federation of Arts. Frequent exhibitions. 



CALIFORNIA STATE BOARD OF ARCHITECTURE. 

NORTHERN DISTRICT. 

William Curlett, . . President. Lionel Deane, Secretary-Treasurer, 
Joseph C. Newsom, 1343 McAllister Street, 

Clarence R. Ward, San Francisco, CaL 

SOUTHERN DISTRICT. 

John P. Krempel, . . President. Fred H. Roehrig, 

OcTAVus Morgan, . Secretary-Treasurer, 

Sumner P. Hunt, 404 Byrne Building, 

William S. Hebbard, Los Angeles, Cal. 

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CHAPTER, A. I. A. 

John C. Austin, . . . President Fernand Parmentier, . Secretary. 
R. B. Young, . . . Vice-President. 538 Byrne Building, 

August Wackerbarth, . Treasurer. Los Angeles, Cal. 

Organized 1892. Annual meeting second Tuesday in October; stated 
meetings second Tuesday of each month. Ninety-seven members, of whom 
thirty-three are Institute members. 



CAMBRIDGE MUNICIPAL ART SOCIETY. 

Cambridge, Mass. 

Charles W. Euot, • . President C. H. Blackall, Secretary-Treasurer. 

20 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. 

(For foundation see VoL V, p. Iffl.) 



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CAMBRIDGE, CEDAR RAPIDS 101 

HARVARD UNIVERSITY. 
Cambridge, Mass. 

FOGG ART MUSEUM. 

Edward W. Forbes Director. 

(For foundation and collections see Vol. I, p. 117; Vol. VIII, p. 126.) 
Museum open week days 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.; Sundays, during the term, 
1 to 5 p. m. Paintings by old masters; a few original drawings and water 
color sketches; a few marbles; a number of valuable engravings; several 
thousand photographs and slides. 

NELSON ROBINSON, Jr., HALL. 

The home of the Department of Architecture and Landscape Architec- 
ture; contains full-sized casts of important pieces of architecture, original 
drawings, pottery and bronzes. Library open daily during term 9 a. m. to 
4:30 p. m. ; Saturdays, 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. ; about 1,400 volumes and over 
11,000 photographs. 

GERMANIC MUSEUM. 
KuNo Francke, Curator. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 163.) 

Open, free, Monday, Friday and Saturda3r 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.; Thursday 
and Sunday 1 to 5 p. m. Chiefly reproductions of ancient works of art; 
a few modern originals. 

Cornerstone of new building laid June 7, 1912; Adolphus Busch, of St 
Louis, gave $250,000 to the building fund. 

SEMITIC MUSEUM. 

David Gordon Lyon, Curator. 

(For foundation see Vol. VIII, p. 126.) 
Open week days 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. 

Collections illustrating the art, religion, literature and manners of Arabia, 
Phoenicia, Syria, Persia, Palestine and Egypt. 

COLLECTION OF CLASSICAL ANTIQUITIES. 
George Henry Chase, Curator. 

Open Mondays 2 to 5 p. m. 

Collection of bronzes, vases and coins ; also casts, photographs, squeezings 
and rubbings of inscriptions and models of ancient utensils of archaeological 
interest. 



TOPIARIAN CLUB OF HARVARD UNIVERSITY. 

Robinson Hall, Cambridge, Mass. 

Paris B. Smith, . . . President Irvin J. McCrary, 
Robert W. Beal^ . Vice-President. Secretary-Treasurer. 

2 Divinity Hall, Cambridge, Mass. 

Organized 1902. Annual meeting first Thursday in May; monthly meet- 
ings during academic year. Nineteen members. Competitive exhibitions. 



PUBLIC LIBRARY. 
Cedar Rapids, la. 
Martha H. Bangs^ Librarian. 
Occasional exhibitions of paintings. 



102 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

CAROLINA ART ASSOCIATION. 

Gibbes Memorial Art Building, Charleston, S. C. 

James Simons^ .... President W. C. Miller, Treasurer. 

John S. Ficken, First Vice-President. T. R. Waring, .... Secretary. 

(For foundation see Vol. V, p. 163.) 

Open week days 10 a. m. to 6 p. in.; Sundays, 4 to 6 p. m.; admission, 
25 cents; free to members. Permanent and special exhibitions of paintings. 

Incorporated 1858; building erected 1904. Annual meeting in March. 
Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Arts and crafts school is maintained. 



CHARLESTON MUSEUM. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Paxtl M. Rba, .... Director. William J. Mazyck, Curator of Art. 

Open 10 a. m. to 5 p. ul, week days. Small number casts of Greek, 
Egyptian and Assyrian sculpture. 



ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO. 

Michigan Avenue, opposite Adams Street. Chicago, III 

Charles H. Hutchinson, President. Ernest A. Hamill, . . Treasurer. 

Martin A. Ryerson, W. M. R. French, . . . Director. 

Frank A. Logan^ Mary Van Horne^ . . Librarian. 

Vice-Presidents. Newton H. Carpenter, . Secretary. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 138.) 

Open week days, 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. ; Sundays, 4 to 6 p. m.; admission, 
free Wednesdays, Saturdays, Sundays and legal holidays ; other days, 25 cents. 
Galleries of old and modern paintings, casts, art objects and prints. Ryerson 
Library with 7,500 volumes, 2,700 photographs and 9,400 lantern slides. 

Organized 1879. Annual meetmg first Tuesday in June; Board meetings 
first Thursday after the first Tuesday in June and the last Thursdays of 
October and January. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 

The Scammon lectures for 1912 were delivered by Edwin H. Blashfield, 
the subject being "The Classic Point of View." Bulletin issued quarterly. 
Large school maintained (see list of schools). Membership, 3,672; at- 
tendance 861,011, an increase of 156,772 over past year; 287 audiences in 
Fullerton Hall. 

During the year Edward B. Butler fitted up Room 48 where his gift of 
eighteen paintings by George Inn ess has been installed. Eight paintings re- 
ceived from "Friends of American Art." Collection of porcelain and pottery 
increased b^ permanent loan of 700 examples of British and American ware 
in the Amelia Blauxiers collection, and 270 pieces in the Sanderson collection of 
Old Wedgewood. The Antiquarian Society added 50 objects ; gifts included 36 
costimies, 267 medals. Money gifts during the year amounted to $18,345. 
A bequest of $50,000 left by Daniel H. Burnham to establish an architectural 
library. Income of $34,014 from Ferguson Fund of over $1,000,000; Lorado 
Taft is completing the Memorial Fountain. 

Thirty exhibitions. Awards in Annual Exhibition of American paintings 
and sculpture; Palmer Gold Medal and $1,000 to Daniel Garber; Harris Silver 
Medal and $500 to John C. Tohansen; Harris Bronze Medal and $300 to 
Margaret F. Richardson; Cahn Prize of $100 to Frederick F. Fursman. 
Awards in Annual Exhibition of works by Chicago artists: Grower Prize 
of $100 to Charles Francis Browne; Shaffer Prize of $50 to Nellie V. 
Walker; Carr Prize of $100 to Anna L. Stacey; Butler Purchase Prize of 
$200 to Frank C. Peyraud. Awards in Annual Exhibition of Western Ar- 
tists : Fine Arts Building Prize of $500 to L. H. Meakin. 



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CHICAGO 103 

ART INSTITUTE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION. 

Art Institute, Chicago, 111. 

Mbs. W. M. R. French^ Albert F. Giddings^ 

Honorary President. Treasurer. 

Joseph P. . Bibxen^ . . President Hazel Ckow^ . . . Rec. Secretary. 

Louis Bbtts^ . . . Vice-President. W. S. Lauderback, Cor.-Secretary. 

Organized 1912. Annual meeting last Tuesday ^ January; stated 
monthly meeting. Four hundred members. 



ARTISTS' GUILD. 

Fine Arts Shop, 410 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III 

Edwakd M. Ericson, Managing Director. 

A permanent exhibition and salesroom for members whose work has 
been approved by the Committee. 



CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB. 

39 West Adams, Street, Chicago, 111. 

Edwin F. Gillette, . . President Otto A. Silha, . . . Treasurer. 
HoBACB C Ingram, Vice-President Roy A Lippencott, . . Secretary. 

Organized 1885. Annual meeting first Monday in May; regular meetings, 
alternate Mondays. Two hundred and twenty-nine members. Lecture courses, 
competitions and criticisms. Twenty-fifth annual exhibition held at Art In- 
stitute April 9 to 28, 1912. Annual Traveling Scholarship of $500. 



CHICAGO CERAMIC ART ASSOCIATION. 

M. Ellen Iglehart^ . . President Mrs. Isabellb C. Kissinger, 
loNE Wheeler, First Vice-President Corresponding Secretary, 

Mrs. R. D. Park, . . Treasurer. 5658 Midiigan Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Organized 1893. Annual meeting first Tuesday in May; stated meeting 
first Tuesday of each month. Thirty-three members. Exhibitions at Art 
Institute of Chicago; Denver, Colo.; Springfield, 111.; and Lincoln, Neb. 
Fifteen pieces sold, three prizes awarded. 



CHICAGO PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Henry E. Legler, Librarian. 

The Art Room contains books on art, portfolios of engravings and rare 
or unusually beautiful books. Forty-eight thousand volumes on fine and 
applied arts. 

CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOL ART SOCIETY. 

Mrs. John Buckingham, President Mrs. Alfred M. Walter, 

Mrs. FhKDCRiCK A. Dilano. Corresponding Secretary, 

First Vice-President 2729 Prairie Avenue. 

Mrs. Charles P. Miller, Treasurer. 

(For history see Vol. VI, p. 160.) 

Organized 1894; incorporated 1901. Annual meeting in April. Chapter, 
American Federation of Arts. 

Decorations given to schools; traveling exhibitions of paintings main- 
tained in co-operation with Chicago Society of Artists and Board of Educa- 
tion; art libraries and photographs lent to schools. 



104 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

CHICAGO SCHOOL ARTS ASSOCIATION. 

Lucy L. Silke^ .... President. Oscar L. McMubray, . Secretary. 

Normal School, Chicago, 111. 
Bi-monthly meetings. 

CHICAGO SOCIETY OF ARTISTS. 

Art Institute, Chicago, 111. 

Charles Francis Browne, President Rudolph F. Ingerle^ . . Treasurer. 
LxoNARD Crunelle, Vice-Prcsidcnt George F. Schultz, . . Secretary. 

818 Schiller Building. 

(For foundation see Vol. IV, p. 180.) 

Annual meeting, first Monday in April; Executive Board meetings, first 

Monday each month, November to June. One hundred members. Chapter, 

American Federation of Arts. Exhibitions in February at the Art Institute. 

Silver medal 1912 awarded to Frank C. Peyraud. 



CHICAGO SOCIETY OF ETCHERS. 

4316 Greenwood Avenue, Chicago, 111. 
Thomas Wood Stevens, President. Ralph M. Pearson, Vice-President. 

Mrs. Bertha E. Jaques, Secretary-Treasurer. 

Organized 1910. Two hundred and sixty members, of whom seventy- 
three are active. 

Annual exhibition, March, 1912, at the Art Institute, and- later at St. Louis, 
Rochester, Cincinnati, Milwaukee, Toledo, Pittsburgh, Dubuque, Madison, 
Worcester and Providence. Two exhibitions traveled through Illinois and 
the West under auspices of General Federation of Women's Clubs. During 
the year 680 etchings were exhibited; 209 sold for $1,810.50. 

Gift of 1912 to associate members was a book on "The Etching of 
Cities," by Thomas Wood Stevens. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 



FRIENDS OF AMERICAN ART. 

Art Institute, Chicago, 111. 

Whxiam O. Goodman, . President Wiuliam T. Fenton, . Treasurer. 

Frank G. Logan, Arthur T. Aldis, . . Secretary. 

George F. Porter, N. H. Carpenter, 
H. C. Chatfield-Taylor, Assistant Secretary. 

Vice-Presidents. 

(For foundation see Vol. IX, p. 131.) 

Organized and incorporated 1910. Annual meeting third Wednesday in 
April; Board of Directors meets one week later. One hundred and sixty- 
three members who subscribe $200 a year each to purchase works by Ameri- 
can artists for the Art Institute. Acquired 1912: Paintings by William 
Ritchell, Charles W. Hawthorne, Gifford Beal, Ralph Clarkson, F. J. Waugh, 
Elizabeth Sparhawk-Jones, F. C. Peyraud, Oliver Dennett Grover and Ben 
Foster. 

MUNICIPAL ART COMMISSION OF CHICAGO. 

Ralph Clarkson, Painter, President. William Kolacek^ 

Richard E. Schmidt, . Architect. President West Park Commission. 

Charles L. Hutchinson, Francis T. Simmons, 

President Art Institute. President Lincoln Park Commission. 

John Bartx)n Payne, Fred A. Busse, Mayor. 

President South Park Commission. Lorado Taft, Sculptor, Secretary. 

6016 Ellis Avenue, Chicago, 111. 
(For foundation see Vol. Ill, p. 102.) 



CHICAGO 105 

MUNICIPAL ART LEAGUE OF CHICAGO. 

Art Institute, Chicago. 

Ralph Clakkson^ . . . President Charles L Hutchinson^ Treasurer. 
LoRADO Taft, . . Vice-President. Kenneth Sawyer Goodman, 

Secretary. 
Louis A. Damon, Assistant Secretary. 

(For foundation see Vol. Ill, p. 103.) 

Annual meeting last Tuesday in April ; meetings third Thursdays October 
to March open to the public. Maintains a municipal art gallery through 
yearly purchase; the 1912 purchase was "Afternoon" by Frank C. Peyraud. 

EXHIBITION COMMITTEE. 

Mrs. William F. Grower, Chairman. Mrs. William Foster Young, 
Mrs. Homer H. Kingsley, Corresponding Secretary-Treasurer, 

Vice-Chairman. 5506 Rice St., Austin Station, Chicago. 

A standing committee composed of representatives of sixty-three organi- 
zations federated to encourage art in Chicago. Meetings in Club Rooms, 
Art Institute, second Saturday of each month from October to April. Aids 
exhibitions of Chicago artists. Awards, 1912: Grower prize of $100 to 
Charles Francis Browne; Shaffer prize of $50 to Nellie V. Walker. 

affiliated clubs and delegates. 

Altrui Club — Mrs. Albert W. Holmes, 5241 West Carmen Avenue. 

Alumni Association of the Art Institute — ^Joseph Birren, 72 West Adams 

Street. 
Arche Qub — Mrs. Frederick A. Dow, 6438 Lexington Avenue. 
Art Students' League of Chicago — Walter S. Lauderback, Valparaiso, Ind. 
Aurora Woman's Club — Mrs. T. N. Holden, 4 South Root Street, Aurora, 111. 

Austin Woman's Qub — Mrs. Rena S. Tuthill, 733 North Central Avenue, 
Austin Station, Chicago. 

Bryn Mawr Woman's Club — Mrs. Frank A. Morgan, 7216 Jeffery Avenue. 

Catholic Woman's League — ^Rose McComsky, 5821 Indiana Avenue. 

Chicago Association of Collegiate Alumnae — Mrs. I. D. Sperling, 5329 Kim- 
bark Avenue. 

Chicago Ceramic Art Association — Mrs. Victor J. Kissinger, 5658 Michigan 
Avenue. 

Chicago Culture Club — Lena Clarke, 2908 Washington Boulevard. 

Chicago Press League — Mrs. F. K. Bowes, 1542 West Adams Street. 

Chicago Association of Jewish Women — Mrs. David Yondorf, 5009 Ellis 
Avenue. 

Chicago Society of Artists — Wilson Irvine, 2657 West Fifteenth Street 

Chicago South Side Club^Mrs. Ira A. Newman, 5476 East End Avenue. 

Chicago Woman's Aid — Mrs. Edward Stransky, 4947 Washington Park Place. 

Chicago Woman's Gub — Mrs. John C. Shaffer, 1704 Judson Avenue, 
Evanston, 111. 

Chrysolite Club— Mrs. Frank I. Bennett, 5807 Washington Avenue. 

Current Topic Qub of Blue Island — Emily Roche, 362 Maple Avenue, Blue 
Island, 111. 

Downer's Grove Woman's Club— Mrs. George L. Knox, 46 Franklin Street. 

Downer's Grove, 111. 
Englewood Woman's Gub — Mrs. J. W. Parker, 6731 Union Avenue. 
Evanston Woman's Gub — Mrs. Frank Whittier Smith, 1834 Wesley Avenue, 

Evanston, 111. 



106 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

(Municipal Art League Affiliated Clubs — Continued) 

Humboldt Woman's Qub — Mrs. Elsa Mohr Andersen, 2454 N. Kedzie 

Boulevard. 
Hinsdale Woman's Qub^Mrs. A. K Walker, Seventh Street, Hinsdale, 111. 
Irving Park Sorosis — Mrs. Elma Wilcox, 4011 Warwick Avenue. 
Klio Association — Mrs. Frank R. Chandler, 744 Rush Street. 
La Grange Woman's Club— Julia Knapp, 114 S. Kensington Avenue, La 

Grange, III. 
Lake Bluff Woman's Club^Mrs. James M. Qeaver, Lake Bluff, 111. 
Lake View Woman's Gub— Lena M. McCauley, 418 St. James Place. 
Millard Avenue Woman's Club — Mrs. J. C. Swinson, 2835 Millard Avenue. 
Mont Clare Musical and Literary Club— Mrs. John Hobart Beers, 4535 

Lake Avenue. 
Nike Club — Mrs. Stephen M. R. Hunt, La Grange, 111. 
North End Club — Mrs. Edward C Portman, 4945 Kenmore Avenue. 
North Shore Country Club — Mrs. Clarence C. Dunkle, 1256 Glenlake Avenue. 
Norwood Park Club— Mrs. Duane T. McNab, 5701 Circle Avenue, Norwood 

Park, 111. 
Park Ridge Woman's Club— Mrs. James Wm. Pattison, Park Ridge, 111. 
Public School Art Society of Evan ston— Julia E. Fergueson, 1610 Oak 

Avenue, Evanston, 111. 
Ravenswood Woman's Club— Mrs. William C. Richards, 4614 North Ashland 

Avenue. 
River Forest Woman's Club— Mrs. J. M. Hoffman, 113 Keystone Avenue, 

River Forest, 111. 
Rogers Park Woman's Club— Mrs. Walter S. Shaw, 1509 Farwell Avenue. 
Sesame Circle— Mrs. B. N. Fisk, 120 North Oak Park Avenue, Oak Park, 111. 
The Fortnightlv of Englewood— Mrs. F. T. Avery, 6637 Stewart Avenue. 
The Mary Noble Club— Mrs. C. S. Downs, 4819 Kimbark Avenue. 
The Matheon— Grace Rauth, 211 North Waller Avenue, Austin Station, 

Chicago. 
The Nineteenth Century Club— Mrs. F. M. Pebbles, Jr., 248 Clinton Avenue, 

Oak Park. 111. 
The Park Ridge Improvement Association — ^Mrs. Elsie Millard, Park 

Ridge, 111. 
The Playgoers Club of Chicago — Mrs. Louis H. Manson, 4537 Sheridan Road. 
The Polytechnic Society of Chicago — Ralph Holmes, The Art Institute. 
Travel Class — Mrs. Robert F. Cummings, 5135 Madison Avenue. 
Tuesday Art and Travel Club— Mrs. John K MacDonald, 2150 DeKalb Street 
Tuesday Club^Mrs. William C. Towne, 3254 Walnut Avenue. 
Union League Qub— James S. Dickerson, 700 East Fortieth Street. 
University Guild of Evanston — Mrs. C. B. Congdon, 1876 Sheridan Road, 

Evanston, 111. 
University of Chicago Settlement League — Mrs. Harry A. Bigelow, 5533 

Washington Avenue. 
West End Woman's Club— Mrs. W. H. Hawes, 112 Home Avenue, Oak 

Park, 111. 
Western Springs Woman's Club— Mrs. H. L. Cornell, Western Springs, 111. 
Wicker Park Culture Qub^Mrs. George J. Farley, 3041 Jackson Boulevard. 
Woman's Auxilliary K. A. M. Temple— Mrs. L. Heller, 4508 Ellis Avenue. 
Woman's Club of Brookfield— Mrs. W. S. Wallace, Brookfield, 111. 
Woman's Club of Chicago Heights— Mrs. Martin Strand, 1639 Oak Street, 

Chicago Heights, 111. 
Woman's Club of Wilmette— Mrs. D. V. Webster, 619 Forest Avenue, Wil- 

mette, 111. 
Woman's Library Qub of Glencoe— Mrs. R J. Sherwin, Glencoe, 111. 
Woodlawn Woman's Qub— Mrs. Samuel L. Scott, 6254 Jackson Park Avenue. 



CHICAGO, CINCINNATI 107 

WATER COLOR CLUB OF CHICAGO. 

Art Institute, Chicago, 111. 

Geobge F. Schultz,. . President Carolyn D. Tyler, . . Treasurer. 
Mrs. Bertha Menzler Dressleb, Dudley Crafts Watson, Secretary. 

Vice-President 843 East 53d Street 

Club year ends March 1. Annual exhibitions at Art Institute. 



NATIONAL LEAGUE OF MINERAL PAINTERS. 

Mary A. Farrington, . President John Zettel, .... Secretary. 

1027 Fine Arts Building, 
Chicago, 111. 

PALETTE AND CHISEL CLUB. 

59 East Van Buren Street, Chicago, 111. 

Fred. S. Bertsch, . . . President. Fred. T. Larson^ . . . Treasurer. 
Ernest Burgraff, . Vice-President Gordon St. Clair, . . . Secretary. 
Organized 1905. Annual meeting first Thursday in January; stated 
meetings first Thursday of each month. One hundred members. Chapter, 
American Federation of Arts. Three or four exhibitions annually. 



SWEDISH CLUB OF CHICAGO. 

C. S. Peterson, President. 
757 Buena Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

The second annual exhibition of painting by Swedish-American artists 
was held March 1 to 15, 1912; an exhibition of Industrial Art in No- 
vember, 1912. 

UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO. 

Chicago, 111. 

Henry Pratt Judson, President 

Museums open free 8:30 a. m. to 5 p. m. daily, except Saturdajr after- 
noons and Sundays. The Haskell Oriental Museum contains collections of 
Egyptian, Babylonian and Japanese art and archaeology. (For educational 
work along art lines see reports of art schools.) 



CINCINNATI ART CLUB. 

Harrison Building, 31 East Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Theodore C. Dorl, . . President. Edward J. Riess, . . . Treasurer. 
Enno Meyer, . . Vice-President Frank Wilms, .... Secretary. 

Organized 1890. Annual meeting in May; business meeting, second 
Saturday; social, fourth Saturday evening. Annual exhibition in November. 
Two hundred members. 

CINCINNATI CHAPTER A. I. A. 

Rudolph Tietig, . . . President. John Zettel Secretary. 

Walter L. Rapp, . Vice-President. Johnston Building, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Joseph G. Stein k amp, . Treasurer. 

Organized 1870. Annual meeting, third Tuesday in October; stated 
meetings third Tuesday of each month except June, Julv and August. Eighty- 
nine members, of whom twenty-two are Institute members. 



108 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

FINE ARTS LEAGUE OF CINCINNATI. 

Cornelia Cassidy Davis, President Blanche Goodhue, . . Secretary. 
Francis Wiley Faig, Vice-President. 230 Fourth Avenue, W., 

Alene McCarthy. . . Treasurer. Cincinnati, O. 

Organized 1911; thirty-one members; Saturday morning painting class; 
two exhibitions and three small sales in 1911-1912. 



CINCINNATI MUSEUM ASSOCIATION. 

Eden Park, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

M. E. Ingalls, .... President. W. W. Taylor, . . . Treasurer. 
Charles P. Taft, . Vice-President Elizabeth Kellogg, . . Librarian. 

J. H. Gest, Director and Secretary. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 174.) 

Open 9 a. m. to 4 :30 p. m. in winter, and to 6 p. m. in summer ; Stmday, 
from 1 p. m. Admission, 25 cents ; Saturday, free ; Simday, 10 cents. Galler- 
ies of paintings, sculpture, casts, textiles, armor; school (see reports) ; library. 

Annual meeting first Monday in March ; Board of Directors meets second 
Tuesday of each month. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 

Acquisitions in 1911, 1,839; objects on loan, 13,420, including the Charles 
P. Taft pictures; 11,696. volumes in library; attendance, 58,967, an increase 
of 3,403 over previous year; 14 current exhibitions. The new galleries are 
devoted to textiles; armor. is shown to better advantage. 



MUNICIPAL ART SOCIETY OF CINCINNATI. 

• 

W. W. Taylor, .... President. Harry M. Levy, . . . Treasurer. 

A. O. Elzner, E. H. Pendleton, . . Counsel. 

Maurice J. Freiberg, J. H. Gest, Secretary. 

Vice-Presidents. Box 826, Cincinnati, O. 

Organized 1894. Annual meeting last Monday in April. One hundred 
members. Society acts in an advisory capacity to city officials and to indi- 
viduals interested in municipal art. Occasional gift of pictures to Public 
Schools. 

WOMAN'S ART CLUB. 

Kate Reno Miller, . . President. Mrs. Anne H. Allen, . Treasurer. 
Mrs. Ida Holterhoff Holloway, Effie Trader, . . Cor. Secretary. 

Henrietta Wilson, Vice-Presidents. 538 Hale Avenue, Avondale, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
(For foimdation see Vol. IV, p. 186.) 
Organized 1892. Annual meeting, second Saturday in June; meetings 
second Saturday October to May; two hundred and five members; exhi- 
bitions held in November at Museum. Picture by Mary Spencer purchased 
1912 and presented to Museum. Work by members shown in Public Schools, 
remaining two or three weeks in one school, transportation being paid by 
Board of Education. 

CLEVELAND ARCHITECTURAL CLUB. 
Gub Rooms, B. of L. K Building, Cleveland, Ohio. 

William Robert Powell, President. L, Fewsmith, Jr., . . . Secretary. 
Albert E. Skeel, . Vice-President 510 Chamber of Commerce, 

William A. Bohnard, . Treasurer. Cleveland, O. 

Organized 1894; incorporated 1901. Annual meeting in June; meetings 
with lectures second and fourth Thursdays, except July and August Ninety 
members. Atelier maintained. 



CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS 109 

CLEVELAND CHAPTER A. L A. 

Charles E. Tousley, . . President. G. B. Bohm, Secretary-Treasurer, 
Albert E. Skeel^ . Vice-President. Williamson Building, Cleveland, O. 

Organized 1890. Annual meeting first Thursday in September; stated 
meetings first Thursday in each month, except July and August Thirty-two 
members. 

CLEVELAND MUSEUM OF ART. 

Henry C. Ranney, . . President J. H. Wade, . . . Vice-President 

Hermon A. Kelley, Secretary-Treasurer, 
Western Reserve Building, Cleveland, O. 

(For foundation see Vol. II, p. 13.) 
Plans for the art gallery to be located in Wade Park, Qeveland, O., at 
the cost of about $1,000,000, were exhibited at the art school in November, 
1912. Hubbell & Benes, of Cleveland, are the architects. 



CLEVELAND SCHOOL OF ART. 

Juniper Drive and Magnolia Avenue, Cleveland, O. 

Mrs. Stevenson Burke, . President Mrs. Ralph A. Harman^ Treasurer. 

J. H. Wade, . First Vice-President. M. N. Fowler, .... Secretary. 

Georgie L. Norton, Assistant Treasurer and Principal of School. 

(For foundation and history see Vol. I, p. 185.) 
Gallery open week days 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.; Monday and Thursday 
evenings, 7 to 9; Stmday, 2 to 6 p. m. Frequent exhibitions. (See schools.) 



COLORADO CHAPTER, A. I. A. 

Maurice P. Biscoe, . . President Arthur H. Fisher, . . Secretary. 
George H. WilliamsoNj, Railway Exchange Building, 

Vice-President. Denver, Colo. 

F. L. Harnois, . . . Treasurer. 

Organized 1890. Annual meeting first Monday in September; stated 
meetings first Monday in each month. Fifty members. 



ART LOVERS GUILD OF COLUMBIA. 

University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. 

R. B. Price, Sr., . . . President J. G. Babb, Treasurer. 

John S. Ankeney, Jr., H. A. Almstedt, . . Secretary. 

First Vice-President 

Organized 1907. Annual meeting April. One hundred and fifty members. 
November-December, 1911 — Exhibition of paintings by American artists. 



COLUMBUS ART ASSOCIATION. 

Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts. 

Mrs. Wiluam McClellan Rttter, Mrs. Alfred L. Willson, 

President Treasurer. 

Cornelia T. Lanman, Mrs. Anna K. Pearce, 

First Vice>-President. Corresponding Secretary, 

51 N. Monroe Avenue, Columbus, O. 

Annual meeting first Tuesday in June. Art School^ maintained. (See 
schools.) 



110 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

COLUMBUS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS. 

26 South Third Street, Columbus, O. 

J. W. Thomas^ Jr., . . President C. A. Stribling, . Vice-President. 

J. Upton Gribben, Secretary-Treasurer, 
935 Columbus Savings and Trust Building. 

Organized 1908. Annual meeting second Monday in June; stated meetings 
each month except July and August. Forty members. 



PEN AND PENCIL CLUB. 
199J4 South High Street, Columbus, O. 

J. Edward Orr, . . . President. Fred L. Collins, 

Edward W. Thatcher, Secretary-Treasurer, 

Vice-President. 80}/^ N. High St, Columbus, O. 

J. Kinney Hayes, . - Librarian. 

(For foundation see Vol. VI, p. 162.) 

Annual meeting first Tuesday in December; business meeting first Tues- 
day in each month. One hundred and thirty-five members. Work from model 
every Tuesday evening; summer sketching trips. Arts and Crafts Society 
forms one department. Frequent exhibitions; Annual Exhibition in May, 
1912, held at Public Library. 



PUBLIC LIBRARY. 
Concord, Mass. 
Helen W. Kelley, Librarian. 
Small art collection. 



CONNECTICUT CHAPTER A. I. A. 

William E. Hunt, . . President F. Irving Davis, . Vice-President 
Louis A. Walsh, Secretary-Treasurer, Waterbury, Conn. 

Organized 1902. Annual meeting third Wednesday in October; stated 
meetings third Wednesday in March, June, September and December. Twenty- 
three members, of whom nine are Institute members. 



CONNECTICUT MANUAL ARTS TEACHERS' 

ASSOCIATION. 

Harriet D. Condon, . . President Wm. L. Hager, . . Vice-President 

J. WiNTHROP Andrews, Secretary-Treasurer, 
18 Cedar Street, New Britain, Conn. 

Organized 1908. Members' meeting April; October meeting with State 
Teachers' Association. Fifty members. State traveling exhibit 



CONNECTICUT STATE COMMISSION OF SCULPTURE. 

Henry W. Fasnan^ Charles Noel Flagg, . . Hartford. 

Chairman, Yale University. Burton Mansfield, . New Haven. 

Bernadotte Perrin, Yale University. H. Siddons Mowbray, Washington. 

Arthur L. Shipman, Clerk, Hartford, Conn. 
Commission established by Act of Legislature 1886. 



DALLAS, DENVER 111 

DALLAS ART ASSOCIATION. 

Art Gallery, Fair Park, Dallas, Tex. 

Mrs, George K. Meyer, . President. Mrs.- Edwin J. Kiest, . Treasurer. 
Mrs. Edgar L. Flippen, Mrs. Osie Goodwin, . Secretary, 

Vice-President Ross Avenue, Dallas, Tex. 

Gallery open, free, Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, 2 to 5 p. m. 
Permanent collection contains contemporary American paintings. 

Organized 1903. Annual meeting third Saturday in February; Board 
meetings monthly. One hundred and sixty members. Annual exhibition and 
lecture. 

DAYTON CHAPTER, A. I. A. 

Robert E. Dexter, . . President. Harry J. Williams, . Secretary. 
CuFFORD Brown, . Vice-President. Arcade Building, Dayton, 0. 

George Hermann^ . . Treasurer. 

Organized 1900. Annual meeting first Tuesday in January. Fourteen 
members, of whom five are Institute members. 



DAYTON PUBLIC LIBRARY AND MUSEUM. 

Dayton, O. 

Linda M. Clatworthy, Librarian. 

Collection contains specimens of industrial Oriental art. Special exhi- 
bitions. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY ART ASSOCIATION. 

Dayton, O. 

Mrs. Henry Stoddard, . President Houston Lowe, 

Edwin L. Guney, . . Treasurer. Mrs. F. B. Thresher, 

Annie Campbell, . . . Secretary. A. D. Wilt, 

130 East Monument Street. Laura C. Birge, 

Dayton, O. Linda Clatworthy, Vice-President. 

Organized June 20, 1912. Annual meeting first Monday in January. About 
two hundred and seventy-five members. November 17 to December 7, 1912— 
First annual exhibition. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 



SOCIETY OF DEERFIELD INDUSTRIES 

Deerfield, Mass. 

Mrs. Madeline Y. Wynne, President 

Chauncy R. Thomas, Mary Allen, .... Treasurer. 

Mrs. Edward Hawkes, Florence £. Birks, . . Secretary. 

Vice-Presidents. 

Organized 1901. Annual meeting within two weeks of annual exhibition. 
Annusd exhibition in July. Fifty members. Chapter, American Federation of 
Arts. 

ARCHITECTS' CLUB OF DENVER. 

William E. Fisher, . . President Park M. French, . . Secretary. 
Maurice B. Biscoe, Vice-President. 313 Chamber of Commerce Building, 
W. Harry Edwards, . Treasurer. Denver, Colo. 

Organized 19Q9. Twenty members. 



112 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

ART COMMISSION OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF 

DENVER. 

City Hall, Denver, Colo. 

Robert W. Speer, Mayor (ex-officio). 
Henry Read^ .... Chairman. Albert J. Norton, . . Secretary. 

(For previous activities see Vol. VI, p. 163; Vol. VIII, p. 146.) 
Organized 1904. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 



ARTISTS CLUB OF DENVER. 

Public Library, Denver, Colo. 

Bdward C. Stimson, . . President Wiluam B. Berger, . Treasurer. 
William V. Hodges, Vice-President. Lawrence Lewis^ , , , Secretary. 

Organized 1893; incorporated 1897. Annual meeting in February; council 
meetings first Tuesday of each month. About five htmdred and fifty members. 
Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Exhibitions held in gallery of Public 
Library. (See illustrations.) 

ARTS-CRAFTS SOCIETY. 

Department of the Artists* Club, Denver, Colo. 

Martha L. Field, . . Chairman. Sara Stimson, .... Secretary. 

Fifty members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Exhibitions. 



PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Denver, Colo. 

Chalmers Hadley, Librarian. 

A well lighted gallery used for exhibitions of Artists Club and circulat- 
ing exhibitions of the American Federation of Arts. (See illustrations.) 



DETROIT ARCHITECTURAL CLUB. 

Wayne Street and Lafayette Boulevard, Detroit, Mich. 

J. H. GusTAv Steffens, . President. Francis C. Karpp, . . Secretary. 
Robert H. Taylor, . Vice-President 310 Hammond Building, 

Dewey Halpin, . . . Treasurer. Detroit, Mich. 

Annual meeting April; stated meetings second Tuesday of each month. 
One hundred members. 



DETROIT MUSEUM OF ART. 

Detroit, Mich. 

Bryant Walker, . . . President. A. H. Griffith, Secretary, Director. 

C. A. Black, . . Vice-President Clyde H. Burroughs, 

Richard P. Joy, . . . Treasurer. Assistant Director, Editor. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 189.) 

Open, free, daily, 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.; Sundays 2 to 4 p. m. Galleries 
of old and modern paintings, sculpture, large collection of slides, scraparium, 
library ; natural history. Sxmday lectures. Quarterly Bulletin. Frequent 
one man exhibitions. 

Incorporated 1885. Annual meeting first Monday in July ; election of 
officers* second Saturday in October; stated meetings second Saturday in 
July, January and April. Land has been acquired for new building. 



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DETROIT 113 

HOPKIN CLUB PAINTERS. 
Hopkin Club, Detroit, Mich. 

Organized 1911. The Hopkin Club is a social organization formed at 
the time of the last exhibition of painting by Robert Hopkin (1832-1909) 
shortly before his death. The first exhibition of fifteen painters who are 
members of the Club was held at the Detroit Museum in December, 1911; 
the second in December, 1912. It is planned to circulate these exhibitions 
by Michigan artists throughout the State. Among the best known names are : 
Qiri Melchers, Julius Rolshoven, Leon Dabo, Joseph W. Gies, Myron Barlow, 
Francis P. Paulus and Percy Ives. 



SOCIETY OF ARTS AND CRAFTS. 

37 Witherell Street, Detroit, Mich. 

H. J. Maxwell Grylls, . President. Wiluam B. Stratton, . Treasurer. 
GusTAvus D. Pope, Helen Plumb, .... Secretary. 

Alexandrine McEwen, 

Vice-Presidents. 

(For foundation sec Vol. VI, p. 168.) 

Permanent exhibition and salesroom open daily, free, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. ; 
Saturdays 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. Five per cent discount to members. Organized 
1906; annual meeting in November. One hundred and eighty members. 
Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Lectures on art and industry. Bulle- 
tin published occasionally. Annual exhibition; frequent small exhibitions. 

Active interest taken in School of Design. (See Schools.) 



CARNEGIE-STOUT FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Dubuque, la. 

Lillian B. Arnold, Librarian. 

Art gallery and exhibition room open free 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Lectures 
and exhibitions. About 500 art books and 1,100 photographs. 



DUBUQUE ART ASSOCIATION. 

« Public Library, Dubuque, la. 

Edward Lusch^ . . . President Frank Lacy, .... Treasurer. 
Charles Beach, . Vice-President. Kate Keith Van Duzee, 

Secretary. 

Organized 1910. Annual meeting October. One hundred and eighty- 
eight members. Frequent exhibitions and lectures. 



EASTERN ART AND MANUAL TRAINING TEACHERS' 

ASSOCIATION. 

Alvin E. Dodd, President, Boston. Iris Piouty, Recording Secretary, 
Mary B. Hyde, . Vice-President. New Bedford, Mass. 

Brooklyn. Royal B. Farnum, Editor, Albany. 
Thellwell R. Coggeshall, Treasurer and Corresponding Secretary. 

Girard College, Philadelphia, Pa. 

(For organization see Vol. VIII, p. 326.^ 
Annual meeting May. Next meeting March 20-22, 1913, in New York. 
I Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Exhibitions. 



114 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

NEW CENTURY ART CXUB. 
Easton, Pa. 

Mrs. Charles Collmar, . President. Mrs. T. C. Zuuck, Secretary, 

New and Porter Streets, Easton, Pa. 

Meetings the second and last Wednesdays of the month, from October 
to June 1. One hundred and sixty-eight members; frequent lectures on 
art; occasional exhibition. 



ARTS AND CRAFTS SOCIETY OF NEW JERSEY. 

515 Main Street, East Orange, N. J. 

Mrs. W. L. Smith, . . President. Mrs. George E. Spottiswoode, 
Martha Tarbell, Treasurer. 

Mrs. M. C. Allen, Vice-Presidents. Mrs. C. H. Clark, 

Corresponding Secretary. 
Annual meeting second Friday in January; meetings second Fridays, 
October to June. One hundred and twelve members. Chapter, American 
Federation of Arts. Maintains studio and classes; two exhibitions of mem- 
bers' work; traveling exhibition from American Federation of Arts. 



ARNOT ART GALLERY. 
Elmira, New York. 

Art gallery of Matthias H. Arnot and endowment fund of $200,000 
willed by him to the city of Elmira. 



ART CLUB OF ERIE. 

Public Library, Erie, Pa. 

Mrs. Lovisa Cari>-Catlin, President. Will Noble, . Treasurer. 

Mrs. Hattie A. Reid, Lucy C. I>rake, . . . Secretary. 

WiLUAM F. Baas, Vice-Presidents. 442 West Eighth Street, Erie, Pa. 

Organized 1898. Annual meeting last Friday in January; directors 
meetings last Friday of each month. One hundred and fifty members. Ex- 
hibitions in Public Library. 



EVANSTON PUBLIC SCHOOL SOCIEJY. 

Mrs. F. W. Hum well, . . President. Mrs. Herbert Pope, 

Mrs. E. H. Dawson, Vice-President Corresponding Secretary, 

W. W. Turner, Treasurer. 1415 Wesley Avenue, Evanston, 111. 

Organized 1901. 

ARTS AND CRAFTS LEAGUE. 

Evansville, Ind. 
H. P. CoRNiCK, Secretary, 1401 South Second Street 



FITCHBURG PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Fitchburg, Mass. 
George E. Nutting, Librarian. 
Gallery and photograph collection open free, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Eight 
hundred volumes on the fine arts; about one thousand photographs; col- 
lection of engravings and prints. 



FORT WAYNE, GREEN BAY 115 

FORT WAYNE ART CLUB. 

Fort Wayne, Ind. 
Katherine Hamilton, President. 



FORT WORTH MUSEUM OF ART. 

Carnegie Library, Fort Worth, Tex. 

FORT WORTH ART ASSOCIATION. 

Mrs. Murray P. Bewley, President. W. G. Newby, . Treasurer. 

S. M. Gaines, A. W. Grant, . . Auditor. 

Anna Shelton, . Vice-Presidents. Mrs. Charles Scheuber, Secretary. 

Open, free, 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. week days ; 2 to 6 p. m. Sundays and holi- 
days; admission fee for special exhibitions. Gallery of modern paintings. 

Organized 1910. Annual meeting first Saturday in March. One hundred 
and forty-three members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Acqui- 
sitions 1912; "Portrait of Jefferson D. McLean" by John W. Alexander, 
"Portrait of Mrs. Percy V. Pennybacker" by M. P. Bewley ; four pictures by 
Walter Shirlaw. Purchase — "Across the Desert, Arizona," by Wm. Ritschel, 
and "December" by Leonard Ochman. January 22 to February 20, 1912: 
Third exhibition American paintings; May 2 to June 2, work of Texas 
artists and Fort Worth Public Schools. 



FREDERICK ART CLUB. 
Mrs. Kemp Keeper, Secretary, 103 West Second Street, Frederick, Md. 



ART ASSOCIATION OF GRAND RAPIDS. 

St. Cecilia Building, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Mrs. Cyrus Edward Perkins^ Annette Richards, . . Secretary. 

President. 171 Turner Avenue, 

Mrs. William Judson, . Treasurer. Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Over one hundred members sustaining members at $25 a year besides 
regular membership. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Gallery in 
St. Cecilia Building with permanent collection of fourteen pictures. Several 
exhibitions each year. 



GRAND RAPIDS PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Ryerson Public Library Building. 

Samuel H. Ranck, . . Librarian. Herbert £. Sargent, 

Director of Museum. 

During year ending March, 1912, there were twenty-four exhibitions 
with attendance of 58,197. Annual exhibition of Art Students and Amateurs. 
About 3,000 books on art and a special fund, the income used to purchase 
books relating to American painters. 



KELLOGG PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Green Bay, Wis. 

Deborah B. Martin^ Librarian. 

Collection includes paintings by Howard Pyle and antique Oriental rugs. 
Seven hundred and forty-three books on the fine and applied arts. 



116 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

ARTS AND HANDICRAFTS GUILD OF GREENSBORO. 

207 West Market Street, Greensboro, N. C 

Mrs. W. C. A. Hammel, Mrs. F. P. Marshall, 

R. D. Douglass, . Vice-President. Secretary-Treasurer. 

Organized 1909. Annual meeting third Monday in May; monthly meet- 
ing^. Seventy-five members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Ex- 
hibition November, 1912, in connection with the North Carolina Teachers' 
Assembly, consisted of work done in elementary schools and in art schools, 
assembled by the American Federation of Arts. 



BRUCE ART MUSEUM. 
Bruce Park, Greenwich, Conn. 



GREENWICH SOCIETY OF ARTISTS. 

Edward C Potter, . . President. William B. Tubby, . Treasurer. 
Leonard Ochtman, Vice-President Elmer L. MacRae, . . Secretary. 

Cos Cob, Conn. 

Organized April 30, 1911 ; constitution adopted January 31, 1912. Annual 
meeting third Wednesday in November; stated meetings third Wednesday 
in Jsmuary and March. Thirty-five active and fifty associate members. Ex- 
hibitions are held in the Bruce Art Museum. 



HAMILTON ARTS AND CRAFTS CLUB. 

Hamilton, N. Y. 

Miss L. B. Jones, . . President. Mrs. R. Risley, . . . Treasurer. 
Hasriet Hubbard, . Vice-President Mrs. W. F. Lang worthy. Secretary. 

Organized 1901. Membership limited to twenty-five. Salesroom with 
work approved by Board of Directors. 



HARRISBURG ART CLUB. 

1226 North Third Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 

John H. Froehlich, . . President. M. C. Bickel, .... Treasurer. 
J. J. MoFFiTT, . . Vice-President. A. Day Rudy, .... Secretary. 

1513 N. Third Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Organized 1904. Annual meeting first Tuesday in April; meetings every 
Friday evening. Fifteen members. February, 1912, circulating exhibition of 
Fellowship of Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. 



ART SOCIETY OF HARTFORD. 
28 Prospect Street, Hartford, Conn. 

Mrs. Lucius C. Ryce^ . President Mrs. Charles C. Beach, Treasurer. 
Mrs. George B. Williams, Mrs. F. S. Whitmore, . Secretary. 

Mary B. Hillyer, Vice-Presidents. 1 Highland Street, Hartford, Conn. 

(For foundation see Vol. Ill, p. 112.) 
Organized 1877. Annual meeting in January; bi-monthly meetings. 
Three hundred members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Four ex- 
hibitions in 1912. 



HARTFORD 117 

ARTS AND CRAFTS CLUB OF HARTFORD. 

Dillon Building, Hartford, Conn. 

Herbert Randall^ . . . President Lella £. Kellogg^ . . . Treasurer. 
Solon P. Davis, . Vice-President. Mrs. Milo Goodrich, . . Secretary. 

12 Vernon Street, Hartford, Conn. 
Organized 1903. Annual meeting in January; monthly meetings. One 
hundred and fifty members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Main- 
tains shop; classes in design, wood carving and metal work; monthly exhibi- 
tions; monthly lectures. 

CONNECTICUT ACADEMY OF THE FINE ARTS. 

Charles Noel Flagg, . President. Henry C. White, . . . Secretary. 
Ralph R. Seymour, . . Treasurer. 1034 Prospect Ave., Hartford, Conn. 

Organized 1910. Annual meeting in January; monthly meetings October 
to May. Fifty members. Second annual exhibition of oil paintings and 
sculpture January 15 to 29, 1912, in the Annex of the Wadsworth Athenaeum 
at Hartford. 



FINE ARTS FEDERATION OF HARTFORD. 

John M. Halcombe, . . President. Herbert Randall, . . . Treasurer. 

Mrs. Charles C. Beach, Solon P. Davis, . . . Secretary. 

Mrs. Appleton R. Hillyer, 86 Edwards Street, 

Vice-Presidents. Hartford, Conn. 

Organized 1910. Annual meeting last week of January. Chapter, Ameri- 
can Federation of Arts. 

Following constitutent societies have membership of about eight hundred : 
Art Society of Hartford ; Arts and Crafts Society of Hartford ; Camera Qub 
of Hartford; Flagg Saturday Night Class; Hartford Art Qub; Hartford 
Supervisors of Art Instruction in Public Schools; Municipal Art Society of 
Hartford. 



HARTFORD SUPERVISORS OF ART INSTRUCTION IN 

THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

Solon P. Davis, . . . President. Mrs. Caroline R. Watson, Secretary. 

Board of Education, 

Hartford, Conn. 

MUNICIPAL ART SOCIETY OF HARTFORD. 

George C. F. Williams, President Lyman B. Brainerd, 

Charles C. Russ, . . Treasurer. William A. Sanborn, 

George S. Goddard, Librarian. Hettie Gray Baker, Vice-Presidents. 

Marjorie Merridith^ Secretary, 297 Farmington Avenue, Hartford, Conn. 

Organized 1904. Annual meeting in December. Three hundred and 
seventy members. Important Bulletms issued occasionally; a Municipal 
Exhibit held in 1911 in co-operation with the Civic Gub; competition for 
designs for a uniform lighting standard organized during 1912 in co-operating 
with Business Men's Association. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 



118 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

WADSWORTH ATHEN^UM AND MORGAN MEMORIAL 

Hartford, Conn. 

Francis Goodwin, . . President. Charles Hopkins Clark, Treasurer. 
Charles E. Gross, James B. Cone, Secretary. 

Samuel Hart, . . Vice-Presidents. George H. Story, Honorary Curator. 

Frank B. Gay, Director. 
(For foundation see Vol. VHI, p. 152.) 

Open, free, daily 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. (4 p. m. October to March) ; Sun- 
days and holidays 2 to 5 p. m. Galleries of old and modern paintings, statu- 
ary, furniture, art objects. 

Opened 1842. Annual meeting second Saturday after first Monday in 
January. Attendance during 1912 was 75,000. New wing of Morgan Me- 
morial begun in February, 1912. Received from S. P. Avery a collection of 
enamels. Athenaeum Annex Gallery used for exhibitions by Connecticut 
Academy of Fine Arts; numerous one and two men exhibits. 



ARTS AND CRAFTS SOCIETY OF HAVERHILL, MASS. 

Mrs. Austin P. Nichols, President. Henrietta M. Dresser, . Treasurer. 
Stanley D. Gray, Harry Alden Johnson, Secretary. 

First Vice-President. 119 North Avenue, Haverhill, Mass. 

Organized 1911. Annual meeting first Wednesday in March; stated meet- 
ing second Wednesday in each month. One hundred and sixty members. 
Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Classes in jewelry, metal work, 
embroidery, design and wood-carving. 



HINGHAM SOCIETY OF ARTS AND CRAFTS. 

Water Company Building, Hingham, Mass. 

Rev. George Lewis, . . President. Emma L. Clark, . . . Treasurer. 
Mrs. Walter W. Hersey, Susan B. Willard, 

Samuel H. Spalding, Corresponding Secretary. 

Vice-Presidents. 
(For foundation see Vol. VI, p. 171.) 

Annual meeting October. Two hundred and fifty members. Chapter, 
American Federation of Arts. Permanent exhibition and salesroom open 
to public Tuesday and Thursday. Classes maintained; baskets and toy fur- 
niture being specialties; teachers sent to other towns. Annual sale in July; 
occasional lectures. 

HINSDALE, ILL. 

During the summer of 1911 D. K. Pearsons presented to the town his 
home at Hinsdale to be used as a library and art museum. 



HOUSTON PUBLIC SCHOOL ART LEAGUE. 

2417 Milan Street, Houston, Tex. 

Mrs. Gentry Waldo, . . President Mrs. J. B. Bowles, . . Treasurer. 
John McClellan, Mrs. Fannie W. Volck, Secretary. 

P. W. Horn, . . Vice-Presidents. 1202 Francis Avenue, Houston, Tex. 

Organized 1900. Annual meeting first Tuesday in April; meetings first 
Tuesday of each month. Four hundred members. Chapter, American Fed- 
eration of Arts, which sends annual exhibition of American art. Purchased 
1912: "Old Violinist" by C. C. Curran, and "Autumnal Moon" by C. W. 
Eaton. Owns photographs, casts and original paintings which are circulated 
in the schools. 



HOUSTON, INDIANA 119 

WILLIAM M. RICE INSTITUTE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES. 

Houston, Texas. 

Mr. Lovett, President James A. Baker, 

Chairman Board of Trustees. 
T. LiNDSEY Blayney, in charge of Art and Literature. 
Dedicated October 10, 1912. 



STATE ART COMMISSION OF ILLINOIS. 

The Capitol, Springfield, 111. 

Ralph Clarkson, . . Chairman. Jen Jensen, .... Secretary. 
Frederic C. Bartlett. Edward J. Packer. 

Carl Beil. Lorado Taft. 

William Holabird. W. Cabys Zimmerman. 

(For foundation, see Vol. IX, p. 264.) 

Created by act of Legislature, 1909. During 1912 numerous State build- 
ings were passed upon, also monuments for Kenesaw Mountains and for 
Edwardville, 111. 



ILLINOIS CHAPTER, A. I. A. 
Art Institute, Chicago, 111. 

Peter B. Wight, . . . President. Joseph C. Llewellyn, . Treasurer. 
Elmer C. Jensen, Henry W. Tomlinson, . Secretary. 

First Vice-President 64 East Van Buren Street 

Organized as Chicago Chapter, A. I. A., 1869; incorporated as Illinois 
Chapter, 1890. Annual meeting second Tuesday in June; stated meetings 
second Tuesday of each month, except July and August. Ninety-two mem- 
bers. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. The Caleb H. Marshall 
Scholarship provides $1,000 toward the architectural education of the winner 
in a selected university. 



ILLINOIS MANUAL ARTS ASSOCIATION. 

Frank M. Leavitt, . . President A. C. Newell, Secretary-Treasurer. 
A. P. Laughlin, . Vice-President. State Normal University, 

Normal, IlL 

Organized 1903. Annual meeting March. Seventy members. 



INDIANA CHAPTER, A. I. A. 

RoLLAND Adelsperger, President Herbert Foltz, . Sec. and Treas. 

Marshal S. Mahurin. 1108 Indiana Pythian Building, 

First Vice-President Indianapolis, Ind. 

Organized 1910. Annual meeting first Saturday in November; stated 

meetings second Saturday in February and June. Fifty-four members. Chap* 

t.er, American Federation of Arts. Annual spring exhibition at Herron Art 

Institute. Occasional bulletins. 



120 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

INDIANA CIRCUIT EXHIBITION. 

Organized by Mrs. M. F. Johnston, President Art Association, of 

Richmond, Ind. 
Third Circuit Exhibition. 

Muncie, Ind. — Seventh Annual Exhibition of the Muncie Art Association, 
Commercial Club Rooms, February 1-14, 1912. 

Charleston, 111. — First Annual Exhibition of the Charleston Art Association, 
County Court House, February 26-March 11, 1912. 

Lafayette, Ind. — Fourth Annual Exhibition of the Lafayette Art Association, 
County G>urt House, March 21-April 4, 1912. 

Terre Haute, Ind. — Third Annual Exhibition of the Terre Haute Art Asso- 
ciation, Old Congregational Church, April 16-29, 1912. 

Bloomington, Ind. — ^First Annual Exhibition of the Bloomington Art Asso- 
ciation, University Library Building. May 10-23, 1912. 

Vincennes, Ind. — Sixth Annual Exhibition of the Vincennes Art Associa- 
tion, High School Building, June 6-20, 1912. 

Indianapolis, Ind. — Fourth Annual Exhibition of the Indiana Circuit Collec- 
tion, Herron Art Institute, August 15-September 28, 1912. 

Richmond, Ind. — Sixteenth Annual Exhibition of the Richmond Art Associa- 
tion, Public Art Gallery, October 7-27, 1912. 

Louisville, Ky. — Second Annual Exhibition of the Indiana Circuit Collection, 
Free Public Library, November 4-24, 1912. 

Anderson, Ind.^Second Annual Exhibition of the Anderson Art Association, 
Manual Training High School, December 3-17, 1912. 



ART ASSOCIATION OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

John Herron Art Institute, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Evans Woollen, . . . President. Frederic Allen Whiting, 
Mrs. Addison C. Harris, Director of Museum. 

Vice-President. Anna E. Turrell, . . Curator. 
Howard M. Stanton, . Treasurer. Alfred M. Brooks, Curator of Prints. 
William Coughlen, Secretary and Acting Director of School. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 193.) 

Open week days, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. ; Sundays, 1 to 6 p. m. ; Wednesdays 
during winter, 7.30 to 10 p. m. Admission, 25 cents week days; 10 cents 
Sunday and Wednesday evenings. Galleries of paintings, sculpture, casts, 
prints; library. Monthly Bulletin. 

Organized 1883; building dedicated 1906. Annual meeting in April. 
Five hundred and two members; seventy-four acquisitions by gift and pur- 
chase during 1911-12; attendance 28,438, an increase of 9,562 over previous 
year; thirty-one exhibitions; twenty-one lectures, besides Saturday afternoon 
talks by Mr. Forsyth, talks on current exhibitions by Mr. Matter and 
fourteen Sunday concerts. Chapter, American Federation of Arts and Ameri- 
can Association of Museums. Art School maintained (see schools). 



WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT CLUB, ART SECTION. 

The Propylaeum, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Mrs. Harry B. Burnet, Chairman. 

1864 North Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Organized May, 1912. One hundred and nine members. An art ^llery 

has been opened in the downtown section. Special loan collection of pamtings 

by local artists from which a picture may be rented for one year on payment 

of 10 per cent with the privilege of buying, the rental being allowed on the 

purchase price. 



IOWA, JAMESTOWN 121 

IOWA CHAPTER, A. I. A. 

Frank E. Wetherell^ . President. Eugene H. Taylchi, . Sccy.-Treas. 
WiLUAM L. Steele, . Vice-President. 222 Third Street, Cedar Rapids, la. 

Organized 1903. Annual meeting in November; tenth annual conven* 
tion November 8 and 9, 1912, at Keokuk. Thirty-three members, of whom 
ten are Institute members. 

IOWA MANUAL ARTS ASSOCIATION. 

Roy C. Woolman, . . President. W. O. Abrams, Secretary-Treasurer, 

Newton, Iowa. 

Organized 1909. Annual meeting in March. Four members. 



RANNEY LIBRARY AND MUSEUM. 

State University of Iowa, Iowa City, la. 
Malcolm G. Wyeb, Librarian. 

Founded November, 1911. Open 2:30 to 4:30 p. m. daily; 10:00 a. m. to 
12:00 m. on Saturday. Collection contains casts; copies of old paintings 
and modem originals. The Mark Ranney Memorial Library contains 3,000 
art books, and the income of the Ranney bequest of $100,000 maintains the 
College of Fine Arts (see schools). 



GARGOYLE CLUB OF CORNELL UNIVERSITY. 

College of Architecture, Ithaca, N. Y. 
M. R. WiLUAMS, . . President E. M. Urband, . . Treasurer. 
C J. Lawrence, . . Vice-President. William H. Smith, . Secretary. 
Organized 1902. Meetings first and third Mondays of every month. 
About twenty members. Member, Architectural League of America. Com- 
petitions, exhibits, lectures. 

JACKSON ART ASSOCIATION. 

Wedworth W. Clarke, . President. Margaret Bennett, . Treasurer. 
Leonard H. Field, Jr., Martha C. Waloott, . Secretary. 

Vice-President. 1003 W. Main Street, Jackson, Mich. 

Annual meeting in January. About fifty members. Lectures and exhi- 
bitions. Member of Michigan State Federation of Art Clubs. 



JACKSON PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Jackson, Mich. 

John S. Cleavinger, Librarian. 

Gallery open 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Contains the nucleus of a .permanent 
collection. About nine hundred books on fine and applied arts. 



MISSISSIPPI ART ASSOCIATION. 

Jackson, Miss. 
Exhibition of paintings at State Fair, 1911. 



JAMES PRENDERGAST FREE LIBRARY. 

Jamestown, N. Y. 

Lucia T. Henderson, Librarian. 

Gallery open daily, except Sunday, 10 a. m. to 8:30 p. m. Contains 
modern French and American paintings bequeathed by Mary Norton Pren- 
dergast. About 1,200 books on the fine and applied arts. Traveling exhibition 
of photographs of Western scenery shown in 1912. 



122 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

NEW CENTURY ART CLUB. 
Jamestown, N. Y. 

Mrs. Charles M. Dow, President. Helen Windsor, . Treasurer. 

Mrs. Henry P. Robertson, Mrs. John A. Osmer, . Secretary. 

First Vice-President 

Organized 1897. Annual meeting March; meetings alternate Mondays, 
October to March; study club; forty-seven active members. 



FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Jersey City, N. J. 

£. E. BuRDiCK, Librarian. 

Exhibition room open free every afternoon during exhibitions. About 
1,000 books on art and several thousand photographs used in the Children's 
Department. 

JERSEY CITY KERAMIC ART CLUB. 
Mrs. Elmer M. Mount, President Mrs. John Smith, Cor. Secretary. 

KALAMAZOO ART ASSOCIATION. 

105 West Dutton Street, Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Emelia M. Goldsworthy, President. Mrs. Frederick T. Van Urk, 
S. O. Hartwell, Treasurer. 

First Vice-President Blanch Lockhart, . . Secretary. 

Organized 1910. Annual meeting first Tuesday in January; monthly 
meetings. About three hundred members. Frequent exhibitions and lectures ; 
sketch class. "Feeding the Chickens" by Willy Maartens, purchased in 1910, 
circulated in public schools. Member Michigan Federation of Art. 



ARTS AND CRAFTS SOCIETY. 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Clarence E. Shepard, . President. Edith Welch, .... Treasurer. 
Mrs. Eunice S. Mathews, Corresponding Secretary. 

Annual exhibit the week before Thanksgiving. 



FINE ARTS INSTITUTE. 
Y. W. C A. Building, 1020 McGee Street, Kansas City, Mo. 

Samuel W. Moore, . . President. John F. Downing, . . Treasurer. 
John C. Ford, . . Vice-President. Winifred Sexton, . . . Secretary. 

Incorporated 1907. Annual meeting first Monday in May. About two 
hundred members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Lectures. School 
maintained (see school reports). 

Mrs. Mary Adkins bequeathed $300,000 to Kansas City for an art 
museum; the Fine Arts Institute will probably be located in the building. 

WESTERN GALLERY OF ART. 

Public Library Building, Kansas City, Mo. 

Helen R. Parsons, . . . Curator. G. Van Millet, . Artist Caretaker. 

PuRD B. Wright, Librarian. 

(For foundation see Vol. VI, p. 175.) 

Open free 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. week days; 2 to 5 p. m. Sundays. Under 
control of School District of Kansas City. 

Nelson collection consists of copies in oil and more than six hundred 
photographs of Old Masters. Reproductions in bronze, marble, terra cotta 
and plaster. 



KEWANEE, LEWISTON 123 



KEWANEE PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Kcwance, III. 
Lucy G. Wilson, Librarian. 
Art gallery open 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. 



NICHOLSON ART LEAGUE. 

604 Gay Street, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Catherine Wiley, . . President. Mabel L. Smith, . . . Treasurer. 
Sophie M. Ducloux, Dorothy M. Davidson, . Secretary. 

First Vice-President. 808 Temple Avenue, 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

(For foundation see Vol. VIII, p. 161.) 
Organized 1898. Annual meeting for election of officers March 7; stated 
meetings twice a month, October to May. Seventy-five members. Annual 
exhibit in the spring of work by local artists. Chapter, American Federation 
of Arts. 

LAFAYETTE ART ASSOCIATION. 

H. H. Vinton, .... President. Cecil G. Fowler, . . . Treasurer. 
Laura A. Fry, . . Vice-President. R. Katharine Beeson, . Secretary. 

Centennial School, Lafayette, Ind. 

(For foundation see Vol. VIII, p. 161.) 
Organized 1909. Annual meeting second Wednesday in April. Fourth 
annual exhibition March 21 to April 4, 1912. 



KANSAS ART ASSOCIATION. 

University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan. 

A. Henley, President. John T. Moore, . . . Treasurer. 

W. A. Griffith, Secretary, 1200 Louisiana Avenue. 

Organized 1907. Annual meeting November. Chapter, American Federa- 
tion of Arts. Exhibitions in the Art Gallery, which forms part of the new 
wing of the University. 

KANSAS MANUAL ARTS ASSOCIATION. 

Lyle I. Brower, . . . President. Minta Holman, . . . Secretary, 

Leavenworth, Kansas. 
Meeting in October. 

ART MUSEUM OF BATES COLLEGE. 
Carnegie Hall, Bates College, Lewiston, Me. 
Marianna Woodhull, Director. 
Annual exhibition January 18 to 28, 1912. 



BATES COLLEGE ART GUILD. 
Bates College, Lewiston, Me. 

F. M. Drew, . . . Vice-President. W. H. Hartshorn, . . Treasurer. 
Marianna Woodhull, Secretary, Chairman Executive Committee. 

Organized February 1, 1913, semi-annual meetings. One hundred mem- 
bers. Six pictures acquired. 



124 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

NEBRASKA ART ASSOCIATION 
School of Fine Arts, State University, Lincoln, Neb. 

Don L. Love, President. W. E. Hardy, . . . Treasurer. 

W. A. Selleck, . . Vice-President Mrs. Dean R. Leland, . Secretary. 

1315 S. 21st Street, Lincoln. 

Organized 1893. Annual meeting in December. One hundred and eight 
members; annual exhibition of paintings; occasional one man exhibitions; 
purchases 1912: "Canal at Bruges" by C. W. Eaton, "The Gold Screen" by 
Robert Reid. 

PUBLIC LIBRARY. 
Long Beach, Cal. 
Frequent exhibitions. 

ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE OF THE PACIFIC COAST. 

Alfred F. Rosenheim. . President. W. R. B. Wilcox, . . Treasurer. 
E. F. Lawrence, . Vice-President. John P. Krempel, . . Secretary. 

Henne Building, Los Angeles, Qd. 

Organized 1909. Third annual exhibition February 24 to March 15, 1912. 



CALIFORNIA ART CLUB. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

William Wendt, * . . . President. Aaron E. Kilpatrick, . Treasurer. 
Jean Mannheim, . Vice-President. Charles P. Austin, . . Secretary. 

222 Copp Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Organized 1909. Annual meeting first Saturday in December; meetings 
first Saturday of each month. Seventy-two members. Chapter, American 
Federation of Arts. Annual exhibition of work by members November 22 
to December 3, 1911. Second annual exhibition later shown in San Fran- 
cisco and Sacramento; arranged loan collection for Los Angeles Woman's 
Club. 

FINE ARTS LEAGUE OF LOS ANGELES. 

Museum of History, Science and Art, Exposition Park, Los Angeles, Cal. 

A. F. Rosenheim, . . . President Joseph K Mackay, . , Secretary. 
Mrs. W. S. Bulles, . . Treasurer. 
Mrs. W. H. Housh, First Vice-President and Chairman Art Committee, 

211 East Avenue 52. Los Angeles, Cal. 

Incorporated 1907. Annual meeting second Tuesday in June; Board 
meetings third Tuesdays. About two hundred members. Chapter, American 
Federation of Arts. The League is superintending the furnishing of the 
rotunda of the Museum, which will be the art gallery; the monumental 
sculpture is being executed by Julia Bracken Wendt 



LOS ANGELES ARCHITECTURAL CLUB. 

Alfred H. Rosenheim, . President Otto Janssen, .... Treasurer. 
S. R. Burns, . . Vice-President H. E. Bean, .... Secretary. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 
Annual meeting in May. 



LOS ANGELES, LOUISVILLE 125 

MUNICIPAL ART COMMISSION. 
F. W. Blanchard, Secretary, City Hall, Los Angeles, Cal. 



SOUTHWEST MUSEUM. 
320 West Eighth Street, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Norman Bridge, . . . President. Charles F. Lummis, . Secretary. 

Hector Alliot, Curator. 

Founded by the Southwest Society of the Archaeological Institute of 
America. 



LOUISIANA ART TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. 

WiLUAM Woodward, . President Kate L. Riggs, First Vice-President. 

Ameua Roman^ Secretary and Treasurer, 
Newcomb College, New Orleans, La. 

Organized 1899. Monthly meetings November to June. Thirty-eight 
members. 



LOUISIANA CHAPTER, A. I. A. 

Chas. A. Favrat, . . . President. L. C. Weiss, .... Treasurer. 
S. S. Labouisse, . Vice-President. M. H. Goldstein, . . . Secretary. 

704 Perrin Bldg., New Orleans, liu 

Organized 1910. Twenty-three members, of whom eleven are Institute 
members. 



LOUISVILLE ART ASSOCIATION. 

Public Library, Louisville, Ky. 

Mrs. George C. Avery, . President Mrs. William H. Paton, Treasurer. 
W. J. DoDD, . . . Vice-President. Mrs. Pierce Butler, . . Secretary. 

1303 First Street, Louisville, Ky. 

Charles Sneed Williams, Chairman Art Committee, 

222 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky. 

Organized 1909. One hundred and eighty members. Chapter, American 
Federation of Arts. Lectures and exhibitions in Public Library; November 
28 to December 28, 1912, the Indiana Circuit Exhibition of Paintings was 
shown. 



LOUISVILLE ARTISTS' LEAGUE. 

Ferdinand G. Walker, . President. R. M. Rasmussen, . . Treasurer. 
J. M. Westerfield, Vice-President. Nellie Schanzenbacher, Secretary. 

1016 South Jackson Street, 

Louisville, Ky. 

Reorganized 1910. Annual meeting in June. Twenty-six members. Two 
exhibitions a year. 



126 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

LOUISVILLE CHAPTER, A. I. A. 

James C. Murphy, . . President. Val P. Collins, Secretary-Treasurer. 
John Bacon Hutchings, 624 Paul Jones Building. 

Vice-President Louisville, Ky. 

Organized 1908. Annual meeting first Monday in October ; stated monthly 
meetings, except July, August and September. Twenty- four members. 



LYME PUBLIC LIBRARY. 
Lyme, Conn. 
Eleventh annual exhibition August 28 to September 4, 1912. 



LYNN ART CLUB. 

Paul W. Rowell, . . . President Walter Springer, . . . Treasurer. 
Harry M. Powers, Vice-President. Frances S. Emmerson, . Secretary. 

11 Sachem Terrace, Lynn, Mass. 

Organized 1909. Monthly meetings October to April. Thirty-five mem- 
bers. Three exhibitions since October, 1911, and a medal awarded. 



LYNN PUBLIC LIBRARY. 
Lynn, Mass. 
Harriet Louise Matthews, Librarian. 
Collection of paintings. Exhibitions. 



MADISON ART ASSOCIATION. 

Juliet C. Thorp, . . . President. Mary Oakley, Secretary-Treasurer. 
R. E. N. Dodge, The Evergreen, Madison, Wis. 

Mrs. E. M. Fuller, Vice-Presidents. 

Organized 1901. Annual meeting in June. About one hundred and fifty 
members. Four exhibitions and lectures in 1911-12. Exhibition of photo- 
graphs arranged in main corridor of the University building and changed 
weekly. 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF WISCONSIN. 

Madison, Wis. 

Reuben G. Thwaites, . Secretary. Isaac S. Bradley, . . . Librarian. 

Founded 1849 ; Museum organized 1908. Collections of coins and medals ; 
furniture; paintings; prints; art objects. Occasional lectures. 



MAINE TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. 
drawing and manual training fepartment. 

H. W. Shaylor, . President. Fred C. Ball, Secretary. 

Bangor, Me. 
Annual meeting October. 



PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Maiden, Mass. 

Lizzie A. Williams, Librarian. 

"Wittling" by Winslow Homer purchased 1912 out of income of the 
Converse Fund. 



MANCHESTER, MEDFORD 127 

MANCHESTER INSTITUTE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES. 

203 Weston Building, 987 Elm Street, Manchester, N. H. 

Albert L. Clough, . . President. William H. Huse, . . . Curator. 

NoRwiN S. Bean, . . . Treasurer. Charles J. Abbott, . . Librarian. 

Edward J. Burn ham. Corresponding Secretary. 

Founded 1899. Annual meeting first Saturday in January. Seven hun- 
dred members. Chandler lecture course. 

FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT. 
Jennie Young, President, 697 Union Street, Manchester, N. H. 

Income from the Balch Bequest of $65,000 provides for classes in draw- 
ing, painting, modeling, design, metal work, wood-carving, basketry and lace 
making. Classes for children in drawing, modeling and basketry. Lectures. 

PHOTOGRAPHIC SECTION. 

64 Hanover Street, Manchester, N. H. 

Fred T. Irwin, President 
Instruction on Saturday afternoons. Exhibitions. 

PUBLIC LIBRARY. 
Marion, O. 
Ella Louise Smith, Librarian. 
Art collection; exhibitions. 

ART COMMISSION, COMMONWEALTH OF 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Waldo Lincoln, Chairman. William A. Burn ham. 

Henry S. Hunnewell. Charles D. Maginnis, . Architect. 

Walter Oilman Page, Painter, Secretary. 

310 Fenway Studios, Boston, Mass. 

Organized 1910. Above commissioners appointed in 1910 for five years. 

WESTERN MASSACHUSETTS SCHOOL ART LEAGUE. 

Louis G. Mont^, . President, James Cohen, Treasurer-Secretary. 

Normal School, Westfield, Mass. Chicopee, Mass. 

Organized 1910. Three meetings a year. Forty-six active, fifteen asso- 
ciate members. 

LIBRARY, ART AND HISTORY ASSOCIATION. 

Public Library, Meadville, Pa. 
Ernest A. Smith, . . Secretary. Susan McCracken, . . Librarian. 

(For foundation see Vol. VI, p. 178.) 
Collection of paintings. Annual exhibitions. Chapter, American Federa- 
tion of Arts. 1912 purchase: painting by Charlotte Coman. 

LIBRARY ART CLUB. 

Auce G. Chandler, . . President. Frank S. Willcox, 
Elizabeth P. Thurston, Treasurer. Harriet B. Sornborger, 

Vice-Presidents. 

Beatrice E. Kelliher, Secretary, Med ford, Mass. 

Organized 1898. Incorporated 1900. Membership numbers sixty-six 

libraries. Twelve or more sets of pictures for exhibition purposes provided 

yearly for each member, each set remaining three weeks. Eighty-five sets 

have been the rounds and are available for outside societies. 



128 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

' SOCIETY OF ARTS AND CRAFTS. 

89 West Emerson Street, Melrose, Mass. 
Mrs. M. G. Willis, Secretary, 53 Oakland Street 

Organized 1909. One hundred and twenty-nine members. Chapter, 
American Federation of Arts. Workshop and salesroom. Exhibitions. 



MEMPHIS ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE. 

M. B. Furbringer, Secretary-Treasurer, 110 Porter Building, Memphis, Tenn. 



NEVINS MEMORIAL HALL AND LIBRARY. 

Methuen, Mass. 
Harriet L. Crosby^ Librarian. 
Collection of paintings. 



MICHIGAN CHAPTER, A. I. A. 

William B. Stratton, . President. Charles Kotting, . . Treasurer. 
John Scott, . . . Vice-President. Marcus R. Burrowes, . Secretary. 

701 Trussed Concrete Building, 

Detroit, Mich. 

Organized 1887. Annual meeting January; stated meetings first Tuesday 
after the first Monday of each month. Thirty- three members, of whom 
twenty- four are Institute members. 



MICHIGAN INDUSTRIAL SCIENCE AND ARTS 

ASSOCIATION. 

C. A. ZuppANN, . . . President. M, W. Shillinger, . . Secretary. 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Meetings November, February and May. 



MICHIGAN STATE FEDERATION OF ART. 

Mrs. James H. Campbell, President Mrs. W. A. Foote, . . Treasurer. 
Winifred Smith, . Vice-President. A. H. Griffith, Honorary Director. 

Mrs. Florence G. Mills, Secretary, Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Raymond Wyer, Chairman of Exhibition Committee, 
Hackley Art Gallery, Muskegon, Mich. 

Organized 1912 for the purpose of forming a circuit for art exhibitions 
in Michigan. Membership includes art organizations in the following cities: 
Grand Rapids, Saginaw, Jackson, Kalamazoo, Alma, Muskegon. Annual 
convention of two or three days. 



MILTON PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Milton, Mass. 

Gertrude £. Forrest, Librarian. 

An art gallery in which was shown one of the exhibitions of the Ameri- 
can Federation of Arts. 



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MILWAUKEE, MINNEAPOLIS 129 

LAYTON ART GALLERY. 

Jefferson and Mason Streets, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Fbederick Layton, . . President Charles F. Dickens, . Secretary. 

George Raab, Curator. 

(For foundation see Vol I, p. 203.) 

Gallery open, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. daily except Monday; Sundays, 2 to 
5 p. m. Admission Wednesday and Friday, 25 cents. Modern paintings. 
Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 



MILWAUKEE ARCHITECTURAL CLUB. 
H. J. RoTiER^ Secretary, 818 Goldsmith Building, Milwaukee, Wis. 



MILWAUKEE ART COMMISSION. 
Public Museum Building, Milwaukee, Wis. 

George B. Ferry^ Architect-President. Samuel A Connell, 

President School Board. 
Henry Weber^ . . Vice-President. E. H. Windfelder^ 

President Park Board. President Museum Board. 

William Schuchardt, . Architect. Alexander Mueller, . . Painter. 

Louis Mayer, Painter, Secretary. 

Appointed December, 1911 ; term of office four years. Lantern slides of 
the work of the Art Commission of New York City shown at the Budget 
Exhibit. 

MILWAUKEE ART SOCIETY. 
456 Jefferson Street, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Samuel O. Buckner, . President George Raab, .... Secretary. 
Frederick Layton, . Vice-President Layton Art Gallery. 

Robert Camp, .... Treasurer. Mrs. Wm. G. Young, Assistant Secy. 

(For foundation see Vol. IX, p. 171.) 

Organized 1910. New building opened December 15, 1911, with an 
exhibition. Annual meeting second Thursday in January. Five hundred 
members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Frequent exhibitions. 



ARTISTS' LEAGUE OF MINNEAPOLIS. 

Public Library Building, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Robert Koehler, Secretary-Treasurer. 

Organized 1907. Annual meeting October. Membership consists of fif- 
teen artists whose homes are or have been in Minneapolis. Fund of $300 
awarded annually to a member for study trip outside of Minnesota; said 
member must bnng back two works; first award 1912. One picture bought 
by The Woman's Club. 

HANDICRAFT GUILD OF MINNEAPOLIS. 
98 South Tenth Street, Minneapolis, Minn. 

M. Emma Roberts, . . President. Florence D. Willets^ Vice-President 

Florence Wales, Secretary-Treasurer. 

Shops for craft work; classes during winter; special summer session 
(See reports of schools.) Permanent exhibition and shop open free. Chap- 
ter, American Federation of Arts ; affiliated with Minneapolis Society of Fine 
Arts. 



130 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

MINNEAPOLIS MANUAL ARTS CLUB. 



Margaret Shearoown^ . President D. P. Harrican, . . . Secretary. 

\yenue, North, 
Izmeapolis, Minn. 



Bi-monthly meetings. 



1839 Irving Avenue, North, 

Mil 



MINNEAPOLIS SOCIETY OF ARTS AND CRAFTS. 

Mrs. H. E. Woodruff, . President Nellie Trufant, . . . Treasurer. 
Bertha McMillan, . Vice-President J. Grace Whitten, . . Secretary, 

3304 Lyndale Avenue, South, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 
(For history see Vol. IV, p. 195.) 
Organized 1895. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Traveling 
exhibitions. __________^ 

MINNEAPOLIS SOCIETY OF FINE ARTS. 
Public Library Building, Minneapolis, Minn. 

William H. Dunwoody, . President Perry Harrison^ . . . Treasurer. 
Eugene J. Carpenter^ Vice-President Edward C. Gale, . . . Secretary. 

Robert Koehler, Director of Art School. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 207.) 
Annual meeting in October. Permit for new building to cost $520,000 
granted December, 1912. McKim, Mead & White, architects. Building opera- 
tions started; ready for occupancy 1915. Gallery consists of paintings by old 
and modem masters. Frequent exhibitions. 1912 acquisitions; oil and 
water color paintings and pencil sketches by Walter Shirlaw given by Mrs. 
Florence Shirlaw; painting, "The Milky Way," by Albert GroU, given by Mrs. 
Kate Koon Bovey. A school is maintained (see schools). 



MINNESOTA CHAPTER, A. I. A. 

William Channing Whitney, Edwin H. Brown, . . Secretary 

President 716 Fourth Avenue, S., 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Organized 1892. Twenty-four members, of whom seven are Institute 
members. . 

MINNESOTA STATE ART SOCIETY. 
The Old Capitol, St. Paul, Minn. 

Cyrus Northrop, . . . President Mrs. Herbert Davis, 

William G. White, Vice-President Corresponding Secretary, 

Roy D. Herrick, . . . Treasurer. 671 Fairmount Avenue, St. Paul, Minn. 

(For foundation see VoL VI, p. 251.) 
Organized 1903. Annual meeting second Thursday in November; stated 
meetings second Thursday of each month. Chapter, American Federation of 
Arts. Summer exhibition circulated in smaller cities; went to Anoka and 
Stillwater in May and to Duluth in June, 1912. 



MISSOURI ASSOCIATION OF APPLIED ARTS AND 

SCIENCES. 

E. O. Slater, .... President. C. F. Aurand, Secretary-Treasurer. 

988 North Jefferson Street 
Springfield, Mo. 
Organized 1908. Annual meeting in November. Fifty members. 



MONTCLAIR, MUSKEGON 131 

MONTCLAIR ART ASSOCIATION. 

Bloomfield and South Mountain Avenues, Montclair, N. J. 

William T. Evans, • . President Solomon Wsight, Jr., . Treasurer. 
Edmund B. Osborne, Frank H. Presby, . . Secretary. 

First Vice-President 

(For foundation see Vol. IX, p. 175.) 
Organized 1910. Evans collection of American paintings. 



MONTCLAIR CLUB. 
Montclair, N. J. 
Social club; frequent exhibitions. 



MUNICIPAL ART COMMISSION OF THE 
CITY OF MT. VERNON. 

Frank M. Wright, Secretary, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 



OAKLEY MANOR ART CLUB. 
401 Seneca Avenue, Oakley Manor, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 
Organized 1911. Occasional "one man" exhibitions. 



ART ASSOCIATION OF MUNCIE. 

Belle Thomas, Secretary, Muncie, Ind. 

(For foundation see Vol. VI, p. 181.) 
Seventh annual exhibition in Commercial Club Rooms, February 1-4, 
1912. 

HACKLEY ART GALLERY. 

Hackley Public Library, Muskegon, Mich. 

WnxiAM Carpenter, . President Frank Hubbard Smith, Secretary. 
John G. Emery, Jr., . Treasurer. Raymond Wyer, . . . Director. 

(For foundation see Vol. IX, p. 175.) 

Open week days 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. ; Sundays 2:30 to 6 p. m.; Sunday, 
Tuesday and Friday evenings from October to April, 7 to 9 p. m. Admission 
free except Tuesdays and Fridays, when the fee is 25 cents from 9 a. m. to 
5 p. m. 

Art galleries connected with the Hackley Library were opened June 21, 
1912, with a loan collection of paintings. Permanent collection of about 
thirty-five pictures includes examples of American, Dutch and French 
Schools; frequent one-man exhibitions. Winter courses of lectures. Atten- 
dance from opening to September 1, 1912, was 11,895. "Aesthetics" is pub- 
lished quarterly. 

HACKLEY PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Muskegon, Mich. 

Lulu F. Miller, Librarian. 

There are 2,600 books on the fine arts and 281 photographs. Chapter, 
American Federation of Arts. 



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MUSKEGON ART SOCIETY. 

Frank Hubbard Smitr, President. Hobart P. Lewis^ . . Treasurer. 
Mis. William Hbap^ Vice-President. Raymond Wyer, . . . Secretary. 

Organized 1912. Annual meeting first Wednesday in October; Board 
of Directors annual meeting the following week. One hundred members. 
Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 



ART DEPARTMENT OF THE CENTENNIAL CLUB. 

Mrs. John Hill Eakin^ President. Mrs. Robert Weakley, . Treasurer. 

Mrs. a. B. Cooke, Chairman Art Department, 
121 North Vine Street, Nashville, Tenn. 

Organized 1909. Monthly meetings. Four hundred members. Chapter, 
American Federation of Arts. Occasional exhibitions. 



NASHVILLE ART ASSOCIATION. 

Mrs. T. C. Bradford, . President. Mrs. R. O. Tucker, . . Treasurer. 
Mrs. ^Catherine P. Wright, Mrs. Robert W. Nichol, . Secretary. 

First Vice-President 1910 Ridley Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. 

(For foundation see Vol. VIII, p. 167.) 
Chartered 1910. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Permanent 
collection of paintings. Annual exhibition. 



NEWARK FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Newark, N. J. 

John Cotton Dana, Librarian. 

Four thousand seven hundred volumes on the fine and applied arts; about 
three thousand photographs; large print collection which is circulated. 
Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 



NEWARK MUSEUM ASSOCIATION. 

Free Public Library, Newark, N. J. 

Franklin Murphy, . . President. Charles Bradley, . . Treasurer. 
James E. Howell, John Cotton Dana, . . Secretary. 

First Vice-President. 

Open, free, daily 12 n. to 6:30 p. m.; 7:30 to 9:30 p. m.; Sundays, 2 to 
6 p. m., 7 :30 to 9 p. m. 

Organized 1909. Annual meeting last Tuesday in April ; Board meetings 
third Tuesday of April, July, October and January. Two hundred and sev- 
enty-eight members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Occasional 
Bulletin. Four exhibitions, including the specially organized Applied Arts of 
Germany, which later went to St. Louis, Chicago, Indianapolis, Pittsburgh, 
Cincinnati and New York. 

Gifts, 1911-1912: Edward N. Crane collection of paintings, books and 
household articles from Eastern Tibet Painting, "Coast of Maine," by F. J. 
Waugh, from William T. Evans ; Japanese prints from Joseph S. Isidor. 



FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

George H. Tripp, Librarian. 

Exhibition room. Three thousand one hundred and eighty-eight books on 
the fine and applied arts; 5,385 pieces of illustrative material. Chapter, 
American Federation of Arts. 



NEW BEDFORD, NEW JERSEY 183 

NEW BEDFORD ART CLUB. 

Herbert P. Bryant, . . President John H. Clifford, . . Treasurer. 
H. H. Crafo, . . Vice-President. E. M. Stetson, . . . Secretary. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Organized 1907. Annual meeting first Wednesday in January; meetings 
second Wednesday of each month. Forty members (constitutional limit); 
annual exhibition In November; Thumb Box exhibition in December. 



NEW HAVEN PAINT AND CLAY CLUB. 

John I. H. Downes, . President George H. Langzettel, 

Edith Fisher Schwab, Secretar>'-Treasurer, 

Vice-President. 745 Whitney Ave., New Haven, Conn. 
Mary Hamilton Hadley, Assistant Secretary. 

Organized 1900. Annual meeting second Monday in November; meet- 
ings second Monday of each month from November to May. Two hundred 
members. April 8 to 20, 1912 — Eleventh annual exhibition of oils, water- 
colors and sculpture held at Trowbridge House. 



TEACHERS' ART CLUB OF NEW HAVEN. 

Board of Education, 87 Orange Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Hairy Houston, . . . President Margaret Fox, . . . Treasurer. 
Alice Wright, . . Vice-President. L. Adslla Pinney, . . Secretary. 

260 Edgewood Avenue. 
Organized 1905. Annual meeting last Monday in May; stated meetings 
last Mondays in September, November, January and March.' Two hundred 
and fifty members. Lectures. 



YALE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS. 
Chapel Street, New Haven, Conn. 

George H. Langzettel, John I. H. Downes^ . Librarian. 

Assistant Curator. 
(For foundation see Vol. VIII, p. 170.) 

Open free October 1 to Julv 1, week days 1 to 5 p. m.; Sundays from 
November 1 to May 1, 1:30 to 4:30 p. m. During summer vacation 25 cents 
charged. Contains Jarves collection of Italian paintings; Trumbull collec- 
tion of portraits and historical subjects of the American Revolution; general 
collection of paintings, casts, wood carvings, etc. (See schools.) 



NEW JERSEY CHAPTER, A. I. A. 

FkED W. WiNTWOBTH, . President Charles P. Baldwin, . Secretary. 
Thomas Cressy^ . Vice-President 45 Clinton Street, Newark, N. J. 

Geotce C. Von Ary, . Treastirer. 

Organized 1900. Annual meeting first week in October. Fifty-seven 
members, of whom fourteen are Institute members. Chapter, American 
Federation of Arts. Atelier maintained in co-operation with the Society of 
Beaux-Arts Architects. 



134 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

ART ASSOCIATION OF NEW ORLEANS. 

New Orleans, La. 

Martin Behsman^ Mayor of New Orleans, Honorary President 

GusTAv R. Westfeldt, . President. Frank T. Howard, First Vice-Prcs. 

J. J. McLaughlin, Secretary-Treasurer, 1001 Hibernia Bank Building. 

(For foundation sec Vol. V, p. 192.) 
Organized 1904. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 
Annual exhibition March 6 to April 12, 1912, at the Delgado Museum; it 
included a memorial exhibition of the work of B. A. Wikstrom. 



DELGADO MUSEUM OF ART. 
City Park, New Orleans, La. 

P. A. Lelong, .... President. S. H. Livaudais, 
G. R. Westfeldt, . Vice-President. Assistant Secretary and Treasurer. 

C. W. Boyle, Curator. 

(For foundation see Vol. VIII, p. 171.) 
Open 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. week days ; Sundays, 12 to 8 p. m. Admission 
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 25 cents; other times free. 

Organized 1910. Building dedicated December 16, 1911. (See illus- 
tration.) Board of Administrators meets first Saturday in January, April, 
Jtme and October; election at January meeting. Chapter, American Federa- 
tion of Arts. City allows an appropriation for maintenance. New Orleans 
Art Associations contributes toward cost of exhibitions. 

Gifts during the year included twelve paintings, ten plaster reproductions, 
bronzes, etc. The Jahncke Brothers placed a memorial fountam and Mr. 
Monteleone donated $5,000 for a gateway. Exhibitions. 



LOUISIANA STATE MUSEUM. 

The Cabildo, Jackson Square, New Orleans, La. 

T. P. Thompson, . . . President J. B. Levert, .... Treasurer. 
C H. Ellis, . . . Vice-President Robert Glenk, 

Secretary and Curator. 

(For foundation see Vol. VIII, p. 171.) 
Organized 1906; formal opening of Cabildo, April dO, 1912. Open, free, 
9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Art department includes sculpture, paintings, engraving, 
pottery and miscellaneous art objects. Attendance April, 1911, to April, 
1912, 141,410. 

NEWCOMB ART SCHOOL. 

New Orleans, La. 
Ellsworth Woodward^ Director. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 314.) 
Two galleries containing paintings; lecture hall; library with 500 vol- 
umes and 700 lantern slides; twelve studios. Galleries open daily 9 a. m. 
to 4 p. m. Exhibitions. (For instruction see schools.) 



NEWPORT ART ASSOCIATION. 
Church Street, near Bellevue Avenue, Newport, R. I. 

WnxiAM Sergeant Kendall^ Charles Riesel^ . . . Treasurer. 

President Mrs. John Ktj.iott, . . Secretary. 

Organized 1912. Annual meeting in July. The old Hunt studio was 
leased and remodeled. First exhibition of members' work July, 1912. An 
art School is maintained. 



NEW YORK STATE AND CITY 135 

CENTRAL NEW YORK CHAPTER, A. I. A. 
AsTHUH N. GiBB^ . . . President William V. Madden, . Treasurer. 
J. Foster Warner, Vice-President. Frederick W. Revels, . Secretary, 

Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. 
. Organized 1887. Annual meeting November. Forty-one members, of 
whom 24 are Institute members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 

CENTRAL NEW YORK SOCIETY OF ARTISTS. 

Museum of Fine Arts, Syracuse, N. Y. 

George C. King, . . . President. Hiram S. Outsell^ 
Robert F. Dallas, . . Treasurer. A. W. Moore, . Vice-Presidents. 

W. Castle Keith, Secretary. 
(For foundation see Vol. IV, p. 254.) 
Annual exhibitions held at Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts, in December. 



NEW YORK STATE ART COMMISSION. 
A bill was introduced in the Legislature in March, 1912, providing for a 
State Art Commission to consist of the Governor, President of the Albright 
Gallery in Buffalo, Albany Historical and Art Society, Metropolitan Museum, 
Brooklyn Museum, the State architect and five appointees, to include one 
painter, one sculptor and one architect. 

NEW YORK STATE TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. 

ART AND INDUSTRIAL TRAINING SECTION. 

Miss R. R. Shutts, Secretary, State Normal School, Pottsdam, N. Y. 
Annual meeting, November. 



ALLIANCE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. 

DEPARTMENT OF ART WORKERS. 

107 East Seventeenth Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Ellen J. Stone, Chairman. 
(For foundation see Vol. VIII, p. 172.) 
Office open daily to secure positions for art v^orkers. One hundred and 
forty-six positions secured in 1912. 



AMERICAN FINE ARTS SOCIETY. 
215 West Fifty-seventh Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

William Bailey Faxon, Chasles J. Miller, . . Secretary. 

President and Treasurer. 

Organized 1890. Annual meeting, last Tuesday in October. Chapter, 
American Federation of Arts. The Society owns and manages the building 
215 West Fifty-seventh Street; galleries rented for exhibitions. Permanent 
tenants: Art Students' League, Architectural League, National Sculpture 
Society and National Academy of Design. 

AMERICAN-SCANDINAVIAN SOCIETY. 
507 Fifth Avenue, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

John A. Gade,. . . . President. Henry Goddard Leach, . Secretary. 

Hanna Larsen^ Assistant Secretary. 
December 10-25, 1912 — First exhibition of Scandinavian art held at Ameri- 
can Art Galleries, New York. It is being shown in Buffalo, Chicago and 
other cities. 



136 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC SOCIETY. 
166th Street, West of Broadway, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Edwaiu) D. Adams, Charles Pryer, . . . Treasurer. 

Henry Russell Drowne, Bauman Lowe Belden, 
WiLUAM B. Osgood Field, Secretary and Director. 

Archer M. Huntington, Agnes Baldwin, .... Curator. 
Daniel Parish, Jr., . Governors. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 241; Vol. VIII, p. 173.) 

Open, free, daily, 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Permanent exhibition of work of 
comtemporary medallists, foreign and American coins (ancient and modem), 
historical medals, decoratons and war medals. Special exhibitions. 

Organized 1858. Annual meeting third Saturday in January; regular 
meetings third Saturday in each month, November to April ; 400 members. 



AMERICAN SCENIC AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION 

SOCIETY. 

J. Pierpont Morgan, Honorary President. 
George F. Kunz, . . . President Edward Hagaman Hall, Secretary. 
N. Taylor Phillips, . Treasurer. Tribune Building, New York, N. Y. 

(For foundation see Vol. IV, p. 265.) 
Incorporated 1895. Annual meeting first Tuesday after the first Monday 
in January. Six hundred members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 
Elaborate report of parks and monuments under care of this Society is pub- 
lished yearly by the State. Exhibition of pictures of National Parks held at 
National Arts Club, March 14-31, 1912. 



AMERICAN SOCIETY OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS. 

Harold A, Caparn, . . President. Henry A. Hubbard, . Treasurer. 
Warren H. Manning. Cbaslxs D. Lay, . . Secretary. 

Vice-President. 103 Park Avenue, Manhattan, N. Y. 

Organized 1898. Annual meeting second Tuesday in January; monthly 
meetings at which papers are read. Sixty-three members. Chapter, Ameri- 
can Federation of Arts. 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MINIATURE PAINTERS. 

William J. Baer, . . President. Laura Coombs Hills, Vice-President 

Mabel R. Welch, Secretary and Treasurer, 
226 West Fifty-ninth Street, Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

(For foundation see Vol. Ill, p. 121.) 
Organized 1898. Annual meeting in February. Twenty-one members. 
February 1 to February 10, 1912— Thirteenth annual exhibition at the 
Knoedler Galleries ; a retrospective exhibition containing 317 works by living 
and deceased painters. _— — 

AMERICAN WATER COLOR SOCIETY. 

215 West Fifty-seventh Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Alexander T. Van Laer, President James Symington, . . Treasurer. 

W. Mkrritt Post, Secretary. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 242.) 
Organized 1866; incorporated 1877. Annual meeting third Wednesday 
in March; stated meeting third Wednesday in January. Chapter, American 
Federation of Arts. April 25 to Mav 12, 1912— Forty-fifth annual exhibition 
held at the American Fine Arts Building. Evans Prize of $300 awarded to 
Childe Hassam for "The Minuet." 



NEW YORK 137 

ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE OF NEW YORK. 

215 West Fifty-seventh Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Bkeck Trowbridge^ President. 
Robert I. Aitken^ Joseph Rowland Hunt, Treasurer. 

George W. Breck^ Vice-Presidents. Stows Phelps, .... Secretary. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 152.) 

Organized 1880. Annual meeting first Tuesday in May; stated meetings 
first Tuesday in each month from October to June. About 400 members. 
Qiapter, American Federation of Arts. 

Jan. 28-Feb. 17, 1912 — ^Twenty-seventh annual exhibition. Medal of Honor 
for Sculpture awarded to Daniel C. French for seated figure "Memory," a de- 
tail of the Marshall Field Memorial; Medal of Honor for Painting to C. Y. 
Turner for mural paintings to be placed in the Hudson County Court House ; 
co-operative prize of $300 for a mantle and wall design awarded to W. J. 
Beauley, architect; Edward Simmons, painter; Paul Jenneiwen, sculptor. 
Avery Prize of $60 for sculpture went to Paul Jenneiwen. 

ART COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 

Gty Hall, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Robert W. de Forest, . President. I. N. Phelps Stokes, . Architect. 

V.-Pres. Metropolitan Museum of Art Karl Bitter, Sculptor. 

Frank L. Babbott, . Vice-President George W. Breck, . . . Painter. 

William J. Gaynor, . . . Mayor John Bogart, 

A. Augustus Healy, John A. Mitchell, 

President Brooklyn Institute of Charles Howland Russell, . Sec. 

Arts and Sciences. Trustee New York Public Library. 

John Quincy Adams, Assistant Secretary. 

(For foundation and growth see Vol. VI, p. 189; Vol. VIII, p. 176.) 

Established 1897. Reference collection of books, maps and photos. Has 
published illustrated catalog of works of art belonging to city. Two hundred 
and sixty-two submissions having aggregate value of $28,000,000, passed 
upon in 1912. ^-_^_ 

ART IN TRADES CLUB. 
318 West Fifty-seventh Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

William Sloane Coffin, President H. V. Mooney, . . . Secretary. 
George E Colon, . Vice-President 230 Fourth Avenue, Manhattan, 

George P. Reinhard, . Treasurei: New York, N. Y. 

(For foundation see Vol. VI, p. 188.) 

Organized 1905. Annual meeting May; monthly meetings with addresses 
on various phases of industrial art. Membership of about 100 salesmen in 
art trades. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 

ART STUDENTS' LEAGUE OF NEW YORK. 

216 West Fifty-seventh Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Charles Vezin, . . . President Eugene G. Jacobson, . Treasurer. 
A. B. Titus, Regina Farrelly^ 

Helen Winslow Durkee, Recording Secretary. 

Vice-Presidents. Norma Whitelaw, 

Corresponding Secretary. 

Organized 1875. Annual meeting third Wednesday in January; stated 
meetings November, January and May. About 350 members. Frequent 
''one-man" exhibitions. A large school is maintained. (See reports of 
schools.) 



138 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

ART WORKERS' CLUB FOR WOMEN. 
224 West Fifty-eighth Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Constance Curtis, . . President. Grace Schuyler de Luze, 
Georgiana Rowland, Treasurer. 

First Vice-Prendent Mrs. pRANas Rogers^ . Secretary. 
(For foundation see Vol. IV, p. 205.) 

Organized 1901. Employment bureau, costume bureau, restaurant, circu- 
lating library, classes in French and drawing; various entertainments. Six 
hundred and twenty-seven members. 



ARTISTS' AID SOCIETY. 

216 West Fifty-seventh Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 
George W. Maynard, . President. William Bailey Faxon, Treasurer. 
H. Bolton Jones, . Vice-President. Robert F. Bloodgood^ . Secretary. 

Organized 1890. Annual meeting third Wednesday in December ; annual 
outing third Wednesday in May. Seventy-six members. Initiation fee $10 
to $30; assessment of $10 made on death of a member, when $600 is paid 
to his heirs. The Society controls a free bed in the Presbyterian Hospital. 
Deaths 1912— F. D. MiUett. 



ARTISTS' FUND SOCIETY. 

Alexander C. Morgan, . President. W. Merritt Post, . . Treasurer. 
William H. Howe, Vice-President Leigh Hunt, .... Secretary. 

45 West Eleventh Street, New York. 
(For foundation see Vol. Ill, p. 131.) 

Organized 1857. Annual meeting first fortnight in March; semi-annual 
meetings third Tuesday in November. One hundred and fifteen members. 

The proceeds of an exhibition of old masters held by the Knoedler & Co. 
to open their new building were turned over to the Artists' Aid and Fund 
Societies; amount realized was $4,958. 



ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN PAINTERS AND 

SCULPTORS. 

Arthur B. Davies, . . President Walt Kuhn, .... Secretary. 
GuTZON BoRGLUM, . . Vicc-President. 122 East Twenty-fifth Street, 

Elmer L. MacRae, . . Treasurer. Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Organized January 2, and incorporated July 7, 1912. An international 
exhibition to be held in Sixty-ninth Regiment Armory, February 15 to 
March 15, 1913. 

BRONX SOCIETY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES. 

Lorillard Mansion, Bronx Park, Borough of The Bronx, New York, N. Y. 

Henry M. McCracken, President. 
Alfred T. Schauffler, Olin J. Stephens^ . . Treasurer. 

John H. Denbigh^ Arthur B. Lamb, . . . Secretary. 

Wm. T. Hornaday, Vice-Presidents. 

Museum open, free, 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. ; contains objects of science, art 
and history. 

Society organized 19(y5. Annual meeting third Thursday in April; Board 
meetings third Thursday of each month. 



NEW YORK (BROOKLYN) 13^ 

BROOKLYN CHAPTER A. I. A. 

Alexander Mackintosh, President Dudley McGrath, . . . Secretary. 

Julius F. Harder, Vice-President 175 Fifth Avenue, 

John P. Voelker, . . Treasurer. Borough of Manhattan, 

New York, N. Y. 
Organized 1894. Annual meeting May; stated meetings last Monday of 
each month. Seventy members, of whom thirty-one are Institute members. 



BROOKLYN INSTITUTE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES. 

Academy of Music, Lafayette Avenue, Borough of Brooklyn, New York, N. Y, 

A. Augustus Healy, . . President. Cunton W. Ludlum, . Treasurer. 
Charles A. Schieren, Herman Stutzer, . . Secretary. 

First Vice-President 

Frankun W. Hooper, Director. 

(For foundation and history see Vol. Ill, p. 133.) 
Organized 1823 ; reincorporated 1890. Annual meeting of Trustees second 
Friday in May. About 7,500 members. Active educational work conducted b;y 
twenty-eight departments, each of which is a society by itself. Tickets admit 
members to any of the 550 meetings of the year. Weekly Bulletin. Chapter, 
American Federation of Arts. 

Institute branches in Jamaica, Garden City, Hempstead and Huntington; 
branch members have privileges of Institute members. Two museum buildings. 

DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE. 

Arne Dehli, .... President. J. Monroe Hewlett, Vice-President. 

Woodruff Leeming, Secretary. 
277 Henry Street, Borough of Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. 

Annual meeting in March. Collections of casts and photographs illustrat- 
ing history of architecture and sculpture. Lectures and conferences from 
November to April, open to members. 

DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS. 

William H. Goodyear, . President. George Kriehn, . . . Secretary. 
Annual meeting in March. Nine courses of six lectures each announced 
for 1912-1913, to be conducted in conjunction with Brooklyn Art Association. 
Loan exhibition of portraits held under the auspices of Little Italy Association 
at the Institute's Montague gallery, March 13 to 27, 1912. 

DEPARMENT OF PAINTING. 
Frederick J. Boston, Vice-President Miss S. M. Barstow, . Secretary. 
Collection of paintings at the Museum. Evening art class maintained at 
174 Montague Street. (See school reports.) Exhibitions. 

DEPARTMENT OF PEDAGOGY. 

Section of Art Education. 

Meetings on Monday afternoons. Courses in drawing and construction 
and in design given Saturday mornings; instruction in weaving, arts and 
crafts and handicraft work in afternoon; course in ''Appreciation of Mod- 
em Art." Thirty lectures by Leigh Hunt. 

DEPARTMENT OF PHOTOGRAPHY. 
Wm. Elbert Macnaughtan, Richard M. Coit, . . . Secretary. 

President 56 Pine Street, Boro. of Manhattan. 

Annual meeting in April. Lectures, conferences and exhibitions. Pho- 
tographic room and apparatus in Academy of Music Building may be used 
by members at a cost of $1.50 a year. Instruction in artistic photography; 
frequent exhibitions in Studio and at 174 Montague Street A collection of 
photographs and lantern slides of Long Island is deposited at the Museum. 



140 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

BROOKLYN INSTITUTE MUSEUMS. 

CENTRAL MUSEUM. 

Eastern Parkway, Borough of Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. 

William Henry Fox, Curator-in-Chief. 

DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS. 

William H. Goodyear,. . Curator. Susan A. Hutchinson, . Librarian. 
A. E. RuEFF, . Assistant Curator. Herbert B. Judy, .... Artist. 

(For details of collections see Vol. VIII, p. 181.) 

Open week days, 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. ; Sundays, 2 to 6 p. m.; Thursday 
evenings, 7:30 to 9:45; admission free except on Mondays and Thurs- 
days, when fee is 25 cents for adults and 10 cents for children. 
Permanent collections of paintings, sculpture, art objects, prints, photo- 
graphs, lantern slides. Departments of ethnology and natural sciences in 
same building. Museum News published monthly. 

First wing opened 1897; fourth wing in course of construction. Collec- 
tions of Department of Fine Arts valued at $665,000. Accessions 1912 
include twelve water colors by Winslow Homer, nineteen etchings by Rob- 
eft Blum, twenty paintings by Otto Walter Beck presented by William T. 
Evans, paintings by Kost, Couse, Tracy and Ballard Williams presented by 
George A. Hearn. Occasional special exhibitions. 

CHILDREN'S MUSEUM. 
Bedford Park, Borough of Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. 

Anna B. Gallup, Curator. 

Open, free, 9 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. weekdays; 2 to 5:30 p. m. Sundays. 
Lectures daily at 4 p. m. for 7 A and 7B grade children on scientific sub- 
jects; none as yet on art. A special case of "color in nature" is of decided 
artistic value; art books in library, which has total of 6,500 volumes for 
teachers, students and children. 

A new building is to be erected on the site of the present one; Ludlow 
& Peabody, architects. 

BROOKLYN SOCIETY OF MINERAL PAINTERS. 

Adeline B. Lienau, . . President. Mis. C. A. Schultz, . Treasurer. 
Mrs. E. B. Camp, . Vice-President. Miss E. A. Roelker, . Secretary. 

51 Downing Street, 
Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. 

Organized 1892. Annual meeting March 1; monthly meetings first 
Wednesdays. Thirty-two members. Annual exhibition in December. 



CATHOLIC CLUB. 

120 West Fifty-ninth Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

John D. Crimmins, Chairman, Art Committee. 

Exhibition of decorative art held March 3 to 10, 1912. Occasional lec- 
tures. 



CITY CLUB OF NEW YORK. 

bb Wctt Forty-fourth Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Frcdemck Cran£^ Chairman, Art Committee. 

Frequent exhibitions. 



NEW YORK 141 

CENTURY ASSOCIATION. 
7 West Forty-third Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Joseph H. Choate, . .• President Elgin R. L. Gould, . . Treasurer. 
Edwin H. Blashfield. Henry Osborn Taylor, . Secretary. 

First Vice-President 

art committee. 
Howard Russell Butler, Irving R. Wiles, Frederick W. Kost. 

Organized 1847. Annual meeting second Saturday in January; stated 
meetings first Saturday in the month, November to June. Two hundred and 
twenty-five members. Social organization; mondily exhibitions of work by 
members. 



CIRCLE OF FRIENDS OF THE MEDALLION. 

National Arts Club, 15 Gramercy Park, Borough of Manhattan, 

New York, N. Y. 

Charles de Kay, Managing Director. Charles B. Palmer, 

Secretary and Treasurer, 
14 East Seventeenth Street 

Organized 1900. About five hundred members. Two medals or plaques 
issued each year to members. 



COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY. 

AVERY ARCHITECTURAL LIBRARY. 
West 116th Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Edward R. Smith, Librarian. 

Open daily, except Sundays and four holidays, 9 a. m. to 6 p. m., and 7 :30 
to 11 p. m. ; closes at 10 p. m. during the summer. Standard library of the 
architectural profession in the United States, with over 25,000 volumes. New 
building, the gift of Samuel Putnam Avery, Jr., was opened November 9, 1912; 
the upper floors are used by the School of Architecture. 

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF THE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE. 

Goldwik Goldsmfth, President. Shiras Campbell^ . . Secretary. 

A. P. WiNDOLPH First Vice-President. 103 Park Avenue, 

E. J. MoELLER, .... Treasurer. New York, N. Y. 

(For foundation see Vol. V, p. 205.) 

Organized 1908. Annual meeting fourth Tuesday in April; stated meet- 
ings fourth Tuesday in October and January ; board meetings second Tuesday 
in October, January, April and May. Two hundred and thirty members. 
Draftsmen's and Architects' Exchange maintained. 

UNDERGRADUATE CHAPTER. 

The students of architecture compose the Undergraduate Chapter; 
affiliated with the Graduate Society. "Annual" published illustrating the 
work of the students. 



142 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

COOPER UNION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF 

SCIENCE AND ART. 

Eighth Street and Third Avenue, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

John E. Parsons, President. 
Edward R. Hewitt, Treasurer. Charles R. Richards, . Director. 

R. Fulton Cutting . . Secretary. Frederick Dielman, Art Director. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, pp. 225 and 300.) 

Men's Night Art School; Woman's Art School; Department of Me- 
chanical Drawing. (See school reports.) Transfer of physics and engineer- 
ing to new Hewitt Memorial Building will give additional space in founda- 
tion building for Night Art Qasses. 

MUSEUM FOR THE ARTS OF DECORATION. 

directors. 

Mrs. Abram S. Hewitt, Sarah Cooper Hewitt, 

Mrs. J. O. Green, Eleanor G. Hewitt, 

Open free daily except Sunday and Monday, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m., and 6:30 
to 9 p. m.; closed July 1 to September 15 

Opened 1897 Collections of furniture, textiles, wood carvings, scrap 
books, Dedoux collection of nearly 500 original decorative designs. Visitors 
in 1911-1912 numbered 7,436, an mcrease of 368. Principal accessions: 266 
drawings by Winslow Homer from Charles S. Homer; 126 sketches by 
Walter Shirlaw from Mrs. Shirlaw; 41 pieces of painted "tole" from Mr. 
and Mrs. J. Talbot Taylor. 

ARCHITECTURAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF THE 

COOPER UNION. 

pRANas M. Davis, . . President. James F. Connell, 
Robert V. Olson, Vice-President. Corresponding Secretary. 

Arnold Levien, . Treasurer. 190 South Avenue, Mariners Harbor, 

S. I., N. Y. 

Organized 1898. Regular meetings third Saturday of January, March, 
May, September and November. 



ENGINEERS' CLUB. 
32 West Fortieth Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

J. R. Andrews, Chairman, Art Committee. 
Annual loan exhibition. 



ETHICAL SOCIETY. 

Downtown Branch, 216 Madison Street, Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 
Exhibition held February 17 to March 3, 1912. 



FAKIRS' CLUB OF AMERICA. 
41 West Seventy-fourth Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Walter M. Williams. . President C. F. Radley, .... Treasurer. 
George Dannenberg, Vice-President Roy D. Webb, .... Secretary. 

A social club for art students. 



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FINE ARTS FEDERATION OF NEW YORK. 

215 West Fifty-seventh Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Frederick Dielman, . President. FRANas C. Jones^ . . Treasurer. 
Daniel C. French, Vice-President Joseph Rowland Hunt, Secretary. 

28 £. Twenty-first Street, Manhattan. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 258.) 
Organized 1895. Annual meeting last Thursday in April; stated meet- 
ing last Tuesday in November. Council consists of three representatives 
from each of the thirteen Societies composing the Federation. 

representatives 1912-1913. 
National Academy of Design — Frederick Dielman, J. C. Nicoll, Francis C. 

Jones. 
New York Chapter, A. I. A, — C Grant La Farge, H. Van Buren Magonigle, 

Goodhue Livingston. 
American Water Color Society — F. K. M. Rehn, E. Irving Couse, Edward 

H. Potthast. 
Society of American Artists — Will H. Low, Kenyon Cox. Frederick W. Kost 
Architectural League of New York — S. B. P. Trowbridge, Joseph Howland 

Hunt, William A. Boring. 
American Fine Arts Society — William Bailey Faxon, Charles A. Rich, 

Robert H. Nisbet 
Municipal Art Society — Charles R. Lamb, Bert Hanson, John G. Agar. 
Society of Beaux Arts Architects — Harvey W. Corbett, Arthur A. Stoughton, 

Donn Barber. 
National Sculpture Society — Herbert Adams, Augustus Lukeman, Daniel C. 

French. 
Mural Painters — W. Laurel Harris, F. S. Lamb, Joseph Lauber. 
New York Water Color Club— Elliott Daingerfield, Ben Foster, Henry B. 

Snell. 
Brooklyn Chapter, A. I. A.— Woodruff Leeming, Alexander Mackintosh, 

Frank H. Quinby. 
Society of Illustrators — Charles Dana Gibson, Arthur I. Keller, Henry S. 

Fleming. 

GREENWICH HOUSE HANDICRAFT SCHOOL. 

26 Jones Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Maud Robinson, in charge of art work. 

Organized 1905. Classes for the residents of neighborhood carried on 
under auspices of the Art Committee. Occasional exhibitions of native 
craft work. 



