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CATALOGUE DE LUXE of the DEPARTMENT 

OF FINE ARTS, PANAMA-PACIFIC 

INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION 




PALACE OF FINE ARTS: THE COLONNADE 



CATALOGUE DE LUXE 

OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 
PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL 

EXPOSITION 

Edited by JOHN E. D.TRASK 

CHIEF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 

^//^J.NILSEN LAURVIK 



ILLUSTRATED WITH ONE HUNDRED 
AND NINETY-TWO REPRODUCTIONS 
OF PAINTINGS, SCULPTURE, OTHER 
EXHIBITS AND VIEWS OFTHE PALACE 
OF FINE ARTS 




IN TWO VOLUMES 
VOLUME TWO 



PAUL ELDER AND COMPANY 
PUBLISHERS • SAN FRANCISCO 



ILLUSTRATIONS 

VOLUME II 

FACING PACE 

Palace of Fine Arts: The Colonnade. (Frontispiece) 

Sleeping Children. Siiren Onsager 234 

The Drake and the Duck. Kao Ki-fong 238 

Snow Scene. Kiang Ying-seng 240 

Spring Day. Alfred Bergstrom 242 

His Majesty King Gustaf V. Emil Osterman 244 

Winter in the Forest. Anshelm Schultzberg 24S 

Laughter. Otof Ahlberg 250 

The Pilgrimage. Adriano de Sousa-Lopes 252 

An Indian of the Tehuelche Tribe. Alberto Lagos 254 

Binnenkant: Winter at Amsterdam. Ifillem JVitsen 256 

Autumnal Day. Arnold Marc Gorter 258 

Portrait: Fraulein von Seybl. John Quincy Adams 260 

Portrait: Mark Vedres. Jozsef Rippl-Ronai 264 

Spring Veil. George Sauter 266 

Portrait: Countess Lajos Batthy.anyi Jdnos Vaszary 268 

Type of Segovian. Ramon de Zubiaurre 270 

In the Rhine Meadows, lieinriclt -von Ziigel 272 

In the Sun. Halfdan Strom 274 

The Dramatist, Gunnar Heiberg and Friends in the Garden. Henrik Lund . . 276 

Crows and Their Young. Dagfin IVerenskiold 280 

A Rose. Thomas P. Anshutz 283 

Portrait. Cecilia Beaux 284 

River Front. George Bellovis 286 

Italian Pitcher and Fruit. Hugh H. Breckenridge 288 

The Santa Inez Mountains. Henry Joseph Breuer 290 

The Potter. George de Forest Brush 292 

The Mirror. Dennis Miller Bunker 296 

Nude. Arthur B. Carles 298 

Frost Bound. John F. Carlson 300 

Woman Reading in a Garden. Mary Cassatt 302 

Portrait. Howard Gardiner Cushing 304 

Portrait of Frank Duveneck. Joseph R. De Camp 306 

Picardy Fisher Folk. Charles J. Dickman 308 

Head of Old Dutchman. Rudolph Dirks 312 

Changing Weather. Paul Dougherty 314 

Portrait of Mrs. Mary A. Goulding. Charles Loring Elliott 316 

Summer. Frederick Carl Frieseke 318 

Quarry: Evening. Daniel Garher 320 

Chez Mououin. IfiUiam J. Glackens 322 

Church of S. Trovaso: Venice, tl^ alter Griffin 324 

Peace: Hopiland. Albert L. Groll 328 

Lavender and Old Ivory. Lilian fVestcott Hale 330 

Woman with Roses. Philip L. Hale 332 

Interior. Samuel Halpert 334 

Mother. John McLure Hamilton 336 

Afternoon Fog. IVinsloiu Homer 338 

A Drummer Boy. Eastman Johnson 340 

Reflection. Sergeant Kendall 344 

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ILLUSTRATIONS 

FACING PAGE 

Our Boatman. John La Farge ; 346 

Hudson River and Palisades. Ernest Laieson 348 

GowANUS Canal, ^'lllen Leiu'u 350 

Oaks of the Monte. Francis McComas 352 

At the Burgomaster's. It'alter McEiven 354 

Still Life. Henry Lee McFee 356 

The Carnation. Arthur F. Matheiis 360 

Portrait: Mrs. David Olyphant. Samuel F. B. Morse 362 

The Painter's Triu.mph. William Sidney Mount 364 

Monterey Dunes. Eugen Neuhaus 366 

Youth. Josephine Paddock 368 

The Housemaid. William M. Paxton 370 

Portrait of Colonel Charles Pettit. Charles Willson Peale 372 

Fox and Geese. Joseph T. Pearson, Jr 376 

In the Studio. Ellen G. Emmet Rand 378 

The Japanese Screen. Robert Reid 380 

The Young Mother. Mary Curtis Richardson 382 

Floating Ice: Early* Morning. Charles Rosen 384 

Nude Study. John Singer Sargent 386 

Toning of the Bell. Walter Shirlatu 388 

Bather. Charles Walter Stetson 392 

Portrait OF Major General Henry Dearborn. Gilbert Stuart 394 

Co.MiNG OF the Line Storm. Frederick J. Waugh 396 

War News from Mexico. R. Caton Woodville 398 

The Checkered Dress. William H. K. Yarroiv 400 

My House in Winter. Charles Morris Young 402 

Muse Finding He.'\d of Orpheus. Edivard Berge 404 

Fountain Group. Karl Bitter 408 

Laughing Boy. .•/. Stirling Colder 410 

The Windy Doorstep. Abastenia St. Leger Eberle 412 

The Pioneer Mother. Charles Grafly 414 

The Bronze Turkey. Albert Laessle 416 

L'Amour. Ei'elyn Beatrice Longman 418 

Centaur and Dryad. Paul Manship 420 

Scratching a Twister. Joseph J. Mora 424 

The Maiden of the Roman Campagna. Albin Polasek 426 

A.merican Bison. A. Phimister Proctor 428 

Puma and Snake. Arthur Putnam 430 

Motherhood. Bessie Potter Vonnoh 432 

The Shoveler. Mahonri M. Young 434 

Lady in Pink. Nicholai Fechin 436 

Grandfather's Birthday. F. Cabrera Canto 440 

Tobogganing. Elsa Backlund-Celsing 442 

The Duel. Ossian Elgstrom 444 

Nude Girl. Carl Larsson 446 

Floor Plan, Palace of Fine Arts 482 

Floor Plan, Annex 484 



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CATALOGUE OF EXHIBITS 

(CONTINUED) 



UNITED STATES SECTION 

(CONTINUED FROM VOLUME I.) 



HAI.PERT, SAMUEL 

4365. Lake George. 

TUTTLE, RUEL CROMPTON 

4366. The Fountain: Windsor. 

MENDENHALL, EMMA 

4367. Street in St. Ives: Cornwall. 

BUTLER, J. J. P. 

4368. Autumn Landscape. 

BUTLER, THEODORE EARL 

4369. Afternoon. 

COUSE, E. IRVING 

4370. The Turquoise Beadmaker. 

WOODBURY, CHARLES H. 

4371. Cut at Empire. 

4372. Near Empire. 

4373. Culebra Cut. 
BOURNE, GERTRUDE B. 

4374. Rear View of Boston State House. 

LICHTENAUER, J. MORTIMER 

4375. Study for Shubert Theatre. 

KELLER, ARTHUR I. 

4376. The Young Critic. 

BOURNE, GERTRUDE B. 

4377. Rhododendrons. 

WOODBURY, CHARLES H. 

4378. Near Pedro Miguel. 

4379. The Great Slide. 

4380. Sea Wall: Panama. 

PETERSON, JANE 

4381. Low Tide. 
ZIMMERMAN, M. W. 

4382. Across the Valley. 

BUTLER, THEODORE EARL 

4383. Sunrise. 

CHAPMAN, CHARLES S. 

4384. The Marauder. 

SCULPTURE 

FRASER, JAMES EARLE 

4385. Portrait of J. G. 
COONSMAN, NANCY 

4386. Wistful Baby. 
SCUDDER, JANET 

4387. Tortoise Fountain. 

MAZUR, WLADYSLAW 

4388. Motherless. 

MANOR, FLORENCE 

4389. The Florence Madonna. 



WHIGHT, ALICE MORGAN 

4390. Beside the Pool. 
BURROUGHS, EDITH WOODMAN 

4391. L'Arriere Pensee. 
VONNOH, BESSIE POTTER 

4392. The Intruder. 

GALLERY ONE HUNDRED TfrENTY 

PAINTINGS 

HALPERT, SAMUEL 

4393. Interior. 
HAMILTON, MARY RITER 

4394. Old Woman: Study. 
GIHON, CLARENCE M. 

4395. Haunted House. 
MAURER, ALFRED H. 

4396. Jeanne. 
WOODBURY, CHARLES H. 

4397. The Bark. 
MAURER, ALFRED H. 

4398. Bal Bullier. 
STEWART, JULIUS L. 

4399. Wood Nymphs. 
KENT, ROCKWELL 

4400. A Mother and Her Sons. 
WEHRSCHMIDT, DANIEL 

4401. The Morning's Milk. 
STEWART, JULIUS L. 

4402. Blue Butterfly. 
MANIGAULT, E. MIDDLETON 

4403. Pastoral. 
NOBLE, JOHN 

4404. Toilers of the Sea. 
BISSELL, HELEN RATHBUN 

4405. Old Melodies. 
LUKS, GEORGE 

4406. The Mother. 
HAMILTON, WILBUR DEAN 

4407. Portrait of Justice McKenna. 
COLEMAN, CHARLES CARYL 

4408. Sorrow. 
BERLIN, HARRY 

4409. Vermont Hills. 
MUHRMAN, HENRY 

4410. The Barge. 
FINKELNBURG, AUGUSTA 

4411. My Woodsie Park. 
LANGTRY, MARY 

4412. A September Night: Ipswich. 



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BREMER, ANNE M. 

4413. The Village of Good Cheer. 

4414. Marigold and Primrose. 
MERRITT, ANNA LEA 

4415. Nymph of Dew. 
THORN DYKE, CH./^RLES HALL 

4416. Boats Entering the River. 
THOMAS, SEYMOUR 

4417. Portrait: Henri Vignaud. 
MARR, C.'VRL 

4418. Holy Family. 
BURNSIDE, CAMERON 

4419. The Yellow Curtain. 
McKILLOP, WILLIAM 

4420. Portrait of Robert W. Chanler, 

BREMER, ANNE M. 

4421. The Fur Collar. 

OLSON, JOSEPH OLIVER 

4422. The Landscape Class. 

MERRITT, ANNA LEA 

4423. Youth. 

CONNELL, EDWIN D. 

4424. The Dunes. 

FISHER, MARK 

4425. The Rick Yard. 

ULLMAN, EUGENE PAUL 

4426. Head of a Young Woman. 

BARLOW, MYRON 

4427. Flowers. 

McKILLOP, WILLIAM 

4428. The Letter. 

MURRAY, FRANK WALDO 

4429. Portrait of Robert Fowler. 
DABO, LEON 

4430. The Rockets: Rain of Fire. 

BARLOW, MYRON 

4431. Apples. 

RITTENBERG, HENRY R. 

4432. Still Life. 

HEVNEMANN, JULIA H. 

4433. The Spanish Coat. 
ERICSON, DAVID 

4434. Low Tide. 
BARLOW, MYRON 

4435. Fish Sellers. 
CONNER, JOHN RAMSEY 

4436. The Little Seamstress. 
LA FAROE, BANCEL 

4437. The Willow. 
LUKS, GEORGE 

4438. Man in Brown. 
BELLOWS, GEORGE 

4439. Polo Crowd. 



SPRINCHORN, CARL 

4440. Beach at Laguna. 
BELLOWS, GEORGE 

4441. River Front. 

4442. Portrait of a Young Lady. 
PANCOAST, MORRIS HALL 

4443. Afternoon : Tomkinsville. 
TANAKA, YASUSHI 

4444. The Shadow of the Madrona. 
GELHAAR, EMIL 

4445. Packer Hall. 
WOOLF, SAMUEL JOHNSON 

4446. The News Stand. 
GLINTENKAMP, HENRY J. 

4447. Wind Gap. 

MITCHELL, ARTHUR 

4448. Close of a November Day. 

HAMILTON, MARY RITER 

4449. The Poor. 
ADAMS, PHILIP 

4450. The Sailor. 
WEBSTER, E. AMBROSE 

4451. In the Woods. 

DE WENTWORTH, CECILE 

4452. Taper to Saint Genevieve. 
TUCKER, ALLEN 

4453. Portrait in Blue and Ivory. 
WEBSTER, E. AMBROSE 

4454. On the Trail. 
BELLOWS, GEORGE 

4455. Excavation at Night. 
DAVEY, RANDALL 

4456. Segovian Man. 
KOPMAN, BENJAMIN D. 

4457. Portrait of a Young Man. 

DU BOIS, GUY PENE 

4458. Trapeze Performer. 
BISSELL, HELEN RATHBUN 

4459. A German Interior. 
UPTON, FLORENCE K. 

4460. The Yellow Room. 
MAGER, GUS 

4461. The Laborer. 

SCULPTURE 

WRIGHT, ALICE MORGAN 

4462. Wood Nymph. 
HARVEY, ELI 

4463. Lion of the Desert. 
KNIGHT, CHARLES ROBERT 

4464. Kodiak Bear. 
WORTHINGTON, BEATRICE MAUDE 

4465. Grief. 

LADD, ANNA COLEMAN 

4466. The Sword. 



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SI.KEPINC, CH II I)R[:\. By Sorcn (Jnui,;,; 



UNITED STATES SECTION 



KRATINA, JOSEPH M. 

4467. Genius: Head of Baby. 

WARNER, OLIN L. 
446S. Mr. Cottier. 

KNIGHT, CHARLES ROBERT 

4469. Polar Bear. 

BALL, CAROLINE PEDDLE 

4470. Sun-Dial. 

KNIGHT, CHARLES ROBERT 

4471. Leaping Tiger. 

STORRS, JOHN 

4472. Marble Head. 

COLONNADE 

SCULPTURE 

ROTH, FREDERICK G. R. 

4473. Sea Lions. 

DALLIN, CYRUS EDWIN 

4474. The Scout. 
LADD, ANNA COLEMAN 

4475. Wind and Spray. 

PATIGIAN, HAIG 

4476. Diana. 

FRY, SHERRY EDMKNDSON 

4477. Peace: Fountain Figure. 
PROCTOR, A. PHIMISTER 

4478. American Bison. 

SAINT GAUDENS, AUGUSTUS 

4479. Seated Lincoln. 

Lent by the Lincoln Monument 
Fund. 
HOLM, VICTOR S. 

4480. Halsey C. IVES, Esq. 

SAINT GAUDENS, LOUIS 

4481. Piping Pan. 

SCUDDER, JANET 

4482. Flying Cupid. 

BERGE, EDWARD 

4483. Muse Finding Head of Orepheus. 

SCUDDER, JANET 

4484. Young Pan. 

BERGE, EDWARD 

4485. Wild Flower. 

4486. Boy and Frog Fountain. 
BITTER, KARL 

4487. Statue of Thomas Jefferson. 
POLASEK, AI.BIN 

4488. Portrait of a Boy. 
GRAFLY, CHARLES 

4489. The Pioneer Mother. 
STERLING, LINDSEY MORRIS 

4490. The Awakening. 

ADAMS, HERBERT 

4491. William Cullcn Brvant. 



BOYLE, JOHN J. 

4492. Returning from the Hunt. 
SCUDDER, JANET 

4493. Fighting Boys. 

NOQt;ET, PAUL 

4494. Soldier of Marathon. 

Lent by Gutzon Borglum, Esq. 

MULLER, OLGA POPOFF 

4495. Primitive Man. 

BERGE, EDWARD 

4496. The Scalp. 
PICCIRILLI, ATTILIO 

4497. A Faun's Toilet. 
PARSONS, EDITH BARRETTO 

4498. Fountain: Duck Baby. 

POLASEK, ALBIN 

4499. The Maiden of the Roman Campagna. 
WEINMAN, ADOLPH ALEXANDER 

4500. Head of Lincoln. 

PERRY, R. HINTON 

4501. Daughter of Pan. 

ADAMS, HERBERT 

4502. Chief Justice Marshall. 

BERGE, EDWARD 

4503. Sun Dial. 

DIETSCH, C. PERCIVAL 

4504. Destiny. 
PIETRO, C. S. 

4505. Mother of the Dead. 

TAFT, LORADO 

4506. Fragment: Fountain of Time. 

QUINN, EDMOND T. 

4507. Nymph: Garden Figure. 

BARTLETT, PAUL WAYLAND 

4508. Dying Lion. 

LADD, ANNA COLEMAN 

4509. Rock and Flower Group for Pool. 

PAINE, ROBERT 

4510. Fountain for Public Garden. 
PRATT, BELA LYON 

4511. Whaleman. 
HOLM, VICTOR S. 

4512. Prima Mater. 
RISQUE, CAROLINE EVERETT 

4513. Bird Fountain. 

LADD, ANNA COLEMAN 

4514. Triton Babies. 

4515. Water Sprites. 

4516. Sun-God and Python. 

CORBETT, GAIL SHERMAN 

4517. Sundial Boy. 
BARNHORN, CLEMENT J. 

4518. Boy Pan with Frog. 



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HEBER, CARL AUGUSTUS 

4519. Bondage. 

HYATT, ANNA VAUGHAN 

4520. Great Dane. 

4521. Great Dane. 
SCUDDER, JANET 

4522. Young Diana. 
FRISHMUTH, HARRIET W. 

4523. Saki: A Sun Dial. 
PATIGIAN, HAIG 

4524. Apollo Hunting. 
SALVATORE, VICTOR D. 

4525. Youth. 

BURROUGHS, EDITH WOODMAN 

4526. Garden Figure. 
LONGMAN, EVELYN BEATRICE 

4527. L' Amour. 
PRATT, BELA LYON 

4528. Boy with Fish. 

MULLER, OLGA POPOFF 

4529. Centaur. 
POLASEK, ALBIN 

4530. The Sower. 
BEACH, CHESTER 

4531. Beyond. 
RUMSEY, CHARLES CARY 

4532. Boyhood. 

PICCIRILLI, ATTILIO 

4533. An Outcast. 
MULLER, OLGA POPOFF 

4534. Idyl. 
WARNER, OLIN L. 

4535. Dancing Nymph. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 

PICCIRILLI, FURIO 

4536. Eurydice. 

4537. Young Mother and Child. 

KONTI, ISIDORE 

4538. Wood Nymph. 



AITKEN, ROBERT 

4539. Michelangelo. 

4540. William H. Taft. 

Lent bv Mrs. William H. Taft. 
WARD, JOHN QUINCY ADAMS 

4541. Henry Ward Beecher. 
PROCTOR, A. PHIMISTER 

4542. American Bison. 
CORBETT, GAIL SHERMAN 

4543. Kirkpatrick Memorial Fountain. 
PRATT, BELA LYON 

4544. Large Relief No. 2. 
FRENCH, DANIEL CHESTER 

4545. Lincoln. 

Lent by the State of Nebraska. 
RECCHIA, RICHARD H. 

4546. Relief: Boston Museum of Fine Arts 

No. 2. 
BOYLE, JOHN J. 

4547. Commodore Barry Monument. 
RECCHIA, RICHARD H. 

4548. Relief: Boston Museum of Fine Arts 

No. 1. 
FRENCH, DANIEL CHESTER 

4549. Earl Dodge Memorial: Princeton 

Student. 

Lent by Princton University. 

McKENZIE, R. TAIT 

4550. The Young Franklin. 
PRATT, BELA LYON 

4551. Large Relief No. 1. 
BARTLETT, PAUL WAYLAND 

4552. Statue of Lafayette. 

ANNEX 

SCULPTURE 

BARTLETT, PAUL WAYLAND 

4553. Philosophy. 

4554. Romance. 

4555. Religion. 
BRINGHURST, R. P. 

4556. Journalism. 



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CHINESE SECTION 



CHEN CHI 

Commissioner General. 



C. Y. YEN 

Commissioner of Fine Arts. 
TV KWEN-HUA 
Secretary. 



GALLERIES NINETY-FOUR TO NLWETY-SEFEN 



IMITATION OF KU YU-HSIEN'S WORK 

WANG WEN-MING. 

1. Strass Bottle: Parrot. 

2. Strass Bottle: Hibiscus Mutabilis. 

3. Strass Bottle: Three Chickens. 

4. Strass Bottle: Lotus Flowers. 
WANG HSAO-TING 

5. Strass Bottle: Portrait of Chuankuei. 
TEH CHANG 

6. Strass Vase in Gourd Shape. 
LONG HONG-MU 

7. Strass Vase: Pine, Bamboo and Prunus. 

8. Strass Pen-holder ; Pine, Bamboo and 

Prunus. 

REPRODUCTION OF KANG SI PORCELAIN 

WANG TEH-CHANG 

9. Tea Cups : Colored Flowers. 
10. A Pair of Genii. 

n. Prunus Vase: Clustering Flowers. 

12. Fish Tail Vase: Red Background. 

13. Rich Colored Jar. 

14. Big Colored Platter. 

15. Colored Plate. 

16. Vase: Puan An in Procession. 

17. Liquor Cup: Human Figures. 

18. Tea Cups: Flowers on Red Back- 

ground. 
HSUN TSONG-LI 

19. Canister: Beauties. 

20. Square Vase: Flowers. 

21. Vase: Landscape. 
YU HSUN 

22. Jar in Squash Shape. 

REPRODUCTION OF KIEN LUNG PORCEtAIN 

WANG TEH-CHANG 

23. Bowl : Milky Way Marriage. 

24. Vase: Official Promotion. 

25. Colored Jar. 
YU HSUN 

26. Flower Basket Shaped Vase: Human 
Figures. 
HSUN TSONG-LI 

27. Rouge Colored Prunus Vase. 

28. Vase: Human Figures on Blue Back- 

ground. 



29. Slant Cornered Vase. 

30. Jar: Flowers, Deer and Storks. 

31. Globe Vase: Clouds and Bats. 

REPRODUCTION OF MING PORCELAIN 

WANG TEH-CHANG 

32. Colored Vase. 

33. Palm Shaped Vase. 

34. Gourd Shaped Vase. 

REPRODUCTION OF YONG CHUN PORCELAIN 

WANG TEH-CHANG 

35. Square Vase: Flowers of all Seasons. 
HSUN TSONG-LI 

36. Vase: Eight Peaches. 

REPRODUCTION OF TAO KUAN PORCELAIN 

HSUN TSONG-LI 

37. Big Mouth Vase: Twelve Zodiac 

Signs. 

PORCELAIN WORK 

YU HSUN 

38. Globe Vase: Landscape. 

39. Rose Colored Vase. 

40. Gourd Shaped Vase: Human Figures. 
LAI CHING-KO 

41. Gold-fish Kong: Landscape Engraved. 
CHEN HSAO-CHEO 

42. Vase: Dragon and Phoenix Engraved. 
CHEN TSUN-HEO 

43. Vase: Colored Picture in Relief. 

WOOD AND BAMBOO WORKS 

CHU TSZ-CHANG 

Aiiarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

44. Peach Pilferer. 

45. Intoxicated Monk. 

46. Distracted Monk. 

47. Scratching Figure. 

48. Plowman and Herdmen. 
CHEN-TU 

49. Cigarette Tray. 
CHEO MEI-KO 

Aiiarded SiU-er Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

50. Buddha Image. 

51. Carved Picture. 



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WANG HSUN 

AiuarJeJ Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

52. Carved Screen in Tabasheer. 

CLOISONNE WORKS 

PAO HUA-LEO 

53. Badge for 3rd Grade of Merit. 

54. Corn Badge of 2nd Order. 

55. Silver Colored Badge for 2nd Grade. 

56. Corn Badge of 5th Order. 

57. Tiger Badge of 1st Order. 

58. Corn Badge of 2nd Order. 

59. Monster Tripod in Enamelled Silver. 

60. Gormand Decanter in Enamelled 

Silver. 

TEH HSIN-CHEN 

61. Corn Badge of 1st Order. 

62. Corn Badge of 5th Order. 

63. Phoenix Badge. 

64. Tiger Badge. 

65. Badges of Different Styles. 

66. Set of Twelve Cups. 

67. Colored Decanter. 

68. One Colored Decanter. 

69. Incense Burner. 

70. Five Mouthed Vase. 

71. Dragon-handled Sprinkling Pot. 

72. Twin Sheep Eared Vessel. 

73. Begonia Shaped Censer. 

74. Copper Colored Hanging Pitcher. 

75. Felicity Designed Censer. 

76. Eight Angled Vase. 

77. Dragon-handled Vase in Begonia 

Shape. 

78. Box Designed in Triple Prosperities. 

79. Dragon-handled Sprinkling Pot. 

80. Imitation of Old Vase. 

81. Imitation of Old Goblets. 

82. Imitation of Old Vase in Pillow Shape. 

83. Imitation of Old Vessels. 

84. Copper Colored Censer. 

85. Round Censer with Side Ears. 

86. Narcissus Pot. 

87. Censer with Side Ears. 

88. Gourd Shaped Vase with All Flowers. 

89. Double Mouthed Vase in Gourd 

Shape. 

90. Bronze Lined Square Jar. 

TEH CHANG 

91. Scepters Filled with Various Gems. 

92. Victim Shaped Vessel. 

93. Pictured Screen: Five Relationships 

Inlaid. 

94. Big Lions. 

95. Palatial Censer. 

96. Pictured Screen: Happiness and Long 

Life Inlaid. 

97. Big Vase. 



98. Screen with Inlaid Pictures. 

99. Peach Adorned Globe V^ase. 

YANG TIEN-LI 

100. Light Blue Vase. 

101. Sky Blue Vase. 

102. Gold Leaf Flowered Vase. 

103. Fish Canister. 

LAO TIEN-LI 

104. Rich Colored Vase. 

105. Tripod: Portrait of Ancient Monarch 



Yao 

106. Tripod 

Shun. 

107. Tripod 



Portrait of Ancient Monarch 



Portrait of the Late Em- 
press Dowager. 

108. Tripod: Portrait of President Yueti. 

109. Tripod: Portrait of Vice-President Li. 

LACQUER WORK, PAINTED, MOULDED, CARVED 

CHUEN SHI-SO 

110. Bowl in Begonia Shape. 

111. Lacquered Crab. 

HSUN CHUN-KAO 

.-licardeJ Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., ig'S- 

112. Oval Plate. 

113. Nut Dish. 

114. Sky Blue Vase. 

115. Set of Five Botes. 

116. Vase in Apple Color. 

117. Card Case in Bamboo Knot Shape. 

118. Box: Pine and Stork. 

119. Tripod Vessel. 

120. Small Vessel. 

121. Fruit Shaped Box. 

122. Buddha Image. 

123. Vase with Paintings. 

124. Vase: Emperor Thrice Visits Hermit. 

125. Figure: Goddess of Mercy. 

126. Clock Stand: Greens and Rabbit 

Adorned. 

127. Tray in Lotus Shape. 

128. Set of Five Oval Boxes. 

129. Lichee Shaped Box. 

130. Lotus Seeds Plate. 

131. Paper Weight in Frog Shape. 

132. Pomegranate Box. 

133. Paper Weight in Tortoise Shape. 

134. Apple Colored Card Case. 

135. Card Case in Melon Shape. 

136. Copper Colored Card Case. 

137. Handkerchief Box. 

138. Vase with Scene Paintings. 

139. Small Apple Colored Vase. 

140. Sky Blue Vase: Scene Paintings. 

141. Octagon Box with Paintings. 

142. Rectangular Box with Paintings. 

143. Round Box: Butterflies. 



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CHINESE SECTION 



LIN CHIN-AN 

Aiuarded Bronze Medal: P. P. 1. E., 1915. 

144. Vase Prunus Carved. 

145. Figure: God of Longevity Riding 

Stork. 

146. Figure: Goddess of Mercy. 

147. Compartment Box. 

148. Crab Weir. 

149. Triple Prosperities Designed Tray. 

150. Ix(tus Leaf Shaped Fruit Dish on 

Coral Color Seat. 

WANG HONG-HSIEN 

151. Picture in Gold Embossings. 

KEE KU-KAI 

152. Case in Begonia Shape. 

153. Citron Box. 

154. Rectangular Tray. 

155. Napkin Rings. 

156. Case in Begonia Shape. 

157. Round Box. 

158. Vase. 

159. Tea Pot. 

160. Tray. 

161. Round Box. 

162. Box in Peach Shape. 

163. Square Box. 

164. Big Round Box with Dragon Carved. 

165. Citron Box. 

166. Box in Peach Shape. 

167. Vase. 

168. Tray in Begonia Shape. 

169. Cross Tablet in Open Book Form. 

170. Deep Tray. 

171. Shallow Tray. 

172. Napkin Rings. 

173. Screen: Pictures Incised and Filled. 

CHAO YONG-TSUN 

Honorable Mention: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

174. Box. 
TEH CHANG 

175. Box: To Ask the Way. 

176. Hexagon Box: Chinese Character 

Carved. 

177. Tray with Dragon Carved. 

178. Vase in Scepter Shape. 

179. Two-Seated Bench Decorated with 

Brocade. 

180. Chair Decorated with Brocade. 

YONG TEH-FU 

181. Jewel Locker. 

PRECIOUS STONES AND MARBLES 

CHEO TSZ-SHAN 
Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., /p/j. 

182. Vase in Cloud Color. 

183. Leaf Wrapt Vase. 

184. Vase: Prunus and Stork. 

185. Vase: Turned-up Lotus Leaf. 



186. Seal Stone in Nectar Color. 

187. Box in Melon Shape. 

188. Vase with Paeony Carved. 

189. Vase with Bamboo Carved. 

190. Vase with Mountain Ridge Carved. 

191. Seal Stone. 

192. Figure of Seven Sages. 

KING HSIEN-SAN 

JiL'arded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

193. Screen. 
CHEO TING-LAN 

194. Vase: Prunus and Bamboo. 
CHEN-TU 

195. Green Stone Pen Bowl with Engrav- 

ings. 
TEH PAO-KAI 

196. White Jade Carved Screen. 

197. Fine Carved Mandarin Duck in White 

Jade. 

198. Couple Phoenix Jar in White Jade. 
TEH CHANG 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

199. Crystal Carved Figure of Ma Ku. 

200. Jasper Censer. 

201. Set of Three Chrjsoprase Ornaments. 

202. Crystal Scepter. 

CHEN YU-CHUEN 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

203. Fine Carved Chrysoprase Censer. 

TEH HSIN-YONG 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. 

204. Carved Agate Censer. 
PAO HUA-LEO 

Honorable Mention: P. P. I. E., 191 5. 

205. Chrysoprase Fob with Movable Rings. 

206. Jade Carved Fob in Bean Shape. 

207. Jade Fob with Lizard Carved. 

208. Jade Fob with Lizard and Paeony 

Carved. 

209. Jade Carved Fob in Mandolin Shape. 

210. White Jade Fob with Squirrel Carved. 

211. Clouded Jade Fob with Gem Bead. 

212. Gold Gilt Silver Case with Inlaid 

Gems. 

213. Screen Adorned with Carved Gems. 

Inlaid. 
HSIN KU-KAI 

214. Sacrificial Vessel in White Jade. 
YU YUEN-HEO 

215. Coin Shaped Fob in White Jade. 

216. Dragon Shaped Fob in White Jade. 

217. Jade Fob with Engravings. 
YEH KU-KAI 

218. Tea Crystal Vase. 
AN TI-SING 

219. Opaque Crystal Bottle. 



P. I. E., 1915. 



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STRASS WORK PAINTED INSIDE 

WANG HSAO-TING 

220. Snuflf Bottle: Lotus Flowers and Fish. 

221. Strass Bottle: Scene and Gold Fish. 

MA HSAO-SHIEN 

222. Snuff Bottle: Belle. 

223. Snuff Bottle: Rabbits in the Field. 

224. Snuff Bottle: Antiques. 

225. Strass Bottle: Hill Scene in Winter. 

226. Strass Bottle: Lotus, Swallows and 

Fish. 

227. Strass Bottle: Cowboy. 

228. Strass Bottle: Portrait of President 

Wilson. 

229. Strass Bottle: Portrait of President 

Yuen. 

230. Strass Bottle: Looking for Prunus 

Blossoms. 

231. Strass Bottle: Looking at Lotus Flow- 

ers. 

232. Strass Bottle: Crickets Playing. 

233. Strass Bottle: Portrait of Vice-Pres- 

ident Li. 

234. Strass Bottle: Studying in Autumn 

Night. 

235. Strass Bottle: Portrait of Late States- 

man Li. 

236. Two Bottles: Portraits of President 

and Mrs. Wilson. 

237. Bottle: Portrait of Ma Hsao-shien. 

STRASS WORK, CARVED OR STAIN SUPERPOSED 

CHUEI TING-CHANG 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. £., 1915. 

238. Red Bottle: Stain Superposed. 

239. Light Colored Wash Cup. 
YU YUEN-HEO 

240. Bottle in Light Color. 

241. Carved Bottle. 
SUEI WEN-KAI 

242. Red Superposed Bottle in Gourd 

Shape. 

243. Bottle with Lizard Carved. 
TONG-TAI 

Honorable Mention: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

244. Carved Vase: Stain Superposed. 
LI CHANG-TAI 

245. Carved Bottle. 

246. Bottle with Fish Carved. 
TEH CHANG 

247. Bottle: Fir and Eagle Carved. 

248. Bottle: Lizard Carved. 

249. Bottle: Lizard Carved. 

250. Bottle: Antiques Carved. 

251. Bottle: Late Begonia Carved. 

252. Bottle: Lotus Leaf and Fish Carved. 

253. Bottle: Lizard Carved. 

254. Bottle: Carp Carved. 



PAO HUA-LEO 
255. Bottle: Geese 



and Lotus Flowers. 



FRUIT STONE CARVINGS 

CANTON LOCAL COMMISSION 

256. Olive Kernel Boats. 
HSIN YEH 

Honorable Mention: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

257. Flower Pots. 

258. Small Boat. 

259. Olive Kernel Skiffs. 

PITH PAPER AND STRAW WORKS 

KUAN WEN-KAI 

260. Pith Paper Picture: Late Geranium. 

261. Pith Paper Picture: Flowers. 

262. Pith Paper Picture: Cherries and 

Birds. 

263. Pith Paper Picture: Flowers of All 

Seasons. 

264. Pith Paper Picture: Olea Fragrans. 

265. Picture: Prunus and Chrysanthemums. 

KUI HSU-YUEN 

266. Straw Portrait: President Wilson. 

DESIGNED PATTERNS 

HEO KI-CHANG 

267. Carpet Design: Tide Scene. 

268. Carpet Design: Flower Picture. 

269. Carpet Design: Auspicious Sign. 

270. Carpet Design: Hall Scene, Full of 

Rich and Noble. 

271. Carpet Design: Abundance, Nobility, 

and Longevity. 

272. Carpet Design: Hundred Butterflies. 

273. Carpet Design: Blooming Flowers and 

Plants. 

274. Carpet Design: Delightful Scene. 

275. Carpet Design: Flower Picture. 

276. Carpet Design: Sweet Flowers and 

Plants. 

IVORY AND SHELL, CARVED OR PAINTED 

YU HSIAO-SHIEN 

277. Ivory Fob: Prose Writings Cut. 

278. Nap-tie Pin Top Piece Ivory: Sketch 

Writings Cut. 

279. Nap-tie Pin Top Piece Ivory: Verse 

W'ritings Cut. 

280. Ivory Fob: Ten Commandments Cut. 

281. Ivory Fob: Seven Verses Cut. 

282. Ivory Fob: Prose Writings Cut. 

283. Ivory Screen: Sketch Writings Cut. 

284. Ivory Screen: Ballad Writings Cut. 

285. Broach Top Piece Ivory: Picture Cut. 

286. Broach Top Piece Ivory: Verses Cut. 
LI HSAO-YU 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915- 

287. Ivory Carved Ball in Ten Layers. 

288. Ivory Carved Ball in Eight Layers. 

289. Ivory Carved Ball in Seven Layers. 



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CHINESE SECTION 



LI HSAO-YU (Continued) 

290. Ivory Carved Ball in Nine Layers. 

291. Ivory Carved Ball in Seven Layers. 

292. Ivory Carved Ball in Twenty Layers. 

293. Tusk with Battle Scene Carved. 

294. Tusk with Flowers Carved. 

295. Ivory Carved Ball in Twelve Layers. 

296. Ivory Carved Ball in Eleven Layers. 

297. Ivory-Carved Ball in Fifteen Layers. 

298. Ivory Carved Ball in Sixteen Layers. 

299. Ivory Carved Ball in Thirteen Layers. 
CANTON LOCAL COMMISSION 

Aii-arded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 
Aivarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

300. Ivory Carved Ball in Twenty-seven 

Layers. 

301. Ivory Penholder: Picture Painted in 

Gold. 

302. Ball with Top and End in Fifteen 

Layers. 
LI HEO-YEH 

303. Fine Carved Picture Frame in Ivory. 
REN YEE-SUEN 

304. Eight Majestic Horses Carved in 

Ivory. 

FONG KONG-TU 

Honorable Mention: P. P. I. E., iQlj. 

305. Ivory Carved Goddess of Mercy. 

306. Ivory Carved Nude Belle. 

LIEN HSUN-HAO 

Honorable Mention: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

307. Ivory Carved Ball in Twenty-eight 

Layers. 

308. Ivory Carved Lotus Boat. 

309. Ivory Eight-Layer Ball with Un- 

fnished Model. 

310. Ivory Carved Pen-holder. 

311. Five-Storied Pagoda Carved in Ivory. 

312. Flowers Carved in Tusk. 
CHUAN SAN-HO. 

313. Shell: Flowers and Birds in Gold. 

314. Carved Shell. 

315. Shell: Moonlight Scene on the Pearl 

River. 

316. Shell: Five-Storied Buildings in the 

Goat City. 

EMBROIDERY AND SII.K PAINTING 

YV SHEN-SHEO 

317. Embroidered Portrait of Jesus Christ. 

SHEN SHUI-TSENG 

318. Embroidered Spirited Horses. 

KING TSING-FUN 

319. Embroidered Gambolling Cats. 
YU SHU-TZE 

320. Embroidered Snow Scene of the Gold 

Turret Temple. 



321. Embroidered Portrait of Princess Vic- 

toria Louise. 
SUN HEN-TAI 

322. Picture: Puss and Butterfly. 
YU CHIO 

323. Picture of Soochow City. 

324. Picture of Empress Yang after Bath- 

ing. 
WEN HSUN-KAI 

325. Gauze Lantern (12") Human Figures 

Painted. 

326. Square Gauze Lantern: Paintings. 

327. Palatial Gauze Lantern (14") Paint- 

ings. 

328. Palatial Gauze Lantern (12") Paint- 

ings. 
329 Palatial Gauze Lantern (g") Paint- 
ings. 

330. Palatial Gauze Lantern (12") Paint- 

ings. 

PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 

LIU TSZ-HSIN 

Jivarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

331. Finger Drawing: Flowers of All 

Seasons. 

332. Finger Drawing: Swallows Returning 

to Bridge. 

333. Finger Drawing: Ancient Cypress 

Scraping Clouds. 
WANG HSI-KAI 

Aivarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 191^. 

334. Rustling Trees and Bubbling Springs. 

335. Autumn Scene. 
LI HSAO 

Honorable Mention: P. P. I. E., 191 5. 

336. A Belle in Summer. 

337. A Belle Picking Prunus. 
LIN HSU 

338. Kiang Nan Willow Green. 

339. Ancient Fir on Grand Mount. 

340. Folding Screen: Scenes of Four 

Seasons. 
HWANG LU-NIEN 

341. Landscape on Fan Covering. 
NU SU-NEN 

Honorable Mention: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

342. Landscape on Fan Covering. 

CHEN SU-KONG 

Honorable Mention: P. P. I. E., 19 15. 

343. Landscape on Fan Covering. 
SU CHEN-LIEN 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., J91?. 

344. Four Scrolls: Flowers of Four Sea- 

sons. 

FU SU-SHAN 

345. Heroine Going to War. 



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FU SU-SHAN (Continued) 

346. Brush Drawing: Portrait of President 

Yuen. 

347. Brush Drawing: Portrait of Vice- 

President Li. 

KIANG YING-SENG 

Aiuarded Medal of Honor: P. P. I. E., 19 1 5. 

348. Hall Picture: Snow Scene. 

CHANG CHEN 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

349. Morning Breeze Over the Willow 

Land. 

CHEN HUAI 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

350. Fan Covering: All Flowers. 

MO FONG-SI 

351. Oil Painting: Peking City Tower 

Scene. 
CHEN MAI-CHEO 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

352. Framed Picture: Human Figures. 

HWANG KI-FANG 

Honorable Mention: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

353. Picture of Lao Mountain. 

354. Picture of Hseo Mountain. 

355. Picture of Nou Chang Mountain. 

356. Picture of Ni Mountain. 

LO YONG 

357. Fairyland. 
SAO YU-SIEN 

358. Happiness in Fisherman's Home. 

HAN SI-SU 

Honorable Mention: P. P. I. E., 191 5. 

359. Imperial Tomb at Distance. 

YU CHIN-PO 

Honorable Mention: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

360. Ancient Vessels with Paintings. 

KAO SIAO-SHAN 

Honorable Mention: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

361. Weaving Brocade. 

362. Chao Chun, the Heroine, Journeying 
Over the Border. 

KAO KI-FONG 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 191 5. 

363. Falling Flowers. 

364. The Drake and Duck. 
KAO CHIEN-FU 

365. Rain Stopped. 

366. Field Pond. 
SHIN YING-CHIN 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915- 

367. Folding Screen: Flowers of All Sea- 

sons. 
HSIAO SUIN 

368. Landscape. 



YO TSAI-CHEN 

369. Ten Scrolls: Colored Flowers and 

Birds. 

SHEN TUN-HO AND SHEN TIN- 
CHEN'S COLLECTION 

KU LOH-TSE, IMITATING CHIAO 
CHIEN-LI'S PAINTING 

370. Landscape in Bright Colors. 

KU CHIA-CHUN, IMITATING YANG 
FEI'S PAINTING 
Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E.. 1915. 

371. Portrait of Amitabha. 

KU CHIA-CHUN, IMITATING CHU 
TEH-JEN'S PAINTING 
Awarded Sil-ver Medal: P. P. I. E., 191 5. 

372. Genie Riding on Wind. 

SHA FU-CHING, IMITATING CHIU 
SHIH-CHOW'S PAINTING 

373. Palace of Han Under Autumn Moon- 

light. 
SHA FU-CHING, IMITATING CHEN 
CHU-CHUN'S PAINTING 

374. Tsao Ta-ku Making Lecture to Court 

Ladies. 
LIU SUNG-FU'S COLLECTION 
MA CHEN 

375. Eight Immortals. 

CHAO TZU-ANG 

376. Landscape. 
LI YUNG-CHIH 

377. Landscape. 
CHIAO SHAN-FU 

378. Figures. 
HO PI-CHUAN 

379. Figures. 
CHU JUI 

380. Turning Horses. 
KAO CHI-PEI 

381. Cats. 
LIU I-TZU 

382. Mandarin Ducks. 
CHAO CHIEN-LI 

383. Landscape. 
LIU SUNG-NIEN 

384. Landscape. 

SUN PAI 

385. Landscape. 

KUO HSU 

386. Landscape. 

JEN WEI-CHANG 

387. Bamboo Study. 

HUI TSUNG 

388. Reeds and Ducks. 

389. White Eagle. 



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CHINESE SECTION 



PIEN LU 

390. Peacocks. 
PIEN SHOU-MIEN 

391. Geese and Rushes. 

SU HAN'-CIIEN 

392. Small Boys. 

HSU HSI 

393. Study of Cats. 

MA YUAN 

394. Painter Seeking Inspiration on Donkey. 

CHENG TZU-CHAO 

395. The Affairs at Dawn. 
WANG I 

396. A Street Vendor. 

WANG FEI 

397. Study of Tigers. 
KU CHIEN-LUNG 

398. Wang An Shih Making Merry With 

His Friends. 
PAO YUN-TING 

399. Tao Yuan. 

400. Tung Fong Su at the Golden Horse. 
WU CHEN 

401. Bamboos in Wind and Rain. 
UNSIGNED 

402. Yang Chien or Heavenly General. 

403. Skakyamuni. 

404. Traveling on the Roads of Szechuen. 

WANG CHEN-PENG 

405. Lady Ho Sien Ku. 
TANG YU-SHENG 

406. Landscape. 
CHA SHIH-PIAO 

407. Landscape. 
LAN TAO 

408. Landscape. 

LAN SHENG 

409. Landscape. 

CHENG MAN-SHENG 

410. Landscape. 

TANG YING 

411. Landscape. 

412. Woman and Child. 
YU CHIII-TING 

413. Chu Ko Liang. 

NIEN WEI-CHING 

414. Butterflies. 

HSU TSAN 

415. Sparrows Among Plum Blossoms. 



MA CHIANG-CHUEN 

416. Birds and Flowers. 

CHENG PAU-CHIAO 

417. Bamboos. 

HUANG HSING 

418. Study of Flowers. 

ALBUM COLLECTION 

419. Pictures. 

420. Portraits. 

421. Landscapes. 

422. Pictures and Poems. 

423. Paintings. 

424. Paintings. 

CHIU SHIH-CHOU 

425. Hand Scroll: Historical Scenes in 

Shangsi Yuan Park. 

426. Hand Scroll: 100 Beauties on Hand 

Scroll. 

427. Landscape. 
CHAO CHUNG-MU 

428. Supernatural Beings on Hand Scroll. 

HUANG JUN 

429. Wang Hsi Chi Feasting with His 

Friends. 

WU YU-PI 

430. Lotus and Ducks. 

LI HSI-SAN 

431. Sun Hsing or Three Stars. 

SHEN NAN-PING 

432. Stork and Flowers. 

433. Birds Study. 
CHOW TSUNG-PO 

434. Azaleas and Banana Trees. 

CHIEN SHUN-CHU 

435. Ma Ku. 
LAN TIEN-SHU 

436. Falcon and Pine. 

KAI CHI-CHUEN 

437. Garden Screen. 

WANG CHIAO-CHI 

438. Autumn Scene. 
SHIH JUI 

439. The Four Recluse Grey Heads. 
CHANG JUI-TU 

440. Poker Work. 

YUAN SHANG-TUNG 

441. Water Gate at Dawn. 
CHAO SIIOU 

442. San Sing and Wu Tsu. 



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PHILIPPINE SECTION 



DR. LEON MA. GUERRERO 

President of the Philippine Board. 

W. W. BARCLAY 

Director-General, Philippine Board. 



DR. FRANCISCO LIONGSON 
Member, Philippine Board. 

FABLA.N DE LA ROSA 

Chief, Fine .Irts Exhibit. 



GALLERY NINETY-EIGHT 



PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 

AMORSOLO, F. 

1. Landscape. 
ASUNCION 

2. A Bunch of Bananas. 

CULLER, TOMAS 

3. A Water Carrier. 

ESPIRITU, A. 

4. A Gardener. 

5. Assassination of Governor Busta- 

mante. 

FABIE, S. L. 

6. A Garden Corner. 

7. Country Ways. 

HERRER, JOAQUIN M. 
.4warded Silver Medal: P. P. L E., 1915. 

8. The Model 

9. Sampling. 

HIDALGO, FELIX R. 

.4'warded Gold Medal: P. P. /. E., 1915. 

10. The Corpse of a Tribal Chief Lying 

in State. 

11. Assassination of Governor Bustamante. 

12. The Surf. 

13. Moonlight. 

14. Landscape. 

15. Acheronte. 

16. A Portrait. 



17. Landscape. 

18. Christian Maidens before the Mob. 

19. Marine. 

20. Hero and Leander. 
LUNA, JUAN 

21. A Dutch Scene. 

22. A Parisienne. 
MORENO, AGAPITA 

23. A Baguio Landscape. 
OTARRELL, G. 

Aivarded Bronze Medal: P. P. /. £., J9/5. 

24. Landscape. 

25. Landscape. 
REYES, N. 

26. Landscape. 
RIVERA, Y MIR, VICENTE 

27. A Filipino Maiden. 

28. A Filipino Dame. 

29. A Sick Man. 

DE LA ROSA, FABIAN 

Aivarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

30. My Cat. 

31. Resentment. 

32. A Billet Doux. 

33. A Dining Room Corner. 

34. A Portrait of Miss Hidalgo. 
Z.'VRAGOZA, M. 

35. Gallantry. 

36. At Praver. 



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HIS MAJESIV KING Gl'SI'AF V. By Eniil Oslerman 



SWEDISH SECTION 



RICHARD BERNSTROM 
Commissioner General. 



ANSHELM SCHULTZBERG 
Commissioner of Fine Arts. 



GALLERIES NINETY-NINE 

PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS, ETCHINGS AND 
TAPESTRIES 

AMINOFF, GREGORI 

1. The Peacock. 

BACKLUND-CELSING, ELSA 
Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 19 1 5. 

2. Skiing. 

3. Tobogganing. 

4. The Birlhday Table. 

BAUER, JOHN 
Aiuarded Medal of Honor: P. P. I. £., /p/J. 

5. Fairy Girl. 

6. Brother Martin: 1. 

7. Brother Martin: 2. 

8. Brother Martin: 3. 

9. Brother Martin: 4. 

10. Flipper Woman. 

11. "It Is the Wood Nymph," said the 

Moose. 

12. "Is It Silver?" asked a hoarse voice. 

13. Wingmor: opened. 

14. The Princess Sat Araid Flowers. 

15. The Witch Hewed Firewood. 

16. Hut and Goblins. 

17. The Fogey Is Furious. 

18. Goblins and Dogs. 

19. " 'Tis Thy Eyes," said the Goblins. 

20. The Magic Plant. 

21. Humpe at the Spring. 

22. Humpe and His Mother. 

23. The Fairy and the Hultra-forests 

Nymph. 

24. The Goblins Jumped. 

25. The Ladv of the Woods. 

26. The Giant Boy Who Slept 15 Years. 
BEHM, WILHELM 

Aiuarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 11)15. 

27. Winter Evening. 

28. Autumn Day. 

29. Farmstead. 

30. Snowflakes. 

31. Sunset in the Forest. 

32. Spring Evening. 
BERGMAN, OSCAR 

Aiuarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

33. Midsummer. 

34. Birch Trees in Springtime. 

35. Cliff and Snow. 

36. Apple Bloom. 



TO ONE HUNDRED SEIEN 

37. Islands Outside Stockholm. 

38. Gray Weather. 

39. Fruit Trees in Bloom. 

40. Thaw. 

41. Pines and Snow. 

42. Winter: 1. 

43. Winter: 2. 

44. Winter: 3. 

45. Winter: 4. 

46. Winter: 5. 

47. Ice Formations after Storm. 

48. Cypress. 

49. Fiesols. 

50. The Lighthouse. 

51. Sandhamn. 

52. Firs and Snow. 

BERGSTROM, ALFRED 

Aiuarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 19 1 5. 

53. Spring Day. 

54. Spring Evening. 

55. Summer Evening. 
BERGSTROM, SIGGE 

56. Hilly Country. 

57. Cliffs. 

58. Sunny Recess in the Mountains. 
BOBERG, ANNA 

59. First Snow in the Mountains. 

60. The Fisher's Cemetery. 

61. Arctic Night. 

62. Huts and Boats. 

63. Drying the Sails. 

64. The Glacier Lake. 

65. In the Fjord of the Dead. 

66. April Morning. 

67. Fisherboats in the Harbour. 

68. Spring in the Mountains. 

69. Lights and Shades. 

BURMEISTER, GABRIEL 

70. The Rill. 

71. Old Age. 

72. Contemplation. 
CARLBERG, HUGO 

Aiuarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

73. Spring Morning at the River. 

74. Crofters Returning Home. 

75. Timber Drivers. 

76. Springtime. 
DUFVA, TORGNY 

77. Summer Day. 



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ELGSTROM, OSSIAN 

Aiuarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

78. Tjudes Tale. 

79. Tjudes Tale. 

80. The Arctic Seas Tale. 

81. Horagulla Gets Angry. 

82. The Duel. 

83. The Duel. 

84. Warris Tale. 

85. Tjudes Tale from Jakonga: 1. 

86. Tjudes Tale from Jakonga: 2. 

87. Tjudes Tale from Jakonga: 3. 

88. Tjudes Tale from Jakonga: 4. 

89. The Laplander Who Disbelieved His 

Master: 1. 

90. The Laplander Who Disbelieved His 

Master: 2. 

91. The Laplander Who Disbelieved His 

Master: 3. 

92. The Laplander Who Disbelieved His 

Master: 4. 

93. Tarras or Five Gods. 

94. The Soul's Transmigration. 

95. The Drama at Gandvik: 1. 

96. The Drama at Gandvik: 2. 

97. The Drama at Gandvik: 3. 

98. Ajataja Sorcery. 

99. Northern Lights. 

100. Return to the Earth. 

101. The Jabmekaibmo — Travel: 1. 

102. The Jabmekaibmo — Travel : 2. 

103. The Jabmekaibmo — Travel: 3. 

104. The Christmas Night. 

105. The God. 
ERICKSSON, ERIK EDW. 

106. Mother's Joy. 
FAHLCRANTZ, AXEL 

107. Approaching Storm. 

108. Moonlight and Rising Mist. 
FJAESTAD, GUSTAV 

Awarded Medal of Honor (for Painting) : 

P. P. I. E., 7975. 
Aiuarded Silver Medal (for Engraving) : 

P. P. I. E., 1915. 

109. The First Snow, 
no. The First Snow. 

111. Winter. 

112. Winter. 

113. Head of the Poet G. Eroding. 

114. April Morning. 

115. The Artist's Portrait. 

116. Winter Afternoon. 

117. Summer Night's Breeze. 

118. New Cottage in the Forest. 

119. The Spring in Springtime. 

120. Winter Moonlight. 

121. Hoarfrost in the Mountains. 

122. Easter. 

123. Moonlight on the Mountain Lake. 



124. Hoarfrost in Sunlight. 

125. Rippling Water. 

126. Moving Water. 

127. Moving Water. 

128. Winter Night. 

129. Thaw in the Forest. 

130. Summer Evening at the River. 

131. Spring: Winter. 

132. Meditation: Winter Moonlight. 

133. Summer Night. 

134. Thaw. 

GRANSTROM-KNOFFL, EDITH 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., jgi^. 

135. Spring Time. 

136. The First Spring Day. 

137. Winter Day. 

HEDBERG, ERIK 
Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

138. New Fallen Snow. 

139. Between the Mountains. 

140. Summer Night. 

141. Spring Evening. 
HESSELBOM, OTTO 

142. My Native Country. 

143. View Over the Lake Arran. 

144. Pine Tree in Snow. 

HJORTZBERG, OLLE 

145. My Wife. 

146. Italian Man. 

147. Head. 

148. Forge in Terracina. 
HULLGREN, OSCAR 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

149. Sun Glitter on the Sea. 

150. Winter Evening in Lofoten. 

151. The Sea. 

152. Breaking Sea. 
JOHANSSON, CARL 

153. Early Spring. 

154. Evening. 

155. Almond Trees. 

156. Summer Day. 

KALLSTENIUS, GOTTFRID 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., IQI^. 

157. The Baltic Sea. 

158. Pine Trees in Sunlight. 

159. The Sacrificial Grove. 

160. Iron Works in Vestergotland. 

161. Manor House in Varmland. 
KULLE, AXEL 

162. The Artist's Portrait. 

163. The Naked Birch. 

164. Setting Sun: Still Water. 
KtJSEL, ERNST 

165. Calves. 

166. Ducks. 

167. Kids bv the Fence. 



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LARSSON, CARL 
.livarded Grand Prize (for Water Color 
Painting) : P. P. I. E., igiS- 

168. Between the White Trunks. 

169. The Doorsteps. 

170. The Study. 

171. Ski Runner. 

172. The Reading Room. 

173. Forth Outfit. 

174. Deep Thoughts. 

175. The School Child's Household. 

176. The Workshop. 

177. A Lodge. 

178. The Home's Angel. 

179. The Kitchen Maid. 

180. The Old Room. 

181. Dressing Up for the Joke. 

182. Toilet in the Summer Morning. 

183. Repairing. 

184. Mother Kersti. 

185. The Dining Room. 

186. Wash House. 

187. The Bed Room. 

188. The Dogs. 

ETCHIXGS 

189. Lisbeth Takes in bv Ladefuls. 

190. Nude Girl by the Stove. 

191. Reverence. 

192. Hellberg's Chicks. 

193. Nude Girl. 

194. Nude Girl. 

195. Lisbeth. 

196. A Girl's Back. 

197. Karin Does Kerstis Hair. 

198. Mother. 

199. Anna-Stina. 

200. Martina. 

201. The Grandchild. 
LILJEFORS, BRUNO 

Aitiardid Grand Prize (for Painting): 
P. P. I. E., igrs. 

202. Swans. 

203. Wild Geese. 

204. Sea Eagles. 

205. Sea Gull at the Nest. 
LINDH, BROR 

206. Kiruna. 
LINDQUIST, HERMAN 

207. Sunnv April Day. 

mas-oli.e; HELMER 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

208. Dalecarlian Girl. 

209. Old Peasant from Dalecarlia. 

210. Old Dalecarlian Man. 

211. Portrait of Rector Magnificus Schiick. 

212. His Majestv King Gustaf V. 
OSSLUND, HELMER 

Aicarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

213. Mullfjallet. 



214. Water Fall Porjus. 

215. Water Fall Porjus. 

216. The Water Fall Handolsforsen. 

217. Summer Evening. 

218. Evening. 

219. The Water Fall Elfkarlso. 

OSTERLUND, JOHN 

220. The Abandoned Church. 

OSTERLUND-WIGERT, MATHILDA 

221. Thaw. 

222. When the Leaves Fall. 

5STERMAN, EMIL 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 79/5. 

223. His Majesty King Gustaf V. 

224. Portrait of Professor Curman. 

SCHULTZBERG, ANSHELM 

Member of the International Jury of 
Awards: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

225. Winter in the Forest. 

226. Charcoal Burning. 

Lent bv Mrs. Chas. A. Stix. 

227. The Coal Man's Hut. 

228. Midsummer Night. 

229. Gray Winter Day After the First 

Snow. 

230. The Wood Barn. 

231. Winter. 

232. Winter in the Forest. 

233. A Frosty Afternoon. 
SMITH, WILHELM 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

234. Ploughing. 

235. Winter Afternoon. 

236. The Avenue. 

237. "It Will Be a Windy Night." 

238. Fishers. 
STRANDBERG, GABRIEL 

239. The Drinker. 

240. The League Bov. 

241. The Cripple. 

242. Tramper. 
TORSANDER, GUSTAV 

243. Winter Moon. 

244. Lamplight in the Fog. 
TORNEMA-N, AXEL 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

245. Torgny Lagman. 

246. The Dead Girl. 
WRANGEL, ANNA 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

247. Fisherfolk. 

248. Old Man. 
WALLIN, DAVID 

249. Spring. 
WIESLANDER, AGNES 

250. Autumn Dav on the Plains. 



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ZOIR, EMIL 

251. Potato Gathering. 

252. Breakers. 

SCULPTURE 

AHLBERG, OLOF 

AiuardeJ Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

253. A Sunny Moment. 

254. Lady's Head. 

255. Laughter. 
BOBERG, SVEN 

256. The First Autocar in Smaland. 
BORJESON, JOHN 

257. Charles X. 

258. Scheele. 

259. Christ vpith the Child. 

260. Consolation. 

261. Music. 

262. Art and Sloyd. 
BORJESON, LENA 

263. Secretum. 

264. The Changeling. 
EDSTROM, DAVID 

265. Study of Old Man. 

266. Rhapsody. 

267. Sphinx. 

268. Mask. 

269. Ellen Key. 

270. Doctor Forsell. 

271. Judge X. 

272. Fribog. 

273. Doctor Loostrom. 

274. Doctor Romdahl. 

275. Young Swedish Girl. 
FARNGREN, JOHAN 

Aii-arded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

276. Monique. 

277. Study of a Head. 
JARN, KNUT 

278. August Strindberg. 
LARSSON, GOTTFRID 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

279. Portrait of My Mother. 

280. Old Florentine. 

281. Original of Florence. 

282. Brutal Force. 

283. Industry. 

284. Iron Workers. 
LINDBERG, ERIK 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

285. Medals. 

286. The Swedish Challenge Prize at the 

Olympian Games. 
LUNDBERG, THEODOR 

287. The Little Boatmaker. 

288. Mother's Joy. 
MILLES, RUTH 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

289. Young Peasant Woman. 



290. Old Peasant Woman. 

291. The Little Cripple. 

292. The Busy Little Girl. 

293. After Waiting in Vain. 

294. The Fisherman's Wife. 
NORDIN, ALICE 

295. Praise to the Nature. 

296. Ashes Urn. 

297. Holger Drachman. 
NEUJD, HERMAN 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P I. £., 1915. 

298. The Little Dancing Girl. 

299. The Spring. 

300. Wood Nymph. 

301. Stina. 

302. Fourteen Years. 

303. Head of a Boy. 
OLSSON, ANDERS 

304. Blond. 
SPRINCHORN, GERDA 

305. Big Brother. 
WISSLER, ANDERS 

306. Peasant Player. 

307. Minx. 

308. Girl Playing Concertina. 

309. A Necromancy Lesson. 

310. Three Weeks'Old. 

DRAWINGS, ENGRAVINGS AND ETCHINGS 

For Aberg, Emil, see 440. 
ALTHIN, CALEB 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 19 1 5. 