GROLIER CLUB. 
29 East Thirty-second Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 
Admission on presentation of personal card. Frequent exhibitions of 

books and prints. 

■* 

GUILD OF BOOKWORKERS. 

Mrs. Charles W. Boyes, Secretary-Treasurer, 

77 Irving Place, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

(For foundation sec Vol. VI, p. 220.) 

Organized 1906. Annual meeting in November. Annual exhibit: Fifth, 

November 22 to 26, 1911, in.the room of The Architectural League of New 

York, included illuminating, printing, binding, tools, book covers, book plates. 



144 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

HISPANIC SOCIETY OF AMERICA. 

156th Street, West of Broadway, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Archer M. Huntington, President. Edward L. Stevenson, . Secretary. 
Isaac £. Gates, . . . Treasurer. Robert W. Martin, . . Librarian. 

(For foundation see Vol. VI, p. 200.) 

Open, free, daily and Sunday 10 a. m. to 5 p. m., except during August 
Permanent collections of paintings, sculpture, wood-carving and other works 
of Spanish art. 

Founded 1904. Annual meeting in January. One hundred members. 
Occasional special exhibitions. 

LAZARUS SCHOLARSHIP. 
National Academy of Design, Amsterdam Avenue and 109th Street, Borough 

of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

George W. Breck, Chairman Committee in Charge. 

Established 1892. Open to any male citizen of the United States. Win- 
ner receives $1,000 a year for three years for the study of mural painting, 
and makes his headquarters in Rome. Scholarship awarded every third year. 
Present holder, Frederick C Stahr. Next competition in spring of 1914. 

KIT-KAT CLUB. 

13 East Fourteenth Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Charles Ferrand, . . . President. P. Schwarzenbach, . . Treasurer. 

H. Nappenbach, . Vice-President. Addison P. Niles, . . . Secretary. 

Coytesville, N. J. 
Organized 1881. Four meetings each week for classes. Eighty-four 
members. Annual exhibition and ball. 



LES ANCIENS DE L'ACADEMIE JULIAN. 

Nelson A. Bickford, Frank A. Bicknell, . . Secretary. 

Honorary President. 58 West Fifty-seventh Street, 
J. William Fosdick, . . President. Borough of Manhattan, 

New York, N. Y. 
Organized 1908. Annual dinner April 4, 1912. Membership open to any 
man who worked at Julian's before 1896. 

LOTOS CLUB. 

110 West Fifty-seventh Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

William T. Evans, Chairman Art Committee. 
Exhibitions during the season, opening the third Saturday of each month. 

MacDowell club. 

108 West Fifty-fifth Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

John W. Alexander, . President. Henry de F. Baldwin, . Treasurer. 
Hamlin Garland, Mrs. James Harvey Robinson, 

First Vice-President. Secretary. 

Open, free, 10 a. m. to 6 p. m., except on Mondays and Tuesdays. Two 
exhibitions a month of self-organized groups of eight to twelve artists. 

Incorporated 1906. Membership includes professionals in all the arts. 
Annual meeting in April; annual dinner in the galleries of the National 
Academy of Design during exhibition. Five hundred and fifty members. 

Home of Edward MacDowell at Peterborough, N. H., maintained as a 
residence for art students. MacDowell resident fellowship in dramatic com- 
position established at Harvard. 



REV. JOSEPH SEWALL, BY JOHN SJdIIKRT. 



NEIV YORK 145 

METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART. 

Fifth Avenue and Eighty^second Street, Borough of Manhattan, 

New York, N. Y. 

J. PiERPONT Morgan, President. 
Joseph H. Choate, Vice-President Howard Mansfield, . Treasurer. 
Robert W de Forest, William L. Andrews, 

Vice-President and Secretary. Honorary Librarian. 

STAFF. 

Edward Robinson, Director and Curator of Classical Art. 
Henry W. Kent, Assistant Secretary 
Thomas D. Duncan, Assistant Treasurer. 
George H. Story, Curator Emeritus of Paintings. 
Bryson Burroughs, Curator of Paintings. 
A. B. DE St. M. D'Hervilly, Assistant Curator of Paintings. 
GiSELA M. A. RicHTER, Assistant Curator, Qassical Art. 
Albert M. Lythgoe, Curator, Egyptian Art. 
Arthur C. Mace, Assistant Curator, Egyptian Art. 
Herbert E. Winlock, Assistant Curator, Egyptian Art. 
Caroline Louise Ransom, Assistant Curator, Egyptian Art. 
Wilhelm R. Valentiner, Curator, Decorative Arts. 
Bashford Dean, Curator of Arms and- Armor. 
Joseph Breck, Assistant Curator of Decorative Arts. 
DuRR FRiifeDLEY, Assistant Curator of Decorative Arts. 

Frances Morris, Assistant Curator in charge of Textiles and Musical Instru- 
ments. 
WiLUAM Clifford, Librarian. 
Lucie E. Wallace, Assistant Librarian. 
Alice L. Felton, Assistant in charge of Photographs. 
Marion E. Fenton, Museum Instructor. 
Florence N. Levy, General Assistant. 
Winifred E. Howe, General Assistant. 
Patrick H. Reynolds, Registrar. 
Conrad Hewitt, Superintendent of the Building. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 2J7; Vol. IX, p. 200.) 

Open daily; Saturday, 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. ; Sunday, 1 to 6 p. m.; other 
days, 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. in winter and 6 p. m. in summer. Free except Mon- 
day and Friday, when admission is 25 cents except to members, copyists and 
Public School teachers and pupils. 

Collections : Series of E^ptian rooms ; classical originals ; old and mod- 
em paintings ; medixval, renaissance and modern sculpture ; furniture ; tapes- 
tries, lace and other textiles; armor, jewelry, silver; Chinese porcelain; Ori- 
ental wares; musical instruments. Library, 24,113 volumes and 35,826 photo- 
graphs; lecture hall; instructor; study rooms; facilities for copying; photo- 
graphs and postals; lantern slides and photographs which can be lK)rrowed; 
monthly Bulletin; numerous catalogues. 

Organized 1870. Annual meeting in February; Board of Directors meets 
second Mondays. Chapter, American Federation of Arts and American 
Association of Museums. 

Legacies and gifts during 1911 include furniture and art objects from 
estate of Mrs. Maria P. James; paintings from estate of R. G. Dun; 
^1,866 from estate of Thomas Achelis ; Sl,005,000 from J. S. Kennedy estate 
m addition to amounts previously paid; $442,520 on account of F. C. Hewitt 
bequest; $15,000 from S. P. Avery and H. C. Smith as fund in memory of 



146 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

Charles Stewart Smith. In 1912 a gift from Francis L. Leland of more than 
$1,000,000; $700,000 from estate of Joseph Pulitzer; $15,000 from estate of 
Horatio C. Kretschmar; several smaller amounts and numerous objects of 
art. 

Membership, December 31, 1911, 3,151 as compared with 3,236 at the 
close of 1912. Attendance, 702,801 in 1911; 690,183 in 1912. Expenses for 
administration and maintenance in 1912 were $331,920.78; receipts included 
$200,000 from the city and $7,861 from admissions; $538,766.74 expended for 
purchases in 1912. Total number of accessions in 1911, 2,524; in 1912 there 
were 2,667; numerous loans in all departments, the most important being 
the paintings exhibited early in 1913 belonging to J. Pierpont Morgan, which 
were transferred from London in 1912 with other sections of his collections. 
Special exhibitions: American colonial portraits and early American sil- 
verware, November and December, 1911 ; early Italian paintings lent by Mrs. 
L. E. Holden, of Cleveland, and sixty Japanese wood blocks from the r rancis 
Lathrop collection purchased by the Museum, shown Nov^moer, 1912. 

Lecture hall and classroom have been used for a course of four lectures 
(published in book form by Scribner's) ; by outside organizations, including 
American Association of Museums, Columbia University, City College, School 
Art League, Art in Trades Qub, Japan Society and others; and almost daily 
by the Museum instructor. 

MUNICIPAL ART SOCIETY. 

119 East Nineteenth Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

W. Laurel Harris^ . . President. Stephen Farrelly, . . Treasurer. 
Arthur Williams, Albert S. Bard, . . . Secretary. 

Charles W. Stoughton, . V.-Pres. Nelson S. Spencer, . . . CounseL 

Eugene Pitou, Executive Secretary. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 259.) 

Annual meeting second Wednesday in October; stated meetings second 
Wednesday in December, February and April. Nine hundred and sixty-two 
members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Work carried on by, 
numerous committees; annual exhibition in April. Gift of memorial tablets 
unveiled at Police Headquarters May 11, 1912. 



MURAL PAINTERS. 
215 West Fifty-seventh Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Edwin H. Blashfield, . President. Taber Sears, .... Treasurer. 
John W. Alexander, W. Laurel Harris, . . Secretary. 

First Vice-President 

Incorporated 1895. Annual meeting fourth Tuesday in April; stated 
meetings second Monday in November, February and April. Chapter, Ameri- 
can Federation of Arts. 

Course of atelier instruction maintained in conjunction with the Beaux- 
Arts Architects and the National Sculpture Society. Lantern slides and a 
lecture by Edwin H. Blashfield circulated through The American Federation 
of Arts. Exhibition held at the City Qub in February, 1912. 



MUSEUM OF FRENCH ART. 

FRENCH INSTITUTE IN THE UNITED STATES. 

Executive Office, 32 Nassau Street; Reading Room, 400 Madison Avenue, 

Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

McDouGALL Hawkes, Chairman Board of Trustees. 
Otto H. Kahn, . . . Treasurer. Thomas Hastings, . . Secretary. 



NEW YORK 147 

Organized December, 1911; affiliated with the Institute Francis aux 
^tats-Unis. Annual meeting first Thursday in December; Trustees meet- 
ings first Thursday in November, December, January and February. The 
object is to extend and popularize knowledge of the art of France by means 
of lectures, reading room with reference library and current French peri- 
odicals and exhibitions. All persons in sympathy with the work may be 
elected members; annual dues $10. 

First exhibition April-May, 1912, at American Fine Arts Building, New 
York, consisted of engravings and prints of monuments of Paris. A loan 
exhibition of French contemporary paintings will be held in the spring of 
1913. The first lecture was given December 8, 1912, by Louis Hourticq, 
Inspector of Fine Arts of Paris. 

NATIONAL ACADEMY ASSOCIATION. 

215 West Fifty-seventh Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 
John W. Alexander, . President. Harry W. Watrous, . . Secretary. 
Incorporated April 15, 1912 for the purpose of erecting a building for the 
offices and exhibitions of the following societies: National Academy of 
Design, National Sculpture Society, New York Chapter of American In- 
stitute of Architects, Beaux-Arts Architects, Architectural League of New 
York, American Water Color Society, the New York Water Color Qub, 
Municipal Art Society, Society of Mural Painters and Society of Illustra- 
tors. It will be governed by a Board of Trustees representing the different 
societies, the Mayor of New York, the President of the Borough of Man- 
hattan, members of allied societies, the Chamber of Commerce, and the 
Metropolitan Museum of Art. 



NATIONAL ACADEMY OF DESIGN. 

Amsterdam Avenue and 109th Street, 
Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

John W. Alexander, . President. Francts C. Jones, . . Treasurer. 
Herbert . Adams, . Vice-President. C C. Curran, Recording Secretary. 
Harry W. Watrous, Corresponding Secretary, 58 West Fifty-seventh Street. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 263.) 

Founded 1826. Annual meeting second Wednesday in May; Council 
meetings first Monday in each month; officers' meetings third Monday. 
Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 

At the meeting held May 8, 1912, the following were elected full Academi- 
cians: W. A. Comn, C. C. Cooper, Wilton Lockwood, Walter Cook, Lsrdia 
Field Emmet and Henry Prellwitz. The following were elected Associates: 
Louis Betts, Charles Bittinger, Cyrus £. Dallin, James D. Fraser, Frederic 
Karl Frieseke, Walter Griffin, Ben Ali Haggin, Jonas Lie, M. Jean McLane, 
Hobart Nichols, Charles Rosen, Eugene Speicher, Susan Watkins, William 
Wendt and Mahonri Young. (For complete list of members since foundation 
see end of Who's Who in Art section.; 

December 9, 1911, to Januar]^ 7, 1912 — ^Winter exhibition. Carnegie 
prize to Edwin H. Blashfield for "Life" (see illustration) ; Proctor to Eugene 
E. Speicher for "Miss Appleton" ; Isidor to E. I. Cousc for "Indian Potter" 
(see illustration) ; Barnett to Manonri Young for "The Laborer." March 9 
to April 14, 1912 — Eighty-seventh Annual Exhibition. Clarke prize to 
(diaries Bittinger for "Getting Ready for the Ball" (see illustration) ; first 
Hsdlgarten to Charles Rosen tor "A Kocky Ledge" ; second to E. L. Warner 
for "Along the River Front"; Inness to Albert (iroll for "Lake Louise"; 
Saltus to Bruce Crane for "The Hills"; Shaw to M. Jean McLane for "Mrs. 
John Henry Hammond and Daughter." 



148 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

NATIONAL ARTS CLUB. 

14 and 15 Gramercy Park, Borough of Manhattan, New York; 
Gallery entrance, 119 East Nineteenth Street. 

John G. Agar, .... President. Richard Welling, . . Treasurer. 
William T. Evans, Frederick S. Lamb, Secretary. 

First Vice-President. 

(For foundation see Vol. Ill, p. 145.) 

Incorporated 1898. Annual meeting second Tuesday in April. One thou- 
sand and nine members. Club house; restaurant; studio apartments; gal- 
leries open on presentation of card, 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. Annual exhibition of 
work of artist members, with purchase prize of $1,000 awarded in 1912 to 
Gardner Sjrmons for "The Sun's Glow and Rising Moon"; "Books of the 
Year"; exhibition in November; National Society of Craftsmen in Decem- 
ber; exhibitions changed monthly. During 1911-1912 there were ten exhibi- 
tions, fifty functions and the courtesy of the Club was extended to twelve 
societies for their meetings. 



NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PORTRAIT PAINTERS. 

executive committee. 

S. Montgomery Roosevelt, DeWitt M. Lockman, 

Chairman. Vice-Chairman. 

Robert Vonnoh, Ben Ali Haggin. 

Earl Stetson Crawford, Secretary, 14 West Twenty-ninth Street, Manhattan. 

Incorporated February 8, 1912. Membership limited to thirty. An Ameri- 
can movement for the sake of the art of portraiture by American artists. 
The first exhibition was held March 18 to April 6, 1912,, at the Reinhardt 
Galleries in New York, and April 13 to 27 at the Reinhardt Galleries in 
Chicago. 



NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ARTS AND LETTERS. 

Brander Mathews, President. Arthur Whiting, 

Samuel Isham, . . . Treasurer. Hamlin Garland, 
H. D. Sedgwick, . . . Secretary. Robert Underwood Johnson, 
120 East Twenty-second Street, Hamilton W. Mabie, 

Manhattan, New York, N. Y. Harrison S. Morris, 

Jesse Lynch Williams, 

Vice-Presidents. 

(For foundation see Vol. VIII. p. 104.) 

Organized 1898; incorporated by Act of Congress January 18, 1913. 

Annual meeting first Tuesday in September. Membership limited to two 

hundred and fifty, and divided into departments of literature, art and music; 

ninety members in department of art. 

AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS AND LETTERS. 

William Dean Howells, President. Robert Underwood Johnson, 
William Milligan Sloane, Permanent Secretary. 

Chancellor and Treasurer. 33 East Seventeenth Street, 

Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Organized 1904. Membership limited to fifty. Public meetings in con- 
junction with parent organization. 



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NATIONAL SCULPTURE SOCIETY. 

215 West Fifty-seventh Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Daniel C. French, Honorary President 

Herbert Adams^ . . . President Isidore Konti, Secretary pro tem. 
DoNN Bakber, 164 West Fifty-fifth Street, 

Solon Borglum, . Vice-Presidents. Manhattan. 

I. Wyman Drummond, . Treasurer. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 277.) 

Organized 1893; incorporated 1896. Annual meeting second Tuesday in 
January; monthly meetings second Tuesdays October to May. Chapter, 
American Federation of Arts. 

Free course for the study of decorative sculpture given in co-operation 
with the Society of Beaux-Arts Architects. Circulating exhibit of small 
bronzes sent to eight cities in 1912; photographs of sculpture and lecture 
circulated by American Federation of Arts. 



NATIONAL SOCIETY OF CRAFTSMEN. 

Arts Club Studios, 119 East Nineteenth Street, Borough of Manhattan, 

New York, N. Y. 
LocKwooD de Forest, . . President. Edward H. Ascherman, Treasurer. 
Maud M. Mason, . Vice-President. Robert Dulk, .... Secretary. 

(For foundation see Vol. VI, p. 208.) 
Permanent salesroom open 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. 
Organized 1906. Annual meeting last week in April; monthly meetings 
last Friday of each month, except June, July and August. About three hun- 
dred and seventy-five members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 
Special monthly exhibitions. Fifth annual exhibition December 6 to 28, 1912. 
The Metal- Workers' Guild and the Keramic Guild hold special meetings. 

NEW YORK CHAPTER, A. I. A. 

215 West Fifty-seventh Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

C. Grant LaFarge, . . President. Charles Butler, . . . Recorder 

Robert D. Kohn, . Vice-President. Egerton Swartwout, , Secretary. 

H. Van Buren Magonigle. 244 Fifth Avenue, Manhattan. 

Treasurer. 
Organized 1867. Annual meeting second Wednesday in November; 
meetings second Wednesday of each month October to June. Two hundred 
and forty members, of whom one hundred and thirty-five are Institute mem- 
bers. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 

LeBrun Traveling Scholarship established giving $1,000 for six months' 
travel in Europe to any architect or draughtsman, a citizen of the United 
States, not under 23 nor over 30 years of age, recommended by a member 
and successful in the competition. First award made in May, 1912, to Otto 
R. Eggers. Henry Bacon, Chairman of Committee, 160 Fifth Avenue. 

NEW YORK WATER COLOR CLUB. 

215 West Fifty-seventh Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 
Henry B. Snell, . . . President Charles C. Curran, . Treasurer. 
Mrs. E. M. Scott^ . Vice-President. Wiluam J. Whittemore, Secretary. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 283.) 
Organized 1890. Annual meeting second Thursday in January; autumn 
meeting last Thursday in October. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 
Twenty-second annual exhibition October 28 to November 24, 1911 ; Beal 
Prize awarded to Colin Campbell Cooper for "A Salem Residence." Twenty- 
third exhibition November 2 to 22, 1912. 



150 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

NEW YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Central Park West, Seventy-sixth to Seventy-seventh Streets, Borough of 

Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Samuel V. Hoffman, . President John A. Weeks, 

Francis R. Schell, Domestic Corresponding Secretary. 

First Vice-President. Archer M. Huntington, 

Robert H. Kelby, . . librarian. Foreign Corresponding Secretary. 
Warren C. Crane, . . Treasurer. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 226.) 

Open, free, daily 9 a. m. to 5 p. m., except Sundays and legal holidays; 
closed July and August. Collection contains 1,000 paintings of old masters 
of all schools; Egyptian antiquities; New York prints. 

■Library founded 1804; building erected 1904. Bequest of $396,963 and 
family portraits, silver and bric-a-brac received in 1912 from Catherine de 
Peyster, with stipulation that they be shown in a special room. 

NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundation. 
Fifth Avenue and Forty-second Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, 

ART GALLERIES AND PRINT DEPARTMENT. 
Frank Weitenkampf, Curator, Print Department. 

(For foundation of Lenox and Stuart collections of paintings see 

Vol. I, p. 227.) 

Open, free, daily 9 a. m. to 6 p. m., and 1 to 5 p. m. on Sundays (except- 
ing the Stuart Room). Print room with facilities for study. S. P. Avery col- 
lection of modern etchings; Lenox collection of 50 paintmgs includes works 
by Reynolds, Turner, Copley, Stuart and others; Stuart collection of 246 
paintings and numerous art objects. These collections are maintained by 
the Library, but not increased. Special art reading room. Frequent exhibi- 
tions of prints; occasional special exhibitions in lower hall. 



NEW YORK SCHOOL OF APPLIED DESIGN FOR WOMEN. 

Thirtieth Street and Lexington Avenue, Borough of Manhattan, 

New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. Dunlap Hopkins, President. 

Lecture courses for pupils and others. Exhibition of paintings by 
Inness. May, 1912. (For instruction see list of schools.) 



NEW YORK SOCIETY LIBRARY. 
109 University Place, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Frank B. Bigelow, Librarian. 

Open, free, 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. daily, except Sunday; Saturdays till 12 
during the summer. John C. Green alcove contains costlv illustrated works 
on painting, costume, decoration and ornament. Shareholders may borrow; 
study facilities for schools and clubs. 

NORMAL COLLEGE ARTS AND CRAFTS CLUB 

Park Avenue and Sixty-seventh Street, Borough of Manhattan, 

New York, N. Y. 

Grace Warren, .... President. Mabel Snow, .... Treasurer. 
Josephine Bruggemann^ Viola Foster, .... Secretary. 

Vice-President 
Organized 1907. Annual meeting June; stated meetings every Friday 
afternoon. Twenty-six members. Exhibition. 



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NEW YORK 151 

PASTELLISTS. 

Leon Dabo, Elmer L. MacRae, Secretary-Treas. 

Chairman Board of Control. Carnegie Hall, 

Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Organized 1910. Second exhibition at the Folsom Galleries December 
9 to 30, 1911. 

PEN AND BRUSH CLUB. 
132 East Nineteenth Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. Ernest Thompson Seton, Grace Taber, .... Treasurer. 

President. Frances Wood Hamill, 
Mrs. Edna W. Maclean^ Corresponding Secretary. 

Vice-President. 

Annual meeting first Tuesday in February; social meetings first Sunday 
of each month, November to May. One hundred and seventy-five women 
members. Frequent exhibitions. 



PHOTO SECESSION. 
291 Fifth Avenue, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Alfred Stieglitz, Director. 

(For foundation see Vol. IV, p. 221.) 
Galleries open free 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. daily, except Sunday. Exhibitions 
of an unusual character. Organized 1898. Camera Work published quar- 
terly. 

PRATT INSTITUTE 

SCHOOL OF FINE AND APPLIED ART. 
Ryerson Street, near DeKalb Avenue, Borough of Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. 

Walter Scott Perry, Director of Department 

(For foundation sec Vol. L p. 307.) 
Collections of ceramics arranged in the hallways of the school; art 
reference department and galleries in the Library Building; frequent one 
man exhibitions. Free Wednesday lectures given by the Director. Chapter, 
American Federation of Arts. 

PRATT ART CLUB. 

Alumni Association of the Department of Fine and Applied Arts. 
296 Lafayette Avenue, Borough lof Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. Walter H. Ross, . President. C. Julie Husson, . . . Treasurer. 
Ida E. Boyd, . . . Vice-President. Lottie B. Turner, . . Secretary. 

296 Ryerson Street. 
Organized 1901. Annual meeting in May at the time of the annual 
exhibition of Pratt Institute; regular meetings second Tuesday of each 
month. Two hundred members. Gallery, library and dining room main- 
tained by the Alumni; classes; frequent exhibitions. 



QUEENS BOROUGH SOCIETY OF ALLIED ARTS AND 

CRAFTS. 

Charles H. Miller, . . President Eugene Bischoff, . . Treasurer. 
Jesse Browne, Jr., Vice-President. Elmer Kunger, . . . Secretary. 

Hollis, L I., N. Y. 
Annual meeting in March. Evening classes in leather embossing, design, 
drawing and stencilling. 



152 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

SAINT MARK'S IN-THE-BOUWERIE. 

Tenth Street and Second Avenue, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 
Frequent exhibitions in the vestry rooms. 



SALMAGUNDI CLUB. 
14 West Twelfth Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Carleton Wiggins, . . President. Paul E. Alberti, . . . Treasurer. 
Frederick Ballard Williams, Leigh Hunt, Recording Secretary. 

Samuel T. Shaw, Vice-Presidents. Howard Giles, 
Albert A. Southwick, . Librarian. Corresponding Secretary. 

Gustave Cimiotti, Jr., Chairman Art Committee. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 241.) 

Organized 1871. Annual meeting first Friday in March; stated meetings 
first Friday of each month. Six hundred and eighty-six members. Monthly 
exhibitions with numerous awards; exhibition and sale of mugs. 

January 13 to 24, 1912 — Black and whites. First Shaw prize to Ernest 
D. Roth for "Peretola"; second to J. Scott Williams for "Evening Study"; 
third to Arthur Covey; Inness book-plate prize to A. M. Garretson. 

March 15 to 21 — Annual exhibition of paintings and sculpture by mem- 
bers. Shaw prize to W. J. Hayes for "Morning with the Hunters"; Evans 
prize to Wm. V. Cahill for "The Red Book"; Isidor prize to R. D. Gauley 
for portrait of C. B. Loomis. 

SCHOOL ART LEAGUE OF NEW YORK. 

215 West Fifty-seventh Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 
John W. Alexander, . President. Otto H. Kahn, . . . Treasurer. 
James P. Haney, First V.-President Florence N. Levy, . . . Secretary. 
Chairman Executive Committee. 

(For foundation see Vol. IX, p. 213.) 

Organized 1911. Annual meeting in November; Executive Committee 
meets first Friday October to May. Six hundred and seventeen members 
and two affiliated societies. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 

Lectures and gallery tours at the Metropolitan Museum of Art; meet- 
ings of high school pupils at exhibitions in Fine Arts Building; Fine Crafts- 
manship medal given each term in each of 200 workshops of the elementary 
schools; exhibition of industrial design held at National Arts Club June 4 
to 8, 1912; eight industrial art scholarships awarded; school room decoration. 



SCHOOL CRAFTS CLUB.' 

New York, N. Y. 

William F. Vroom, . . President. Ezra Putnoi, .... Treasurer. 
Charles W. Ledley, Secretary, 775 St. John's Place, Borough of Brooklyn, 

New York, N. Y. 

(For foundation see Vol. VIII, p. 331.) 

Organized 1902. Annual meeting second Friday in March; stated meet- 
ings second Friday in November, January and May. About one hundred 
members. 

SCUOLA DTNDUSTRIE ITALIANE. 

Richmond Hill Settlement House, 177 Macdougal Street, 
Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. Gino C. Speranza, Carolina Amari^ . . . Director. 

Qiairman Executive Committee. 

Organized 1905 to revive old Italian handwork. Workrooms open to 
visitors every Wednesday. 



NEIV YORK 153 

SOCIfiTfi DES ARCHITECTS DILOMfi PAR LE 
GOUVERNEMENT FRANQAIS. 

Groupe Amcricain. 

J. H. Freedlander, . . President. Julian Clarence Levi, . Treasurer. 

Francis H. Nelson, Secretary, 15 West Thirty-eighth Street. 

(For foundation see Vol. VI, p. 215.) 
Organized 1904. Stated meetings second Thursday of each month. 

Seventy members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 

Exhibition March, 1912, of architectural drawings in competition for 

Perry memorial at Put-in-Bay, for an auditorium at Portland, Ore., and for 

the Porter memorial gate at New Haven. 



SOCIETY OF BEAUX-ARTS ARCHITECTS. 

16 East Thirty- third Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York. 
Ernest Flagg, .... President. Julian Clarence Levi, Treasurer. 
George S. Chappell, Everett V. Meeks, . . Secretary. 

Vice-President, Manhattan. 

William Emerson, 281 Fifth Avenue, Chairman Education Committee; 
James Otis Post, 341 Fifth Avenue, Chairman Committee on Paris Prize. 
(For foundation and history see Vol. II, p. 31; Vol. VI, p. 216.) 

Organized 1894. Annual meeting Monday before Thanksgiving; stated 
meetings third Monday in February and May ; Executive Committee meetings 
first Thursday in December and last Thursday in February and May. Two 
hundred and forty- two members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 

Free course in architectural design, consisting of thirty-five competi- 
tions, open to draftsmen and students of architectural schools in any city of 
the United States or Canada. Ateliers are maintained in forty-two cities. 
Competitive designs on exhibition 8 a. m. to d p. m. except during judgment 
and on public holidays. 

Paris Prize, open to all citizens of the United States under twenty-seven 
years, giving the winner the privilege of the "First Class" in architecture 
at the Ecole des Beaux Arts of Paris and a yearly stipend of $1,000 during 
his two and one-half years* stay abroad. The other four competitors in the 
final competition receive $100 each. The 1912 winner was Donald N. Kirk- 
patrick, of the University of Pennsylvania (see school reports). 



SOCIETY OF ICONOPHILES. 
William Loring Andrews, Richard H. Lawrence, . Secretary. 

President. 15 Wall Street, New York, N. Y. 

Organized 1894. Annual meeting January. Sixty members. Society 
publishes engraved views and portraits relating to the City of New York. 

SOCIETY OF ILLUSTRATORS. 
Charles Dana Gibson, . President. Henry S. Fleming, 
E. M. Ashe, . . . Vice-President. Secretary-Treasurer. 

1 Broadway, Borough of Manhattan. 

New York, N. Y. 
Organized 1901. Annual meeting April; monthly meetings. Chapter, 
American Federation of Arts. 

Circulating exhibition held at New York Public Library November, 1911, 
under the auspices of the American Federation of Arts; later shown in 
Providence, Worcester, Syracuse, Buffalo and Toledo. Third exhibition 
opened at the National Arts Qub, New York, in October, 1912, and then 
went on tour under the auspices of the American Federation of Arts. 



154 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 

SOCIETY OF WOMEN PAINTERS. 

Mrs. Emma Lampert Cooper, Mrs. Georgia Timken Fry, 

President. Vice-President. 

Harriet Phillips, . . Treasurer. Catherine R. Bartoo, . Secretary. 
Martha Walters, Assistant Secretary, 15 West Sixty-seventh Street, 

Manhattan, New York. 

Organized 1911. Annual meeting in January; 22 members. Work of 
women painters is sent on circuit; no exhibition in New York. 



SOCIETY OF MEN WHO PAINT THE FAR WEST. 

executive committee. 
Elliott Daingerfield, Ben Foster, 

DeWitt Parshall, Secretary-Treasurer, Carnegie Hall, Manhattan, 

New York, N. Y. 

Organized 1912. Consists of the following eleven : Couse, Daingerfield, 
Foster, Groll, Moran, Parshall, Potthast, Ritschel, Symons, Wendt and Wil- 
liams. First exhibition at Macbeth Gallery, New York, in February, 1912; 
pictures shown later in Chicago and other cities. 



STATEN ISLAND ASSOCIATION OF ARTS AND 

SCIENCES. 
154 Stuyvesant Place, New Brighton, Richmond Borough, New York. 

Howard R. Bayne, . . President. Charles A. Ingalls, . Treasurer. 
William T. Davis, Arthur Hollick, . . Secretary. 

William H. Mitchell, Charles L. Pollard, 

Vice- Presidents. Curator-in-Chief . 

John Quincy Adams, Chairman Art Department. 

(For foundation see Vol, VIII, p. 208.) 
Open, free, 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. daily except Sundays. Permanent col- 
lections. 

Organized 1881. Annual meeting third Saturday in May. Board meet- 
ings first Saturday of each month, October to May. Monthly Bulletin. 
Weekly lectures to school children. Exhibitions. 



STUDIO CLUB OF NEW YORK. 

35-37 East Sixty-second Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 
Mrs. Stephen Baker, . President. Mrs. P. H. Jennings, Treasurer. 
Dorothy Perkins, . Vice-President Mrs. Schuyler Schieffelin, 

Secretary. 
A. Evelyn Newman, General Secretary. 
(For foundation see Vol. VIII, p. 209.) 
Organized 1907. Annual meeting first Thursday in October ; stated meet- 
ings first Thursday of each month. Housewarming January 6, 1912. A 
home for students of painting, music and drama, with accommodations for 
seventy women under thirty years ; rates from $7.50 to $10 a week. 



TEN AMERICAN PAINTERS. 

The group consists of Frank W. Benson, William M. Chase, Joseph De 
Camp, T. W. Dewing, Childe Hassam, Willard L. Metcalf, Robert Reid, 
Edward Simmons', Edmund C Tarbell, J. Alden Weir. 

Fifteenth annual exhibition was held March 15 to April 6, 1912, at the 
Montross Gallery, 550 Fifth Avenue, New York, and later in Chicago and 
other cities. 



NEW YORK, NORTHAMPTON 155 

UNION LEAGUE CLUB. 

1 East Thirty-ninth Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 
Robert W. Van Boskerck, Chairman Art Committee. 
Monthly exhibitions during the season. 

CATHARINE LORILLARD WOLFE ART STUDENTS 

ASSOCIATION. 

Grace House, 802 Broadway, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. Royal Whitman, President Committee in Charge. 

Founded 1896 as a meeting place for women studying the various 
branches of art. Open daily and Sunday 10 a. m. to 10 p. m., October to 
June; tea served every afternoon. Non-sectarian. 



• WOMAN'S ART CLUB OF NEW YORK. 

Maud M. Mason, . . . President. Maria J. Strean, . . . Treasurer. 
Mrs. Otto Wigand, Grace Fitz-Randolph, . Secretary. 

First Vice-President 3 Washington Square South, 

Borough of Manhattan, 
New York, N. Y. 
(For foundation see Vol. II, p. 32.) 

Organized 1890. Annual meeting third Tuesday in November. 

February 20 to March 5, 1912 — Twenty-second annual exhibit at Glaenzer 
Galleries. National Arts Prize to A. A. Wigand; McMillin Prizes to Sophie 
M. Brannan and Emily N. Hatch; Marine Prize to Alice Preble Tucker de 
Haas ; Watrous Prize to Clara E. Peck ; Sculpture Prize to B. Lillian Link. 

WOMAN'S COSMOPOLITAN CLUB. 

142 East Thirty-third Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. William A. Brown, President. Candace Stimson, . . Secretary. 

Mrs. Edward R. Hewitt, 277 Lexington Avenue, Manhattan, 

First Vice-President. New York. 
Genevieve McLean, . . Treasurer. 

Incorporated 1911. Annual meeting fourth Thursday in April; 509 mem- 
bers. Social Club with small exhibitions for the pleasure of members; about 
ten a season. 

WOMAN'S MUNICIPAL LEAGUE. 

46 East Twenty-ninth Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 
Occasional exhibitions and art lectures at the settlements. 



FORBES LIBRARY. 

Northampton, Mass. 

Lalia May Damon, Acting Librarian. 

Permanent art exhibition. Largest collection of reproductions for public 
circulation in the country; original colored Japanese prints; original etchings 
and engravings ; over 3,000 slides. 

HILLYER ART GALLERY. 

Smith College, Northampton, Mass. 

Alfred V. Churchill, in charge of History of Art. 

Open free daily, 9 to 1, and 2 to 4 o'clock, according to the season. Col- 
lections ; paintings by American artists ; casts ; photographs and lantern slides. 
Studios for classes in drawing and painting. Lecture hall in new wing. 



156 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

NORWELL SOCIETY OF ARTS AND CRAFTS. 

Norwell, Mass. 
Mrs, Mary L. Power, . President Mrs. Alice C. Merritt, Treasurer. 
Mrs. Mabel £. Sparrel, Mrs. Florence B. Pinson, Secretary. 

Vice-President. 

Organized 1906; incorporated 1907. Annual meeting first Friday in July; 
meetings every Friday afternoon. 56 members. Chapter, American Federa* 
tion of Arts. Salesroom open daily June 15 to October 1. Specialty, baskets. 

NORWICH FREE ACADEMY. 

Norwich, Conn. 

Lewellyn Pratt, President. 
Francis J. Leavens, Treasurer. Costello Lippitt, .Secretary. 

Helen Marshall, Librarian, Curator of Museum. 
Mrs. Guv W. Eastman, Principal Art School. ♦ 

Incorporated 1854. The Peck Library and Slater Memorial Museum and 
Converse Art Building are open, free, 8.30 a. m. to 5 p. m. ; Saturdays 9 a. m. 
to 12 m. and 2 to 5 p. m. ; Sundays 2 to 4 p. m. The Museum contains casts, 
reproductions of metal work, and over 2,000 photographs. In the Converse 
Building is the Edmond Indian collection. Art school maintained (see 
schools). 



PIEDMONT ART GALLERY. 

Piedmont Springs Park, Oakland, Cal. 

Richard L. Partlington, Curator. 

(For foundation see Vol. VI., p. 220.) 
Open daily 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. ; admission fee 10 cents. The private 
gallery of Frank C. Havens; contains modern paintings. 

SAGE LIBRARY. 

Oakland, Cal. 
Anna L. Sawyer, Librarian. 
Gallery open every day except Sunday. Collections of paintings and 
photographs. 407 volumes on the fine and applied arts and 325 photographs. 



OLNEY ART GALLERY. 

Oberlin College, Oberlin, O. 
Gift of Professor Charles F. Olney of Cleveland. Maintenance fund of 
$10,000 bequeathed by Mrs. Olney. 

OHIO ART AND MANUAL TRAINING TEACHERS' 

ASSOCIATION. 
Pliny A. Johnston, . . President. Susan I. Odlin, 

Secretary-Treasurer, 
Supervisor of Drawing, Dayton, O. 
Annual meeting November. 

OKLAHOMA ART LEAGUE. 

Oklahoma City, Okla. 

C. P. Colcord, . . . President. C. F. Ingalls, . . . Treasurer. 
Mrs. W. E. Hodges, Vice-President. Mrs. J. J. Merrill, 

Corresponding Secretary. 
Organized 1910. Exhibitions. 



OKLAHOMA, PARIS 157 

OKLAHOMA MANUAL ARTS ASSOCIATION. 
V. O. Wilson, . . . President. Brownlow Hopper, Treasurer. 

Charles T. Jennings, L. P. Whitoomb, . Secretary. 

Vice-President. Weather ford, Okla. 

Organized 1909. Annual meeting during the Christinas holidays. 30 
members. 



OMAHA ART GUILD. 

Office of Omaha Bee, Omaha, Neb. 
DoANS Powell, . . . President. Ruth Tomsett, . . . Secretary. 
Organized 1912. 

OMAHA PUBLIC LIBRARY AND MUSEUM. 

EorrH ToBiTT, Librarian. 
Open 10 a. m. to 12 m. and 2 to 5 p. m. week days; 2 to 5 p. m. Sundays 
and holidays. Small collection of paintings; Indian collection. Occasional 
exhibition; "Litchfield Hills," by Ben Foster, purchased 1912. 



OMAHA SOCIETY OF FINE ARTS. 
Mrs. Chaxles W. Russell, President. Mks. Halleck F. Rose, Treasurer. 
Mrs. Charles C. George, Mrs. Herbert C. Sumney, Secretary, 

Vice-President. 5307 Popleton Avenue, Omaha, Neb. 

Organized 1906. 125 members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 

Third annual exhibition of work by American painters held in Public Library 

Feb. 17 to March 8, 1912. Study course followed. Junior branch of 100 

members. 



AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION OF PARIS. 

4 Rue Joseph Bara, Paris, France. 

Rodman Wanamaker, President. 

Paul W. Bartlett, First Vice-Presi- C. Hegeman, Secretary and Manager. 

dent and Acting President. 

Reorganized 1911. Exhibition held February, 1912. 



AMERICAN WOMEN'S ART ASSOCIATION. 

4 Rue de Chev reuse, Paris, France. 

Annie Goldthwaite, . President. Edith Hope Ogden, Vice-President 

Miss Moffett, Secretary-Treasurer. 
Annual meeting in January. Annual exhibitions in February, limited to 
American women exhibitors. 



INTERNATIONAL ART UNION. 

Student Hostel, 93 Boulevard Saint-Michael, Paris, France. 
Mrs. Grace Whitney-Hoff, Honorary President. 
Minerva J. Chapman, . President. Mrs. Juuet Kipling, . Treasurer. 
Marguerite de Felice, Mrs. 1. C. Hunter, 

Vice-President. Corresponding Secretary. 

(For foundation, sec Vol. VIII., p. 214.) 
Organized 1907. Annual meeting last Thursday in October. About 200 

members. 

Whitney-Hoff purchase awards of 500 and 1,000 francs respectively. 
Whitney-Hoff Museum Purchase Fund purchases each year a picture to he 
presented to some American museum. 



158 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

PARIS SOCIETY OF AMERICAN PAINTERS. 
WiLLiAic T. Dannat, . President. Jules Stewart, . . . Treasurer. 
Gaki Melchers, First Vice-President. Eugene La Chaise, Secretary, 

39 Rue Joubert, Paris, France. 

Annual meeting first Monday in May. Chapter, American Federation of 

Arts. Arranges for special groups of American work at foreign exhibitions. 

PENNSYLVANIA STATE ASSOCIATION 

OF ARCHITECTS. 
Edward Stotz, Pittsburgh. President. Reinhardt Dempwolf, York, 
Albert Kelsey, Philade^hia, Treasurer. 

Vice-President. Richard Hooker, . . . Secretary, 

Farmers' Bank Bldg., Pittsburg, Pa. 
Organized 1909. Annual meetings held alternate years in Harrisburg; 
fourth annual meeting in Philadelphia, April 9, 1912. Membership composed 
of the three Pennsylvania Chapters of the A. I. A., with com"bined member- 
ship of about 200. 

SOUTHERN PENNSYLVANIA CHAPTER A. I. A. 
J. A. Dempwolf, . President. C. Emlen Urban, . . Treasurer. 

M. I. Kast, . . Vice-President. M. I. Kast, .... Secretary. 

222 Market Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Organized 1909. Annual meeting May. 15 members, of whom 13 are 
Institute members. 



BRADLEY ARTS AND CRAFTS CLUB. 

Bradley Polytechnic Institute, Peoria, 111. 
Arthur F. Payne, . . President. Clarence Simpson, . Treasurer. 
Edward Anderson, Vice-President. May Marsh, .... Secretary. 
Organized 1898. Annual meeting first Tuesday in November. Monthly 
lecture and exhibit. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 

PEORIA ART LEAGUE. 
Nama a. Lathe, . President. Irene O. Bunch, . Vice-President 

Mrs. M. B. Eakert, Secretary-Treasurer, 220 Linn Street, Peoria, 111. 



HANDICRAFT WORKERS OF PETERBOROUGH. 

Concord Street, Peterborough, N. H. 
Mary Morison, . . . President. Mrs. H. B. Needham, . Treasurer. 
Mrs. Perkins Bass, Anne £. Hamilton, Secretary. 

First Vice-President. 
Organized 1906. 100 members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 
Departments maintained: Italian cut work, baskets, rugs and domestic sci- 
ence. Salesroom and tearoom open July and August. 

ART CLUB OF PHILADELPHIA. 

220 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

John H. McFadden, President. 

Leslie W. Miller, Joseph M. Patterson, . Treasurer. 

George Frederick Keene, Samuel W. Cooper^ Secretary. 

Vice-Presidents. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 348.) 
Organized 1887. Annual meeting second Saturday in January; stated 
meetings April and December. 917 members. Chapter, American Federation 
of Arts. Frequent exhibitions. 



PHILADELPHIA 159 

ART JURY OF PHILADELPHIA. 

Room 119, City Hall, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Rudolph Blankenburg, Mayor, Ex-officio. 
Charles Custis Harrison, President. Eli Kirk Price. 
Charles Grafley, Sculptor. Edward T. Stotesbury. 

Hugh H. Breckenridge, . Painter. Joseph E. Widener. 
Paul P. Cret, . . . Architect. Leslie W. Miller, . . Secretary. 
Andrew Wright Crawford, Assistant Secretary. 
Created 1907 by Act of Legislature; first appointments made November 
9, 1911. Empowered to approve all works of art before acceptance by the 
city, and to make recommendations for improvement of the city. 

ARTISTS FUND SOCIETY OF PHILADELPHIA. 

James B. Sword, President. Stephen J. Ferris, Vice-President. 

J. L. G. Ferris, Secretary-Treasurer, 8 N. 50th Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Organized 1825. 13 members. Fund maintained for benefit of families 
of deceased members. 



ARTS AND CRAFTS GUILD OF PHILADELPHIA. 

235-239 South Eleventh Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 
John Gilbert McIlvaine, President. E. P. Stewardson, . . Treasurer. 
Elma H. Schick, . Vice-President. Margaret A. Neall, Secretary. 

Organized 1905; incorporated 1911. Annual meeting in April; stated 
meetings first and third Monday in each month. 232 members. Chapter, 
American Federation of Arts. 9 exhibitions during 1911-1912. 



DREXEL INSTITUTE OF ART, SCIENCE AND 

INDUSTRY. 

Chestnut and Thirty-second Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Alexander Van Rbnsselabb, Anthony J. Drexel, . Treasurer. 

President. Herman Dercum, 
Edward T. Stotesbury, Secretary and Assistant Treasurer. 

Vice-President. 
James MacAllister, President of the Institute. 
Organized 1891. 

THE MUSEUNJ and PICTURE GALLERY. 
Mary T. MacAllister^ Curator. 

Open free, 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. daily, except legal holidays and Sundays. 

Collections represent the decorative arts of Egypt, India, China, Japan and 
Europe ; including sarcophagi, wood carvings, bronzes, textiles and coins. The 
picture galleries comprise the Lankenau and the Drexel collections. 

During 1912 a part of the collection of the late George W. Childs was 
presented by Mrs. Childs. 

The L9)rary contains 2,000 volumes on the fine and decorative arts; 
about 2,000 mounted photographs; series of etchings of ancient Paris; pho- 
tographs of old London; Japanese water. color prints; about 3,000 lantern 
slides. 



FREE LIBRARY OF PHILADELPHIA. 

art department. 
Thirteenth and Locust Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. 
John Thomson, Librarian. 
About half the 25,000 volumes are on art; a large number art and archi- 
tectural periodicals. 



160 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

FAIRMOUNT PARK ART ASSOCIATION. 

Edward T. Stotesbury, President. Wij-liam W. Justice, . Treasurer. 

Charles H. Dana, Leslie W. Miller^ . . Secretary. 

John T. Morris, 320 South Broad Street. 

Charles J. Cohen, Vice-Presidents. Philadelphia. Pa. 

(For foundation see Vol. Ill, p. 171.) 
Organized 1871; chartered 1906. Annual meeting January; Trustees' 
meetings monthly. 814 members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 
Membership in Park Branch and City Branch over 800. Monuments con- 
templated or in course of erection include: equestrian statue of Gen. McQel- 
lan by Edward C. Potter, Ericsson Memorial and Robert Morris Memorial 

FAIRMOUNT PARK ART GALLERY. 
Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Fairmount Park Reservoir has, by ordinance of councils, been set aside 
as a site and an appropriation of ^00,000 has been made to the Commissioners 
of Fairmount Park to begin the work of erecting an Art Gallery. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

1300 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 
(See Vol. Ill, p. 174.) 
Open free daily, September to July. Many valuable portraits. 

PENNSYLVANIA ACADEMY OF THE FINE ARTS. 

Broad Street, above Arch, Philadelphia, Pa. 
John Frederick Lewis, President. Clement B. Newbold, 
E. Burgess Warren, Vice-President. 

Honorary Vice-President. George H. McFadden, Treasurer. 

Open free 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. week days; 1 to 5 p. m. Sundays. Permanent 
collections free; fee for special exhibitions. Permanent collection of early 
American portraits; Gibson collection of 19th century foreign paintings; 
contemporary American paintings and sculpture. 

Organized 1805. Annual meeting first Monday in February ; Board meet- 
ings first Monday of each month. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 
School maintained (see schools); frequent exhibitions; important annual 
exhibition of American art. Feb. 4 to March 24, 1912.— One hundred and 
seventh annual exhibition. Awards: Temple gold medal to Emil Carlsen for 
•'Open Sea" ; Sesnan medal to Willard L. Metcalf for "Spring Fields" ; Beck 
gold medal to Joseph de Camp for portrait of "Francis I. mory** ; Mary Smith 
prize to Elizabeth Sparhawk- Jones for "In the Spring." Accessions 1911-1912 
include portraits of Baron and Baroness Von Seeger by Gilbert Stuart and 
portrait of A. B. Frost by Richard Miller. 

FELLOWSHIP, PENNSYLVANIA ACADEMY OF THE FINE ARTS. 
Henry J. Thouron, President. H. Hanley Parker, . Treasurer. 

Mary Butler, Secretary, 2127 Green Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 
(For foundation see Vol. V, p. 223.) 

Organized 1897. Annual meeting third Monday in April ; stated meetings 
of the Board of Managers fourth Mondays of May and November. About 
450 members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 

Annual autumn exhibition. Fellowship prize 1912 awarded to Richard 
Blossom Farley for "Sands of Bamegat." Frequent lectures and exhibitions. 
May 6 to 18, 1912, exhibition held at the Plastic Club, which combined the 
group of pictures shown earlier in the season at the George H. Thomas, 
the Cleveland and the Dunlap Schools, with the Traveling Exhibition which 
had been seen at Pottstown, York and Harrisburg during March. 1912. 



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PHILADELPHIA 161 

PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM AND SCHOOL OF 

INDUSTRIAL ART. 

Theodore C. Search, , President. James Butterworth, . Treasurer. 
John Story Jenks» Edwin AtLee Barber, Secretary. 

John G. Carruth, Vice-Presidents. 

Chartered 1876. Annual meeting second Monday in June. Bulletin pub- 
lished quarterly. 

PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM. 

Memorial Hall, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Edwin AtLee Barber, Director. Mrs. Corneuus Stevenson, 

Assistant Curator and Lecturer. 
(For fotmdation see Vol. I, p. 347.) 
Open free daily; Sundays, 1 to 6 p. m.; Mondays, 12 to 5 p. m. ; other 
days 9.30 a. m. to 6 p. m. Galleries of American pottery and other art ob- 
jects; period furniture; textiles; Frishmuth antiquarian collection; library. 
Membership 277. Attendance for year ending May 31, 1912, was 303,500; 
about 150 accessions. The Frishmuth antiquarian collection was installed in 
two divisions in the basement. Two additional furniture sections opened May 
27, 1912. A collection is being formed of old American silver by Philadelphia, 
makers 

SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ART. 

320 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Leslie W. Miller. Principal. 

(For details of instruction see list of schools.) 
Emphasis laid on the practical side; divided into Textile School and 
School of Design. Mifflin and Sinnott traveling scholarships of $500 each 
for post-graduate study in Europe. Class for curators meets at Memorial 
Hall. A collection of 39 reproductions of Italian and Spanish maiolica was 
presented by John T. Morris. Twenty-five complete costumes of Venetian, 
English and Continental types have been received from Mrs. James Mifflin. 

ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE OF WOMEN. 

Mrs. John Harrison, . President. Mrs. Joseph F. Sinnott, Treasurer. 

Mrs. C. Shillard Smith, Secretary. 
Annual meeting second Friday in May; monthly meetings during the 
winter. Maintains Students' League House at 1309 South Broad Street 
for resident students; awards scholarships and prizes for Industrial Art 
School. An entertainment Dec. 5, 1911, cleared about $2,400. 

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF THE SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ART. 

Joseph Frank Copeland, President. Frances Nagle McAleer, Treasurer. 
Benjamin Franklin Jarrett, Jr., Harriette Barney Burt, Secretary, 

Vice-President. 4823 Hazel Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Annual meeting in December. Organized 1901. Chartered 1911. Em- 
ployment Bureau and Loan Fund maintained; six traveling exhibitions o£ 
school work arranged. Gift of $1,000 by W. K. Ramborger to endow Saturday 
afternoon sketch class ; large collection of costumes received from Mrs. James 
Mifflin. 

PHILDELPHIA TEXTILE SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION. 

Bradley C. Algeo, . . President. William Steele, Treasurer. 

Theodore C. Search, William J. Maurer, Secretary, 

Honorary Vice-President. 320 South Broad Street 

Annual reunions, first Thursday in June. 400 members. Occasional 

technical publications. Students' Loan Fund established. 



162 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

PENNSYLVANIA SOCIETY OF MINIATURE 

PAINTERS. 

Mrs. Emily Drayton Taylor, Mrs. Sarah Y. Boyle, . Treasurer. 

President A, Margaretta Archenbault, 
LuDWiG K Faber, Vice-President. Secretary, 1710 Chestnut Street, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Tenth annual exhibition at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 
Nov. 11 to Dec 17, 1911. 

PHILADELPHIA CHAPTER A. I. A. 
John Hall Rankin, . President. Horace Wells Sellers, Secretary. 

1307 Stephen Girard Building^ 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Regular monthly meeting. 

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^ PHILADELPHIA SKETCH CLUB. 

235 South Camac Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Charles H. Stephens, . President. William H. West, Treasurer. 

George Spencer Morris, Covington Few Seiss, . Secretary. 

Vice-President. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 354.) 

The club held its fifty-second anniversary celebration November 19, 1912; 
members' exhibition in December. 



PHILADELPHIA WATER COLOR CLUB. 

Thornton Oakley, . . President. John J. Dull, . . . Treasurer. 
Blanche Dillayb, Vice-President George Walter Dawson, Secretary. 

10 South 18th Street, Phila., Pa. 

Annual exhibitions. November 13 to December 17, 1911 — Beck Prize to 
Jessie Willcox Smith. November 10 to December 15, 1912 — Tenth annual ex- 
hibition. 

PLASTIC CLUB. 

247 South Camac Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Mrs. S. p. Snowden Mitchell, Althea J. Carnell, . Treasurer. 

* President. 

Mrs. Alice Barber Stephens, Elizabeth J. Abel, 

First Vice-President. Corresponding Secretary. 

Organized 1897; incorporated 1903. Annual meeting May. Chapter, 
American Federation of Arts. Gub house; frequent exhibitions. 



T SQUARE CLUB. 
1204 Chancellor Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

John Molitor, . President. Henry B. Ward, . . Treasurer. 

John S. Schwacke, Vice-President. E. P. Bissell, . . Secretary. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 357.) 

Organized 1883; incorporated 1897. Annual meeting first Wednesday in 
May; monthly meetings October to May. 238 members. Lunch club. Ate- 
lier maintained with Prof. Cret as Patron. Chapter, American Federation^ of 
Arts, and Architectural League of America. Eighteenth annual exhibition 
was held in the galleries of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 
April 14 to May 5, 1912. 



PHILADELPHIA, PITTSBURGH 163 

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM. 

Thirty-third and Spruce Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. 
G. B. Gordon^ Director. 

Open free 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. week days; 2 to 6 p. m. Sundays. Closed 
Sundays during July and August. 

Organized 1889. Annual meeting third Friday in December; Board 
dent graduate scholarships in architecture, each with a value of $600, open to 
tion of Arts. Attendance in 1912 was 77,505. 

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA ARCHITECTURAL SOCIETY. 

College Hall, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. 
M. B. Medary, Jr., . . President. W. T. Karcher, . Treasurer. 

John G. McIlvaine, Vice-President. Livingston Smith, Corresponding 

Secretary, 916 Crozer Building. 
Organized 1900. Annual meeting in June. 145 members. Three resi- 
dent graduate scholarships in architecture, each with a value of $600, open to 
graduates of American schools holding a bachelor's degree in architecture. 

WILSTACH GALLERY. 
Memorial Hall, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa. 

WILSTACH GALLERY COMMITTEE OF FAIRMOUNT PARK COMMISSION. 

John G. Johnson, Chairman. 
P. A. B. WiDBNER. E. T. Stoiesbury. 

T. DeWitt Cuyler. J. Wiluam White. 

Rudolph Blanksnburg^ £x-officio. James Hazlett, £x-officio. 

(For foundation see Vol. VI, p. 232.) 
Gallery open free daily 9 :30 a. m. to 5 p. m. ; 1 to 5 p. m. on Sundays. 
Acquisitions 1912: Paintings by Daubigny, Gericault, Rousseau, Renard, 
Bastien-Lepage, Troyon, de Hooch, John Lewis Brown, Delacroix, Gains- 
borough, Guido Reni and Isabey. 

ART COMMISSION OF PITTSPURG. 

John W. Beatty, Director Art Department, Carnegie Institute. 
A. B. Harbor, . Architect. Henry W. Goodwin, 

John W. Alexander, . . Painter. Arch. Dept. ; Carnegie Tech. Schools. 
H. A. MacNeil, . . . Sculptor. W. L Mellon. 
Alfred B. Orth, 

The Mayor and the Director of Public Schools, ex-officio. 

ART SOCIETY OF PITTSBURG. 

341 Sixth Avenue. Pittsburg. Pa. 
C. Russell Hewlett, . President. Marvin F. Scaive, . . Treasurer. 
John L. Porter, . Vice-President. V. E. Hirsch, . Secretary. 

Mrs. George H. Wilson, Manager. 
Organized 1873. Annual meeting May. Chapter, American Federation of 
Arts. Monthly musical meetings, and special exhibitions. 

ASSOCIATED ARTISTS OF PITTSBURG. 

511 Penn Building, Pittsburg. Pa. 
James Bonar, . President. Will J. Hyett, First Vice-President 

Alex. H. Lappe, Secretary-Treasurer. 

Organized 1910. Annual meeting third Tuesday in January; annual semi- 
social meeting in the Carnegie Institute Galleries on the evening of April 29, 
1912. Eighty members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Members' 
exhibition opened at Wunderly Galleries May 4, 1912. 



IW AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

CARNEGIE INSTITUTE. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 
William N. Frew, . . President. George E. Shaw, 
John D. Shafer, . Vice-President. Chairman Fine Arts Committee. 

James H. Reed, . . . Treasurer. John W. Beatty, 
Samuel H. Church, . Secretary. Director of Fine Arts. 

(For foundation and history see Vol. I, p. 362; Vol. VI, p. 28S.) 

Galleries open free daily 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. ; Sundays 1 to 6 p. m. 

Founded 1896. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Annual fund of 
$100,000 for the use of the Department. Department of prints founded 1912. 
Eight paintings purchased. Thirteen exhibitions held 1911-1912. 

April 25 to June 30, 1912 — Sixteenth International exhibition of paintings ; 
special group of works by John Lavery. Gold medal of first dass to Charles 
Sims for painting "Pastorella" ; medal of second class (silver) to Paul Dough- 
erty for painting "A Freshening Gale" ; medal of third class (bronze) to Henri 
Martin for "Portrait of My Son." Frequent "one man" and other exhibi- 
tions. 



DUQUESNE CERAMIC CLUB. 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
Myra Boyd, .... President. Mrs. W. C. Moreland, Treasurer. 
Mable Farnen, Mrs. E. K. Price, . . Secretary. 

Mrs. Ray E. Motz, Vice-Presidents. 624 Penn Avenue, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Organized 1891. Annual meeting first Monday in March; stated monthly 
meetings. Thirty-nine members. Annual exhibitions at which each member 
must be represented by not less than three pieces of her own work. 



MANUAL ARTS ASSOCIATION OF ALLEGHENY 

COUNTY. 

C. B. Connelly, . . . President. J. T. Hawthorne, . . Treasurer. 
S. M. Speer, . . Vice-President. Alice D. Fairman, Secretary. 

1120 N. Euclid Avenue. Pittsburg 

E., Pa. 
Organized 1905. Annual meeting in May; meetings first Tuesday of each 
month. About 200 members. 



PITTSBURG ARCHITECTURAL CLUB. 

Edward B. Lee, . . . President. Ernest W. Boyer, . . Secretary, 

Lours Stevens, Vice-President. 1013 People's Bank Building. Pitts- 

James MacQueen, . . Treasurer. burg, Pa. 

Organized 1897; incorporated 1901. Annual meeting last Tuesday in Sep- 
tember; monthly meetings. One hundred and one members. Member, Archi- 
tectural League of America. Annual exhibitions in the Carnegie Institute 
Galleries. 



PITTSBURGH CHAPTER, A. I. A. 

Farmers' Bank Building, Pittsburg, Pa. 
O. M. Topp, .... President. Carleton Strong, . Treasurer. 

A. H. Spahr, . . Vice-President. Richard Hooker, . . Secretary. 

Farmers' Bank Bldg., Pittsburg, Pa. 
Organized 1891. Annual meeting October; stated meetings about the 
third Tuesday of each month. Sixty-seven members, of whom twenty-one 
are Institute members. 



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PITTSBURGH, PORTLAND 165 

PITTSBURG ETCHING CLUB. 

Edward Duff Balken, . President. George A. Macbeth, 

Edwin M. Hers, Vice-Presidents. 
Alexander S. Guffrey, Secretary-Treasurer, 7 Wood St.. Pittsburg, Pa. 

Organized 1909. Annual meeting first Monday in February. Membership 
limited to 100 print lovers and collectors. Frequent exhibitions. 



TEACHERS' ART CLUB. 

Mary S. Garretson, Mrs. Chas. W. Gerwig, Correspond- 

First Vice-President. ing Secretary, 906 Cedar Avenue, 
Mary Bauer, Treasurer. N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Organized 1902. Annual meeting March; stated meetings last Wednes- 
day of each month. Fifty-eight members. 

PORTLAND SOCIETY OF ART. 

L. D. M. Sweat Memorial Art Museum, High and Spring Streets, 

Portland, Me. 

George F. Morse, President. John Howard Stevens, Librarian. 

John Calvin Stevens, Ouver P. T. Wish, 

First Vice-President. Secretary-Treasurer. 

Open daily except Sundays and Mondays 9:30 a. m. to 5:30 p. m.; 
Wednesdays and Saturdays, 9:30 a. m. to 9:30 p. m. 25 cents admission. 
Saturdays free. 

Organized 1882; building opened 1911. Annual meeting last Wednesday 
in January. Two hundred and seventy-eight members. A^ut 34,800 visitors 
during 1912. Gifts: 500 volumes; etchings and porcelains from Almira K. 
Hasty; Grolier Club collection of Whistler etchings from Charles Libby; 
Flemish tapestries and Mexican pottery from Curtis F. Perry. 



PORTLAND SOCIETY OF ARTS AND CRAFTS. 

Portland, Me. 

Jessie L. Thompson, . President. Mrs. Arthur H. Alexander, 
Mrs. Edward M. Stephens, Treasurer. 

Vice-President. Mrs. C. F. Tobie, . Corresponding 

Secretary, 264 State Street. 
Organized 1908. Annual meeting in March; stated meetings, second and 
fourth Thursdays of every month from October to April. Nineteen mem- 
bers. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Occasional exhibitions ; perma- 
nent salesroom. 

PORTLAND ARCHITECTURAL CLUB. 

Portland, Oregon. 

Joseph Jacobberger, President. John G. Wilson, . Treasurer. 

D. L. Williams, . Vice-President. J. A. Fouilhaux, . . Secretary. 

PORTLAND ART ASSOCIATION. 

Fifth and Taylor Streets. Portland, Oregon. 

T. L. EuoT, . . Vice-President. William M. Laod, . . Treasurer. 

Anna B. Crocker, Secretary and Curator. 

(For foundation see Vol. V, p. 244.) 
Open 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. ; Sundays and legal holidays, 2 to 5 p. m. Ad- 
mission free the afternoons of Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday 
and holidays; fee at other times 25 cents. 



166 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

(Portland, Ore, Art Association — Continued.) 

Organized 1892. Annual meeting second Monday in June; Board meet- 
ings second Monday of each month. Twenty-one exhibitions 1911-1912. About 
200 members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Lectures on architect- 
ure, sculpture and painting; art school maintained (see schools). Attendance 
18,706; 36 school classes as against 15 the previous year. Purchased "The 
Swell," by Paul Dougherty. 

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY ART MUSEUM. 

Princeton, New Jersey. 
Allan Marquand^ Director. 
Open free daily 9 a. m. to 1 p. m.; 2 to 6, and 8 to 10 p. m. Collections 
include Trumbull- Prime collection of pottery; Syrian collection of casts; Greek 
and Roman coins ; paintings and sculpture. Large library of art and architec- 
tural books. 



ANNMARY BROWN MEMORIAL. 

Providence, R. I. 
(For foundation see Vol. VI, p. 235.) 
Open free three days a week. Private collection of paintings and books 
belonging to General Rush Hawkins. 

NATIONAL LEAGUE OF HANDICRAFT SOCIETIES. 

Disbanded, 1912, and the affiliated societies incorporated into the Ameri- 
can Federation of Arts. 



PROVIDENCE ART CLUB. 

11 Thomas Street, Providence, R. I. 
H. Anthony Dyer, President. James A. Kinghorn, . Treasurer. 

Richard E. Lyman, Vice-President. George L. Cooke, . . Secretary. 

P. O. Box 813, Providence, R. I. 
(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 373.) 
Incorporated 1880. Annual meeting first Wednesday after Januarj' 1. 
500 members. Frequent entertainments and exhibitions. 



PROVIDENCE ATHENAEUM. 

Providence, R. L 
Stephen H. Arnold, President. Pardon S. Jastram, Secretary. 

Charles T. Dorrance, Treasurer. Joseph LeRoy Harrison, Librarian. 
(For foundation and description of art collection see Vol. I, p. 370.) 
Open daily, except Sundays and legal holidays, from June to September 
20, 9 a. m. to 6 :30 p. m. ; balance of the year 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Paintings in- 
cluding Malbone's miniature of "The Hours.** 

PROVIDENCE WATER COLOR CLUB. 

Sydney R. Burleigh, . President. Mrs. S. M. Pitman, Vice-President. 
W. Alden Brown, Secretary-Treasurer, City Engineer's Office, 

Providence, R. I. 
Organized 1896. Annual meeting last Monday in December; meetings 
last Monday of each month October to May. Annual supper and field day. 
Fifty-one members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Sixteenth an- 
nual exhibition at the Providence Art Club. February 27 to March 11, 1912. 



PROVIDENCE, RICHMOND 167 

RHODE ISLAND SCHOOL OF DESIGN. 

11 Waterman Street. Providence, R. I. 

Isaac C. Bates, . . . President. Stephen O. Metcalf, . Treasurer. 

Theodore F. Gseex, Vice-President. Howakd M. Rice, . Secretary. 

L. Easle Rowe^ Director. 
(For foundation see Vol I, p. 374.) 
Open July 1 to September 15, week days, 1 to 5 p. m. ; 2 to 5 on Sundays ; 
September 15 to July 1, 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. week days and 2 to 5 p. m. Sundays. 
Pendleton collection of furniture open 2 to 5 p. m. daily. Twenty-five cents 
admission Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; other days free. Galleries of 
paintings, casts, furniture^ textiles, jewelry and metal work, prints, ceramics; 
library. Quarterly Bulletin beginning January, 1913.. Sunday afternoon talks. 
Incorporated 1877. Annual meeting first Wednesday in June; Board 
meetings second Wednesday in October, January, April and June. Chapter, 
American Federation of Arts. Admissions during year ending June 1, 1912^ 
were 81,321; accessions about 150; 27 special exhibitions. (For details of 
instruction see schools.) 



RHODE ISLAND CHAPTER, A. I. A. 
Norman M. Isham, President. Wayland T. Robertson, Treasurer. 

Eleazer B. Homer, Vice-President. John Hutchins Cady, . Secretary, 

10 Weybosset St., Providence, R. I. 

Organized 1875. Annual meeting in September ; stated monthly meetings. 

Thirty-two members, of whom 15 are Institute members. Chapter, American 

Federation of Arts. Exhibition of Municipal Improvements held in October, 

1911, and October, 1912; occasional lectures. 

ART ASSOCIATION OF RICHMOND. 

Richmond, Ind. 
Mrs. M. F. Johnston, . President. F. S. Lamar, . . Treasurer. 

T. A. MoTT, . First Vice-President. Carrie C. Lesh, . . . Secretary. 

318 North Ninth Street, Richmond, Ind. 
Organized 1897. Annual meeting October. Three hundred members. 

ART CLUB OF RICHMOND. 

521 West Grace Street, Richmond, Va. 
James H. Dooley, . . President. Helen Lorraine, Treasurer. 

Harrie Webster, . Vice-President. Mrs. C. Irvine Clark, . Secretary, 

625 E. 31st Street. Richmond, Va. 

(For foundation sec Vol. VIII, p. 239.) 
Organized 1895. Annual meeting first Friday of November; quarterly 
meetings of the club ; Board meetings monthly. Clubrooms maintained. Two 
hundred and fifty members. (For educational work see list of schools.) 
Semi-annual exhibitions of students' work. Scholarships awarded to Penn- 
sylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, and to the New York School 
of Art. Fifteenth annual exhibition in Public Art Gallery, Oct. 2 to 28, 1911 ; 
Sixteenth, Oct. 7 to 27, 1912. 

VALENTINE MUSEUM. 

Richmond, Va. 

Edward V. Valentine, President. Granville C. Valentine, Treasurer. 

William Clayton Torrence, Secretary. 
(For foundation see Vol. IV, p. 243.) 
Open daily. Collection includes casts of sculpture, tapestries, engravings, 
illuminated manuscripts and Indian specimens. 



168 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

BEVIER MEMORIAL. 

Mechanics' Institute, Rochester, N. Y. 

Edmund Lyon, Chairman Bevier Memorial Committee. 
Frank von dbr Lancken, Superintendent, Bevier Building. 

(For foundation see Vol. VIII, p. 239.) 

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Building dedicated December 4, 1911, is the gift of Mrs. Susan Bevier, 
who also donated a maintenance fund. The Applied and Fine Arts Depart- 
ment of Mechanics' Institute is located in the building (see school reports). 
Objects of art and original designs are being purchased to form a technical 
art museum, primarily for students but open to the public; monthly loan ex- 
hibitions. 



MEMORIAL ART GALLERY. 
University of Rochester, Rochester, N. Y. 

Building being erected by Mrs. James S. Watson as a memorial to her 
son, James G. Averell; Qaude Bragdon, architect. To have permanent col- 
lection of ancient and modern paintings, also a sculpture gallery and library 
with a collection of prints and photographs and a lecture hall. 



ROCHESTER ART CLUB. 

George L. Hebdle, . . President. G. Han her Croughton, Treasurer. 
A. BucHTERKiRCH, Vice- President. A. W. Moore, Secretary. 

114 Adams Street, Rochester, N. Y. 

Organized 1875; incorporated 1882. Annual meeting first Tuesday in 
January; fortnightly meetings. Two hundred and forty-three members. 
Chapter, American Federation of Arts. September 14 to 28, 1912 — Twenty- 
ninth annual exhibition held at Exposition Park simultaneously with Indus- 
trial Exposition. 



AMERICAN ACADEMY IN ROME. 
Villa Aurelia, Via (^ribaldi, Rome, Italy. 

Wm. Rutherford Mead, President. Jesse Benedict Caster, 
Theodore N. Ely, . Vice-President. Director of Academy and of 

WiLUAM A. Boring, Treasurer. School of Qassical Studies. 

C. Grant LaFarge, . . Secretary. (}orham P. Stevens, 
25 East 26th St., New York, N. Y. Director School of Fine Arts. 

(For foundation see Vol. II, p. 38; Vol. V, p. 252.) 

Organized 1894; incorporated 1905; consolidated with the School of 
Classical Studies 1911. Annual meeting, second Tuesday in February. Com- 
petitive scholarships awarded in painting, sculpture and architecture consist- 
ing of $1,000 annually for three years and requiring the recipient to reside at 
the Academy's home in Rome and work under the Director's guidance. Appli- 
cation must be made to the secretary before April 1 of each year. Winners 
of scholarships in 1912: Architecture, Kenneth E. (Carpenter, of Boston; 
sculpture, John Gregory, of New York; and painting, Eugene F. Savage, of 
Chicago. 

Property adjoining the Villa Aurelia (Heyland-Jessup bequest) was 
secured through the generosity of J. Pierpont Morgan, who, on July 4, 1912, 
turned the first sod for the construction of the new building to contain studios 
and students' living quarters. 



ROCKFORD, SAINT LOUIS IGl) 

ROCKFORD ARTS AND CRAFTS SOCIETY. 

North Main Street, Rockford, 111. 
Bertram Smith, President. Frances Walker, . . Treasurer. 

Miss E. A. Coy, . Vice-President Georgie Somers, Secretary. 

970 N. Church Street, Rockford, 111. 
Organized 1905. Annual meeting last Monday in October; stated meet- 
ings first Monday in every month. Thirty members. Chapter, American 
Federation of Arts. 



CALIFORNIA MUSEUM ASSOCIATION. 

Crocker Art Gallery, Sacramento, Cal. 

M. R. Beard Mayor. H. Weinstock, Vice-President. 

J. A. Woodson, . . . President. W. F. Jackson, 

Curator and Secretary. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 377.) 

Open free daily except Saturday and Sunday October 1 to April 1, 10 

a. m. to 4 p. m. ; April 1 to October 1, to 5 p. m. ; Saturday 10 a. m. to 12 m. ; 

Sundays, 1 to 4 p. m. Crocker Gallery is city property and is managed by the 

Association. 



KINGSLEY ART CLUB. 
Sacramento, Cal. 
Occasional exhibitions. 



SAGINAW ART CLUB. 

415}^ Court Street, Saginaw, West Side, Mich. 

Mrs. Luella J. Brooks, President. Julia Morgan, . . . Treasurer. 

Mrs. Clara Saxton Cook, Mrs. Lottie H. Connery, Secretary. 

Vice-President 
(For foundation sec Vol. VIII, p. 211.) 
Organized 1886; incorporated 1897. Annual meeting third Wednesday in 
April. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 



SAINT JOHNSBURY ATHENAEUM. 

Saint Johnsbury, Vt. 
Edward T. Fairbanks, Librarian and Director. 
Open free daily 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. ; Sundays 2 to 5 p. m. The institution 
comprises a public library, art gallery, lecture hall and reading room. Gal- 
lery contains about sixty works of art. Art library includes many rare and 
standard works. 



CIVIC LEAGUE OF SAINT LOUIS. 

911 Locust Street, Saint Louis, Mo. 

Charles A. Stix, . . President. Roger N. Baldwin, . . Secretary. 

Fine Arts Committee. 
Louis E. LaBaume, Architect. Edmund H. Wuerpel, Painter. 

WiLUAM B. Ittner. Architect. Orick Johns, .... Writer. 

George J. Zolnay, . . Sculptor. Mrs. Everitt W. Pattison, Writer. 
Absorbed in May, 1912, the then recently organized Municipal Art 
League and took over its function of conducting competitions for public art 
work. Exhibition of local art and architecture held at the Public Library in 
May, 1912. Ordinance has been drafted for creation of a Municipal Art 
Commission. 



170 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

CITY ART MUSEUM. 

Forest Park. Saint Louis, Mo. 

WnxiAM K. BiXBY, President. William H. Lee, Vice-President. 

Robert A. Holland, Director. 
Madeleine Borggraefe, Secretary. F. E. A. Cukley, . . . Curator. 

(For foundation see Vol. VIII, p. 242.) 
Open, free, daily, including Sundays, 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. ; May to Septem- 
ber to 6 p. m. Permanent collection of paintings, sculpture, casts, art objects. 
Organized 1879; reorganized 1909. Supported by city tax; the only mu- 
nicipal art museum in the United States. Annual report to Municipal Assem- 
bly in April ; meetings of Directors second Tuesday of each month. Chapter, 
American Federation of Art. Fifteen exhibitions held during 1911-1912; at- 
tendance 114,139. Gifts include 44 etchings by James D. Smillie from the 
artist's sons; 33 pieces of pottery by Laura A. Fry from the artist; Ezra H. 
Linley bequest of paintings, ceramics, Greek vases, etc.; Halsey C. Ives be- 
quest of bronzes, books and pictures; purchases include three paintings by 
Sorolla and 172 pieces of porcelain by Taxile Doat. Robert A. Holland, who 
had been Acting Director since the death of Halsey C. Ives in 1911, was 
elected Director in January, 1913. 



SAINT LOUIS ARCHITECTURAL CLUB. 

514 Culver Way, Saint Louis, Mo. 
John J. Roth, . . . President. R. W. Maxton, . . . Treasurer. 
W. W. Meyers, First Vice-President. Roy O. Chaffee, . . Secretary. 

408 Board of Education Building. 

Annual meeting first Thursday in April; stated meetings first and third 

Thursdays of each month. Two hundred members. Member, Architectural 

League of America. 

SAINT LOUIS ARTISTS' GUILD. 

Union and Von Versen Avenues, St. Louis, Mo. 
Holmes Smith, . . . President. Dawson Watson, . . Secretary. 

Mrs. Hudson E. Bridge, Treasurer. 
(For foundation see Vol. V, p. 253.) 
Organized 1904. Meetings first and third Saturdays of each month. Fre- 
quent exhibitions by local artists. 

SAINT LOUIS CHAPTER, A. I. A. 
E. C. Klipstein, . . . President E. S. Klein, .... Treasurer. 
G. F. A. Brueggeman, Vice-President. William H. Gruen, Secretary. 

Suite 1101-2 Chemical Building, 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Organized 1890. Annual meeting last Tuesday in September; stated 
meetings last Tuesday of each month. Fifty-seven members, of whom 29 
are Institute members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Competition 
for the Missouri State Capitol Building brought under the code of competi- 
tions of the American Institute of Architects. 

SAINT LOUIS SOCIETY OF ARTISTS. 

Edgar J. Bissell, . . President. Albert C. Meyer, . Vice-President. 

Arthur Mitchell, Corresponding and Financial Secretary. 

4211 Castleman Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

TWO-BY-FOUR SOCIETY. 

A group of sixteen active artists organized for mutual help; exhibitions 
held at City Museum. 



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WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY ARCHITECTURAL 

SOCIETY. 

Washington University, St. Louis, Mo. 
Charles Druky, . . . President. R. W. Rainey, Vice-President 

R. P. Wallace, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Annual meeting last Friday in May; stated meetings last Friday in each 
month. Member, Architectural League of America. 

SAINT PAUL INSTITUTE. 

Auditorium Building, Saint Paul, Minn. 
Charles W. Ames, . . President. William A. Miller, . Treasurer. 
Chas. W. Gordon, Arthur Sweeney, . . Secretary. 

First Vice-President. 

W. Siwart-Smit, Chairman Art Committee. 
(For foundation see Vol. VIII, p. 245.) 
Organized 1907; incorporated 1908. Annual election of trustees January; 
annual election of officers May. About 900 members. An art school main- 
tained. (See list of schools.) Lectures and other entertainments. 

FINE AND INDUSTRIAL ART SECTTION. 
Ellen Wheelock, . . Chairman. Mrs. K. S. Loomis, Vice-Chairman. 

Elizabeth B. Bonta, Secretary. 
Annual meeting March. Monthly meetings at which informal exhibits 
and lectures were given. 

PROFESSIONAL ART SECTION. 
T. H. LiNDBERG, . . . Chairman. Henry Carling, . Vice- Chairman. 

H. M. Teipel, Secretary. 
Regular monthly meetings. Exhibitions. 

ART GALLERY. 
Open free daily, 10 a. m. to 5 p. m.; Sundays, 2 to 6 p. m. Collections 
of paintings and sculpture. Exhibitions. 



SAINT PAUL MANUAL ARTS ASSOCIATION. 

Saint Paul, Minn. 
T. H. Harnsberger, . . President. I. S. Fuller, .... Secretary, 

Humboldt High School. 
Meetings the first Wednesday of each school month. 

ART LEAGUE OF SAN ANTONIO. 

Carnegie Library, San Antonio, Texas. 
William L. Herff, . . President. Mrs. E. S. Maury, . . Treasurer. 

Mrs. J. NoYES-EvANs, Secretary. 
Purchased from circular exhibition, 1912, "Sun and Mist," by Charlotte 
Coman. 



ESSEX INSTITUTE. 

132 Essex Street, Salem, Mass. 

Franqs Henry Appleton, President. George Franos Dow, 

WiLUAii O. Chapman, Treasurer. Secretary and Curator of Museum. 

Ross S. Turner, . Curator of Art. Alice G. Waters, . . . Librarian 

Alice G. Waters, Librarian. 
(See Vol. Vni, p. 249.) 
Museum and library open free daily. 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. ; Sundays, 2 to 6 
p. m. Annual meeting May. Large collection of antique furniture; paintings, 
miniatures, engravings, etc. 



172 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

MEMORIAL MUSEUM. 

Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, Cal. 

PARK COMMISSIONERS. 

Hon. p. H. McCarthy, President William H. Bemiss, 
William H. Metson, Wiu-iam K. Gutzkow, 

M. Earl Cummings, Andrew C. McCarthy. 

George Haviland Baron, Curator. 

Open daily free 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Organized 1895. . Weekly Board 
meetings. Special collections : California pioneers, local art, juvenile, Colonial, 
musical instrument. 



PANAMA-PACIFIC EXPOSITION. 
San Francisco, Cal. 

John E. D. Trask, Director of Art Department. 
Karl Bitter, Director of Sculpture. Jules Guerin, . Director of Color. 
Exposition in 1915. Art Building to be permanent and to be used later 
as a Municipal Art Gallery. 

SAN FRANCISCO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB. 

126 Post Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Ernest H. Hilderbrand, President. Albert H. Lapachet, . Treasurer. 
Tobias Bsarwald, . Vice-President. John G. Drescher, . . Secretary. 

Organized 1901. Annual meeting first Wednesday in January; stated 
meetings first Wednesday of each month. Two hundred members. Qasses 
are conducted; large atelier room; library; lectures and annual exhibition. 



SAN FRANCISCO CHAPTER, A. I. A. 

San Francisco, Cal. 
William Mooser, . . President. George B. McDougall, V.- President. 
Sylvain Schnaittacher, Secretary-Treasurer, First National Bank Building. 

Organized 1881. Annual meeting third Thursday in October; meetings 
third Thursday of each month. One hundred and thirty-seven members, of 
whom 30 are Institute members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 

SAN FRANCISCO INSTITUTE OF ART. 

SAN FRANCISCO ART ASSOCIATION. 

Corner California and Mason Streets, San Francisco, Cal. 

Vanderlynn Stow, . . President John I. Walter, . . Treasurer. 
JosiAH R. Howell, First Vice-Pres. Henry Hyman, . . . Secretary. 

Robert H. Fletcher, Director. 

Open daily except Sunday 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. On Tuesdays and Saturdays 
free admission ; other days, 25 cents fee. 

Organized 1872; incorporated 1889. Annual meeting second Tuesday in 
June; Board meetings fourth Tuesday in each month. Chapter, American 
Federation of Arts. Special exhibitions. 



SKETCH CLUB. 
220 Post Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Blanche Letcher, . . President. Mrs. J. A. MacKenz\e, . Treasurer. 
Bertha Bove, . . Vice-President. Mrs. Covington Johnson, Cor. Sec. 

Annual meeting in May. A comprehensive circulating library. Frequent 
exhibitions. 



SAVANNAH, SEDALIA 173 

TELFAIR ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES. 

Savannah, Ga. 

A. R. Lawton, . . . President. G. J. Baldwin, First Vice-President. 
William Harden, Otis Ash more. 

Treasurer and Librarian. Corresponding Secretary. 
(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 398.) 
Organized 1883. Open daily, 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. ; Sundays 3 to 5 p. m. ; ad- 
mission 25 cents. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Large collection 
of casts from Greek sculpture; collection of paintings being increased. Ex- 
hibitions. 

SEATTLE FINE ARTS SOCIETY. 

424 Boston Block, Seattle, Washington. 

Carl F. Gould, . . . President. Charles H. Alden, . . Treasurer. 
Mrs. Reginald H. Parsons, Helen L. Vilas, Secretary. 

First Vice-President. 133 Sixteenth Avenue, North, 

Seattle, Wash. 
Organized 1907. Regular meetings the first Saturday evening of each 
month; exhibitions. About 150 members. 



SEATTLE PUBLIC LIBRARY. 
Seattle, Washington. 

Judson T. Jennings, Librarian. Annie H. Calhoun, 

Head of Art Department. 

Art Department opened 1907. Contains 4,876 volumes and 3,140 pictures 
and a few etchings and engravings. Special exhibitions. 

SOCIETY OF SEATTLE ARTISTS. 

Jessie Fisken, . . . President. Leona Blackwell, . . Secretary. 

Hotel Lincoln, Seattle, Wash. 

Meets five mornings a week to work from life. 

WASHINGTON STATE ART ASSOCIATION. 

Museum of Arts and Sciences and Auditorium, Fifth Avenue, near 

Union, Seattle, Washington. 

J. E. Chilberg, . . . President. James W. McBurney, . Treasurer. 
Mark A. Matthews, Vice-President. George L. Berg, Secretary-Director. 

J. Louis Charbneau, Curator. 

(For foundation see Vol. VIII, p. 263.) 
Open free Wednesdays, Saturdays and holidays 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. ; Sun- 
days 1 to 5 p. m. Other days small fee. New galleries opened February 
6, 1912, with a loan collection of oil paintings. A permanent Museum-Audi- 
torium building is in course of construction. 

Incorporated 1906. Annual meeting in December. Nearly 2,600 mem- 
bers throughout the State; the members are organized in: Everett, Belling- 
ham, Aberdeen, Hoquiam, Chehalis, and North Yakima. Chapter, American 
Federation of Arts. Permanent exhibition and loan collection of oil paintings. 



SEDALIA PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Sedalia, Mo. 
Mary Lytle, Librarian. 

Art gallery open 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. ; contains about 140 photographs of 
works of art. About 220 books on art and 1,500 prints. 



174 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

CARNEGIE PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Shelb3rville, Ind. 
Ida a. Lewis, Librarian. 
Nucleus of an art gallery. 



SILVERMINE GROUP OF ARTISTS. 

Silvermine, Norwalk, Conn. 

Addison T. Millak, . . President. William A. Boring, . Treasurer. 

Mrs. Emma Vignal Borglum, Secretary, Norwalk, Conn. 

Organized 1907. Annual meeting second Sunday of September ; meetings 

every Sunday morning during the summer; 15 members. Annual exhibition 

in August. 

SOUTHAMPTON ART MUSEUM. 
Southampton, Long Island, N. Y. 
(For description see Vol I, p. 233.) 
Established 1897. Open free May 1 to November 1. Contains early 
Italian paintings, plaster casts and a reading room. Private gallery of Sam- 
uel L. rarrish. 



POLAND SPRING ART EXHIBITION. 
Maine State Building, South Poland, Me. 
Nettie M. Ricker, Director. 
(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 368.) 
Exhibition of American paintings from June to October. Gallery open 
week days 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. ; Sundays 10 a. m. to 8.30 p. m. Permanent col- 
lection contains about twenty-seven works; annual purchase fund of $1,000. 
Eighteenth annual exhibition June to October, 1912. 

SOUTHERN DRAWING TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. 
EuzABETH M. Gbtz, . President Sarah Logan Rogers, 

Secretary and Treasurer, 
Louisville, Ky. 
Annual meeting in December. 



PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Spartanburg S. C. 
1912 purchase : "Girl with Red Hair,'* by Robert Henri. 

ART MUSEUM. 

City Library Association, State Street, Springfield, Mass. 
Geokgb Waltee Vincent Smith, Eleanor A. Wade, 

Director. Assistant Curator. 

(For foundation sec Vol. II, p. 41.) 

Open free week days, 2 to 6 p. m., March 21 to September 21 ; 1 to 5 p. m., 

September 22 to March 20. Smith collection of paintings, water colors^ 

black and white drawings, arms and armor, antique furniture, cloisonne and 

Limoges enamels, etc. Hall of Sculpture contains casts and some originals. 

STOCKBRIDGE, MASS. 
Edward L. Morse, Secretary. 
Fourth annual exhibition of paintings and sculpture held at the Stock- 
bridge Casino, September 11 to 18, 1912. 



SYRACUSE, TENNESSEE 175 

GRADUATE PAINTERS' CLUB. 

Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Mrs. Hendrick S. Holden, President. 



SYRACUSE FRIENDS OF AMERICAN ART. 
Museum of Fine Arts, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Organized 1911. About 150 members who subscribe $25 a year each to 
purchase paintings by American artists to be presented to the Syracuse Mu- 
seum of Fine Arts. 



SYRACUSE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS. 

Carnegie Library Building, Syracuse, N. Y. 

George G. Fryer, . . President. James Barnes, . . . Treasurer. 
Giles H. Stilwell, Vice-President. Fernando A. Carter, 

Secretary and Director. 
(For foundation see Vol. IV, p. 254.) 

Open free week days 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.; Saturdays 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.; 
Sundays 2 to 6 p. m. 

Chartered 1900. Annual meeting first Monday of each year; regular 
meetings third Monday of January, February and November. Bulletin pub- 
lished. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Annual income from city 
$7,500. Annual fund of about $3,500 provided by "The Syracuse Friends of 
American Art" for the purchase of American paintings. Frequent exhibi- 
tions; average daily attendance of 150 in 1912. 



FERRY MUSEUM. 
Court House, Tacoma, Wash. 

R. L. McCoRMiCK, . . President. W. H. Gilstrap, 

Secretary and Curator. 

Organized 1895. Contains collections of marbles and antiques; also 
Alaskan, Indian and Oriental curios. 



TACOMA ARCHITECTURAL CLUB. 
Frxdirick Hkath, President, Savage-Scofield Building, Tacoma, Wash. 



STUDENTS' ART CLUB. 
Tampa, Fla. 

Mis. A. C. Lbwis, . . President Mrs. L. V. Spencer, 
Mis. John C. Martin, .Treasurer. Mrs. Walter Ettis, Vice-Presidents. 
Mrs. Pauunb B. Hazen, Secretary, 1557 Franklin Street, Tampa, Fla. 

Organized 1902. Annual meeting June; stated meetings second and 
fourth Thursdays of each month. Forty-two members. Chapter, American 
Federation of Arts. Exhibitions. 



MIDDLE TENNESSEE EDUCATION ASSOCIATION. 

ART AND MANUAL TRAINING SECTION. 

A. C Webb, .... Chairman. Carrie E. Smith, . . Secretary, 

Columbus, Tenn. 
Annual meeting April. 



176 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

EMELINE FAIRBANKS MEMORIAL LIBRARY. 

Terre Haute, Ind. 
Mrs. Salue C. Hughes, Librarian. 

Seven exhibitions in 1911-1912. About 700 books on art; 1,000 photo- 
graphs, and 1,000 prints from magazines. 



TERRE HAUTE ART ASSOCIATION. 
Lewis J. Cox, President, Terre Haute, Ind. 

Third annual exhibition April 16 to 29, 1912. 



TEXAS TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. 
INDUSTRIAL ART SECTION. 

W. B. BizzEL^ President, College of Industrial Arts. Denton, Tex. 
Meetings in December. 

TOLEDO FEDERATION OF WOMENS' CLUBS. 

ART DEPARTMENT, 
Museum of Art, Toledo, O. 
Meetings first Wednesday of each month at the Museum, where Mrs.' 
Stevens gives a talk. 

TOLEDO MUSEUM OF ART. 

Toledo, Ohio. 

Edward D. Libbey^ President. 

William Hardee, . Vice-President, George W. Stevens, . . Director. 

Isaac E. Knisely, . . Treasurer. Almon C. Whiting, . . Curator. 

Charles A. Schmettau, Secretary. Grace E. Worts, . . Librarian. 

(For foundation see Vol. IV, p. 255.) 
Open week days, 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. ; Wednesday evenings 7.30 to 10; 
Sundays, 1 to 5 p. m. Free on Sundays ; other times, 25 cents for adults and 
10 cents for children. 

Organized 1901. Annual meeting second Wednesday in January. New 
Museum, designed by Green & Wicks and H. W. Wachter, was opened 
January 7, 1912, with an exhibition of foreign and American works, includ- 
ing a meniorial collection of twenty-five paintings by Jozef Israels Col- 
lections: RtmibuU loan collection; contemporary American art. Maurice A. 
Scott gallery of paintings by American artists was founded by Mrs. E. D. 
Libbcy during 1912. Donation of $16,000 was received from Winthrop G. 
Perry of Connecticut. Accessions in 1912 numbered nearly 1,500, including 
32 paintings; attendance 121,351; 32 special exhibitions; 27 lectures. 



TOLEDO TILE CLL'B. 
Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio. 
Irving Squire, . . . President. Thomas Shrewsbury Parkhurst, 

Secretary. 
Meetings every Tuesday evening October to June. Classes in drawing 
from life and cast. Membership limit 20. Annual exhibition in March. 



SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ARTS. 

Kelsey Memorial Building, Trenton, New Jersey. 
Frank Forrest Frederick^ Director. 
Building erected 1910. Valuable collections of ceramics. Current exhi- 
bitions of paintings and handicrafts. (For instruction see schools.) 



URBAN A, WASHINGTON STATE 111 

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS ARCHITECTURAL CLUB. 

Champaign and Urbana, 111. 
LoRENTz Schmidt, . . President. R. C. Kirch hoff, . . Treasurer. 
N. C. SoRENSEN, . Vice-President. C. F. Boucher, . . . Secretary. 
Semi-annual meetings second week in October and March; weekly meet- 
ings with lectures; occasional competitions; Year Book published. Member, 
Architectural League of America. 

PEN AND BRUSH CLUB. 

University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. 
Sketch class, lecture and exhibition for members monthly; semi-annual 
public exhibition. Two drawings required from each member every month. 



UTAH ART INSTITUTE. 

Edwin Evans, . . . President. R. R. Irvine, . . Vice-President. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Bonnemart, Secretary-Treasurer, 

Brigham Street, Salt Lake City. 

(For foundation see Vol. II, p. 39.) 

Annual exhibitions in different parts of the state. 



UTICA PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Utica, N. Y. 
C. M. Underbill^ Librarian. 
Gallery open 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.. 1,554 books on the fine and applied arts. 
Income of small fund, belonging originally to Utica Art Association (now 
dissolved), used for art work. Six exhibitions in 1912. 



VINCENNES ART ASSOCIATION. 

Mrs. Charles Bierhaus^ President. J. Gimbel Treasurer. 

C. B. Kessinger, Lena M. Robinson, 

First Vice-President. Corresponding Secretary. 

815 Busseron St., Vincennes, Ind. 
Organized 1907 ; incorporated 1910. About 800 members. 
Sixth annual exhibition June 6 to 20, 1912, in the High School Building. 



WACO ART LEAGUE. 

Mrs. G. B. Foscue, . . President. Mrs. Abernathy, . . Treasurer. 
Mrs. William Edmond, Mrs. C. H. Lindsey, 

Vice-President. Corresponding Secretary, 

1301 Columbus St., Waco, Texas. 
Organized 1899. Annual meeting first Friday in May; stated meetings 
first Friday in each month. Twenty-five members. Chapter, American Fed- 
eration of Arts. Exhibitions. 



WASHINGTON STATE CHAPTER, A. I. A. 

David J, Myers^ . . . President. C. H. Allen, Secretary-Treasurer. 

Crary Building, Seattle, Wash. 
Organized 1894. Forty-nine members, of whom 12 are Institute members. 



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AMERICAN CIVIC ASSOCIATION. 
914 Union Trust Building. Washington. D. C. 

J. Horace McFabland^ Harrisburg, Wiluam B. Howland, New York, 

President Treasurer. 

John Nolan^ Cambridge, Richard B. Watrous, Washington, 

First Vice-President Secretary. 

(For foundation see Vol. V, p. 280.) 

Annual conventions in December. Membership of about 500 societies. 
Chapter, American Federation of Arts. Work carried on by committees. 
Seventh annual convention held at Washington, D. C, December 13 to 15, 
1911. Frequent pamphlets on City Planning, etc. 



AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS. 

The Octagon, Washington, D. C. 

Walter Cook, . ... President. Frank C. Baldwin, 
R. Clipston Sturgis, Second Vice-President. 

First Vice-President, Glenn Brown, 

Secretary and Treasurer. 

(For history see Vol. VIII, p. 278.) 

Organized 1857. One thousand and seven members. Forty-fifth Annual 
Convention held at Washington, D. C, December 12-14, 1911; the Institute 
gold medal was presented to George B. Post, of New York. The forty-sixth 
Convention was held in Washington, December 10-12, 1912. A resume of 
proceedings has been published. Journal of the Institute published monthly 
beginning January, 1913. 

chapters and state associations. 
With Date of Foundation, Name and Address of Secretary. 

Atlanta, 1906 — E. C. Wachendorff, Empire Building, Atlanta. 

Baltimore, 1870— Thomas C. Kennedy, 211 N. Calvert Street, Baltimore. 

Boston, 1870 — Chas. N. Cogswell, Old South Building, Boston. 

Brooklyn, 1894 — ^J. Theodore Hanemann, 103 Park Avenue, New York, N. Y. 

Buffalo, 1890— Ellicott R. Colson, 35 Dun Building. 

California, Southern, 1894— Femand Parmentier, Byrne Building, Los An- 
geles, Cal. 

Cincinnati, 1870 — John Zettel, Johnston Building. 

Cleveland, 1890 — G. B. Bohm, Williamson Building. 

Colorado, 1892 — Arthur A. Fisher, Railway Exchange Building, Denver. 

Connecticut, 1902 — Louis A. Walsh, Waterbury. 

Dayton, 1899 — Harry J. Williams, Arcade Building. 

Illinois, 1869 — Henry W. Tomlinson, 64 E. Van Buren Street, Chicago. 

Indiana, 1910— Herbert W. Foltz, 1108 Pythian Building, Indianapolis. 

Iowa, 1903— Eugene H. Taylor, 222 Third Street, Cedar Rapids. . 

Kansas City, 1890 — Chas. H. Payson, Scarritt Building. 

Louisiana, 1910 — M. H. Goldstein, Perrin Building, New Orleans. 

Louisville, 1908 — Val. P. Collins, Paul Jones Building. 

Michigan, 1887 — Marcus R. Burrowes, 701 Trussed Concrete Building, Detroit. 

Minnesota, 1892 — Edwin H. Brown, 716 Fourth Avenue, So., Minneapolis. 

New Jersey, 1900 — Chas. P. Baldwin, 45 Clinton Street, Newark, N. J. 

New York, Central, 1887 — F. W. Revels, Syracuse University, Syracuse. 

New York, 1867 — Egerton Swartwout, 244 Fifth Avenue, New York. 

Oregon, 1911— Harrison A. Whitney, 1213 Wilcox Building, Portland, Ore. 

Pennsylvania State Association, 1909— Richard Hooker, Farmers' Bank Build- 
ing, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pennsylvania, Southern, 1909 — M. I. Kast, 222 Market Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 



WASHINGTON 179 

Philadelphia, 1869— Horace Wells Sellers, 1307 Stephen Girard Building. 
Pittsburgh, 1891 — ^Richard Hooker, Farmers' Bank Building, Pittsburgh. 
Rhode Island, 1875— John Hutchins Cady, 10 Weybosset Street, Providence. 
St Lx>uis, 1890 — William H. Gruen, Chemical Building, St Louis. 
San Francisco, 1881 — Sylvain Schnaittacher, First National Bank Building. 
Washington State, 1894--Charles H. Alden, Crary Building, Seattle. 
Washington, D. C, 1887— Ward Brown, 1725 H Street, N. W. 
Wisconsin, 1911 — Henry J. Rotier, 813 Goldsmith Building, Milwaukee. 
Worcester, 1892— Lucius W. Briggs, 314 Main Street 



ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. 

1741 New York Avenue, N. W., Washington, D. C. 
Hasry Langfosd Wilson, President Wiluam King, . . . .Treasurer. 

Mitchell Caksoll, General Secretary. 
(For foundation see Vol. VIII, p. 274.) 
Organized 1879; incorporated 1906. Annual council meeting during the 
Christmas holidays. . Membership composed of 61 societies. Members en- 
titled to the Journal and Bulletin, and all lecture privileges. Regular meet- 
ings for lectures; four lecture circuits maintained. Chapter, American Fed- 
eration of Arts. 

AFFILIATED SOCIETIES OF THE INSTITUTE, 

With Date When Established and Secretary. 

Baltimore Society, 1884 — Ralph Van Deman Magoffin, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, Baltimore, Md. 

Boston Society, 1879 — Ernest Jackson, 883 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. 

Buffalo Society, 1910 — ^John D. Lanard, 351 Linwood Avenue, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Canada — Branches at Calgary, Edmonton, Halifax. Hamilton, Montreal^ 
Ottawa, Quebec, Saint John, Toronto, Vancouver, Victoria, Winnipeg. 

Chicago Society, 1889 — Frank B. Tarbell, University of Chicago. Chicago, IlL 

Cincinnati Society, 1905-^William T. Semple, University of Cincinnati, Cin- 
cinnati, O. 

Cleveland Society, 1895^Harold N. Fowler, 2033 Cornell Road, Cleveland. O. 

Colorado Springs Branch, Colorado State Society, 1912 — George M. Howe, 
Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Colo. 

Colorado State Society, 1904 — Anna L. Wolcott, 1331 East Fourteenth Ave- 
nue, Denver, Colo. 

Connecticut Society, 1898 — Albert T. Clay, 401 Humphrey Street, New Haven, 
Conn. 

Denver Branch, Colorado Society, 1904 — Frank L. Woodward, 1357 Williams 
Street, Denver, Colo. 

Detroit Society, 1889 — Grace D. Guest, The Liggett School, Detroit, Mich. 

Hartford Society, 1911 — ^Lewis B. Pa ton, 50 Forest Street, Hartford, Conn. . 

Iowa Society, 1902 — Charles H. Weller, State University of Iowa, Iowa City, 
Iowa. 

Kansas City Society, 1906 — Howard E. Huselton, Junction Building, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Kansas State Society, 1910 — Dr. Irene Nye, Washburn College, Topeka, 
Kansas. 

Los Angeles Society, 1904 — Hector Alliot, Hamburger Building, Los Angeles, 
Cal. 

Minnesota Society, 1910 — Minneapolis Branch and St. Paul Branch. 

Minneapolis Branch, Minnesota Society — Charles A. Savage, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Nashville Society, 1912— H. C. Tolman, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, 
Tenn. 



180 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

(Archaeological Institute — Continued.) 

New Jersey Society, 1908 — Charles R. Morey, Princeton University. Prince- 
ton, N. J. 

New York Society, 1884— Allan P. Ball, College of the City of New York, 
New York, N. Y. 

Pennsylvania Society, 1889 — George A. Barton, Bryn Mawr College, Bryn 
Mawr, Pa. 

Pittsburgh Society, 1903— J. B. Hench, 5524 Kentucky Avenue. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Portland Society, 1909— J. A. Fouilhoux, 809-813 Wilcox Building, Portland, 
Ore. 

Pueblo Branch, Colorado State Society, 1912— Mrs. W. H. Baker, 412 Broad- 
way, Pueblo, Col. 

Rhode Island Society, 1908 — Earl L. Rowe, Rhode Island School of Design, 
Providence, R. I. 

Richmond Society, 1912 — W. A. Harris, Richmond College, Richmond, Va. 

Rochester Society, 1906 — M. D. Gray, East High School, Rochester, N. Y. 

St. Louis Society, 1906 — F. W. Shipley, Washington University, St. Louis, Mo. 

St. Paul Branch, Minnesota Society — Mrs. George R. Metcalf, The Aber- 
deen, St. Paul, Minn. 

San Diego Society, 1912 — E. O. Tilburne, Panama-California Exposition, San 
Diego, Cal. 

San Francisco Society, 1906 — Victor H. Henderson, University of California, 
Berkeley, Cal. 

Seattle Branch, Washington State Society, 1906 — W. A. Mears, Chamber 
of Commerce, Seattle, Wash. 

Syracuse Society, 1911 — P. O. Place, Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Utah Society, 1906 — Byron Cummings, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, 
Utah. 

Walla Walla Branch, Washington State Society, 1906 — Louis F. Anderson, 
364 Boyer Avenue, Walla Walla, Wash. 

Washington Society, 1902 — Mitchell Carroll, The Octjigon, Washington D. C. 

Washington State Society, 1906 — Frank H. Lord, University Club, Seattle, 
Wash. 

Wisconsin Society, 1889 — George C. Fiske, 628 Mendota Court, Madison, 
Wis. 



ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE OF AMERICA. 

1517 H Street, N. W.. Washington, D. C 
Emil Lorch, .... President Adolph Eisen, Treasurer. 

Ernest Wilby, Vice-President. H. S. McAluster, . . Secretary. 

Organized 1899. Scholarships offered by Harvard and Washington Uni- 
versities. Chairman of the Scholarship Committee : Emil Lorch, Ann Arbor, 
Michigan. 

CONSTITUENT CLUBS AND THEIR SECRETARIES. 

Boston — Architectural Club, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, H. A. 
Angell, 47 St. Botolph Street. 

Boston — Boston Architectural Club, W. S. Parker, 120 Bo]^lston Street. 

Cambridge — Topiarian Club of Harvard University, Irvin J. McCrarv 2 
Divinity Hall. 

Chicago — Cfhicago Architectural Club, Roy A. Lippencott, 39 West Adams 
Street. 

Cleveland — Cleveland Architectural Club, L. Fewsmith, Jr., 610 Chamber of 
Commerce Building. 

Columbus — Architectural Club, Ohio State University. 

Detroit — Detroit Architectural Club, Francis C. Karpp, 310 Hammond Build- 
ing. 



WASHINGTON 181 

Ithaca — Gargoyle Club of Cornell University, William H. Smith, College of 
Architecture. 

New York — National Society of Mural Painters, W. Laurel Harris, 423 West 
Fifty-ninth Street. 

Philadelphia— T Square Club, E. P. Bissell, 1204 Chancellor Street. 

Pittsburgh — Pittsburgh Architectural Club, E. W. Boyer, 819 Maryland Ave- 
nue. 

St. Louis — Architectural Society of Washington University, R. P. Wallace. 

St. Louis — St. Louis Architectural Club, W. W. Meyers, 514 Culver Way. 

Toronto — Toronto Architectural Society, R. H. McGriffin, 59 Yon^e Street. 

Urbana — Architectural Club, C. F. Boucher, University of Illinois. 

Washington — Washington Architectural Club, William B. Cash, 1517 H 
Street, N. W. 

CORCORAN GALLERY OF ART. 

New York Avenue, Washington, D. C. 

Charles C. Glover, Frederick B. McGuire, 

President and Treasurer. Secretary and Director. 

William Corcoran Eustis, C. Powell Minnigerode, 

Vice-President. Assistant Director. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 405.) 

Open Sundays, 1 :30 to 4 :30 p. m. ; Mondays, 12 to 4 p. m. ; Tuesdays, Wed- 
nesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays, 9 sl. m. to 4 p. m. Admission free 
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays ; other days, 25 cents fee. Gal- 
lery closed during July and August. Permanent collection of paintings and 
sculpture. Frequent special exhibitions in the Hemicycle, free, weekdays, 9 :30 
a. m. to 4 p. m. ; Sundays, 1 to 4 p. m., and Friday evenings 8 to 10. 

Organized 1869. Annual meeting third Monday in January; Board meet- 
ings third Mondays in January, April, June and November. Chapter, Ameri- 
can Federation of Arts. 1912 purchases : "The Boudoir,*' by Richard E. Miller ; 
"After an April Shower," by Charles Morris Young, and "The Fisherman's 
Wife," by Oiarles W. Hawthorne. (See frontispiece). Eight exhibitions. 
Fourth exhibition of contemporary American paintings December 17, 1912, 
to January 26, 1913. 

FEDERAL COMMISSION OF FINE ARTS. 

Daniel C. French, Chairman. 

Fredekick Law Olmstead, Cass Gilbert, 

Thomas Hastings, Charles Moore, 

Edwin H. Blashfield, Peirce An person. 

Spencer Crosby, Secretary, 172!) New York Avenue, Washington, D. C. 

(For text of bill, see Vol. VIII, p. 97.) 

Established by Act of Congress, approved May 17, 1910. Thirty-seven 
submissions considered during the year ending June, 1912; illustrated report 
published. 

LEAGUE FOR THE DECORATION OF THE PUBLIC 

SCHOOLS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

James Rush Marshall, President. Charles J. Bell, . . . Treasurer. 
Leila Mechlin, Vice-President. Myra M. Hendley. Secretary. 

1216 L Street, Washington, D. C. 

(For foundation see Vol. VIII, p. 333.) 

Organized 1909. Annual meeting April. About 300 members. Chapter, 
American Federation of Arts. Several public school buildings decorated dur- 
ing 1912. 



482 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, DIVISION OF PRINTS. 

Washington, D. C. 

Abthus Jeffrey Paksons, Chief. 

(For foundation sec Vol. Ill, p. 195.) 

Open week days 9 a. m. to 4 :90 p. m. ; Sundays and holidays 2 to- 10 p m. 
Collection of 349,745 prints, books and periodicals relating to art and litera- 
ture. Gifts in 1912: One hundred and seven prints from Austrian govern- 
ment; 600 photographs of English, German and Italian monuments pur- 
chased. From July, 1911, to July, 1912. there were 5,764 readers; 16,050 photo- 
graphs were served to art classes in the past year. 



NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART. 

Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C. 
WooDROW Wilson (ex-officio), Pres. Chakles D. Walcott, . Secretary. 

advisory art committee. 
Herbert Adams^ Frederic Crowninshield, 

Edwin H. Blashfield, Wiluam H. Holmes. 

Richard Rathbun, Assistant Secretary, in Charge of National Museum. 
William H. Holmes, Curator of Art Gallery. 

(For foundation see Vol. VI, p. 256.) 

Open free, week days 9 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. National Gallery of Art is 
administered by the Institution and consists of the Marsh collection of etch- 
ings and engravings; the Freer collection of paintings, etchings and Japan- 
ese and Chinese art; the Johnston collection of portraits; the Evans collec- 
tion of contemporary American paintings. 

During 1912, Wm. T. Evans added to his collection **Russian Tea," by 
Irving R. Wiles; Mrs. Julian James deposited the collection of Theodore 
Bailey Myers, consisting of more than 500 objects of Oriental art. A selec- 
tion from the Freer collection was shown April 15 to June 15, 1912. 



PUBLIC LIBRARY OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

Washington, D. C. 

George F. Bowerman^ Librarian. 

Collections of art books and photographs. Exhibitions of prints. Lec- 
tures on art under auspices of Washington Society of Fine Arts; publica- 
tion of art reference lists. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL ART TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. 

Annie M. Wilson, . . President A. May AtLee, Secretary-Treasurer, 

6028 Forty-first St., Washington, D. C 

Organized 1910. Annual meeting April; frequent social meetings. Twen- 
ty members. Talks by members. Chapter, American Federation of Arts. 



SOCIETY OF WASHINGTON ARTISTS. 

Richard N. Brooke, President. Ritel P. Tolman, . . Treasurer. 

Wm. p. Silva, . Vice-President. U. S. J. Dunbar, . . . Secretary. 

6o V Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Twenty-first annual exhibition of paintings and sculpture held in the 
Hemi^yde of the Corcoran Gallery March 30-April 14, 1912. Chapter. Ameri- 
can Federation of Arts. 



WASHINGTON, WATERTOWN 183 

WASHINGTON ARCHITECTURAL CLUB. 
1617 H Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

B. C. Flournoy, . President Percy LeC. Stevens, . Treasurer. 

Arthur L. Blakeslee, . Vice-Pres. William B. Cash, Secretary. 

Annual meeting first Tuesday in October; stated meeting^s first and 
third Tuesdays of each month. One hundred and fifty members. Chapter, 
American Federation of Arts. Atelier maintained; annual exhibition. 



WASHINGTON CHAPTER, A. I. A. 

The Octagon, Washington, D. C 

T. J. D. Fuller, . President A. L. Hartis, . . . Treasurer. 

Leon E. Dressez, Vice-President Ward Brown, . . . Secretary, 

1726 H Street, Washington, D. C. 
Organized 1887. Annual meeting first Friday in January. Forty mem- 
bers, of whom 26 are Institute members. Chapter, American Federation of 
Arts. 



WASHINGTON SOCIETY OF THE FINE ARTS. 
Thomas Nelson Page, President George X. McLanahan^ Treasurer. 
Hennen Jennings, Leila Mechlin, . . . Secretary, 

First Vice-President 1741 New York Ave., Wash., D. C. 

Organized 1906. Annual meeting third Wednesday in January; meetings 
third Wednesday of each month, from November to May. Five hundred and 
sixty-three meid)ers. Chapter, American Federation or Arts. Lectures on 
the fine arts and appreciation of music for members; free, public course on 
the History of Painting at Public Library was so popular that each lecture 
had to be given both afternoon and evening. The local art societies were as- 
sisted financially in conducting their exhibitions. "Art and Progress," the 
organ of The American Federation of Arts, is sent to all members. 



WASHINGTON WATER COLOR CLUB. 
Jaices Henry Mosie, . President J. C. Fitzpatrick, . . Treasurer. 
William H. Holmes, Vice-President. Bertha E. Perrie, . . Secretary. 

808 17th Street., N. W., 
Washington, D. C. 
February 14 to March 3, 1912— Annual exhibition in Hcmicyde of Cor- 
coran Gallery. Seventy-eight members. Chapter, American Federation of 
Arts. 



MATTATUCK HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

119 West Main Street, Waterbury, Conn. 
Joseph Anderson, . . President Charles L. Holmes, . Treasurer. 
Arthur R. Kimball, Henry L. Rowland, . Secretary. 

John P. Elton, . Vice-Presidents. 

Organized 1877. Annual meeting second Wednesday in January; four 
stated meetings a vear. Five hundred and twenty-two members. Exhibi- 
tions. Pictures by W. L. Lathrop, Robert Reid and Arthur Dow purchased in 
1912. 



ROSWELL P. FLOWER MEMORIAL LIBRARY. i 

S. A. Hayt, Librarian, Watertowh, N. Y. 
Library contains several paintings by contemporary American artists ac- 
quired through competitive exhibitions. About 1,200 books on art 



184 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENT LEAGUE OF 

WATERTOWN. 