311. Sonata. 

312. In Arcadia. 

313. Mare and Foal. 

BERGSTROM, SIGGE 

314. Filipstad. 

315. At the Mouth of the River. 

316. At the Strand. 

317. Hokbergst. 

318. Winter. 
BEVE, EVA 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

319. Village Street. 

320. Surface of Water. 

321. Praver. 

322. In Thoughts. 

323. Parrot. 
BJSRKMAN, ELS.'V 

324. March Evening. 

325. Lungarno. 

326. From Dalecarlia. 

327. South Part of Stockholm. 

328. In the Offing. 
BOBERG, FERDINAND 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. £., 1915. 

329. The Two Priests. 

330. Notre Dame in the Rain. 



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BOBERG, FERDINAND (Continued) 

331. The Ferrvboat. 

332. The Train. 

333. Venetian Boats. 

334. Fog in the Harbour. 

335. The Bridge. 

336. St. Catherine Church in Snow. 

337. Moonlight. 
33S. Snow Storm. 

339. Hedvig Eleonora Church in Stock- 

holm. 

340. Twilight in the Park. 

341. House of Nobility: Stockholm. 

342. Karoline Chapel: Stockholm. 

343. Doorway of St. Jane's Church: Stock- 

holm. 

344. Interior of St. Stephen's Church: 

Vienna. 

345. Street Near the House of Nobility. 

346. St. Martin Bridge: Toledo. 
BURMEISTER, GABRIEL 

347. Nocturne. 

348. Pastoral. 

349. The Silent Place. 

350. Adagio Pathetique. 

351. Old House in Dalecarlia. 
CRAMER, ED 

352. The Gates of the Fide Cemetery. 
FISCHER, PER 

353. Lacko Castle. 
GEHLIN, HUGO 

354. April. 

355. Song of Solomon: 11 chap., 7 verse. 

356. The Favoured. 

357. The Gallant and the Death. 

358. Old End V\'all. 
HALLEN, ARNE 

359. In the Cafe. 
HALLGREN, ERNST 

360. Interior. 

361. The Threshing Mill. 

362. Old Yard. 
JOHANSON, THOR 

363. Evening. 

364. Autumn Day. 

365. The Yard. 
KOSEL, ERNST 

366. Cows Moving Home. 

367. Sheep. 

368. Calves Among the Reeds. 

369. Ducks. 
I.EODE, HERBERT 

370. At the Death Bed. 
LINDSTROM, MARTIN 

371. The Hanging Birch. 

372. The Mountain Crevice. 
LUCK, C. C. 

373. Goats. 



374. The Tool House. 

375. Chantecler. 

MAS-OLLE, HELMER 

376. Old Dalecarlian Man. 

377. Dalecarlian Woman. 

378. Peasants from Dalecarlia. 
NERMAN, EINAR 

379. Lavalliere. 

380. Mistingnette. 
NORDENSTEN, RAGNHILD 

381. Storm. 
NORDLING, GERDA 

382. The Yellow Range. 
NORLIND, ERNST 

3S3. Rooks. 

384. Snow Melting. 

385. Study: Head. 

386. The Stork Pair. 

MAGNUS, SIRI 

387. Double Tulips. 

388. Portrait. 

389. Dedication. 

390. Roses. 

391. Fuschia. 
MAGNUSSON, GUSTAF 

392. Dancing Girl. 

393. Salome. 

394. "For the First Time." 

395. Violin Player. 

MOLIN, HJALMAR 

396. Motiv from Stockholm. 

397. The Town Gate. 

NYMAN, HILDING 

398. Skiing. 

399. The Village Shoemaker. 

400. Man from Mora. 

PETERSEN, CARLO 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., igrS- 

401. Cats. 

402. Hens. 

403. Owl. 

404. Pepper Bird. 

405. Ducks. 

406. From the Crinoline Time. 

PETRUS, ANNA 

407. Karin. 

408. Siri Is Smoking. 

409. Profile. 
RAMBERG, GUSTAF 

410. Croft in Skane. 

411. Milking Time. 

412. Half-Timbered Building: Hven. 

SAHLfiN, ARTHUR 

413. Head. 

414. Evening. 

415. Barber Woman. 



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SAHLEN, ARTHUR (Continued) 

416. Night in June. 

417. Pine Tree. 

SAHLSTR5M, ANNA 

418. Youth. 

419. The Bog. 

420. Oat Harvest. 

421. Siesta. 

SCHONBERG, TORSTEN 

422. Self Portrait. 

423. Self Portrait (on the ice). 

424. The Golden Chariot. 

425. The Royal Bark: "Vasa Orden." 
SCHWAB, EIGIL 

426. Portrait. 

427. Self Portrait. 

428. Grimace. 

429. Grimace. 



STANGENBERG, KNUT 

430. Selma Lagerlof. 

431. Gustaf Fredrikson. 
STRAAT, HJALMAR 

432. Ski Springer. 

433. Pine. 

434. Sagare-gatan (old street in Stock- 

holm). 
SUNDSTR5M, HARRIET 

Honorable Mention: P. P. I E., 1915. 

435. Greyhounds. 

436. Labour. 

437. Ex Libris. 

438. Summer Night. 
ZOIR, EMIL 

439. Solitude. 
ABERG, EMIL 

440. The Chestnut Tree. 



GALLERY ONE HUNDRED EIGHT 
The works exhibited in Gallery One Hundred Eight are part of the International Section. 
They are listed in the portion of this Catalogue devoted to that Section on pages 260 to 274. 



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l.AlCill ri:R. liy ()h,l Jhlhrrti 



PORTUGUESE SECTION 



MAN'UEL ROLDAN E PEGO 
Commissioner General. 



ADRIAN'O DE SOUSA LOPES 
Commissioner of Fine Arts. 



CILLERIES OXE HUSDRED NIX 

PAINTINGS 

AIRES, FREDERICO PEREIRA 

1. A View of Minho. 

2. The Great Overflowing. 

3. Fog in River Tagus. 

4. The Shore of Buarcos. 

5. Cape Mondego. 

6. The Country of Santarem. 
AZEVEDO, e SILVA, ANTONIO GON- 

CALVES 

7. The Top. 

8. A Love Affair. 

9. The Kite. 

10. Errand Boy. 

11. Tasting the New Wine. 
BATALHA, REIS, D. ZOE 

12. On a Festival Day. 

13. The Cup of Tea. 

14. Chilly. 
BONVALOT, CARLOS 

15. Job. 

16. Study. 

17. The Grandmother. 

BRITO, JOSE DE 

Aiuarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 19 13. 

18. The Wave. 

19. Tired of Waiting. 
CALDERON, LEANDRO JOAO 

20. A Court in Minho. 
21.' The Road to Louza. 

22. The Ancient Monastery of Alcobaca. 

CAMPAS, JOSfi 
Aiuarded Bronze Medal: P. P. [. E., 19 15. 

23. Idyl. 

CARDOSO, ARTUR ALVES 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

24. A Cork Tree in the Afternoon. 

25. A Country Home. 

26. Weaving. 

27. A Farm in Alentejo. 

28. The Beautiful Apple Tree. 

29. The Granddaughter Amusing Herself. 

30. Portrait. 

31. Portrait. 

BORDALO PINHEIRO, COLUMBANO 

32. Portrait of the Portuguese Post Bul- 

hao Pato. 



E TO OXE HUNDRED ELEVEN 

33. Portrait of the Portuguese Actor Vale. 

34. The White Glove. 

35. Oranges. 

36. Oysters. 

CONDEIXA, ERNESTO FERREIRA 
Aiuarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E.. 19 15. 

37. The Vintage. 

38. A Seaman. 

CORREA DE LACERDA, ALBERTO V. DA 
ROCHA PORTUGAL 

39. Blindman's Buff. 

40. The Church of Santa Clara-a-Velha: 

Coimbra. 

41. At Dawn. 

42. The Porta da Agua: Alfeite. 
CRISTINO DA SILVA, JOAO RIBEIRO 

43. A Court in the Environs of Leiria. 

44. Sunset at Belera: Para. 
FONSECA, MARTINHO GOMES DA 

Aiuarded Bronze Medal: P. P. /. E., 1913. 

45. An English Lady. 

46. A Child's Head. 

47. Leda Surprised. 
GONCALVES, D. MARIA F. MAUHIN 

48. In the Dining Room. 
GUEDES, PEDRO 

49. Cheesemaker. 

50. Effect of Light. 

51. Noon's Rest. 

52. The Road to Barrosa. 
MALHOA, JOSE 

Aiuarded Grand Prize, P. P. L E., 191$. 

53. The Native Song. 

54. Returning from the Festival. 

55. The Country Schoolmaster. 

56. A Catholic Procession in the Countrv. 

57. Stop, Father! 

58. The Drunkards. 

59. Teasing. 

60. The Nightingale's Veranda. 
MANTA, ABEL ABRANTES 

61. The Cloister of the Silence in the Mon- 

astery of Santa Cruz: Coimbra. 

62. A Miserable Ward. 

63. A Sad Landscape. 
MELO, DAVID DE 

Aiuarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1913. 

64. An Old Woman. 



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POSSOZ, MILY 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., J915. 

65. Roses. 

66. Oranges. 

67. Death Nature. 
6S. Drawing. 

MORAES, NARCISO ALFREDO DE 

69. The Grandmother. 

70. The Blacksmiths. 

PRAT, ARTUR 

71. Herd of Sheep: Foggy Morning. 

72. Ambuscade. 
REIS, JOAO 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E. IQIS. 

73. Spring. 

74. Needy Homes. 

75. Autumn Morning. 

76. Roofs in the Village. 
RIBEIRO, JOSe NUNES, JOR. 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E. J915. 

77. The Potter. 

78. An Arabian Smoking. 

79. At the Looking Glass. 

80. The Mountain of Cintra. 

81. The Path of Colares. 

82. A Rustic Home. 

83. Lighting the Cigarette. 

84. At Dawn. 

85. A Rustic Farm House: Environs of 

Cintra. 

86. The Lake of Sete Cidades in the Is- 

land of St. Michael. 

87. Preparing for the Wash. 

88. A Corner at Sete Cidades in the Is- 

land of St. Michael. 
SAUDE, ANTONIO MANOEL DA 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E. jgi}. 

89. On the Banks of the Meuse. 

90. The Moon Over the Seine. 

91. The Night and the Seine. 

92. On the Banks of the Zezere. 

93. On the Banks of the Meuse. 

94. On the Banks of the Zezere. 

SOUSA LOPES, ADRIANO DE 

Member of the International Jury of 
Awards: P. P. I. E., 1913. 

95. The Pilgrimage. 

99. Effect of Light: Study. 
100. The Home of the Washerwoman. 
102. Effect of Moonlight: Venice. 
104. The Canal of St. Gregory; Venice. 
106. Under the Orange Tree. 

114. My Village. 

115. a' Village Church. 

116. Impression: Portugal. 

117. Impression: Venice, 
lis. Impression: Venice. 

119. Court in Bruges: Belgium. 



TRIGOSO, JOAO DE MELO FALCAO 
Awarded Gold Medal: p. P. I. £., 79/5. 

120. Golden Seacoast: Algarve. 

121. The Silver Weddings. 

VAZ, JOAO 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

122. An Old Wharf. 

123. The Church of the Mother of God: 

Lisbon. 

124. Embarking. 

VELOSO SALGADO, JOSfi 
Awarded Medal of Honor: P. P. I. £., 19 15. 

125. Gathering Sea Moss: Minho. 

126. Ox Driver: Minho. 

127. Charm. 

128. Sea Flower. 

129. A Girl of Minho on Sunday. 

130. Washerwoman of Minho. 

CROUP 1 : CLASS 2 

CHRISTINO DA SILVA, JOAO RIBEIRO 

131. An Ancient Convent: Environs of Mer- 

ceana. 
FONSECA, MARTINHO GOMES DA 
Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

132. Little Boy. 

133. Ecstasy. 

134. Ellen. 

135. Mary. 

136. A Nun. 

137. Fixing One's Eyes. 

MATOSO DA FONSECA, JOAO GUIL- 
LHERME 
Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 191 5. 

138. Getting Warm. 

139. Going Far OS. 
POSSOZ, MILY 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E.; 19 1 5- 

140. Mother and Daughter. 

141. Study. 

142. Environs of Etampes. 

RIBEIRO, JOSE NUNES, JOR. 

143. Door in the Alcazar: Tangier. 

GROUP 2: CL.^SS 3 

O COMERCIO DO PORTO 
Engravings. 

CROUP 3 : CLASS 4 

CASTRO, RODRIGO DE 

144. A Child Study: Marble. 

COSTA MOTA, ANTONIO 
AUGUSTO DA 
Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 191-.. 

145. The Digger. 

PRAT, ARTUR 

146. Dreaming. 



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SIMOES D'ALMEIDA SOBRINHO, ]OSt VAX, JULIO, JOR. 

AiiardeJ Bronze MeJal: I'. P. I. E., 1913. Honorable Mention: P. P. I. £., 1913. 

147. Bust of an Old Woman. 153. The Grandmother. 

14S. The Awakening. 154. Octogenarian. 

149. Childhood. 155. The Light and the Darkness. 

COSTA, TOMAS group 3 : class 7 

150. Hebe. BARREIROS, AUGUSTO CESAR 

151. Venus Anadyomene. Wood Carvings, Louis XIV Style. 

152. David. 



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DR. CUPERTINO DEL CAMPO JUAN C. OLIVA NAVARRO 

Special Delegate of Fine Arts. Commissioner of Fine Arts. 

Director of the National Museum of Fine Curator of the National Museum of Fine 

Arts of Buenos .lires. Arts of Buenos Aires. 

HORACIO ANASAGASTI 
Commissioner General of the Argentine 
Republic. 



GALLERY ONE HUNDRED TIVELVE 



PAINTINGS AND SCULPTURE 

ALICE, ANTONIO 

Awarded Medal of Honor: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

1. Portrait of a Lady. 

Lent b)' Museum of Buenos Aires. 

2. Confession. 

3. Morning Sun in Bogliasco. 
BASTIANINI, RENE 

4. The Close of the Day. 
BERMUDEZ, JORGE 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1913. 

5. The Young Landlady. 

6. Argentine Cowboy of the North. 

7. The Pilgrim. 
BOGGIO, POMPEO 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. £., IQIS- 

8. Types of the Quichua Indian Tribe 

at Quebrada de Humahuaca. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

9. Singing and Dancing. 
BUSTILLO, ALEJANDRO 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

10. Self-portrait. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 
CAGGIANO, CESAR 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. L E., 1915. 

11. Portrait of Mrs. G. M. 

Lent bv Museum of Buenos Aires. 
DEL CAMPO, CUPERTINO 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

12. Twilight. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

13. Evening Light. 

14. The Breeding Stall. 
CANASI, DANTE 

15. Portrait. 

DE LA CARCOVA, ERNESTO 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

16. Portrait of Mrs. C. de la C. 

Lent bv Museum of Buenos Aires. 
CARNACINI, CEFERINO 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 19 1 5. 

17. Idyllic. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 



18. A Rainy Afternoon. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

COPPINI, ELISEO 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

19. The Last Rays. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

20. The Old Stall. 

CORREA MORALES, ELISA G. ADDE 
Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

21. A Head. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 
CULLEN, HERNAN 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. 7. £., 1915. 

22. Remorse. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 
DELUCCHI, PEDRO 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

23. Sunset. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

24. Poesy. 

25. The Harbor. 
DONNIS, CAYETANO 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

26. The Appuan Alps. 

27. Apples. 
FADER, FERNANDO 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

28. The Pigs' Meal. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 
GISMONDI, LIA 

29. Peace for the Souls. 
GUIDO, ALFREDO 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 191 5. 

30. Images. 

31. Fantastic Sensation. 
LAGOS, ALBERTO 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1913. 

32. An Indian of the Tehuelche Tribe. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

33. Voluptuousness. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

34. A Head. 

Lent bv Museum of Buenos Aires. 



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ARGENTINE SECTION 



LAVECCHIA, FRANCISCO 

A-i^arJed Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

35. Near Twilight. 

36. The Charm of the Evening. 
LOPEZ, NAGUIL, GREGORIO 

37. The Man with the Blue Ring. 

38. The Creek of St. Vincent. 
LYNCH, JUSTO 

39. A Gray Day. 

Lent bv Museum of Buenos Aires. 
MALHARRO, MARTIN 

40. The Plow. 

Lent bj' Museum of Buenos Aires. 

41. Nocturne. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 
MONTERO, ADOLFO 

42. The Coalers. 

43. A Narrow Street: Boca District: 

Buenos Aires. 
NAVA, HECTOR 

Aii-arded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

44. Light and Shadow. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

45. Portrait. 

46. A Woman from Chioggia. 
DE NAVAZIO, WALTER 

47. A Solitary Way. 

OLIVA NAVARRO, JUAN CARLOS 

Member of the International Jury of 
A 'wards: P. P. I. E., 79/5. 

48. Smiling. 

Lent bv Museum of Buenos Aires. 

49. Head of a Child. 
PAGANO, JOSE LEON 

Aiuarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

50. An Old Woman from Tuscany. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

51. Harmony in Gray. 

52. Morning. 
PANOZZI, AMERICO 

53. Landscape — State of Mendoza. 

Lent bv Museum of Buenos Aires. 

54. The First Lights. 

55. The Cloud. 



PINTO, OCTAVIO 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E . I^rs. 

56. The Shadow of the Calchaqui. 

57. The Blind Spring. 
QUIRCS, C. BERNALDO DE 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. £., 1915. 

58. Family Portrait. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

59. Portrait of the Artist Mr. Sivori. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

ROCHA, HECTOR 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

60. The Communion. 
ROSA, ANGEL MARIA DE 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

61. The Visionar}'. 

62. Head of a Child. 
ROSSI, ALBERTO M. 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

63. Buenos Aires. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

64. Silhouette. 

SIVORI, EDUARDO 
Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

65. Self-portrait. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 
DE LA TORRE, CARLOS 

66. The Stage. 

Lent bv Museum of Buenos Aires. 

67. Pig's Stall. 

68. The Stage in the Pampa. 

69. The Hay-wagon. 

70. The Invasion. 

71. The Colonist's House. 

72. Trees on a Declivity. 
WEISS, ANA 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

73. Sunday. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

74. Portrait. 

ZONZA BRIANO, PEDRO 

Awarded Medal of Honor: P. P. I. E., 10 1, ^. 

75. Increase and Multiply. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 



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C. J. K. VAN AALST 

President of the Central Commission, 
Amsterdam. 
H. A. VAN CUENEN TORCHIANA 

Resident Commissioner General. 



J. C. A. EVERWVN 

lice-President of the Central Commission, 
The Ha,i;ue. 
WILLEM WITSEN 

Commissioner of Fine .4rts. 



HOLLAND COMMITTEE 



WILLY MARTENS 

President. 
WILLEM WITSEN 

f'icr-President. 
A. M. GORTER 

Secretary. 



R. IVES BROWNE 

Member. 
C. M. GARMS 

Member. 
H. M. KRABBE 

Member. 



G. E. DE VRIES 
Manager. 

CILLERIES ONE HUNDRED THIRTEEN TO ONE HUNDRED SIXTEEN 

BREITNER, G. H. 

Aiuarded Grand Prize: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

17. Amsterdam Timber-Port. 

BREMAN, C. O. 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. £., 191 5. 

18. The Bay of Naples. 

CHATTEL, FREDERICUS J. DU 

19. To the Mill. 



PAINTINGS 

ADDICKS, CHRISTIAN JOHANNES 

1. Mother and Child. 

AKKERINGA, JOHANNES 

2. On the Edge of the Water. 

ARNTZENIUS, PAUL 

3. Native of Volendam. 

ASSCHER, HENRIETTE 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. £., 1915. 

4. Tailor Hands at the Old Men's Home. 

BASTERT, NICOLAAS 

5. My Village. 

6. Enkhuizen Harbour. 

BAUER, M. A. J. 

Awarded Medal of Honor: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

7. Oriental Equestrian. 

BAUTZ, DAVID 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

8. Dead Birds. 

BEEK, BERNARDUS ANTONIE 

9. Dutch Landscape. 

BERG, ANNA C. VAN DEN 

10. Larkspur. 

BERKEMEVER, LUDOLPH 

11. On the Banks of a Dutch Lake. 

BLECKMANN, W. C. C. 

12. Spring. 

BLOMMERS, BERNARDUS JOHANNES 

13. On the Way Home. 

14. Summer. 
BODIFEE, PAUL 

15. Field of Blooming Poppies. 
BOER, G. J. DE 

16. In the Woods. 



COERT, ANTHONI 

20. The Deserted House. 

DEUTMAN, FRANS 

21. Little Mother. 

DEVENTER, JOHANNA CORNELIA VAN 

22. Beeches. 

DOOYEWAARD, JACOB 

23. Meditation. 

DUYL-SCHWARTZE, TH. VAN 

24. The Fan. 

25. Mahler's Bust by Rodin. 

26. Portrait of H. M. the Queen of the 

Netherlands. 

DYSSELHOF, G. W. 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 191 5. 

27. Lobsters. 

ENGEL, FREDERIK 

28. Milking Time. 

VAN ESSEN, JAN 

29. Pelicans. 

FRANKFORT, E. D. 

30. Along the Road. 

GARJEANNE, J. 

31. Shadows of the Clouds. 

GARMS, COENRAAD M. 

32. The Enkhuizen St. Pancras Steeple. 



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GERDES, ED. 

33. Womanhood: 1914. 
GOEDVRIE.ND, THEOOOOR 

34. From a Fairy of the Vehiw County. 

35. Old Cottage at Chailly: France. 
GORI, BERTA 

36. Old Woman. 
GORTER, ARNOLD MARC 

Aii-arJed GolJ Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

37. Autumnal Day. 
GRAAFLAND, ROB 

38. Summer Day. 
GROOT, G. DE 

39. In the Kempen Country. 
HAVERMAN, H. J. 

40. Fresh Life. 
HEM, PIET VAN DER 

41. Katwyk Fisherwoman. 
HYNER, AREND 

42. Village Talk. 
ISRAELS, ISAAC 

43. Spanish Cafe. 

44. The Great Mare. 
IVES BROWNE, ROBERT 

45. Before the Mirror. 
JANS, JAN 

46. Standing Water on the Sand Hills: 

Spring Morning. 
JURRES, J. H. 

47. Casting Stones at Don Quixote. 
KERLING, ANNA E. 

Aiuarded Bronze Medal: P. P. 1. E. /p/5. 

48. Diligent Old Woman. 

49. Providing with Fodder. 
KOSTER, ANTON LOUIS 

50. A Bulb Grower's House with Nur- 

sery of Darwin Tulips in Hol- 
land. 

51. V'iew on the River Spaarne near 

Haarlem. 
KRABBE, H. M. 

52. At Granny's. 

53. First Steps. 
KRAMER, MARTINUS 

A-warded Silver Medal: P. P. 1. E., 1915. 

54. Winter Time in Holland. 
LEDEBOER, HANS 

55. What I Saw in My Dream. 
LENSELINK, RENS 

56. March Weather in Holland. 
MAAREL, M. VAN DER 

57. Idleness. 
MARTENS, WILLY 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., igiS- 

58. <7oing to Church. 



MASTENBROEK, JOHAN HENDRIK VAN 
Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

59. In the Lock at Delfshaven. 

60. As Busy as Bees in the Harbor at 

Rotterdam. 
MENSION, C. J. 

61. The Beast of Prey. 
MESDAG, H. W. 

62. A Stormy Sea. 
•MEYER, JOHAN 

63. Early Morning. 
MOEN, CHARLES ANTOINE 

64. Begonias. 
MONDRIAAN, FRITS 

65. The Hague Wood in October. 
MONNICKENDAM, MARTIN 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 79/5. 

66. Life's Joy. 
MOULYN, S. 

67. Portrait. 
NAKKEN, WILLEM CAREL 

68. Cart for the Conveyance of Stones, 

near Paris. 

OLDEWELT, FERDINAND GUSTAAF 
WILLEM 

69. For the Poor. 
OVERBEEK, G. J. VAN 

70. Cart Horses at the Bank of the 

River. 
PIETERS, EVERT 

71. Gypje. 
REGT, P. DE 

72. Dreary Day in Spring. 
REPELIUS, BETSY 

73. Interior of a Dutch Home. 
RHYNNEN, JAN VAN 

74. Charming Spot. 
ROELOFS, ALBERT 

AiL-arded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

75. Meditation. 
ROELOFS, WILLEM E., JR. 

76. In the Land of Tulips. 
ROSSE, HERMANN 

77. The Water Palace. 

78. Carmel Bay. 
SCHAAP, E. R. D. 

79. Spring. 

SCHAAP-VAN DER PEK, H. W. J. 

SO. Ruins on a Mountain Top. 
SCHERMER, CORNELIS 

81. Billeting Dutch Lancers. 
SCHILDT, MARTINUS 

82. Interior of a Home. 

SCIIIPPERUS, PIETER ADRIANUS 

83. Winter. 



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SCHULMAN, DAVID 

AivardeJ Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915- 

84. A Winter Afternoon at Laren. 
SLUITER, WILLY 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915- 

85. The Angelus. 
SLUYTERS, JAN 

86. Woman in Scarlet. 

87. Woman in Yellow. 
SMITH, HOBBE 

Aivarded Gold Medal: P. P. I- E., T9I5- 

88. Old Woman Reading the Bihle. 
STEELINK, WILLEM 

89. On the Heath. 

90. Along the Coast. 
STERRE DE JONG, J. F. 

91. Sunday Morning at Laren. 
SURIE, JACOBA 

92. Boy and Vegetables. 
THOL-RUYSCH, ALETTA VAN 

93. Mushrooms. 
THOLEN, W. B. 

Aiuarded Gold Medal: P. P. I- E., 1915- 

94. Church Near Leiden. 
TONGE, LAMMERT VAN DER 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I- E., I9I5- 

95. Riches. 
VELSEN, SUZE 

96. Autumn. 
VLAANDEREN, JOH 

97. Country Road in the County of Overy- 

ssel. 
VREEDENBURG, C. 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., J9I5- 

98. Unloading Peat on the Edge of the 

Canal. 
VR'EEDENBURG, SCHOTEL M. 

99. Slum in the Cit)' of Hattem. 
WAAY, NICOLAAS VAN DER 

100. A Dutch Orphan House Girl. 
WANDSCHEER, M. 

101. Nasturtium. 

WANING, CORNELIS, ANTHONY VAN 

102. Ancient Part of The Hague City. 
WEELE, H. J. VAN DER 

103. Dutch Ploughing Oxen. 
WEISSENBRUCH, JAN WILLEM 

104. View of a Dutch City. 
WESTERMANN, G. 

105. On the Pavement. 

WEYNS, J. H. 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., I9I5- 

106. Old Women's Home. 
WIGGERS, DERK 

107. Full Moon. 



WILLIGEN, C. A. VAN DER 

108. Nasturtium. 
WITSEN, W. 

Member of the International Jury of 
Awards: P. P. 1. E., 79/5. 

109. Binnenkant: Winter at Amsterdam. 

110. Montelbaan Steeple: Oude Waal at 

Amsterdam. 
WOLBERS, HERMANUS GERARDUS 

111. In the Meadow. 
WOLTER, HENDRIK JAN 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 191^. 

112. Fishing Fleet Leaving a Cornish Har- 

bor. 
WYSMULLER, J. H. 

113. View of Part of the City of Am- 

sterdam. 

ZOETELIEF TROMP, J. 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 191 5. 

114. On the Beach. 
ZON, JACQUES 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E.. I9I5- 

115. Navying. 

GRAPHIC ART 

ARNTZENIUS, PAUL 

116. The Training Ship. 

117. The Old Dutch Waterland. 
BAUER, M. A. J. 

118. The Holy Camel. 

119. A Damascus Bazar. 

120. An Oriental Prince. 
BOSCH, ETIENNE 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 191 5. 

121. Salerno. 

122. Notre Dame de Paris. 
DUPONT, P. 

123. Western Church Steeple. 

124. Old Church Steeple. 
GRAADT VAN ROGGEN (JOHANNES 

MATTHEUS) 

125. Old Bridge. 

126. Showery Weather. 
HARTING, DIRK 

127. Amersfoort Canal. 

128. The Amsterdam Lock. 
HAVERMAN, H. J. 

129. Beggar. 

130. Generalife. 

131. Ass Drivers. 
HEMELMAN, ALBERT 

132. Small Ghelder Yard. 

133. Pile Driver at Amsterdam. 
HOYTEMA, TH. VAN 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915- 

134. White Herons. 

135. Cactus. 



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ISRAELS, ISAAC 

136. Etching. 

137. Etching. 

138. Etching. 

139. Etching. 

140. Etching. 
JONG, TOON DE 

141. Veere Cathedral. 

142. Tjalk Outside Dordrecht. 
KOEK.KOEK, GER.'\RO 

143. Delfshaven Harbour. 

KOUW, CASPER MARINUS LEENDERT 

144. On the Dyke. 

145. Thistle. 
KRABBE, H. M. 

146. Portrait of a Child. 

147. Portrait of a Lady. 
KRAMER, MARTINUS 

148. To the River. 

149. Downs-Oaks. 
MOULYN, S. 

Ais:arded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

150. Le Chateau de Beaufort. 

151. Studv of the Nude. 

152. Villa d'Este. 
NIEUWENKAMP, \V. O. J. 

153. Woodcutters. 

154. Edam. 

155. On the Lake. 

156. Falling Leaves. 
POORTENAAR, JAN 

/livarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

157. Trafalgar Square. 

158. Jerusalem Chamber: Westminster 

Abbey. 
PROOST, JOHANNES 

159. Brick Kiln. 
SCHELFHOUT, LODEWYK 

160. Winter Tree. 

161. Les Angles. 
THOLEN, W. B. 

162. Nave. 

163. Harbour. 



164. The Philosopher. 

165. Cage. 

166. Cross. 

VELDllEER, J. G. 

167. The Borough. 

168. The Old Watchman. 

169. Rotterdam. 

170. Harlem St. Anne. 

VELSEN, SUZE 

171. Sunny Doorlet. 

172. Old Dutch Slum. 

WITSEN, W. 

Member of the International Jury of 
Awards: P. P. I. E., igij. 

173. Reconstruction in Old Amsterdam. 

174. The Kran Lock. 

175. Steeple Montelbaan: Oude Waal. 

ZWART, W. DE 

A-icarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E. 1915. 

176. Sunny Tree-Lined Path. 

177. Cattle Market. 

SCULPTURE 

CLERCQ, T. LE 

178. Perdition. 

DANTZIG, RACHEL M. VAN 

179. Mother and Child. 

180. Italian Farmer's Wife and Goat. 

HESSELINK, ABRAHAM 
Honorable Mention: P. P. I. E., igij- 

181. Narcis. 

182. Lidia. 

JELTSEMA, T. E. 

183. Young Sportsman Sitting Down: 

Ready to Start Again. 
SCHREVE-YZERMAN, JO 

184. Amsterdam Orphan Girl. 

185. "Lonely and Deserted." 
WYK, CHARLES VAN 

Atvarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 19 1 5. 

186. On the Way Home. 

187. Sheep and Lamb. 

188. Cessation from Labor. 



For Galleries One Hundred and Seventeen to One Hundred and Twenty See United States 
Section, Volume I, Pages 228 to 232; Volume II, Pages 233 and 234. 



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INTERNATIONAL SECTION 

Much of the International Section was arranged in Europe by Mr. J. N'ilsen Laurvik, Special 
Representative of the Department of Fine Arts. 



GALLERIES ONE HUNDRED EIGHT. 
ONE HUNDRED 
Part of the International Section is exhib- 
ited in Gallery One Hundred and Eight (Pal- 
ace of Fine Arts), and the remainder in 
Galleries One Hundred and Twenty-one to 
One Hundred and Forty-three, in the Annex. 

PAINTINGS AND DR.WVINGS 

ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY Austria 

Aiuarded Gold Medal: P. P. /. £., 1915. 

1. Portrait: Mrs. John Quincy Adams. 

2. Portrait: Fraulein Von Seybl. 

AGTHE, CURT Germany 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. /. £., 1915. 

3. At the Spring. 

AGUIAR, EL CONDE DE Spain 

Aviarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E.. 1915. 

4. A Study. 

5. Natural Type of Seville. 

6. Memories. 

ANDRASSY, THEOD. Hungary 

7. Moonlight: Arabia. 

Lent by Count Gyula Andrassy. 

8. Arabian Village by Night. 

Lent by Count Gyula Andrassy. 
BAIXAS CARRATE, JUAN Spain 

Honorable Mention: P. P. I. E., 191 f,. 

9. Happy Children. 

10. The Fair of St. Thomas. 
BARABAS, MIKL6S Hungary 

11. Portrait: Count L. Batthyanyi. 

Lent by Count Batthyanyi. 

12. Portrait: Deak Ferencz. 

BARTA, E. Hungary 

13. The Beggars. 

Lent by Dr. Ignacz Fekete. 

BATTHYANYI, COUNT GYULA 

Hungary 
Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. /. E.. 1915. 

14. Bal des Ardents. 

15. Casa Rossa. 

16. Juvisy. 

17. Ladies of the Harem. 

18. Longchamps. 

19. Soiree. 

BAUMGARTNER, TOMAS Germany 

20. Lady in Furs. 

BECKER, BENNO Germany 

21. At Lake Como. 



ONE HUNDRED TIFENTY-ONE TO 
FORTY-THREE 
BENCZl R, BELA Hungary 

22. Hot Day: Lake Balaton: Hungary. 

23. Storm: Lake Balaton: Hungary. 

BENCZUR, GYULA Hungary 

24. Man's Portrait. 

Lent by Bela Benczur, Esq. 

25. Portrait: Count J. Andrassy, Sr. 

Lent by Count Gyula Andrassy. 

BENLLIURE Y GIL Spain 

26. Nude. 

BENDICHA, ALFONSA Spain 

27. Tapestry — Andromeda and Perseus. 

BERENY, R6BERT Hungary 

28. Shadow Giving Way to Sunshine. 

29. My Happy, Merry, Sad, Indifferent 

and Jealous People Beneath the 

Town. 
Portrait: Composer Bartok. 
The Faraglini's. 
Sewing Woman : Evening in Her 

Room. 

33. Golgotha. 

34. Fantastic Rocks. 
Souvenir of a Meadow. 
Yellow Embroidery. 
Flowers and Animals. 
Blue Fishes. 
Fairyland. 

Souvenir of a Sunny Garden. 
Bird in Sunset. 
A Decoration. 
Landscape. 
Mountain and Rocks. 
Trees of Fairyland. 
Playing Horses. 
Scenes of a Circus. 
Boat Between Waves. 
Tropical Trees. 

50. Squirrels. 

BESNARD, ALBERT France 

51. Man in Pink. 

52. The Dancer with a Yellow Mask. 

53. The Procession of Langar. 

54. On a Stairway in Benares. 

55. A Street in Madeira. 

56. The Brahmin. 

57. Studv for the Dancer with the Yellow 

Mask. 



30. 
31. 
32. 



35. 
36. 
37. 
3S. 
39. 
40. 
41. 
42. 
43. 
44. 
45. 
46. 
47. 
48. 
49. 



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BESNARD, ALBERT (Continued) 

58. A Curio Dealer in Delhi. 

59. The Bracelet Seller. 

BEST, HANS Germany 

60. Grandmother and Grandchild. 

BILBAO, GONZALO Spain 

Aiuarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

61. Garden of the Alcazar, No. 2. 

62. Garden of the Alcazar, No. 1. 

63. A (Jarden of Seville. 

64. Dance of the Luises in the Cathedra] 

of Seville. 

65. Cigarette Girls of Seville. 

66. Figaro. 

67. The Little Gvpsv. 

68. To the Tarrijos Fair. 

69. Cigarette Girls. 

70. Factory Shop. 

BOBROWSKY, GRIGORI Russia 

71. Portrait of a Woman. 

BOEMM, RITTA Hungary 

72. Hungarian Interior. 

73. Old Hungarian Jugs. 

BOHM, PAL Hungary 

74. Christmas Mummers. 
BRODSZKY, SANDOR Hungary 

75. Peasant Woman. 
BROCK, GUSTAV 

76. Mrs. Bertha Asp. 

77. Queen Alexandrine of Denmark. 

78. Mrs. Eleanor Magruder. 

BRUCK, LAJOS Hungary 

79. Old Hungarian Peasant. 

80. Seaside in Bretagne. 

81. Village Houses: Hungary. 

82. Italian Child with Cherries. 

83. Interior: Hungarian Peasant House. 

84. Girl and Butterflies. 

85. Summer Clouds. 
861 Market Place. 

Lent by Count Gyula Andrassy. 
BRUCK, MIKSA Hungary 

Aiuarded Siher Medal: P. P. I. E., IQI_^. 

87. Auvergne Interior.. 

88. Flowerbeds near Budapest. 

89. Hungarian Interior. 
BRUNDRIT, REGINALD GRANGE 

England 

90. Dinant-sur-Meuse. 

BRONE, HEINRICH Germany 

91. Picnic in the Woods. 
BURMESTER, ERNST Germany 

92. Railroad Bridge. 

CABRERA CANTO, F. Spain 

A'u.arded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., igij. 

93. Grandfather's Birthday. 

94. Landscape. 



Austria 



Spain 



95. Woman's Love. 

96. Head. 

97. The Dinner. 
CAMMERLOHER, KARL MORITZ 

98. Landscape. 

99. Portrait of a Lady. 

100. Portrait of a Child. 
CAPDEVILA, GINES 

101. Maja. 
CARDONA, JUAN Spain 

A^varded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1913. 

102. Gypsy. 

103. Before the Dresser. 

104. The Kiss. 

CARDUNETS CAZORLA, ALEJANDRO 

Spain 

105. Montremy. 

CASALS Y PEYPOCH JOSfi Spain 

106. Gardens of Catalunia, No. 1. 

107. Gardens of Catalunia, No. 2. 
CHIMONA, NICOLAS Russia 

108. Hellas. 

109. Les Isles du Prince. 
CHRISTMAS, E. W. England 

AiL-arded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., igi^. 

110. Moonlight in the Argentine. 

111. Christ of the Andes. 
CORTES-RIERA, FERNANDO Spain 

112. Twilight. 

CSAKTORNYAI Hungary 

113. Landscape. 

CS6K, ISTVAN Hungary 

Aivarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1913. 

114. Two Girls in a Garden. 

Lent bj' Marczell Nemes, E.sq. 

1 15. Fairies. 

116. Summer Flowers. 

117. On the Lido. 

118. Still Life. 

119. Chinese Porcelains. 

120. Spring. 

121. Asters. 
CZIGANY, DEZSO 

122. Woman Arranging Hair. 

Lent by Dr. Ignacz Fekete. 
DAKE, CAREL L., JR. Holland 

123. The Trail. 

124. On the Slopes: Mt. Tamalpais. 
DALMAU, JOSll Spain 

125. My Friend Mr. Bernard, Art Critic of 

the Revue Mondaine. 
DODS-WITHERS, ISOBEL England 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. £., 1915. 

126. The Fortress Church of Albi. 
DRAPER, H. J. England 

A'u.arded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

127. FIving Fish. 



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EDVI-ILLES, ALADAR 

128. Stall. 

129. Young Bull. 

130. Resting Cow. 

131. Siesta. 

132. Before the Storm. 

133. Grey Horse. 

134. Prairie Hut: Hungaiy. 

135. Home^vard. 



Hungary 



EMERICI, ANDOR 

136. Crucifixion. 

Lent bv Bela Benczur, Esq. 

137. Girl's Head. 

Lent bv Bela Benczur, Esq. 

138. Child's Head. 

Lent by Bela Benczur, Esq. 

ENGEL, OTTO H. Germany 

139. Picnic on the Beach. 

ENGELMAN, PETER Austria 

140. Portrait: No. 2. 

141. Portrait: No. 1. 

142. Portrait: No. 3. 

Germany 



Russia 



ESSER, THEODOR 

143. Interior. 

FECHIN, NICHOLAI 

144. Lady in Pink. 

Lent by William Smith Stimmel, 
Esq. 
FEHERV.4RY, ERZSI Hungary 

145. Margaret Island: Budapest. 

146. Landscape. 

FENYES, ADOLF Hungary 

147. Kitchen Table. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

FERENCZY, KAROLY Hungary 

148. Still Life: Roses. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

149. Landscape. 

150. Girl's Portrait. 
FERENCZY, VALfiR Hungary 

151. Flute Player. 

152. San Pietro di Castello: Venice. 

FERRER, SANTIAGO Spain 

153. Interior. 
FILLOL, ANTONIO Spain 

154. The Old Clothes Woman. 

155. Uncle Tanacha. 

156. The Blown Flower. 

GAIGHER, HORATIO Austria 

Awarded Sih-er Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

157. Portrait: Benedict XV. 

158. Portrait: Pope Pius X. 
GALIMBERTI, SANDOR Hungary 

159. St. Rafael. 

160. Motive: Hungarian Town. 

161. Motive: Rue de Vaugirard. 



Hungary GALIMBERTI-DfiNES, VALERIA 

Hungary 

162. Chrysanthemums in Blue Vase. 

163. Still" Life: Roses. 

G.^LLEN-KALLELA, AXEL Finland 

Aii-arded Medal of Honor: P. P. I. E.. 1915. 

164. Plain. 

165. On Guard. 

166. Tropical Fruits: Still Life. 

167. A Wild Savannah. 

168. My First Hyena. 

169. Symposium. 

170. Kenoussa. 

171. My First Buffalo. 

172. In Autumn Sunlight. 

173. Portrait: Waino Salmin. 

174. Portrait of Madam E. E. 

175. Young Kikouyou Warrior. 

176. Banana Leaves. 

177. The Deluge. 

178. Lynx Hunter. 

179. Rhinoceros and Euphorbia. 

180. Playing Child. 

181. Sunset. 

182. Portrait: Robert Kajanus. 

183. Evening Heat. 

184. Burial. 

185. Buffalo Hunt. 

186. Portrait: Mr. Gustav Mahler. 

187. Mv First Rhinoceros. 

188. The Tribe of Naudi. 

189. Massai Watching. 

190. Kullerve Warrior. 

191. Summer Night. 

192. The Cataract of Masioja. 

193. Spring. 

194. The Wreath of Anemones. 

195. Portrait: Mother and Infant. 

196. Barcarole of Kaleral. 

197. Savage in the Shadow. 

198. The Hrasiani Mountains. 

199. Gazelle. 

200. Crocodile. 

201. Rainbow. 

202. The Little Valley. 

203. Carcass. 

204. Meadow. 

205. The School. 

206. Zebras. 

207. Hide. 

208. Zebras and Chamois. 

209. Parched Fir Tree: Winter. 

210. Burned Fir Tree. 

211. After the Hunt. 

212. Portrait of Madam G. A. S. 

213. Slain Rhinoceros. 

214. Kikouyou. 

215. Broken Fir Tree. 

216. The Waterfall. 

217. Kikouvou Woman. 



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218. Massai Warrior. 

219. Homo Victor. 

22n. Portrait: Mr. Alpo Sailo. 

221. Antelope. 

222. The Burnt Prairie. 

223. Denva Sabouk. 

224. Wild Date Palm. 

225. Portrait of Madam M. G. K. 

226. Bathers. 

227. Landscape Painter. 

228. Spring Breezes. 

229. Ski Runners. 

230. In the Brush. 

231. Portrait of a Lady among the Rocks. 

232. Model of a Cupola for the Capitol 

Building at Helsingfors. 

233. The Thieves of Lampo. 

GALOFRE flLLER, FRANCISCO Spain 

234. The Key of the Bull Pen. 

GARCIA ESCARRE, FRANCISCO Spain 

235. Esmeraldine. 

236. Maternity. 

GARRinO, RAMON Spain 

237. The Beggars. 

GINNETT, LOUIS England 

Aii-arJed Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 
23',. The Golden Hvpnos. 

GLATTER, GYUI.A Hungary 

AiLarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., igi}. 

239. Lady's Portrait. 

GLATZ, OSZKAR Hungary 

Aivarded Silver Medal (for Oil Painting) : 

P. P. I. E.. IQI!^. 
Aii:arded Silver Medal (for Draiviniis) : 
P. P. I. E., jgif,. 

240. Hungarian Landscape. 

241. The Visit. 

242. Hnnearian Goose Girls. 

243. Tran^ylvanian Landscape. 

244. Shepherdess. 

VON GLEHN, JANE EMMET England 
AiuardeJ Bronze Medal: P. P. I. £., igi'i. 

245. The Blue Jacket. 

VON GLEHN, W. G. England 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., [grfi. 

246. La Colline Sacree. 

GOHLER, HERMANN Germany 

247. Schloss Favorite. 

GOMEZ, CONSTANTINO Spain 

Av.arded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1913. 

248. Procession of Christ at Albarracin. 

249. A Forge. 

250. Fruit Stand in Valencia. 

GOODMAN, R. G. England 

Aivarded Gold Medal (for Pastels): P. P. 
I. E., 1915. 



Aivarded Silver Medal (for Oil Painting) : 
P. P. I. E.. 191 s. 

251. Tulloch: Scotland. 

252. A South African Homestead. 

253. The Coast of England. 

254. The Alhambra: Granada. 
HAMBUCHEN, WILHELM Germany 

Aivarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., IQI^. 

255. Early Autumn Morning. 

H.\RV, GVn.A Hungary 

256. Fisher Bastion: Budapest. 
HATVANV, BARON FERENCZ Hungary 

Aivarded Silver Medal (for Oil Paintini;): 

P. P. I. E., 1913. 
Aivarded Silver Medal (for Draivln^) : P. 

P. I. E., iQis. 

257. Still Life. 

Lent bv Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

258. Sunny Street. 

Lent bv Count Gyula Andrassy. 

259. Still Life.' 

260. Environs of Rome. 

HAWEIS, STEPHEN England 

261. Forte dei Marmi: Liguria. 

262. Na Moala: Fiji Islands. 

263. Na Aissama: A Fijian Village. 

264. Vakamololo Dance, Fiji No. I. 

265. Vakamololo Dance, Fiji No. 3. 

266. \^akamololo; Three Girls. 

267. Vakamololo Dance No. 2. 
HELLWAG, RUDOLF Germany 

268. The Pool of London. 

HELSBY, ALFREDO Chile 

269. A Coming Storm in the Andes. 

270. Chilean Farmhouses in Spring. 
HOLLO. GfiZA Hungary 

271. Weaving Design No. 528. 
HOLMBOE, THOROLF Norway 

272. Eider Ducks. 

HiJBNER, ULRICH Germany 

273. Clear Weather. 
HUGHES-STANTON, H. England 

Aivarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 191 f.. 

274. Fort. St. Andre. 
IVANYI-GRtJNWALD, BfiLA Hungary 

275. Bathintr Women. 

276. Park View. 

277. Tree in Blossom. 

278. Sunshine. 

279. Two Women. 

280. Nascence. 

JAVOR, PAL Hungary 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E.. 191^. 

281. Hungarian Home Altar. 

282. Altar: Hungarian Peasant Church. 

Lent bv Marczell Nemes, Esq. 
JONES, REGINALD England 

283. The Mill Pond. 



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KAISER, RICHARD Germany 

28+. From an Old Park. 

KARLOVSKY, BERTALAN Hungary 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

285. Portrait: Countess Karolyi. 

Lent by Count Gyula Andrassy. 

286. Portrait: Count Gyula Andrassy. 

Lent by Count Gyula Andrassy. 

287. Portrait: Madame Alcsuti. 

Lent by Dr. Agoston Alcsuti. 

KATONA, NANDOR Hungary 

288. In the Tatra. 

Lent by Adolf Kellner, Esq. 

289. In the Tatra. 

Lent by Count Lajos Balthyanyi. 

KAZIANY, ODON Hungary 

290. The Dark Woman. 

291. The Young Man. 

292. Under the Cypress. 

293. Studv: The Disciple. 

294. Study: Head. 

295. The Serpentine Dancer. 

296. Mors Peregrinans. 

297. The Castle of Tiszadob. 

KERNSTOCK, KAROLY Hungary 

298. Study for Glass Painting. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

299. Portrait: Painter Czobel. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

300. Horsemen. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

301. Nude. 

KfiZDI-KOVACS, LASZL6 Hungary 

302. Sunlit Trees. 

KIPS, ERICH Germany 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 11^13. 

303. Steamer in Dock: Hamburg. 

KNIGHT, HAROLD England 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

304. The Girl and the Picture. 

KNIGHT, LAURA England 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 191 S- 

305. The Model. 

KNIRR, HEINRICH Germany 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

306. Self Portrait. 

KOKOSCHKA, OSKAR Austria 

307. Portrait: Architect Adolf Loos. 

Lent bv Adolf Loos, Esq. 

308. Portrait: Dr. Egon Wellesz. 

Lent by Dr. Egon Wellesz. 

309. Portrait: Peter Altenberg. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

310. Portrait of the Artist. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

311. Portrait: Emma Veronica Sanders. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 



312. Portrait: Doctor Von Webern, Com- 

poser. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

313. Portrait: Angora Cat. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

314. Portrait: Paul Scheerbat. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

315. Portrait: Signor Verona. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

316. Portrait: Doctor de Jankosky. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

317. Portrait: Mrs. H. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

318. Portrait: Mrs. Adolf Loos. 

Lent bv Adolf Loos, Esq. 

319. Portrait: Two Children. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

320. Portrait: Italian Lady. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

321. Child with Hands of Father and 

Mother. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 
KOROSFOI-KRIESCH, A. Hungary 

322. Fear. 

323. Jov. 

324. Bv the Wavside. 

325. Zach Klara. 

326. Zach Klara. 

327. Weaving: Design No. 451. 

328. Weaving: Design No. 758. 

329. Weaving: Design No. 291. 

330. Weaving: Design No. 97. 

331. Weaving: Design No. 742. 

332. Weaving: Design No. 734. 

333. Weaving: Design No. 173. 

334. Weaving: Design No. 593. 

335. Weaving: Design No. 749. 

336. Weaving: Design No. 617. 

337. Weaving: Design No. 113. 
KUNFFY, LAJOS Hungary 

338. Mihaly Czigany. 

KUNWALD, CeZAR Hungary 

339. Portrait. 

LAVERY, JOHN England 

340. Portrait. 

Lent by Henry Smith, Esq. 
LAWSON, J. KERR England 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1913. 

341. St. Botolph's Church, Boston. 

LIP6TH, FERENCZ Hungary 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., I9i_^. 

342. Colormarmit No. 1. 

343. Colormarmit No. 2. 

344. Colormarmit No. 3. 

345. Colormarmit No. 4. 

346. Decorative Panel: Hungarian Peasant 

Motive. 

347. Decorative Panel : Mythological 

Motive. 



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LLIMONA, JUAN Spain 

Aiuarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

348. Fig Tree. 

349. Sonata without Words. 
LLOPIS DE CASADES, JUAN MARIA 

Spain 

350. Garden. 

351. Interior. 

352. Interior of Churcli. 
LOPEZ-MESQUITA, JOSE M. Spain 

A'uiarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

353. A Spanish Gypsy. 

Lent by Mrs. Alice Mumford 
Roberts. 

354. Matador. 

Lent by Mrs. Alice Mumford 
Roberts. 
LOTZ, KAROLY Hungary 

355. Bathing women. 

356. Portrait: Artist's Wife. 

357. Child's Portrait. 

358. Hungarian Peasant Wedding. 

359. End of the Harvest. 

360. Hungarian Hussar. 

Lent bv Baron Ferencz Hatvanv. 
LOY, MINA England 

361. Lillah, Gaby and Amaranthe. 

362. The Etruscan Loggia. 
MAGYAR-MANNHEIMER, GUSZTAV 

Hungary 
/liuarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., IQI}. 

363. Nocturne. 

364. Approaching Storm. 

365. Autumn Landscape. 

366. After the Storm. 

367. Young Hungarian Gypsy Woman. 
MAJOR, HENRIK Hungary 

368. Self Portrait. 

MAKOWSKY, ALEXANDER Russia 

369. Profile. 
MALAGARRIGA ORMAST, ELVIRA 

Spain 

370. Grandmother's Delight. 

MALLOL CASANOVAS, IGNACIO Spain 

371. Vermadora. 

MARFFY, ()D(")N Hungary 

372. Man's Portrait. 

373. Dalmatian Landscape. 

374. Wood Path. 

375. Still Life. 

Lent by Karoly Kernstock, Esq. 
MARK, LAJOS Hungary 

.'livarded Cold Medal: P. P. I. E., igiS- 

376. Preparing for a Walk. 

377. Before the Mirror. 

378. Breakfast Table. 

379. Lady with Parasol. 

380. Portrait: Miss NiUen. 



MASRIEBA, LUIS Spain 

381. Thoroughbred. 

MEDNYANSZKY, BARON Hungary 

Aiiarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. ' 

382. Winter: Hungarian Village. 
3S3. Sunset. 

384. Winter in the Carpathians. 

Lent by Count Gyula Andrassy. 

MEIFREN, ELISEO Spain 

Av.-arded Medal of Honor: P. P. I. E., 191 5. 

385. Cumulus Clouds: .\Iallorca. 

386. Road in Pollensa. 

387. The White Rock. 

MESZOLY, GEZA Hungary 

388. Summer Landscape. 

Lent by Baron Ferencz Hatvany. 

MEYN, GEORGE LUDWIG Germany 

389. Frau v. Cotta. 

MIESS, FRIGYES Hungary 

390. Dutch Girl. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

MIHALY, REZSO Hungary 

391. Weaving: Design No. 308. 

392. Weaving: Design No. 395. 

393. Weaving: Design No. 735. 

MOISES, JULIO Spain 

394. Micaela. 

MiJLLER, PETER PAUL Germany 

Aivarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

395. Thousand Year Old Oaks. 
MiJLLER, RICHARD Germany 

396. Leimer's Goat. 

MUNKACSY, MIHALY Hungary 

397. Landscape: Sunset. 

Lent by Count Gyula Andrassy. 

398. Landscape: In the Woods. 
NADLER, R. Hungary 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1913. 

399. Suspension Bridge: Budapest. 
NAGY, LAURA Hungary 

400. Design No. 551. 

401. Design No. 756. 

402. Design No. 439. 

NA(;Y, SANDOR Hungary 

403. Bath of the Fairies. 

404. Disappearing Illusions. 

405. Isle of Crete. 

406. Weaving: Design No. 89. 

407. Weaving: Design No. 262. 

408. Weaving: Design No. 229. 

409. Weaving: Design No. 501. 
OLGYAY, FERENCZ Hungary 

410. Summer Landscape. 

OLSSON, JULIUS England 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

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O'LYNCH, DE LYNCH TOWN, CHARLES 

Germany 

412. Zugspitz Group, from Kranzberg, 

near Mittenwald. 
ORTNER, FERENCZ Hungary 

413. Weaving: Design No. 580. 

PA.4L, LASZL6 Hungary 

414. Autumn Landscape. 

415. Storm Cloud. 

Lent by Count Gyula Andrassy. 
FARAD A SANTIN, JOSfi Spain 

416. Flower Girl of Andalusia. 

417. Gvpsy. 

P.-VTERSON, JAMES England 

41 S. The Old Garden. 
PECH.\N, J6ZSEF Hungary 

419. Farm Yard. 

Lent hy Marczell Nemes, Esq. 
PIETZSCH, RICHARD Germany 

420. Spring in the Bavarian Foothills. 
PIZA ROIG, JAIME Spain 

421. Street in Hostalrich. 

422. Poblet: Monastery Cloister. 

P6R, BERTALAN Hungary 

423. Decorative Composition. 

424. Decorative Composition. 

425. Mv Family. 

PREISLER, TAN Germany 

Aivarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. £., I9I5- 

426. Motive of Tale. 

Lent by Modern Gallery of Bo- 
hemia, Prague. 
PRIESTMAN, ARNOLD England 

427. Hurst Castle. 

PUTZ, LEO Germany 

.■IxL-arded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 
42S. The Shore. 

RA.4B, ERVIN Hungary 

429. Snow in the Park. 

430. Winter Sun. 

REMSEY, MME. Hungary 

431. Weaving: Design No. 739. 

432. Weaving: Design No. 732. 

433. Weaving: Design No. 731. 

434. Weaving: Design No. 565. 

435. Weaving: Design No. 754. 

436. Weaving: Design No. 33. 
RENOM Y JUAMANDREU, FAUSTO 

Spain 

437. People's Sundav. 

RICHMOND, LEONARD England 

.-lii^arded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., igifi. 
43S. Brentford Bridge. 

439. Ricks in Sunlight. 

440. The End of the Storm. 
RIPPL-R6NAI, J6ZSEF Hungary 

441. Child's Portrait. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 



442. Portrait: Dr. Guttmann. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

443. Female Nude. 

Lent bv Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

444. Ladies in the Garden. 

Lent by Lajos Jambor, Esq. 

445. Woman's Head in Profile. 

Lent bv Count Gyula Andrassv. 

446. Park. 

Lent by Dr. Ignacz Fekete. 

447. Portrait: Mark Vedres. 

Lent by Mark Vedres, Esq. 
44s. Interior. 

449. Hungarian Interior. 

450. Woman with Poppy in Her Hair. 

Lent by Dr. Ignaci Fekete. 

ROSSE, HERMANN Holland 

450A. Garebeg Dal: A Java Festival. 

RUDNAY, GYULA Hungary 

451. Mother and Child. 

SAUTER, GEORGE England 

Ai-arded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., igi-,. 

452. The Weisshorn: Moonlight. 

453. Spring Veil. 

454. Violet: Miss Ruth Hunt. 

455. The Cinal: Rothhorn. 

456. Tlie Great Friend: Matterhorn. 

457. The Vallev. 

458. In the Clouds. 

459. The Rimphischhorn. 

460. The Dent Blanche. 

461. The Blue Sphinx: Matterhorn. 

462. Resurrection. 

463. The Avenue. 

SCHANZE, OSCAR Germany 

Aivarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1913. 

464. Portrait of Woman in Black. 

SCHULTHEISS, KARL MAX Germany 

465. In March. 

SIMPSON, CHARLES WALTER England 
A-iarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1913. 

466. Autumn Sunset. 

SOML6, LILI Hungary 

467. Channel of Lyssewegh. 
46S. View of Taormina. 

469. Park of Kortvelyes. 

SP.4NYI, BELA Hungary 

470. Landscape. 

SPEED, HAROLD England 

.licarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E.. 191,=,. 

471. Apollo and Daphne. 

STUCK, FRANZ VON Germany 

Av.arded Medal of Honor: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

472. Summer Night. 
SZINNYEI-MERSE, P.\L Hungary 

473. Melting Snow. 

Lent by Count Gyula Andrassy. 



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TAMASY, MIKL6S Hungary 

474. Still Life. 

TER HELL, WILLY Germany 

475. Inl.Tnd Sea. 

THEDY, MAX Germany 

AiuarJed Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., /p/i. 

450. Dutch Girl. 

THOR, WALTER Germany 

Avsarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. F... 1915. 

451. Young Girl. 

TIBOR, ER\0 Hungary 

482. Hunijarian Village Market. 

4S3. Field Workers. 
TIHAXYI, LAJOS Hungary 

4X4. Self Portrait. 

485. Self Portrait: 1914. 

486. Young Man's Portrait. 

487. Landscape. 

UNDY, KAROLA Hungary 

488. Weaving: Design No. 290. 

489. Weaving: Design No. 755. 
VASTAGH, GEZA Hungary 

.livarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 79/5. 

490. Winter in the Atlas Mountains. 

491. In the Farmyard. 

492. Hungarian Buffalo Span. 
VASTAGH, GYORGY Hungary 

493. Gvpsv Woman. 

VASZARY,' TANGS Hungary 

Aivarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E.. igi=,. 

494. Portrait : Countess L. Batthyanvi. 

Lent hy Count Lajos Batthyanvi. 

495. Woman with Mirror. 

496. Promenade: Lake Balaton. 

Lent hy Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

497. Peasant Girl's Head. 

498. Woman with Cat. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 
VASQUEZ, CARLOS Spain 

.1-uarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

499. In a Villa in Granada. 

500. On tlie Way to the Salamanca Fair. 
VOLKERLING, HERMANN Germany 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 191 5. 

501. Portrait. 

VOLKMANN, HANS VON Germany 

502. Harvest. 

WALLESZNE, GYENES GITTA Hungary 
.livarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 19 1 5. 

503. Indolence. 

504. Under the Tree. 

505. Woman in Brown Dress. 

506. Play. 

507. Resting Nude. 

508. Mother with Son. 

509. Female Nude. 

510. In the Blue Background. 

511. Erotic. 



512. Mother and Child. 

513. Profile. 

514. Lilac Dress. 

515. Summer Heat. 

516. Thirty Year Old Woman. 

517. Movements. 

518. Mother and Baby. 

519. Madonna in Modern Guise. 

520. Bunch of Grapes. 

521. Adam and Eve. 

522. Ladv in Blue Dress. 

523. Desire. 

524. Fair Woman and Child. 

525. Two Girls. 

526. Biedermeyer. 

527. Stretching. 

WENK, ALBERT Germany 

52S. Stormy Sea. 

WINTER, TATON England 

529. The Waning of the Year. 
630. The Mill: Middelburg. 

ZADOR, ISTVAN Hungary 

531. Interior: Rakoczy Time. 

ZAROUBLNE, VICTOR Germany 

532. Clouds. 

ZIFFER, SANDOR Hungary 

533. In the Garden. 

ZILZER, ANTAL Hungary 

534. The Source. 

535. Portrait. 

ZIEGLER, KARL Germany 

536. Portrait Study of a Child. 

Z6RAD Hungary 

537. Landscape with Figures. 

DE ZUBIAURRE, RAMON Spain 

Avvarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

538. Viscayan Peasants. 

539. Serenade in Granada. 

540. Type of Segovian. 

DE ZUBIAURRE, VALENTIN Spain 

Aicarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. £., 79/5. 

541. Spanish Peasant. 

542. Peasant with a Bowl. 

543. Peasant Couple. 

544. Peasant with Jug. 

ZUGEL, HEINRICH VON Germany 

Aii-arded Medal of Honor: P. P. I. E., 797.1. 

545. In the Rhine Meadows. 
DRAWINGS, ETCHINGS, LITHOGRAPHS, ETC. 

(Austrian graphic participation arranged by 
Herr Hugo Heller of Vienna.) 

ARTIGAS, JOSfi TERSOL Spain 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 191^. 

546. Pinar. 

547. The Canal: S. Bandilio de Llobregat. 

548. Loading Coal in Barcelona. 

549. Landscape. 



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BENTLEY, ALFRED England 

.-liiartled Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 
550. The Broken Bridge: Avignon. 

BRANGWYN, FRANK England 

Awarded Medal of Honor: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

581. Bark Strippers. 

582. Trees and Factory: Hammersmith. 

583. The Beggar: Assisi. 

584. A Gate: Assisi. 

585. Assisi. 

586. Barge Builders: Brentford. 

587. London Bridge: No. 3. 

588. Mills: Montreuil. 

589. The Millwheel: Montreuil. 

590. Breaking up the "Hannibal." 

591. Sawyers. 

592. TheButcher's Shop. 

593. Scaffolding: South Kensington. 

594. Old Kew Bridge. 

595. Building the Victoria and Albert 

Museum. 

596. The Bridge: Barnard Castle (Aqua- 

tint). 

597. The Coal Mine. 

598. Barges: Bruges. 

599. Old House: Ghent. 

600. The End of the Day. 

601. Windmills: Bruges. 

602. The Tow Rope. 

603. The Tan Pit. 

604. Breaking up the "Caledonia." 

605. Skin Scrapers: No. 1. 

606. The Gate of the Farm. 

607. The Farmyard. 

608. Blacksmiths. 

609. Church of St. Saulve: Montreuil. 

610. Entrance to Montreuil. 

611. The Market Square: Montreuil. 

612. The Return from Work. 

613. Santa Maria from the Street. 

614. The Boatyard: Venice. 

615. Venetian Boats. 

616. St. Nicholas: Dixmude. 

617. Santa Maria della Salute: Venice. 

618. Windmill: Dixmude. 

619. Men in a Bakehouse. 

620. The Mill: Furnes. 

621. The Black Mill: Winchelsea. 

622. The Feast of Lazarus. 

623. Unloading Bricks: Ghent. 

624. Church of Notre Dame: Eu. 

625. Via delle Trombe: Messina. 

626. Apse of Duomo: Messina. 

627. Church of II Spirito Santo: Messina. 

628. The Headless Christ. 

629. Church of Sta. Chiara del Carmine a 

Taormina. 

630. The Bridge: Alcantara. 

631. Old Houses: Taormina. 

632. A Door: Cahors. 



633. The Lot at St. Cirq. 

634. On the Road to Figeac. 

635. The Roundabout: Bruges. 

636. A Cafe: Cahors. 

637. The Mountebank. 

638. The Valentre Bridge: Cahors (1st 

state). 

639. Bridge over the Tarn. 

640. Tour de Faure. 

641. A Mosque: Constantinople. 

642. The Beggar Musician. 

643. Cannon Street Station : Exterior. 

644. A Back Street in Naples. 

645. Breaking up the "Duncan." 

646. The Crucifixion. 

647. Browning's House: Venice. 

648. The Monument: No. 2. 

649. Notre Dame: Poictiers. 

650. The Tannery: Parthenay. 

651. Notre Dame la Riche Tours. 

652. Street in Tours. 

653. Abbey St. Leonard. 

654. Cannon Street Station: Interior. 

655. Church of St. Nicholas: Paris. 

656. St. Peter's of the Exchange: Genoa. 

657. Gate of St. Vincent: Avila. 

658. Wash Houses: Parthenay. 

659. The Demolition of the Post Office. 

660. A Street in Puv. 

661. The Moat. 

662. The Walls of Avignon. 

663. Old Mills: Meaux. 

664. Notre Dame: Paris. 

665. Le Pont Neuf : Paris. 

666. Church of Airvault. 

667. Building the Bridge. 

COSSMANN, A. Austria 

668. Pinzgauerin. 

DETTMAR, R. Austria 

669. Prometheus. 

FITTON, HEDLEV England 

670. St. Etienne du Mont. 

HANISCH, R. Austria 

Honorable Mention: P. P. I. E., /p/i. 

671. Stift Melk. 

672. Schonbrunn. 

JILOVSKY, G. Austria 

Aiiarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., igifi. 

673. Old Fisherman. 

674. Old Prague. 

675. Late Summer. 

676. At the Railway Station. 

677. Portrait of Mrs. H. 

678. On the Silt Dunes. 

679. Wattern : In the Bohmer Forests. 

JUNGNICKEL, L. H. Austria 

Awarded Sit-ver Medal: P. P. I. £., igi'i. 

680. Bengal Tiger. 

681. Fighting Cocks. 



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JUNGNICKEL, L. H. (Continued) 

682. Blue Parrot. 

683. L' Amour. 

684. Pelicans. 

685. Lion's Head. 

686. Flamingo. 

687. Sarasevo. 

688. Chamois. 

689. Calf. 

690. Arabian Nights. 

691. The Kill. 

692. Playing Parrots. 

693. Two Blue Parrots. 

694. Oriental Life. 

695. Mountain Goats. 

KASIMIR, L. Austria 

696. Durnstein. 

697. Vienna: Stephans Square (after Alt1. 

698. Karls Church. 

699. Castle Kretizenstein. 

700. Vienna: Minorite Church. 
KASIMIR-HOENNES, T. .'Austria 

Aii-arJed Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 79/5. 

701. Hamburg: Katzen Path. 

702. Vienna: Sonnenfels Street. 

703. Prague: Niklas Church. 

KLEMM, WALTER Austria 

.liuarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., IQI5. 

704. Tight-Rope Walker. 

705. Don Quixote: No. 1. 

706. Don Quixote: No. 2. 

707. Don Quixote: No. 3. 

708. Don Quixote: No. 4. 

709. Don Quixote: No. 5. 

710. Don Quixote: No. 6. 

711. Don Quixote: No. 7. 

712. Tvll Ulenspiegel. 

713. ITIenspiegel. 

714. The Pursuit. 
71 5. The Invasion. 

716. The Watcher. 

717. The Storks. 

718. Ice Harvesting. 

719. Winter Sport. 

720. Dogs. 

KOKOSCHKA, OSKAR Austria 

721. Portrait of Karl Kraus. 
LEDERER, FRITZ Austria 

722. Austrian Landscape. 

723. Dort Gasse. 

724. Herr Weil. 

725. Tragedian. 

726. Landscape. 

727. Rolling Mill. 

LOWENSTAMM, ERNINA Austria 

728. Hilly Landscape. 

729. Portrait: Arthur Schnitzler. 
MANNING, W. WESTLEY England 

730. The Avenue: Normandy. 



ORLIK, EMIL Austria 

731. Little Heads. 

732. An Indian. 

733. Girl's Head. 

734. London Girls. 

735. Going to Cliurch: Bohemia. 

736. Picture of Japanese Boy. 

737. Bargaining. 

738. Peasant Woman. 

739. My Mother. 

740. Max Klingcr at Work. 

741. At the Precipice. 

742. Ferdinand Hodler. 

743. Architect Hoffman. 

744. Portrait: Gustav Mahler. 

745. Glassworks near Glasgow. 

746. A Mussel Merchant: Rotterdam. 

747. Capriccio. 

748. The Angler. 

749. Girl's Head. 

750. Japanese Woman in Winter Dress. 

751. The Kurumaya: Tokio. 

752. Before the Temple. 

753. Landing Place: Tokio. 

754. From Edinburgh. 

755. A Part of the Ghetto: Prague. 
755A. Fruitfulness. 

755B. Michael Kramer. 

OSBORNE, MALCOLM England 

756. Lavardin. 

POLLAK, MAX Austria 

757. Portrait of Professor S. Freud. 

758. Vienna: Franziskaner Square. 

759. Vienna : University Square. 

SCHMUTZER, FERD. Austria 

.liuarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1913. 

760. Brahms Room. 

761. Havstack. 

762. The Lay Brother. 

763. Josef Kainz as Hamlet. 

764. Flower Market in Paris. 

SIMON, T. F. Austria 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., lOI-i. 

765. The Wind. 

STOITZNER, JOS. Austria 

766. High Mountains in Winter. 

SVABINSKY Austria 

767. Old Man's Head. 

768. At the Piano. 

769. Sketch. 

770. Morning Hunt. 

771. Old Woman with Dog. 

772. Nude. 

773. Summer. 

For TERSOL ARTIGAS, JOSfi, see 546, 
547, 548, 549. 
THIEMANN, C. Austria 

774. Evening: Venice. 



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VONDRONO, C. Austria 

/Iivarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., Ii)l$. 

775. Market in Turnau. 

776. Smithy: Prague. 

777. Mathesons Harbor. 

WAY, T. R. England 

778. Purple Cap. 

779. Cremorne Gardens. 

780. Little White Girl. 
7S1. Maud. 

782. Little Nude. 

HUNGARIAN GRAPHIC SECTION ARRANGED BY THE 

FINE ARTS MUSEUM OF BUDAPEST 
(Comprising Drawings, Water Colors, Pas- 
tels, Etchings, Lithographs, Etc.) 
AUGUSTIN, M. Hungary 

783. Village Road in Hungary. 

BARANSKY, E. L.\SZLO Hungary 

7S4. Hungarian Fountain. 
BATTHYANYI, COUNT GYULA 

Hungary 
JivarJed Silver Medal (for Oil Paintings) : 
P. P. I. E., 191=;. 

785. Working Girl's Dream. 

786. Mannequin. 

787. Court Ball. 

BERNfiY, ROBERT Hungary 

788. Sewing in the Garden. 

789. The Convalescent. 

790. Portrait: Ignotus. 

Lent by Dr. Sandor Ferenczi. 
BERON, GYULA Hungary 

791. Lady's Portrait. 

EDVI-ILLES, JENO Hungary 

792. Clouds. 

ERDOSSY, BfiLA Hungary 

Aivarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., I<)i=i. 

793. Path in Snow. 

GLATZ, OSZKAR Hungary 

Awarded Silver Medal (for Oil Painting) ■ 

P. P. I. E., 1915. 
Aivarded Silver Medal (for DravAnes): 

P. P. I. E., 1915. 

794. Spinning. , 

795. Old Pianist. 

796. Old Seamstress. 

797. Motherhood. 

798. Peasant Ciirl Dressing. 

799. The Dinner. 

800. Resting. 

G6TH, MORIC Hungary 

801. Artist's Wife. 

802. Self Portrait. 

803. Tired Horse. 

HATVANY, BARON FERENCZ Hungary 
Awarded Silver Medal (for Oil Painting) ■ 
P. P. I. E., 19 1 5. 



Awarded Silver Medal (for Drawing): 
P. P. I. E., i<)i=,. 

804. Drawing: No. 1. 

805. Drawing: No. 2. 

806. Drawing: No. 3. 

807. Drawing: No. 4. 

HERMAN, LIPOT Hungary 

808. Nude Study. 

Lent by Dr. Lajos Ferenczi. 
808A. Summer Phantasy. 

Lent by Dr. Lajos Ferenczi. 
JUH..\SZ, ARPAD Hungary 

809. Drawing: No. 1. 

810. Drawing: No. 2. 

KONRAD, GYULA Hungary 

Honorable Mention: P. P. I. E., igi^. 

811. Peasant Woman: Mezokcivesd. 

812. Summer Evening: The Arno. 

813. Motive: From a Little Town. 
KRON, lENO Hungary 

814. Woman's Head. 

815. The Worker. 

KUBINYI, A. Hungary 

816. Winter Landscape. 

817. The Dancer. 

LENARD, ROBERT Hungary 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., iQlj. 

818. Windv Sunset. 

819. On the Arno. 

820. San Juan y Batista: Toledo. 

821. Puenta San Martino. 

822. Toledo. 

823. Gateway: Toledo. 

824. Church Colonnade. 

825. Old Part of Toledo. 

826. On the Arno. 

827. Alcantara. 

828. The San Martino Bridge: Toledo. 

829. Old Town. 

830. Landscape. 

831. Sunset in Genoa. 

832. Saint Cloud. 

833. Prague: Old Bridge. 

834. Canal in France. 

835. Old Houses in Genoa. 

836. Ponte Vecchio. 

837. Genoa. 

LOTZ, KAROLY Hungary 

838. Study. 

Lent by Baron Ferencz Hatvanv. 
MARK6, ERNO Hungary 

839. Woman Knitting. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 
NAGY, LAURA Hungary 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., IQ15. 

840. Old Woman with Animals. 

841. Fairyland. 

842. Bird's Supper. 

843. The Dolls' Queen. 



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INTERNATIONAL SECTION 



NAGY, SANDOR Hungary 

844. Child's Portrait. 

OLGYAY, VICTOR Hungary 

845. February. 

846. Allee. 

847. Waving Corn Field. 

848. Ivan. 

PAPP, LAJOS Hungary 

AiL-arJed Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

849. The Stonebreaker. 

POGANY, WILLY Hungary 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

850. Rheingold. 

851. Walkurenritt. 

852. Beethoven. 

853. Illustration for Tannhauser. No. 1. 

854. Illustration for Tannhauser. No. 2. 

855. Illustration for Tannhauser. No. 3. 

856. Illustration for Tannhauser. No. 4. 

857. Illustration for Parseval: No. 1. 

858. Illustration for Parseval: No. 2. 

859. Illustration for Parseval: No. 3. 

860. Illustration for Parseval: No. 4. 

P6R, BERTALAN Hungary 

861. Decorative Composition (dry point 

etching). 

862. Landscape with Hay Rick. 

863. Studv: Three Figures. 

864. Self Portrait: No. 2. 

865. Study for Decoration. 

866. Composition Studies. 

867. Study for Portrait Group. 

868. Study for Woman's Portrait. 

869. Portrait. 

870. Female Study. 

871. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 1. 

872. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 2. 

873. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 3. 

874. Study for Decoration : Worship of 

Wisdom : No. 4. 

875. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 5. 

876. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom : No. 6. 

877. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom : No. 7. 

878. Study for Decoration : Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 8. 

879. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 9. 

880. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom : No. 1 0. 

881. Studv for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 11. 

882. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 12. 



8S3. 

884. 

885. 

886. 

887. 

SSS. 

889. 

890. 

891. 

892. 

893. 

894. 

895. 

896. 

897. 

898. 
899. 
900. 
901. 
902. 
903. 
904. 
905. 
906. 
907. 
908. 
909. 
910. 
911. 
912. 
913. 
914. 
915. 
916. 
917. 
918. 
919. 

920. 
921. 
922. 

923. 
924. 



Studv for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 13. 
Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 14. 
Studv for Decoration : 

Wisdom: No. 15. 



Study for Decoration 
Wisdom: No. 16. 

Studv for Decoration 
Wisdom: No. 17. 

Study for Decoration 
Wisdom: No. 18. 



Worship of 
Worship of 
Worship of 
Worship of 



Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 19. 
Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 20. 
Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 21. 
Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 22. 
Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom : No. 23. 
Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 24. 
Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 25. 
Study for Decoration : Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 26. 
Study for Decoration : Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 27. 
Composition Studies. 
Study of Nude Seated. 
Landscape Composition. 
Portrait Study. 
Composition Studies. 
Study of Male Figure. 
Landscape Study with Figures. 
Landscape Study: The Mill. 
Study: Male Figure. 
Pastoral Composition. 
Composition Studies. 
Landscape Study with Cows. 
Decorative Composition Study. 
Landscape Study: The Ford. 
Decorative Composition Study. 
Landscape Study with Cattle. 
Female Study: Grief. 
Study of Adam and Eve. 
Composition Study. 
Decorative Composition Study. 
Composition Study. 
Landscape Studv: The Shepherd: 

No. 1. 
Three Composition Studies. 
Two Composition Studies. 
Landscape Studv: The Shepherd: 

No. 2. 
Study for Mosaic. 
Decorative Composition Study: Fe- 
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P6R BERTALAN (Continued) 

925. Decorative Composition Study: The 

Pioneers: No. 1. 

926. Decorative Composition Study : The 

Pioneers: No. 2. 

927. Landscape Composition. 

928. Portrait Study of a Man. 

929. Decorative Composition Study. 

930. Study: Female Nude. 

PRIHODA, ISTVAN Hungary 

AiL-arded Bronze Medal: P. P. 1. E., igiS- 

931. Portrait of Mrs. Irene P. 

932. Those Who Laugh. 

933. Study of Female Nude. 
RAUSCHER, LAJOS Hungary 

934. Doorway in Rothenburg. 

935. Hut in Szelakna. 

936. Baggerrad. 

937. Slavic Village: No. 1. 

938. Slavic Village: No. 2. 

939. Part of Margaret Island: Budapest. 

940. Motive from Old Buda. 
94L Buda. 

942. Peasant Hut. 

RIPPL-R6NAI, J6ZSEF Hungary 

Aiuarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

943. Outdoor Amusements. 

944. Shore Scene: Ostend. 

945. Old Woman Seated. 

946. Knitting. 

947. Carroussel. 

948. Walk in the Garden. 

949. Three Girls in a Garden. 

950. Drawing: Man Drinking. 

Lent by Baron Ferencz Hatvany. 

951. Woman at Piano. 
951A. In the Garden 

R6NAI-KASZNER Hungary 

952. Don Pietro Caruso. 

SZfiKELY, AN DOR Hungary 

/liL-arded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., igiS- 

953. Washing Day. 

954. Old Woman's Home: Bruges. 

955. Interior. 

SZfiKELY, ARPAD Hungary 

956. Stone Bridge. 

TICHY, KALMAN Hungary 

957. Bouquet of Flowers. 

958. Gold Rain. 

TICHY, GYULA Hungary 

959. Moment and Century. 

UITZ, BeLA Hungary 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., ig'S- 

960. Self Portrait. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

961. Man's Portrait. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

962. Man's Profile. 

Lent by Marczell Neraes, Esq. 



963. Child on Mother's Arm. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

964. Little Girl's Head. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

965. Mother and Baby. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

966. Mother and Child. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

967. Girl's Head in Profile. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

968. Expectant Mother. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

969. Woman Leaning on Her Chin. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

970. Woman Reading. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

971. Woman with Crossed Legs. 

Lent bv Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

972. Woman with Hand to Her Breast. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

973. Woman with Velvet Ribbon. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

974. Woman Sitting. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

975. Woman with Head Turned. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

976. Woman: Head Bent. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

977. Woman with Child in Her Lap. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 
VADASZ, MIKL6S Hungary 

Aivarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., igiS- 

978. A Summer Episode. 

979. Cheap Places: Race Course. 

980. In Amusement Park. 

981. Female Impersonator. 
VASZARY, JANOS Hungary 

Awarded Gold Medal (for Oil Painting): 
P. P. I. E., 1915. 

982. Drawing. 

ZADOR, ISTVAN Hungary 

983. The Elisabeth Palace: Budapest. 

984. The Baross Street: Budapest. 

985. Thronefollower Street: Budapest. 

986. The Bath Street: Budapest. 

987. The Woodpecker Street: Budapest. 

SCULPTURE 

BECK, 0. FtJLOP Hungary 

Aivarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. £., 1915- 

988. Ancient Hungarian Archer. 
989 to 998. Medals. 

999 to 1016. Medals. 
CANALIAS, JOSE Spain 

Avcarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915- 

1017. Mariner. 

FEHERVARY, ERZSI Hungary 

Honorable Mention: P. P. I. £., I9'5- 

1018. Black and White. 

1019. Green and White. 



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INTERNATIONAL SECTION 



FEHtlRVARY, ERZSI (Continued) 
1030. Cleopatra. 

1021. Harlequin. 

1022. Ballerina. 

F6MES-BECK, VILMOS Hungary 

1023 to 1033. Medals. 

1034. Dancer. 

1035. Eve. 

1036. Woman with Sheaf. 

1037. Dame. 

1038. Beatrice. 

FERENCZY, BENJAMIN Hungary 

1039. Madonna. 
KORMENDI-FRIMM, JENO Hungary 

1040. Portrait Bust. 

1041. Medal. 

MARES, FREDERICO Spain 

Aivarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. £., jgiS- 

1042. Study of Nude Man. 
MONEGAL PRAT, ESTEBAN Spain 

Honorable Mention: P. P. I. E.. IQIS- 

1043. Woman Combing Her Hair. 

MUR.ANYI, GYULA Hungary 

AiL-arded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., igifi. 
1044 to 1052. Medals. 

PICK, I.AJOS Hungary 

.Iti-arded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., iQlf,. 

1053. The Start. 

POUPELET, JEANNE France 

1054. Cock. 

1055. nonkev. 

1056. Toilet.' 

DE ROSAI.ES, EMANUEL O. England 

.U'sarded lironze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1(^15. 

1057. Puppets. 

1058. Bacchante. 

SIMAY, IMRE Hungary 

Aiiarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E.. 1915. 

1059. Orang Utang. 

1060. Family Joy. 

1061. Mother and Son. 

1062. Rhesus Ervthreus. 

1063. Father and Son. 

TELCS, EDE Hungary 

Awarded Gold Medal (for Medah): P. P. 

I. E., 191,^. 
Aivarded Bronze Medal (for Sculpture) : 

P. P. I. E., ;9'5. 
1064 to 1079. Medals. 
lOSO. Female Figure. 

1081. Portrait Bust: Artist's Wife. 

TROtlBETZKOY, PAUL Russia 

1082. Mrs. Henderson. 

1083. Mrs. Crane. 

1084. Caruso. 

1085. Mr. Waterman. 

1086. Mrs. B. Harriman. 



1087. Mr. Shaukopf. 

1088. Mme. Svirsky. 

1089. Lady Constance Richardson. 

1090. Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt. 

1091. Tolstov on Horseback. 

1092. Miss B. Rutherford. 

1093. Samovede Siberian Dogs. 

1094. Tolstoy. 

1095. Princess Troubetzkoy. 

1096. Mr. W. K. Vanderbilt. 

1097. Girl with a Lamb. 

1098. Hunting Dog. 

1099. Mrs. Ogden Mills. 

1100. How Can You Eat Me? 

1101. Princess Troubetzkoy. 

1102. Mrs. Castle. 

1103. Baroness Robert Rothschild. 

1104. Elephant. 

VEDRES, MARK Hungary 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. £., 19 IS- 

1105. Girl Arranging Hair. 

1106. Singing Boy. 

1107. Dancing Girl. 

1108. After Bath. 

1109. Bacchus. 

1110. .'\dam and Eve. 
nil. Bov Resting. 

1112. Girl Carrying Water. 

1113. Danseuse. 

1114. Morning Toilet. 

1115. Woman Arranging Hair. 

1116. Reposing Athlete. 

ZILZER, HAJNALKA Hungary 

1117. Portrait Plaque. 

ZUTT, AR. Hungary 

Aivarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 
1118 to 1129. Case of War Medals. 

GALLERY ONE HUNDRED FORTY-ONE 

ITALIAN FUTtlRISTS 

BALLA 

1130. Dynamic Decomposition of a Motor 

in Rapid Movement. 

1131. Dynamism of Dispersion. 

1132. Dynamic Expansion: Speed. 

1133. Luminous Successions: Displacements. 

1134. Dynamism of Plasticity: Noises: 

Speed. 

1135. Dynamism of Plastic Lights. 

1136. Walking Lines: Dynamic Successions. 

1137. Dynamism of Light. 

1138. Dynamic Rhythm. 

BOCCIONI 

1139. Nude: Complementary Dynamism of 

Form : Colour. 

1140. Dynamism of ^ Cyclist. 

1141. Elasticity. 

1142. Matter. 

1143. Dynamism of a Football Player. 



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CARRA 

1144. The Disintegration of Flesh. 

1145. Centrifugal Forces. 

1146. Abstract Perspective of Form: Color. 

1147. The Complement of Form to a Nude 

Figure. 

1148. Study for the Picture: A Woman's 

Shape and Scents. 

1149. Dynamic Space of a Jockey. 

1150. Plastic Transcendencies. 

1151. Synthesis of a Music Hall. 

1152. Form of a Dancer in Circular Move- 

ment. 

1153. Force Centres of a Boxer. 

1154. Dynamism of a Boxer. 

1155. Architectural Construction of a 

Woman on the Beach. 

1156. A Woman's Shape and Scents. 

1157. Woman: House: Bottle: as a Spher- 

ical Expansion in Space. 

1158. Simultaneousness. 
RUSSOLO 

1159. Dynamism of a Motor. 

1160. Dynamic Volumes. 

1161. Plastic Summary of a Woman's 

Movements. 

1162. My Dynamic Self. 

1163. Dynamic Expansion; Houses: Lights. 



SEVERINI 

1164. Light: Speed: Noise: in Simultaneous 

Interpenetration. 

1165. Forms and Color: Tone in the Argen- 

tine Tango. 

1166. Sea Dancer. 

1167. Spherical Expansion of Lights: Cen- 

tripetal. 

1168. Spherical Expansion of Light: Cen- 

trifugal. 

1169. Dynamic Decomposition of the Por- 

trait of the Poet Marinetti. 

1170. Dynamism of the 14th July. 

1171. Light: Speed: Noise: Sketch. 

1172. Forms and Color: Tone in the Ar- 
gentine Tango: First Sketch. 

Forms and Color: Tone in the Double 

Boston : Second Sketch. 
Sea Dancer: Study. 
Dynamic Continuity of a Train in 

Rapid Movement. 

1176. Sea Dancer: Studv No. 2. 

1177. Sea Dancer: Study No. 3. 

SCULPTURE 

BOCCIONI 

1178. Development of a Bottle in Space: 

Still Life. 

1179. Muscles in Quick Motion. 



1173. 



1174. 
1175. 



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NORWEGIAN SECTION 



CONSUL F. HERMAN GADE 
Commissioner General. 



WILHELM V. MUNTHE af MORGEN- 
STIERNE 
Assistant Commissioner. 
J. NILSEN LAURVIK 
Commissioner of Fine Arts. 

\0RVVEGIAN-AMER1CAN AUXILIARY COMMITTEE 

JAFET LINDEBERG J. HEYERDAHL HANSEN 

Chairman. HAAKON ADELSTEN JENSSEN 

FINE ARTS COMMITTEE IN CHRISTIANIA 

DIREKTOR JENS THHS 
Chairman. 



GALLERIES OSE HUNDRED FORTY 

PAINTINGS 

ASTRUP, NICOLAI 

1. Window Flowers. 

Lent by Henrik Lund, Esq. 

2. Storm-Blown Aspentree. 

Lent bv Henrik Lund, Esq. 
BRUN, HARALD 

3. A Laplander. 

4. Young Woman. 

5. Gladioli. 
COLLETT, FREDRIK 

6. Spring Landscape. 
DAHL, NILS 

Honorable Mention: P. P. I. E., 19 1 5. 

7. September Evening. 

8. Autumn Landscape. 
DEBERITZ, PER 

9. On the Beach. 

From the Shulz Collection. 

10. Nude. 

From the Shulz Collection. 

11. Garden in Mentone. 

Lent by August Mohr, Esq. 
DIRIKS, EDVARD 

Atuarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 191$. 

12. Storm on Drobaksfjord. 

13. December on the Seine. 

From the Shulz Collection. 

14. Marine. 
ERIKSEN, BJARNE 

15. Summer Night. 
ERIKSEN, SIGURD 

16. In the Woods. 
GAUGUIN, POLA 

17. Sidestreet in Christiania. 

18. Forest Interior. 

19. Sunset. 

20. Spruce Wood. 



FOUR TO ONE HUNDRED FIFTY 
GRANDE, SEVERIN 

Honorable Mention: P. P. /. E., 1915. 
31. Still Life. 

22. Fir Trees. 

23. On the Beach. 

24. Summer in Soon. 

HAAVARDSHOLM, MAGNHILD 

25. Cabbage Field. 

HEIBERG, ASTRI WELHAVEN 

26. Portrait of a Girl. 

27. Landscape. 

HEIBERG, JEAN 

28. Boxers. 

29. Calla Lilies and Tiger Lilies. 

30. Bathing Boys. 

31. Landscape. 

32. Nude. 

HENNIG, OTTO 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. /. E., 1913. 

33. Valley in the Mountains. 

34. Storm. 



HOLBO, KRISTEN 

Honorable Mention: P. P. /. E., 1915. 

35. Al Fresco Luncheon. 

36. Summer Evening in Vaage. 

37. Mountain Dairy Pasture: Norway. 

HOLMBOE, THOROLF 

38. In the Garden. 

39. Winter Road. 

40. Garden in Winter. 

41. Winter. 

42. Owl. 

43. Autumn. 

44. Twilight. 

JACOBSEN, AUGUST 

Honorable Mention: P. P. /. E., 1915. 

45. Berry Tree. 



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JOHANSEN, OTTO 

46. In the Garden. 

47. Cagne: France. 

48. In the Romsdal : Norway. 

JORDE, LARS 

Aivarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1913. 

49. Midsummer. 

50. Noon Sun: Sjodalen. 

51. Morning Sun on Winter Cliffs. 

KAVLI, ARNE 

52. Landscape. 

53. Summer. 

54. In the Harbor. 

Lent by August Mohr, Esq. 

55. Nude. 

From the Shuiz Collection. 

56. Garden. 

57. Summer Night. 

From the Shulz Collection. 

58. The Tree. 

59. The Red Tablecloth. 

KIELLAND, MANNE 

60. Lbnstrup: Denmark. 

KOLSTO, FREDRIK 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 
6\. Clear Winter Day. 

62. Winter Day on the Coast. 

KRAG, LUL 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E.. igij. 

63. Portrait of Mrs. K. 

KROHG. CHRISTIAN 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., igi^. 

64. At the Table. 

65. Buttoning the Shoes. 

From the Shulz Collection. 

66. Portrait. 

67. The Struggle for Life. 

68. Norwegian Pilot. 

69. Old Italian Woman. 

70. The Child. 
7L Sleeping. 

LAURENG, THEODOR 

72. Portrait of a Boy. 

Lent by Henrik Lund, Esq. 
LUND, HENRIK 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

73. Portrait: The Norwegian Author, 

Hans Jaeger. 

74. A Question. 

From the Shulz Collection. 

75. The Dramatist, Gunnar Heiberg, and 

Friends in the Garden. 

76. Portrait of Mrs. M. 

77. On the Doorsteps. 

78. The Kitchen Wall. 

79. The Actress, Mme. Wettergren. 
MUNCH, EDVARD 

80. Morning Toilet. 



81. Portrait: The Author, Jappe Nilssen. 
S3. Landscape: Middle Europe. 

83. Winter Landscape. 

84. Portrait of the Painter, S. 

85. Winter Landscape on the Coast. 

86. Summer Night in Aasgaardstrand. 

From the Shulz Collection. 

87. The Sun: Study for Decoration in 

Christiania University. 

88. Morning. 

From the Schulz Collection. 
MULLER, JOHANNES 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1913. 

89. Norwegian Mountain Stream. 
89A. Evening. 

ONSAGER, SOREN 

90. Before the Mirror. 

From the Shulz Collection. 

91. Sleeping Children. 

From the Shulz. Collection. 
REVOLD, AXEL 

92. Shipyard. 

93. Two Girls. 

94. Italian Girl. 

95. Winter Landscape. 
ROM, HENRIK 

96. Stormy Day in Fishing Village. 

97. Summer Night. 

98. Portrait of a Lady. 
SALICATH, ORNULF 

99. Young Girl. 

100. My Wife. 
SANN, JACOB 

101. Fisherman's Garden. 

102. Fisherman's Cottage. 

103. Summer Evening in Sandefjord. 
SCHONHEYDER, ANNA 

104. Vaage Church: Norway. 
SALVESEN, VALBORG SCHWARTZ 

105. Interior. 
SINDING, SIGMUND 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 19 13. 

106. Autumn. 

107. Autumn in Norway. 

108. In the Harbor. 

109. Twixt Winter and Spring. 

110. Country Road. 
SMITH-KIELLAND, PER 

111. Winter. 

SOHLBERG, HARALD 

Awarded Medal of Honor: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

112. Oak Tree: Evening Light. 

Lent by Rasmus Meyer, Esq. 

113. Midsummer Night. 

Lent by Dr. Midelfart. 

114. Spring Evening: Akershus, Chris- 

tiania. 

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liy llrnnk I.unJ 



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SOHLBERG, HARAI.n (Continued) 
lis. Winter Night in Mountains. 
Lent by J. B. Stang, Esq. 

116. Fruitful Acres. 

Lent by Consul Harald Pettersen. 

117. Fisherman's Cottage. 

Lent by Byron Smith, Esq. 

118. From Sagene, Christiania. 

119. Afternoon Sun. 
SOMME, JACOB 

120. Evening Sun. 

121. Interior. 
STROM, HALFDAN 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. F... i()l=i. 

122. Figure Study. 

123. Effect of Sunlight. 

124. In the .Meadow. 

125. Self Portrait. 

126. Portrait of a Lady. 

127. In the Sun. 
SORENSEN, HENRIK 

128. The Waiter. 

Lent bv -August Mohr, Esq. 

129. Afraid. 

130. Friends. 
SVARSTAD, A. C. 

131. Portrait. 

132. Old House: Christiania. 

133. Terrace in Rome. 

134. Dedication of the People's House: 

Christiania. 

135. Anarchists' Meeting in London. 
STADSKLEIV, THORLEIV 

136. Overcast Day in the Mountains. 
TANNES, MARIE 

A'Korded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., /y;.,". 

137. March. 

138. On the Outskirt of a Town. 
THAULOW, FRITS 

139. Pumpkin Field: Pennsylvania. 

140. Town (iate: Cordova, Spain. 

141. In Skagen, Denmark. 

142. Watermill. 

143. Square in Beaulieu, France. 

144. River in Brittany, France. 

145. Fishermen's Bridge. 

146. Park Bench in Winter. 

147. Landscape: Ciravelines, France. 

148. Watering the Horses: Normandy. 

149. Smoking Chimneys: St. Denis, France. 

150. Boulevard de la Madeleine: Paris. 

151. The Mesna River: Norway. 

152. Church Interior: Burgos, Spain. 

153. Surf: Dieppe, France. 

154. Apple Barges on the Seine. 
THORBJORNSEN, SIMON 

llonnrahlr Mention: P. P. I. E., IQIS. 

155. Autumn Evening. 

156. Still Life. 



rUNOLD, BERNT 
Honorable Mention: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

157. Tranquillity. 

Lent by Direktor Kjell Koren. 

VALSTAD, OTTO 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., ig'S- 

158. Norwegian Winter. 

159. Digitalis. 

160. A Corner of My Studio. 

161. Near the Christianiafjord. 

162. The Antique Mirror. 

163. Spring. 
WETLESEN, WILHELM 

Aiuarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I- E., 19 '5- 

164. Landscape from Fredrikstad, Norway. 

165. Horses in Snow. 
WERENSKIOLD, DAGFIN 

166. Hawk and Turkeys. 

167. Crows and Their Young. 

GR.^PHIC SECTION 

Etchings, Lithographs, Woodcuts, Drawings 

and Water Colors. 
ERIKSEN, KRISTOFER 

Aivarded Siher Medal: P. P- I- E.. JP'.i- 

168. The Rider (after Rembrandt s paint- 

ing in the Museum of Copenhagen). 

169. Jewish Boy. 

GAUGUIN, POLA 

Aivardcd Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915- 

170. Winter in the City. 

171. Decorative Figure. 

172. Side Street in the City. 

173. Woman's Head. 

174. Woman Dressing. 

175. Reclining Figure. 

176. Still Life. 

177. Bathing Figures. 

178. Female Nude. 

179. Woman Arranging Hair. 

HAMMARBAECK, A. 

Awarded Siher Medal: P. P. I- E., I9'5- 

180. A Little Girl. 

181. Sketch. 

182. Little Boy. 

183. Profile. 

HOLM, HANS . , , d-k • 

184. The Burial of Christ (after Ribera s 

painting in Louvre) (L). 

185. From Mesna River (L in colors ot 

painting bv Thaulow). 

186. From Amiens (L in colors of paint- 

ing by Thaulow). 

KAVLI, ARNE 

187. Interior of a Music Box. 

188. Singer in Tights. 

189. Sketch. 

190. Woman's Head. 

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KAVLI, ARNE (Continued) 

192. Female Figure. 

193. Singer. 

194. A Little Child. 

195. Singing Negro. 

196. Two Gentlemen in Paris. 

197. The Author, VVildenway. 

198. Songstress. 

199. Songstress Resting. 

KIELLAND, MANNA 

200. Wolves and Eagles Fighting (etching 

of painting by Jan Fyt). 

201. Interior of Stange Church (etching of 

painting by Harriet Backer). 

LANGE, OLAF 

Aiuarded Medal of Honor: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

202. Seaweed (L in colors). 

204. Woman Crucified to a Butterfly (L in 

colors). 

205. Martyr (L in colors). 

206. Two Figures (Mezzotint from Velas- 

quez). 

207. Salambo. 

MUNCH, EDVARD 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

208. Death Scene (L). 

209. Adieus (L). 

210. Henrilc Ibsen in Grand Cafe (L). 

211. The Sea of Love (L). 

212. Woman with Loose Hair (L). 

213. Helge Rode (E). 

214. Man Praving (woodcut in 2 colors). 

215. Young Girl (E). 

216. Amorous Woman (L in 4 colors). 

217. By the Seashore (W in 4 colors). 

218. Two People (W in 3 colors). 

219. The Liberation (L in Blue). 

220. Woman with Red Hair (L in 3 colors). 

221. The Beggar (E on zinc). 

222. Moonlight: Woman Outside the 

House (W in 4 colors). 

223. Self Portrait (L). 

224. The Dead Mother (E). 

225. Lubeck (E). 

226. Study (E). 

227. August Strindberg (L). 

228. Jealousy (L in black). 

229. Vampire (W in 4 colors). 

230. Eva Mudocci and Bella Edwards (L). 

231. Self Portrait: No. 2 (L). 

232. Oak Tree (E on zinc). 

233. The Kiss (E). 

234. Sick Girl (E). 

235. The Sick Child (E). 

236. Italian Woman (E). 

237. Woman in Summer Night (E). 

238. Moonlight (E). 

239. Landgerichtsdirektor S. (E). 

240. Sigbjorn Obstfelder (E). 



241. Bathing Woman (E). 

242. Henrv van de Velde (L). 

243. Thv.S. (L). 

244. Nude (L). 

245. Leopard (L). 

246. A Young Lady (E). 

247. Workmen (L). 

248. Thv. S. II (L). 

249. Museum Director, Jens Thiis (L). 

250. Panic (W). 

251. Woman with Large Hat (L). 

252. Workmen (W). 

253. The Seducer (L). 

254. Madam G. (L in red). 

255. Young Ladv (L). 

256. Two Old People (L). 

257. Two Apes with Their Young (L). 

258. Polar Bear (L). 

259. Eagle's Head (L). 

260. Tiger (L). 

261. Boy, Girl and Horse (L). 

262. Five Apes and an Ape's Head (LI. 

263. Two Eagle Heads (L). 

264. Eight Apes (L). 

NORDHAGEN, JOHAN 

265. Falls in Telemarken (E of painting 

by August Cappelen). 

266. Claudius Civilis' Conspiracy Against 

the Romans (from Rembrandt's 
painting). 

267. Christ at Emmaus (from Rembrandt's 

painting). 

268. Birch Tree in Storm (from painting 

bv Prof. J. C. Dahl). 

269. Prof. Hans Gude: Portrait (E). 

270. Arne Garborg (E). 

271. Calf (E). 

PETERSSEN, REIDAR 

Aivarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

272. The Slaughter of the Innocents (from 

Valerio Castelli's painting in Na- 
tional Museum, Christiania). 

273. Head: Studv (E). 

274. Self Portrait (E). 

275. Head (E). 

SOHLBERG, HARALD 

275A. The Cripple. 
275B. Moonlight. 
275C. Midnight. 
275D. Fisherman's Hut. 

THAULOW, FRITS 

276. Pont de Amiens (E in colors). 

277. Pont de Verone (E in colors). 

278. Laveuses de Quimperle (E in colors). 

279. Soir (E in colors). 

280. Escalier de Marbre (E in colors). 

281. Degel (E in colors). 

282. Porte de Marbre (E in colors). 



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SCULPTURES AND MEDALHONS 

ST. LERCHE, HANS 

Awarded Silver Medal (for Sculpture): 

P. P. I. £., 1915. 
Honorable Mention (for Medals): P. P. 

I. E., 1(^1^. 

283. Pope Leo XIII. 

284. Max Liebermann. 

285. Child. 

286. Young Roman. 

287. Infant Child. 

288. Three Monkeys. 

289. Bacchanal. 

290. Siren. 

291. Roman Carnival. 

292. Crayfish. 

293. Young Man. 

294. Ibsen. 

295. Nude. 

296. Bust of Young Roman. 

297. The Poet and the Sphinx. 

298. Woman and the Sea Bear. 

299. Wild Boar. 

300. Venus. 

301. Siren. 

302. Spectre. 

303. Nude. 

304. Pope Pius X. 

305. Pope Leo XIII. 



306. Bjornstjerne Bjornson. 

307. Fishes. 

308. Fishes. 

309. The Tiber. 

310. Anti-Darwinist Illusions. 

311. The Marquise Casati in Fete Costume. 

312. Sea Motive. 

313. Typical Roman Child. 

314. Statuette: Pope Pius X. 

315. Pope Pius X (A). 

316. Pope Leo XIII (B). 

317. Young Silenus. 

318. Bust of a Young Roman. 

319. Woman (glass). 

320. Woman and Sea Bear. 

321. Idyl. 

322. Boy (terra cotta). 

323. Child (terra cotta). 

324. Pope Benedict XV (terra cotta). 

325. Statuette (terra cotta). 

326. Pope Pius X (terra cotta). 

327. Candida (terra cottd). 

328. Up Against It (terra cotta). 

329. Bust of a Boy (terra cotta). 

330. Schopenhauer: Head (terra cotta). 

331. Head of a Child (terra cotta). 

332. Old Silenus (terra cotta). 
VIK, INGEBRIGT 

Jivarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., /p/5. 

333. Young Girl (bronze). 



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BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX OF AMERICAN ARTISTS 



ABBREVIATIONS 



Am. Acad. A. L American Academy of Arts and Letters. 

AC. Phila Art Club of Philadelphia. 

A. Fed. A American Federation of Arts, Washington. 

AI.^ American Institute of Architects. 

AIC Art 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. 

.^SL of N. Y Art Students' League of New York. 

.'VWCS American Water Color Society, New York. 

Boston WCC Boston Water Color Club. 

Boston SWCP Boston Society of Water Color Painters. 

C. I. Pittsburgh Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh. 

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. 

Corcoran AG Corcoran Art Gallery, Washington, D. C. 

Inter. Soc. A. L International Society of Arts and Letters; (also given as Soc. Inter, des 

Beaux-Arts et des Lettres). 

Int. Soc. S. P. G International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers, London. 

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). 

NAD National Academy of Design, New York (used chiefly for school). 

NSC National Society of Craftsmen, New York. 

NSS National Sculpture Society, New York. 

N. Y. Arch. Lg Architectural 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. 

Pastelists Society of Pastelists, New York. 

Phila. WCC Philadelphia Water Color Club. 

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. 

Ten Am. P Ten American Painters. 

Wash. WCC Washington (D. C.) Water Color Club. 



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BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX: PAINTERS 
AND ILLUSTRATORS 

ABBEY, EDWIN A. 

Born Philadelphia, 1852. Studied: P. A. F. A. Honors: First-class gold medal, Inter- 
national Art Exhibition, Vienna, iSiiS; gold medal of honor, P. A. F. A., iSgS; gold 
medal, Paris Exposition, iSSg and 1900; gold medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 
1901; small gold medal, Berlin Exposition, li)o^. Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
France. Member: Royal Academy of Arts, London; A. R. IV. S., London; tV. .«/., igo2; 
Mural P.; A. IV. C. S.; A. /. A. (hon.) ; Parts, S. A. P.; Royal Bavarian Academy 
(/ion.); Assoc. Sac. Nat. des Beaux Arts, Paris; London S. /. (hon.); Phila. IV. C. C. 
(lion.); Nat. Inst. A. L. 

2639. Spring. 2650. Parson Dunkhardt. 

Lent by Thomas L. Manson, Esq. 2651. Drawing No. 2. 

2640. Pavane. Lent by Mrs. Payne Wliitney. 

Lent by Mrs. Whitelaw Reid. 2652. St. Agnes' Eve. 

2641. Gold Net. 2653. Tlie Penance of Eleanor. 

Lent by Frederick Mead, Esq. Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 

2642. Drawing No. 5. 2655. The Bird to Others Flew: A Love Song. 

Lent by Mrs. Payne Whitney. Lent by Mrs. H. O. Havemever. 

2643. The Wind. 2656. Quince with His Own Hand. 

Lent by Samuel T. Peters, Esq. Lent by Mrs. H. O. Havemeyer. 

2644. The Lesson. 2657. The Quiet Life: Illustration for the 

Lent by Andrew Carnegie, Esq. Vicar. 

2645. Three Queens. Lent by Mrs. Howard Mansfield. 

Lent by Frederick Mead, Esq. 2658. Sally in Our Alley. 

2646. The Widow. Lent by Mrs. H. O. Havemeyer. 

Lent by Mrs. Edwin A. Abbey. 2659. The Toast. 

2647. Drawing No. 3. Lent by Thomas L. Manson, Esq. 

Lent by Mrs. Payne Whitney. 2660. Sally in our Alley. 

2648. In the Library. Lent by Thomas L. Manson, Esq. 

Lent by Mrs. H. O. Havemeyer. 2661. Drawing No. 1. 

2649. Drawing No. 4. Lent by Mrs. Payne Whitney. 

Lent by Mrs. Payne Whitney. 

ACKERMAN. OLGA M. 

Born San Francisco. 
34S6. .At a Concert. 

ADAMS, JOHN OTTIS 

Born Amity, hid., iSjI. Studied ivith John Parker in London; Benczur and Loefftz in 
Munich. Member: S. IV. A.; Indianapolis .Irt. Assoc, (hon.). Honors: Bronze medal, 
St. Louis Exposition, IQ04; Fine Arts Bldg. prize, Chicago, 190/; honorable mention, 
Buenos Aires Exposition, 1910. 

2335. Winter Morning. 3469. A Bit of the Whitewater. 

Lent by the Muncie Art Association. 

ADAMS, PHILIP 

Born Honolulu, Haiiaii, iSSi. Studied: A. S. L., Neiu York; Museum Art School, 
Boston. 
4450. The Sailor. 

ADDAMS. CLIFFORD 

Born Philadelphia, iS~6. Studied ivith Henry Wood, Drexel Institute; Composition under 
Thomas P. Anshutz and Henry V. Thouron and the P. A. F. A.; .Icademie Carmen, 
under IVhistler. Honors: Traveling scholarship, P. A. F. A., 1899. 

2300. Sadness. 2301. The Lady of the Five Marks. 



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ADDAMS, INEZ 

Studied ivit/i H'/ilstler in Paris. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2261. Portrait Study. 2277. The Death of Lucrece. 

2270. Daphne. 

AHRENS, ELLEN WETHERALD 

Born Baltimore, iSjij. Studied: Boston Museum School under Grundmann; P. A. F. A., 
under Enkins; Drexel Inst, under Pyle. Member: P/iila. IV. C. C; P. A. S. Min. P.; 
A. S. Min. P. Honors: Silver medal and prize, C. I., igoi ; bronze medals for oil paint- 
ing and miniatures, St. Louis Exposition, 1904. 

1834. Miss G. C. 1837. Little Bert. 

1836. A Brown Study. 

AIKEN. CHARLES A. 

Born Worcester, Mass., iS/2. Studied: Boston Museum School. 
1029. Portrait. 

ALBERT, ERNEST 

Born Brooklyn, A'. Y., 18S7. Studied: Brooklyn Academy of Design. 

2291. Ten Above Zero. 

ALBRIGHT, ADAM EMORY 

Born Monroe, Wis., lS62. Studied: A. I. C; P. A. F. A.; Munich and Paris. Member: 
Chicago S. A.; S. it'. A.; Chicago A. D.; A. I. C. Honors: Grower prize, A. I. C, 1907; 
Cahn prize, A. 1. C, igo8. 

2345. The Hill Road. 

ALEXANDER, JOHN W. 

Born Pittsburgh, Pa., 18^6; died, 191 5. Studied in Munich, Venice and Florence. Mem- 
ber: A. A'. A.. Jijoi; N. A., 1902 (president since 190Q) ; N. Y. .Irch. Lg., 1901; Mural P. 
(vice-president); Nat. Int., A. L. (president); Am. Acad. A. L.; Port. P.; School A. Lg. 
(president) ; S. I. (hon.) ; .4. I. A. (hon.); .•/. Fed. -•/. (vice-president and director); 
Sociele de Peintres et Sculpteurs, Paris; Soc. Nationale des Beaux-.Irts, Paris; Int. Soc. 
of Sc. Pt. and Gravers (hon.), London; R. S. British .Artists (hon.); Munich Secession; 
I'ienna Secession. Trustee .Im. Fine Arts Soc, A'. Y. Public Library and Metropolitan 
Museum of Art. Honors: Bronze medal, Munich .lead., iSSo; Temple gold medal, P. A. 
F. A., 1897 ; Lippincott prize, P. A. F. A., 1899; gold medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; gold 
medal, Pan-.-I merican Exposition. Buffalo, igol ; Carnegie prize, S. A. A., 1901 ; first 
Corcoran prize, S. Wash. A., 1903; gold medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; Chevalier 
Legion of Honor, 1901; first-class medal, C. I., Pittsburgh, 1911. 
Medal of honor, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
3314. Phyllis. 

Lent by the City Art Museum: St. 
Louis. 

ALLEN, CHARLES CURTIS 

Born Leominster. Mass., 1S86. Studied: Worcester Art Museum School, Philip Hale. 
3610. Mountain and Cloud. 

ALLEN, MARION BOYD 

Born Boston. Studied u-ith Tarbell and Benson. 
3490. Enameling. 

ALLIS, C. HARRY 

Born Dayton, Ohio, 1S77. Studied: Detroit School of Art; Munich and Paris. Member: 
S. A. A.; Munich, Germany; S. W. A.; Imperial Arts League, London, England. 
2628. Evening: Montreiiil. 

ALLSTON, WASHINGTON 

Born in Waccamav^-. S. C, 1779; died in Cambridge, Mass., 184s. Graduated from 
Harvard, 1800. Went to England, 1801, and studied at Royal Academy. Afterwards 



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PAINTERS AND ILLUSTRATORS 

ALLSTON, WASHINGTON (Continued) 

lisileJ Rome, ixhetue he returned to America in iSog. Subsequently lived in En);land 

from iSii to iSiS, and finally in Massachusetts. 
2766. Bacchanal. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

AMES. BLANCHE 

Born at Loiuell, Mass., iSyS. Studied: Smith College, Northampton, Mass., under D. ir. 
Try on. 
2111. Pauline. 3364. General Adelbert Ames. 

ANDERSEN. MARTINUS 

Born Peru, Ind., iSyS. Studied: J. Ottis Adams and William Forsyth; John flerron .4rt 
School. Honorable mention, Richmond, Ind., 1913; honorable mention, Richmond, Ind., 
1914. 

3254. The Glittering Pageant. 

ANDERSON. KARL 

Born ().\ior,l, O., 1S-4. Studied:,, .4 . I. C; Colorossi Academy in Paris; Holland, Italy 
and .Madrid. Member: Am. P. S.; S. I. Honors: Silver medal, C. I. Pittsburgh, 1910. 
2222. Fireflies. 

ANSHUTZ. THOMAS P. 

Born Covington, Kentucky, iS^l; died, igiJ. Studied: P. .1. F. A. Member: The Neixi 
York H'ater Color Club; The Philadelphia Water Color Club. Instructor in the Penn- 
sylvania .Icademy of the Fine .Irts. Honors: Silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposi- 
tion, St. Louis, /9i)j; gold medal of honor. The Pennsylvania .Icademy, igog; gold medal. 
International Exposition, Buenos .lires. 

2159. Portrait of a Little Girl. 2499. A Rose. 

Lent by Mrs. John E. D. Trask. Lent by William S. Pardee, Esq. 

2474. The Incense Burner. 

Lent by Dr. Charles \V. Gessler. 

ARCHAMBAULT, A. MARGARETTA 

Born Philadelphia. Studied: P. A. F. A.; Julian .Jcademy in Paris. Member: P. .■/. S. 

Min. P. (sect.): Fellowship, P. A. F. A.; Plastic C. 
1981. Miss Clementine Daleour. 1983. Jacqueline. 

19S2. Miss M. Smith. 19S4. Miss Frances Brock. 

ARTHURS, STANLEY MASSEY 

Born Kenton, Del., iS//. Studied ivith Hoivard Pyle. Member: S. I. 
56. Overland Transportation. 60. The Evening Mail. 

ASHLEY, CLIFFORD WARREN 

Born AVit! Bedford, .\lass., iSXi. Studied liith Howard Pyle. 

2314. Chase of the Bowhead Whale. 

AUSTIN, AMANDA P. 

Studied with E. Renard and Delacluse in Paris. 
1049. Market Scene: Pont L'Abbe: Brittany. 

BACKER, OTTO H. 

Born Cleveland, Ohio, /.S.i6; died Bronxville, IQOQ. Studied with Duveneck, Carolus- 
Duran, Boulanger and Lefebvre. Member: Society of Illustrators, Painters-Etchers of 
London, England; Associate National .Icademy of Design. Honor: Silver medal, St. 
Louis, 1904. 
2619. July. 

BAER, WILLIAM J. 

Born Cincinnati, 1S60. Studied: McMicken School of Design, Cincinnati; Royal Acad- 
emy, Munich. .Member: Am. S. Min. P. (president). Honors: Bronze medal, Paris Ex- 
position, igoo; bronze medal, Pan-.J merican Exposition. Buffalo, igoi ; silver medal, 
Charleston Exposition, igo2. 



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CATALOGUE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 

BAER, WILLIAM J. (Continued) 

Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, l')!^. 

1935. Young Diana. 1941. Nymph and Cupid. 

1937. Doris. 1942. The Apple. 

1938. Friends. 1943. Betty. 

1939. Mrs. E. R. Hewitt. 1944. Laodicea. 

1940. Primavera. 

BAINS, ETHEL FRANKLIN BETTS 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
52. Cinderella. 76. The Story of Hansel and Gretel. 

70. The Story of the Six Swans. 88. Snow White and Rose Red. 

75. The Frog Prince. 89. Rumpelstiltskin. 

BAKER, WILLIAM BLISS 

Born AVw York, iSS9- Died, 1S87. Landscape painter, pupil of Bierstadt, M. F. H. de 
Haas and the National Academy. 
2536. Landscape: Grez. 

Lent by H. C. Henry, Esq. 

BAKER, GEORGE A. 

Born in Neiu York, 1S21; died there, 1S80. Studied at the schools of the Academy and in 
Europe from 1S44 to 1846; N. A., 1851. 
2757. Portrait of Charles L. Elliott. 

Lent by the National Academy of 
Design. 

BAKER, SAMUEL BURTIS 

Born Boston, Mass., iSSj. Studied ivith Ernest L. Major, Joseph de Camp and Edicard 
H. Barnard. 

22S7. Portrait of Miss Marion Howard. 

BALANO, PAULA HIMMELSBACH 

Born Leipzig, Germany, iSy^. Studied: P. A. F. .■?., Paris. 
4343. Parthenon: Moonlight. 

BALL, ROBERT E., JR. 

Born Kansas City, Mo., iSgo. Studied: Richard E. Miller. Paris, lQls-14. 
4110. Moonlight: Gothic Arch at St. Jean: 4136. The Palms. 
Brittany. 

BALLIN, HUGO 

Born S'eiv York, 1S79. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y.; in Rome and Florence. Member: 

A. N. A., 1906; N. Y. Arch Lg.; A. fF. C. S.; Nat. Inst. A. D.. Honors: Shaiv purchase. 

S. A. A., 1905; President's prize, N. Y. Arch. Lg., igo6; Clark prize, N. A. D., igo6; 

second Hallgarten prize, N. A. D., 1907; Isidor medal, N. A. D., 1907; N. Y. Arch. Lg., 

1908; bronze medal, Buenos Aires Exposition, 1910. 
3175. Sorrow. 

BARLOW, MYRON 

Born Ionia, Mich., iS/S- Studied: A. I. C, Gerome and Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. 

Honors: Gold medal, St Louis Exposition, 1904. 

Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 19I}. 
4427. Flowers. 4435. Fish Sellers. 

4431. Apples. 

BARNARD, EDWARD H. 

2572. The Young Oaks: Early August. 
Lent by the St. Botolph Club. 

BARNES, GERTRUDE J. 

Born Tyngsboro, Mass., 186^. Studied: Minneapolis School of Fine .4rts under Doug- 
las Folk; Coiules Art School in Boston under Dennis M. Bunker; Snell and Lathrop in 



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BARNES, GERTRUDE J. rContinucd) 

New York; C. H. Woodbury. Honors: First prize for landscape, Minnesota State Art. 

Soc, 1904; honorable mention, Minnesota State Art Sac, 1908, 1910 and 1914. 
1287. Girl with Persian Cat. 

BARNETT, TOM P. 

Born St. Louis, iSyo. Studied luith Paul Cornoyer. Honors: Halsey C. Ives first landscape 
prize, St. Louis, 1914; bronze medal, Portland Exposition. 
3297. Winter. 

Lent by the Citj" Art Museum: St. 
Louis. 

BARTLETT, FREDERIC CLAY 

Born Chicago, iS/S- Studied ivilh Gysis in Munich; Collin, Aman-Jean and JVhistler in 
Paris. .Member: Chicago S. .1.; S. IV. A.; Mural P.; Royal Academy, Munich. Hon- 
ors: Silver medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; honorable mention, C. /. Pittsburgh, 190S; 
Cahn prize, A. /. C, igio. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2181. Spring Recess. 3428. Our Country Dining Room. 

BAXTER. MARTHA WHEELER 

Born Castleton, It., lS6g. Studied: P. A. F. A.; A. S. L. of N. Y., under Moi^bray, Cox, 
Beckv-ith and F. V. Du Mond. Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Exposition, 1900. 

1802. Boy Driving. 1806. My Mother. 

1803. Portrait of Miss T. 1807. The Peacock Fan. 
1805. Theodore. 

BEAL, GIFFORD 

Born in New York, iSyg. Member: A. N. A., J908; A. IF. C. S. Honors: Third prize 
H'orcester, Mass., 190^: bronze medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; Shaiv Fund, 
Salma C, 1909; first Hatlgartrn prize, N. A. D., 1910; honorable mention, Art Institute 
of Chicago, 191S; silver medal. National Arts Club, 1913; Thomas B. Clarke prize, Na- 
tional .4cademy of Design, 70/,?; medal of the third class, Carnegie Institute, 1913. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191$. 

3540. Summer Landscape. 3542. Old Town Terrace. 

3541. The Gossips. 3546. The End of the Street. 

BEAL, REYNOLDS 

Born AVtl- York, iS6y. Studied uilh Chase. Member: N. Y. W. C. C; A. N. A., 1909; 
A. If. C. S. Honors: Jurley IV. C. prize, Salma. C, 1902. 
3543. Orr's Mills. 3547. Lawrenceville Lock. 

BEARD. WILLIAM H. 

Born Painsville, 0., iS.'i. Began as a portrait painter, but soon turned to 'works of 
imagination, and rose to high honors. One of the earliest associates of the National 
.Academy of Design. He died in 1900. 

2735. Having Taken Possession. 

Lent by Fred E. Sander, Esq. 

BEATTY, JOHN W. 

Born Pittsburgh, Pa., iS,^r. Studied: Royal Bavarian Academy, Munich. Member: 
Royal Society of Arts, London, England; of the Jury for New York and Pennsylvania, 
IVorld's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, iSgs; of the National Advisory Board, Paris 
Exposition, 1900; of the Fine Arts Committee, Pan-American Exposition. Buffalo, 1901; 
of the National Advisory Committee, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, 1904; 
honorary degree, Master of Arts, Western University of Pennsylvania, 1900. Director 
of the Department of Fine Arts, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh. 

Member of tite International Jury of Awards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 
San Francisco, 191 5. 
S312. Plymouth Hills. 3313. Plymouth Sand Dunes. 

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BEAUMONT, LILIAN ADELE 

Born Jamaica Plain, Mass., iSSo. Studied: School of Boston Museum, under Benson, 
Tarbell and Philip Hale. 
2141. The Satin Gown. 

BEAUX, CECILIA 

Born Philadelphia, Pa. Studied: IVilliam Sartain in Philadelphia; Julian and Lazar 
Schools in Parts. Member: S. A. A., 1893; A. N. A., 1S94; N. A., 1902; Port. P.; Sac. 
des Beaux-Arts, Paris; Phila. IV. C. C. Honors: Mary Smith prize, P. A. F. A., iSSj, 
1887, 1S91 and l8gs; gold medal, A. C. Phila., 1893; Dodge prize, N. A. D., 1893; bronze 
medal, C. I. Pittsburgh, 1S96; first-class gold medal ($1500); C. I. Pittsburgh, 1899; 
Temple gold medal, P. .4. F. A., /poo; gold medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; gold medal, 
Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; first Corcoran prize, S. IVash. A., 1902; gold 
medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; Degree of Doctor of Laws, University of Pennsylvania, 
1908; Degree of Master of Arts, Yale University, 1912; Saltus Medal for Merit, National 
Academy of Design, 1914. 
Medal of honor, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3033. Dorothea and Francesca. 3038. Portrait. 