Stanley E. Hunting, . President. F. M. Hugo, 

S. R. Cleveland^ 
GiotGE B. Massey^ . . Treasurer. Mrs. E. S. Goodale, Vice-Presidents. 

Gertrude W. Knowlton, Secretary, 167 Clinton Street, Watertown, N. Y. 

Organized 1905. Annual meeting second Friday in May; stated meet- 
ings first Monday of each month. One hundred and seventy-five members. 
Fourth competitive exhibition held in 1912; chief interest centered in a pub- 
lic playground and a trade school. 



WAYLAND SOCIETY OF ARTS AND CRAFTS. 

Wayland, Mass. 

Mary Parkman Sayward, President. A. Wayland Cutting, . Treasurer. 

Mrs. Arthur G. Bennett, Secretary. 

Organized 1905. Permanent salesrooms. 



FARNSWORTH ART BUILDING. 

Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass. 
Alice V. V. Brown, Director. 

Open free 9 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. daily, except Sundays. Collection con- 
sists of antique sculpture ; Jarves collection of laces and vestments ; Frost col- 
lection of Indian baskets; and the Stetson collection of modern painting. 
Nearly 10,000 photographs. Occasional special exhibitions. 



STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. 
West Chester. Pa. 
Miss Groome, Director of Art Instruction. 
Exhibition and reception to William M. Chase, April 2, 1912. 



SOCIETY OF WESTERN ARTISTS. 

Charles Francis Browne, Chicago, Otto Stark, Indianapolis, Treasurer. 

President. O. E. Berninghaus, . Secretary. 
William Forsyth, Indiana, 2313 Washington Avenue, 

Vice-President. St. Louis, Mo. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 381.) 

Organized 1896. Annual meeting November or first week in December. 
One hundred and twenty-seven members. Chapter, American Federation of 
Arts. Organized in Chapters; annual travelling exhibit. Chicago Corpora- 
tion of the Fine Arts Building annual prize of $500 awarded in 1911 to 
L. H. Meakin. 



WESTERN DRAWING AND MANUAL TRAINING 

ASSOCIATION. 

Emma M. Church, President. Ira S. Griffith, . Treasurer. 

Wilson H. Henderson, Secretary, Hammond, Ind. 

Organized 1893. Annual meeting May. About 300 members. Chapter, 
American Federation of Arts. 1912 meeting held at Cincinnati May 1 to 4. 



WILKES BARRE, WORCESTER 18o 

GARGOYLE CLUB. 

Wilkcs-BarrCp Pa. 
Gilbert S. McCuntock, Secretary, 34 South River Street. 
Building with two galleries for exhibitions. Fifteen members. Chap- 
ter, American Federation of Arts. 



JAMES V. BROWN LIBRARY. 

Williamsport, Pa. 
O. R. Howard Thompson, Librarian. 
Four hundred volumes on art. Two exhibitions in 1912, with attendance 
of 3,282. 



WISCONSIN SCHOOL ARTS AND HOME ECONOMICS 

ASSOCIATION. 
Emma (jonley, . . . President. L R. Evans, .... Secretary, 

Sheboygan, Wis. 
Organized 1909. Branch of the Wisconsin State Teachers' Association. 



WISCONSIN CHAPTER, A. I. A. 
.Armand D. Koch, . . President. Alexander C. Eschweiler, 

Vice-President. 
H. J. RoTXER, Secretary-Treasurer, 813 Goldsmith Building, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Organized 1911. Annual meeting second Tuesday in September; stated 
meetings second Tuesday of each month, September through June. Fifty- 
three members. 



WOBURN PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Wobum, Mass. 
George Hill Evans, Librarian. 
Open free, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9 a. m. to G p. m. ; Tues- 
days and Thursdays, 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.; Saturdays, 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Art 
gallery contains a few paintings and original pieces of sculpture; about 3,000 
books on art. 



WORCESTER ART MUSEUM. 
Worcester, Mass. 

, .... President. Linc(k.n N. Kinnicutt, Treasurer 

pRANas H. Dewey, Vice-President. Thomas H. Gage, . Qerk. 

Phiup J. Gentner, Director. 
Benjamin H. Stone and Elizabeth M. Gardiner, Assistants. 
(For derelopment see Vol. VIIL p. 270.) 
Open 10 a. m. to 12 and 2 to 4 p. m. daily ; Sundays, 2 to 5 p. m. ; free 
Sunday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday; Monday and Thursday, 25 cents. 
Permanent coUection of paintings, sculpture, art objects. Children's room; 
story hour; photographs and slides loaned to public schools; lectures; quar- 
terly Bulletin. 

Organized 189r>. Apnual meeting in April ; meetinK** fourth Tuesday of 
each month. Membership 141; attendance .1911 was 39,623, an increase of 
2,618 over previous y^r; about 50 accessions; also 31,000 negatives, 1,193 
lantern slides and 840 photographs from the Rev. Austin S. Garver. Seven- 
teen exhibitions; six free lectures on Sunday afternoons. Art school main- 
tained. (See school reports.) 



186 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

WORCESTER ART SOCIETY. 
Art Museum. Worcester, Mass. 
Rev. Austin S. Garver, President Fredesick S. Pratt, 

Frank J. Darrah, Vice-Presidents. 
Zelotes W. Coombs, Secretary and Treasurer, 32 Richards Street, 

Organized 1878. Annual meeting April. One hundred and sixty mem- 
bers. Free course of lectures at the Museum. 



WORCESTER CHAPTER, A. I. A. 

Stephen C. Earle, . . President. C. Leslie Chamberlain, Treasurer. 
Lucius W. Briggs, Secretary, 390 Main Street, Worcester, Mass. 
Organized 1892. Annual meeting third Monday in January; monthly 
meetings. Seventeen members, of whom three are Institute membejs. 



WORCESTER PUBLIC SCHOOL ART LEAGUE. 

Edward H. Thornhill, President. Samuel S. Green, . . Treasurer. 
Frank J. Darrah, Vice-President. Carrie A. Hildreth, Secretary. 

56 Oread Street, Worcester, Mass. 

Organized 1895. Annual meeting third Tuesday in January; stated meet- 
ings third Tuesday of each month. Twenty members. Work largely ad- 
visory; money prizes offered for improvement in school yards; $500 ex- 
pended in 1912 for decoration. 

ART COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF YONKERS. 

G. Howard Chamberun, Secretary, Yonkers, N. Y. 



PHILLIPSE MANOR HOUSE. 

Yonkers, N. Y. 

This colonial mansion was presented to the City of Yonkers by Mrs. 
Cochran. A collection of historical American portraits, loaned by Alex- 
ander Smith Cochran, was opened February 22, 1912. 



EARLIER ISSUES OF THE 
AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

A few copies of Volumes IV to IX, inclusive, of 
the AMERICAN ART ANNUAL are still obtainable. 
These contain tabulated lists of sales with prices of 
paintings sold each year and other information which 
can be obtained nowhere else; they are indispensable 
to every collector, critic and dealer. Copies of these 
volumes, while they last, are five dollars ($5.00) each. 



iM'Mnus mk; 



I.ORADO TAPT. i 



MORNING, BY JOHN GREGORY, 



Art Schools 



Note. — The enrollment given is for season 1911-1912, and Summer 
Schools of 1912; when starred the enrollment is that of the previous year 
because no information has been furnished this season. 

ALBANY, N. Y. 

Albany School of Fine Arts, 52 S. Swan Street. 

Edith Very, Director. Nine instructors. Painting, drawing, 
handicrafts. Tuition, $150 a year. 

ALFRED, N. Y. 

New York State Collefi[e of Clay Working and Ceramics. 

Charles F. Binns, Director. Ten instructors. Free to residents 
of New York State; to others $100 a year. Enrollment 40. 

ANN ARBOR, MICH. 

University of Michigan, Department of Architecture. 

Emil Lorch, Professor in charge; six instructors. Tuition, $50. 
Enrollment 95. 

BALTIMORE, MD. 

Charcoal Club, Art School, N. E. Corner Howard and Franklin 
Streets. 

S. Edwin Whiteman, Director. Courses in Antique, Life, Com- 
position. Tuition, $50 for day classes; $36 for eveninp^, for 
session of eight months. Enrollment 60. Monthly exhibitions. 

Maryland Institute, Schools of Art and Desien, Mt. Royal Avenue 
and Lanvale Street; Mechanical and Arcnitectural Divisions at 
Market Place Building. 

Charles Yardley Turner, Director; sixteen instructors. Courses 
in fine art, decorative art, illustrative art, normal, me- 
mechanical, architectural, applied art (both decorative and vo- 
cational), technical courses in silversmithing, jewelry and sheet 
metal. Day and evening classes; tuition $6 to $48 for the 
season of eight months. Post-graduate work in each division. 
Two hundred and forty-one annual scholarships; $500 Pea- 
body Fund distributed in premiums; Rinehart Fund provides a 
traveling scholarship in Sculpture. Large art gallery with perma- 
nent and loan exhibitions. Enrollment 1,562. 

BERKELEY, CAL. 

California School of Arta and Crafts, 2119 Allston Way. 

Frederick H. Meyer, Director; thirteen instructors. Courses in 
normal art, design, illustration, crafts. Tuition, $75. Enroll- 
ment 281. 

University of California, Department of Architecture. 

John Galen Howard, Professor in charge; five instructors. 
Enrollment 78. Tuition free to residents of California. 

BOOtHBAY HARBOR, ME. 

Commonwealth Art Colony, Summer School. 

Asa G. Randall, Director (winter address, 32 Summer Street, 
Providence, R. I.); twelve instructors. Courses in painting, 
modeling, normal design, jewelry, metal work, children's class.* 
Fee, $25 for five weeks. Enrollment about 150. 

187 



188 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

BOSTON, MASS. 

American Institute of Normal Methods, New England Conserva< 
tory of Music, Huntington Avenue and Gainsborough Street. 
Two instructors in drawing and methods of teaching. Tuition, 
$15 for three weeks in July; three years' course. Enrollment 
about 50. 

Eric Pape School of Art, Massachusetts Avenue and Boylston 
Street. 

Eric Pape, Director; three instructors. Courses in drawing, 
painting, ilhistration, decorative design. Saturday classes for 
teachers and for children. Tuition, $90 a year for full day 
course; $64 for men's evening course. Classes during May are 
held at Marblehead, Mass. 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Architec- 
ture. 

Francis W. Chandler, Director; ten instructors. Courses in 
architecture, architectural engineering, landscape architecture, 
history of art. Tuition, $250 for term of thirty weeks. Work 
is examined by a jury from Boston Society of Architects. 

Massachusetts Normal Art School, corner Exeter and Newbury 
Streets. 

James Frederick Hopkins, Principal; twenty instructors. Elec- 
tive courses: 1, drawing, painting and composition; 2, modeling 
and design; 3, constructive arts and designs; 4, decorative and 
applied design; 5, teaching and supervising of drawing in the 
Public Schools. Tuition is free to students residing within the 
State who intend teaching in the Public Schools; to others, $50 
for each of two terms. Enrollment 333. 

School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Huntington Avenue. 

Alice F. Brooks, Manager; Thomas Allen, Chairman School 
Committee; fourteen instructors. Courses in drawing, painting, 
modeling and design. Tuition, $100; design course, $120. Paige 
Traveling Scholarship of $800 a year for two years; Hamblen 
Scholarship for young women only, one year's tuition and $100; 
Cummings Traveling Scholarship, $200 a year, in Department 
of Design; and others. Enrollment 289. 

BUFFALO, N. Y. 

Art School of the Albright Art Gallery, 1110 Elmwood Avenue. 

Arietta Lothrop, Superintendent; seven instructors. Courses 
in drawing, painting, modeling, applied design, crafts. Average 
tuition for the season, $35. Sixteen scholarships. Enrollment 
211. Managed by the Buffalo Fine Arts Academy and the Art 
Students' League. 

CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 

Harvard University, Division of Fine Arts. 

George Henry Chase, Chairman; Arthur Pope, Secretary. 
Department of History and Principles of the Fine Arts. 
Georp^e Henry Chase, Chairman; ten instructors. Courses in 
drawing, painting, theory of design, history of art. Twelve 
thousand volumes on Art in University Library at Gore Hall. 
Fogg Museum, Germanic Museum, Semitic Museum and Nel- 
son Robinson, Jr., Architectural Hall are within the University 
grounds. Enrollment 245. 



SCHOOLS 189 

CAMBRIDGE. 

Harvard University — (continued). 

Department of Architecture, Robinson Hall. 
H. Langford Warren, Chairman; twelve instructors. Robinson 
Traveling Fellowship, $1,000 annually (competition April, 
1912); Appleton Fellowship, $1,000 annually (competition April, 
1913) ; two Austin resident scholarships in Architecture and one 
in Landscape Architecture, each of $300; three Architectural 
League of America scholarships of $150 each; Bowdoin Prize 
of $200 for an essay on a subject of Philosophy, Education or 
Fine Arts will be offered in 1911-12. Building devoted exclu- 
sively to Department, with exhibition rooms and library; 11,000 
photographs and prints. Tuition, $150 a year. Enrollment *69. 

Department of Landscape Architecture. 

James Sturgis Pray, Chairman ; Frederick Law Olmsted, Eliot 
Professor; Henry Vincent Hubbard, Acting Chairman, 1911- 
1912; two instructors. Tuition, $150 a year. Enrollment ^31. 

Summer School of Fine Arts. 

Arthur Pope, Director ; two instructors. Tuition, $25 for six weeks. 

Enroll^ient *39. 

CHAUTAUQUA, N. Y. 

Chautauqua School of Arts and Crafts. 

Henry Turner Bailey, Director: twelve instructors. Courses in 
elements of beauty, drawing, Public School art, construction, 
photography, school printing and lettering, design, metal work, 
ceramics, basketry, weaving and dyeing, lace making, leather 
work and bookbinding. Tuition, $15 for the full course of six 
weeks in July and August. Enrollment about 400. 

CHESTER, MASS. 

New York School of Fine and Applied Arts, Summer Session. 
Frank Alvah Parsons, Director; two instructors. Courses in 
drawing, painting and crafts. 

CHICAGO, ILL. 

Art Institute of Chicago, Lake Front, opposite Adams Street. 

William M. R. French, Director; fifty-two instructors. Courses 
given in painting, sculpture, decorative design, architecture, 
illustration, etching and normal art. Tuition, $15 to $90 for 
winter term; $30 for summer course of twelve weeks. Tuesday 
Art Club Foreign Traveling Scholarship of $500; John Quincy 
Adams Foreign Traveling Scholarship of $425; an American 
Traveling Scholarship of $125; Architectural Home Traveling 
Scholarship of $250; ten free tuition scholarships. Special facil- 
ities for work in the Art Institute Galleries and Ryerson Li- 
brary; lectures and concerts in Fullerton Memorial Hall. Total 
enrollment 3,231. 

Chicago Academy of Fine Arts, 81 East Madison Street. 

Carl N. Werntz, Director; twenty instructors. Courses ^iven in 
drawing, painting, illustration, handicrafts, normal art, mterior 
decoration, commercial design, dress design. Tuition, $110 a 
year; open all the year. Fourteen scholarships. New Gallery 
open daily for exhibitions and sale of pictures and craft work. 
Enrollment 749. 



190 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

CHICAGO— (continued) . 

School of Applied and Normal Art, 310 Harvester Building, 312 
Michigan Avenue. 

Emma M. Church, Director; nine instructors. Courses in nor- 
mal art, illustration, decorative and commercial design, handi- 
crafts. Tuition, $125. Enrollment 320. 

University of Chicago, School of Education, Department of Aes- 
thetic and Industrial Education, corner Kimhark and Fifty- 
ninth Streets. 

Walter Sargent, Professor in charge; seventeen instructors. 
Courses: 1, drawing and painting; 2, design; 3, modeling and 
ceramics; 4, manual training; 5, household arts. Tuition, $120. 

CINCINNATI, O. 

Art Academy, Eden Park (Department of the Cincinnati Museum 
Association). 

J. H. Gest, Director; twelve instructors. Courses are given in 
drawing, painting, handicrafts and normal training. Tuition, $25 
for winter term; $20 for summer term; night classes, $5. En- 
rollment 400. Louise Ingalls Memorial Fund gives financial aid 
to deserving students. Thirty scholarships. 

Institute of Applied Arts, Ohio Mechanics Institute. 

John L. Shearer, President; thirteen instructors in art courses. 
Courses are given in drawing, painting, trade design, orna- 
mental iron and bronze work, clay modeling, glass mosaic, 
architecture, interior decoration, wood carving, lithography. 
Tuition, $50 to $100. Enrollment in above classes about 400. 

CLEVELAND, O. 

Cleveland School of Art, Juniper Road and Magnolia Drive. 

Georgie Leighton Norton, Principal; twelve instructors. 
Courses are given in pictorial art, decorative design, sculpture 
and normal art training. Tuition, $50 to $70 a year. Enroll- 
ment 349. 

COLUMBUS, O. 

Columbus Art School, 187 East Broad Street. 

Julius Golz, Jr., Director; four instructors. Courses are given 
in drawing, painting, modeling and design. Tuition, .$125 a 
year in Diploma Course; from $11 to $40 a year ia single 
classes. Three scholarships are offered. Enrollment 112. 

Ohio State University, Department of Architecture. 

Joseph N. Bradford, Director; six instructors. Courses are 
given in architecture, decoration and ornament, and modeling. 
Tuition is free. The course is of four years' duration, granting 
the degree of Bachelor of Architecture. Enrollment 55. 

DECATUR, ILL. 

James Milliken University, School of Fine and Applied Arts. 

Eight instructors. Courses are given in the fine and applied 
arts, normal art, pottery and metal work. Tuition, $50 a year. 
Enrollment 212. 

DENVER, COLO. 

Fine Arts Academy of Denver, 31 East Eighteenth Avenue. 

Abigail Holman, Director; three instructors. Courses in draw- 
ing, painting, design, modeling and illustration. Day and even- 
ing classes; summer normal school. Tuition from $5 to $45 
for a term of twelve weeks. Established 1912. 



SCHOOLS 191 

DENVER, COLO.— (continued). 

Students' School of Art, 1311 Pearl Street. 

Henry Read, Director; two instructors. Courses in drawing, 
painting, illustration and design. Tuition, from $3 to $8 a 
month. Enrollment 95. 

DETROIT, MICH. 

Detroit School of Design, 456 Jefferson Avenue. 

George Theodore Hamilton, Director; four instructors. Courses 
in interior decoration, illustration and handicrafts. Day and 
evening classes. Tuition, $60. Enrollment about 120. 

EDGARTOWN, MASS. 

Branstock School of Art. 

Enid Yandell and John C. Johansen, instructors. Courses given 
in drawing, painting, modeling and carving. Summer school; 
tuition, $60. Enrollment ^40. 

EVANSTON, ILL. 

American Institute of Normal Methods, Northwestern University. 
Three instructors; drawing and methods of teaching. Tuition, 
$15 for three weeks in July; three years* course. Enrollment 
about 50. 

HARTFORD, CONN. 

Flage Night School of Drawing for Men, 39 Pearl Street. 

Charles Noel Flagg, Director; two instructors. Tuition, $24. 
Enrollment about 50. 

HYANNIS, MASS. 

State Normal School, Summer Art Course. 

Theodore M. Dillaway, Director. Tuition free. 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

Art School of the John Herron Art Institute, Pennsylvania and 
Sixteenth Streets. 

William Coughlen, Acting Director; eighteen instructors. 
Courses in drawing, painting, modeling, applied design, ceramic 
decorations, normal art; children's classes. Four scholarships 
to students in the school; fifty to public school children. Tui- 
tion, $65 a year for day classes; $35 for evening or Saturday 
classes; $25 for summer term. Enrollment 385; summer 71. 

IOWA CITY, IOWA. 

College of Fine Arts, Department of Graphic and Plastic Arts, 
State University of Iowa. 

Charles Atherton Cumming, Director. Courses are given in 
painting, drawing and illustration. Tuition, free. Enroll- 
ment 40. 

ITHACA, N. Y. 

Cornell University, College of Architecture. 

Clarence A. Martin, Director; eleven instructors. Tuition, $150 

a year. Enrollment 135. 

Cornell University Summer School. 

George P. Bristol, Director; four instructors. Courses are 

given in painting, design and manual training. 

JACKSONVILLE, ILL." 

Illinois Woman's College, Art School. 

Nellie A. Knopf, Director; two instructors. Courses are given 
in drawing, painting, design and handicrafts. Tuition, $150 for 
full course of twenty-two hours a week. Enrollment 62 



If»2 AMERICAS ART ASSUAL 

JACKSON. MISS. 

Bcllhaven Collegiate and Industrial Institnte. 

Mis> L. K. Luitwielcr, Director art department. Courses in 
painting, illustration, design and normal art. Tuition. $40. 
Enrollment 16. 
KALAMAZOO, MICH. 

Kalamasoo School of Art, Academy Building. 
Walter Collins, Director. 
KANSAS CITY, MO. 

Fine Arts Institute, Y.W.C.A.Building, 1020 McGee Street 

Three instructors. Courses are given in drawing, painting, 
newspaper illustration, design, crafts. Tuition, $45 to |75, de> 
pending upon classes. Enrollment ^339. Summer school, nor- 
mal cla>s. four weeks, $15. Winifred Sexton, Secretary. 
KNOXVILLE, TENN. 

Summer School of the South, Art Department. 

Eleven courses in drawing, art and arts and crafts; eleven in 
manual training. No tuition fee; registration. $10. 
LINCOLN. NEB. 

University of Nebraska, School of Fine Arts. 

Paul H. Grummann, Director; three instructors. Courses are 
given in painting, drawing, modeling, design and ceramics. 
Tuition, $50 for full time. Enrollment 75. 
LOS ANGELES, CAL. 

University of South California, College of Fine Arts, 201 S. Ave. 66. 
William L. Judson, Director; eleven instructors. Courses in il- 
lustration, architecture, design and sculpture. Tuition, $95 for 
the year. Enrollment 132. 
Los Angeles School of Art and Design, Sixth and Alvarado Streets. 
L. E. Garden Macleod, Director; eleven instructors. Courses 
are given in drawing, painting, mechanical and architectural 
drawmg. illustration, wood carving and china painting. Tui- 
tion. $110. Enrollment 160. 
LYMR CONN. 

Old Lyme Art Class. 

Alon Hrmcnt, Instructor. Courses given in design and land- 
•»« «i»r pwinting. Tuition, $15 a month; July to September. En- 
riillnirfit :M); class limited to this number. 
MADISON, WIS 

IJnlvsiNhy of Wisconsin. 

Williiiiii II Viirnuni, Instructor of drawing and design. 
MANCIII'M M<. N. II. 

MsMilisiilsr Institute of Arts and Sciences, Weston Building, 087 

Mm Slirri. 

JiiiMir VdUMK, Director art department; six instructors. 
( liihhiii air imiintatned in drawing, painting, modeling, design, 
wonil nirvinK, mrtiil work, lace making and basketry. Mem- 
bi'iHlii|i dnrn of $.1 n year include tuition. Enrollment 400; juve- 
nile claHhCM 75. 

MINNKAI'OMS, MINN. 

Handicraft Guild School of Design. Handicraft and Normal Art, 

HI) South Trnth Street. 

Mnuriie I. Klagg, Director; ten instructors. Courses given in 
doHign, illuHtration, crafts and normal art. Saturday morning 
claHHCH for children. Fee for three winter terms, $10 for twelve 
leniionM normal course, $90 a year; summer school, $15 to ^5. 
Enrollment 225. 



SCHOOLS 193 

MINNEAPOLIS— (continued). 

Minneapolis School of Art, Public Library Building. 

Robert Koehler, Director; six instructors. Courses in academic, 
design, handicraft and normal art. Day and evening classes; 
also free Saturday night class. Tuition, $65 a year. Enrollment 
about 200. 

MONHEGAN, ME. 

Monhegan Summer School of Metal Work. 

William H. Varnum, Instructor (winter address, University of 
Wisconsin, Madison.) Courses given in jewelry, metal work, 
leather work and basketry. Tuition, $20 for six weeks. Enroll- 
ment 25. 

NEWARK, N. J. 

Fawcett Drawing School, 55 Academy Street. 

Cephas I. Shirley, Director; nineteen instructors. Courses in 
drawing, jewelry, modeling, design and architectural drawing. 
Evening school in session seven months; free tuition to resi- 
dents of Newark, male or female, fifteen years of age or older; 
fee of $20 a season to non-residents. Day classes held 1.30 to 
4 p. m.; teachers' class, 3.30 to 5.30 p. m. Enrollment 1,034. 

Newark Technical School, 367 High Street. 

Charles A. Colton, Director; twenty-two instructors. Courses*^ 
in drawing, modeling and metal work. Evening school free to 
residents of Newark; fee to non-residents, $15. Applicants must 
be at least sixteen years of age. Five years* course for jew- 
elers and silversmiths. Day classes in Department of Fine 
Arts. Enrollment 400. 

NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

Swain Free School of Design. 

H. A. Neyland, Director; nine instructors. General art course, 
illustration, normal art, architecture, jewelry, pottery, wood 
carving, bookbinding and history of art. Tuition is free for full 
courses; $10 for special classes. Enrollment 164. 

NEW HAVEN, CONN. 

Yale School of the Fine Arts, Yale University. 

John F. Weir, Director; seven instructors. Courses in draw- 
mg, painting, sculpture and architecture. Tuition, $90. Enroll- 
ment 95. George H. Langzettel, Secretary. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

Tulane University, College of Technology. 

C. N. Curtis, Asst. Prof, of Architecture; four instructors. 
Four years in architecture and four years in normal art leading 
to degrees. Extension classes in painting, including nude fig- 
ure. Tulane Summer School, various courses. Tuition, about 
$100 a year for degree courses; extension and summer courses, 
nominal fees. Enrolknent 15 in courses leading to degree. 

H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College, School of Art. 

Ellsworth Woodward, Director; fourteen instructors. Courses 
in painting, design, pottery, embroidery and normal art. Tui- 



mg, 

I; B. 



tion, $50; 6. A. course, $100 a year. Enrollment 115. 



194 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

NEW YORK, N. Y. 

Art Students' League of New York, 215 West Fifty-seventh Street, 
Borough of Manhattan. 

Fourteen instructors. Courses in drawing, painting, illustration, 
composition and modeling. Tuition, $90 a year. Enrollment 
1,090. Summer School; tuition, $20; enrollment 115. Also sum- 
mer classes at Woodstock, N. Y. Charles Vezin, President. 

Brookljrn Institute of Arts and Sciences and Brooklyn Art Asso- 
ciation, 174 Montague Street, Borough of Brooklyn. 

Joseph H. Boston, Instructor. Evening classes in drawing, 
painting and composition. Fee, $40 for eight months. After- 
noon and Saturday courses in applied design, weaving, artistic 
photography, metal work, jewelry, etc., and lectures on the 
history of painting. Fee, $6 to $15 for each course. 

Columbia University, Faculty of Fine Arts, West 116th Street, 
Borough of Manhattan. 

James R. Wheeler, Dean. Department of Fine Arts includes 
architecture, music and design. 

School of Architecture, Avery Hall. 

Austin W. Lord, Executive Head; twelve instructors. Courses 
given in architecture, design and engineering. Tuition, $200 a 
year. Enrollment *173. 

Department of Landscape Architecture. 

Being organized in co-operation with the American Society of 
Landscape Architects. Four years* course announced for 1911- 
1912. Three visiting instructors. During the summer of 1911 
a six weeks' course in landscape design was given by H. A. 
Caparn. Enrollment *6. 

Extension Teaching, Department of Architecture. 

Three instructors. Evening classes; tuition, $20. Enrollment 
79. 

Teachers College, Department of Fine Arts and Household 
Arts, 520 West 120th Street, Borough of Manhattan. 

Arthur W. Dow, Director; twenty-seven instructors; thirty-six 
courses, including design, drawing, painting, modeling, methods, 
manual training, house decoration, elements of architecture. Tui- 
tion, $150. Enrollment 523. 

Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, Third Ave- 
nue and Eighth Street, Borough of Manhattan ; Charles R. Richards, 
Director. 

Night School of Art for Men. 

Frederick Dielman, Director; fourteen instructors. Courses 
in architectural drawing, decorative design and modeling. Tui- 
tion is free. Enrollment 1,190. 

Woman's Art School. 

Frederick Dielman, Director; Kate L. Reynolds, Principal; 
twelve instructors. Courses in drawing, painting, illustration, 
design and modeling. Tuition is free. Enrollment ^26. 



SCHOOLS 195 



NEW YORK— (continued). 



Ethical Culture School, Art Department, Central Park West and 
Sixty-third Street. 

Irene Weir, Director; four instructors. Courses in theory and 
practice of design and in representation; domestic art, manual 
training; special lecture courses for members of the Society 
and others. 

Independent School of Art, 1947 Broadway, Borough of Manhattan. 
Homer Boss, Director. Courses in drawing, painting and com- 
position. Tuition, $120. Enrollment 150. Summer school at 
Chester, Nova Scotia, June 15 to September 12; fee, $12 a 
month. 

Mechanics' Institute, 20 West Forty-fourth Street, Borough of 

Manhattan. 

Louis Rouillion, Director; sixteen instructors in art. Courses in 
applied art and drawing. Tuition is free. Enrollment over 1,000, 
who take drawing. 

National Academy of Design, 109th Street and Amsterdam Avenue. 
Borough of Manhattan. 

Twelve instructors. Courses in drawing, painting, sculpture, 
etching and history of art. Tuition is free; entrance fee, $10. 
Enrollment 412. Summer school, George W. Maynard, Di- 
rector. School Committee: Herbert Adams, Charles C. Curran 
and Henry B. Snell, Chairman. 

New York School of Applied Design for Women, 160 Lexington 
Avenue, Borough of Manhattan. 

Ellen J. Pond, Superintendent; seventeen instructors. Courses 
in design for wall paper, textiles, architecture, illustration, 
fashion, book cover and historic ornament. Frequent exhibi- 
tions. Tuition, $75 a year. Enrollment 580. 

New York School of Fine and Applied Art, 2237 Broadway, Bor- 
ough of Manhattan. 

Frank Alvah Parsons, Director; Susan F. Bissell. Secretary; 
twenty-two instructors. Courses in drawing, painting, interior 
decoration, normal training, illustration, costume design, ad- 
vertising and the crafts. Tuition, $100 for winter course. En- 
rollment 575. Summer school at Boothbay Harbor, Me.; en- 
rollment 141. 

New York University Summer School, Art and Manual Training 

Department, University Heights, Borough of The Bronx. 

James Parton Haney, Director; one instructor. Courses in 

applied design, supervision, methods of teaching, drawing, shop 

organization, elementary and advanced woodwork. Tuition, $30 in 

art course; $2.") in shop courses. Enrollment about 100. 

Pratt Institute, Ryerson Street, near DeKalb Avenue, Borough of 
Brooklyn. 

Walter Scott Perry. Director; forty instructors. Courses in 
drawing, painting, modeling, illustration, decorative and ap- 
plied design, normal art, architecture, jewelry, silvcrsmithing 
and wood carving. Tuition, $75 in normal course; others, $60. 
Enrollment 901. 

Sculpture Studio, under the auspices of the National Sculpture So- 
ciety and the Society of Beaux-Arts Architects. 
Arthur Lee, Secretary, 159 East Forty-eighth Street. Tuition 
free. Enrollment 86. 



196 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

NEW YORK— (continued). 

Society of Beaux-Arts Architects, 16 East Thirty-third Street, 
Borough of Manhattan. 

William Emerson, Chairman Committee on Education, 281 
Fifth Avenue. The course is open to draughtsmen and students 
of architectural schools in any city of the United States and 
Canada, modeled on the principles of instruction at the Ecole 
des Beaux Arts in Paris. It consists of thirty-five competi- 
tions divided into two classes, supplemented by prize compe- 
titions. Tuition free; annual Registration Fee of $2 is required. 
Ateliers are maintained in 42 cities. Enrollment 815. 
Youn^ Men's Christian Association, Art Department, 318 West 
Fifty-seventh Street, Borough of Manhattan. 
Frank Alvah Parsons, Instructor. Courses in furnishing and 
decorating. Tuition, $25 a year, entitles holder to the use of 
library and other social features. Enrollment *77. 
Youn^ Women's Christian Association, Art Department, 7 East 
Fifteenth Street, Borough of Manhattan. 

Sophia A. Walker, Director; three instructors. Courses in 
drawing, modeling, wood carving and embroidery. Fee, $20 
for eight months in the day classes; $10 for evening classes. 
Enrollment 75. 

NORWICH, CONN. 

Norwich Free Academy. 

Mrs. Guy Warner Eastman, Principal; three instructors. 
Courses in drawing, painting and design. Tuition, $45 for the 
season of three terms. Three scholarships in the school; one 
entitling to free tuition in the Yale School of Fine Arts and one 
to the School of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Enroll- 
ment 37. 

PEORIA, ILL. 

Bradley Polytechnic Institute, School of Arts and Sciences. 

Theodore C. Burgess, Director; eight instructors. Courses in 
drawing, architectural drawing and manual training. Tuition, 
$60 a year. Enrollment 986 in all departments, the majority 
taking drawing for part or all of the year. 

PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

Drexel Institute, Department of Architecture, Thirty-second and 
Chestnut Streets. 

Arthur Truscott and John J. Dull, Directors; fifteen instruc- 
tors. Courses in architecture and landscape architecture. Tui- 
tion, $50 to $100. Enrollment 58. 
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Broad Street, above Arch. 
Ten instructors. Courses in drawing, painting, sculpture, illus- 
tration and composition. Fee, $100 for season of two terms. 
Twenty annual traveling scholarships of $500 each; four Top- 
oan prizes, amounting to $700; Stewardson prize for sculpture, 
$100; four Thouron prizes, amounting to $150, for composition; 
two Packard zoological prizes, amounting to $50; Ramborger 
prize of $25 for drawing. Ten free scholarships in the school. 
Herbert M. Howe, Chairman Committee on Instruction; 
Anna T. Bennett, Acting Curator. Enrollment 283. 
Public Industrial Art School, Park Avenue, below Master Street. 
J. Liberty Tadd, Director; twelve instructors. Open to pupils 
in the Grammar Grades of the Public Schools. Each pupil 
attends one afternoon a week, being excused from the regular 
school session to do so. All pupils work in the three depart- 
ments: drawing, clay modeling and wood carving, rotating 
monthly. 



SCHOOLS 197 

PHILADELPHIA— (continued ) . 

School of Industrial Art of the Pennsylvania Museum, Broad and 
Pine Streets. 

Leslie W. Miller, Principal. Each county of the State is en- 
titled to at least one scholarship, and fifty are at the disposal 
of the Board of Education of Philadelphia. Twenty prizes of 
$5 to $25. Total enrollment 1,084. 
School of Applied Art. 

Howard Fremont Stratton, Director; twenty-five instructors. 
Courses in drawing, painting, design, normal art, interior deco- 
ration, wood carving, illustration, decorative modeling, archi- 
tectural drawing and design, bookbinding and leather work, metal 
work and pottery. Tuition, $60 a year. Enrollment 834. Evening 
class, $12 a year. 
Textile School. 

E. W. France, Director; seventeen instructors. Courses in 
fabric structure, weaving, design, printing and dyeing. Tuition, 
$150 a year. Enrollment 250. 

Philadelphia School of Design for Women, Broad and Master 
Streets. 

Emily Sartain, Principal; ten instructors. Courses in i>ainting. 
modeling, design, costume illustration, mural decoration and 
normal art. Tuition, $60 a year. Enrollment 150. 

T Square Club, 1218 Chestnut Street. 

Clarence Zantzinger, Patron of the Atelier. Lectures on mathe- 
matics and the history of architecture given with the co-operation 
of the University of Pennsylvania. 

University of Pennsylvania. School of Architecture, College Hall. 
Warren P. Laird, Professor in charge; seventeen instructors. 
Fee, $200. Regular four year course leading to degree; special 
two year course for qualified draughtsmen. Three resident 
scholarships. Enrollment 202. 
PITTSBURGH, PA. 

Carnegie Institute of Technology. 
School of Applied Design. 

Arthur A. Hammerschlag, Director; twenty-three instructors in 
this school. Courses in architecture; interior decoration, paint- 
ing and illustration. Tuition for day students, $38 a year for 
residents of Pittsburgh, and $48 for all others; night students, 
$15 a year for residents of Pittsburgh and $17 for others. En- 
rollment 295. 

Margaret Morrison Carnegie School. 

Clara L. West, Dean; two instructors. Courses in drawing 
and design. Fee, $30 for residents of Pittsburgh and $40 for 
others. For women only, with day courses in the home-making 
arts and vocational training; night trade courses. 

Stevenson Art School, Third Avenue and Wood Street. 

John W. Rawsthorne, Principal; two instructors. Enrollment 
• 104. 

University of Pittsburgh, Grand Boulevard. 

H. R. Kniffin, Director of Fine and Industrial Art, School of 
Education. 
PORTLAND, ORE. 

School of the Portland Art Association, Museum of Art, Fifth and 
Taylor Streets. 

Anna Belle Crocker, Director; two instructors. Courses in 
painting, modeling and design; children's classes. Tuition, $80 a 
year. Enrollment 79. 



198 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

Rhode Island School of Design, 11 Waterman Street. 

L. Earle Rowe, Director; fifty-one instructors. Courses in 
drawing, painting, decorative design, modeling, architecture, 
mechanical design and shop work, textile design, weaving[ and 
spinning, jewelry, silversmithing and normal art. Tuition, 
$70 a year. Enrollment 987. 
Summer Schoou 

Augustus F. Rose, Director; five instructors. Courses in metal 
work, design and manual training. Fee, $35 for course of five 
weeks. 

PROVINCETOWN, MASS. 
Cape Cod School of Art. 

Charles W. Hawthorne, Director. Painting from the figure 
out of doors and indoors, landscape and still life. Tuition, $40 
from July 1 to September 1. Enrollment 75. 

RICHMOND, VA. 

Art School of the Art Club of Richmond, 521 West Grace Street. 
Nora Houston, Director; three instructors. Courses in draw- 
ing, painting, illustration, modeling, applied design, interior 
decoration and normal training. Tuition, from $3 membership 
giving one weekly free class, to $75 for all classes. 

ROCHESTER, N. Y. 

Mechanics' Institute, Department of Applied and Fine Arts, Bevier 
Memorial Building, 55 Plymouth Avenue. 

Frank von der Lancken, Superintendent; fifteen instructors. 
Courses in decorative design, costume design, fine arts, illus- 
tration, lithography, architecture, normal art, manual training, 
pottery, metal work and jewelry; children's classes. Tuition. 
$75 a year; summer $15. Enrollment 317; about 150 additional 
from Manual Training and Household Art departments, take 
drawing. 

ROME, ITALY. 

American Academy in Rome, Villa Aurelia, Via Garibaldi. Ofiice 
of the Secretary of the Academy, 20 East Twenty-sixth Street, 
New York, N. Y. 

Gorham P. Stevens, Director School of Fine Arts. Winners 
of prizes in painting, sculpture and architecture awarded by 
the Academy. Work under the guidance of the Director. (See 
society reports.) 

SAINT LOUIS. MO. 

Washington University, 

St. Louis School of Fine Arts, Skinker Road and Lindell 
Boulevard. 

Edmund H. Wuerpel, Director; nine instructors. Courses in 
drawing, painting, decorative and commercial design, model- 
ing, illustration, crafts. Tuition, $75 for the year. Enroll- 
ment 298. 

Department of Architecture. 

Alexander S. Langsdorf, Dean; John Beverly Robinson, Pro- 
fessor in Charge; three instructors. A scholarship is at the 
disposal of the Architectural League of America. The equip- 
ment includes the Russell Sturgis collection of 20,000 architec- 
tural photographs and 4,000 photogravures, and there are over 
3,000 lantern slides. Tuition, $150. Enrollment 29. 



SCHOOLS 199 

SAINT PAUL, MINN. 

Saint Paul Institute of Art, The Auditorium, Fourth Street. 

Lee Woodward Zeigler, Director; eight instructors. Courses in 
painting, modeling, illustration, commercial design, jewelry, 
metal work, pottery, leather work; children's Saturday class. 
Tuition, $50 for season of eight months. Enrollment 177. 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

San Francisco Architectural Club, 126 Post Street. 

Tobias Bearwald, Director; four instructors. Courses in archi- 
tectural design and rendering, architectural history, drawing and 
steel construction. Club dues of $1.50 a month; entrance fee, $2.50 
for each class. Enrollment 50. 

California School of Desigp, San Francisco Institute of Art (Affili- 
ated with the University of California.) 

Robert H. Fletcher, Director; ten instructors. Courses in 
drawing, painting, illustration, modeling and design. Fee, $75 
a year; evening, $12. Twelve annual scholarships, mcludingone 
to the Julian Academy in Paris. Enrollment 376. 

SANTA BARBARA, CAL. 

State Normal School of Manual Arts and Home Economics. 

Ednah A. Rich, President; N. Dana Cook in charge of manual arts 
for men. Four special advanced courses: Home economics; Do- 
mestic art; Manual arts; Applied arts. The last includes design 
and its application to pottery, metal work, bookbinding, wood- 
carving, etc. Tuition free. Enrollment 120. 

SARANAC LAKE, N. Y. 

Adirondack Summer Art School. 

J. Liberty Tadd, Director (winter address, Public Industrial 
Art School, Philadelphia, Pa.); four instructors. Courses in 
manual training and nature study. Tuition, $100. 

SEATTLE, WASH. 

Seattle Art League, 420 Boston Block. 

Ella Shepard Bush, Director; one instructor. Courses in draw- 
ing, painting, design and normal art. Tuition, $100. Enroll- 
ment 52. 

SOUTHAMPTON, L. I., N. Y. 

Southampton Summer School of Art. 

Marshal T. Fry, Instructor. Courses in drawing, painting, de- 
sign and handicraft. Six weeks' course. 

SYRACUSE, N. Y. 

Syracuse Universi^, College of Fine Arts. 

George A. Parker, Dean; twelve instructors. Courses in draw- 
ing, painting, illustration and architecture. Tuition, $135 for 
the season of 36 weeks. Traveling fellowship of $500. Enroll- 
ment 136. 

TOLEDO, O. 

School of the Toledo Museum of Art 

Almon C. Whiting, Director; five instructors. Courses in 
drawing, painting, design and pottery. Tuition, $50. 

TOPEKA, KAN. 

Topeka School of Art, 114 West Eighth Street. 

Max Hagendorn, Director; one instructor. Courses in draw- 
ing, painting and design. Tuition, $100. Enrollment 30. 



200 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 

TRENTON, N. J. 

School of Industrial Arts of the City of Trenton, West State and 
Willow Streets. 

Frank Forrest Frederick, Director; twenty-four instructors. 
Courses in fine arts, mechanical and architectural drawing, cera- 
mics; normal course in co-operation with the State Normal 
School at Trenton; summer normal course at Cape May. Fee, 
$12 a year. Free scholarships to those unable to pay. Ten 
prizes, $5 to $30. Kelsey memorial room contains a valuable 
collection of ceramics. The Maddock and Brewer collections 
of china are on permanent exhibition. Current exhibitions of 
paintings, prints and craft products. Enrollment 672. 

TROY, N. Y. 

Albany School of Fine Arts, 14 First Street. 
Edith Very, Director. 

URBANA, ILL. 

University of Illinois, School of Architecture. 

Frederick M. Mann, Director; twelve instructors. Tuition, $24 
a year. Enrollment 300. 
Department of Art and Design. 

Edward J. Lake, Director; four instructors. Courses in draw- 
ing, painting, modeling, design and history. Fee, $24 for nine 
months; $12 for summer term of three months. Enrollment 
200. 

School of Ceramics. 

A. V. Bleininger, Director; three instructors. One hundred 
free scholarships to young men who wish to take up work in 
ceramics. Matriculation fee, $10; incidentals, $24. Enrollment 
56. 

VINEYARD HAVEN, MASS. 

Martha's Vineyard School of Art. 

Arthur R. Freedlander, Instructor (winter address, 80 West 
Fortieth Street, New York, N. Y.). Instruction in painting. 
Fee, $15 a month; three summer months. 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 

Corcoran School of Art, Seventeenth Street and New York Ave- 
nue. 

E. C. Messer, Principal; six instructors. Courses in drawing, 
painting and composition. Tuition free; entrance fee, $10. 
Several medals. Permanent collection and current exhibitions 
in Corcoran Gallery of Art. Enrollment 160. 
Arts and Crafts School, 1711-1713 New York Avenue. 

Eva S. Schrocder, Director; five instructors. Courses in design, 
weaving, basketry, metal work, jewelry, leather work, wood 
carving and stenciling. Tuition, $50 for each course. Enroll- 
ment 85. 

WOODSTOCK, N. Y. 

Art Students' League of New York, Summer School (winter ad- 
dress, 215 West Fifty-seventh Street, New York, N. Y.) 
John F. Carlson, Instructor. Courses in landscape painting. 
Tuition, $50 for the season, June to September. Enrollment 
182. 

WORCESTER, MASS. 

School of the Worcester Art Museum, 24 Highland Street. 

H. Stuart Michie, Principal; five instructors. Courses in de- 
sign, drawing and painting, metal work, bookbinding and pot- 
tery. Tuition, $30 in day classes, $18 in evening classes. En- 
rollment 161. 



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President 

National Academy of Design 



WHO'S WHO 

IN ART 



SEVENTH ISSUE OF THE DIRECTORY 
SECTION OF THE AMERICAN ART ANNUAL 
CONTAINING NAMES. ADDRESSES. AND 
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES OF 8769 
PAINTERS. SCULPTORS AND ILLUSTRATORS 
WITH NUMEROUS FULL PAGE PORTRAITS 



Abbreviations 



P. — painter; S. — sculptor; I. — illustrator; Engr.— engraver ; C. — craftsman; 
D. — designer; L.—lecturer ; Ldscp. P. — landscape painter; Min. P.— 
miniature painter; Mural P. — mural painter; Port P. — portrait painter; 
Arch. — architect ; T. — teacher ; W. — writer. 

SOCIETIES. 
Am. Acad. A. L, — American Academy of Arts and Letters. 
AAS — American Art Society, Philadelphia. 
A. Aid S.— Artists' Aid Society of New York. 
AC. Phila.— Art Club of Philadelphia. 
AFAS — American Fine Arts Society, New York. 
A. Fed. A. — American Federation of Arts, Washington, D. C. 
A. Fund S. — Artists' Fund Society, New York. 
AIA — American Institute of Architects. 
AIC — Arts Institute of Chicago. 

ANA — Associate National Academy of Design, New York. 
Am. PS — American Painters and Sculptors, New York. 
Am. S. Min. P. — American Society of Miniature Painters, New York. 
ASL of N. Y.— Art Students' League of New York. 
AWCS — American Water Color Society, New York. 
Boston AC — Boston Art Club. 
Boston WCC — Boston Water Color Club. 
Boston SA — Boston Society of Architects (Chapter AIA). 
Boston SWCP— Boston Society of Water Color Painters. 
Boston SAC — Boston Society of Arts and Crafts. 
Brooklyn AC — Brooklyn Arts Club. 
Buffalo SA— Buffalo Society of Artists. 
C. L Pittsburg — Carnegie Institute, Pittsburg. 
Century Assoc. — Century Association, New York. 
Chicago AD — Chicago Academy of Design. 
Chicago SA— Chicago Society of Artists. 
Chicago SAC — Chicago Society of Arts and Crafts. 
Chicago SE — Chicago Society of Etchers. 
Cincinnati AC — Cincinnati Art Club. 
Cleveland Arch. C. — Qeveland Architectural Club. 
Conn. AFA — Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts, Hartford. 
Copley S. — Copley Society of Boston. 
Corcoran AG— Corcoran Art Gallery, Washington, D. C. 
Denver AC— Denver Artists' Club. 

Fellowship PA FA — Fellowship of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. 
Inter. Soc. A. L. — International Society of Arts and Letters; (also given as 
as Soc. Inter, des Beaux Arts et dcs Lettres). 

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ABBREVIATIONS 

Int Soc. S.P.G. — International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers. 

London. 
MacD. C. — MacDowell Club, New York. 

Municipal AS — Municipal Art Society (preceded by name of city). 
Mural P. — National Society of Mural Painters, New York. 
Nat. Inst A. L. — National Institute of Arts and Letters. 
NA — National Academy of Design, New York (Academicians). 
NAC— National Arts Qub, New York, 

NAD — National Academy of Design, New York (used chiefly for school*. 
Nat Gal. — National Gallery, Washington, D. C. 
NSC — National Society of Craftsmen, New York. 
NSS — National Sculpture Society, New York. 
N. Y. Arch. Lg. — Achitectural League of New York. 
NYWCC— New York Water Color Club. 
PAFA — Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia. 
Pa. S. Min. P. — Pennsylvania Society of Miniature Painters. 
Paris AAA — American Art Association of Paris. 
Paris Women's AAA — Paris American Women's Art Association. 
Paris SAP — Paris Society of American Painters. 
Pastelists — Society of Pastel ists, New York. 
Phila. SA— Philadelphia Society of Artists. 
Phila. Sketch C— Philadelphia Sketch Club. 
Phila. WCC— Philadelphia Water Color Club. 
Photo. Sec. — Photo-Secession, New York. 
Pittsburg AA — Pittsburg Art Association. 
Pittsburg AS — Pittsburg Art Society. 
Plastic C— Plastic Club of Philadelphia. 
Port P. — National Society of Portrait Painters, New York. 
SAA — Society of American Artists, New York. 
SI — Society of Illustrators, New York. 
Salma. C. — Salmagundi Club, New York. 
SWA — Society of Western Artists, 
S. Wash. A. — Society of Washington (D. C.) Artists. 
St Louis AG — St. Louis Artists' Guild. 
Ten Am. P. — Ten American Painters. 
Wash. WCC— Washington (D. C) Water Color Club. 
Wash. SFA — Washington (D. C.) Society of Fine Arts. 
Woman's AC — Woman's Art Club (preceded by name of city). 
2x4 Soc.— Two by Four Society, St. Louis. 



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Editorial Note 

"Who's Who in Art" is the directory section of the "American 
Art Annual." The new feature is the addition of important works 
by each artist. No attempt has been made to give complete lists; 
only paintings in public galleries and well known pieces of sculpture 
have been included ; no reference has been made to works in private 
collections. The information has come through the blanks sent to 
each artist and lists of works by American artists kindly furnished 
by the secretary of each museum. 

As heretofore, the directory has been compiled chiefly from the 
membership lists of the leading art societies in the United States 
and exhibitors at same. Data blanks were sent out in the early 
spring and the information thus received, with that sent by the 
artists for previous volumes, has formed the basis of the biographical 
notes. 

This volume contains names and addresses of three thousand 
seven hundred and sixty-nine (3,769) painters, sculptors and illus- 
trators. The last issue of this directory, that in Volume VII, 1909, 
contained only 3,415 names. One thousand two hundred and two 
(1,202) names appear here for the first time; these are new exhibi- 
tors who have been represented in the current exhibitions during the 
past three years. Seven hundred and seventy (770) names have 
been dropped because no answer has been received to our request 
for present address, the artist has not exhibited since 1909, nor is 
he a member of a recognized art society; this also includes deaths. 

When two addresses are given and the second one is preceded 
by "h." it indicates that the first address is the studio, the second 
is the home. The artist's medium, whether painter, sculptor, illus- 
trator, or craftsman, is indicated by letters at the beginning of the 
biographical note ; when no biographical information was obtainable, 
the letters are used in parentheses after the address. The date 
after the abbreviation of a society of which an artist is a member, 
refers to the time of election. 

The names of married women include the maiden name; they 
are preceded by "Mrs." or followed by the husband's name in 
parentheses. The maiden name is also entered in alphabetical order, 
with a cross reference. All names of women without title, are 

"Miss." 

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AMERICAN PAINTERS, SCULPTORS AND ILLUSTRATORS 



ABBATT, A(gnes) D(ean), Westchester, 
New York N. Y. 

P..I.,C.,T.— Born New York, June 23, 
1847. Pupil of Cooper Union and 
NAD, under James D. Smillie and R. 
Swain Gifford. Member: AWCS. 
Awards : Silver medal, Ma88.Charit- 
able Mechanics Assoc, Boston; first 
prize, San Antonio, Tex., Exp. 

ABBOTT, Elenore Plalsted (Mrs. C. Yar- 
nell Abbott). 48 South 18th St.; h. 2106 
Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
P.,I.— Born Lincoln, Me., 1875. Pupil 
of PAPA; Phila. School of Design; 
Simon and Cottet in Paris. Member : 
PhiLWCC; Plastic C; Fellowship PAPA. 

ABBOTT, Francis R., 1520 Chestnut St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

P.— Bom Philadelphia. Pupil of PAPA; 
Julian Academy in Paris. Member: 
Fellowship PAPA; ACPhila. 

ABDY, Mrs. Rowena Meeks, Monterey, 
Cal. 

P. — Born Vienna, Austria, April 24, 
1887; of American parents. Pupil of 
Arthur P. Mathews in San Francisco. 
Member: San Francisco Sketch C. 

ABEND8CHEIN, Albert, 157 East 47th 
St., New York, N. Y.; and Central Val- 
ley, Orange Co., N. Y. 
P.— Born New York, Feb. 13, 1860. Pupil 
of Loefftz at Munich Academy. 

ABRAHAMS, Helen, 3119 Diamond St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. (P.) 

ABRAHAMSON, Christian, 5601 Wash- 
ington Ave., Chicagro, 111. 
I.— Born Bergren, Norway, July 20, 1887. 
Pupil of Koren K. Wilberg and Asor 
Hansen in Norway; AIC. Member: 
ASL of Chicago; Artists Guild. 
Work: "Winter," Chicago Art Insti- 
tute. 

ACKER MAN, Mrs. Olga M., 3222 Jackson 
St., San Francisco, Cal. (P.) 

ADAMS, Charles L., 286 Boylston St., Bos- 
ton, Mass.; h. 23 Burr St., Jamaica 
Plain, Mass. 

P.,T.— Bom New York, N. Y., Nov. 26, 
1857. Pupil of Oudinot in Paris. 
Member: Boston AC. Instr. Mass. 
Institute of Technology. 



12, 1868. Self-taught. Member: Den- 
ver AC; SWA. Awards: Gold medal. 
National Mining and Industrial Exp., 
Denver; hon. mention Pan-Am. Exp., 
Buffalo, 1901. Work: In State Uni- 
versity, Boulder, Colo.; Normal School, 
Greeley, Colo.; Kansas City, Mo.; San 
Diego, Cal.; Woman's Club, Denver, 
Colo. Director of Art. Education, Den- 
ver Public Schools. 

ADAMS, Herbert, 131 West 11th St., 
New York, N. Y. 

S. — Born West Concord. Vt., Jan. 28, 
1858. Pupil of Mass.Normal Art School; 
Merely In Paris. Member: ANA 
1898, NA 1899 (v.-pres.); SAA 1891; 
NSS (pres.); N.Y.Arch.Lg.l896; N.Y.Mu- 
nicipal AS; NAC; Century Assoc; Art 
Commission (v.-pres.); Nat.Inst.A.L. 
Awards : Hon.mention, Salon 1888 
and 1889; medal, ACPhila.1892; Colum- 
bian Exp., Chicago, 1893; gold medal, 
Charleston Exp., 1902; gold medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904. Work: Fountain, 
Fitchburg, Mass.; bronze doors and 
several statues for Library of Congress, 
Washington, D. C; bronze doors of St. 
Bartholomew's Church, New York; 
"Bust of a Young Women," Metropoli- 
tan Museum, New York. 

ADAMS, John Ottis, The Hermitage, 
Brookvllle, Ind. 

Ldscp.P.,T. — Bom Amity, Ind., July 8, 
1851. Pupil of John Parker in London; 
Benczur and Loefftz in Munich. Mem- 
ber: SWA; Indianapolis Art Assoc, 
(hon.). Awards: Bronze medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904; Fine Arts Bldg. 
prize, Chicago. 1907; hon. mention, Bue- 
nos Ayres Exp., 1910. Work: "A 
Summer Afternoon," Public Gallery, 
Richmond, Ind. 

ADAMS, John Wolcott, 70 West 11th St., 
New York, N. Y. 

I. — Bom Worcester, Bfass., Nov. 7, 1874. 
Pupil of Cox and Mowbray in New 
York; Tarbell and Benson in Boston. 
Member: SI. Illustrated "A Hoo- 
sler Romance," by James Whitcomb 
Riley; for "Century," etc. 

ADAMS, Wayman, 238 St. Joe Place. In- 
dianapolis, Ind. (P.) 

ADAMS, Mrs. Winifred, Brookvllle. Ind. 
(P.) 



ADAMS, Charles Partridge, 626 Kittredge ADAMSON, Penrhyn Stanley.— See Stan- 

Bldg.; h. 918 East 19tn Ave., Denver, law. (I.) 
Colo.; summer, "The Sketch Box," Estes 

Park, Colo. ADDA MS, Clifford, Two Gables Medway, 

Ldscp.P..T. — Born Franklin, Mass., Jan. Hendon, London, England. (P.) 

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WHO'S WHO IN ART 



ALBRIGHT 



ADELSPERGER, Mary, 59 East Van 
Buren St.; h. 4749 Lake Ave., Chicago, 
111. (S.) 

ADERENTE, Vincent, 145 West 55th St., 
New York, N. Y.; h. 43 Sherman Place, 
Jersey City, N. J. 

Mural P. — Born Naples, Italy, Feb. 20, 
1880. Pupil of Blasnfleld and Mowbray 
in New York. Member: Mural P : 
N.Y.Arch.Lg. Work: "Agrriculture," 
"Mining," ^'Manufacturing, " three lu- 
nettes U. S. Mint Bldg., Denver, Col.; 
"Indians at Council Rock/' panel. Court 
House, Youngstown. O.; "Early Dutch," 
Hotel Hampton, Albany, N. Y.; "His- 
tory and Music." Library, Youngstown, 
OL; "History of Yonkers," eleven pan- 
els. City Hall, Yonkers, N. Y. 

ADNEY, Edwin Tappan, Woodstock, 
N. B.. Canada. 

I. — Bom Athens, O., July 13, 1868. Pupil 
ASL of N.Y. Artist and special corre- 
spondent Harper's Weekly at Klondike, 
1897-8. Specialty, outdoor subjects. 

ADOLPHE, Albert Jean, 2«16 Montgom- 
ery Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 
P.,C.,T.— Born Philadelphia, Feb. 17, 
1866. Pupil of G6r0me In Paris; de 
Vrlendt In Antwerp. Member: 
Paris AAA. Instr. Industrial Art 
School, Philadelphia. Awards : Hon. 
mention, Paris Salon, 1899; hon. men- 
tion, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; 
gold medal, ACPhila.1904. 

AHL, Henry H(ammond), 12 Harcourt 
St., Boston* Mass.; h. Newburyport, 
Mass. 

P. — Born East Hartford, Conn., Dec. 
20, 1869. Pupil of Alexander Wagner, 
G4rOme and Franz Sttlck. Member: 
Boston AC. Awards : Hon. mention, 
Munich Royal Academy. Work : "In 
the Shadow of the Cross," Washington; 
"The Ancient Oak," Boston Art Club. 

AHLBORN, Emil, Fenway Studios, Bos- 
ton, Mass. (P.) 

AHREN8. Ellen Wetherald, 10 South 18th 
St., Philadelphia, Pa.; h. 11 North Ra- 
leigh Ave., Chelsea, N. J. 
P., I. — Born Baltimore, Md., June 6 
1859. Pupil of Boston Museum School 
under Grundmann; PAFA under Eak- 
1ns; Drexel Inst, under Pyle. Mem- 
ber: Plastic C; Fellowship PAFA; 
Phila.WCC; Pa.S.MIn.P; A.S.Min.P. 
Awards : Silver medal and prize, 
C.I.1901; bronze medals for oil painting 
and miniatures, St. Louis Exp.. 1904. 

AID, George Charles, care of Albert Roul- 
lier, 410 South Michigan Ave., Chicago, 
III. 

P.,I.,Engr. — Born Qulncy, 111. Pupil of 
Laurens and Constant in Paris. Mem- 
ber: Paris AAA; SWA. Awards: 
Silver medal. St. Louis Ezp., 1904. 

AIKEN, Charles A., Wellesloy Farms, 
Ma«s. 



Mural P. — Born Worcester, Mass., Sept. 
29, 1872. Pupil of Boston Museum 
School. Member: Boston AC; Cop- 
ley S. Work: Chancel decoration 
Church of the Good Shepherd, Waban, 
Mass. 



AIKMAN, Walter M(ontelth), 133 Macon 
St., Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. 
Wood Engr.,P.— Born New York, 1857. 
Studied engraving under Frank French 
and- J. G. Smithwick in New York; 
drawing and painting under Boulanger 
and Lefebvre in Paris. Awards : 
Bronze medal, Paris EiXp., 1889; medal, 
Columbian Exp., Chicago. 1893; bronze 
medal, Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901. 



AITKEN, Peter, 280 Broadway. Manhat- 
tan; h. 26A Hart St., Brooklyn, New 
York, N. Y. 

Wood Engr. — Bom Dun das, Canada, 
June 16, 1858. Pupil of Timothy Cole 
in New York; studied also In Europe. 
Awards : Medal, Columbian Exp., 
Chicago. 1893; bronze medal, Pan-Am. 
Exp., Buffalo, 1901. 



AITKEN, Robert Wngersoll), 147 Colum- 
bus Ave.; h. 510 Park Ave., New York, 
N. Y. 

S. — Born San Francisco, Cal., May 8, 
ISTS. Pupil of Mark Hopkins Inst., 
under Arthur F. Mathews and Douglas 
Tilden In San Francisco. Member: 
ANA 1909; NSS; N.Y.Arch.Lg. 
Awards : Barnett prize. NAD 1908. 
Work: McKinley monument. Golden 
Gate Park, San Francisco; Monument 
to the American Navy in Commemora- 
tion of Admiral Dewey's Victory at Ma- 
nila Bay, San Francisco; "The Flame," 
Metropolitan Museum. New York. 

AKIN, Louis, Flagstaff. Ariz. 
P.— Born In Oregon. June 6, 1868. Pupil 
of Chase and Du Mond in New York. 



ALBERT. Ernest. 42 West 39th St., New 
York, N. Y.; h. New Rochelle, N. Y. 
(P.) 

ALBRIGHT. Adam Emory, Hubbard 
Woods, 111. 

P.— Born Monroe, Wis.. Aug. 15, 1862. 
Pupil of AIC; PAFA; Munich and Paris. 
Member : Chicago SA; Chicago 
WCC, SWA; Fellowship PAFA; Chicago 
AD; AIC. Specialty, child life. 
Awards: Grower prize. AIC 1907; 
Cahn prize. AIC 1908. Work: In St. 
Louis City Art Museum; "Shadow on 
the Wall." Public Gallery, Richmond. 
Ind. 

ALBRIGHT, Henry James, The Studio 
Shop, 91 No. Pearl St.; h. 401 So. Pearl 
St., Albany, N. Y. 

P., C— Born Albany, N. Y.. July 16. 
1887. Pupil of S. L. Huntley. William 
St. John Harper, Charles I^. Hinton 
and John F. Carlston. 



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WHO'S WHO IN ART 



ALLIS 



ALEXANDER, Clifford Grear, 17 Jack- 
son Hall, Trinity Court Bldg., Boston, 
Mass. 

P.,L,C..T.--Born Sprlngfleld, Mass., 
Aug. 15, 1870. Pupil of Boston Museum 
School. 



ALEXANDER, Johanna 8., 4858 Langley 
Ave., Chicago, 111. 

P. — Born Strasburg. Germany. Pupil 
of AIC. Member : ASL. of Chicago. 



ALEXANDER, John W(hlte). 123 East 
63d St.; h. 116 East 65th St., New 
York, N. Y.; summer, Onteora Park, 
N. Y. 

Port, and Mural P. — Born Allegheny, 
Pa., Oct. 7, 1856. Studied in Munich, 
Venice and Florence. Member . 
ANA 1901. NA 1902 (pres. since 1909); 
N.Y.Arch.Lg.l901; Mural P. (v.-pres.); 
Nat.Inst.A.L. (pres.); Am. Acad.A.L. ; 
Port.P.; School A.Lg. (pres.); MacD.C. 
(pres.); SI (hon.); AIA (hon.); A.Fed.A. 
(V.-pres. and director); Socl^t^ de Pein- 
tres et Sculpteurs, Paris; Soc. Nationale 
des Beaux- Arts, Paris; Int.Soc.of ScPt. 
and Gravers (hon.); London; R.S.British 
Artists (hon.); Munich Secession; Vien- 
na Secession. Trustee, Am. Fine Arts 
Soc, N.Y.Public Library and Metropoli- 
tan Museum of Art. Awards : 
Bronze medal, Munich Acad., 1880; 
Temple gold medal, PAFA 1897; Llp- 
pincott prize. PAFA 1899; gold medal, 
Paris Exp^ 1900; gold medal, Pan -Am. 
Exp., Buffalo. 1901; Carnegie prise, 
SAA 1901; first Corcoran prize, S.Wash. 
A.1903; gold medal. St. Louis Exp., 1904; 
Chevalier Legion of Honor, 1901; first 
class medal, C.I.Pittsburgh, 1911. 
Work: "Woman in Gray," Luxem- 
bourg, Paris; "Study in Black and 
Green," "Portrait of Walt Whitman." 
and "The Ring," Metropolitan Museum, 
New York; "Pot of Basil." Boston Mu- 
seum of Fine Arts; "The Blue Bowl," 
R.I. School of Design. Providence; 
"Portrait of Fritz Thaulow." Wil- 
stach Gallery, Philadelphia; "The Quiet 
Hour," Pennsylvania Academy, Phila- 
delphia; "Portrait of Rodin, ''^ Cincin- 
nati Museum; "Girl in Pink," C.L, 
Pittsburgh; "Phyllis." St. Louis Mu- 
seum; "Sunlight," Art Institute of Chi- 
cago; "Dr. Holmes," Harvard Univ., 
Cambridge; Portraits of Dr. McCosh and 
Mrs. McCosh, and Dr. Patten, Prince- 
ton Univ.; Dr. Chandler and Dr. Van 
Amrlnge, Columbia Univ., New York; 
Mrs. Wheaton, Wheaton Seminary, 
Norton, Mass.; Mrs. Whitman, Rad- 
cllflfe Col., Cambridge; Mrs. Wooley, Mt. 
Holyoke (Mass.) Col.; Dr. Hyde, Bow- 
doin Col., Brunswick. Me.; "A Work- 
er," National Gallery, Washington; "A 
Ray of Sunlight." Soc. of Fine Arts, 
Minneapolis. Mural Paintings: "Evo- 
lution of the Book," six lunettes. Li- 
brary of Congress, Washington; "Evo- 
lution of the State." fourteen lunettes, 
Capitol, Harrisburg, Pa.; "Apotheosis 
of Pittsburgh." "Fire." "Crowning of 
I-abor." seventy-five panels, Carnegie 
Institute. Pittsburgh. 



ALEXANDER, Juiia Standish, 976 An- 
derson Ave.. New York, N. Y. 
S.,C. — Born Springfield. Mass. Pupil of 
ASL of N.Y. Member: NSC. 

ALEXANDER, Mrs. IMary L., Alexandria 
Bldg., Cincinnati, O. (P.) 

ALEXANDRE, Zeno, 25 Rue Humboldt, 
Paris, France. 

P. — Born in America. Pupil of Gustave 
Moreau and Laurens in Paris. 

ALFANO, Vincenzo, 426 East 67th St., 
New York, N. Y. 

S.— Bom Napies,' Nov. 11, 1854. Pupil 
of Inst, of Fine Arts, Naples; Domeni- 
co Morelll and FIlUppo Pailzzi. Mem- 
ber: NSS; N.Y.Arch.Lg.l901. Hon. 
Prof. Royal Academy, Naples, since 1890. 
Awards : Bronze medal, Naples E2xp.. 
1877; silver medal, Paris Exp., 1878; 
Municipal prize of 4,000 lira for "Cicero" 
Naples, 1891. 

ALKIN8, Anne Drayton, 6317 North Ca- 
mac St., Philadelphia, Pa. (Min.P.) 

ALLEN, Frederick B., 132 Marlborough 
St., Boston, Mass. (P.) 

ALLEN, Gregory S., 40 Gramercy Park, 
New York. N. Y. (S.) 

ALLEN, Joel Nott, 58 West 57th St.: 
h. 202 West 74th St., New York, N. Y. 
P.— Born Ballston. N. Y., 1866. Pupil 
of H. Siddons Mowbray. Member : 
Salma.C.1904. 

ALLEN, Marlon Boyd (Mrs. William A. 
Allen). 561 Boylston St.; h. 477 Com- 
monwealth Ave.. Boston, Mass. 
P.— Born Boston, Oct. 23, 1862. Pupil 
of Tarbell and Benson. Member: 
Copley S. 

ALLEN, Rebecca G., 132 Marlboro St., 
Boston, Mass. (P.) 

ALLEN, Thomas, 12 Commonwealth Ave.. 
Boston, Mass.; summer, Provincetown, 
Mass. 

P.— Born St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 19, 1849. 
Pupil of Royal Academy, DUsseldorf. 
Member: ANA 1884; SAA 1880: 
BostonAC; Paint and Clay Club of 
Boston (pres.); BostonSWCP (pres.); 
Copley S.1892 (v.-pres.). Trustee Bos- 
ton Museum of Fine Arts; Pres. of 
Council, Boston Museum School of 
Drawing and Painting; Pres. Interna- 
tional Jury of Award. St. Louis Exp., 
1904; chairman, since 1910, Art Commis- 
sion of the City of Boston. 

ALLENDER, Nina E., "The Woodley," 
Washington, D. C. 
P. — M ember: S.Wash.A. 

ALLIS, Genevieve, 171 Main St., Derby, 
Conn. 

P. — Bom Derby, March 15, 1864. Pupil 
of J. H. Niemeyer. J. Alden Weir. 
Henry B. Snell and Ben Foster in New 
York. Member : Paint and Clav 
CHub of New Haven; Bridgeport Art Lg. 



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WHO'S WHO IN ART 



ALLMOND, Katherlne.— See Mrs. Charles ANDREW, Richard, 173 Stratford 
A. Hulbert. West Roxbury, Mass. (P.,I..T.) 



ARCHAMBAULT 

St., 



ALTEN, Mathias J., 100 Monroe St.; h. 
35 Hope Ave., Grand Rapids, Mich. 
P.,T. — Born Gusenburg, Germany, Feb. 
13, 1871. Pupil of Constant, Laurens, 
Prinet, Girrardo and Whistler In Paris. 



Corcoran Bld^., 
h. West Fall 



AMATEIS, Louis, 327 
Washington, D. C. ; 
Church Va 
S..T.— Born Turin, Italy, Dec. 13, 1855. 
Pupil of the Royal Academy In Turin. 
Member: NSS; S.Wash.A; N.Y. 
Arch.Lg. Awards : Gold medal, 
Royal Academy, Turin; silver medal. 
National Exp., Turin, 1880. Work: 
Monument to King Victor Emmanuel 
In Turin; sculptures of the Palace of 
Fine Arts, Turin; Nathan Baldwin Me- 
morial, Milford. Conn.; "Heroes of Tex- 
as Revolution,'^ monument, and Henry 
Rosenberg, statue, Galveston, Texas; 
bronze doors West Main Entrance, 
United States Capitol, Washington, 
D. C. 

ANDERSON, A(bram) A(rchlbald). 80 
West 40th St.; h. 6 East 38th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

Port.P.— Born New York, 1847. Pupil 
of Bonnftt, Cabanel, Cormon and Coiiln 
in Paris. Member: AWCS; founder 
and hon. pres. ParlsAAA. 

ANDERSON, George M., 2459 Grandln 
Road, Cincinnati, O. (P.) 

ANDERSON, Helen, 316 Hope St., Provi- 
dence, R. 1. (P.) 

ANDERSON, Hendrick Christian, 3 Piaz- 
za del Popolo, Rome, Italy. 
S.— Born Bergen, Norway, Apr. 17, 1872; 
brought to the United States In Infancy 
and settled at Newport 1873, Studied 
in Boston, Paris, Naples, Rome. 
Work: "Fountain of 'Life"; "Jacob 
Wrestling with the Angel"; "Study of 
an Athlete," etc. 

ANDERSON, Karl, 67 West 94th St., New 
York, N. Y., and Saugatuck, Conn. 
P.,I.— Born Oxford, C, Jan. 13, 1874. 
Pupil of AIC; Colarossl Academy in 
Paris; studied In Holland, Italy and 
Madrid. Member: Am.PS; SI; 
Salma.C; MacD.C. Awards: Sliver 
medal, CI. Pittsburgh 1910. Work: 
"The Idlers." Art Institute of Chicago. 

ANDERSON, Marti nus, 23 West Maryland 
St., Indianapolis, Ind.; h. R. F. D. 21. 
Bridgeport, Ind.; summer, 712 South 
Washington St., CrawfordsvlUe, Ind. 
P.,I. — Born Peru, Ind., Aug. 13, 1878. 
Pupil of J. Ottls Adams and William 
Forsyth. 

ANDERSON, Oscar, 78 Rocky Neck Ave.; 
h. 138 Mt. Pleasant Ave., Gloucester, 
Mass. 

P. — Bom Gotland, Sweden, July 31. 
1873. Pupil of Charles No«l Flagg In 
Hartford. Member: Conn.AFA. 

ANDRADE, Mary FraU, 5834 Ashland 
Ave., West Philadelphia, Pa. (P.) 



ANDREWS, 

Fernow. 



Bern Ice Pauahl. See Mrs^ 



ANDREWS, Ellphalet Frazer, Theolog- 
ical Seminary, P. O., Va. 
P. — ^Bom Steubenvllle, O., June 11, 
1835. Pupil of DUsseldorf Academy 
under Knaus; Bonnftt In Paris. Direct- 
or of the Corcoran School of Art, Wash- 
ington, D. C, 1877-1902. Work: Por- 
traits of Martha Washi ngt on. Jeffer- 
son. Garfield, etc.. In the White House. 

ANDREWS, Helen F., Farmington, Conn. 
(P.) 

ANDREWS, Marietta M(lnnigerode) 
(Mrs. E. F. Andrews). Theological 
Seminary. P. O., Va.. (P.) 

ANKENEY, John S(ltes). 906 Conley 
Ave., Columbia. Mo. 
P.,T.— Bom Xenia, O., April 21, 1870. 
Pupil of Chase, Du Mond and St. Gau- 
dens In New York; Lefebvre, Aman- 
Jean, Tudor-Hart and Collin in Paris. 
Member: Western Drawing and 
M.T. Assoc; Kansas City Arts Club; 
Inter.Fed.for Art Teaching. Work : 
Portrait of R, H. Jesse, Pres. Univer- 
sity of Missouri. 



166 Carnegie Hall, 



ANNAN, Alice H<, 
New lOrk N. Y. 
P.— Born New York. Pupil of ASL of 
N.Y., Henry B. Snell and Ben Foster. 

ANNAN, Sylvester Papln, 900 Carleton 
Bldg., St. Louis, Mo.; h. 200 Plant Ave., 
Webster Groves, Mo. 
P., C, Arch. — Born St. Louis, May 11, 
1866. Pupil of Boulanger, Lefebvre and 
Lulgi Loir in Paris. Member: St. 
Louis Arch.C; St. Louis AG. 

ANTLERS. Max H., 61 West 10th St.. 
New York. N. Y. 

P.,I.,T. — Born Berlin, Germany, May 2. 
1873. Pupil of Lefebvre and Robert- 
Fleury in Paris. Member: Salma.C. 

APPEL, Charles P., 108 Fulton St., New 
York, N. Y. 

P. — Born Brookl3m. N. Y., July 11, 1857. 
Pupil of Chase and Mora in New York. 
Member: Salma.C,1906. 

APPLEGATE, Frank G., West State and 
Willow Sts., Trenton, N. J. 
P.,1.-— Born Atlanta, m.. Feb. 9, 1882. 
Pupil of Verlet In Paris; F. F. Fred- 
erick In Trenton. 

ARCHAMBAULT, A. Margaretta, 1710 
Chestnut St.; h. 426 South 40th St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Port, and Min.P.,T. — ^Bom Philadelphia. 
Pupil of PAFA; Julian Academy In 
Paris. Member: Pa.S.Min.P. (sect.). 
Fellowship PAFA; Plastic C. Work: 
"Michael HlUegas." Independence Hall, 
Philadelphia; ^' Judge William liaclay 
Hall," Law Court, Chamberaburg, Pa.; 
"Rev. Charles D. Cooper," Church of 
the Holy Apostles, Philadelphia. 



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CECILIA BEAUX, N. A. 



J. CABHOLL BECKWITH, N. A 



ARMS 



ARMS, Jessie, 142 East 33rd St., 
York, N. Y.; h. Leonla, N. J. 
Mural P., I.— Bom Chicago, HI., May 27, 
1883. Pupil of AIC; John C. Johansen 
and Charles Woodbury. Member: 
Chicago SA. 

ARMSTRONG, D(avld) Maltland, 61 
Washington Square, S.; h. 68 West 10th 
St., New York, N. Y. 
P.,C. — Born Newburgh, N. Y.. Apr. 16, 
1836. Pupil of Merson in Paris. Mem- 
ber: SAA.1879: ANA 1906; Mural P.; 
N. Y.Arch.Lg. ; Century Asso. Cheva- 
lier Legion of Honor, France. Ope- 
cialty, stained glass. 

ARNOLD, Axel, 1429 Michigan Ave., Chi- 
cajgo, nL (P.) 

ARNOLD, F. Mcintosh, 61 West 10th St., 
New York, N. Y. 
I. — M ember: Salma.C.1898. 

ARNOLD. Harry, 231 61st Place, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

P.,1.,T. — Bom Penzance, England. Pu- 
pil of South Kensington School, Lon- 
don; Colarossi, Paris. 

ARNSTEIN, Helen, 2112 Pacific Ave., San 
Francisco, Cal. (P.) 

ARNSTEIN, Gertrude, 2112 Pacific Ave., 
Sian Francisco, Cal. (P.) 

ARTHUR, Robert. Century Assoc, 7 West 
43d St., New York, N. Y. (P.) 

ARTHURS, Stanley M(assey). 1616 Rod- 
ney St.; h. 2108 Boulevard, Wilmlngrton, 
Del. 

Mural P.,L — ^Born Kenton, Del., Nov. 27, 
1877. Pupil of Howard Pvle. Mem- 
ber: Sarma.C; SL Work: "Occupa- 
tion of Little Rock, Ark., by Federal 
Troops," Oovemor's Room, State Cap- 
itol, St. Paul, Minn.; iUustrated. "The 
War of 1812," by Capt. A. T. Mahan; 
"The Blgelow Papers'*; "The ChUdren's 
Longfellow," etc. 

ASBJORSEN, Slgvald, 7122 Ingleside 
Ave., Chicago, ill. 

S. — ^Born Christlania, Norway, 1867. 
Pupil of B. Bergslieu and M. Skeibrok, 
Middeltun, Norway. 

ASHE, Edmund M., 116 Baat 66th St.. 

New York, N. Y. 

P.,I.,T.— M ember: NYWCC; SI. 

ASHFORD, Prank CllfTord, 25 Ave. du 
Maine, Paris, France. 
P. — ^Pupil of Chase in New York. 

ASHLEY, Anita C, 84 West 64th St., 
New York, N. Y. 
P.— M ember: N.Y. Woman's AC. 

ASHLEY. Clifford WUrren), 1616 Rodney 
St., Wilmington, Del.; summer, New 
Bedford, Mass. 

Mural P.,I.— Bora New Bedford, Mass., 
Dec. 18, 1881. Pupil of Howard Pyle. 



WHO'S WHO iN iUfr 

New 



BAER 



Work: "The Whaling Industry," 
Public Library, New Bedford. Mass.; 
author and illustrator of "A Corner in 
Four Posters" and "The Blubber 
Himters." 

ATKINS, Albert H(enry), 74 N. Main St., 
Providence, R. I. 
S.— M ember: NSS. 



AUDIGIER, 
(P.) 



E. D., Knoxville, Tenn. 



AUSTIN, Amanda P., Hotel Nicole, 19 rue 
Pierre Nicole, Paris, France. 
P.— Pupil of E. Renard and Deleduse 
in Paris. 

AVERY, Claire, Brookhaven, L. L, N. T. 
L,C.,T.— Bom Sterling, N. Y., March 
31, 1879. Member: Union Inter.dee 
Beaux-Arts et des Lettres. 



AVERY, Faith, 45 
York, N. Y. (I.) 



West 34th St., New 



AYLWARD. William James, 61 West 
10th St.. New York, N. Y. 
I. — ^Bom Milwaukee, Wis., Sept. 6, 1875. 
Member: SI. Award: Shaw pur- 
chase, Sklma.C.1911. Specialty, marines. 

AYTON, Charles William, 8 Rue de Bag- 
neux; h. 91 Rue du Cherche Midi, Paris, 
France. 

S. — Bom St. Louis, Mo. Pupil of Du- 
bois and Oauqui6 in Paris; St. Gaudens 
in U.S. Awards: Hon. mention* 
Paris Salon, 1903; bronze medal, St. 
Louis Eixp., 1904. 

BABB, Qeorae F., 3 West 29th St., New 
York, N. Y. (P.) 

BABCOCK, R(lchard), Fayerweather, 
Dean-Hicks Co., Grand Rapids, Mich.; 
h. 6063 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, IlL 
Mural P., I. — ^Bem Denmark, la., June 
4, 1887. Pupil of AIC. Member: 
ASL of Chicago. Work: "Russians 
Outside Port Arthur." U. S. Grant 
Hotel, San Diego, Cal. 

BACON, Charles R(oswell), 162 West 
65th St., New York, N. Y^ h. South 
Salem, Westchester Co., N. Y. 
Mural P. — Bom New York. Sept. 22, 
1868. Pupil of Constant. Lefebvre, Dou- 
cet and Collin In Paris. Work: 
Decorations in Union Trust Company 
and Nineteenth Ward Bank, New York. 

BACON, Irving R., R. F. D. No. 4, Red- 
ford. Mich. 

P.— Born Fitchburg, Mass., Nov. 29, 
1876. Pupil of Heinrich von Ztigel in 
Munich. Member: SWA. (Assoc.). 
Work: "Village Street Scene," Louis- 
ville Assoc; "The Little Old Man of 
the Woods," D. & C. Steamer, Detroit. 

BAER, Lillian, 601 liadison Ave., New 
York. N. Y. 

S.— Born New York, March SO, 1887. 
Pupil of Alphone Mucha and James B. 
Fraser. 



BAER 

BAER, 



WHO'S WHO IN AttT 

226 West GBth BAKER, Qeoi 



St., kew rorlc, N. T. 

Baat Orange, N. J.; 

Point, South DarUDQuth, Masa. 
M In. P.— Bom ClncInnsU, O., Jan. 29, 
ISBO. Pupil of McMlckea School of De- 
Blgn, Cincinnati; Royal Academy, Mu- 
nich. Member: Am.S.MIn.P. (pre>.). 
Awards: Bronie medal, Paris Bxp., 
1900; bronia medal. Pan.Am.Exp., Buf- 
falo. 1901; silver medal, Ctiarleaton 
"~ ■'"" Work: ■■Nymph," Walt- 
Baltlmore; '■Lady In Pink," 
HBjnburK; "Daphi 



iroe H(arhert 
Norlh Fifth f 

Bom Muncie, Ind., 



BALL 

13 U Main 
Richmond, 



, FarlB, ] 



STB (Wen 

Jaffa CoU. , „, 

Brooklyn lUBtlCute Museum. 






BAKER, I 



n Jouphlne, 410 Bast Gver- 



BAERUAN. Luclui E., Copenhagen, 
N. Y. (P.) 

BAQQ, Louise Eieanora, 2 Rue Plerre- 
Gharron, Paris, France, 

—Bom Sprlngfleld, Masa. Pupil of 



, 19D4. 






green Ave., Chestnut H^iU. Philadelphia, 

Pa. 

Mln.P. 

1889. 

BAKER, 



. Philadelphia, Jan. S, 

Pupil of Chase and PAFA. 
: PlasUc C. 



Chicago, 



BAILEV, Cora (.(oulaa), 33 La Grange 
BC.; h. l&T West Brookllne St., Bos- 

P..6.,T.— Born West Newton, Itass., 
Oct., 1870. Pupil of Mass. Normal Art 
School and Boston Museum School. 

BAILEY. Henry T(urntr), North Scltu- 



BAKER, Mary F(i 

delet St., New Or: 
P.— Bom New Oi 
Fupil of Newcomi 



1221 E:a3t ETth St., 

rsncei). 22€: Caron- 
Oct. 2g 1879. 



<^CI. £9, 10 iV. 

School; PAFA. 

. New Orleans Art Assoc. 
Silver medal. New Orleans 



BAKER, Samuel Burtls. 31 Melrose St., 



BAKER, 8. Oscar, 

Parte, France. 



Blvd. Raspall, 
3 and Richard 



■ ' Chautauqua Summer i 
and Crafts. 

omi-c)^, Vernon Hows, Carleton a 
BTatlron Bldg., New York, N. Y. 



Arts and Crafts. 
BAILEY, Vernon Hows, Carleton ^udlo. 



BALDWIN, Clarencs E(dgar>, I6G 11th 
St.. Hoboken. N. J. 

P., I.— Bom Hopewell, Duchess Co., 
N. T., Apr. IS, IBSZ. Fupll of Munich 
Academy under Carl Marr; ASL of 
N.y. under Chase. Member: Salma. 
C. Work : "Portrait" and ■■Ready for 
Shopping" in State Capitol, Dea Moines, 

BALDWIN, Edith F., 11 Cedar St., 

Worcester, Mass. (P.) 
BALDWIN, Eathar. See Mrs. Oliver H. 

WlUlams. 
BALFOUR, Helen, Riverside, 111. (P.) 

Worth [ngton, 218 West 
It., Baltimore, Md. 

.. _- Boston. Pupil of 

Courtois and Hitchcock in Paris. 
BAKER Mrs BllEabeth Oowdy, B9S Mad- BALL. Carolina Peddle (Mrs. Bertrand 



BAINBRIDQE, F. Edith, S3D Ocean Park- 
way, Brooklyn, New Tork, N. T. 
P., I., T.— Bom Brooklyn. Apr. 8, 1886. 
Pupil of Pratt Institute. Anna Flshei 
and Emest Blumenscheln. Member 



abI'.. Cooper Union and N.T.SchooI of 
Art In New York; Cowles Art School In 
Boston; Frederick Freer In Chlcagn; 
PA7A. Member: NAC. Specialty. 
portraits in water color. 

BAKER, Frederic Van VIIM, 39 West 
«7th St., Now York, N. Y. 

P..T.— Bom New TTork, Nov. «. 1876, 
Pupil of Pratt Inst., Brooklyn; Courtois 
In Paris. Member: Balma.C. ; Assoc. 
Soc.Nat.des Benux-Arts, 1901. Instruct- 
or, Pratt Institute. 



„..,, Westtleld, N. . 

Jom Terre Haute, 

Pupil of Augustus 



Work; "Victory" in quadriga In O. 
B. building at Paris Exp., 1900: memo- 
rial corbeFs, ^ " 

"" Biiaer at., bouui 

. Rosalie Cottage, 
Diamond Tjh n, CaasopoUs, Mich. 
P.. I.— Bom Mt. Vernon, O., July 4, 
1S5&. Self-tauKht. M e m b « r : dhica- 
KO SA. 



BALL 



WHO'S WHO IN ART 



BARNEY 



BALL, Mary Roberts, 4446 Frankford 
Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. (P.) 

BALL, Ruth, 3303 Reading: Road, Cin- 
cinnati, O. (P.) 

BALL, Thomas W(atson). 142 East 18th 
St., New York, N. Y. 
P., C— Born New York. July 7, 1863. 
Pupil of ASL of N.Y. Member: SW- 
ma.C. 

BALL IN, Florence, 30 West 59th St., 
New York. N. Y. (P.) 

BALLIN, Hugo, Saugatuck, Conn. 
Mural P.— Born New York, N. Y., 
March 7, 1879. Pupil of ASL of N.Y.; 
studied in Rome and Florence. Mem- 
ber: ANA 1906; Mural P; N.Y. Arch. 
Lg; AWCS; Lotos C; Nat.Inst.A.L.; 
Union Inter, des Beaux- Arts, Paris; 
Arts Club, Rome, Italy. Awards: 
Shaw purchase, SAA 1906; President's 
prize, N.Y.Arch.Lg.l906; Clarke prize, 
NAD 1906; second Hallgrarten prize, 
NAD 1907; Isldor medal, NAD 1907; 
N.Y.Arch.Lg.l908; bronze medal, Bue- 
nos Aires Exp., 1910. Work: "The 
European Sybil" and "The Lesson" in 
National Gallery, Washington; "Under 
the Pergola," Municipal Gallery, Mont- 
clair, N. J.: ten paintings on ceiling 
and walls of Governor's Room, Capitol, 
Madison, Wis. 

BANCROFT, Mrs. Lena T., 47 Deering 
St., Portland, Me. 

P. — Born in Maine. Pupil of Boston 
Museum School; ASL of N.Y. Mem- 
ber: Copley S.1893. 

BANCROFT, Milton Herbert, 68 West 
67th St., New York, N. Y. 
P.,I.,T. — Born Newton, Mass., Jan. 1, 
1867. Pupil of Mass.Normal Art School 
in Boston; Courtois, Callot, Delance 
and Girardot in Paris. Member: 
Salma.C.1904; Phila.Sketch C; N.Y. 
Arch.Lg.l907. 

BANISTER, Mary W. See Mrs. Redfleld. 

BANKS, Jesse, 704 West End Ave., New 
York, N. Y. (P.) 

BARBER, Alice. See Mrs. Charles H. 
Stephens. 

BARBER, Mary D., Bolinas, Marin 
County, Cal. (P.) 

BARKER, M(ary) C(hamberlaln), 68 
West 67th St., New York, N. Y.; sum- 
mer, Gilmanton, N. H. 
Port.P.— Born New York, May 7, 1866. 
Pupil of Cox and Volk. 

BARKLEY, Howell, 171 West 97th St., 
New York, N. Y. (Mln.P.) 

BARLOW, Myron, 114 Theodore St., De- 
troit. Mich.; and Tripled, Etaples 
(Pas-de-CaJais), France. 
P.— Bom Ionia, Mich., 1873. Pupil of 
AIC; G4rOme and Ecole des Beaux -Arts 
in Paris. Member: Paris AAA. 



Awards: Gold medal, St. Louis 
Exp., 1904. Work: "Mother Love," 
Pennsylvania Academy, Philadelphia. 

BARLOW, T. Noble, St. Ives, Cornwall. 
England. 

P. — ^Born Manchester, England, 1861. 
Citizen of United States, 1887. Pupil of 
Lefebvre, Delance and Constant in 
Paris. A wa r d s : Third class medal, 
Paris Salon, 1899; silver medal, Paris 
Exp., 1900. 

BARNARD, Qeorge Grey, 464 Fort Wash- 
ington Ave., New York, N. Y. 
S.— Born Belief on te. Pa., May 24, 1863. 
Pupil of AIC; earlier at the Ecole des 
Beaux-Arts in Paris. Member: 
Assoc. Soc.Nationale des Beaux-Arts, 
France; Nat.Inst.A.L. Awards : Gold 
medal, Paris Exp., 1900; gold medal. 
Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901; gold medal, 
St. Louis Exp., 1904. Work: "Two 
Natures," Metropolitan Museum; "Pan," 
Central Park, New York; "I Peel Two 
Natures," Art Institute of Chicago; 
"Labor," State Capitol, Harrisburg, Pa. 



BARNARD, Josephine W., 664 Franklin 
St., Buffalo, N. Y. (P.) 

BARNES, E(rnest) H(arrlson), 83 Broad 
St., Hillsdale, Mich.; summer, Glouces- 
ter, Mass. 

P. — Born Portland, Chautauqua Co., 
N. Y., May 10, 1873. Pupil of Will Howe 
Foote and Henry R. Poore. 

BARNES, Fay M., 2623 Hampden Court, 
Chicago, 111. 
P.— Pupil of AIC. 

BARNES, Gertrude J(ame8on) (Mrs. 
Henry A. Barnes), 1812 Emerson Ave., 
South, Minneapolis, Minn. 
P. — Born Tyngsboro, Mass., Oct. 23, 
1866. Pupil of Minneapolis School of 
Fine Arts under Douglas Volk; Cowles 
Art School in Boston under Dennis M. 
Bunker; Snell and Lathrop in New 
York; C. H. Woodbury. Member: 
Artists League of Minneapolis; 
Awards: First prize for landscape, 
Minnesota State Art Soc, 1904; hon. 
mention, Minnesota State Art Soc, 
1908 and 1910. Work: "In the 
Orchard." Minnesota State Art Society, 
St. Paul; "A Gray Day." Minneapolis 
Art Society; "Trees by the Sea," 
Woman's Club, Minneapolis 

BARNES, Hiram Putnam, Waltham. 
Mass. 

I.— Born Boston, Mass.. Apr. 1, 1867. 
Pupil of Fernand Lungren and Chllde 
Hassam. 

BARNETT, Tom P., Century Bldg., St. 
Louis, Mo. (P.) 

BARNEY, Alice. See Mrs. Christian 
Helmick. 

BARNEY, J. Stewart, 40 West 38th St., 
New York, N. Y. (S..Arch.) 



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BARTON 



BARNHORN, Clement J(ohn). Art Mu- 
seum; h. 818 Broadway, Cincinnati, O. 
S. — ^Bom Cincinnati, 1857. Pupil of 
Rebisso in Cincinnati; Bouguereau, 
Peuch, Mercl6, Ferrier and Julian 
Aca demy in Paris. Member: NSS; 
SWA; Cincinnati AC. Awards: 
Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 1895; bronze 
medal, Paris Eixp., 1900; hon. mention. 
Pan -Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver 
medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. work: 
'^Theodore Thomas," Cincinnati Music 
HaU; "Fountain," Shortridge Hlsh 
School, Indianapolis; fountain figure, 
Prince George Hotel, New York; 
"Fountain." Hugh High School. Cin- 
cinnati; "Magdalen," Cincinnati Art 
Museum; "Portrait Bust," Public Libra- 
ry. Cincinnati; "Madonna and Child," 
Cathedral facade, Covington, Ky. 

BARNITZ, Henry Wilson, Glenview Park, 

P.*,C.,T. — Born Berwick, Pa. Pupil of 
Eaklns and Hovenden at PAFA. 
Member: Chicago SA; Chicago 
WCC; SWA (hon.); Fellowship PAFA. 

BARNUM, Emily Keene, Lugano, Swit- 
zerland. 

P., T.— Born New York, N. Y., March 29, 
1874. Pupil of Vlbert in Paris; Irving 
R. Wiles in New York and ASL of 
N.Y. Member: Pen and Brush Club. 
Specialty, water color. 

BARRATT. George W., 1013 Shallows 
Ave., Wilmington, Del. (I.) 

BARRETT, Elizabeth Hunt (Mrs. Ed- 
ward N. Barrett), Bedford Hills, N. Y. 
P.— Born New York, N. Y., Jan. 9, 1863. 
Pupil of NAD. 

BARRETT, Laura A., West New Bright- 
on, S. I., and National Arts Club, 14 
Gramercy Park, New York, N. Y. (P.) 

BARSE, George R(andolph), Jr., Kato- 
nah, Westchester Co., N. Y.; and Cen- 
tury Assoc, 7 West 43d St., New York, 
N. Y. 

P.'— Bom Detroit, Mich., July 31, 1861. 
Pupil of Cabanel, Boulanger and Le- 
febvre in Paris. Member: ANA 
1898, NA 1900; SAA 1899; Century As- 
soc. Awards: First Hallgarten 
prize, NAD 1895; Shaw Fund purchase, 
SAA 1898; silver medal. Pan-Am.Exp., 
Buffalo, 1901. Work: Eight panels in 
Library of Congress, Washington. D. C. 

BARTHOLDI, Manuel, 15 Rue d'Alesla, 
Paris, France. 

P.—Bom New York, N. Y., Sept. 9. 
1874. Pupil of Cormon and Laurens in 
Paris. Awards: Medal, second class. 
Paris Salon, 1904; second medal, Liege 
Exp., 1905. Work: "The Two 
Friends," Luxembourg Museum, Paris. 

BARTHOLOMEW, Charles L. ("Bart"), 
1920 James Ave., S. Minneapolis, Minn.; 
summer, Birch Bluff, Eureka, Minn. 
I., Cartoonist. —Born Charlton. la., Feb. 
10, 1869. Member of staff '^Minneapo- 
11s Journal." Illustrated "Bandit 
Mouse," "Pirate Frog" and other books 
for children. 



BARTLETT, Frederic Clay, 2901 Prairie 
Ave., Chicago, IlL; summer. Lake Ge- 
neva, Wis. 

P. — Bom Chicago, June 1, 1873. Pupil 
of Gysls in Munich; Collin, Aman-Jean 
and Whistler in Paris. Member: 
Chicago SA; SWA; Mural P.; Royal 
Academy. Munich. Awards : Sliver 
medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; hon. men- 
tion, C.LPittsburgh, 1908; Cahn prize, 
AIC 1910. Work: Mural paintings 
and windows, Chicago University Club; 
mural paintings. University of Cfhicago; 
Second Presbyterian Church; Council 
Chamber, City Hall, Chicago; landscape, 
"Roman Afternoon," Carnegie Institute, 
Pittsburgh. 

BARTLETT, G. Waldron, 167 Bay 28th 
St., Bensonhurst, N. Y. 
P.,T. — Born in New York. Pupil of L. 
L. Lowell, Paul Nefflen, T. S. Noble and 
William M. Chase. 

BARTLETT, Madeleine A., 176 Massa- 
chusetts Ave., Boston, Mass.; summer, 
47 Saunders St., North Weymouth, 
Mass. 

S. — Bom Woburn, Mass. Pupil of 
Henry H. Kltson. 

BARTLETT, M. Ellsworth, 611 East 12th 
St., Indianapolis, Ind. 
P., I. — Bom Seymour, Ind., June W, 
1890. Pupil of Wheeler, Stark and 
Forsyth. Member: Indiana ArtistB 
Assoc. 

BARTLETT, Otto, 8 Villa Michel Ange, 
Rue Bastlen Lepage, Paris, France. 
P. — Born New York. 

BARTLETT, Paul W(ayland), 16 Rue du 
Commandeur, Paris, France; and Third 
and Randolph Sts., N. E., Washington, 
D. C. 

S. — Bom New Haven, Conn., 1865. Pupil 
of Cavelier, Fr6miet and Rodin in Pans. 
Member: NSS; Nat.Inst.A.L; Am. 
Acad.A.L.; Paris AAA (acting pres.); 
Ro3ral Acad. of Belgium (As- 
soc); Institute of France (Cor.). 
Awards : Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 
1887; gold medal. Pan-Am.Exp., Buf- 
falo, 1901; grand j;>rize, St. Louis Exp., 
1904; first medal. Liege Exp., 1905; Che- 
valier of the Legion of Honor, 1895 
Officer, 1908. Work: "Bear Tamer," 
Metropolitan Museum, New York; 
monument to Joseph Warren, Boston; 
Puritans," Capitol at Hartford, C:U)nn.; 
decorative figures. New York Publio 
Library; equestrian "Lafayette," Square 
of the Louvre, Paris; "Reading Figure" 
and "Erect Figure," Pennsylvania 
Academy; "Columbus" and "Michel- 
angelo," Library of Congress, Washing- 
ton. D. C; pediment. House of Repre- 
sentatives, Washington, D. C. (In hand). 

BARTLETT, Truman Howe, Institute of 
Technology; h. 3 Revere St., Boston, 
Mass. 
S.,T. — Born In Vermont. 

BARTON, Nancy E., 867 Main St., 
Worcester, Mass. (P.) 



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BEAU LEY 



BA8INQ, Charles, 298 Fulton St., Brook- 
lyn, New York, N. Y. (P.) 

BAS8ETT, H. Ellsworth, 66 Leslie St., 
Newark, N. J. 
P., I.— Born Washingrton, D. C, Feb. 1, 

1875. Pupil of Laurens and Qirardot 
in Paris. 

BATEMAN, John M., 145 West 65th St.; 
h. 40 Gramercy Park, New York, N. Y. 
S.— Bom CedarvlUe, N. J., Feb. 14. 
1877. Pupil of School of Industrial Arts. 
Philadelphia; PAFA; Charles Qrafly; 
studied in Paris. A wa r d s : Cresson 
European Scholarship. 1905; Cresson 
Two Year Scholarship, 1906-1907. 

BATES, Bertha Corson Day (Mrs. D. M. 
Bates). Greenhill Ave., Wllminarton. 

P.,I.— Bom Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 20. 

1876. Pupil of Howard Pyie. Mem- 
ber: Plastic C. 

BATHURST, Clyde C, 2200 Arch St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

S. — Born Mount Union. Pa., Jan. 8, 
1883. Pupil of Grafly in Philadelphia. 

BAUM. Walter E(mer8on), Sellersville, 
Bucks Co., Pa. 

P..I. — Born Sellersville, Dec. 14, 1884. 
Pupil of William T. Trego and PAFA. 
Member: Fellowship PAFA. 

BAUMQARD, George, 17 Beekman Place. 
New York, N. Y. (L) 

BAUMANN, Qustave, Fine Arts Bldg., 
Chicago. III. (Etcher.) 

BAUS, 8. P., care of Post Office, Indian- 
apolis, Ind. (P.) 

BAXTER, Martha Wheeler, 58 West 57th 
St., New York, N. Y. 
Min.P.,S.— Born Castleton. Vt., 1869. 
Pupil of PAFA; ASL of N.Y. under 
Mowbray, Cox. Beckwith and F. V. Du 
Mend; min. painting under Mme. de 
Billemont-Chardon and Mile. Schmitt in 
Paris, and Mme. Behenna in London; 
tempera under Sartorelli in Venice. 
Member: ASL of N.Y. (life) ; Fel- 
lowship PAFA; Art Workers C; N.Y. 
Woman's AC; Wolfe Art Students C; 
Studio C. Award: Hon. mention, 
Paris Exp., 1900. 

BAYHA, Edwin F., 524 Walnut St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. (I.) 

BAYLIES, Lilian. See Mrs. Albert R. 
Green. 

BAY LOSS, Zelma, 649 Lexington Ave.. 
New York N. y . 

Port.P.^.,4'.— Born Butka, Hungary, 
1868. Pupil of Low, Ward and C. Y. 
Turner in New York; Courtois. Prinet 
and Beaux-Arts In Paris. Member: 
Paris Woman's AA. 

BEACH, Chester, care of T. L. Leeming, 
99 Chambers St., New York, N. Y.; and 
36 Via Gregorina, Rome, Italy. 



S.— Born San Francisco, Cal.. May 2S, 
1881. Pupil of Verlet and Roland in 
Paris. Member: ANA 1908; NSS. 
Award: Barnett prize, NAD 1909. 

BEAL, QlfTord, 27 West 67th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

P.— Born in 1879. Member: ANA 1908; 
AWCS; NAC; Salma.C.1900; Lotos C. 
Award: Third prize ($100), Worces- 
ter. Mass.. 1903; bronze medal, St. Louis 
Bxp.. 1904; Shaw Fund. SalnuuC, 1909; 
first Hallgarten prize, NAD 1910. 

BEAL, Reynolds, 318 West 67th St., New 
York. N. Y. 

P.— Born New York City. 1867. PupU 
of Chase. Member: NYWCC; ANA 
1909; Salma.C.1898; NAC; Lotos C; 
AWCS. Awards: Hurley W. C. 
prize. SaIma.C.1902. 

BEALS, Gertrude. See Mrs. Frank A. 
Bourne. 

BEALS, Mrs. Grace Rumsey, 214 Dela- 
ware Ave., Buffalo. N. Y. (P.) 

BEARD, Adella Belle, Flushing. L. L, 
N. Y. 

P.,I. — Born PainesviUe, C; sister of 
Daniel C. Beard. Pupil of Cooper Union 
and ASL of N.Y. under Wyatt E2aton 
and Chase. Author and illustrator, 
with sister Lina, of "Little Folks 
Handy Book." etc. 

BEARD, Daniel Carter ("Dan Beard"), 
87 Bowne Ave., Flushing, L. I., N. Y. 
P.,I. — Born Cincinnati, O.. June 21, 
1850; son of James Henry Beard, N.A. 
Pupil of Sartain and Beckwith at ASL 
of N.Y. Member: SI. Specialty, 
animals and illustrating books on out- 
door life. 

BEARD, James Carter, 2413 Milan SL, 
New Orleans, La. 

I. — Born Cincinnati, O., June 6, 1837; 
brother of Daniel C. Beard. Specialty, 
animals — "Billy Possum." etc. 

BEARD, LIna, Flushing, L. L, N. Y. 
I. — Born Cincinnati, O.; sister of Dan- 
iel C. Beard. Pupil of Cooper Union 
and ASL of N.Y. Author and illus- 
trator, with her sister Adelia. of "Little 
Folks Handy Book." etc. 

BEATTY, John W(esley), Richland 
Road, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
P..Btcher.— Born Pittsburgh, 1861. Pu- 

Sil of Munich Academy of Fine Arts, 
[ember: Pittsburgh Art Soc. ; Pitts- 
burgh Artists' Assoc; Amateur Pho- 
tographers* Soc. (hon.). Pittsburgh; 
Society of Arts, London. Director Dept. 
of Fine Arts, Carnegie Institute. Pitts- 
burgh, since 1896. work: "Plymouth 
Hills," National Oallery, Washington, 
D. C. 

BEAU LEY, William Jean, 869 West End 
Ave., New York. N. Y. 
P.— Born Jollet, 111., Sept. 15. 1874. Pu- 
pil of Henri in New York; Yvon in Paris. 
Member: N.Y.Arch.Lg.; Salma.C.1908. 
Award: Arch.Lg. prize. 1912. 



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BEAUMONT, Arthur, Cornwall. Engrland. 

BEAUMONT, Lilian A(dele). 23 Alveston 
St., Jamaica Plain, Boston, Mass. 
P.,T. — Born Jamaica Plain. Mass.. May 
18, 1880. Pupil of School of Boston 
Museum under Benson. Tarbell and 
Philip Hale. 

BEAUREQARD, Donald, 3 Rue Vercin- 
setorix, Paris. France. 
P. — Bom Fillmore. U. S. Pupil of Lau- 
rens in Paris. 

BEAUX, Cecilia, 20 Gramercy Park, New 
York. N. Y.; summer, East Gloucester. 
Mass. 

P.,T.— Born Philadelphia, Pa. Pupil of 
William Sartain in Philadelphia; Julian 
and Lazar schools in Paris. Mem- 
ber: SAA 1893; ANA 1894. NA 1902; 
Port.P.; NAC; Soc. des Beaux- Arts, 
Paris; FeUowship PAFA; Phila.WCC 
(hon.). Awards : Mary Smith prize, 
PAFA. 1885. 1887. 1891 and 1892; gold 
medal. ACPhila.1893; Dodge prize. NAD 
1893; bronze medaJ. CLPittsburgh. 1896; 
first class gold medal ($1,500). C.I.Pitts- 
burgh, 1899; Temple gold medal. PAFA. 
1900; gold medal. Paris Exp., 1900; gold 
medal, Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo. 1901; 
first Corcoran prize. S.Wash.A., 1902; 
gold medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 
Work: "A New England woman." 
Pennsylvania Academy, Philadelphia. 

BECHER, Arthur E., 321 West 65th St., 
New York. N. Y. 

I. — Born Freiberg, Germany, July 29, 
1877. Pupil of Louis Mayer and Howard 
Pyle. 

BECK, H. K., Y. M. C. A. Block. Elgin. 
111. (P.) 

BECK, Martha A., Elgin. 111. (P.) 

BECK, Martin A., Elgin. III. (P.) 

BECK, Otto Walter, 409 Washington 
Ave.. Brooklyn, New York, N. Y.; sum- 
mer. Moore's Mills. Dutchess Co., N. Y. 
P.— Born Dayton, O., March 11. 1864. 
Pupil of Munich Academy under Gysis. 
and LoefEtz; sculpture under RUmann. 
Member: N. Y.Arch.Lg. ; NAC. 
Awards: First prize. National com- 
petition for mural decoration of the 
City Hall, Cincinnati, 1897. Wo r k : 
"The Life of Christ." U. S. Grant High 
School, Dayton, O.; "Portrait of a 
Lady," Brooklyn Institute Museum; 
Mural decoration, ceiling of City Hall. 
Cincinnati. O. 

BECK, Raphael, 307 Law Exchange, Buf- 
falo, N. Y. (P.,S.) 

BECKER, Mrs. See Dix. Eulabee. 

BECKETT. Marlon H., 306 West 88th St., 
New York. N. Y. (P.) 

BECKINQTON, Alice, Carnegie Studios. 
154 West 57th St.. New York, N. Y.; 
summer. Scltuate. Mass. 



Min.P..T.— Born St. Charles. Mo., July 
30, 1868. Pupil of ASL of N.Y. under 
BeckWith; Constant. Lefebvre and La- 
zar in Paris. Member: Am.S.Min.P.; 
Pa.Soc.Min.P. Awards: Hon. men- 
tion. Pan-Am.Exp.. Buffalo. 1901; 
bronze medal. St. Louis Exp.. 1904. 

BECKMAN, Jessie, Kenton, O. (P.) 

BECKWITH, Arthur, 434 Montgomery 
Block, San Francisco. Cal. (P.) 

BECKWITH, JCames) Carroll, 57 West 
45th St., New York. N. Y.; summer. 
Onteora Club. CatskUl Mountains. N. Y. 
P.— Born Hannibal. Mo.. Sept. 23. 1862. 
Pupil of Carolus-Duran and Bcole des 
Beaux-Arts. Member: ANA 1886. 
NA 1894; SAA 1881; AWCS; ASL 
(hon.); A.Fund C; Salma.C.1901; Cen- 
tury Assoc; Nat.Inst.A.L. ; Lotos C. 
Awards: Hon. mention. Paris Salon. 
1887; bronze medal, Paris Exp.. 1889; 
gold medal. Atlanta Exp.. 1896; bronze 
medal. Paris Exp.. 1900; gold medal. 
Charleston Exp.. 1902. Work: "The 
Blacksmith." National Museum. Wash- 
ington; "The Falconer," Toledo Mu- 
seum; "Portrait of WilUam M. Chase," 
Art Association. Indianapolis. 

BEEBE, Elizabeth, 425 West 117th St., 
New York, N. Y. (P.) 

BE HENNA, Mrs. Katherlne Arthur, 
Etaples, Pas-de-Calais, France. 
Min.P..I.,T.— Born Scotland. Pupil of 
Brush in New York; Collin and Le- 
febvre in Paris. Member: Royal 
Min.Palnters, London; ASL of N.Y.; 
Royal Water Color Soc. London. 

BELCHER, Hilda, 939 Eighth Ave.; h. 
609 West 127th St., New York. N. Y.; 
summer. Pittsford, Rutland Co^ Vt. 
P.,I.— Born Pittsford, Vt., Sept. 20. 
1881. Pupil of Chase. Henri and Hayes- 
Miller in New York. Member: 
AWCS; NYWCC; Woman's AC. 
Awards: First prize. Strathmore 
Water Color Contest, 1908; Beal prize. 
NYWCC. 1909. Work: "The 

Mother." Maryland Institute. Baltimore; 
"The Ascension." First Lutheran 
Church. Baltimore. 

BELDEN, Ella C. P., 6216 Cornell Ave.. 
Chicago. 111. (P.) 

BELL, Caroline M., Mattituck. L. I., 
N. Y. (P.) 

BELL, E(dward) A(ugu8t), 226 West 59th 
St., New York, N. Y.; and PeconJc. 
L. I.. N. Y. 

P.— Bom New York. Dec. 18. 1862. Pu- 
pil of NAD; Bavarian Royal Academy 
in Munich. Member: SAA 1898; 
ANA 1901. NA 1906; Salma.C.1904. 
Awards : Bronze medal. Paris Exp., 
1889; second Hallgarten prize. NAD 
1893; silver medal, Pan-Am.Exp., Buf- 
falo, 1901; silver medal. St. Louis Exp., 
1904. Work: "Ready for a Walk," 
Art Association, Indianapolis. 



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BERGE 



mh St.,"'New York, n! " 
Pupil of Henri i 



priie. kAD 1908. Work': "Up Hud- 
son,"' Metropolllan Muaeum, New 
York; "North RJver," PennBylvEinIa 
Ac&demr. Philadelphia; "Snow Capped 



"Black wall's BtI< 



"^; 



BEMAN, Jean. See Mn. Cook SmI 
BEMENT, Alon, IG West 6TU1 St., 

York, N. Y. 

P. .Photo. ,T.— Born AshDeld. Maw. 

IG, 1878. Pupil of Boston M 



BEMUS, Mra. Mary B., Ferry, WyamlnB 



8ENOA W(ladyalaw), T., 140 Wadlworth 

Ave., New York, N. Y. 

I.— M ember: SI; Salma.C.lt01. 
BENEDICT, Enella, SDO South Halsted 

St.. Chlcaw. 111. 