3034. Ernesta. 3039. Sita and Sarita. 

3035. The Dreamer. 3040. Portrait Study. 

3036. Study in Whites. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 

BECKER, EULABEE DIX 

Born Greenfield, HI., 1S79. Studied: Si. Louis Art School; Neiv York .4rt League; tu'/A 
Wm. J. fVhittemore. 

1973. Philip Dix Becker. 1976. Portrait of Esther Hoyt. 

1974. Mrs. John Graves. 

BECKER, MAURICE 

Born Nijni Novogord, Russia, 1889. Studied iiith Robt. Henri. 
4301. The Older Generation. 4322. The Boy and the Man. 

BECKINGTON, ALICE 

Born St. Charles, Mo., 1868. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y., under Beckiuith; Constant, Le- 
febvre and Lazar in Paris. Member: Am. S. Min. P.; Pa. Soc. Min. P. Honors: Hon- 
orable mention, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; bronze medal, St. Louis Exposi- 
tion, 1904. 

1965. Study in Blues and Greens. 1968. Study of a Head in Shadow. 

1966. Portrait of Mr. Lewis. 1969. Helen. 

1967. The Morning Paper. 

BECKWITH, J. CARROLL 

Born Hannibal, Mo., 1852. Studied: Carolus-Duran and Ecole des Beaux-Arts. Mem- 
ber: A. N. A., 1SS6; N. A., 1894; S. A. A., 1881; A. W. C. S.; Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: 
Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1887; bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 1889; gold medal, 
Atlanta Exposition, 189^; bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; gold medal, Charleston 
Exposition, 1902; silver medal. Universal Exposition, St. Louis, 1904. 
2598. Portrait of George Coleman, Esq. 

BEEK, ALICE D. ENGLEY 

Born Providence, R. I., 1S76. Studied: Wheeler Art School, Providence, R. I.; six years 
in Paris. Academies Julian, Colorossi, Delacluse and l.asar. 
4348. Portrait Study. 

BELCHER, HILDA 

Born Pittsford, Vt., 1881. Studied lath Henri and Kenneth Hayes Miller in New York. 
Member: A. /F. C. S.; N. Y. jr. C. C. Honors: First prize, Strathmore IValer Color 
Contest, J908; Beat prize, N. Y. IV. C. C, 1909. 
1050. The Little Boston Girl. 1052. Day-dreamer. 



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BELL, CLARA LOUISE 

Born Neziton Falls, Ohio, 1886. Studied: Cleveland School of Art; A. S. L., New York. 
1859. Little Girl with the Curls. 1S63. Elizabeth. 

BELLOWS, GEORGE H. 

Born Columbus, Ohio, iSSs. Studied luilh Henri and Hayes-Miller in Neiu York. Mem- 
ber: A. N. A., K^oS; Am. P. S. Honors: Hallgarlen prize, N. A. D., igo8. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 19IS. 

4439. Polo Crowd. 4442. Portrait of a Young Lady. 

4441. River Front. 4455. Excavation at Night. 

BENDA, WLADYSLAW T. 

Member: S. 1. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igiS- 
23. Laila. 62. Amazons: II. 

61. Amazons. 

BERLIN, HARRY 

Born New York City, 1886. Studied: N. A. D. Member: Union International des Beaux- 
Arts et des Lettres. 

2569. Motherhood. 4409. Vermont Hills. 

BERNEKER, LOUIS F. 

Born Clinton, Mo. Studied: St. Louis School of Fine Arts; Laurens .4cademy in Paris. 
2623. Coral and Blue. 

BERNINGHAUS, OSCAR E. 

Born St. Louis, 1S74. Studied: St. Louis School of Fine Arts. Member: S. W. A. (secre- 
tary). Honor: Dolph prize, St. Louis, 1907. 

260S. A Southwestern Pueblo. 

BERNSTEIN, THERESA F. 
2982. Open Air Show. 

BETTS, ANNA WHELAN 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
25. The Trundle Bed. 1074. Coral Beads. 

66. A Winter Day. 1082. The Promenade. 

71. The Dancing Class. 1088. Preparations for Bed. 

949. At the Window. 1095. The Candle. 

BETTS, LOUIS 

Born Little Rock, .Irkansas, iSys- Studied: <wilh his father, E. D. Belts, Sr. Member: 
A. N. A., igi2; Port. P. Honors: Cresson scholarship, P. A. F. A., 1903; Whiting prize 
in London for best portrait; honorable mention, C. I. Pittsburgh, IQIO. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3170. Lady in White. 

BIERSTADT, ALBERT 

Born Dusseldorf, iSso; died, Neiv York, igo2. Landscape painter. Brought to America 
at an early age. Returned to husseldorf in 18 S3, and entered the .Icademy, afteriuards 
studying in Rome and Germany. Elected N. A., 1S60; Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
France, 1H67. Medals: Austria, Germany, Bavaria, and Belgium. 
2690. Mount Hood. 2707. Grand Lake: Colorado. 

Lent by Mrs. John P. Jones. Lent by Miss Marion T. Meagher. 

BISSELL, HELEN RATHBURN 

Born Pclaluma, Cat. Studied ivith Edgar J. Bissell. Honors: First prize. Woman's .Irt 
League, j(joS; St. Louis second prize, awarded by Art Section of Missouri Federated 
Clubs, 1909; honorable mention, Missouri State Fair, 1913. 

4405. Old Melodies. 4459. A German Interior. 



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BITTINGER, CHARLES 

Born If'ashington, D. C, 1S79. Studied: Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Delacluse and Colorossi 
Academies in Paris. Member: A. N. A., igi2. Honors: Bronze medal, St. Louis Exposi- 
tion, igo-t; second Hallgarten prize, N. A. D., iQog; Clark prize, N. A. D., igi2. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2311. The Library of the Prince: Versailles. 3418. Isabel. 

2353. After Supper. 3421. Vanity. 

BIXBEE, WILLIAM J. 

Born Manchester, N. H., 1S30. Studied: Loiuell Inst., under Tommaso Juglaris; S. P. 
Rolt Triscott and Marcus Waterman in Boston. 
4117. Winter. 

BLACKBURN, JONATHAN B. 

Born Connecticut about i/OO. It is known that he luas painting portraits in Boston from 
I7i0 to 176s, after which date there is no information about him. It is supposed that 
he left Boston because he felt that he was being superseded by Copley, who is said to 
have been his pupil. A description of fifty-three portraits attributed to Blackburn is given 
in the Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society for 187S and 1S7Q. 

2915. Portrait of Mrs. Elizabeth Carter Willis. 2921. Portrait of Mrs. Kennon. 

Lent by Mrs. R. H. Patchin. Lent by Mrs. R. H. Patchin. 

BLAKELOCK, RALPH ALBERT 

Born New York, 1847. Self-taught. Honorable mention, Paris Exposition, 1900. 
2527. Ecstasy. 2535. Sunset. 

Lent by the Hackley Gallery of Lent by Henry Snnith, Esq. 

Fine Arts. 

BLANEY, DWIGHT 

Born Brookline, Mass., 1S65. Member: N. Y. IF. C. C. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
3410. Anemone Cove: Mt. Desert. 3422. Solitude. 

BLISS, ALMA HERSIG 

Studied: New York and Paris. 

1832. An Italian Child. 1833. Study. 

BLUMENSCHEIN, ERNEST L. 

Born Pittsburgh, 1S74. Studied: Cincinnati Art Academy; A. S. L. of N. Y.; Constant, 

Laurens and Collin in Paris. Member: A. N. A., igio. Honors: Beck prize, Phila. IV. C. 

C, igog; Isidor portrait prize, Salma. C, igio and igil. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igij. 
2323. The Peacemaker. 4243. Love of Life No. II. 

2328. Wise-Man: Warrior: Youth. 4303. Love of Life No. I. 

BLUMENSCHEIN, MARY SHEPARD GREENE 

Born New York. Studied with Adams in iWew York; Collin in Paris. Honors: Third- 
class medal, Paris Salon, igoo; second-class medal, Paris Salon, 1903; silver medal, St. 
Louis Exposition, 1904. 

2332. The Fan. 4313. A Girl. 

4225. V^alentine. 

BODINE, HELEN 

Born Philadelphia, Pa. Studied with Francois Maene in Paris. Honor: Gold medal, 
Milan, igo6. 

1209. Portrait. 1213. Inseparable. 

BOHM, MAX 

Born Cleveland, O., 1S6S. Studied with Laurens, Guillemet and Constant in Paris. 
Honors: Third-class medal, Paris Salon, iSoS ; silver medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; 
bronze medal, Pan-.4merican Exposition, Buffalo, igoi; silver medal, St. Louis Exposi- 
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Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
3512. Portrait Mme. B. 4160. The Promenade. 

3516. The Sea Babies. 

BONSALL, MARY W. 

Born Fernivood, Pa. Studied <wit/i Cecilia Beaux, Robert Vonnoh, IVm. M. Chase. 
17S4. Study of Old Man. 

BOONE, CORA 

Born St. Louis, Mo. Studied: Hopkins Art Institute, San Francisco; Central School 
of .-Irts and Crafts, London. Honorable mention, 1904; Hopkins Art Institute. 

1727. Cinerarias. 4270. A Pot of Flowers. 

4266. Tulips. 

BORG, CARL OSCAR 

Born Grinstad, Siieden, 1S/9. Honors: Honorable mention, Vichy, 1913; silver medal, 

f'ersailles, 1914. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191$. 
2618. Landscape. Lent by Mrs. Phoebe A. Hearst. 

3164. Chateau Gaillard. 3598. Campagna Romana. 

BORIE, ADOLPHE 

Born Philadelphia, 1S77. Studied: P. A. F. A. and Munich Academy. Member: Port. P. 

Honor: Beck gold medal, P. A. F. A., 1910. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191$. 

2293. Spring. 2472. Nude. 

2294. A Woman Pensive. 3174. Lady with Black Scarf. 

BOSLEY, FREDERICK A. 

Born A'eiv Hampshire, 1SS3. Studied: School of Drai^ving and Painting, Museum of Fine 
Arts, Boston, Mass., under Tarbell and Benson. Honors: Paige Travelling Scholarship. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191$. 

2565. The Dreamer. 3447. Girl in Pink Dress. 

2573. Girl Against Chinese Screen. 3786. Interior. 

BOSTON, JOSEPH H. 

Born Bridgeport, Conn. Member: A. N. A., 1901; S. A. A., 1896. Honor: Bronze medal, 

Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. 
2278. Mount Hamlin. 

BOUGHTON, GEORGE HENRY 

Born, England, 1S34; died, London, 190$. His family vuent to Albany, Neiv York, in 
iSj/. First exhibited at the National Academy of Design, New York, in l8_'iS. Made an 
Academician, iS/l. Associate member of the Royal Academy, 1S70, and of the Royal In- 
stitute of Painters in Water-Colors, London, 1887, where he was resident R. A., 1896. 
2971. The Fallen Angel. 

Lent by F. C. Havens, Esq. 

BOURNE, GERTRUDE BEALS 

Born Boston. Pupil of Henry B. Snell and Henry IV. Rice. 
4374. Rear View of Boston State House. 4377. Rhododendrons. 

BOWDOIN, HARRIETTE 

Born Massachusetts. Studied: Henry B. Snell and Elliott Daingerfield in New York; 

Frank Brangwyn in London. 
4093. A Venetian Highway. 4291. A Bit of Sunshine. 

BOWER, ALEXANDER 

Born New York. 187^. Studied: P. A. F. A., under Thomas P. Anshutz. Member: 

Phila. IV. C. C. 

2285. The White Shore. 

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BOYLE, SARAH Y. McFADDEN 

Born Germanto'wn, Pa. Studied: Drexel Institute, Philadelphia. Hoivard Pyle. 

1210. Maid Marian. den. 

1211. Portrait of Dr. William H. McFad- 1214. Peggie. 

BOYNTON, RAY S. 

Born loiua, jSSj. Studied: Chicago Academy of Fine Arts; If'm. P. Henderson; W. J. 
Reynolds. 

1013. Eve. 2330. Vanity. 

1014. A Boy. 2331. Young Diana. 
1021. Venus. 3617. Aphrodite. 
2225. Spokane Valley. 

BRADFORD, WILLIAM 

Born Bedford, Mass., iSsy or jSjo; died i8qi in New York. Marine painter. Exhibited 
at the Royal Academy, London, iS^^. visited polar regions icith the explorer, Dr. Hayes, 
and painted scenes of the Northern ocean. 
2752. Caught in the Ice Floes. 

BRADLEY, SUSAN H. 

Born Boston, 1S51. Studied: Thayer, Edward Boit, Chase, and School of Boston Museum. 
Member: Phila. JV. C. C; N. Y. W. C. C. 
4344. Grand Canyon. 

BRAUN. MAURICE 

Born Nagy Bittse, Hungary, iSyy. Studied with E. M. If'ard, Maynard and Francis C. 

Jones at N. A. D. in Neiu York. 
2190. The Hillside Morning. 3158. Hills and Valley: Southern Califor- 

2564. Sunlit Hills: Southern California. nia. 

BRECKENRIDGE, HUGH H. 

Born Leesburg, Va., 18/O. Studied: P. A. F. A.; Bouguereau, Ferrier and Doucet in Paris. 
Member: N. Y. IV. C. C; Phila. IV. C. C; Secretary of the faculty and instructor in 
P. A. F. A. since 1894.. Honors: First Toppan prize and European scholarship, schools 
of P. A. F. A.; medal, Atlanta Exposition, /5p5; honorable mention, Paris Exposition, 
igoo; bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, igoi; second Corcoran prize, S. 
Wash. A., igos; gold medal, A. C, Phila., igoj ; first prize, Wash. W. C. C, igoS; silver 
medal, Buenos Aires Exposition, igio. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igiS. 

2476. Bowl of Fruit. 2481. Still Life: Blue and Gold. 

2477. Tapestry and Fruit 2482. Corner of the Garden. 

2478. The Open Garden. 2483. Studio Interior: Chinese Jar. 

2479. Studio Interior: The Tapestried Wall. 2484. Italian Pitcher and Fruit. 

2480. White Vase. 2485. The Curio Window. 

BREDIN, R. SLOAN 

Member: Allied Artists of America, Ne<w York; Union International des Beaux-Arts el 
des Lettres, Paris. Honor: Second Hallgarlen prize, National Academy of Design, AVic 
York, igi4. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2454. The Farm. 

BREMER, ANNE M. 

Born San Francisco. Studied: Arthur F. Matheivs at Mark Hopkins Institute of Art, San 

Francisco; Aman-Jean and Alcide Le Beau in Paris. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igig. 
2438. Gladiolus. 4414. Marigold and Primrose. 

3037. Isabella. 4421. The Fur Collar. 

4413. The Village of Good Cheer. 

BREUER, HENRY JOSEPH 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., i860. Began his studies in Buffalo. N. Y. Was a Rockivood pol- 



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BREUER, HENRY JOSEPH (Continued^ 

tery decorator, lil/iograp/ier, designer, mural painter and illustrator. Studied in Paris, 

•where he came under the influence of the Barbizon School. 

Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, I^IS- 

2617. Mount Sir Donald. 2699. The Santa Inez Mountains. 

2625. Mount Assinaboine. 4196. Lake Louise. 

BREYFOGLE, JOHN WINSTANLEY 

Born Louiszille, Ky., 1S74. Studied: P. A. F. A., under Chase and Anshutz. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

831. The Rain. 2445. The Serpent. 

Lent by William H. Fox, Esq. 

BRINLEY, D. PUTNAM 

Born Neiiport, R. I., 1S7Q. Studied: A. S. L. of Nein York; in Florence and Paris. Mem- 
ber: Am. P. S.; Union Internationale des Beaux-Arts et des Lettres. 

3430. Matins. 3431. Noon. 

BROOKE, RICHARD NORRIS 

Born U'arrenton, la., 1847. Studied: P. A. F. A.; Bonnat and Constant in Paris. Honors: 
Parsons prize, S. ll'ash. A., third Corcoran prize, S. IVash. A., 1^04. 
3405. A Stony Outpost. 

BROWN, BENJAMIN CHAMBERS 

Born Marion, Ark., 1863. Studied: St. Louis School of Fine Arts; A. S. L., Neiv York; 

Julian Academy, Paris. Honors: Bronze medal, Portland; silver medal, Seattle. 
2197. Cliffs: Golden Gate. 3493. Over the Roofs: Antwerp. 

BROWN, CHARLOTTE HARDING 

Born Philadelphia, iS/S- Studied: Philadelphia School of Design for Women; P. A . F. 
A.; Howard Pyle at Drexel Institute. Honors: Silver medal, IVoman's Exposition, London, 
1900; silver medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904. 
Silver medal, Panama-Paiific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

53. Hump Yourself. 55. On the Hillside. 

54. The Squab Syndicate. 

BROWN, GEORGE LORING 

Born AVic York, 1S14. Spent twenty years abroad, mostly in Italy. Returned in 1S60, and 
painted New England scenery until his death in l88g. 
2731. Castello U'oba. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

BROWN. JOHN G. 

Born Durham, England, 1831. Came to the United States in 1853- Studied: Wm. B. Scott 
in England; A'. A. D., under Cummings in New York. Member: A. N. A., 1861 ; N. .4., 
1863 (vice-president, 1899-1903; A. IV. C. S. president, 1890-1904). Honors: Honorable 
mention, Paris Exposition, 18S9; silver medal (twice) , Mechanics' Institute, Boston; bronze 
medal, California, 1894; sU'ver medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. 

2946. The Detective Story. 

Lent by Mrs. Frank S. Bradley. 

BROWNE, CHARLES FRANCIS 

Born Natich, Mass., 1S59. Studied: School of Boston Museum; P. A. F. A., under Eakins; 
Gerome and Sihenck in Paris. Member: S. IV. A.; Chicago S. A. Honors: Toppan prize, 
P. //. F. A .; Young Fortnightly prizes, A. I. C, 1905; Grower prize, A. I. C, 1906; Fine 
Arts Building prize, Chicago, 1(109. Former instructor and art lecturer at .4. I. C. Ex- 
president Chicago Society of Artists, associate member National Academy. Assistant com- 
missioner-general of the United States to the International Fine Arts Expositions at Buenos 
Aires and at Santiago in 1910. Superintendent United States section Department of Fine 
Arts, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191$- 

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BROWNE, CHARLES FRANCIS (Continued) 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 

San Francisco, 1915. 
3143. La Vacherie: France. 

BROWNE, GEORGE ELMER 

Born Gloucester, Mass., 1S71. Studied ivith Benson, Tarbell, De Camp and Ernest L. 

Major in Boston; Lefebrre and Robert-Fleury in Paris. Honors: Bronze medal, Mechanics' 

Fair, Boston, iSp5/ book plate prize, Salma. C, jSgS; George Inness, Jr., prize, Salma. 

C, igoi. 
2205. Port of Sottoraarina. 

BROWNELL, MATILDA A. 

Born New York. Studied with Chase and MacMonnies. 
2299. Girl in the Chinese Porcelain Room. 3241. Girl with Columbine. 

BRUMBACK, LOUISE UPTON 

Born Rochester, N. Y. Studied: IVm. M. Chase; N. Y. School of Art; Phila. Academy. 
2138. High Tide on the Beach. 4189. The Harbor: Gloucester. 

BRUSH, GEORGE de FOREST 

Born Shelhyvillc, Tenn., 1S33. Studied with Gerome in Paris. Member: A. N. A., 1S88; 
N. A., igol; S. A. A., iSSo; Nat. Inst A. L.; Am. Acad. A. L. Honors: First Hallgarten 
prize, N. A. D., 1888 ; medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, l8gs; Temple gold medal, 
P. A. F. A., iSg/ ; gold medal, Paris Exposition, igoo; gold medal, Pan-American Exposi- 
tion, Buffalo, igoi; gold medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1994; Saltus medal, N. A. D., igog. 

3857. The Potter. • Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 

3858. Portrait of a Lady. 3859. Andromeda. 

BRYANT, EVERETT LLOYD 

Born Gallon, Ohio, 1S64. Studied with Blanc and Couture in Paris ; Herkomer in London; 

Anshutz, Chase and Breckenridge in Philadelphia. Member: Phila. W. C. C. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igi^. 
2490. Wild Honeysuckle. 2494. Snapdragon and Fan. 

2492. Peonies. 2504. Snapdragon. 

BRYANT. MAUDE DREIN 

Born Wilmington, Del., 18S0. Studied: P. A. F. A.; the Darby School of Art. Honor: 

A. U'orthington Ball prize, Baltimore, 1914. 
3001. Still Life: Crimson Ramblers. 3041. Still Life: Larkspur. 

3032. Still Life: Asters. 

BUDWORTH, WILLIAM S. 

Born Brooklyn, N. Y., 1S61. Self-taught. Honor: Sit-ver medal, A. A. S., igo2. 
4220. Early Spring: Wakefield Woods. 4255. Afternoon Shadows: Chestertown. 

BUEHLER, LYTTON BRIGGS 

Born Gettysburg, iSSS. Studied: P. A. F. A. Received traveling scholarship to Europe 
from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. 
3247. The City of Pleasure. 

BUEHR, KARL ALBERT 

Born Feuerbach, Germany. Studied: Julian Academy, France, and London A. I. C. Mem- 
ber: Chicago S. A.; S. IV. A. Honors: Bronze medal, St. Louis Exposition, ig04; honor- 
able mention, Paris Salon, igio; Society of Western Artists, Chicago, igis; medal, Chi- 
cago Society of Artists, Chicago, 1914. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2313. A Pledge of Love. 4089. Luncheon Outdoors. 

BULL, CHARLES LIVINGSTON 

Born New York State, 18^4. Studied with Harvey Ellis and M. Louise Stowell. Member: 
N. Y. W. C. C. Honor: Shaw prize, Salma. C, 1913. 
4229. Beauty and the Beast. 4361. The Sea Horse of Grande Terre. 

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BUNKER, DENNIS MILLER 

Born Xfii- York, iSoi: JieJ Bolton, 1S90. 
2538. The Mirror. 2549. Portrait of Miss Anne Page. 

Lent by the Art Club of Philadelphia. Lent by Miss Anne Page. 

BURLEIGH, SYDNEY RICHMOND 

Born LitlU Complon. R. I.. iS^S- Studied ivlth Laurens in Paris. Member: N. Y. If. C. 

C. Honor: Bronze medal, St. Louis Exposition, l()0.f. 
4137. At the Wharf. 

BURNHAM, ANITA WILLETS 

Born Brooklyn, \. Y.. /AWo. Studied: .4. /. C, A. S. L., New York; N. A. D., P. A. F. A. 

Twice received the first water-color prize at Chicago Art Institute. 
1015. Twent>-first Chapter of Job. 1023. Napping. 

1022. Day Dreaming. 

BURNSIDE, CAMERON 

Born London, JSS/. Studied: Rene Menard, Rupert Bunny and Lucien Simon in Paris. 

Member: Societe des .4rtistes Independants. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igiS- 
4419. The Yellow Curtain. 

BUSH, ELLA SHEPARD 

Born Galesburg, III. Studied with J. .Ilden Il'eir, Kenyon Cox, Robert Henri, Theodora 

ir. Thayer. Member: P. A. S.; Min. P. 
1854. Balaustion. IS 64. A Fairy Tale Princess. 

1S55. A Kapp.i of Washington. 

BUSH-BROWN, MARGARET LESLEY 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., iSs7- Studied: P. A. F. A.; Julian Academy in Paris under Le- 
febvre and Boulanger. .Member: As. Min. P. Honors: Silver medal, Charleston Exposi- 
tion, 1902; bronze medal, Columbus, S. C, and Knoxville, Tenn.; honorable mention. P. 
A. F. A. 

1881. Portrait of Moncure D. Conway. 1887. The Flute Lesson. 

BUSHNELL, ADELYN 

Born Fort Smith, Ark., 1876. Studied: Art .Academy, Cincinnati; Art League, New York 
City; Mme. La Forge, Paris. 

1794. Portrait of an Old Man. 

BUTLER, EDWARD B. 

Born Lewiston, Maine, 1853. 

2302. The Brook. 

BUTLER, HOWARD RUSSELL 

Born New York, 1S56. Studied with Dagnan-Bouveret, Roll and Gervex in Paris. Mem- 
ber: A. N. A., 1897; N. A., 1900; S. A. A., 1889; N. Y. IV. C. C; N. Y. Arch. Lg., 
1889. Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 18S6; Temple silver medal, P. A. F. A., 
jSSS; medal, Atlanta Exposition, iSg-,; silver medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 
1901; bronze medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3324. Spirits of the Twilight. 

BUTLER, J. J. P. 

Born Giverny, France, 1S9J. 

4368. Autumn Landscape. 
BUTLER, MARY 

3508. Trees at Shubel's Mount: Nova Scotia. 

BUTLER, THEODORE EARL 

Born Columbus, Ohio, 1S61. Studied: A. S. L., Ne^v York; Julian Academy. Honorable 
mention. Salon, 1S8S. 
4129. Peonies. 4383. Sunrise. 

4369. Afternoon. 

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BUTTON. ALBERT PRENTICE 

Born Loxi-ell, Mass., 1872. Studied: Boston Art Schools. Member: N. Y. H^. C. C. 
1047. An October Day. 1055. Girl in Gray. 

1051. In the Meadow. 1056. Girl of the Desert. 

1053. Ultima Thule. 

BYNE, ARTHUR 

Born Philadelphia, Pa. Studied: .4merican Academy, Rome, Italy. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, iQly. 

1741. .\ Fountain in Lugo. 1745. Tarragona Cathedral Seen from the 

1742. The Bishop's Well: Palencia. Cloister. 

1743. Cathedral Silhouette: Saragossa. 1746. A Toledan Tenement. 

1744. An Old Palace in Avila. 1747. Vigo from the Bay. 

1748. Patio in an Old Posada in Alcala. 

CADENASSO, GIUSEPPE 

Born Genoa, Italy, iSfiS. Studied: Hopkins Art Institute, San Francisco. Honor: Gold 

medal, Seattle. 
2188. The Reflection. 3 596. Summer. 

CAHILL, ARTHUR 

Born San Francisco, iSyg. 
4325. Illustration for Western Story. 

CAHILL, WILLIAM V. 

Born Syracuse, N. Y. Studied: A. S. L. of Neic York and Birge Harrison. Honors: Wil- 
liam T. Evans prize, Salma. C, 1912; Vezin prize, 1913. 

4156. The Red Book. 

CALIGA, I. H. 

Born Auburn, Ind., 1S37. Studied under If'illiam Lindensehmidt. 

2379. Autumn. 

CALLAHAN, CAROLINE R. 

Born San Francisco. Studied ivitb Collin in Paris. 

3503. Luncheon. 

CAMP, HAROLD M. 

Member: N. Y. ir. C. C. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igij. 
1126. Turn in the River. 3236. A Hill Top. 

1131. Snow Clouds. 

CAREW, BERTA 

Born Springfield, Mass., 1S78. Studied: Neia York, Paris and Rome. 
1793. The Late Archbishop Corrigan. 

CARLES, ARTHUR B. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1SS2. Studied: P. A. F. A. Honors: First Toppan prize and 
Cresson scholarship, P. A. F. .4.; bronze medal, Chicago Art Institute. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191$. 

2467. Repose. -506. Nude. 

2471. Torso. 

CARLISLE, MARY HELEN 
2654. High Noon: California. 

CARLSEN, EMIL 

Born Copenhagen, Denmark, 185S! came to United States in 1S72. Studied architecture at 
Danish Royal Academy. Member: S. A. A., igo2; A. N. A., 1904; N. A. 1906; Nat. Inst. 
.1. L. Honors: Second Inness prize, Salma. C, 1904; Shaie purchase, S. .■/. A., 1904; gold 
medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; Ifebb prize, S. .4. A., igoj; Inness medal, N. A. D., 



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CARLSEN, EMIL (Continued) 

/9"r." tlifii medal, C. I., Pittsburgh, igoS ; Temple f^old medal, P. .1 . F. A., igu; bronze 

medal, Buenos Aires, igio. 

Medal of honor, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, rgrj. 

3183. The Open Sea. 

CARLSON, JOHN FABIAN 

Born 1857. Member: A. jY. A., 191 1; N. Y. /F. C. C. Honors: First prize, Swedish- 
American Exhibition, Chicago, 1911 and 1913; silver medal. Society of IFashington Artists, 
H'ashingion, D. C, 191$; t'ezin prize, Salma. C, 1912 ; first Isidor prize, Salma. C, 1912. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2452. Frost Bound. 3188. Spring Morning. 

3179. Grey Woods. 4100. Along the Stream. 

3180. Silvered .'\cres. 4337. Cloud Legions. 

CARPENTER, FRANK D. 

Born Homer, X. Y. Portrait painter lehose name is associated with Lincoln's career. He 
painted "Emancipation Proclamation" in the Capitol at H'ashington. 
2702. Portrait of Abraham Lincoln. Lent bv the Union League Club: New 

York City. 

CARPENTER, FRED G. 

Born Nashville, Tenn., iSSs. Studied: Laurens, Baschet, Simon and Collin in Paris. Mem- 
ber: S. If. A. Honorable mention. Salon des Artistes Francois, 1911. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191S. 

3274. The Gay Set. 

CARRIGAN, WILLIAM L., 

Born San Francisco, 1S6S. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191}. 
3162. Midsummer Masque. 

CASE, BERTHA 

3S4S. View: Sidi Ben Said: Tunis. 

CASER, ETTORE 

Born Venice, iSHo. Studied: .-Icademy, Venice. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2457. Old Venice. 3077. Musical Moment. 

2614. The Fire. 

CASSATT, MARY 

Born Pittsburgh, Pa., iS^j. Influenced by Manet and Degas. Member: A. N. A., 1909. 

Honors: I.ippincott prize, P. A. F. A., 1904; Chevalier of Legion of Honor of France, 1904. 
3006. Woman Reading in a Garden. 3010. Woman with a Fan. 

3008. Woman and Child: Rose Scarf. 

CASTERTON, EDA NEMOEDE 

Born Brillion, IVis., iSyj. Stiidied with Virginia Reynolds, Minneapolis School of Fine 
Arts; Chicago Academy of Fine Arts; Paris under Henry Salem Huhbell. Honors: First 
honorable mention at exhibition of International Art Union, Paris, 1907 ; honorable men- 
tion at International Art Union Exhibition, Paris, 190S. Member: American Sociey of 
Miniature Painters. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1822. Miss Pauline Batchelder. 

CAULDWELL, LESLIE 

4332. Portrait of Colonel W. 

CHANDLER, H. C. 

Born Wellington, Kan., iSSr. Studied: San Francisco, New York and Paris. 

1761. Nevada Desert. 



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CHAPMAN, CARLTON THEODORE 

Born New London, 0., lS6o. Studied: N. A. D. and A. S. L. of New York; Julian Acad- 
emy in Paris. Member: A. N. A., igoo; S. A. A., iSgs; A. JV. C. S. Honors: Silver medal, 
Boston, 1S92; medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; medal, Atlanta Exposition, 
1894; bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, igoi; bronze medal, Charleston 
Exposition, 1902. 

3474. The American Fleet Hoisting the Flag 
at Monterey, July 7th, 1846. 

CHAPMAN, CHARLES S. 

Born Morristown, N. J., 1878. Studied with IVilUam Chase and W. Appleton Clark. 
4384. The Marauder. 

CHAPPEL, ALONZO 
63. Surrender of Lee. 2755. Lafayette; De Kalb: D'Estaing. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

CHASE, ADELAIDE COLE 

Born Boston, 186S. Studied with Tarbell at Boston Museum School; Carolus Duran in 
Paris. Member: S. A. A., 1903; A. N. A., 1906. Honor: Silver medal, St. Louis Exposi- 
tion, 1904. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igiS- 

2996. Portrait of Mrs. Swan. 3483. The Violinist. 

CHASE, LILA ELIZABETH 

Born Port Jl'illiams, Nova Scotia, Canada, 1893. Studied: A. S. L. of New York; scholar- 
ship in the Miniature class at the Art Students' League, 19 1 3. 

1808. Portrait. 1809. Elizabeth. 

CHASE, WILLIAM M. 

Born Franklin, Ind., 1S49. Studied with B. F. Hayes in Indianapolis; J. O. Eaton in New 
York; A. Wagner and Piloty in Munich. Member: A. N. A., 1888; N. A., 1890; S. A. A., 
1879; A. W. C. S.; Munich Secession; Ten Am. P.; Nat. Inst. A. L.; Am. Acad. A. L.; 
Port. P. Honors: Medal Centennial Exposition, Philadelphia, l8y6; honorable mention, 
Paris Salon, 1S81; Munich, 1SS3; silver medal, Paris Salon, 1SS9: first prize, Cleve- 
land Art Association, 1S94; Shaw prize, S. A. A., J805; gold medal of honor, P. A. 
F. A., 1S95; gold medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; Temple gold medal, P. A. F. A., 1901; 
gold medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; gold medal, Charleston Exposition, 
1902; first Corcoran prize, S. Wash. A., 1904; grand prize, Buenos Aires, 1910. 
Member of the International Jury of Awards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 
San Francisco, jgiS- 



3738. Miss Savageau. 

3739. Just Onions. 

3740. Self Portrait. 

3741. Miss Emmett. 

Lent by the Brooklyn Museum. 

3742. A Poor Man's Meal. 

3743. Portrait of an Artist. 

3744. Steichen. 

3745. Helen. 

3746. A Passenger Boat. 

3747. Venice. 

3748. Italian Landscape. 

3749. Day Dream. 

3750. Portrait of Mrs. C. 

Lent by Carnegie Institute. 

3751. Old Houses: Venice. 

3752. Long Island Landscape. 

3753. On a Grand Canal. 



3754. Friendly Advice. 

3755. Portrait of J. Frank Currier. 

3756. Back of the Villa. 

3757. Koto. 

3758. Study of a Young Girl. 

3759. Portrait of Whistler. 

3760. Mrs. Vonnoh. 

3761. Mrs. Mason. 

3762. Fruit. 

3763. R. U. Johnson. 

3764. Big Copper Kettle and Fish. 

3765. Mn Sullivan. 
Woman with the White Shawl. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 
Still Life: Fish. 
Mrs. Sullivan. 



3766. 



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3768 



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CHURCH, FREDERICK EDWIN 

Born Hartford, Conn., 1836; died New York, igoo. Studied •viith Thomas Cole. Elected 

N. /!., iS4<). Honor: Medal second class, Paris, lS6j. 
2935. Niagara Falls. 

Lent by Corcoran Gallery of Art. 

CHURCHILL, WILLIAM W. 

Born Boston, iS^jS. Studied zi-it/i Bonnat in Paris. Honors: Honorable mention, Pan- 
American Exposition, Buffalo, igoi. 
Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2167. The Manuscript. 2174. Pouring Tea. 

2170. The Model. 

CLARK, ALSON SKINNER 

Born Chicago, iS/6. Studied ivith Simon, Cottet, IF/iistler, Mucha and Merson in Paris; 
Chase in Neiu York. Member: S. {{■'. A. Honors: Bronze medal, St. Louis Exposition, 
J904; Cahn prize, A. I. C, igo6. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3532. Market in Panama. 3552. Sosa Hill from the Quarry. 

3533. In the Cut. 3553. First Dredges Through Gatun Locks. 

3534. In the Lock: Miraflores. 3554. Dredges Under Gold Hill. 

3535. Gold Hill from Culebra. 3555. Cucaracha Slide. 

3536. In Tropical Waters. 3556. The Cranes: Miraflores. 

3537. Culebra Slide. 3560. Gates: Pedro Miguel. 

3549. Pedro Miguel Locks. 3561. Culebra Cut from Empire. 

3550. Moving the Trestle. 3562. Panama from the Pacific. 

3551. Big Cranes: Miraflores. 3563. Three Hills from Culebra. 

CLARK, FREEMAN 

Born in Mississippi. Studied ivith Chase in New York. 
3433. The Climbers. 

CLARK, HARRIETTE A. 

Born Depere, JVis., 1S76. Studied: Minneapolis Art School; Julian Academy, Paris. 

1838. Constance E. Fairchild. 1S41. Mrs. Lefevre. 

1839. Mme. Sherry. » 

CLARKE, THOMAS SHIELDS 

Born Pittsburgh, Pa., 1S60. Studied: Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris ; Rome and Florence. 

Member: N. S. S.; N. Y. Arch. Lg., 189S; A. N. A., igo2. 
2361. The Dawn of New Life. 

CLARKSON, RALPH 

Born .4mesbury, Mass., jS6l. Studied: School of Boston Museum; Julian Academy under 

Lefebvre and Boulanger in Paris. Member: A. N. A., 1910; Chicago S. .1.; N. Y. W. 

C. C; S. JV. A.; Port. P. Instructor A. I. C. Honor: Cahn prize, /t. I. C, loog. 

Member of the International Jury of .^ivards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 

San Francisco, igiS. 
2183. Portrait: E. G. Keith, Esq. 

CLEMENT, CATHERINE 

Born Rochester, N. Y., 1881. Studied in Neiv York and Paris. 
1202. Portrait. 

CLONNEY, JAMES GOODWYN 

Born in Liverpool, England, 1812; died in Binghamton, N. Y., 1867. Painted miniatures 
in Neiu York, iSs-f. Dreiu on stone for Childs and Inman, Philadelphia, 1S44. 
2745. Militia Training. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 

CLOSSON, WILLIAM BAXTER 

Born Thetford, I't., 184S. Studied: Lonetl Institute in Boston; traveled in Europe. Mem- 
ber: Union Internationale des Beaux-Arts et des Lettres. Honors for wood engraving. 

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CLOSSON, WILLIAM BAXTER (Continued) 

Gold, silver and bronze medals, Mass. Charitable Mechanics' Association; third class 
medal, Paris Salon, 1SS2; silfcr medal, Paris Exposition, 1SS9; medal, Columbian Exposi- 
tion, Chicago, lSg2; diploma. Graphic Arts Exposition, Vienna; silver medal, Pan-A meri- 
can Exposition, Buffalo, igoi ; St. Louis Exposition, IP04. 

3597. A Glimpse of the Sea. 

CLUTE, WALTER MARSHALL 

Born Schenectady, N. Y., jHyo. Studied: A. S. L. of Neiv York; Constant, Princt and 
Laurens in Paris. Member: Chicago S. A.; instructor and lecturer at A. I. C. Honor: 
Roseniuald prize, A. I. C, igio. 

4186. Romance. 

COCKROFT, EDYTHE VARIAN 

Born Brooklyn, iSSi. Member: Salon d'Automne, Paris. Honors: Honorable mention, 
International Art Union, Paris, igog and 1910. 
4101. Portrait Study. 4187. Girl Reading. 

COFFIN, WILLIAM ANDERSON 

Born Allegheny, Pa., 1S55. Studied with Bonnat in Paris. Member: A. N. A., l8g8; A'. A., 
igi2; S. A. A. 18S6; N. Y. Arch. Lg., 1888; director Art Department, Pan-American 
Exposition, Buffalo, igoi. Honors: Second Hallgarten prize, N. A. D., 1886; bronze 
medal, Paris Exposition, iSSg; Jf'ebb prize, S. A. A., i8gi; gold medal, A. C, Phita., 
iSgS; silver medal, Charleston Exposition, igo3; silver medal, St. Louis Exposition, ig04. 

2274. September Afternoon. 2290. Early Morning in May. 

2282. A March Evening. 

COHEN, LEWIS 

Born London, England, iS^y. Studied with Legros and Nicol in London; Blanc in Paris. 

Member: A. N. A., igii. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
3147. A Stronghold of the Scaligeri. 3151. The Great Bridge: Toledo. 

COLE, GEORGE TOWNSEND 5 , 

Born San Francisco, 1S74. Studied: Akademie der Bilden-Kunste, Vienna, Austria; Ecole 
des Beaux-Arts, Paris. Honors: Gold medal, igis, California Society of Miniature 
Painters. 

1901. Mrs. H. 1906. Mrs. Gregory McLaughlin. 

1904. Miss Aileen McCarthy. 

COLE, J. FOXCROFT 

Exhibitor in the Royal .Icademy in lS/6 and l8/y. 
2937. Landscape. 

COLE, THOMAS 

Born Bolton le Moore, England, 1801; died near Calskill, N. Y., 1848. Landscape painter. 
In iSig his father emigrated to .■Imerica and settled in Ohio, vuhere he first learned 
the rudiments of his art from a portrait painter named Stein. 
2721. Landscape. 2737. Four Sljetches of the Voyage of Life. 

COLE, THOMAS CASILEAR 

Born Staatsburgh, X. Y., 1SS8. Studied: School of the Boston Museum under Tarbell, 
Benson and Hale; Academic Julian, Paris under Laurens. 

2283. Portrait of a Lady. 

COLEMAN, CHARLES CARYL 

Born Buffalo, N. Y., 1840. Studied: Paris, Rome and New York. Member: A. N. A., 
18S1. Honors: Bronze medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, iSgs; silver medal, Pan- 
American Exposition, Buffalo, igoi. 

4408. Sorrow. 

COLMAN, SAMUEL 

Born iSs2. Studied under Durand. Traveled abroad in 1860-1862. In 1S6/ founded with 



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COLMAN, SAMUEL (Continued) 

James D. Smillie the American Society of Painters in Water Colors, noiv the American 
Water Color Society, and zias its first president. 
2969. Caravan in the Desert. 

Lent by the Hillyer Art Gallery, 
Smith College. 

COMAN, CHARLOTTE BUELL 

Born Jfateriille, A'. 1'., /A'jj. Studied vsith James R. Brevoort in Neiu York; Harry 
Thompson and Emil f'ernier in Paris. Member: A. N. A., 1910; A'. 1'. IV. C. C. Honors: 
Bronze medal, California Midivinter Exposition, San Francisco, iSg.j; prize, N. Y. 
Woman's .1. C; Shaiv memorial prize, S. A. A., 1905; second prize, S. H'ash. A., 1006; 
Burgess Prize, k. Y. Woman's .4. C, 1907; McMillin prize, N. Y. Woman's A. C, 1911. 

3013. Pocono Hills in Winter. 

COMEGYS, GEORGE H. 

Born Maryland ; died Philadelphia. Studied ivith Neagle. Member: Board of Council of 
the .Artists' Fund Society, Philadelphia, 184}. First print issued by .Imcrican .Irt Union 
taken from his picture, "The Artist's Dream." 
2713. The Ghost Story. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 

CONANT, LUCY SCARBOROUGH 

Born Brooklyn, Conn., 186/. Studied in Boston and Paris. Member: Philadelphia Water 
Color Club. 

1184. The Silver Lakes of the Engadine. 1187. The Sella. Joch: Dolomites. 

1185. The Beloved Pine: Carapfer. 1188. The Jungfrau at Noon. 

1186. The Matterhorn. 1189. Piz Languard from Rosegg Valley. 

CONANT, MARJORIE 

Born Dorchester, Mass., 188$. Studied: Museum School of Fine Arts, Boston, Mass. 
2200. Late Afternoon. 

CONGDON, THOMAS R. 

Born .iddison, N. Y. Studied: A. S. L. and Chase in Netu York; Constant and Collin, 
Paris. Honor: Honorable mention, Paris A. A. A., 1<)02. 
2214. The Greenroom. 

CONNELL, EDWIN D. 

Born New York City, 1859. Studied ivith Bougureau, Robert-Fleury and Julien Dupre in 
Paris. Member: Societe Internationale des Beaux-.4rts. Honors: Honorable mention, Paris 
Salon, 1899; medal, second class, Orleans Exposition, 1905; first-class medal, Toulouse 
Exposition, 1908. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191$. 

4424. Tlie Dunes. 

CONNER, JOHN RAMSEY 

Born Radnor, Pa. Studied: P. A. F. .4. and Paris. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2594. Cottage Interior. 4436. The Little Seamstress. 

COOLIDGE, BERTHA 

Born Lynn, Mass., 18S0. Studied: Boston Museum School under Tarbell and Benson; 
Bourgois in Paris; Grueber in Munich. Member: Societe de la Miniature, Paris, France. 
1233. Portrait of Miss Gertrude Fiske. 1239. Portrait of Mrs. R. 

1236. Portrait of a Russian Girl. 1240. Portrait of Miss E. L. V. 

1237. Woman in White. 
COOLIDGE, MARY ROSAMOND 

Born If'alertoicn. .Mass., iSSf. Studied ivith W. D. Hamilton and E. C. Tarbell in Boston. 
2298. Portrait: Miss S. 3362. Portrait of S. Burtis Baker. 

3026. The Old-Fashioned Gown. 



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COOPER, COLIN CAMPBELL 

Born Philadelphia, iS^d. Studied: P. A. F. A.; Julian and Delacluse Academies in Paris. 

Member: A. N. A., 190S; N. A., 1912; N. Y. jr. C. C.; Phila. ir. C. C. Honors: Bronze 

medal, Atlanta Exposition, 1895; IVm. T. Evans prize, A If. C. S., 1903; Sesnan prize, 

P. A. F. A., 1904; gold medal, A. C. P., 1905; silver medal, Buenos Aires Exposition, 

1910; Beal prize, N. Y. IV. C. C, 191 1. 

Gold medal, for Oil Painting, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 

1915. 

Silver medal, for Water Color Painting, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 

Francisco, 191}. 

1180. The White House. 2338. Fifth Avenue: New York. 

1181. A Salem Residence. 2340. Beauvais Cathedral. 

1182. Mountains at Gruyeres: Switzerland. 2343. Bowling Green: New York. 

COOPER, EMMA LAMPERT 

Born Nunda, N. Y. Studied 'with Harry Thompson in Paris ; J. Kever in Holland; Chase 
in New York. Member: Phila. tV. C. C; N. Y. W. C. C; A. W. C. S. Honors: Medal, 
Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1S9S; Atlanta Exposition, 189^; gold medal, A. A. S., 
T902; tiao bronze medals, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; prize, A'. Y. ll'oman's A. C, 1907. 

3480. Side Street: Beauvais. 4146. Temple at Jaipur. 

COPLEY, JOHN SINGLETON 

Born Boston, 1737 ; died London, 1S15. He was an important early painter of portraits. 
He studied first with his stepfather, the engraver Peter Pelham, and probably with Jon- 
athan B. Blackburn. He went to England in 1774 and never returned. His work may be 
divided into two periods, the American to 1774 and the English to 181^. He became the 
fashion in England and many of the nobility sat to him, including the three daughters of 
King George HL From 1776 to iSl3 he was a regular exhibitor at the Royal .Academy, 
and was made an academician in 1779- 
2785. Portrait of Mrs. Elizabeth Willing 
Powell. 
Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 

CORNOYER, PAUL 

Born St. Louis, Mo., 1S64. Studied: Julian Academy, Paris, and with Lefebvre, Constant 

and Louis Blanc. Member: A. N. .•/., 1909. Honors: First prize, Paris A. A. A., 1892; 

gold medal, St. Louis Association of Painters and Sculptors, iSoi; Evans prize, Sal ma. C, 

1905; Inness prize, Salma. C, 1906; Shaw prize, Salma C, 1908. 
2435. Old New York. 3618. Winter: Columbus Circle. 

COUSE, E. IRVING 

Born Saginaw, Mich., 1S66. Studied: N. A. D. in New York, and with Bouguereau, 
Robert-Fleury and Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Member: A. N. A., 1902; N. A., 1911; 
N. Y. IF. C. C; A. IF. C. S. Honors: Sha^v prize for black and white at Salma C, 1S99; 
second Hallgarten prize, N. .1 . D., woo; Proctor prize. Salma. C, igno; honorable men- 
tion, Paris Exposition, igoo; honorable mention, Pan-.L merican Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; 
first Hallgarten prize, N. .4. D.. 1902; two bronze medals, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; 
Isidor gold medal, N. .•]. D., 1911. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igr^. 

2344. Twilight: Taos Pueblo. 4370. The Turquoise Beadmaker. 

4265. An Indian Shepherd. 

COX, KENYON 

Born IFarren, O., 1S36. Studied under Carolus-Duran and Gerome in Paris. Member: 
A. N. A., 1900; N. A., 1903; S. A. A., 1882; N. Y. Arch. Lg.; Nat. Inst. A. L.; Am. 
Acad. A. L. Honors: Second Hallgarten prize, N. A. D., 1SS9; two bronze medals, Paris 
Exposition, 1S89; Temple silver medal, P. A. F. A., 1891; medal, Columbian Exposition, 
Chicago, 1893; gol'i medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; medal of honor for mural painting, 
N. Y. Arch. Lg., 1909; Isidor medal, N. A. D., 1910. 
2586. Plenty. 

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COX. LOUISE 

Born San Francisco, 1865. Studied: N. A. D.; A. S. L. under Kenyan Cox in New York. 
Member: A. N. A., I<)03; S. A. A., 1893. Honors: Third Hallgarten prize, N. A. D., 
1S96; bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; silver medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buf- 
falo, 1901; S/iaiu memorial prize, S. A. A., 1903; second Hallgarten prize, N. A. D., 
1904; silver medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904. 

2187. Mayflowers. 3438. A Daughter of Eve. 

Lent by the National Gallery. 

CRANE, BRUCE 

Born Xezv York, 1857. Studied luith A. H. Wyant. Member: A. N. A., 1897; ^- A., 
1901; S. A. A., 1881; A. W. C. S.; N. Y. W. C. C; Union Internationale des Beaux-Arts 
et des l.eitres. Honors: IVebb prize, S. A. A., 1S97; bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; 
Inness medal, X. A. D., 1901 ; silver medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901 ; silver 
medal, Charleston Exposition, iQOj; gold medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; third prize, 
C. I., Pittsburgh, KJ09; Saltus medal, N. A. D., 1913. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3783. The Templed Hills. 

CRISP, ARTHUR 

Born Hamilton, Canada, iSSi. Studied: A. S. L. of New York. Member: N. Y. Arch. 

Lg. Honor: Collaborative prize. Architectural League, N. Y. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1913. 
3320. Dim Yesterday's Pageant Backgrounds 4282. A Song Hit. 

To-day. 4283. The Philanderer. 

4280. The Little Spinster. 

CROPSEY, JASPER FRANCIS 

Born Rossville, N. Y., 1SJ3; died 1900. A landscape painter of the Hudson River School. 
He studied with Edward Maury. Elected N. A. D., 1851. 
2723. On the River. 

Lent by Harry W. Watrous, Esq. 

CROSS, SALLY 

Born Lawrence, Mass. Studied with De Camp and Ross Turner in Boston. Member: 

Pa. Min. P.; N. Y. IT. C. C. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1856. Mrs. Quincy. 1860. Miss Dora Wetherbee. 

1857. Portrait: Miss Lilian Gardener. 1861. Portrait of Miss McKay and Peter. 

1858. Portrait of Miss Turner. 1862. Portrait of Olin Dovfnes, Esq. 

CROWLEY, GRAY PRICE 

Born Topeta, Kan., 1884. Studied: New York Art League; New York School of Minia- 
ture Painting. 
1309. Mrs. Alfred Gray. 

CUCUEL, EDWARD 

Born San Francisco, Cal., 1875. Studied: Ecole des Beaux-.Irts and Gerome in Paris ; Leo 
Putz in Munich. Member: Soc. Nat. des Beaux-.lrts, Paris; Luipold Gruppe, Munich. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2195. The Bath. 4128. Autumn Sun. 

2199. The Girl in Yellow. 4164. Summertime. 

4120. Champagne. 

CUNEO, CYRUS CINCINNATTO 

4144. The Mother. 

CUNEO, RINALDO 

Born San Francisco, Cal., 1877. Studied: Hopkins Institute, San Francisco; London, Eng- 
land, and Paris, France. 
2146. Notre Dame: Paris. 



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CURRAN, CHARLES C. 

Born Hartford, Ky.. iS6l. Studied: Cincinnati School of Design; A. S. L. and N. A. C 
in AVii' lor*,- Julian Academy under Constant, Lejehvre and Doucet in Paris. Member: 
A. S. A., iSSS; i\. A., 1904; N. Y. If. C. C; A. Jl\ C. S.; S. A. A., iSSS Honors: 
Third Hallgarten prize, N. A. D., JSSS; honorable mention, Paris Salon, tSgn; Clarke 
prize, N. A. D., 1S93; medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, JSgs; second Hallgarten 
prize. N. A. D.. 7^9.5 ,• silver medal, Atlanta Ex/>osition, /.Vyi; honorable mention, Paris 
Exposition, 1900; silver meual, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901 ; Carnegie prize, 
S. A. A., 1904; silver medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1004; first Corcoran prize, S. Wash. 
A., 190 j: first prize t$jOo), Osborne competition, 1903. 

2595. Daffodils. 

CURRIER, J. FRANK 

Born Boston. Mass., lS4_^; died, IQ09. 

2529. A Munich Boy. 2533. Whistling Boy. 

Lent bv the Carnegie Institute. Lent by the John Herron Art Insti- 

2531. Self Portrait. tute. 

Lent by William M. Chase, Esq. 2534. A Head. 

Lent by J. Harsen Rhoades, Esq. 

CURTIS, WILLIAM FULLER 

Born Staten Island, A'. )'., 18/S. Studied ivith Julius Rolshoven. Lefeb-vre and Robert- 
Fleury in Paris. Member: N. Y. Arch. Lg., 1902; S. If'ash. A. Honors: Third Corcoran 
prize, S. If'ash. A., 1901; first Corcoran prize. Wash W. C. C. igoS- silver medal. St. 
Louis Exposition, 1904. 

1373. The Golden God. 

GUSHING, HOWARD GARDINER 

Born Boston, 7A69. Studied: Laurens, Constant and Doucet in Paris. Member: .•/. N. .•/., 
/906; S. .'}. A., igoy: Port. P. Honors: Honorable mention. Pan .American Exposition, 
Buffalo, 1901; third medal. C. /., Pittsburgh. 1904: Temple gold medal, P. A. F. A., 1910. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Expositton, San Francisco, igiy. 

3073. Decorative Panel. 3233. Interior. 

3074. Decorative Panel. 3234. Portrait. 

3075. Decorative Panel. 3271. Portrait. 
323 L Wardrobe. 

DABO, LEON 

Born Detroit. Mich., 1S6S. Studied: Daniel I'iergr. Pierre Galland, Ecole des Beaux-Arts 
and Julian Academy in Paris. Member: Pastellists. Honors: Evans prize, N. A. C. 1909; 
first prize. Munice (Ind.) A. S., 1909. 

4430. The Rockets: Rain of Fire. 

DANA, CHARLES EDMUND 

Born Wiltes-Barre. Pa., 1843. Studied: Architecture at Royal Academy in Dresden and 
Munich; painting at P. .4. F. A., and iiith E. Luminais in Paris. Member: Phila. W. C. 
C. (president to igir). Honors: Gold medal for v.ater color, A. C, Phila., 1S91. Professor 
of Art University of Pennsylvania until 1904; lecturer since 1904. 
1171. Treves. 1176. Ba?aar: Gama Ibrahim -Aga: Cairo. 

1173. Aba?zia San Gregorio: Venice. 1177. Bazaar Okair Zoht. 

1174. St. Augustine: Fribourg. 1178. The Canon's House: Gruyeres. 

1175. Bad-el-Metawaleh: Cairo. 1179. Morat. 

DAVEY, RANDALL 

Born East Orange. A'. J., iSSy. Studied ivith Robert Henri. 

Honorable mention. Panama-Pacific International Exposition. San Francisco. 191}. 

3255. Captain Dan Stevens: Lighthouse 3366. Girl in Blue. 

Keeper. 4456. Segovian Man. 

DAVIS, CHARLES HAROLD 

Born Ameshury, Mass.. jS',6. Studied icith Otto Grundmann and Boston Museum School; 
lioulanger and I.cfcbvre in Paris. Member: S. A. A., 1S86; A. N. A.. 1901; S. A., 1906. 

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DAVIS, CHARLES HAROLD (Comimud) 

Honors: Cold mtJal, Imeriian Arl .-Issoriation, Nea:! York, lSS6; honorahle mention, 
Paris Salon, iS'Sy; ^joixi prize, .Imeriian .-irt .Issociation, Neiv York, lUSy; silver medal, 
Paris hxposilion. itiSi); Palmer prize, A. I. C, iSyo: medal, Massachusetts Charitable 
Mechanics' Association, Boston, iXgo; medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, iSf)^; grand 
gold medal, Atlanta Exposition, jSijji; bronze medal, Paris Exposition, l()i)o; Lippincott 
prize, P. A. F. A., mot: silver medal, Pan-A merican Exposition, liujjalo, I<)0I ; second 
Corcoran prize, S. U'ashington A., 1903; silver medal, St. Louis Exposition, igo4; silver 
medal. International Exposition, 1910. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacipc International Exposition, San Francisco, igi^. 

3160. The Norilnvest Wind. 31SI. Mny Morning. 

DAVIS, STUART 

Born Plitlad^phia, Pa., iSgj. Studied: Henri School of .Irt, AVif York City. 
952. The River. 4330. The Cafe I.ogue. 

960. The Fog. 4353. A Back Yard. 

DAVOL. JOSEPH BENJAMIN 

Born (A/icago. Studied: .1. S. L., X. Y.; .icademy Julicn, Paris, under Laurens and 

(Constant. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1913. 
2622. Where Sea and River Meet. 3613. A Winter Coast: Moonlight. 

3413. .Maine Coast. 

DAWSON, GEORGE WALTER 

Horn Indiivrr, .Mas.'.. iS~ii. Studied: .Massachusetts Normal Art School in Boston: P. .1 . 
F. ./. .Member: I'hila. IT. C. C. ( president J ; A'. }'. If. f.". (\ Instructor in li-ater color 
and drawing at University of Pennsylvania. 

Member of the International .lury of .-Iv.-ariis, Panama-Pacific I ulernalional Exposition, 
San Francisco, igi_=i. 

1153. bellow Harrison Roses. 1157. A New England CJarden. 

1154. Rhododendrons. 1159. Rose-Covered Wall: Spain. 

1155. Water Lilv Among Rushes. 1160. An Old Cottage Rose. 

1156. White Water Lily. 

DE CAMP, JOSEPH 

Born Ciniinnali, I)., lS=,S. Studied: Duveneck at Cincinnati .Academy: Royal .Academy in 
Munich. Member: Ten .imerican Painters; Nat. Inst. .V. L. Instructor School of Boston 
Museum of Fine .lets. Honors: First prize. City Hal! decorative competition, Philadelphia: 
Temple gold medal, P. A. F. A., jUSij; honorable mention, Paris Exposition, igoo: gold 
medal, St Louis Exposition, 1^04; second Clark prize, Corcoran .7. (!., iQog; Beck medal, 
P. A. F. ./., niij. 
3903. Portrait of Frank Duveneck. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 

DE JONG. BETTY 

Born Paris. Studied in Paris. Societaire du Salon d'.lutumne, Paris. 

Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igi}. 
2365. Beatri.\. 3025. The Dancing Girl. 

2450. Portrait of Miss Isabelle P. 

DEL MUE. MAURICE 

Born Paris. France, hSjS. Studied: San Francisco .^rt Association ; Beaux-.4rts, Paris. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igif,. 
3302. Late Afternoon in the Sierras. 

DEMING, ADELAIDE 

Born Litchfield, Conn., iSOf. Studied: Irt Students' League, ,\nv York, under II'. M. 
Chase. Member: A'. Y. If. C. C. Honors: Beat prize (Xeiv York Water Color Club), 
itjoS: Burgess prize (If Oman's Art Club of Nev.' York), IQOH; honorable mention. Conn. 
.Academy Fine Arts, 11JI4. 
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DEMING, EDWIN W. 

Born Ashland, Ore., i860. Studied: A. S. L. of AV« York; Lefeb-vre and Boulanger in 
Paris. Member: N. Y. Arch. Lg., 1902; Mural P. Honors: Silver medal, A. .4. S., 1892; 
bronze medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904. 
2109. Prayer to the Manes of the Dead. 2636. Vow of Vengeance. 

DE VOLL, F. USHER 

Born Providence, R. I., 1873. Studied: R. I. School of Design; William M. Chase. Mem- 
ber: Societe Union Internationale des Beaux-.4rts et des Lettres, Paris. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igiS- 

2164. East River: New York: Winter. 3406. Brooklyn Bridge: Winter. 

2238. The White City. 4177. Quebec from the Fortifications. 

de WENTWORTH, CECILE 

Born New York. Studied luith Cabanel and Detaille in Paris. Honors: Gold medals. 
Tours, Lyons and Turin; honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1S91; bronze medal, Paris Ex- 
position, igoo. Chevalier Legion of Honor, 1901; officer of Public Instruction, France; 
Order of the Holy Sepulchre from Pope Leo XIII. 

2105. Portrait of William Howard Taft. 4452. Taper to Saint Genevieve. 

DEWEY, CHARLES MELVILLE 

Born Lozwille, N. Y., 1849. Studied 'with Carolus-Duran in Paris. Member: .4. N. A., 
1903; N. A., 1907; Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: Silver medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buf- 
falo, igoi; silver medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904. 

4184. The Harvest Moon. 

DICKMAN, CHARLES JOHN 

Born Germany, 1863. Studied: Julian Academy, Paris. Honor: Medal, Academic Col- 

orossi, Paris. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 

San Francisco, 1915. 
2324. Picardy Fisher Folk. 3082. Before the Storm. 

2341. Dawn. 

DILLAYE, BLANCHE 

Born Syracuse, N. Y. Studied: P. A. F. A.; etching under Stephen Parrish; Garrido in 
Europe. Member: N. Y. If. C. C; Phita. IF. C. C. Honors: Silver medal for etching, 
Atlanta Exposition, 1895; silver medal, A A. S., 1902; silver medal for etchings. Inter- 
national Exposition at Lorient, France, 1903. 

2124. The God of Good Fortune. 4312. The Evening Star. 

4302. Moonlight. 4323. On the Grand Morin. 

DIMOCK, E. 

1081. Sweat Shop Girls in the Country. 1085. Group. 

1083. Group. 1086. Group in New England. 

1084. East Side School Children. 1087. Sweat Shop Girls in the Country. 

DIRKS, RUDOLPH 

Born Holstein, Germany, 1877- 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2120. Clearing Land. 2125. The Boatman. 

2121. Head of Old Dutchman. 4087. On the Dike. 

DIXON, MAYNARD 

Born Fresno, Cat., 1875. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2101. The Palomino Mare. 3178. The Trail in Oregon. 

2112. Navajo Women. 

DOLPH, JOHN HENRY 

Born in Fort Ann, N. Y., 1S33. Studied with Louis Fan Ruyck in Antwerp, then went to 
Paris and afterwards settled in New York. In 1877 he was made an associate of the 



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DOLPH, JOHN HENRY (Continued) 

National Academy, and has been a member of the Society of American Artists since its 

organization in lS/8. 
2952. The Rat Who Retired From the World. 
Lent by Mrs. Helen Foster Barnett. 

DONOHO, RUGER 

Born Church Hill, Miss., iS^y. Studied: R. Siuain Gifford in New York; Julien Academy 
in Paris under Lefeb'vre and Boutanger. Honors: Silver medal, Paris Exposition, 18S9; 
Jlors Concours, Paris Salon, 181/0; ll'ehb prize, S. A. A., 1892; medal, Columbian Exposi- 
tion, Chicago, iSqs; honorable mention, C. I., Pittsburgh, jgil. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2263. Wind Flowers. 2268. A Veil of Leaves. 

2264. A Garden. 2269. The Rose Terrace. 

DOUGHERTY, PARKE CURTIS 

Born Philadelphia, jS6;. Studied: P. A. F. A.; Julien Academy, Paris. Honors: Third 
medal, American Art Association, Paris; third-class medal. International Exposition at 
Toulouse, igo8. 

2500. Mont St. Michel. 4163. Winter Morning: Etretat. 

2502. Moonlight. 

DOUGHERTY, PAUL 

Born Brooklyn, \. Y., 1877. Studied: Paris, London, Florence, Venice and Munich. Mem- 
ber: S. A. A., 1905; A. N. A., 1906; N. A., 1907; Nat. Inst. A. L.; A. IV. C. S. Honors: 
Osborne prize, 1905; second prize, C I., Pittsburgh, 1912. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1913. 

3146. Changing Weather. 3149. Storm Gleams. 

3148. Toward the Sunlight. 3150. From Clodgy Point. 

DOUGHTY, THOMAS 

Born Philadelphia, 1793; died in Ne-iu York, 1856. Engaged in leather business in early 
life. About 1820 adopted art as a profession. Spent several years abroad, painting in Lon- 
don and Paris, and acquired high reputation for the silvery tone in his pictures. 
Till. On the Susquehanna. 2778. Landscape. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 

of the Fine Arts. of the Fine Arts. 

DOW, ARTHUR WESLEY 

Born Ipsvcich, Mass. Studied idth Boulanger, Lefebvre, Doucet and Delance in Paris. 
Instructor, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, 1895-1904; professor of fine arts, Teachers' College, 
Columbia University, since 1904; director. Summer Art School, Ipsivich, Mass. Honors: 
Honorable mention, Paris Exposition, 1899; bronze medal for painting and honorable men- 
tion for woodcuts, Pan-.-lmerican Exposition, Buffalo, 1901 ; medal, Boston Mechanics' As- 
sociation. 
3319. The Enchanted Mesa. 3328. The Great Shadow. 

DU BOIS, GUY PENE 

Born New York, 1884. Studied with Chase, Dumond and Henri in New York; Steinlin in 
Paris. Member: Paris A. A. .4.; Am. P. S. art critic, "New York American." 

4458. Trapeze Performer. 

DUFNER, EDWARD 

Born Buffalo, N. Y., 1872. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y.; IVhistler and Laurens in Paris; 

in Madrid. Member: A. N. A., 1910; N. Y. IV. C. C; A IV. C. S. Honors: First IVana- 

maker prize, Paris .<?. .7. A., 1899; bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; 

honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1902; Fellowship prize. Society of Artists, Buffalo, 1904; 

silver medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; Evans prize, A. IV. C. S., 1909. Instructor A. S. 

L. of New York. 
1370. Moonlight on the Lake. 2172. Summer Evening. 

2168. Reflections. 4358. Portrait: A Ray of Sunlight. 



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DULL, JOHN J. 

Horn Philadelphia, iSs(^. Studied: P. .1 . F. A. Member: Phila. jr. C. C. Honors: 
Gold medal, Plastic C, iQoj. Professor of architecture, Drexel Institute. 
951. Winter Landscape: No. 1. 955. Winter Landscape: No. 3. 

954. Winter Landscape: No. 4 957. Winter Landscape: No. 2. 

DUMOND, FRANK VINCENT 

Born Hoihesler, A. >'., iXO_^. Studied liitli lioulanger, Leiebvre and Constant in Paris. 
Member: S. A. A., ic^oj; A. N. A., 1900; N. A., igo6; A'. Y. .-irch. Lg., 1904; Mural P. 
Honors: Third class medal, Paris Salon, iSqo; gold medal, Boston, iSgs; gold medal, 
.Atlanta Exposition, iSg^; silver medals for painting and for illustration, Pan-lmerican 
Exposition. Buffalo, IQOI; silver medal, St. Louis Exposition, H104. Director, Department 
of Fine .Irts, Lewis and Clarke Exposition, Portland, 191).^. Instructor, .•/. S. L. of N. Y. 
Member of the International Judy of .'livards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 
San Francisco, 191^. 

2275. May Bloom. 2280. July Afternoon. 

2276. Crav Newfoundland. 2288. The Elopers. 
2279. The' Bathers. 2289. The Fairy Tale. 

DUMOND, FREDERIC MELVILLE 

Born Rochester, A'. V., i,\'fi-. Studied ivilh Lefebvre, Cormon, Laurens and Doucel in Paris. 
Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1S93; third class medal, Paris Salon. 1899. 
Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191^. 

2113. Raton Pass. 2116. Portrait Sketch of Babette de Cernoe. 

2114. Hoss Tradin' on the Reservation. 2099. Sea Carvings. 

2115. 1849. 

DUMOND, HELEN SAVIER 

Born Portland, Ore., uS/J. Studied: .7, .V. L., Robert Brandegee and F. I'. Du Mond in 

Neiu York; Collin and Mcrson in Paris. 
2265. Southern France. 2266. An Arm of tlie .Mediterranean. 

DUNBAR, HAROLD C. 

Born Brockton. Mass.. iSSj. Studied: Massachusetts Sormal .Irt School under Major 
De Camp and Tarbcll. 
35112. Portrait of Mrs. D. 4195. Girl in Black. 

DUNLAP, HELENA 

Born Los Angeles. Cal. Studied: P. A. F. A. 

2123. The Senor's Garden. 2462. Mountain Cottages. 

2192. The Dressing Table. 3157. Summer Afternoon. 

DUNLAP, WILLIAM 

Born Pert Amboy, N. J., 1/66. Studied with ll'illiam IFilliams. Went to London in 
17S1: painted a portrait of Lord Hood: also a portrait of Washington from an early 
drawing.. Returned to America after four years. He was instrumental in establishing 
the .Imerican Academy of Fine .-Irts. and later joined in founding the National 
Academy of Design. Exhibited from town to town large canvases of religious subjects. 
.Author of "History of the Rise and Progress of the Arts of Design in the United 
States," A'. 1'., 1834. 
1319. Portrait. 1333. Portrait of a Lady. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. lent In .Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

1323. President Tvler. 2753. Scene from Harvey Birch: The Spy. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. Lent by Albert Rosenlhal, Esq. 

1329. Portrait. 

Lent by ."Mbert Rosentlia!, Esq. 

DURAND. ASHER BROWN 

Born South Grange, \ cw .lersey, l/i)6: died there, 1SS6. He studied engraving ^utk 
his father and with Peter Maverick, whose partner he became in iSij. His "Declara- 
tion of Independence" after Trumbull brought him into prominent notice as an en- 
graver. President of the National Academy of Design, l8ff,-i86i. 



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2795. A. B. Durand as a Young Man. 
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DURAND, ASHER BROWN (Continued) 
274(1. riie Morning of Life. 

Lent by the National Academy 
Design. 
2751. The i'liiinder Storm: Caiskills. 

Lent by II. K. Bush-Brown, Esq. 

DURKEE, HELEN WINSLOW 

burn j^eiu Yurk (,'ily. y.VcVo. SluMe 
Society oj Miniature Painters. 

1248. Portrait of Miss D. 

1249. A Study. 

1250. William Ives, Esq. 

1251. Still Life. 

1252. Margaret. 

1253. Portrait. 

1254. Hilda. 

DUSTIN, SILAS S. 

Born KuhfielJ. U. Studied: 
3517. .Midnight in New England. 

DUVENECK, FRANK 

Horn Covington, Kentucky, iS^fti. Studied ■■u.itli Diez in Munich, in ivhirh city he 
lived over ten years. Member: S. /I. A., iSSv: ,-/. A'. .7., igo$; N. A., [go6; S. //'. //.,• /Va^ 
Inst. A. L. Honors: Medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; honorable mention 
Paris Salon, iH')}: silver medal, Pan-.I mericiin Exposition, Buffalo, igoi. Instructor 
in Cincinnati Academy of Fine Arts. 

Member of the International Jury of .Iwards. Panama-Pacific International Exposition. 
San Francisco, 19 1}. 



1255. Kadidje. 

1256. The S|)aiiish Shawl. 

1257. Still Life. 

1258. Bather. 

1259. Autumn. 

1260. The Flowered Dress. 



A. ./. D. and llilliam M. Chase. 



Aw.ARDED .\ SpCCIAL COMMEMORATIVE iMeDA(. 
BY THR PaVAMA-PaCIHC INTERNATIONAL E.X- 
POSITION. 

3868. Whistling Boy. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 

3869. Girl's Head. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Musevun Asso- 
ciation. 

3570. Man with Red Hair. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 

3571. \oung Man with a Ruff. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 

3572. Portrait of William Adams. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 

3873. Portrait of J. Frank Currier. 

Lent by Alfred Juergens, Esq. 

3874. Unfinished Portrait Study. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 

3875. Study of a Nude Back. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 

3876. Head of a Young (Jirl. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 



3877. 
3873. 

3S79. 

3880. 

3881. 

3882. 

38S3. 
3884. 
3885. 
3886. 
3887. 

3888. 



Portrait. 

Lent by William M. Chase, Esq. 
Sketch of a Nude. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Musevun Asso- 
ciation. 
Woman with Forget-Me-Nots. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 
Blacksmith. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 
Head: Portrait of Mr. Mills. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 
Portrait of Man in Spanish Costume. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 
Lady with a Veil. 

Lent by George E. Hopkins, Esq. 
Blue Boy. 

Lent by Mrs. D. H. Holmes. 
Portrait of Professor Loeffts. 

Lent hv Mrs. Herman Goepper. 
Sketch of a Turk. 

Lent In the Tavern Club. 
Blind Old Man. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 
Portrait: Mrs. Francis Hinkle. 

Lent by W. H. Hinkle, Esq. 



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DUVENECK, FRANK (Continued) 
3902. Beechwoods: Polling: Bavaria. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 

3904. Portrait Sketch. 

Lent by the Tavern Club. 

3905. Young Man with Red Skull Cap. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 

3906. Girl's Head : Yellovf Background. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 



3907. Turkish Page. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 

3908. The Hunchback. 

Lent by Miss Jane Otis. 

3909. ItalianBoy. 

Lent by George E. Hopkins, Esq. 

3910. John W. Alexander. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 
39n. Woman with a Fan. 

Lent by M. A. De Wolfe Howe, Esq. 



Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris under 



EAKINS, THOMAS 

Born Philadelphia, 1844. Studied: P. A. F. A. 
Gerome and Bonnat. Member: A. N. A., 1902; N. A., igos. Honors: Medal 
Massachusetts Mechanics' Assoc., Boston; medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, l8gs; 
honorable mention, Paris Exposition, lc/00; gold meJal, Pan-American Exposition, 
Buffalo, IQOI; gold medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; Temple gold medal, P. A. F. A., 
1904; Proctor prize, N. A. D., igos; second prize, C. I., Pittsburgh, 11)07; go^<i medal, 
A. A. S., igo7 ; instructor in P. A. F. A. 

2956. The Bohemian. 



2958. The Veteran. 

2960. The Concert Singer. 

EATON, CHARLES WARREN 

Born .-llbany, N. Y., iSi/. Studied: 
ber: A. IV. C. S; N. Y. tV. C. C. 



2961. The Crucifixion. 

2963. The Home Ranch. 

2965. Portrait of Henrv O. Tanner. 



N. A. D. and A. S. L. of New York. Mem- 
Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Exposition, 
1900; Proctor prize, Salma. C, 1901 ; silver medal, Charleston Exposition, igo2; Inness 
prize, Salma. C, igoz; Shaiv prize, Salma, C, 1903; gold medal, .4. C. Phil., 190$; 
Inness gold medal, N. A. D., 1904; sik'er medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; gold 
medal, Paris Salon; silver medal, Buenos Aires Exposition, 1910. 
2229. Summer Night: Lake Como. 2459. The Shawangunk Valley. 

EBERT, CHARLES H. 

Born in Milwaukee, IVisconsin, 1S73. Studied in the Julien .4cademy, Paris, under Con- 
stant: A. S. L. of N. Y.; Cincinnati Art School. Honors: Bronze medal, International 
Exposition, Buenos Aires, 1910. 
Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2375. Monhegan Headlands. 3592. Early November. 

2601. The Fog Bow. 

EDMONDSON, WILLIAM J. 

Born Norwalk, Ohio, 1S6S. Studied with f'onnoh in Philadelphia; .-Iman-Jean and 
Lefebvre in Paris. 
2580. The Garden. 

EDWARDS, GEORGE WHARTON 

Born Fair Haven, Conn., lS-,9. Studied in Antwerp and Paris. Member: N. Y. IV. C. C; 
A. IV. C. S.; N. A. C. Honors: Bronze and silver medals, Boston, 1SS4 and 1S90; 
bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901, for painting, and honorable 
mention for drawing; silver medal, Charleston Exposition, 1902; medal, Barcelona, 
Spain, 1902. 
4088. No-Man's Ledge: Monhegan. 

EICHHOLTZ, JACOB 

Born in Lancaster, Pa., 1776; died, 1842. Apprenticed to a coppersmith and engaged 
in that trade. Studied ivith a sign-painter in his native town; visited and copied 
Stuart, in Boston. Also received instruction from Sully. 
2772. Portrait: Mr. Arundel. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Gallery 60, IVall B. 

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EICHHOLTZ, JACOB (Continued) 

2774. Portrait: Mrs. Arundel. 2775. Portrait of John Howard Payne. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. Lent by John Frederick Lewis, Esq. 

EISENLOHR. EDWARD G. 

Born Cincinnati, Ohio, J&ys. Studied: R. J. OnderJonk, Frank Reaugfi, Prof. Gustav 

Schoenlever, Academy of Karlsruhe, Germany. 
4292. First Furrows. 

ELLIOTT, CHARLES LORING 

Born Scipio, A'. Y., lou; died Albany, N. Y., l868. Studied luilh Col. John Trumbull 
and Quidor. Elected Associate of the N. A. D., 1845; Academician, 1846. 
2679. Portrait of H. W. Hewitt. 2797. Portrait of Colonel Thomas L. McKen- 

Lent by the Art Institute of Chicago. ney. 

2722. Portrait of Mrs. Mary A. Goulding. lent by Corcoran Gallery of Art. 

Lent by the National Academy of 
Design. 

ELLIOTT, ELIZABETH SHIPPEN GREEN 

Born Philadelphia. Studied: P. A. F. A. and under Hoivard Pyle. Member: Phila- 
delphia jr. C. C; N. Y. IV. C; S. I. (Assoc.) Inter. Soc. of Sculptors, Painters 
and Gravers. Honors: Second Corcoran prize, irash. W. C. C, 1904; bronze medal, 
St. Louis Exposition, 1904; Mary Smith prize, P. A. F. A., 1905; Beck prize, Phila. 
IV. C. C, 1907. 
Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1. Queen Cophetua. 5. The Princess. 

2. The Moon World. 6. Queen Jehan and Riczi. 

3. Antoine and the Little Wooden Soldier. 77. The First Communion. 

4. Elizabeth. 84. Inspector Joly. 

ENGLISH, FRANK F. 

Born Louisville, Ky., 1834. Studied: P. A. F. A. Honors: Gold Medal, .American 
Art Society, Philadelphia, 190S. 

994. River Wensum: Norwich. 999. A Summer Evening. 

995. A Home at Brookville. 1000. A Mill on Cobb's Creek. 

996. Millbank: Upper Darby. 1001. Yarmouth. 

997. Follv Bridge: Oxford. 1002. Cobb's Creek. 

998. A Delaware Village. 1003. Norwich. 

ENNEKING, JOHN JOSEPH 

Born Minister, Ohio, 1S40. Studied ivith Bonnat and Daubigny in Paris; Lehr in 
Munich. Honors: Seven medals (gold and silver), Mass. Charitable Mechanics' 
Association, Boston; honorable mention, Paris Exposition, 1900; silver medal, Pan- 
American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901 ; silver medal, World's Fair, St. Louis, 1904. 
Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191^. 
3401. December Thaw. 3402. November Twilight. 

ERICSON, DAVID 

Born Duluth, Minn. Studied luith Whistler, Chase, and Mowbray. Honors: Honor- 
able mention, C. I., Pittsburgh, 1903; silver medal, St. Louis, Exposition, 1904. 
2110. The Late Tea. 4434. Low Tide. 

EVANS, FRANCES 

Born Baltimore. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y. and Paris. 
1811. Portrait. 

EVERETT, HERBERT EDWARD 

Born IVorcesler, Mass. Studied: Boston Museum School; Julian Academy in Paris. 

Member: Philadelphia W. C. C. 
1145. Cottage Garden. 1146. Garden at Pipestave Hill. 



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FAIRCHILD, MAY 

Boni Canton, Mass.. iS/.\ Studied: CoulfS Art Sr/iool, Boston: Art Students' League, 

New York. 
1351. The Rose. 

FARLEY, RICHARD BLOSSOM 

Born Poultney, It., /iV//;. Studied ivhli ll'liistlrr. Chase and CehUia Beaux. 

Sil^'er Medal, I'anama-l'anftc International Exposition, San Francisco, l()lj. 
3306. Ounes at Barnegat. 3472. Blue and Gold. 

3448. Barnegat Beach. 

FARNDON. WALTER 

Born in England, iSjb. Studied A'. .4. O. under Edgar M. Ward. 

3153. Wistaria Arbor. 

FASSETT, TRUMAN E. 

Born Etmira. A. Y.. iSSi. Studied: Boston Museum School: I'aris, France. 
3256. Spanish l^ancer. 4162 Portrait: Mrs. Fassett. 

FELDMAN. BARUCH M. 

Born Tc/ieririgotf, Russia, iSS^. Studied: Spring Garden Instilnlc, I'/iiladelp/iia: P. A. 
F. .^., Pliiladelphia. Honors! Bronze and gold medal. Spring Garden Institute; Cresson 
Scholarship, P. A. F. A. 
4105. Portrait Study: Introspection. 

FENDERSON, ANNE M. 

1307. Portrait of Wilhelmina. 

FERGUSON, NANCY M. 

Born Philadelphia. Studied: School of Design; .-Icademy of Fine .^rts. Philadelphia. 

2371. A Rural Lane. 3604. The Old Homestead. 

2593. The Barber Shop. 

FERNOW, BERNICE P. ANDREWS 

Born .Icncy City, .V. J., lS.\.\ Studied) A. S. L. oj \. Y, Olaf M. Brauner and Theo- 
dora Thayer. 

1299. Childhood. 1304. Mrs. Charles Paltner. 

1302. Pierpont Edwards Dutcher: Third. 1306. Mrs. E. L. Smith. 

FILEMYR. JOSEPH J. 

Born Philadelphia, iSSg. Studied: P. A. /•'. A. and Paris. 
2610. The Silent Hour. 

FINK, DENMAN 

Born Springdale. Pa , iSSa. Studied: Pittsburgli School of lJesii(n: Museum of Fine 
.Irts, Boston, under Hale and Benson; ./. A". L., A'. )'. .Member: Society of Illustrators. 

4205. Portrait of Mrs. F. 

FINK, FREDERICK 

Born iSl^; died /i'/y. Went abroad In iSin and made copies of Titian and Murillo. 
2744. Portrait of Artist in His Studio. 

FINKELNBURG, AUGUSTA 

Born Fountain City, His. Studied: Chicago .Irt School; Pratt Institute, Paris; 
Colorassi School and ',:ith the folloivin^ artists: Robert Reid, Willard Metcalj, Arthur 
D01.V, and two summers with Henry Snell in England and Haly. 

1147. The Old Homestead. 4411. My Woodsie Park. 

FINN. JAMES WALL 

Honorable mention, Paris Salon, iS<j6; bronze medal, Pan-A merican Exposition, Buffalo, 
lOUI. 
3498. Ciirl With a Fan. 



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I'AIMI.KS AM) ILLUSTRATORS 

FIREBAUGH. NETTIE KING 

Born Oakland. Cat. StuJieJ: Hopkins Institute of .-Irl, San Francisco. Honors: Tv;o 
prize< in miniature /lainlini; at Mechanics Fair. San Francisco; first and second prizes in 
designing. Keramic Studio Magazine. 

1343. Mrs. August Porter. 1345. Professor Joseph Le Come. 

FISHER, MARK 

Horn in Huston of English and Irish parents: educated in the public schools: studied 
art at Loivell Institute and later iias a pupil of George Inness at Medfield. Went In 
Paris at twenty and studied in Cteyre's atelier; settled in Boston; icent to Fn^land 
to Hie, where he now is well known as landscape and animal painter, exhibiting at 
the Royal .Icademy and elsewhere. 

2700. In the Garden. 4264. .•\ CJrav Dav. 

4263. On the River Stort. 4425. The Rick Yard. 

FISKE. GERTRUDE 

Hum liuslun, i^'pj. . Studied: Museum School. Boston, under Tarhell. Benson and 

Hale; Ogonr/uit. .Maine, under C. H. Woodbury. 

Silver Medal, Panama-I'aciftc International Exposition. San Francisco, fy/5. 
3451. The Shadow. 
3501. Study in Black and White. 

FITZ, RUTHERFORD BENJAMIN 

Born ScT~ York, 'Ai.-i, died iSiji. Studied: A'. .•/. I)., A'. }'. In iSyi) he went to 
Munich, where he remained luur years, reluming to \ew York in lS8^. 
2942. The Harvesters: 1887. 

Lent hy the Hillyer .Art Callery: 
Smith College. 

FLAGG, CHARLES NOEL 

Bom Brooklyn, A. )'.. /A' /A'. Studied with .lacquesson de la Chevreuse in Paris. Member: 
A. A'. .7., ;yov. Director of Flagg Evening Sihool of IJrawint; for Men. Honors: 
Proctor prize, N. .4. D.. IQOS. 
3391. Portrait of Paul W'aylancI Bartlett. 

FLAGG, JARED 

2736. Portrait of Hon. John \V. Brown. 
Lent hy the City of New York. 

FLORENCE. M. SARGENT 

Silver .Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, l<)I^. 

3817. Panel. 3820. Panel. 

3818. PaneL 3821. Panel. 

FOLGER, ANNIE B. 

Born Nantucket. Mass.. lS-,J. Studied: .1 . S. L. of N. Y. 
1054. Passing Cloud Shadous. I1I66. October Hillside: Nantucket. 

1061. Sand Dunes. 

FOOTE, JOSEPHINE J. 

Born Detroit. Mich. Studied: .4. S. L. of A' .Y.. Cooper Union. Mr. iriltiam ,/. Il'hitte- 

inore. Honors: Bronze and silver medals. Cooper Art School. 
1204. Junior. 

FOOTE, MARY 

Honors: Honorary Degree of Bachelur of Fine .4rts, Yale University, ,\ew Haven. 

2155. Mrs. John Carpenter. 2989. Portrait of Mrs. Herman Kobbe. 

2163. Portrait of August Jaccaci, Esi|. 3294. Study. 

2988. Portrait of Miss Matilda Brownell. 

FOOTE, WILL HOWE 

Horn Grand liapidi. Mich.. 1S7.4. Studied: A. I. C; A. S. L. of N. Y.; Julien Academy 
in Paris under I aureus and Constant. Member: .-/. A'. //., lc)Hi. Honors: Honorable 



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FOOTE, WILL HOWE (Continued) 

mention, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; third Hallgarten prize, N. A. D., 

igol; bronze medal, St. Louis Exposition, igo^. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2173. Gloucester Harbor. 3788. Hydrangeas. 

3785. Sunny Interior. 3795. Italian Girl's Head. 

FORESMAN, ALIE 

Born Darien, If'is. Studied luith Ella Shepherd Bush. 

1878. Portrait: Irish Rose. 1879. Portrait. 

FORSYTH, WILLIAM 

Born Hamilton County, Ohio, 1854. Studied: Royal Academy in Munich under 
Loefftz, Benczur, Gysis and Lietzenmeyer. Member: S. IV. A (vice-president) ; in- 
structor Herron .4rt Institute. Honors: Medal, Munich, 1S85; silver medal for water 
color and bronze medal for oil, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; bronze medal, Argentine 
Centennial Exposition, Buenos Aires, 1910; Society Western Artists, igio. 
Bronze medal, for Oil Painting, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 

'915- . . . ^ . , 

Silver medal, for Water Color Painting, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 

Francisco, 1913. 

2194. The Red Hill. 4141. A Sunny Corner. 

2627. The Wind from the West. 4329. Winter in the Hills. 

FORTUNE, E. CHARLTON 

Born Sausalito, Cal., 1885. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y, under F. I'. DuMond, Albert 

Sterner, F. L. Mora. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

7. Moonlight. 3437. Carmel Mission. 

68. The Galloway Inn. 3557. The San Gabriel Vine. 

987. Betty. 4109. Summer. 
3436. The Pier. 

FOSS, HARRIET CAMPBELL 

Born Middletown, Conn. Studied •u.-ith J. Alden Weir in New York; Alfred Stevens 
and Courtois in Paris. 
4126. Pink Phlox. 

FOSTER, BEN 

Born North Anson, Maine, 1852. Studied in New York with .ibhott Thayer, and in 
Paris with .4ime Morot and Luc Oliver Merson. Honors: Medal, Columbian Expo- 
sition, Chicago, iSg^; bronze medal at Paris Exposition, 1900; silver medal at Carnegie 
Institute International Exhibition, 1900; Webb prize, Society .American Artists, New 
York, 1901; silver medal, Buffalo Exposition, 1901, and Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 
J904; Carnegie prize. National Academy of Design, 1906; Inness Gold Medal, National 
Academy of Design, 190S. Member: New York Water Color Cluh; .Imerican Water 
Color Society; National Institute of Arts and Letters; National Art Clubs; Montreal 
Art Association. 

3187. October Morning. 

FOURNIER, ALEXIS JEAN 

Born St. Paul, Minn., 1863. Studied with Laurens, Constant, Harpignies and Julien 
Academy in Paris. Member: S. W. A.; .4rt Director, Roycroft Shops. Honors: Gold 
and silver medals, Minnesota Industrial Society; second Ilengerer prize, Buffalo, 1911. 

2162. Peaceful Night on the Seine. 2381. Morning in Venice. 

FRIESEKE, FREDRICK CARL 

Born Owosso, Mich., 18/4. Studied: A. I. C; A. S. L. of N. Y.; Constant, Laurens 
and Whistler in Paris. Member: A. N. A., 1912; .4ssoc. Soc. Nat. des Beaux-Arts, 
Paris. Honors: Silver medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; gold medal, Munich, 1904; 



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FRIESEKE, FREDRICK CARL (Continued) 

honorable mention, Corcoran A. G., IVashington, 1^08; fourth IV. A. Clarke prize, Cor- 
coran A. G., 190S; Temple gold medal, P. A. f. A, igiS- 
Grand Prize, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191^. 

2378. Sleep. 4106. Youth. 

409+. Summer. 4108. Girl Embroidering. 

4095. The Garden. 4124. Boudoir. 

4103. The Garden Chair. 4147. The Bay Window. 

FROELICH, MAREN M. 

Born San Francisco. Studied: San Francisco School of Design, Menard-Simon Cas- 
teluchio .icademy, Paris, and tisith Theo. Steinlen and Richard Miller, Paris. 
3507. The Chinese Robe. 

FULLER, GEORGE 

Born Decrfield, Mass., 1822; died Brookline, Mass., 1SS4. Studied: Boston Art Asso- 
ciation. Elected Associate of the National Academy, 18$/. 

2532. A Head. 2553. Lorette. 

Lent by W. B. Ayer, Esq. Lent by Corcoran Gallery of Art. 

2554. Marguerite. 

FULLER, HENRY B. 

Born Deerfield, Mass., 1867. Studied: Coiites .4rt School in Boston under Bunker; 
Cox and Moiubray at A. S. L. of N. Y.; Collin in Paris. Member: S. A. A., 1902; 
A. N. .4., igo6. Honors: Bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; 
Carnegie prize, N. A. D., igoS. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
920. Triumph of Truth Over Error. 

FULLER, LUCIA FAIRCHILD 

Born Boston, iSyi. Studied ivith Dennis M. Bunker in Boston; Moiubray and Chase in 
New York. Member: S. A. A., iSgg; A. N. A., 1906; Pa. Soc. Min. P.; N. Y. If. C. C; 
Am. Soc. Min. P. Honors: Bronze medal, Paris Exposition, igno; silver medal, Pan- 
American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; gold medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904. 

1955. In the Davs of King Arthur. 1961. Artemidora. 

1957. The Girl and the Net. 1962. The Red Flower. 

1959. Portrait of a Child. 

FUNK, WILHELM 

Born Hanover, Germany, 1S66. Came to United States in l8S_^. Studied: A. S. L. of 
N. Y. and in Europe. Member: N. A. C, Association of Munich Artists. 

3289. Mrs. John W. McKinnon. 

GALE, HARRIETTE DRAPER 

Born H'ashini;lon, D. C, iSSg. Studied: School of the Museum of Fine .Irts; .•/. S. L. of 
N. Y. 
1318. Study in Brown. 

GALLAGHER, SEARS 

Rom Boston, 1869. Studied with Tomasso Juglaris in Boston; Laurens and Constant 
in Paris. 
1757. From the Bridge. 

GALT, CHARLES FRANKLIN 

Born St. Louis, iXX.j. Studied: St. Louis School of Fine Arts, and Richard E. Miller. 
3443. The Etcher. 3488. The Gypsy. 

GARBER, DANIEL 

Born N. .Manchester, Ind., 1S80. Studied: Cincinnati Art Academy under Noiuottny; 
P. A. F. A. under Anschutz. Member: A. N. A., 1910; Instructor P. A. F. A. since 
1909. Honors: Cresson scholarship, P. A. F. A., 1903; first Hallgarten prize, N. A. D., 
1909; honorable mention, A. C. P., igog; honorable mention, C. I., Pittsburgh, 1910; 



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CAREER, DANIEL (Continued) 

ihiril Clark prize Corioran Gallery, igio; bronze medal, Buenos Aires Exposition, IQIO; 

Lippinroll prize, P. A. F. ,■/., mil: Poller Palmer Gold Medal, Art Institute, Chicago, 

79"; second 11'. A. Clark prize, silver medal, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Jgi3. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igiS- 
3257. From Tinicum Hill. 3262. The Sunlit Wall. 

3260. Little Village: Winter. 3264. Cherry Blossoms. 

3261. Sister. 3265. Quarry: Evening. 

GARRETT, EDMUND 

Horn Albany, A'. Y ., /A'l?. Studied ivitli Laurens, Boulanger, Lejebvre and Leroux in 
Paris. Honor: Silver medal. Boston, lSt)o. 
2575. Heart of New England. 

GAULEY. ROBERT DAVID 

Burn Ballybay, Ireland. /cV/.v Came to the Vnited States in iSS /. Studied i:it/i 
D. IV. Ross in Cambridge : Benson and Tarbell in Boston: Bouguereau and Fer- 
rier in Paris, and in Italy, Spain, Greece, Egypt and Holland. Member: A'. Y U'. 
C. C; A. N. A., iQoS. Honors: Bronze medal, Paris Exposition, igoo; honorable men- 
tion, Pan-.-1 merican Exposition, Buffalo, IQOI : bronze medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; 
Isidor prize, Salma. C... 1907: Clark prize, N. A. /)., igo8. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, KJI^. 
3367. Portrait: Pedro de Cordoba. 33S1. Reverie. 

GAY. WALTER 

Born Hingbam, .Mass., iS_';6. Studied iiith Bonnat in Paris. Member: .1. .V. A., 1904; 
Societe Nouvclle: Assoc. Soc. Nat. des Beaux-Arts : Soeiete de la Peinture a I'Eau; 
Royal Society If'ater Colors, Brussels: Nat. Inst, A. L. Honors: Honorable mention, 
Paris Salon, iSSfl; third class medal, Paris Salon, rSSS; gold medal, I'ienna, iSiJS: gold 
medal. Antiierp and Munich, 1804; gold medal, Berlin and Buda I'esth, /A'95/ silver 
medal, Paris Exposition, igon: silver medal, Pan-.l merican Exposition, Buffalo, igoi ; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, iSgj, Officer igo6. 
3856. Les Pigeons Savants. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

GELHAAR, EMIL 

Born Geple, Sv.eden. 1S62. Studied: Stockholm and Paris. 
4445. Packer Hall. 

GIFFORD, SANFORD R. 

Born Greenfield. A'. }'., iSjj: died. .Xeir York, iSSi). Studied: ./. R. Smith and National 
.Icademy. Elected A. X. .4., iS^l ; N. A., 18^4. 
2973. The Golden Horn. 

Lent by Hon. Charles H. Carey. 

GIHON, CLARENCE MONTFORT 

Horn Pliitadclphia. iSyi. Studied ni-ith Chase and Cox in Sev.: York: Laurens and 

Constant in Paris. Honor: Third prize. Paris. A. .1. .1. 
4166. A Corner: Rue de Vaugirard. 4395. Haunted House. 

4172. Peasant Houses. 

GILCHRIST, WALLACE W., JR. 

Member: A. C. Philadelphia. Honor: Third Ilallgarten prize. A'. A. D., igoS. 

1697. A Quiet Sea. 1701. Incoming Tide. 

1698. Twin Birches. 1702. Towards the Sun. 

1699. Rocks: The Maine Coast. 2198. The Old Gold Screen. 

1700. The Fish Dock. 2267. CJirl in Pink. 

GLACKENS, WILLIAM J. 

Born Philadelphia. iS'o. Studied: P. A. /•". A. and in Europe. Member: S. I.; S. A. 
A., igos; A. N. A., igo6; Am. P. S. Honors: Gold medals for drawings at Pan-Ameri- 



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PAINTERS AND ILLUSTRATORS 

GLACKENS. WILLIAM J. (Continued) 

I an F.xNisitio:i. Buffalo, Jooi ; silver tneiial for painting and bronze for illustration, Si. 

Louis Exposition, KJ04; honorable mention, ('. I. Pittshurnh, IQO^. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igrs. 
2466. Green Car. 2470. Girls Batliing. 

246S. Family Group. 2505. Chez Moiujiiin. 

2469. \Viiin,in willi .Apple. 

GLINTENKAMP, HENRY J. 

Born .lugusta, A. J., iHtiy. StuJieJ: .V. .7. li., and ivitli Robert Henri. 
4447. Wind Gap. 

GOODWIN, ARTHUR CLIFTON 

Bnni Portsmouth. S . II., tS'ih. Scli-lauf^ht. 
3791. Boylston Street: Boston. 3799. T Wharf: Bo«ton. 

3798. Boylston Street: Boston. 

GOTTHOLD. FLORENCE WOLF 

Born i'hrichsville, Ohio, ;A.i,S. Studied iiith B. R. Fitz and II. Siddons Mozibray. 
4I6S. The Yellow Cat. 

GRABACH, JOHN R. 

Born Xeiuark. X. ./.. jSS6. Studied: .1 . S. I.. N. Y., Sev: York City. 
2295. Banks of the Connecticut River. 

GRANT, LAWRENCE 

Silver Medal. Fanama-Paiifir International Exposition. San Francisco, I()I=.. 
41 7S. Fishiiif; Boats: C'oncarneau. 

GRANVILLE-SMITH, WALTER 

Born Graniille, A'. }'., iS/O. Studied ii-itli Walter Satterlee and .4, S. L. of Neiv 

York, and in Europe. Honors: Third Uallfiarten prize. A'. .7. D., igm; bronze medal, 

Charleston Exposition, igoj; E-vans prize, A. /F. 6'. S., igo^; first prize, Worcester, 

li)o(->: honorable mention, C. I. Pittsburgh, igoy ; Inness gold medal, N. A. D., igoS: 

bronze medal, Buenos .lires Exposition, igio; Vezin prize, Salma. C, iQir; third honor, 

.1 ppalachian Exposition. Knoxville, igi3: first prize, Worcester .let Museum. igo6; 

honorable mention, Carnegie Institute, tgoy ; Samuel T. Shaw Purchase prize. Salma. C, 

N. Y., 1913. Member: A. N. A., igoS ; A. IV. C. S. 
2447. Clearing Mists. 4306. The Landing. 

2455. Queen's Lace. 4319. The Boat Shop. 

3322. Summer Breeze. 
GRAY. FREDERICK G. 

Born St. Louis. Studied ivith Laurens in Paris. 

Siker .Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igij. 
3378. Portrait. 3475. Early Morning. 

3417. Portrait Study: Hon. Joseph G. Cannon. 
GRAY, HENRY PETERS 

Born in i\'e<iv York, iSig: died there iSyy. Began study of art under Huntington, iSsS. 

Went to Europe in iS;v. Returned and painted chiefly portraits from 1S4S I" 1S46. 

Made a second visit abroad. President of N. .1. D., l86g to JS/I, in which year he 

•went to Rome, ivhere he remained until 1S/4. 
2790. Cupid Begging His Arrows. 

Lent hy The Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine .'\rts. 
GRAY, PERCY 

Born in San Francisco, Cal., i86g. Studied: San Francisco and i\'e<w York. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igi-,. 
1773. (Jut (if the Desert: Oregon. 
GRIFFIN, WALTER 

Born Portland, Maine, lS6t. Associate member A'. A. D. A'. Y.; N. S. IV. C. C. 

Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igi^. 



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GRIFFIN, WALTER (Continued) 

2226. May Morning. 2231. Late Afternoon: Breton Village. 

2227. Springtime. 2232. Zattere: Venice. 

2228. Bridge: Venice. 223+. Church of S. Trovaso: Venice. 
2230. Grand Canal: Venice No. 1. 2235. Grand Canal: Venice No. 2. 
GROLL, ALBERT LOREY 

Born in Xeiv York, iS66. Studied zcilfi Gysis and Loefftz in Munich. Member: A. N. 
A., 1906; N. A., igio; N. Y. If. C. C; A. IV. C. S. Honors: Morgan prize, Saltna. C, 
190s; honorable mention, Munich; Shaw prize, Salma. C, 1904; silver medal, St. Louis 
Exposition, 1904; Sesnan medal, P. A. F. A., 1906; medals Buenos .lires and Santiago 
Expositions, 1910; Innes gold medal, N. A. D., 1912. 
Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191$. 

2139. Lake Louise. 2325. Peace: Hopiland. 

2312. Arizona Desert. 

GROSSMAN, EDWIN BOOTH 

Born in Boston, 1887. Studied ii.it h Chase and Henri in AVw York; Richard Miller 

in Paris. 
2309. Still Life. 

GROVER, OLIVER DENNETT 

Born Earl-ville, III., 1S61. Studied: Munich, Royal .Academy, ivith Frank Duveneck in 
Florence and I'enice; Boulanger, Jean Paul Laurens in Paris. Member: S. If. A., 
Chicago S. A., Mural Painters. Honors: First Yerkes prize, 1892; silver and bronze 
medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, 1904; Fine .Irts prize, 1906 and 1914; 
Martin Cahn prize, Chicago, 1913. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2210. Ponte Vecchio: Florence. 3601. Rocky Shore: Lake Garda. 

GUERIN, JULES 

Born St. Louis, Mo., 1S66. Studied with Constant and Laurens in Paris. Member: 
A. If. C. S.; N. y. If. C. C; S. I.; Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: First Yerkes medal, Chicago; 
honorable mention, Paris Exposition, 1900; honorable mention for drawings, Pan-Ameri- 
can Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; silver medal St. Louis Exposition, 1904. 
Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1756. Cairo: The Blue Mosque. 1767. The Three Wise Men. 

1764. The Mosque of Sulieman: Constant!- 1768. A Bazaar in Constantinople. 

nople. 1769. Temple of Sunium. 

1765. Pigeon Mosque: Constantinople. 1776. Landscape near Siena. 

1766. Eyub on the Golden Horn. 

GUSTIN, PAUL MORGAN 

Born fancouver. If ash., 1S86. Honor: Seattle Fine Arts Society prize, 1914. 

2320. November Evening: Puget Sound. 2337. Great Cloud. 

2329. The Cascades from Pyramid Park. 2339. Mountain Snowfields. 

2336. Mount Rainier. 4092. A Clearing in the Northwest. 

GUTMANN, BERNHARD 

Born Hamburg, Germany, 1S69. Studied: Dusseldorf and Karlsrhue Academies, 

Germany. 
4107. Nude. 

HAGGIN, BEN ALI 

Member of the National Association of Portrait Painters, New York; N. A. D., New York. 
Honor: Third Hallgarten prize. National .Academy of Design, 1909. 
3081. Little White Dancer. 

HAILMAN, JOHANNA K. WOODWELL 

Born Pittsburgh, iS/l. Honors: Second Honor, .Issociated .Irtists of Pittsburgh, 1911. 
Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igij. 

3002. A Tropical Menage. 3004. Tony. 

3003. To Market in the West Indies. 

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PAINTERS AND ILLUSTRATORS 

HALE, LILIAN WESTCOTT 

Born IlartforJ, Conn.. iSSl. Studied idtk Tarbell, Chase and Philip I.. Hale. Honors: 

Bronze medal, Buenos Aires Exposition, igio. 

Gold Medal, for Oil Painting, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 

Medal of Honor, for Dra^ving, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 
1915 

1717. China Astsrs. 1726. Anemonies. 

1718. Bleeding Hearts. 2997. The Fortune Teller. 

1720. Gardenia Rose. 2998. Celia's Arbor. 

1724. Portrait of Nancv. 3S03. Lavender and Old Ivory. 

1725. Madonna Lilies.' 3806. Portrait. 

HALE, PHILIP LESLIE 

Born Boston, 1S6}. Studied ivlth J. .llden H'eir in S'eiv York. Honors: Honorable 
mention, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, igoi ; bronze medal, St. Louis Exposition, 
J<)04; gold medal, Buenos Aires Exposition, igio. Instructor at Boston Museum School 
and P. A. F. A. 

Member of the International Jury of Aiuards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 
San Francisco, igiS- 

1719. Autumn Fruits. 3776. Portrait. 

1721. A Passing Hour. 3778. Sun Bath. 

1722. Lilies of the Madonna. 3779. La Princesse Lointaine. 

1723. Wistaria and the Mysterious Miss 3780. Woman with Roses. 

Wistar. 3804. The Tower of Ivory. 

3775. A Family Affair. 

HALE, WALTER 

Born Chicago, III., iS6g. Studied: Minneapolis School of Fine Arts; Neiu York, Lon- 
don, Paris. Member: Royal Society of Painters, Etchers, London, iSgSi ""'^ Society of 
Illustrators, New York. 

1120. After the Rain: Bayeux. 4304. The Walk Along the Ramparts. 

1136. Ruined Castle on the Neckar. 4317. The Chapel on the Rock: Le Puy. 

HALL, KLEBER 

Born riltsficLt, Mass., 1SS3. Studied: Museum of Fine .4rts, Boston, Mass.; Ifm. M. 
Chase, Keiv York School of Art. 
3369. Constance. 

HALLOWELL, GEORGE HAWLEY 

Born Boston, lH/j. Studied uith Benson, Tarbell and H. B. IVarren in painting; 

Rotch and H. L. H^arren in architecture. Member: N. Y. W. C. C, igo4. Honors: 
Seal prize, N. Y. If^. C. C, igo4; gold medal, St. Louis Exposition, igo4. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igi^. 
1705. Wood's Lake. 1738. New Hampshire Snow. 

1735. The Logan. 1739. Island Lake. 

1736. The Snow Path. 1740. The Choppers. 

1737. The Driving Pitch. 

HALPERT, SAMUEL 

Born in Neiv York. Studied with Bonnat in Paris. 
4335. Still Life. 4393. Interior. 

4365. Lake George. 

HAMILTON, JAMES 

Born near Belfast, Ireland, 18 ig; died in Philadelphia, iSyS. Taught drawing, ff'ent 
to England in 1S54 to study works of Turner. 
2719. Old Ironsides. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 
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HAMILTON, JOHN MCLURE 

Born Philadelphia, 1853. Studied: P. A. F. A.; Royal Academy in Antwerp; Ecole 
des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Member: Philadelphia IV. C. C. (hon.). Honors: honorable 
mention, Paris Salon, 1892; gold medal, P an-. 4 m eric an Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; gold 
medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904. Has lived in London since 1S78. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 
San Francisco, 1915. 



1534. Chagrin. 

1535. Drawing. 

1536. Binding Her Tresses. 

1537. Slieffield Plate. 

1538. Changeable TaflFeta. 

1539. The Debutante. 

1540. Interested. 

1541. The Victory. 

1542. King's Cream Pony. 

1543. King's Cream Pony. 

1544. King's Cream Pony. 

1545. King's Cream Pony. 

1546. Roval Coach. 

1547. Qui Vive! 

1548. Girl Stretching. 

2404. Gladstone at Hawarden. 

2413. Pennell. 

2417. Mother. 

2420. Sir Archibald Glikie. 



Berlin, Italy. Paris. 

4449. The Poor. 



1514. After the Ball. 

1515. Portrait Sketch. 

1516. The Coquette. 

1517. Half Hour Before Dinner. 

1518. Meditation. 

1519. Reverie. 

1520. The Mirror. 

1521. The Wind. 

1522. Girl Yawning. 

1523. Sketch. 

1524. The Mincing Maid. 

1525. Sketch. 

1526. Drawing. 

1527. The Empty Bed. 

1528. The Dancer. 

1529. Drawing. 

1530. I Won't. 

1531. Resignation. 

1532. Flirtation. 

1533. The Tulle Sleeve. 

HAMILTON, MARY RITER 

Born Culroso, Canada. Studied: 
4394. Old Woman: Study. 

HAMILTON, WILBUR DEAN 

Born Sommerfield, Pa., 1S62. Studied: Ecole des Beaux-.lrts in Paris. Member: N. Y. 

Arch. Lg., iSgg. Honors: Jordan prize in Boston; medal, Atlanta Exposition, iSg^. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igij. 
2581. Portrait. 4407. Portrait of Justice McKenna. 

4182. Spring. 

HAMMOND, ARTHUR J. 

Born I'crnon, Conn., JS75. Studied: Boston, Eric Pape. 

3372. The Old Artist. 

HANSEN, ARMIN C. 

Born in San Francisco, 1886. Studied: San Francisco, Stuttgart, Munich, Antwerp. 

Sil-ver .Medal, Panama-Pacific Internationa! Exposition, San Francisco, 191$. 
2441. The Belated Boat. 3161. At the Breakfast Table. 

HARDING, CHESTER 

Born Conway, Mass., 1792; died Boston. 1S66. Portrait painter. Self-taught. Went 
to London in 1832 and met with much success. 
2801. John Randolph of Roanoke. 

Lent by Corcoran Art Gallery. 

HARDING, GEORGE 

Born Philadelphia. Studied: 
69. The Fisherwoman. 
4345. The Wreckers. 
4354. Colombo Harbor. 

HARLAND, MARY 

Born in England. Studied 



P. A. F. A., with Howard Pyle. Member: S. 
4357. Busy Day at the Docks. 
4360. Night: Australian Desert. 



Mr. Borough Johnson's studio, 
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PAINTERS AND ILLUSTRATORS 

HARLAND, MARY (Continued) 

Paris. Honors: Siker medal, Alaska-Padfic-Yukon Exposition. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, IplS- 
1212. Italian Fisherman. 

HARPER, MARIAN DUNLAP 

Born Keokuk, loiia, jtiS^. Studied: .Irt Institute, Chicago, Paris. 
1830. Miss G. 1831. My Dear. 

HARRISON, ALEXANDER 

Born Philadelphia, iSj$. Studied: P. A. F. A.; Ecole des Beaux-.lrts, Bastien Lepage 

and Gerome in Paris. Member: S. A. A., 1885; A. N. A., 1898; N. A., ujoi; Phila. 

If. C. C. ( hon.) ; Cercle d'Union Artistique; Soc. Nat. de Beaux-.'Irts; Royal Institute 

of Painters in Oil Colors, London; Soc. of Secessionists, Berlin and Munich (cor.); Nat. 

Inst. -■/. L. Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 188}; Temple silver medal, P. A. 

F. A., l8Sy; gold medal, Paris Exposition, iSSi); second medal, Munich Salon, 1891; 

medal of honor, Brussels and Ghent, l8gi; gold medal of honor, P. A. F. A., 1894; 

medals of honor at I'ienna and Berlin. Chevalier of Legion of Honor, 1889, officer 1901 ; 

Officer of Public Instruction, by French Government. 
2526. Moon Clouds. 2597. Sun: Sea. 

2557. Sun Glitter. 3080. The Joy of Life. 

2566. Wave Glitter. 4161. Nature's Mirror. 

HARRISON, BIRGE 

Born Philadelphia, 18S4. Studied •with Cabanel in Paris. Member: A. N. A., 1902; 
N. A., 1910; S. A. A., 1S82.; Nat. Inst. A. L.; N. A. C. (life). Honors: Silver medal, 
Paris Exposition, iSSg; medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1S93; bronze medal, 
Pan-.lmcrican Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; second Corcoran prize, S. IVash. A., 1904; 
silver medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; "Hors Concours," Paris Salon. Director and 
chief instructor. Summer Landscape School of .4rt Students' League of Neiv y'ork. 

2236. White Wings. 2240. The Tow on the Lake. 

2239. The Red Saw Mill. 2242. Evening in Philadelphia. 

HART, JAMES McDOUGAL 

Born Kilmarnock, Scotland, 1S3S; died New York, 1901. Taken to .Imerica in 1831. 

Studied with his brother, H'ilUam Hart, and in 18^1 with Schirmer in Dussetdorf. 

A. N. A., 1857; N. A., 1S59. 
2714. On the Croton. 

Lent by Fred E. Sander, Esq. 

HARTMAN, C. BERTRAM 

Born Junction City, Kansas, iSSj. Studied: .4rt Institute, Chicago. Member: S. IV. .4. 

3243. Two Natures. 

HASELTINE, CHARLES F. 

Born Philadelphia, 1840. Studied in Europe. Honors: Gold medal, .American .Irt 

.-Issociation; second prize, Philadelphia Sketch Club. 
2689. Summer Day in Vermont. 2725. In the Woods. 

2693. Summer Day in New Hampshire. 

HASELTINE, WILLIAM STANLEY 

Born Philadelphia, 1835. Studied: Philadelphia, with Paul If'eber; Dusseldorf. Ger- 
many. Painted over thirty years in Dusseldorf, Fenice and Rome. Academician Pennsyl- 
vania Academy of the Fine Arts: Academician of New York Academy of Design, 
elected 1S61. 

2730. Cannes. 

HASSAM, CHILDE 

Born Boston, 18^9. Studied with Boiilanger and Lefebvre in Paris. Member: A. N. A. 
1902; N. A. 1006; A. IF. C. S.; N. Y. If. C. C; Ten Am. P.; Munich Session (cor.); 
Assoc. Soc. Nat. des Beaux-Arts; Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: Bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 
1SS9; gold medal, Munich, 189.'; medal A. C. Phila., 1S92; bronze medal, Columbian Ex- 



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HASSAM. CHILDE (Continued) 

position, Chicago, 1S93; prize, Cleveland Art Assoc, iSgsi Webb prize, S. A. A., 189S: 
prize, Boston A. C, iSg6; second class medal, C. I. Pittsburgh, iSgS ; Temple gold medal, 
P. A. /■'. A., iSgg; silver medal, Paris Exposition, igoo; gold medal, Pan-American Expo- 
sition, Buffalo, igoi; gold medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; Clarke prize, N. A. D., 
igos; third class medal, C. I. Pittsburgh, igo3; Lippincolt prize, P. A. F. A., igo6; 
Carnegie prize, S. A. A., igo6; third prize, If'orcester, igo6; Sesnan gold medal, P. A. 
F. A., jgio; third H\ A. Clark prize, Corcoran A. G., igio; Evans prize. A. IV. C. S., 
igi2. 

3696. The Terre Cuit Tea Set. 3716. The Fete of Lannion: Grey Evening. 

3697. Newfields: New Hampshire. 3717. Brelevenez. 

3698. Moonrise at Sunset. 371S. Lannion. 

3699. Isles of Shoals: Duck Island. 3719. Brelevenez; 2nd. 

3700. The Squall: Gloucester. 3720. The Quais: Lannion. 

3701. Der Groot House: Haarlem. 3721. The Blue Sea: Appledore. 

3702. St. Michaels: Lannion. 3722. The Old House: September. 

3703. Skull Springs: Oregon. 3723. The Old House with Elms. 

3704. Happy Valley: Harney Desert. 3724. Weir's Farm: The Rain. 

3705. Puerta del Sol: Toledo. 3725. Street in Haarlem. 

3706. Brittany Cottage. 3726. Antwerp Cathedral Spire. 

3707. In the Shadow of the Vine. 3727. La Clarte. 

3708. Reading the Letter. 3728. Sunset: New England Coast. 

3709. Diana's Bath. 3729. The Ancient Window of Nemours. 

3710. The West Indian Girl. 3730. The Yachts: Gloucester Harbor. 

3711. Couch on the Porch: Cos Cob. 3731. Aphrodite. 

3712. New England Peaches and Grapes. 3732. The South Ledges. 

3713. The Strawberry Tea Set. 3733. The Woman with Black Furs and Fire 

3714. Portrait of a Young Girl. Opals. 

3715. California Hills in Spring. 

HAWLEY, MARGARET FOOTE 

Born Guilford, Conn., iSHo. Studied: Corcoran School, Washington, D. C; Academy 
Colorossi, Paris, etc. 

1297. Portrait of Miss Barbara Quin. 1300. Sketch of a Jewish Boy. 

1298. Portrait of Miss Jean Hooke. 1303. Portrait of Clarence Williams. 

HAWORTH, EDITH 

Born Detroit, Mich., l8yo. Studied: Detroit, Ne^u York, Paris. 

1048. Rainy Evening. 4133. Cypress Tree. 

4131. Gibraltar. 4134. African Coast. 

4132. Midsummer. 4135. Village Street: Provincetown. 

HAWTHORNE, CHARLES WEBSTE R 

Born in Maine, 1872. Studied: N. A. D. and A. S. L. in N. Y.; Chase at Shinnecock, 
L. I. Member: A. N. A., igoS; N. A., igil; N. A. C; Assoc. Societe Nat. des Beaux- 
.irts, Paris. Honors: Obrig. prize, Salma. C igoj; first Hallgarten prize, N. A. D., 
ig04; Evans prize, Salma. C, 1904; Shaiu prize, Salma. C, ig04; second prize, Wor- 
cester, igo4: second Hallgarten prize, N. .7. D.. igo6: honorable mention, C. I. Pitts- 
burgh, igoS; silver medal, Buenos .^ires Exposition, igio; Clark prize, N. A. D., igil. 
Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igi^. 

3842. Fisherman's Daughter. 3844. The Market Woman. 

3S43. Granddaughter. 3855. Mother and Child. 

HAYDEN, CHARLES H. 

Born Plymouth, Mass., 1836; died Belmont, Mass., igor. Studied: Boston Museum of 
Fine .'Irts; Boulanger, Lefebvre and R. Colin in Paris. Honors: Honorable mention, 
Paris Exposition, i88g ; Jordan prize, Boston, iSgs; silver medal, .Atlanta Exposition, 
l8g$; bronze medal, Paris Exposition, igoo. 

2621. Landscape. 

Lent by St. Botolph Club. 



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PAIXTURS AND ILLUSTRATORS 

HAZELTON, MARY BREWSTER 

Born Milton, Mass. Sliidifd: Museum Fine .Iris School, Boston, and Edmund C. Tar- 
belt. Honors: Pear's prize, first Paige scholarship, Hallgarten prize, 1896, N. A. D.; 
honorable mention, Pan-.lmerican Exposition, Buffalo, J^OI. 
Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2107. The Letter. 2272. Reverie. 

HAZEN, WILHELMINA 

Born Gilroy, Cat., 1S81. Studied: School of Design; .4cademie Moderne, Paris. 

1888. Twin Pearls. 1891. Brownie. 

1890. La Senora G. 
HEALY, G. P. A. 

Born Boston, iSiS; died Chicago, 1894. Studied in Paris from l8s6. Went to Chicago 
about iSsS and painted portraits. Revisited Europe in 1869, and resided long in Rome. 
Honors: Third class medal, 1S40; second class, 18^5. 
2796. Daniel Webster. 

Lent by John Frederick Lewis, Esq. 

HECHT, VICTOR DAVID 

Born Paris, France, iSys- Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y.; Lefebvre and Robert-Fleury in 
Paris; Julien .Academy. Member: Nat. .4ssn. of Portrait Painters. 
4165. Portrait of Mrs. Irving Stern. 

HEIL, CHARLES EMILE 

Born Boston, l8~o. Studied in Boston and Paris. 

Gold .Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

944. Young Catbird. 1040. Golden-crowned Kinglet No. 2. 

945. Bluejay. 1041. Phoebe. 

946. Blackcap Chickadee. 1042. Golden-crowned Kinglet No. 1. 

1038. Field Sparrow. 1043. Young Bluejay. 

1039. Chickens. 
HENDERSON. A. ELIZABETH 

Born .Ishtand, Ky.. iS/S- Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y.; Neiu York School of Art, and 
Cincinnati Academy. 

1201. The Daily Chapter. 1207. Lessons. 

1203. The Violin. 

HENRI, ROBERT 

Born Cincinnati, Ohio, /iW.i. Studied: P. A. F. A .; Julien Academy and Ecole des Beaux- 
.4rts in Paris ; in Spain and Italy. Member: S. A. A. icjns; A. N. A. 190^; N. A. 1906; 
Nat. Inst. .4. L.; Port. P.; .tm. P. S. Honors: Silver medal, Pan-.lmerican Exposition, 
Buffalo, 1901 ; silver medal, St. Louis Exposition, IQ04; Harris prize, A. I. C, 1905; gold 
medal, A. C. Phila., 1909; silver medal, Buenos Aires Exposition, 1910. 
Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2487. Chinese Lady. 2495. Yen Tsidi (Ground Sparrow). 

2489. Himself. 2498. Blue Kimono. 

2491. Odalisque. 2501. Ladv in Black Velvet. 

2493. Herself. 

HENRY, EDWARD LAMSON 

Born Charleston, S. C, iS./i. Studied: P. A. F. A. and F. JVeher in Philadelphia; 
Suisse, Gleyre and Courbet in Paris. Member: A. N. A. 1867; N. A. 1869; A. IV. C. S. 
Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Exposition, lS8g; medal, Nevj Orleans Exposition, 
1885; medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, l8c;s; bronze medal, Pan-American Expo- 
sition, Buffalo, 1901 ; silver medal, Charleston Exposition, 1902; bronze medal, St. Louis 
Exposition, 1904. 

2931. The Presidential F.leclinn of 1844. 

HERKOMER, HERMAN G. 

Born Cleveland. Ohio, 186$. Studied: Neiu York, London, Munich and Paris. Honors: 
Honorable mention, Paris Salon. 



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HERKOMER, HERMAN G. (Continued) 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
3361. Mrs. Hamilton Griffin. 3365. Portrait: William Harvey, Esq. 

3363. Sir Hubert von Herkomer, R. A. 

HERR, MARGARET 

Born Ohio, 1SS6. Studied: Ne-xu York School of Art. Honors: Scholarship, jgoQ; first 
miniature prize from Catherine Lorrilard IVolfe Club, N. Y ., igio. 
1789. Portrait of Miss Dougal. 1791. Malvina. 

HEUERMANN, MAGDA 

Born Galeshurg. 111. Studied •with F. H. C. Lammons in Chicago; Roth Lenbach and 
Duerr in Munich. Member: Artists' Guild, Chicago S. A. C. Honors: Medals at 
New Orleans, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893- 

1898. Franz von Lenbach. 1907. My Father. 

1899. Miss Virginia. 

HEYNEMANN, JULIA H. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
4115. Old Chinatown, San Francisco. 4199. Mrs. Arthur Symons. 