- —Bom Chicago. Pupil of AIC: ASL 



BENEDICT, 
BENEKER, Qarrlt 



IU» Pearl E 
, 121 Midland 






... 7« Blni St., Arllnarton, N, J. 
P.,I.— Bom Qrand RapldH, Mich.. Jan. 
2G, 18S2. Pupil of John Vanderpoel In 
Chlcaso: P. V. Du Mond. Henry Reuter- 
dahlln New York. Member: SI. 
Award: New York Herald Baater 

ENOOUOH, Wllllain, KICLmeaha, N. T. 

P.,I.— Born C^-- - 

ABL. of N.Y. 






Pupil of 



Q(r« 



BENSON, Frank W(aaton), n St. Bo- 
lolph St., BOBton. MasB.: h. 4B Wash- 
ing on Bquare, Salem, Mass. 
P., T.— Born Salem, March 24, lg«Z. 
Pupil of Boston Muaeum School: Bou- 
langer and L.efeI)Tre In Paris. Mem- 
ber: ANA 1887, NA HOG: Ten Am.P.; 
Nat.Inst.A. L. Awards: Third Hall- 

Birten prtie, NAD 1889; Clarke prlie, 
AD IgSl- medal, ColIUnblan Bip., Chl- 
caKO, 18SI; medal. Mechanics' Aasoc,, 
Boston; Eniiworth prize. AIC: Cleveland 
Art Assoc prlie; Jordan prize, BoBton, 
»O0 In 1894 and 8800 In ISSG; Boston 
AC pHie, 11,000 In 189G and 1100 In 1896: 
Shaw purchase, SAA I83E: chronolOKlcal 
medal, CLPIttsburkh. 1S96: aecond 
class medal ( 81,000), CIPltlaburBh, 
1839: silver medal, Parla Exp.. IHO: 
silver medal. Pan-Am.Exp., BuffaJo. 
1901: I.lpplncott prlie, PAPA 1903; 1 
medal (81,600), CI, Pittsburgh, ' 
2 KOld medaia, St. LiOUla Exp., 
Proctor prlie, NAD 1906; gold i 

ACPhlla.1906; second prize. C01 

OaJlery, Waahlngton, 1907; Temple KOld 
medal, PAPA 1908; silver " — "- 
medal. AIC. 1909: Palmer 
and prize 

nati Museu 
ne8;le " ■ 



"lM3; 



AIC, 1910. .. 

["EvenlngLlBht." Clncln- 
"Porlralt of a Boy." Car- 
Pittsburgh: ■•'The^Sls- 



ters," Buffalo Fine Arts Xcadei 
Bather," "Studies of Aulumn ana 
Sprlnx," "Portrait of Mrs. Jesse Mat- 
calf," and "The Bla<^ Hat, ' R.I. School 
of Design, Providence; "Eiennor." Bos- 
ton Museum of Fine Arts; "Olrl Play- 
ing Solitaire." and "Portrait of My 
nnuBhIers," Worcester Art Museum; 
"SunllKht," Indianapolis Art Assoola- 
Knn- "ii Rainy Day." Chicago *« in. 

"Portrait of a La*-" ■ 

I Museum. New York. 



: "The 



Btltute; "Portrait of a Lady," Metropol- 



BEN80N, Nesbltt, 22 Weal 22d St., New 



York, N. Y. 
" —Me 



; SI. 



Goat Sgth 



BENTON, Harry Stacay, — - 
St., New York. N. T.; and Souin nor- 
walk. Conn. 

P..I.— Bom Saratoga Springs. N.T., Oct. 
11. 18T7. Pupil of Ale. M e m b a r : 
Salma.C.lBOS. 



BENZIOER, Aui 

New York, N. 



i."?*'..L": 



1 6"th E 



: Julian Academy and Ecole 



BEN8LEY, Martha B., 8933 BUIs 
ChlcaBOj_IU. 

P..I-T.,W. — Bom Chicago. Pup 
Chase. Duveneck, Wiles, van Inge' 
AIC. 



., Baltimore, Hd. 

...—Bom Baltimore, Jan. 3, 1ST4. Pupil 
of Maryland Inst, and Rhlnehart Bchool 
at Sculpture In Baltimore: Julian Acad- 
emy. Verlet and Rodin In Paris. 
Member: Charcoal Club; N8S. 
Awards : Clark price. Paris AAA; 
bronie medal, Pan-Am.Exp., BuIIalo, 
1901; bronie medal, Bt. Louis Exp.. 



BERGER 



WHO'S WHO !N ART 



BIGELOW 



BERGER, W. M., Fort Lee, N. J. (P.) 

BERLENDIZ, Victor, 1485 ArUngton 
Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 
S.,C.— Born Venice, Italy, Jan. 8, 1867.* 
Pupil of Vincenzo Cadorin. 

BERLIN, Harry, 61 West 10th St., New 
York, N. Y. (P.) 

BERNEKER, Loult F(rederlek), 120 East 
69th St.. New York, N. Y. 
P.,L— Bom Clinton. Mo. Pupil of St. 
Louis School of Fine Arts; Laurens in 
Paris. 

BERNINQHAUS, Oscar E., 3939 Castle- 
man Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 
P.,I.— Bom St. Louis, Oct. 2, 1874. Pupil 
of St. Louis School of Fine Arts. 
Member: St.L.A.6uild: SWA (Sec); 
St. Louis 2x4 C; Taos Art Colony. 
Award: Dolph prize, St. Louis, 
1907. Work: "Waitingr," St. Louis 
Museum. 

BERRY, Nathaniel L., 46 Howard St., 
Waltham, Mass. 

P.,T. — Bom Lynn, Mass., Dec. 20, 1859. 
Member: Boston AC. Supervisor of 
Art Instruction in Public Schools. 

BERRY, P. v., 358 West 58th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

P.— Born Troy, N. Y., 1852. Pupil of 
William Hart and Albert Bierstadt. 

BERRYMAN, Clifford Kennedy, 1754 Erie 
St., N. W., Washingrton, D. C. 
I. — Born Versailles, Ky., Apr. 2, 1869. 
Author Cartoons of 58th House of Rep- 
resentatives; originator of '"Teddy 
Bear." On staff of Washington "Even- 
ing Star" since 1907. 

BERSON, Adolphe, 40 Rue Condorcet, 
Paris, France. 

P. — Born San Francisco, Cal. Pupil of 
Lefebvre and Robert-Fleury in Paris. 

BESIG, Walter, Suffem. N. Y. (P.) 

BEST, A. W., 1628 Bush St., San Fran- 
cisco. Cal. (P.,T.) 

BEST, Mrs. A. W., 1628 Bush St., San 
Francisco, Cal. (P.) 

BEST, Wlllard S., 6405 Monroe Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111. (P.) 

BETTS, Anna Whelen, Oak Lane, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. (I.) 

BETTS, E(dwln D(anlel), Jr., 4125 Lake 
Ave., Chicago, 111. 

P., I.— Bom St. Louis, Mo., 1879. Pupil 
of his father, E. D. Betts. Member: 
Chicago SA. 

BETTS, Grace May, 4125 Lake Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

P. — Born New York, N. Y., 1885. Pupil 
of her father, E. D. Betts, Sr.; AIC. 

BETTS, Harold Harlngton, 4169 Lake 
Ave., Chicago. 111. 



P.,I.— Bom New York, N. Y.. 1881. 
Pupil of his father, E. D. Betts, Sr. 

BETTS, Louis, 27 West 67th St.. New 
York, N. Y. 

Port.P.— Bom Little Rock, Ark., Oct. 
5, 1873. Pupil of his father, E. D. 
Betts, Sr. Member: ANA 1912; Port. 
P. ; Fellowship PAFA. Awards: 
Cresson ($3,000) Scholarship, PAFA 
1903; Whiting prize ($5,000) in London, 
for best portrait; hon. mention, C.L 
Pittsburgh, 1910. Wo r k : WlUIam M. 
R. French and "Apple Blossoms." Art 
Institute of Chicago. 

BEVERIDGE, Kuhne. See Mrs. W. B. 
Branson. 

BEWLEY, Murray P., 83 Rue Notre- 
Dame-des-Cham^, Paris, France. 
P.— Born Fort Worth, Tex., June 19, 
1884. Pupil of William M. Chase in 
New York. Award: Hon. mention, 
Paris Salon, - 1910. 

BICKFORD, Nelson N., care of Metro- 
politan Museum of Art, 82d St. and 
Fifth Ave.. New York, N. Y. 
S. — Pupil of Julian Academy in Paris. 
Member: Les Anciens de Julian 
(hon. pres.). 

BICKNELL, E. M., care of Salmagundi 
Club, 14 West 12th St., New York, N. Y. 
P. — Born In New York. Member: 
NYWCC; Salma.C.1901; AWCS. 

BICKNELL, Frank A(lfred). 58 West 
57th St., New York. N. Y. 
P.,S.— Bom Augusta, Me., Feb. 17, 1866. 
Pupil of Julian Academy in Paris under 
Bouguereau and Robert-Fleury. Mem- 
ber: Paris AAA; Salma.C.1907; NAC; 
Lotos C. Work: "October Morning,'^ 
National Oallery, Washington, D. C. 

BICKNELL, W. H. W., Arlington St.. 
Winchester, Mass. 

Etcher — Born Boston, Mass., 1860. Pupil 
of Otto Orundmann and Boston Mu- 
seum School. Member: Copley S. 
1880. Award: Bronze medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904. 

BIELENBERG, George, 20 Tree Studio 
Bldg., Chicago, Dl. (P.) 

BIERHALS, Otto, 26 Reservoir Ave., Jer- 
sey City, N. J. 

P. — Bom Numberg, Germany, Sept. 5, 
1879. Pupil of NAD and PAFA. 

Bl ESTER, Anthony, 835 Armory Ave., 
Cincinnati, O. 

Ldscp.P. — Bom Cleves, Germany, Aug. 
26. 1837. Pupil of B. C. Koekkoek and 
Oswald Achenbach. Member: Cin- 
cinnati AC. Award: Gold medal, 
Indiana State Fair. 

BIGELOW, C(harle8) B(owen). Rockton, 
Winnebago Co., III. 

P.,I. — Born Buffalo, N. Y.. Sept. 19, 
1860. Pupil of Vanderpoel at AIC; 
Julian Academy under Constant in 
Paris. Member: Paris AAA (ex- 
sec); Les Anciens de 1' Academic Julian. 



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BLACKBURN 



BIGELOW, Conitancei 4 Rue de Chev- 
reuse, Paris, France. 
P. — ^Born In New York. 

BIGELOW, Daniel Folger, 6032 Prairie 
Ave.» ChicaflTO, 111. 

P.— Bom Peru, Clinton Co.. N. Y., 1828. 
Member: Chlca^ro Academy of De- 
slem; ChlcaflTO SA. 

BILLINGS, Mary H., 878 Grand Ave., 
Brooklyn, New York. N. Y. (P.) 

BIORN, Emil, 1536 North Oakley Ave., 
Chlpago. lU. 

P.,r. — Bom Chrlstlanla, Norway, June 
7, 1864. Pupil of Chrlstlanla Art In- 
stitute; AIC. Member: Palette and 
Chisel Club. Chicago. 

BIRCH, Reginald B(athurst), Lock Box 
636, Dover, N. J. 

I. — Born London, E^igland, May 2, 1856; 
came to America at age of 16. Studied 
in Munich and Italy. Member: SI. 

BIRGE, Mary Thompson (Mrs. Edward 
Birge), 1909 North Pennsylvania St., 
Indianapolis, Ind.; summer, 67 Mans- 
field St., New Haven, Conn. 
P.— Born New York, June 5, 1872. Pupil 
of Yale School of Pine Arts. Mem- 
ber: Paint and Clay C. of New Haven. 

BIRR EN, Joseph P., 72 West Adams St.; 
h. 426 Aldine Ave., Chicago, 111. 
P„I.— Born Chicago. May 14, 1864. Pupil 
of Art Institute of Chicago; Constant, 
Courtois and Falguidre in Paris. M e m- 
b e r : SI; Palette and Chisel C. (pres.. 
1903-1904): Kit-Kat C. of N.Y.; organizer 
and first president Art Institute Alumni 
Ajbsoc. 

BISBING, H(enry) SInglewood, 23 Rue 
des Martyrs, Paris. France. 
Animal P. — Born Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 
81, 1849. Pupil of PAFA; Munich 
Academy; De Hass in Brussels; Vull- 
lefroy In Paris. Member: Paris 
SAP. Awards: Third class medal, 
Paris Salon, 1891; Temple gold medal, 
PAFA, 1892; medal. Columbian Exp., 
Chicago, 1893; silver medal, Paris Exp., 
1900; bronze medal, Pan.Am.Exp., Buf- 
falo, 1901; Chevalier Legion of Honor, 
France. 1902. Work: "In the 
Meadow," Pennsylvania Academy, Phil- 
adelphia. 

BI8CHOFF, Marie Evangeline, 183 Shel- 
ton Ave., Jamaica, L. I., N. Y. (P.) 

BISHOP, Irene. See Mrs. E. T. Hurley. 

BISHOP, Katherlne, 1567 Grove St., San 
Francisco. Cal. (P.) 

BI88ELL, Edgar J(ullan), 3016 Bartold 
Ave., Maplewood Station, St. Louis, 
Mo. 

P. — Born Aurora, 111., March 14, 1856. 
Pupil of Otto Grundmann in Boston; 
Boulanger, Lefebvre, Collin and Cour- 
tois in Paris. Member: St. Louis 
Soc. of Artists (pres.). 



BI8SELL, Qeorae E(dwln), 342 South 
Fourth Ave., Mt. Vernon. N. Y. 
S. — ^Bom New Preston, Litchfield Co.. 
Conn.. Feb. 16, 1839. Pupil of Aim6 
Millet and Tabar in Paris; English 
Academy at Rome. Member: NSS; 
N.Y.Ach.Lg.l899: N.Y.Municlpal A.S. 
Awards: Hon. mention, Paris Ezp.. 
1900; silver medal. St. Louis Exp.. 1904. 
Work: Statues of "Col. de Peyster," 
"Judge Watts," and "Lycurgus," New 
York; marble bust and bronze statuette, 
Metropolitan Museum of Art,' New York; 
"Col. Chatfield," "Diogenes," and 
"Soldiers' Monument," Waterbury. 
Conn.; "Judge Kent," Congressional 
Library. Washington; "Lincoln," Edin- 
burgh, Scotland; "Bums" and "High- 
land Mary," Ajrr. Scotland. 

BITTER, Karl (Theodore Francis), Wee- 
hawken, N. J.; h. 44 West 77th St., 
New York, N. Y.; summer, Raquette 
Lake, N. Y. 

S. — Bom Vienna, Austria. Dec. 6, 1867. 
Pupil of Vienna Academy of Fine Arts 
and Edmund Hellmer. Came to U. S. 
In 1889. Member: ANA 1902; NA 
1903; NSS; Nat.Inst.A.L; N.Y.Arch.Lg. ; 
Century Assoc. Awards : Prize in 
competition for Astor Memorial Gates, 
Trinity Church. New York; silver 
medal, Paris Exp., 1900; gold medal, 
Pan-Am.EIxp.. Buffalo, 1901; gold medal, 
Charleston Exp., 1902; gold medal, ACP 
1903; gold medal. St. Louis Exp., 1904. 
Work: "Dr. Pepper Monument," 
Philadelphia; "Astor Memorial Gates," 
Trinity Church, New York; "Franz 
Slgel Monument." New York; "Pres. 
Angell Memorial," Ann Arbor; "Robert 
W. Ogden Memorial," Art Association, 
Indianapolis; "Diana," Metropolitan 
Museum, New York. 

BITTINQER, Charles, 33 West 67th St.; 
h. 600 West 136th St., New York, N. Y. 
P. — Born Washington, D. C, June 27, 
1879. Pupil of Ecole des Beaux-Arts, 
Delecluse and Colarossi academies in 
Paris. Member: ANA 1912; Paris 
AAA; Salma.C.1908. Awards : Bronze 
medal, St. Louis Exp.. 1904; second Hall- 
garten prize, NAD 1909; Clarke prize, 
NAD 1912. 

BIXBEE, William JCohnson), 126 Front 
St.. Marblehead, Mass. 
P.,I.,T. — Bom Manchester, N. H.. Aug. 
31, 1860. Pupil of Lowell Inst, under 
Tommaso Juglaris; S. P. Rolt Triscott 
and Marcus Waterman in Boston. 
Member: Boston AC; Boston SWCP 
(sect.). Work: "Morning," Poland 
Spring Art Gallery, South Poland, Me. 

BJORKMAN, Olaf, 404 West 61st St 

BLACK, Olive P(arker), 88 West 67th 
St., New York. N. Y.; summer. South 
Egremont, Mass. 

P. — Bom Cambridge. Mass., July 22, 
1868. Pupil of H. Bolton Jones, Chase 
and NAD In New York. Member: 
N.Y. Woman's AC. 

BLACKBURN, Mrs. J. E., 934 Dolores 
St., San Francisco, CaL (P.) 



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BLASHKl 



BLACKMAN, Carrie Norton (Mrs. George 
Blackman), 6843 Bartmer Ave., St. 
Louis, Mo. 

P.— BOrn Cincinnati, O. Pupil of St. 
Loula School of Fine Arts; Chaplin In 
Paris. Member: SWA (Assoc.) ; 
St.L.A.Q. Awards: Medal, Alaska- 
Yukon Exp., 1909. Specialty, children's 
portraits. 



BLACKMORE, Arthur E(dward), 109 
East 14th St., New York, N. Y.; h. 426 
South Second Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 
P., C— Born Bristol, England, Feb. 8, 
1854. Pupil of South Kenslngrton Mu- 
seum, London. Member: Salma.C. 
1897; Klt-Kat C; A. Aid S.; A. Fund S. 

BLACK8TONE, Harriet, Olencoe, HI. 
P.— Bom New Hartford, N. Y. Pupil 
of Julian Academy In Paris. Mem- 
ber: Chicago SA; American Women's 
AA, Paris. 

BLAKE, Anne Dehon, 98 Chestnut St.; 
h. 888 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
P.— Bom Boston. Pupil of F. Crownin- 
shield at Boston Museum of Fine Arts; 
ASL of N.Y.; Alfred Stevens In Paris. 

BLAKE, James Henry, 18 Prentiss St., 
Cambridge, Mass. 

P.,L,C.,T. — Born Boston, Mass., July 8, 
1846. Pupil of HolUngsworth and Rlm- 
mer in Boston; Moore in Cambridge. 
President, Cambridge Art Circle. Spe- 
cialty, butterflies, fish and other scien- 
tific subjects. 

BLAKE, L. B., 936 Belmont Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111. (P.) 

BLAKELOCK, Ralph Albert, care of Mrs. 
Blakelock. 403 Stuyvesant Ave., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

Ldscp.P.— Born New York, Oct. 15, 1847. 
Self-taught. Award: Hon. mention. 
Paris Exp., 1900. Work: "Colorado 
Plains," Corcoran Gallery. Washington; 
"October Sunshine," Worcester Art Mu- 
seum; "At Nature's Mirror," "The 
Canoe Builders." "Moonrlse," and "Sun- 
set — Navarro Ridge, (California Coast," 
National Gallery, Washington; "The 
Captive," Brooklyn Institute Museum; 
"Indian Encampment," and "The Pipe 
Dance," Metropolitan Museum. New 
York. 

BLANCHARD, Ethel C. See Mrs. Leon 
CoUver. 

BLANEY, Dwight, 308 Fenway Studios, 
Ipswich St.; h. 82 Mt. Vemon St., 
Boston, Mass. 

P. — Bom Broo kline. Mass., Jan. 24, 1865. 
Member: NYWCC; Copley S.1892; 
Boston WCC. 

BLANEY, Henry R(obert80n), 129 Dart- 
mouth St., Boston, Mass.; h. 186 Bridge 
St., Salem, Mass. 
P., I., Etcher. — Bom Dedham, Mass., Jan. 



29, 1855. Self-taught. Award: Hon. 
mention, Pan-Am.Exp., Buflklo, 1901. 
Specialty, Oriental and tropical sub- 
jects. 

BLANKE, Marie Elsa, 2632 Hampden 
Court. (Jhicagp, 111. 

P.— Born In Chicago. Pupil of AIC and 
studied in Munich and London. 



BLASH FIELD, Albert Dodd, 67 Willow 
St., Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. 
I.— Born New York City, July 31, 1860; 
brother of Edwin H. Blashfield. Pupil 
of ASL of N.Y. 

BLASHFIELD, Edwin H(owiand), C^ar- 
negie Studios; h. 48 West 69th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

Mural P.,W.,L.— Bom New York, Dec. 
15, 1848. Pupil of Bonn&t in Paris. 
Member: ANA 1882; NA 1888; Mural 
P. (pres.); N.Y.Arch.Lg.l886; N.Y. 
Municipal AS; NSS (lay); FAS; Century 
Assoc; ALA (hon.); NaLInst. A.L. ; Am. 
Acad.A.L.; Am.Fed. of Arts (acting 
pres.). Awards : Bronze medal, Paris 
Exp., 1900; gold medal, St. Louis Exp., 
1904; medal of honor, N.Y. Arch.Lg.l911; 
Carnegie prize, NAD 1911. Work: 
"Washington Laying Down His Com- 
mission," and "The Edict of Toleration 
of Lord Baltimore." Court House, 
Baltimore; "The Law," Cleveland Fed- 
eral Building; "The Uses of Wealth," 
lunette. Citizens Bank, Cleveland. C; 
"Fame," four pendentives, Hudson 
County Court House, Jersey City; 
"Wisconsin in the Past and Present," 
State Capitol, Madison; four penden- 
tives to main dome, Essex County Court 
House, Newark; "The Power of the 
Law," Appellate Court, New York; 
"The Qraduate," lunette. College of the 
City of New York; "Music and the 
Dance," Waldorf-Astoria; Decoration 
of semi -dome and choir. Church of 
the Saviour, Philadelphia, Pa.; Panel 
in Governor's Room, State Capitol, 
Pierre, S. Dak.; "Pittsburgh Offering 
Its Steel and Iron to the World." 
lunette. Bank of Pittsburgh; "The Dis- 
coverers and Civllizers Led to the Head 
Waters of the Mississippi," "Minnesota 
as a Grain State." "The Fifth Minne- 
sota Regiment at the Battle of Cor- 
inth." three lunettes, Minnesota State 
Capitol. St. Paul; "The Evolution of 
Civilization" and "The Human Under- 
standing," Library of Congress. Wash- 
ington; "The Law," panel, Luzerne 
County Court House, Wllkes-Barre, 
Pa.; "The Law," four pendentives, 
Mahoning County Court House, Youngs- 
town, O. Author, with Mrs. Blashfield, 
of "Italian Cities"; editor, with Mrs. 
Blashfield and A. A. Hopkins, of 
Vasari's "Lives of the Painters." 



BLASHKl, M. Everapod, 27 West 67th 
St., New York, N. x. 
P. — Born Melbourne, Australia, Jan. 10, 
1871. Member: Salma.C.1908. 



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lER, Fred, 6D0& Section j 



_._i Aman-Jean in Paris. 

the Saviour, Ptiibdelphla, Fa.: panel 
Awards: Uedal. Boston AC 1891; 
third HaUnirten prlie, NAD 1899; hon. 
mention, Pan-Am. B^p.. Buffalo, 



BLONDHEIM, 



. St. LouTs E^ip., 1$0<. 
Adoiph W., I4T Nc 



BLOODQOOD, M(orrr>) Savmour, 1947 
Broadway. New York, N. T. 
P..T.— Born New York, Nov. 11, 18*B. 
Pupil or NAD; ASI. of N.Y.; Blano and 



BLOODQOOD, Robert Ftanahawa), 30 
E:aat ETtti at.: h. «T Baflt E«th St.. 
New York, N. T.; summer, Setauket, 



Paris, France. 

P.— Bom Chtcaso, lU., March ZT, 1884 

Pupil Ot Uerson In Paris. 



BOQERT, Gso 
New York^ : 



, Hamilton County, O. 

, Z04 West SGth ; 



)oudln In Parli 



her: ANA 1899; SAA 1B99; Lotos C; 
Salma.C.1897 ; A.Fund 3. Awards; 
Hon. mention. PAPA,1892; Webb Priic. 
SAA 1898; first Hallgarten prlie, NAD 
1899; bronae medal, PariB Exp.. 1900; 
silver medat, Pan-Am, Exp,, Buffalo, 
1901; gold medal, AA8. Phlla., 1902 and 
190T; silver medal, St. Louis Em., 1904. 
Work: "Surf and Wind." ■■Rouen." 
■■Chale Church, lale of Wight. Eng- 
land." and ■•Octoher Moonlight." 
Metropolitan Museum, New York; 
"Sunset," Corcoran Gallery, Washing- 
ton. D. C; "A Stormy Day at Katwyk. 
Holland.^^ Buffalo Fine Arts Academy: 
'■Sea and Rain," National Gallery. 
WaahlnKton, D. C; "After Sunset— 
T.ongpr^" Pennsylvania Academy, 
Philadelphia; "Autumn Sunset." -Ven- 
ice by Moonlight." and ■'Dordrecht." 
Brooklyn Institute Museum. 



BOOERT, Julia, 426 Bterllni 
Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. 



BOOOS, Frank 



cV, 



Place 



_.„ in: h. i*« Fulton _-. 

Brooklyn. New York, N. Y, 
P.,8.— Bom In Now York. Pupil of 
Herbert Adams In New York; Collin In 
Paris. Awards: Third class medal, 
Paris Salon, 19O0; second class medal, 
Parla Salon. 1902; silver medal, St. 



BODINE, Hsien, 
delphlB, Pa. 
Hln.P.— Bom Philadelphia. Pa. 
of Francois Msene In Furls. A ' 
Gold medal, Milan. 1906. 

BOeCKMAN, Haloa, 49S Marsha 

St, Paul, lllnn. (P.) 
■OER1CKE, Johanna M., 

Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

P.,S.— Bom Phlladelph 

PAFA; studied In Ro 

Member : Plastic 

PAFA. 



Hill. Phlla- 



>-"S'! 



Iver medal, Parla Exp., 1883. 
"A Rough Day — Hartior of 
r," Museum of Fine Arts. Bos- 
)n the Thames," Metropolitan 
. New Yorii. 



, 8 PI. St. Sulplce. Paris, 
, Jan. Zl, 1S6S. 



Snlon. 1H9B; sliver medal. Paris Eip.. 
1900; bronze medal, Pan-Am.Eip., Buf- 
falo, 1901; silver medaJ, St. Louis Exp.. 



BOHNEN, Carl, 401 Shiffman Bldg.. 



(376 Woodbine 



.'Maplewood. fj. J. <Mln.P. 



S4 Ridge wood To I- 



BONSALL 



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BOUTWOOD 



BON8ALU Elisabeth F(earne), 3430 Wal- 
nut St.: b. 3731 Walnut St., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

P.,I.— Born Philadelphia, Sept. 12, 1861. 
Pupil of PAFA under Eakins and 
Howard Pyle; Collin and Ck>urtol8 
in Paris. Member: Plastic C. 
Awards: First Toppan prize, PAFA 
1885; Mary Smith prize, PAFA 1888 
and 1897. Work: '^Hot Milk." Penn- 
sylvania Academy, Philadelphia. 

BON8ALL, Mary W., 3430 Walnut St.; 
h. 3731 walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
P.,I. — Bom Fernwood, Pa. Pupil of 
Cecilia Beaux, Robert Vonnoh and Wm. 
M. Chase. Member: Plastic C. 

BONTA. Elizabeth 8., St. Paul Institute 
School, St. Paul, Minn. (P.) 

BOOQ, Carle Michel, 114 East 23d St., 
New York, N. Y. 
P. — ^M ember: Salma.C.1908. 

BOOTH, Franklin, 57 West 67th St., New 
York. N. Y. 
I. — M ember: SI. 

BOOTH, Hanson, 550 West 153d St.. New 
York, N. Y.; summer, Carmel, Ind. 
P.. I. — Bom Noblesville, Ind., May 19. 
1886. Pupil of Vanderpoel and C. F. 
Browne in Chicago; George Bridgrman 
in New York. Member: SI; Salma. 

C. Illustrated "The Poet Who Saved 
His Youth." McClures; "The Love 
Tryst," American Magazine; "Minister 
of Police." and other books. 

BORQLUM (John) Qutzon (de la Mothe), 

166 East 38th St., New York, N. Y.; h. 
Stamford. Conn. 

S.,P.,I.,T. — Born in Idaho. March 25. 
1867. Pupil of San Francisco Art Assoc; 
Julian Academy in Paris. Settled in 
New York in 1902. Member: Soc. 
Nat. des Beaux- Arts, Paris; N.Y.Arch. 
Lfg.1902; Am.PS (vlce-pres.) ; Royal Soc. 
of British Artists. Awards : Gold 
medal, Western Art Assoc; gold medal, 
St. Louis Exp., 1904. Work: Sheridan 
monument, Washington, D. C; colossal 
head of Lincoln, Capitol. Washington, 

D. C; "Mares of Dlomedes," and "Rus- 
kln," Metropolitan Museum. New York. 

BORQLUM, Solon H(annlbal), 10 East 
15th St., New York, N. Y.; h. Rocky 
Ranch. Norwalk, Conn. 
S.— Born Ogden, Utah, Dec 22, 1868. 
Pupil of his brother. Gutzon Borglum, 
and of the Art Academy of Cincinnati 
under Reblsso; Fr^mlet and Puech In 
Paris. Member: NSS; ANA 1911; 
Sllvermlne Group of Artists. 

Awards: Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 
1899; silver medal, Paris Exp.. 1900; 
silver medal. Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo. 
1901; gold medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; 
silver medal. Buenos Aires Exp., 1910. 
Work: Equestrian statue of Gen. 
John B. Gordon, Atlanta, Ga.; eques- 
trian statue of "Bucky O'Nell," Pres- 
cott. Ariz.; "Packer Memorial," Packer 
Institute. Brooklyn, New York; "Sol- 
diers and Sailors Monument." Danbury, 



Conn.; "Hurley Monument." Topeka, 
Kan.; "Border of White Man's Land** 
and "Bulls Fighting," Metropolitan 
Museum, New York. 

BORIE, Adolphe, 4100 Pine St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

P.— Bom Philadelphia, Jan. 6, 1877. 
Pupil of PAFA and Munich Academy. 
Member: FeUowshlp PAFA; AC 
Phlla.; Port.P. Award: Beck gold 
medal. PAFA 1910. 

BOSLEY, Frederick A., Fenway Studios, 
Boston, Mass. (P.) 

BOSS, Homer, 1947 Broadway, New York, 

P.'.T.— Born Blandford, Mass., July 9, 
1881. Pupil of Chase and Henri in New 
York. 

BOSTON, Frederick J., 246 Fulton St.; 
h. 191 Quincy St., Brooklyn, New York, 

P., T. — Born Bridgeport, Conn. Pupil 
of Carolus-Duran in Paris. Mem- 
ber: Brooklyn AC. 

BOSTON, Joseph H.. Carnegie Hall. 
Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 
P..T. — Born Bridgeport, Conn. M em - 
ber: ANA 1901; SAA 1896; Salma.C. 
1898; Brooklyn AC. Award: Bronze 
medal. Pan-Am., Buffalo, 1901. Work: 
"The Devil's Glen," Brooklyn Institute 
Museum. 

BOSWORTH, George F., 156 Bay State 
Road, Boston. Mass. 
P. — M ember: Boston AC. 

BOSWORTH, Winifred, Woodland. Elgin, 
111. (P.) 

BOTH, W. C, 2314 Indiana Ave., Chicago, 
111. 

Etcher— M ember: Chicago S. Etch- 
ers. 

BOTKE, Cornelius, 6704 Jackson Park 
Ave., Chicago, 111. (P.) 

BOTSFORD, Anna. See Mrs. John H. 
Comstock. 

BOUQUEREAU, Elisabeth (Jane) Gard- 
ner (Mrs. W. A. Bouguereau). 75 Rue 
Notre-Dame-des-Champs, Paris, France. 
P.— Born Exeter, N. H., 1837. 
Awards: Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 
1879; third class medal, Paris Salon, 
1887; bronze medal, Paris Exp., 1889. 

BOURKE, Marian, 25 Moffatt St., Brook- 
lyn. New York, N. Y. (P.) 

BOURNE, Gertrude Bealt (Mrs. Frank A. 
Bourne), 130 Mt. Vernon St., Boston, 
Mass. 

P. — Bom in Boston. Pupil of Henry 
B. Snell and Henry W. Rice. Mem- 
ber: Copley S. 1904. Specialty, water 
colors. 

BOUTWOOD, Charles Edward, Hinsdale, 
111. 

P..T. — Bom In England. Pupil of Rosral 
Academy in London. Member: 
Chicago SA. 






WILLIAM M. CHASE, N, A. 



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BOWDOIN, Harrlette, 17 Eaat 60th St.: 
h. 567 West 124th St.. New York, N. Y. 
P.J.,C.,T. — Bom In Massachusetts. Pu- 
pil of Henry B. Snell and Elliott Dain- 
Jrerfield in New York; Frank Brangwyn 
n London. Member: Woman's AC; 
Pen and Brush C. 

BOWER, Alexander, Wooddiff-on-Hud- 
son, N. J. 

P. — Bom New York, N. Y., March SI, 
1876. Pupil of PAFA under Thomas 
P. Anshutz. Member: AC Phila; 
Phila.WCC. 

BOWER, Frederick, 1020 Chestnut St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. (P.) 

BOWER, Lucy Scott, 83 Blvd. du Mont- 
pamaAse, Paris, France. (P.) 

BOYD, Jeanle Lm care of Mrs. Hersche, 
The Dupont. washlnsrton. D. C. (P.) 

BOYDEN, Dwight Frederick, care of 
Sklmasrundl Club. 14 West 12th St., 
New York N Y. 

Ldscp.P. — ^Born Boston, Mass., 1860. 
Pupil of Boulanffer and Lefebvre in 
Paris. Member: Salma.C.1902. 

Awards: Silver medal, Boston; hon. 
mention, Paris Salon, 1899; third gold 
medal, Paris Salon. 1900. 

BOYE, Bertha M., 1673 Hayes St., San 
Francisco, Cal. (S.) 

BOYLE. John J., 211 West 64th St.; h. 
231 West 69th St., New York, N. Y. 
S. — ^Bom New York, Jan. 12. 1852. 
Pupil of PAFA under Eakins; Ecole des 
Beaux -Arts under Dumont; Thomas and 
E. Millet in Paris. Member: So- 
Cl4t6 des Artistes Francais; NSS; ANA 
1910; Phila.Sketch C; AC Phila.; NAC; 
N.Y.Arch.LiS.1894; N.Y.Municipal AS; 
T Square C. Awards: Hon. men- 
tion, Paris Salon, 1886; medal, Colum- 
bia Exp., Chicago, 1893; medal, Paris 
Exp., 1900; bronze medal, Pan-Am.Exp., 
Buffalo, 1901; silver medal. St. Louis 
Exp.. 1904. Work: "Stone Age." 
Fftirmount Park, Philadelphia: "The 
Alarm," Lincoln Park, Chicago; 
"Bacon," Library of Congress, Wash- 
ington; "Franklin." Philadelphia. 

BOYNTON, R. 8., Lake Bluff. 111. (P.) 

BRABAZON, Thomas, 21 Pavilion St., 
Hartford. Conn. (P.) 

BRACKEN, Clio (HInton Huneker) (Mrs. 
William Barrie Bracken), 84 E^ast 66th 
St., New York, N. Y., and Brighton, 
Mass. 

S. — Bom Rhinebeck. Duchess Co.. N. 
Y.. July 25, 1870. Pupil of Saint 
Qaudens and MacMonnies. 

BRACKEN, Julia M. See Mrs. William 
Wendt. 

BRACKETT, Arthur Loring, 22 Thom- 
dlke St.. Brookline, BCass. 
P.— M ember: Boston AC. 



BRACKETT, Walter M., 164 Boylston 
St., Boston, Mass. 

P. — ^Bom Unity, Me., June 14, 1828. 
Self-taught. One of the founders and 
ex-president, Boston AC. Specialty at 
first, portraits; later, fish and game. 

BRACONY. Leopold, 26 West 28th St., 
New York, N. Y. 
S. — ^Bom in Rome. Italy. 

BRADLEY, Mrs. Susan H., 20 Brinuner 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Ldscp.P. — Bom Boston, May 15, 1861. 
Pupil of Thayer, Bdward Bolt, Chase 
and School of Boston Museum. Mem- 
ber: Phila. WCC; Fellowship PAFA; 
Boston WCC; NYWCC. Represented 
in-Herron Art Institute, Indianapolis. 

BRADLEY, Will (William H.), 22 Bast 
17th St.; h. 222 West 69th St., New 
York, N. Y.; summer. Concord, Biass. 
I. — Bom Boston, Mass., July 10, 1868. 
Member: SI. Art director "Collier'* 
Magazine" 1907-9 and of "Good House- 
keeping" since 1911. Author and il- 
lustrator of "Toymaker to the King." 

BRADY. Mary C, 8417 24th St., San 
Francisco, Cal. (P.) 

BRADY, John, Camegie Hall. New York, 
N. Y. (L) 

BRA LEY, Clarence E., 26 North Second 
St., New Bedford, Mass. (P.) 

BRANDEGEE, Robert B., Farmington, 
Conn. 

P.,I.,C.,T.— Born Berlin, Conn. Pupil 
of Jacqueson de la Chevreuse in Paris. 
Member: ANA 1908. Award: 
Silver medal. Pan-Am.Exp., Bufbao* 
1901. 

BRANNAN, Sophie Marston, 939 Eighth 
Ave., New York, N. Y. 
P.— Bora Mountain View, Cal. PupU 
of Arthur F. Mathews at Mark Hopkins 
Inst, of Art, San Francisco; studied in 
Paris. Member: Woman's AC of 
N.Y.: Women Painters, N.Y.; San 
Francisco Art Assoc. 

BRANNIQAN, Gladys, 1748 M St., N. W., 
Washington, D. C. (P.) 

BRANSOM, Paul, 2789 Valentine Ave., 
Fordham. N. Y. 
I. — ^M ember: SI. 

BRANSON, Isabel Parke, 1408 North 
Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa.; and 
Coatesville, Pa. 

P.— Born Coatesville, Sept. 4, 1886. 
Pupil Philadelphia School of Design for 
Women. 

BRANSON, Kuhne Beverldge (Mrs. WU- 
liam B. Branson). 89 Park St., May- 
fair, London, England. 
S.— Bom Springfield, 111., Oct. 81, 1877. 
Pupil of William R. O'Donovan in New 
York; Rodin In Paris. Award: Hon. 
mention, Paris Exp., 1900. 



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BRANSON, Lloyd, Tazewell Pike. Knox- 
vllle, Tenn. 

P.— Pupil of NAD. Awards: Bronxe 
medal, Atlanta Exp., 1885; gold medal, 
Appalachian Exp.. Knoxville. 1910. 

BRAUN, M(aurlce), Isls Bldsr., San 
Dleso, Cal.; h. Point Loma, Cal. 
P.— Born Nagry Bittse, Hungary, Oct. 
1, 1877. Pupil of B. M. Ward, Maynard 
and Francis C. Jones at NAD in New 
York. Member: California AC. 

6RAUNER, Olaf MCartlnlus), Wilgus 
Bide.; h. 207 Walt Ave., Ithaca, N. Y. 
P.,S.,T. — Bom Christiana, Norway, Feb. 
9, 1869. Pupil of Benson and Tarbell 
in Boston. Member: Gargoyle Soc. ; 
Central N.Y.Chpt.AIA (hon.). Prof, of 
painting. Cornell Univ. since 1900. 
Work : "Come Unto Me." altar piece 
in Church of Our Saviour, Chicago; 
portraits In the Kimball Library, Ran- 
dolph, Vt.; In Cornell University Li- 
brary, Ithaca; in Girls'- High School, 
Boston; In Amherst College, Amherst, 
Mass.; sculpture, "Dane Memorial" In 
Walnut Hill Cemetery, Brookline, Mass.; 
Clifton Beckwith Brown medal. Col- 
lege of Architecture. Cornell University. 

BRAUN HOLD, Louis, 84 Market St.. 
Chicago. 111. 

Etcher — M ember: Chicago Soc. of 
Etchers. 

6RAZINQTON, Wlliiam C(ary), 956 
Simpson St., Bronx, New York, N. Y. 
P.. I. — Born Indianapolis. Ind., Nov. 9, 
1865. Pupil of Simon, Cottet Bougue- 
reau and Ferrler In Paris. Specialty, 
sanguine portraits. 

BREARLEY, Harry Chase, Searchlight 
Library, 341 Fifth Ave.. New York, 
N. Y. (I.) 

BRECK, George W., 160 Fifth Ave.. New 
York, N. Y.; h. 621 Broadway. Flushing, 
L, I.. N. Y. 

Mural P. — Born Washington. D. C. 
Sept. 1, 1863. Pupil of ASL of N.Y.; 
Am.Academy In Rome. Member: 
ASL of N.Y.; Arch.Lg.l902; N.Y.Munlci- 
pal AS; Mural P; Century Assoc; Am. 
Academy in Rome Alumni. Awards: 
First Lazarus Scholarship for Mural 
Painting (Rome, 1896-99); silver medal, 
St. Louis Exp., 1904. Director American 
Academy In Rome, 1905 to 1909. Work: 
Two mural paintings. Public Library, 
Watertown, N. Y.; copy Raphael's 
"School of Athens," University of Vir- 
ginia; mosaics, fagade of American 
Church in Rome. 

BRECKENRIDQE, Hugh H(enry). 10 
South 18th St.. Philadelphia. Pa.; h. 
Fort Washington. Pa. 
P.. T.— Born Leesburg. Va.. Oct. 6, 1870. 
Pupil of PAFA; Bouguereau, Ferrler 
and Doucet in Paris. Member: 
NYWCC; Phlla.WCC; Fellowship PAFA; 
ACPhlla. Secretary of the faculty and 
Instructor In PAFA since 1894. Mem- 
ber of Municipal Art Jury of Phlla. 
Awards: First Toppan prize and 



European scholarship, schools of PAFA; 
medal. Atlanta Exp., 1895; hon. men- 
tion. Paris Exp., 1900; bronze medal, 
Pan-Am.Exp.. BufCalo. 1901; second 
Corcoran prize. S. Wash. A., 1903; gold 
medal, ACPhlla.1907; first _prla!e. Wash. 
WCC. 1908; silver medal, Buenos Aires 
Exp.. 1910. Work: Portraits, "Hon. 
William Potter," Jefferson Medical Col- 
lege; "Howard B. French," president, 
Phlla.College of Pharmacy; "Dr. James 
Tyson," University of Pennsylvania; 
"Autumn," University Club. Indianap- 
olis; "Moonlight." St. Louis Club. St. 
Louis. 

BREDIN, CChrlstlne) S., 74 North Maple 
Ave., Blast Orange. N. J. 
P.. I. — Pupil of Cincinnati Art Academy; 
Colarossi In Paris. Award : Medal, 
Atlanta Exp., 1885. 

BREDIN, R. Sloan, 38 North Maple Ave.. 
East Orange, N. J. 
P.— M ember: Salma.C.1908. 

BREEZE, Louisa, Hotel Granada. San 
Francisco. Cal. (P.) 

BREHM, George, 27 West 67th St.. New 
York. N. Y. 

I.,T. — Born Anderson, Ind., Sept. 30, 
1878. Pupil of Forsyth, Twachtman. 
Brldgman and Du Mond. Member: 
SI. 

BREHM, Worth, 1947 Broadway. New 
York, N. Y. 

I. — Born Anderson. Ind.. Oct. 8. 1883. 
Pupil of John Herron Inst.; AIC; ASL 
of N.Y. Member: SI. 

BREMER, Anne M., 1625 California St.; 
h. Hotel Normandie. San Francisco. Cal. 
P. — Bom San Francisco. Cal. Pupil of 
Arthur F. Mathews at Mark Hopkins 
Ins. of Art, San Francisco; Aman-Jean 
and Alcide Le Beau In Paris. Mem- 
ber: San Francisco Art Assoc. ; San 
Ftanclsco Sketch C. (pres.. 1905-07). 

BRENNER, Victor D(avld), 30 East 20th 
St.; h. 107 Second Ave.. New York, 
N. Y. 

S., Medalist. — Bom Shavely. Russia. 
June 12. 1871. Pupil of Louis Oscar 
Roty. Came to New York In 1890. 
Member: NSS; N.Y.Arch.Lg.l902; 
NAC. Awards : Bronze medal, Paris 
Exp., 1900; hon. men.. Paris Salon. 
1900; bronze medal, Pan-Am.Exp.. Buf- 
falo, 1901; sliver medal. St. Louis Exp.. 
1904; gold medal. Brussels Exp., 1910. 
Work: Complete set of medals (60) 
In Metropolitan Museum. New York; 
represented in Paris Mint; Luxem- 
bourg, Paris; Munich Qlyptothek. Vien- 
na Numismatic Soc; Am.Numismatlc 
Soc, New York; Boston Museum of 
Fine Arts; Mint In Philadelphia. 



BRERETON, Alice Laborde, 14 Rue 
Moulin -de-Beurre, Pans, France. 
S. — Born New Haven, Conn. 



du 



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BRETZ, Mary, 6 Rue Bugdne Manuel. 
Paris, France. 
P. — Pupil of Gervais and Schommer. 

BREUL, Hugo, 235 Benefit St.; b. 47 
Fruit Hill Ave., Providence, R. I. 
P.— Bom Saalfleld, Germany, May 27, 
1854. Pupil of Wllmarth and Chase In 
New York; O. Seltz and Llndenschmldt 
In Germany; Boulanger and Lefebvre in 
Paris. 

BREVOORT, James R(enwlck), 390 North 
Broadway, Yonkers, N. Y. 
Ldscp.P. — Born Westchester Co., N. Y., 
July 20. 1832. Pupil of Thomas S. Cum- 
mlngrs in New York; traveled in Europe. 
Member: ANA 1861, NA 1868; Cent- 
ury Assoc; Royal Academy, Urblno, 
Italy. 

BREWER, Alice Ham (Mrs. F. Layton 
Brewer), 241 Midland Ave., Montclair, 
N. J. 

Min.P.— Born .Chicaero. 111., March 14, 
1872. Pupil of AIC; ASL of N.Y.; Henry 
Mosler, w. J. Whittemore an d Rh oda 
Holmes Nlcholls. Member: NYWCC. 

BREWER, Edward V., 122 South 6th St., 
Minneapolis, Minn. (P.) 

BREWER, Ethellyn. See Mrs. Louis De 
Foe. 

BREWER, H. E., Whitestone, L. I., 
N. Y. (P.) 

BREWER, Nicholas Richard, 939 Eighth 
Ave.; h. 746 St. Nicholas Ave., New 
York, N. Y. 

P. — Born In Olmstead Co., Minn., June 
1, 1857. Pupil of D. W. Try on a nd 
Holmes Nicholls. Member: NYWCC. 

BREWSTER, Amanda. See Mrs. R. V. 
V. Sewell. 

BREWSTER, Mrs. Anna Richards, Harts- 
dale. N. Y. ; summer. Matumick, R. I. 
P..I. — Born Germantown, Pa., Apr. 8, 
1870. Pupil of Dennis Bunker and H. 
Siddons Mowbray in America; Constant 
and Laurens in Paris. Awards: 
Dodge prize. NAD, 1889. 

BREWSTER, Earl H., 16 Quai de Be- 
thune, Paris, France. 
P.— Born Chagrin Falls, O., Sept. 21, 
1879. Pupil of N.Y. School of Art; ASL 
of N.Y. Work: ''Bathers at Moon- 
rise," Hilly er Art Gallery, Northamp- 
ton. Mass. 

BREWSTER, George T(homat), Ward's 
Point. Tottenville, S. L, N. Y. 
S.,T.— Born Kington, BCass., F ,b 24 
1862. Pupil of Normal Art Sc'aool in 
Boston; Ecole des Beaux-Arts, under 
Dumont, and of Mercl6 in Paris.. 
Member: NSS; N.Y.Arch.Lg.l897; 
NAC; N.Y.Munldpal AS; NSC; Nat. 
Geographical Soc. Instructor at Cooper 
T'nlon since 1900. Work: "Indiana," 
Crownlnu .statue at Indianapolis; 



"Hope," Crowning staute. State House, 
Providence, R. I.; U. S. Senator, P. 
Walsh, for Augusta, Ga.; "Defence of 
the Flag," Athens, Pa.; equestrian 
statute of W. P. Hussey, Danvers, 
Mass.; "Greek Statesman" and "Greek 
Drama," Brooklyn Institute Museum; 
"Soldiers' Monument." Maiden, Mass. 

BREYFOQLE, John W(lnttanley), 28 
West 63d St., New York, N. Y. 
P.— Born Louisville, Ky., Oct. 23, 1874. 
Pupil of PAFA, under Chase and An- 
shutz. 

BREYMAN, Edna Cranston, 682 Myrtle 
Ave., Portland, Ore. (P.) 

BRICK, Harry, 130 South 8th St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

P. — Born Odessa, Russia, Feb. 23, 1882. 
Pupil of PAFA. 

BRIDGE, William, 262 West 125th St., 
New York, N. Y. (P.) 

BRIDGES, Fidelia, Canaan, Conn. 
P. — Born Salem, Mass., May 19, 1834. 
Pupil of W. T. Richards. Member: 
AWCS; ANA 1873. 

BRIDGMAN, F(rederlc) A(rthur), 29 
Avenue Daubigny, Paris, France; win- 
ter, Les Lauriers, Monte Carlo, France. 
P.,W. — Born Tuskegee, Ala., Nov. 10, 
1847. Pupil of NAD in New York; 
Ecole des Beaux-Arts and G^rOme in 
Paris. Member: ANA 1874, NA 
1881; Lotos C; N.Y.Arch.Lg.l899; Paris 
SAP. Awards : Third class medal. 
Paris Salon, 1877; second class medal, 
Paris Exp., 1878; silver medal, Paris 
Exp.. 1889; gold, Munich, 1891; second 
class, Berlin, 1892; first class, Antwerp, 
1894; silver. Paris Exp., 1900; silver. 
Pan-Am.Exp.. Buffalo, 1901; silver. St. 
Louis Exp., 1904. Legion of Honor 
1878, officer 1907; officer of Order of 
St. Michael of Bavaria. Work: "Pro- 
cession of the Sacred Bull Apis-Osiris." 
Corcoran Gallery, Washington; "On the 
Bosphorus," "An Interesting Game" 
and "Oriental Scene," Museum of the 
Brooklyn Institute; "Awaiting His 
BCaster" and "Women in Biskra Weav- 
ing the Burnoose," Art Institute. Chi- 
cago, 111. Author, in French, of "An- 
archy In Art," "The Idol and the Ideal." 

BRIDGi^AN, Lewis Jesse, 42 Summit 
Ave., Salem, Mass. 

I. — Born Lawrence. Mass., Nov. 17. 
1857. Specialty, Juvenile books. 

BRIQHAM, W. Cole, Harbor Villa, Shel- 
ter Island Heights. Suffolk Co., N. Y. 
P..C.,T. — Born Baltimore, Md., Jan. 11, 
1870. Pupil of ASL of N.Y. Mem- 
ber: ASL of N.Y.; N.Y.Arch.Lg.l904; 
A Aid S; NSC. Specialty, marine mo- 
saics. 

BRIGHT, John Irwin, 716 Locust St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; h. Overbrook, Pa. 
P.— Bom Philadelphia, 1869. Pupil of 
G^rOme in Paris. Member: Phila. 
WCC. Awards: Hon. mention. 
ACPhila.1901; bronze mednl, AAS 1902; 
bronze medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 



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BRILL, G(eorge) R(efter), 1520 Chestnut 
St.» Philadelphia, Pa.; h. Overbrook, 
Pa.; summer. Monument Beach, Mass. 
I., P.— Bom Pittsburgh, Pa., Aug. 27, 
1867. Pupil of Spring Garden Inst.; 
PAFA; Cusachs and Boss. Mem- 
ber: ACPhila.; Phlla.Sketch C; Fel- 
lowship PAFA; Associated Artists of 
Pittsburgh. Author and illustrator of 
"Rhymes of the Gtolden Age." 

BRINQHURST, Robert P(orter), 1820 Lo- 
cust St., St. Louis. Mo. 
S.,C.,T. — Born Jerseyville, 111., Mar. 22. 
1856. Pupil of St. Louis School of 
Fine Arts; Ecole des Beaux- Arts in 
Paris. Member: SWA; St. Louis 
AG. ; 2 X 4 Soc. Awards: First class 
medal, Columbian Bxp., Chicago, 1893; 
C£Uih prize, Tennessee Centennial, Nash- 
ville, 1897; silver medal, St. Louis Bxp., 
1904. Work: "The Artist's Dream,'* 
Art Association, Indianapolis; "Awaken- 
ing Spring," Art Institute of Chicago; 
represented in St. Louis Museum. 

BRINLEY, D(anlel) Putnam. 227 West 
74th St.; h. 236 West 76th St.. New 
York, N. Y.; summer, Silvermine, Nor- 
walk. Conn. 

P. — ^Bom Newport, R. I., March 8, 1879. 
Pupil of ASL of N.Y.; studied in Flor- 
ence and Paris. Member: NAC 
(life); N.Y.Municipal AS; MacD.C; 
Am. PS; Union Internationale des 
Beaux- Arts et des Lettres. 

BRI80N, Ella S., 1028 Fine Arts Bldg.; 
h. 6407 Greenwood Ave., Chicago, 111. 
I.,C. — Born South Orange, N. J., Oct. 
28, 1878. Pupil of AIC; Holmes School 
of Illustration. Member: ASL of 
Chicago; Alumni Assoc, of Design of 
AIC; Chicago A. Crafts S. Specialty, 
Juvenile books. 

BRITTON, James, The Waldon, Asylum 
and Ann Sts.; h. 96 Windsor Ave., Hart- 
ford, Conn.; summer, Gloucester, Mass. 
P.,I.,Bngr.,W. — ^Bom Hartford, Feb. 20, 
1878. Pupil of C. N. Flagg, A. F. Jac- 
caci, George de F. Brush, R. B. Bran- 
degee. Member: Conn.A.F.A.; Mu- 
nicipal A.S. of Hartford; Hartford Art 
Inst.; Conn.Soc. Independent Artists. 
Awards : I^rst prize, Farmington, 
Conn., 1902. 

BROCKHURST, James Baldwin, Red 
Bank, N. J. 

P., I. — Born Jersey City, N. J. Pupil of 
Chase, ASL of N. Y. ; NAD. Mem- 
ber: N.Y.Municipal AS; NSC. 

BRODERICK, Robert W., 1 Pawtucket 
St., Haverhill, Mass. (P.) 

BROMWELL. Henrietta, P. O. Box 60, 
Denver, Colo. 

P.,S.,T. — Bom Charleston, 111. M e m - 
ber: Denver AC. 

BROOKE, Lena R., Norfolk, Va. (P.) 

BROOKE, Richard NCorrls), 900 N^w 
York Ave., Washington, D. C; h. War- 
r en ton V^a 
P.,T.— Borii Warrenton, Oct. 20, 1847. 



Pupil of PAFA; Bonnftt and Constant in 
Paris. Member: S. Wash. A; Wash. 
SFA. Awards: Parsons prize, S.' 
Wash. A., 1901; third Corcoran prise, S. 
Wash.A.,1904. Work: "A Pastoral 
Visit," Corcoran Gallery, Washington. 

BROOKS, A(lden) F(lnney). 4367 SL 
Lawrence Ave., Chicago, 111.; summer, 
Hilaire Cottage, R. F. D., No. 2, Fenn- 
viUe. Mich. 

P.,S. — Bom West Williamsfleld, O., Apr. 
3. 1840. PupU of Edwin White In Chi- 
cago; Carolus-Duran in Paris. Mem- 
ber: Chicago SA. Awards: Yerkes 
prize, Chicago SA, 1892; 111. State Fair 
prize, 1896. Work: "Boys FishlnK^' 
Union Club, Chicago; "Gen. George M. 
Thomas" and "Judge Kirk Hawes," 
Public Library, Chicago; "Gov. Jno. R. 
Tanner," Capitol, Springfield, RL; "Isaac 
Elwood" and "James Glidden," State 
Normal School, De Kalb, 111.; "Vlce- 
Pres. Sandison," State Normal School, 
Terre Haute, Ind. 

BROOK8, Amy, Hyde Park, Mass. 
I. — Born Chelsea, Mass. Pupil of Bos- 
ton Museum School. 

BROOK8, Carol. See Mrs. H. A. Mac- 
Neil. 

BROOK8, Grace E., Chestertown, Kent 
Co., Md. (Mln.P.) 

BROOKS, Miriam. 224 A St., S. E., Wash- 
ington, D. C. (P.) 

BROOKS, Richard E(dw1n), 9 Rue Fal- 

fuidre, Paris, France; and 26 School 
t., Quincy, Mass. 
S.—Bom Braintree, Mass., 1865. Pupil 
of T. H. Bartlett in Boston; Colarossi 
Academy in Paris under Aub6 and In- 
jalbert. Member: NSS; Nat.Inst.A.L.; 
Paris AAA. Awards: Hon. men- 
tion, Paris Salon, 1896; third class med- 
al, Paris Salon, 1899; gold medal, Paris 
Bxp., 1900; gold medal, Pan-Am.Bxp., 
Buffalo, 1901. Work: "CoL Thomas 
Cass," Boston; "John Hanson" and 
"Charles Carroll," Washington, D. C: 
"The Bather" and "Song of the Wave.** 
Metropolitan Museum, New York. 

BROOKS, Ruth W., Navy Pay Office, Ma- 
nila, P. L (Min.P.) 

BROOME, Isaac, 345 S. Olden Ave., Tren- 
ton, N. J. 

S.,C.,L.,W. — Born Valcartler, Lower 
Canada, May 16, 1836. Pupil of PAFA. 
Work: Statue for Corcoran Mauso- 
leum, Georgetown, D. C; numerous 
ideal sculptures; Made art tiles. 
Awards: Medal for ceramics, Phila. 
Centennial, 1876; Paris Exp., 1878. 

BROWN, Alice Van Vechten, Wellesley 
College; h. 43 Curve St., Wellesley, 
Mass. 

P.,T. — Born Hanover, N. H., June 7, 
1862. Pupil of ASL of N. Y.; Abbott H. 
Thayer in Boston; studied in Europe. 
Member: ASL of N.Y.; Copley S. 
1901; Archeeologrical Inst, of America; 
NAC. Professor of Art, Wellesley Col- 
lege since 1897. 



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BROWN. Arthur William, Van Dyck Stu- 
dios, 939 Eisrhth Ave., New York, N. Y. 
I. — M ember: SI. 

BROWN, Benjamin C, Pasadena, Cal. 
Ldscp.P. — Pupil St. Louis Art School; 
Julian Academy in Paris. 

BROWN. Bolton Colt, 106 East 23d St., 
New York. N. Y.; summer, Woodstock, 
Ulster Co., N. Y. 

Ldscp.P., T.,W. — Born Dresden, N. Y., 
Nov. 27, 1865. Member: NAC; Union 
Internationale des Beaux-Arts et Let- 
tres. Work: "The Bather," National 
Arts Club, New York; "Monterey Flsh- 
insT Villasre," Indianapolis Art Associa- 
tion. Instructor at Cornell Univ. for 
three years and at Leland Stanford, 
Jr., Univ. for eisrht years. 

BROWN, Carroll Butler, 939 Eighth Ave., 
New York, N. Y. (P.) 

BROWN, C. Emerson, 232A Tremont St., 
Boston, Mass.; h. 13 Atlantic Ave., Bev- 
erlv T V f fl WB 

P.,S'.,C. — Bom Beverly, Jan. 9, 1869. 
Pupil of Cowles Art School in Boston. 
Specialty, marines; modeling in wax of 
natural history groups. 

BROWN, Charlotte Harding (Mrs. John 
A. Brown), 8057 Moro St., Holmesburg, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

I. — Born Newark, N. J., Aug. 31, 1873. 
Pupil of Phila. School of Design for 
Women; PAFA; Howard Pyle at Drexel 
Inst. Member: Fellowship PAFA; 
Plastic C. Awards: Silver medal. 
Woman's Exp., London, 1900; silver 
medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. Illustra- 
tions for "Century," '^Collier's Weekly." 

BROWN, D., 351 East 57th St., New 
York, N. Y. (P.) 

BROWN, Emma Elizabeth, Cambridge, 
liass. 

I. — Born Concord, N. H., Oct. 18, 1847. 
Author, "Life of Grant," etc. 

BROWN, Ethel Pennewlll, 1306 Franklin 
St., Wilmington, Del. 
P.,I.— Bom Wilmington, Del. Pupil of 
Twachtman and Howard Pyle. Mem- 
ber: Phila. Plastic C; Fellowship 
PAFA. 

BROWN, Florence Bradthaw. 5045 Kim- 
bark Ave., Chicago, HI. (P.) 

BROWN, Francis, 1204 East 8th St., Mun- 
de, Ind. (P.) 

BROWN, Glenn Madlton, 1928% Pennayl- 
vania Ave., N. W., Washington, D. C. 
I. — Bom Hartford. Conn., Oct. 28, 1876. 
Pupil of E. C. MIesser In Washlnfton; 
ASL of N. Y. ; Julian Academy and Lau- 
rens in Paris. 

BROWN, Q. T., 780 Selby Ave., fft. Paul, 
Minn. (P.) 

BROWN, Harold Haven, 6046 Klmbark 
Ave.. Chicago, 111. 
P.,I.,T. — Bom Maiden, Mass., June 6, 



1869. Pupil of Mass. Normal Art School; 
Ecole des Beaux-Arts under G^rOme, 
and Julian Academie under Laurens in 
Paris. Member: Eastern Art Teach- 
ers' Assoc; School Crafts Club; NSC 
Award: Bronze medal, Pan-Am.Exp., 
Buffalo, 1901. Assistant to Walter 
Sargent at University of Chicago. 

BROWN, Howard V., 131 West 23d St., 
New York, N. Y.; h. Arlington, N. J. 
P., I. — Born Lexington, Ky., July 1, 
1878. Member: SI. 

BROWN, Irene, 172 Prospect St., East 
Orange, N. J.; summer, Springfield, Vt. 
P.— Born Hastings, Mich., Feb. 26, 1881. 
Pupil of Chase, Hawthorne and Johan- 
sen. 

BROWN, James Francis, 51 West 10th 
St., New York. N. Y. 
P.— Born Niagara Falls, N. Y. Pupil of 
NAD in New York; Collin and Bou- 
guereau in Paris; Royal Academy in 
Munich. Member: SaJma.C.1904. 

BROWN, J(ohn) Q(eorga). Died Febru- 
ary 8, 1913. 

P. — ^Born Durham, England, Nov. 11, 
1831; came to the United States 1853. 
Pupil of Wm. B. Scott in England; 
N.A.D. under Cummings in New York. 
Member: ANA 1861, NA 1863 (v.- 
pres. 1899-1903); AWCS (pres. 1890- 
1904); A.Fund S; Salma.C. (hon.); 
Century Assoc. Awards : Hon. 
mention, Paris Exp., 1889; silver 
medal (twice). Mechanics' Inst., Boston; 
bronze medal, California, 1894; silver 
medal. Pan- Am. Exp.. Buffalo, 1901. 
Work: "Allegro and Penseroso," and 
"The 'Longshoreman's Noon," Corcoran 
Gallery, Washington; "Jack in the 
Box," Detroit Museum of Art; "Medita- 
tion," Metropolitan Museum, New York. 

BROWN, M. Lamont, South Framingham, 
Mass. 
Wood Engr. — M ember: Boston SAC. 

BROWN (Mr.), Ray, Butterick Publish- 
ing Comapny; h. 294 West 92d Eft., New 
York, N. Y.; summer, Bellport, L. L, 
N. Y. 

I. — Bom Qroton, Conn., July 16, 1865. 
Art Director of "Everybody's Magazine" 
and for the Butterick Publishing Com- 
pany. Work: Illustrated. "Book of 
Child's Songs"; "Stage Lyrics," etc. 

BROWN, Roy H., 28 Rue le Verrler. 
Paris. France. 

I. — Bom Decatur, 111. Pupil of Laurens 
in Paris. 

BROWN, Tom, 804 West Commerce St., 
San Antonio, Tex. (P.) 

BROWN, W. Alden, Room 49, 19 Ck>Uefe 
St.; h. 124 Dora St., Providence, R. I.; 
summer, Buttonwoods, R. I. 
P. — ^Bom Providence, March 15, 1877. 
Pupil of E. M. Bannister; R.I. School 
of i>esign; ASL summer claas at Wood- 
stock, N. Y.; at Lsmne, Conn., under 
Frank V. Du Mond. Member: 
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BROWN, Walter Francis* Palacxo da 
Mula, San Vio 726» Venice. Italy; and 
40 Beacon St., Providence, R. I. 
P.,I. — ^Bom Providence, R. L, Jan. 10, 
1853. Pupil of O6r0me and Bonnat In 
Paris, work: "The Acropolis," and 
"The Parthenon," Hay Library, Provi- 
dence. Illustrated "A Tramp Abroad," 
by Mark Twain; "Rosrer Williams," by 
Charles MlUer. 

BROWNE, Charios Francis, Art Insti- 
tute; h. 1643 East 57th St., Chicago. HI. 
Ld8cp.P.,T.,W.,Li. — Bom Natick, Mass., 
May 21, 1869. Pupil of School of Bos- 
ton Museum; PAFA under Eakins; G4- 
rOme and Schenck in Paris. Mem- 
ber: SWA; Chicago SA; Chicago WCC; 
Chicago Municipal AL. Awards : 
Toppan prize, PAPA; Young Fort- 
nightly prizes, AIC 1905; Grower prize, 
AIC 1906; Fine Art Bldg. prize, Chi- 
cago, 1909. Instructor at AIC. 

BROWNE, George Elmer, care of Mun- 
roe A Co., 7 Rue Scribe, Paris, France. 
P. — Born Gloucester, 'Mass., May 6, 
1871. Pupil of Benson, Tarbell, De 
Camp and Ernest L. Major in Boston; 
Lefebvre and Robert-Fleury in Paris. 
Member: Salma.C.1898; A.Fund S. 
1902. Awards : Bronze medal, Me- 
chanics' Fair, Boston. 1895; book plate 
prize, Salma.C.1898; George Inness, Jr., 
prize, Salma.C.1901. Work: "The 
White Cloud," Toledo Museum; "The 
Wain Team," National Gallery, Wash- 
ington; "The Port, Douarnenez, Brit- 
tany," Art Institute, Chicago. 

BROWNE, Margaret FItzhugh, 384 Boyl- 
ston St.; h. 407 Marlborough St., Bos- 
ton, Mass.; summer, Croydon, N. H. 
P., I. — Born Boston, Mass., June 7, 1884. 
Pupil of Joseph De Camp. 

BROWNE, Matilda, Indian Field Road, 
Greenwich, Conn.; summer, Lyme, 
Conn. 

P.,T. — Bom Newark, N. J., May 8, 
1869. Pupil of C. M. Dewey, H. S. 
Bisblng and Julian Dupr6. Mem- 
ber: Woman's AC; Artists' Club of 
Newark. Awards : Hon. mention, 
Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; Dodge 
prize. NAD 1899; third Hallgarten prize, 
NAD 1901. 

BROWNELL, Matilda A., 1110 Carnegie 
Studios; h. 322 West 56th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

P. — Born In New York. Pupil of Chase 
and MacMonnies. 

BROWNING, Q. WCesIey), 362 Sixth Ave., 
Salt Lake City, Utah. 
P., I.— Bom Salt Lake City, Sept. 24, 
1868. Member: Soc. Utah Artists; 
Utah Art Inst. Award: First prize 
for water color, Utah Art Institute. 
Illustrations on nature study. 

BROWN LOW, C(harl«s) V(Ictor), 5819 
McMahon Ave., Germantown, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

P.— Born In England, May 28, 1863. 
Pupil of J. W. wnymper. Member: 

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BROWNSCOMBE, Jannia (AuguaU), 96 
Fifth Ave.; h. 47 Fifth Ave., New York, 
N. Y.; summer, PalenvlUe, Greene Co., 
N. Y. 

P.—Bom Honesdale, Pa., Dec 10, 1860. 
Pupil of L. B. WUmarth. NAD, and 
ASli of N.Y.; Henry Hosier in Paris. 
Member: NAC; N.Y.Munlcipal AS. 

BROWSE, Mabel Elizabeth, 1520 Chest- 
nut St., Philadelphia. Pa.; and Grape 
Island TV. Va. 

P.,T.-<^Borii Grape Island, May 17, 1875. 
Pupil of PAFA and Phlla. School of De- 
sign for Women. 

BRUE8TLE, George M., 132 Bast 23d St., 
New York, N. Y.; summer, Lyme, Conn. 
Lidscp.P.,T. — Bom New York, Dec 22, 
1872. Pupil of ASL of N.Y. under 
Mowbray; Colarossi Academy under 
Courtois and of Aman-Jean in Paris. 
Member: Artists' Club of Lyme. 
Work: "Afternoon Landscape," Glbbes 
Memorial Museum, Charleston, S. C. 

BRUM BACK, L. Upton, 140 West 57th 
St., New York, N. Y. (P.) 

BRUNDAGE» Wdlllam T(y80n), 1763 
Euclid St., N. W., Washington, D. C; 
summer, 15 River Road, Annlsquam, 
Essex Co., Mass. 

P., I.— Born New York, N. Y., Jan. 14, 
1849. Pupil of Shirlaw at ASL of N.Y. 
Member: Salma.C. ; ASL of N.Y. 

BRUSH, George de Forest, 9 Macdougal 
Alley, New York, N. Y.; h. Tarrytown, 
N. Y.; summer, Dublin, N. H. 
P. — Born Shelbyvllle, Tenn., Sept. 28. 
1855. Pupil of G^rOme In Paris. 
Member: ANA 1888, NA 1901; A. 
Fund S; SAA 1880; Nat.Inst.A.L.; Am. 
Acad.A.L. Awards : First Hallgarten 
prize, NAD 1888; medal, Columbian 
Exp., Chicago, 1893; Temple gold medal, 
PAFA 1897; gold medal, Paris Exp., 
1900; gold medal, Pan-Am.Exp., Buf- 
falo, 1901; gold medal, St. Louis Exp., 
1904; Saltus medal. NAD 1909. Work : 
**In the Garden," Metropolitan Museum, 
New York, N. Y.; "Mother and Child," 
Corcoran Gallery, Washingrton; "Por- 
trait of a Lady," and "Portrait of 
President McKInley," Carnegie Insti- 
tute, Pittsburgh; 'Mother and Child." 
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; "The 
Moose Chase," National Gallery, Wash- 
ington; "Mother and Child," Pennsyl- 
vania Academy. Philadelphia. 

BRYAN, Edward, Art Academy, Cincin- 
nati, O. 

P.,T.— Bom Iredell, Tex., 1876. Pupil 
of Frank Duveneck In Cincinnati; 
Laurens and Julian Academy in Paris. 
Member: Phlla. WCC. 

BRYAN, W. E., Dublin, Tex. (P.) 

BRYANT, Everett Lloyd, 870 Linden 
Ave., Baltimore, Md. 
P. — Born Gallon. O., 1864. Pupil of 
Blanc and Couture in Paris; Herkomer 
in London; Anshutz, Chase and Brecken- 
ridge in Philadelphia. Member: 
Fellowship PAFA; Phlla.Sketch C; 
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BRYANT, Maude Drein, 870 Linden Ave.. 
Baltimore, Md. (P.) 

BRYANT, Wallace, 9 Exeter St., Boston, 
Mass.; May to Nov., Box 73, Auburn- 
dale, ' Mass. 

P.,C.,T.— Bom in Boston. Pupil of 
Constant, Laurens, Robert-Fleury and 
Bouffuereau in Paris. 

BUCKLEY, Jeannette, 1226 East 66th St., 
Chicago, ni. (P.) 

BUCKLIN, W(llilam) S(avery). Riverside, 
Conn.; summer, Robinwood Lodge, Ne- 
hasarre P. O., Adirondacks, N. Y. 
P.— Bom Phalanx, N. J., Oct. 2. 1851. 
Pupil of Normal Art School in Boston; 
ASL of N.Y.; Rondel in New York. 
Member: ASL of N.Y. Specialty, 
water color. 

BUDD, Charles Jay, 37 West 22d St.. New 
York. N. Y.; h. 218 North Grove St., 
East Orange. N. J. 

P., I. — Bom S. Schodack, Rensselaer Co., 
N. Y., Feb. 14, 1859. Pupil of PAPA 
under Ekikins: ASL of N.Y. Mem- 
ber: PhiIa.Sketch C. Specialty, chil- 
dren's books. 

BUDD, Katharine Cotheal, 500 Fifth Ave.; 
h. 10 Gramercy Park, Kew York, N. Y. 
P., I.. Arch.— Pupil of William M. Chase. 
Illustrated: "Eiomes and Their Decora- 
tion," by FVench, and numerous articles 
in architectural magazines. 

BUDWORTH, William 8(ylve8ter). 615 
South Eighth Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 
P.— Born Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 22, 1861. 
Self-taught. Member: AAS; Kit- 
Kat C. Award: Silver medal. AAS 
1902. 

BUEHLER, Lytton (Briggs), 11 Main St., 
Gettysburg, Pa. 

P.— Born Gettysburg, Aug. 6, 1888. 
Pupil of PAFA. Member: Fellow- 
ship PAFA. 

BUEHR, Karl Albert, llbis Rue du Val- 
de-Grace. Paris, France. 
P.,T. — Bom in Germany. Studied in 
France and Holland; pupil of AIC. 
Member: Chicago SA; SWA. 
Awards: Bronze medal, St. Louis 
Exp., 1904; hon. mention, Paris Salon, 
1910. 

BUEHR. Mary Q. Hess (Mrs. Karl Albert 
Buehr), llbis Rue du Val-de-Grace, 
Paris, France; and 4406 North Paulina 
St., Rogers Park, Chicago, 111. 
Min.P.,C. — ^Bom Chicago, 111. Studied in 
Holland and in France; pupil of AIC. 

BUERQERNI88, Carl, 2427 North College 
Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. (P.) 

BUPANO, Benlamino, 8 Macdougal Alley, 
New York, N. Y. (S.) 

BUHLER, A. M., 110 Tremont St., Boston. 
Mass. (P.) 



BULL, Charles Livingston, Oradell, N. J. 
I..P.— Bom New Yoric State, 1874. Pupil 
of Harvey Elli s an d M. Louise StowelL 
Member: NYWCC. Specialty, wild 
animals. 

BULLARD, Marlon R., Woodstock. N. Y. 
(P.) 

BUM8TEAD. Ethel Quincy, 12 Berkeley 
St., Cambridge, Mass. 
P. — ^Born London, England. June 22, 
1873. Pupil of Boston Museum School 
under Abbott Graves. Member: 
Copley S.1893. 

BUNCE, J(ohn) Oscar, 1 West 34th St. 
New York, N. Y.; h. Ridgewood, N. J. 
S..Arch. — ^Bom New York, N. Y.. July, 
1867. Pupil NAD and ASL of N.Y. 

BUNCE, W(llllam) Qedney, 21 Woodland 
St., Hartford. Conn. 
P.— Born Hartford. Sept. 19, 1840. Pupil 
of Cooper Union and William Hart in 
New York; Achenbach in Munich; P. 
J. Clays in Antwerp. Member: 
ANA 1902. NA 1907; Nat.Inst.A.L. 
Awards: Bronze medal, Paris Ebq)., 
1900; silver medal. Pan-Am.Ezp., Buf- 
falo. 1901; silver medal, Charleston E«xp.. 
1902; silver medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 
Work: "Elarly Morning — ^Venice" and 
"Morning View in Venice," Metropoli- 
tan Museum, New York; "Sunset, Saji 
Giorgio, Venice," National Gallery. 
Washington. 

BUNDY, John Elwood, Young's Art Gal- 
leries, Kimball Hall, Chicago, Bl. 
Ldscp.P. — Born Guilford Co.. N. C, 
May 1. 1863. Member: SWA; Rich- 
mond Art Assoc. Work : "Blue 
Spring." Public Gallery, Richmond. Ind. 

BUNKER, Phoebe A., Merrick, L. L, 

N. Y. 

P.— Born Brooklyn. N. Y., 1868. Pupil 
of Courtois in Paris. Member: N.Y. 
Woman's AC. Award : Norman W. 
Dodge prise, NAD 1900. 

BUNNER, Rudolph F., Ridgefleld, Conn. 
P.,I.— M ember: NYWCC; Salma.C. 
1890. 

BUONGIORNO, Donatus, 106 East 23d 
St.; h. 340 East 163d St., New York, 
N. Y. 

P.,T.— Born Solofra, Italy, Nov. 11, 1866. 
Pupil of Bolt Inst, of Fine Art, Naples. 
Work: "Apotheosis of the Evange- 
list," Church of St. Leonard of the 
Franciscan Fathers. Boston, Mass. 

BURBANK, E(lbrldge) A(yer), 210 Wa- 
bash Ave., Chicago, 111.; h. Harvard. IlL 
P. — ^Bom Harvard, IlL, Aug. 10. 1868. 
Pupil of Academy of Design in Chicago; 
Paul Nauen in Munich. Member: 
Chicago SA. Awards: Yerkes first 
prize, Chicago. 1893; medal and hon. 
mention, Atlanta Bzp.. 1895. Since 1897 
has made portraits of over 126 types of 
N. American Indians; represented in 
Field Museum and Newberry Library, 
Chicago, and Smithsonian institution, 
Washington, D. C. 



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BURBANK, William Edwin, Weston 
Bldg.; h. 1179 Elm St., Manchester, 
N. H. 

P.,T. — ^Born Boston, Mass., Oct. 6, 1866. 
Pupil of Cowles Art School in Boston; 
Laurens and Constant in Paris. Art 
Director, Manchester Institute of Arts 
and Sciences. 

BURD, Clara Miller, 31 East 27th St.; h. 
The Terrace, 405 West 118th St., New 
York, N. Y.; summer, Patchogue, L. I. 
P., I., C— Born New York City. Pupil of 

C. Y. Turner, Will Low and Wm. M. 
Chase in New York; Courtois and Re- 
nardo In Paris. Illustrated: "In Me- 
morlam," and several children's books; 
numerous memorial windows. 

BURDETTE, Hattle E., 1410 G St., N. 
W.; h. "The Nansemond," Washingrton, 

D. C. 

P.— M ember: S. Wash. A.; Wash.WCC. 

BURDICK. H (Grace) RCobblns), 16 Park 
Ave., Maiden, Mass.; summer, Went- 
worth, N. H. 

Port.P.,T.,W.— Born East Killingly, 
Conn., Oct. 7, 1844. Pupil of Lowell 
Inst, and Boston Museum School under 
Hollingsworth and Grundmann. Mem- 
ber: Boston AC. Awards: Medal 
at Mechanics Inst., Boston. Work: 
Portraits in State House and Faneuil 
Hall, Boston; Memorial Hall, Cam- 
bridge; New Bedford Savings Bank; 
Pittsfleld Berkshire Savings Bank; 
decorative panels in Fall River Theatre. 

BUREAU, Albert G(eorge), 22d St. and 
Allegheny Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 
S.— Bom Philadelphia, Feb. 21, 1871. 

BURGESS, Edward, 2122 North Park 
Ave., Chicago, 111. (P.) 

BURGESS. Frank G(elett), 175 Warren 
Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Caricaturist. — Born Boston, Jan. 30, 
1866. 

BURGESS, Harry George, 201 Columbus 
Ave., Boston, Mass. (P.) 

BURGESS, Ida J., 77 Irving Place, New 
York, N. Y.; summer, Laurel Lodge, 
Woodstock, Ulster Co., N. Y. 
P.. C— Born Chicago, 111. Pupil of 
Chase and Shirlaw in New York; Mer- 
son in Paris. Member: Chicago SA; 
N.Y. Woman's AC; Pen and Brush C. 
Awards : First prize for competitive 
design for decoration of Reception 
Room, Woman's Bldg., World's Fair, 
Chicago, 1893. Work: "Youth En- 
quiring of the Sphinx," "The Libation 
Pourer," "The Law," 'Inspiration," 
mural decorations In the Ovlngton Lunt 
Library, North Western iJnivenlty, 
Bvanston, 111. 

BURGESS, Ruth PayiM (Mrs. John W. 
Burgess), 823 West 57th Sty New York, 
N. Y.; summer, Rhode Island Ave., 
Newport, R. I. 

Port.P. — Born Montpeller, Vt. Pupil of 
A8L of N.Y. under Brush, Cox and 



Melchers. Member: ASL of N.Y. 
(ex-pres.); Woman's AC (pres. five 
years). Work: "Hon. A. B. Hep- 
bum," Treasury Bldg., Washington; 
"Judge Pierson," Public Library, Hol- 
yoke, Mass.; "Prof. March" and "Dr. 
Daniel Bliss," Amherst College; "His 
Royal Highness, Prince August Wil- 
liam," Potsdam, Berlin, Germany. 

BURGMANN, William, 1534 Churchmann 
Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. (P.) 

BURLEIGH, Sydney R(lchmond), "Fleur- 
de-Lys"; fa. 69 College St., Providence, 
R. I. 

P., I.— Bom Little Compton, R. L, July 
7, 1853. Pup il o f Laurens in Paris. 
Member: NYWCC; Providence AC. 
Awards : Bronze medal, St. Louis 
Exp., 1904. Work: "Landscape," R.I. 
School of Design, Providence. 

BURLINGAME, Charles Albert, Nanuet, 
N. Y. 

P.,I.,T. — Born Bridgeport, Conn., March 
29, 1860. Pupil of Edward Moran, Wm. 
H. Llpplncott and J. B. Whittaker. 
Member: Salma.C.1908. 

BURNETT, Edah P., 666 Holly Ave., St. 
Paul, Minn. (P.) 

BURN HAM, Anita Willets (Mrs. Alfred 
Newton Burnham), 1255 Asbury Ave., 
Hubbard Woods, 111. 

P.,C. — Born Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 22, 
1880. Pupil of Chase, Freer, Vander- 
poel, Du Mond, Cecilia Beaux, John 
Johansen, Martha Baker, Lawton 
Parker. Member: ASL of Chicago; 
Art Fellowship Assoc, of AIC. Work: 
School frieze, Chicago Public School. 



lURNHAM, 
Mass. (S.) 



Roger Noble, Magnolia, 



BURNS, Georgiana, 153 North 19th St., 
Portland, Ore. (F.) 

BURNS, J. P., 465 St. Johns Place, 
Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. (P.) 

BURNSIDE, Cameron, 229 Boulevard Ras- 
pall, Paris, France; and Atlanta, Ga. 
P. — Born London, England, July 23, 
1887, of American parents. Pupil of 
R6n6 M6nard, Rupert Bunny and Lu- 
cien Simon in Paris. Member: So- 
cl6t4 des Artistes Independants. 

BURPEE, William P(artrldge), 110 Tre- 
mont St., Boston, Mass.; and East 
Gloucester, Mass. 

P.,T. — ^Bom Rockland, Me. Member: 
Boston AC; Boston SWCP. Specialty, 
marines. Award: Bronze medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904. 

BURR, George Elbert, 1325 Logan St., 
Denver, Cofo. 

P.,I.,Etcher. — Born near Cleveland, O. 
Member: Chicago Soc. of Etchers; 
Denver AC. Made illustrations for cata- 
logue of Heber Bishop Collection of 
Jades at Metropolitan Museum. 



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BURRAGE, Mildred, 4 Rue de Chevreuse, 
Paris, France. (P.) 

BURRIDQE, Walter W(ilcox), 534 West 
28th St., New York. N. Y.; h. 68 Haw- 
thorne Ave., Olen Rid^e. N. J. 
Scenic P.,I. — ^Born Brooklyn, N. Y., 1857. 
Member: Chicago SA; Salma.C. 1908. 
Award: Ferris W. C. prize, AIC. 

BURROUGHS, Bryson, 50 East 86th St., 
New York, N. Y.; h. Hillside Ave., 
Flushing, L. I., N. Y. 
P. — Bom Hyde Park, Mass., Sept. 8, 
1869. Pupil of ASL. of N. Y.: Merson 
In Paris. Member: ANA 1904; Mural 
P; N.Y.Arch.Lg.l899: SAA 1901; Clncln- 
antl AC. Awards: Silver medal, 
Pan-Am.Bxp., Buffalo. 1901; second 
medal ($1,000), CI Pittsburgh. 1903; third 
prize. Worcester, Mass.. 1904; bronze 
medal. St. Louis Exp., 1904. Curator of 
Paintings. Metropolitan Museum of Art, 
New York. 

BURROUGHS, Edfth Woodman (Mrs. 
Bryson Burroughs), Hillside Ave., 
Flushing, L. I., N. Y. 
S. — Born Rlverdale-on -Hudson, N. Y., 
Oct. 20. 1871. Pupil of ASL of N.Y. 
under Augustus St. Qaudens; Injalbert 
and Merson In Paris. Member: NSS. 
Awards : Shaw prize, NAD 1907. 
Work: Bust of "John La Farge," 
Metropolitan Museum, New York. 

BURT, Mary Theodora, 1203 Walnut St., 
Philadelphia. Pa. 

P.— Born Philadelphia. Pupil of PAFA; 
Julian Academy in Paris. Member: 
Plastic C; Fellowship PAFA. 

BUSEY, Norval H., 39 West 67th St., New 
York, N. Y. (P.) 

BUSH, Ella Shepard, 420 Boston Block; 
h. 2431 Tenth Ave., N.. Seattle, Wash. 
Min.P.— Born Galesburg. 111. Pupil of 
J. Alden Weir. Kenyon Cox, Robert 
Henri, Theodora W. Thayer. Mem- 
ber: Pa.S.Mln.P.; ASL of N. Y.; So- 
ciety of Seattle Artists. Principal, 
Seattle Art School. 

BUSH- BROWN, Henry K(lrke). 1729 G 
St., N. W., Washington. D. C. 
S. — Born Ogdensburg, N. Y., Apr. 21, 
1857. Pupil of NAD in New York and 
Henry K. Brown; studied in Paris and 
Italy. Member: NSS; NAC; N.Y. 
Arch.Lg.l892. Work: Equestrian 
statues of "Gen. G. G. Meade" and 
"Gen. John F. Reynolds," Gettysburg, 
Pa.; "Justinian," Appellate Court. New 
York, N. Y.; Memorial Arch. Stony 
Point. N. Y.; represented in Metropoli- 
tan Museum. New York. 

BUSH-BROWN, Margaret Lesley (Mrs. 
H. K. Bush-Brown), 1729 G St., N. W., 
Washington. D. C. 

Min.P.— Born Philadelphia, Pa., May 19, 
1857. Pupil of PAFA; Julian Academy 
in Paris under Lefebvre and Boulanger. 
Member: Woman's AC: AS Min.P.; 
NAC; S. Wash. A.; Wash.WCC. A w a rd : 
flllver medal, Charleston Exp.. 1902. 



BUTEN8KY, Jules Leon, 32 Union 
Square, New York, N. Y.; Summer, Ra- 
mah, Pomona. Rockland Co., N. Y. 
S.— Born Stolvitch. Russia, Dec. 18, 
1871. Pupil of Hellmer and Zumbusch 
at Imperial Academy of Fine Arts in 
Vienna; Merci6 and Alfred Boucher in 
Paris. Work: "Universal Peace," 
Metropolitan . Museum, New York; por- 
trait of former president. First National 
Bank, Brooklyn; "Jacob M. Gordin Me- 
morial," Seward Park, New York. 

BUTLER, Edward B., 1022 Fine Arts 
Bldg., Chicago, 111. (P.) 

BUTLER, Edward Smith. 1001 Chapel St., 
Walnut Hill, Cincinnati, O. 
P.,C.,T.— Born Cincinnati, Jan. 26, 1848. 
Self-taught. Member: Cincinnati 
AC. 

BUTLER, Howard Russell, 135 East 66th 
St., New York, N. Y.; and 42 Cleveland 
Lane, Princeton, N. J. 
P. — Born New York, March 8, 1866. 
Pupil of Dagnan-Bouveret, Roll and 
Gervex in Paris. Member: ANA 
1897, NA 1900; SAA 1889; NYWCC; N.Y. 
Arch.Lg.l889; Century Assoc; FAS 
(pres. 1889 to 1905). Awards: Hon. 
mention, Paris Salon. 1886; Temple sil- 
ver medal, PAFA 1888; medal, Atlanta 
Exp., 1895; silver medal, Pan-Am.Exp., 
±(ufFalo. 1901; bronze medal, St. Louis 
Exp., 1904^ 

BUTLER, John, 138 East 116th St.. New 
York, N. Y. (P.) 

BUTLER, J. J. P^ Glvemy-par-Vemon, 
Eure, France. (P.) 

BUTLER, Mary, 2127 Green St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

P.— M ember: Fellowship PAFA; 
Plastic C. 

BUTLER, Theodore Earl, Giverny-par- 
Vernon, Eure, France. (P.) 

BUTTON, Albert Prentice, 44 Boylston 
St., Boston, Mass. 

P.,I. — Born Lowell, Mass., 1872. Pupil 
of Boston art schools. Member: 
NYWCC. 

BUZBY, Rosella T., 5163 Wakefield St., 
Philadelphia. Pa. (P.) 

BYRAM, Ralph Shaw, Lena St.. and 
Church Lane, Germantown; h. Roum- 
fort Road. Mt. Airy, Philadelphia. Pa. 
P.,I.,C. — Born Germantown, March, 1881. 
Pupil of Pa. School of Industrial Art 
and of C. P. Weber. Member: 
Phila. Sketch C. 

CABLE, Benjamin D., 2034 East 73d St., 
Chicago, 111. 
S.— A ward: Walton prize, AIC 1910. 

CADDY, Alice, 340 West 85th St.. New 
York, N. Y. (P.) 

CADWALADER-GUILD, Mrs. Emma 
Marie, care of Deutsche Bank, Kurfur- 
stendam 188, Berlin, Germany. (S.) 



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CADY, (Walter) Harrison, The Imperial, 
corner Bedford Ave. and Pacific St.; h« 
1108 Pacific St., Brooklyn, New York, 
N. y. 

I. — Bom Gardner, Mass.. June 17, 1S77. 
Member: Salma.C; SI; Boston AC. 
Illustrated, "Rockety Pockety," "Queen 
Silver Bell." "The Spring Cleaninsr," 
•*The Cosy Lion," by Frances Hodson 
Burnett; contributor to **Lilfe"; member 
of staff "Brooklyn Eagle." 

C AH ILL, William V., 55 East 59th St., 
New York, N. Y.; summer, Woodstods, 
Ulster Co., N. Y. 

P. — Born Syracuse, N. Y. Pupil of ASL. 
of N.Y., and Birge Harrison. Mem- 
ber: Salma.C. 

CAIRNS, Hugh, care of Y. M. C. A., Bos- 
ton, Mass. (S.) 

CALDER, Alexander (Milne), 1903 N. 
Park Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 
S. — Born Aberdeen, Scotland, Aug. 23, 
1846. Pupil of John Rhlnd in Edin- 
burgh; studied in England: came to 
United States in 1868; pupil of PAFA 
under J. A. Bailly and Thomas Eakins. 
Work: Equestrian statue of Gen. 
George G. Meade in Fairmount Park, 
Philadelphia, Pa.; colossal statue of 
William Penn. 

CALDER, A(lexander) Sterling. Croton- 
on-Hudson. N. Y.; and 61 west 10th 
St., New York, N. Y. 
S.,T. — Born Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 11, 
1870; son of Alexander Milne Calder. 
Pupil of PAFA; Chapu and Falgui^re in 
Paris. Member: NSS 1896; 
ACPhila.; SAA 1905; Fellowship PAFA; 
ANA 1906; N.Y.Arch.Lg. Instructor, 
NAD. Awards : Gold medal, 
ACPhila.1893; hon. mention, Pan- Am. 
Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904; Lippincott prize, 
PAFA 1905; grand prize, Alaska- Yukon 
Pacific Exp., 1909. Work: Prof. 
Samuel D. Gross, Washington, D. C; 
statues of Witherspoon, Marcus Whit- 
man and Da vies, Presbyterian Bldg., 
Philadelphia; marble sun dial, Fairmount 
Park, Philadelphia; monumental arch- 
ways, Throop Institute, Pasadena, Cal.; 
Lea Memorial. Laurel Hill Cemetery, 
Philadelphia. Represented in permanent 
collection, Pennsylvania Academy; St. 
Louis Museum of Art; Franklin Inn 
Club and Smithsonian Institution 
grounds, Washington, D. C. 

CALDER, Norman Day, 1903 North Park 
Ave., Philadelphia, Fa. (P.) 

CALDER, Ralph Milne, 1903 North Park 
Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. (P., Arch.) 

CALDERWOOD, Ruth V., Newport, Minn. 
(P.) 

CALIGA, Ksaac) H(enry), 142 Federal 
St., Salem, Mass. 

P. — Born Auburn, Ind., March 24, 1857. 
Pupil of William Lindenschmidt. 



CALLAHAN, Carolina, Mountain View. 
CaL 

P. — ^Born S!an Francisco, CaL Pupil of 
Collin in Paris. 

CALLENDER, F. Arthur, 83 Blvd. du 
Montparnasse, Paris, France. 
P. — ^Born Boston, Mass. Pupil of Bou- 
langer and Lefebvre in Paris. 

CALVERLEY, Charles, Essex Fells, Cald- 
well N. J. 

S.— Born Albany. N. Y., Nov. 1, 1833. 
Pupil of Palmer in Albany. Mem- 
ber: ANA 1871, NA 1872. Work: 
Portrait busts of Horace Greeley, John 
Brown, Peter Cooper, etc.; Robert 
Burns at Metropolitan Museum, New 
York, 

CAMERON, Edgar 8(pler); Pont Avens, 
FYance; and 15 Studio Bldg., Chicago, 
111. 

Mural P.,W.— Bom Ottawa. IlL, May 2ff. 
1862. Pupil of Chicago Academy of De- 
sign; ASL of N.Y.; Cabanel, Constant 
and Laurens in Paris. Member* 
Chicago SA; Palette and Chisel r* 
(hon.); Chicago Arch.C. (aasoc>. 
Awards : Silver medal, Paris Sbcp.. 
1900; Grower prize, AIC 1909. Work; 
In Chicago Historical Soc; Chicago 
Union League Club; Supreme Court 
Library, Springfield, 111. 

CAMERON, Marie Gelon (Mrs. Edgar 8. 
Cameron), Pont Avens, France. 
P. — ^Bom Paris, FYance. Pupil of Mo- 
reau de Tours, Cabanel, Laurens and 
Constant in Paris. Member: North 
Side AC. Award: Prize, AIC 1902. 

CAMERON, R. C, 16th and Emerson Sts., 
N. W., Washington, D. C. (P.) 

CAMP, Harold M., 287 Quincy St., Brook- 
lyn, New York, N. Y. 
P.—M ember: NYWCC. 

CAMPBELL, Blendon, 15 MacdougaJ 
Alley, New York, N. Y. 
I., P. — Born St. Louis, Mo., July 28, 
1872. Pupil of Constant, Laurens and 
Whistler in Paris. Member: 81* 
Paris AAA. Award: Third prizA. 
Paris AAA 1900. 

CAMPBELL, Mrs. Ogden, 520 West 122il 
St., New York, N. Y. (P.) 

CAMPBELL, Thomas, Knoxville, Tenn. 
(P.) 

CANTRELL, Florence, 53 McDonough 
St., Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. (P.) 

CARBEE (Scott) Clifton, 110 Tremont 
St., Boston, Mass. 

P.,T. — Born Concord, Vt., April 26, 
1860. Pupil of Hugo Breul in Provi- 
dence; Bouguereau and Ferrier in 
Paris; Max Bohm In Florence. Mem- 
ber: Boston AC; Copley S.1902. 



CAREW, Berta, 51 West 10th St., New 
York, N. Y. (Min.P.) 



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CARL, Kate (Katharine AuQusta), 61 
Washington Square, S., New York, 
N. Y. 

P.,1. — ^Born New Orleans, La. Pupil of 
CourtoiB in Paris. Member: Soc. 
Nat.des Beaux -Arts, Paris; Woman's 
International C, London. Award: 
Hon. mention, Paris Bzp., 1900. Order 
of Double Dragon, China. Author and 
illustrator of "with the Empress Dow- 
ager of China.*' 

CARLES, Arthur B., 1520 Chestnut St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. (P.) 

CARLETON, CilfTord, 1931 Broadway; h. 
6 West 103d St., New York, N. Y. ; sum- 
mer, Elisabethtown, N. Y. 
I. — Bom Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 7, 1867. 
Pupil of ASL of N.Y.under Mowbray. 
Member: SI. Illustrated: "Pem- 
broke." by Mary Wilkins: "People We 
Pass," by JuUan Ralph; "Their Wed- 
ding Journey," by Howells. 

CARLSEN, Emit, 43 East 69th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

P. — Bom Copenhagen, Denmark, Oct. 
19. 1863; came to United States in 1872. 
Studied architecture at Danish Royal 
Academy. Member: SAA 1902; 
ANA 1904, NA 1906; NaLInst. A.L. ; 
Lotos C; Salma.C.1903. Awards: 
Second Inness prize. Salma.C.1904; Shaw 
Purchase, SAA 1904; gold medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904; Webb prize. SAA 
1906; Inness medal. NAD 1907; third 
medal. C.I. Pittsburgh, 1908; Temple 

S)ld medal, PAFA 1912. Work: "The 
pen Sea." "Surf" and "Still Life." 
Metropolitan Museum. New York; 
"Moonlight on the Kattegat," Buffalo 
Fine Arts Academy; "Morning," Rhode 
Island School of Design. Providence; 
"The South Strand," National Gallery, 
Washington: "The Lazy Sea." Brooklyn 
Institute Museum; "Still Life," Art In- 
stitute, Chicago. 

CARLSEN, J. M., Hollywood. HI. (P.) 



CARLSON, Edward W., 8422 
Ave., Chicago. 111. (P.) 



Calumet 



CARLSON, John P., Woodstock, N. Y. 
P.— Bom 1857. Member: ANA 1911. 

CARLSUND, Emma, Fenway Studios, 
Boston, Mass. 

P.— Bom Sweden, Oct. 26. 1861. Pupil 
of Cowles Art School in Boston under 
De Camp and Ernest L. Major. 

CARMER, Dorothy Ross, 663 Westminster 
Ave.. Enzabeth, N. J.; summef, Avon- 
by-the-Sea, N. J. 

P. — Born SomervlUe. N. J., Sept. 1. 
1883. Pupil of N.Y. School of Applied 
Design for Women; Fawcett Drawing 
School in Newark; Teachers College 
and Alethea Hill Piatt in New York. 
Member : NSC. 

CARNELL, Althea J., 1907 North 7th St., 
Philadelphia. Pa. (P.,I.,C.) 



CARPENTER, Dudley Saltonstall, 159 
Lincoln St., Montclalr. N. J. 
P.,I..T. — ^Bom Nashville, Tenn., Feb. 
26, 1870. Pupil of ASL of N.Y.; Lau- 
rens, Constant and Aman-Jean in 
Paris. Award : Hon. mention, Paris 
Salon, 1911. 

CARPENTER, Fred Q(rMns), 4403 Mor- 
gan St., St. Louis, Mo.; summer, Wya- 
lusing. Wis. 

P. — Bom Nashville, Tenn., June 1, 1882. 
Pupil of Laurens, Baschet. S imo n and 
CoUin in Paris. Member: SWA; St. 
Louis 2x4 Soc. Award: Hon. men- 
tion. Salon des Artistes Francais, 1911. 
Work: "Dreaming," Herron Art Inst.. 
Indianapolis; "Girl with Apples,'* 
Wednesday Club, St. Louis; "La Chaise 
Libre," SL Louis Museum. 



CARPENTER, Helen Knipe, 1622 Locust 
St., Philadelphia, Pa. (P.) 

CARR, Gene, "The World," New York, 
N. Y.; h. Red Bank, N. J. 
I.— Bom New York. Jan. 7, 1881. On 
staff of the "World'* since 1903. Blus- 
trated: Comic series; "Willie Wise," 
"Lady Bountiful," etc. 

CARRIQAN, William L., 16 West 9th St., 
New York, N. Y. (P.) 

CARSON, Jane. See Mrs. Amos N. Bar- 
ron. 

CARSTAIRS, J(ames) Stewart, 10 Rue de 
Salnt-Senoch, Paris, France. 
P.,S. — ^Bom Philadelphia, Pa., June 2, 
1890. Pupil of Julian Academy in Paris. 
Member: Union Internationale des 
Beaux-Arts et des Lettres. 

CARTAINO, G. 8^ 15 West 38th St., New 
York. N. Y. (S.) 

CARTER, Charles M(ilton). 617 Klttredge 
Bldg.. Denver. Colo. 
P..T.,W.— Born North Brookfleld, Mass. 
Pupil of Mass.Normal Art School in 
Boston. Studied In European schools. 
Member: Denver AC. Director of 
Art. Public Schools of Denver; former 
State Supervisor of Drawing for Massa- 
chusetts. Hon. pres. U. S. Section In- 
ternational Congress for the Teaching 
of Drawing. Paris Exp.. 1900. Author 
of "Some European Art Schools." 

CARTER, Mary Mein (Mrs. James New- 
man Carter). 4608 Kingsessing Ave., 
West Philadelphia. Pa. 
Min.P.,C. — Bom Philadelphia. Aug. 16, 
1864. Pupil of Carl Weber and C. 
Faber Fellows. Member: Plastic C. 

CARY, Evelyn Rumsey (Mrs. Charles 
Cary). 340 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 
P. — A ward: Hon. mention, Charles* 
ton Exp.. 1902. 

CASARINI, Athos, 61 Poplar St., Brook- 
lyn. New York, N. Y. (P.) 

CASER, Ettore, 11 Hamilton Place, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
P. — Born Venice. Pupil of de Maria. 



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CASEY» L. W., "Stoneleigrh Court, 
Washington, D. C. (P.) 



CASH IN, Nora, 2023 Webster St., San 
Francisco, Cal. (P.) 

CASS ATT, Mary, care of Durand-Ruel, 5 
West 36th St., New York, N. Y.; and 10 
Rue de Marlgnan, Paris, France. 
P..Etcher.— Bom Pittsburgh, Pa., 1855. 
Influenced by Manet and Degas. Mem- 
ber: ANA 1909. Award: Lippln- 
cott prize, PAFA 1904. Chevalier of 
Legrlon of Honor of France, 1904. 
Work: "Mother and ChUd." Metro- 
politan Museum. New York; "La Fem- 
me au Chlen," Corcoran Gallery, Wash- 
ington; "On the Balcony," Wllstach 
Gallery, Philadelphia; "M6re et deux 
Enfants," Rhode Island School of De- 
sign, Providence; "At the Opera," Mu- 
seum of Fine Arts, Boston; "Mother 
and Child," Worcester Museum; "Ca- 
resse Enfantlne." National Gallery, 
Washington; "Femmes et Enfant," 
Detroit Museum; "The Toilet," Art In- 
stitute, Chicago. 

CASSELL, John Harmon, 143 West 42d 
St.; h. 400 Manhattan Ave., New York, 
N. Y. 

I. — Born Nebraska City, Neb. Pupil of 
AIC. Member: SI. 

CASTELLO, Eugene, 3728 Locust St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

P.,S.,W.— Born Philadelphia, Jan. 12, 
1851. Pupil of PAFA under Eakins. 
Member: Salma.C.1904; Unity AC 
Phila.; Phlla.Arts and Crafts C (hon.); 
Union Internationale des Beaux-Arts et 
Lettres, Paris. Philadelphia corre- 
spondent "The Studio," London. 

CASTERTON, Mrs. Eda Nemoede, Fine 
Arts Bldg., Chicago, 111. 
Min.P.— Born Brilllon, Wis., Apr. 14, 
1877. Pupil of Virginia Reynolds, 
Lawton S. Parker and AIC. Mem- 
ber: Chicago SA; Am.S.Mln.P. 

CAVACOS, Emanuel, Roland Ave., 
Hampden, Baltimore Co., Md. (S.) 

CHADWiCK, CCharles) WCesley), 187 

East 150th St.. New York, N. Y. 
Wood Engr., L. — Born Red-Hook-on- 
Hudson, N. Y., Feb. 8, 1861. Pupil of 
Frederick Juengling, William Miller and 
Frank French. A wa r d s : Bronze 
medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; 
bronze medal, Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo, 
1901; bronze medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

CHADWiCK, John Herbert, Fort Wash- 
ington, Pa. 

P. — Born England. Pupil of South 
Kensington Museum, London; PAFA. 
Member: Phila. Sketch C. 

CHADWICK, William, 257 West 86th St.. 
New York, N. Y. 
P. — M ember: Salma.C. 

CHAFFEE, Oliver M., Jr., 4 Rydal Place, 
Montclalr, N. J. <r.) 



CHALFANT, JCefTerton) D(avld). 407 
West 19th St., Wilmington, Del. 
P.— Born Pennsylvania, Nov. 6, 1856. 
Pupil of Bouguereau and Lefebvre in 
Paris. 

CHALFIN, Paul, "The Players." 16 
Gramercy Park, New York, N. Y. 
Mural P. — ^M ember: Mural P. 

CHALLENOR-COAN, Francis, 102 West 
93d St., New York, N. Y. (P.) 

CHAMBELLAN, M(arcel Claude), 11 Rue 
Daniel Stern, Paris, France; and 624 
Slavoye St., West Hoboken, N. J. 
S. — Born West Hoboken, June 26, 1886. 
Pupil of Verlet and Oreber in Paris. 

CHAMBERLAIN, Arthur B., 16 Gladstone 
St., Rochester, N. Y. 
P. — Born Berlin, Ontario, Canada, Jan. 
18, 1860. Member: Rochester AC. 

CHAMBERLIN, F. Tolles, Rochelle Park, 
New Rochelle, N. Y. 
P. — Awarded Lazarus Scholarship to 
Rome, 1909-1912. 

CHAMBERS, CCharles) E(dward), 140 
Wadsworth Ave., New York, N. Y. 
I. — Bom Ottumwa, Iowa, Aug. 9, 1883. 
Pupil of AIC. Member: SI. 

CHAMBERS, Robert W(llllam). care of 
Century Assoc, 7 West 43d St., New 
York, N. Y. 

I. — Born Brooklyn, N. Y., May 26, 1865. 
Pupil of Julian Academy in Paris. 
Member: Nat.Inst.A.L. Illustrator 
for "Life," "Vogue," etc. 

CHANDLES, George W., 86 Rue Vaneau, 
Paris, France. 

Engr. — Born Milwaukee, Wis. Pupil of 
Laurens in Paris. 

CHANLER, Beatrice Ashley, 33 West 

67th St., New York, N. Y. (S.) 

CHANLER. W. Astor, 33 West 67th St., 
New York, N. Y. (P.) 

CHANLER, Mrs. W. B., 141 East 19th 
St., New York, N. Y. (P.) 

CHANT, Elizabeth A., 2435 Harriet Ave., 
Minneapolis, Minn. (P.) 

CHAPIN, Lucy C, Godfrey, 111. (P.) 

CHAPMAN, Carlton T(heodore). 58 West 
57th St., New York, N. Y. 
P., I. — Born New London. O., Sept. 18, 
1860. Pupil of NAD and ASL of N.Y.; 
Julian Academy In Paris. Member: 
ANA 1900; SAA 1892; AWCS; A.Fund 
S; Century Assoc; Lotos C. Specialty, 
marines. Awards: Silver medal, 
Boston 1892; medal, Columbia Exp., 
Chicago, 1893; medal, Atlanta Exp., 
1895; bronze medal, Pan-Am.Exp., Buf- 
falo, 1901; bronze medal, Charleston 
Exp., 1902. Work: "A Rocky Coast," 
Toledo Museum; "Calm In Gloucester 
Harbor," Brooklyn Institute Museum. 



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CHAPMAN, Charles 8., Leonia. N. J. 
P., I. — Born Morristown, N. Y., 1879. 
Pupil of Chase and W. Appleton Clark. 
Member: Salma.C. 1908. 

CHAPMAN, Minerva J(08ephlne). 9 Rue 
Falguldre, Paris, France. 
P.— Bom Altmar, N. Y., Dec. 6, 1858. 
Pupil of AIC and Annie Shaw; Robert- 
Fleury, Bouguereau, Courtols and Chas. 
Lasar in Paris. Assoc. Soc. Nat. des 
Beaux-Arts, Paris, 1906. 

CHASE, Adelaide Cole (Mrs. William 
Chester Chase), 8 Marlboro St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Port.P. — Bom Boston, 1868; daughter 
of J. Foxcroft Cole. Pupil of Tarbell 
at Boston Museum School; Carolus Du- 
ran in Paris. Member: Coply S.1898; 
SAA 1903; ANA 1906. Award: Silver 
medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

CHASE, Ellen Wheeler, Lockport, N. Y. 
P.— Born Faribault. Minn. Pupil of 
ASL of Buffalo under Lucius Hitchcock; 
ASL of N. Y. under Du Mond; Boston 
Museum School under Tarbell. 

CHASE, Mary M. Pope (Mrs. Timothy 
Chase), Aurora, 111. 

P..C..T. — Bom Indianapolis. Ind., March 
23, 1861. Pupil of AI(5 under Frederick 
W. Freer; Ochtman in New York. 
Member: ASL of Chicasro. 

CHASE, William M(errltt), 333 Fourth 
Ave.; h. 234 East 15th St., New York, 
N. Y. 

P..T. — Born Franklin, Ind., Nov. 1, 
1849. Pupil of B. F. Hayes in Indiana- 
apolis; J. O. Eaton in New York; A. 
waemer and Plloty in Munich. Mem- 
ber: ANA 1888. NA 1890; SAA 1879; 
AWCS; Munich Secession; Ten Am.P.; 
Nat.Inst.A.L.; Am..Acad. A.L. ; Port.P.; 
NAC; Lotos C. Awards: Medal Cen- 
tennial Exp., Phila.1876; hon. mention, 
Paris Salon, 1881; honors, Munich, 1883; 
silver medal, Paris Salon, 1889; first prize, 
Cleveland Art Assoc, 1894; Shaw prize, 
SAA 1895; gold medal of honor. PAFA 
1895; gold medal, Paris Exp., 1900; Tem- 
ple gold medal, PAFA 1901; gold medal, 
Pan-Am.Exp.. Buffalo, 1901; Kold 
medal. Charleston Exp., 1902; flrst Cor- 
coran prize, S.Wash.A.1904. Work: 
"A Lady in Black," "Seventeenth Cen- 
tury Lady," "Still Life" and "Carmen- 
cita," Metropolitan Museum, New York, 
N. Y.; "An English Cod" and "The 
Model." Corcoran Gallery, Washington, 
D. C; "Still Life," Wilstach Gallery, 
Philadelphia, Pa.; "The Mirror," two 
"Still Life" and "Woman with Basket," 
Cincinnati Museum, Cincinnati, O.; 
"Still Life" and "Woman in Pink," 
Rhode Island School of Design, Provi- 
dence, R. L; "Still Life— Fish," Museum 
of Fine Arts, Boston, Mass.; "Shinne- 
cock Hills," National Gallery, Washing- 
ton, D. C; "Lady with White Shawl" 
and "Still Life— Fish," Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadel- 
phia, Pa.; "After the Shower," "Dor- 
othy" and "Still Life." Art Associa- 
tion, Indianapolis, Ind.; "Alice," Art 
Institute, Chicago, RL 



CHATTERTON, C(larence) K., 76 Liberty 
St., Newburgh. N. Y. 
P.— Born Newburgh, N. Y., Sept. 19, 
1880. Pupil of (Jhase, Du Mond and 
Henri in New York. 

CHENEY, Russell, 115 Rue Notre-Dame- 
des-Champs, Paris, France. 
P. — Born S. Manchester, Conn. Pupil 
of Laurens in Paris. 

CHENOWETH, J. A., Salem, Ore. (P.) 

CHERRY, Mrs. Emma Richardson, 608 
Fargo Ave., Houston, Tex. 
P.,T.,L. — Bom Aurora, 111., Feb. 28, 
1859. PupU of ASL of N.Y.; Julian 
and Deleciuse academies and of Merson 
in Paris. Member: ASL of N. Y. ; 
Assoc. SWA 1903. Award: Gold 
medal. Western Art Assoc, Omaha. 

CHICHESTER, Cecil, care of Dr. W. R. 
Chichester, 1133 Broadway, New York, 
N. Y.; and Woodstock, Ulster Co., N. Y. 
P.— Born New York, N. Y., Apr. 8, 1891. 
Pupil of Birge Harrison. Member: 
ASL of N.Y. 

CHILD, Edwin B(urrage), 62 South 
Washington Sq., New York, N. Y.; h. 
239 Amity St., Flushing, L. I.. N.Y. 
Mural P., I. — Born Gouverneur, N. Y., 
May 29, 1868. Pupil of John La Farge. 
Member: N.Y.Arch.Lg.l902; Salma. 
C.1901; SI. 

CHILD, Jane Bridgham (Mrs. Robert 
Coleman Child), ^234 Decatur Ave.. 
Washington, D. C. 

P. — Born in New York. Pupil of Julius 
Rolshoven in Paris. Member: S. 
Wash.A.; Wash.WCC. Awards: 
Bronze medal, Atlanta Exp., 1895; first 
Corcoran prize, Wash.WCC 1901. 

CHILD, Robert Coleman, 2234 Decatur 
Ave., Washington, D. C. 
P.— Born Richmond, Va., 1872. Pupil 
of Lowell School of Design and Mass. 
Inst, of Technology in Boston; Corcoran 
School of Art. Washington, D. C. 
Member: Wash.SFA; Wash.WCC; 
S.Wash.A (treas., 1900-1905). 

CHILDS, Lillian E., El Paso. 111.; sum- 
mer. Little Silver, N. J. 
Mln.P.— Pupil of AIC; Chase in New 
York. 

CHILLMAN, Philip Edward, 119 West 
Ashmead St., German town, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

P..T.— Bom Philadelphia, Feb. 7, 1841. 
Pupil of Carl Weber. 

CHITTENDEN, Alice D., 17 Rue Hame- 
lln, Paris, France; and 1301 Leaven- 
worth St., San Francisco, C^L (P.) 

CHODZINSKI, Kaslmir, 83 Second Ave., 
New York, N. Y. 
S.— M ember: NSS. 

CHRISTMAN, Erwin S., 854 Elsmere 
Place, New York, N. Y. (8.) 



CHRISTY 



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CLARKE 



CHRISTY, Howard Chandler, Duncan 
Falls, O.; and "The Players/' 16 Gram- 
ercy Park, New York, N. Y. 
I. — ^Bom Morgan Co.. O., Jan. 10, 1873. 
Pupil of NAD, ASL.. and Chase in New 
York. Awards : Bronze medal, Paris 
Bzp., 1900: hon. mention, Pan-Am.Bzp., 
Buffalo, 1901. 

CHURBU.CK, L. M., 72 Glenwood Ave., 
Brockton, Mass. 

P. — ^Bom Wareham, Mass., F^b. 19, 
1861. Pupil of Copley S. and Boston 
Art Students' Assoc. Member: 
Copley S. 1905. Awards : Gold medal, 
Dallas Exp., 1903; first prize for water 
colors, Denver EIxp., 1909. 

CHURCH, Charles Freeman, Athenaeum 
Bldsr.; n. 9244 Winchester Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

I.— Bom Gibson City, lU.. Oct. 15, 1874. 
Pupil of AIC. Member: Palette and 
Chisel C. 

CHURCH, F(redeHc) Edwin, 146 West 
55th St.. New York. N. Y. 
P.— Bom in New York. Pupil of F. V. 
Du Mond in Paris. Member: Sal- 
ma.C. 1909. 

CHiJRCH, F(rederlck) 8(tuart), Carnegie 
Hall, New York, N. Y. 
P.,I.,Etcher — Bom Grand Rapids, Mich., 
Dec. 1. 1842. Pupil of Chicago Academy 
of Design; L. E. Wilmarth, Walter 
Shirlaw, NAD and ASL in New York. 
Member: ANA 1883, NA 1886; SAA 
1890; AWCS; S.I. (hon.); Lotos C; N. 
Y. Etching C. Award: Silver medal, 
St. Louis Exp., 1904. Work: "The 
Black Orchard" and •'Circe," National 
Gallery, Washington, D. C. 

CHURCHILL, Alfred V(ance), 38 Frank- 
lin St., Northampton, Mass. 
P.,T.W.— Born Oberlin, O., Aug. 14, 
1864. Pupil of Julian Academy under 
Constant in Paris. Member: East- 
ern Art Teachers* Assoc. Dir. Art 
Dept., Iowa College, 1891-93; Prof. 
Teachers College, Columbia Univ., 
New York, 1893-1905; Dir. Art Dept., 
Smith College, Northampton, Mass., 
since 1907. 

CHURCHILL, William W.. Fenway 
Studios. Ipswich St., Boston, Mass. 
P. — Born in Boston. Pupil of Bonnftt 
in Paris. Member: Boston AC. 
Award: Hon. mention. Pan- Am. 
Exp., Buffalo, 1901. 

CHURCHMAN, E(lla) Mendelhall, 43 
South 18th St.; h. 214 North 33d St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; summer. Point 
Pleasant, N. J. 

P. — Born Brooklyn, N. Y. Pupil of 
PAFA; Tarbell and Benson in Boston. 
Member: Fellowship PAFA; Plastic 
C. 

CIMIOTTI, Gustave, Jr., 51 West lOtli 
St., New York, N. Y.; h. Verona, Essex 
Co., N. J. 

P.— Born New York, Nov. 10, 1875. 
Pupil of ASL of N.Y. under Mowbray, 



Cox. J. Alden Weir and Robert Blum; 
Constant in P aris. Member: Salma. 
C.1908; NYWCC; N.Y.Arch.Lg. 

CLARK, Adele, 315 Chamberlayne Ave., 
Richmond. Va. (P.) 

CLARK, Alson Skinner, 4 Paddock St.. 
Watertown, N. Y.; and Tree Studio 
Bldgr.. Chicago. HI. 

P.,I.,C./r.— Born Chicago, March 26. 
1876. Pupil of Simon, Cottet. Whistler, 
Mucha and Merson in Paris; Chcusie in 
New York Member: Paris AAA; 
SWA. Awards: Bronze medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904; Cahn prize, AIC 1906. 

CLARK, Eliot C(andea), 989 Eifirhth Ave., 
New York. N. Y. 

Ldscp.P. — Bom New York, March 27, 
1883; son of Walter Clark. Member: 
Salma.C; Union Internationale des 
Beaux- Arts et des Lettres. Work: 
"March," Maryland Institute. Balti- 
more, Md. 

CLARK, Freeman, 107 West 64th St., 
New York, N. Y. 

P. — ^Bom in Mississippi. Pupil of Chase 
in New York. 

CLARK, Harrlette A., 135 Bast 66th St.. 
New York, N. Y. (Min.P.) 

CLARK, Rose, 11 De Morgan Bldg., Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 

P. — M ember: NYWCC. Award: 
Gold medal, Turin Exp.. 1902. Work: 
"Hester," Buffalo Fine Arts Academy. 

CLARK, Virginia Keep (Mrs. Marshall 
Clark), 19 JBJast Pearson St.; h. Vir- 
ginia Hotel, ChicafiTO, 111. 
I. — Born New Orleans. La., Feb. 17. 
1878. Pupil of Wm. Forsyth, Beck with. 
Howar d Py le and W. A. Clark. Mem- 
ber: SWA. Illustrated: "Two Little 
Prisoners," by Thomas Nelson Page; 
"Little Girl Blue," "Live Doll Series," 
and "Little Red. White and Blue." by 
I. S. Gates. 

CLARK, Walter, 21 Maple St., Bronxville. 
N. Y. 

Ldscp.P., S. — Born Brooklyn, N. Y.. 
March 9, 1848. Pupil of NAD. ASL. 
George Inn ess, and J. S. Hartley in 
New York. Member: ANA 1898, 
NA 1909; SAA 1898; NYWCC; A.Fund 
S; Salma.C.1901; Landscape P.; Cen- 
tury Assoc. Awards : Silver medal, 
Pan-Am.Exp.. Buffalo, 1901; Inness gold 
medal, NAD 1902; silver medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904. 

CLARKE, Thomas Shields, 50 Riverside 
Drive, New York, N. Y.; summer. 
Lenox, Mass. 

S.,P.— Born Pittsburgh, Pa., Apr. 25, 
1860. Pupil of Ecole des Beaux- Arts in 
Paris; studied in Rome and Florence. 
Member: NSS; N.Y.Arch.Lg.l898; 
ANA 1902; NAC; Century Assoc. 
Work: "A Fool's Fool," Pennsylvania 
Academy, Philadelphia. 



CLARKE, Una C. 

Hunt. 



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CLARK80N, Ralph (Elmer), 410 South 
Michigan Ave.; h. 225 Dearborn St., 
Chicago, 111.; summer, Oregon, HL 
Portrait P., T. — Born Amesbury. Mass.. 
Aug. 3, 1861. Pupil of School of Boston 
Museum; Julian Academy under Le- 
f ebvre and Boulanger in Paris. Mem- 
ber: ANA 1910; Chicago SA; Municipal 
Art Lg. of Chicago (pres.); NYWCC; 
SWA; Port.P. Member of Municipal 
Art Commission of Chicago (pres.); 
State Art Commission (chairman). In- 
structor AIC. Award: Cfthn prize, 
AIC 1909. 

CLAUS, May Austin (Mrs. W. A. J. 
Claus), Rhfnebeck, N. Y. 
Mln.P.,C.— Born Berlin, N. Y., Aug. 18, 
1882. Pupil of School of Boston Museum 
and of W. A. J. Claus. 

CLAUS, W(llllam) A. J., Rhinebeck, 
N. Y. 

Port.P. — Born Maintz, Germany. June 
14, 1862. Pupil of Grundmann in Bos- 
ton; Julian Academy in Paris. Work: 
"Old Pioneer," Boston Art Club; "Gtov. 
Greenhalge," State House, Boston; 
"Dr. Stowell," Pres. Potsdam College, 
Potsdam, N. Y.; altar pieces at the 
Church of St. Francis de Sales, Boston; 
portraits of prominent natives painted 
in India, 1884 to 1887. 

CLAY, Alice Hay (Mrs. Randolph Clay), 
68 Finborough Road, S. W., London, 
England; and New Castle, Del. 
Min.P. — Born in Chicago. Pupil of 
AIC; Delecluse Academy in Paris. 

CLAY, John Cecil, "The Players/' 16 
Gramercy Park. New York, N. Y.; h. 
Wlnfleld Ave., Mamaroneck. N. Y. 
I.,C. — Bom Ronceverte. W. Va., Apr. 
2, 1875. Pupil of Mowbray In New 
York; ASL of Washington, D. C. 

CLAY. Mary F. P., 1734 Pine St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

P. — Born in Philadelphia. Pupil of 
Collin and MacMonnies In Paris; W. M. 
Chase. Member: Plastic C; Fellow- 
ship PAFA. Award: Mary Smith 
prize, PAFA 1900. 

CLEMENT, Edward H(enry), 198 Claren- 
don St., Boston, Mass.; h. 11 Mason St., 
Cambridge, Mass. 

P.,W. — Born Chelsea, Mass.. April 19, 
1843. Pupil of Boston Art Students' 
Assoc, and of Louis Kronberg. Editor 
in Chief "Boston Transcript,^' 1881 to 
1906. 

CLEMENT, Walter M^ 631 Chestnut St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. (P.) 

CLEMENTS. Qabrlelle de Veaux, 1748 N 
St., Washington, D. C. 
P.,T. — ^Born Philadelphia. Pa., 1858. 
Pupil of Robert-Fleury and Bouguereau 
in Paris. Member : Fellowship 
PAFA; Waah.WCC. Award: Second 
Toppan prize. PAFA; Mary Smith prize, 
PAFA 1895. 



CLEMENTS, George H., 27 West 67th 
St., New York, N. Y. 



P.— M ember: NYWCC; Boston 
SWCP; Boston WCC; Salma.C.1904. 

CLEMENTS, R(osaile) Thomson, 19 
Rocky Neck Ave., K&at Gloucester, 
Mass. 

P. — ^Bom Washington, D. C, Jan. 6, 
1878. Pupil of E. F. Andrews in Wash* 
ington; F. Luis Mora and Thomas Fo- 
garty in New York. Member: NAC; 
NSC. 

CLEMENTS, Ruth Sypherd, 1406 G St., 
Washington. D. C; h. 18 WiUard St., 
Wilmington, Del. 

P..I. — Bom Arlington, Va. Pupil of 
Corcoran School in Washington; Drexe] 
Institute, Philadelphia. 

CLEVELAND, Walter Q., "The Dewey," 
Washington, D. C. (P„I.) 

CLIME, W(lnfleld) Scott, 1820 R St.. 
N. W.; h. 608 M St., N. W., Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

P. — Bom Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 7. 
1881. Pupil of Drexel Inst, and School 
of Industrial Ar t. Philadelphia; Cor- 
coran Art School, Washington. Mem- 
ber: S. Wash. A.; Wash.SFA. 

CLINEDINST, B(enjamln) West, Cen- 
tury Assoc., 7 West 43d St., New York, 
N. Y.; h. Pauling, N. Y. 
I.,P.,T. — Bom Woodstock, Va., Oct. 14, 
1859. Pupil of Cabanel and Bonn&t in 
Paris. Member: ANA 1894, NA 
1898; SAA 1891; AWCS; Century Assoc 
Awards: Evans prize, AWCS 1900; 
silver medal, Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo, 
1901; silver medal, Charleston Exp. 1902. 

CLOSE, May Lewis. 248 Hancock St., 
Brooklyn. New York, N. Y. 
Port.P. — Born Brooklyn, Jan. 18, 1886. 
Pupil of Joseph H. Boston. 

CLOSSON, William B(axter)) (Palmer), 
Magnolia, Mass. 

Wood Engr.,P. — Bom Thetford, Vt.. 
Oct. 13, 1848. Pupil of Lowell Inst. In 
Boston ; traveled in Europe. Mem- 
ber: Boston AC; Copley S; S.Wash. 
A; Union Internationale des Beaux- 
Arts et des Lettres. Awards for 
wood engraving: Gold, silver and 
bronze medals, Mass. Charitable Me- 
chanics Assoc; third class medal, Paris 
Salon, 1882; silver medal. Paris Exp., 
1889; medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 
1893; diploma. Graphic Arts Exp., 
Vienna; silver medal, Pan-Am.Exp., 
Buffalo, 1901; St. Louis Exp., 1904. 
Proofs of engravings are in National 
Gallery, Washington; Boston Museum 
of Fine Arts; New York Public Library; 
Worcester Art Museum; Springfield 
(Mass.) Public Library. 

CLUSMANN, William, 4058 Wilcox 
Ave., Chicago, 111. 

P. — ^Bom North Laporte, Ind., 1869. Pu- 
pil of Benczur at Royal Academy In 
Munich. Member: Chicagro SA. 
Award: Hon. mention, Stuttgart, 
Germany, 1884. 



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CLUTE, Beulah Mitchell (Mrs. Walter 
Marshall Clute), "The Birches/' Park 
Rid«re, 111. 

P.,I.,L.— Born Rushville, 111. Pupil of 
ASL of N.Y.; ASL of Chicago. Mem- 
ber: Artists' Guild, Chicago; Park 
Ridge Colony Crafts (pres.). 

CLUTE, Walter Marshall, "The Birches," 
Park Ridge. 111. 

P.,I.,T.,L. — Born Schenectady, N. Y., 
Jan. 9, 1870. Pupil of ASL of N.Y.; 
Constant, Prlnet and Laurens in Paris. 
Member: ASL of N. Y. ; Charcoal C. 
of Buffalo; Palette and Chisel C. of 
Chicago; Chicago SA; Paris AAA; 
SWA; ASL of Chicago (hon.). In- 
structor and lecturer at AIC; head of 
Park Ridge Summer School of Painting. 
Award : Rosenwald prize, AIC 1910. 

CLYMER, Edwin Swift, 1822 Chestnut 
St., Philadelphia, Pa.; and Lanesville 
P. O., Gloucester, Mass. 
P.— Born Cincinnati, O., 1871. Pupil of 
PAFA. Member: Fellowship PAFA; 
Phila.Sketch C; Phila.WCC. 

COADY, Robert J., 304 Washington Ave., 
Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. 
P. — M ember: Salma.C.1908. 

COALE, Walter Irving, HoUlns Station. 
Md. (P.) 

COAST, Oscar R., Santa Barbara, Cal. 
P. — Born Salem, O., 1851. Studied in 
Paris and Rome. Member: Salma. 
C.1S97. 

COATES, Minnie D., 1710 Chestnut St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. (P.) 

COATS, Randolph L., 23 West Maryland 
St.; h. 604 Hamilton Ave., Indianapolis, 
Ind. 

P. — Bom Richmond, Ind., Sept. 14, 1891. 
Pupil of William Forsyth. 

COBB, Darius, 110 Tremont St., Boston, 
Mass.; h. Newton Upper Falls, Mass. 
P.,W. — Born Maiden, Mass., Aug. 6, 
1834; twin brother of Cyrus Cobb. Pu- 
pil of E. M. Judkins (a pupil of Wash- 
ington AUston). Member: Boston 
AC; Cambridge Art Circle. 

COCHRAN, Allen D., 5 Riverside Drive, 
Binghamton, N. Y., and Woodstock, 
N. Y. (P.) 

COCHRANE, Josephine G., 213 West 
Monument St., Baltimore, Md. 
P.— Born Philadelphia. Pa. Pupil of 
Julian Academy and George Hitchcock 
in Paris. 

COCKROFT, Edythe Varlen, 2231 Broad- 
way, New York, N. Y. 
P.— Bom Brooklyn, N. Y., 1881. Mem- 
ber: Salon d'Automne, Paris. 
Awards : Hon. mention, Inter.Art 
Union, Paris, 1909 and 1910. 

COE, Ethel Louise, 1016 Fine Arts Bldg., 
Chicago, m. 

P.,I.— Born Chicago, 111. Pupil of AIC. 
Member: Chicago SA. Award : 
Young Fortnightly prize, AIC 1911. 



COFFEE, William J., 723 Walnut St.. 
Philadelphia, Pa.; h. McKinley, Pa- 
(P.) 

COFFIN. Mrs. Esther L.. 234 Central 
Park West., New York, N. Y. 
P.— M ember: NYWCC ; N.Y. Wo- 
man's AC. 

COFFIN, Sarah Taber (Mrs. William H. 
Coffin), Chestnut Hill, Mass. 
P. — Born Vassalboro, Me., June 1, 1844. 
Pupil of Dr. Rimmer, R. Swain Gifford. 
W. Sartain, Frank Duveneck and 
Charles Woodbury. Member: Copley 
S. 1899. 

COFFIN. William ACnderson), 58 West 

57th St., New York. N. Y.; summer. 
Pine Spring Farm, Jennerstown, Somer- 
set Co., Pa. 

Ldscp.P..W. — Bom Allegheny, Pa., Jan. 
31, 1855. Pupil of Bonn&t in Paris. 
Member: ANA 1898, NA 1912; SAA 
1886; N.Y.Arch.L.g.1888; Lotos C. Director, 
Art Dept., Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901. 
Awards : Second Hallgarten prize, 
NAD 1886; bronze medal, Paris Exp., 
1889; Webb prize, SAA 1891; gold medal, 
AC Phila.1898; silver medal, Charleston 
Exp., 1902; silver medal, St. Louis Exp., 
1904. Work: "The Rain," Metro- 
politan Museum. New York; **At Break 
of Day," Buffalo Fine Arts Academy; 
"September," National Gallery, Wash- 
ington, D. C; "A Maple in Spring," 
Municipal Gallery, Venice, Italy; "Oaks 
— October," Municipal Art Gallery, 
Montclair. N. J. 

COHEN, George W., Carnegie Hall; h.. 
16 East 87th St., New York, N. Y. 
P. — M ember: Salma.C.1899. 

COHEN, Katharine M., care Chas. J. 
Cohen, 608 Ludlow St., Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

S.,P. — Born Philadelphia, March 18, 
1859. Pupil of PAFA; ASL of N.Y. 
under Augustus Saint Gaudens; Merci6 
and Puech in Paris. Member: 
Plastic C; Fellowship PAFA. Work: 
Statue of Gen. Beaver for Smith 
Memorial, Fairmount Park, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

COHEN, Lewis, 27 West 67th St., New 
York, N. Y.; summer, Lyme. Conn. 
Ldscp.P. — Born London, England, June 
27, 1857; of American parents. Pupil 
of Legrros and Nicol in London; Blanc 
in Paris. Member: ANA 1911: 
Salma. C.1904; Lotos C. 

COHEN, Nessa, 2094 Fifth Ave., New 
York, N. Y. 

S.— Born New York, Dec. 11, 1885. Pu- 
pil of James E. Fraser. Work: "Sun- 
rise," Havana, Cuba; Groups of Indians 
of Southwestern United States, Am. 
Museum of Nat. Hist., New York. 

COLBURN, Eleanor Ruth (Mrs. Joseph 
Elliott Colburn), 2623 Hampden Court, 
Chicago, 111. 

P.— Bom Dayton, C. 1866. Pupil of 
AIC. Member: Chicago SA; SWA 
(Assoc). Award : Municipal A.L. 
Prize purchase, AIC 1908. Work: 
"An Offshore Wind," Art Institute of 
Chicago. 



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COLBURN, Joseph Elliott, 2623 Hampden 
Court, Chicago, 111. 
P.— Born Massena, N. Y., Sept. 22. 1853. 

COLBY, George Ernest. 2544 North 42d 
St.; h. Irving Park, Chicago, 111. 
P.,I. — Bom in Minnesota, March 29, 
1859. Studied four years in Europe. 
Award: Silver medal, Springfield, 111. 

COLBY, Josephine Wood n^rs. Franklin 
G. Colby), «5 West 23d St., New York, 
N. Y. 

P.— M ember: N.Y.Woman's AC; 
NYWCC. 

COLE, Alphaeus P(hllemon), 15 West 
67th St., New York, N. Y.; and 21 Park 
Crescent, Portland Place, London, Eng- 
land. 

P. — Born Jersey City Heights, N. J., 
July 12, 1876. Pupil of Constant and 
Laurens in Paris. '-Award : Hon. 
mention, Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901. 

COLE, TChomas) Casllear, 9 Blackwood 
St., Boston, Mass. 

P.— Born Staatsburgh. N. Y., July 23. 
1888. Pupil of School of Boston Mu- 
seum under Tarbell, Benson and Hale. 

COLE, Timothy, 119 Cannon St., Pough- 
keensie I^ Y 

Wood Engr. — Born London. England, 
April 6. 1852; brought to United States 
in 1857; settled in Chicago. Pupil of 
Bond and Chandler in Chicago. Mem- 
ber: ANA 1906, NA 1908; Nat.Inst. 
AL; Society of Painters, Sculptors and 
Oravers, London (hon.); Guild of 
Craftsmen, London (hon.). Awards : 
Gold medal and diploma. Columbian 
Exp., Chicago, 1893; gold medal. Paris 
Exp., 1900; gold medal, Pan -Am. Exp., 
Buffalo, 1901; grand prize, St. Louis 
Exp., 1904. Work: "Italian Master- 
pieces"; Dutch, Flemish. English, Span- 
ish and French masters; in hand, 1912, 
"Masterpieces in American Galleries." 

COLEMAN, C(harle8) C(aryl), Villa Nar- 
cissus, Island of Capri, Italy; and "The 
Players," 16 Gramercy Park, New York, 
N. Y. 

P.— Bom Buffalo, N. Y., 1840. Studied 
in Paris and Rome. Member: ANA 
1865; Players C; NAC; London AC. 
Awards : Bronze medal, Columbian 
Exp., Chicago, 1893; Silver medal, Pan- 
Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901. Work: 
"Early Moonlight— Capri," "The Anti- 
quary," and "The Capri Girl," Buffalo 
Fine Arts Academy; "Vesuvius from 
Pompeii," Detroit Museum. 

COLEMAN, Glenn O., 430 West 34th St., 
New York, N. Y. (P.) 

COLL, Joseph C, 524 Walnut St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
I. — M ember: SI. 

COLLES. Gertrude, 939 Eighth Ave., New 
York, N. Y. 

Port.P. — ^Bom Morrlstown, N. J., Aug. 
20, 1869. Pupil of Laurens In Paris; 
George de Forest Brush and B. K 
FItz in New York. Work: Forme.- 
Senator Jacob Miller, State House 
Trenton, N. J. 



COLLETTE, Maurice, 57 West 37th St., 
New York. N. Y. (P.) 

COLLIN, Jennie, care of Mrs. Jonathan 
Bourne, Stoneleigh Court, Washington, 
D. C. (P.) 

COLLINS, Frank H., Portchester, N. Y. 
P.. T.— M ember: N.Y.Arch.Lg.l899. 
Director of drawing, elementary public 
schools of New York. 

COLLINS, R. H., Standard Printing Com- 
pany, St. Paul, Minn. (P.) 

COLLVER, Ethel Blanchard (Mrs. Leon 
Collver), 86 Mt. Vernon St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Min.P.,C.,T. — Born Jamaica Plain, 
Mass., June 2, 1875. Pupil of Tarbell, 
Benson and Hale in Boston. Mem- 
ber: AS Min.P; Copley S.1901. 

COLMAN, Samuel, 320 Central Park 
West, New York, N. Y. 
P.— Born Portland, Me., March 4. 1832. 
Pupil of Asher B. Durand in New York; 
studied in Europe. Member: ANA 
1854, NA 1862; AWCS (1st ores. 1866-7); 
SAA. Work: "The Ships of the 
Western Plains," Union League Club; 
"The Mosque of Side Bou Hach, Tlem- 
cin," New York Public Library; "The 
Spanish Peaks, Colorado," and "Moon- 
rise In Venice," Metropolitan Museum. 
New York, N. Y.; "Autumn Landscape,'* 
Art Institute, Chicago. 

COLTMAN, Ora, 10310 EucUd Ave.. 
Cleveland, O. 

P.. S.— Born Shelby, O., 1860. Pupil of 
ASL of N.Y.; Julian Academy in Paris. 
Member: Water Color Soc. of Cleve- 
land (vice-pres.); SWA (Assoc). 

COLWELL, Elizabeth, 1373 East 57th St., 
Chicago, 111. 

I.,Etcher,C. — Born in Michigan, May 24. 
1881. Pupil of Vanderpoel and Olson- 
Nordfeldt in Chicago. 

COMAN, Mrs. Charlotte B(uell), 930 
Eighth Ave., New York, N. Y. 
Ldscp.P.— Born WaterviUe, N. Y.. 1833. 
Pupil of James R. Brevoort in New 
York; Harry Thompson and Emll Ver- 
nier in Paris. Member: ANA 1910; 
NYWCC; N.Y.Wowan's AC; Art Work- 
ers' C. Awards: Bronze medal, 
California Mid-Winter Exp., San Fran- 
cisco, 1894; prize. N.Y.Woman's AC; 
Shaw memorial prize, SAA 1905; second 
prize, S. Wash. A. 1906; Burgess prize. 
N.Y.Woman's AC. 1907; McMiUin prize, 
N.Y.Woman's AC. 1911. Work: 
•'Early Summer," National Gallery. 
Washington. D. C; "Clearing Off," 
Metropolitan Museum, New York. 

COMINS, Eben F., 208 Fenways Studios, 
Ipswich St.. Boston. ICass. 
P.,C.,T. — Bom Boston. Pupil of Laur- 
ens, Bonn ft t and Blanche in Paris; Tar- 
bell in Boston. Member: Paris 
AAA. 



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COOMBS 



COM8TOCK, Anna B(otafOrd) (Mrs. John 
H. Comstock), 43 East Ave., Ithaca, 
N. Y. 

Wood Engr. — ^Bom- Otto, N. Y., Sept. 1, 
1864. Pupil fA Cooper union and John 
F. Davis in New York. Member: 
Soc. American Wood Ensrravers. Spe- 
cialty, natural history subjecta. 
Award: Bronse medal, Pan-Am.Bxp., 
Buffalo, 1901. 

CONACHER, John, 57 West 10th St., 
New York. N. Y. (I.) 

CONANT, A(lban) JCasper), 61 West 10th 
St., New York. N. Y. 
Port.P. — ^Born Chelsea, Orangre Co., Vt., 
Sept. 24. 1821. Self- taught. Curator of 
State University of Missouri for eight 
years. Work: "Dr. James McCosh," 
Metropolitan Museum, New York. 

CONANT, Lucy Scarborough* 82 Beacon 
St.. Boston, Mass. 

P. — Bom Brooklyn, Conn., 1867. Studied 
in Boston and Paris. Member: 
Copley S.1892. 

CONGDON, Adalrene Vose (Mrs. Thomas 
R. Congdon). Studio 6, Macdougal Al- 
ley, New York. N. Y. 
P. — Born New York. Pupil of ASL of 
N.Y.: Lhermitte and Collin in Paris. 
Member: Paris A. Woman's AA. 

CONQDON, Thomas R(aphael), Studio 6— 
Macdougral Alley, New York, N. Y. 
P.,Etcher,T.— Bom Addison, N. Y. Pu- 
pil of ASLr and Chase in New York; 
Constant and Collin in Paris. M e m- 
ber: Salma.C. 1901; Paris AAA. 
Award: Hon. mention, Paris AAA 
1902. Represented in Luxembourg Print 
collection; Library of Congress, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

CONKLINQ, Mrs. Mabel, Boothbay, Me. 
S. — Born Boothbay, Me. Pupil of Mac- 
Monnies. 

CONN AW AY, Jay, Knights of Pythias 
Bldg.; h. 311H walnut St., Indianapolis, 
Ind.; summer, Broad Ripple, Ind. 
P.— Bom Liberty, Ind., Nov. 27, 1893. 
Pupil of Chase In New York, and Wm. 
R. Reese. Member: ASL of N.Y. 
Work: "Winter," Herron Art Insti- 
tute, Indianapolis. 

CON NELL, Edwin D., 56 Rue de Sdvres, 
Clamart, France. 

P.— Born New York, N. Y., Sept. 3. 
1859. Pupil of Bouguereau, Robert- 
Fleury and Julien Dupr6 in Paris. 
Member: Soci^te Internationale des 
Beaux -Arts; Paris AAA. Awards: 
Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 1899; medal, 
second class, Orleans Exp., 1905; first 
class medal, Toulouse Exp., 1908. 
Work: "Cattle," Toledo Museum of 
Art. 

CONNER, Jerome, 806 17th St., N. W., 
Washington, D. C. 

B.— Bora In Ireland, Oct. 12, 1875. Self- 
taught. Member: S. Wash. A. 



CONNER, John Ramsey, Point Pleasant, 
Pa. 
P.— Born Radnor, Pa. Pupil of PAFA. 

CONSTABLE, Miss S. M., 1147 Connec- 
ticut Ave., Washington, D. C. (P.) 

CONWAY, John S., P. O. Box 231, Tena- 
fiy, N. J. 
S.— M ember: N.Y.Arch.Lg. 1892; 

NSS. 

CONWAY, William John, 210 West Fifth 
St.; h. 1220 Summit Ave., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

P.,C. — ^Born St. Paul, Oct. 26, 1872. 
Pupil of Colarossi Academy under Col- 
lin, Courtois and Prinet in Paris. 
Member: Whistler Club; Art Work- 
ers' Guild; Minnesota State Art Soc 
Work: "Soldiers* Monument," MU- 
waukee. 

COOK, Charles Bavley, 342 Spring St., 
Portland, Me. (P.) 

COOK, Charles J., 30 Tree Studio Bldg., 
Chicago, ni. (Drawing.) 



COOK, William E(dwards), 18 Blvd. 
Edgar Quinet, Paris, France; and Inde* 
pendence, Iowa. 

Port, and Mural P. — Born Independence, 
la., Aug. 31, 1881. Pupil of AIC; NAD 
in New York; Laurens in Paris. 



COOKMAN, C. E., 146 West 55th St., 
New York, N. Y. 
P.— M ember: Salma.C.1898. 

COOK-SMITH, Mrs. Jean Beman, 707 
Realty Bldg., White Plains, N. Y. 
P., I.— Born Waterloo, N. Y. Pupil of 
Irving R. Wiles and Walter Satterlee 
in New York. 

COOLIDQE, Bertha, The Ludlow, Bos- 

ton Alass 

Mlri.P. — Born Lynn, Mass.. Aug. 
1880. Pupil of Boston Museum School 
under Tarbell and Benson; Bourgois in 
Paris; Grueber in Munich. 

COOLIDQE, Qeoraette E. (Mrs. Walter 
G. Coolidge), 4752 Kimbark Ave., Chi- 
cago, III. 

P.— Born Brookl3m, N. Y., March 17. 
1850. Pupil of Mrs. A. Van Clef 
Dodgshun and Robert Rascovitch. 

COOLIDQE, Hazel, 4752 Kimbark Ave., 
Chicago. 111. (P.) 

COOLIDQE (Mary) Rosamond, 307 Fen- 
way Studios, Boston, Mass.; h. 206 
Belmont St., Watertown, Mass. 
P. — Born Watertown, Mass., May 18, 
1884. Pupil of W. D. Hamilton and 
E. C. Tarbell In Boston. 

COOMBS, D. D., 82 Winter St., Auburn, 
Me. 

P.,I.— Bom in Mahie, 1860. Pupil of 
H. B. Brown in Portland, Me.; Bcott 
Leighton in Boston; BenJ. Champney 
and others. Work: Nine portraits In 
Maine State Capitol and one at Yale 
College. 



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COON8MAN, Nancy, 6191 Delmar St., St 
Louis. Mo. (S.) 

COOPER, ClarlMa L., 1110 St. Johns 
Place, Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. 
(P.) 

COOPER, Colin Campbell, 222 West 69th 
St., New York. N. Y. 
P.— Born Philadelphia, 1866. Pupil of 
PAFA; Julian and Delecluse Academies 
in Paris. M e m b er : ANA 1908, NA 1912; 
NYWCC; AC Phila.; Phila.WCC; Salma. 
C; AWCS; Fellowship PAFA; Lotos C. 
S^cialty, street scenes. Awards : 
Bronze medal, Atlanta Exp., 1895; Wm. 
T. Evans prize, AWCS 1903; Sesnan 
prize, PAFA 1904; gold medal, ACP 
1906; silver medal, Buenos Ayres Exp., 
1910; Beal prize. NYWCC 1911. Work: 
''Broad Street, New York," Cincin- 
nati Museum; "The Flatiron, New 
York," Dallas (Tex.) Art Association; 
"Grand Basin, World's Fair," and "The 
Plaza. New York." St. Louis Museum of 
Fine Arts; "Basilika, Quebec," Boston 
Art Club; "Procession at Bruges." Art 
Club of Philadelphia; "The Rlalto," 
Lotos Club, New York. 

COOPER. Emma Lampert (Mrs. C. C. 
Campbell), 222 West 69th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

P. — Born Nunda. N. Y. Pupil of Harry 
Thompson in Paris; J. Kever in Hol- 
land; Chase in New York. Member: 
Plastic C; Phila. WCC; Fellowship 
PAFA; NYWCC; AWCS; N.Y. Woman's 
AC; WAA of Canada; Women's Interna- 
tional AC of London. Awards: 
Medal, Columbian Ehcp.. Chicago. 1893; 
Atlanta Exp.. 1895; gold medal, AAS 
1902; bronze medal, St. Louis Exp., 
1904; prize, N.Y. Woman's AC 1907. 

COOPER. F. Q., 27 East 22d St.. New 
York. N. Y. 
I. — M ember: SI. 

COOTES, F. Graham, 1947 Broadway, 
New York, N. Y. 

I. — Born Staunton, Va., Apr. 6, 1879. 
Pupil of Kenneth Hayes Miller, Robert 
Henri and F. V. Du Mond in New 
York. Member: SI. Illustrations 
for "The Shepherd of the Hills," etc. 

COOTS, Howard M., 2616 N. Alabama 
St., Indianapolis. Ind. (P.) 

COOVER. Nell, 72 Rue Notre-Dame-des- 
Champs, Paris, France, (P.) 

COPELAND. Charles, 49 Studio Bldg., 
110 Tremont St.. Boston, Mass.; h. 
53 Gray Cliff Road, Newton Centre, 
Mass.; summer, Thomaston, J^e. 
P.. I. — Bom Thomaston, Me., Sept. 10, 
1858. Member: Boston AC; Boston 
SWCP. 

COPELAND, JoMph Frank. 320 South 
Broad St.; h. 4828 Klngsessing Ave., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

P..C.,T. — Bom St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 21, 
1872. Member: Phila. Sketch C. In- 
structor Pennsylvania Museum School 
of Industrial Art. 



COPE LAN Dy M. Baynofi, Comptolr Na- 
tional, 2 Place de FOpera, Paris, 
France. 

P. — ^Bom El Paso, Tex. Pupil of Ken- 
yon Cox in New Yoric; Ferdinand Hum- 
bert and R. Miller in Paris; Shannon in 
London. 

COPPINI, Pom pec, 3008 Roosevelt Ave., 
San Antonio, Tex. 

S. — Bom Florence, Italy, May 19, 1870. 
Pupil of Augusto Rivalta in Florence. 
One of directors. Scientific Soc. of San 
Antonio. 

CORBETT, Bertha L., 917 Fine Arts 
Bldg., Chicago, 111.; and 203 West 14th 
St., Minneapolis, Minn. 
P.,I. — ^Born Denver, Colo., Feb. 8, 1872. 
Pupil of Douglas Volk in Minneapolis; 
Howard Pyle at Drexel Inst., Phila- 
delphia. Member: ASL of Chicago. 
Specialty, illustration of children's 
books. 

CORBETT, Gall Sherman (Mrs. Harvey 
Wiley Corbett), 443 West 21st St., New 
York, N. Y. 

S. — Bom Syracuse, N. Y. Pupil of 
Augustus Saint Gaudens. Member: 
NSS. 

CORNELL, Grace, 33 Alsop St., Jamaica. 
L. L, N. Y. (P.) 

CORNER. Thomas C(romwell), 260 West 
Biddle St., Baltimore, Md. 
P. — Born Baltimore, Feb. 2, 1865. Pupil 
of Weir and Cox In New York; Lefebvre 
and Constant in Paris. Member : 
Charcoal C; Salma.C. 1908. 

CORNOYER, Paul, Carnegie Hall, 154 
West 57th St., New York. N. Y.; sum- 
mer, Hurley, Ulster Co., N. Y. 
P.,T.— Born St. Louis, Mo., 1864. Pupil 
of Lefebvre, Constant and Louis Blanc 
In Paris. Member: ANA 1909; 
Salma.C.1902. Awards : First prize, 
Paris AAA 1892; gold medal, St. Louis 
Assoc, of Painters and Sculptors 1895; 
Evans prize, Salma.C.1905; Inness prize, 
Salma.C.1906; Shaw purchase, Salma.(^. 
1908. Work: "After the Rain," 
Brooklyn Institute Museum. 

CORNWELL, Martha J(ack8on), Vir- 

§inia Ave., West Chester, Pa. 
. — Bom West Chester, Jan. 29, 1869. 
Pupil of ASL of N.Y. under Cox and 
Saint Gaudens. Specialty, small bronzes 
of children. 

CORSON, Alice V(lncent), 12 Rue du 
Moulln-de-Beurre, Paris, France; and 
care of J. P. Cassldy, 1312 Filbert St.. 
Philadelphia. Pa. 

P.— Born Philadelphia. Pupil of Chase 
and Rupert C. Bunny. Member: 
Fellowship PAFA. 

CORSON, Katherlne Langdon (Mrs. 
Walter Hanson Corson), PIsrmouth 
Meeting, Pa. 

Ldscp.P.,I. — Bom Rochdale, England. 
Apr. 18, 1869. Pupil of Emil Carlson. 
H. Bolton Jones and F. C. Jones in 
New York. Award : Medal, Atlanta 
Exp., 1895. Work: "Across the Cove." 
Hamilton Club. 



CORSON 



WHOrS WOO iN AUT 



COX 



CORSON. Emmasita R(egicter), 1S12 
Arch St.» Philadelphia, Fa. (P.) 

CORWIN, Charles Abel, BrofdOine. Mass. 
P. — Bom Newburg^h. N. Y., Jan. 6, 
1857. Pupil of Frank Duveneck. 
Member: 9WA; Ghicaso SA; Salma, 
C.1905. Awards: Cahn prize, AIC 
1900; hon. mention, Chicagro SA. 

CORY, John Campbell, 898 Hlg^hland Ave., 
Newark, N. J. (Caricaturist.) 



C08ENTIN0, Oronzo, 1947 
New York, N. Y. (S.) 



Broadway, 



COTHARIN, Kate Leah, 175 Newbury 
St., Boston, Mass. (P.) 

COTTON, John W(esley), 327 Huron St., 
Toronto, Canada. 

I.,P.,C. — ^Bom Ontario, Canada, Oct. 29, 
1869. Pupil of AIC: ASL of Toronto. 
Canada. Member: Palette and 
Chisel C, Chicafiro; Chicagro WCC. 

COTTON, William, 146 West 55th St.. 
New York, N. Y.; summer. Newport, 
R. I. 

P.— Bom Newport, July 22, 1880. Pupil 
of Cowles Art School In Boston; Julian 
Academy under Laurens in Paris. 
Awards : Hon. mention, AC.Phlla. 
1905; first Hallgarten prize, NAD 1907; 
medal, Dallas, Tex., 1909. Member: 
Port.P. 

COULTER, W. A., 318 Merchants Ex- 
change, San Francisco. Cal.; h. San- 
sail to, Marin Co., Cal. 
P., I. — Bom In Ireland, March 7, 1849. 
Pupil of Vllhelm Melby and Francois 
Musin. Member: San Francisco Art 
Assoc. Awards : Prize, Yukon Exp., 
Seattle, 1910; prize, Sacramento State 
Fair. Work: Mural decorations in 
Merchants Exchange, San Francisco. 

COUDERT. Amalla KUssner (Mrs. 
Charles Du Pont Coudert), 53 West 48th 
St., New York, N. Y. 
Mln.P. — Born Terre Haute, Ind., March 
26, 1873. 

COUPER, William, 207 East 17th St.. 
New York, N. Y.; h. 105 Upper Moun- 
tain Ave., Montclair, N. J. 
S.— Bom Norfolk, Va., Sept. 20. 1853. 
Pupil of Thomas Ball and Cooper Inst, 
in New York; studied in Munich and 
Florence, where he lived twenty- two 
years. Member: NSS; N.Y.Arch. 
Lg. Award : Bronze medal, Pan- 
Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901. 

COUPER. Mrs. B. King, Spartanburg, S. 
C. (P.) 

COUSE, E(anaer) Irving, 68 West 57th 
St., New York, N. Y.; summer, Taos. 
New Mexico. 

P. — Bom Saginaw, Mich.. Sept. 3. 1866. 
Pupil of NAD in New York; Bouguereau, 
Robert-Fleury and Ecole des Beaux- 
Arts in Paris. Member: ANA 1902, 
NA 1911; NYWCC; AWCS; Salma.C.; 
Lotos C. (life). Awards: Shaw 



prise for black and white at SalnuuC. 
1899; second Hallgarten prise, NAD 
1900; Proctor prize, Salma.C.1900; hon. 
mention, Paris E^xp.. 1900; hon. men- 
tion. Pan-Am.£xp., Buffalo, 1901; first 
Hallgarten prise, NAD 1902; two bronze 
medals, St. Louis Exp., 1904; Isidor 
gold medal, NAD 1911. Specialty, In- 
dians. Work: 'TEnkfoot," National 
Gallery, Washington; "The Forest 
Camp." Brooklyn Institute Museum; 
"An Indian Courtship," Montclair (N. 
J.) Art GaUery; "Medicine Fires." Dal- 
las (Tex.) Museum; "Under the Trees," 
Smith College, Northampton, Mass.; 
"The Tom Tom Maker," Lotos Club, 
New York; "Sheep at E^rening." St. 
Paul (Minn.) Museum; decoration, 
"Adoration of the Shepherds," Grace 
Church, Harrisburg, Pa.; "Shappana- 
gons, Chippewa Chief," Detroit Mu- 
seum. 

COVEY, Arthur 8., Central Ave., Leonla, 
N. J. 
P.,I. — M ember: SI.; Salma.C. 

COVEY, Molly Sale, Leonia, N. J. (P.) 

COWAN, Sarah E., 401 West 118th St., 
New York, N. Y. (Mln.P.) 

COWDERY, Mrs. Eva D., 296 Boylston 
St.. Boston, Mass. 
P. — M ember: Copley S. 1905. 

COWLES, Cornelia, 77 South St., Hart- 
ford, Conn. (P.) 

COWLES, Genevieve A(lmeda), 15 State 
St.. Wethersfleld. Conn.; and Farming- 
ton, Conn. 

P.,I..C..T. — Bom Farmington. Feb. 23, 
1871. Pupil of Niemeyer at Yale Art 
School; Robert B. Brandegee at Far- 
mingrton. Member : N.Y. Woman's 
AC; A. Workers' C; Paint and Clay C. 
of New Haven; N.Y.Municipal AS. 
Specialty, mural decorations and stained 
glass windows. Work: "Charge to 
St. Peter," chapel of Conn. State 
Prison. 

COX, Albert Scott, 9 Sast 85th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

I..P.,T..W.,L. — ^Bom Randolph. Me., 
Nov. 7, 1863. Pupil of Delecluse and 
Julian academies In Paris. 

COX, Helen Morton, 9 Kast 10th St., New 
York. N. Y. (P.) 

COX, Kenyon, 130 East 67th St., New 
York, N. Y.; summer, Windsor, Vt. 
Mural P.,S.,I.,T.,W.,L. — Born Warren, 
C, Oct. 27, 1856. Pupil of Carolus- 
Duran and G6r6me In Paris. Mem- 
ber: ANA 1900, NA 1903; SAA 1882; 
Mural P; N.Y.Arch. Lg.; Nat.Inst.AL; 
Am. Acad. AL; Fellowship PAFA; ASL 
of N.Y. : Lotos C. Awards: Second 
Hallgarten prize, NAD 1889; two bronze 
medals, Paris Exp., 1889; Temple silver 
medal, PAFA 1891; medal, Columbian 
Ehcp., Chicago. 1893; gold medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904; medal of honor for 
Mural painting, N.Y.Arch.Lg. 1909; Isi- 



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WHO'S WHO !N ART 



CRAWFORD 



dor medal, NAD 1910. Work: Pic- 
tures "Plenty," National Gallery, Wash- 
Ingrton; Portrait of Augustus Saint 
Gaudens, and "The Haiy Player," 
Metropolitan Museum, New York; 
portrait of Henry L. Pry, Cincinnati 
Museum. Mural paintings: "Venice," 
Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Me.; *'Art 
and Science," Library of Congress, 
Washington; "The Reign of Law,'^ Ap- 
pellate Court, New York; "Contem- 
Slative Spirit of the Bast," Minnesota 
tate Capitol; "The Progress of Civlli- 
zation," Iowa State Capitol; '*The 
Beneficence of the Law," Sfssex County 
Court House, Newark, N. J. ; "The Judi- 
cial Virtues," Luzerne County Court 
House, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.; "The Light 
of Learning," Public Library, Winona, 
. Minn. ; "Passing Commerce Pajrs 
Tribute to the Port of Cleveland," Fed- 
eral Building, Cleveland; "The Sources 
of Wealth," Citizens' Building. Cleve- 
land. Statue, "Greek Science," Brook- 
lyn Institute Museum. 

COX, Louise (Howland King) (Mrs. 
Kenyon Cox), 130 East 67th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

P. — Born San Francisco. Cal., June 23, 
1865. Pupil of NAD; ASL under Ken- 
yon Cox In New York. 'Member: 
ANA 1902; SAA 1893. Awards: 
Third Hallgarten prize, NAD 1896; 
bronze medal, Paris Exp.. 1900; silver 
medal, Pan-Am.Exp., BufFalo, 1901; 
Shaw Memorial prize, SAA 1903; second 
Hallgarten prize, NAD 1904; silver 
medal, St. LouJs Exp.. 1904. Specialty, 
children's portraits. Work : "May 
Flowers," National Gallery. Washington. 

COX, Palmer, 134 West 23d St., New 
York, N. Y. 

Comic I. — Born Granby, Canada, Apr. 
28. 1840. Author and illustrator: 
"Brownie Clown In Brownie Town," etc. 

COX, W. B., 9 East 10th St., New York, 
N. Y. (Mural P., Designer.) 

COY, Anna, Rockford, 111. 
P.,T. — Born Rockford. Pupil of Chase, 
Henri, F. V. Du Mond and Alexander 
Robinson in New York. 

CRAIQ, Charles, Colorado Springs, Colo. 
P. — Born on farm, Morgan Co., O., Nov. 
1, 1846. Pupil PAFA. Specialty, In- 
dians and cowboys. 

CRAIQ, Frank, care of Harper & Broth- 
ers, London, England. 
I. — M ember: SI. 

CRAIQ, Netta, 1703 Penn. Ave., Wash- 
ington, D. C. (P.) 

CRAIQ, Thomas B(lgalow), Rutherford, 
N. J. 

P.— Born Philadelphia. Pa., Feb. 14, 
1849, Self-taught. Member: ANA 
1897; Salma.C.1902; A.Fund S. Spe- 
cialty, landscape with cattle. Work: 
"Evening," Pennsylvania Academy, 
Philadelphia. 



CRAM, Allen Qilbert, Babcock Bldg., 
Plainfield. N. J. (P.) 

CRAMER, Elizabeth S., Lake Forest, UL 
(P.) 

CRAMPTON, Edna, 5660 Stony Island 
Ave.. Chicago, 111. 

P. — Bom in Chicago. Pupil of AIC 
under John C. Johansen. 



CRANE, Ann, Bronxville, N. Y. (P.) 

CRANE, Bruce, Studio Arcade, Bronz- 
viUe, N. Y. 

Ldscp.P. — Born New York, N. Y., Oct. 
17, 1857. Pupil of A. H. Wyant, 
Member: ANA 1897. NA 1901; SAA 
1881; AWCS; NYWCC; A.Fund S; 
Scama.C.1888; Lotos C; Union Inter- 
nationale des Beaux -Arts et des Let- 
tres. Awards: Webb prize, SAA 
1897; bronze medal, Paris Exp., 1900; 
Inness medal, NAD 1901; silver medal, 
Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver 
medal, Charleston Exp., 1902; gold 
medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; third 
prize, C.I. Pittsburgh 1909; Saltua 
medal, NAD 1912. Work: "Autumn 
Uplands." Metropolitan Museum, New 
York; "November Hills," Carnegie In- 
stitute, Pittsburgh; "Autumn.*^ Na- 
tional Gallery, Washington; "March," 
Brooklyn Institute Museum; "Autumn 
Hills." Montclalr (N. J.) Gallery; 
"Springtime," Peabody Institute, Balti- 
more. 

CRANE, Frederick, 222 West 59th St., 
New York, N. Y.; summer, Dorset, Vt. 
P.— Born Bloomfield, N. J., 1847. 
Member : Salma.C;. ; Chairman Art 
Committee. City Club. Award: 
Bronze medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

CRANMER, Frances, "The Cairo," 
Washington, D. C. 

P. — Born Aberdeen, S. Dak., June 28, 
1890. Pupil of Chase in New York; 
Benson in Boston; Castleluccio in Paris. 
Member: S.Wash.A. Award: 
Gold medal, Corcoran Gallery 1908. 

CRAVEN, Laura, 2204 Tioga St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

P.— Born Philadelphia, Aug. 21, 1874. 
Pupil of Philadelphia School of Design 
for Women, and Elliott Daingerfield. 
Member: Plastic C. 



CRAWFORD. Artnur R., 3926 Perry St., 
Chicago, 111.; summer, Manistee. Mich. 
P. — Bom Marilla, Manistee Co., Mich., 
July 29, 1885. Pupil of Chicago Acad- 
emy of Fine Arts under W. J. Rejrnolds 
and W. P. Henderson. 

CRAWFORD. Brenetta Herrman, "The 
Enclosure,*' Nutley, N. J. 
P. — M ember: Port.P. 



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CRAWFORD, Earl Stttson, 14 West 29th 
St., New York. N. Y.; h. ''The En- 
closure," Nutley, N. J.; summer, Hud- 
son -on -Hudson, N. Y. 
P.,I.,W. — Bom Philadelphia, Pa., June 
6. 1877. Pupil of Chase in Philadelphia; 
Constant, Laurens, Puvis de Chavannes 
and Whistler in Paris. Member: SI; 
T Sq.C: Port.P. (sect.); A.Fund S. 
Author "Gentler Side of Whistler." 

CRAWFORD, Esther M., Tree Studio 
Bldf., Chicago. 111. 

P., C. — ^Bom Atlanta, Ga. Pupil of 
Otto Walter Beck and Whistler. 

CRAWFORD, Isabel, Minneapolis School 
of Fine Arts, Minneapolis, Minn. (P.) 

CRAWLEY, Ida, Sweetwater, Tenn. (P.) 

CREECY, Mrs. E. T., 609 A St.. S. E., 
Washington, D. C. (P.) 

CREIFELD, Richard, Europe. 
Port. P.— Born New York, 1853. Pupil 
of NAD; Barth and Wagner in Munich; 
Royal Academy Schools in London. 

CRISP, Arthur, 540 West 122d St.. New 
York, N. Y. 

Mural P. — Born Hamilton. Canada, Apr. 
26, 1881. Pupil of ASL of N.Y. Mem- 
ber: N.Y.Arch.Lg.; Mural P. Work: 
"Hamlet," "As You Like It," "Taming 
of the Shrew," and four Allegorical 
paintings in Belasco Theatre, New 
York; two allegorical lunettes. The 
Playhouse, New York. 

CRITCHER. Catherine C(arter), "The 
Woodley,'' Columbia Road, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

P.,T. — Born In Westmoreland Co., Va. 
Pupil of Richard Miller and Charles 
Hoffbauer in Paris. Member: S. 
Wash. A; Wash.WCC. 

CROCKER, Marlon E., 150 Cypress St.. 
Brookllne, Mass. 

P. — Born Boston, Mass. Pupil of Tar- 
bell in Boston; Kenyon Cox in New 
York; Constant and Laurens in Paris; 
George Hitchcock in Holland. Mem- 
ber: Copley S. 1888. 

CROMBIE, Ruth E., 40 South Oxford St., 
Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. (Min.P.) 

CROSBY, Raymond Moreau, 252 Boylston 
St., Boston, Mass.; h. Yarmouthport, 
Afass. 

I. — Born Grand Rapids, Mich.. 1875. 
Studied in Italy and France. Mem- 
ber: SI. On staff of "Life." 

CROSS, Amy, 58 West 57th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

P., T.— -Born Milwaukee, Wis. Pupil of 
Cooper Inst, under R. Swain Gifford 
and ASL of N.Y.; Hague Academy in 
Holland under Jacob Maris and Albert 
Neuhuys; Julian Academy in Paris. 
Member: NYWCC; N.Y. Woman's 
AC; WAA of Canada. Awards: Sil- 
ver medal. Atlanta Exp., 1895; bronze 
medal, Charleston Exp., 1902. 



CROSS, Anson K(ent), 70 Summit Ave., 
Winthrop, Mass. 

P.,T.,W. — Bom Lawrence. Mass., Deo. 6, 
1862. Pupil of Mass. Normal Art School. 
Member: Boston AC; Copley S. 
Awards : Bronze medal. Mas8.Char- 
itable Mechanics Assoc, Boston, 1892. 
Member of Faculty, Mass.Normal Art 
School since 1883; Boston Museum 
School since 1891. Author, "Drawing 
in Public Schools," etc. 

CROSS, Sally, 209 Fenway Studios, Bos- 
ton, Mass.; h. Main St., Maiden, Mass.; 
summer. Squirrel Island, Me. 
P..T. — ^Born Lawrence, Mass. Pupil of 
De Camp and Ross Turn er in Boston. 
Member: Pa.S.Min.P; NYWCC. 

CROWN FELD, Mrs. David, Box 1254, 
Boston, Mass. <P.) 

CROWNINSHIELD, Frederic, 314 West 
End Ave., New York, N. Y.; summer, 
Stockbridge, Mass. 

P.,I.,T.,C.,W.,L, — ^Born Boston, Mass., 
Nov. 27, 1845. Pupil of Rowbotham in 
London; Benouville in Rome; Ecole des 
Beaux -Arts, Cabanel and Couture in 
Paris. Member: N.Y.Arch.Lg.l886; 
Mural P; ANA 1905; Copley S. (hon.); 
Fine Arts Fed. of New York (pres., 
1900-1909); AIA (cor.); Nat.Inst. A.L. ; 
Century Assoc. Specialty, mural deco- 
ration and stained glass; also land- 
scapes. Author, "Mural Painting," "A 
Painter's Moods" (poems). Director 
American Academy in Rome, 1909 to 
1911. 

CRUNELLE, Leonard, Fine Arts Bldg.; 
h. 2034 East 73d St., Chicago, HI. 
S. — Born Lens, France, July 8, 1872, 
Pupil of Lorado Taft and AICJ. Mem- 
ber: Chicago SA. Awards : Medal 
and diploma, Atlanta Exp., 1895; special 
prize, AIC, autumn, 1904; bronze medal 
and diploma, St. Louis Exp., 1904; Mu- 
nicipal A.Lg. prize, AIC. 1911. Work: 
"Squirrel Boy," Art Institute of Chi- 
cago. 

CULBERTSON, Linn, 1131 22d St., Des 
Moines, Iowa. (P.) 

CUCEL, Edward, Klenzestrasse, Munich. 
Bavaria; and 5 Rue Bellart, Paris, 
France. 

P., I. — Born San Francisco, Cal., Aug. 6, 
1875. Pupil of Constant, Laurens and 
G4r0me In Paris; Leo Putz in Munich. 
Member: Soc.Nat.des Beaux-Arts 
(Assoc), Paris; Liupold Gruppe, Mu- 
nich. 

CULVER, A. P., 135 East 66th St., New 
York, N. Y. (P.) 

CUMMINGS, M(elvln) Earl, 721 Mont- 
gomery St., San Francisco, Cal. 
S.,T.— Born Salt Lake City, Utah, Aug. 
13, 1876. Pupil of Merci4 and NOel in 
Paris; Douglas Tilden in San Francisco. 
Artist member Board of Park Com- 
missioners. Instructor at San Fran- 
cisco Art Institute since 1905. Work: 
"Robert Burns," Golden Gate Park, San 
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CUPRIEN, F(rank) W., UOl East Bel- 
knap St., Fort Worth, Tex. 
P.— Born Brooklyn, N. Y., 1871. Pupil 
of Carl Weber In Philadelphia; studied 
in Munich, Dresden, Lelpxiff and Paris. 
Member: Lteipziff AA; Fort Worth 
AA. 

CURRAN, Charles C(ourtney), 39 West 
67th St., New York, N. Y.; summer, 
Cragsmoor, Ulster Co., N. Y. 
P.— Born Hartford, Ky., Feb. 13. 1861. 
Pupil of Cincinnati School of Desifirn; 
ASL and NAD in New York; Julian 
Academy under Constant, Lefebvre and 
Doucet in Paris. Member: ANA 1888, 
NA 1904 (rec. sect.); NYWCC (treas.); 
AWCS; SAA 1888; Salma.C; Lotos 
(life). Awards: Third Hallgrarten 
prize, NAD 1888; hon. mention, Paris 
Salon. 1890; Clarke prize. NAD 1893; 
medal, Columbian Exp.. Chicago, 1893; 
second Hallgarten prize, NAD 1895; 
silver medal, Atlanta Exp.. 1896; hon. 
men., Paris Exp.. 1900; silver medal. 
Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo. 1901; Carnegrie 
prize, SAA, 1904; silver medal, St. Louis 
eJxp., 1904^ first Corcoran prize. S. 
Wa8h.A.1905; first prize (1600), Osborne 
competition. 1906. Work: "Perfume 
of the Roses," National Gallery, Wash- 
ingrton; "The Breezy Day," Pennsylva- 
nia Academy, Philadelphia; ^'The 
Golden Hour." Museum of Art, Colum- 
bus; "Building^ the Dam." Art Associa- 
tion, Richmond, Ind.; "The Junarfrau" 
and "The Swimming Pool," Toledo (O.) 
Museum of Art; "Children Catching 
Minnows," Buffalo (N. Y.) Fine Arts 
Academy. 

CURRIE, Bessie Bangs, 1973 St. Anthony 
Ave., Merriam Park. Minn. (P.) 

CURRIER, E(dward) W(llson). Mechan- 
ics Institute Bldg.; h. California Society 
of Artists, San Francisco, Cal. 
P. — Born Marietta, C, Oct. 11, 1857. 
Pupil of Academy of Fine Arts in Chi- 
cago; George L. Clough in New York. 
Member: San Francisco Art Assoc. 
Awards : Silver medal for water 
color and silver medal for oil at Alaska- 
Yukon Exp.. 1910. 

CURRIER, George H., 18 Vaughan St., 
Dorchester Centre, Mass. 
P. — M ember: Boston AC. 

CURTIS, Constance, 1947 Broadway; h. 
33 West 69th St.. New York. N. Y. 
Port.R.T.— Born Washington, D. C. 
Pupil of ASL and William M. Chase in 
New York. Member: ASL of N. Y. ; 
N.Y. Woman's AC; A. Workers C. (pres.). 

CURTI8, Elizabeth, 939 Eighth Ave.. 
New York, N. Y. 

Ldscp.P. — Born New York. Apr. 21, 
1873. Pupil of William M. Chase. 
Member: N.Y. Woman's AC. 

CURTIS, E. S., Downes Block, Seattle. 
Wash. (I.) 

CURTIS, Jane Brldgham. See Mrs. Robert 
C. Child. 



CURTIS, Sidney W., 112 Hicks St., Brook- 
lyn, New York. N. Y. (P.) 

CURTIS, William Fuller, 83 West 69th 
St., New York, N. Y.; summer, Aah- 
fleld, Mass. 

P., I., C— Bom Staten Island. N. Y., Feb. 
26, 1873. Pupil of Julius Rolshoven, Le- 
febvre and Robert-FIeury in Paris. 
Member: N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1902; S.Wash. 
A; Wash.WCC; Boston SAC. 
Awards : Third Corcoran prize. 8. 
Wash.A.1902; first Corcoran prize, 
Wa8h.WCC 1903; silver medal. St. 
Louis Exp., 1904. Work: Reredos 
for Church of St. Michael and All 
Angels, Ctoneseo. N. Y. 

CUSHING, Howard Gardiner, 168 Beacon 
St., Boston, Mass.; and 121 East 70th 
St.. New York. N. Y. (winter 1912-18 in 
Rome). 

P.— Born Boston, 1869. Pupil of Lau- 
rens, Constant and Doucet in Paris. 
Member: ANA 1906; SAA 1906; Port. 
P. Awards: Hon. mention. Pan-Am. 
Exp.. Buffalo. 1901; third medal (1600), 
CI Pittsburgh, 1904; Temple gold medal, 
PAFA 1910. 

CUSHMAN, Alice, 919 Pine St., Philadel- 

Ehia. Pa. 
idscp.P. — Born Philadelphia. Sept. 27, 
1864. Pupil of NAD In New York; Rosa 
Turner in Boston. Member: Plastic 
C; Phlla.WCC; Copley S.1893; N.Y. 
Woman's AC. Award : Woman's Ex- 
position of the Carolinas. 1897. 

CUSHMAN, Lillian, 6030 Jackson Park 
Ave., Chicago. 111. (P.) 

CUTLER, Carl Gordon, Fenway Studios, 
Boston. Mass.; h. NewtonviUe. Mass. 
P. — Bom NewtonviUe. Mass.. Jan. 8, 
1873. Pupil of Constant and Laurens in 
Paris. Member: Boston AC. 

DABO, Leon, 28 West 63rd St.. Manhat- 
tan; h. "Harnden Court," Columbia 
Heights. Brooklyn, New York. N. Y. 
Ldscp. and Mural P. — Born Detroit, 
Mich., July 9. 1868. Pupil of Daniel 
Vi4rge, Pierre Oalland. Ecole des 
Beaux-Arts and Julian Academy in 
Paris. Member: Pastelists; Am. 
PS; NAC; N.Y.Municlpal AS; Allied 
Artists. London. Awards : Evans 
prize. NAC 1909; flrst prize, Muncie 
(Ind.) A.S.1909. Work: "Evening, 
The Hudson," National Gallery, Wash- 
ington; "Sea Shore," Detroit Museum 
of Art; "Dawn." St. Louis Museum; 
"The Lawn Party." Chicago Art Insti- 
tute; "The Ocean," Imperial Museum 
of Art. Tokyo. Japan; "Rondout," Her- 
ron Institute, Indianapolis; "After the 
Storm." Art Association. Saginaw, 
Mich.; *'Sun and Mist," Montclair 
(N. J.) Museum of Art; "Dawn, The 
Hudson." Muncie Art Association, 
"Woodstock," Toledo Museum of Art; 
"Silver Light." Brooklyn Institute Mu- 
seum; "The Hudson," Poland Springs 
(Me.) Gallery of Art; "The Gray Cloud." 
National Gallery of Canada. Ottawa; 
"The Ocean at Nassau." Milwaukee Art 



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DART 



Society. Mural paintings: "Ascension" 
(celling), trlforium (16 panels), and 
altar (4 panels). Church of St. John the 
Baptist, Brooklyn, New York; the his- 
torical series of ten panels. Flower Me- 
morial Library, Watertown, N. Y.; **The 
Rockets, Rain of Fire," Metropolitan 
Museum, New York; "Moore Park," 
Luxembourg, Paris; "The Bay," Hack- 
ley Art Gallery, Muskegon, Mich. 

9ABO, T(heodore) Scott, Billancourt 
(Seine), France. 

P. — Born New Orleans, La., October 26, 
1877. Pupil of Ecole des Beaux-Arts 
and Ecole des Arts Decoratifs in Paris. 
Work: "The River Seine," Detroit 
Museum of Art. 

DA COSTA, John, 68 West 57th St., New 
York, N. Y. 
P. — Third class medal. Paris Salon, 1907. 

DAQQETT, Grace E., 449 Edgewood Ave., 
New Haven, Ck>nn. (Min. P.) 

DAHLQREEN, Charles W., 1640 North 
42d Ave., Chicago, 111. 
P.— Born Chicago, Sept. 8, 1864. Pupil 
of AIC. Member: ASL of Chicago; 
Chicago SA; Chicago SE. 

DAINGERFIELD, Elliott, 222 West 59th 
St., New York, N. Y. 
P., I., T., W., L. — Born Harper's Ferry, 
Va., March 26, 1859; came to New York 
in 1880. Studied in New York. Mem- 
ber: ANA 1902, NA 1906; NYWCC; 
SAA 1903; Lotos C. Member Faculty 
Philadelphia School of Design. 
Awards : Silver medal, Pan.Am.Exp., 
Buffalo. 1901; Clarke prize. NAD 1902. 
Work: "Christ Stilling the Tempest" 
and "Slumbering Fog,^' Metropolitan 
Museum, New York; "Storm Breaking 
Up." Toledo Museum; "The Child of 
Mary," National Gallery, Washington; 
"The Midnight Moon," Brooklyn Insti- 
tue Museum; mural decorations in 
Lady Chapel of Church of St. Mary the 
Virgin, New York. 

DALAND, Katharine Maynadler Browne, 
136 Pleasant St., Claremont, N. H. (I.) 

DALLIN, Cyrus E(dwln), 69 Oakland 
Ave.. Arlington Heights, Mass. 
S., T., W. — Born SpringviUe, Utah, Nov. 
22, 1861. Pupil of Chapu and Dampt in 
Paris. Member: NSS; ANA 1912; N.Y. 
Arch.Lg; AC Phlla.1895; Boston AC; St. 
Botolph C.1900; Royal Soc.of Arts. Lon- 
don. Instructor Mass.Normal Art 
Art School; Awards: Gold medal, 
American Art Assoc, New York, 1888; 
hon. mention, Paris Salon, 1890; first 
class medal and diploma, Columbian 
Exp.. Chicago. 1893; silver medal, Mass. 
Charitable Mechanics Assoc. 1895; 
silver medal, Paris Exp., 1900; silver 
medal, Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901; 
gold medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; 
third class medal, Paris Salon, 1909. 
Work: "Signal of Peace," Lincoln 
Park, Chicago; "Sir Isaac Newton," 
Library of Congress, Washington; 
"Pioneer Monument," Salt Lake City; 
"Medicine Man," Fairmount Park, 
Philadelphia; etc. 



DANA, Charles E(dmund), 2013 De Lan- 
cey Place, Philadelphia, Pa.; summer. 
Northeast Harbor. Me. 
P., T., W., L.— Bom Wllkes-Barre, Pa., 
Jan. 18, 1843. Studied architecture at 
Royal Academy in Dresden and Munich; 
painting at PAFA and with E. Lumi- 
nals in Paris. Member: Phila.WCC 
(pres. to 1911); AC Phila.; Numismatic 
and Antiquarian Socof Phila. (pres.); 
Fellowship PAFA (pres. until 1910) ; Fair- 
mount Park Art Assoc. (1st v. -pres.): 
Trustee of Pa.Museum and School ox 
Industrial Art; Socof Arts, London. 
Award: Gold medal for water color, 
AC Phila.1891. Prof, of Art Univ.of Pa. 
until 1904; lecturer since 1904. Author 
"Glimpses of English History," etc. 

DANA, W(llllam) P(ar8ons) Wdnches- 
ter), 57 Onslow Gardens, London, S. W., 
England. 

P. — ^Born Boston, Mass., Feb. 18, 1833. 
Pupil of Ecole des Beaux -Arts in 
Paris under Picot and Le Polttevin. 
Member: ANA 1862, NA 1863. 
Awards : Third class medal, Paris 
Exp., 1878; bronze medal, Paris Ero., 
1889. Has lived in Europe since 1870. 
Work: "Off the French Coast — ^Moon- 
light Effect," Pennsylvania Academy, 
Philadelphia. 

DANA HER, Mary Bylngton, Lawrence 
Park, Bronxville, N. Y. (P.) 

DAN FORTH, Marie. See Mrs. Page, 

DAN NAT, William T., 45 Avenue de 
VlUiers, Paris, France. 
P.— Born New York, 1853. Pupil of 
Munich Academy and of Munkacsy. 
Member: Paris SAP (pres.); Nat. 
Inst. A. L. Awards : Third class medal, 
Paris Salon, 1883; gold medal. Pan- Am. 
Exp., Buffalo, 1901. Legion of Honor 
1889, Oflicer 1897, Commander 1901. 
Work: "The Woman in Red" and 
"The Contrabandist," Luxembourg Mu- 
seum, Paris, France; "A Quartette," 
Metropolitan Museum, New York: "In 
a Sacristy in Aragon," Art Institute, 
Chicago. 

DARLING, Jay Norwood (J. N. Ding), 
New York Globe, 7 Dey St., New York, 
N. Y. 

I. — Bom Norwood, Mich., Oct. 21, 1876. 
Cartoonist on staff of the "Globe" since 
1911. 

DARLING, W. M., Laren. North Holland. 
P. — Born Sandusky, O., 1856. Pupil of 
Julian Academy, Laurens, and Benja- 
min-Constant in Paris. Bronze medal, 
Paris Exp., 1900. 

DARRAGH, Marian Reno A., "The Glen- 
claire," 3813 Haverford Ave., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. (Min.P.) 

DARRAH, Frank J., 4 Sever St., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (P.) 

DART, Harry G., Amenla, N. Y. 
I. — ^M ember: SI. 



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DASBURQf Grace Mott Johnson (Mrs. 
Andrew Dasburgr). 145 Trenchard St., 
YonkerB, N. Y. (P.) 

D'ASCENZO, Myrtle Goodwin (Mrs. 
Nicola D'Ascenzo), 4936 Rublcam Ave., 
Germantown, Pa. 

P. — Bom North Tunbrldgre, Vt., Jan. 1, 
1864. Pupil of Pennsylvania School of 
Industrial Art. Member: Phila. 
WCC: Plastic C. 

D'ASCENZO, Nicola, 38 South 16th St.; 
h. 4936 Rublcam Ave., Gtermantown, Pa. 
P.,C. — ^Bom Torricella, Italy, Sept. 25, 
1871. Pupil of Mariani and Jacovacd In 
Rome. Member: Fellowship PAFA; 
T Sq.C; Phila.Sketch C; N.Y.Arch. 
L,g. 1902; Mural P. Awards: Co- 
lumbian Bxp., Chicago, 1893; gold 
medal, T Sq. C. Specialfy, mural deco- 
ration and stained glass. 

DAUGHERTY, James H., 61 Poplar St., 
Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. (P.) 

DAVIDSON, Clara D. See Mrs. Simp- 
son. 

DAVIDSON, George, 139 West 111th St., 
New York, N. Y.; summer, Waterbury, 
Conn. 

P.— Born Russia, May 10, 1889. Pu- 
pil of Douglas Volk and Francis Jones 
In New York. Member: AWCS. 

DAVIDSON, Jo., 40 Rue de I'Universite. 
Paris. France. 

S. — Born in Russia, April, 1884. Pupil 
of Brush and MacNeil in New York. 

DAVIDSON, Oscar L., 3435 Kenwood 
Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. 
P.— Born Flthian, 111., March 2, 1875. 
Member: Indiana Illustrators' Club. 

DAVIE8. Arthur B., care of William Mac- 
beth, 450 Fifth Ave., New York. N. Y.; 
h. Rockland Lake. N. Y. 
P.— Born Utica, N. Y., Sept. 26, 1862. 
Pupil of Dwlght Williams at Utica; 
studied in N ew York and Chicago. 
Member: NYWCC; Am.PS (pres.). 
Award: Silver medal. Pan -Am. Exp., 
Buffalo. 1901. Work: "Dream." 
Metropolitan Museum, New York; 
"Maya, Mirror of Illusions." Art Insti- 
tute, Chicago, 111. 

DAVIESS, Maria Thompson, 810 Broad- 
way, Nashville, Tenn. 
P., W. — Born Harrodsburg, Ky.. 1873. 
Pupil of Prlnet, Thermltte, Delance and 
Mucha in Paris. 

DAVIS, Cecil Clark, 19 Pearson St.. Chi- 
cago, IlL (P.) 

DAVIS, Charles H(arold), Mystic, Conn. 
Ldscp.P. — Bom Amesbury, Mass., Jan. 
7, 18b6. Pupil of Otto Gnindmann and 
Boston Museum School; Boulanger and 
Lefebvre in Paris. Member: SAA 
1886; ANA 1901, NA 1906; Copley S; 
Lotos C. Awards: (Sold medal, 
American Art Assoc, New York, 1886; 



hon. mention, Paris Salon, 1887; $2,000 

¥rize, American Art Assoc, New York, 
887; silver medal. Paris ESxp., 1889; 
Palmer prize, AIC 1890; medal, Mass. 
Charitable Mechanics Assoc, Boston, 
1890; medal, Columbian ESxp.. Chicago, 
1893; grand gold medal, Atlanta Bxp., 
1895; bronze medal, Paris Exp., 1900; Llp- 
pincott prize, PAFA 1901; silver medal. 
Pan-Am.E:zp., Buffalo, 1901; second 
Corcoran prize, S.Washington A, 1902; 
silver medal, St. Louis E!xp., 1904. 
Work: "August" and "Evening," 
Metropolitan Museum, New York, N. Y.; 
"The Deepening Shadows," Corcoran 
Gallery, Washington, D. C. ; "Moonrlse at 
Twilight." C^arnegie Institute. Pitts- 
burgh, Pa.; "Landscape," Museum of 
Pine Arts, Boston, Mass.; "At Sunset," 
Art Museum, Worcester, Mass.; "Sum- 
mer," National Gallery, Washington, 
D. C; "The Brook," Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia. 
Pa.; "Close of Day" and "Twilight," 
Art Institute, Chicago, 111. 

DAVIS, C(harle8) H(enry), 1103 Vermont 
Ave.; h. 1705 Rhode Island Ave., Wash- 
ington, D. C; summer, BramblehiU, 
The Dumplings, Jamestown, R. I. 
Ldscp.P. — Bom Cambridge, Mass., Aug. 
28, 1845. Member: Wash.SocFlne 
Arts. Rear Admiral U. S. Navy, re- 
tired. 

DAVIS, Charles Percy, McMillan Hall, 
Washington University, St. Louis, Mo. 
P., I., C, T. — Born Iowa City, la. Pupil 
of Chase and Beck with in New York; 
Bouguereau, Ferrier and Robert-Fleury 
In Paris. Member: Boston S.A. 
Crafts. Instructor in drawing, St. Louis 
School of Fine Arts. 

DAVIS, Cornelia Cassldy (Mrs. Edwin C. 
Davis), Cleves, O. 

P. — ^Bom Cincinnati, Dec 18, 1870. Pu- 
pil Cincinnati Art Academy and of 
George H. Hopkins. Member: Cin- 
cinnati Woman's AC (hon.). 

DAVIS, Leonard M., 15 Gramercy Park, 
New York, N. Y. 

Ldscp.P. — ^Bom Wlnchendon, Mass., 
May 8. 1864. Pupil of Laurens, Lefebvre 
and Constant in Paris. Member; 
NAC; Salma.C. Specialty, Alaska 
scenes. 

DAVIS. Samuel P., care of Gill EjUgraving 
Co., 140 Fifth Ave., New York. N. Y. 
I., Wood Engr. — Bom Schenectady, N. 
Y., July 7. 1846. Pupil of A. V. S. 
Anthony and John P. Davis. 
Awards: Gold medal, Columbian 
Exp., Chicago, 1893; bronze medal, Pan- 
Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901. 

DAVIS, Stuart, 1947 Broadway, New 
York, N. Y. (P.) 

DAVIS, Warren B., 7 West 42d ETt., New 
York. N. Y. 

P. — A wards: Inness prize 1905, Evans 
prize 1906 and Isidor prize 1911 at Sal- 
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DAVIS, William Steeple, Orient, N. T. 
Marine P.— Born Orient, N. Y., Blay 7, 
1884. 

DAVIS, Wniliam) Triplett, 3521 13th St., 
N. w., washinfiTton, D. C. 
P.. I. — Bom Waehinerton, D. C, Nov. 19, 
1876. Pupil of Luclen Powell and Cor- 
coran OsLilery School. Member: S. 
Wash. A. 

DAVISSON, H. Q., Muncie, Ind. (P.) 

DAVOL, Joseph B<enjamln), Ogunquit, 
Me. (P., T.) 

DAWES, Edwin M., 503% Hennepin Ave., 
Minneapolis, Minn. (P.) 

DAWSON, Arthur, 234 West 44th St., 
New York N. Y. 

P., W. — Born * Crewe, Bnsrland. March 
9, 1858. Pupil of David Law and Wil- 
liam Morris in London. Member: 
Lotos C; Authors' Club. London. 
Award: Hon. mention, Pan-Am.Exp., 
Buffalo, 1901. 

DAWSON, George Walter, 3715% Chest- 
nut St., Philadelphia. Pa. 
P., T. — Born Andover, Mass., March 16, 
1870. Pupil of Mass. Normal Art School 
in Boston; PAPA. Member: Phila. 
WCC. (pres.); Fellowship PAFA; T Sq. 
C; NYWCC. Instructor in water color 
and drawing at Univ.of Pa. Specialty, 
landscapes and flowers. 

DAWSON-WATSON, Grand and Frank- 
lin Aves.; h. 3739 Windsor Place, St. 
Louis, Mo. 

P., EnffT., T. — Bom London, England, 
1864. I*upil of Mark Fisher in London; 
Carolus Duran, Chartran and Collin in 
Paris. Member: SWA; St. Louis 
AG; 2x4 Soc. 

DAY, Bertha C. See Mrs. Bates. 

DAY, Francis, 27 West 67th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

P.— Born LeRoy, N. Y., Aug. 12, 1863. 
Pupil of ASL of N. Y. ; Ecole des Beaux- 
Arts, Hubert and Merson in Paris. 
Member: SAA 1891; ANA 1906; 
Snlma.C.1888. Award: Third Hall- 
gar ten prize, NAD 1895. 

DAY, Katharine Seymour, 28 Fifth Ave., 
New York, N. Y. 

P.— Born In United States. Pupil of 
Chase. 

DEAN, Elizabeth M. (Mrs. Samuel B. 
Dean), 107 Wlnthrop St., Roxbury, 
Mass. 

P. — ^Bom Cambridge, Mass. Pupil of 
Ludovici In Paris; Duveneck and H. D. 
Murphy in Boston. Member: Copley 
S.1896. 

DEANE, Keith R., 698 Fell St., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. (P.) 

DBANE, Lillian Reubena, 1816 East 52d 
St., Chicago, 111. 

Min.P.— 'Bom Chicago. Sept. 24, 1881. 
Pupil of AIC; J. Wellington Reynolds 
and Virginia S. Reynolds. 



DEARTH, Henrv Golden, Carnegie Stu* 
dios. New York, N. Y. 
P. — Born Bristol, R. I., April 22, 1864. 
Pupil of Ecole des Beaux- Arts and 
Aim6 Morot in Paris. Member: SAA 
1889; ANA 1902, NA 1906; Century As- 
soc. ; Lotos C. Awards: Webb prise, 
SAA 1893; bronze medal, Paris Bxp., 
1900; silver medal. Pan -Am. Exp.. Buf- 
falo. 1901; silver medal, Charleston 
Exp., 1902. Work: "Boulogne Har- 
bor," Metropolitan Museum, New York; 
"Road and Canal," and "Gardenias." 
Fine Arts Academy, Buffalo; "An Old 
Church at Montreuil," National Gal- 
lery, Washington; "Dreamland" and 
"Golden Sunset," Brooklyn Institute 
Museum; "In the Gloaming," Detroit 
Museum. 

DEBEREINER, George, 31 Bast 4th St.; 
h. 347 Wood Ave., Clifton, Cincinnati, O. 
P., C. — ^Born Germany, 1860. M e m - 
ber: Cincinnati AC. 

DE BOW, Constance, 39 Kearney St., 
Newark, N. J. (P.) 

DE CAMP, Joseph (Rodefer), Fenway 
Studios, Boston, Mass.; h. Medford, 
Mass. 

P. — ^Bom Cincinnati, O., Nov. 5, 1858. Pu- 
pil of Duveneck at Cincinnati Academy; 
Royal Academy in Munich. Member: 
Ten American Painters; Nat.Inst.A.L. 
Instructor School of Boston Museum of 
Fine Arts. Awards : First prise. 
City Hall decorative competition, Phila- 
delphia; Temple gold medal, PAFA 
1899; hon. mention, Paris E^ro.. 1900; 
gold medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; second 
Clark prize, Corcoran AG 1909; Beck 
medal, PAFA 1912. Work: "The New 
Gown," Wllstach Gallery, Philadelphia; 
"Woman Drying Her Hair," Cincinnati 
Museum; "The Guitar Player," Boston 
Museum of Fine Arts; "Sally," Worces- 
ter Museum; "Dr. Horace Howard Fur- 
ness" and "Little Hotel," Pennsylvania 
Academy, Philadelphia. 

DECKER, E. Bennett, 360 Eastern Ave., 
Takoma Park, D. C. (P.) 

DE FOE. Ethellyn Brewer (Mrs. Louis 
De Foe), 204 West 70th St., New York, 
N. Y. 

Min.P. — Born In New York City. Pupil 
of Whittemore and Mowbray in New 
York. Member: N.Y. Woman's AC; 
Barnard Club. 

DE FOREST, Lockwood, 7 East 10th St., 
New JTork, N. Y. 

P., Arch. — Born New York, June 23, 
1850. Pupil of Corrodi in Rome; F. E. 
Church in New York. Member: ANA 
1891, NA 1898 (treas. 1899-1907); A.Fund 
S; Artists' Aid S; N.Y.Arch.Lg.l890 
NSC (pres.); Boston SAC; Century As- 
soc. ; Salma.C.1908. A wa r d s : Medal, 
for varvlngB. Colonial Bxp., London, 
1886; medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 
1893. Specialty, landscapes; also Inte- 
rior decorator, and founded workshops 
at Ahemedabad. India, for revival of 
woodcarving. Work: "The Rameseum 
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DE HAAS, Alice Preble Tucker (Mrs. M. 
F. H. de Haas), 939 Bigrhth Ave.; h. S47 
West 55th St., New York, N. Y.; sum- 
mer. Gate Lodge Studios, Kaat Qlouces- 
ter. Mass. 

P. — Born Boston, Mass. Pupil of M. F. 
H. De Haas, Chase and R. Swain Gif- 
ford. Member: N.Y. Woman's AC. 

DE HAVEN, Frank, 23 West 24th St.; h. 
308 Columbus Ave., New York, N. Y. 
Ldscp.P. — Born Bluff ton, Ind., Dec. 26, 
1856. Pupil of Georfire H. SmiUie in 
New York. Member: ANA 1902; 
Salma.C.1899. Awards : Inness prize, 
Salma.C.1900; Shaw prize, Salma.C.1901; 
hon. mention. Pan -Am. Exp., Buffalo, 
1901; silver medal, Charleston Bxp., 
1902; silver medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

DEIGENDE8CH. Herman, 320 South 
Broad 9t., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Min.P., T.— M ember: Pa.Soc.Mln.P. 

DE LAND, Clyde Osmer, 603 Baker Bldfir., 
1520 Chestnut St.; h. 22 N. St. Bernard 
St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
I., P.— Bom Union City, Pa., Dec. 27, 
1S7 2. Pupil of Drexel Inst, under How- 
ward Pyle in Philadelphia. Work: 
Painting, "First American Flag," City 
of SomervlUe. Mass.; illustrated, "The 
Count's Snufl-Box," etc. 

DELE, Coeulllerle Henry, 229A Clifton 
Place, Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. (P.) 

DELLENBAUQH, F(rederlck) S(amuel), 
226 West 78th St., New York, N. Y.; 
summer, Cragsmoor, N. Y. 
P. — ^Born McConnelsvllle, O., Sept. 18. 
1868. Pupil of Carolus-Duran In Paris. 
Member: Salma.C.1888: Century As- 
soc; MacD. 

DEL MAR, Francltca, 152 West 55th St.; 
h. 311 West 70th St., New York, N. Y. 
P.. T., W., L.— Born Washington, D. C. 
Pupil of Collin, Fleury and Bouguereau 
In Paris; Rolshoven In London. Work: 
Mural decorations at Caroline Rest 
(hospital), Hartsdale, N. Y.; "The 
Mother of the Gods," a public building. 

DEL MUE, Maurice, San Francisco 
Chronicle, 4l8t Ave. and Port Lobos, 
San Francisco, Cal. (I.) 

DE LUCE, Perclval, 617 West 144th St., 
New York N, Y. 

P.. I.—Born New York, Feb. 26, 1847. 
Pupil of Antwerp Academy; Portaels In 
Brussels; Bonnftt in Paris. Member: 
ANA 1897; AWCS; Salma.C.1902; A. 
Fund S. Work: "The Anxious 
Mother," Art Association, Indianapolis. 

DE MANCE, Henri, 30 Bast 23d St.; h. 
177 East 78th St., New York, N. Y. (P.) 

DE MAR, John L., 1954 N. 81st SL, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 

I.— Bom Philadelphia, Sept. 22, 1866. 
Cartoonist on 'Thiladelphia Record" 
since 1908. 

DBMINQ. Adelaide, LItchfleld, Conn. 
Ldscp.P., C. T.— Bom Litchfield. Conn., 
Dec. 12, 1864. Pupil of ASL of N.Y.; 
Pratt InaL, Chase, Lathrop aod SneU. 



Member: N.Y. Woman's AC; NYWCC; 
Awards: Beal prize, NYWCC 1908; 
Burgess prize, N.Y. Woman's AC 1908. 

DEMINQ, E(dwln) W(lllard), 5 Macdou- 
gal Alley, New York, N. Y. 
P., S., I. — Born Ashland, O., Aug. 26, 
1860. Pupil of ASL of N.Y.; Lefebvre 
and Boulanger in Paris. Member: 
N.Y.Arch.Lg.l902; Mural P. Speclcdty, 
Indian and animal subjects. Awards: 
Silver medal, AAS 1892; bronze medal, 
St. Louis Exp., 1904. Work: Two 
mural paintings, Morris High School, 
New York City; "Braddock's Defeat** 
and "Discovery of Wisconsin," mural 
decorations. Wis. Historical Soc, Madi- 
son, Wis.; "The Fight" and "Mutual 
Surprise," two bronzes. Metropolitan 
Museum, New York. 

DEMING, Eleanor, 108 Fulton St.; h. 858 
West End Ave., New York, N. Y.; sum- 
mer, R, F. D. No. 2, Putnam, Conn. 
P., C. — Born Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 2, 
1879. Pupil of John W. Alexander, Her- 
bert Adams. Mrs. Charles Sprague- 
Smlth and C. F. Hamann. Specialty, 
landscapes and jewelry. 

DENBY, Edwin H., 333 Fourth Ave., New 
York, N. Y. 

S., Arch. — M ember: N.Y.Arch.Lg. 
1908. 

DE NESTI, Adolfo, 3919 Irving St., Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 

S., P., I. — Born Florence, Italy. June 7, 
1870. Pupil of Rival ta In sculpture; 
Barabino In painting. 

DEN8LOW, William Wallace, 2403 
Broadway, New York, N. Y.; and Dens- 
low's Island, Bermuda. 
I.—Born Philadelphia, May 5, 1856. Pu- 
pil of Cooper Union and NAD In New 
York. Specialty, children's books; also 
designing extravaganzas for the stage. 

DERRICK, William R(owell), Carnegie 
Hall. 154 West 57th St., New York, N. Y. 
P., C. — Bom San Francisco, Cal. Pupil 
of Bonn&t, Boulanger and Lefebvre in 
Paris. Member: NAC. Work: 
"The Plaza," Nationcd Gallery, Wash- 
ington. 

DE8CH, Frank H.. S. E. corner 6th and 
Walnut Sts.. Philadelphia, Pa. (I.) 

DESSAR, Louis Paul, 396 Fifth Ave., New 
York, N. Y. 

P. — Born Indianapolis. Ind., Jan. 22, 
1867. Pupil of NAD In New York; Bou- 
guereau, Robert-Fleury and B<oole des 
Beaux -Arts In Paris. Member: SAA 
1898; ANA 1900, NA 1906; Salma.C.1895: 
Lotos C. ; A^Fund S. A wa r d s : Third 
class medal, Paris Salon, 1891; medal, 
Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1898; hon. 
mention, C.LPIttsburgh, 1897; second 
Hallgarten prize. NAD 1899; first HaU- 
garten prise, NAD 1900; bronze medal, 
Paris Exp., 1900; silver medal, Pan-Am. 
Exp., Buffalo, 1901; sliver medal, 
Charleston Exp., 1902. Work: "Re- 
turn to the Fold" and "The Watering 
Place," National Gallery. Washington; 
"Wood-Cart," Metropolitan Museum. 
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DE8VARREUX-LARPENTEUR, JamM, 
19 Rue de Sdvres, Paris, France. 
P.— -Bom Baltimore, Md., Oct. 20, 1847. 
Pupil of Van Bfarcke and Ecole des 
Beaux-Arts in Paris. Awards : Hon. 
mention, Paris Salon 1907; gold medal, 
Alaska-Tukon Exp., 1909. Specialty, 
landscapes with cattle. 

DE TAKACH, Bela, 1211 Carnegie HaU, 
New York, N. Y. (P.) 

DE THUL8TRUP, Thure, 287 Fourth 
Ave.; h. 266 West 81st St., New York, 
N. Y. 

I., P.— Member: AWCS; SI 1901. 
Awards : Hon. mention for drawings, 
Pan -Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901. 

DEUSCHINSKI, Joe, 507 Bast 87th St., 
New York, N. Y. (P.) 

DEVILBISS, I (da) E., Hampton College, 
Hampton, Va.; and WalkersviUe, Md. 
P., I., T. — Born Liberty town, Md., Oct. 
19, 1874. Pupil of Pratt Institute In 
Brooklyn. 

DEVILLE, H., 100 William St., New 
.York, N. Y. (Etcher.) 

DEVINE, Bernard, 115 Rue Notre-Dame- 
des-Champs, Paris, PVance; and Wil- 
lard Itf 6 

P.— Born Portland, Me., Oct. 19, 1884. 
Pupil of George Bridgman and Robert 
MacCameron in New York; Laurens and 
Lionel Walden in Paris. Member: 
Paris AAA. 

DEVINE, Bess A., 33 Tree Studio Bldg., 
Chicago, 111. (P.) 

DeVOLL, F. Usher, 256 Westminster St.; 
h. 159 Elm St., Providence, R. I. 
^ — Born Providence, R. I., Dec. 15, 
1873. Pupil of R. I. School of Design; 
Chase, Mowbray and Henri in New 
York; Laurens in Paris. Member: 
Providence AC; Union Internationale 
des Beaux-Arts et des Lettres, Paris. 
Work: "Autumn Landscape," R. I. 
School of Design, Providence. "Spring" 
Art CJlub, St. Johns, New Brunswick. 

De WENTWORTH, Mrs. Ceclle, 15 Ave. 
des Champs Elysdes, Paris France. 
Port.P.— Born New York, N. Y. Pupil 
of Cabanel and Detaille in Paris. 
Awards : Gold medals. Tours, Lyons 
and Turin; hon. mention, Paris Salon, 
1891; bronze medal, Paris Exp., 1900. 
Chevalier Legion of Honor 1901; Officer 
of Public Instruction, France; Order of 
the Holy Sepulchre from Pope Leo XIII. 
Work: "Major Gen. George B. Mc- 
Clellan," Metropolitan Museum, New 
York. 

DEWEY, Charles M(elvnie), 222 West 
28d St., New York, N. Y. 
Ldscp.P. — ^Born LowviUe, N. Y., July 16, 
1849. Pupil of Carolus-Duran in Paris. 
Member: ANA 1903, NA 1907; Nat. 



Inst. A.L. ; Lotos C. Awards: Silver 
medal, Pan-Am.Bxp., Buffalo, 1901; 
silver medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 
Work: "Edge of the Forest,^' Corco- 
ran Gallery, Washington; "The Grey 
Robe of Twilight," Fine Arts Academy, 
Buffalo; "The Harvest Moon" and '"The 
Close of Day,* National Gallery, Wash- 
ington; "Old Fields," Pennsylvania 
Academy, Philadelphia; "Amagansett 
from the Fields," Brooklyn Institute 
Museum. 

DEWEY. Julia Henshaw (Mrs. C. M. 
Dewey), 222 West 28d St., New York, 
N. Y. 

P., I.— Born Batavia, N. Y. Pupil of 
Charles Melville Dewey. 

DEWING, Maria (Rlchardsj uakey (Mrs. 
Thomas W. Dewing), 128 East 57th St.; 
h. 82 East 55th St., New York, N. Y.; 
summer. Green Hills, N. H. 
P.— Born New York, Oct. 27, 1857. 
Pupil of NAD and John La Farge in 
New York; Couture in Paris. 
Awards : Bronze medal, Columbian 
Exp., Chicago, 1893; bronze medal, ■ 
Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901. 

DEWING, T(homa8)*W(llmer), 12 West 
8th St.; h. 82 East 55 th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

P.— Born Boston, May 4, 1851. Pupil 
of Boulanger and Lefebvre in Paris. 
Member: ANA 1887, NA 1888; Ten 
American Painters; Nat.Inst.A.L. Spe- 
cialty, small figures. Awards : 
Clarke prize, NAD 1887; silver medal. 
Paris Exp., 1889; gold medal, Pan -Am. 
Exp., Buffalo, 1901; gold medal. St. 
Louis Exp., 1904; Lippincott prize, 
PAFA 1906; first medal, C.I.Pittsburgh, 
1908. Work: "Summer," National 
Gallery, Washington; twenty oil paint- 
ings, two screens and one silver point. 
Freer Collection, National Gallery, 
Washington, D. C; "The Recitation" and 
"Lady In Green and Gray," Art Insti- 
tute, Chicago; "The Letter," Metropoli- 
tan Museum, New York; "Lady with a 
Mask," Corcoran Gallery, Washington, • 
D. C; "Writing a Letter," Toledo Mu- 
seum; "Lady with a Macaw," Fine Arts 
Academy, Buffalo. 

DEWING-WOODWARD, Miss, Brevoort 
House, New York, N. Y. 
P., T.— Born Williamsport, Pa. Pupil 
of PAFA; Julian and Colarossi Acade- 
mies in Paris. Awards : Silver 
medal, Marseilles Exp., 1903; diplome 
d'honneur. City of Paris, 1904. 

DE WITT, J. Pennington, 311 West 59th 
St., New York, N. Y. (P.) 

DICKINSON, Mabel E., 363 Plantation 
St., Worcester, Mass. (P.) 

DICKINSON, Preston, care of Folnet 
Fils, 21 Rue Brea, Paris, France. 
P. — Bom in the United States. Pupil 
of Baschet and Royer in Paris. 



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DIELMAN, Frederick, CoUesre of the City 
of New York, Convent Ave. and 140tn 
St., New York, N. Y.; h. Rldgefleld, 
Conn. 

P., I., C, Etcher, T. — ^Bom Hanover, 
Germany, Dec 26, 1847; came to the 
United States in childhood. Pupil of 
Dies at the Royal Academy in Munich. 
Member: ANA 1881. NA 1883 (pres. 
1899 to 1909); AWCS; SAA 1906; SI 
(hon.); Mural P.; Nat.In8t.A.L. ; Cen- 
tury Assoc.; Salma.C. (hon.). Pres. 
Pine Arts Fed. of N. Y. since 1910. 
Professor of drawing In the College of 
the City of New York since 1903. Di- 
rector, Art Schools of Cooper Union. 
Congress, Washington, D. C; "Thrift," 
"Law" and "History," Albany (N. Y.) 
Savings Bank; six mosaics in Iowa 
State Capitol, Des Moines. 

DIETERICH, Waldemar Franklin, 347 
North Charles St.; h. 1838 West Mul- 
berry St., Baltimore, Md. 
Port. P., I., T.—Born Baltimore, Nov. 
10, 1876. Pupil of Constant and Lau- 
rens in Paris. Member: Charcoal 
C, Baltimore; ASL of N. Y. 

DIETRICH, Carl J., 11 Clinton St., Hart- 
ford, Conn. 

P., Arch. — ^Bom Coburg, Germany, Dec. 
7, 1865. Pupil of Paul Turk in Co- 
burg; Charles No^l Flagg in Hartford; 
Ross Turner in Boston. 

DIET8CH, C. Perclval, 116 East 66th St., 
New York, N. Y. 
S.— M ember: NSS. 

DILLAYE, Blanche, 1620 Chestnut St.; 
h. 4706 Warrington Ave., Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

P., I.. Etcher. — Bom Syracuse, N. Y. 
Pupil of PAPA; etching under Stephen 
Parish; Garrido In Europe. Mem- 
ber: NYWCC; Phlla.WCC: Fellow- 
ship PAFA; Plastic C: N.Y. Woman's 
AC. Awards : Silver medal for 
etching, Atlanta Exp., 1895; silver 
medal, AAS 1902; silver medal for 
etchings. International Exp. at Lorient, 
France, 1903. Work: •'Still Evening 
in the Little Street," Art Collection, 
Univ. of Ssrracuse, N. Y. 

DILLE, J. H., Amelia. O. (P.) 

DILLON, Frank, 2312 Calumet Ave., Chi- 
cago, ni. (P.) 

DILLON, Mrs. Julia, Kingston, N. Y. 
P.— M ember: NYWCC. 

DIMOCK, E., care of W. J. Glackens, 23 
Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. (P.) 

DIRKS, Randolph, 140 West 57th St., 
New York, N. Y. (P.) 

DIX, Eulabee (Mrs. Alfred Le Roy 
Becker), 68 West 67th St., New York, 
N. Y.; and 163 Highland Ave., Buffalo, 
N. Y. 

Min.P. — Born Greenfleld. 111., Oct. 6, 
1879. Pupil of St. Louis School of Pine 
Arts; Whittemore and JosephI in New 
York. Member: Pa. S. Min.P. 



DIXON, John J. A., 2608 Jefferson St.. 
Philadelphia, Pa. (P.) 

DIXON, Maynard, 37 West 22d St., New 
York, N. Y., and Bohemian Club, San 
Francisco. (Mural P.) 

DOBBINS, Helen E., Woodbury, N. J. 
S. — ^Born . Trenton, N. J., Jan. 3, 1886. 
Pupil of Charles Grafly. 

DODD, Jessie Hart, 114 Wellington 
Place, Mt. Auburn, Cincinnati, O. 
I., P., T., C— Born Cincinnati, April 18. 
1863. Pupil of PAFA; Howard Pyle at 
Drexel Inst. 

DODGE, Ozlas, 363 Washington St.. Nor- 
wich, Conn.; summer. Lake Abquam, 
N. H. 

P., Etcher. — Bom Morristown, Vt., Feb. 
14, 1868. Pupil of Yale School of Fine 
Arts; ASL of N. Y.; Ecole des Beaux- 
Arts under G4rdme In Paris. Mem- 
ber: Chicago Soc. of Etchers. Bach- 
elor of Fine Arts, Yale Univ. Director 
of Norwich (Conn.) Art School 1897- 
1907. Work: Colored etchings In 
Congressional Library, Washington and 
New York Public Library. 

m 

DODGE, W. De Leftwich, 51 West 10th 
St.; h. 156 East 79th St., New York. 
N, Y. 

Mural P. — Born Liberty, Va., 1867. 
Studied in Munich and with G4r0me In 
Paris. Member: Mural P. 

Awards : Gold medal. Prize Fund 
Exhibition, New York, 1886; bronze 
medal, Paris Exp., 1889; medal, Co- 
lumbian Exp., Chicago. 1893. Work: 
Majestic Theatre. Boston; Empire 
Theatre, New York; hotels Astor, Al- 
gonquin, Devon and Waldorf-Astoria, 
New York; "Ambition." celling in Li- 
brary of Congress, Washington. 

DOHN, Pauline. See Mrs. Rudolph. 

DOHRMANN, Theodore ' 8., 226 Green- 
dale Ave., Cincinnati. O. (P.) 

DOLINSKY, Nathaniel, 139 East 16th 
St., New York, N. Y. (P.) 

DOLPH, Carey A., Mt. Ranler, Md. (P.) 

DONAQHY, John, De Land. Fla.; and 54 
Myrtle Ave., Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. 
P., I. — Born HoUIdaysburg. Pa., May 4, 
1834. Pupil of Eugene Craig, George 
Hertzel. A. L. Dalby. I. Broome; NAD 
and ASL of N. Y. Member: Brook- 
13m AC; Pittsburgh AS (ex-pres.). 

DONALDSON, Alice W., 20 Paul Ave., 
Trenton. N. J. (P.) 

DONALDSON, John, 1814 Penobscot 
Bldg., Detroit. Mich. 
P.— -Member Nat.Inst.A.L. 

DONATO, Giuseppe, 387 South Broad St.; 
h. 1412 South 8th St.. Philadelphia. Pa. 
S. — Born Maida. Calabria. Italy. March 
14. 1881. Pupil of Philadelphia Indus- 
trial Art School under Grafly and J. 
Liberty Tadd and PAFA under Grafly; 



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Ecole des Beaux- Arts; Julian and Cola- 
rossi academies In Paris. Member: 
NSS: N.Y.Arch.Lg.; Paris AAA; Union 
Internationale des Beaux-Arts et des 
Lettres; Fellowship PAFA. Awards : 
Stewardson scholarship. PAFA 1900 
(first time awarded); Cresson Euro- 
pean scholarship, PAFA 1903-1905 (first 
time awarded). Work: "The 

Quaker." City Hall. Philadelphia. 

DONLEVY, Alice H(ughe8), 130 West 
97th St., New York, N. Y. 
P., I.. W., L. — ^Born Manchester. Eng- 
land. Jan. 7, 1846. Pupil of School of 
Desigm for Women and Cooper Union in 
New York. 

DONNER, H. Montague, 41 Claremont 
Ave.. New York, N. Y. (P.) 

DONOHO, Ruger, 130 West 57th St., 
New York N. Y. 

S.. P.— Born Church Hill. Miss.. 1857. 
Pupil of ASL and R. Swain QifTord in 
New York; Julian Academy in Paris 
under Lefebvre and Boulanger. 
Awards : Silver medal, Paris Exp., 
1889; Hors Concours, Paris Salon, 1890; 
Webb prize. SAA 1892; medal, Colum- 
bian Exp., Chicago, 1893; hon. mention, 
CI Pittsburgh. 1911. Work: "La 
Marcellerle," Brooklyn Institute Mu- 
seum. 

D08CH, Roswell, Hillsdale, Ore. (P.) 

DOUGHERTY, Ida. See Mrs. J. Marion. 

DOUGHERTY, Louis R., 6515 Saybrook 
Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.; h. 5829 Crit- 
tenden St., Germantown, Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

P.,'S., I., T. — Born Philadelphia. Dec, 
24, 1874. Pupil of PAFA and Drexel 
Inst. Member: The Scumblers, 
Phila. 

DOUGHERTY, Parke C(u8tl8), 49 Boule- 
vard du Montparnasse; h. 47 Rue Va- 
vin, Paris, France. 

P. — Bom Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 11, 
1867. Pupil of PAFA; Julian Academy 
in Paris. Member: AC Phila. ; 
Paris AAA; Inter. Soc.A.Ij., Paris. 
Awards : Third prize, Paris AAA; 
third class medal, Inter.Exp.Toulouse, 
France. 

DOUGHERTY, Paul, 33 West 67th St., 
New York, N. Y. 

Marine P. — Born Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 6, 
1877. Studied alone in Paris, London, 
Florence, Venice and Munich. Mem- 
ber: SAA 1905; ANA 1906, NA 1907; 
Nat.Inst.A.L. ; Lotos C; Salma.C. 1907; 
AWCS. Awards : Osborne prize 
($500) 1905; secondprize, CI Pittsburgh 
1912. Work: "The Land and the 
Sea," Corcoran Gallery, Washington; 
"Flood Tide," C^amegie Inst., Pitts- 
burgh; "Moonlit Cove." Toledo Mu- 
seum; "Sun and Storm," National <3al- 
lery, Washington; "Autumn Oaks." 
Brooklsm Institute Museum; "The Blue 



Gale," Chicago Art Institute; "October 
Seas," Metropolitan Museum, New 
York; "A Freshening Gale," Buffalo 
Fine Arts Academy. 

DOUGLAS. Walter, 134 West 23d St., 
New York, N. Y.; summer, 74 Western 
Ave., Morristown, N. J. 
P.— Born Cincinnati, O., Jan. 14, 1868. 
Pupil of Chase, NAD and ASL in N. Y. 
Member: Salma.C. 1904. Work: 
"In the Shade," Dallas (Tex.) Art As- 
sociation. Specialty, poultry. 

DOULL, Mary Allison, 96 Fifth Ave., 
New York, N. Y. (Min.P.) 

DOW, Arthur WCesley), 525 West 120th 
St.; h. 501 West 120th St., New York, 
N. Y.; summer, Ipswich, Mass. 
Ldscp.P., T., W., L. — Bom Ipswich, 
Mass. Pupil of Boulanger, Lefebvre, 
Doucet and Delance In Paris. Instruc- 
tor, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, 1895- 
1904; Professor of Fine Arts, Teachers 
College, Columbia Univ., since 1904; 
Director, Summer Art School, Ipswich, 
Mass. Awards : Hon. mention, Paris 
Exp., 1899; bronze medal for painting 
and hon. mention for woodcuts, Pan- 
Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; medal, Boston 
Mechanics Assoc. Author of "Compo- 
sition" and "Prints from Wood Blocks." 

DOWNES, J(ohn) 1. H., 254 Lawrence 
St.; h. 345 Whitney Ave.. New Haven, 
Conn. 

P. — ^Born Derby, Conn., 1861. Pupil of 
Yale School of Fine Arts and J. Alden 
Weir; Merson in Paris. 

DOYLE, Agnes Ellen, Orland. lU. 
Min.P.— Born Chicago, 111., July 80, 
1873. Pupil of AIC. 

DOYLE, Alexander, 718 High St., Ded- 
ham, Mass.; summer. Squirrel Island, 
Me. 

S. — Bom Steubenville, C, Jan. 28, 1857. 
Pupil of Nicoli, Dupre, Pellicia; Na- 
tional Academies at Carrara and Flor- 
ence, Italy. Work: Marble statue of 
Rev. William Pinkney, Washington; 
bronze equestrian statue of Gen. Albert 
Sidney Johnston, New Orleans; "Peace," 
on Revolutionary Monument, York- 
town, Va.; Gen. Philip Schuyler, on 
Nat. Revolutionary Monument, Sara- 
toga. N. Y.; Gen. James B. Steedman, 
Toledo; Gen. Garfield. Cleveland; eight 
colossal allegorical marble statues in 
rotunda. State Capitol, Indianapolis; 
statue of Horace Greeley, New York. 

DOYLE, James J., 2108 Eighth St., Wal- 
brook, Md. (Etcher.) 

DRAKE, Alexander W., 83 East 17th St.; 
h. 17 East Eighth St.. New York. N. Y. 
Wood Engr. — Bom near Westfleld. N. 
J.. 1843. Member: N.Y.Arch.Lg. 
1886; Salma.C.; NAC. Director Art 
Dept., "Century Magazine," since 1881. 

DRAKE, Hllah T. See Mrs. Olifton A. 
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DRAKE, Will H<enry), 37 West 22d St., 
New York N. Y. 

P., I. — Born New' York, June 4. 1866. 
Pupil of Julian Academy in Paris under 
Constant and Doucet. Member: 
ANA 1902; AWCS; NYWCC; Salma.C. 
1887; A Fund S. Awards: Hon. 
mention, Paris Exp., 1889; Inness prize, 
Salma.C. 1903. Specialty, animals. Il- 
lustrated Kiplins's "JunfiTle Book." 

DRAPER, Harrlette Elza, 76 Prairie 
Ave., Aubumdale, Mass. (Min.P.) 

DRAYTON, Ernlly. See Mrs. J. Madison 
Taylor. 

DRAYTON, G(race) Q(ebble) (Mrs. W. 
Hey ward Drayton), 830 Park Ave., 
New York N. Y. 

I.— Born Philadelphia, Pa.. Oct. 14, 1875. 
Member: Fellowship PAFA. Author 
and illustrator of "Fido." "Kitty Puss" 
and other children's books. Originator 
of Campbell Soup cards. 

DRESSER, Lawrence Tyler, 451 Lexing- 
ton Ave., New York, N. Y. (P.) 

DRESSLER, Mrs. Bertha Menzler, 7 Tree 
Studio BIdff.; h. 259 Clybourne Place, 
Chicago, HI. 

P.— Born Chicago, 1874. Pupil of AIC; 
Merson, Collin and Aman-Jean in 
Paris. Awards : Special prize, AIC, 
autumn 1903; Young Fortnightly prize, 
AIC 1909; Grower prize, AIC 1910. 

DRESSLER, Emil, 29 West 69th St., 
New York, N. Y. (P.) 

DRYER, Leona M., 396 East Ave., 
Rochester, N. Y. (P.) 

DRYER, Rufus «!., 4 Rue Falguidre, 
Paris, BYance. (P.) 

DRYSDALE, Alexander John, Board of 
Trade Bldg., 320 Magazine St.; h. 1012 
Philip St.. New Orleans, La. 
P., I. — Bom Marietta, Ga.. March 2, 
1870. Pupil of Paul Poincy in New 
Orleans; ASL of N. Y., under Curran 
and Du Mond. Member : Artists' 
Assoc, of New Orleans. 

DUBfe, Mrs. Mattle, 16 Avenue de I'Alma, 
Paris F'ran ce 

P.— Born Florence, Ala., Dec. 27, 1861. 
Pupil of Bouguereau and Robert -Fleury 
in Paris. Awards : Third class 
medal, Paris Salon, 1896; bronze medal, 
Paris Exp., 1900. Officer of French 
Academy, 1900. 

DU BOIS, Quy Phne, "New York Amer- 
ican"; h. Fort WadBWorth, Staten Is- 
land, N. Y. 

P., w. — ^Born New York. Jan. 4. 1884. 
Pupil of Chase. Du Mond and Henri 
in New York; Steinlin In Paris. Mem- 
ber: Paris AAA: Am.PS. Art critic, 
•'New York American." 



DUDLEY, Dorothy, 3S Willow St., Brook- 
lyn. New York, N. Y. 



P. — ^Bom SbmerviUe, Mass.. Dec. 23, 
1892. Pupil of Pratt Institute, Brooklyn. 

DUDLEY, Frank V., 1130 East 63d St., 
Chicago, 111. 

P.— Born Delavan, Wis., 1868. Pupil of 
AIC. Member: Chicago SA; SWA. 

DUDLEY. Katherlne, 1546 Astor St., Chi- 
cago, lU. (P.) 

DUFNER, Edward, 318 West 57th St., 
New York N. Y. 

P.— Born buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 5, 1872. 
Pupil of ASL of Buffalo; ASL of N. Y.; 
Whistler and Laurens in Paris: studied 
in Madrid. Member: ANA 1910; 
NYWCC; AWCS; S?ilma.C. 1908; Paris 
AAA. Awards : First Wanamaker 
prize, Paris AAA 1899; bronze medal, 
Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901; hon. men- 
tion. Paris Salon, 1902; Fellowship 
prize, Soc. of Artists, Buffalo, 1904; 
silver medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; 
Evans prize, AWCS 1909. Instructor 
ASL of N. Y. Work: "In the Studio," 
Buffalo Fine Arts Academy. 

DUGMORE, Arthur RadclyfTe, Newfound- 
land, N. J. 

I. — Born in England, Dec. 25, 1870. Pu- 
pil of Belle Arti, Naples; came to United 
States in 1889. Specialty, ornithological 
subjects. Author, "Bird Homes." 

DULL, John J., Drexel Institute; h. 1236 
South 59th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Ldscp.P., Arch. — Bom Philadelphia, Pa., 
1862. Pupil of PAFA. Member: 
Fellowship PAFA; T.Sq.C; Phila.Sketch 
C. ; Phila.WCC. Award: Gold medal, 
Plastic C. 1903. Professor of Archi- 
tecture, Drexel Inst. 