4188. Miss Molly Muir. 4433. The Spanish Coat. 

HICKS. THOMAS 

Born in Xeivton, Pa., iSjs; died 1S90. Began portrait painting at fifteen. Studied: 
P. A. F. .4.; N. A. and in London, Paris, Florence and Rome. Returned to New York in 
1849 and began a successful career as a portrait painter. President Artists' Fund Society 
of New York, 1S73-1S85. 
2703. A Friendly Warning. 

Lent by Robert M. Olyphant, Esq. 

HIGGINS, EUGENE 

Born Kansas City, Mo., 1874. Studied with Laurens, Benjamin-Constant, Gerome and 
Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Member Societe National des Beaux-Arts et Lettres. 

2262. The Strange Land. 

HILDEBRANDT, CORNELIA ELLIS 

Born Eau Claire, Wis. Studied: Art Institute, Chicago; Dresden, Germany; Paris, 

with Augustus Koopman and Virginia Reynolds. 
1312. Baby's Head. 
HILL, THOMAS 
2748. Foothills in Mariposa County. 2756. Lake Tenaya. 

HILLS, LAURA COOMBS 

Born Newhuryport, Mass., 1859. Studied with Helen M. Knowlton; Cowles Art School 
in Boston: A. S. L. of N. Y. Member: S. A. A., 1S97 ; A. N. A., 1906; Am. S. Min. P. 
(vice-president). Honors: Bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; second Corcoran 
prize, S. H'ash. A., 1901; silver medal, Pan-.-imerican Exposition, Buffalo, IQOI; silver 
medal, Charleston Exposition, 1902 ; gold medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904. 
Medal of honor, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1947. Little Agnes. 1951. Portrait. 

1948. Girl with Violets. 1952. Psyche. 

1949. Miss Margaret Curzon Hale. 4190. The Morning Cup. 

1950. The Nymph. 

HINKLE, CLARENCE K. 

Born Auburn, Cai, 1S80. Studied: P. A. F. A. 
2131. Portrait. 

HITCHCOCK, GEORGE 

Born Providence, R. I., 1850. Studied with Lefebvre and Boulanger in Paris; H. If. 
Mesdag in Holland. Member: A. N. .4. 1909; Vienna .Icademy (cor.); Munich Seces- 



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HITCHCOCK, GEORGE (Continued) 

sion. Officer Order of Franz Josef. Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1H87 ; 

gold medal, Paris Exposition, l8S^; medal Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; 

medals, Berlin, 1S96; Dresden, iS^/ : Vienna, 1898; Munich, igoo. 
2615. Vanquished. 2616. In Brabant. 

HITTLE. MARGARET A. 

Born I'iclor, loii-a, 1SS6. Studied: A. I. C. Honor: Frederick Magnus Brand Composi- 
tion, second prize, l()OC). 

4086. Flower Beds at Reissig's. 

HOBART. CLARK 

Born Rockford, III. Studied: Mark Hopkins Institute, San Francisco; A. S. L. of New 
York; three years in Paris; luith Cadenasso, then liith Keith in San Francisco; Robert 
Blum in New York. 

4104. Tlie Blue Bay: Monterey. 

HOEBER, ARTHUR 

Born Neii' York. 18^4. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y. under Beckwith; Ecole des Beaux- 
Arts, under Gerome in Paris. Member : .4. N. A., igog. Honors: Honorable mention, 
Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. 
3292. The .Meadow Brook. 3316. Spray. 

HOFFMAN, HARRY LESLIE 

Born Cresson, Pa. Studied 'with DuMond in New York; Laurens in Paris. 
Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, /p/5. 
4180. A Mood of Spring. 4197. Saturday Morning, Savannah Market. 

HOMER, WINSLOW 

Born in Boston, 1836; died igio. Studied for a brief time at the N. A. D. and with 
Frederic Rondel, but was mainly self-taught. Member N. A. D.; A. IV. C. S.; Nat. Inst. 
A. L. Honors: Gold medal. World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, i8q^; first prize, 
Carnegie Institute, i8(j6; gold medal, P. .^. F. A., i8g6; gold medal, Exposition Univer- 
selle, Paris, igoo; gold medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, iQOi; Temple gold 
medal, P. .1. F. A., 1902; gold medal, Charleston Exposition, igo3; gold medal. Universal 
Exposition, St. Louis, 1904. 

2514. The Coming Storm. 2521. Summer Afternoon. 

Lent by the Lotus Club. 2522. The Butterfly. 

2515. The Home Signal. 2523. The Yellow Jacket. 

2516. Sunlight and Shadow. 2524. An Adirondack Lake. 

2517. Fisherfolks: Tynemouth. Lent by Horace C. Henry, Esq. 

2518. A Country Lad. 2525. Gathering Autumn Leaves. 

2519. Afternoon' Fog. 2540. The Water Melon Bug. 

Lent by John Calvin Stevens, Esq. 2548. Unruly Calf. 

2520. The Wreck. Lent by the Brooklyn Museum. 

Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 

HOOPER, ROSA 

Born in San Francisco, 1S76. Studied: Paris, Dresden, San Francisco. Honor: Alaska- 
Yukon Exposition, "Grand Prix." 

1205. Doesn't Your Mama Wash Your 1206. A Frenchman. 

Face? 1208. Grandfather. 

HOPKINS, JAMES R. 

Born in Ohio. iSy8. Studied: Cincinnati .Irt Academy. Honors: Lippincott prize, 

P. A. F. A., igoS; Bronze .Medal, Buenos Aires, igio. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igiS- 
2241. Memories. 2308. Frivolitv. 

2243. Mandarin Blue. 2318. Beside the Lake. 

HOPKINSON, CHARLES 

Born Cambridge, Mass., l86g. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y. Member: S. A. A., 1898; 



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HOPKINSON, CHARLES (Continued) 

Honors: Bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, igoi; bronze medal, St. Louis Expo- 
sition, igo4; second prize ($200), Worcester Museum, jgo3 and 1905. 
Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1913. 

1703. Effect of Light. 3371. Portrait. 

1704. Effect of Light. 3470. Knitting. 

1707. Effect of Light. 4201. Salem Bav: Massachusetts. 

1708. Effect of Light. 

HOULAHAN, KATHLEEN 

Born in Winnipeg, Canada. Studied ivith Robert Henri. 
2694. Portrait. 

HOVENDEN, THOMAS 

Born in Ireland, 1S40: died in iSgj. Came to United States in lS6s. One of the first to 
take up Brittany subjects. Painted studies of Negro life. "Breaking Home Ties" <wa3 
conspicuous in World's Columbian Exposition in 1S93. Taught in the Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts after Thomas Eakins. 
2964. Peonies. 2972. Breaking Home Ties. 

Lent by Edward H. Coates, Esq. Lent by Charles Custos Harrison, 

Esq. 

HOWARD, CLARA E. 

Born Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1866. Studied: A. S. L.; N. A. D., Ne<iv York; William M. 
Chase; George de Forest-Brush. Member: American Society of Miniature Painters; 
Association of Western Painters and Sculptors. 
1286. Cadet. 

HOWE, WILLIAM HENRY 

Born Ravenna, Ohio, 1846. Studied with Otto de Thoren and Vuillefroy in Paris. 
Member: A. N. A., lSg4; N. A., iSgy ; S. A. A., iSgg; Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: Hon- 
orable mention, Neiu Orleans Exposition, iSS^; honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1886; 
third class medal, Paris Salon, j888; silver medal, Paris Exposition, l88g; Temple 
gold medal, P. A. F. A., l8go; grand gold medal. Crystal Palace, London, l8go; gold 
medal, Boston, iSgo; medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, l8gs: gold medal, California 
Mid-Winter Exposition, lSg4; gold medal, Atlanta Exposition, iSgs; Officer d'Academie, 
Paris, i8g6; Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, l8gg; silver medal, Pan-American Expo- 
sition, Buffalo, igoi. 
2576. Low Lands: Holland. 

HOWLAND, ALFRED C. 

Born Walpole, N. H., 1838. Died Pasadena, Cal., jgog. Studied: Dusseldorf Royal 
Academy, with Emile Lambinet in Paris three years. .Issociated liiith the Barbizon 
artists. 

2687. Saturday Afternoon. 2708. At Cernay la Ville. 

2688. At Manchester: Vermont. 

HOWLAND, ALLEN S. 

Born Sivatov:, China. Studied: Boston Museum of Fine Arts School with E. C. Tarbell, 
Frank W. Benson and Philip L. Hale. 
1913. Portrait of Miss A. 1915. Portrait Study. 

HUBBARD, MARY WILSON 

Born Springfield, Mass, 18/I. Studied: A. S. L. of New York; Constant in Paris. 
4355. A Portrait Sketch. 

HUBBELL, HENRY SALEM 

Born Paola, Kan., 1870; Studied: A. I. C; Whistler, Collin, Laurens and Constant in 
Paris. Member: A. N. A., jgo6; Port. P.; S. W. A.; N. A. C. Honors: Honorable 
mention, Paris Salon, igoi; third class medal, Paris Salon, Jg04 ; silver medal, St. Louis 
Exposition, ig04; third prize, Worcester, Mass., Museum, 1903; third Harris prize and 
bronze medal, A. I. C, igio. 

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HUDSPETH, R. N. 

Born Caledonia. Ontario, Canada, 1862. Studied: Academy Julien, Paris. 
1242. Miss Dorithy Dodge. 1246. Rev. Canon Tremayne. 

HUNT, E. AUBREY 

Born fVeymouth, Mass., iS^S- Studied ivit/i Gerome in Paris. Member: English Art 

Club, London. 
2537. A Tidal River. 4352. Morocco. 

HUNT, WILLIAM MORRIS 

Born Brattleboro, It., liSj-/; died ll'eal/ierfield. It., iSyg. Entered the Dusseldorf Academy 
in 1846 to study sculpture. Studied under Couture in Paris, and in Holland. In 1862 
opened a studio in Boston, inhere he painted many portraits and figure compositions. 
Best knoivn portrait ivas that of Chief Justice Shaiv. In iS/S it:ent to Mexico. His 
famous picture of Niagara Falls sold for ten thousand dollars a short time after his 
death. He executed in the Capitol at .Albany the first American mural paintings of 
importance. 

2S2S. Silver Lake: Newtonville, Mass. 2970. The Flight of Night. 

2530. Woman's Portrait. Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 

Lent by Mrs. Inez Gilmore. of the Fine Arts. 

HUNTER, ISABEL 

4296. On the Exposition Grounds: No. 1. 4297. On the Exposition Grounds: No. 2. 

HUNTER, SARA KATHERINE 

1844. Study of a Head. 

HUNTINGTON, DANIEL 

Born in \eiv York, 1S16; died igo6. Studied ix;ith S. F. B. .Morse, and later iiith Inman, 
and iiith Ferrero in Rome in lSS9 and 1S44. President of the N. A. D. for twenty-fi-vt 
years; resigned in iScjo. Received degree of LL.D. from Hamilton College. 

2734. Slcetcher. 

Lent by the Brooklyn Museum. 

HUNTINGTON, MARGARET WENDELL 

Born i\ahant. Mass. Studied: Xeiv York, Madrid and Paris. Member of Union Inter- 
nationale des Beaux-.lrts et des Lettres, Paris, 1913. 

3016. Still Life. 

HURLEY, EDWARD TIMOTHY 

Born Cincinnati, iStx;. Studied: Cincinnati Art .Academy under Frank Duveneck. 
Member: Chicago S. E.; S. /F. A. 
2444. Murmuring. 3144. The New Year. 

HURLEY, IRENE BISHOP 

Born Colorado Springs, Colo., 1S81; Studied: Cincinnati Art Academy. Member: S. IV. A. 
1331. Portrait of Mrs. H. 

HURRY, LUCY W. 

Born Hagerstown, Md., 1884. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y., ivith Kenyan Cox. 

1044. The Peacock. 1046. Waiting for the Stagecoach. 

1045. The Concert in the Garden. 

HUTCHISON, F. W. 

Born Montreal. Canada. Studied: Montreal, ivith Brymner : Chase School, New York; 
Julien Academy, Paris, tilth Benjamin Constant and Jean Paul Laurens. 
3602. A Northern River. 

HYDE, WILLIAM HENRY 

Born New York. /A'ScV. Studied with Boulanger. Lefebvre, Doucet and .llexander Har- 
rison in Paris. Member: A. N. A., igoo; S. A. A., j8gs. Honors: Honorable mention, 
Paris Exposition, igoo; bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition. Buffalo, igoi. 
Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igi}. 
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HYETT, WILL J. 

Born Cheltenham, England, 1S76. Studied: Chaltenham Art School; also with Sir Alfred 

East. R. A. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igij. 
3590. Cross Roads: Ravenrock. 

INGERSOLL, EMMA K. H. 

Born Chicago, III., iSyS. Studied: Chicago Art Institute. Honors: Bronze Medal, St. 
Louis Exposition. 

1910. Mary Meigs. 1917. Portrait Sketch. 

1911. Baby Dan. 

INMAN, HENRY 

Born in Vtica. N. Y., iSoi ; died in Neiu York, J846. Studied tilth J. If. Jarvis. One of 
the founders of the N. A. D. and its first vice-president. Settled in Philadelphia, 1832, 
•where he ivas engaged in the introduction of lithography. Director P. A. F. A., 1834-36. 
risited Europe in 1845. 
2715. Portrait of Henr>' Pratt. 2747. Mumble-the-Peg. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 

of the Fine Arts. of the Fine Arts. 

2726. Picnic in the Catskills. 

Lent by the Brooklyn Museum. 

INNESS, GEORGE 

Born Aeivburgh, N. Y., 1825. Died 1894. Studied in AVif York and in the European 
capitals; under Regis Gignoux in New York for a few months. Spent the years 1847-4S 
studying and painting in Rome. Elected Associate of National Academy, 1853; academi- 
cian, 1S6S. 



2551. The Coming Storm. 

Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts Acad- 
emv. 



2539. The Clouded Sun. 

Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 
2547. In the Berkshire Hills. 

Lent by the Rhode Island School of 
Design. 

IRVINE, WILSON 

Born Byron, III., iS6g. Studied: A. I. C. Member: Chicago S. A.; Chicago IV. C. C; 

S. If^. A. (Association). Honors: Martin B. Cohn prize. Art Institute, Chicago, I<)I2. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2431. The Chasm. 3504. Laughing June. 

3477. The Bathing Beach. 

ISHAM, SAMUEL 

Born New York, l8s5- Studied: Julian Academy in Paris under Jacquesson de la Chev- 
reuse, Boulanger and Lefebvre. Member: S. A. A., l8c)l ; A. N. A., igoo; N. A., igo6; 
N. Y. /F. C. C; N. Y. Arch. Lg., 1891; National Institute A. L. Honor: Silver Medal, 
St. Louis Exposition, 1904. 

2544. In the Park. 

Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts 
Academy. 

JACKSON, ANNIE HURLBURT 

Born Minneapolis, Minn., iSyj. Studied in Boston. 
1348. Lapis Lazuli. 1354. Mrs. -Arthur Pickering Almy. 

1350. Baby's Head. 1355. Little Newsie. 

1352. The Blue Mantle. 4351. Child's Head. 

1353. Helen Kreck. 

JAKOBI, RUTH 

Born in New York, 1893. 

970. City Square. 

971. Reaping. 



973. Brooklyn Bridge. 
9SS. Towards Evening. 



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JAKOBI, RUTH (Continued) 

989. Atlantic Cit\'. 992. The Beach. 

990. On the Sand. 993. Water Front. 

991. Silent Street. 

JAMAR, S. CORINNE 

Born Elkton, MJ. Studied: Chicago Art Institute; Drexel Institute, Philadelphia. 

19gS. Bob. 

JAMES, WILLIAM 

Born Camltridi^e, Mass., iSSj. Studied: Boston, Paris. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 11)1$. 

2140. Portrait Study. 

JANSSON, ALFRED 

Born in SiieJen, 1S63. Studied in Stockholm and Paris. Member: Chicago S. A. Hon- 
ors: .Iiuarded Julius Roseivatd prize, .Irt Institute, I<.)I3; Sii-edish Cluh prize in igil 
and 1912; the Martin B. Chase prize, 1814, Art Institute, Chicago, III. 

2592. Illinois Landscape. 

JARVIS, JOHN WESLEY 

Born in South Shields, England, I'So; died in Neiu York, 1840. Cared for in England 
until i/Ss by his uncle, the celebrated John Wesley ; at that date ivas sent to his father 
in Philadelphia. One of the earliest painters to take up art anatomy, and noted as "one 
of the best portrait painters of his day." 

2781. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

Lent by Clarence Winthrop Bowen, 
Esq. 

JAY, CECIL 

Born London, England, iSS.f. Studied: South Kensington School, London; Sir Hubert 
von Herkomer School, and ivith George Hitchcock, Holland. 

Silier Medal, for Miniature Painting, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

Honorable Mention, for Oil Painting, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Fran- 
cisco, 19I3. 

1215. Maternity. 1219. Maternity. 

1217. Maternity. 1220. Dancing Bacchante. 

1318. The Love Letter. 4102. Torn Skirt. 

JEWETT, WILLIAM 

Born East Haddam, Conn., about 1795. IVhen a boy of sixteen he ground colors for the 
portrait painter Waldo. After being luith Waldo for ten years he ivas offered a joint 
interest in his "business of portrait painting." 

2729. Portrait: Samuel L. Waldo. 

Lent by the National Aacademy of 
Design. 

JOHANSEN, JOHN CHRISTEN 

Born Copenhagen, Denmark, 1S76. Studied: A.I.C.; Duveneck; Julian Academy in 
Paris. Member: A. X. A., 1911; Port. P. Honors: Municipal League Purchase prize 
and Young Fortnightly prize, A.I.C., 1903; honorable mention. Arts Club of Chicago, 
1903; silver medal, Chicago S. .4., 1904; bronze medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1901 ; gold 
medal, Buenos Aires Exposition, 1910; Saltus gold medal, N. A. D., 1911; honorable men- 
tion, C. /., Pittsburgh, 1912. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3232. Approaching Storm. 3249. Village Rider. 

3246. The Rider. 3250. Portrait of Miss F. B. 

324S. Venetian .Arcade. 

JOHNSON, DAVID 

Horn Aew York, l8j~. Died at If'alden, N. Y., 190S. Landscape painter. Studied vjith 
J. F. Cropsey. Chiefly self-taught. Elected A. N. A., i860; N. A., 1S61. 

2782. Portrait: William S. Mount. 

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JOHNSON, EASTMAN 

Born Lovell, Maine, 1824; died. New York, J906. Studied in Dusseldorf, and later in 
Italy, Paris and The Hague. His most popuar works are those depicting American life. 
Elected N. A. i860. 

2678. Henry Codraan Potter: Bishop of New 2681. A Drummer Boy. 

York. Lent by the Union League Club: 

2680. Edwin Booth. New York. 

JOHNSON, HARRY L. 

Born Philadelphia, 1876. Studied: P. A. F. A. Honor: Gold medal, Spring Garden 
Institute. 

1823. Mother and Child. 1827. The Inquiry. 

1824. Early Spring: Rose Valley. 1828. Moon Before Sundown. 

1825. Wind in the Clouds. 1839. The Garden. 
1S26. Charybdis. 

JONES, FRANCIS C. 

Born Baltimore, 18^7. Studied iiith Boulanger and Lefelnre at Ecole des Beaux-Arts tn 
Paris. Member: A. N. A., 1885; N. A., 1S94 (treas.); S.A.A., 1882; A. W. C. S.; N. Y. 
Arch. Lg., 18S8; Mural P.; National Institute A. L.; N. A. C. Honors: Clarke prize, 
N. A. D., 18S3; silver medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; Shaw purchase, 
S. A. A., 1904; silver medal, St. Louis Ex>>osition, 1004. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2360. The Divan. 

JONES, HUGH BOLTON 

Born Baltimore, 1848. Studied in France. Member: A. N. A., 1881; N. A., 1883; S. A. A., 
18S1; A. If. C. S.; National Institute A. L.; N. A. C. Honors: Bronze medal, Paris 
Exposition, 1S89; medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 189s; bronze medal, Paris Exposi- 
tion, 1900; IFebb prize, S A. A., 1902; Shaw fund prize, S. A. A., 1902; gold medal, St. 
Louis Exposition, 1904. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
3491. Through the Trees. 

JONES, LEON FOSTER 

Born Manchester, N. H., 1871. Studied with Joseph De Camp. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, I9I5- 
2136. Long Island Village. 4090. A Misty Day in Winter. 

JOUETT, MATTHEW HARRIS 

Born Mercer County, Ky., I/SS; died in Lexington, Ky., 1827. Educated as a lawyer, 
served in the war of 1S12 as lieutenant, afterwards captain. In 1816 studied in Boston 
four months under Gilbert Stuart. Painted more than three hundred portraits, many of 
distinguished people. Full length portrait of Lafayette in Capitol at Frankfort, Ky. 

2771. Portrait of Boy and Dog. 

2804. Artist's Wife. 

Lent by R. H. Menefee, Esq. 

JUERGENS, ALFRED 

Born Chicago, 1866. Studied: Chicago A. D.; Munich Royal Academy under Gysis and 
Diez. Member: Chicago S. A.; Munich .Artists Association; Artists Association of Ger- 
many; Societe Internationale des Beaux-Arts. Honors: Silver medal, Madrid and Munich. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191$. 

2363. Garden Flowers. 3424. In May. 

JUNG, C. JAC. 

Born Bavaria, iSSo. Studied: N. A. D., under E. M. If'ard and C. Y. Turner. 
3301. Winter Afternoon. 

KAELIN, CHARLES S. 

Born Cincinnati, /55p. Studied: Cincinnati .4rt School, .I. S. L., N. Y. 

Silver medal. Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
1110. Rocks and Sea. 1115. Old Mill, 

nil. Bits of Snow. 1116. Boats in Harbor. 

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KAULA, LEE LUFKIN 

Rom Erie, Pa.. Studied •with C. M. Deviey in Nev; York; Aman-Jean in Paris. Honor: 

Medal, Colorossi .Icademy, Paris, iSg./ 
3S05. On the Old Settle. 

KAULA, WILLIAM J. 

Horn Boston, iS/f. Studied: Normal Art School and Coiales Art School in Boston; 

Collin in Paris. Member X. Y. ff. C. C. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, l^ly. 

3593. Clouds from the West. 

KEITH, WILLIAM 

Born Aberdeenshire, Scotland, ll^SQ; died Berkeley, Cal., igil. Came to Nevj York in 
1851. Engraver until iS^g, ivhen he -went to California and devoted himself to land- 
scape painting. Studied under Achenbach and Carl Marr, and spent some time in Paris. 
H^as also prominent as portrait painter. Bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, 
Buffalo, igoi. 

3970. The Impression. 3984. Water Color. 

Lent by Mrs. Mary McHenry Keith. Lent by Mrs. Mary C. Richardson. 

3971. Revelation. 39S5. Landscape. 

Lent by Mrs. E. N. Harmon. Lent by C. F. Jacobsen, Esq. 

3972. The Symphony of Peace. 3986. Grey Morning. 

3973. Portals of the Woods. Lent by Mrs. Mary C. Richardson. 

3974. Rainy Day. 3987. Landscape. 

3975. Midsummer Night's Dream. Lent by the Joseph Worcester Estate. 

Lent by Mrs. Mary McHenry Keith. 3988. Water Color. 

3976. Storm. ' ' 3989. Landscape. 

3977. Landscape No. 3. Lent bv Mrs. Marv C. Richardson. 

Lent by Mrs. Henrietta Zeile. 3990. Cloudy Day. 

3978. Landscape No. 5. 3991. Landscape No. 1. 

Lent by Mrs. Henrietta Zeile. Lent by Mrs. Henrietta Zeile. 

3979. Landscape No. 2. 3992. Landscape. 

Lent by Mrs. Henrietta Zeile. Lent by Mrs. Reginald Knight Smith. 

3980. Landscape No. 4. 3993. Spirit of Music. 

Lent bv Mrs. Henrietta Zeile. Lent by Mrs. Mary McHenry Keith. 

3981. Quiet Pool. 3994. Into the Storm. 

Lent by Mrs. E. N. Harmon. 3995. Sunset. 

3982. Landscape. Lent by Mrs. E. N. Harmon. 

Lent bv the Joseph Worcester Estate. 3996. Silent Hour. 

3983. Sketch. 3997. Landscape. 

Lent by Mrs. .Mary C. Richardson. 3998. Shepherdess. 

Lent bv Mrs. E. N. Harmon. 

KELLER, ARTHUR L 

Born AVic' York, 1S66. Studied: X. A. D. under JFilmarth and IVard; Loefftz in Mu- 
nich. Member: A. IV. C. S.; N. Y. IV. C. C; N. Y. Arch. Lg., 1S97; N. A. 
C; S. I. (ex-president). Honors: Gold medal for water color, A. C, Philadelphia, 
1899; silver medal, Paris Exposition, woo; bronze medal for draiuings, Pan-.lmerican 
Exposition, Buffalo, igoi ; Evans prize, A. IV. C. S., igoz; second prize ($300), "Herald" 
Christmas competition, 1904; gold medal for illustration and silver medal for paint- 
ings, St. Louis Exposition, 1904. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igi^. 

U56. The Bach Double Concerto. 4376. The Young Critic. 

KELLER, EDGAR 

Born Crescent City, Cal, Studied: .Irl Institute, Chicago. 
3482. Under the Bridge: Harlem River. 

KELLY, HANNAH R. 

Horn Paisley, Canada. Studied: Ontario School of Art, Toronto; Courtois, Girardol and 

Blanc in Paris. 
1261. When Roses Bloom. 



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KENDALL, MARGARET 

Born Staten Island, N. Y., 187 J. Studied with J. Alden U'eir, Rohhoven and Sergeant 
Kendall. Member: Am. Society Miniature Painters. Honors: Bronze medal, St. Louis 
Exposition, 1904. 

1975. Spirit of the Woods. 1979. Miss Helen Huntington. 

1977. Three Little Sisters. 19S0. In the Brook. 

1978. Bruno and His Mistress. 

KENDALL, SERGEANT 

Born A'eiu York, 1S6S. Studied: .1. S. L. of A'ctf York; Eakins in Philadelphia; Ecole 
lies Beaux-.-lrts and Merson in Paris. Member: S. A. A., iSgS; A. N. A., J901; N. A., 
/905; Nat. Inst., A. L. Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Salon, l8gi; medal, Colum- 
bian Exposition, Chicago, 189.^; Lippincott prize, P. A. F. A., 1S94; honorable mention, 
Tennessee Centennial Expositon, Nashville, 1807; second prize, IVorcester Museum, 
1900; bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; bronze medal, C. I., Pittsburgh, 1900; 
second prize, Worcester Museum, 1901; silver medal for painting, bronze medal for 
draiang and honorable mention for sculpture. Pan-. Am eric an Exposition. Buffalo, 1901 ; 
Shaiu prize, S. .4. A., 1901; Shaiv Fund Purchase, S. .'I. A., 190^; gold medal, St. Louis 
Exposition, 1904; Isidor medal, N. A. D., 1908; Harris prize, .■/. /. C, 190S; Palmer 
gold medal, A. I. C, 1910. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, J915. 

2433. Reflection. ' 3443. Devotion. 

2439. Phantasmata. 3451. ^'enetian Brocade. 

2442. Alison. 

KENSETT, JOHN FREDERICK 

Born Cheshire, Conn., 1817: died AVit' York, 187^. Studied engraving under Dagget. 
Elected N. A., New York, 1849. 

2705. Rapids: Niagara Falls. 271S. Autumn Afternoon. 

Lent by Robert M. Olyphant, Esq. Lent by the National Academy of 

2716. Mallett's Bay: Lake Champlain. Design. 

Lent by Robert M. Olyphant, Esq. 2750. In the Adirondack^. 

Lent by Robert M. Olyphant, Esq. 

KENT, ROCKWELL 

4400. A Mother and Her Sons. 

KINDLUND, ANNA BELLE WING 

Born Buffalo, \. Y., 1S7O. Studied with Lucius IF. Hitchcock in Buffalo; George Bridg- 
man in New York. Member: N. S. C. Honors: Honorable mention, Pan-American Ex- 
postion, Buffalo, 190 1 ; bronze medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191$. 

1195. Love. 1199. Madeleine Dabo. 

1197. Lady in Black. 

KING, CHARLES B. 

279S. John C. Calhoun: When Secretary of 
War. 
Lent bv Corcoran Gallery of Art. 

KING, EDITH LAWRENCE 

Born Chelsea, Mass., 1SS4. Studied: Massachusetts Institute Technology; Rhode Island 
School of Design; Harvard Summer School. 
1072. Nude. 1073. On the Beach: Capri. 

KING, PAUL 

Born Buffalo, N. Y., 1S67. Studied: A. S. L. of Buffalo: A. S. L. of New York under 
.Mowbray. Honors: Shaw prize, Salma. C, 1906: Inness prize, Salma. C, 1906; hon- 
orable mention, A. C, Philadelphia, igji; gold medal, .-trt Club of Philadelphia. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2204. Snug Harbor. 3559. Winter. 

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PAINTERS AND ILLUSTRATORS 

KIRKPATRICK, WILLIAM A. 

Born London, Eng., iSSo. Studied in Paris and London. 
2179. Pleasing Reflections. 

KLEIN, LILLIE V. O'RYAN 

Studied iiit/i George de Forest Brush, H'illard Metcalf, Dennis Bunker, irilliam Chase, 
Douglas folk. Awarded first prize four consecutive years at Cooper Union, N. Y.; first 
prize for best "Type of Ideal Beauty" at the University of AVw York; gold medal at 
Alaska-Yukon Exhibition; honorable mention at Chicago World's Fair. 

1320. Portrait of Mrs. Thomas E. Flynn. 1330. Portrait of C. E. S. Wood. 

1324. Mrs. Margaret O'Callaghan. 1334. Portrait of William Keith. 

1327. Portrait of Sir Wilfred Laurier. 

KNOX, JAMES 

Born Glasgow, lS66. Studied <uilh Jos. II. Boston, Xeiv York City. 
4204. White Swan. 

KOHN, IRMA 

Born Rock Island, III. Studied with Charles Francis Brozune and John Jithansen in 

Chicago; Birge Harrison. 
1137. Street in Stratford-on-Avon. 1138. St. Ives: Lighthouse on the Pier. 

KOPMAN. BENJAMIN D. 

Studied: A'. .^. D., Aeic York. 
2556. Plucking a Goose. 4457. Portrait of a Young Man. 

KRETZINGER, CLARA JOSEPHINE 

Born Chicago, iSSj. Studied: A. I. C. and with If. J. Reynolds in Chicago; Lefebvre, 
Robert-Fleury, Laurens, Congdon and Richard Miller in Paris. Honor: Honorable men- 
tion. Salon des Artists Francois, Paris, igoS. 

3000. A Thoughtful Moment. 

KRIMMELL, JOHN LEWIS 

Born EJingen, H'urtemberg, Germany, lySy ; died at Germantown, Pa., i8ji. Came 
to Philadelphia in iHlo. 

2749. Fourth of July in Centre Square. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 

KROLL, LEON 

Born Xew York, 1SS4. Studied: N. A. D.: Laurens in Paris. Instructor at A'. .-/. D. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
3270. Weehawken Terminal. 3442. Lower Manhattan. 

3273. River Industries. 3445. Rockport Quarries. 

KRONBERG, LOUIS 

Born Boston. iHyi. Studied: Boston Museum School; Laurens and Constant in Paris. 

Honors: Silver medal, Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, Boston; Long- 

felloiv traveling scholarship, Boston. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, /p/5. 
2207. The Visitor. 2436. Preparing for the Dance. 

2310. Ballet Girl in Green. 2440. The E.\ercise. 

KYLE, JOSEPH 

2742. Portrait Group. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

LA FAROE, BANCEL 

Born \rr:-jf}nrt, R. I.. J^C^^,. Studied under .Inhn J.n F/Jrge. R. C/iliti nttd .7. Besnard. 

Member: N. Y. Arch. Lg., 1902; Mural P.; N. Y. IV. C. C; Nat. Inst., A. L. 
4333. The Ravine. 4437. The Willow. 



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LA FAROE, JOHN 

Born of French parentage, 18^5; died, jgio. Studied in Paris ii-ith Couture for a brief 
period, hut his greatest art knoiuledge came through travel and personal contact 'with 
leading artists of the period. He returned to the United States and ivorked <with If. M. 
Hunt at Newport, R. I. In lS/6 decorated Trinity Church, Boston, luhich was the real 
beginning of mural painting in the United States. He developed the art of stained glass. 
In lSS6 he visited Japan and later the South Seas. He was a member of the N. A. D. 

2671. The Hillside Farm. 2673. Bishop Berkeley's Rock. 

2672. Woman Centaur. Lent by Charles De Kay, Esq. 

Lent by the Brooklyn Museum. 2674. Portrait of Richard Hunt. 

2675. Our Boatman. 

LAMB, F. M. 

Born Middleborough, Mass., l86l. Studied: Massachusetts Normal Art School; Museum 
of Fine Arts, Boston; with Julian, Paris, 1SS5-18S6. Honors: Gold medal, Twentieth 
Century Exhibition. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, IQlj. 
3083. Our New England. 4342. Threatening. 

LAMBERT, GERTRUDE A. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igiS. 

2503. Black and Green. 

LAMBERT, JOHN 

Studied: P. A. F. A. 

3861. Red and Black. 

Lent by the Art Club of Philadelphia. 

LANG, ANNIE TRAQUAIR 

Born Philadelphia, iSSS- Studied at the P. A. F. A. Honors: Honorable mention, Arch. 

League of New York, 1910, for mural decoration; European scholarship from P. A. F. .1., 

IQ08 and igiO. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
3020. The Hotels: Venice. 3024. From My Window: Venice. 

3022. Japanese Print. 4157. The Gray Kimono. 

LANGHORNE, KATHERINE 

Born Plainfield, N. J., 1885. Studied: A. S. L. of New York, and in Paris. 
3005. Rhode Island PooL 3009. A Day Last Summer. 

LANGTRY, MARY 
4338. Personally Conducted. 4412. A September Night: Ipswich. 

LATHROP, WILLIAM LANGSON 

Born Warren, III., iS^g. Member: A. N. A., igos; N. A.. IQ07 ; N. Y. W. C. C. Honors: 
Evans prize, A. If. C. S., 1896; gold medal, A. C, Philadelphia, 1897; IVehb prize, S. 
A. A., 1S99; bronze medal, Pan-.-Imerican Exposition, Buffalo, IQOI; third prize, C. I., 
Pittsburgh, 1903; second prize, Worcester, 1904; bronze medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904. 
Gold medal, for Oil Painting, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 

Silver medal, for Water Color Painting, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

1168. Golden Afternoon. 2456. Coming Storm. 

1169. A Grey Day. Lent by Mrs. George Ellery Woods. 
1172. Landscape. ' 2460. The Canal. 

2446. Summer Afternoon. Lent by George Cofling Warner. 

LAWSON, ERNEST 

Born California, iS/3. Spent several years in France. Member: A. N. A., 1908; Am. 
P. S. Honors: Silver medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; Sesnan medal, P. A. F. A., 1907 ; 
gold medal, A. A. S., 1907; first Hallgarten prize, N. .4. D., 1908. 

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PAINTERS AND ILLUSTRATORS 

LAWSON, ERNEST (Continued) 

Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3538. Hills at Inwood. 3548. Hudson River and Palisades. 

3539. Beginning of Winter. 

LEIGH, WILLIAM ROBINSON 

Born Berkeley Courtly, II'. I'., 1S66. Studied: Maryland Institute, Baltimore; Hugh 
S'evi'ell: Raupp, Gysis, Leofftz and Lindenschmid in Munich. Honors: Honorable men- 
tion, Paris Salon, lS(^j; ttxio silver and three bronze medals, Munich Academy; first 
class medal, .-I ppalachian Exposition, Knoxville, Tenn., igil. • 
3478. The Stampede. 

LEUTZE, EMANUEL 

Born Gmund, ll'urtemburg, 1S16; died IVashington, 1S6S. IV as brought to America 
as a child by his parents. Studied under Lessing, also studied in Munich, Venice and 
Rome. Elected N. A., 1S60. 

2698. Portrait of Nathaniel Hawthorne. 2950. Columbus Discovering America. 

Lent by Henry Fairfield Osborn. 

LEVER, HAYLEY 

Born .-Idelaide, Australia, iS~6. Studied: Paris, London, St. Ives. Honors: Silver medal. 

National Arts Club, N. Y.; honorable mention, Pittsburgh; International Carnegie prize. 

National .'1 cade my, New York. 

Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, IQIS. 
3076. Washington Bridge. 3176. Smeaton's Quay: St. Ives. 

3084. Winter: Harlem River. 3452. Saint Ives: Summer. 

3168. St. Ives Fishing Boats. 

LEVY, WILLIAM AUERBACH 

Born Russia, iSS<). Studied: N. A. D., N. Y.; Academic Julian, Paris. Honors: Mooney 
traveling scholarship. National .Academy of Design, igil ; honorable mention in etching, 
Salon Francois, igis; first prize, Chicago Society of Etchers, 1914. 

2135. Normandy Fishermen. 3423. The Draftsman. 

LEWIS, EDMUND D. 

2682. Upper Delaware River. 

LEWIS, HELEN V. 

Born Neva York City, JS79. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y. Honor: Miniature Class Schol- 
arship, igio. Member of Pennsylvania Society of Miniature Painters. 

1276. Miss Whitelaw. 1281. Katherine. 

1277. An American. 1282. The Fichu. 

1278. Portrait of an Actor. 1283. Miss Lakeman. 

1279. Miss Madge Kennedy. 1284. Editha. 

1280. Miss H. Draper. 1285. Portrait of C. R. Baxter, Esq. 

LICHTENAUER, J. MORTIMER 

Born .Wiv York, iS/6. Studied with Mowbray in New York; Merson and Lau- 
rens in Paris. Member: N. Y. Arch. Lg., 1903; Mural P. Honors: President's prize, N. 
Y. Arch. Lg., 1903 and 1907. 
1020. Study for Harris Theatre. 4375. Study for Shubert Theatre. 

LIE, JONAS 

Born Norway, iSSo. Studied: N. A. D. and A. S. L. of New York. Member: A. N. .1., 
IQI.?; Am. P. S. Honors: Silver medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; first Hallgarten prize, 
N. A. D., 1914. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2218. Palms In Wind. 3441. Gates at Pedro Miguel. 

LILJESTROM, GUSTAV F. 

Born Stockholm, Sweden, 1SS3. Studied: Chicago Art Institute. 
2143. Vishnu Temple: Grand Canyon. 



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LINDE, OSSIP L. 

Born Russia. Studied: A. I. C; Academie Julien, Paris. Honors: Honorable mention, 

Paris Salon, 1907; gold medal, Paris Salon, igio. 
3267. A Gateway in Venice. 3303. Venice. 

3275. Steps: Venice. 3307. Chioggia: Venice. 

LINDIN, CARL OLOF ERIC 

Born Sweden, 1869. Studied <with Laurens, Constant and .1 man-Jean in Paris. Member: 
Chicago S. A. 
3266. Evening. 

LINDFORD, CHARLES 

Born Pittsburgh, Pa., 1S46; died iS(j7. Medal, Boston, 1S78. Honorary member Pittsburgh 
Art Society. 
27S4. Landscape: Pennsylvania. 

LIPPINCOTT, WILLIAM HENRY 

Born Philadelphia, 1S4Q. Studied: P. A. F. A.; Bonnat in Paris. Member: A. A'. A., 
1885; N. A., l8<)y ; A. IV. C. S. Honors: Honorable mention, Pan-American Exposition, 
Buffalo, 1901; bronze medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904. 

2461. Love Finds the Way. 

LITTLE, JOHN WESLEY 

Born Forks^'ille, Pa., 1867. Studied: N. A. D. and iiith Leonard Ochtman in Ne<w York. 

Member: Philadelphia W. C. C. Honors: Silver medal, A. A. S., Philadelphia, 1902. 
1026. In Devonshire. 4174. A Passing Shower. 

LITTLE, PHILIP 

Born Siuampscott, Mass., 1857. Studied: Boston Museum School. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
3782. The Making of New Lands. 3790. An Upland Meadow. 

3789. The Upper Ipswich. 

LOCKMAN, DE WITT M. 

Member: Port. P. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igiS- 
2S9I. Portrait of Miss D. 

LOEB, LOUIS 

Born Cleveland, Ohio, 1866; died /pop. Studied: Neiu York and Paris. Honors: Medal, 
French Salon, 1895; silver medal, Buffalo Pan-American Exposition, 1896; Webb prize, 
J903; vice president. Art Students' League, New York. Member: Society of American 
Artists; National Academy of Design. 
2542. The Bud. 2546. The Peacock. 

Lent by William Scott Bond, Esq. Lent by Emanuel Loeb, Esq. 

LOKKE, MARIE 

Born Christiania, Norway, 1877. Studied: Christiania and in Dresden. 
2574. Portrait of a Child. 

LONDONER, AMY 

Born Lexington, Mo. Studied: Henri School of .4rt, New York City. 

1004. Cripple Creek. 1008. Boardwalk: Atlantic Citj-. 

1005. The Fairy Tale. 1009. Woman in Black. 

1006. The Bathers. 1010. Trees and Mountains. 

1007. Park Bench. 1011. A Strange House. 

LONGACRE, LYDIA EASTWICK 

Born Neiv York, 1870. Studied: A. S. L. of New York, under Chase and Mowbray; 
Whistler in Paris. Member: Am. S. Min. P.; Pa. Soc. Min. P. 
1308. Portrait of Mr. Gino C. Speranza. 1310. Miss Helene Pupke. 



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PAINTERS AND ILLUSTRATORS 

LOWDON, ELSIE MOTZ 

Born Haco. Texas. SluJieJ: Am. S. Min. P.; A. S. L., N. Y. 
1848. Portrait of D. B. C. 

LUCAS, JEAN WILLIAMS 

Born Hagersloun, Md., lS/3. Studied •with Henri, Daingerfield and Wittemore. Mem- 
ber: Pa. S. Min. P. 

1359. Man with Ruff. 1364. Mrs. Alfred Williams Lucas. 

1360. Miss Agnes Rogers. 1367. Mrs. Frederick M. Thomas. 
1363. Paddie Cat and Mistress. 

LUDOVICL ALICE E. 

Born Dresden, Germany, 1S73. Studied: New York and Germany. Honors: Silver medal. 
Alaska-Yukon Exhibition; gold medal. Annual Exhibition of California Society of Minia- 
ture Painters, J9J4; president of the California Society of Miniature Painters. 
1193. Portrait of Miss Ludovici. 

LUKE, KATHRYN LOGAN 

Born Fort Bradford, North Dakota. Studied: Art Academy of Cincinnati; Academy of 
Fine Arts, Chicago; P. A. F. A., and rwith Frank Duveneck. 
1191. The Little French Model. 1198. Portrait of Mrs. Philip Campbell. 

LUKS, GEORGE 

Born Williamsport, Pa , 1S67. Studied: P. A. F. A. and Dusseldorf Academy, Paris and 

London. Member: Port. P. Am. P. S. 
3404. Children's Page. 4406. The Mother. 

3412. New York Boy. 4438. Man in Brown. 

LUNDBORG, FLORENCE 

Born San Francisco. Studied in San Francisco with Arthur F. Mathews and in Pans 
with Whistler. Honor: Gold medal, San Francisco Institute of Art. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3476. Stone Pines. 4145. Old Fountain: Taormina. 

4116. Etna in the Afterglow. 

LUNGREN, FERNAND 

Born Maryland, 1S30. 
3495. In the Abyss: Grand Canyon. 

LYNCH, ANNA 

Born Elgin, HI. Studied: .1. I. C; Bougureau, Simon and Cottet in Paris. Member: 
Am. S. Min. P.; Chicago S. A. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
1810. Marion Stanton. 1812. Portrait of Henrietta E. Countiss. 

McCARTER, HENRY 

Born Norristown, Pa., 1S63. Studied with Eakins in Philadelphia; Puvis de Chavannes, 
Bonnat and .llexander Harrison in Paris. Honors: Bronze medal, Pan-American Exposi- 
tion, Buffalo, 190 1 ; siker medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; Beck prize, Philadelphia 
fV. C. C, 1906. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

74. Lust for Gold. 1112. Return from the Foray: Early Ireland. 

87. The Spanish Legend. 1149. Yearly Tribute to the King of Tara. 

MacCHESNEY, CLARA T. 

Born Brownsville, Cal. Studied: San Francisco School of Design under Virgil IVilliams; 
Gotham .-Irt School in New York under Mowbray and Beckwith; Girardot, Courtois and 
Colorossi Academy in Paris. Member: N. Y. W. C. C; A. jr. C. S.; N. A. C. Honors: 
Two medals, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 189s; Dodge prize, N. A. D., 1S94; gold 
medal for water color, .7. C, Philadelphia, 1000; second Hallgarten prize, N. A. D., 1901 ; 
bronze medal, Pan-.lmerican Exposition, Buffalo, 1901 ; bronze medal, St. Louis Exposi- 
tion, 1904. 



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MacCHESNEY, CLARA T. (Continued) 

2620. After the Bath. 4298. Still Life. 

38 34. A Good Story. 

Lent by the National Gallery. 

McCOLL, MARY A. 

Born Forrest, Ont., Canada, 1S74. Studied: St. Louis School of Fine Arts; New York 
Art League, Paris, and with Courtois, Prinet and Doucet. Member: Jury of Selection 
for Pennsyhania Academy, 1911. 
S030. Reflections. 

McCOMAS, FRANCIS 

Born Fingal, Tasmania, 1875. Studied: Julian Academy, Paris; Sydney, Australia. Came 

to California in 1898. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 

San Francisco, 1915. 
S650. Pines at Monterey. 3655. Sichomovi: Arizona. 

3651. A City of the Desert. 3656. Oaks of the Monte. 

Lent by John Lawson, Esq. 3657. Mariano. 

3652. The Broken Oak. 3658. Walpi: Arizona. 

3653. A Los Olivos Oat Tree. 3659. The Red Wagon. 

3654. The Navajo Gateway: Arizona. 

McCORMICK, HOWARD 

Born Milvill, Ind., 187$- Studied: Indianapolis, New York, Pans. Member: S. I., 1912. 

4237. Hopi Ceremonial. 
McCORMICK, M. EVELYN 

Born Placeriiile, Cal. Studied: San Francisco Art Association; Julian Academy, Paris. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, J915. 

2571. Old Custom House: Monterey. 
MACDOUGALL, JOHN A. 

Born i\'ew York, 1843. Studied: Cooper Union, N. A. D., New York; with Julian and 

Cormon, Paris. Honor: Silver medal, Charleston Exposition. 
1311. Dick. 

McEWEN, WALTER 

Born Chicago, 1S60. Studied with Cormon and Robert-Fleury in Paris. Member: A. N. 
A., 190s; Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1S86; silver medal, 
Paris Exposition, 1SS9; first class gold medal, Berlin, JS91; medal, Columbian Exposition, 
Chicago, 1893; medal of honor, Antwerp, 1894; second class medal, Munich, 1897; silver 
medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; first gold medal, Munich, 190 1 ; first class medal, Vienna, 
1902; Lippincott prize, P. A. F. A., 1902; Harris prize, .1. I. C., 1902; gold medal, St. 
Louis Exposition, 1904; first medal, Liege, 1905. Chevalier Legion of Honor, 1896; officer, 
1908; Order of St. Michael, Bavaria; Order of Leopold II, Belgium, 1909. 
Member of the International Jury of Awards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 
San Francisco, 1915. 

2458. Vanity. 3510. Oldebroeck. 

3227. At the Burgomaster's. 3514. An Interlude. 

3239. Waiting. 3518. In the Studio. 

3468. The Betrothed. 3519. Yes or No. 

McFEE, HENRY LEE 

Born St. Louis, 1886. Studied: A. S. L. of New York. 
4113. Still Life. 

MACGILVARY, NORWOOD 

Born Bangkok, Siam, 1S74. Studied: Mark Hopkins Institute, San Francisco; Myron 

Barlow in England; Laurens in Paris. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
1170. June in the Forest. 2418. The Voices of Dreams. 

1183. Autumn Idyl. 3427. Nocturne. 

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PAINTERS AND ILLUSTRATORS 

McILHENNY, C. MORGAN 
2934. Gray Morning. 

Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 

McINTIRE:, KATHARINE 

Born Richmond, Va. 
1321. Portrait of a Man. 

McKILLOP, WILLIAM 

Born Philadelphia. Studied: St. Louis School of Fine Arts; Jean Paul Laurens and 

Ernest Laurent in Paris. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
4420. Portrait of Robert W. Chanler. 4428. The Letter. 

McLANE, M. JEAN 

Born Chicago, III,, 1S7S. Studied: A. L C; Duveneck and Chase. Member: A. N. A., 
1912; Port. P. Honors: Bronze medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; first prize, Interna- 
tional Lg., Paris, igoy and igoS ; Filing prize, N. Y. If'oman's A. C., 1907 ; Burgess prize, 
N. Y. If/'oman's A. C, 1908; silver medal, International Exposition, Buenos Aires, ic)lo; 
Julia A. Shaw prize, N. A. D., 1912; third Hallgarten prize, National Academy, N. Y., 
1913; Lippincolt prize, P. A. F. A., 1913. 
Sih'er medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3019. Brother and Sister: Portraits. 3021. Group; Mother and Children. 

Lent by Arthur H. MacKie. 3023. Portrait of Mrs. R. G. Arnold. 

MACKY, CONSTANCE 

Born Melbourne, Australia, iSSj. Studied: National Gallery Painting School, Melbourne, 
Australia; London, Paris and Italy. Honors: Gold and silver medals, Melbourne A. R., 
1907. 
2983. Portrait of Mrs. Frederick Roth. 3494. Roses. 

MACKY, E. SPENCER 

Born Auckland, New Zealand, jSSo. Studied: National Gallery Painting School, Mel- 
bourne, Australia; Academie Julien, Paris. 

1028. Portrait. 2296. Mother and Child. 

1033. Alice. 

MACRUM, GEORGE H. 

Studied with /■. /'. DuMond and Birge Harrison. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2161. The Towering City. 2587. Woolworth Building from West Street. 

MACSOUD, NICHOLAS S. 

Born Zahle, Mt. Lebanon, Turkey, 1884. Studied: N. A. D. 
1229. Portrait of Julius A. Gross, Esq. 1234. Portrait of Miss Theresa Borman. 

1232. Portrait of a Boy. 1238. Portrait of My Mother. 

MAGER, GUS 

Born Newark, N. J., 1878. 
4112. Tulips and Irises. 4461. The Laborer. 

4122. Flower Bouquet. 

MAGONIGLE, EDITH M. 

Born Brooklyn, N. Y., 1877. 

981. The Secret Garden. 1063. Vice and Virtue. 

1058. Linet de Maris. 1347. Louis Ayres, Esq. 

1060. The Queen of Hearts. 1349. Gwendolyn Munroe. 

MAJOR, ERNEST L. 

Horn ITashinglon, D. C, 1S64. Studied with Boulanger and Lefebvre in Paris. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191S. 
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MALBONE, EDWARD GREENE 

Born Newport, R. I., 1777 ; died Savannah, Ga., 1807. Established in Providence as por- 
trait painter at seventeen. In 171)6 luent to Boston and afterwards to Neva York, Phila- 
delphia and Charleston. fVent to England with Allston, 1801, and was urged by West 
to remain, but returned to Charleston the same year. There he painted miniatures and 
attained a high reputation in this branch. 
1332. Portrait of Joseph Marx. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 

MANIGAULT, E. MIDDLETON 

Born Charleston, S. C, 1S86. Studied: Chase School, N. Y. 
4403. Pastoral. 

MANNHEIM, JEAN 

2579. Frolicking Times. 3142. On Tuesday. 

MARCHANT, EDWARD D. 

Born 1S08; died 1S87. Exhibitor in the National Academy. 
2802. Colonel E. D. Baker. 

Lent by Dr. Gilbert L. Parker. 

MARR, CARL 

Born Milwaukee, 1858. Studied: IVeimar Academy with Schaus; Berlin .icademy with 
Gussow; Munich with Seitz and Lindenschmit. Member: Academies of Munich, Ber- 
lin, Athens; Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: Gold medal. Prize Fund Exhibition, New York, 
1886; medals, Vienna, Berlin, Munich, Dresden, Madrid, Salzburg, Barcelona, Antwerp, 
Budapest; first medal, Liege, 1905. 
4418. Holy Family. 

Lent by Mrs. Phoebe A. Hearst. . 

MARSH, ALICE RANDALL 

Born Coldwater, Mich. Studied: A. I. C. Member: Am. S. Min. P. 
1914. Michel and Maud Bouvier. 1920. Portrait Sketch of a Russian Girl. 

MARSHALL, E. NEWELL 

4252. Parrot and Anemones. 4257. Parrot. 

4253. Parroquet and Peaches. 4258. Parrot and Grapes. 
4256. Parroquet. 4259. Parrot and Fruit. 
MARSHALL, W. E. 

Born New York, 1837. Began work as a banknote engraver and later engraved large 
portraits in line, chiefly from portraits painted by himself. Studied in Paris and exhibited 
in the Salons of 1856-66. He is best known as the engraver of the large plates of Wash- 
ington, Lincoln, Grant, etc. 

2746. Portrait of A. B. Durand. 

Lent by the National Academy of 
Design. 

MARTIN, HOMER D. 

Born Albany, N. Y., i8s6. Died St. Paul, i8g7. hi 1862 came to New York and 
worked in the studio of James Smillie. In 1861 was sent to England by the Century 
Magazine to sketch "George Elliott's Country." Member: A. N. .i., 186S; Academician, 
1875; Society American Artists, 1877. 

2945. Newport Neck. 2953. Saranac Lake: Autumn. 

Lent by the Lotos Club. Lent by the Union League Club, 

New York City. 

MARTINEZ, XAVIER T. 

Born Gaudalajara, Mexico, 1874. Studied: Mark Hopkins Inst., San Francisco; Ecole 
des Beaux-Arts under Gerome and Carriere. Honors: Gold medal, S. F. Art Assoc, 
iSgs; honorable mention, Paris Exposition, igoo. 

3594. Head of a Girl. 4287. The Storm. 

4275. Land of Silence. 



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PAINTERS AND ILLUSTRATORS 

MASON, JOHN 

Born New York City, iS68. Studied: Academy Julian, Paris. Honor: Bronze medal, 

Paris Exposition, l8Sg. 
4183. On the Road to Killingworth. 4193. Old Cider Mill. 

MASON. MAUD M. 

Studied vsitlt Dovi and Snell in Ne<w York; lath Brangv;yn in London. Member: N. S. C. 
3014. Still Life. 

MATHEWS, ARTHUR F. 
Born Markensan, H'is. 

Member of the International Jury of Aiuards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 
San Francisco, I^IS- 

3641. Monterey Hills. 3649. Cypress. 

3642. The Carnation. 3660. The Web. 

3643. Monterey Bay. 3661. Eve. 

3644. California. 3662. Cypress Grove. 

3645. Portrait. 3663. The Butterfly. 

3646. Oaks. 3664. Marine. 

3647. Masque of Pandora. 3665. Ghost Story. 

3648. The Swan. 3666. Land Fish. 

MATHEWS, LUCIA K. 

Born San Francisco. Studied: San Francisco. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
980. Monterey Pine. 4114. Little Girl. 

MAURER, ALFRED H. 

Born NeiL- York, 1S6S. Studied in Paris. Honors: Gold medal, first class, Carnegie 
Institute, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1901; first prize, Worcester Art Museum, 1901; Geo. Inness, Jr., 
prize Salmagundi Club, 1901 ; bronze medal, Pan-.lmerican, Buffalo; gold medal, second 
class, Munich, 1905; silver medal, Liege Exposition; bronze medal, St. Louis Exposition. 

4396. Jeanne. 4398. Bal Bullier. 

MAURY, CORNELIA F. 

Born New Orleans, 1S66. Studied: St. Louis School of Fine Arts; Lefebvre, Collin, 
Constant and Duprk in Paris. 

1012. One Shoe Off. 4316. The Three Bears Story. 

MAY, EDWARD HARRISON 

Born in England in 1824; died in Paris, 1S87. Came to this country when a child. 

Pupil of Huntington in New York. IVent to Paris and studied with Couture, 1851. 

Gold medal, Paris Salon, 1855. 
2710. The Toilet. 2949. The Dying Brigand. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 
MAYER, LOUIS 

Born Milwaukee, 1869. Studied with Max Thedy, Paul Hoecker in Munich; Constant 

and Laurens in Paris. Member: Union Inter, des Beaux-.lrts et des Lettres. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
3484. Lady with Black Veil. 3485. Portrait of Mrs. M. 

MAYNARD, RICHARD F. 

Born in Chicago, 1875. Studied with Chase in New York. Member: N. Y. W. C. C. 
2175. In and Out of an Oval Mirror. 4324. Reading. 

MAYR, C. 
2724. Reading the News. 

Lent by the National Academy of 
Design. 
MAZZANOVICH, LAURENCE 

Born in California. Studied in France. 
2380. Grey Glow. 



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MEAKIN, L. H. 

Born Neti-casile, England; bought to U. S. as a child. Studied in Munich, iSSj to iSS6; 

later in Paris. Member: S. If''. A. (ex-pres.). Honors: Prize, Cincinnati A. C, l<)02; 

silver medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; medal, Appalachian Exp., Knoxville, igil ; Fine Arts 

Bldg. prize, Chicago, l<)ll. Instructor, Cincinnati Art Academy; curator of paintings, 

Cincinnati Museum. 

Member of the International Jury of .livards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 

San Francisco, 1915. 
2177. Rocky Mountain Valley. 3409. Kicking Horse River. 

3403. Stormy Day. 3411. Rockport. 

MELCHER, BERTHA CORBETT 

Born Denver, Col., iSyj. Studied ivith Douglas Folk; Minneapolis School of Fine Arts; 
Drexel Institute, Philadelphia, ivith Hoivard Pyle ; School of Normal and Applied Art, 
Chicago. 
1782. A Mountain Lassie. 1787. My Daughter Charlotte. 

MELCHERS, GARI 

Born Detroit, Mich., 1S60. Studied: Dusseldorf Academy, iS/y-So; Lefebvre and Bou- 
langer in Paris. Member: A. N. A. 1904, N. A. igo6; Soc. Nat. des Beaux-Arts, Paris; 
Inter. Society of .4rtists, London; Munich Secession (cor.) Berlin R. Acad.; Nat. Inst. 
A. L. Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1SS6; first class medal, Amsterdam, 
1887; third class medal, Paris Salon, iSSS; first class medal, Munich, iSSS; grand prize, 
Paris Expo., iSSq; first prize, A. I. C. l8gi; medal of honor, Berlin, iSqi ; gold medal, 
A. C. Philadelphia, iSgz; medal of honor, .-Intwerp, !Sq4; Temple gold medal, P. A. 
F. A., iSg6; first class medal, Vienna, l8g8; gold medal, Pan-.lm. Exp., Buffalo, igoi ; 
gold medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; second If. .1. Clark prize, Corcoran Gal, igio. Knight 
of the Order of St. Michael of Bavaria; Chevalier of the Legion of Honor of France 
iSgs, officer, 1904; officer R. Prussian Order of Red Eagle, igoy. 



3667. Morning Room. 

Lent by Dr. George Woodward. 

3668. The Open Door. 

3669. Madonna of the Fields. 

3670. Girl Sewing. 

3671. Skaters. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 

3672. Breakfast Table. 

3673. House with Green Gable. 

3674. The Fencing Master. 

Lent by the Art Museum of Detroit. 

3675. Virginia. 

3676. House on Canal. 

3677. Young Woman at Toilet. 

MENDENHALL, EMMA 

Born Cincinnati, 1873. Studied: Cincinnati Art Academy 



3678. Sailor and His Sweetheart. 
Lent by the National Gallery, Freer 

Collection. 

3679. The White Church. 

3680. Supper at Emmaus. 

3681. Portrait Group. 
Lent by Hugo Reisinger Estate. 

Roomful of Color. 
Mother and Child. 

Lent by James Deering, Esq. 
Maternity. 
Lily Pond. 
Writing. 



3682 
3683 

3684 
3685 
3686 



3687. The Smithv. 



cock School under Rhoda Holmes Nicholls 
(Assoc). 

1071. Luxembourg Gardens. 
4309. Mulberry Street Hill. 

MENZLER, BERTHA S. 

Born Chicago, 1S74. Studied: A. I. C; 
Honors: Special prize, A. I. C; Autumn, 
Groiver prize, A. I. C, igio. 
3467. Twilight on the Dunes. 

MERRITT, ANNA LEA 

Born Philadelphia. 1S.14. Studied iiAth 
ritt in London. 



under Duveneck; Shinne- 



4ssociate Royal Soc. of Painter-Etchers. 
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Julian Academy in Paris. Member: S. IF. .4. 

4340. An English Village. 

4367. Street in St. Ives.- Cornwall. 



with Merson, Collin and .-Iman-Jean in Paris. 
igos; Young Fortnightly prize, A. I. C, igog; 



Heinrich Hoffman in Dresden; Henry Mer- 
Honors: Centennial Exposi- 



PAINTERS AND ILLUSTRATORS 

MERRITT, ANNA LEA (Continued) 

/ion, Philadelphia, iS/6; honorable mention. Peris Exposition, 1889; tiuo medals (oil 
painting and mural decoration) Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893. Medal, Atlanta 
Exposition, 1S9S; honorable mention, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, ii^oi. 

3819. Lure of Fame. 4423. Youth. 

4415. Nymph of Dew. 

MERYMAN, RICHARD S. 

Born Boston, Mass., iSSj. Studied: Art Museum School in Boston and v,ith Abbott 

Thayer. 