DU MOND, F(rank) V(lncent), 15 West 
67th St., New York, N. Y. 
P., I., T.— Bom Rochester, N. Y., 1865. 
Pupil of Boulanger, Lefebvre and Con- 
stant in Paris. Member: SAA 1906; 
ANA 1900, NA 1906; ASL of N. Y.; 
N.Y.Arch.Lg. 1904; Mural P; Lotos 
C; Salma.C. 1900; Century Assoc. 
Awards : Third class medal, Paris 
Salon, 1890; gold medal, Boston, 1892; 
gold medal, Atlanta Exp., 1895; silver 
medals for painting and for Illustration, 
Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver 
medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. Director 
Dept. of Fine Arts, Lewis and Clark 
Exp.. Portland. 1905. Instructor at ASL 
of N. Y. Work: "At the Well," 
Public Gallery, Richmond, Ind. 

DU MOND. Frederic Molvllle, 66 Rue 
Raynouarq. Paris, France. 
P. — Born Rochester, N. Y., July 15, 1867. 
Pupil of Lefebvre, Cormon, Laurens and 
Doucet in Paris. Awards : Hon. 
mention. Paris Salon. 1898; third class 
medal, Paris Salon, 1899. 

DU MOND, Helen Savler (Mrs. F. Y. Du 
Mond), Pine Road, BrlarcUff Manor, 
N. Y. 

Min.P.— Born Portland, Ore., Aug. 81, 
1872. Pupil of ASL, Robert Brandegeo 
and F. V. Du Mond in New York; Col- 
lin and Merson In Paris. 



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DUNBAR, Frederick A., HoUy Oak. Del. 
(S.) 

DUNBAR, Harold C, The Hayden Studio. 
Belmont, Mass. 

P.. I. — ^Bom Brockton. Mass.. Dec. 8, 
1882. Pupil of Mass. Normal Art School 
under E. L. Major. De Camp and Tar- 
bell. Member: Boston SwCP; Bos- 
ton AC. Work: "Sprlngr Eveningr," 
Boston Art Club; "Autumn Glow," Bos- 
ton City Club. 

DUNBAR. U(lrlc) S(tonewall) .Kackson). 
60 V St., N. W., Washington. D. C. 
S. — Born London, Ont., Canada, Jan. 81, 
1862. Pupil of Frederick A. T. Dunbar 
and Art School, Toronto, Can. Mem- 
ber: S.Wash.A. (sect.) Awards: 
Bronze medal, Columbian Exp., Chi- 
cago, 1893; prize, Pan-Am.Bxp., Buffalo. 
1901; prize, Atlanta Exp.. 1902; prize. 
Seattle, Wash.. 1906; St. Louis Exp., 
1904. Work: Bronze statue of Gov. 
Alexander R. Shepherd. Washington; 
"Singleton Monument," Oak Hill Cem- 
etery, Washington: bust of Hendricks 
and Martin Van Buren, U. S. Senate; 
bust of G. G. Hubbard, Hubbard Mem- 
orial Hall, WcLshington. 



DUNCAN, 

York, N. 



F. A., 1947 
Y. (I.) 



Broadway, New 



DUNDAS. Verde V., Paris, 111. (S.) 

DUNLAP, Helena, Whittler, Cal.; and 
care of Lefebvre-Poinet, 19 Rue Vavin, 
Paris, France. 

P. — Bom Los Angeles, Cal. Pupil of 
PAFA. Member: Fellowship PAFA. 

DUNLAP, Hope, 15 Kelburn Road. Bel- 
mont, Mass. (I.) 

DUNLAP, (Miss) Zoe Fleming. 42 East 
McMillan St.. Mt. Auburn, Cincinnati, 
O. 

Min.P., W. — ^Born Cincinnati, O., Jan. 
13, 1872. Pupil of Cincinnati Art Acad- 
emy under V. Nowottny; studied in 
Paris. Member: NAC. 

DUNN, Harvey T., 1616 Rodney St., Wil- 
mington, Del. (I.) 

DUNSMORE, John Ward, 96 Fifth Ave.. 
New York, N. Y. 

P. — Born near Cincinnati, O., Feb. 29. 
1856. Pupil of Couture In Paris. 
Member: N.Y.Arch.Lg. 1903; Salma. 
C. 1903; A.Fund S; Cincinnati AC 
(pres. 1898-1902). Award: Medal, 
Mass. Charitable Mechanics* Assoc, 
Boston, 1881. Director Detroit Museum 
of Art 1888-90; director Detroit School 
of Arts 1890-94. Work: •'Macbeth," 
Ohio Mechanics' Institute, Cincinnati; 
"Airs Fair in Love and War." Lassell 
Seminary. Auburndale, Mass. 

DUNTON, W. Hdrb«rt, 89 Richmond Ave., 
Ridgewood. N. J. 
L — ^M ember: S)alma.C. 1908. 



DU PONT, 
(Min.P.) 



Hel«n A.» Johnstown. 



DUPREZ, Mrs. Elizabeth F. Krussman 
Van Elten, care of P. Foinet. 21 Rue 
Brea. Paris. France; and 322 Fifth Ave.. 
New York N. Y. 

P.— Born New York. Pupil of NAD; 
Courtois and Collin in Paris. Mem- 
ber: Paris A. Woman's AA, 

DURAND, E. L., 7 West 14th St.. New 
York, N. Y. (P.) 

DURFEE, Chlselle. 5403 Woodlawn Ave., 
Chicago. lU. (P.) 

DURKEE, Helen WInslow, 50 West 45th 
St.. New York, N. Y.; and East 
Patchogue, L. I., N. Y. 
Min.P.— M ember: Pa.S.Min.P. 

DUSHIN8KY, J.. 64 East 94th St., New 
York, N. Y. (P.) 

DUSTIN, Silas 8., 146 West 23d St.. New 
York, K. Y.; summer. Mystic. Conn. 
Ldscp.P. — Born Richfield, O. Pupil of 
NAD and William M. Chase. Mem- 
ber: A.Fund S; Salma. C. 

DUVENECK, Frank, Art Academy of 
Cincinnati, O.; h. 1232 Greening St.. 
Covington, Ky. 

P., S., Etcher, T. — ^Born Covington, 1848. 
Pupil of Diez in Munich, in which 
city he lived over ten years. M e m- 
ber: SAA 1880; ANA 1905. NA 1906; 
SWA; Cincinnati AC; Nat.Inst.A.L. 
Awards : Medal, Columbian Exp., 
Chicago, 1893; hon. mention. Paris Sa- 
lon, 1895; silver medal, Pan-Am.Exp., 
Buffalo, 1901. Instructor in Cincinnati 
Academy of Fine Arts. Work: Nine 
paintings in Cincinnati Museum; 
"Turkish Page and Recumbent Figure," 
Pennsylvania Academy, Philadelphia; 
"Marine," Indianapolis Art Association; 
Memorial Statue of Elizabeth Booth 
Duveneck, Cemetery, Florence, Italy. 

DWIQHT, Julia 8. L.. Grundmann 
Studios, Boston. Mass.; n. 1651 Beacon 
St., Brookline, Mass. 
P. — ^Born Hadley, Mass., Dec. 2, 1870. 
Pupil of Tryon and Tarbell in Boston; 
Brush in New York. 

DYER, H. Anthony, 170 Blackstone Blvd.. 
Providence. R. I. 

Ldscp.P., L. — Born Providence, Oct. 28, 
1872. Studied in Holland and France. 
Member: Providence AC (pres.); 
Providence WCC (pres.); Boston 
SWCP. 

DYER, H(arry) W.. 30 Midland Ave., 
East Orange, N. J. 
P., I.— Bom Portland, Me., Nov. 16, 1871. 
Pupil of Charles Fox in Portland; Frank 
Benson and Ross Turner in Boston. 
Member: "The Gargoyles." New 
York. 

DYER, Lowell, St. Ives, Cornwall, Eng 
land. 

P. — Bom Brookl3m, N. Y.. Dea 3. 1856- 
Pupil of G4r0me In Paris. 



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CHARLES GRAFLY, N. / 



EAKINS 



WHO'S WHO !N ART 



EDWARDS 



EAKIN8, Thomas, 1729 Mt. Vernon St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

P., S., T.— Born Philadelphia, July 26. 
1844. Pupil of PAFA; Ecole des Beaux- 
Arts in Paris under O6r0me and Bon- 
nftr. Member: ANA 1902, NA 1902. 
Awards : Medal, Mass. Mechanics' 
Assoc, Boston; medal, Columbian Bzp., 
ChicafiTO, 1893; hon. mention, Paris Bxp., 
1900; grold medal. Pan-Am.Ezp., Buffalo, 
1901; fiTold medal, St. Louis Ezp^ 1904; 
Temple gold medal, PAFA 1904; Proctor 
prize, NAD 1905; second- prize, C.I. 
Pittsburgh, 1907; gold medal, AAS 1907. 
Instructor in PAFA. Work: "The 
Chess Players." Metropolitan Museum, 
New York; "Clinic of Professor Gross," 
Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia; 
"Clinic of Professor Agnew," Univ. of 
Penn., Philadelphia; "Cardinal Mar- 
tinelli," Roman Catholic University of 
America; "The Pathetic Song," Penn- 
sylvania Academy. Philadelphia; sculp- 
ture — the Horses on Brooklyn Arch and 
reliefs on Trenton monument. 

EARHART. John Franklin, Perin Bldg., 
Cincinnati, O.; h. Fembank, O. 
Ldscp.P. — Born in Ohio, Bfarch 12, 1853. 
Member : Cincinnati AC. Award: 
Landscape prize ($100), Cincinnati AC 
1903. 

EARLE, Elinor. 532 Walnut St., Phila- 
delphia; h. Stenton Ave., Chestnut Hill, 
Philadelphia. Pa. 

P.— Born Philadelphia. Pupil of PAFA. 
Member: Plastic C; Fellowship 
PAFA. Awards : Mary Smith prize, 
PAFA 1902; bronze medal, St. Louis 
Exp., 1904. 

EARLE, L(awrence) C(armlchael), 148 
South Union St., Grand Rapids, Mich. 
P.— Born New York, Nov. 11, 1845. 
Studied in Munich, Florence and Rome. 
Member: ANA 1897; AWCS; NY 
WCC; Salma.C. 1895; A.Fund S; AIC 
(hon.). 

EARLEY. James Farrington. rear 17^ 
East S St.; h. 1348 T St., N. W., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

S. — Born Birmingham, England, Sept. 
27, 1856. American citizen 1882. Pupil 
of Royal Academy, London. M e m- 
ber: Wash. Arch. C; S.Wash.A. 

Awards: Papal medal, Leo XIII; 
sliver medal, St. Louis Exp.. 1904. 

EATON. Charles Warren, 318 West 57th 
St., New York, N, Y.; h. Bloomfleld, 
N. J. 

Ldscp.P,— Born Albany, N. Y., Feb. 22, 
1857. Pupil of NAD and ASL of N. Y. 
Member: AWCS; NYWCC; SalmaC. 
1897; A.Fund S; Lotos C. Awards: 
Hon. mention, Paris Exp., 1900; Proctor 
prize. Salma.C. 1901; silver medal. 
Charleston Exp., 1902; Inness prize, 
S!alma.C. 1902; Shaw prize. Salma.C. 
1903; gold medal, AC Phlla., 1903; Inness 

Sold medal. NAD 1904; silver medal, 
t. Louis Exp., 1904. Work: 
"Dunes at Knocke. Belgium," Cincin- 
nati Museum; "Gathering Mists," Na- 
tional Gallery, Washington; "Connecti- 
cut Pines," Brooklyn Institute Museum. 



EATON, Hugh M., 339 Halsey St.. Brook- 
lyn, New York. N. Y.; summer. Towaco» 
N. J. 

P., I., C— Bom Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 26, 
1865. Pupil of J. B. Whittaker in 
Brooklyn; Beckwlth, Cox and Chase in 
New York. Member: NSC. Spe- 
cialty, bookplates and illumination. 

EATON, Margaret Fernle (Mrs. Hugh M. 
Beaton), 339 Halsey St., Brooklyn, New 
York, N. Y.; summer Towaco, N. J. 
P., I., C. — Born Leamington. England, 
April 22. 1871. Pupil of J. B. Whit- 
taker in Brooklyn; ASL of N. Y. under 
Cox and Mowbray. Member: 
NYWCC; ASL of N. Y. (life). 

EBERLE, Abattenia 8t. Leger. 206^ West 
13th St., New York. N. x.; summer* 
Woodstock, Ulster Co., N. Y. 
S. — Bom Webster City, la.. Apr. 6. 1878. 
Pupil of ASL of N. Y.; George Grey 
Barnard and Gutzon Borglum. M e m- 
b e r : NSS; N.Y.Woman^B AC; Union 
Inter, des Beaux- Arts. Awards : 
Bronze medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; 
Barnett prize, NAD 1910. W, o r k : 
"Girl on Roller Skates" and "Mowgli," 
Metropolitan Museum, New York; 
"Windy Doorstep," Worcester Art Mu- 
seum and Chicago Art Institute; "The 
Dancer." Venice, Italy, and Twentieth 
Century Club, BufCalo, N. Y. 



RT. Charles H.. Greenwich, Conn. 
(P.) 

ECKER80N. Margaret. 170 Stevens Ave., 
Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

P.— Born New York, Feb. 25, 1883. Pu- 
pil of Robert Henri. 

EDMOND, Elizabeth, 46 Rue Vandamme, 
Paris, France. 
S. — Born Portland, Me. 

EDMONDSON, William J.. 2362 Euclid 
Ave.; h. 1916 East 79th St.. Cleve- 
land, O. 

P. — Born Norwalk, O., 1868. Pupil of 
Vonnoh in Philadelpnia; Aman-Jean 
and Lefebvre in Paris. Member: 
Cleveland AC; Fellowship PAFA. 

EDWARDS. Edward B.. Wood Ridge, 
Bergen Co., N. J. 
I.— M ember: N.Y.Arch.Lg. 1892. 

EDWARDS. George Wharton. 70 Broad 
St., New York, N. Y.; h. 2 Maple Ter- 
race, Greenwich, Conn. 
P., I., W. — Bom Fair Haven, Conn.. 
1859. Studied In A ntwerp and Paris. 
Member: NYWCC; AWCS; NAC. 
Awards : Bronze and silver medals, 
Boston. 1884 and 1890; bronze medal. 
Pan -Am. Exp., Buffalo. 1901, for paint- 
ing, and hon. mention for drawing; 
silver medal, Charleston Exp., 1902; 
medal, Barcelona, Spain, 1902. Man- 
ager, art dept. Collier's, 1898 to 1908; 
Am. Bank Note Co. since 1904. Work: 
Mural dec, "Henrik Hudson," U. S. 
Military Academy; illustrated Austin 
Dobson's "Sun Dial"; "Old English 
Ballads," etc. 



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EMERTON 



EDWARDS. H(arry) C, 735 Fulton St.; 
h. 764 Halsey St., Brooklyn, New York, 
N. T.; summer, Gauanoque, Ontario, 
Canada. 

P., I.— Bom Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 29, 
1868. Pupil of Adelphl College, Brook- 
13m, under J. B. Whittaker; ASL of 
N. T. under Mowbray. Member: 
Salma.C. 1901. Illustrated— "The Castle 
of Dawn," "The Chrysalis," etc. 

EDWARDS, Mary L., 4801 Forbes St.. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. (P.) 

EDWARDS. Robert, 3 Washington 
Square, New York, N. Y. 
P., I. — Bom Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 4, 1879. 
Pupil of ASL of Buffalo: ASL of N. Y.; 
Chase School; Eric Pape School and 
Cowles School in Boston. Member: 
SI. Illustrated "The Lovers of Laima," 
"Eve's Second Husband," "The Wiving 
of Lance Cleveridge." 

EDMOND, Elizabeth, 4 Rue de Chev- 
reuse, Paris, France. (S.) 

EQGERS, George William, 414 N. Normal 
Parkway, Chicago, 111. (P.) 

EGGLESTON, Benjamin, 246 Fulton St.; 
h. 561 East 32d St.. vanderveer Park, 
Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. 
P. — ^Born Belvedere, Minn., Jan. 22. 
1867. Pupil of Minneapolis School of 
Fine Arts under Douglas Volk. M e m- 
ber : Brooklyn AC; Kit Kat C; Salma. 
C. 1903. 

EILERS, Emma, 751 St. Marks Ave., 
Brooklyn, New York, N. Y.; summer, 
Littleworth Lane, Sea Cliff, L. I., N. Y. 
P., C— Born New York. Pupil of ASL 
of N. Y. under Cox, Chase, Mowbray, 
Beckwith and Du Mond. Member: 
ASL of N. Y.; N.Y. Woman's AC; Fel- 
lowship PAFA. 

EISENLOHR, E. G., 16 Bads Ave., Sta- 
tion A, Dallas, Tex. (P.) 

ELDREDGE, Emily, The Linden, Hart- 
ford, Conn. (P.) 

ELLERHUSEN, Ulrlo H., 51 West 10th 
St.; h. 131 West 63d St., New York, 
N. Y. (S.) 

ELLIOTT, Elizabeth Shlppen Green (Mrs. 
Huger Elliott), 24 Concord Ave., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 

I.— Born Philadelphia, Pa. Pupil of 
PAFA and of Howard Pyle. M e m- 
ber: Phila.WCC; NYWCC; SI 
(Assoc); Inter.Soc.of Sculptors, Paint- 
ers and Gravers; Fellowship PAFA; 
Plastic C; Providence AC. Awards : 
Second Corcoran prize, Wash.WCC 
1904; bronze medal. St. Louis Exp.. 
1904; Mary Smith prize, PAFA 1905; 
Beck prize, Phila.WCC 1907. Specialty, 
child life. 

ELLIOTT, John, "Oak Olen," Melville 
Station, Newport, R. I. 
P.— Bom in England, April 22, 1858. 
Pupil of Julian Academy and of Caro- 
lus-Duran in Paris; Villegas at Rome. 



Decorated by King of Italy in 1910 for 

devotion to survivors of Messina earth- 

Quake 

Work : "Triumph of Time," ceiling 

decoration, Boston Public Library; 

"Diana of the Tides," mural decoration. 

National Museum, Washington, D. C. 

ELLIS, Edmund Lewis, 1133 Broadway; 
h. 2341 Andrews Ave., New York, N. Y. 
P.. Arch. — Born Omaha, Neb., Oct. 31, 
1872. Pupil of George B. Post. Mem- 
ber: N.Y.Arch.Lg. 

ELLIS, John, P. O. Box 138, CoytesvUle, 

N. J. (P.) 

ELiVIORE, Elizabeth, 144 West 91st St.. 
New York, N. Y. (P.) 



Hudson 



ELWELL, F(rank) Edwin, 12 
Place, Weehawken, N. J. 
S. — Bom Hubbardville, Concord, Mass., 
June 15, 1868. Pupil of Daniel C. 
French in Concord; Falguidre and Ecole 
des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Member: 
Cincinnati AC (hon.). Curator of the 
Depart, of Statuarv, Metropolitan Mu- 
seum of Art, New York, 1903-05. 
Awards : Medal, Columbian Exp., 
Chicago, 1893; gold medal, AC Phlla. 
1891 and 1897; silver medal, Pan-Am. 
Exp.,* Buffalo, 1901. Silver medal for 
architecture from King of Belgium. 
Work: "Dickens and Little Nell," 
Philadelphia; Equestrian statue of Gen. 
Hancock, Gettysburg, Pa.; "New Life," 
Cemetery, Lowell, Mciss.; "Greece" and 
"Rome," New York Custom House; 
"Dispatch Rider," Orange, N. J.; "Lin- 
coln Monument," Orange, N. J.; "Ad- 
miral Davis," National Naval Monu- 
ment, Vicksburg, Miss. ; "Gen. Frederick 
Steele" and ''The Flag," Vicksburg, 
Miss.; "Death of Strength," Garden of 
Old Cathedral, Edam. Holland; "Sir 
Peter Esselmont," Aberdeen (Scotland) 
Library; "Egypt Awaking," Paris, 
France; "The New Life," Pennsylvania 
Academy, Philadelphia, Pa.; "Aqua 
Viva." Metropolitan Museum, New 
York. 

ELY, Donald H., 40 West St. Joe St., 
Indianapolis, Ind. (P.) 

EM ENS, Homer F., 11 Woodland Ave., 
New Rochelle, N. Y. (P.) 

EMERSON, Alfred, Art Institute, Chi- 
cago, 111. (Etcher.) 

EMERSON. C. Chase, 107 Fenway 
Studios, 30 Ipswich St., Boston, Mass. 
(L. P.) 

EMERSON. W. C, 109 West 84th St.. 
New York, N. Y. 

P.. Arch. Member: Chicago SA; 
Chicago WCC. Award : Englewood 
Club prize. 

EMERTON, James H., Grundmann 
Studios, 194 Clarendon St., Boston, 
Mass. 

I. — ^Bom Salem. Mass., 1847. M e m- 
b e r : Copley S. 1894. Illustrates soo- 
logical publications. Specialty, Ame. 
spiders. 



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EUWER 



EMERY, Mrs. Nellie Augusta, 359 Moore 
Bldg.. St. Paul, Minn. (P., C, T.) 

EMMET, Ellen Q. See Mrs. Wm. B. 
Rand. 

EMMET, Jane Erin. See Mrs. Von 
Qlehn. 

EMMET, Lydia Field, 5S5 Park Ave.. 
New York, N. Y.; summer, Stockbridge, 
Mass. 

Port.P.. I.— Born New Rochelle. N. Y., 
Jan. 23, 1866. Pupil of Chase, Mow- 
bray, Cox and Reld in New York; 
Bouffuereau, Collin, Robert-Fleury and 
MacMonnies In Paris. Member: ANA 
1909. NA 1912; ASL of N. Y.; NYWCC; 
Port.P. Awards : Bronze medal, Co- 
lumbian Exp., ChicafiTO, 1893; bronze 
medal, Atlanta Exp., 1895; hon. men- 
tion, Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo. 1901; silver 
medal. St. Louis Exp., 1904; Shaw prize. 
SAA 1906; Proctor prize, NAD 1907; 
Clarke prize, NAD 1909; hon. mention. 
C.I., Pittsbursrh, 1912. Specicdty, por- 
traits . of children. 

EMMET, Roslna. See Mrs. Sherwood. 

ENQLE, Amos W., 8 East 42d St., New 
York, N. Y. (P.) 

ENQLE, H(arry Leon), Fine Arts Bids.. 
410 S. Michigan Ave.; h. 1421 Dear- 
born Ave., Chicago, 111. 
P. — Born Richmond, Ind., Feb. 24, 1870. 
Pupil of AIC. Member: Palette and 
Chisel C. Chicago. 

ENGLISH, Mabel Baoon Plimpton (Mrs. 
J. L. English), 210 Fern St., Hartford. 
Conn. 

P.— Bom Hartford, Feb. 18, 1861. Pu- 
pil of Chase and D. W. Tryon. M e m- 
b e r : Hartford AS; Hartford AC; Hart- 
ford Municipal AS. 

ENNEKINQ. J(oseph) Eliot. 17 Webster 
Square, Hyde Park, Mass.; summer. 
Mystic, Conn. 

P. — Born Hyde Park, Mass. Pupil of 
De Camp, Benson and Tarbell in Bos- 
ton. 

ENNEKINQ. John J(08eph), 194 Boylston 
St.. Boston. Mass.; h. 17 Webster 
Square, Hyde Park, Mass. 
Ldscp.P. — Bom Minster, O., Oct. 4, 1841. 
Pupil of Bonn&t and Daublgny in Paris; 
Lehr in Munich. Member: Boston 
AC; Paint and Clay C, Boston. 
Awards : Four medals (gold and 
silver), Mass. Charitable Mechanics' 
Assoc, Boston; hon. mention. Paris 
Exp., 1900; silver medal, Pan-Am.Exp., 
Buffalo, 1901. Work: "Autumn in 
New England," Worcester Museum. 

ENQUI8T, Mary B., 1111 14th St., N. E.. 
Washington, D. C. (P.) 

ENRIQHT, Walter J., 254 West 23d St., 
New York, N. Y. 



L—Bom Chicago, 111., July 8, 1875. Pu- 
pil of AIC. Member: St. 



ENTZ, Marian W., 1063 Madison Ave., 
New York N. Y. 

Min.P.— Bora New York. Pupil of H. 
Slddons Mowbray, Lucia F. Fuller and 
Theodora Thayer. 

ERICK80N, Arthur Lawrenca, Highland 
Park, 111. (Engraver.) 

ERICK80N, C. O., 4523 Blalsdell Ave.. 
Minneapolis, Minn. (P.) 

ERIC80N, David, Duluth, Minn.; and 
Etaples, Pas-de-Calais, France. 
P., L—Born Duluth, Minn., April 15, 
1870. Pupil of Whistler, Chase and 
Mowbray. Member: Paris AAA; 
ASL of N. Y. Charter member, Min- 
nesota Art Commission. Awards : 
Hon. mention. G.I.Pittsburgh, 1903; 
silver medal. St. Louis Exp.. 1904. 

ERTZ, Edward (Frederick), Slapton. 
South Devon. England. 
P., I.. Etcher, T. — Bom Niles, Cook CJo., 
111., March 1, 1862. Pupil of Lefebvre, 
Constant and Delance in Paris. M e m- 
ber: Royal Soc. of British Artists; 
Soc. of Arts, London; United Arts 
Club, London; Soci4t6 Internationale 
d'Aquarellistes, Paris; Socl4t6 des Cin- 
quante; Union Inter, des Beaux- Arts; 
(ilhlcago ?E. Awards: Diploma of 
honor. International Exp., St. Etienne; 
gold medal, Exp. d' Anglers; grand prix. 
International Exp., Rouen, France; 
medal. Soc. des Amis des Arts de la 
Somme, 1899; medal, Ville d'Elboeuf, 
France; two awards, Bristol (Eng.) 
Arts and Crafts; medal, AAS Phila- 
delphia, 1902. Work: "The Gardener," 
Alexander Palace Museum, London. 

ESCHENBACH, Paul, 2216 Park Ave.. 
Cincinnati, O. 

P., I.— Born New York, Jan. 3, 1867. 
Pupil of ASL of N. Y.; Frank Du- 
veneck in Cincinnati. Member: 
Cincinnati AC; Assoc.SWA. Award: 
First prize. Cincinnati AC 1903. 

E8SIQ, Qeorge E(merlok), 103 N. Mont- 
pelier Ave., Atlantic City, N. J. 
P., I., T.— -Bom Philadelphia. Pa., Sept. 
2, 1838. Pupil of PAFA under Edward 
Moran; James Hamilton. Specialty, 
marines. 

E8TE, Florence, 28 Avenue de I'Obser- 
vatoire, Paris, France. 
Ldscp.P., Engr. — Born Cincinnati, O. 
Pupil of PAFA; Alexander Nozal in 
Paris. Member: Phila.WCC (hon.); 
Soc. Nat. des Beaux-Arts (Assoc). 
Work: "Pasture Land" and "Brittany 
Pines," Pennsylvania Academy, Phila- 
delphia; "Landscape," purchased by 
French Government. 

ETZ, Pearl Potter, 1515 Rhode Island 
Ave., Washington, D. C. (P.) 

EUWER, Anthony Henderson, Bellevue. 
Pa. 

I. — ^Born Allegheny. Pa., Feb. 11, 1877. 
Pupil of ASL of N. Y. Author and il- 
lustrator of "Rickety Ruins," etc. 



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EVANS, Edwin, Univ. of Utah; h. 1261 
Emerson Ave., Salt Lake City, Utah. 
P.. T.— Bom Lehl, Utah, Feb. 2, 1860. 
Pupil of Laurens. Lefebvre and Benja- 
min-Constant in Paris. Member: 
S.Utah A. (pres. 1905); Utah Art In- 
stitute (pres. 1907). Director of Art, 
University of Utah. 

EVANS, Fannie. 217 Richmond St., Balti- 
more, Md. (P.) 

EVANS, «lessl« Benton, care of Lefebvre- 
Foinet, 19 Rue Vavln, Paris, France. 
P. — Bom in Ohio. Pupil of AIC. 

EVANS, John Wdlllam). 810 St. Johns 
PI., Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. 
Wood Kngr. — Born Brooklyn, March 27, 
1855. Pupil of P. R. B. Pierson. 
Awards : Bronze medal. Pan -Am. 
Exp.. Buffalo, 1901; bronze medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904. 

EVANS, Rudolph, 11 Impasse Ronsin, 
Paris, France. 

S. — Bom Washin^on, D. C. Pupil of 
FalKui^re and Puech. Member: 
Paris AAA. 

EVANS, Rufus W., 124 Lawton Ave., 
Macon, Ga. (P.) 

EVANS, S. J., 5705 Drexel Ave., Chicago, 
111, (P.) 

EVERETT, Herbert Edward. 1632 Lati- 
mer St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
S., T. — Bom Worcester, Mass. Pupil of 
Boston Museum School; Julian Academy 
in Paris. Member: Phlla.WCC, 

EVERETT, Walter H., care of Harper & 
Brothers, New York, N. Y.; h. 268 East 
Main St., Haddonfleld, N. J. (P., I.) 

EVERS, Ivar Ells, CoytesviUe. N. J. 
P., Arch. — Born in Sweden, Oct. 28, 
1866. Pupil of Napoleon Caesar in 
Sweden; De Camp in Boston; Twacht- 
man in New York. 

EYRE, Louisa, 1003 St>ruce St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

S. — Born Newport, R. I., Jan. 16, 1872. 
Pupil of AuflTustus Saint Gaudens. 
Member: NSC; Boston SAC. 
Work: Tablet to Gen. George Sykes 
for Memorial Hall, West Point, N. Y. 

EZEKIEL, Moses, 18 Piazza delle Terme, 
Rome, Italy; and 250 Forest Ave., Avon- 
dale, Cincinnati, O. 

S.— Born Richmond, Va., Oct. 28, 1844. 
Pupil of Royal Academv of Art in Ber- 
lin and of Albert Wolf. Member: 
NSS. Awards : Prize of Rome at 
Berlin, 1873; gold medal. Royal Art 
Assoc, Palermo; Raphael medal, Ur- 
blno; silver medal, St. Louis Exp.. 1904. 
Knighted by the King of Italy; knighted 
by Emperor of Germany with Cross of 
Merit In Art; Order of Merit in Art 
from Duke of Saxe-Meiningen. Work: 
"Religious Liberty," Falrmount Park, 
Philadelphia; JefTerson Monument, 
Louisville, Ky.; Lord Sherbrooke, St. 
Margaret, Westminster, London; "Vir- 



ginia Mourning Her Dead," Lexington, 
Va. 

FABER. Ludwig E., 320 South Broad St.; 
h. 421d Regent Square, Philadelphia. Pa. 
P., Etcher.— Bom Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 
21, 1866. Pupil of PAFA; Constant, Le* 
febvre, Robert-Fleury in Paris; Munich 
Academy. Member: Phila. Sketch 
C. (pres.); Phila.Soc.of Etchers; Paris 
AAA; Pa.S.Min.P. 

FAQIN, Charles F., Macon, Ga. (P.) 

FAHNESTOCK, Wallace Weir, 308 West 
15th St.. New York, N. Y. (Mural P.) 

FAIQ, Mrs. Frances Wiley, The Delmoor» 
Clifton. Cincinnati, O. (P.) 

FAIRBANKS, Avard, 2231 Broadway, 

New York, N. Y. (S.) 

FAIRBANKS, Frank P., 7 Stanmore 
Place, Roxbury. Mass. 
P. — Bom Boston, 1875. Pupil of Tar- 
bell and De Camp in Boston. 
Awards : Sears prize and Page 
traveling scholarship from the Boston 
Museum of Fine Arts; Academy at 
Rome scholarship, 1909-1912. 

FAIRBANKS, J. B., 1228 Bryan Ave.. 
Salt Lake City, Utah; and 2231 Broad- 
way, New York, N. Y. 
P., T. — Born Payson, Utah, Dec. 27, 
1855. Pupil of Constant, Lefebvre and 
Laurens in Paris. Member: Paris 
AAA; S. Utah A. Award: First 
prize. Utah State Fair 1899. 

FAIRCHILD, Lucia. See Mrs. Henry B. 
Fuller. 

FAIRCHILD, Mary. See Mrs. Will H. 
Low. 

FAIRCHILD, May (Mrs. Charles N. Fair- 
child), 181 Prospect St., East Orange, 
N. J. (Mln.P.) 

FALLS, Charles Buckles, 254 West 23d 
St., New York, N. Y. 
I. — Born Fort Wayne, Ind., Dec. 10, 
1874. Member: SI. 

FALLS, D(e) W(ltt) C(linton), 16 East 
60th St.; h. 449 Park Ave., New York, 
N. Y. 

P., I. — Born New York, Sept. 29, 1864. 
Pupil of Walter Satterlee. Specialty, 
comic subjects. 

FAN CHER, Louis, care of Carleton 
Studios, Flatlron Bldg., New York. 
N. Y. 

I. — ^Born Minneapolis, Minn., Dec. 26. 
1884. Pupil of Mowbray, Henri, W. A. 
Clark and Cox. 

FAR IS, Ben Howard. The Primrose Bldg., 
434 Race St., Cincinnati, O. 
P., I. — Born St. Clairsvllle, O., July 21, 
.1862. Pupil of Cincinnati Art Academy. 
Member: Cincinnati AC. For twen- 
ty years Illustrator for "Cincinnati En- 
quirer," "Times-Star," "Post"; also 
magazine work. 



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FARLEY, Richard Blouom, 1305 Arch 
St., Philadelphia, Pa.; h. 515 East 
State St., Trenton, N. J. 
Port.P.— Bom Poultney, Vt., Oct. 24, 
1875. Pupil of Whistler, Chase and Ce- 
cilia Beaux. Member: Phila. Sketch 
C; Fellowship PAFA. 

FARNDON, Walter, Room No. 17. 232 
West 14th St., New York, N. Y.; h. 99 
Whitestone Ave., Flushing, N. Y.; sum- 
mer, Coytesville, N. J. 
P. — Bom in England, March 13, 1876. 
Pupil of NAD under Edgar M. Ward. 

FARNHAM, Sally James (Mrs. Paulding 
Faraham), 67 West 67th St., New York. 
N. Y. 
S. — ^Bom Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

FARN8WORTH, Ethel N., 1418 Mt. Curve 
Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. (P.) 

FARNY, Henry F., 118 East Fourth St.; 
h. 424 Straight St., Cincinnati, O. 
P. — Born Rlbeauvllle. Alsace, 1847; 
taken to Cincinnati in 1853. Studied in 
Munich. Member: Cincinnati AC. 
Awards : Bronze medal, Paris Exp., 
1889; bronze medal. Charleston Exp., 
1902; bronze medal. St. Louis Exp., 
1904. Specialty. Indians. Work : 
"The Silent Guest" and "Renegade 
Apaches." Cincinnati Museum. 

FARRELL, Catherine Levin (Mrs. Theo. 

P. Farrell), 4819 Warrington Ave., 

Philadelphia. Pa.; summer, ESast 
Gloucester. Mass. 

P., Etcher. — Born Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pupil of PAFA. Member: Plastic 

C; Fellowship PAFA. • 

FA88ETT, Truman E., 20 St. Botolph St., 
Boston; h. 37 University Road, Brook- 
line; summer. Grape Vine Cove, 
Gloucester, Mass. 

P., I.— Born Elmira, N. Y., May 9. 1886. 
Pupil of Boston Museum School. 

FAULEY, Albert C, Y. M. C. A. Bldg., 
Columbus, O. 

P.. T. — Born Fultonham, O.. May 20. 
1858. Pupil of Boulanger, Constant and 
Blanc in Paris. Member: SWA. In- 
structor, Columbus Art School. 

FAULKNER, Barry, 11 Macdougal Alley. 
New York. N. Y.; summer, 61 Summer 
St., Keene. N. H. 

Mural P.— Born Keene, July 12, 1881. 
Pupil of Abbott H. Thayer and George 
de F. Brush. Member: Mural P. ; 
N.Y.Arch.Lg. Award: American 
Academy in Rome scholarship. 1908- 
1911. Work: Mural decorations in the 
house of Mrs. E. H. Harriman. Arden, 
N. Y. 

FAULKNER, Eunice F., 50 East 9th St., 
New York. N. Y. (P.) 

FAULKNER, Herbert W., Washington. 
Conn. 

P.. I., Engr.. W. T^. — Born Stamford. 

Conn.. Oct. 8, 1860. Pupil of ASL of 
N. Y. under Beckwith and Mowbray; 



Collin m Paris; Salma.C. 1897; Syndlcat 
de la Presse Artistique. Award: 
Hon. mention, Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo, 
1901. Work: "GondoUer's Kitchen,'* 
Dallas (Tex.) Art Association; "Palace 
on Grand Canal," St. Louis Museum; 
"Une F6te qui flnit mal," Minneapolis 
Museum; "San Georgio, Venice, at Sun- 
set," Herron Art Institute, Indianapolis. 

FAVOUR, Frank, 2548 Vincent Ave., 
Minneapolis, Minn. (P.) 

FAXON, Charles Edward, Jamaica Plain, 
Mass. 

I. — ^Born Roxbury, Mass., Jan. 21, 1846. 
Specialty, illustration of botanical works. 
Asst. director Arnold Arbor lum since 
1882. 

FAXON, William Bailey, 152 West 57th 
St.. New York, N. Y. 
P.— Bom Hartford, Conn., 1849. Pupil 
of Jacquesson de la Chevreuse. M e m- 
ber: SAA 1892; ANA 1906; FAS; A. 
Aid S; Century Assoc. 

FAY, Nellie, 800 O St., Sacramento, Cat 
P.— Born Eureka, Cal., Feb. 11, 1870. 
Pupil of Arthur F. Mathews and Emil 
Carlsen. Member : San Francisco 
Sketch C; Kingsley Art C; Sacra- 
mento. 

FEITU, Pierre, 51 West 10th St., New 
York. N. Y. (S.) 

FELDMAN, B. M., 908 Filbert St., Phila- 
delphia. Pa. (P.) 

FELLOWS, A. P., 4006 Chestnut St., 
Philadelphia. Pa. 

P., Etcher. — Pupil of School of Indus- 
trial Art and of Drexel Inst., Phila- 
delphia. Member: Phila.Soc.of 
Etchers; Phlla.Sketch C. 

FELLOWS, Cornelia Faber (Mrs. A. P. 
Fellows). 4006 Chestnut St., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Port.P.— Bom Philadelphia. Pupil of 
PAFA and Drexel Inst. Member: 
Fellowship PAFA. 

FELLOWS, Lawrence, 804 North 8th St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. (P.) 

FELLOWS, William K., 4350 Lake Ave., 
Chicago. 111. (P.) 

FENDERSON, Anne M. (Mrs. Mark 
Fenderson). 4 West 18th St., New York, 
N. Y. (Min.P.) 

FENDERSON. Mark, 4 West 18th St., 
New York, N. Y. (I.) 

FENN, W. J., Upper Montclair, N. J. (I.) 

FENTON, Beatrice, 1319 Spruce St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. (S.) 

FERQ, Frank X., 2047 South b8th St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. (P.,T.^ 

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FERGU80N, Charles A., 1304 Tale Place. 
Minneapolis. Minn. (P.) 

FERGUSON, Eleanor M., 123 Vernon St., 
Hartford. Conn. 

S.— Born Hartford. June 30. 1876. Pu- 
pil of C. N. Flags in Hartford; D. C. 
French, G. G. Barnard and ASL of 
N. Y. 

FERGU80N, Nancy M., 1413 Spruce St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. (P.) 

FERN IE, Margaret. See Mrs. Elaton. 

FERNOW, Bernlce P. Andrews (Mrs. B. 
E. Femow, Jr.). 380 Terrace Ave.. Mil- 

Min.P.— Bom' Jersey City. N. J., Dec 
17. 1881. Pupil of ASL of N. Y.. Olaf 
M. Brauner and Theodora Thayer. 

FERRELL, Mary Russell, 121 West John- 
son St.. German town. Philadelphia, Pa. 
(P.) 

FERRIS, Jean Leon Qerome, 1520 Chest- 
nut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
P., Etcher.— Born Philadelphia. Aug, 8. 
1863. Pupil of his father, S. J. Ferris, 
in Philadelphia; Bouguereau in Paris. 
Member: Phlla.Soc.of Etchers 1881; 
AC Phila. 1890. Award: Silver medal. 
AAS 1902. 

FERRIS, Mary L., 917 Fine Arts Bldg., 
Chicago. 111. (P.) 

FERRIS, Stephen J., 1520 Chestnut St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

P., T.— Born Plattsburg. N. Y., Dec. 25, 
1835. Pupil of PAFA under Schfissele; 
S. B. Waugh in Bordentown, N. J. 
Member: AC Phila. ; Phila. Socof 
Etchers; Phila. A.Fund S; Phila.Munici- 
pal Lg. Professor School of Design 
twenty-six years. 

FEU DEL, Arthur, care of J. Bohne, 36 
West 28th St., New York. N. Y.; and 
Kerk Str., Katwyk-a-R., Holland. 
P., I. — Born Harthau.. near Chemnitz. 
Saxony, March 27, 1857. Pupil of Flln- 
zer, Benczur and Loefftz at Royal 
Academies in Dresden and Munich. 
Work: "A Cool Morning," Philadel- 
phia Art Club. 

FIELD. E(dward) Loyal, care of Salma- 
gundi Club, 14 West 12th St.. New York, 
N. Y.; Arkville, N. Y., from May to 
November. 

P.— Bom Oalesburg, 111., Jan. 4, 1856. 
Pupil of Carolus-Duran and Julian 
Academy In Paris. Member: Salma. 
C. 1899; A.Fund S. Awards: Inness 
prize. Salma.C. 1904; Shaw prize. 
Salma. C. 1905. 

FIELD, Hamilton Easter, 106 Columbia 
HeighU, Brooklyn, New York, N. Y.; 
summer. Thumscoe, Ogunquit, Me. 
P., I.— -Born Brooklyn, N. Y., April 21, 
1873. Pupil of Collin, Courtois, Fantin- 
Latour and Luclen Simon in Paris. 

FIELD, Mrs. Louis Biodgett, 22 St. James 
Ave., Boston, Mass. 



P. — ^Born Boston. Pupil of Ross Tur- 
ner and Tomasso Juglaris in Boston. 
Member: Boston WCC; Copley S. 
1896. 

FIELD, Mary, 1345 Pacific SL, Brooklyn. 
New York, N. Y.; summer, BeUport, 
L. I.. N. Y. 

P.— Bom Philadelphia, Pa. Pupil of 
Charles Lasar, Callot and Delecluse In 
Paris. 

FILEMYR, Joseph J., 1505 N. MarshaU 
St.. Philadelphia, Pa. (P.) 

FINK, Den man, Haworth, N. J. 
I. — M ember: SI. 

FINKELNBURQ, Augusta, Klmmswick, 
Mo. (P.) 

FINKLE, Mellk. 4121 Huston Ave., Nor- 
wood. O. (S.) 

FIN LEY, Elizabeth R., 106 West 55th St.. 
New York. N. Y. 
P. — ^M ember: N.Y. Woman's AC. 

FINN, James Wall, 134 East 22d St.; h. 
5 East 84th St., New York. N. Y. 
(Paris 1912-13.) 

Mural P. — Hon. mention. Paris Salon, 
1896; bronze medaJ, Pan-Am.E«zp., Buf- 
falo. 1901. 

FISCHER, Marie Sigsbee Ker (Mrs. Anton 
O. Fischer), Bushnellville. Greene Co., 
N. Y.; and 15 West 29th St., New York, 
N. Y. 
I., P. — ^M ember: SI (Assoc). 

FIBHER, Anna 8., 939 Eighth Ave., New 

York, N. Y. 

P.— M ember: NYWCC. 

FISHER, Harrison, 44 West 77th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

I. — Born Brooklyn, N. Y., July 27, 1875. 
Studied in San Francisco. Member: 
SI. Illustrated "The Market Place." 
by Harold Frederic; "Three Men on 
Wheels." by Jerome K. Jerome; for 
"Life." etc. 

FISHER, J. W., 6 Rue de Chevreuse, 
Paris, France. (P.) 

FISHER, (William) Mark, 51a Barners 
St., London. W.; h. Hatfield Heath, Es- 
sex. England. 

P.— Born Boston, 1841. Studied at 
Lowell Inst., Boston; Gleyre in Paris. 
Member: Assoc. Royal Academy, 
1911; New English AC; Essex AC 
(pres.). Awards: Bronze medal, 
Paris Exp.. 1889; medal, Chicago Exp., 
1893; hon. mention. Pan-Am.Exp., Buf- 
falo. 1901; gold medal. St. Louis Exp., 
1904. Work: "Land and Sea," De- 
troit Museum. 

FISHER, William Edgar, 52 East 19th 
St.; h. 611 West 136th St., New York, 
N. Y. 

Engr., I. — Born Wellsvllle, N. Y., Oct. 
24, 1872. Pupil of AIC: Cornell Univ. 
Specialty, book-plate designs. 



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FITZGERALD, Harrington, 



St.. Phlladelpl 
NorrlBtown, Pb.. 
Ldacp.F.— Born Ftillaaeipnu, Apr. G, 
1847. Pupil ot Isabey and Fortuny In 
Paris; Oegrge Nicholson la Phlladel- 
ntila. Member: Falrmount Park AA; 
•hila.^etch C: Pen and Pencil C„ 



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FLEURV, Albert, SI East Van Bur 
ti. 33GS Vernon Ave,, Chicago, III 
Mural F., T.— Born HavrerPranc 
2. 1S48. Pupil of Lehman. Reno 
Ecole des Beaux-Arta In Parla. 
d' Inst ruction Publlque, Prance. 



FOGARTV, Thomas, 



lord. Conn. 
Porl.P., T.. W, 
Dec. 2i, 1848. 
la Chevreuae 
ANA 1909: 
Conn. Acnder 



I West 7l8t SI., 



1-.C* York. .-.. ». 
I.— Born New York, 1S7S. Pupil of ASL 
of N. Y. Member: SI: Salma.C. 
"""' Illustrated "The Making of an 
■ by Rlls; "On Fortunes 
Will Payne: etc. 



I West 5<th St., 



"Drayton HUlyer," HlUyer A 
Northampton, Mass.: "Rev 
Goodwin,^' Wad a worth A 
Hartford, Conn. 
FLAOQ, H. Peabody, 26 Eas 



S'3 



23d St., 

,. ISSB. Pupil 
Member: 

. .- __ 1 AC; Salma. 

C. 190*. 
FLAQG, J(ame«) Montgomery, 33 West 
87th St., New York, K. Y. 
I., P. — Born Pelham Manor. N. Y., June 
IS, 1877. FupU of ASL of N. Y.; Her- 
komer In Encland; Victor Marec In 
Pads. Member; SI; Lotoa C. Il- 
lustration a for "Judge," "Life" and 

FLAQG, Montague, 222 West 59th St., 
New York. N. Y. 

P., T.— Born Hartford, Conn.. 1842. Pu- 
pil of JacquesBon de la Chevreuse In 
ParlB. Member: SAA 1SS3; ANA 
190S. NA 1910, A w a r d a : Silver 
medal, St. Loula Bnp., 1904; Proctor 



FOOTE, Mary 



F., T.— Born 



3 Waahlngt 






_ .' in Paris under Lau- 

rens and Constant. Member: ANA 
1910; ParlH AAA. Awarda: Hon. 
mention, Pan-Am.Bip., Buffalo, 1901 ; 
third Hallsarten prize, NAD 1902; 
bronxe medal. St. Loula Exp.. 1!>04. 



FORCE, CI 



Erie 



IBl Eaat Sixth St.. 



'pa. (Mln.'t.) 

laon, 1134 Cathedral S 



Baltd _-. 

P.— Pupil ot L«once Rablllon In Pi 
Hugh^_ Newell ^m New York; ^. J 

VcC ;"Plaitic" Ci 



'. Y.; h. Grant- 



FORINQER, A 
G5th St., Nei 
wood. N. J. 
Hural P. — Born Kaylor, ArmaCrons Co., 
Pa., Feb. 1, 1S7S. Fupll of H, S. Steven- 
son in PlltsburKh; Bliishfleld and Mow- 



Prairle AV«., 



FORSYTH 



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FRANKLIN 



FOR8YTH, William, Irvlngton, Ind. 
P., T.— Born Hamilton Co., O. Pupil 
of Royal Academy in Munich under 
Loefftz, Benczur, Gysis and Lietzen- 
meyer. Member: SWA (v-pres.); 
Art Assoc, of Indianapolis. Instructor 
Herron Art Institute. Awards: 
Medal, Munich, 1885; silver medal for 
water color and bronze medal for oil, 
St. Louis Exp., 1904. Work: "Autumn 
at Vernon, •• ''The Constitutional Elm— 
Corydon" and "Close of a Summer 
Day," Art Association. Indianapolis; 
"Autumn Roadside," Public Gallery, 
Richmond, Ind. 

FOSBERYr Ernest (George), 62 North 
Norwood Ave., Buffalo. N. Y. 
P., I., T. — Born Ottawa, Canada. Dec. 
29, 1874. Pupil of Franklin Brownell 
in Ottawa: Cormon in Paris. 

FOSDICK, Gertrude C. (Mrs. J. W. Fos- 
dick), 33 West 67th St.. New York, 
N. Y.; summer. Sugar Hill, N. H. 
P.— Born in Virginia, Apr. 19, 1862. 
Pupil of Julian Academy in Paris under 
Bouguereau and Lefebvre. Member: 
Pen and Brush C. 

F08DICK, J(ames) William, 33 West 
67th St., New York, N. Y.; summer, 
Sugar Hill, N. H. 

Mural P., C, W. — Born Charlestown. 
Mass.. Feb. 13. 1858. Pupil of Boston 
Museum School; Julian Academy in 
Paris under Boulanger, Lefebvre and 
Collin. Member: N.Y.Arch.Lg. 

1890; Mural P; Copley S. 1904; NSC; 
NAC; Lotos C. Specialty, mural deco- 
rations, both in paint and in fire etch- 
ing. Work: "Adoration of St. Joan 
of Arc," National Gallery, Washington; 
"Decorative Portrait Louis XIV," Penn- 
sylvania Academy, Philadelphia. 

F08MIRE, Cyrus, 801 South Fourth St.; 
h. 3131 Calhoun Blvd., Minneapolis, 
Minn. (L) 

F08S, Harriet C(ampbell), Darien, Conn. 
P.. T.. L.— Born MIddletown, Conn. Pu- 
pil of J. Alden Weir In New York; 
Alfred Stevens and Courtois in Paris. 

FOSTER, Alice Riddle, The Wyoming, 
Washington, D. C. 

P.— M ember: S. Wash. A.; Wash. 
WCC. 

FOSTER, Ben, 253 West 42d St.. New 
York. N. Y. 

Ldscp.P., W. — Born North Anson, Me., 
July 31, 1852. Pupil of Abbott H. Thayer 
In New York; Morot and Merson in Paris. 
Member: SAA 1887; ANA 1901. NA 
1904; NYWCC; AWCS; Century Assoc; 
Nat.Inst.A.L.; Lotos C; NAC (life); 
Awards: Medal, Columbian Exp., 
Chicago, 1893; second prize, Cleveland. 
1895; bronze medal. Paris Exp., 1900; 
silver medal, C.I.Pittsburgh. 1900; silver 
medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo. 1901; 
Webb prize, KAA 1901; silver medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904: Carnegie price. NAD 
1906; Inness gold medal. NAD 1909. 
Work: "Sunset in the Litchfield 



Hills," Corcoran Gallery, Washington; 
"Early Moonlight," Toledo Museum; 
"Lulled by the Murmer of a Brook," 
Luxembourg Museum, Paris, France; 
"Birch-Clad Hills," National Gallery, 
Washington; "A Hill— Early Twilight." 
Pennsylvania Academy, Philadelphia; 
"Misty Moonlight Night." Brooklyn In- 
stitute Museum; ^'Late Afternoon. 
Litchfield Hills," Public Gallery. Rich- 
mond, Ind. 

FOSTER, Charles, Farmlngton. Conn. 
P. — Born North Anson, Me^ July 4. 
1850. Pupil of Cabanel. Eoole des 
Beaux-Arts and Jaoquesson de la Chev- 
reuse in Paris. 

FOSTER, Will, 600 Madison Ave., New 
York, N. Y. 
I. — ^M ember: SI. 

FOURNIER, Alexis J(ean), 150 Walnut 
St., East Aurora, N. Y. 
P., I., L. — Born St. Paul, Minn.. July 4. 
1866. Pupil of Laurens. Constant. 
Harpignies and Julian Academy in 
Paris. Member: SWA; Minneapolis 
A.Lg.; Paris AAA. Art director, Roy- 
croft Shops. Awards : Gk>ld and 
silver medals, Minnesota Industrial 
Soc. ; second Hengerer prize, Buffalo. 
1911. Work: "Clearing After a 
Storm," Vanderbilt University, Nash- 
ville, Tenn.; "The Haunts and Homes 
of the Barbizon Masters," twenty il- 
lustrations. Represented in Minne- 
apolis Club, St. Paul Library. Detroit 
Art Museum, Pa.Historical Soc, Con- 
gressional Library Print Dept. 

FOWKES, Phyllis W., 119 East Mount 
Carmel Ave., Glenside, Pa. (P.) 

FOWLER, Eva, Kyd Kee College. Sher- 
man, Tex. (P.) 

FOX, Selden, "The Two Lights," Cape 
Elizabeth, Me. (P.) 

FRANCE, Eurllda Loomis (Mrs. Jesse L. 
France), 261 West 24th St., New York, 
N. Y.; and 78 Pearl St.. New Haven. 
Conn.; summer, Higgins Beach, Me. 
P., T.— Born Pittsburgh, Pa. Pvipil of 
Alme Morot, Lefebvre and Constant in 
Paris. 

FRANCE, JCesse) L(each), 261 West 24th 
St.. New York, N. Y.; and 78 Pearl St., 
New Haven, Conn.; summer, Higgins 
Beach l^e 

P., I., T.— Born Cincinnati, C, Oct. 8, 
1862. Pupil of Carolus-Duran, Lefebvre 
and Constant In Paris; H. W. Mesdag 
in Holland. Member: Buffalo Soc. 
of Artists. 

FRANCIS, VIda Hunt, 1420 Bellevue- 
Stratford, Philadelphia, Pa. 
I. — Born in Philadelphia. Illustrated 
"Bible of Amiens," "Cathedrals and 
Cloisters of France." 

FRANKLIN, Kate Mann, 38 Sanford 
Ave.. Flushing, N. Y. (P.) 



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FRANKS, Elizabeth M., 18 First Place. 
Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. 
P. — Born Brooklyn. Pupil of Chase, 
Shirlaw, Robinson and Eakins. M e m- 
b e r : Brooklsm AC. 

FRANZEN. August, 222 West 59th St., 
New York, N. x.; summer. Bar Harbor, 
Me. 

P. — Bom NorrkOpinff. Sweden. 1863. 
Pupil of Dagnan-Bouveret in Paris. 
Member: SAA 1894; ANA 1906; Lotos 
C. Awards: Medal. Columbian Exp., 
Chicago, 1893; bronze medal, Paris Exp., 
1900; hon. mention, Pan-Am.Exp., Buf- 
falo. 1901; KOld medal. AAS 1902. 
Work: "Yellow Jessamine," Brooklyn 
Institute Museum. 

FRASER, James Earle, 3 Macdougal 
Alley. New York, N. Y. 
S. — ^Born Winona, Minn., Nov. 4. 1876. 
Pupil of Falffuidre in Paris. M e m- 
b e r : NSS; ANA 1912. Awards: 
First prize, Paris AAA 1898; medal. 
Edison competition. 1906. Represented 
by medals in Metropolitan Museum, 
New York; Ghent Museum and Rome; 
bust Ex>Pres. Roosevelt. Senate Cham- 
ber, Capitol. Washington. Instructor, 
ASL of N. Y. 1906-1911. 

FRASER, Malcolm, care of Salmagundi 
Club, 14 West 12th St., New York, 
N. Y. 

I. — Born Montreal. Canada, Apr. 19. 
1868. Pupil of ASL of N. Y., under 
Wyatt Eaton; Julian Academy in Paris 
under Boulanger and Lefebvre. Mem- 
ber: Salma.C. 1897. Illustrated 
"Richard Carvel," "Caleb West," etc. 

FRAZEE, Hazel, 1106 Auditorium Tower. 
Chicago. 111. (L) 

FRAZIER, Kenneth, Garrisons, N. Y. 
P. — Born Paris, France, June 14, 1867. 
Pupil of Herkomer in England; Con- 
stant. Doucet and Lefebvre in Paris. 
Member: SAA 1893; ANA 1906; Cen- 
tury Assoc. Award: Bronze medal, 
Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901. 

FREDERICK, Edmund, 322 Fennimore 
St.. Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. 
I. — M ember: SI. 

FREDERICK, Frank Fforrest), 9 Bel- 
mont Circle, Trenton, N. J. 
P., C, T., W., L. — Born Methuen, Mass., 
Oct. 21. 1866. Pupil of Mass. Normal 
Art School; Royal College of Art, Stan- 
hope Forbes and NewTyn in London; 
Tom Robertson in Venice. Director, 
Trenton School of Industrial Art. 

FREEDLANDER, Arthur R., 80 West 
40th St.; h. 336 West 72d St.. New 
York, N. Y.; summer, Martha's Vine- 
yard, R. I. 

P.. T.— Bom New York. Pupil of Chase 
in New York; Cormon in Paris. M e m- 
b c r : Sialma.C. 1905. 

FREELAND, Anna C, SO Pleasant St., 
Worcester, Mass. (P.) 



FREEMAN, Edith Emogene. See Mrs. 
Sherman. 

FREEMAN, Lorena E., 254 Clifton Place, 
Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. (P.. I., C.) 

FRENCH, Alice Helm (Mrs. William M. 
R. French), 9203 Pleasant Ave., Beverly 
Hills. Chicago. 111. (P.) 

FRENCH, Daniel C(hetter), 125 West 11th 
St., New York, N. Y. ; summer. Glen- 
dale, Mass. 

S. — Born Exeter, N. H., Apr. 26, 1856. 
Pupil of Wm. Rlmmer in Boston; J. Q. 
A. Ward in New York; Thomas Ball in 
Florence. Member: ANA 1900. NA 
1901; NSS (hon. pres.); SAA 1882; N.Y. 
Arch.Lg. 1890; AIA (cor.) 1896; Acad- 
emy Slan Luca. Rome; NAC; Century 
Assoc; Nat.Inst.A.L. ; Am.Acad.A.L. 
Member Nat. Commission of Fine Arts 
since 1910. Awards: Third class 
medal. Paris Salon, 1892; medal of 
honor, Paris Exp., 1900. Work: 
"Death and the Sculptor," memorial to 
Martin Milmore, Boston; "The Minute 
Man," Concord, Mass.; "Abraham Lin- 
coln," for Lincoln. Neb.; "Continents," 
New York Custom House; "Gen. Dev- 
ens." equestrian statue. Worcester, 
Mass.; "Jurisprudence" and "Com- 
merce," Federal Building. Cleveland; 
"Quadriga." State Capitol. St. Paul. 
Minn.; 'VAlma Mater." Columbia Univ.. 
New York; Parkman Memorial, Boston. 

FRENCH, Frank P.. 70 Fifth Ave., New 
York, N. Y.; h. 641 Park Ave., East 
Orange, N. J.; summer, Manchester, 
N. H. 

Wood Engr., P., I. — Born Loudon, N. H., 
May 22, 1860. Pupil of Henry W. Her- 
rick. Member: Soc.of American 
Wood Engravers. Specialty, Illustra- 
tion of nature books. Awards : 
Bronze medal. Centennial Exp., Phila- 
delphia, 1876; medal, Columbian Exp., 
Chicago, 1893; silver medal for wood 
engravings, Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo, 
1901; gold medal for wood engraving. 
St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

FREIDLANDER, Leon, Croton, N. J. (P.) 

FRIEDMAN, Arnold, 17 East 59th St., 
New York N Y. 
P.— Born New York, Feb. 28, 1876. Pu- 

?11 of Robert Henri in New York; 
ulian Academy in Paris. 

FRIES, Charles Arthur, 28th and B Sts., 
San Diego, Cal. 

P.. I., T. — Born Hillsboro. O.. Aug. 14. 
1854. Pupil of Cincinnati Art Academy. 
Member: San Diego A.Assoc. 

FRIESEKE. Frederic Carl, care of Mac- 
beth Galleries, 450 Fifth Ave., New 
York. N. Y.; and 246 Blvd. Raspail. 
Paris. France. 

P. — Born Owosso. Mich.. Apr. 7, 1874. 
Pupil of AIC: ASL of N. Y.; Constant. 
I^urens and Whistler in Paris. Mem- 
ber: ANA 1912: Assoe.Soc.Nat.des 
Beaux -Arts. Paris; Paris AAA. 
Awards: Silver medal. St. Louis 



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Exp., 1904; gold medal, Munich, 1904; 
hon. mention, Corcoran A.G., Washlncr- 
ton, 1908; fourth W. A. Clark prize, Cor- 
coran A.Q. 1909. Work: "Before the 
Mirror," Luxembourg Museum, Paris; 
"The Toilet," Metropolitan Museum, 
New York: "The Open Window," Art 
Institute, Chlcaero. 

FRI8ENBERQ, Oldach. 3248 Southport 
Ave., Chicago, 111. (F.) 

FRISMUTH, Harriet W(hitney), 35 Park 
Ave., New York, N. Y.; summer. Lake 
Pleasant, Hamilton Co., N. Y. 
S.— Bom Philadelphia, Sept. 17, 1880. 
Pupil of Rodin and Injalbert in Paris; 
Gutzon Borglum in New York. M e m- 
b e r : Lyceum Club. 

FROEHLICH, Hugo B., 358 Fifth Ave., 
New York, N. Y.; h. 431 Spruce St., 
Richmond Hill, L. L, N. Y. 
P., I., C, T., W.— Born Cincinnati, O.. 
Feb. 26, 1862. Pupil of Arthur W. Dow, 
H. B. Snell and Charles Davis. Art 
Sditor, Prang Educational Company. 

FROMEN, Agnes V(aiborg), 6016 Ellis 
Ave., Chicago, 111. 

S. — Bom Waldernasvik, Sweden. Pupil 
of AIC and Lorado Taft. Member: 
Union Inter. des Beaux- Arts et des Let- 
tres. Award : Prize, Municipal Art 
League of Chicago 1912. Work: 
"The String," Art Institute, Chicago. 

FROMKE8, Maurice, 27 West 67th St., 
New York N. Y. 

P.— Born Russia," Feb. 19, 1872. Pupil 
of NAD under Ward and Low. M e m- 
ber: Salma.C; MacD.C. Award: 
Isldor portait prize, Salma.C. 1908. 

FROMUTH, Charles H(enry), Concar- 
neau, Finlstdre, France. 
Marine P.— Born Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 
23, 1861. Pupil of PAFA under Thomas 
Eaklns. Member: Assoc. Soc.Nat. 
des Beaux- Arts, Paris; London Pastel 
See; Soc. des Pelntres de Marine. 
Paris; Berlin Secession Soc.of Painters 
(cor.) ; Fellowship PAFA. Awards: 
Second class gold medal, International 
Exp., Munich, 1897; silver medal, Paris 
Exp., 1900; gold medal, St. Louis Exp., 
1904. 

FROST, A(rthur) B(urdett), care of Mor- 
gan, Harges & Co., 31 Blvd. Hauss- 
mann, Paris, France. 
I., P. — Born Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 17, 
1851. Member: SI; Fellowship 
PAFA. Award : Hon. mention, Paris 
Exp., 1900. Author and illustrator of 
"Golfer's Alphabet," etc. 

FRY, Qeorgia Timken (Mrs. John H. 
Fry). 222 West 59th St., New York, 
N. Y. 

P.— Born St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 3, 1864. 
Pupil of Harry Thompson, Aime Morot, 
Schenck and Cazin in Paris. Mem- 
ber: N.Y. Woman's AC; Soc.of Woman 



Artists. Work: "Return of the 
Flock," Boston Art Club. Sjpeclalty, 
landscapes with sheep. 

FRY, John Henning, 222 West 59th St., 
New York, N. Y. 

P. — ^Bom in Indiana. Pupil of Bou- 
langer and Lefebvre in Paris. M e m- 
ber: Lotos C; Paris AAA; A.Fund S; 
Salma.C. 1902. 

FRY, Marshal, 600 West 192d St, New 
York, N. Y.; summer, Southampton, 
L. I., N. Y. 

P. — Born Syracuse, N. Y., Aug. 9, 1878. 
Pupil of Chase, Dow and Snell in New 
York; Whistler and Brangwyn in Lon- 

- don. Member: NAC. 

FRY, Sherry E(dmundson), 147 Columbus 
Ave., New York, N. Y. 
S. — Born Creston, la., Sept. 29, 1879. 
Pupil of AIC under Taft; MacMonnles 
in Paris. Member: NSS; N.Y.Arch. 
Lg. Awards: Hon. mention, Paris 
Salon, 1906; medal. Salon, 1908; Am. 
Acad, at Rome scholarship 1908-11. 
Work: Statue. "Indian Chief," Oska- 
loosa, Iowa; "Au Soliel," fountain, 
Toledo Museum of Art; "The Dolphin,'* 
fountain. Mt. Kisco, N. Y.; "The Tur- 
tle," fountain, Worcester, Mass. 

FRYE, M(ary) H(amilton), 10 Acacia 
St., Cambridge. Mass. 
P.. I. — Bom Salem, Mass., April 18, 
1890. Pupil of Boston Museum School. 
Member: Boston SAC. 

FUECHSEL, Herman, 51 West 10th St., 
New York, N. Y. 

P. — Born Brunswick, Germany, 1833; 
came to this country in 1858. Pupil 
of Brander and C. F. Lessing. Mem- 
ber: A.Fund S. 

FUERTE8, Louis Agasslz, Cornell 

Heights, Ithaca, N. Y. 
I.. Mural P.— Born Ithaca. Feb. 7, 1874. 
Pupil of Abbott H. Thayer in Boston. 
Specialty, illustrations of bird life: 
Corie's "Key to North American Birds," 
etc.; made studies for habitat groups In 
Museum of Natural History, New York. 

FULDE, Edward B., 4 Rue Hervleu, 
NeuIUy-sur- Seine, France. 
P. — Born in St. Louis. Mo. Pupil of 
Joseph and Frank Bail in Paris. Mem- 
ber: Paris AAA. 

FULLER, Helen, 6016 Ellis Ave.. Chicago, 
111. (S.) 

FULLER, Henry B(rown), 78 East 55th 
St., New York, N. Y.; summer. Wind- 
sor Vt. 

P.— Born Deerfleld, Mass., Oct. 3. 1867; 
son of George Fuller. Pupil of Cowles 
Art School in Boston under Bunker; 
Cox and Mowbray at ASL of N. Y.; 
Collin in Paris. Member: SAA 1902; 
ANA 1906. Awards : Bronze medal. 
Pan -Am. Exp., Buffalo. 1901; Carnegie 
prize, NAD 1908. Work: "Illusions," 
National Gallery, Washington. 



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FULLER, Lucia Falrehlld (Mm. Henry 
B. Fuller), 78 East 55th St., New York, 
N. Y.; summer, Windsor, Vt. 
Mln.P.— Born Boston, Dec. 6, 1870. Pu- 

Eil of Dennis M. Bunker in Boston; 
[owbray and Chase in New York. 
Member: SAA 1899; ANA 1906; Am. 
S.Min.P. Awards : Bronze medal, 
Beiris Exp., 1900; silver medal. Pan- Am. 
Exp., Buffalo, 1901; gold medal, SL 
Louis EIxp., 1904. 

FULLER, Margaret, Fenway Studios, 
Boston, Mass. (P.) 

FUNK, Wlihelm (Helnrlch), 119 West 
42d St., New York, N. Y.; summer, 
care of Morgan, Harges & Co., 31 Blvd. 
Haussmann, Paris, France. 
Port.P. — ^Bom Hanover, Germany, Jan. 
14. 1866; came to United States in 1885. 
Pupil of ASL of N. Y.; studied in Eu- 
rope. Member: NAC. 

FURLONQ, Charles W(elMngton), 606 
Pierce Bldg., Boston, Mass.; n. 40 
Nonantum St., Newton, Mass. 
P., I., T. — Born Cambridge, Mass., Dec. 
13, 1874. Pupil of Mass. Normal Art 
School in Boston; Julian Academy, 
Ecole des Beaux -Arts, Laurens, Bou- 
guereau and Mucha in Paris. M e m- 
ber: Boston AC; S!alma.C.; The Gar- 
goyle. Instructor In Art, Cornell Univ. 
(1897-1904). Traveler-explorer in North 
Africa. 

FUR8MAN. Frederick F.. 4466 North 43d 
Ave., Chicago, 111. (P.) 

FURYK, Constant. 88 Madison St., Hart- 
ford, Conn. (P.) 

FU88ELL, Charles Lewis, 402 Gayley St., 
Media, Pa. 

P., T.— Born Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 26, 
1840. Pupil of PAPA under P. P. 
Rothermel. Specialty, landscapes and 
marines. 

QAENS8LEN, Otto Robert, 16 Impasse 
du Maine, Paris, France. 
P., S. — Born Chicago, June 6, 1876. Pu- 

Eil of A. Chatain, Carl Marr and J. P. 
laurens. Member: Paris AAA; 
Chicago SA. Award: Hon. mention, 
Paris Salon, 1906. 

QAGE, George W., Delaware Trust Co., 
Wilmington, Del. (I.) 

GALE, Alfred, 1716 18th St.. N. W., 
Washington, D. C. (P.) 

GALE, Charles F., 91 West 20th St., 
Columbus, O. (P.) 

GALLAGHER, 8ear8. 296 Boylston St., 
Boston. Mass.: h. West Roxbury, Mass. 
P. — Bom Boston, Apr. 30, 1869. Pupil 
of Tomasso Juglaris in Boston; Lau- 
rens and Constant in Paris. Mem- 
ber: Boston AC; Boston SWCP. 



GAMBLE, Edwin, 65 Rue du Cherche- 
Midi, Paris, France; and 1212 Benson 
Ave., Evans ton. 111. 
P.— Born Chicago, 111., Oct. 1, 1876. Pu- 
pil of Julian and Delecluse academies 
in Paris under Laurens and Delance. 
Member: Paris AAA; Palette and 
Chisel C, Chicago. 

GAMBLE, John M., Santa Barbara, CaL 
P. — A wards : Gold medal, Alaska- 
Yukon Exp., 1910. 

GAMBLE, Roy C, 83 Fort St., West De- 
troit, Mich. (P.) 

QANIERE, George Etienne, 4731 Indiana 
Ave., Chicago, 111. 
S. — A ward: ShalTer prize, AIC 1909. 

GANNETT, Mary C, 1829 Phelps Place, 
Washington, D. C. (P.) 

GARBER, Daniel, 1819 Green St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa.; and Lumberville, Bucks 
Co., Pa. 

P., T. — Born N. Manchester, Ind., Apr. 
11. 1880. Pupil of Cincinnati Art 
Academy under Nowottny; PAFA under 
Anschutz. Member: ANA 1910; Fel- 
lowship PAFA. Instructor PAFA since 
1909. Awards : Cresson scholarship 
PAFA 1903; first HaUgarten prize. NAT) 
1909; hon. mention, ACP 1909; hon. 
mention, CI Pittsburgh 1910; third Clark 
prize, Corcoran Gal. 1910; bronze medal, 
Buenos Aires Exp., 1910; Lippincott 
prize, PAFA 1911. Work: "April 
Landscape," Corcoran Gallery, Wash- 
ington; "Winter— -Richmont,'*^ Cincin- 
nati Museum: "The Hills of Bsnram" 
and ''Towering Trees," Art Institute, 
Chicago, 111. 

GARDIN, L., 66 West 9th St.. New York, 
N. Y. 
S. — Pupil of James E. Fraser. 

GARDINER, Sarah D., Sagtikos Manor, 
Bayshore, L. I. (Min.P.) 



GARDNER, Elisabeth Jeanne. 
Wm. Bouguereau. 



See Mrs. 



GARDNER-SOPER, James H(amiln), 391 
Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y.; h. Long 
Beach, N. J. 

P., I.— Bom Flint, Mich., July 17, 1877. 
Member: SI 1910. Awards: Gold 
medal, Paris Exp., 1900; bronze medal, 
St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

GARN8EY, Elmer Edisworth), Prospect 
Hill, White Plains, N. Y. 
Mural P. — Born Holmdel, Monmouth Co., 
N. J., Jan. 24, 1862. Pupil of Cooper 
Union, ASL, George Maynard and 
Francis Lathrop in New York. M e m- 
ber: Mural P; AIA (cor.) 1899; N.Y. 
Municipal AS; Century Assoc; A. Aid S. 
Awards: Bronze designer's medal, 
Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; hon. 
mention and silver medal for mural 
decorations, Paris Exp., 1900. Work: 
General color schemes — Library of Con- 



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greas, Washin^on; Public Library, 
Boston; Public Library. St. Louis; Li- 
brary of Columbia University, New 
York; Memorial Hall, Tale University, 
New Haven; State Capitol, St. Paul, 
Minn.; State Capitol, Des Moines, la.; 
State Capitol, Madison, Wis.; U. S. 
Custom House, New York. 

GARRET80N, Albert M., 139 West 55th 
St.. New York. N. Y. (P.) 

GARRETSON. Delia, 2 Rue de I'Outre, 
Bruges, Belgium. 
P.— Born in Ohio. 

GARRETT, Edmund H(enry). 110 Tre- 
mont St., Boston, Mass.; h. Colonial 
Court, Cambridge, Mass. 
P., I., Etcher, W., L. — Bom Albany, N. 
Y., Oct. 19, 1863. Pupil of Laurens, 
Boulanger, Lefebvre and Leroux in 
Paris. Member: Boston AC; Boston 
SWCP; Copley S. 1902; Paris AAA. 
Award: Silver medal, Boston, 1890. 

GARRETT, Mary H., Knoxvllle, Tenn. 
(P.) 

GARRETT. Theresa, 154 East Pearson 
St., Chicago, 111. (Engr.) 

QARVEY, JCoseph M.), Alpine, N. J. 
P.— Born New York, Sept. 28, 1877. 
Pupil of William M. Chase. 

QA8KILL, Marlon Hendricks, 2034 Dia- 
mond St., Philadelphia, Pa. (P.) 

QA8SETTE. Grace, 16 Rue Bolssonade. 
Paris France 

P., S.— Bom in Chicago, 111. Pupil of 
Mary Cassatt. 

GATES. Mary W., Scarsdale, N. Y. 
(Mln.P.) 

GAUQENGIGL, Kgnaz) M(arcel), 5 Otis 
Place, Boston, liiass. 
P. — Born Passau. Bavaria, July 29, 1855; 
came to United States in 1880. Pupil 
of Academy of Munich. Member: 
SAA 1895; ANA 1906; Copley S. (hon.). 
Awards: Medal, New Orleans Exp. ; 
medal, Mass. Charitable Mechanics' 
Assoc. 

GAUL, Arrah Lee, 1932 North 6th St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. (P.) 

GAUL, Gilbert (William), Ridgefield 
Park, N. J. 

P., I. — Born Jersey City, N. J., March 
31. 1856. Pupil of NAD, ASL and J. G. 
Brown in New York. Member : ANA 
1879, NA 1882. Awards : Gold medal, 
Prize Fund, 1886; bronze medal, Paris 
Exp., 1889; medal, Columbian Exp., 
Chicago, 1893; bronze medal. Pan- Am. 
Exp., Buffalo. 1901; gold medal. Appa- 
lachian Exp., Knoxvllle, 1910. Work : 
"Battery H in Action," Toledo Mu- 
seum: "Molly Pitcher at Monmouth" 
and "Exchange of Prisoners," Demo- 
cratic Club, New York. 



GAULEY, Robert D(avld), Van Dyck 
Studios, 939 Eighth Ave., New York, 
N. Y. 

P.. T.— Born Ballybay. County Mona- 
ghan. Ireland. March 12, 1875; came to 
United States in 1884. Pupil of D. W. 
Ross in Cambridge; Benson and Tar- 
bell in Boston; Bouguereau and Fer- 
rier in Paris. Member: Salma.C. 
1900; NYWCC; ANA 1908. Awards: 
Bronze medal, Paris Exp.. 1900; hon. 
mention. Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo. 1901; 
bronze medal, St. Louis Exp.. 1904; 

■ Isidor prize, Salma.C. 1907; Clarke 
prize. N.A.D. 1908. 

GAU8TA, H., 416 Third Ave., South, Min- 
neapolis, Minn. (P.) 

GAY, Edward, Mt. Vernon, N. Y.; sum- 
mer, Cragsmoor, Ulster Co., N. Y. 
P.— Born Dublin. Ireland, Apr. 25, 1837; 
came to United States in 1848 and 
settled in Albany. Pupil of J. M. Hart 
at Albany, N. Y.; Schirmer and Les- 
slng in Karlsruhe, Germany. Mem- 
ber: ANA 1869, NA 1907; NYWCC; 
A.Fund S; Lotos C. Awards: Prize 
of $2,000, American Art Assoc, compe- 
tition 1887; medal. Midwinter Exhibi- 
tion, San Francisco; medal, New Or- 
leans Exp., 1885; bronze medal, Pan- 
Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901; Shaw purchase, 
SAA 1903; bronze medal, St. Louis 
Exp., 1904; Inness gold medal. NAD 

1905. Work: Mural painting. Wag- 
ner Hotel. Canajoharie. N. Y.; "Taor- 
mina," Mount Vernon (N. Y.) Public 
Library; "The Acropolis, Athens," 
Frank R. Chambers Library, Crows 
Nest, Bronxville, N. Y. Paintings: 
"Washed by the Sea," Layton Mu- 
seum, Milwaukee; "Broad Acres," 
Metropolitan Museum, New York; 
"Time and Tide," Public Library, 
Mount Vernon, N. Y.; "The Fields at 
Eastch ester, N. Y.," Mount Vernon 
High School: "Waving Grain," Min- 
neapolis Fine Arts Gallery; "The Hill- 
side," National Gallery, Washington; 
"The Month of May," Chicago Art In- 
stitute. 

GAY, Walter, 11 Rue de I'Universit^. 
Paris. France; summer, Le Breau-par- 
Dammarie - les - Lys, Seine - et - Marne, 
France. 

P. — Born Hingham, Mass., Jan. 22, 1856. 
Pupil of Bonnftt in Paris. Member: 
ANA 1904; Soci6t6 Nouvelle; Assoc. Soc. 
Nat.des Beaux- Arts; Soci4t6 de la Pein- 
ture k I'Eau; Royal Society Water Colors, 
Brussels; Nat.Inst.A.L. Awards: 
Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 1885; third 
class medal, Paris Salon, 1888; gold 
medal, Vienna, 1893; gold medals, Ant- 
werp and Munich, 1894; gold medal, 
Berlin and Buda Pesth, 1895; silver 
medal. Paris Exp.. 1900; silver medal, 
Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; Chevalier 
of the Legion of Honor 1894, officer 

1906. Work: Six pictures bought by 
the French Government; "White and 
Blue" and "Las Cigarreras," Luxem- 
bourg Mufieum, Paris; "Interior of the 
Palazzo Barbaro," Boston Museum of 
Fine Arts: "Chez Helleu," Pennsyl- 



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vunla Academy, Philadelphia; "The 
Spinners" and portrait of W. II. Hun- 
tington, Metropolitan Museum, New 
York; **B416dIcit4," Museum at Amiens, 
France; represented at Buffalo, N. T.; 
Providence, R. I.; Carnegrie Institute. 
Pittsburgh, Pa.; Pinacotheque, Munich; 
"Interior of Petit Trianon," R. I. School 
of Design, Providence. 

GEER» Grace Woodbridge, 14 Copley Hall 
Studios; h. 12 Pinckney St., Boston, 
&Ias8 

Port.ip., T. — Born Boston, 1854. Pupil 
of Mass Normal Art School, F. H. 
Tompkins, Triscott, Tarbiell, Vonnoh 
and Lowell Inst. Member: Copley 
S. 1900. 

QEHRING, Meta 8., 378 West End Ave., 
New York. N. Y. (P.) 

GELERT, J(ohannet Sophus), 11 Sast 
14th St., New York, N. Y.; h. 470 Sum- 
mit Ave., South Orange, N. J. 
S. — Born Nybel, Schleswick, Denmark 
(now Prussia), Dec. 10, 1862; came to 
United States 1887; citizen 1892. Pupil 
of Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Co- 
penhagen. Member: NSS; N.Y. 
Arch.Lg. 1898; N.Y. Municipal AS. 
Awards: Scholarship from Danish 
government for study in Italy, 1882-83; 
gold medal, Nashville Exp.. 1897; gold 
medal, AC Phila. 1899; hon. mention, 
Paris Exp., 1900; hon. mention, Pan- 
Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901; gold medal, 
AAS 1902. Work: *'Haymarket" 
monument, Chicago; Gen. Grant Statue, 
Galena. 111.; Hans Christian Andersen 
and Beethoven monument, Chicago; 
**Denmark." for U. S. Custom House, 
New York; "Roman Civilization," four 
statues. Brooklyn Institute of Arts and 
Sciences; Furman statue, Vanderbilt 
University and Furman Memorial Cem- 
etery. Nashville, Tenn.; "Gothic Art" 
and "Napoleon," St. Louis Museum. 

GELHAAR, Emii, Bethlehem, Pa. (P.) 

GELON, Marie Martha J. See Mrs. 
Edgar Cameron. 

GEN DELL, Agnes, 835 North 63d St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. (S. ) 

GENDROT, Felix Albert, 110 Tremont 
St.; h. 290 Columbus Ave., Boston, 
Mass. 

P., S., T. — Born Cambridge, Mass.. Apr. 
28, 1866. Pupil of Mass. Normal Art 
School, Boston; Julian Academy in 
Paris under Laurens and Constant; 
sculpture with Puech and Verlet. 
Member: Boston AC; Paris AAA. 

QENTH, Lliiian (Matiide), 27 West 67th 
St., New York, N. Y.; summer. Falls 
Village, Conn. 

P.— Born Philadelphia. Pa.. 1876. Pupil 
of Phila. School of Design for Women 
under Elliott X>aingerfleld ; Whistler in 
Paris. Member: ANA 1908; Assoc. 
Fellowship PAFA; NAC. Awards: 
Mary Smith prize. PAFA 1904; gold 



medal, AAS 1907; Shaw memorial, NAD 
1908; bronze medal. Buenos Aires Bxp., 
1910; first Hallgarten prize, NAD 1911. 
Work: "Depths of the Woods" and 
"Adagio," National Gallery, Washing- 
ton; "Springtime," Metropolitan Mu- 
seum, New York; "The Lark," Engi- 
neers' Club, New York; "The Bird 
Song," Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh; 
"Pastoral," Brooklyn Institute of Arts 
and Sciences; "Venice" and "In Nor- 
mandy." Philadelphia Art Club, Phila- 
delphia. 

GEORGE, Vesper Lincoln, 144 Boylston 
St., Boston; h. West Gloucester, Mass. 
P., T. — Bom East Boston, Mass., June 
4, 1865. Pupil of Constant, Lefebvre 
and Doucet in Paris. Member: 
Copley S.1892. Instructor at State Nor- 
mal Art School, Boston, and Lowell 
Textile School; principal Evening School 
of Design, Boston. 

GERE, Nellie Huntington, 6424 Normal 
Ave., Chicago, III.; and Los Angeles, Cal. 
P., I., T.^Born Norwich, Conn. Pupn 
of AIC; Pratt Inst.. Brooklyn, N. Y.; 
Ipswich Summer School. Member: 
ASL of Chicago. Since 1892 has been 
a supervisor of drawing in Chicago 
elementary schools. 

GERNHARDT, Henry F., South Framing- 
ham, Mass. (P.) 

GEST, J(oseph) H(enry), Art Museum, 
Eden Park; h. 2144 Grandin Road, Cin- 
cinnati, O. 

P. — Born Cincinnati. 1859. M e m b er : 
SWA (hon.); NAC. Director Cincin- 
nati Museum. 

QETCHELL, Edith Loring, 8 Linden St.. 
Worcester, li^ass. (P.) 

GETTIER, Q. W., 1019 West Lanvale 
St., Baltimore, Md. (P.) 

GIBBS, George, 1520 Chestnut St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa.; h. Rosemont, Pa. 
I., P. — Born New Orleans, I^a., March 
8, 1870. Pupil of Corcoran School and 
ASL in Washington, D. C. Member: 
S. Wash. A: Wash.WCC; AC.Phila.; Sal- 
ma.C. 1908. Author and illustrator of 
"American Sea Fights." "Tonv's Wife." 
etc. 

GIBBS, H. Phelan, 131 East 40th St., 
New York, N. Y. (P.) 

GIBSON, Charles Dana, Carnegrie Studios; 
h. 127 East 73d St., New York, N. Y. 
I.. P. — Born Roxbury, Mass., Sept. 14, 
1867. Pupil of ASL and Augustus Saint 
Gaudens in New York; Julian Academy 
In Paris. Member: SI (pres.); Nat. 
Inst.A.L.; Port.P. Awards: Sliver 
medal for drawings. Pan -Am. Exp., 
Buffalo. 1901; silver medal, St. Louis 
Exp., 1904. Author and illustrator of 
"Sketches in London," "People of 

. Dickens." "Education of Mr. Plpp," 
etc. 



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GLOVER 



GIEBERICH, Oscar H., 695 Flushing 
Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. 
(P.) 

QIES, Joseph W., 20 East Grand Circus 
Park; h. 22 Wltherell St.. Detroit, Mich. 
P. — Bom Detroit. Pupil of Bou^ruereau 
and Robert-Fleury In Paris; Royal 
Academy in Munich. Work: "Lady 
in Pink" and "Portrait of Robert Hop- 
kin," Detroit Museum of Art. 



GIFFORD, Frances Elliot (Mrs. R. Swain 
Gifford), 187 Clark Road, Brookline, 
Mass. 

P., I. — Born New Bedford, Mass., Sept. 
3, 1844. Pupil of Cooper Union in N. Y.; 
S. Li. Gerry in Boston. Specialty, birds. 

GIHON, A(ibert) D(akfn), 59 Avenue de 
Saxe, Paris, France; summer, Montigny- 
sur-Loing, France. 

Ldscp.P., T. — Born Portsmouth, N. H., 
Feb. 16. 1866. Pupil of Eakins in Phila- 
delphia; Constant, Laurens, Motely and 
Ecole des Art Decoratlfs in Paris. 
Member : Fellowship PAFA; Paris 
AAA. Award : Second prize, Paris 
AAA Dec, 1900. 

GIHON, Clarence Montfort, 6 Rue Huy- 
ghens; h. 6 Square du Croisis, Paris, 
France. 

P.— Born Philadelphia, 1871. Pupil of 
Chase and Cox in New York; Laurens 
and Constant in Paris. Award: 
Third prize, Paris AAA. 

GILBERT, Charles Allan, 17 West 35th 
St., New York, N. Y. 
I., P. — Born Hartford, Conn., Sept. 9, 
1873. Pupil of ASL of N. Y.; Constant 
and Laurens in Paris. Member: SL 
Illustrated "Women of Fiction," "A 
Message from Mars," etc. 

GILCHRIST, Wallace W., Jr., 716 Locust 
St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
P.— M ember: AC Phila.; Fellowship 
PAFA. Award: Third Hallgarten 
prize, NAD 1908. Wo r k : "The Model's 
Rest," Cincinnati Museum. 

GILES, Howard, 9 West 14th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

P., I.— Born Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 10, 
1876. Pupil of H. Siddons Mowbray. 
Member: SI; Salma.C. 1908. 

GILMAN, Grace Canedy, Sodus, Mich. 
(P.) 

QILSTRAP, W. H., Ferry Museum; h. 
620 South I St., Tacoma, Wash. 
P., T.— Born Effingham Co.. 111., Apr. 
24, 1840. Pupil of H. A. Elkins, Ken- 
ney, Bigelow and Spread in Chicago. 
Curator, Ferry Museum. 

QINTHER, Mary Pemberton, 214 South 
45th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
P.— M ember : Fellowship PAFA. 



QIRARDIN, Frank J., Bast Main St.. 
Richmond, Ind. 

Ldscp.P.— Born Louisville, Ky., Oct. 6, 
1856. Pupil of Cincinnati Academy 
under Noble. Member: Cincinnati 
AC; Richmond AA; Richmond Group 
of Painters. Award : First prize, 
Cincinnati AC 1903. Work: "The 
Hillside" and "Winter in the Lap of 
Spring," Public QaUery, Richmond. Ind. 

GLACKENS, William J., 23 Fifth Ave.; 
h. 29 Washington Square, New York, 
N. Y. 

P.*, I.— Born Philadelphia, March 13. 
1870. Pupil of PAFA and studied in 
Europe. Member: SI; SAA 1905; 
ANA 1906; Am.PS; Fellowship PAPA. 
Awards: Gold medal for drawings at 
Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver 
medal for painting and bronze for Il- 
lustration, St. Louis Exp., 1904; hon. 
mention, C.I.Pittsburgh, 1905. 

GLAMAN, Mrs. Eugenie Fish, 2850 Lex- 
ington St., Chicago, III. 
P.— Born St. Joseph, Mo., Jan. 26, 1873. 
Pupil of AIC; Simon, Cottet and Fre- 
mlet in Paris. Member: SWA; Chi- 
cago SA; ASL of Chicago. Award: 
Bronze medal. St. Louis Exp. 1904. 
Specialty, animals and landscapes. 

GLEASON, J. Duncan, 1931 Broadway, 
New York, N. Y. (P.) 

GLEAVES, William H., 31 Conrad St., 
Trenton, N. J. (S.) 

GLEESON, CCharles) K., 7 Rue de Tour- 
non, Paris, France; and 4520a Cote 
Brilllante, St. Louis, Mo. 
Etcher. — Born St. Louis. Mo., March 
5. 1878. Pupil of Theo. Stelnlen. Mem- 
ber: Chicago Soc.of Etchers. 

GLEESON, JCoseph) M(ichael). 113 East 
17th St., New York, N. Y.; h. New- 
foundland, N. J. 

P.. S.. I. — Born Dracut, Mass., Feb. 8, 
1861. Pupil of Bouguereau. Dagnan- 
Bouveret, Robert-Fleury in Paris. Spe- 
cialty, animals. Member: Salma.C. 
1906. 

GLENNY, Alice Russell (Mrs. John 
Glenny), 1150 Amherst St., Buffalo. 
N. Y. 

P.', S.'— Born Detroit. Mich., 1858. Pupil 
of Chase in New York; Boulanger in 
Paris. Member: Buffalo SA; ASL 
of Buffalo. Award : Prize for mural 
decoration, Buffalo Historical Soc. 

GLESSNER. Agnes C. 3840 Sheridan 
Ave., S., Minneapolis, Minn. (P.) 

GLIDDEN, Carlton, 12 West 44th St.. 
New York, N. Y. (S.) 

QLINTENKAMP, Henry J., Terminal 
Bldg., Hoboken, N. J. (P.) 

QLOETZNER. Joseflne, 1228 M St., N. W.. 
Washington, D. C. (P.) 

GLOVER. Mrs. S. Albertson. 18 East 57th 
St., New York, N. Y. (P.) 



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GOTTHOLD 



GODDARD, Margaret, 206 East 9th St., 
Plalnfield, N. J. (P.) 

GODDARD, Ralph (Bartlett), 342 West 
86th St., New York, N. Y.; and Madison, 
Conn. 

S. — Born MeadviUe, Pa., June 18, 1861. 
Pupil of NAD and ASL of N. Y.; 
Dampt in Paris. Member: NSS; 
Salma.C. 1902. Work: Statuettes of 
Carlyle and of Tennyson and bronze 
portrait medallions, Metropolitan Mu« 
seum. New York; "Premifere Bpreuve," 
Detroit Museum; statue of Outenberg, 
Hoe Building, New York. 

GODDING, Mary P., "The Albermarle," 
Washingrton, E). C. (P.) 

QOE8ER, August, 31 East Fourth St.; h. 
3340 Bishop St., Cincinnati, O. 
P. — ^Born St. Louis, Mo., May 4, 1868. 
Member: Cincinnati AC. 

GOET8CH, Gustave F., School of Fine 
Arts, Washin^on University, St. Louis, 
Mo. (P.) 

GOETZ, George L., 223 East 23d St., 
Chicago, 111. (Etcher.) 

GOHL, Edward Heinrlch, Smith Bldg., 
Auburn, N. Y. 

Mural P. — Born Harrisburg, Pa., Nov. 
3, 1862. Pupil of Constant, Laurens, 
Baschet and Schommer in Paris. 
Member: Paris AAA. 

GOLDBECK, Walter Dean, 1021 Fine 
Arts Bldg.; h. 4639 Maemolla Ave., Chl- 
cagro. 111. (P., I.) 

GOLDBERG, Reuben Lucius, 307 West 
98th St., New York, N. Y. 
I. — Born San Francisco, Cal., July 4, 
1883. Cartoonist on "Evening Mail" 
since 1907. 

GOLDE, R. P., 41 West 2l8t St., New 
York, N. Y. 

S. — Born In Germany. Came to United 
States In 1884. Pupil of Schilling In 
Dresden. 

QOLDSWORTHY, Emelia M., Western 
State Normal School, Kalamazoo, Mich. 
P.~Born Platteville, Wis., June 3, 1869. 
Pupil of AIC and of Pratt Inst, under 
Dow, Forsyth, Snell, Freer. Batchelder 
and Jean Mannheim. Member: 
Fine Art Study Club of Kalamazoo; 
Indiana Painters; Kalamazoo Art Assoc, 
(sect.). 

QOLDTHWAITE, Anne, 4 Rue de Chev- 
reuse, Paris, France. (P., Engr.) 

GOLTZ, Waiter, Woodstock, N. Y. (P.) 

GOLZ, Julius, Jr., 282 Dyckman St., 
New York, N. Y.; h. 606 Elm St., Cam- 
den, N. J. 

P. — Born Camden, 1878. Puptl of 
Thomas Anschutz and Robert Henri. 



GONZALES, Beyer, 3327 Avenue O, (Gal- 
veston, Tex.; summer, Pasadena, CaL 
P. — Born Houston, Tex., Sept. 22, 1867. 
Pupil of Wm. J. Whittemore in New 
York; Walter Lansel in Boston; ASL at 
Woodstock, N. Y.; studied in Holland, 
Paris and Florence; painted with Wins- 
low Homer. 

GOODRICH, J. H., Berrien Springs, Mich. 

GOODWIN, Arthur Clifton, 35 Common 
St., Boston, Mass. 

P., I. — ^Bom Portsmouth, N. H., Sept 
12, 1866. 

GOODWIN, Frances, care of Central 
Trust Co., Indianapolis, Ind. (S.) 

GOODWIN, Helen M., 3208 Main St, New 
Castle, Ind. 

Min. P. — Born New Castle. Ind. Pupil 
of Collin and Courtois in Paris. M e m- 
b e r : Paris Woman's AAA. 



GOODWIN, Jessie 

Conn. (P.) 



GOODWIN, Lamira, 1600 
Nashville, Tenn. (P.) 



GOODWIN, Myrtle. 
D'Ascenzo. 



S., East Hartford, 

Hayes St., 
See Mrs. Nicola 



GOODWIN, Philip R., 118 West 23d St; 
h. 561 West 186th St., New York, N. Y. 
J. — M ember: SI; Salma.C. 1909. 

GOOSEY, G. Turland, 261 West 34th St, 
New York, N. Y. (P.) 

GORDON, F(rederick) CCharles), 116 
Mountain Ave., Westfleld, N. J. 
I. — Born Coburg, Ont., Canada, June 30, 
1856. Pupil ASL of N. Y.; Julian and 
Colarossi academies in Paris. 

GORDON. Jessie F., 239 South 11th St, 
Philadelphia, Pa. (P.) 



GORE, Thomas 
Covington, Ky. 



H., 57 Pleasant St., 
(P.) 



GORSON, Akron Harry, 119 Shady Ave., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. (P.) 

G08H0RN, John Thomas, 124 N. Cali- 
fornia Ave., Chicago, 111. 
P.— Born Iowa, 1870. Pupil of AIC. 

G088, Alice, 2312 Calumet Ave., Chicago, 
111. (P.) 

GOTH, Marie, 323 West 85th St, New 
York, N. Y. (P.) 

GOTTHOLD, Florence W(olf) (Mrs. 
Frederick Gotthold), 152 West 55th 
St.; h. 165 West 58th St, New York, 
N. Y.; summer, Cos Cob, Conn. 
P., C— Born Uhrichsville, O., Oct. 8, 
1858. Pupil of B. R. Fitz and H. Sid- 
dons Mowbray. Member: N.Y.Pen 
and Brush C; Barnard C. 



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GREEN 



GRABART, John R., 192 South 9th St., 
Newark. N. J. (P.) 

GRABBER, John Adams, 242 Geralda 
St., Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa. 
I.— Born Philadelphia. Feb. 14, 1871. 
Pupil of PAFA under Eakins. 

GRAEF, William, 521 Carnalt St.. Cin- 
cinnati, O. (P.) 

GRAF. C, 1301 Kenningrton St., Indian- 
apolis, Ind. (P.) 

GRAPE, C. Paul, 37 West 22d St., New 
York, N. Y. (P.) 

GRAFLY, Charles, 131 North 20th St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; summer, Laneaville, 
Gloucester, Mass. 

S.— Bom Philadelphia, Dec. 3. 1862. 
Pupil of Eakins in Philadelphia; Chapu 
and Dampt in Paris. Member: NSS; 
ANA 1902. NA 1905; N.Y.Arch.Lg. 
1902; ACPhila.; Nat.Inst.A.L.; Fellowship 
PAFA; Municipal Art Jury of Phlla. 
Awards : Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 
1891; hon. mention. Temple Trust Fund, 
PAFA 1892: medal. Columbian Exp., 
Chicagro. 1893; silver medal, Atlanta 
Exp., 1895; gold medal of honor. PAFA 
1899; gold medal. Paris Exp.. 1900; gold 
medal, Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901; 
gold medal, Charleston Exp., 1902; 
grand prize. Buenos Ayres Exp.. 1910. 
Work: "Mauvais Presage," Detroit 
Museum; "Vulture of War." St. Louis 
Museum; "Gen. Reynolds." Smjth 
Memorial, Falrmount Park, Philadel- 
phia; "England" and "France." Cus- 
tom House, New York; "In Much Wis- 
dom" and "Bust of Daedalus," Penn- 
sylvania Academy, Philadelphia. 

GRAFTON, Robert W., 131 West Second 
St., Michigan City, Ind. 
P.— Born Chicago. 1876. Pupil of AIC. 
Member: Chicago SA; Palette and 
Chisel C. 

GRAHAM, Robert A., Haworth. N. J. 
(P.) 

GRANT, Ariel, 370 West 55th St., New 
York, N. Y. (P.) 

GRANT, Gordon, 135 East 66th St.. New 
York, N. Y.; summer. Port Jefferson, 
L. I., N. Y. 

P., T. — Born San Francisco, Cal., June 
7, 1875. Pupil of Heatherly and I^m- 
beth in London. Member: AWCS; 
SI; Salma.C. 1901. 

GRANT, Jane M., 4822 Greene St., Ger- 
mantown, Philadelphia. Pa. (P.) 

GRANT, Lawrence, 26 Gramercy Park, 
New York, N. Y. (P.) 

GRANVILLE-SMITH. See Smith. W. 
Granville. 

GRASSBY, Percy, 167 Anne St., Grand 
Rapids, Mich. (P.) 



GRAVES, Abbott (Fuller), 110 Tremont 
St., Boston. Mass.; summer, Kenne- 
bunkport. Me. 

P., Arch. — Born Weymouth, Mass., Apr. 
15, 1859. Pupil of Inst, of Technology, 
Boston; Cormon, Laurens and Gervais 
in Paris. Member: Boston AC; 
Copley S. 1894; Boston SWCP; Paint 
and Clay C; Paris AAA; SalnuuC 1909. 
Awards: Medals, 1887, 1890 and two 
in 1892. Specialty, decoration. 

GRAY, Archibald R., Great Neck, L. L, 
K. Y. (P.) 

GRAY, Frederick G., care of Noonan- 
Kocian Co., 617 Locust St., St. Louis, 
Mo. 

P. — Born St. Louis. Pupil of Laurens 
In Paris. 

GRAY, Mrs. Levlna Perin, 8668 Rosedale 
Place, Cincinnati. O. (P.) 

GRAY, M(arle) Chilton, 1527 CoUege Ave., 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

P.— Bom Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 22, 
1888. Pupil of Stark and Forsyth In 
Indianapolis. Member: Indiana 
Artists' Assoc. 

GRAY, W. F., 2014 Mt. Vernon St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. (P.) 

GRAYSON, ClltTord P(revost), 14 Ave. 
Ellz^e Reclus, Paris, France. 
P.— Born Philadelphia, July 14, 1859. 
Pupil of PAFA; G^rOme and Bonnftt In 
Paris. Member : ACP; Century 
Assoc. Awards : $2,000 prize, Amer- 
ican Art Galleries, New York, 1886; 
Temple gold medal, PAFA 1887. 
Work: "Mid-Day Dreams," Corcoran 
Gallery, Washlngrton; "Rainy Day in 
Pont Aven," Art Institute, Chicago. 

GREACEN, Edmund W., 6 West 50th 

St., New York, N. Y. 
P. — Born New York, 1877. Pupil of 
Chase and Du Mond In New York; 
studied in Europe. Member: Salma. 
C. 1910; Soc.des Artistes Independants, 
Paris; Allied Arts Assoc, London. 

GREATOREX, Kathleen Honors, Moret- 
sur-LoIng, Seine et Marne, France. 
P., I. — Born Hoboken, N. J., Sept. 10, 
1851. Pupil of NAD in New York; 
Henner In Paris. Member: NAC. 
Awards: Hon. mention. Paris Salon, 
1886; hon. mention, Paris Exp., 1889; 
gold medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago. 
1893. 

GREAVES. Harry E., 6702 Leeds St., 
Overbrook, Pa. 

P., I. — Born Bryn Mawr, Pa., May 17, 
1854. Pupil of Edward Moran and 
Thomas Eakins. Member: AC 
Phlla. 

GREELEY, Russell, 3 Qual Malaquals, 
Paris, France. 

P. — Born Chelsea, Mass. Pupil of Tar- 
bell in Boston. 

GREEN, Elizabeth Shippen. See Mrs. 
Huger Elliott. 



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WILLIAM H. LIPPINCOTT, N. A. 



GREEN 



WHO'S WHO !N ART 



GROOME 



Russell, 

12th St.. 



Salmagundi 
New York, 



QREEN, Frank 
Club, 14 West 
N. Y. 

P.— Bom Chicago, Apr. 16. 1856. Pupil 
of Boulanger, Lefebvre, Collin and 
Courtois in Paris. Member: ANA 
1897; AWC8; NYWCC; Salma.C. 1887; 
Lotos C. Awards: Lotos Fund. NAD 
1896; hon. mention, Paris Salon, 1900; 
Morgan prize, Salma.C. 1903; bronze 
medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; Shaw prize, 
Sklma.C. 1908. 

GREEN, Lilian Bayliss (Mrs. Albert R. 
Green), 18 West Cedar St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Min. P. — Born Maslllon. O.. Feb. 20, 
1875. Pupil of H. Siddons Mowbray 
and Lucia Fairchlld Fuller. 



GREENE, Anne Bosworth, 
St.. Boston, Mass. (P.) 



98 Chestnut 



GREENE, Mary Shepard. 
Blumenschein. 



See Mrs. E. L. 



GREENE, Sarah Morris, 16 Impasse 
Maine. Paris. France. (P.) 



du 



GREENE, Walter L., 26 Jay St.. Schenec- 
tady, N. Y. 
I. — M ember : Boston AC. 

GREENING, Harry Cornell, 9 N. Grove 
St., E. Orange, N. J. 
L — Bom TitusviUe, Pa., May 30, 1876. 
Pupil ASL of N. Y. Comic cartoons 
for "Journal," "Herald," "Life," etc. 

GREEN LEAF, Helen, Wallingford, Conn. 
(P.) 



GREENLEAF, 
(P.) 



R. C, Jr., Lenox, Mass. 
GREENOUGH, Buhler. See Mrs. Hardy. 



GREENWOOD. Joseph H., 21 Merrick St., 
Worcester, Mass. 

P. — W o r k : "Autumn," Worcester Art 
Museum. 

GREGG, A. W., 600 Main St., Richmond. 
Ind. (P.) 



GREGORY. Anne Lawrence. 
A. Ritter. 



See Mrs. E. 



GREGSON, Marie Blschoff. 43 Hillside 
Ave., Flushing, L. I., N. Y. (P.) 

GREIMS, Mary Hearn (Mrs. Herbert S. 
Greims), 31 West 12th St., New York, 
N. Y. 

P. — Bom New York. Pupil of Cooper 
Union and George SmlUIe In New York; 
Philadelphia School of Design for Wo- 
men and PAFA. Member: Plastic 
C; Fellowship PAFA; N.Y. Woman's 
AC. Work: "Stalhelm, Norway" and 
"Choconla. White Mountains," Metro- 
politan Museum, New York. 

GRENHAGEN. Lorado Merton, 1223 
Dearborn Ave.. Chicago, III. 
P., T. — Born Oahkosh. Wis. Pupil of 
Laurent and Lawton ??. Parker In Paris. 



GREVER, Otto L., 1522 Hapsburg Ave.. 
Cincinnati. O. (P.) 

GREY, Gertrude G„ The Ontario. Wash- 
ington. D. C. (P.) 

GRIFFIN, Walter, 27 Quai des Grands 
Augustin. Paris. France; and Old Lyme, 
Conn. 

P.— Born Portland, Me. Pupil of Collin 
and Laurens In Paris. Member: 
ANA 1912; NYWCC. 

GRIFFITH, Louis Oscar, 69 East Van 
Buren St., Chicago, 111. 
Ldscp.P., Etcher. — Bom Greencastle, 
Ind., Oct. 10, 1875. Pupil of Frank 
Reaugh at St. Louis School of Fine 
Arts; AIC; studied in New York and 
Paris. Member: Palette and Chisel 
C. (pres.); Chicago SA; Chicago SE. 
Represented In Union League Club of 
Chicago. 

GRIFFITH, M. A., 243 Fish Ave., New 
Brighton, S. L. N. Y. (P.) 

GRIFFITH, William A., University of 
Kansas; h. 1144 Indiana St.. Lawrence. 
Kan. (P.. T.) 



GRIFFITHS, 
(P.) 



Mrs. W., Ft. Wayne, Ind. 
1408 L St., Wash- 



GRIGGS, Martha E., 
ington, D. C. (P.) 

GRIMES, Frances, 2 Washington Mews» 
New York N. Y. 

S. — Born Bracevllle, O. Pupil of Pratt 
Inst, in Brooklyn. 

GRISWOLD, CCaslmIr) C(layton), 262 
West 12th St., New York. N. Y.; and 
Great Neck, L. I., N. Y. 
P. — Born Delaware, O., 1834. Studied 
wood engrraving In Cincinnati; painting 
in Rome. Member: ANA 1866, NA 
1867. 

GROLL, Albert L(orey), 222 West 59th 
St., New York, N. i. 
Ldscp.P. — Born New York, Dec. 8, 1866. 
Pupil of Gysis and Loefftz in Munich. 
Member: ANA 1906. NA 1910; 
NYWCC; AWCS; A.Fund S; Salma.C. 
1900; Lotos C. Awards: Morgan 
prize, Salma.C. 1903; hon. mention, 
Munich; Shaw prize, Salma.C. 1904; 
sliver medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; Ses- 
nan medal. PAFA 1906; medals, Buenos 
Aires and Santiago Exp., 1910; Inness 
gold medal, NAD 1912. Work: "No 
Man's Land — Arizona," Corcoran Gal- 
lery. Washington; "California Red- 
woods," Brooklyn Museum; "Acoma 
Valley, New Mexico," National Gallery, 
Washington; "Hopi Mesa," Public Gal- 
lery. Richmond, Ind. Specialty, Western 
scenes. 

GROOME, Esther M., Library Bid?.. State 
Normal School. West Chester, Pa.; and 
119 West 24th St., Baltimore, Md, 
P., T. — Pupil of Chase, Beaux. Castalgne 
and Henri. 



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WHO'S WHO IN AUT 



GUGLER 



GROSS, Mrs. Juliet White, SellersviUe^ 
Pa.. 

P.~Born Philadelphia, June 19, 1882. 
Pupil of Philadelphia School of Uesiga; 
PAFA; Elliott Daingerfleld, Chase and 
Anschiitz. Member: Fellowship 
PAFA. Represented in Philadelphia 
Art Club. 

GROSS, Oskar, 19 East Pearson St., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

P. — Born in Vienna, Austria. 1870. Pu- 
pil of Imperial Royal Academy of Fine 
Arts. Vienna; studied in Munich and 
Paris. Member: Wiener Kunstler- 
Oenossenschaft; Austrian Artists' 
Assoc, (hon.). 

OROSS, P(eter) A(lfred), 30 Rue de 
Bruxelles, Place Cllchy, Paris, France. 
P. — Born Allentown, Pa,, Jan. 21, 1849. 
Pupil of Yon and Petltjean in Parts. 
Officer of Public Instruction, France, 
and member of French Academy. 
Awards : Hon. mention, Paris Exp.. 
1889; third class medal. Crystal Palace 
International Exp., London; gold and 
silver medals, Union Francaise. 

OROSSMAN, Edwin Booth, 9 Rue Fal- 
fiTuidre, Paris, FYance. 
P. — Born in Boston. Pupil of Chase 
and Henri in New York; Richard Miller 
in Paris. 

OROVER, Oliver Dennett, Art Institute, 
Chicago, ni.; and care of Maquay & 
Co., Via Tornabuonl, Florence, Italy. 
P. — Born Earlville, 111., Jan. 29. 1861. 
Pupil of Frank Duveneck in Munich; 
Boulanger, Lefebvre and Laurens in 
Paris. Member: SWA (ex-pres.) ; 
Chicago SA (ex-pres.); Mural P. 
Awards : First Yerkes prize, Chi- 
cago, 1892; silver and bronze medals, 
St. Louis Exp.. 1904; Municipal Art 
League and Fortnightly prize, Chicago, 
1910. Work: Decoration of Bradford 
(Conn.) Public Library; "The Arts," 
Chicago Public Library; "Mending the 
Nets," Union League Club, Chicago; 
*'On the Riva," Art Institute, Chi- 
cago; "A Fresh Breeze," Art Museum, 
St. Louis: "Street Scene, Venice," Art 
Museum, Detroit. 

QRUELLE, Justin C, R. F. D. No. 43, 
Norwalk, Conn. 

P., I. — Born Indianapolis. Ind., July 1, 
1889. Pupil of his father, R. B. Gruelle; 
of John Herron Art Inst.; ASL of N. Y. 
Award: Hon. mention, Richmond, 
Ind. 

QRUELLE, R(lchard) B(uckner), R. F. 
D. No. 43, Norwalk, Conn. 
Ldscp.P. — Born Cynthana, Ky., Feb. 22, 
1851. Self-taught. Member: SWA 
(Assoc); The Hoosier Group. Author 
of "Notes — Critical and Biographical, 
Collection of Wm. T. Walters, Balti- 
more." Work: "The Passing Storm," 
Indianapolis Public Library; "A 
Gloucester Inlet." Herron Art Insti- 
tute. Indianapolis; "In Verdure Clad," 
Public Gallery, Richmond, Ind. 



QRUNER, Virginia, 2997 
Cincinnati, O. (P.) 



Gilbert Ave., 



QRUPPE, CCharles) P(aul), 106 West 65th 
St.; h. 13 West 102d St., New York, 
N. Y. 

P. — ^Bom Pictou, Canada, Sept. 8, 1860. 
Studied in Holl and; chiefly self-taught. 
Member: NYWCC; AWCS; AC 
Phila.; Salma.C. 1893; NAC; Rochester 
AC ; Arti, Amsterdam. Awards : 
Gold medal, Rouen; gold medal, AAS 
1902; two gold medals. Paris; silver 
medals for oils and for water color, 
St. Louis Exp., 1904; bronze medal, 
Appalachian Exp., Knoxville, 1910. 
Wo r k : "The Old Water Wheel." 
Brooklyn Institute Museum; "A Dutch 
Canal," Museum of Art, Detroit. 

GUDEBROD, Louis A(lbert), 46 Silver 
St. Meriden, Conn.; and 753 Broadway, 
New York, N. Y. 

S. — Born Middletown, Conn., Sept. 20, 
1872. Pupil of Yale Art School; ASL 
of N. Y., under Mary Lawrence and 
Augustus Saint Gaudens; Dampt in 
Paris. Member: NSS; N.Y.Arch. 
Lg. 1902. Assistant to Saint Gaudens 
in Paris. Director of Sculpture, 
Charleston Exp., 1902. 



St., Man- 
Brookl3m, 



QUE, D(avld) J., 2 East 23d 
hattan; h. 606 Sixth St., 
New York, N. Y. 
P. — Bom Parmlngton, Ontario Co., N. 
Y., Jan. 17, 1836. Self-taught. Mem- 
ber: Salma.C. 1903. 

GUEST, George, St. Botolph Studios 
Annex, Boston, Mass. 
S. — Born Buckinghamshire, England. 
Pupil of Edith Woodman Burroughs; 
Norwich Academy; Bela L. Pratt in 
Boston. 

GUERIN, Jules, 24 Gramercy Park, New 
York, N. Y. 

I., P. — Born St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 18, 
1866. Pupil of Constant and Laurens 
In Paris. Member: AWCS; NYWCC; 
SI; Nat.Inst. A.L. ; The Players. 
Awards : First Yerkes medal, Chi- 
cago; hon. mention, Paris Exp., 1900; 
hon. mention for drawings, Pan-Am. 
Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904. Specialty, archi- 
tectural subjects. 

GUERNSEY, Eleanor Louise, James Mil- 
liken University, Decatur, 111.; h. 2943 
Wabash Ave.. Chicago. 111. 
S.. T. — Born Terre Haute, Ind., March 9, 
1878. Pupil of AIC. Member: ASL 
of Chicago. Award : Walton prize, 
AIC 1909. 

GUEYDAN, Marie, 233 Rue du Faubourg 
Saint-Honore, Paris, France. (P.) 

GUGLER, Frlda, 587 Frederick Ave., 
Milwaukee, Wis. (P.) 



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Rockford College, 



HALE 



GULLIVER, Mary, 
Rockford, 111. 
P., T. — Bom Norwich, Conn., Sept. 9, 
1860. Pupil of Grundmann and Crown- 
inshield in Boston; Whistler, Collin, 
Delance, Callot, Lasar and Prinet in 
Paris. Member: Copley S. 1883. 
Work: Portrait of Dean Henry M. 
Tyler, Smith College, Northampton, 
Mass.; portrait of John Barnes, Rock- 
ford College, Rockford. 

QUNNt Archie, 27 East 124th St., New 
York, N. Y. 
I. — Born at Somerset, Taunton, England. 

GUNN, Edwin, 262 Mt. Hope Place. New 
York. N. Y. 

P.— Born New York. 1876. Pupil of 
NAD. 

GUNN, Maurice G., 666 North State St., 
Chicago, 111. 
P. — Second prize, ASL Chicago, 1908. 

GUS80W, Bernard, 1383 Clinton Ave., 
Bronx, New York, N. Y. (P.) 

GUSTIN, Paul Morgan, 1113 35th St.. 
Seattle, Wash. (P.) 

QUTMANN, Bernhard, 24 East 21st St., 
New York. N. Y. 

I., P., T. — Born Hamburg, Germany, 
Sept. 26. 1869. Pupil of DUsseldorf and 
Karlsruhe academies, Germany. 



GUTMANN, Bessie Pease, 24 
St., New York. N. Y. (I.) 



East 21st 



HAAG, Charles, Winnetka. 111.; summer, 
Sllvermine, Conn. 

S. — Bom Norrkoping, Sweden, 1867. 
Pupil of Junghaenc, Ziegler and Injal- 
bert. Member: Chicago SA. 

Awards: Bronze and silver medal; 
first prize, Swedish -American Exhibi- 
tion. Work: "Cornerstone of the 
Castle" in Winnetka: "Accord," Metro- 
politan Museum, New York; series of 
fountains, among them the "American 
Fountain." Specialty, subjects showing 
the dignity of labor. 

HABER8TROH, Albert, 647 Boylston St., 
Boston, Mass. 

P. — M ember: Boston AC; Copley S. 
1879. 

HACKETT. Grace E(dlth), 196 Clarendon 
St.; h. 92 Gainsborough St., Boston, 
Mass. 

P., I. — Bom Boston, Sept. 22, 1874. Pu- 
pil of Mass. Normal Art School in Bos- 
ton; H. B. Snell in Europe. Mem- 
ber: Boston SAC; Copley S. 

HACKETT, Nelson Q., Howard Payne 
College, Fayette, Mo. (P.) 

HADLEY. Paul, 6034 N. Illinois St.. In- 
dianapolis, Ind. (P.) 



HAE8ELER, LIflle LIpman (Mrs. Albert 
S. Haeseler). 1613 Walnut St.; h. 8785 
Walnut St., Philadelphia. Pa. 
P.— Born Philadelphia. Pupil of PAFA. 
Member: Plastic C; Fellowship 
PAFA. 

HAGENDORN, Max, 114 West 8th St., 
Topeka, Kan. 

P., D., T. — Born Stuttgart. Germany, 
June 27, 1870. Pupil of Faller, Kurti, 
Seubert in Stuttgart; Gebhard Fugel in 
Munich; Royal Academy of Fine and 
Industrial Arts. Stuttgart. Award: 
Prize, St. Louis Exp., 1904. Director of 
Topeka School of Art. 

HAQER, Luther George, 1117 Minor Ave., 
Seattle, Wash. 

I. — Born Terre Haute, Ind., March 19, 
1886. Pupil ASL of N.Y. Cartoonist for 
"Seattle Post-Intelligencer" since 1905. 

HAGGIN, Ben Ail, 33 West 67th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

P. — A ward: Third Hallgarten prize, 
NAD 1909. Member: ANA 1912; 
Port.P. 

HAGUE, Maurice S(tewart), 112 East 
Broad St.; h. 1194 Oak St., Columbus. O. 
Ldscp.P. — Born Richmond, Jefferson Co., 
O., May 12, 1862. 



MAILMAN, Johanna K. Woodwell, 
Penn Ave.. Pittsburgh, Pa. 
P.— Born Pittsburgh. 1871. 



7010 



HAESELER, Mrs. Alice P. Smith, 
Tioga St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
P. — ^M ember: Fellowship PAFA. 



2006 



HAINES, B(owen) Aylesworth^ 402 Hay- 
ward Bldg., Rochester. N. Y.; h. Hilton, 
N. Y. 

P., I.— Born in Canada. Dec. 21, 1868. 
Pupil of Frank Smith and Mrs. Emma 
Lampert Cooper. Member: Roches- 
ter AC. 

HALE, Ellen Day, "The Mendota," 1748 
N. St.. Washington. D. C. 
P. — Born Worcester, Mass.. Feb. 11. 
1855; daughter of Rev. Edward Everett 
Hale. Member: S. Wash. A. Award: 
Third Corcoran prize, S.Wash.A., 1906. 

HALE, Gardner. 5749 Klmbark Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111. (P.) 

HALE, GIrard, 203 Blvd. Raspail. Paris, 
France. 

P. — Bom in New York. Pupil of Lau- 
rens in Paris. 

HALE. Lilian Westcott (Mrs. Philip L. 
Hale), 76 Border St., Dedham, Mass. 
P. — Born Hartford, Conn., Dec. 7. 1881. 
Pupil of Tarbell, Chase and Philip L. 
Hale. Member: Boston WCC. 
Award : Bronze medal, Buenos Ayres 
Exp., 1910. 

HALE, Philip L(eslle). Fenway Studios. 
30 Ipswich St.. Boston, Mass.; h. 76 
Border St.. Dedham, Mass. 
P., T. W. — Born Boston, May 21, 1866; son 
of Rpv. Edward Everett Hale. Pupil of 
.T A ld*»n Weir in New York. Awards: 
Hon. mention, Pan-Am.Bxp., Buffalo, 



HALE 



WHO'S WHO IN ART 



HAMILTON 



1901; bronze medal. St. Louis Exp., 1904; 
^Id medal, Buenos Aires £xp., 1910. 
Instructor at Boston Museum School and 
PAFA. Work: "The Crimson Ram- 
bler," Pennsylvania Academy, Philadel- 
phia. 

HALE, Walter, 137 West 110th St., New 
York, N. Y. 
I.— Born Chicago. 111., Aug. 4, 1869. Pu- 

fiil of Minneapolis School of Fine Arts, 
llustrated: "A Motor Car Divorce"; 
**Motor Journeys"; for "Harper's Maga- 
zine," etc. 

HALL, Caroline MInturn, 9 Rue Cam- 
pagne-Premi6re; b. 4 Rue de Chevreuse, 
Paris, France; and 910 Madison Ave., 
Plalnfleld, N. J. 

Ldscp.P. — Born South Portsmouth. R. I., 
Aug. 23, 1874. Pupil of W. Sergeant 
Kendall in New York; Delance. Callot, 
Delecluse, Thaulow, Collin, Courtois, 
Simon, Prinet and R6n6 Menard in 
Paris. Member : Paris Woman's 
AAA. 

HALL, George Henry. Died Feb. 18, 1913. 
P.— Born Boston. Mass., Sept. 21, 1825. 
Studied in Dtlsseldorf, Paris and Rome. 
Member: ANA 1853, NA 1868; Cen- 
tury Assoc. Work: "Bazaar Scene 
in Cairo," Metropolitan Museum, New 
York. 

HALL, James, North Scituate, Mass. 
P., I., T., W.~Born Boston, Dec. 20, 
1869. Pupil of Mass. Normal Art School 
in Boston; ASL of N.Y.; Julian Acad- 
emy in Paris. Member: Eastern Art 
and Manual Training Teachers' Assoc. 
Supv. Drawing Springfield, Mass., Public 
Schools 1896-1902. Dlr. Art Dept., Ethi- 
cal Culture School, New York, 1903-1911. 
Author: "With Brush and Pen," etc. 

HALLBERG, Charles Edward, 1114 North 
Park Ave., Austin, 111. 
Marine P. — Born Gothenburg, Sweden, 
Jan. 15, 1855. Member: Chicago SA; 
Swedish -American A.S. 

HALLETT, Hendricks A., 204 Fenway 
Studios, 30 Ipswich St., Boston, Mass. 
P. — Born Charlestown, Mass., 1847. 
Studied in Antwerp and Paris. Mem- 
ber: Boston AC; Boston SWCP. 
Award : Bronze medal, Mass.Charita- 
ble Mechanics Assoc, Boston, 1892. 

HALLIDAY, Laura, College Hill. O. (S.) 

HALLOCK, Ruth Mary. 96 Fifth Ave., 
New York, N. Y.; and 338 Wabash Ave., 
Chicago, 111. 

I., P.— Born Erie, Pa., March 8, 1876. 
Pupil of AIC and ASL of Chicago, under 
Vanderpoel, Freer and Robert Blum. 



L. Warren in architecture. Member: 
Boston WCC; Boston SA; AssocB.Arch. 
C ; N YWCC 1904. Awards: Seal 

Erize. >nrwcc 1904; gold medal, St, 
ouis Exp., 1904. 

HALLOWELL, May. See Mrs. Loud. 

HALPERT, Samuel, 1931 Broadway, New 
York, N. Y. 

P., Engr. — Bom New York. Pupil of 
BonnAt in Paris. 

HALSALL, William F(ormby), 620 Atlan- 
tic Ave.; h. 41 Mt. Vernon St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Marine P. — Born Klrkdale, England, 
March 21, 1841. Pupil of Lowell Inst, 
in Boston. Member: Boston AC. 

HAMBIDGE, Jay, 340 Oak St., Rich- 
mond Hill, L. I., N. Y. 
I., P. — Born Simcoe, Canada, Jan. 13, 
1867. Pupil of ASL and Chase in New 
York. Member: Graphic AC, Toron- 
to, Canada; Soc.for Promotion of Hel- 
lenic Study, London. 

HAMILTON, Agnes, Ft. Wayne. Ind, (P.) 

HAMILTON, Grant E., 172 Fifth Ave.. 
New York, N. Y.; h. Huntington, L. I., 
N. Y. 

I., T. — Born Youngstown, O., Aug. 16, 
1862. Former art editor New York 
"Graphic." "Judge" and "Leslie's 
Weekly." 

HAMILTON, Hamilton, 615 Wes^ 144th 
St., New York, N. Y., and Norwalk, 
Conn. 

P.— Born 1847. Member: ANA 1886. 
NA 1889; AWCS; Century Assoc. 
Wo r k : "The Valley of Fountains." 
"Sunset After a Storm" and "Summer 
in the North Woods." Fine Arts Acad- 
emy. Buffalo, N. Y. 

HAMILTON, Jessie, Clinton St., Fort 
Wayne, Ind. 
P. — M ember : SWA (Assoc). 

HAMILTON, John McClure, "Murestead." 
12 Grove End Road, London, N. W., 
England; and Stone Wall. Wolf Castle, 
Pembrokeshire, England. 
Port. P., I. — Born Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 
31, 1853. Pupil of PAFA; Royal Academy 
in Antwerp; Ecole des Beaux- Arts in 
Paris. Member: Phila.WCC (hon.); 
Fellowship PAFA. Awards: Hon. 
mention. Paris Salon, 1892; gold medal. 
Pan- Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; gold medal, 
St. Louis Exp., 1904. Has lived In Lon- 
don since 1878. Wo r k : "Gladstone at 
Downing Street," "Hon. Richard Vaux" 
and "Cardinal Manning," Pennsylvania 
Academy, Philadelphia; "GladstoneT** 
Luxembourg Museum, Paris; "Prof. 
Tyndall," Nat.Gallery, London. 



HALLOWELL, George H(awley), Jeffer- HAMILTON, Norah, Hull House, Chicago, 

son Highlands, N. H. 111. (Etcher.) 
P., I.. C, Arch. — Born Boston, Dec. 5. 

1872. Pupil of Benson, Tarbell and H. HAMILTON, Robert, Lenoxdale Mass. 

B. Warren In painting; Rotch and H. (P.) 

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WHO'S WHO IN AUT 



MARGRAVE 



HAMILTON, Wilbur Dean, Trinity Court, 
Dartmouth St., Boston, Mass. 
P., I., C— Born Somerfleld, Pa., 1862. 
Pupil of Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. 
Member: Copley S.1903; N.Y.Arch. 
I«.1899. Awards : Jordan prize in 
Boston; medal, Atlanta Exp., 1895. 

HAMMANN, C. F., 943 East 37th St., 
Flushing, L. I., N. Y. 
S., T.— M ember: NSS. 

HAMMELL, George M., 2108 St. James 
Ave., Cincinnati, O. (P.) 

HAMMERSMITH, Paul, 368 Kane Place, 
Milwaukee, Wis. (Engr.) 



HAMMOND, Elizabeth, 235 
Blvd., Evanston, III. (P.) 



Greenwood 



HAMMOND, George F., 734 Euclid Ave., 
Cleveland, O. (P.) 

HAMMOND, Idea, 235 Greenwood Blvd.. 
Evanston. 111. (P.) 

HAMOND, Richard Henry, 806 Barr St., 
Cincinnati, O. 

P. — Bom Cincinnati, Aug. 2, 1854. Pupil 
of Noble, Webber and Duveneck in Cin- 
cinnati. Member: Cincinnati AC; 
Poster Artists Assoc, of America. 
Awards: Silver medal, 1873 ; gold 
medal, 1877. 

HANCKEL, Mary Bull, 575 West 159th 
St.. New York, N. Y. (P.) 

HANCOCK. Adelaide D., 4019 Michigan 
Ave., Chicago. 111. (Min.P.) 

HANCOCK, Joseph Lane, Lakeside, 
Mich.: and 5466 Lexington Ave., Chica- 
go, III. 

Ldscp.P.— Born Chicago, April 12, 1864. 
Pupil of AIC. 

HANDY, Ray D., News-Tribune; h. 1922 
E. Superior St., Duluth, Minn. 
I. — Born Minneapolis, Aug. 21, 1877. 
Cartoonist on Duluth News-Tribune. 

HANEMANN, J. Theodore, 103 Park 
Ave.. New York, N. Y. (P.) 

HANEY, James Parton, 500 Park Ave.; h. 
1233 Third Ave.. New York, N. Y. 
P.. T.. W., L. — Born New York, Apr. 16, 
1869. Pupil of Bell. Du Mond, Mucha and 
Woodbury. Member: Salma.C. 1901: 
N.Y.Munlcipal AS; MacD.C; School 
Crafts C. (pres.1901); School Art Lg. 
(v.-pres.); Nat. Educational Assoc; 
Council of Supervisors of Manual Arts 
(pres.1901-04); Nat.Soc.for Promotion of 
Industrial Education (sect.1908); Int. 
Fed.for Art Teaching. Dlr.of art, ele- 
mentary, public schools of New York 
(Manhattan and Bronx). 1896-1909; Dir. 
of art. high schools of New York, since 
1909; Dir. of art, N.Y. Univ. Summer 
school since 1907. 

HANKS, L. C, Tree Studio Bldg.. Chica- 
go, 111. (P.) 



HANNA, T(homas) KCIng). Booth Ave., 
Englewood, N. J. 

I., P. — Bom Kansas City, Mo., Apr. 10, 
1872. Pupil of ASL of N.Y. Mem- 
ber: SI. 



HANSON, Berta M., 1523 Chestnut St.. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

P., I., T.— Bom Belmont Co., O., Dec. 
9, 1876. Pupil of Howard Helmick in 
Washington; Ecole des Beaux- Arts in 
Paris. Member: S.Wash.A. 

HARDENBERQ, Elizabeth RCutgers), 939 
Eighth Ave., New York, N. Y.; summer, 
Byrdcliffe, Woodstock, Ulster Co., N. Y. 
P.. C. — ^Bom New Brunswick, N. J. Pu- 

£11 of H. B. Snell and Mrs. E. M. Scott, 
[ember: NSC; Boston SAC. Spe- 
cialty, pottery. 

HARDING, Charlotte. See Mrs. John A. 
Brown. 



HARDING, George, 10 South 18th St.. 
Philadelphia. Pa. 

I.— Bora Philadelphia. Pa. Pupil of 
PAFA and Howard Pyle. Member: 
SI. 



HARDRICK, John W., 3309 Prospect St., 
Indianapolis, Ind. (P.) 

HARDWICK, Melbourne H., 110 Tremont 
St.; h. 85 Brook Ave., Boston. Mass. 
P. — ^Bora Dlgby. Nova Scotia. Sept. 29, 
1857. Studied in Boston and in Europe. 
Member: Salma.C. 1907. 



HARDY, Anna E., 698 Main St.. Bangor, 
Me. 

P. — Born Bangor. Jan. 26, 1839. Pupil 
of George Jeanin in Paris; Abbott H. 
Thayer In Boston. 

HARDY, Mrs. Buhler Greenouob, 30 Court 
St.. westfield, Mass. 
Min.P. — Bom Providence, R. I.. Sept. 20, 
1874. Pupil of Collin, Merson. CourtolB 
and Virginia Reynolds in Paris; studied 
also in Boston and London. M e m- 
b e r : Soc. of Miniaturists, London; 
Plastic C. 



HARDY, Walter Manly, Exchange St., 
Bangor, Me.; h. 159 Wilson St., Brewer, 
Me. 

P.. I. — Born Brewer. 1877. Pupil of 
Lazar in Paris; Blum. Brush. Cox, 
Clark and Bridgman in New York. 

HARER, Frederick W., 908 Filbert St., 
Philadelphia. Pa. (P.) 

HARGER, Mrs. Jessie C, 14 University 
Place. New Haven. Conn. (Min.P.) 

HARGRAVE, Ronald, 146 Randolph Ave., 
Peoria. 111. (P.) 



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HARSHE 



HARLEY, Charles R(ichard), 3785 Broad- 
way: h. 625 West 135th St., New York, 
N. Y. 

S. — ^Born Philadelphia. Pa., March 25, 
1864. Pupil of Spring Garden Inst, and 
of PAFA in Philadelphia; Julian 
Academy. Ghapu. Falfiruiftre and Dampt 
in Paris. Member: NSS; BSA 
Crafts; N.Y.Arch.Lg. 1902; Fellowship 
PAFA. Award : Bronze medal. Pan- 
Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901. 

HARLOW, Arthur, 210 Lafayette St, 
Salem, Mass. (P.) 

HARLOW, H(arry) M(errlck) 8(utton), 
2 Kenoza Ave., Haverhill, Mass. 
P., C— Born Haverhill. July 19, 1882. 
Pupil of Eric Pape in Boston. Mem- 
ber: Boston SAC. Work: Mural 
decorations, Trinity Church, Haverhill, 
Mass.: St. Martin banner, St. Augustine 
and St. Martin Mission Church, Boston, 
Mass. Specialty, illumination. 

HARMON, Luella Shaylor (Mrs. Harry 
True Harmon), 147 Pine St., Portland. 
Me. (Mln.P.) 

HARPER, William A., care of secretary's 
office. Art Institute, Chicago, 111. 
P. — M ember: Chicago SA. Award: 
Young Fortnightly prize, AIC 1908. 

HARRIS, C. N., 2028 Locust St., Phila- 
delphia. Pa. (P.) 

HARRIS, Charles X., 356 Mountain Road, 
West Hoboken, N. J. 
P. — Born Foxcroft, Me., 1856. Pupil of 
Cabanel In Paris. Member: Salma. 
C. 1901. 

HARRIS, Edith Maude, 601 18th St., 
N. W., Washington, D. C. (P.) 

HARRIS, Florence E., 601 18th St., 
N. W.. Washington, D. C. (P.) 

HARRIS, William Laurel, 423 West 59th 
St., New York, N. Y.; summer. Saint 
Mary's, Lake George, N. Y. 
Mural P., C, W., L. — Born Brooklyn, N. 
Y., Feb. 18, 1870. Pupil of T. W. 
Dewing in New York; G4r0me, Galland, 
Lefebvre and Doucet in Paris. Mem- 
ber: Mural P. (sect.); N.Y.Arch.Lg. 
1898: NAC; N.Y.MunicIpal AS (pres.); 
A. Aid S (dir.); School Art League 
(dir.); MacD.C. Work: "St. Francis 
de Sales before Pope Clement VIII," 
Catholic University, Washington; "The 
Holy Sacrifice" and **Our Lady of the 
Lake," St. Mary's, Lake George, N. Y.; 
"The Martyr, Father Jogues," Harbor 
Islands, Lake George; "The Crucifixion" 
and thirty other large mural paintings 
with the entire decorative scheme of 
the Paulist Church, New York; Tapestry 
back to the Cardinal's Throne, St. 
Patrick's Cathedral. New York. 

HARRISON, C(atherlne) N(orrl8) (Mrs. 
Charles Leland Harrison), 1500 Locust 
St.; h. 2028 Locust St., Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

Mln.P., I. — Born in Philadelphia. Pupil 
of PAFA. Member: Plastic C; Fel- 
lowship PAFA. 



HARRISON. (Lovell) Blrge, Bearsville, 
N. Y.; and Century Association, 7 West 
43d St., New York, N. Y. 
P., I., T.. W.— Born Philadelphia, Oct. 
28, 1854. Pupil of Cabanel in Paris. 
Member: ANA 1902, NA 1910; SAA 
1882; Nat.Inst.A.L.; Fellowship PAFA; 
Century Assoc; NAC (life); MacD.C; 
Ends of the E^arth Club. Awards: 
Silver medal, Paris Exp., 1889; medal, 
Columbian Exp., Chicago. 1893; bronze 
medal, Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901; 
second Corcoran prize, S. Washington 
A. 1904; silver medal, St. Louis Exp., 
1904; "Hors Concours," Paris Salon. 
Director and chief instructor. Summer 
Landscape School of Art Students' 
League of New York. Author of 
"Landscape Painting." Work: "The 
Mirror," Wilstach Gallery, Philadelphia; 
"Autumn Sunset" and "A Glimpse of 
the St. Lawrence," Pennsylvania 
Academy, Philadelphia; "Fifth Avenue 
at Twilight," Museum of Art, Detroit; 
museums at Quimper and Marseilles, 
France; Spartansburg, S. C. 



HARRISON, (Thomas) Alexander, 6 Rue 
du Val de Grace, Paris, France. 
P. — Born Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 17, 
1853. Pupil of PAFA; Ecole des Beaux- 
Arts, Bastien -Lepage and G6rdme in 
Paris. Member: SAA 1885; ANA 
1898, NA 1901; AC Phila.; Paris SAP; 
Century Assoc; Phila. WCC (hon.); Cer- 
cle d'Union Artistique; Soc.Nat.des 
Beaux- Arts; Royal Inst.of Painters in 
Oil Colors, London; Soc.of Secessionists, 
Berlin and Munich (cor.); Nat.Inst.A.L. 
Awards : Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 
1885; Temple silver medal, PAFA 1887; 
gold medal, Paris Exp., 1889; second 
medal, Munich Salon, 1891; medal of 
honor, Brussels and Ghent 1892; gold 
medal of honor, PAFA 1894; medals of 
honor at Vienna and Berlin. Chevalier 
of Legion of Honor 1889, Oflftcer 1901; 
Oflftcer of Public Instruction, by French 
Government. Work: "L'Arcadle" and 
"Solitude," Luxembourg Museum, Paris; 
"The Wave," Pennsylvania Academy, 
Philadelphia: "Crepuscule," St. Louis 
Museum; "Crepuscule," Corcoran Gal- 
lery, Washington, D. C; "Sables et 
Lune," Quimper Museum, France; "Leo 
Amateurs," Art Institute, Chicago; 
"Nude," Royal Gallery, Dresden; "A 
Festival Night," "Boys Bathing. East 
Hampton," "Le Grand MIroir" and 
"Marine," WUstach Gallery, Phila- 
delphia. 



HARSHBERGER, Mrs. Florence E. 
Smith, 223 West Fayette St., Syracuse, 
N. Y. 

P., I., T. — Born Freetown, Cortland Co., 
N. Y., Nov. 19, 1863. Pupil of ASL and 
Cooper Union In New York, under 
Brush, J. Alden Weir, Shirlaw and 
Frederick Freer. Member: Utlca 
Art C; Utica Sketch C. 



HARSHE, Robert B., Stanford University^ 
Cal. (P.) 



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WHO'S WHO IN ART 



HART, Edna F., 4 Weiher Court, Bronx, 
New York, N. Y. (I.) 

HART, George Overbury, Coytesvllle, 

N. J. 

P.— Bom Cairo, 111., May 10, 1870. Self- 
taught. 

HART, Harriet Louise, 457 South Broad 
St., Elizabeth, N. J. (P.) 

HART, Letltia B(ennet). 11 East 14th St., 
Manhattan. New York, N. Y.; h. 94 
First Place, Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. ; 
summer, Lakeville, Conn. 
P.— Born New York, Apr. 20, 1867. Pu- 
pil of her father, James M. Hart; NAD 
under Edgar M. Ward. Award : 
Dodge prize, NAD 1898. Work: Miss 
Mattie Harris, Virginia College. 

HART, MsLry Theresa, 11 East 14th St., 
Manhattan. New York. N. Y.; h. 94 
First Place, Brooklyn, New York, N. Y.; 
summer, Lakeville, Conn. 
P., I.— Born Brooklyn, Jan. 7. 1872. Pu- 
pil of her father, James M. Hart; NAD 
under Edgar M. Ward. Award : 
Dodge prize, NAD 1901. Work: Por- 
trait of John Fritz, Engineers' Club, 
New York; illustrated "Wee Winkler 
and Wideawake"; work for "Life," 
"Judge," etc. 

HART, William Howard, 152 West 57th 
St.; h. 155 West 58th St., New York, 
N. Y. 

P.— Born Flshklll -on -Hudson. N. Y., 
1863. Pupil of ASL and J. Alden Weir 
In New York; Boulanger and Lefebvre 
In Paris. Member: Salma.C. 1898. 

HARTING, G(eorae) W., 51 West 10th 
St., New York, N. Y. 
I., P.— Born Little Falls, Minn., Dec. 11, 
1877. Pupil of Henri, Chase. Mora, 
Miller and Koehler. Illustrations in 
magazines — "McClure's," "Harper's," 
etc. 

HARTLEY, J(onathan) Scott. Died Dec. 
6 1 01 o 

S.— Born Albany, N. Y., Sept. 23. 1845. 
Studied In England, Paris and Rome. 
Member: ANA 1879, NA 1891; N.Y. 
Arch.Lg. 1890; SAA 1891; NSS (sect.); 
Salma.C. 1871. Awards: Silver 
medal. Royal Academy. England, 1869; 
bronze medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 
1901. Work: Daguerre monument, 
Washington; Erlcson monument. New 
York; "Alfred the Great," Appellate 
Court, New York; Miles Morgan statue, 
Springfield, Mass. 

HARTLEY, Marsden, care of Photo Se- 
cession, 291 Fifth Ave., New York, 
N. Y. (I.) 

HART MAN, C. Bertram, 33 Tree Studio 
Bldg., Chicago, 111. 
P. — M ember: SWA (Assoc). 

HARTRATH, Lucie, 16 Studio Bldg.; h. 
4459 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, 111. 
P.. T. — Born Boston. Pupil of Rlxens, 
Courtols and Collin in Paris. Mem- 
ber: Chicago SA; SWA; Chicago 



WCC. Award 
AIC 1911. 



HASELTINE 
Butler purchase prize. 



HART8HORNE, Howard Morton, 65 
Blvd. Arago, Paris, France; and 9 West 
51st St., New York, N. Y. 
P. — Born in New York. Pupil of 
Benjamin -Constant and Laurens In 
Paris. Award: Third class medal, 
Paris Salon, 1911. 

HART80N, Walter C, care of Budworth 
& Sons. 424 West 52d St., New York, 
N. Y. 

P.— Born Wyoming, la., Oct. 27, 1866. 
Member: NYWCC; Salma.C. 1901. 
Awards : Bronze medal and hon. 
mention, Atlanta Exp., 1895; third Hall- 
garten prize, NAD 1898; gold medal,* 
AAS 1902; first landscape prize, Osborne 
competition 1904. 

HARTWELL, Nina Rosabel, 2 Square 
Delambre, JParls, Prance. (P.) 

HARTWICH, Herman, 46 Landwehr 
Strasse, Munich, Germany. 
P.— Born New York, July 8, 1853. Pu- 
pil of Dlez and Loefftz in Munich; has 
lived In Munich since 1896. Awards : 
Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 1892; bronze 
medal, Paris Exp., 1900; second class 
medal, Paris Salon, 1901; second class 
gold medal. Berlin, 1902; sliver medal, 
St. Louis Exp., 1904; first class medal, 
Munich. 1905; gold medal, Salzburg, 
1907. Work In museums of Leipzig, 
Germany and Cleveland, O. 

HARVEY, Ell, 80 Washington Square, B.. 
New York. N. Y. 

S., P., C— Born Ogden, O.. Sept. 23, 
1860. Pupil of Cincinnati Academy 
under Lentz. Noble and Rebisso; Julian 
Academy in Paris under Lefebvre, Con- 
stant and Doucet; Delecluse Academy 
under Delance and Callot, and of Fr6- 
miet at the Jardin des Plantes. M e m- 
ber: NSS; N.Y. Arch.Lg. 1903; N.Y. 
Municipal AS. Awards : First class 
gold medal for painting, Paris-Province 
Exp., 1900; Wanamaker prize for sculp- 
ture, Paris AAA 1900; bronze medal for 
sculpture, Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901. 
Work: "Lioness" and "Maternal 
Caress," Metropolitan Museum, New 
York; sculpture for Lion House. New 
York Zoo; represented in museums of 
St. Louis. London and Liverpool. 

HARWOOD, Elizabeth, 65 Blvd. Arago, 
Paris. France. 

P.— Born in United States. Pupil of 
Collin In Paris. 

HARWOOD, James T., 666 East 11th St., 
South Salt Lake City. Utah. 
P.. T.— Born Lehl, Utah, 1860. Pupil of 
Laurens and BonnAt in Paris. Me m- 
b e r : Soc.Utah Artists; Assoc. SWA. 

HA8BROUCK, Du Bols Fenelon, Stam- 
ford. N. Y. 
Ldscp.P.— Bom Pine Hill, N. Y., 1860. 

HASELTINE, Herbert, 2 West 57th St., 
New York, N. Y. (S.) 



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HA IV LEY 



HASKELL, Ernestt Oakland Ave.. West 
Brighton, S. I., N. T.; and Ashdale, 
Me. 

P., LIth., Etcher, W. — Born Woodstock, 
Conn., July 30, 1876. 

HASKELL, Ida C, 317 East 18th St., 
New York, N. T.; summer, Brookhaven, 
L. I., N. T. 

P.— Born In California. Studied in Chl- 
cagro, Philadelphia and Paris. Mem- 
ber: N.Y. Woman's AC. 

HASKELL, William Homer, 211 South 
Broad St., Elizabeth, N. J.; and Merri- 
mac Alass 

P. — Bom Merrimac, Apr. 19, 1875. Pu- 
pil of Boston Museum under Tarbell 
and Benson; Julian Academy under 
Benjamin-Constant and Laurens In 
Paris. Award : Lon^rf ellow traveling 
scholarship, Boston, 1897. 

HASLER, William N., Hillside Ave.. 
Caldwell, N. J. 

Ldscp.P. — Born Washington, D. C, May 
9, 1865. Pupil of ASL of N. Y. Me m- 
b e r : Salma.C. 1908. 

HASSAM, Childe, 130 West 57th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

P. — Bom Boston. Oct. 17, 1859. Pupil 
of Boulanger and Lefebvre in Paris. 
Member: ANA 1902. NA 1906; 
AWCS; NYWCC; Boston AC; Ten Am. 
P.; Munich Secession (cor.); Assoc. Soc. 
Nat.des Beaux-Arts; Nat.Inst. A.Li. ; 
Lotos C. Awards: Bronze medal, 
Paris Exp., 1889; gold medal, Munich, 
1892; medal, AC Phila. 1892; bronze 
medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; 
prize. Cleveland Art Assoc. 1893; Webb 
prize, SAA 1895; prize, Boston AC 1896; 
second class medal, C.I.Pittsburgh, 
1898; Temple gold medal, PAFA 1899; 
silver medal. Paris Exp.. 1900; gold 
medal, Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo. 1901: 
gold medal, St. Louis Exp.. 1904; Clarke 
prize, NAD 1905; third class medal, C.I. 
Pittsburgh, 1905; Lippincott prize. 
PAFA 1906; Carnegie prize, SAA 1906; 
third prize, Worcester. 1906; Sesnan 
gold medal, PAFA 1910; third W. A. 
Clark prize, Corcoran AO 1910; Evans 
prize, AWCS 1912. Work: "Isles of 
Shoals" and "Golden Afternoon, 
Oregon." Metropolitan Museum, New 
York; "Northeast Headlands — New 
England Coast," Corcoran Gallery, 
Washington; "Pont Royal" and "The 
Caulker." Cincinnati Museum; "Fifth 
Avenue In Winter" and "Spring Morn- 
ing." Camegie Institute. Pittsburgh; 
"Summer Sea," Museum of Art, Toledo: 
"Church at Old Lyme," Fine Arts 
Academy. Buffalo; "The Messenger 
Boy." Rhode Island School of Design, 
Providence; "The Breakfast Room, New 
York" and "Sylph's Rock, Appledore," 
Worcester Art Museum; '^Spring— 
Navesink Highlands," "The Georgian 
Chair" and "The Chinese Merchants." 
National Gallery. Washington; "Cat 
Boats — Newport,^' Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy. Philadelphia; "Cliffe Rock— Apple- 
dore," Art Association, Indianapolis; 
"Place Centrale and Fort Cabana. Ha- 



vana," Museum of Art, Detroit; 
"Centre- Jour," Art Institute, Chicago. 

HASSELBUSCH, Louis, 1026 Arch SL, 
Philadelphia, Pa.; h. Logan, Pa. 
P.—Born Philadelphia, Nov. 8, 1863. 
Pupil of PAFA; Constant and Lefebvre 
in Paris; Royal Academy in Munich. 
Member: Phila.Sketrih C: Fellowship 
PAFA. 

HASTINGS, Helen M., 5532 Girard Ave., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Ldscp.P. — Born Rochester. N. Y. Pupil 
of PAFA. Member: Plastic C. 

HATCH, Emily Nichols, Tarrytown, N. Y.. 
and 62 Washington Sq., New York. 
N. Y. 
P. — M ember: N.Y. Woman's AC. 

HATCH, Lorenzo James, BronxviUe, 
N. Y. 

P., Engr. — Born Hartford. N. Y., July 
16, 1857. Pupil of Washington ASL; 
N.Y. School of Art. Member: N.Y. 
Municipal AS; Century Assoc; Salma. 
C. 1902. 

HATFIELD, Joseph Henry, Canton Junc- 
tion, Mass. 

P. — ^Born near Kingston, Canada, June 
21, 1863. Pupil of Constant, Doucet and 
Lefebvre in Paris. Awards : Silver 
medal, Mass. Charitable Mechanics' 
Assoc. Boston, 1892; second Hallgarten 
prize, NAD 1896. 

HATHERELL, W., care of Harper & 
Brother, New York. N. Y. (P., I.) 

HAUBRICH, Edward. 533 N. Noble St., 
Indianapolis. Ind. (P.) 



HAVENS, Belle, 
cott. 



See Mrs. H. M. Wal- 



HAWKINS, E(dward) M(ack Curtis), 106 
E^st Saratoga St.. Baltimore, Md. 
P.— Born Ithaca, N. Y., Nov. 24. 1877. 
Pupil of Cazln, Monet and Beaux- 
Arts in Paris; Beardsley In London. 
Member: Central N.Y.Socof Artists; 
Montezuma Sketch C; Charooal C. Bal- 
timore. Work: "The Mill Pond." 
B.M.Assocof Ithaca, N. Y. 

HAWKINS, Joseph Walter, 34 Randolph 
St.; h. 121 Howard St., Passaic, N. J. 
P.— Born Passaic. N. J., April 11. 1877. 
Pupil of Jean Paul Laurens in Paris. 

HAWKS, Rachel M(arshall) (Mrs. Arthur 
L. Hawks), Ruxton, Baltimore Co., 
Md. 

S.. T.— -Born Port Deposit. Md., March 
20, 1879. Pupil of Maryland Institute, 
Rhlnehart School of Sculpture under 
Ephriam Keyser, Charles Pike and 
Marie Keller. Member: Handicraft 
C. of Baltimore; Maryland Inst. Alumni. 
Work: Bust of Dr. Basil Gildersleeve, 
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. 
Specialty, mural decorations In relief. 

HAWLEY, Benjamin, Queen Lane Manor, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
P.— M ember: AC Phlla. 

HAWLEY, Margaret Foote, Bradley Hill, 
Hlngham, Mass. (P.) 



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LEONARD OCHTMAN, N. A 



HAWORTH 



WHO'S WHO IN ART 



HEBER 



HAWORTH, Edith, 5 West 8th St.. New 
York, N. Y. (P.) 

HAWTHORNE, Charles W(eb8ter), care 
of Macbeth Gallery, 450 Fifth Ave., 
New York, N. Y.; summer, Cape Cod, 
Provlncetown, Mass. 
P., T.— Born In Maine, 1872. Pupil of 
NAD and ASL in New York; Chase at 
Shlnnecock, L. I. Member: ANA 
1908, NA 1911; Salma.C. 1900; NAC; 
I^otos C; A.Fund S.; Assoc.Soci6t6 Na^. 
des Beaux-Arts, Paris. Awards: 
Obrisr prize, Salma.C. 1902; first Hall- 
irarten prize, NAD 1904; Evans prize, 
Salma.C. 1904 1 Shaw prize, Salma.C. 
1904; second prize, Worcester, 1904; sec- 
ond Hall^arten prize, NAD 1906; hon. 
mention, C.I.Pittsburgh, 1908; silver 
medal, Buenos Aires ICxp., 1910; Clark 
prize, NAD 1911. Work: "The 
Trousseau," Metropolitan Museum, New 
York; "Fisherman's Wife," Corcoran 
Gallery, Washington; "Mother and 
Child," Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts; 
"Net Mender," Rhode Island School of 
Design, Providence; "Venetian Girl," 
Worcester Museum; "The Family," Buf- 
falo Fine Arts Academy. 

HAWTHORNE, Marlon C. (Mrs. Charles 
W. Hawthorne), 40 Enclosure, Nutley, 
N. J. 
P.— M ember: N.Y. Woman's AC. 

HAY, Alice. See Mrs. Clay. 

HAY, Gertrude, care of Macbeth Gal- 
leries. 450 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. 
(S.) 

HAVDEN, Sara S., University of Ne- 
braska, Lincoln, Neb.; and 3319 Michi- 
fan Ave., Chicago, 111. 
'., T.— Born Chicago. Pupil of AIC; 
Collin, Merson and Lasar in Paris. 

HAYES, Chester C, 130 West 57th St., 
New York, N. Y. (P.) 

HAYES-MILLER, Kenneth, care of Mac- 
beth Galleries, 450 Fifth Ave., New 
York, N. Y. 

P., T., W.— Born Kenwood, N. Y., March 
11, 1876. Pupil of ASL of N. Y., under 
Mowbray and Cox; New York School of 
Art, under Chase. 

HAYNES, Caroline Coventry, 16 Elast 
36th St., New York, N. Y. 
P.— Born New York. Pupil of ASL of 
N. Y.; Alfred Stevens and Courtois in 
Paris. Member: NYWCC; N.Y. Wo- 
man's AC. 

HAYS, Austin, 139 West 55th St., New 
York, N. Y. (S.) 

HAYS, Georae A., Room 42. Woods Bldg., 
19 College^., Providence, R. 1. 
Ldscp.P. — Bom Greenville, N. H., Nov. 
23. 1854. Self-taught. Member: 
Providence AC; Copley S. 1892. 

HAYS, William J(acob), 145 East 23d 
St.; h. 223 West 71st St., New York, 
N. Y. 



P.—Born CatskiU, N. Y., July 1, 1872; 
son of Wm. J. Hays, ANA. Pupil of 
NAD in New York; Julian and Colarossi 
academies in Paris. Member: ANA 
1909; Salma.C. 1900. 

HAYWARD, F. Harold, Mt. Clemens, 
Mich. 

P., I., S., T. — Born Romeo, Mich., June 
30, 1867. Pupil of Whistler, Laurens 
and Constant in Paris. 

HAZARD, Arthur Merton, 20 St. Botolph 
St., Boston, Mass.; h. Riverbank Court, 
Cambridge, Mass. 

Mural P., T. — Born Boston, Oct. 20, 
1872. Pupil of Prinet, Courtois, Lau- 
rens, Henri Blanc in Paris. Mem- 
ber: Copley S. 1899 ; St. Botolph C. 
1900; Paris AAA. Principal Boston 
School of Painting. Award : Medal, 
Mass. Charitable Mechanics' Assoc. 
1892. 

HAZLETON, Mary Brewster, 304 Fen- 
way Studios, Boston; h. Wellesley Hills, 
Mass. 

P., T. — Born Milton, Mass. Pupil of 
Edmund C. Tarbell. Member: Cop- 
seum School 1899; hon. mention, Pan- 
Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901. 

HEAP, Jane, 464 St. James Place, Chi- 
cago, 111. (P.) 

traveling scholarship from Boston Mu- 
ley S. 1899. Awards : First Hall- 
garten prize, NAD 1896; first Paige 

HEARD, E. Van R. M., 6314 Marchand 
St., Pittsburgh, Pa. (P.) 

HEARN, Mary H. See Mrs. Herbert 
Greims. 

HEATH, Howard, 120 East 23d St., New 
York, N. Y. 
I. — M ember: SI. 

H EATON, A(ugu8tu8) Q(eoroe), Carnegie 
Hall, New York, N. Y. 
P.—Born Philadelphia, Pa., April 28, 
1844. Pupil of Cabanel at Ecole des 
Beaux -Arts and of Bonnftt in Paris. 
Member: Phila.Sketch C. (pres. 
1867); Salma.C.; Lotos C; Am.Numis- 
matic Soc. (pres. 1888). Award: 
Bronze medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 
1893. Work: "The Recall of Co- 
lumbus," U. S. Capitol. Washington; 
"Washington's First Mission," Union 
League Club, Philadelphia; "Baron 
Steuben at Valley Forge.'* War College 
w^anhinorton. Author: "Coinage of the 
U. S. Branch Mints," etc. 



HEBER, Carl Augustus* Nyack-on-Hud- 
son, N. Y. 

S. — Born Stuttgart, Germany, April 16, 
1874. Pupil of Taft in Chicago. Mem- 
ber: NsS. Award: Bronze medal, 
St. Louis Exp., 1904. Work: "Pas- 
toral," Art Institute, Chicago, 111.; 
"Chnmplain Memorial," Crown Point, 
N. Y. 



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HENRY 



HECHT, Victor D(avid), 68 West 67th 
9t.: h. 14 East 60th St., New York, 
N. Y. 

P. — Born Paris, France, May 15, 1878. 
Pupil of ASL of N. T.; Lefebvre and 
Robert -Fleury in Paris. Member: 
Port.P. 

HEEBNER, Ann. See Mrs. McDonald. 

HEILj Charles Emile, Needham, Mass. 
P., I., T.—Born Boston, Feb. 28, 1870. 
Studied in Boston and Paris. Mem- 
ber: Salma.C. ; Boston SWCP. 

HEIL, Elizabeth, 1413 Queen Anne Ave., 
Seattle. Wash. 

P., C. — Bom Columbus, O., Aug. 3, 1877. 
Pupil of Thomas S. Noble and Caroline 
Lord at Cincinnati Art Academy. 

HEINIQKE, Otto, 24 East 13th St., New 
York; h. Bay Ridge, L. I., N. Y. 
P., I., C, W.— Born Brooklyn, N. Y., 
1851. Member: Mural P. Specialty, 
stained glass. 

HEISS, Jesse S. C, 627 Walnut St., Phila- 
delphia. Pa.; h. Berlin, N. J. 
P., I., Wood Engr. — Born Philadelphia, 
Aug. 7, 1859. Pupil of Hermon Simon 
in painting; M. R. Loneracre in desigrn- 
ing, wood engraving and illustrating. 

HEITMAN, W. F., 1017 Chadwlck St., 
Indianapolis, Ind. (P.) 

HELLER, Eugenie i^., 3 Clarendon St., 
East Gloucester, Mass. 
P., S., C— Pupil of J. Alden Weir in 
New York; Aman-Jean, Grasset and 
Whistler in Paris. 

HEINTZELiVIAN, A(rthur) W., 170 Burn- 
side St., Providence, R. I. 
P. — Born Newark, N. J., Nov. 22, 1890. 
Pupil of William C. Loring. 

HELiVIICK, Alice Barney (Mrs. Christian 
Helmick), Sheridan Circle, Washington, 
D. C. 

P.— Born Cincinnati, O. Pupil of Caro- 
lus-Duran and Whistler in Paris. 
Member: S.Wash.A; Wash.WCC; 
Wash.SFA. Work: "Bertha," Corco- 
ran Gallery, Washington. 

HEL8TROM, Bessie, 652 Buckingham 
Place, Chicago, 111. (PT 

HEiVIINQ, Arthur (Henry Howard), 239 
Herkimer St., Hamilton, (Ontario, Can- 
ada; and Old Lyme, Conn. 
I. — Born Paris, Ontario, Canada, Jan. 
17, 1870. Pupil of ASL of N. Y., under 
Du Mond and Walter A. Clark; Brang- 
wyn in London. Member: SI; Royal 
Soc.of A., London. Illustrator of books 
on animal and wild life. 

HENDERSON, A. Elizabeth, 50 East 86th 
St., New York, N. Y. 
Min.P. — Born Ashland. Ky., Oct. 25, 
1873. Pupil of ASL of N. Y., New York 
School of Art, and Cincinnati Academy. 



HENDERSON, William P(enhallow), 
Panasanta wood, Lake Bluff, 111. 
Mural P., T.-^Born Medford, Mass., 
1871. Pupil of Mass. Normal Art School, 
W. D. Hamilton and E. L. Major; Bos- 
ton Museum School under Tarbell. 
Holder of Paige traveling scholarship, 
Boston Museum School. Instructor 
Academy of Fine Arts, Chicago. 

HENDRICKS, Bessie, 74 Woodruff Place, 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
P. — M ember: Assoc. SWA. 

HENNESSY, William J(ohn), Saville 
Club, London, England. 
P. — Born Thomastown, County Kilken- 
ny, Ireland, 1839. Taken to New York 
in 1849. Pupil of NAD In New York. 
Member: ANA 1861, NA 1863; 
AWCS. 

HENRI, Robert, 10 Gramercy Park, New 
York, N. Y. 

P. — Born Cincinnati, O., June 24, 1865. 
Pupil of PAFA; Julian Academy and 
Ecole des 3eaux-Arts in Paris; studied 
in Spain and Italy. Member: SAA 
1903; ANA 1905, NA 1906; Nat.Inst.A.L; 
Port.P.; MacD.C; Am.PS. Awards: 
Silver medal, Pan.-Am.Exp., Buffalo, 
1901; silver medal, St. Louis Exp., 
1904; Harris prize. AIC 1905; gold 
medal, ACPhlla., 1909; silver medal, 
Buenos Aires Exp., 1910. W o r k • 
**La Neige," Luxembourg Gallery, Paris; 
"Young Woman in Black," Art Insti- 
tute of Chicago; "The Equestrian," 
Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh; "Girl 
with Red Hair," Gallery of Spartan- 
burg, S. C; "Happy Hollander," Art 
Association, Dallas, Tex.; "Dancer in 
Yellow Shawl," Gallery of Fine Arts, 
Columbus, O.; "Spanish Gypsy Girl," 
Art Association, New Orleans; "Laugh- 
ing Girl," Brooklyn Museum; "Girl with 
Pan," Pennsylvania Academy, Phila- 
delphia. 

HENRY, E(dward) L(am8on), 222 West 
23d St., New York, N. Y.; summer, 
Cragsmoor, Ulster Co., N. Y. 
P., I. — Born Charleston, S. C, Jan. 12, 
1841. Pupil of~PAFA and of F. Weber 
in Philadelphia; Suisse, Gleyre and 
Courbet in Paris. Me m b e r : ANA 
1867, NA 1869; AWCS; A.Fund S; 
Salma.C. 1900; Century Assoc. 
Awards : Hon. mention, Paris Exp.. 
1889; medal, New Orleans Exp., 1885; 
medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; 
bronze medal, Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo, 
1901; silver medal, Charleston Exp., 
1902; bronze medal. St. Louis Exp., 1904. 
Work: "A Wedding During the Ad- 
ministration of President James Mon- 
roe," Historical Society, Westerly, R. 1.; 
"The Initial Trip of the First American 
Railway Train,' ^ Albany Historical So- 
ciety; "The Old Westover Mansion," 
Corcoran Gallery, Washington. 

HENRY, Sarah, 27 West 67th St., New 
York, N. Y. (P.) 

HENRY, Mrs. W. Frank, 133 West Tulpe- 
hocken St., German town, Philadelphia, 
Pa. (P.) 



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HIBBARD 



HEN8HAW, Julia. See Mrs. C. M. 
Dewey. 

HERBERT, Mrs. Donna M., 1184 Port- 
land Ave., St. Paul, Minn. (P.) 

HERDLE, George Linton, 213 Cutler 
Bldg.; h. 22 Cleveland St., Rochester, 
N. Y. 

P., C. — Born Rochester, Aug. 27, 1868. 
Studied In Holland and in Paris. 

HERFORD, Oliver, 142 East 18th St., 
New York, N. Y. (I.) 

HERGENROEDER. Emille, 253 West 
Hoffman St., Baltimore, Md. (P.) 

HERQESHEIMER, Ella S., 803Vi Broad 
St., Nashville, Tenn. 
P.— Born Allentown, Pa. Pupil of 
PAFA under Cecilia Beaux and Chase; 
Prinet and Mucha In Paris. 

HER»NQ, Elsie Ward (Mrs. Henry 
Hering), 118 East 28th St., New York, 
N. Y. 

S.— Studied in Denver, Colo. Pupil of 
Augustus St. Gaudens. Awards: 
Silver medal. Charleston Exp., 1902; 
bronze medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

HERINQ, Emil, Rldgewood, N. J. (S.) 

HERING, Henry, 118 East 28th St., New 
York, N. Y. 
S. — Pupil of Augustus St. Gaudens. 

HERKIMER, Herman Gustave, 6 William 
St., Lowndes Square, London, Eng. 
P. — Born Cleveland, O. Pupil of Bou- 
langer and Lefebvre in Paris. Award: 
Hon. mention. Paris Salon. 1888. 

HERR, Laetitia (Neff), 111 East 56th St., 
New York, N. Y.; and Lancaster, Pa. 
I., P. — Born Lancaster, Pa., May 30, 
1881. Pupil of Chase. Mora, Beaux, 
Anschutz and McCarter at PAFA. 
Member: Fellowship PAFA. 

HERRICK, Ethel, 5407 Chester Ave., 
West Philadelphia, Pa. (P.) 

HERRING, Elsie T., 3822 Locust St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Min. P.— M ember: Fellowship PAFA. 

HERRMANN, Max, 246 Fulton St., Brook- 
lyn, New York. N. Y. (P.) 

HER8CHEL, 8. Frances, The Dupont, 
Washington, D. C. (P.) 

HERTER, Adele (Mrs. Albert Herter), 
130 East 67th St., New York. N. Y. 
P. — Born New York. Pupil of Cour- 
tols, Bouguereau and Robert-Fleury in 
Paris. Awards : Hon. mention, Pan- 
Am. Exp., Buffalo. 1901; bronze medal, 
St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

HERTER, Albert, 841 Madison Ave.; h. 
130 East 67th St., New York, N. Y. 
Mural P., C. — Born New York, March 2, 
1871. Pupil of ASL of N. Y., under 
Beckwith; Laurens and Cormon In 
Paris. Member: SAA 1894; ANA 
1906; AWCS; NYWCC; Mural P; N.Y. 



Arch.Lg. 1901; Salma.C. 1899; Century 
Assoc. Awards : Hon. mention, 
Paris Salon, 1890; medal, Atlanta Exp., 
1895; Lippincott prize, PAFA 1897; hon. 
mention, Nashville Exp., 1897; Evans 
prize, AWCS 1899; bronze medal, Paris 
Exp., 1900; silver medal, Pan-Am.Exp., 
Buffalo, 1901. Specialty, designing 
tapestries and textiles. 

HERZOQ. Lewis, 80 West 40th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

P.— Born Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 16, 
1868. Studied in London, Rome, Berlin, 
Diisseldorf, Munich and Venice. M e m- 
b e r : AC Phila. Awards : Gold 
medal, Munich; hon. mention, Berlin; 
bronze medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

HESS, Emma Kipling, 906 Tacoma Bldg., 
Chicago, 111.; h. 1824 Hinman Ave., 
Evanston, 111. 

P., T.— Born Chicago, Jan. 18, 1878. Pu- 
pil of AIC. Member: Designers' 
Alumni of AIC; SWA (Assoc); Chi- 
cago SA. Award: Bronze medal for 
miniatures, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

HESS, Mary Q. See Mrs. Karl A. Buehr. 

HEUERMANN, Magda, Fine Arts Bldg.; 
h. 2031 Fremont St., Chicago. 111.; sum- 
mer, Palisades Park, Mich. 
Min.P., I.. W., L.— Born Galesburg. 111. 
Pupil of F. H. C. Lammons in Chicago; 
Roth. Lenbach and Duerr in Munich. 
Member : Artists' Guild, Chicago 
SAC; Chicago Press League. 

Awards : Medals at New Orleans, 
Philadelphia, Atlanta, Columbian Exp., 
Chicago. 1893. Author of "How I Paint 
a Head," "Miniatures Old and New," 
etc. Represented in Carnegie Library, 
Joliet, 111., and in University of Iowa. 

HEUSTIS, Edna F. See Mrs. Simpson. 

HEUSTIS, Louise L(yon8), 63 East 56th 
St., New York, N. Y. 
Port. P., 1.— Born Mobile, Ala. Pupil of 
ASL of N. Y. under Chase: Julian 
Academy under Lasar in Paris. Mem- 
ber: N.Y. Woman's AC. 

HEUSS, Mrs. Zimmerman, 1949 West 
Lexington St., Baltimore, Md. (P.) 

HEWITT, Edwin H., 716 Fourth Ave., 
Minneapolis, Minn. (P.) 

HEWLETT, Joseph M., 298 Fulton St.; 
h. 209 Greene Ave., Brooklyn, New York, 
N. Y. (Mural P.) 

HEYSINQER, Ernest W., 1521 Poplar St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

P.. T.— Bom Philadelphia, 1872. Pupil 
of George R. Bon field and PAFA. 
Member: Phila. Sketch C. 

HIBBARD, Frederick Cleveland, 925 Baat 
60th St.; h. 6961 Washington Ave., Chi- 
cago. 111. 

S. — Born Canton, Mo., June 15, 1881. 
Pupil of AIC under Taf t. Member: 
ASL of Chicago. 



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HIBBEN, Helene, 5433 University Ave.. 
Indianapolis, Ind. (S.) 

HICKOK, Conde Wilson, Berwyn, 111. 
(P.) 

HICKS, Amy MalL 400 West 23d St., New 
York. N. Y. (P., C, T., W.) 

HICKS, Richard H(aviland), Flushing, L. 
I., N. Y.; summer, West Woodstock, 
Conn. 

P. — Born Trenton, N. J., Sept. 27, 1864. 
Pupil of PAFA. 

HIDALQO, Felix R(e8urrectlon), 66 Blvd. 
Arago, Paris, France. 
P. — Born Manila, Philippine Islands. 
Pupil of Scole des Beaux-Arts de 
Manila and Madrid. Awards : Medal, 
Madrid Exp., 1884; silver medal, Paris 
Exp., 1889; medal, Columbian Exp., Chi- 
cago, 1893; grand prize, St. Louis Exp., 
1904; diploma of honor. Barcelona Exp. 
Work: "L* Acheron," Mus6e Ultra- 
marino. Madrid; "Vierges Chretiennes 
ExporCes." Museum of Fine Arts, Valla - 
dolid; "Union of the Philippines and 
the United States," Ayuntamiento de 
Manila. 

HIQGIN8, Eugene, 1064 Madison Ave., 
New York, N. Y. 

P., S. — Born Kansas City, Mo., Feb., 
1874. Pupil of Laurens. Benjamin- 
Constant, G4r0me and Ecole des Beaux- 
Arts in Paris. 

HIQQINS, Victor, 1531 West Adams St.. 
Chicago, 111. (P.) 

HILDEBRANDT, Cornelia Ellis, 27 West 
67th St., New York, N. Y. (Min.P.) 

HILDEBRANDT, H(oward) L(ooan), 27 
West 67th St., New York, N. Y. 
P.— Born Allegheny, Pa., Nov. 21, 1872. 
Pupil of Ecole des Beaux-Arts under 
Constant and Laurens in Paris; NAD 
In Ne w Y ork. Member: Salma.C. 
1899: NYWCC; Lotos C; AWCS; Asso- 
ciated Artists of Pittsburgh. 
Awards: Evans prize. AWCS 1906; 
first honor, Associated Artists of Pitts- 
burgh 1911. Work: "Cleaning Fish," 
John Herron Art Institute, Indianapolis; 
represented in Lotos Club, New York 
City. 

HILDER, G. Howard, 43 Washington 
Square. South; h. 8 West 108th St., 
New York, N. Y. 

P.. I. — Born London, England, Sept. 28, 
1868. Pupil of Bouguereau, Ferrier, 
Dagnan-Bouveret. De la Gandara and 
Jacque in Paris; De Bock in Amster- 
dam. Member: St. Lucas Soc, 
Amsterdam. Holland. 

HILL, A(rthur) T(urnbull), 33 West 67th 
St.. New York. N. Y. ; summer, East 
Hampton, L. I., N. Y. 
Ldscp.P. — Born New York, April 26, 
1868. Pupil of Brooklyn Inst. Art 
School. Member: A.Fund S; Salma. 



C. Work: "The Dunes — Amagansett" 
and "The Marshes — Amagansett," Mu- 
seum of the Brooklyn Institute; "After 
a Storm," National Gallery. Washington. 

HILL, Carrie, 456 Hood Bldg.. Birming- 
ham, Ala. (P.) 

HILL, Clara, 808 17th St.; h. 1527 New- 
ton St., Washington, D. C. 
S. — ^Born in Massachusetts. Pupil of 
Augustus Saint Gaudens; Julian Acad- 
emy under Puech, and Colarossi 
Academy under Injalbert, In Paris. 
Member: S.Wash.A. Award: 
Grand prize, Seattle Exp., 1909. 

HILLBOM, Henrik, Wallingford, Conn. 
P. — Born Ekolsund, Sweden. April 3. 
1863. Pupil of ASL of N. Y.; Constant 
and Lefebvre In Paris. Member: 
Conn. Academy of Fine Arts; New 
Haven Paint and Clay C. 

HILLER, Lejarena, 151 West 23d St., 
New York. N. Y. 
I. — M ember: SI. 

HILLS, Laura Coombs, 66 Chestnut St., 
Boston. Mass. 

MIn.P. — Born Newburyport, Mass., Sept. 
7. 1859. Pupil of Helen M. Knowlton; 
Cowles Art School in Boston; ASL of 
N. Y. Member: SAA 1897; ANA 
1906; Boston WCC; Copley S. 1892; N.Y. 
Woman's AC; Am.S.Mln.P. (vice-pres.). 
Awards : Bronze medal, Paris Exp., 
1900; second Corcoran prize, S.Wash.A. 
1901; silver medal. Pan-Am.Exp., Buf- 
falo, 1901; silver medal, Charleston Exp., 
1902; gold medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

HIMMELSBACH, Paula B., 10 South 18th 
St.; h. 219 North 33d St., Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

P., I. — Born Leipzig. Germany. May 10, 
1878. Pupil of PAFA under Cecilia 
Beaux, Walter Appleton Clark and 
Mucha. Member: Phila. WCC ; Plas- 
tic C; Fellowship PAFA. 

HINCHMAN, Margaretta A., 3635 Chest- 
nut St.. Philadelphia, Pa. 
P., I.— Born Philadelphia. Pupil of 
Howard Pyle and Kenyon Cox. M e m- 
b e r : Plastic C. 

HINCKLEY, Robert, Belhaven-by-the- 
Ocean. Rehoboth Beach. Del. 
Portrait P. — Born Boston, April 3. 1853. 
Pupil of Ecole des Beaux-Arts and 
Carolus Duran in Paris. 

HIN8HAW, Glen Cooper, 125 West 56th 
St., New York, N. Y. (P.) 

HINTON, Charles Louis, Bronxvllle. N. Y. 
P., I.. T.— Born Ithaca, N. Y., Oct. 18, 
1869. Pupil of NAD under Will H. 
Low; GCrOme and Bouguepeau In Paris. 
Specialty, Juvenile subjects. 

HINTON, Clio. See Mrs. Wm. B. 
Bracken. 



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HIRSCHBERQ, Alice Kerr- Nelson (Mrs. 
Carl Hirschber^:). Tompkins Corners, 
Putnam Co., N. Y. 

P., I.— Born In England, Feb. 12, 1856. 
Came to New York in 1884. Pupil of 
Heatherley Academy In London; Cola- 
rossi Academy in Paris. 

HIR8CHBERQ, Carl, Tompkins Corners, 
Putnam Co., N. Y. 

P.. I. — Born Berlin, Germany, March 8, 
1854. Came to New York in 1860. Pupil 
of ASL of N. Y.; Ecole des Beaux-Arts 
under Cabanel in Paris. 

HIRSIQ, Alma M., 1664 Lexington Ave., 
New York N Y. 

Min.P.— Pupil* of Metcalf. Reid, Volk 
and Theodora W. Thayer in New York; 
Prinet, Courtois and Mme. Debiilemont- 
Chardon in Paris. 

HIRST, Claude Raguet, 12 East 16th St., 
New York, N. Y. 

P. — Born Cincinnati, O. Pupil of Agnes 
I>. Abbatt. George Smillie and Charles 
C. Curran in New York. Awards : 
First hon. mention, Syracuse, 1897; sec- 
ond prize, Syracuse, 1898. 

HITCHCOCK, D. Howard, 25 Judd St.. 
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. 
P., S., I.— Born Hawaii, May 15, 1861. 
Pupil of Bouguereau and Ferrier in 
Paris. Member: Kilohana Art Lg., 
Honolulu; Salma.C. 1904. 

HITCHCOCK, Cecil Jay (Mrs. George 
Hitchcock), 59 Rue de Provence, Paris, 
France. (Min.P.) 

HITCHCOCK, George, 59 Rue de Pro- 
vence, Paris, Francfe 
P. — Born Providence, R. I., Sept. 29, 
1850. Pupil of Lefebvre and Boulanger 
in Paris; H. W. Mcsdag in Holland. 
Member: ANA 1909; Paris SAP; 
Vienna Academy (cor.); Munich Seces- 
sion. Officer Order of Franz Josef. 
Awards : Hon. mention, Paris Slalon, 
1887; gold medal, Paris Exp., 1889; 
medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; 
medals. Berlin, 1896; Dresden, 1897; 
Vienna. 1898; Munich, 1900. Work: 
"Tulips," Dresden Gallery; "Mater- 
nity," McCuUough Gallery, London; 
"Tulips and Hyacinths," Municipal Gal- 
lery, Alkmaar, Holland; "Tulip Seller," 
Art Institute. Chicago; "Gathering Hya- 
cinths." Rhode Island School of Design, 
Providence, R. I.; "Farmers' Daugh- 
ters," Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, 
N. Y.; "The Lark," Art Gallery, St. 
I^ouis; "Calypso," Herron Art Institute, 
Indianapolis; "Flower Field." Art In- 
stitute. Minneapolis; "Spring Moon," 
Telfair Academy. Savannah. Ga.; "Toll- 
ers of the Sea," Imperial Collection, 
Vienna. 

HITCHCOCK, Lucius Wotcott, Premium 
Point Park, New Rochelle. N. Y. 
P.. I.— Born West Wllllamsfleld, C, Dec. 
2. 1868. Pupil of ASL of N. Y.; Le- 
febvre, Constant. I^aurens and Colarossi 
Academy in Paris. Member: SI; 



Salma.C. 1907. Awards: Silver medal 
for illustration, Paris. 1900; hon. men- 
tion. Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver 
medal for illustration and bronze for 
painting, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

HITCHNER, Mary, 24 South 17th St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. (P.) 

HITTLE, Charles J., 808 Turk St., San 
Francisco, Cal. 

P. — Born San Francisco, Aug. 4, '1861. 
Pupil of San Francisco School of De- 
sigm; Munich Academy; Julian Academy 
in Paris. Specialty, Western life. 
Work: Seven paintings in Museum of 
Natural History, New York. 

HITTLE, Margaret A., 4744 Magnolia 
Ave., Chicago, lU. (Etcher.) 

HODGE, Margaret, Garrett Park, Md. 
(P.) 

HODGES, George S(chuyler), Pine Lake 
Studio. R. F. D. No. 3, Pontiac, Mich. 
P. — Born Pontiac. Mich.. March 3, 1864. 
Pupil of Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris 
under G6r0me. 

HOEBER, Arthur, 96 Fifth Ave., New 
York, N. Y.; h. Nutley, N. J.; summer, 
Ogunquit, Me. 

P., W., L.— Born New York, July 23, 
1854. Pupil of ASL of N. Y. under 
Beckwith; Ecole des Beaux- Arts, under 
G6r6me in Paris. Member: ANA 
1909; Salma.C. 1900; Lotos C. Award: 
Hon. mention, Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo, 
1901. Art critic of New York "Evening 
Globe." 

HOFFBAUER, Charles, 12 West 44th St., 
New York, N. Y.; summer, 70 bis 
Rue Notre-Dames-des-Champs, Paris, 
France. 

P. — Born Paris, France, June 28, 1875. 
Pupil of Gustave Moreau and Cormon 
in Paris. Member: Soci4t6 des 
Artistes Franqais; Soci6t6 Internatio- 
nale. Awards : Hon. mention, Paris 
Salon, 1898; second class medal. Paris 
Salon, 1899; bronze medal, Paris Exp., 
1900; Bourse de Voyage, 1902; Prix Rosa 
Bonheur, 1902; Prix National du Salon. 
1906. Work: "Les Gueux," Museum 
of Rouen; "The Roof Garden," Carnegie 
Institute. Pittsburgh; "Revoke de 
Flamands," Memorial Hall, Philadel- 
phia; "Coin de Batallle." Luxembourg, 
Paris; "Sur les Toits," National Gallery, 
Sydney, N. S. Wales. 

HOFFMAN, Harry Leslie, 33 West 67th 
St., New York, N. Y.; summer, Lyme, 
Conn. 

P. — Born Cressona. Pa. Pupil of Du 
Mond in New York; Laurens in Paris. 
Member: Salma.C. 1908. 

HOFFMAN, Malvlna, 115 East 34th St.. 
New York, N. Y. 
S. — Born in New York. 

HOFFSTETTER, W. A., 1445 South 63d 
St.. Philadelphia, Pa. (P.) 



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HOFSTEN, H. von, Winnetka, 111. 
P., I. — Born in Sweden. June 20, 1865. 
Pupil of the Royal Academy in Stock- 
holm. 

HOKE, Martha, 3816 Castleman Ave., St. 
Louis, Mo. (P.) 

HOLBERQ, Ludvig O., 398 18th Ave., 
Milwaukee. Wis. 

P.. I. — Born Trondjhem, Norway, Aug. 
27, 1878. Pupil of Julian and Colarossi 
academies in Paris. Illustrated **The 
Heart of a Geisha." 

HOLLAND, Marie, 820 Christian Place, 
Indianapolis. Ind. (P.) 

HOLLOWAY, Edward Stratton, 250 South 
13th St., Philadelphia. Pa. 
I., P., C. — Born Ashland, Green Co., N. 
Y. Pupil of PAFA. Award : Bronze 
medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. Art di- 
rector J. B. Lippincott & Co. since 1891. 
Illustrated "Newport, Our Social Capi- 
tal." "Flowers in the Paos," "The 
Golden Heart," "Joyce of the Jas- 
mines," etc. 

HOLLOWAY, Ida H(olterhoff) (Mrs. 
George C. Holloway), Norway Ave., 
Avondale, Cincinnati, O. 
P.. I.. C. — Born Cincinnati. Pupil of 
Cincinnati Art Academy under Frank 
Duveneck. Member: Cincinnati Wo- 
man's AC; The Crafters C, Cincinnati; 
San Francisco Sketch C. 

HOLM, Victor S., School of Fine Arts, 
Washington University, St. Louis, Mo. 
S., T. — Born Copenhagen, Denmark, Dec. 
6, 1876. Pupil of AIC under Lorado 
Taft: Philip Martiny in New York. 
Member: SWA (Assoc). 

HOLMAN, Louis A., 201 Columbus Ave., 
Boston, Mass. (P.) 

HOLME, Lucy D., 1523 Chestnut St.. 
Philadelphia. Pa. 

P.— Born Salem Co., N. J. Pupil of 
PAFA; studied in Paris. Member: 
Plastic C; Fellowship PAFA. 

HOLMES, Ellen A., 104 Auditorium Bldg.; 
h. 20 Loomis St.. Chicago, 111. 
P., T.— Born Columbus, N. Y. Pupil of 
AIC under Henry F. Spread and Annie 
C. Shaw. 

HOLMES, Rhoda Carleton Marian. See 
Mrs. NIcholls. 

HOLMES, Victor, School of Fine Arts, 
Washington Univ., St. Louis. Mo. (P.) 

HOLMES, William H., 1444 Belmont St., 
Washington, D. C. 

P.— M ember: S. Wash. A. ; Wash. WCC. 
Awards : First Corcoran prize. Wash. 
WCC 1900; Parsons prize. Wash. WCC 
1902. Curator National Gallery, Smith- 
sonian Institution. Work: "Midsum- 
mer," Corcoran Gallery, Washington, 
n. r. Curator. National Gallery of Art, 
Smithsonian Institution. Washington. 



HOLT, Winifred, 44 East 78th St., New 
York. N. Y. 

S. — Born New York. Pupil of Tren- 
tanove and Augustus Saint Gaudens; 
also studied in Italy. 

HOLTERHOFF, Ida. See Mrs. George 
C. Holloway. 

HOLZER, J. A., 59 Washington Square, 
S., New York, N. Y. 

Mural P., S. — Born Berne, Switzerland, 
Oct. 30, 1858. Pupil of Fournler and 
Bernard in Paris. Member: N.Y. 
Arch.Lg. 1894. Award : Columbian 
Exp.. Chicago. 1893. Work: "Homer." 
mural decoration. Princeton University, 
Princeton, N. J.; a frieze, "Marquette 
and Joliette," Chicago Historical So- 
ciety; mosaic windows at Troy, N. Y.. 
and at Providence. R. I. 

HOOD, G. H., care of F. A. Stokes Co., 
New York, N. Y. (I.) 

HOOKER, Margaret Huntington, 1255 St. 
Paul St., Rochester, N. Y. 
I. — Born Rochester, June 10, 1869. Pu- 
pil of ASL and Metropolitan Sohool in 
New York; studied in Paris and Lon- 
don. On staff "New York Tribune*' 
1897. 

HOOPER, Mrs. Annie Blakeslee, 59 Fifth 
Ave., New York, N. Y. 
P., I., C— Born in California. Pupil 
of San Francisco Art School; ASL of 
N. Y. and Charles Melville Dewey. 
Member: NYWCC. 

HOOPER, Qrace, Hotel Oxford, Boston, 
Alass 

S., P., T. — Born Boston, Nov., 1850. Pu- 
pil of Cyrus Dallin In Boston; Injalbert 
in Paris. 

HOOPER, Katherlne. See Mrs. H. L. 
Prescott. 

HOOPER, Will Phillip, 59 Fifth Ave., New 
York, N. Y. 

P., I.— Born Biddeford, Me. Pupil of 
Benjamin FItz and ASL of N. Y. 
Member: NYWCC. 

HOOVER, Bessie M., 1906 Falrmount 
Ave., Cincinnati, O. (P.) 

HOPE, Leona, 606 Frances St., Madison, 
Wis. 

P., T. — Born Meadville. Pa., Jan. 26, 
1873. Pupil of Pratt Inst. In Brooklyn; 
Rhode Island School of Desigm in Provi- 
dence. 

HOPKINS, Mrs. Edna Boles, 55 Rue de 
Dantzlg, Paris, France. 
Engr. — Born in Michigan. 

HOPKINS, George E(dward), 327 West 
Morgan St., Raleigh. N. C. 
P., T. — Born Covington, Ky.. July SO, 
1855. Pupil of Munich Academy under 
Gabl and Hockl; studied in Florence and 
Venice. 



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HOPKINS, James R., 2 Passage de Dant- 
sig, Paris, France; and Mechanics- 
burg. O. 

P.—Bom In Ohio, 1878. Pupil of Cln- 
Qimnati Art Academy. Member: 
Paris AAA. Award: Llppincott prize, 
PAFA 1908. Work: "The Friends/^ 
Wilstach Gallery, Philadelphia. 

HOPKINS, Mark, Giverny-par-Vernon, 
Eure, France; and WiUiamstown, Mass. 
S. — Born WilUamstown, Mass., Feb. 9, 
1881. Pupil of Frederick MacMonnies. 
Member: Socl4t6 des Artistes Fran- 
cals; Union Internationale des Beaux- 
Arts. 

HOPKINSON, Charles S(idney), Fenway 
Studios, 30 Ipswich St., Boston, Mass.; 
h. Manchester, Mass. 
P. — Born Cambridge, Mass., July 27, 
1869. Pupil of ASL of N. Y. Mem- 
ber: SAA 1898; Copley S. 1898. 
Awards: Bronze medal, Pan-Am. 
Exp., 1901; bronze medal, St. Louis 
Exp., 1904; second prize ($200), Worces- 
ter Museum, 1902 and 1905. 

HOPPIN, Tracy, 173 East 80th St., New 
York. N. Y. (P.) 

HOPSON, William Fowler, 730 Whitney 
Ave., New Haven, Conn. 
Engr. — Born Watertown, Conn., Aug. 30, 
1849. Pupil of L. Sanford in New 
Haven; J. D. Felter and August Will 
in New York. Member: Groller C, 
New York; Ex-Libris Soc.of London; 
Rowfant C, Cleveland; Acorn C. and 
Paint and Clay C, New Haven; Odd 
Volume C, Boston. Award : Hon. 
mention for copper engraving, Pan-Am. 
Exp., Buffalo, 1901. Specialty, book- 
plates. 

HO RE, Ethel. See Mrs. John Townsend. 

HORNBY, Lester GCeorge), 27 Rue de 
I'Yvntte, Paris, France. 
I., Engr., P. — Born Lowell, Mass., March 
27, 1882. Pupil of R. I. School of Design, 
Providence; Pape School, Boston; ASL 
of N. Y.; Laurens and others in Paris. 
Illustrated "Old Marblehead," "Sketch- 
book of London," etc. Director Paris 
AAA 1907-8. 

HORSFALL, Robert Bruce, Guyot Hall, 
Princeton Univ., Princeton, N. J. 
I. — Born Clinton, Iowa, Oct. 21, 1869. 
Pupil of J. M. Stich in Clinton, la.; Cin- 
cinnati Academy; Gysls at Royal Acad- 
emy, Munich; Colarossi Academy in 
Paris. Specialty, ornithological illustra- 
tions. Prepared twelve habitat groups 
for American Museum of Natural His- 
tory. Illustrated •'Wild Life Near 
Home," "Roof and Meadow," etc. 

HORTER. Earl, 254 West 23d St., New 
York, N. Y. 
I« — ^M ember: SI. 

HORTON, William S(amuel), 64 Rue de 
la Rochefoucauld, Paris, France. 
P.. W. — Born Grand Rapids, Mich., Nov. 



16, 1865. Pupil of ASL and NAD in New 
York; Laurens and Julian Academy in 
Paris. Member: NYWCC; Cercle 
Volney and Salon d'Automne, Paris. 
Work: "Good Friday in Seville," 
Luxembourg Museum, Paris, France. 

HOSKING, Arthur N., 200 West Wayne 
Ave., Wayne, Pa. 

I., Etcher, P. — Bom Liberty, Md., April 
5, 1874. Pupil of AIC. 

HOSKIN8, Gayle. 11 East 8th St., WU- 
mington, Del. (I.) 

HOUGHTON. Sara Gannett, Leicester. 
Mass. (P.) 

HOUSTON, Helene, care of American Art 
Company, 125 Blvd. du Montparnasse, 
Paris, France. 

P. — Born Los Angeles, Cal. Pupil of 
AIC. 

HOUSTON, Nora, 314 Main St., Rich- 
mond, Va. 



P. — A ward: Hon. mention for 
trait, Appalachian Exp., Knoxville 



por- 
, 1910. 



HOVENDEN, Helen C, Plymouth Meet- 
ing, Pa. (P.) 

HOVENDEN, Martha, Plymouth Meeting, 
Pa. (S.) 

HOWARD, B. K., New Ashford, MaM. 
P., T.— Born Fort Collins, Colo., Sept. 
30, 1872. Pupil of Boston Museum School 
under Tarbell and of C. H. Davis. 

HOWARD, Clara F(rances), Stuyvesant 
Chambers, 20 Gramercy Park, New 
York, N. Y.; summer, Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y. 

Min.P., T. — ^Born Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 
Dec. 5, 1866. Pupil of NAD and ASL of 
N. Y. under Brush and Chase. M e m- 
ber: N.Y. Woman's AC; Am.S.Min.P. 

HOWARD, Edith Lucille, 524 Walnut St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. (P.) 

HOWARD, Marlon, 319 Marlboro St., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Ldscp.P. — Bom Roxbury, Mass., 1883. 
Pupil of Boston Museum School under 
Tarbell, Benson and Hale; also of 
Edward H. Barnard. 

HOWARD, Mary R. Bradbury (Mrs. J. G. 
Howard), 1711 Euclid Ave., Berkeley, 
Cal. 

P. — Born Cambridge, Mass., Dec. 22, 
1864. Pupil of ASL of N. Y.; D^l^cluse 
Academy in Paris. Member: N.Y. 
Woman's AC. 

HOWE, J. Theodore, care of Salmagundi 
Club. 14 West 12th St., New York, N. Y. 

Marine P. — Born Boston, Mass.^ 1870. 

Pupil of NAD. Member: NYWCC; 
Salma.C. 1897. 

HOWE, Samuel, 122 West 11th St., New 
York. N. Y. (Mural P.) 



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HOWE, William H(enry), Lawrence Park. 
BronxvlUe. N. Y. 

P. — Born Ravenna, O., 1846. Pupil of 
Otto de Thoren and Vuillefroy In Paris. 
Member: ANA 1894. NA 1897; SAA 
1899; Nat.Inst.A.L.; Salma.C. 1891: A. 
Fund S; Lotos C. Awards: Hon. 
mention, New Orleans Exp., 1885; hon. 
mention, Paris Salon, 1886; third class 
medal, Paris Salon, 1888; silver medal, 
Paris Exp., 1889; Temple gold medal, 
PAFA 1890; grand gold medal. Crystal 
Palace. London, 1890; gold medal, Bos- 
ton, 1890; medal. Columbian Exp., Chi- 
cago. 1893; gold medal, California Mid- 
winter Exp., 1894; gold medal, Atlanta 
Exp., 1895; OfRcier d'AcademIe, Paris, 
1896; Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
1899; silver medal, Pan-Am.Exp., Buf- 
falo, 1901. Specialty, landscapes with 
cattle. Work: "My Day at Home," 
National Gallery, Washington, D. C. 

HOWELLS, Mildred, 130 West 57th St., 
New York, N. Y. 

P., I. — Born Cambridge, Mass., Sept. 26, 
1872. Pupil of Dennis M. Bunker and 
Abbott H. Thayer. 

HOW ITT, John Newton, 147 West 23d St., 
New York, N. Y. 
I., P. — M ember: SI. 

HOW LAND, George, 169 Blvd. St. Ger- 
main, Paris, France. 
P.~Born New York, Feb. 12, 1865. Pu- 
pil of Constant, Laurens and Collin In 
Paris. 

HOXIE, Vinnie Ream (Mrs. Richard L. 
Hoxie), 1632 K St., N. W., Washington, 
D. C. 

S.— Born Madison, Wis., Sept. 25, 1847. 
Pupil of Bonnftt In Paris; Majoll In 
Rome. Work: "Lincoln," In Rotunda 
of Capitol, Washington, D. C, and many 
portrait busts. 

HUBBARD, Frank McKinney, Indian- 
apolis News, Indianapolis, Ind. 
I. — Born Bellefontaine. O., 1868. Carica- 
turist on "News" since 1891. 

HUBBARD, Mary W(ii8on), 169 East 62d 
St. New York, N. Y. 
P.— Born Springfield. Mass., April, 1871. 
Pupil of ASL of N. Y.; Constant In 
Paris. Member: N.Y. Woman's AC. 

HUBBELL, Henry Salem, 1 Lexington 
Ave., New York, N. Y. 
P. — Born Paola, Kan., Dec. 25, 1870. 
Pupil of AIC; Whistler, Collin, Laurens 
and Constant in Paris. Member: 
ANA 1906; Paris SAP; Port.P.; SWA; 
NAC. Awards : Hon. mention, Paris 
Salon, 1901; third class medal. Paris 
Salon, 1904; silver medal, St. Louis Exp., 
1904; third prize, Worcester (Mass.) 
Museum, 1905; third Harris prize and 
bronze medal, AIC, 1910. Work: "Child 
and Cat." Luxembourg. Paris; "The Sa- 
movar." Museum of Lille, France; "Lark- 
spurs," Government Collection, France; 
"The Brasses," Wilstach Collection. 
Philadelphia; "Paris Cabman," Union 
League Club, Philadelphia; "Woman 
with Fan," Art Association, Grand 
Rapids. 



HUDSON, Charles W(llllam), Hyde Park, 
Boston, Mass. 

P.— Born Boston, Aug. 21. 1871. Pupil 
of Boston Museum School under Grund- 
mann, Tarbell and Bens on. M e m- 
b e r : Boston WCC; NYWCC. 

HUDSON, Elmer F(orrest), 244 Riverside 
Drive, New York. N. Y.; summer, Mon- 
hegan Island. Me. 

Marine P. — Born Boston, Aug. 14. 1862. 
Member: Boston AC; Copley S. 1895. 

HUFFINGTON, John C, Darlen, Conn. 
P., I., T.— M ember: NYWCC. 

HUGHES, George, 6 Rue Huyghens. 
Paris, France. 

P. — Born in New York. Pupil of Bon- 
nftt and Laurens in Paris. 

HUGY, Alice E., 612 Cherokee Ave.. St. 
Paul, Minn. (P.) 

HULBERT, Charles Allen, South Egre- 
mont, Mass. 

P. — Born Mackinac Island, Mich. Pu- 
pil of PAFA; Metropolitan Museum Art 
School, and Artist -Artisan Institute in 
New York. Work: "The Old Trunk," 
Public Library, Erie, Pa. 

HULBERT, Katherlne Allmond (Mrs. 
Charles A. Hulbert), South Egremont, 
Mass. 

P. — Born in Sacramento Valley, Cal. 
Pupil of San Francisco School of De- 
slgm; NAD and John Ward Stlmson 
in New York. 

HUMPHREY, David W., 45 Washington 
Square, S., New York, N. Y. 
P., I.— Bom Elkhorn, Wis., Feb. 28, 
1872. Pupil of AIC; Julian Academy 
and Whistler In Paris. 

HUMPHREYS, Albert, 7 West 14th St., 
New York, N. Y.; summer, Province- 
town, ]!||fass. 

P., S. — Born near Cincinnati, O. Pupil 
of G4r6me, Robert -Fleury and Alexan- 
der Harrison in Paris. Member: 
Paris AAA; Phila. -Sketch C. 
Awards : Landscape prize, Paris 
AAA. Specialty, small animal groups. 
Represented by a painting In Detroit 
Museum of Art. 

HUMPHRISS, Charles H., 503 West 173rd 
St., New York, N. Y. 
S.— M ember: NSS. 

HUNT, E. Aubrey, Cleveland, Falrllght 
Road. Hastings. Sussex, England. 
P. — Born Weymouth, Mass., Feb. 7, 
1855. Pupil of GCrOme in Paris. Mem- 
ber: English Art Club, London. 

HUNT, Esther Anna, 4 Rue de Chevreuse, 
Paris, France. 
P.— Pupil of Wm. M. Chase. 

HUNT, Leigh, 45 West 11th St.. New 
York, N. Y.; summer, Housatonlc. Mass. 
Etcher, T., W., L.— Born Galena, 111.. 
May 19. 1858. Pupil of Henry Farrer. 
Member: A.Fund S (sect.); Salma.C. 
1897 (rec. sect.); Black and White C; 
Artl et Amicltae, Holland (cor.). In- 
structor, College of the City of New 
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HUNT, Thomas, 55 West 109th St., New 
York, N. Y. (P.). 

HUNT, Una Clarke (Mrs. Arthur P. 
Hunt), 5 Chelsea Square, New York, 
N. Y.; summer, Pasaconaway, N. H. 
P., I. — Born Cincinnati, O., Jan. 6, 1876. 
Pupil of Boston Museum School and 
Denman W. Ross. Member: Wash. 
WCC. Work: Reredos In St. Michael's 
Church, Geneseo, N. Y. 

HUNTER, David, Northwestern Terra 
Cotta Co., Chicago. 111. 
S., C. — Born in England, August, 1865. 
Pupil of AIC and John Gelert in Chi- 
cago. Member: Palette and Chisel 
C; Chicago Arch.C. Awards: Second 
prize, Arch.C, Chicago; first prize for 
relief at Springfield, 111. 

HUNTER, H. Chadwick, The Connecti- 
cut, Washinerton, D. C. 
P.— M ember: Wash. WCC. 

HUNTER, Isabel, Monterey, Cal. (P.) 

HUNTER, LIzbeth C(llfton), 68 West 
57th St., New York, N. Y. 
P. — Born Gllroy, Cal. Member: 
NYWCC; Boston WCC. 

HUNTER, Sara Katherlne, 617 West 
127th St., New York, N. Y. (MIn. P.) 

HUNTINQTON, Alonzo St. Qeorge, 3 Rue 
Mademoiselle, Versailles, Selne-et-Oise, 
France; and Room 6, Borden Block, Chi- 
cago, III. 

P., I. — Born Fort Leavenworth, Kan., 
June 2. 1868. Pupil of Bouguereau and 
Robert-Fleury In Paris. Member: 
Paris AAA. 

HURLEY, E(dward) T(imothy), Rook- 
wood Place. Cincinnati. O. 
P., Etcher. — Born Cincinnati, O.. Oct. 
10, 1869. Pupil of Cincinnati Art 
Academy under Frank Duveneck. 
Member: Cincinnati AC : Chicago 
SE; SWA; Richmond Art Assoc; 
Crafters Company of Cincinnati. 
Work: "Midnight Mass." Cincinnati 
Museum: etchings in Richmond (Ind.) 
Art Association. Art Association of 
Indianapolis. Detroit Museum of Art, 
Toledo Museum of Art. New York Pub- 
lic Library. 

HURLEY, Irene Bishop (Mrs. E. T. 
Hurley), 964 Hatch St., Mt. Adams. 
Cincinnati, O. 

Min.P. — Bom Colorado Springs, Colo.. 
Dec. 6. 1881. Pupil of Cincinnati Art 
Academy. Member: Cincinnati Wo- 
man's AC; SWA. 

HUTCHENS, Frank Townsend, 106 West 
BBth St., New York, N. Y.; h. Norwalk, 
Conn. 

P. — Bom Canandalgua, N. Y., June 7. 
1869. Pupil of ASL of N. Y.. under 
Wiles, Du Mond and Mowbray; Julian 
Academy under Constant and Laurens, 
and Colarossl Academy In Paris. 
Member: Paris AAA; Salma.C; ASL 



of N. Y. Work: "Betrayal of Christ." 
Carnegie Library, Sioux Falls, S. Dak.; 
portrait of Gen. Edgar S. Dudley, Mu- 
seum at West Point, N. Y. 

HUTCH INS, John E., 709 Putnam Ave., 
Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. (P.) 

HUTCHISON, F. W., 46 East 59th St., 
New York, N. Y. 
P. — M ember: Salma.C. 1906. 

HUTT, Henry, Life Bldg., 19 West 31st 
St., New York, N. Y. 
I. — Born Chicago, Dec. 18. 1875. Mem- 
ber: SI. 

HYATT, Anna Vaughn, 126 East 80th St., 
New York, N. Y. 

S. — Born Cambridge, Mass., March 10, 
1876. Pupil of Henry H. Kitson in Bos- 
ton; H. A. MacNeil and Gutzon Borglum 
in New York. Member: NSS; Copley 
S. 1901; N.Y. Woman's AC. Awards : 
Bronze medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; 
third class medal, Paris Salon, 1910. 
Specialty, animals. Work: Four small 
bronzes at Metropolitan Museum, New 
York; "Lion," erected at Dayton, O. 

HYATT, Harriet Randolph. See Mrs. 
Mayer. 

HYATT, W. S., 131 North 20th St., Phila- 
delphia. Pa. (P.) 

HYDE, Hallle Champlln (Mrs. Edward B. 
Hyde), 4711 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, 
111. 
P. — Bom St. Louis, Mo. Pupil of AIC. 

HYDE, Helen, 8 Hlkawa Cho., Toklo, 
Japan; and 2846 Pierce St., San Fran- 
dsco Cal 

P., I.~Born Lima, N. Y., April 6, 1868. 
Pupil of Emll Carlsen in New York; 
Raphael Collin in Paris. Member: 
San Francisco Art Assoc. Specialty. 
Japanese subjects in colored wood 
blocks and etching. 

HYDE, Laura, 3 Square du Croisic, Paris, 
France. (P.) 

HYDE. Wiiilam H(enry), 66 East 91st 
St., New York, N. Y.; summer, Wind- 
sor. Vt. 

Port.P.— Born New York, Jan. 29. 1858. 
Pupil of Boulanger. Lefebvre, Doucet 
ana Alexander Harrison in Paris. 
Member: ANA 1900; SAA 1893; Cen- 
tury Assoc. Awards : Hon. mention, 
Paris Exp., 1900; bronze medal, Pan- 
Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901. 

HYETT, Will J., Carnegie Institute. 
Pittsburgh. Pa. (P.) 

IDE, Alice Steele, 43 Remsen St.. Brook- 
lyn, New York, N. Y. (S.) 

INQALLS, Frank, 6016 Ellis Ave., Chi- 
cago. 111. (S.) 



INQERLE, Rudolph F., 3212 Greenwood 
Terrace, Chicago, 111. (P.) 



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S.r Chestertown, 



INGHAM. Elizabeth Howell, 77 Irving 
Place, New York, N. Y.; summer, 76 
Dwight Place. Englewood, N. J. 
P., I. — Pupil of PAFA and Drexel Inst, 
in Philadelphia; Whistler and Robert 
Henri in Paris. Member: Phlla. 
WCC. 

INGRES, Maurice, 1226 G St., Washing- 
ton, D. C. (P.) 

IN NESS, George, Jr\, 51 South Washing- 
ton Square, New York, N. Y.; summer, 
Cragsmoor, Ulster Co., N. Y. 
P. — Born Paris, France, Jan. 4, 1853, of 
American parents. Pupil of his father, 
George Inness. Member: ANA 1893, 
NA 1899; SAA 1880; Boston AC; Salma. 
C. 1876 (Life 1899); A.Fund S; Lotos C. 
Awards : Gold medal, Paris Salon, 
1899; silver medal, Pan-Am.Exp., Buf- 
falo, 1901; silver medal, Charleston 
Exp., 1902; gold medal. AAS 1902. 
Work: "Shepherd and Sheep," Metro- 
politan Museum, New York. 

INSLEY, Albert, 51 West 10th St., New 
York, N. Y.; h. Nanuet, Rockland Co., 
N. Y. 
P. — Born Orange, N. J., 1842. 

INUKAI, K., 6602 Greenwood Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111. (P.) 

IPSEN, Ernest L., 119 East 19th St.. New 
York. N. Y. 

Port. P. — Born Maiden, Mass.. Sept. 5, 
1869. Pupil of Boston Museum School; 
Royal Academy at Copenhagen. M e m - 
ber: NAC; Boston AC. 

IRELAND, Harry C, 106 Ellery St., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 
P. — M ember : Boston AC. 

IRELAND, Mrs. Meta S., 126 West 104th 
St., New York, N. Y. (P.) 

IRISH, Margaret Holmes (Mrs. H. C. 
Irish); Missouri Botanical Gardens; 
h. De Greys Apts.. 2306 Klemm Ave., St. 
Louis. Mo. 

P. — Born Blenheim, Ontario, Canada. 
Pupil of St. Louis School of Fine Arts. 
Member: St. Louis Soc. of Artists; 
Woman's Art Lg. of St. Louis (ex- 
pres.). 

IRVINE, Wilson H., 2657 West 15th St.. 
Chicago. 111. 

Ldscp.P. — Born Byron. 111., Feb. 28, 
1869. Pupil of AIC. Member: Chi- 
cago SA; Chicago WCC; Cliff Dwellers; 
SWA (Assoc); Palette and Chisel C, 
Chicago. Work: "The Road." Art 
Institute of Chicago, Mun.AL purchase 
1911. 

ISHAM, Samuel, 4«1 Park Ave., New 
York, N .Y. 

P.. W.— Born New York, May 12, 1855. 
Pupil of Julian Academy in Paris under 
Jacquesson de la Chevreuse, Boulanger 
and Lefebvre. Member: SAA 1891; 



ANA 1900, NA 1906; NYWCC; N.Y.Arch. 
Lg. 1891; Nat.Inst. A.L. ; Salma.C. 1901; 
Century Assoc. Award : Silver medal, 
St. Louis Exp., 1904. Author of "Hist- 
ory of American Painting." 

IVANOWSKI, SIglsmund de. High Or- 
chard. Mountainside, N. J. 
Port. P.. I. — Born Odessa. Russia, Apr. 
17. 1875; came to U. S. in 1903. Mem- 
ber : SI; NAC. 

IVES, Percy, 22 West Mountain St.; h. 
502 Cass Ave., Detroit, Mich. 
Port.P., T. — Born Detroit, Mich., June 
5, 1864. Pupil of L. T. Ives; Bougue- 
reau. G^rOme. Lefebvre and Boulanger 
in Paris. Member: SWA; Detroit 
Art Assoc; Fellowship PAFA. 
Award : Hon. mention, Pan-Am.Exp., 
Buffalo, 1901. 

IZOR, Estelle Peele, "The Wellington." 
West Michigan St., Indianapolis. Ind. 
P.— Pupil of Forsyth and Steel in In- 
dianapolis; Freer and Vanderpoel in 
Chicago; Chase and Herter In New 
York; H. D. Murphy in Boston. Mem- 
ber: SWA. (Assoc). 

JACKMAN, Oscar F., Richmond Hill, 
L. L, N. Y. 
I. — M ember: SI. 

JACKSON, Annie H(urlburt). 20 Littell 
Road, Brookline, Mass. (Mln.P.) 

JACKSON, Charles Akerman, 13 Revere 
St.. Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
Port.P.— Born Jamaica Plain. Aug. 13, 
1857. Work: Mayors Olney and Mc- 
Guiness. Providence City Hall; Prof. 
Peck. Oberlin Coll.; Prof. W. P. Jenks, 
Brown Univ., etc. 

JACKSON, Frank H(enry), 63 Leaming- 
ton Road. Aberdeen, Mass.; summer, 
Etaples. Pas-de-Calals. France. 
P.— Born in England. Sept. 21, 1864. 
Member: Coplev S; Soc. of Odd 
Brushes; Boston AC. 

JACKSON, John Edwin, 207 East 17th 
St.. New York. N. Y. 
P.. I.— Born Eagleville, Tenn., Nov. 7, 
1875. Pupil of NAD under Maynard, 
Ward and C. Y. Turner. Member: 
SI. 

JACKSON, John P., Studio Bldg., Chi- 
cago, 111. (P.) 

JACKSON, (Miss) Lesley, "The Concord," 
Washington. D. C. 

P. — Born Rochester, Minn. Member: 
S.Wash.A; Wash.WCC: Wash.SFA. 
Award: Second Corcoran prise, 
Wash.WCC. 1905. 

JACKSON, Mabel C, 1722 Summitt Ave., 
St. Paul, Minn. (P.) 

JACKSON, William H. (Captain Jack- 
son). 40 Chestnut St., Boston, Mass. 
P. — Born Watertown, Mass., Aug. 13, 
1833. Pupil of Enneking, Juglaris, 
Sandham and Rimmer in Boston. 
Member: Boston AC. Specialty, re- 
ligious subjects. 



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JACOBS, Wlliiam L., 130 West 45th St.. 
New York. N. Y. 
I. — M ember: SI. 

JACOBSON, Oscar. Minnesota College, 
Minneapolis. Minn. (P.) 

JAEGERS, Albert, 2333 Broadway. New 
York. N. Y. 

S. — Born Elberfeld, Germany, March 28, 
1868. Self-taught. Member: NSS; 
N.Y.Municlpal AS. Award: Bronze 
medal. St. Louis Exp., 1904. Work: 
Figrures on New York Custom House; 
Baron Steuben statue. Washington. 
D. C. 

JAMAR, 8. Corlnna, Elkton, Cecil Co., 
Md. (Min.P.) 

JAMES, Alice Archer Sewall (Mrs. John 
H, James), 300 High St.. Urbana, O. 
P., I.— Born Glendale, O., Aug. 23, 1870. 
Pupil of Glasgow (Scotland) School of 
Art; Howard Helmick in Washington. 
Award : Second Corcoran prize, 
Washington WCC 1902. Illustrations 
for "Harper's," etc. 

JAMES, Faustina. See Mrs. John H. 
Kelly. 

JAMIESON, Agnes D., 475 Hassalo St.. 
Portland, Ore. (P.) 

JANES, Walter, 138 West 42d St.; h. 503 
West 131st St., New York, N. Y. (I.) 

JAN8SON. Alfred, 222 South Western 
Ave., Chicago. 111. 

P.— Born in Sweden, 1863. Studied In 
Stockholm and Paris. Member: 
Palette and Chisel C; Chicago SA. 

JANVIER, Catherine Ann Drinker (Mrs. 
Thomas A. Janvier). 222 West 59th St., 
New York N. Y. 

I.— Born Philadelphia. Pupil of PAFA; 
ASL of N. Y. 

JAQUES, Bertha E. Clauson (Mrs. W. K. 
Jaques), 4316 Greenwood Ave., Chicago, 

Etcher, Printer, W.. T. — Born Coving- 
ton, O., Oct. 24. 1863. Pupil of AIC. 
Member: Chicago SA; Chicago SE 
(sect.). 

JAY, Cecil. See Mrs. George Hitchcock. 

JEHN, John M., 154 West 55th St.. New 
York. N. Y. (S.) 

JENNEWEIN, Paul, 232 West 104th St., 
New York, N. Y. 

P., S. — A ward: Collaborative prize for 
sculpture, N.Y.Arch.Lg. 1912. 

JENNEY, E. W., 15 West 38th St., New 
York. N. Y. (P.) 

JE8SUP, Josephine, 324 West 57th St.. 
New York Iv. Y. 

P., I.— Born New York. Pupil of Wyatt 
Eaton. Member: N.Y. woman's AC. 

JOB, Herbert K., 291 Main St.. West 
Haven. Conn. (1.) 



JOHANSEN, John C(hristen). 62 Wash- 
ington Square, S., New York, N. Y. 
P. — Born Copenhagen, Denmark, Nov. 
25, 1876. Pupil of AIC; Duveneck; Ju- 
lian Academy in Paris. Member: 
ANA 1911; Port.P.; Salma.C. 1906; Mac- 
D.C. Awards : Municipal League Pur- 
chase prize and Young Fortnightly 
prize, AIC 1903; hon. mention, Arts C;. 
of Chicago 1903; silver medal, Chicago 
SA 1904; bronze medal, St. Louis Exp., 
1904; gold medal, Buenos Ayres Exp.. 
1910; Saltus gold medal, NAD 1911; hon. 
mention, C.I.Pittsburgh, 1912. Rep- 
resented in National Gallery. Santiago. 
Chili; "Piazza San Marco," Art Insti- 
tute of Chicago; "Fiesole," Public Gal- 
lery, Richmond, Ind. ; Museum, Dallas. 
Tex.; Conservative Club, Glasgow; Art 
Society, Syracuse, N. Y.; Union League 
Club, Chicago; Proteus Club. Des 
Moines, la.; ArchC Club, Chicago; Uni- 
versity Club, Chicago. 

JOHANSEN, M. Jean McLana (Mrs. John 
C. Johansen), 62 Washington Square, 
S., New York, N. Y. (See McLane.) 

JOHNSON, Mrs. Adelaide, 37 W^est 12th 
St., New York. N. Y.; and 20 Vicolo 
di San Niccolo da Tolentino, Rome. 
Italy. 

S.— Born Plymouth, 111. Pupil of Monte- 
verde and Fabi Altinl in Rome. 

JOHNSON, Carrie Rlxtord, 1813 Pierce 
St., San Francisco, Cal. (P.) 

JOHNSON. Clifton, Hadley. Mass. 
I.— Born Hadley. Jan. 25, 1865. Illustra- 
ted: White's "Natural History of Sel- 
bourne"; Barrie's "Window in Thrums," 
Blackmore's "Lorna Doone," etc. 

JOHNSON, (Miss) Content, 222 West 59th 
St., New York, N. Y. 
P. — Born Bloomington, 111. Pupil of 
Julian Academy under Constant and 
Laurens in Paris; N.Y.School of Art 
under Chase. 

JOHNSON, C. Everett, 83 Blvd. du Mont- 
parnasse. Paris, France. (P.) 

JOHNSON, Edyth A. B., 180 Clarendon 
Ave., New York, N. Y. (Min.P.) 

JOHNSON, Frank Tenney, 8 East 15th 
St., New York, N. Y. (P.) 

JOHNSON, Grace Mott. See Mrs. Bas- 
burg. 

JOHNSON, Margaret, 146 Cottage Ave., 
Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

I. — Born Boston, Mass.. Apr. 5. 1860. 
PupJl of Cooper Union and ASL in New 
York. Author and illustrator: "The 
Procession of the Zodiac," "A Bunch of 
Keys," etc. 

JOHNSON. Marshall, 184 Boylston St.. 
Boston, Mass. 

P. — Born Boston. Pupil of Lowell Inst, 
and Boston AC. Member: Boston 
AC; Copley S. 1900. 



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JOHNSON, Merle DeVore, 238 William 
St., New York, N. Y.: h. Douslaston, 
L. I.. N. Y. 

I. — Born Oregon City, Ore., Nov. 24, 
1874. Manager. Art Dept., "Evening 
Journal" since 1910. 

JOHNSON, Morton F., 42 Rue Descartes, 
Paris, France. 

P. — Born Boston. Pupil of Laurens in 
Paris. 

JOHNSTON, John Humphreys, Palazzo 
Contarini del Gaflfo, alia Madonna del 
Orto, Venice, Italy. 
P.— Born New York, Nov. 2, 1857. Pu- 

Eil of John La Farge in New York; 
efebvre and Doucet in Paris. Mem- 
ber: Assoc. Soc. Nat. des Beaux -Arts, 
Paris: Assoc. International Socof Paint- 
ers, Sculptors and Gravers, London; 
Paris SAP; Century Assoc. Awards: 
Temple gold medal, PAFA 1896; silver 
medal, Paris Exp., 1900; second gold 
medal, Munich, 1901; silver medal, Pan- 
Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901; Chevalier of the 
Legion of Honor, 1901; silver medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904. Work: "Moonlight 
— Pointe de Beg-Meil, Flnlstftre," Car- 
negie Institute, Pittsburgh; "Portrait of 
the Artist's Mother" and "A Seascape," 
Luxembourg Museum, Paris. 

JOHNSTON, Reuben Le Grande, 1426 
New York Ave., Washington, D. C. 
Ldscp.P. — Born Alexandria, Va., July 
27, 1850. Specialty, landscapes with 
animals. 

JOHNSTON, Mary V(lrginla) del C(a8- 
tlllo). 1822 New Hampshire Ave., Wash- 
ington, D. C; summer, Beltsville, Prince 
George Co., Md. 

P., I. — Born Puerto Principe, Cuba, 
Aug. 16, 1865. Pupil of New York 
School of Art under Henri. 

JOHNSTON, Ruth, The Purnell, Wash- 
ington, D. C. (P.) 

JOHONNOT, Ralph H., 119 Gates Ave., 
Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. (P., T.) 

JOINER, Harvey, 405 Equitable Bldg., 
Louisville, Ky.; h. Prather, Ind. 
P. — Born Charlestown. Ind., Apr. 8, 
1852. Self-taught. Member: Louis- 
ville Artists Lg. Specialty, Kentucky 
beechwoods. 

JONES, Annie Weaver, 1045 Forest Ave., 
Chicago. 111. 

P., I.— Pupil of AIC; ASL of N.Y.; La- 
sar, Collin and Merson in Paris. 
Member: Chicago SA; SWA (As- 
soc). 

JONES, Bayard, 40 West 28th St., New 
York. N. v.; h. Merrick, L. I., N. Y. 
I. —Born Rome. Ga., Oct. 9. 1869. Pupil 
of Laurens and Constant in Paris. 
Member: SI. 

JONES, Elizabeth Sparhawk. See Spar- 
hawk-Jones. 

JONES, Frances Devereux, "Springslde," 
Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



P., S., Arch. — Born New Orleans, La. 
Pupil of Sophie Newcomb College, New 
Orleans; John Twachtman and Howard 
Pyle. Member: Plastic C. 

JONES, Francis C(oates). 33 West 67th 
St., New York, N. Y. 
P., T. — Born Baltimore, Md., July 25, 
1857. Pupil of Boulanger and Lefebvre 
at Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. 
Member: ANA 1886, NA 1894 
(treas.); SAA 1882; AWCS; N.Y.Arch. 
Lg. 1888; Mural P; Nat.In8t.A.L. ; NAC; 
A. Aid S; Century Assoc. Awards : 
Clarke prize, NAD 1885; silver medal, 
Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901; Shaw pur- 
chase, SAA 1904; silver medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904. 

JONES, Grace Church, care of West Den- 
ver High School, Denver, Colo. (P.) 

JONES, H(ugh) Bolton, 33 West 67th 
St., New York, N. Y. 
Ldscp.P. — Born Baltimore, Md., Oct. 20, 
1848. Studied in France. Member: 
ANA 1881, NA 1883; SAA 1881; AWCS; 
Nat.Inst.A.L.: NAC; A.Fund S; Century 
Assoc. Awards : Bronze medal, 
Paris Exp., 1889; medal, Columbian 
Exp., Chicago, 1893; bronze medal, 
Paris Exp., 1900; Webb prize, SAA 1902; 
Shaw Fund prize, SAA 1902; gold 
medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. Work: 
"Spring" and "Autumn," Metropolitan 
Museum. New York; "Slpringtime," Cor- 
coran Gallery, Washington; "Sheep 
Pasture," Pennsylvania Academy of the 
Fine Arts, Philadelphia; "Landscape,** 
Brooklyn Institute Museum. 

JONES, Isabeile, 302 Church St., Cham- 
paign, 111. (P.) 

JONES, Leon F., R. F. D. No. 14, Con- 
cord, N. H. (P.) 

JONES, Seth C, 243 Cutler Bldg.; h. 411 
East Main St.. Rochester, N. Y.; sum- 
mer. Linden, N. Y. 

P., T. — Born Rochester, N. Y.. July 15, 
1853. Pupil of Wm. H. Holmes and 
Thomas Moran. Member: Rochester 
AC; Picture Painters C. 

JONES, Vernon H., Lebanon, O. (P.) 

JONES, Wilfred J., 132 East 19th St.. 
New York. N. Y.; summer, 225 Passaic 
St., Hackensack, N. J. 
P.. I.— Born Philadelphia. Pa.. Jan. 20, 
1888. 

JONGERS, Alphonse, 15 West 67th St., 
New York N. Y. 

Port. P. — Born in France, Nov. 17. 1872. 
Pupil of Ecole des Beaux-Arts under 
Delaunay and Gustave Moreau; studied 
two years in Spain. Came to U. 8. in 
1897. Member : SAA 1905; ANA 1906; 
Lotos C. Award: Silver medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904; third class medal. 
Parts Salon, 1909. Work: "William T. 
Evans," National Gallery, Washington, 
D. C; "Louise" and "Arthur H. Hearn," 
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JORDAN, David W(llson), 1430 S. Penn 
Square. Philadelphia, Pa.; h. Fort 
Washington, Pa. 

Ldscp.P. — ^Born Harrlsburg, Pa., June 2, 
1859. Pupil of PAFA under SchUssele 
and Eakins. Member: ACPhila. ; 
Phila.Sketch C; Fellowship PAFA. 

JORDAN, Mildred C, 129 Whalley Ave., 
New Haven, Conn. 

Min.P. — ^Born Portland, Me. Pupil of 
Tale School of Fine Arts. Member: 
New Haven Paint and Clay C. 

JOSEPH, J., 1931 Broadway, New York, 
N. Y. (P.) 

JOSEPHI, i(saac) A., 80 West 40th St.; 
h. 321 Riverside Drive, New York, N. Y. 
Min.P., Ldscp.P. — Born New York. Pu- 
pil of ASL of N. Y.; Bonnftt in Paris.' 
Member: AS Min.P. (ex-pres.); 
AWCS; Royal Soc. of Min.Painters, Lon- 
don; Salma.C. 1890; Lotos C. 
Awards : Hon. mention, Paris Exp., 
1900; silver medal, Charleston Exp., 
1902. 

JOULLIN, Am6d6e, Bohemian Club; h. 
221 Downey St., San FYancisco, Cal. 
P. — Born San Francisco, June 13, 1862. 
Pupil of San Francisco Art School; 
Ecole des Beaux-Arts and Julian Acad- 
emy in Paris, under Bouguereau and 
Robert-Fleury. Member: Bohemian 
C, San Francisco; Paris AAA. Mem- 
ber of the French Academy 1901, and 
Officer of Public Instruction, France, 
1905. Specialty, Indians. Work: 
"End of the Feud," Elks Club, Oakland, 
Cal.; "The Medicine Man." Bohemian 
Club, San Francisco; "Offering the Pipe 
to Thunder," Olympic Club, San Fran- 
cisco. 

JUDSON, Alice, Matteawan. N. Y. 
P. — Born Matteawan. Pupil of ASL of 
N. Y. and J. H. Twachtman. Mem- 
ber: Catharine Lorlllard Wolfe Art 
Students* Club. Work: Over mantle 
decoration. Administration Bldg., Mat- 
teawan; Landscape, State Hospital, 
Matteawan, N. Y. 

JUDSON, Almira, 123 Edgcwood Ave., San 
Francisco, Cal. (P.) 

JUDSON, Mrs. Minnie Lee, Main St., 
Stratford, Conn. 

P.— Born Mllford, Conn .Oct. 20, 1866. 
Pupil of Yale School of Fine Arts. 

JUDSON, William L(ees), College of Fine 
Arts, 212 Thome St.; h. 201 Avenue 66, 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

P., T. — Born Manchester, England, Apr. 
1, 1842. Came to U. S. 1852. Pupil of 
J. B. Irving in New York; Boulanger 
and Lefebvre In Paris. Pres. Arroyo 
Guild of Craftsmen, S. Cal. Hist. Soc. 
Dean College of Fine Arts, Univ. of 
Southern California since 1901. Author 
of "Building of a Picture." 



JUERQENS, Alfred, 213 South Grove 
Ave., Oak Park, 111. 