Siker medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, IQlj. 
3415. Portrait. 

MESSER, EDMUND CLARENCE 

Born Sko-ivhegan, Me., 1S4J. Studied 'with Collin, Courtois and Aime Morot in Paris. 
Principal, Corcoran School of Art. 

2405. Blue Ridge. 

METCALF, WILLARD L. 

Born Loicell, Mass., jSjS. Studied icith George L. Brown in Boston; Boulangcr and 
Lefebire in Paris. Member: A. W. C. S.; Ten Am. P.; Nat. Inst. A. L.; Union Inter, 
des Beaux-Arts et des Lettres. Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Solon, iSSS; medal, 
Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893: H'ebb prize, S. A. .1., 1896; honorable mention, 
Paris Exposition, igoo; silver medal, Pan-.imerican Exposition, Buffalo, Jgoi; silver 
medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; Temple gold medal, P. A. F. .4., 1907; gold medal 
and first prize, Corcoran .4rt Gallery, 19O/ ; Harris medal and prize, A. I. C, 1910; 
gold medal, Buenos Aires Exposition, 1910; medal of honor, P. A. F. A., 1911; Sesnan 
medal, P. A. F. A., 1912. Instructor, Woman's Art School of Cooper Union, New York, 
and Rhode Island School of Design, Providence. 
Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3770. Trembling Leaves. 3805. October Afternoon. 

3772. Early Spring Afternoon; Central Park. 3809. Cherry Blossoms. 

3774. Blossom Time. 3811. Winter's Festival. 

3802. Salmon River.' Norvfay. 

MIELZINER, LEO 

Born New York. Studied: Cincinnati Art Academy; Gerome, Bouguereau and Ecole des 
Beaux Arts, under Collin and Courtois in Paris; Kroyer in Copenhagen. 
983. Mrs. Herbert Baer. 4334. Mr. Gustave Pollak. 

4320. Character Head. 4350. A Profile in Silver Point. 

4331. Mr. Philip Conway Sawyer. 

MILLAR, ADDISON THOMAS 

Born Warren, Ohio, i860. Studied with Chase in New York; Benjamin Constant and 
Boldini in Paris. 

2180. Storm Warning. 

MILLER, KENNETH HAYES 

Born Kenwood. N. Y., lSy6. Studied: .4. S. I., and Chase School; Instructor of Drawing 
and Painting at the Art Students' League of New York. Member: Union Internationale 
des Beaux-.'lrts, Paris. 

3792. The Swan. 3796. The Cloud. 

MILLER, RICHARD E. 

Born St. Louis, Mo., i8yf. Studied: St. Louis School of Fine Arts; Constant and Laurens 
in Paris. Member: Inter. Soc. of Painters, Sculptors and Gravers. Honors: Gold 
medal, Paris Salon, 1900: bronze medal, Pan-A merican Exposition, Buffalo, loni: silver 
medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; gold medal, Paris Salon, 1904; second medal, Liege 
Exposition, 1905; Knight of the Legion of Honor, France, 1908; Temple gold medal, 
P. A. F. A., 1911. 
Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2334. Nude. 3323. The Visit. 



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MILLS, J. HARRISON 

Born Buffalo, N. Y., 184J. Studied: Buffalo; Denver and Institute of Colorado. 
2683. Portrait of Charles \V. Couldock, the 
Actor. 
Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts Acad- 
emy. 
MILNE, DAVID 

Born Paisley, Ontario, Canada, 1882. Studied: A. S. L. of New York, under Dutnond, 

Reuterdahl and Bridgeman. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1728. Broken Color. 1732. Interior New York Public Librarj-. 

1729. Black and White No. 1. 1733. Dots and Dashes. 

1730. Tricolor. 1734. Black and White No. 2. 

1731. Bronx Snow. 

MITCHELL, ARTHUR 

Born Gillespie, III., 1S64. Studied: St. Louis School of Fine .Irts. Member: S. IF. A. 

Honor: McKinley prize. Exhibition of St. Louis Artists, igo6. 
4448. Close of a November Day. 

MITCHELL, ELEANOR B. 

Born Pittsburg. Studied: Paris, under Raphael, Collin and Oliver Merson; San Fran- 
cisco, under Arthur Mathews. 

1266. Cleaning the Fish. 1268. Portrait. 

1267. Study of Lamplight. 1273. Portrait. 

MITCHELL, LAURA M. D. 

Born at Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1883. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y. Honor: First prize 
at an exhibition of the Catherine Lorillard IVolfe Art Students Club of Nevu York in 
igoS. Founder and Secretary-Treasurer of the California Society of Miniature Painters. 
1882. Study in Miniature. 1886. Margaret. 

1884. My Grandmother. 1894. Old Fashioned Girl. 

1885. Boy with Black Hat. 

MOELLER, SELMA M. D. 

Born in New York. Studied: .-/. 5. L. of N. Y.; ivith Birge Harrison, K'oodstock, N. Y.; 

IV m. M. Chase, N. Y. Honors: Scholarship in drawing at Art Students' League, New 

York City; Scholarship in Miniature paintings, A. S. L. of N. Y.; second honorable 

mention in painting, A. S. L. of N. Y. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, IQifi. , 

1192. Portrait. 1196. Miss Stein. 

1194. Annette. 

MOLARSKY, MORRIS 

Honors: Honorable mention, .Irt Club of Philadelphia, 1008; Fellowship prize, Fellow- 
ship of the Pennsylvania .Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, iQOg. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igi^. 
3235. Reflections. 

MONGES, HENRY B. 

Born Belville, Texas, iS^o. Studied: Hopkins Institute of .Irt, and University of Cali- 
fornia. 
4247. Sunset. 

MONTIZAMBERT, BEATRICE 

Born Quebec, Canada, 1874. Studied: Dresden; Berlin; Munich; London, with Brang- 
wyn and Swan; New York. 
1216. Blue, Green and Gold. 1221. Orange Tulips. 

MOONEY, EDWARD 

Born in New York, 1813. Student of Inman and Page. He painted several portraits of 
mayors of New York. Member of the American .Academy. 



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PAINTERS AND ILLUSTRATORS 

MOONEY, EDWARD (Continued) 
2732. Achmet Ben Amar. 

Lent by the City of New York. 

MORA, F. LUIS 

Born Montevideo, Uruguay, 1S74. Studied: School of Boston Museum, under Benson 
and Tarbell; A. S. L. of A'. Y., under Moubray. Member: A. N. A., 190.1; N. A., 
1906; A.S.L. of N.Y; S.J., 1901; S.A.A.. 1905; N. Y. ArchLg., 1903; A. /F. C. S.; 
N. Y. If. C. C, 1904. Honors: Gold medal, A. C. Phila., 1901 ; gold medal, A. A. S., 
1902; Itvo bronze medals, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; first Hallgarten prize, N. A. D., 
1905; Beal prize, N. Y. tV. C. C, 1907; Evans prize, Salma. C, 190S ; S/iaiv prize, 
Salma. C, 1910; silver medal. International Exposition, Buenos Aires, 1910. 
Gold Medal, for Oil Painting, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 

'915- 

Gold Medal, for Water Color Painting, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 

Francisco, 1915. 
2212. Black, Grey and Rose. 4148. Vacation Time. 

3407. The Fortune Teller. 4150. Spanish Fair in the Time of Goya. 

MORAN, EDWARD 

Born Philadelphia, lS6j. Studied ivitb his father, Edivard Moran; P. A. F. A , under 
S. J. Ferris; N. A. D. in New York: four years in Paris and London. Member: 
A. W. C. S. Honors: First Hallgarten prize, .V. A. D., 1SS6; first gold medal, Am. Art 
Assoc, New York. 1888. 

2932. Brush Burning. 

Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts Acad- 
emy. 

MORAN, PETER 

Born Bolton, England, 1S41; came to America as a child. Studied with his brothers, 
Thomas and Edward Moran, in Philadelphia; also in London. Member: Phila. Soc. 
of Etchers. Honors: Medal, Centennial Exposition, Philadelphia, 1876; medal for etch- 
ings on copper; gold medal, A. A. S., 1902; gold medal, A. C, Phila., 1904. 

2696. Pueblo of Zia. 2974. Water Bearer.- San Juan. 

2739. September Haze. 

MORAN, THOMAS 

Born Bolton, England, lSs7; brought to .Imerica in 1844. Studied with James Hamil- 
ton in Philadelphia; in London, Paris and Ualy. Member: A. N. A., 18S1; N. A., 1884; 
A.IV.C.S.; P.A.F.A. Honors: Medal and diploma. Centennial Exposition, Phila- 
delphia, 1876; silver medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901 ; gold medal, A.A.S., 
1902. 
2954. A California Forest. 

MORSE. SAMUEL F. B. 

Born Charlestown, Mass.. 1781 ; died. New York, 1S72. Pupil of Washington Allstori and 
Benjamin West. Gold medal by Adelphi Society of Arts, 1813. One of the original 
founders of the Nationa .Icademy of Design, and President of that organization from 
1827 to 1S45, and from 1S61 to 1862. 
ZIYI. Portrait.- Mrs. David Olyphant. 2733. Wm. Paulding. 

Lent by Robert M. Olyphant, Esq. Lent by the City of New York. 

2720. Portrait of William Cullen Bryant. 

Lent by the National Academy of 
Design. 

MOSER, JAMES HENRY 

Born Whitby, Canada, iS=i4. Died, Washington, D. C, 1913. Studied with John H 

Witt and Charles H. Davis. Member: A. W. C. S.; N.Y.W.C.C. Honors: Medal. 

Atlanta Exposition, 1895; first Corcoran prize. Wash. W.C. C, 1900; bronze medal. 

Charleston Exposition, 1902; Parsons prize. Wash. W. C. C, 1903. Assistant Director, 

Knoxville. Tenn., Exposition, 1910. 
1758. November Sunset; Canaan Mountain. 1760. Pond Hill in October. 



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MOSER, JAMES HENRY (Continued) 

1762. October in Cornwall. 1772. Overlook Mountain; Catskills. 

1770. Showery Weather: Adirondacks. 1774. Fog Lifting. 

MOTT-SMITH, MAY 

Born Honolulu, Haivaii. Studied: Color ossi Academy, under Courtois, Van H'eyden, 

Garridos, T. Spicer-Simson. 
1270. Sea Foam. 1275. Miniature. 

1274. Portrait of a Woman. 

MOUNT, WILLIAM SIDNEY 

Born in Sautucket, L. I., iSoy ; died, lS68. Familiarly called the fVilkie of America. 

2777. Flowers. 2800. The Painter's Triumph. 

2779. Portrait of President Van Buren. Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 

of the Fine Arts. 

MUHRMAN, HENRY 

Born Cincinnati, Ohio, lSS4- Studied: Munich Academy of Fine Arts. Member: 
A. jr. C. S.: Inter. Soc. of Painters, Sculptors and Gravers; London Pastel Soc; Munich 
Secession (hon.); Berlin Secession. Honors: Gold medal, Munich .4cademy, iSyy ; 
medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, iSgj; gold medal, Munich Exposition, iSg~ ; gold 
medal. International Exposition, Dresden, igol ; gold medal, Louisiana Purchase Ex- 
position, igo4. 
Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2552. Flower Vendor. 4216. Sunset. 

3515. Highgate. 4217. Autumn Landscape with Children. 

4212. Garden Flowers. 4218. Chrysanthemums. 

4213. Town and Sky. 4410. The Barge. 
4215. Boy with White Coat. 

MUNDY, ETHEL FRANCES 

Born Syracuse, N. Y. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y. Member of the Royal Soiccty of 

Miniature Painters of England, igi2. 
1222. Mr. F. A. Saunders. 1225. Sally Cameron. 

1224. Margaret Mundy. 1227. Miss Ruth Wales. 

MURA, FRANK 

Born .-llsace, 1S61. Taken as a child to America and became an American citizen. 
Studied in Munich under Herterich and Loefftz, and later at the Hague. 
Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2550. On the Downs. 423S. Below London Bridge. 

4227. Cloudy Day on the Thames. 4241. The Old Malt House. 

4228. Street in Warwick; Winter. 4242. Market Carts. 

4230. Brewer's Draymen. 4244. Barges in Tow. 

4231. Washerwomen. 4245. Castle Wall; Warwick. 

4232. Cottages in Warwick . 

MURPHY, ADA CLIFFORD 

Studied: Cooper Union and ii-ith Douglas Folk in New York. Honors: Hallgarten 
prize, N. A. D., 1894; honorable mention, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, igoi. 

2303. Sweet Apples. 

MURPHY, CAROLINE BOWLES 

Born Laiurence, Kansas, 1S67. Studied A. S. L. of N. Y. 
1027. In the Azores. 1032. Hot Springs. 

1030. A Cloud. 

MURPHY, J. FRANCIS 

Born Osivego, A'. 1'., 1853. Member: A. N. A., iSS'i; N. A., 18S7 ; S.A.A , jgoi; 
A. IV. C. S. Honors: Second Hallgarten prize, N. A. D., 18S5; IVebb prize, S.A.A., 
1SS7 ; medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, i8gs: Evans prize, .4. IV. C. S., 1894; 
gold medal, A. C, Phila., iSgg; honorable mention, Paris Exposition, igoo; silver medal. 



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PAINTERS AND ILLUSTRATORS 

MURPHY, J. FRANCIS (Continued) 

I'an-.-lmerican Exposition, Jgoi ; gold medal, Charleston Exposition, ig04; Carnegie 

prize, S. .1. A., igoj ; silver medal, St. Louis Exposition, igo.f; Innes gold medal, N.A.D., 

1910; gold medal, International Exposition, Buenos Aires, 1910; Evans prize, Salma. C, 

1911. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3315. Frostbitten Wood and Field. 

MURPHY, HERMANN DUDLEY 

Born Marlboro, Mass., lS6~. Studied: Boston Museum School; Laurens in Paris. Mem- 
ber: A', y. /F. C. C. Honors: Bronze medal, P an-. I m eric an Exposition, Buffalo, n)0l; 
silver medal for portrait and bronze medal for water color, St. Louis Exposition, I()o.f. 
Silver Medal, for Oil Painting, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 

1915- 

Silver Medal, for K'ater Color Painting, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 

Francisco, igij. 

1117. Fireworks. 1140. The Salute. 

1118. The Sails. 2166. Venetian Brocade. 

1123. The Yellow Palace. 2430. Morro Castle: San Juan. 

1133. Rio San Antonio. 2434. Wind. 

1139. The Green Door. 2437. In the Azores. 

MURRAY. FRANK WALDO 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igiS- 
4429. Portrait of Robert Fowler. 

MURRAY, GRACE H. 

Born in New York City, 1872. Studied: A. S. L., N. Y.; Academy Julien, Paris, France; 

with Professor G. Ferrier and H'm. Bouguereau. 
1291. Portrait of Mrs. H. L. W. 1295. Miniature Study. 

MYRICK, KATHARINE 
1883. Study. 

NAHL, PERHAM W. 

Born San Francisco, jS6g. Studied: Mark Hopkins Institute of Art, California School 
of Design, Akadmie Heymann, Munchen. Honors: Medal, Alaska Yukon Exposition, 
Seattle; first prize, poster (Thirteenth Labor of Hercules) for the Panama-Pacific Inter- 
national Exposition. 
Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, IQIS- 

2144. Despair. 

NEAGLE, JOHN 

Born Boston, 7799; died, Philadelphia, 186^. Studied with Bass Otis and Stuart. Mar- 
ried a stepdaui^hter and niece of Sully and devoted himself to portrait painting. Director 
of the P. A. F.A., 1830-31. 

2761. Junius Brutus Booth. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

NEILSON, RAYMOND P. R. 

Born Neiu York. Studied with Laurens and Lucien Simon in Paris. Honors: Silver 

medal. Salon des Artistes Francais, 1914. 

Silver .Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, I<)1^. 
2428. A Glass of Wine. 3186. A String of Beads. 

3182. The Hand Glass. 

NELL, TONY 

Born H'ashins^ton, D. C. Studied: Students' School of Art, Denver. Member: N. Y. 

W. C. C. Honor: Beal prize, N. Y. IV. C. C, igio. 
4139. Floating Feather. 4239. Study in Black. 

4233. Paper Ladies. 



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NELSON, BRUCE 

Born San Jose, Cal., iSSS. Studied: California: New York. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2448. The Golden Shore. 4096. Sea and Sky. 

3609. Along the Shore. 4176. The Summer Sea. 

NETTLETON, WALTER 

Born New Haven, Conn., 1S61. Studied: Yale School of Fine Arts; Boulani;er and 
Lefehvre in Paris. Member: S. A. A., looi; .4. N. A., 1905. Honors: Honorable 
mention, Paris Salon, i8g3; silver medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904 ; gold medal, A. .1 . S., 
1907 ; bronze medal, Buenos Aires and Santiago Exposition, jgio. 
2171. When Sleeping Winter Dreams of Sum- 
mer Skies. 

NEUHAUS, EUGEN 

Born Barmen, Germany, iS^Q. Studied: Kassel and Berlin, Germany. Holland and 
France. Member: San Francisco Soc. of .Irtists. Ass't Prof. Decorative Design, Univer- 
sity of California. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 
San Francisco, 191 5. 

2321. Plowing at Ingleside. 2327. Eucalypti at Berkeley Hills. 

2322. Monterey Dunes. 2416. Cliffs at Westport. 
2326. A Corner of Lake Merced. 2419. Helvetia Cemetery. 

NEWELL, PETER 

Born Illinois, 1862. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y. 
1928. My Daughter. 1929. Portrait of Miss G. 

NICHOLLS, RHODA HOLMES 

Born Coventry, England; came to America in 1SS4. Studied: Bloomsbury School of 
Art in London; Cammerano and Vertunni in Rome. Member: A. S. L. of N. Y.; 
A. IV. C. S.; N. Y. W. C. C. Honors: Gold medal. Competitive Prize Fund Exh., New 
York; medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, iSqs: medal, .Itlanta Exposition, iSof,; 
medal, Nashville Exposition, i8q7; medal, Boston; medal. Charlotte, N. C: bronze medal, 
Pan-.lmerican Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; bronze medal, Charleston Exposition, 1902; 
bronze medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904. 
4191. 1860. 

NICHOLS, HOBART 

Born Washington, D. C, 1S69. Studied with Howard Helmich and A. S. L. in Wash- 
ington: Julian Academy and Castellucho in Paris. Member: A. N. A., 1912; S. fFash. 
A.; Wash. W. C. C; N. Y. W. C. C. Honors: Second Corcoran prize. Wash. W. C. C, 
1901; Parsons prize, S. Wash. A., 1902; Parsons prize, Wash. W. C. C, 1904; first 
Corcoran prize. Wash. W. C. C, 1906. Assistant to Director of Fine Arts, U. S. Com- 
mission, Paris Exposition, 1900. 
3177. The Knob: Maine. 

NISBET, ROBERT H. 

Born Providence, R. I. Studied: R. I. School of Design; A. S. L. of N. Y. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
3444. The Emerald Robe. 
NOBLE, JOHN 

Born Wichita, Kansas, 1874. Studied in Paris. 
4099. Paris: The Beach. 4404. Toilers of the Sea. 

NOBLE, THOMAS SATTERWHITE 

Born in Lexington, Ky., 183} : died, 1906. Studied with Thomas Couture in Paris. Re- 
turned to United States in 1859. Resided in St. Louis and later in Cincinnati, Ohio. 
In lS6g was in charge of the School of Design of the McMieken University, which 
became, in 1884, the Art Academy of Cincinnati. Retired in 1004 as Professor Emeritus. 
Silver medal, Cincinnati Exposition; medal, Atlanta, Ga., 1895. 
2685. The Polish Exile. 

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NORDELL, CARL J. 

Born Copenha/^en, Denmark. Studied: Boston Museum School, under Tarbell; A. S. L. 

of N. Y., under Bridgeman and Dumond; Julian Academy in Paris, under Laurens; 

R. I. School of Design. 

Siher Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2348. The Chinese Beads. 3311. The Hostess. 

3308. The Pink Scarf. 3511. The Listeners. 

NORMAN, MABEL 

Born at Neziport, Rhode Island. Studied with Tarhell, Benson and Hale. 
4269. Portrait of Mrs. Helene Anderson. 4288. Portrait of Dr. George Cerio. 

4272. Portrait of Mr. Charles H. Hapgood. 4289. Maestro Alessandro.- Profile. 

4276. Maestro Alessandro. 4293. Portrait of Mrs. Wra. R. Hunter. 

4284. Matilde. 

NOURSE, ELIZABETH 

Born Cincinnati, Ohio, 1S60. Studied: Art Academy in Cincinnati ; Lefebvre, Henner 
and Carolus-Duran in Paris. Member: Soc. Nat. des Beaux-Arts, igoi. Honors: Medal, 
Columbian Exposition, Chicago, iSqs>' third class medal, Inst, de Carthage, Tunis, iSgy; 
first class gold medal, NashtHle Exposition, iSg~; silver medal, Paris Exposition, ipoo; 
silver medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904. 
Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2606. Summer. 

NOYES, GEORGE L. 

Born Canada, 1S64. Studied ivith Coiirtois, Rixen, Le Blanc and Delance in Paris. 

Honors: Bronze medal. International Exposition, Buenos Aires, IQIO. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igi^. 
2449. Mount Lafayette. 3797. Spring Morning; Medfield. 

3793. Late Autumn. 

NUNN, FREDERIC 

Born Philadelphia, iSyg. Studied: P. A. F. A., under Anschutz, Breckenridge, Chase 

and Cecilia Beaux. 
936. Harbor in Winter. 2157. A Seaside Roost. 

940. Sand and Sea. 

OAKLEY, THORNTON 

Born Pittsburg, iSSl. Studied architecture at Univ. of Pa.; pupil of Howard Pyle 
at Wilmington, Del. Member: Phila. iV. C. C. Honors: .4rthur Brooke prize. Univ. 
of Pennsylvania; Beck prize, izth Annual Philadelphia Water Color Exhibition, 1914. 
Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
73. Rajpulana. 82. Peasant Woman. 

78. Bullock Cart: Rajputana. 83. Fisherman. 

79. Water Buffalo. 85. The Guard of the Maharajah. 

80. Faggot Gatherer. 86. Fakir. 

81. Shinto Pilgrim. 

OAKLEY, VIOLET 

Born New York, 1874. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y.; P. A. F. A., under Howard Pylc and 
Cecilia Beaux; .1 man-Jean, Collin and Lazar in Paris. Member: Phila. IV. C. C: 
N. Y. W. C. C; S.I. (Assoc); Mural P. Honors: Gold medal for illustration and 
silver medal for mural decoration, St. Louis Exposition, ICJ04 ; gold medal of honor, 
P. A. F. A., 11)0 s- 

Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
1371. The Divine Comedy of Dante. 3015. The Tragic Muse. 

Lent by Robert J. Collier, Esq. Lent by Edward H. Coates, Esq. 

O'BRIEN, FRANK M. 
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OCHTMAN, LEONARD 

Born Zonnemaire, Holland, l8S4; settled at Albany, N. Y., lS66; self-taught. Member: 
S. A. A., 1891; A.N. A., JS98; N. A., 1904; A.IV.C.S.: N. Y. IV. C. C; Nat. Inst. 
A. L. Honors: Prize, Brooklyn .4. C, 1S91; medal, Columbian Exposition, C/iicaj^o, 
1S93; gold medal, A. C, P/iila., 1894; silver medal, Pan-.imerican Exposition, Buffalo, 
190 1 ; silver medal, Charleston Exposition, 1902; Morgan prize, Salma. C, 1902 ; Sha^u 
fund prize, S. .1. A., 1902; Innes gold medal, N. .4. D., 1903; Evans prize, Salma. C, 
190s; If'ebb prize, S. A. .■!., 1904; t'v.o gold medals foil and ivater color), St. Louis 
Exposition, 1904; second Corcoran prize, S. Wash. A., /905; Rhead purchase, Richmond, 
(Ind.) .4. C, 1905; Inness prize, Salma. C, 1906; Evans prize, Salma C, 1907 ; medal 
of second class, Knoxville Exposition, 1911. 
Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3184. Winter Morning: Mianus River. 3185. The Brook in Spring. 

OLINSKY, IVAN G. 

Born South Russia, 1S7S. Came to this country in 1891. Studied: N. A. D., 1893-1898, 
•winning all school prizes. For eight years assistant to John La Farge. Studied abroad, 
190S, in Venice and Paris, exhibiting at Salon. Returned to America in 191 1. On Faculty 
of Schools of National Academy of Design. Member .-Issociation of Mural Painters; 
associate of National .Academy of Design, 1914. Honor: Thomas B. Clarke prize. Na- 
tional .Academy of Design, 1914. 

2184. Two Girls. 

OLIVER, JEAN NUTTING 

Born Lynn, Mass. Studied: Boston Museum School. 
1301. The Shade Hat. 1305. Master Aldrieh. 

OLSON, ALBERT BYRON 

Born Montrose, Colo., 18S/;. Studied: P. A. F. A. 

2415. Still Life. " 4279. Ballet. 

4091. Decoration: The Three Sisters. 4281. Ballet. 

OLSON, JOSEPH OLIVER 

Born Buffalo, Minn., 1S94. Studied liith F. Tadema. Honor: First Prize for Land- 
scape, King County Fair, Seattle, IVash. 
4422. The Landscape Class. 

OTIS, AMY 

Born Sher.zi.-ood, N. Y. Studied: Philadelphia School of Design and P. A. F. A.; Col- 
orossi .4cademy, Courtois and Garrido in Paris. Member: Phila. IV. C. C; Pa. S. 
Min. P. 
1361. A College Girl. 1365. Portrait of an Artist. 

OTIS, BASS 

Born in Nev} England, 1784; died in Philadelphia, 1861. Invented the Perspective Pro- 
tractor, 1815, and made the first lithograph on stone produced in America, 1891. 

2793. Portrait of Mrs. Cromwell. 

Lent bv Thomas C. Corner, Esq. 

PACKARD, MABEL 

Born loiL-a. Studied: .4. I. C; Colorossi .4cademy in Paris. Member: Chicago S. .4. 
Honor: Bronze medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904. 

1231. Portrait; Miss P. 1235. Study of a Head. 

PADDOCK, ETHEL LOUISE 

Born New York, lS8y. Studied: Neiv York School of .4rt; Henri. 
1034. Red Haired Girl. 1070. Night. 

PADDOCK, JOSEPHINE 

Born AV-.f York, 1SS5. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y.; Henri School of Art. 
2119. The Blue Feather. 3329. Black Cap. 

2128. Youth. 3497. Miss M. and a Parrot. 

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PAGE, MARIE DANFORTH 

Born Boston, iS6<). Studied: Boston Museum School. Member: Union Inter, des Beaux- 
Arts et des Let Ires. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, l<)lj. 

2304. Portrait of Anna Coleman Ladd. 3242. Tommy. 

3031. Dressing Genevieve. 

PAGE. WILLIAM 

Born in Albany, N. Y., iSil; died in Stolen Island, iSSS- Studied <with S. F. B. Morse. 
Painted in .ilbany. New York, Boston and Rome. Produced his I'enus, iSjg, and 
Shakespeare from the Death Mask, lS/6. 

2799. Mother and Child. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 

PAGES, JULES 

Born San Francisco, Cal., 1S67. Studied with Constant, Lefebvre and Robert-Fteury in 
Paris. Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1895; third class medal, Paris Salon, 
iSw; second class medal, Paris Salon, igoj- Instructor at the Julian Academy ni^ht 
class since Jg03. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 
San Francisco, IQIS- 

3305. On the Quais; Paris. 

PAICE, PHILIP STUART 

Born London, Eng., 1SS6. Studied: Heatlierbys, Royal .4cademy Schools, London, Eng. 
1226. Me and Pussy. 

PALMER, PAULINE 

Born Mcllenry, III. Studied: .1. I. C; Collin, Prinet, Courtois and Simon in Paris. 

Member: Chicago S. A. Honors: Bronze medal, St. Louis Exposition, 11)04; Young 

Fortnightly prize, igoy ; Marshall Field prize, 1907. 
3012. The Ledge. 

PANCOAST, MORRIS HALL 

Born Salem, A'. J., 1S77. Studied: P. .1. F. A., under Anshutz; Laurens in Paris. 
4443. Afternoon: Tomkinsville. 

PAPE, ERIC 

Born San Francisco, 1S70. Studied: Emil Carlsen in New York; F.cole des Beaux-.'Irts 

in Paris, under Gerome. Member: United Arts C, London; Royal Soc. of Arts, London; 

.Ittantic Union, London; North British .-Icademy; Director, Eric Pape School of .irt. 

Honors: Five medals and diplomas at -various exhibitions. 
3420. Edith Wynne Mathison as Hermione. 4260. The Mexican Dance. 
3426. Mrs. John Hays Hammond. 

PARADISE, JOHN W. 

Born in New Jersey. 178$; died, 1833. He went to Philadelphia and for a short time 
studied under Bolozan and in 1S03 commenced professionally as an artist. In 1810 
moved to New York, where he was actively engaged for many years. Most of the 
engravings in the Methodist Magazine are from his paintings. 
2784. Portrait. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

PARKER, LAWTON S. 

Born Fairfield, Mich., 1S6S. Studied with Gerome, Laurens, Constant, Besnard and 
Whistler in Paris: Chase in New York. Member: Chicago S. A. Honors: John .Arm- 
strong Candler five-year European Scholarship, lS<)6; honorable mention, Paris Salon, 
IQOo; third class medal, Paris Salon, I()OJ; silver medal St. Louis Exposition, 190.1; gold 
medal. International Exposition, Munich, I90J; honorable mention, C. I., Pittsburg, 1907; 
Cahn prize, .'I. I. C, 1907. 
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PARKER, LAWTON S. (Continued) 

3296. Portrait of Mrs. Ray Atherton. 3300. An English Girl. 

3298. Paresse. 

PARRISH, CLARA WEAVER 

Born Salem, Ala. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y., under Chase, Moiubray, Cox and J. Alden 

Weir. Member: N. Y. IF. C. C. Honors: Silver medal, Appalachian Exposition; 

IVatrous prize. Associated IVomen Painters and Sculptors. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igiS- 
3860. The Worshipper. 

PARRISH, STEPHEN 

Born Philadelphia, l8a6. Self-taught. Member: R. Soc. Painter-etchers, London; N. Y. 

Etching C. 
2943. Winter Sunset: Cape Cod. 

PARSHALL, DE WITT 

Born Buffalo, N. Y., JS64. Studied luith Cormon, Bouguerau and Alexander Harrison in 
Paris. Member: A. N. A., 1910. 
2352. The Hermit Creelc Canyon. 2370. Great Abyss. 

PARTINGTON, GERTRUDE 

Born Heasham, England. Studied: Paris and Madrid. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
3506. Portrait of Mrs. Jaclc Allan Partington. 
PARTINGTON, J. H. E. 
2684. The Old Bellman. 

Lent by R. L. Partington, Esq. 

PATTEE, ELSIE DODGE 

Born Chelsea, Mass. Studied: Paris, France. Member: American Society of Min. 

Painters. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
1869. The Little Embroiderer. 1873. The Pink Scarf. 

1872. The Yellow Book. 1875. At the Window. 

PATTERSON, MARGARET J. 

Born Socrabajia, Java. Studied: Pratt Inst., under Arthur Dow in Brooklyn; Charles 
H. Woodbury in Boston; Castelluchio in Italy. Director of Draiving, Boston Public 
Schools. 

4254. Basque Fishing Boats. 

PATTERSON, REBECCA BURD PEALE 

Born Philadelphia, iSSl. Studied: Penna. Museum and School of Industrial Art; Wm. 
J. Whittemore, Neiv York. 
1200. George, Jr. 

PAXTON, MARTHA K. D. 

Born Philadelphia, iS^S- Studied: School of Design for Women. 
1316. Muriel S. 

PAXTON, ELIZABETH OKIE 

Born Providence, R. I. Studied luith William M. Paxton. 
Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
4152. In the Morning. 

PAXTON, WILLIAM McGREGOR 

Born Baltimore, lS6g. Studied: Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris under Gerome; Dennis 
M. Bunker in Boston. Honors: Honorable mention, Pan-.4merican Exposition, Buffalo, 
1901; bronze medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; silver medal. International Exposition, 
Buenos Aires, igio; honorable mention, Appalachian Exposition, Knoxville, igil. 
Member International Jury of Awards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
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PAXTON, WILLIAM McGREGOR (Continued) 

3771. Breakfast. 3794. Woman and Baby. 

3773. Daylight and Lamplight. 3808. Glow of Gold and Gleam of Pearl. 

3784. Bellissima. 3812. The Housemaid. 

3787. Portrait of James Paxton. 

PAYNE, EDGAR 

Born Boston, iS6/. Studied: Boston, Florence, Institute de Belle Arti; Julian Academy, 
Paris, igio. 
3449. Infinitude. 
PEALE, CHARLES WILLSON 

Born in Chestertoicn, Md., 17-11 : died in Philadelphia, 1827. Pursued portrait paintini^ 
vAthout regular instruction until 176S. Then luent to England and resided in the house- 
hold of ff'est. Returned to this country in 1770. Painted at Mount Vernon the first and 
earliest authentic portrait of Washington, May, J772. He is said to have painted Wash- 
ington from life fourteen times. H'as one of the founders of the P. A. F. A., in 1S05, and 
a director until 1810. 
2791. Portrait of Colonel Charles Pettit, Wash- 
ington's Quartermaster General. 
Lent by Mrs. Seth C. Hetherington. 
PEALE, J. S. 
2701. The Pet. 

Lent by the National Academy of 
Design. 
PEALE, JAMES 

Born Annapolis, Md., 1749; died in Philadelphia, iS^l. Brother of Charles IFittson 
Peale, and his pupil. Served in the Revolution as an officer. Executed many portraits 
and miniatures ; also attempted landscapes. 
1325. Portrait of Reuben Etting. 2762. Anna and Margaretta Peale. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 

of the Fine Arts. of the Fine Arts. 

1328. Portrait of Frances Gratz Etting. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 
PEALE. REMBRANDT 

Born Bucks County, Pa., 1778 : died Philadelphia, i860. Studied with his father, Charles 
ll'illson Peale, and Benjamin West. Exhibited at Royal Academy, London, 1833. 
2686. George Taylor. 2789. Henry Robinson. 

Lent by the Brooklyn Museum. 

PEARCE, CHARLES SPRAGUE 

Born Boston, Mass., iS^i. Died 1914. Studied <with Bonnat in Paris. Member: S. A. .4., 
1SS6; A. N. A., lc/06; Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: Medal, Boston, 1S7S; honorable mention, 
Paris Salon, 1S81; prize, P. A. F. A., 1881 ; silver medal, Boston, iSSi; third class 
medal, Paris Salon, 1883; gold medal. Mechanics' Institute, Boston, 1S84; Temple gold 
medal, P. .1. F. A., 18S3; gold medal of honor, Ghent, 1SS6; gold medal, Munich, 1S88; 
diploma of honor, Berlin, l8()i; gold medal, San Francisco, 1894; gold medal, Atlanta 
Exposition, 1895; Vienna Staats gold medal, l8()S ; silver medal, Pan-American Exposi- 
tion, Buffalo, 1901; Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, France, 1894; Order of Leopold, 
Belgium, 1895; Order of the Red Eagle, Prussia, 1S97; Order of Dannerberg, Denmark, 
1899. 
919. The Beheading of John the Baptist. 
Lent by Art Institute of Chicago. 
PEARSON, JOSEPH T.. JR. 

Born Gcrmanlown, 1S76. Studied ivith J. .4lden Weir and IVm. M. Chase. Honors: Bronze 
medal, International Exposition, Buenos Aires, 1910; second Hallgarten prize, N. A. D., 
jgil; honorable mention, C. I., Pittsburgh, 1911; Sesnan medal, P. A. F. A., IQII. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
3318. Ducks in a Marsh. 3327. Fox and Geese. 

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PENNOYER, SHELDON P. 

Born Oakland, Cal., iSSS. Studied in Paris. 
1119. Trinket Vendor; Frascati. 1141. Market Scene: Frascati. 

PEPER, META A. 

Born Neiv York, iSS/. Studied: Cooper Institute and A. S. L. of Nenxi York. 
1897. Portrait of Young Man. 1908. Portrait of Christine Peper. 

PERCY, ISABELLA C. 

Born Alameda, Cat., l882. Studied: Hopkins Art Institute, San Francisco; Teachers' 
College, Columbia, N. Y.; Brang^vyn in London. Member: N. S. C. Instructor Berkeley 
School of Arts and Crafts. 
4295. Interior of Mission: San Juan. 

PERRIE, BERTHA E. 

Honors: Second Corcoran prize, Ifashington If. C. C, JQOO; first Corcoran prize, JFash- 
ington If. C. C, 1904- 
1889. An English Garden. 1896. A Brittany Peasant Girl. 

PERRINE, VAN BEARING 

Born Garnett, Kan., iS6q. Honors: Silver medal, Charleston Exposition, l<)02; honorable 

mention, C. I., Pittsburgh, 1903. 

Siher medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1913. 

2185. Children of the Wind. 

PERRY, LILLA CABOT 

Born Boston. Studied: Julian and Colorossi Academies in Paris. Honors: Silver medal, 
Massachusetts Mechanics' Association, Boston, 1892; bronze medal, St. Louis Exposition, 

1904- 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1913. 

2145. Mv Lamb. 3028. A Fairy Tale. 

2992. Hi'ldegarde. 3293. Open Air Concert. 

PETERSON, JANE 

Born Elgin, III. Studied i^ith Snell, Birge Harrison and Dumond in New York; Brang- 
luyn in London; Blanche in Paris ; Sorolla in Madrid. Member: N. Y. If. C. C. 

4219. Rapids above Niagara. 4346. Old Morlaix. 

4267. Sunlight and Shadow: Venice. 4381. Low Tide. 

4271. Old Venice. 

PEYRAUD, FRANK C. 

Born Bulle, Sivitzerland, 1838. Studied: A. I. C; Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Mem- 
ber: Chicago S. A.; S. If. A. Honor: Fortnightly prize, A. I. C, 1899. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 19T3. 
2213. Summer Evening. 3238. October. 

PFEIFFEN, JUSTUS 

Born AVxy York, iSSS. Studied: N. A. D. and tuith Emit Carlsen. Honor: Sih'er medal, 

International Exposition, Buenos Aires, 1910. 
2103. Central Park. 

PHILLIPS, CAROLINE KING 

Born Auburn, N. Y., 1S69. Studied: School of Design, Philadelphia; L. O. Merson 
Studio, Paris; School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 

1846. Miss Elizabeth Johnson. 1852. Colonel Graham Denby Fitch. 

1847. Mrs. W. S. Burgess. 1853. Miss Carol S. Johnson. 
1850. Graham Newell Fitch. 

PIAZZONL GOTTARDO F. P. 

Born Intragna, Suitzerland, 1872. Studied: San Francisco, Paris and Rome. 
J245. The End of the Day. 3253. Lux Aeterna. 



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PIERCE, LUCY V. 

Born San Francisco, iSoo- Studied: California School of Arts and Crafts, Berkeley; San 
Francisco Institute of Art. 
4226. Carmel Landscape. 

PINE, ROBERT EDGE 

Born in London, 17-13 ; died in Philadelphia, 1790. He ivas the son of John Pine, 
the engraver, and luas established in London as early as 1761-62. For his picture, "The 
Surrender of Calais," 1760, he received the first prize of one hundred guineas from the 
Society for the Encouragement of Art. In 1762 he obtained the first prize for "Canute on 
the Seashore, Reproving His Courtiers for Flattery." His first portrait ivas that of the 
Hon. Francis Hopkinson and bears the date of 1783. 
2788. Portrait; General Henry Lee. 

Lent by John Frederick Lewis, Esq. 

POOKE, MARION L. 

Born S'atick, Mass. Studied: Boston Xormal Art School; School of the Museum of Fine 

Arts, Boston. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191 j. 
2987. Silhouettes. 3500. Donna Italiana. 

3317. The Wall Flower. 

POOR, HENRY VARNUM 

Born Chapman, Kan., 1SS7. Studied: London and Paris. 
3145. The Orchardist and His Family. 4173. Baby's Toilet. 

POORE, HENRY RANKIN 

Born Aev.ark, A'. J., /i'5y. Studied: Peter Moran and P. A. F. A. in Philadelphia; N. A. 
D. in New York; Luminals and Bouguereau in Paris. Member: .4. N. A., iSSS; Union 
Inter, des Beaux-.4rts et des Lettres. Honors: First prize, American Art Assocaition; 
second Hallgarten prize; A'. A. D., iSSS : bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buf- 
falo, 1901; silver medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; gold medal, Buenos Aires, jgio. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2333. Twilight on the Moor. 2578. New England Winter. 

POTTHAST, EDWARD HENRY 

Born Cincinnati, ()., 18^7. Studied: Cincinnati Academy; .Antwerp, Munich and Paris. 
Member: S. A. A., 1962; A. N. A., 1S99; N. A., 1906; A. IV. C. S.; N. Y. IV. C. C; 
iXat. Inst. A. L. Honors: Clarke prize, N. A. D., 1S99; Evans prize, A. IV. C. S., 1901; 
gold medal, A. A. S., 1902; Inness prize, Salma. C, 1904; silver medal, St. Louis Ex- 
position, 1904; Morgan prize, Salma. C, 1904; Inness prize, Salma. C, 1905. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2178. The lUecilewaet Glacier. 2585. Splashing. 

2233. Peace and Quiet. 2588. A July Day. 

2349. A Rift in the Clouds. 2589. In the Surf. 

2583. A Holiday. 2590. Kiddies. 

2584. The Seaside. 

POWELL, ARTHUR J. E. 

Born I'anviert, ()., ;<S'6/. Studied: San Francisco School of Design; St. Louis School of 

Fine ,'lrts; Julian ."Icademy, Toulouze and Ferrier in Paris. 
2357. Bronx Kills. 

POWERS, MARION 

Born London, Eng. Studied in Paris and London Honors: Walter LippincotI prize, P. 

A. F. A., 1907: silver medal. International Exhibition, Buenos .'lires, 19 10. 

Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2604. The Bouquet. 2609. Encore. 

2607. A Tea Party. 

PRATT, MATTHEW 

Born Philadelphia, 1734; died Philadelphia, 1S05. .Accompanied the father of Benjamin 



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PRATT, MATTHEW (Continued) 

fVesI to London in 1764. Became a pupil of West. Returned to Philadelphia in 1768, and 
resumed his profession there. 
2786. Portrait of Benjamin West. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 

PRENDERGAST, MAURICE B. 

Born Boston, Mass., 1S60. Studied: Julian Academy, Paris; Ecole des Beaux-Arts. Mem- 
ber: N. Y. IV. C. C. A-iuard: Bronze medal for •water color, Pan-.imerican Exposition, 
Buffalo, igoi. 

1104. The Beach. 1107. Canal: Venice. 

1105. The Rocks. 1108. Under the Trees. 

1106. Salute: Venice. 1109. The Sea. 
PRESTON, JAMES 

2433. Landscape. 4248. Paris, No. 8. 

4221. Paris, No. 9. 4249. Paris, No. 6. 

4222. Mamburg: Bavaria. 4250. Paris, No. 4. 

4223. Paris, No. 7. 4251. Paris, No. 3. 

4224. Paris, No. 5; Cafe. 4349. Regenburg: Bavaria. 

PRESTON, MAY WILSON 

Born New York, 1873. Studied: A. S. L. of Neiu York; N. A. D.; IVhisiler School in 

Paris. Member: S. I. (Assoc). 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1750. Drawing, No. 5. 1753. Drawing, No. 3. 

1751. Drawing, No. 1. 1754. Drawing, No. 6. 

1752. Drawing, No. 4. 1755. Drawing, No. 2. 

PRICE, EUGENIA 

Born Texas, 1S6S. Studied: St. Louis School of Fine Arts; A. I. C; Mrs. Virginia Rey- 
nolds, 

1842. Portrait; Mary Angell. 1845. The Spirit of Autumn. 

PURDIE, EVELYN 

Born Smyrna, Asia Minor. Studied: Boston Museum School under Grundmann ;Carolus- 
Duran, Henner and Mme. Debillemont-Chardon in Paris. Member: Pa. S. Min. P. 

1338. An Old Woman. 1341. Mrs. Oakley. 

1339. Miss Rice. 1342. Young Girj in Blue. 

1340. Portrait of Nancy. 
PUREFOY, HESLOPE 

Born Chapel Hill, N. C. Studied: Meredith College, Raleigh, N. C; A. S. L., Ne-iv York. 
1916. Jeanette. 1919. Miss Clark. 

1918. Portrait Study. 

PUTHUFF, HANSON 

Born IVaverly, Mo., 187$. Studied: University Art School, Denver, Colo. Honors: Hon- 

arable mention. Art School, Denver, 1893; second prize. Painters' Club Exhibition, 1909; 

honorable mention and cask prize. Spring Exhibition, California Art Club, 1913; diploma, 

Alaska-Yukon Exposition. 
2182. Home of the Ranger. 2186. Gray Day in Summer. 

PYLE, HOWARD 

Born IVilmington, Dela., 1853; died in Florence, Italy, igil. IVas educated in private 

schools and in A. S. L. of New York. An instructor at the Drexel Institute, Philadelphia; 

a member of the National Institute of Arts and Letters; associate member of the N. A. D., 

IQOS; academician, 1907. 
The Paintings and Drawings, by Howard morial Collection of the Artist's Work 
Pyle, Exhibited in Galleries Forty-One Belonging to the Wilmington Society of 
AND Forty-Two and Selected From the Me- Fine Arts, Are Lent by That Society. 
1988 to 2052. Drawings. 2054. Battle of Yorktown. 

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PYLE, HOWARD (Continued) 

2055. Inauguration of Washington. 

2056. Dividing the Treasure. 

2057. Captain Kidd. 

2058. La Salle Before Louis XIV. 

2059. Atlas and Hercules. 

2060. Lord of the Earth. 

2061. Suicide. 

2062. The Tory. 

2063. Magic Harper. 

2064. Battle of Germantown. 

2065. Lexington. 

2066. Sack of Carthagena. 

2067. Grasshopper and Ant. 

2068. Fleur-de-Iis. 

2069. Thomas Jefferson. 

2070. The Galleon. 

2071. The Buccaneers. 

2072. Washington's Retreat. 

2073. Evacuation of Charleston. 

2074. Spanish Dancer. 

2075. Loot. 



2076. Burning Ship. 

2077. Girl with Silver Veil. 

2078. Fair Suppliant. 

2079. Fight in Forest. 

2080. The Diplomats. 

2081. The Spies. 

2082. Meeting of Green and Gates. 

2083. Battle of Bunker Hill. 

2084. By Land and Sea, No. 7. 

2085. By Land and Sea, No. 6. 

2086. Modern Sindbad, No. 3. 

2087. Modern Sindbad, No. 2. 

2088. Modern Sindbad, No. 1. 

2089. The Artist. 

2090. Flying Dutchman. 

2091. Modern Sindbad, No. 5. 

2092. Second Class Passenger. 

2093. Modern Sindbad, No. 6. 

2094. Modern Sindbad, No. 4. 

2095. By Land and Sea, No. 8. 

2096. By Land and Sea, No. 5. 



QUARTLEY, ARTHUR 

2695. A Breezy Day off Canonicut. 

Lent by Mrs. Josiah Jewett. 
QUINLAN, WILL J. 

Born Brooklyn, N. Y., 1S77. Studied: J. B. Whittaker, Adelphi College; N. A. D. In New 

York under Maynard and Ifard; architecture at Pratt Institute. 
2100. Mt. Rainier from Pinnacle Peak. 
RADITZ, LAZAR 

Born Russia, 1SS7. Came to United States in igo^. Studied: P. A. F. A. Honors: The 

Charles Toppan second prize, igo6; the Cresson European Traveling Scholarship, 1907 ; 

the Cresson European Traveling Scholarship, 190S; the Charles Toppan first prize, I9og. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
3376. Self Portrait. 

RAMSEY, CHARLES F. 

Born Pont-Aven, Finistere, l87S- Studied: P. A. F. A.; Jean Laurens, Benjamin 

Constant. 
2130. A Garden. 

RAND. ELLEN G. EMMET 

Born San Francisco, Cal., 1876. Studied in Neto York and Paris. Honors: Silver medal, 

St. Louis Exposition, 1904. 

Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 11)15. 
2986. Grenville. 2993. In the Studio. 

2990. Singing. 2995. Professor William James. 

2991. Madam M. P. T. 

RANDOLPH, LEE F. 

Born Ravenna, 0., 1880. Studied: Cincinnati, Ohio, Nevu York; Ecole des Beaux-Arts, 

Paris, under Bonnat ; Julian Academy, and at Rome, Italy. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
1144. White Cosmos. 2118. The Grape Vine. 

2117. Winter: Northern France. 4143. Avignon: France. 

RAPHAEL, JOSEPH 

Born California, 1871. Studied: Hopkins Institute and /[cademie Julian. Honors: Honor- 
able mention, Paris Salon, 1905. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



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RAPHAEL, JOSEPH (Continued) 

2315. Belgian Farm. 3154. In Holland. 

2316. Environs of Brussels. 3165. Spring Winds. 
2382. Market Day on the Canal. 3189. Tulip Fields. 
RAVLIN, GRACE 

Born Kaneville. III. Studied: A. I. C; P. A. F. A. under Chase. Member: A. S. L. of 

Chicago. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, J()I5. 

3017. To the Cemetery: Venice. 4167. Evening: Market Place, Tangier. 

3018. Gate of the Grand Socco: Tangier. 4171. Market Day in the Grand Socco. 
REDFIELD, EDWARD W. 

Born Bridgeville, Del., l86S. Studied: P. A. F. A.; Bouguereau and Rohert-Fleury in Paris. 
Member: S. A. A., 1903: Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: Medal, A. C, Philadelphia. 1S96; 
bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 
igoi; Temple medal, P. A. F. A., J903; second Hallgarten prize, N. A. D., 1904; Shaw 
Fund prize, S. A. A., 1904; silver medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; Sesnan gold medal, 
P. A. F. A., 190s; second medal, C. I., Pittsburgh, 1903; H'ebb prize, S. A. .4., 1906; 
gold medal of honor, P. A. F. A., 1907 ; Fischer prize and bronze medal, Corcoran .1. G., 
1907; first H'. A. Clark prize and gold medal, Corcoran A. G., 190S : honorable mention, 
Paris Salon, 190S ; third class medal, Paris Salon, 1909; second Harris medal, A. I. C, 
1909; gold medal, Buenos Aires Exposition, 1910; Lippincott prize, P. A. F. A., 1912. 
Member International Jury of Awards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 19J5. 

3917. The Quarry Road. 3927. The Woodland Brook. 

3918. Between Daylight and Darkness: New 3928. The Briar Patch. 

York City. 3929. Equihen : France. 

3919. On the Delaware River. 3930. On the River Bank. 

3920. Overlooking the Valley. 3931. In New York Harbor. 

3921. A Village in France. 3932. Foothills of the Blue Ridge. 

3922. Rhododendrons. Lent by Frederick H. Gottlieb, Esq. 

3923. In the Woods. 3933. In the Clearing. 

3924. Cedar Hill. 3934. Garden by the River. 

3925. Road to the Village. 3935. The Breaking of Winter. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum As- 3936. .Autumn. 

sociation. 3937. The Hills and River. 

3926. The Green Sleigh. 
REDFIELD, HELOISE GUILLOU 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1883. Studied: P. A. F. A. under Chase and Cecelia Beaux: Mme. 

Laforge and Delecluse in Paris. Member: Am. S. Min. P. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1913. 

1921. Portrait of a Child. 1925. Mme. Alcide Berthier. 

1922. Robert S. Redfield. 1926. Mr. Martin Mower. 

1923. Lady with Furs. 1927. Miss A. 

1924. Mrs. A. Lesley. 
REDMOND, GRANVILLE 

Born Philadelphia, 1871. Studied: San Francisco Art Association: Julien Academy 
in Paris under Constant and Laurens. Honor: Silver medal, Alaska-Yukon Exposition, 
Seattle, 1909. 

2414. Lifting Fog. 2421. Solitude. 

REHN, FRANK K. M. 

Born Philadelphia, 1848. Studied: P. A. F. A. Member: A. N. A., 1899; N. A., 
J908; S. A. A., 1903; A. /r. C. S.; N. Y. W. C. C. Honors: First prize, St. Louis, 1882; 
prize ($230), IVater Color Competitive Exhibition, New York, 1S85: gold medal, Prize 
Fund Exhibition, New York, 1S86; honorable mention, Paris Exposition, 1900: bronze 
medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, jgoi; silver medal, Charleston, Exposition, 
J902; silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904; Inness prize, Salma. C, 1905; 
Shaw prize, Salma. C, 1906; gold medal, A. A. S., 1907. 

2596. Where the Waves Sweep. 

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REID. JEAN ARNOT 

Born Brooklyn, A'. 1'., iSSs. Studied: A. S. L. of A'. Y.; American School of Miniature 
Painting, and iiit/i Robert Brandegee. 

1335. Portrait of Lloyd Williams, Esq. 1346. Cecelia. 

1336. Belle of 1861. 

REID, ROBERT 

Born Stocibridgc, Mass., 1S62. Studied: Boston Museum School; A. S. L. of X. Y.; Bou- 
langer and Lefebire in Paris. Member: A. A'. A., 1902; N. A., igo6; Ten. .1m. P.; Nat. 
Inst. .4. L. Honors: Medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 189s; Clarke prize. A'. A. D., 
iSg^ ; first Hallgarten prize, N. A. D., jSgS; silver medal for painting and gold medal 
for mural decoration, Paris Exposition, igoo; silver medal, Fan-.lmerican Exposition, 
Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, St. Louis Exposition, 11)04; third If. .1. Clark prize, Corcoran 
A. G., 1909. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2206. The Gold Fish. 2244. Autumn. 

2211. The Japanese Screen. 

Lent by Spencer Kellogg, Jr., Esq. 

REIFFEL, CHARLES 

Born Indianapolis, Ind. Studied •with Marr in Munich. Honor: Fcllouship prize, Buffalo 
S. A., 1 90S. 
3429. Silvermine Valley. 

REMINGTON, FREDERIC 

Born in Canton, A'. )'., 1S61 ; died in Ridgeville, Conn., 1909. Studied: Yale Art School, 
also at .-I. S. L. of A'. Y. If as clerk in a business office, then cowboy and stockman on a 
ranch in the If est; subsequently illustrator for magazines. .4ssociate member of the 
National .-Icadcmy of Design, 1S91. 
2947. Apache Fire-Signal. 294S. The Love Call. 

Lent by Henry Smith, Esq. Lent by William A. Paine, Esq. 

REUTERDAHL. HENRY 

Born Malmo, Sii-eden, iSyi. Member: A. If. C. S.; N. Y. Arch. Lg. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2273. Skvscrapers. 3453. Palisades: Spring. 

2281. Hudson in Winter. 4363. The Shipbuilders. 

RICH, JOHN HUBBARD 

Born Boston, .Mass., iHyS. Studied ivith Edmund C. Tarbell. Honor: Paige traveling 
scholarship from Boston Museum School. 
2599. The Blue Kimona. 

RICHARDS, LEE GREENE 

Born Salt Lake City, iSyS. Studied ivith J. T. Harvcood in Salt Lake City; Bonnat, Lau- 
rens and Royer in Paris. Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1904. Member: Soc. Salon 
d'.lutomne. 

3379. A Man in a Cloak. 

RICHARDS, WILLIAM TROST 

Born Philadelphia, /..V,'^,- died Nevi'port, 190^. Studied in-ith Paul Weber. Honorary 
member S. A. Honors: Philadelphia, 1S76; Temple gold medal, P. A. F. A., j8S}. 
2941. Marine. 2959. Old Ocean's Grey and Melancholy 

Lent by Frederick W. Tillmann, Jr., Waste. 

Esq. Lent by Edward H. Coates, Esq. 

RICHARDSON, MARY CURTIS 

Born Xeic York, ;<V.;,v. Studied icith Benoni Irwin, Virgil Williams and William Sartain. 

Honors: Norman Dodge prize, N. A. D., 1SS7. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2612. The Sleeping Child. 2985. Undine. 

2984. Portrait of Professor Paget. 3927. The Young Mother. 



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RICHMOND, AGNES M. 

Born Alton, III. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y.; St. Louis School of Fine Arts, under Brush, 
Louis Loeb, F. f. Du Mond. Honor: Figure prize, N. Y. IVoman's A. C, 1911. 

2999. Mending. 

RIMMER, WILLIAM 

2692. At the Window. 2706. Angel in the Garden. 

Lent by Miss Caroline Hunt Riramer. Lent by Miss Caroline Hunt Rimraer. 

RING, ALICE BLAIR 

Born Knightville, Mass., 1S69. Studied: Laurens, Julie n Dupre, Hitchcock and M etchers 

in Paris. 
1265. Miniature No. 1. 1271. Miniature No. 3. 

1269. Miniature No. 2. 

RITSCHEL, WILLIAM 

Born Nurnberg, Germany, 1S64. Studied with F. Kaulbach and C. Raupp in Munich; 

came to United States in JS95. Member: A. N. A., 1910; N. Y. IV. C. C; A. IV. C. S.; 

Kunstverein, Munich. Honors: Honorable mention, Salma C; honorable mention, C. I., 

Pittsburgh, 19 1 2. 

Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
3229. Tide Pool: Carmel. 3252. Summer Night: Point Lobos. 

3237. In the Shadow of the Cliffs: Monterey. 3432. Blue Depths: Carmel. 
3244. Fog and Breakers: Carmel. 

RITTENBERG, HENRY R. 

Born Libau, Russia, 1879. Studied ivith JV. M. Chase in Neiu York; Ludwig Herterich 
in Munich. Honor: Honorable mention, A. C, Philadelphia, 1906. 

4432. Still Life. 

RITTMAN. LOUIS 

Studied iL'ith Richard Miller. Exhibited in Paris Salon. Member: Art Association, Paris. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1913. 
4119. Early Morning in a Garden. 4127. Breakfast. 

ROBERTS, ALICE MUMFORD 

Born. Philadelphia, iS/S- Studied iiAth Joseph De Camp, Carl Nevjman and Robert 

Henri. Honors: Mary Smith prize, P. A. F. A., 1905 and 19 10. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2568. Two Vaudeville Stars. 4151. Red Peppers. 

3473. The Laughing Girl. 

ROBINSON, ALEXANDER 

Born Portsmouth, N. H., 1S67. Studied: Lowell School of Design; Boston Museum of Art 
and Academy Julian, Paris, under Ducet and Constant. Member: A'. Y. fV. C. C; Phila. 
IV. C. C; A. IV. C. S.; Societe Internationale des Aquareteistes, Paris; Cercle d'Art, 
Tournai, Belgium; Cercle d'.irt, Bruges, Belgium; United Arts Club, London. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igiS- 

1709. Arrival of the Feluccas: Spanish Coast. 1713. The Daughter of the Khalif : Design in 

1710. Damascus Tale: The Incredulous Mul- Red and Gold. 

lattoes. 1714. Market: Tetuan: Morocco. 

1711. Hadi Ben Hassan of Bagdad. 1715. Tangier. 

1712. Arab Girls. 1716. Persian Romance: The Mockers. 

ROBINSON, BOARDMAN 

Born Somerset, Nova Scotia, 1S76. Studied: Mass. Normal .4rt School; Paris. 
9. Louvain. 4300. Viva What's His Name: Mexico. 

4299. T. R. in Old Madrid. 4321. Balkans, '12. 

ROBINSON, THEODORE 

Born Irasburg, Vt., 1852; died New York, 1896. Studied with Carolus-Duran and Gerome 
in Paris from 1874 to i^79- H'^d. a studio in New York from about iSSo to 1884. He re- 



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ROBINSON. THEODORE (Continued) 

turned to France and spent several years at Giverny, luhere he luorked under the influence 
of Claude Monet. He ivas a member of the Society of American Artists. Honors: IVebb 
prize, Society of American Artists, iSgo; Shaim Fund prize. Society of American Artists, 
1892; medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1S93. 

2662. Port Ben. 2667. In the Sun. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 

of the Fine Arts. 2668. Le \'al Arconville: Eure. 

2663. The Faggot Gatherer. Lent by the Hillyer Art Gallery, 

2664. Peeling Apples. Smith College. 

Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 2669. Garden at Giverny. 

2665. Normandv Mother. Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 

Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 2670. On the Canal. 

2666. Day Dreams. Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 

Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 

ROBINSON. THOMAS 

Born Nova Scotia, iSj,^. Pupil of Courbet and Auguste Bonheur. Lived and painted in 
Providence, Boston and Paris. 
Z'iei. Bull's Head. 

ROBINSON, WILLIAM S. 

Born East Gloucester, Mass., 1S61. Studied: Boston Normal Art School; Julian Academy, 
Paris. Member: N. A.; A. /F. C. S.; N. Y. /F. C. C. Honors: Honorable mention. Ex- 
position Universal, Paris, igoo; honorable mention, Pan-.4merican Exposition, Buffalo, 
1901 ; bronze medal. Universal Exposition, St. Louis, 1904; Carnegie prize, National Acad- 
emy of Design, 1910; silver medal, Buenos Aires, 1910. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 19I3. 

2317. June Idyl. 3607. Group of White Birches. 

2342. Laurel Blossoms. 

ROECKER, HENRY LEON 

Born Burlington, la., 1S60. Studied: Academy of Design in Chicago; Gysis at Royal 
.Icademy iri Munich. Member: Chicago S. A. Honors: Honorable mention, Munich, 
1889; Yerkes prize, A. I. C, 1894; Arche. C. prize, A. I. C, 1897; Chicago S. A. medal, 
1909; Carr prize, A. I. C, 1911. 
2176. Calves Resting. 