P. — Born Chicago, Aug. 5, 1866. Pupil 
of Chicago AD; Munich Royal Academy, 
under Gysis and DIez. Member: 
Chicago SA; Chicago WCC; Munich Art- 
ists Assoc; Artists Assoc, of Germany; 
Soclnter.des Beaux- Arts. Awards : 
Silver medal, Madrid and Munich. 
Work: "John the Baptist at the River 
Jordan" and "Suffer Little Children to 
Come Unto Me," St. Paul's Church. 
Chicago; "November Afternoon," Cliff 
Dwellers Club, Chicago. 

JUERGENS, Charles, 1228 Vine St., Cin- 
cinnati, O. (P.) 

JUNGE, Carl S., 330 Pease Court, Oak 
Park, 111. (P.) 

JUSKO, Jeno, 32 Union Square, New 
York, N. Y. (S.) 

JUSTICE, Martin, 33 West 67th St., New 
York, N. Y. 
I., P. — M ember: SI. 

KAAN, Emma, 86 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, 
N. Y. (P.) 

KAELIN, Charles S(alls), 1528 Elm St.; 
h. 1234 Jackson St., Cincinnati. O. 
P.— Born Cincinnati, Dec. 19, 1858. Pupil 
of Cincinnati Art School; ASL of N. Y. 
Member: Cincinnati AC; SWA. 
Work: "Pastel," Cincinnati Museum. 

KALDENBERQ, F(rederlck) R(obert). 96 
Fifth Ave.; h. 307 East 20th St., New 
York. N. Y. 

S., C— Born New York, June 7, 1855. 
Self-taught. Member: NSS; N.Y. 
Arch.Lg. 1898; NSC. Awards: 
Bronze medal, American Inst., New 
York. 1869; gold medal, Cincinnati, 1884. 
Specialty, ivory carving. 

KAMENSKY, Theodore, Clearwater, Fla. 
S. — Born St. Petersburg. Russia, 1836. 
Pupil of St. Petersburg Academy. Came 
to U. S. in 1872. Member: St. Peters- 
burg Acad.of Fine Arts 1863. Awards: 
Medals at London Inter. Exp. and 
Vienna Exp. Work: Crowning statue 
and two reliefs for Capitol, Topeka, 
Kan.; "The Little Sculptor" and "The 
Widow and Child," St. Petersburg 
Academy. 

KARFIOL, Bernard. 38 Oakland St., 
Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. 
P.— Born Brooklyn. Pupil of Laurens 
in Paris. Member: Paris AAA. 

KARFUNKLE, David, 161 Blvd. du Mont- 
parnasse, Paris, France; h. 1173 42d 
St., Brooklyn, New York. X. Y. 
P., S., Etcher. — Born Vienna, Austria. 
Pupil of NAD; Royal Academy In Mu- 
nich under Herterlcli. Member: 
Salma.C. 1907. 

KATO, Kantaro, 131 West 23d St., New 
York, N. Y. (P.) 



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KATOAKA, Qenjiro, Salmagundi Club, 14 
We«t 12th St., New York, N. Y. 
P., I.— Bom Aritl, Jai>aii, 1867. Pupil 
of J. H. Tw acht man in New York. 
Member: NYWCC; Salma.C. 1889. 
Award: Morgan prise, SalnuuC. 1905. 

KAULA, Leo Lufkin (Mrs. Wm. J. Kau- 
la), 311 Fenway Studios, 30 Ipswich St.. 
Boston, Mass. 

P.— Bom Brie, Pa. Pupil of C. M. 
Dewey in New York; Aman-Jean in 
Paris. Member: N.Y. Woman's AC. 

KAULA, Wlllism J(urian), 311 Fenway 
Studios, 30 Ipswich St., Boston, Mass. 
Ldscp.P. — Bom Boston, 1871. Pupil of 
Normal Art School and Cowles Art 
School in Boston; Col lin i n Paris. 
Member: Boston AC; NYWCC; Paris 
AAA; Boston WCC. 

KAUMEYER, George F., 3211 Prairie 
Ave., Chicago, 111. (P.) 

KAVANAUGH, Marlon. See Mrs. Elmer 
Wachtel. 

KAY, Gertrude A., 75 South Union Ave., 
Alliance, O. (I.) 

KECK, Charles, 148 West 36th St.. New 
York. N. Y. 
S.— M ember: NSS. 

KEELER, Charles B^ Jr., 5342 Washing- 
ton Ave., Chicago, 111. (P.) 

KEELER, Rolston. 204 West 121st St., 
New York. N. Y.; summer, Huntington, 
Suffolk Co., L. I.. N. Y. 
P.— Bom New York, Nov. 9, 1882. Pupil 
of NAD. 

KEEP, Virginia. See Mrs. Marshall 
Clark. 

KEFFER, Frances Alice, 740 16th St.. 
Des Moines, la. (P.) 

KEITH, Dora Wheeler (Mrs. B. Keith). 
33 West 67th St.. New York, N. Y.; and 
OnteorBj^ CatskiUs, N. Y. 
P.. I., C. — Born Jamaica, L. I., N. Y., 
March 8. 1857. Pupil of ASL of N. Y. 
and of Chase; studied in Paris. Mem- 
ber: SAA 1886; ANA 1906. Awards: 
Prang prize (|500), 1885; Prang prize 
(12,000), 1886; hon. mention. Pan- Am. 
Exp.. Buffalo, 1901. 

KELLER, Arthur l(gnatlus), 876 St. 
Nicholas Ave., New York. N. Y.; sum- 
mer, Cragsmoor, Ulster Co., N. Y. 
I., P.— Born New York, July 4. 1866. 
Pupil of NAD under Wllmarth and 
Ward: Loefftz in Munich. Member: 
AWCS; NYWCC; N.Y.Arch.Lg. 1897; 
NAC; SI (ex-pres.); Salma.C. 1900. 
Awards : Gold medal for water 
color, ACPhlla. 1899; silver medal, Paris 
Exp., 1900; bronze medal for drawings. 
Pan-Am.Bxp., Buffalo. 1901; Evans 
prize, AWCS 1902; second prize (|300), 
'Tlerald" Christmas competition, 1904; 
fUd medal for illustrations and silver 



medal for paintings, St. Louis Exp., 
1904. Work: "At Mass," Munich 
Academy. Illustrated: "The Virginian," 
"The Right of Way," Irvlng's "Legend 
of Sleepy Hollow," etc. 

KELLER, Charles F., 953 Bast 8th SL, 
Brooklyn. New York, N. Y. (P.) 

KELLER, Edgar, 560 West 171st St., New 
York. N. Y. (P.) 

KELLER, Henry Qeorge, 595 East Madi- 
son Ave., Cleveland, O. 
P. — Bom Cleveland, Apr. 3, 1870. Pupil 
of Bergman at Dtisseldorf; Balsche at 
Karlsruhe; Ziigel at Munich. Award: 
Silver medal, Munich, 1902. Specialty, 
animals. 

KELLER, Marie De Ford, 2218 North 
Charles St.; h. 2435 North Charles St.. 
Baltimore, Md. (P., L, T.) 

KELLOGG, Edmund P(hllo). MarshaU 
Field Co.; h. 1431 East 66th St., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

P.. I., T.— Bora Chicago. 1879. Pupil of 
Freer, Duveneck, Chase and Albert 
Herter. Member: Designers Alumni 
of AIC; Chicago SA. 

KELLY, Annie D., 1919 N St., N. W., 
Washington, D. C. 
P. — M ember: Wash.WCC. 

KELLY, Faustina James (Mrs. John H. 
Kelly), 5609 Wabash Ave., Chicago, m. 
Etcher. P. — Bom Dyersburg, Tenn., 
1876. Pupil of AIC; Art Academy, Chi- 
cago; Chase in New York. Member: 
Chicago ASL. 

KELLY, Hannah R., 1708 Chestnut St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Min.P. — Bom Paisley, Canada. Pupil of 
Ontario School of Art, Toronto; Cour- 
tols, Girardot and Blanc in Paris. 

KELLY, James E(dward). 318 West 57th 
St.. New York, N. Y. 
S., I. — Born New York. July 30, 1855. 
Pupil of NAD and ASL of N. Y.; Theo- 
dore Robinson and Carl Hirschberg. Il- 
lustrated for "Harper's," etc., until 
1881; since . exclusively sculptor. 
Work: "Monmouth Battle Monu- 
ment"; equestrian Qen, Sherman; "Col. 
Roosevelt at San Juan Hill." etc. 

KELLY, J. Redding, 217 West 125th St., 
New York. N. Y.; h. Yorktown, N. Y. 
Port.P.. T.— Born New York. Aug. 5, 
1873. Pupil of NAD. Member: 
Salma.C. 1898. 

KELLY, Susan W., The Woodley. Wash- 
ington, D. C. (P.) 

KEMBLE, E(dward) W(Indsor), RocheUe 
Park, New Rochelle. N. Y. 
I. — Bom Sacramento. Cal.. Jan. 18, 1861. 
Specialty, negro subjects. Illustrated: 
"Uncle Tom's Cabin." "Huckleberry 
Finn"; author "Kemble's Coons." 



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KEMP, Oliver, 1305 Franklin St.; h. 1105 
West 7th St., Wllmlnsrton, DeL; Bum- 
mer, Bowerbank, Me. 
I., P. — Bom Trenton, N. J., May 18, 
1876. PupU of Howard Pyle. 

KENDALL, Margaret (Stlcknev) (Mrs. 
Sersreant Kendall), 32 Kay St., New- 
port, R. I. 

Mln.P. — Bom Staten Island, N. Y., Nov. 
29, 1871. PnpU of J. Alden Weir. 
Rolshoven and Sersreant Kendall. 
Member: Am.S.Min.P. Award: 
Bronze medal, SL Louis Exp., 1904. 

KENDALL (William) Sergeant, 32 Kay 
SL, Newport, R. I. 

P., S. — Bom Spuyten Duyvil, N. Y., Jan. 
20, 1869. Pupil of ASL. of N. Y.; Eakins 
in Philadelphia; Ecole des Beaux- Arts 
and Merson in Paris. Member: SAA 
1898; ANA 1901, NA 1905; Nat.Inst.AL.; 
Century Assoc. Awards : Hon. men- 
tion, Paris Salon, 1891; medal, Colum- 
bian Exp., Chicago, 1893; Lippincott 
prize. PAFA 1894; hon. mention. Ten- 
nessee Centennial Exp., Nashville, 1897; 
second prize, Worcester Museum, 1900; 
bronze medal, Paris Exp., 1900; bronze 
medal, C.I. Pittsburgh. 1900; second 
prize. Worcester Museum, 1901; silver 
medal for painting, bronze medal for 
drawing and hon. mention for sculpture. 
Pan-Am.Bxp., Buffalo. 1901; Shaw prize, 
SAA 1901; Shaw Fund Purchase, SAA 
1903; gold medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; 
Isidor medal. NAD 1908; Harris prize, 
AIC 1908; Palmer gold medal. AIC. 1910. 
Work: "Beatrice," Pennsylvania 
Academy, Philadelphia; "The Seer" and 
"Psyche," Metropolitan Museum. New 
York; "An Interlude," National GkUlery, 
Washington; "Narcissa." Corcoran Gal- 
lery, Washington. 

KENNEDY, Lawrence, 1040 Fine Arts 
Bldg.; h. 339 42d St.. Chicago, lU. (P.) 

KENT, Ada Howe, 57 South Washington 
St.. Rochester, N. Y. 
P. — Bom Rochester. Pupil of Brush. 
Abbott Thay er and Whistler. Mem- 
ber: NYWCC; N.Y. Woman's AC. 

KENT, Rockwell, 165 West 23d St.. New 
York. N. Y.; summer. Monhegan. Me. 
(P.) 

KEPLINGER, Lons Miller, Bethesda. Md. 
(P.) 

KER. Balfour, care of Miss A. M. Pettee. 
79 Fifth Ave., New York. N. Y. (P.) 

KER, Marie SIgsbee. See Mrs. A. O. 

Fischer. 

KER LIN, Laura L., 1021 Vermont Ave., 
N. W., Washington, D. C. (P.) 

KERZE8KE, Ralph, 6004 Penn Ave., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. (P.) 

KE8ZTHELYI, Alexander 8., Forbes and 
Craig Sts., Pittsburgh. Pa. 
P.. I. — Bom Hungary, March S, 1874. 



Pupil of Herterich in Munich; Leffler in 
Vienna. Member of the Faculty of the 
Carnegie Schools, Pittsburgh. Pa. 
Awards : Harkanyi prize. Interna- 
tional Exp., Budapest, 1908; Rothschild 
prize, Vienna, 1908. 

KETCHAM. Merrill, 2934 Talbott Ave., 
Indianapolis, Ind. (P.) 

KETCHAM, Susan M., 1010 C^amegie HaU, 
New York, N. Y.; summer, Ogunquit, 
Me. 

P. — ^Bom Indianapolis. Ind. Pupil of 
ASL of N. Y., under Chase and Bell. 
Member: ASL. of N. Y.; N.Y. 
Woman's AC. Award: EUing prize, 
N.Y.Woman's AC 1908. Work: "A 
Young Student" and •'Beatrix," Art As- 
sociation, Indianapolis. 

KEY, John Ross, 517 Corcoran Bldg., 
Washington, D. C. 

P.. I. — ^Born Baltimore. Studied in 
Munich and Paris. Member: S. 
Wash.A. Award: Medal, Centennial 
Exp., Philadelphia, 1876. 

KEYSER, Ephralm, 2408 Linden Ave., 
Baltimore, Md. 

S., T.— Bom Baltimore, Oct. 6, 1850. 
Pupil of Royal Academies in Munich 
and Berlin. Member: NSS; Char- 
coal C. of Baltimore. Awards : Sil- 
ver medal, Munich Academy; first class 
medal. New Orleans Exp.. 1886. 
Work: Maj. Gen. Baron de Kalb. An- 
napolis, Md.; memorial to Pres. Chester 
A. Arthur. Rural Cemetery. Albany. 
N. Y.; "Psyche." life size marble, Cin- 
cinnati Art Museum; "Bust of Sidney 
Lanier." Johns Hopkins University. In- 
structor Rinehart School for Sculpture. 
Maryland Inst. 

KEYSER, Ernest Wise, 249 West 74th St., 
New York N. Y. 

S., P. — Born Baltimore, Md., 1874. Pu- 
pil of Maryland Inst. Art School in Bal- 
timore; ASL of N. Y.; Julian Academy 
in Paris; Augustus Skint Gtaudens. 
Member: NSS; Paris AAA; Arch. 
Lg. of N. Y. 1908. Work: "Enoch 
Pratt Memorial." Baltimore; Adm. 
Schley statue, Annapolis; "Sir (jta.lahad" 
for Harper memorial, Ottawa, Canada. 

KIEHL, Christine, Alma. Mo. 
S. — Bom in Missouri, 1886. Pupil of 
Zolnay In St. Louis. 

KILVERT, B. Cory, care of "Comer's 
Weekly," New York. N. Y. 
I. — Born Hamilton. Canada. 1879. Pupil 
of ASL of N. Y. under George Bridg- 
man. Member: ASL of N. Y. 
Awards : Prize of |500, Osborne 
Lltho. Co.; $250. Life Publishing Co. 

KIMBALL, Alonzo (Myron), 44 West 77th 
St., New York, N. Y. 
P., I. — Bom Oreen Bay, Wis., Aug. 14, 
1874. Pupil of ASL of N. Y.; Julian 
Academy in Paris, under Lefebvre, 
also Whistler and Courtois. Member: 
SI; Salma.C. 1908. 



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KIMBALL. Isabel Moore, 246 Fulton St.; 
h. 161 Smerson Place, Brooklyn, New 
York, N. Y.; aummer, Rlceville, la. 
S.— Born Wentworth, Mitchell Co., la. 
IHipil of Herbert Adams. Member: 
NAC. Work: "Wenonah" Fountain 
in Central Park, Winona, Minn. 

KIMBALL, Katherlne, care of Brown. 
Shipley & Co.. 123 Fall Mall. London, 
S. W., England. 

Etcher. — ^Bom New Hampshire. Pupil 
of NAD in New York. Member: 
Royal Soc. of Painters, Etchers and En- 
gravers, London (Assoc); Section de 
Gravure, Salon d'Automne, Paris; Chi- 
cago SE. Illustrated: O'Key's "Story of 
Paris," "of Brussels," "of Canterbury." 
Represented In South Kensington Mu- 
seum. London; complete set In Biblio- 
th6que d'Art et d'Arch^ologie, Paris. 

KINDLUND, Anna Belle Wing (Mrs. 
James Condie Kindlund), 17 East 59th 
St., New York, N. Y. 
P.— Born Buffalo, N. Y., Feb. 18. 1876. 
Pupil of Lucius W. Hitchcock in Buf- 
falo; George Bridgman in New York. 
Member: Buffalo Soc. of Artists; 
NSC. Awards: Hon. mention, Pan- 
Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; bronze medal, 
St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

KING, Charles B.. S14 Jefferson Ave., De- 
troit, Mich. (P.) 

KINQ, Emma B., 2118 Talbott Ave., In- 
dianapolis, Ind. 

P.— Horn Indianapolis. Pupil of Cox, 
Beckwith, Chase and ASL in New York; 
Boulanger, Lefebvre, Carolus-Duran 
and Frank E. Scott in Paris. Mem- 
ber: ASr. of N. Y.; N.Y.Woman's AC; 
SWA (Aasoc). Work: "Road in the 
Adlrondacks," Public Gallery, Richmond, 
Ind. 

KING, Daisy, 145 West 55th St., New 
York, N. Y. (S.) 

KING, Francis Scott, 106 South 7th St., 
Newark, N. J. 

Engr., P., I. — Born Auburn, Me.. March 
24, 1850. Pupil of John W. Orr and 
August Win in New York. Awards: 
Medal. Paris Exp., 1889; medal. Colum- 
bian Exp., Chicago. 1893; silver medal, 
Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901. One of the 
organizers of Soc. of Am. Wood Engr., 
and its secretary. 

KINQ, George Clinton, 11 Cambridge St., 
Rochoster, N. Y. 

P.— Born Sclplo. N. Y.. Aug. 14, 1854. 
Pupil of T.. M. Wiles. Member: 
Rochester AC; Rochester SA. 

KING, Hamilton, 27 West 67th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

P.. I. — Born Lewiston, Me., Dec. 21, 
1871. Pupil of Julian Academy in Paris. 

KINQ, James S., 333 Fourth Ave., New 
York, N. Y.; h. 798 Valley Road. Upper 
Montclair. N. J. 

Etcher, P. — Born New York, Dec. 26, 
1852. Pupil of Ecole des Beaux-Arts 



under G4r6ibe. Member: SalnuuC. 

1884. 

KING, Louise H. See Mrs. Kenyon Cox. 

KINQ, Mary A., 1434 Dearborn Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111. (P.) 

KING, M. E., Danville. Va. (P.) 

KING, Paul, 10 South 18th St., Philadel- 
phia; h. 279 West Tulpehocken St., Ger- 
mantown, Philadelphia, Pa. 
P.— Born Buffalo, N. Y., Feb. 9, 1867. 
Pupil of ASL of Buffalo; ASL of N. Y. 
under Mowbray. Member: Salma. 
C; A.C.Phlla.; A.Fund S; A.Aid S. 
Awards: Shaw prize, Salma. C. 1906; 
Inness prize, Salma.C. 1906; hon. men- 
tion. ACPhila. 1911. Work: "A Cool 
Retreat," Engineers' Club, New York; 
"Boulder Pass," Art Club of Philadel- 
phia. 

KINQ, S. Cecilia Cotter. (Mrs. W. A. 
King), Ironton, Lawrence Co., O. 
S., P. — Bom Tipperary, Ireland, Oct. 30, 
1874. Pupil of Cincinnati Art Academy 
under Sharp and Nowottny in painting, 
and Rebisso in sculpture. Member: 
SWA (Assoc.) 

KING, W. B., 118 East 2Sth St., New 
York, N. Y. 
I. — M ember: SI. 

KINGSBURY, Edward R(eynold8). 14 St. 
Botolph St., Boston. Mass.; summer, 
Ogunqult, Me. 

P., T. — Born Boston. Pupil of Mass. 
Normal Art School and Boston Museum 
School; studied in Paris. Member : 
Boston AC. Work: "Time and the 
World," mural painting In Charlestown 
(Mass.) High School. 

KINGSLEY, Chester S., 603 West 146th 
St., New York, N. Y. (P.) 

KINGSLEY, Elbrldge, Hadley. Mass. 
Wood Engr., P. — Born Carthage, O., 
Sept. 17, 1841. Pupil of Cooper Inst., 
New York. Member: Ruskln Art C, 
California; Klngsley Art C. of Califor- 
nia; Soc. of American Wood Engravers, 
New York. Awards: Gold medal, 
Paris Exp., 1889: medal, Columbian 
Exp., Chicago, 1893; gold medal, Mid- 
winter Exp., California. 1894. Collection 
of paintinfiTS and engravings in Dwight 
Art Bldg.. Mt. Holyoke College, South 
Hadley. Mass., and in Print Dept., New 
York Public Library. 

KINGSLEY, Norman W(llllam), Warren 
Point, N. J. 

S.— Born St. Lawrence Co., N. Y., Oct. 
26, 1829. Member: Lotos C. 

KINNEY, Margaret West (Mrs. Troy 
Kinney), 15 West 67th St., New York, 
N. Y. 

I.— Born Peoria, 111., June 11. 1872. 
Pupil of ASL of N. Y. ; Julian Academy 
In Paris under Robert-Fleury. Collin, 
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KINNEY, Troy, 15 West 67th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

I., Mural P. — Born Kansas City, Mo., 
Dec. 1, 1871. Pupil of AIC; N.Y.School 
of Art. Member: SI. Illustrated in 
collaboration with his wife: "The Ward 
of King Canute," "Sir Nigel," etc. Mu- 
ral decorations In Grand Opera House, 
Chicago; lobby of Hotel Baltimore, Kan- 
sas City. 

KINSELLA, James, 438 West 20th St.. 
New York, N. Y.; summer, Marblehead, 
Itfass 

P.— Born New York, Dec. 14, 1857. Pu- 
pil of NAD; Ecole des Beaux- Arts In 
Paris. Member: A.Aid S. Award: 
Silver medal. AAS 1903. Work: 
"Seven O'Clock from Manasquan," Mu- 
seum of Newark (N. J.) Technical 
School. 

KINSEY, Helen Falrchlld, 1418 North 7th 
St., Philadelphia, Pa. (P.) 

KIRK, Maria L(oulse), 4000 Chestnut St., 
Philadelphia. Pa. 

P., I.— Born Philadelphia. Pupil of 
PAFA. Award: Mary Smith prize, 
PAFA 1894. Work: Illustrations for 
Macdonald's "The Princess and the 
Goblin," "Hiawatha." etc.; "The Se- 
cret Garden." by Mrs. Burnett. 

KIRKHAM, Mrs. Charlotte, Woodley Inn, 
Washington, D. C. 

P., T.— Born in Michigan. Pupil of 
Douglas Volk; Julian Academy in Paris. 

KIRKPATRICK, Harriet, 181 Chittenden 
Ave., Columbus, O. (P.) 

KIRKPATRICK, Marlon Powers (Mrs. W. 
A. Kirkpatrick). See Powers. 

KIRKPATRICK, W. A., 30 Ipswich St., 
Boston. Mass. (I.) 

KIS8ACK, R. A.. 5918 Maple Ave., St. 
Louis, Mo. (P.) 

KITSON, H(enry) HCudson), 221 Colum- 
bus Ave., Boston, Mass.; h. Quincy, 
Mass. 

S.— Born Huddersfleld. England, Apr. 9, 
1865. Pupil of Ecole des Beaux- Arts in 
Paris under Bonnalssleux. Member: 
NSS; Copley S.1899; Boston SAC; Bos- 
ton AC. Awards: Three gold medals, 
Mass. Charitable Mechanics' Assoc. ; 
gold medal, American Art Assoc, New 
York, 1S86: bronze medal. Paris Exp., 
1889; medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 
1893: decoration from King of Rouma- 
nia; medal Paris Exp., 1900. Work: 
"The Minute Man," Lexington, Mass.; 
Hayes Memorial Fountain, Providence; 
W. H. Hunt Memorial, Boston; "Music 
of the Sea," Boston Museum. 

KITSON, Theo Alice Ruggles (Mrs. H. H. 
Kitson). 126 Dartmouth St., Boston, 
Mass.; h. Quincy, Mass. 
S.— Born Brookline. Mass., 1876. Pupil of 
H. H. Kitson in Boston; Dagnan-Bou- 
veret in Paris. Member: NSS. 
Award: Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 
1890; two medals. Mass. Charitable Me- 



chanics Assoc; bronze medal, St. Louis 
Exp., 1904. Work: "Minute Man of 
'76,"' Framlngham, Mass.; "Mother 
Bickerdyke" group for Illinois, etc. 

KLAW, Alonzo, Carnegie Hall, New York, 
N. Y.; h. Rochelle Park, New Rochelle, 
N. Y. (P.) 

KLEIN, Henry, 435 24th St.. Chicago, 111. 
(P.) 

KLINE, William F(alr), 244 West 14th 
St., New York, N. Y. 
Mural P., I., C. — Born Columbia, S. C, 
May 3, 1870. Pupil of NAD under Low 
and Ward, and of John La Farge In New 
York; Julian Academy, under Bougue- 
reau and Constant, and Colarossi Acad- 
emy In Paris. Member: ANA 1901; 
Mural P. Awards: Lazarus traveling 
scholarship 1894; silver medal. Pan -Am. 
Exp., Buffalo, 1901; Clarke prize, NAD 
1901; second Hallgarten prize, NAD 
1903; bronze medal for painting and gold 
for window, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 
Work: Crerar Memorial Window, Sec- 
ond Presbyterian Church, Chicago, 111. 

KLIPPART, Josephine, 275 East Town 
St., Columbus, O. 

P. — Born Osnaburg, O. Pupil of Colum- 
bus Art Assoc. 

KLOH8, Kate K. (Mrs. S. F. Klohs), Pa- 
los Park 111. 

P.— Born in Illinois, June 7, 1872. Pu- 
pil of AIC. 

KLOPPER, Zan(wlll) D(avld), 1642 West 
Division St., Chicago, 111. 
P., I. — Born in Russia, Oct. 20, 1870. 
Pupil of Julian Academy In Paris under 
Repin and Laurens. Is physician and 
makes specialty of anatomical drawings. 
Work: "Immaculate Conception," 
mural decoration In St. Mary's of the 
Woods. 

KLOTS, Alfred Partridge, The Washing- 
ton, Mt. Vernon Place, Baltimore, Md. 
(P.) 

KLUMPKE, Anna Elisabeth, Chateau-de- 
By, 12 Rue Rosa Bonheur, Thomery, 
Seine-et-Marne, France. 
P.— Bom San Francisco, Cal. Pupil of 
Rosa Bonheur, Robert -Fleury, Lefebvre 
and Julian Academy in Paris. Mem- 
ber: Copley S. 1893. Awards: Hon. 
mention, Paris Salon, 1885; silver medal, 
Versailles, 1886; Temple gold medal, 
PAFA 1889; bronze medal. St. Louis 
Exp.. 1904. Author of "Rosa Bonheur, 
sa vie son oeuvre." Work: "In the 
Wash House," Pennsylvania Academy, 
Philadelphia. 

KNAUFFT, Ernest, 435 Fourth Ave., New 
York, N. Y. 

I., T., W., L.— Born Summit, N. J., May 
9, 1864. Pupil of ASL of N. Y. 

KNECHT, K(arl) K(ae). Courier Bldg.; 
h. The Press Club, EvansviUe, Ind. 
Cartoonist. I.— Born Iroquois, S. Dak., 
Dec. 4. 1883. Pupil of AIC. On staff of 
"EvansviUe Courier." 



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KNECHT 



KINNEY, Troy, 15 West 67th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

I., Mural P. — Born Kansas City, Mo., 
Dec. 1, 1871. Pupil of AIC; N.Y.School 
of Art. Member: SI. Illustrated In 
collaboration with his wife: "The Ward 
of King Canute," "Sir Nigel," etc. Mu- 
ral decorations in Grand Opera House, 
Chicago; lobby of Hotel Baltimore, Kan- 
sas City. 

KINSELLA, James, 438 West 20th St., 
New York, N. Y.; summer, Marblehead, 
Mass. 
P.— Bom New York, Dec. 14, 1857. Pu- 

gil of NAD; Ecole des Beaux- Arts In 
arls. Member: A.AId S. Award: 
Silver medal. A AS 1903. Work: 
•'Seven O'Clock from Manasquan," Mu- 
seum of Newark (N. J.) Technical 
School. 

KINSEY, Helen Falrchlid, 1418 North 7th 
St., Philadelphia. Pa. (P.) 

KIRK, Maria Lrouise). 4000 Chestnut St.. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

P., I.— Born Philadelphia. Pupil of 
PAFA. Award: Mary Smith prize, 
PAFA 1894. Work: Illustrations for 
Macdonald's "The Princess and the 
Goblin." "Hiawatha." etc.; "The Se- 
cret Garden," by Mrs. Burnett. 

KIRK HAM, Mrs. Charlotte, Woodley Inn, 
Washington, D. C. 

P., T.— Born in Michigan. Pupil of 
Douglas Volk; Julian Academy In Paris. 

KIRKPATRICK, Harriet, 181 Chittenden 
Ave., Columbus, O. (P.) 

KIRKPATRICK, Marlon Powers (Mrs. W. 
A. Klrkpa trick). See Powers. 

KIRKPATRICK, W. A., 3D Ipswich St., 
Boston. Mass. (I.) 

KI8SACK. R. A.. 5918 Maple Ave., St. 
Louis, Mo. (P.) 

KITSON, H(enry) HCudson), 221 Colum- 
bus Ave., Boston, Mass.; h. Quincy, 
Mass. 

S.— Born Huddersfleld. England, Apr. 9, 
1865. Pupil of Ecole des Beaux- Arts in 
Paris under Bonnalssleux. Member: 
NSS; Copley S.1899; Boston SAC; Bos- 
ton AC. Awards : Three gold medals, 
Mass. Charitable Mechanics' Assoc; 
gold medal, American Art Assoc, New 
York, 1886; bronze medal. Paris Exp., 
1889; medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 
1893; decoration from King of Rouma- 
nla; medal Paris Exp., 1900. Work: 
"The Minute Man," Lexington, Mass.; 
Hayes Memorial Fountain. Providence; 
W. H. Hunt Memorial, Boston; "Music 
of the Sea," Boston Museum. 

KITSON, Theo Alice Ruggles (Mrs. H. H. 
KItson), 126 Dartmouth St., Boston, 
Mass.; h. Quincy, Mass. 
S.-=-Bom Brookllne. Mass., 1876. Pupil of 
H. H. KItson in Boston; Dagnan-Bou- 
veret in Paris. Member: NSS. 
Award: Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 
1890; two medals, Mass. Charitable Me- 



chanics Assoc; bronze medal, St. Louis 
Exp., 1904. Work: "Minute Man of 
'76,"' Framlngham, Mass.; ''Mother 
BIckerdyke" group for Illinois, etc. 

KLAW, Alonzo, Carnegie Hall, New York, 
N. Y.; h. Rochelle Park, New Rochelle, 
N. Y. (P.) 

KLEIN, Henry, 435 24th St., Chicago. 111. 
(P.) 

KLINE, William F(alr), 244 West 14th 
St., New York, N. Y. 
Mural P., I., C. — Born Columbia, S. C, 
May 3, 1870. Pupil of NAD under Low 
and Ward, and of John La Farge in New 
York; Julian Academy, under Bougue- 
reau and Constant, and Colarossi Acad- 
emy In Paris. Member: ANA 1901; 
Mural P. Awards: Lazarus traveling 
scholarship 1894; silver medal, Pan -Am. 
Exp., Buffalo, 1901; Clarke prize, NAD 
1901; second Hallgarten prize, NAD 
1903; bronze medal for painting and gold 
for window, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 
Work: Crerar Memorial Window, Sec- 
ond Presbyterian Church, Chicago, 111. 

KLIPPART, Josephine, 275 East Town 
St., Columbus, O. 

P. — Born Osnaburg, O. Pupil of Colum- 
bus Art Assoc. 

KLOH8, Kate K. (Mrs. S. F. Klohs), Pa- 
los Park 111. 

P.— Born In Illinois. June 7, 1872. Pu- 
pil of AIC. 

KLOPPER, Zan(wlll) D(avld). 1642 West 
Division St., Chicago, 111. 
P., I.— Born in Russia, Oct. 20, 1870. 
Pupil of Julian Academy in Paris under 
Repln and Laurens. Is physician and 
makes specialty of anatomical drawings. 
Work: "Immaculate Conception," 
mural decoration in St. Mary's of the 
Woods. 

KLOTS, Alfred Partridge, The Washing- 
ton, Mt. Vernon Place, Baltimore, Md. 
(P.) 

KLUMPKE, Anna Elisabeth, Chateau-de- 
By, 12 Rue Rosa Bonheur, Thomery, 
Selne-et-Marne, France. 
P. — Born San Francisco, Cal. Pupil of 
Rosa Bonheur, Robert -Fleury, Lefebvre 
and Julian Academy in Paris. Mem- 
ber: Copley S. 1893. Awards: Hon. 
mention, Paris Salon, 1885; silver medal, 
Versailles, 1886; Temple gold medal, 
PAFA 1889; bronze medal. St. Louis 
Exp., 1904. Author of "Rosa Bonheur, 
sa vie son ceuvre." Work: "In the 
Wash House," Pennsylvania Academy, 
Philadelphia. 

KNAUFFT, Ernest, 435 Fourth Ave., New 
York, N. Y. 

I., T., W., L.— Born Summit, N. J., May 
9, 1864. Pupil of ASL of N. Y. 

KNECHT, K(arl) K(ae). Courier Bldg.; 
h. The Press Club, Evansvllle, Ind. 
Cartoonist. I. — Born Iroquois, S. Dak., 
Doc. 4. 1883. Pupil of AIC. On staff of 
"Evansvllle Courier." 



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KNIQHT, Charles R(obert), Lawrence 
Park, Bronzvllle. N. Y. 
P., S., I.— Born Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 21. 
1874. Pupil of Brush and Du Mond. 
Sk>ecialty, animals and birds for Mu- 
seum of Nat. Hist. 

KNIGHT, D(anlel) Rldgwav, Place de 
i'Eslise, Poissy, Seine-et-Olse; and Roi- 
ieboise-par-Bonnldre, France. 
P.— Bom Philadelphia. 1845. Pupil of 
Oleyre and Meissonier in Paris. Mem- 
ber: Paris SAP. Awards : Hon. 
mention, Paris Salon, 1884; third class 
medal, Paris Salon, 1888; gold medal, 
Munich, 1888; silver medal. Faris E2xp., 
1889; Legion of Honor 1889; medal. Co- 
lumbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; medal of 
honor, PAFA 1893; medal, Antwerp 
Exp., 1894. Work: "Hailing the 
Ferry," Pennsylvania Academy, Phila- 
delphia; "The Shepherdess," Brookljm 
Institute Museum. 

KNIGHT, L(oul8) Aston, 6 Place Vin- 
timiUe, Paris, France. 
Ldscp.P. — Born Paris, France, 1873, son 
of D. Rldgway Knight. Pupil of Lefebvre 
Robert -Fleury and of his father, Ridg- 
way Knight, in Paris. Awards : 
Bronze medal, Paris Exp., 1900; hon. 
mention, Paris Salon 1901; gold medal, 
Reims Exp., 1903; gold medal, Lyons 
Exp., 1904; gold medal, Nantes Exh., 
1904; gold medal, Geneva Exh., 1904; 
third class medal, Paris Salon. 1905; sec- 
ond class medal, Paris Salon, 1906; gold 
medal, AAS 1907. Work: "The Tor- 
rent," Toledo Museum of Art. 

KNIPE, E(mllle) Benson (Mrs. Alden A. 
Knipe), 142 East 80th St., New York, 
N. Y. 

I.— Born Philadelphia. June 12, 1870. 
Pupil of School of Industrial Art under 
Howard Pyle. Author and illustrator 
"The Red Magic Book." 

KNOPF, Nellie Augusta, Illinois Woman's 
College, Jacksonville, 111.; summer, 
Ogunqult, Me. 

P., T.— Born Chicago, Sept. 19, 1875. 
Pupil of AIC; Virginia Reynolds, F. W. 
Freer and Charles H. Woodbury. 
Member: Jacksonville Art Assoc. 
Director School of Fine Arts, Illinois 
Woman's College. 

KNOWLTON, Helen Mary, Pickering 
Place, Needham, Mass. 
P., T., W.— Born Littleton, Mass., Aug. 

16, 1832. Pupil of W. M. Hunt and 
Frank Duveneck. Member: Copley 
B. 1896. Author of "Life of William M. 
Hunt" and "Hunt's Talks on Art." 
Work: Portrait of William M. Hunt, 
Worcester Art Museum. 

KNOWLTON, Maud Briggs (Mrs. Ed- 
ward T. Knowlton), 1046 Union St., 
Manchester, N. H. 
P., C. — Born Pennacook, N. H., March 

17, 1870. Pupil of Rhoda Holmes Nich- 
olls in New York; studied In Holland 
and Paris. Member: Copley S. 
1900; Boston SAC. Specialty, flowers 
and landscapes. 



KNOX, Susan Ricker, 162 Carnegie Hall, 
New TTork N T 

P.— Bom Portsmouth, N. H. Studied 
in Philadelphia and New York. 

KNOX, James, 54 Seventh Ave., Brook- 
lyn. New York. N. Y. (P.) 

KOBBE, Helene Metcalfe, 106 Neptune 
Ave., New Rochelle, N. Y. (P.) 

KOBBE, Marie O., New Brighton. N. Y. 
(P.) 

KOCH. George, 296 Schermerhorn St.. 
Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. (P.,I.) 

KOEHL, Edward H., 26 South 13th St.. 
Minneapolis, Minn. (P.) 

KOEHLER. Robert, 4816 Portland Ave.. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

P., I., Lith. — Born Hamburg, Germany, 
Nov. 28, 1850; brought to America at 
the age of three. Pupil of NAD and 
ASL of N. Y.; Munich Academy under 
Loefttz and Defregger. Member: 
SWA (Assoc); Munich Etchers Soc; 
Minneapolis Art Lg; Minneapolis Art 
Commission; Minneapolis State Art Soc. 
(pres.). Director Minneapolis School 
of Fine Arts since 1893. Awards: 
Hon. mention, Paris Exp., 1889; Cross 
of the Order of St. Michael, Bavaria. 
Work: "The Holiday Occupation," 
Pennsylvania Academy, Philadelphia. 

KOERNER, W. H. D., 1108 Franklin St.. 
Wilmington, Del. (I.) 

KOHLMANN, Rena Tucker, 2419 Central 
Ave., Indianapolis, Ind.; summer, Ogun- 
qult, Me. 

P., S. — Born Indianapolis, Nov. 29, 
1880. Pupil of Joseph De Camp, 
Charles H. Woodbury and Geo. Grey 
Barnard. Member: Soc. of Indiana 
Artists. 

KOHN, Irma, 824 23d St.. Chicago. 111.; 
h. Rock Island, 111. 

P.— Born Rock Island. 111. Pupil of 
Charles Francis Browne and John 
Johansen in Chicago; Birge Harrison. 
Member: Chicago ASL. 

KOLKER, Florence R., 1446 Thome Ave., 
Chicago, lU. (Min.P.) 

KONTl, Isidore, 154 West 65th St., New 
York, N. Y.; h. 292 Riverdale Ave., 
Yonkers, N. Y. 

S. — Bom Vienna, Austria, July 9, 1862. 
Pupil of Imperial Academy in Vienna 
under Helmer and Kundmann. Came to 
United States in 1892. Member: 
NSS; N.Y.Arch.Lg. 1901; N.Y.Municipal 
AS; Salma.C. 1904; ANA 1901. NA 1905. 
Award: Gold medal, St. Louis Exp.. 
1904. Work: Doors of Grace Church, 
New York; medals. Metropolitan Mu- 
seum, New York; groups for Bureau of 
Am. Republics Bldg., Washington, D. C. 



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LA CHAISE 



KOOPMANp Augustus, 126 Blvd. Mont- 
pamasse. Pans, France; and "The 
Players,'^ 16 Gramercy Park, New York, 
N. Y. 

P., Etcher. — Bom Charlotte, N. C, Jan. 
2, 1869. Pupil of PAFA; Ecole des 
Beaux-Arts in Paris under Bouguereau 
and Robert- Fleury. Awards : Sec- 
ond Wanamaker prize, Paris AAA 
1898; first Clark prize. Paris AAA 1899; 
bronze medal and special sliver medal 
for decoration, Paris Exp., 1900; bronze 
medal, Pan-Am.EIxp., Buffalo, 1901; 
medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; silver 
medal, Appalachian Exp., Knoxville, 
1911. Work: "Industrial Arts," deco- 
ration for U. S. government pavilion, 
Paris Exp., 1900; "Two Forces," Cos- 
mos Club, Washington; "Country Cir- 
cus," St. Louis Museum; ^'Return 
Home," Detroit Museum: "The Old 
Troubadour," Philadelphia Art Club; 
"Pushing Off Boat," Brooklyn Insti- 
tute Museum; collection of dry-points 
and etchings, Congressional Library, 
Washington, and New York Public Li- 
brary. 

KOPMAN, / Benjamin, 180 Varet St., 
Brooklyn. New York, N. Y. (P.) 

KORBEL. Josef Mario, 1038 Fine Arts 
Bldg., Chicago, 111 
S.— A ward: Shaffer pri«e, AIC 1910. 

KORNHAUSER, David E., 727 Walnut 
St., Philadelphia, Pa. (P.) 

KOST, Frederick W., 146 West 55th St., 
New York. N. Y.; h. Brookhaven, Long 
Island, N. Y. 

Ldscp.P. — Born New York, May 15, 
1861. Pupil of NAD under Wm. Macy. 
Member: SAA 1S89: ANA 1900. NA 
1906; A.Fund S.: Lotos C. Awards: 
Hon. mention, Paris Exp., 1900; bronze 
medal, Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901; 
silver medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 
Work: "On the St. John River, 
N. B.," Pennsylvania Academy, Phila- 
delphia; "Smithfleld Marshes, Staten 
Island," Brooklyn Institute Museum. 

KOT2, Daniel, Park Ridge, N. J. 
Ldscp.P. — Born near South Bend, Ind., 
March 21, 1848. Pupil of Henry F. 
Spread. Member: Salma.C. 

KOWNATZKI, Alice A., 67 West 67th 
St., New York, N. Y. (P.) 

KRAFFT, Karl R., 21 East Van Buren 
St., Chicago, 111. (P.) 

KRAMER, E. A., 1865 Monroe Ave., 
Bronx. New York, N. Y. 
P. — M ember: Am.P.S. 

KRATINA, Joseph, 127 East 23d St., New 
York, N. Y. (S.) 

KRATZ, Laura, Monticello, 111. (P.) 

KREHBIEL, Albert H., Park Ridge. Chi- 
cago, III. 

P., T.— Bom Chicago, 111. Pupil of AIC 
and Frederick Richardson; Laurens in 

. Paris. Member: Paris AAA; Chi- 
cago SA; SWA. Instructor AIC. 



KRETZINQER, Clara Josephine, 69 Ave- 
nue de Saxe. Paris, France. 
P. — Bom Chicago, 1883. Pupil of AIC 
and W. J. Reynolds in Chicago; Le- 
febvre, Robert-Fleunr, Laurens, Cong- 
don and Richard Miller in Paris. 

KROLL, A(braham) L(eon), 2231 Broad- 
way, New York, N. Y. 
P., T. — Bom New York, Dec 6, 1884. 
Pupil of NAD; Laurens in Paris. In- 
structor at NAD. 

KRONBERG, Louis, Copley Hall. 164 
Clarendon St.. Boston, Mass. 
P. — ^Bom Boston, Dec. 20, 1871. Pupil 
of Boston Museum School; Laurens and 
Constant in Paris. Member: Copley 
S. 1888; Boston AC. Awards : Silver 
medal, Mass. Charitable Mechanic As- 
soc, Boston; Longfellow traveling 
scholarship, Boston. Work: "Behind 
the Footlights," Pennsylvania Academy, 
Philadelphia. 

KUCK, Martha D., Menlo Park. San 
Francisco, Cal. (P.) 

KUEHNE, Max, 146 West 55th St., New 
York, N. Y.; h. 87 Fulton St., Wee- 
hawk en, N. J. 

P. — Born in Germany, Nov. 7. 1880. 
Pupil of Kenneth Hayes -Miller, Chase 
and Henri. 

KUEMMEL, Cornells A., Pritchett Col- 
lege, Glasgow, Mo. 

P., S.. T.— Born Glasgow, Howard Co., 
Mo. Pupil of St. Louis School of Fine 
Arts, under John Fry and E. Wuerpel. 
Member: SWA (Assoc.) ; St. Louis 
AG. 

KUHN, Walt, 122 East 25th St., New 
York. N. Y.: h. Fort Lee. N. J. 
P.- Horn New York, 1877. Pupil of 
ZUgel in Munich. Member: Am.PS. 
(sect.). Award: Silver medal, Mu- 
nich, 1905. 

KUNSCHIK. Marts, 2143 Broadway, In- 
dianapolis, Ind. (P.) 

LABORDE, Miss C. A. B., 14 rue du Mou- 
lin-de-Beurre, Paris, France. 
S. — ^Bom New Haven, Conn. Pupil of 
Laporte-Blairsy. 

LACEY, Bertha J., The Ravenna, 1205 
La Salle Ave., Chicago, 111.; h. Perrys- 
ville, Ind. 

P. — Born Perrysvllle, Ind., March 6, 
1878. Pupil of Vanderpoel. Meakin and 
Duveneck. Member: ASL of Chi- 
cago; Indiana Artists; Cincinnati 
Woman's AC. 

LACEY, Jessie P., 806 Davis St., Evans- 
ton, 111. (P.) 

LA CHAISE, Eugene A., 39 Rue Joubert, 
Paris, France. 
P.— M ember: Paris SAP (sect.). 

LA CHAISE. Gaston. 110 Tremont St., 
Boston, Mass., and 41 Washington Sq., 
New York, N. Y. (P.) 



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LANGZETTEL 



LACHENMEYER, Paul N., 1602 Mt. Ver- 
non St.. Philadelphia, Pa. 
S.— A ward: Gold medal, ACP 1898. 

LADD, Anna Coleman (Bfrs. Maynard 
Ladd). 270 Clarendon St., Boston, Mass. 
S.— Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1878. 
Studied in Paris and Rome. 

LADD, Laura D. Stroud (Mrs. Westray 
Ladd), 5820 Drexel Road, Overbrook, 
Pa. 

P.— M ember: Phlla.WCC: Fellow- 
ship PAFA. 

LAESSLE, Albert, 14 Rue du Moulin de 
Beurre, Paris, France; and 38 W. Wash- 
ingrton Lane. German town, Philadelphia, 
Pa 

S.— Born Philadelphia, March 28, 1877. 
Pupil of Spring Garden Inst., Drexel 
Inst., PAFA and Charles Grafly. Mem- 
ber: Fellowship PAFA. Awards: 
Stewardson prize and Cresson traveling: 
scholarship. PAFA 1904. Work: 
"Turtle and Lizards," "Blue Eyed 
Lizard." Pennsylvania Academy, Phila- 
delphia. 

LA FARGE, Bancel, 51 West 10th St.. 
New York. N. Y.; and care of Morgan 
Harjes, Blvd. Hausmann, Paris, France. 
P., C— Member: N.Y.Arch.Lg. 1902; 
Mural P.; NYWCC; Century Assoc; 
Paris AAA; Nat.Inst.AL. Specialty, 
stained glass. 

LA FAVOR, Will, 250 West 22d St.. Chi- 
cago. III. 

S.— Born Frankfort. N. Y., Aug. 22, 
1861. Pupil of AIC under Lorado Taft; 
Hermon A. MacNell. Member: ASL 
of Chicago. 

LAQERCRANTZ, Ava de, Carnegie Hall, 
New York N. Y. 

Mln.P.— Born ' in' Sweden. Pupjl ot 
Lefebvre, Constant and Robert-Fleury 
in Paris. 

LAMB, Charles R(olllnson), 23 Sixth 
Ave.; h. 360 West 22d St.. New York, 
N. Y. 

P.. C, Arch.— Born New York. Pupil of 
ASL of X. Y. Member: Mural P.; 
NSS (lay); N.Y.Munlcipal AS; ASL of 
N. Y.: NAC. Specialty, religious and 
municipal art. 

LAMB. Ella Condle (Mrs. Charles R. 
Lamb). 360 West 22d St., New York, 
N. Y.; summer, Cresskill, N. J. 
P., I., C— Born New York. Pupil of 
Chase and C. Y. Turner in New York; 
Collin and Courtois in Paris. Mem- 
ber: Mural P. (lay) ; N.Y. Woman's 
A. C; X. Y. Municipal A. S.; NAC. 
Awards: Dodge prize, NAD 1889; 
hon. mention, Columbian Exp.. Chicago, 
1893: medal. Atlanta Exp.. 1895; hon. 
mention, Pan-Am. Exp.. Buffalo, 1901. 
Specialty, design for stained glass and 
mosaics. 

LAMB, F(rederlck) SCtymetz). 23 Sixth 
Ave.; h. 356 West 22d St., New York, 
N. Y.; summer. Cresskill, N. J. 
Mural P.. C. W.. L.— Born New York, 



June 24, 1863. Pupil of ASL under Wm. 
Sartain and Beckwith in New York; 
Ecole des Beaux-Arts under Lefebvre 
and Boulanger in Paris. Member: 
N.Y.Arch.Lg. (ex-v.-pres.); ASL of 
N. Y.; NSS (lay); Mural P; N.Y.Munlci- 
pal AS (ex-sect.); NAC (sect.); Amer- 
ican Scenic and Historic Preservation 
Soc.; NSC (ex -sect.); Architectural 
League of America (ex-pres.). Aw ards: 
Hon. mention, Columbian Exp., Chi- 
cago, 1893; gold medal. Atlanta En>., 
1895; medal, Paris Exp., 1900. Work: 
Series of historic windows, Plymouth 
Church, Brooklyn, New York; "Con- 
ference of Gen. Washington before the 
Battle of Long Island," mural painting. 
Public School No. 5. Brooklyn. 

LAMB, William F., 253 Broadway, Flush- 
ing, L. L, N. Y. (P.) 

LAMBDEN, H.. 8 Bank St., New Ro- 
chelle. N. Y. (P.) 

LAMPERT, Emma. See Mrs. C. C. 
Cooper. 

LANDEAU, Sander L.. 31 Blvd. Berthier, 
Paris, France; and 216 West 79th St., 
New York. N. Y.; winter. 1912-13, Par- 
ish Studio, Rome, Italy. 
P.— Born in Hungary, 1864. Pupil of 
Laurens and Constant in Paris. 
Member: Paris AAA. Awards: 
Second Wanamaker prize, Paris AAA; 
hon. mention, Pan-Am. Exp.. Buffalo, 
1901; hon. mention, Paris Salon, 1905; 
third class medal, Pai-is Sklon 1907. 

LANDER, Louisa, 1608 19th St., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

S. — Born Salem. Mass., Sept. 1, 1826. 
Pupil of Crawford in Rome. 

LANG, Anna Traquair, 39 West 67th St., 
New York, N. Y. (P.) 

LANG, Charles M., 58 West 57th St.. New 
York, N. Y. 

Port.P., S.. T.— Born Albany. N. Y., 
Aug. 26, 1859. Pupil of Royal Academy 
in Munich. Member: Salma.C. 1908. 
Award : Second prize for portraits, 
Syracuse. 

LANQDON, Katherlne. See Mrs. W. H. 
Corson. 

LANGHORNE, Katherlne, 326 Central 
Ave., Plainfleld, N. J. (P.) 

LANGTON, Berenice Frances (Mrs. Dan- 
iel W. Langton), 142 East 33d St., New 
York, N. Y. 

S. — Pupil of Augustus Saint (Saudens 
in New York; Rodin in Paris. Award: 
Bronze medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

LANGTRY, Mary, 143 West 21st St., 
Manhattan; h. 241 Ryerson St., Brook- 
lyn, New York, N. Y. 

LANGZETTEL, George H(enry). Yale 
School of Fine Arts; h. 726 Whitney 
Ave., New Haven, Conn. 
P. — Assistant Curator of Yale Art Mu- 
seum. 



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LAN8IL, Walter F(ranklin), Hotel Pel- 
ham, Boston, Masfl. 

P. — Bom Bangor, Me., March 30, 1846. 
Pupil of J. P. Hardy at Bangor; Julian 
Academy in Paris. Member: Bos- 
ton AC. 

LARKIN, Alice, 162 West 54th St.. New 
York, N. Y. (P.) 

LARSH, Theodora, Chicago Beach Hotel, 
Chicago, 111. (Min.P.) 

LARSON. Fred T., 2935 North Whipple 
St., Chicago, 111. 

P.— Born Chicago, Apr. 19, 1868. Pupil 
of AIC. Member: Palette and Chisel 
C. 

LATHROP, Ida Pulls (Mrs. Cyrus Clark 
Lathrop), 151 South Allen St., Albany, 
N. Y. 

P.— Born Troy, N. Y., Oct. 27, 1859. 
Self-taught. Member: Erie (Pa.) 
Art C. Work: "Still Life," Prender- 
gast Art Gallery, Jamestown, N. Y. 
Specialty, landscapes and still life. 

LATHROP, W(llllam) L(ang80n), New 
Hope, Bucks Co., Pa. 
P.— Born Warren. 111., March 29, 1859. 
Member: ANA 1902, NA 1907; 
NYWCC. Awards : Evans prize, 
AWCS 1896: gold medal, ACPhila. 1897; 
Webb prize, SAA 1899; bronze medal, 
Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo. 1901: third 
prize (1500), C.I.Pittsburgh, 1903; sec- 
ond prize, Worcester, 1904; bronze 
medal, St. Louis Exp.. 1904. Work: 
*'The Meadows," Metropolitan Mu- 
seum, New York; "Clouds and Hills." 
Minneapolis Museum; "Three Trees." 
National Museum of Art. Washington; 
"Abandoned Quarry," Carnegie Insti- 
tute, Pittsburgh. 

LATTARD, N. A. L., 347 Lexington Ave., 
New York, N. Y. (S.) 

LAUBER. Joseph, Montclalr, N. J.; h. 
37 Brookfleld Road. Upper Montclalr, 
N. J. 

Mural P.. Etcher, C. — Born Meschede, 
Westphalia, Germany, Aug. 31, 1855; 
came to I^. S. at age of nine. Pupil of 
Karl MUller, Shirlaw and Chase; 
worked with La F.arge. Member: 
Mural P; N.Y.Arch.Lg; Etching C ; 
A.Aid S. (pres. 1908-12); Salma.C. 1902. 
Awards : Hon. mention for mosaics 
and glass, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 
1893; gold and bronze medals for mo- 
saic and mural designs, Atlanta, 1895; 
medals, for etchings and mural work. 
Midwinter Fair. California. Specialty, 
stained glass and mosaics. Work: 
Paintings: Sixteen symbolic figures. 
Appellate Court, New York; portrait of 
ex-Speaker Pennington, House of Rep- 
resentatives. Washington, I>. C; win- 
dows In Church of the Ascension, New 
York, etc. 

LAURENCE, Sidney M., St. Ives, Corn- 
wall. England. 
P., I.— Born Brooklyn, N. Y. Pupil of 



Edward Moran and Walter Satterlee. 
Member: Royal Soc. of British Art- 
ists, London ; Salma.C. 1898. Award: 
Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 1894. 

LAURIE, Lee O., 78 Water St., New 
Haven, Conn. 
S.— M ember: NSS. 

LAUTENSLAQER, Lena, 1738 First St., 
N. W.. Washington, D. C. (P.) 

LAUTER, F(lora). 257 West 86th St., 
New York, N. Y.; and 608 East 13th 
St., Indianapolis, Ind. 
P.— Born New York, July 21, 1874. Pu- 
pil of Henri, Chase and Mora in New 
York. Member: Women's Inter.Art 
Club, London. 

LAWRENCE, Charles Arthur, 128 Mas- 
sachusetts Ave., Boston, Mass.; h. 22 
King St., Lynn, Mass. 
I., T. — Born Ashburnham, Mass., Feb. 
12, 1865. Pupil of Mass. Normal Art 
School and Eric Pape School In Bos- 
ton. Manager and instructor, Eric 
Pape School of Art. 

LAWRENCE, Mrs. Jean Mitchell, 131 East 
14th St.. McKlnly Court, Minneapolis, 
Minn. (P.) 

LAWRENCE, Mary. See Mrs. F. M. 
Tonetti. 

LAWSON, Ernest, 33 Macdougal Alley, 
New York N. Y. 

P.— Born 'in ' California, 1873. Spent 
several years In France. Member: 
ANA 1908; Am.PS. Awards: Silver 
medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; Sesnan 
medal, PAFA 1907; gold medal, AAS 
1907; first Hallgarten prize, NAD 1908. 
Work: "An Abandoned Farm," Na- 
tional Gallery, Washington. 

LAYMAN, Walter, 3716 Sachem Ave., 
Cincinnati, O. 

P., I., T. — Bom Covington, Ky., May 
22, 1871. Studied at Cincinnati Art 
Academy, ASL of N. Y. and In Paris. 
Member: Cincinnati AC; Paris AAA. 

LEA, Bertha. See Mrs. Low. 

LEA, Frances Trumbull, 90 Rue d'Assas, 
Paris, France. (P.) 

LEARNED, Arthur Q(arfleld), 1 East 40th 
St., New York, N. Y. 
I., P. — Born Chester. Mass.. Aug. 10. 
1872. Studied In Munich. Vienna and 
Paris. Illustrated: "Breviary Treas- 
ures." trans, by Nathan Haskell Dole; 
drawingrs for "Life," etc. 

LEAVITT, Agnes, 18 Huntington Ave., 
Boston. Mass. 

Ldscp.P.. T. — Born Boston. 1859. Pupil 
of Enneking, Hardwick and Sandham in 
Boston; Spread in Chicago. Award: 
Silver star for water color, Boston AC. 

LECKWER, Emille, 106 North 34th St.. 
Philadelphia, Pa. (P.) 



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LEVERING 



LEDERER, Charlesr 909 Bast 42d Place. 
Chica^, 111. 

I. — ^Bom Lowell* Mass., Dec. 31, 1856. 
Cartoonist for Leslie's, Harper's, etc. 

LEDQERWOOD, Ella Ray, 1629 S. Hen- 
derson St., Fort Worth. Tex. (P.) 

LE DUG, Grace, 817 Varnum St., Wash- 
in^on, D. C. 
P. — ^M ember: S.Wash.A. 

LEE, Bertha Stringer, 2744 Steiner St.. 
San Francisco, Csu. 

P. — Bom San fYancisco, Dec. 6, 1873. 
Pupil of Wm. Keith in San Francisco: 
Joseph Mathews in New York; studied 
abroad. Member: San Francisco 
Art Assoc: Sketch C; Century C; Arts 
and Crafts C. Awards: Chicago 
Exp., 1893; Seattle Exp.; San Francisco 
Art Assoc; Sacramento State Fair. 
Work: "Monterey Coast," Del Monte 
Art Gallery; "In the Gloaming." Golden 
Gate Park Mjiseum. San Francisco. 



, Henry C, Cornwall, N. Y. 
P., W., L.— Born New York City, May 
3. 1864. Pupil of Josef Israels and 
George Holston. Member: Lotos 
C. Work: "French Dunes." Bohe- 
mian Club, San Francisco, Cal. 

LEE, Homer; h. 551 West End Ave., New 
York, N. Y. 

P., Engr.— Born Mansfield, O., May 18, 
1856. Pupil of his father, John Lee; R. 
C. Minor; Robert Mackintosh of Toronto. 
Canada; also studied In Europe. Found- 
ed the Homer Lee Banknote Co. of 
New York. Member : Lotos C. 1895; 
Salma.C. 1895; A.Fund S. Awards: 
Hon. mention, Vienna, 1873; first class 
medal, State of Ohio, 1887; hon. men- 
tion, Paris Exp., 1900; bronze medal. 
Charleston Exp., 1902. 



, Leslie W., 396 Fifth Ave.. New 
York, N. Y. 

P., T. — Born 1871 In England of Ameri- 
can parents. Studied in New York, 
England and France. Member: 
NAC. 

LEE- ROB BIN 8. Lucy, 12 bis Rue Per- 
golese. Paris, France. 
P. — Bom New York. Hon. mention. 
Paris Salon. 1887. 

LE FEVRE, Robert, 1421 F St., Washing- 
ton, D. C. (P.) 

LEIQH, Esther L., 2170 Broadway. New 
York, N. Y. (P.) 

EIGH, William R(oblnson), 107 West 
46th St., New York, N. Y. 
P., I.— Born Berkeley Co., W. Va., Sept. 
23, 1866. Pupil of Maryland Inst., Bal- 
timore; Hugh Newell; Raupp, Gysls, 
Leofttz and Lindenschmid in Munich. 
A wa r d s : Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 
1892; two silver and three bronze medals, 
Munich Academy; first class medal, Ap- 
palachian Exp., Knoxvllle, Tenn, 1911. 
Work: "Portrait," Washington Lee 
University. 



LEISENRING, L. Morris. 1523 L SL: h. 
1303 K St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 
P.. Arch.— Bom Luthervllle, Md., OcL 
29. 1875. Pupil of Charles E. Dana, 
Duquesne. and Univ. of Pennsylvania, 
Member: Wash.WCC; Wa8h.Arch.C; 
T.Sq.C. 

LEISENRING, Mathlide Mueden (Mrs. L. 
M. Leisenring), 1803 K St., N. W., 
Washington. D. C. 

Port.P. — Born Washington. Pupil of 
ASL of N. Y. and of Washington; Lau- 
rens. Constant and Henner in Paris. 
Member: S. Wash. A; Wash.WCC. 
Awards : Third Corcoran prize, S. 
Wash. A. 1903; second Corcoran prize, 
Wash.WCC 1903; second honor, Appala- 
chian Exp., Knoxvllle, Tenn., 1910. 

LEMON, Frank, 143 High SL, Bradford. 
Pa 

S. — Bom Washington. D. C. Nov. 10. 
1867. Pupil of Corcoran School of 
Art. Member: N.Y.Arch.Lg. 1902. 
Award: Diploma, Pan -Am. Exp., Buf- 
falo, 1901. for work in National Museum 
exhibit. 

LENTELLI, Leo, 51 West 10th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

S.— Born Bologna. Italy, Oct. 29, 1879. 
Member: NSS; N.Y.Arch.Lg. 

Award: Avery prize, N.Y.Arch.Lg. 
1911. Work: Figure of the Saviour 
and sixteen angels for the reredos of the 
Cathedral of Saint John the Divine« 
New York. 

LEONARD, George H(enry), 17 Rue Bols- 
sonade, Paris, France; summer. Tr6- 
pied-par-Etaples, France. 
Ldscp.P. — Born Boston, May 3, 1869. 
Pupil of G6r0me, Bouguereau and 
Aman-Jean in Paris. Member: 
Paris AAA. 

LEONARD, William JCackson), West 
Virginia Univ.; h. 36 University Drive- 
way, Morgantown, W. Va. 
P., T.—Born Hinsdale, N. H., 1869. Pu- 
pil of Laurens and Constant in Paris. 
Director, Dept. of Fine Arts, West Vir- 
ginia Univ. 

LESPINASSE, Herbert, 40 Ruo Lamark. 
Paris, France. 
P. — Bom Stamford, U. S. 

LESSHAFT, Franz, 1020 Chestnut St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

P. — Born Berlin, Germany, March 8, 
1862. Pupil of Royal Academy of Fine 
Arts, Berlin, under Anton V. Werner, 
Thumann and Meyerheim. Member: 
Phila. Sketch C; Fellowship PAFA, 
Awards : Hon. mention. Berlin; hon. 
mention for water color, AAS 1902. 

LETCHER, Blanche, 2235 Durant Ave., 
Berkeley, Cal. (P.) 

LEVERING. Albert, 132 East 19th St.. 
New York, N. Y. 

I. — Born Hope, Ind., 1869. Practiced 
architecture; studied drawing in Mu- 
nich. On staff of "Puck." •T.ife" and 
"Harper's Weekly." Member: SI 
1912. 



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LEVYp Henry L., 5004 Grand Blvd., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

P.— Bom Hartford, Conn., Oct. 6, 1868. 
Pupil of Ecole des Beaux -Arts and 
Julian Academy in Paris, under Le- 
febvre and Constant. 

LEVY, William, 186 Forsyth St., New 
York, N. Y. (P., Etcher.) 

LEWIS, (Arthur) Allen, 104 Columbia 
Heights, Brooklyn, New York, N. Y.; 
summer, Fairmount, Tenn. 
P., Etcher, Photo. — Born Mobile, Ala., 
Apr. 7, 1873. Pupil of George Bridgman 
in New York; G6rdme in Paris. Mem- 
ber: Photo- Secession; Paris AAA. 
Award: Bronze medal, St. Louia Exp., 
1904. 

LEWIS, Helen V., Irvington -on -Hudson, 
N. Y. (Min.P.) 

LEWIS, Josephine MClles), Carnegie 
Studios, 154 West 67th St., New York, 
N. Y.; summer, Scituate, Mass. 
P. — Bom New Haven, Conn., March 10, 
1865. Pupil of John F. Weir and John 
H. Niemeyer at Yale School of Art; 
Frederick MacMonnies and Aman-Jean 
in Paris. 

LEYENDECKER, Frank X., 80 West 40th 
St.; h. 75 East 81st St., New York, 
N. Y. 

I. — Bom Montabour, Germany, Jan. 19, 
1877. Pupil of Laurens and Constant in 
Paris. Member: SI. 

LEYENDECKER, J(08eph) CChrlstlan), 
80 West 40th St., New York, N. Y.; h. 
114 Pelham Road, New Rochelle, N. Y. 
I. — Born Montabour, Germany, March 
23, 1874. Pupil of AIC; Julian Academy 
in Paris. Member: SI. 

LICHTENAUER, JCoseph) Mortimer, 15 
West 67th St., New York, N. Y. 
Port, and Mural P. — Born New York, 
May 11, 1876. Pupil of Mowbray in 
New York; Merson and Laurens in 
Paris. Member: N.Y.Arch.Lg. 1902; 
Mural P; ASL of N. Y. Awards< 
President's prize, N.Y.Arch.Lg. 1903 and 
1907. Work: "Playwright and Attri- 
butes." Proscenium Arch, Harris Thea- 
tre, New York. 

LIE, Jonas, 62 Washington Sq., New York, 
N. Y.; h. Babcock Bldg., 637 North 
Hoyne Ave., Plainfleld, N. J. 
Ldscp.P. — Born Norway, April 29, 1880. 
Pupil of NAD and ASL of N. Y. M e m - 
ber: ANA 1912; Am.PS. Award: 
Silver medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 
Work: "Fishing Boats at Sunrise," 
Carnegie Institute. Pittsburgh. 

LIMOURO, Raphael, 3220 Myrtle Ave.. 
Richmond Hill, New York, N. Y. (P.) 

LINCOLN, F. Foster, 63 West 37th St., 
New York, N. Y. 
I.— Member: SI 1910. 

LINDE, Osslp L., 60 Washington Square, 
New York, N. Y.; and Westport, Conn. 
P.— Born Chicago. Pupil of AIC; Lau- 
rens In Paris. Award: Hon. men- 



tion, Paris Salon, 1907; third class 
medal, Paris Salon, 1910. Represented 
in Oakland (Cal.) Museum. 

LINDER^ 8. B., 2717 Crystal St., Chicago, 

LINDIN, Carl Olof Eric, 1141 Monadnock 
Bldg., Chicago, 111.; summer, Wood- 
stock, Ulster Co., N. Y. 
P. — Born Sweden, 1869. Pupil of Lau- 
rens, Constant and Aman-Jean in 
Paris. Member: Chicago SA. 

LINK, B. Lillian, 284 West End Ave., 
New York, N. Y. 

S. — Born New York, Jan. 28, 1880. Pu- 
pil of Mrs. Charles Sprague- Smith, 
George Grey Barnard and Herbert 
Adams. Member: MacD.C; N.Y. 
Woman's AC. Award : Avery prize, 
N.Y.Arch.Lg. 1907. Specialty, small 
bronzes. 

LINS, Theodora, 202 Prospect Ave., New 
Brighton, N. Y. 

P.— Born New York, Feb. 10. 1885. Pu- 
pil of Henry Prellwitz and Paul Mosch- 
cowitz. 

LIN80N, Corwin Knapp, Atlantic High- 
lands, N. J. 

P., I., W. — Born Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 
25, 1864. Pupil of G6r0me and Laurens 
in Paris. Member: NYWCC; SI 
1905; Salma.C. 1897. Work: "The 
Olympian Columns," Westboro Library, 
Mass.; illustrated: "The Lost Word," by 
Dr. H. Van Dyke; "Life of the Master," 
by Dr. Watson; "Modern Athens," by 
George Horton; own articles in Scrlb- 
ber's. Century, etc., including "Pont 
Aven Vignettes." 

LINTON, Frank B. A., 1707 Chestnut St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. (P.) 

LIPPERT, Leon, 621 Main St., Cincinnati, 
O.; h. 318 West 10th St.. Newport, Ky. 
P. — Born in Bavaria, March 15, 1863. 
Pupil of Cincinnati Art Academy, under 
Nowottny and Duveneck. Member: 
Cincinnati AC. 

LIPPINCOTT, William H(enry), 37 West 
22d St.; and Century Assoc, 7 West 
43d St., New York. N. Y. 
P., I., T. — Born Philadelphia, Dec. 6, 
1849. Pupil of PAFA; Bonnftt in Paris. 
Member: ANA 1885, NA 1897; 
AWCS; Etching C; Century Assoc. 
Awards: Hon. mention. Pan-Am. 
Exp., Buffalo, 1901; bronze medal, St. 
Louis Exp.. 1904. Painted scenery for 
"Salambo," "La Boh6me," etc. 

LITTLE, Florence Estelle, 6367 Aurelia 
St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
I., T.— Pupil of Wm. M. Chase. 

LITTLE, J(ohn) Wesley, Picture Rocks. 
Pa. 

Ldscp.P. — Born Forksvllle, Sullivan Co., 
Pa., Aug. 24, 1867. Pupil of NAD and 
of Leonard Ochtman in New York. 
Member: Wash.WCC; Phila.WCC; 
Phi la. Sketch C. Award: Silver 
medal, AAS, Phila.. 1902. 

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LITTLE, Philip, 5 White St.; h. 10 Chest- 
nut St., Salem, Mass.; summer. Mac- 
Mahan Island. Me. 

P. — Born Swampscott, Mass., Sept. 6, 
1857. Pupil of Boston Museum School. 
Work: "In the Wake of the Moon." 
Pennsylvania Academy, Philadelphia; 
"Where Hawthorne Wrote and Derby 
Traded." City Art Museum, St. Louis, 
Mo.; "An Off Shore Breeze," Minne- 
apolis Society of Fine Arts; "Racing 
Home," Bowdoin College Art Gallery, 
Brunswick, Me. 

LITTLEJOHN, Margaret, 1618 Grand 
Ave., Fort Worth, Tex. (P.) 

LLOYD, Mary WIngate (Mrs. Horatio 
Gates Lloyd), Haverford, Pa. 
P.— Born New York, June 3, 1868. Pu- 
pil of Chase, Cecilia Beaux and Mow- 
bray. Member : Plastic C. 

LLOYD, Sara A. Worden (Mrs. Hinton 
S. Lloyd), Hamilton, N. Y. 
P.— Born Xenia, O. Pupil of R. Swain 
Gifford, Volk and Chase in New York. 
Work: "Sunshine and Shadow," Mt. 
Holyoke College: Portrait of John J. 
Jones, Colgate University; Portrait of 
Miss Slade. Hamilton (N. Y.) High 
School. 

LOCKE, Alexander S., 250 Fulton St.; h. 
87 Winthrop St., Brooklyn, New York, 
N. Y. 

Mural P.— Born New York, Feb. 14, 
1860. Pupil of John La Farge. Mem- 
ber: N.Y.Arch.Lg. 1894; NAC. 

LOCKE, Caroline T. (Mrs. Jesse Locke), 
Essex St., Hackensack, N. J. 
P.— M ember: N.Y. Woman's AC. 

LOCKMAN, De Witt M., 58 West 57th 
St., New York, N. Y. 
P. — M ember: Port.P. 

LOCKWOOD, Wilton, Carnegie Hall, New 
York, N. Y. ; h. Orleans, Mass. 
P.— Born Wilton, Conn., Sept. 12, 1862. 
Pupil of John La Farge; studied in 
Paris. Member: ANA 1906, NA 1912; 
SAA 1898; Copley S. 1898; Century As- 
soc. Awards: Hon. mention, C.I.Pitts- 
burgh, 1897; Temple gold medal, PAFA 
1898; silver medal, Paris Exp., 1900; sil- 
ver medal, Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901; 
silver medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 
Work: Portrait of "John La Farge" 
and "Peonies," Boston Museum of Fine 
Arts; portrait of "A. J. Cassatt," Phila- 
delphia; "Peonies," Metropolitan Mu- 
seum, New York; "Peonies," Corcoran 
Gallery. Washington; Portrait of "Je- 
rome Wheelock," Worcester Museum. 

LOEB, Ella, 5537 East End Ave., Chicago, 
111. (P.) 

LOFGREN. N. P., 3916 Oakland Ave., 
Minneapolis, Minn. (P.) 

LOHMANN, Albert C, Meriden. Conn. 
(P.) 

LOKKE, Marie. See Mrs. Mathlesen. 



LONG, Adelaide Husted (Mrs. George T. 
Long), 400 Manhattan Ave., New York, 
N. Y.; h. White Plains, N. Y. 
P., T., W.— Born New York. Pupil of 
ASL of N. Y., John Twachtman, Ernest 
Knaufft and George I. Collins; Anglade 
in Paris. Member: NAC. 

LONG, Ellis B(arcroft)t Esopus-on-Hud- 
son, Ulster Co., N. Y. 
P., S. — Born Baltimore, Md., Oct. 30, 
1874. Pupil of Andre Castaigne and E. 
S. Whiteman in Baltimore; Cox, Mow- 
bray, Saint Gaudens and D. C. French 
in New York. 

LONGACRE, Lydia E(a8twick), 27 West 
67th St., New York, N. Y. 
Min.P.— Born New York, Sept. 1, 1870. 
Pupil of ASL of N. Y., under Chase and 
Mowbray; Whistler in Paris. Mem- 
ber: Am.S.Min.P.; Pa.Soc.Mln.P.; N.Y. 
Woman's AC. 

LONGFELLOW, Ernest W., care of 
Century Assoc, 7 West 43d St., New 
York, N. Y.; and Magnolia, Mass. 
Ldscp.P. — Born Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 
23, 1845. Pupil of Hubert. Bonn&t and 
Couture in Paris. Member: Cen- 
tury Assoc. 

LONGFELLOW, Mary King, 116 State 
St., Portland, Me. (P.) 

LONGMAN (Mary) Evelyn B(eatrlee), 11 
East 14th St., New York, N. Y. 
S.— Born Winchester, O., Nov. 21, 1874. 
Pupil of AIC under Taft; French in 
New York. Member: NSS; ANA 
1909; Am. Numismatic Soc; N.Y.Mu- 
nicipal AS. Award: Silver medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904. Work: Bronze 
doors of Chapel, U. S. Naval Academy, 
Annapolis; bronze doors of Library, 
Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass.; 
Ryle memorial. Public Library, Pater- 
son, N. J.; "Torso," Metropolitan Mu- 
seum. New York. 

LONG8TRETH, Margaret, 27 West 67th 
St., New York. N. Y. (P.) 

LOOM IS, Chester, Englewood, N. J. 
P., I. — Born near Syracuse, N. Y., Oct. 
18, 1852. Pupil of Harry Thompson and 
Bonn&t in Paris. Member: SAA 
1888; ANA 1906; N.Y.Arch.Lg. 1891; 
NAC; A.Fund S; Mural P. Awards: 
Gold medal, Mass. Charitable Mechan- 
ics Assoc, 1890; President's prize, N.Y. 
Arch.Lg. 1904. Work: "(Jhristopher 
Sly," Art Association. Indianapolis. 

LOOM IS, D. Jean, 1228 9th St., Washing- 
ton, D. C. (P.) 

LOOM IS, M. C, 625 Poplar Ave., Evans- 
ton, 111. (P.) 

LORD, Caroline A., 975 East McMillan St., 
Cincinnati, O. 

P., I., T. — Bom Cincinnati, March 10, 
1860. Pupil of Cincinnati Art Academy; 
ASL of N. Y.; Julian Academy in Paris. 
Member: Cincinnati Woman's AC. 
Award : Bronze medal, Columbian 
Exp., Chicago, 1893. Work: "First 
Communion" and "Old Woman," Cin- 
cinnati Museum. 



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LUCE 



LORENZ, Richard, 406 Milwaukee St., 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

P., I. — Born Weimar, Germany, Feb. 9, 
1858. Pupil of Brendel, Steuss, Leunig 
and Max Teede. Member: SWA; 
Deutsche Kunst Genossenschaft. 

Award: Osborn prize ($500), 1905. 

LORINQ, William C, The Fleur-de-Lys., 
Thomas St., Providence, R. I. 
P., T.— M ember: Boston AC. In- 
structor R. I. School of Design. 

LOSE RE, F. Westerveit, 205 Essex Ave., 
Boon ton, N. J. (P.) 

LOTHROP, Susan, 1654 Massachusetts 
Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 
Min.P.— Member : Copley S. 1900. 

LOTZ, Matilda, care of M. Paul Berten, 
11 bis Rue de Tr^vise, Paris, France. 
Animal P. — Born Franklin, Tenn., Nov. 
29. 1861. Pupil of San Francisco Art 
School, under Virgil Williams; Van 
Marcke and Felix Barrias in Paris. 

LOUD, May Hallowell (Mrs. Joseph 
Prince Loud), 82 Plnckney St., Boston, 
Mass.; h. 368 High St., west Medford, 
Mass. 

P., T. — Born West Medford, Mass., Apr. 
22. 1860. Pupil of Otto Grundman at 
Boston Museum School; Julian Acad- 
emy and Deschamps in Paris. Mem- 
ber: Boston WCC; Copley S.; Boston 
SAC. Si)ecialty, portraits of children 
in pastel. 

LOUGHBOROUGH, M. M., Bethesda, 
Montgomery Co., Md. (P.) 

LOVE, 0. W., 176 S. Lafayette St., Den- 
ver, Colo. (P.) 

LOW, Mrs. Bertha Lea, 3 Rue de Bag- 
neux, Paris, France: and 40 Washing- 
ton Square, New York, N. Y. 
P., T.— Born Philadelphia, Dec. 4. 1848. 
Pupil of PAFA, under Anschutz, Cecilia 
Beaux and Chase. 

LOW, Mary Fairchlid (Mrs. Will H. 
Low), Lawrence Park, Bronxville, N. Y. 
P. — Born New Haven, Conn., 1866. Pu- 
pil of St. Louis School of Fine Arts; 
Carolus-Duran and Julian Academy In 
Paris. Member: SAA 1896; ANA 
1906; N.Y. Woman's AC; International 
Woman's AC, London; Assoc. Soc. Nat. 
des Beaux Arts. Awards: Paris, 
three years' scholarship from St. Louis 
School of Fine Arts; medal. Columbian 
Exp., Chicago. 1893; bronze medal, 
Paris Exp., 1900; bronze medal, Pan- 
Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901; gold medal, 
Dresden. 1902; Julia Shaw prize, SAA 
1902; gold medal. Rouen, 1903; gold 
medal, Marseilles, 1905; gold medal, 
Normandy Exp.. Rouen, 1911. Repre- 
sented in Museum at Rouen, France. 

LOW, Will H(lcok). Lawrence Park. 
Bronxville, N. Y. 

P., I.. T.. W., L. — Born Albany, N. Y., 
May 31, 1853. Pupil of Ecole des Beaux- 
Arts, under G^rflme and of Carolus- 



Duran in Paris. Member: ANA 
1888, NA 1890; SAA 1898; Mural P.; 
N.Y.Arch.Lg. 1889; Century Assoc; 
Lotos C; Nat.Inst.A.L. Awards: 
Silver medal for drawing, Paris Exp., 
1889; medal, Columbia Exp., Chicago, 
1893; Lotos Club Fund, NAD 1895; sil- 
ver medal, Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo. 1901. 
Work: "The Orange Vender," Art 
Institute, Chicago; "Christmas Morn." 
National Gallery, Washington; "Auro- 
ra," Metropolitan Museum, New York. 
N. Y.; mural decorations; celling of 
reception room, Waldorf Hotel, and 
ballroom Hotel Astoria, New York; 
panels in Essex Co. Court House, New- 
ark, N. J.; Luzerne Co. Court House, 
Wllkesbarre, Pa.; Federal Bldg., Cleve- 
land; St. Paul's P. E. Church. Albany, 
N. Y. Author: "A Chronicle of Friend- 
ship," "A Painter's Progress." Deliv- 
ered Scammon course of lectures. AIC 
1910. 

LOWE, Alice Leszlnska, 2622 Woodley 
Place, Washington, D. C. 

P.— Born Washington, D. C. Pupil of 

James Henry Moser and E. C. Messer. 

LOWELL, Orson. 489 Fifth Ave., New 
York; h. Rochelle Park, New Rochelle, 
N. Y. 

P., I. — Born Wyoming, la., Dec. 22, 
1871. Pupil of Vanderpoel and Grover 
at AIC. 

LOWENHEIM, F(rederlck), 99 Leland 
Ave., New Rochelle, N. Y. 
I. — Born Berlin, Germany. Pupil of 
Kunst-Schule. Berlin; AIC. Mem- 
ber: SI 1911. 

LOWENSTEIN, Loretta, 515 11th St., 
Washington, D. C. (P.) 

LUCAS, Albert P(lke), 1931 Broadway, 
New York N. Y. 

P., S.— Born Jersey City. N. J. Pupil 
of Hubert and Courtois in Paris. 
Member: Soc.Nat.des Boaux-Arts, 
Paris; Lotos C. Awards: Hon. men- 
tion. Paris Exp., 1900; bronze medal, 
Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901. Work: 
"October Breezes," National Gallery, 
Washington; "Estase." bronze figure. 
Metropolitan Museum. New York. 

LUCAS, Jean Wdlllams). Old Post Office 
Bldg., Room 5; h. 422 Potomac Ave., 
Hagerstown, Md. 

P., T. — Born Hagerstown. Md., Aug. 5, 
1873. Pupil of Henri. Dalngerfleld and 
Whittemore. Member: N.Y. Woman's 
AC; Pa.S.Mln.P. 

LUCE, Laura W., Tltusvllle. Pa. 
Ldscp.P., T., L. — Born Salem, N. Y., 
June 19, 1845. Pupil of A. H. Wyant, 
C. B. Coman and H. B. Snell in New 
York. 

LUCE, Mrs. Marie Huxford, 97 Genesee 
St., Auburn. N. Y. 

P. — Born Skaneateles, N. Y. Pupil of 
J. S. H. Keever in Holland: Mr. and 
Mrs. Charles H. Woodbury in Boston. 
Member: NYWCC; N.Y. Woman's 
AC. 



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LUCIUS, Florence Q., 161 East 19th 
St.. New York. N. Y. (P.) 

LUDINGTON, Katharine, 276 Madison 
Ave., New York. N. Y. 
P. — Bom New York, 1869. Pupil of 
Robert Brandegee, Montague Flags and 
F. V. Du Mond. 

LUDWIQ, A. E., 423 S. Champion Ave., 
Columbus, O. (P.) 

LUFKINp Lee. See Mrs. Wm. J. Kaula. 

LUKE, Kathryn Logan, Art Academy, 
Cincinnati. O. (Mln.P.) 

LUKEMAN, (Henry) Augustus, 146 West 

56th St.; h. 116 Bast 54th St.. New 
York. N. Y.; summer. Stockbridge, 
Mass. 

S. — Bom Richmond. Va., Jan. 28, 1870. 
Pupil of Launt Thompson and D. C. 
French In New York; Ecole des Beaux- 
Arts in Paris, under Falguldre. Mem- 
ber: N.Y.Arch.Lg. 1898; NSS; ANA 
1909. Award: Bronze medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904. Work: "McKlnley," 
Adams. Mass.; "Manu." Appellate 
Court. New York; four figures for Rosral 
Bank Bldg., Montreal; four figures, 
Brooklyn Institute Museum; "Prof. 
Joseph Henry," Princeton Univ.; "Kit 
Carson" (equestrian, the horse by 
Roth), Trinidad, Colo. 

LUKS, Qeorge (Benjamin), 327 West 56th 
St., New York, N. Y. 
P. — Born WlUiamaport, Pa., Aug. 13, 
1867. Pupil of PAFA and Dtisseldorf 
Academy; studied in Paris and London. 
Member: Port.P. ; Am.PS. . 

LUM, B. B., 1812 South Humboldt St., 
Minneapolis, Minn. (P.) 

LUM IS, Harriet R(andall), 28 Bedford 
Road, Springfield, Mass. 
P. — Bom Salem, Conn., May 29, 1870. 
Pupil of Willis S. Adams; New York 
Summer School of Art, under Leonard 
Ochtman. 

LUMSDEN, Mrs. E. Christine, Carnegie 
Studios, 154 West 57th St., New York. 
N. Y. 

P. — Bom Brooklyn, N. Y. Pupil of 
Carolus-Duran and Henry Mosler In 
Paris. Member: N.Y. Woman's AC. 

LUNDBORQ, Florence, 1360 Jones St., 
San Francisco, Cal. (I.) 

LUNQREN, Fernand (Harvey), Mission 
Canyon Road, Santa Barbara. Cal. 
P., I.— Born Maryland, Nov. 13, 1850. 
Specialty, Western scenes. 

LUQUIEN8, Huc-Mazelet, 264 Lawrence 
St.; h. 201 Bishop St., New Haven, 
Conn.; summer. Deerfield, Mass. 
P. — ^Bom Aubumdale, Mass., June 80. 
1881. Pupil of Bonnftt an(l Merson in 
Paris. 



LU8K, Marie Koupal (Mrs. Charles D. 
Lusk), 810 Michigan Ave.. Wilmette. m. 
P.— Bom Bohemia, Feb. 12. 1862. PupU 
of NAD and ASL of N. Y.; Colarossl 
Academy in Paris; studied in Chicago. 



LYFORD, Philip, 676 
Worcester. Mass. (P.) 



Pleasant SL, 



LYMAN, Joseph. Died March 6, 1913. at 
Walllnsrford. (jonn. 

P.— Bom Ravenna. O.. July 17, 1848. 
Pupil of Samuel Colman in New York. 
Member: ANA 1886; Century Assoc 
Award : Bronze medal, St. Louis 
Exp.. 1904. 



LYNCH, Anna, 9 Tree Studio Bldg., Chi- 
cago. llL; h. 64 South Cnrstal St., Blgin, 

Port,P.— Bom Elgin. HI. Pupil of AIC; 
Bougureau, Simon and Cottet in Paris. 
Member: Am.S.Mln.P.; Chicago SA; 
Chicago WCC; Paris A. Woman's AA, 
Work: Portrait of Judge Joseph B. 
Gary. Chicago Court House. 

MABIE, Helen, Summit. N. J. (P.) 

MABIE, Lester W., Linwood Park, Fort 
Lee, N. J. (P.) 

McCALL, Eva Struthers, 2224 Pine St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. (Min.P.) 

MacCAMERON, Robert. Died Dec 29, 
1912, in New York. N. Y. 
P.— Born Chicago, Jan. 14, 1866. PupU 
of G6r0me and Collin In Paris. Mem- 
ber: ANA 1910; Paris SAP; IntSoe. 
P.S.Q.; Port.P. Awards: Hon. men- 
tion, Paris Salon, 1904; third class 
medal, Paris Salon. 1908; Legion of 
Honor 1912. Work: "Groupe d*Amis." 
Corcoran Gallery, Washington; "Les 
Habitues," WUstach Gallery, Philadel- 
phia; "The Daughter's Return," Metro- 
politan Museum, New York. 



McCARTEN, I 
York, N. Y. 



., 148 West 126th St.. New 
(P.) 



McCARTER, Henry, "Beggarbush." 
Bethayres. Pa. 

I., T. — Born Norristown, Pa., July 6, 
1865. PupU of Eakins in Philadelphia; 
Puvis de Chavannes. Bonnftt and Alex- 
ander Harrison in Paris. Member: 
Fellowship PAFA. Awards: Bronze 
medal. Pan-Am.Exp.. Buffalo, 1901; sil- 
ver medal, St. Louis Exp.. 1904; Beck 
prize. Phila.WCC. 1906. 

MCCARTHY, Helen K., 1716 Chestnut St.; 
h. 1807 North 17th St.. Philadelphia, Pa.; 
summer. Huntingdon. Pa. 
P.— Bom Poland. O., Sept. 6. 1884. Pu- 
pil of Phila. School of Design. Mem- 
ber: Plastic C; Alumni of Pa. School 
of Design; Union Inter.des Beaux- Arts 
et des Lettres. 



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MacCHESNEY, Clara T(agoart), 27 West 
33d St., New York, N. Y.; summer, On- 
teora, TannersvlUe. N. Y. 
P. — ^Bom Brownsville, Cal. Pupil of San 
Francisco School of Design, under 
Virgil Williams; Gotham Art School In 
New York, under Mowbray and Beck- 
with; Qlrardot, Courtols and Colarossi 
Academy In Paris. Member: 
NYWCC: AWCS; NAC; N.Y.Munlclpal 
AS; Barnard C; Lyceum C. of London. 
Awards : Two medals, Ck)lumbian 
Bzp., Chicago, 1893; Dodge prise, NAD 
1894; gold medal for water color, 
ACPhila. 1900; second Hallgarten prize, 
NAD 1901; bronze medal, Pan-Am.Exp., 
Buffalo, 1901; bronze medal, St. Louis 
BSzp., 1904. Work: "Retrospection," 
Boston Art Club; "Portrait of George 
Pardee," State Capitol, Sacramento, 
Cal.; "A Good Story," National Arts 
Club, New York; "Portrait of Mr. Mc- 
Mahon," Emigrant Savings Bank, New 
York; "The Discovery," Union League 
Club, Chicago. 

McCLURE, Maud Qulnby, 6016 ElUs Ave., 
Chicago, 111.; h. Mt. Morris, 111.; sum- 
mer, Eagle's Nest Camp, Oregon, HI. 
S.— Born Mt. Morris, IlL, Oct. 4, 1884. 
Pupil of Lorado Taft In Chicago. 

McCONNELL, Emien, Haddonfleld, N. J. 
I. — Born Philadelphia, Pa.. Aug. 2, 
1872. Pupil of Chase and Pyle. Mem- 
ber: Fellowship PAFA. 

MacCORD, Charles William, 358 John St.. 
Bridgeport, Conn.; summer, ArkviUe, 
Del. Co., N. Y. 

P.— Bom Allegheny City, Pa., Feb. 3, 
1852. Self-taught. Member: Salma. 
C. 1897; Thumb Tack C, Bridgeport 
(pres. 1908-04). 

McCORD, Esther I. E.r 1600 Q St., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

P. — Born Richardson Co., Neb. Pupil 
of J. H. Moser in Washington. 

McCORD, William A., 63 Blymyer Bldg.; 
h. 416 Clark St., Cincinnati. O. 
P.. I.. C. — ^Born Cincinnati. O. Self- 
taught. Member: Cincinnati AC. 

McCORMACK, N. M. Cox, 1459 East 58d 
St., Chicago, 111. (P.) 

McCORMICK, Howard, Leonla. N. J. 
I.— M ember: SI. 1912; Salma.C. 1907. 

McCORMICK, M. Evelyn, Monterey, Cal. 
(P.) 

McCREA, S(amuel) Harkness, Scraggy- 
crag, Darien, Conn. 

Ldscp.P. — Bom Palatine. Cook Co., HI., 
March 15, 1867. Studied in San Fran- 
cisco. Chicago, New York, Paris and 
Munich. Member: Salma.C. 

McCREERY, Franc Root (Mrs. E. A. 
McCreery), 1701 D St., Lincoln, Neb. 
P.. I.— Bom Dodge City, Kan., July 28, 
1888. Pupil of Students' School of Art 
in Denver; A.I.C. Member: Chicago 
WCC. 



McCUTCHEON, John T(lnney), 1018 Fine 
Arts Bldg.; h. 37 East Schiller St., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Caricaturist. — Bom near South Raub, 
Tippecanoe Co., Ind., May 6, 1870. Pu- 

£11 of Ernest Knaufft in New York, 
[ember: SI 1911. On staff Chicago 
"Tribune" since 1903; corresi>ondent 
during Spanish War. Author: "Stories 
of Filipino Warfare," "Bird Center Car- 
toons," etc. 

McDonald, Mrs. Ann Heebner, 640- Mad- 
ison Ave., New York, N. Y.; summer. 
Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa. 
P.— Born Philadelphia. Pupil of PAFA; 
Whistler School in Paris. Member: 
FeUowship PAFA; Plastic C; NAC. 

MacDONALD, Donald, 400 Northampton 
St., Boston, Mass. 
P. — ^M ember: Boston AC. 

MacDONALD, Harold L., 606 13th St., 
Washington, D. C; h. PurcellviUeLVa. 
P., S., I., T. — Bom Manitowoc, Wis., 
May 13, 1861. Pupil of Boulanger and 
Lef ebvre in Paris. Member: S.Wash. 
A. 

MCDONALD, M. Lydia, Savannah, Mo. 
(Mln.P.) 

McDonald, W. p., nookwood Pottery, 
Cincinnati, O. (P.) 

MacDONALL, Angus (Peter), Westport, 
Conn. 

P., I. — ^Bom St. Louis. Mo., Apr. 7, 
1876. Member: Palette and Chisel 
C, Chicago; Chicago WCC; SI. 1912. 

MacDOUQALL, John A.p College of City of 
New York, New York, N. Y. 
Min.P., T.— Bora New York, 1843. Pu- 
pil of NAD in New York; Cormon 
In Paris. Member: Am.S.Mln.P. 
Awards : Silver medal, Cliarleston 
Exp., 1902. 

McDOUQALL, Margaret L., 622 N. Green 
Bay Road, Highland Park. lU. (P.) 

MacDOUQALL, R. Bm 939 Eighth Ave., 
New York, N. Y. (P.) 

MacDOWELL, Edward, Carnegie Studios, 
154 West B7th St., New York, N. Y. 
(S.) 

Mcelroy, Jane, 3328 Washington St., 
San Francisco, Cal. (P.) 

McENERNY, Daniel H., 10 Tree Studio 
Bldg., Chicago, 111. (P.) 

McENERY. Kathleen, 2231 Broadway. 
New York, N. Y. (P.) 

McEWEN, Walter, 11 Rue Legendre; h. 
69 Rue Galll6e, Paris, France; and 512 
La Salle Ave.. Chicago, 111. 
P.— Bom Chicago, Feb. 18, 1860. Pupil of 
Cormon and Robert-Fleury in Paris. 
Member: ANA 1903; Paris SAP (first 
vlce-pres.); Nat.Inst.A.L. Counselor 



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MacKILLOP 



Creason Scholarship, PAFA Students. 
Awards : Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 
1886; silver medal, Paris Exp., 1889; first 
class gold medal, Berlin, 1891; medal, 
Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; medal 
of honor, Antwerp, 1894; second class 
medal, Munich, 1897; silver medal, 
Paris Exp., 1900; first gold medal, 
Munich, 1901; first class medal, Vienna, 
1902; Llppincott prize, PAFA 1902; Har- 
ris prize, AIC 1902; gold medal. St. 
Louis Exp., 1904; first medal, Li^ge, 1906. 
Chevalier Legion of Honor 1896. Officer 
1908; Order of St. Michael, Bavaria; 
Order of Leopold II. Belgium, 1909. 
Work: "Sunday In Holland," Luxem- 
bourg Museum, Paris; decorations in 
Library of Congress, Washington; "An 
Ancestor," Corcoran Gallery, Washing- 
ton; "The Letter," Art Association. In- 
dianapolis; "Lady in White Satin 
Gown'' and "The Judgment of Paris," 
Art Institute of Cmcago; "Phyllis," 
Pennsylvania Academy, Philadelphia. 

MoFADDEN, Sarah Yocum, 3505 Hamil- 
ton St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
MIn.I'. — Born German town, Pa. Pupil 
of Drexel Inst., Howard Pyle, H. 
Delgendesch and Herman Faber in 
Philadelphia. Member: Plastic C; 
Pa.S.Mln.P. 



MacQREGOR, Sara Newlln (Mrs. Donald 
MacGregor), 1523 Chestnut St.; h. 2048 
North 29th St., Philadelphia. Pa. 
Min.P., I. — Born In Pennsylvania. Pu- 
pil of Wm. M. Chase, Ben Oilman, Ce- 
cilia Beaux and Henry Thouron. M e m- 
ber: Fellowship PAFA; Plastic C; 
Pa.S.Min.P. Award: Bronze medal, 
AAS 1902. 

McGUIRE, Agnes. See Mrs. D. W. Mc- 
CahiU. 

MclLVAINE, Edith Van R., 311 Shady 
Ave., East Liberty, Pa. (P.) 

MaclNTOSH, William W., 1809 Chestnut 
St.. Philadelphia, Pa. 
S.— Born West Philadelphia, Pa. Pupil 
of PAFA under Eaklns, Schussele, 
Poore, Chase and Cecilia Beaux. 

MacKAY, Edwin Murray, 83 East Euclid 
Ave., Detroit, Mich. 
P.— Born Sebewalng, Mich. Pupil of 
ASL of N. Y.; Blanche and Laurens in 
Paris. Member: ASL of N. Y. ; Paris 
AAA. 

McKAY, Helen. See Mrs. Brandt T. 
Steele. 



McFEE, Henry Lee, Woodstock, Ulster 
Co., N. Y. (P.) 



McGAIG, Mrs. Flora Thomas, 192 St. 
Jamos Place, Buffalo, N. Y. 
P., C, T.— Born New York State. Pu- 
)il of PAFA; largely self-taught, 
ember: Buffalo SA. 



Si' 



McGILL, Mrs. Eloise Polk, 223 Wood- 
lawn Ave., San Antonio, Tex. 
Mln.P., I., T. — Born Independence. Tex., 
Dec, 1872. Pupil of ASL of N. Y. and 
N.Y.School of Art. 

MacGILVARY, Norwood Hodge, 318 West 
57th St., New York, N. Y. 
P. — Born In Bangkok, Slam. Nov. 14, 

1874. Pupil of Mark Hopkins Inst., 
San Francisco; Myron Barlow In Eng- 
land; Laurens In Paris. Member: 
Paris AAA. 

MacQINNIS, H(enry) R., School of In- 
dustrial Arts; h. The Glencoe, 1115 West 
State St., Trenton, N. J.; summer. 
R. F. D. No. 1. Pike, N. H. 
P., T. — Born Morgan Co., Ind., Sept. 25, 

1875. Pupil of Adams, Steele and For- 
syth In Indiana; Royal Academy In 
Munich, under Welnholdt, Carl Marr 
and Herman Obrlst; Collin and Cour- 
tols In Paris. Member: Soc.of In- 
diana Artists. 

MacGREGOR, Donald, 1523 Chestnut St.; 
h. 2048 North 29th St., Philadelphia, 
Pa 

P.— Born Philadelphia. Pupil of PAFA 
under Chase. Member: Phlla.Sketch 
C. ; Fellowship PAFA. Award: Silver 
medal, AAS 1902. 



McKAY, Pauline, Grundmann Studios, 
Boston, Mass. (P.) 

McKEE, Virginia, 1824 Massachusetts 
Ave., Washington, D. C. (P.) 

McKENZIE, R(obert) Talt, University of 
Pennsylvania; h. 26 South 21st St.. Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 

S., W., L. — Born Almonte, Ont., Canada, 
May 26, 1867. Member: Phlla.Sketch 
C. Work: "Sprinter," FItz William 
Museum, Cambridge, England; "College 
Athlete," Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, 
England; "Juggler" and "Competitor," 
Metropolitan Museum. New York; "Com- 
petitor," National Gallery, Ottawa, Can- 
ada; "Onslaught," a group, and "Re- 
lay," statuette. National Gallery, Otta- 
wa, Canada; portraits in low relief of 
Samuel Jackson and Nathaniel Chap- 
man, Univ. of Pa.; D. W. W. Keen. 
Brown Univ., Providence; Dr. A. A. 
Browne, McGlll Univ.. Montreal, Can- 
ada; Benjamin Franklin, bronze statue, 
Univ. of Pa. Campus. Physician and 
director of physical education, Univ. of 
Pa. 

McKERNAN, Frank, 524 Walnut St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; h. Ridley Park. Pa. 
P., I.— Born Philadelphia, Sept. 19, 1861. 
Pupil of PAFA and of Howard Pyle. 
Member: Phlla.Sketch C. ; Fellow- 
ship PAFA. 

MacKILLOP, William, 222 West 59th St.,. 
New York N. Y. 

P._Born 'Philadelphia. Pa. Pupil of 
St. Louis School of Fine Arts; Jean 
Paul Laurens and Ernest Laurent in 
Paris. 



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MacNEIL 



McKINSTRY, Qraee E., 815 West Third 
St., Ffeirlbault, Minn.; summer, care of 
Minn. State Art Society, The Old Capi- 
tol, St. Paul, Minn. 
Port.P., L.— Bom Fredonia, N. T. Pu- 
pil of ASL of N. Y.; AIC; Julian and 
Colarossi academies and Collin in Paris. 
Member: Minneapolis Artists' 
Leaerue; S.Wash.A. 1899; Ler.of Ameri- 
can Pen Women (hon.); GK>veminir 
Board Minn. State Art Soc. Work: 
Portraits in the Capitol, St. Paul. Minn.; 
Univ. of Minn., Minneapolis; Lake "Erie 
College, PalnesviUe, O.; Carleton Col- 
lege, Northfleld, Minn.; Shattuck School, 
Faribault, Minn., etc. 

MacKNIQHT, Dodge, East Sandwich, 
Mass. 

P. — Bom Providence, R. I., 1860. Pupil 
of Cormon in Paris. Member: 
NYWCC 1900; Boston WCC. Work: 
"Cold Day" and "Fish Houses, New- 
foundland," Museum of Fine Arts, Bos- 
ton; "The Almond Tree," Museum of 
Art. Detroit. 

McLAIN, Mary, 67 West 62d St., New 
York. N. Y. (P.) 

McLANE, M(yrtle) Jean (Mrs. John C. 
Johansen), 62 Washington Sq., S., New 
York, N. Y. 

Port.P.— Born Chic€igo, 111., Sept. 14, 
1878. Pupil of AIC; Duveneck and 
Chase. Member: ANA 1912; Port.P. 
Awards : Bronze medal, St. Louis 
Exp., 1904; first prize, Inter.Lg., Paris, 
1907 and 1908; ElUng prize, N.Y. Wo- 
man's AC 1907; Burgess prize, N.Y. Wo- 
man's AC 1908; Julia A. Shaw prize, 
NAD 1912. Work: "Girl in Gray," 
Museum of Art, Toledo, O. • 

MacLAUQHLIN, Donald Shaw, 80 West 
40th St., New York, N. Y. 
Etcher. P. — Born Boston, Mass., Nov. 9, 
1876. Pupil of W. D. Hamilton. Mem- 
ber: Paris AAA ; Salon Champs de 
Mars. Awards : Silver medal for 
etching, Pan -Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; 
medal of honor, Limoges 1903; bronze 
medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

MacLEAN, Christina, 828 Adam St., Fort 
Worth, Tex. (P.) 



McMANUS, Blanche. 
Mansfield. 



See Mrs. F. M. 



McMANUS, James Qoodwin, Hartford, 
Conn. (P.) 

^oMILLAN, L. L., Alexandria, Ind. (P.) 

MCMILLAN, Mary Lane, Polytechnic Col- 
lege, Fort Worth, Tex. (P.) 

MacMONNIES, Frederick W(illlam), Qi- 
verny-par-Vernon. Eure, France. 
S., P.— Born Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 28, 
1863. Pupil of NAD, ASL and Augustus 
Saint Gaudens in New York; of Fal- 
gul^re, Ecole des Beaux-Arts and Mer- 
ely in Paris. Member: SAA 1891; 
ANA 1901, NA 1906; N.Y.Arch.Lg. 1892; 
NSS; Nat.Inst.A.L. ; NAC. Awards: 
Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 1889; second 
class medal, Paris Salon, 1891; medal. 



Columbian Exp., Chicago. 1893; first 
class gold medal, Antwerp, 1894; medal, 
ACPhila. 1895; medal, Atlanta Exp., 1895; 
grand prise of honor, Paris Exp., 1900; 
medal, Munich; first prize, Boston AC; 
hon. mention for painting, Paris Salon, 
1901; gold medal for sculpture, Pan -Am. 
Exp., Buffalo, 1901; hon. mention for 
painting, Paris Salon, 1902; third medal 
for painting, Paris Salon, 1904. Cheva- 
lier of the Legion of Honor 1896; Cheva- 
lier Order of St. Michael of Bavaria. 
Work: "Nathan Hale," City Hall Park. 
New York: "Army" and "Navy" and 
"Horse Tamers," Brooklyn, New York; 
"Bacchante," Metropolitan Museum, 
New York, and Luxembourg. Paris; 
"Victory." West Point, N. Y.; "Sir 
Henry Vane," Boston Public Library; 
central bronze doors and statue of 
"Shakespeare." Library of Congress. 
Washington; "Pioneer Monument,'^ 
Denver. 

MacMONNIES, Mary Falrchlld. See Mrs. 
Will H. Low. 

MacNAB, John 8., 174 West 95th St., 
New York NY 

P., T.— Bom Paisley, Scotland, Dec. 9, 
1858. Pupil of Robert Qreenlees In 
Glasgow and Glasgow School of Art. 
Member: Art In Trades C. 

MacNEIL, Carol Brooks (Mrs. H. A. Mac- 
Nell), 679 Northern Boulevard, College 
Point. L. I.. N. Y. 
S.— Born Chicago, 111., Jan. 15. 1871. Pu- 

811 of AIC under Lorado Taft; Mac- 
[onnies and Injalbert In Paris. Mem- 
ber: NSS; N.Y. Woman's AC. 
Awards: Hon. mention, Paris Exp., 
1900; bronze medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

MacNEIL, H(ermon) ACtklns), 160 Fifth 
Ave., New York, N. Y.; h. 679 Northern 
Boulevard. College Point, L. I., N. Y. 
S.— Born Everett, Mass., Feb. 27, 1866. 
Pupil of Mass. Normal Art School in 
Boston; Chapu at Julian Academy and 
Falguldre at Ecole des Beaux-Arts in 
Paris. Member: NSS (ex-pres.) ; ANA 
1905, NA 1906; SAA 1901; N.Y.Arch.Lg. 
1902: Century Assoc; NAC; N.Y.MunicT- 
pal AS; Nat.Inst.A.L. Awards: 
Hlnehart Roman scholarship, 1896-1900; 
designer's medal, Columbian Exp., Chi- 
cago, 1893; silver medal, Atlanta Exp., 
1895; sliver medal. Paris Exp., 1900; 
gold medal, Pan-Am.Exp., Buffalo, 1901; 
gold medal, Charleston Exp., 1902; com- 
memorative gold medal, St. Louis Exp.. 
1904; commemorative medal, Jewish 
Settlement in America; gold medal, 
Buenos Asrres Exp.. 1910. Work: 
"Sun Vow" and "Primitive Chant." 
Metropolitan Museum, New York; "Sun 
Vow," Corcoran Gallery, Washington; 
"Coming of the White Man," City Park, 
Portland, Ore.; "McKInley Memorial,** 
Columbus, O.; "Soldiers and Sailors 
Monument," WhltinsvIUe, Mass.; "Sol- 
diers and Sailors Memorial." Albany. 
N. Y.; Senator Orville Hitchcock Piatt 
Memorial, State Capitol, Hartford, 
Conn.; "The Moqul Prayer for Rain," 
Art Institute, Chicago. 



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Mcpherson, j. c, i38 west esth St., 

New York. N. T. (P.) 

MacPHERSON, Mrs. Marie R(auchfuM), 
Jellico, Tenn. 

P. — Bom Cincinnati, O., June 19, 1879. 
Pupil of Cincinnati Academy under Du- 
veneck. Member: Cincinnati Wo- 
man's AC. 

MacRAE, Elmer Ldvlngston), 1206 Car- 
ne^e Hall, New York, N. Y.; h. Cos 
Cob, Conn. 

P.— Bom New York, July 16, 1875. Pu- 
pil of ASL of N. Y. under Twachtman, 
Beckwi th, B lum and Mowbray. Mem- 
ber : NYWCC; Am.PS (treas.); Pastel- 
ists; Greenwich SA.; MacD.C. 

McRICKARDp James P., Third St., Bay- 
side, L. I., N. Y. 

P.— Bora Nov. 7, 1872. Pupil of ASL 
of N. Y. Member: Salma.C. 

MACAU LEY, C. R., care of "World," 
New York, N. Y. (Cartoonist.) 

MACPARLAN. Christina, 1805 Chestnut 
St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
P.— Bora Philadelphia. Pupil of Chase, 
Breckenridfire and Cecilia Beaux. Mem- 
ber: Plastic C; Fellowship PAFA. 

MACHAN, Knowles, care of Will Brad- 
ley, 22 East 17th St., New York. N. Y. 
(I.) 

MACKAY, William A(ndrew), 152 West 
65th St.; h. "The Players," 16 Gramercy 
Park, New York, N. Y.; summer, 
CoytesvlUe, Fort Lee, N. J. 
Mural P.— Bora Philadelphia, July 10, 
1878. Pupil of Constant and Laurens 
in Paris; Academy in Rome; Robert 
Reid In New York. Member: SI 
1910; Mural P.; N.Y.Arch.Lgr.; Players 
C. ; Paris AAA. Work: Mural paint- 
ingrs in: Senate Reading Room, Con- 
cessional Library, Washington; House 
of Representatives, St. Paul, Minn.; Su- 
preme Court Room, Essex County Court 
Hous^. Newark, N. J.; Castlegould, 
Port Washington, L. I.; facade of 19 
East 57th St., New York. 

MACKUBIN, Florence, 417 North Charles 
St.: h. The Brexton, Baltimore, Md.; 
summer, St. Andrew's, New Brunswick^ 
Canada. 

Port. P. — Bora Florence, Italy, of Amer- 
ican parents. Pupil of Galea In Nice; 
Herterlch in Munich; Julius Rolshoven 
In Florence and Paris; Louis Deschamps 
In Paris. Awards : Bronze medal 
and diploma for miniatures, Tennessee 
Exp., 1897. Work: "Governor Lloyd 
Lowndes," Maryland State House, An- 
napolis: "The Lords Baltimore," Balti- 
more Club; "Prof. Basil Gildersleeve," 
Unlv. of Va.; miniatures in Walters Gal- 
lery, Baltimore. 

MACOMBER, Mary L., 4 St. Botolph 
Studios Annex, Harcourt St.. Boston, 
Mass.; and 33 West 67th St., New York, 
N. Y. 

P. — Born Fall River, Mass.. Aug. 21, 
1861. Pupil of Dunning, Duveneck and 
Boston Museum School. Member: 



Copley S. 1884. Awards: Medal, 
Mass. Charitable Mechanics Assoc, Bos- 
ton, 1896; medaL Atlanta Bxp., 1895; 
Dodge prize, NAD 1897; hon. mention, 
CLPittsburgh, 1901. Work: "St. 
Catherine." Museum of Fine Arts, Bos- 
ton; "Memory Comforting fitorrow," 
Public Library, Fall River, Mass. 

MACRUM. Q. H., 41 Washington Sq., New 
York, N. Y. 

P., I., T.— Pupil of F. V. Du Mond and 
Birge Harrison. 

MACSOUD, Nicolas 8., 212 CUnton St., 
Brooklyn, New York, N. Y.; summer, 
liilford. Pa. 

P. — ^Born Zahl6, Mt. Lebanon, Turkey, 
March 7, 1884. Pupil of NAD. 

MADEIRA, Clara N., care of C. S. Hasel- 
tine, 1822 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, 
Pa. (P.) 

MAQEE, James C^ 614 Walnut St.; h. 
4156 Leldy Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 
P. — Born Brooklyn, N. Y. Pupil of 
PAFA under Chase; Robert Henri in 
Paris. A w aT d s : Silver medal, AAS 
1902; gold medal, AAS, 1907. 

MAQER, Que, 2 White Terrace, Newark, 
N. J. (P.) 

MAQONIQLE. Edith M. (lira. H. Van Bu- 
ren Magonigle), 829 Park Ave., New 
York, N. Y. (P.) 

MAQRATH, William, 168 Taylor St., West 
New Brighton. N. Y. 
P.— Born Cork, Ireland, March 20, 1838. 
Member: ANA 1873, NA 1876; 
AWCS. Work: "On the Old Sod." 
Metropolitan Museum, New York, N. Y. 

MAHER, Elizabeth Brooks, Kenilworth, 
111. (P.) 

MAHLER, Rebecca, 939 Eighth Ave., New 
York, N. Y. 

P., T. — ^Born New York, Jan. 16, 1871. 
Pupil of Henry Mosler and Chase. 

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