ROGERS, FRANKLIN W. 

Born Cambridge, Mass., 1834. 
3496. The Siesta. 

ROGERS. GRETCHEN W. 

Born Boston, Mass., iSSi. Studied: Boston Museum of Fine Arts. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191$. 
S007. Young Girl. 3374. Fur Hat. 

3011. Girl with a Boole. 4142. Still Life. 

ROGERS. MARY 

Born Lexington, Ky. Studied: France and England; A. S. L. of N. Y. 
1337. The Red Hair. 1344. Anna. . 

ROLSHOVEN, JULIUS 

Born Detroit, iS^S. Studied: Cooper Union, New York; Hugo Crola at Dusseldorf : 
Loefftz in Munich; Frank Duveneck in Florence; Robert-Fleury in Paris. Member: Soc. 
Nat. des Beaux-.lrts Secession, Munich. Honors: Second class medal, Paris Exposition, 
1S89; honorable mention, Paris Exposition, 1900; bronze medal, Pan-American Exposi- 
tion, Buffalo, 1901; medals, Munich, Berlin, Brussels and Chicago; silver medal, St. Louis 
Exposition, 1904. 

3159. The Refectory of San Damiano: Assisi. 
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ROOK, EDWARD F. 

Born Xe-Tv York, A'. 1'., lS;o. Studied: Constant and Laurens in Paris. Member: A. N. 

A., 190S; Union Inter, des Beaux-Arts et des Lettres. Honors: Temple gold medal, P. A. 

F. A., 189S; bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 190 1 ; tv:o silver medals, 

Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904; bronze medal, C. /., Pittsburgh, 1910; silver medal, 

Buenos Aires Exposition, 19 10. 

Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191^. 
2245. Dish of Fruit. 2374. Laurel. 

2366. Snow: Ice and Foam. 
ROSALES-BAGG, LOUISE DE 
4326. Miss Betty Callish. 4327. Portrait. 

ROSE. GUY 

Born Los Angeles, Cal., 1S67. Studied: Lefebvre, Constant and Doucet m Paris. Honors: 
Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1894; Atlanta Exposition, 1S95; bronze medal, Pan- 
American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. 

Stiver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2202. November Twilight. 3499. The Backwater. 

ROSEN, CHARLES 

Born Westmoreland County, Pa., 1S7S. Studied: N. A. D. and A'. Y. School of Art under 
Chase, Du Mond and F. C. Jones. Member: A. N. A., 1912; Union Inter, des Beaux-.4rts 
et des Lettres. Honors: Third Hallgartcn prize, N. A. D., J910; first Hallgarten prize, 
N. A. D., 1912. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3141. Floating Ice: Early Morning. 3439. The Delaware: Winter Morning. 

3434. Winter Morning: Maine Coast. 

ROSENTHAL, ALBERT 

Born Philadelphia, 1S63. Studied <witk his father. Max Rosenthal: P. A. F. A.; Ecole del 
Beaux-.-Irts in Paris under Gerome, and in Munich. Honors: Bronze medal, St. Louis 
Exposition, 1904; gold medal, A. A. S., 1907. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1913. 

2355. The Millinerv. 236S. Helene. 

2356. Mrs. Albert Rosenthal. 2372. Alberta Uhle-Smith. 
2358. Dr. J. Cheston Morris. 

Lent by Laurence Johnson Morris, 
Esq. 
ROTH, ERNEST D. 

Born Stuttgart, Germany, 1S70. Pupil of N. A. D. in Neiu York. Member: N. Y. IV. C. C. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
22S6. A Winter Landscape. 

ROTHERMEL, PETER FREDERICK 

Born in Nescopec, Pa., 1817; died in Linfield, Pa., 1S95. Received instruction from Bass 
Otis. Settled in Philadelphia as a portrait painter, 1S40. ll'ent to Europe for study in 
1S36. Honorary member N. A. D. 
2704. Bacchanal. 2741. Sleeping Cupid. 

Lent bv the Art Club of Phila- Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

delphia. 2955. Battle of Gettysburg. 

2738. Martyrdom of St. Agnes. Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

Lent by Mrs. William H. Fox. 

ROULAND. ORLANDO 

Born Pleasant Ridge, III., 1S71. Studied: Max Thedy in Germany; Julian Academy in 
Paris under Laurens and Constant. 
3380. Portrait of John Burroughs. 

RUNGIUS. CARL 

Born Berlin, Germany, 1S69. Studied -with Paul Meyerheim in Berlin. Came to United 
States 1894. 
3446. Canadian Rockies. 3450. On Wilcox Pass. 

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RYDEN, HENNING 

Born in Sii-eden, 1S69. Studied: A. I. C, Berlin and London. 
2453. Return of the Boats. 

RYDER, ALBERT P. 

Born A'«i' Bedford, Mass., 1S47. Studied: N. A. D. ivith William E. Marshall. Mem- 
ber: A. A". A., 1902; N. A., 1906; S. A. A., 1S78; Nat. Inst. A. L. Honor: Silver medal, 
Pan-.l merican Exposition, Buffalo, igoi. 

2555. Jonah. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 

RYDER, CHAUNCEY F. 

Born Danbury, Conn., 1S6S. Studied: A. I. C; Julian Academy, Collin and Laurens in 
Paris. Member: .i. If. C. S. Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Salon, igo~. 
Sil-ver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191 j. 

32S7. The Ox Team. 

SACKS, JOSEPH 

Born Shavel, Russia, 1SS9. Studied: P. .4. F. A. Honor: European Scholarship, 1911. 

3390. In Street Costume. 

SAINT GAUDENS, CARLOTA 

Born Rochester, .V. }'., 1SS4. Studied: P. A. F. A. and A. S. L. of N. Y. under Chase, 
Cox and Brush. Member: Am. S. Min. P.; Pa. S. Min. P.; N. A. C. 

1963. Study in Red. 1971. Portrait: Mary Shipman. 

SANDONA, MATTEO 

Born Schio, Italy, tSSr. Studied: Verona .■Jcademy, Italy. Honors: Silver medal, 
.Icademy, iSgd-lSgg; Gold medal, School of Design, New York, iSgj; Silver medal, Port- 
land Exposition, igo6. 

Member International Jury of Awards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 
9S5. Studies of Miss H. M. Sullivan. 3240. Portrait of Mrs. Leo. Lentilli. 

SANDOR, MATHIAS 

Born Hungary, iS^y; came to U. S. in iSSl. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y.; Julien Academy 

under Flameng and Ferrier in Paris. 
3299. The Pueblo of Walpi. 

SANDZEN. SVEN BIRGER 

Born Bildsberg, Sweden, 1S71. Studied: Stockholm Art School under Zorn and Bergh; 
Aman-Jean in Paris; came to U. S. in 1894. Professor of Aesthetics and Painting, Bethany 
College since 1894. Honors: Second and third prizes, Swedish- A merican Exhibition, 
Chicago, 1911 and igi2 ; first prize. Exhibition of Kansas Artists, Topeka, igi4. 

3606. The Granite CathedraL 

SARGEANT, GENEVE RIXFORD 

Born in San Francisco, 1S6S. Studied in San Francisco with Emit Carlsen; New York, 
with If'illiam M. Chase; Chicago, with Gari Melchers. Honor: Martin B. Cahn prize, 
igos, Chicago Art Institute. 
3487. Floating Clouds. 

SARGENT, JOHN SINGER 

Born Florence, Italy, of American parents, j8y6. Studied: Academy of Fine Arts, Flor- 
ence; Carolus Duran in Paris. Member: A. N. A., 1891; N. A., 1897; A. I. A. ( hon.) ; 
Soc. Nat. des Beaux-.Irts, Paris: Royal .Academy, London, A. 1894; ^- A. lSg7 ; Nat. 
Inst. A. L.; Phila. IV. C. C. (hon.): Berlin Academy; Institute de France, 190^. Honors: 
Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1S7S; second class medal, Paris Salon, iSSi; medal of 
honor, Paris Exposition, 1S89; medal, A. C. Phila., iSgo: medal, Columbian Exposition, 
Chicago, iSgs; Temple gold medal, P. A. F. .-?., iSg4; medal of honor, Paris Exposition, 
1900; gold medal, Pan-.'! merican Exposition, Buffalo, igoi ; Converse gold medal, P. .1. 
F. A., 190s; targe gold medal, Berlin, 1903; grand prize, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 

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SARGENT, JOHN SINGER (Continued) 

1904; gold medal of honor, Liege Exposition, 1905; gold medal, Venice, 1907; Beck gold 
medal, P. A. F. A., /pop. Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, France, 1889, Officer, 1897; 
Order of Merit, Germany, 1909. 

3622. Portrait of Henry James, Esq. 3628. Rose Marie. 

3623. Nude Study. 3629. The Sketchers. 

3624. Hon. John Hay. Lent by Mrs. Francis Cardan. 

Lent bv Clarence Hay, Esq. 3630. Madam Gautrin. 

3625. Mrs. J. William White. 3631. Reconnoitering. 

Lent by Dr. J. William White. 3632. Sketch of Joseph Jefferson, Esq. 

3626. Spanish Courtyard. 3633. Spanish Stable. 

Lent by Louis B. McCagg, Esq. 3634. Syrian Goats. 

3627. Spanish Gypsy. 

Lent by Louis B. McCagg, Esq. 

SARTAIN, WILLIAM 

Born Philadelphia, 1S43. Studied, P. A. F. A.; Bonnat and Ecole des Beaux-Arts 
in Paris; Italy and Spain. Member: A. N. A., 1880; S. A. A., 1877. Honors: Silver 
medal, Boston, 1881; honorable mention, P. A. F. A., 1887; bronze medal, Pan-American 
Exposition, Buffalo, 190J ; silver medal, Charleston Exposition, 1902; silver medal, 
Buenos Aires Exposition, 1910. 

2208. Along the Stream. 2246. Along the Loing. 

2209. Jersey Sand Dunes. 

SAWYER, EDITH 

Born South Coventry, Conn, 1856. Studied: Adelphi Art School, Brooklyn; A. S. L. of 
Neiu York. 

1779. Mrs. Andrew Sawyer. 1781. Miss Katherine Ecob. 

1780. Freddy. 

SAWYER, MYRA L. 

Born Tremont, HI. Studied: Julien Academy and .4cademie de la Grande Chaumiere, 
Paris. 
1783. In a White Cap. 1788. Portrait of an Old Man. 

SAXTON, JOHN GORDON 

Born Troy, N. Y., 1S60. Studied iiith Lefebvrc, Merson and Robert-Fleury iii Paris. 
Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Exposition, 1900; honorable mention, Pan-American 
Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; bronze medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904. 
4159. Midwinter. 

SCHILLE, ALICE 

Born Columbus, Ohio. Studied: Columbus .■Irt School; A. S. L. of N. Y. and N. Y. 
School of Art under Chase and Cox; Prinet, Collin, Courtois and Colorossi Academy in 
Paris. Member: A. )V. C. S..; N. Y. IV. C. C; S. IV. A. Honors: Corcoran prize, 
IVashington IV. C. C, 190S; N. Y. Woman's A. C. prize, 1908 and 1909. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
1148. The Pig Market. 1152. Saturday Morning. 

1150. The Other Side of the Circus Wagon. 1161. The Passing Years. 

1151. St. Germain-des-Pres. 1190. The Gardener's Cottage. 

SCHLEGELL, GUSTAV VON 

Born St. Louis, Mo., 1877. Studied: Royal Academy, Munich; Julian .4cademy, Paris. 

Member: S. IV. A. Honors: Chicago Fine .4rts Prize. 
2165. Positano: Lemon Vine. 

SCHMAUSS, PETER 

Born in New York. Studied: Cooper Union, New York and Royal .Academy, Munich. 
2567. Easter. 

SCHMIDT, KARL 

Born Worcester, Mass., 1S90. 
2319. The Great Pacific. 

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SCHMITT, ALBERT FELIX 

Born Boston, iX'S- Studied: Mass. Normal Art School; Covjles Art School; Museum of 

Fine Arts, Boston. Member: A. IV. C. S. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191$. 
noi. In Wonderland. 2132. Blue and Gold. 

1158. Peddlers at Gibraltar. 2169. On the River Bank. 

SCHOFIELD, W. ELMER 

Born Philadelphia, 1S6/. Studied: P. A. F. A.; Bouguereau, Ferrier, Doucet and Aman- 
Jean in Paris. Member: S. A. A., J904; A. N. A., 1902; N. A., 1907; Nat. Inst. A. L.; 
J. C. Phila.; R. S. British Artists. Honors: Honorable mention, A. C. Phita., 1898; 
H'ebb prize, S. A. A., 1900; honorable mention, Paris Exposition, 1900; honorable men- 
tion, C. I. Pittsburgh, 1900; first Hallgarten prize, N. A. D., 1901 ; silver medal, Pan- 
American Exposition, Buffalo, 190 1 ; Sesnan gold medal, P. A. F. A., J90S; gold medal 
of honor, C. 1. Pittsburgh, 1904; silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904; gold 
medal, International Exposition, Buenos Aires, 1910; Inness gold medal, N. A. D., 1911. 
Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191$. 

3269. Waterfall. 3272. The Hilltop. 

SCHOONOVER, FRANK E. 

Born Oxford, S. J., lti77. Studied: Drexel Institute, Philadelphia, with Hoiiard Pyle. 
Member: S. I., 1905. 
65. The Fur Brigade. 72. The Trail of the North. 

SCHOOK, F. DE FORREST 

Born Allegan, Mich., 1X72. Studied: The Art Institute, Chicago; H. O. Tanner, Paris. 
3492. Sunshine and Shadow. 

SCHUESSELE, CHRISTIAN 

Born in Geb^ieiter, .•Itsace, 1S24; died in Merchantville, N. J., 1879. Studied under 
Guerin, Paul Delaroche and Yvon. Came to this country about 1S48, and settled in 
Philadelphia. Professor of Draining and Painting, P. A. F. A. from 186S to 1879. 
2776. Dr. Benjamin Franklin Before the Privy 
Council in London, January 29, 1773. 
Lent by Joseph T. Kinsley, Esq. 

SCHUSTER, DONNA 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

937. Concert in the Court of the Four 941. Construction Work Beneath the To-.ver 

Seasons. of Jewels. 

938. Construction Work to the South of the 

Tower of Jewels. 

SCHWARTZ, ANDREW THOMAS 

Born Louisville, Ky., 1867. Studied: Duveneck in Cincinnati; A. S. L. of N. Y. with 
Mowbray. Member: Mural P.; N. Y. Arch. Leg. 1904; A. S. L. of N. Y.; Circolo 
Artistica of Rome: Union Inter, des Beaux-Arts et des Lettres, Paris. Honor: Lazarus 
scholarship to Italy, 1899-1902. 

2582. Ice Floe. 3481. Destiny: Hope: Despair. 

3251. In Vermont. 

SEARLE, ALICE T. 

Born Troy, N. >'., 1869. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y., Colorossi Academy and Mme. 
Debillemont-Chardon in Paris. Honor: Bronze medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 
1904. 
1814. Leslie Hall. 

SEARS, SARAH CHOATE 

Born Cambridge, Mass., lS^8. Studied: Ross Turner, Joseph De Camp, Dennis M. 
Bunker, Edmund C. Tarbell and George de Forest Brush. Alember: N. Y. IV. C. C. 
Honors: Evans prize, A. If. C. S., 189s; medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, J893; 



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SEARS, SARAH CHOATE (Continued) 

honorable mention, Paris Exposition, igoo; bronze medal for vjater color, Pan-American 
Exposition, Buffalo, igoi ; silver medal for luater color, C/iarlesto-^n Exposition, igoj; 
silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904. 

1057. Morning Glories: Bermuda. 1062. Pigeon Berries: Bermuda. 

1059. Hibiscus: Bermuda. 

SEARS, TABER 

Born Boston, Mass., 1S70. Studied: Boston Museum School; Julian Academy in Paris 
with Constant, Laurens and Merson. Member: N. Y. Arch. Lg., iSgg (vice-pres.) ; N. Y. 
/r. C. C; Mural P. (treas.). Honore Bronze medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904. ' 

1759. The Arab Merchant. 1771. Harbor of St. George. 

1763. York Cathedral. 1775. Bridge of the Canonica: Venice. 

SEAWELL, HARRY W. 

Born in San Francisco. Studied: Paris, under Jean Paul Laurens and Benjamin Constant. 
4194. Interior. 

SELDEN, DIXIE 

Born Covington, Ky. Studied: Cincinnati Art Academy i-.ith Duveneck. Member: 
S. ir. A. (Assoc). 
2126. Bunker's Hill, St. Ives. 

SELDEN, HENRY BILL 

Born Erie, Pa., 1SS6. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y., Birge Harrison, P. A. F. A. 
3471. October Morning. 4262. Cloudy Morning. 

SEYFFERT, LEOPOLD 

Born Colorado Springs, Col., lSS~. Honors: Felloziship prize, Felloiuship of P. .1. 

F. A., Philadelphia, 1913; honorable mention, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, 1913. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igi^. 
2193. Juan. 2201. Julian. 

2196. Tired Out. 3079. Spanish Peasants. 

SHARP, JOSEPH HENRY 

Born Bridgeport, Ohio, iS^g. Studied: Royal Academy, Munich, luth Marr; Julian 
Academy in Paris ivith Laurens and Constant; Verlat in Antiverp. Member: S. IV. A.; 
ten years on faculty, Cincinnati Art Academy. Honors: Silver medal. Department of 
Enthonology, Pan-.imerican Exposition, Buffalo, igoi; first portrait prize, Cincinnati 
A. C, igoi. 
2611. Crucita: Taos Indian Girl. 

SHARPLES, JAMES 

Born about lyso. His special fame consists in the fact that George ll'ashington sat to 
him in iyg6. The profile portrait that he made of him had so great a reputation it is 
said his luife and daughter made copies of it to supply the demand. He exhibited at 
the Royal .-Icademy in l^yg and l/Sj. He came to AVia York in I~g6, and his portraits 
in pastel and miniature became very popular. He died in AVto York in iSll. 

2709. Portrait. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

SHAW, SYDNEY DALE 

Born IValkley, England, iSyg. Studied: A. S. L. 'of N. Y.; Ecole Nationale des Beaux- 
Arts, Paris. 

3295. Southwestern Summer. 4140. Nature's Screen. 

3309. Woodland Fete. 

SHEPARD, CLARE 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igiS- 

1865. David. 1867. The Golden Girl. 

1866. Suzanne. . 1868. Kathleen. 



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SHEPARD, CLARE (Continued) 

1870. Betrothed of the Raven. 1876. The Pale Flower. 

1871. Mrs. C. 1877. Mary. 
1874. Bertha. 1880. Miss Fisken. 

SHINN, EVERETT 

Born H'oQdstoii:n, A'. J., iSj'j. Studied: P. A. F. A. Honor: Bronze medal, Charleston 
Exposition, 1902. 
950. The Shop Window. 1016. 18th Century (Red chalk). 

953. The Yellow Dancer. 1017. Red Chalk No. 2. 

956. The Funnv Man. 1018. Going to the Fire. 

958. Waiting. ' 1019. Red Chalk No. 1. 

959. Stage. 

SHIRLAW. WALTER 

Born Paisley, Scotland, iSsS; died Madrid, Spain, I90Q. Began his career as an en- 
graver and illustrator; ivas t/iirty-tivo years of age when ivhen he went abroad to study. 
After seven years in the school at Munich under the instruction of IVagner and Kaulbach, 
he returned to this country and devoted himself to the interests and advancement of 
national art. lie was one of the first instructors at the Art Students' League, New York; 
one of the founders, and the first president, of the Society of American Artists. 
Received medal of the Royal .Icademy, Munich ; honorable mention at the Paris Exposition 
in 1889; associate member of the N. A. D., New York, 1878; full member, 1888. 

2951. Toning of the Bell. 

Lent by Mark S. Willing, Esq. 

SHORE, HENRIETTA M. 

Born Toronto, Canada. Studied: Toronto, New York and London. 
3520. Sisters. 

SHUTTLEWORTH, CLAIRE 

Born Buffalo, i^6X. Studied: Buffalo A. S. L.; A. S. L. of N. Y. with Dumond and 
Bridgman; Merson, Collin and Lerop in Paris. Honor: Fellowship prize, Buffalo S. .4., 
19 10. 
1956. A Small Boy. 

SIBONI, EMMA B. 

Born in Denmark, 1877. Studied: A. I. C; St. Louis School of Fine Arts; Skarbina in 

Berlin: Renard in Paris. 
1797. Little Miss Mary Armes. 

SIMPSON, EDNA HUESTIS 

Born Troy, N. Y., iSS^. Studied: Emma Willard Art School; Cornell University, A. S. L. 
of N. Y. Member: P. A. Soc. Min. P. Honors: Gurley Memorial Prize, 189S; Moores 
and fVinden Prize, 1S97; Emma fVillard Art School; Art Students' League Scholarship 
for Miniature painting, 1907. 

1288. Outdoor Sketch. 1292. The Pool. 

1289. The Green Gown. 1293. Mrs. Frank Laurence Stiles. 

1290. Mrs. Mortimer Anstice. 

SINGER, WILLIAM H., JR. 

Born Pittsburgh, Pa., 1868. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 19IS. 
3544. In .My Garden. 

SLOAN, JOHN 

Born Lock Haven, Pa., 1871. Studied: P. A. F. A. under Robert Henri in Philadelphia. 

Member: .■Im. P. S. Honor: Honorable mention, Pittsburgh, /905. 

2486. Gloucester Harbor. 4311. Girl Undressing. 

2496. Renganeschis: Sunday Night. 4314. At the Top of the Swing. 

2497. McSorley's Old Ale-House. 4362. Return from Toil. 
4310. Woman on Roof. 



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SMILLIE, GEORGE H. 

Born in Ne<w York, 1840; son of James S. Smiltie. Studied: James M. Hart. Member: 
A. N. A., 1864; N. A., 1882; A. fV. C. S. Honors: First prize, American Art Assoc, 
New York, 188$; bronze medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, IQ04. 

2933. In the Berkshires. 

Lent by the Lotos Club. 

SMITH, CHARLES L. A. 

Born in Neiv York, N. Y., 1771. Member: Chicago S. A. 
3325. The Retreating Light. 

SMITH, GEORGE WASHINGTON 

Born Pittsburgh, Pa., 1880. Studied: P. A. F. A. in Paris, France. 
4202. California Hillside. 4206. Eucalyptus Trees. 

SMITH, HOWARD EVERETT 

Born n'est Windham, N. H., iSSj. Studied: Boston Art Museum; A. S. L. of N. Y., 

under Howard Pyle; Wilmington, Del.; Paris and Venice. Honors: Paige traveling 

scholarship, Boston Art Museum. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igi}. 
2129. The Convalescent. 3326. Portrait of a Venetian Girl. 

SMITH, JESSIE WILLCOX 

Born Philadelphia. Studied: P. A. F. A.; Drexel Institute under Howard Pyle. Mem- 
ber: Phila. W. C. C; S. I. (Assoc); N. Y. JV. C. C. Honors: bronz medal, Charles- 
ton Exposition, IQ02; Mary Smith prize, P. A. F. A., 1903; silver medal, St. Louis Expo- 
sition, 1904; Beck prize, Phila fV. C. C, 1911. 
Silver medal. Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1913. 

19. Jack and the Bean Stalk. 22. Cinderella. 

20. Babes in the Wood. 24. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. 

21. Little Red Riding Hood. 

SMITH, ROSAMOND L. 

Born Boston, 18/6. Studied: Boston Museum of Fine Arts, with Philip L. Hale, Frank 
It'. Benson and Edumund C. Tarbell. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, I9I5- 
3304. Heirlooms. 3435. Cinderella. 

SNEAD, LOUISE WILLIS 

Born Charleston, S. C. Studied with Chase, Theodora Thayer and Alice Beckington ir 
New York. Honor: Honorable mention, Charleston Exposition, 1902. 

1314. Portrait of Miss Snead. 1317. Portrait. 

1315. Young Violinist. 

SNELL, FLORENCE F. 

Born London, England. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y. Member: N. Y. If. C. C; A. IV. 
C. S. (Assoc). 

1121. A Gate of Rothenburg. 1142. Roadside: St. Jean de Doigt. 

1122. Street in Rothenburg. 1143. Cottages on the Cliff: Polperro. 

SNELL, HENRY B. 

Born Richmond, England, 1858. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y. Member: N. Y. IV. C. C. 
(pres.) ; A. W. C. S.; A. N. A., 1902; N. A., 1906; S. A. A., 190S. Honors: Gold medal, 
A. C. Phila., 1896; first prize, Nashville Exposition, 1897; honorable mention, Paris Ex- 
position, 1900; silver medal, Pan-.4merican Exposition, Buffalo, 190 1 ; silver medal, 
Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904; first prize, Worcester Museum, 1905; Beal prize, 
N. Y. IV. C. C, 1905. Asst. director of Fine Arts, U. S. Comm. Paris Exposition, 1900. 
Silver Medal, for Oil Painting, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 
1915- 

Gold Medal, for Water Color Painting, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1913- 



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SNELL, HENRY B. (Continued) 

1777. The Passing Steamer. 4261. The Lighthouse by Moonlight. 

3290. Low Tide. 4268. The Devon Coast. 

3321. The Cargo Boat. 4294. The Cove. 

4138. Twilight at Sea. 4328. Still Life. 

4240. The Quay: Paris. 

SOHIER, ALICE RUGGLES 

Born Qulniy, Mass., iSSo. Sludiid: A. S. L., Buffalo, A'. Y.; Museum of Fine Arts, 
Boston, unJer Tarbetl. Honors^ Paige Traveling Scholarship, 1^07-09. Member: Guild 
of Boston Artists. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igij. 
2142. Reminiscence. 2292. Giovanna. 

SOTTER, GEORGE W. 

Born Pittsburgh, lS;(j. Studied: P. A. F. A. Member of the Associated Artists of Pitts- 
burgh; Society of tl'estern .-Irtists. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3586. In Gloucester Harbor. 3603. Moonlight: Gloucester Harbor. 

Lent by Williain Smith Stimmel, Esq. 3612. Valley in Snow. 

3599. Snow-bound Hills: Pittsburg. 

SOUDER, MARY RINARD 

Born H'inchester, Ind., 1879. 
1796. Portrait of a Girl. 1798. Portrait of a Girl. 

SPAETH. MARY HAUGHTON 

Born Hanover, N. H., iSyo. Studied: School of Design for Women, Philadelphia, Pa.; 
Paris and Spain. 
4185. Penelope Roberts. 

SPARKS, ARTHUR W. 

Born Washington, D. C, 1S71. Studied: America, France. Honorable mention. Asso- 
ciated Artists of Pittsburgh. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191$. 

3595. Midsummer Day. 3605. Mills at Rankin. 

SPEAR, ARTHUR P. 

Born /Washington, D. C, 1879. Studied: Laurens in Paris. 
.Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191 $■ 
3479. Spring in the City. 

SPEICHER, EUGENE E. 

Born Buffalo, N. Y., 1883. Studied: Buffalo, New York and Europe. Member: A. N. A., 

19 13. Honors: Proctor prize, N. A. D., 191 j. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, I9IS- 

3258. In the Catskills. 33S4. Portrait of John Nelson Cole, Jr. 

SPENCER, MARY 

Born Springfield, Ohio. Studied ivilh C. T. Webber in Cincinnati. 
2957. Peonies. 

SPENCER, ROBERT 

Born Harvard, Neb., 1879. Studied: N. A. D.; New York School of Art. Member: 
N. A. D. Honors: Second Hallgarten Prize, National .Icademy of Design, N. Y., 1913; 
honorable mention, .Irt Club of Philadelphia, 1913; Sesnan gold medal. The Penn- 
sylvania Academy of the Fine .4rts, 1914; Innes gold medal, National Academy of De- 
sign, New York, 1914. 

Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
3171. The Grev Mills. 3263. Courtvard at Dusk. 

3259. The Closing Hour. 



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SPRINCHORN, CARL 966. Sea God. 

961. Woman with Fan. 967. Young Woman. 

962. Youth. 968. Drawing. 

963. Dancers. 969. Masquerade. 

964. Drawing. 972. Man with Dagger. 

965. Dancer. 4440. Beach at Laguna. 

SPRINGER, EVA 

Born Cimarron, A'eiv Mexico. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y.; Academie Julian, Paris; 

Academie Colorossi, Paris; Academie de la Grand Chaumiere, Paris. Honors: Medal 

for miniatures, Academie Julian, Paris. 
1964. La Vieille. 1972. Italian Girl. 

1970. Little Simone. 

STAGEY, ANNA LEE 

Born Glasgoiv, Mo. Studied: A. I. C. Member: Chicago S. A. Honors: Young Fort- 
nightly prize, A. I. C, ig02; Cahn prize, A. I. C, 1902; Field Exhibition prize, 1907; 
Clyde M. Carr prize, igj2. 

2284. In Furs. 3513. Moonlight: Granada. 

STACEY, JOHN F. 

Born Biddeford, Me., 1S39. Studied: Mass. Normal School in Boston; Boulanger, Le- 
febvre and Julian Academy in Paris. Member: Chicago S. A. Honors: Bronze medal, 
Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904; $100 prize. Field Exhibition, 1907; bronze medal, 
Buenos Aires, 1910; Grower prize, A. I. C, 1911. 

3156. Midsummer: Gloucester. 3230. Morning in August. 

STAIGG, RICHARD MORRELL 

Born in Leeds, England, 1S17; died in Newport, R. I., iSSi. Brought to this country 
by his father in 1831. Received advice from Allston and others. Exhibited miniatures 
at R. A. Regular exhibitor at N. A. D., of which he was elected Associate in 1856, 
and Academician in 1861. Visited Europe, 1867-69 and 1872-74. 
1326. Portrait of Daniel Webster. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 

STANTON, LUCY M. 

Born .Atlanta, Ga., 1873. Studied: Colorossi Academy, Simon, Blanche, Gandara and 
A. Koopman in Paris. Members, P. A. S. Min. P., 1905; Am. S. Min. P., 1910. 

1241. Mrs. Hunnicutt. 1245. A Scheme in Blue and White. 

1243. Mr. Joel Chandler Harris. 1247. An Old Woman. 

1244. Aunt Liza. 

STARK, OTTO 

Born Indianapolis, 1839. Studied with Lefebvre, Boulanger and Cormon in Paris. Mem- 
ber: S. tV. A. In charge of Art Dept., Manual Training High School, Indianapolis, Ind. 

1113. The Gravel Screen. 1114. Building Operations. 

STEELE, THEODORE C. 

Born Owen County, Ind., 1847. Studied: Royal Academy in Munich, with Benczur and 
Loefftz. Member: S. IV. A. Honors: Foutke prize, Richmond, Ind., IQ06; silver mdai, 
Wednesday Club, 1907 ; Fine Arts Corporation prize, igog; honorable mention. Exposi- 
tion, Paris, 1900; Fine Arts Building Prize, Society of IVestern Artists, 1910. 

21S9. The Hill Country. 3416. The Poplars. 

2367. November Afternoon. 

STEELE, ZULMA 

Born Appteton, Jl'is., 18S1. Studied: Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

2191. Nature's Tapestry. 

STETSON, CHARLES WALTER 

Born Tiverton Four Corners, R. I., 1838.. Died Rome, Italy, igir. 

1162. A Dance at the End of the Day. 1163. Girls under a Tree. 



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1164. 


A Stream in Maremma. 


1165. 


Landscape. 


1166. 


Knights on Horseback. 


1167. 


Near the Edge of the Ancient Burial 




Ground. 


3845. 


A Place of Peace. 


3846. 


October. 


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PAINTERS AND ILLUSTRATORS 

STETSON, CHARLES WALTER (Continued") 

3848. Moonrise behind Cypresses. 

3849. Harmony. 

3850. Portrait of Grace Ellery Channing- 

Stetson. 

3851. Summer Jov. 

3852. The Love Song. 

3853. Smugglers. 

3854. In Praise of Dionysos. 

STEWART, JULIUS L. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., iS^^. Pupil of Gerome and R. de Madrazo. Member: Paris 
S. A. P.; Soc. Nat des Beaux-Arts iSgg. Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Salon, i,SS_^: 
third class medal, Paris Salon, iSgo; gold medal, Berlin, iSgi and J895; gold medal, 
Munich, i8gy; grand gold medal, Munich, igoi. Order of Leopold of Belgium, 1895; 
French Legion of Honor iSgs, Officer igoi. 

4200. Venice. 4402. Blue Butterfly. 

4399. Wood Nymphs. 

STODDARD, ALICE KENT 

Born H'aterto-an, Conn. Studied: P. A. F. A. Philadelphia. Honors: Mary Smith 
prize. Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, IQII and 1913; honorable mention, Philadel- 
phia Art Club. 

2137. The White Waist. 3377. Portrait of Gerald Stanley Lee. 

2994. The Sisters. 

STOKES, FRANK WILBERT 

Born Nashville, Tenn. Studied: P. A. F. A. under Thomas Eakins; Ecole des Beaux- 
Arts in Paris under Gerome; CoLorossi Academy under Collin; Julian Academy under 
Boulanger and Lefeb^re. 

2630. Belgica Channel. 2633. Aurora Australis: Antarctic Bergs. 

2631. Gate of Hades: Sunset Effect: Green- 2634. Aurora Borealis: Sea Ice Foreground. 

land. 2635. Antarctic Afterglow: Admiralty Sound. 

2632. Antarctic Glacier: Admiralty Sound. 

STORRS, JOHN 

Born Chicago, 1S85. Studied with Charles Grafly, Paul Bartletl, Auguste Rodin, Lorado 

Taft. 
4307. Portrait. 

STORY, JULIAN 

Born ICalton-on-Thames, England, lSs7, of American parents, his father being the 
sculptor, ll'illiam Jf'etmore Story. Studied with Duveneck in Florence; Boulanger nnd 
Lefebire in Paris. Member: A. N. A., 1906; S. A. A., 1892; London Soc. Port. P. Honors: 
Third medal and honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1SS9; gold medal, Berlin, iSgt ; silver 
medal, Paris Exposition, igoo; silver medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, igoi. 
Chevalier Legion of Honor, France, 1901. 
Sih'er medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igi5. 

3386. Portrait of Mrs. Stop,-. 3389. Portrait of the Artist. 

STREAN, MARIA JUDSON 

Born Washington, Pa., l86f,. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y. under Cox and IVeir; Prinet 
and Dauchez in Paris. Member: N. Y. IV. C. C; Am. S. Min. P.; Pa. Soc. Min. P.; 
Union Inter, des Beaux-.'lrts ei Lettres. Honor: Honorable mention, Pan-American Ex- 
position, Buffalo, igoi. 

1813. Boy in Pierrot Costume. 1818. Portrait. 

1815. Dorothy. 1819. Mrs. W. B. McKennan. 

1816. Portrait of Miss Alexander. 1820. Girl in Gray Coat. 

1817. William. 

STUART, GILBERT 

Born Narraganselt, R. I., 7755 ; died Boston, 18 jS. Portrait painter. Went to England 
'" 1775- Pupil and assistant to Benjamin West. President of the Royal Academy. He 

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STUART, GILBERT (Continued) 

returned to America in 171)2. Among his sitters in Europe luere three kings, Louis XI' I., 
George III., and George IV. ivhile Prince of IVales. He painted many distinguished 
artists, and six Presidents of the United States, viz: IVashington, Adams, Jefferson, Madi- 
son, Monroe and John Quincy .Idams. He painted tiuo (or possibly three) portraits of 
IVashington from life — the Landsdoune portrait and the Athenaeum portrait, from luhich 
he painted many replicas. 

2763. Portrait. 2767. Portrait of Major General Henry 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. Dearborn. 

2764. Portrait of William Williamson. Lent by Herbert Welsh, Esq. 

Lent by Mrs. Gustav Radeke. 2768. Captain Joseph Anthony. 

2765. Portrait of President Monroe. Lent by Laurence Johnson Morris, 

Lent by Hon. Seth Low. Esq. 

SULLY, ROBERT M. 

Born Petersburg, I'a., 180S; died 1855. Studied •with Nasmyth, the landscape painter 
of Edinburgh, and later inith his uncle, Thomas Sully, in Philadelphia. IVent abroad to 
study in 1S34, remaining four years. 

2773. Junius Brutus Booth. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

SULLY, THOMAS 

Born in Horncastle, England, lySs; died in Philadelphia, iSyj. Studied luith his 
brother, Laiirence Sully, and luith Stuart. Settled in Philadelphia, 1809. Visited Europe, 
and painted Queen Victoria from life in iSsS. Exhibited at the Royal .Icademy, 1S30- 
1840. In the Historical Portrait Exhibition at the P. A. F. .i., 1887-88, there were ex- 
hibited one hundred and six pictures by him. 
2769. Portrait of Francis Anne Kemble. 2770. Study of a Head. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy Lent by the Estate of Samuel Bell 

of the Fine Arts. Waugh. 

SUTTER, HENRY R. 

Born Salisbury, Mo., iSgi. Studied: .Irt Institute, Chicago, and ivith C. W. Haint'iorne. 
4111. Street Scene: Provincetown. 

SUYDAM, JAMES A. 

Born in New York in 18 17. He was a pupil of the American artist, M, C. Kellogg, with 
whom he traveled in Greece, Turkey and the East. He painted mountain scenery and 
coast views, and was one of the organizers of the Academy in New York and its treasurer. 
He died in 1S65 and bequeathed some money and the pictures knozin as the "Suydam 
Collection" to the Academy. 

2691. In the Meadows. 

Lent by Robert M. Olyphant, Esq. 

SYLVESTER, FREDERICK O. 

1372. A Mural Painting. 

TADAMA, F. 

Born Sumatra (Netherlands East India), 1871. Studied: .Icademy of Fine .Irts, .Imster- 
dam, and in Paris. Honors: Honorable mention, Paris; Societe des Artistes Francois 
Salon, ipoi; first prize. Landscape Competition, .J msterdam, iSgS. Member of the jury 
in several exhibitions in Holland and America. 
2629. Public Market: Seattle. 

TALCOTT, ALLEN B. 

3408. April at Chipmunk Point. 3600. The Ledges. 

TANAKA, YASUSHI 

4444. The Shadow of the Madrona. 

TANNAHILL, MARY H. 

Born JVarrenton, N. C, 1868. Studied: A. S. L.; IVeir, Twachtman, Cox and Movibray 



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TANNAHILL. MARY H. (Continued) 

in \eiv York. Member: Pa. S. Min. P. Honor: Prize, Exhibition of Associailon of 
Woman Painters and Sculptors, Netu York, 1914. 

1945. Brothers. 1953. Girl with Parrot. 

1946. A Young Mother. 1954. Jane Chapman. 

TANNER. HENRY O. 

Born Pittsburgh, Pa., l8S9- Studied: P. A. F. A. ivith Thomas Eakins : Laurens and 
Constant in Paris. Member: A. N. A., igog; Soc. Inter, de Peinture et Sculpture. Hon- 
ors: Honorable mention, Paris Salon, lS()6; third class medal, Paris Salon, lS(;y : Lippin- 
cott prize, P. /I. F. A. IQOO; silver medal, Paris F.xposition, igoo; silver medal, Pan- 
.-Imerican Exposition, Buffalo, igoi : silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, IQ04; 
second class medal, Paris Salon, igo6; Harris prize, A. I. C, 1906. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, iQlj. 

4123. Christ at the Home of Lazarus. 

TAPLEY. J. J. WOODING 

Born Fair Haven, Conn., 1S6S. Studied: Yale School of Fine .Irts, Nevs Haven; .1. S. L. 
of N. Y. 

1037. November. 

TARBELL, EDMUND C. 

Born West Groton. Mass., 1862. Studied: Boston Museum School; Boulani;er and 
Lefebvre in Paris. Member: Ten Am. P.; A. N. A., 1(104; A'^- ^-t 1906; Nat. Inst. A. L. 
Honors: Clarke prize, N. A. D., 1890; Shaw Fund, S. A. A., 1S93; medal, Columbian 
Exposition, Chicago, 189s; first Hallgarten prize, N. A. D., 1894; Lippincott prize, P. A. 
F. A., 1S95; Temple gold medal, P. A. F. A., 1895; gold medal, A. C. Phila., 1895; second 
Elkins prize, P. A. F. A., 1896; honorable mention, Tennessee Exposition, Nashville, 1S97 ; 
first prize, Worcester Museum, 1900; three medals, Boston Charitable Mechanics' Assoc; 
bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; third prize, C. I. Pittsburgh, 1901 ; second prize, 
C. /. Pittsburgh, 1904; first prize, Worcester Museum, 1904; Harris prize, A. I. C, 1907; 
medal of honor, P. A. F. A., 1908; Saltus medal, N. A. D., 1908; first prize, C. I. Pitts- 
burgh, 1909; first W. .'1. Clark prize, Corcoran A. G., 1910; Beck gold medal, P. .■/. F. A., 
1911. Instructor School of Drawing and Painting at the Boston Museum, 1889 to 1911. 
Member of the International Jury of Award, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 
San Francisco, 191 5. 

3940. New England Interior. 3950. Reverie. 

Lent by Miss Catherine Codman. Lent by Miss Georgina Carey. 

3941. Girl in Blue. 3951. Portrait: Hon. John \V. Hammond. 

3942. Girl Reading. Lent by the Hon. John W. Hammond. 

Lent by Boston Museum of Fine 3952. Mrs. John S. Lawrence. 

Arts. Lent by John Silsbee Lawrence, Esq. 

3943. Girls Reading. 3953. Girl with Dog. 

Lent by Mrs. Daniel Merriman. Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Stephen 

3944. Girl Crocheting. Codman. 

Lent by Bela Lyon Pratt, Esq. 3954. The Turquoise Ring. 

3945. Girl Reading. Lent by the Art Club of Philadel- 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum phia. 

Association. 3955. My Family. 

3946. Dr. Edward Reynolds. 3956. Mrs. Samuel Cabot, Jr. 

Lent by Dr. Edward Reynolds. Lent by Mrs. Samuel Cabot. 

3947. Edmund and Eaglet. 3957. Interior. 

3948. Girl in White. Lent by Dr. George Woodward. 

Lent by J. H. Gest, Esq. 3958. On Bos'ns Hill. 

3949. The Mirror. Lent by S. Dacre Bush, Esq. 

Lent by the Queen City Club. 3959. The Dreamer. 

TAYLOR, CHARLES J. 

Born New York, 1S55. Studied: A. S. L., N. .1. D. and Eastman Johnson in New York; 
London and Paris. Member: S. I., 1910. Honors: Honorable mention for drawing. Pan- 



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TAYLOR, CHARLES J. (Continued) 

American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. Instructor, Carnegie Technical Schools, Pittsburgh, 

since igii. 

Member of the International Jury of Aivards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 

San Francisco, 1915. 
974. Rankin Mills. 986. Pittsburgh from the Golf Club. 

976. Monongahela from Soho Hill. 3611. Boothbay Harbor. 

978. Coming from Work. 3614. Springtime in the Suburbs. 

982. Mills at Swissvale. 3615. Sandy Creek. 

984. The Blowout: Soho. 3616. Sandy Creek Bridge. 

TAYLOR, EMILY DRAYTON 

Born Philadelphia, i860. Studied vAth Cecile Ferrere in Paris; P. A. F. A. Member: 
Pa. Soc. Min. P. (pres.). Honors: Gold medal, Earl's Court Exposition, London, igoo; 
gold medal for services on jury, Charleston Exposition, igoz. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1930. Spring. 1933. Miss Corrine B. Freeman. 

1931. Mrs. John Innis Kane. 1934. Life's Bubbles. 

1932. Mrs. Paul Mills. 1936. Mrs. Allison. 

TAYLOR, FRANK WALTER 

Born Philadelphia, 1874; son of Frank L. Taylor. Studied: P. A. F. A. and in Paris. 
Member: Felloivship, P. A. F. A.; S. I., 1903. 

Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igij. 
8. Souvenir of Versailles. 15. The Cargo: London. 

10. The Pool: London. 16. The Beach: Brighton. 

11. At the Races: Deauville. 17. Fete: Night. 

12. Illustration: The Iron Woman. 18. The Villas: Trouville. 

13. Illustration: The Iron Woman. 

TAYLOR, MINNIE C. 

Born Bangor, Maine, 1863. Studied in London, Munich and Paris; San Francisco School 

of Design; Ne^a York, Boston and Chicago. 
1849. Robie. 1851. Portrait. 

THOMAS, SEYMOUR 

Born San Augustine, Texas, 1868. Studied ivith Chase in New York; Lefebvre and Con- 
stant in Paris. Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1895; bronze medal, Paris Expo- 
sition, igoo; third class medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, igoi ; gold medal, 
Munich, 1901; second class medal, Paris Salon, 1904. Legion of Honor, France, 1904; 
Chevalier, 1905. 
3368. Portrait of Dr. W. A. Briggs. 4417. Portrait: Henri Vignaud. 

THOMPSON, GEORGE ALBERT 

Born New Haven, Conn., 186S. Studied: Yale School of Fine Arts in Nevti Haven; John 
La Farge in Neiu York; Merson, Blanc, Courtois and Giradoi in Paris. Director of the 
Noricich Art School. 

2624. February Morning. 

THOMPSON, LESLIE P. 

Born Medford, 18S0. Studied: Boston Museum School under Tarbell. Honors: Bronze 

medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904; third Hallgarten prize, N. .4. D. igii; 

Harrison S. Morris prize, Newport, 1914. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
3800. Girl in White. 3810. Girl with Mirror. 

THORNDIKE, CHARLES H. 

Born Paris, 1875. Studied in France with J. B. Constant. Honors: .Associate of "Salon 
d'Automne," Paris; decorated French order "Officer d'Academie." 

4149. Gray Weather. 4416. Boats Entering the River. 

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TIFFANY, LOUIS C. 

Born in Nnu York, lH^S. Studied -^vith George Inness and Samuel Colman in A'«t York: 
Leon Bailey in Paris. Member: A. N. A., 1S71; N. A., 1880; S. A. A.; A. W. C. S.; 
N. Y. Arcli. Lg.: Societe Nat. des Beaux-Arts; Imperial Society of Fine Arts, Japan. 
Honors: Gold medal for applied arts, Paris Exposition, igoo; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor of France, igoo; gold medal, Dresden Exposition, Igor; grand prize, Turin Expo- 
sition of Decoratiie Art, igo2; special diploma of honor, St. Louis Exposition, 1904. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igi^. 

3454. Silver Jar. 3461. Copper Vase No. 2. 

3455. Silver Gilt Vase. 3462. Tea Screen. 

3456. Spray of Mistletoe. 3463. Hand Wrought Vase. 

3457. Pendant: Star Fish Motif. 3464. Silver Cup. 

3458. Necklace: Two Gold Serpents. 3465. Silver Vase. 

3459. Spray of Blackberries. 3466. Gold Cup. 

3460. Copper Vase No. 1. 

TINGLEY, BLANCHE 

1233. Josephine Summer. 

TITCOMB, M. BRADISH 

Born in \eii- Hampshire. Studied: Boston Museum School under Tarbell, Benson and 

Hale. Member: N. Y. IV. C. C. 
2351. Summer Girls. 4181. Hillside and Harbor. 

2605. The Distant City. 

TOMPKINS, FRANK H. 

Born Hector, N. Y., 1847. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y.; Cincinnati School of Design; 
Royal .'Icademy in Munich under Loefftz; gold medal, Mass. Charitable Mechanics' Assoc. 
2626. Self Portrait. 

TROCCOLI, GIOVANNI BATTISTA 

Born Italy, iSSj. Studied zvith Dr. D. tV. Ross and Hermann Dudley Murphy. Honors: 

Honorable mention, Carnegie Institute, igil ; The Norman Wait Harris silver medal. .Irt 

Institute, Chicago, jgi;. 

Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igij. 
2350. Portrait of Mr. Ferry. 2369. Woman with a Handkerchief. 

2354. Portrait of Mrs. Brinckerhofl. 2373. New England Woman. 

TROTT, BENJAMIN 

Born in Boston. Follo'wed Stuart from New York to Philadelphia, and there remained 
for many years. Copied in miniature many of Stuart's portraits. Joint tenant ivith 
Sully, 180S. Also sojourned in the South, in New York and in Boston. Exhibited P. A. 
F. A., 18 1 2. 

1322. Portrait of Solomon Etting. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 

TRYON, DWIGHT W. 

Born Hartford, Conn., iH.jg. Studied with C. Daubigny, Jacquesson de la Chevreuse, 
A. Guillemet and H. Harpignies in Paris. Member: A. N. A., iSgo; N. A., 1891; S. A. A., 
1882; A. /r. C. S.; Nat. Inst. .4. L. Honors: Bronze medal, Boston, 1S82; gold medals, 
American Art .-Issoc, New York, 1SS6 and 1SS7 ; third Hallgarten prize, N. A. D., 1SS7 ; 
Ellsworth prize, A. I. C, 18S8; Palmer prize, Chicago Interstate Exposition, l8Sg; Webb 
prize, S. .4. A., iS8g; first class gold medal, Munich Exposition, i8g2; medal, Columbian 
Exposition, Chicago, iSgs; first prize, Cleveland Interstate Exposition, 1S95; first prize, 
Tennessee Centennial, Nashville, lSi)7 ; gold medal ($1^00), C. I. Pittsburgh, iSgS; 
chronological medal, C. I. Pittsburgh, iSgg; gold medal, Pan-American Exposition, 
Buffalo, Kjoi ; gold medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, jgo.]. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igiS- 
2390. Twilight: Autumn. 2391. An Evening in May. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts 

Collection. Academy. 

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TRYON, DWIGHT W. (Continued) 

2392. Early Night. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

2393. Sunset before Storm. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

2394. Autumn. 

2395. Night: The Sea. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

2396. The Sea: East Wind. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 



2397. Autumn Morning. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

2398. Evening: September. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

2399. Afternoon: October. 

2400. Moonlight. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

2401. The Farm: Moonlight. 

2402. Moonlight on the Water. 

2403. The Sea: Freshening Breeze. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 



TUCKER, ALLEN 

Born Brooklyn, \. Y., rS66. Studied: Columbia I'niz:: A. S. L. of A'. 1'. Member: 

N. Y. Arch Lg., 1902; S. C. U. A., 1888; Am. P. S. 
2127. The Ice Storm. 4453. Portrait in Blue and Ivory. 

TURNER, HELEN M. 

Born Louisville, Ky. Studied: A. S. L. of A'. Y. under Cox. Member: A'. Y. IV. C. C.: 
Pa. S. Min. P. Honors: Elling prize for landscape, IQ12; bronze medal. Cooper Union, 
N. Y.; Julia A. Shaiu prize, N. A. D., 1913; National Arts prize. Society of iromen 
Painters and Sculptors, 1913; honorable mention, Chicago Art Inst., 1913. 

1909. Mr. Frank Regal. 3029. Portrait. 

1912. Portrait of Mrs. Sherwood. 3310. Mother and Child. 

TURNER, ROSS STERLING 

Born H'estport, A'. Y., 1847. Studied: Munich, Venice, Florence, Rome. Member: N. Y. 
IV. C. C; .1. II'. C. S.; Boston IV. C. C. Honors: Silver medal for tiater color, Pan- 
American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901 ; Evans prize, A. IV. C. S., 190S : first prize. Water 
Color Society, N. Y., 1908; first silver medal, Mechanics' Fair, Boston, iSqo. Instructor, 
Mass. Normal Art School since 1909, and Mass. Inst, of Technology. 
1749. The Rover. 177S. Le Soleil Royal. 

TUTTLE, ADRIANNA 

Born IVindsor, Conn., 1S66. Studied: Neiv York, Boston, Europe. Member: .1. S. L. 

of N. Y. Honor: Honorable mention, Connecticut Academy of the Fine Arts, 1914. 
1S92. Mrs. Charles Shearman Coxe. 1895. William Somerset Maugham. 

1893. Portrait. 

TUTTLE, RUEL CROMPTON 

Born IVindsor, 1S66. Studied: A. S. L. 
4366. The Fountain: Windsor. 

TWACHTMAN, JOHN H. 

Born Cincinnati, 1833; died, 1902. Studied: 

luinter of 1S74 and 187s in Dwveneck's Life School and Painting Class in the same city. 
Went to Europe in the fall of 1875, entering the Art School at Munich. Honors: Webb 
prize, Society of American Artists, 18S8 ; bronze medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 
1893; Temple gold medal, P. A. F. A., JS95; silver medal, Pan-American Exposition, 
Buffalo, 1901. Member: American Art Club, Munich. 

4051. October. 4054. Phlox. 

Lent by Charles A. Piatt, Esq. 4055. Brush House: Cos Cob. 

4052. Niagara. 4056. Sailing. 

4053. River in Winter. 4057. Flowers. 

Lent by the Carnegie Institute. Lent by J. Alden Weir, Esq. 



of A'. Y. under .Moubray and IVeir. 



School of Design, Cincinnati. Spent the 



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4067. Marine. 

Lent by Henry Fitch Tavlor, Esq. 

4068. Gladioli.' 

Lent by Edward H. Coates, Esq. 

4069. Waterfall: Yosemite. 

Lent by Mrs. Gustav Radeke. 
On the Upper Terrace. 
Summer. 
Waterfall. 

Lent by Henry Smith, Esq. 
Hill at Arc-la-Bataille. 

4074. Meadow Flowers. 

Lent bv the Brooklyn Museum. 

4075. The Back Road. 

Lent by Childe Hassam, 

4076. Harbor View Hotel. 



4070. 
4071. 
4072. 

4073. 



Esq. 



A. I. C. under Mrs. I'irginia Reynolds. Member : Chicago 
1296. Master Robert Gibson. 



TWACHTMAN, JOHN H. (Continued) 

4058. View on the Brette: Bethune. 

Lent by the Hill\er .Art Gallery, 
Smith College. 

4059. Windmills. 

Lent by the Hillyer Art Gallery, 
Smith College. 

4060. Niagara. 

Lent bv W. J. Johnson, Esq. 
406L Sketch. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 

4062. Frozen Stream. 

4063. Mother and Child. 

4064. The Azaleas. 
Lent by Henry Smith, 

4065. Greenwich Hills. 

4066. Bridge in Spring. 

TYLER, CAROLYN D. 

Born C/iicago. Studied: 

S. ./.; Chicago S. Miri. P. 
1294. Jeanette. 
TYNG, MARGARET FULLER 

Born Exeter, A'. // Studied: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Mass. 

Siker medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, l^lj. 
2102. The Silver Bowl. 

TYSON, CARROLL SARGENT, JR. 

Born Philadelphia. iSyS. Studied: P. A. F. A. under Chase and Cecilia Beaux; Carl 

Marr and Walter Thor in Munich. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific international Exposition, San Francisco, igi^. 
3425. A Midsummer's Day. 3591. Before Moonrise. 

3 587. Road to the Pier. 
UFER. WALTER 

Born Louisville, Ky., 1S76. Studied: Chicago, Dresden, Munich, Paris. 
2104. Rnsa Cota of San Juan Pueblo. 2108. Taos Indian in Cornfield. 

2106. A Daughter of San Juan Pueblo. 

ULLMAN, EUGENE PAUL 

Born in Ne^u York, jS/7. Studied with IVm. M. Chase. Member: .Assoc. Soc. S'at. 
des Beaux-.lrts, Paris: Paris S. A. P. Honors: Bronze medal, Louisiana Purchase Expo- 
sition, igo4: first class medal, Orleans, France; igos; second prize, Worcester, 1906; 
Temple gold medal, P. A. F. A., 1906. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

4121. Young Widow. 4426. Head of a Young Woman. 

4125. Parisienne. 

UMBSTAETTER, NELLY LITTLEHALE 

Born Stockton, Cal., 1S6/. Studied: Museum of Fine .Irts, Boston. 

932. The Golden Pine. 935. The White Birch. 

933. Old Thorn Trees. 942. The Woods. 

934. Takesago. 943. An Opal Day. 
UPTON, FLORENCE K. 

Born in Nciu York. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y.; Kenyon Cox; Gari Melchers; in Paris 
•with Collin, and in Holland <with George Hitchcock. Member: Assoc. Societe Nationale 
des Beaux-Arts, Paris. Honor: Gold medal at Nantes. 
4460. The Yellow Room. 

VALK, ELLA SNOWDEN 

Born Virginia. Studied: AVw York and Paris. 
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VAN BOSKERCK, ROBERT W. 

Born Hoboken, N. J., 1855. Studied ivit/i S^cain Gifford and A. H. K^yant in New York. 
Member: A. N. A., iSgy ; N. A., 1907; S. A. A., 1887. Honors: Silver medal, Pan- 
American Exposition, Buffalo, igoi; silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, l(>04. 
3288. The Valley at Delhi: New York. 3414. Gill Brook: Adirondacks. 

VAN LAER, ALEXANDER T. 

Born Auburn, X. Y., 1S57. Studied: N. A. D. and R. Sivain Gifford in Neiv York; 

George Poggenbeck in Holland. Member: A. N. A., igoi; N. A., igog; A. W. S. C. 

(pres.); N. Y. W. C. C. Honors: Bronze medal, Charleston, Exposition, jgo2; gold 

medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904. 
2297. November Afternoon. 3589. The Old Mill. 

VAN SLOUN, FRANK J. 

Born St. Paul, Minn. Studied, New York. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, IQIS- 
3509. Portrait of an Actor. 

VINTON, FREDERIC PORTER 

Born Bangor, Maine, JS46; died 1911. Studied ii-ith Leon Bonnat; Jean Paul Laurens 
in Paris. Member: Royal Academy, Lowell Institute. Honors: Honorable mention, 
Paris Exposition, iSgo; gold medal, IVorld's Columbian Exposition, iSqs; silver medal, 
Paris Exposition, jgoo: gold medal, Pan-.lmerican Exposition, Buffalo, igoi; Temple 
gold medal, Philadelphia, igoS; gold medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, 1904. 
2944. Hon. Moorfield Storey. 2962. Portrait: Mrs. Vinton. 

VIVIAN, CALTHEA 

Born Missouri. Studied: Crocker School of Design; Hopkins .4rt Institute. Honor: 
Medal for drawing at Crocker School. 
2133. Moonlight: St. Francis Sutter Park. 

VOGT, LOUIS C. 

Born Cincinnati, 1864. Studied with H. Siddons Mowbray and Frank Duveneck. Mem- 
ber: S. IV. A. (Assoc); Cincinnati A. C. 

1064. Late Afternoon: Cairo. 1068. A Market Place on the Nile. 

1065. An Old Street: Cairo. 1069. Busy Street: Cairo. 
1067. Morning: Cairo. 

VOLK, DOUGLAS 

Born Pittsfield, Mass., 1S56. Son of the sculptor, Leonard IV. Volk. Studied with 
Gerome in Paris. Member: A. N. A., 1898; N. A., 1899; S. A. A., 1880; N. A. C; Soc. 
Inter, des Beaux-Arts et dcs Lettres, Paris. Honors: Medal, Columbian Exposition, 
Chicago, 189s; Shaw Purchase, S. .1. A., 1899; first prize. Colonial Exhibition, Boston, 
1S99; silver medal, Pan-.Imerican Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, Charleston 
Exposition, 1902; Carnegie Prize, S. A. A., 190s: silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Expo- 
sition, 1904; Proctor portrait prize, N. A. D., 1910; Saltus gold medal, N. A. D., 1910. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igiy. 

3839. Marion of Hewnoaks. 3S41. Mother and Child. 

3840. Maid of the Manor. 

VOLKERT, EDWARD C. 

Born Cincinnati, Ohio. 1871. Studied: Cincinnati Art Academy with Frank Duveneck, 
A. S. L. of N. Y. with Mowbray. Member: Union Internationale des Beaux-.4rts et des 
Lettres; A. IV. C. S.; N. Y. IV. C. C; S. W. A. 

2362. Winter Evening: Connecticut. 

VONNOH, ROBERT 

Born Hartford, Conn., 1838. Studied: Mass. Normal .4rt School in Boston; Julian 
Academy in Paris under Boulanger and Lefebvre. Member: A. N. A., igoo; N. A., igo6; 
S. A. A., iSgf; Port. P.; N. Y.Arch. Lg.; Munich Secession (cor.). Honors: Honorable 
mention, Paris Salon, i88g; bronze medal, Paris Exposition, iSSg and 1900; medal. Pan- 

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VONNOH, ROBERT (Continued) 

American Exposition, Buffalo, igoi ; medal, Charleston Exposition, 1902; Proctor prize, 

N. A. D., igo4. 

Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 19IJ. 

2219. Portrait: Daniel Chester French. 3078. Poppies. 

2237. Fantasy: Blue and Yellow. 3388. Charles Francis Adams, Esq. 

2359. Bridge at Grez. 

WAGNER. FRANK HUGH 

Born, Milton, Indiana, i8jo. Studied: Art Institute, Chicago. 
1262. Mary Alice. 1263. Portrait of Mr. G. 

WAGNER, FRED 

Born Valley Forge, Pa., 1S64. Studied: P. A. F. A. Member: Pliila. Sketch C. Hon- 
ors: Honorable mention. Art Club, Phila.; silver medal, American Art Society; bronze 
medal, Knoxville; Fellowship prize, 1914. 

1075. Brooklyn Bridge. 1091. Valley of Snow. 

1077. Across' the Schuylkill. 1093. The Village: Winter. 

1079. The Two Bridges. 2473. Winter Evening. 

10S9. The Yellow Bridge. 2507. Shoyeling Snow. 

WAGNER, ROBERT 

Born Detroit, Mich., lS/3. Studied: Unii'ersity of Mich.; Academic Julian; Academie 
Delacluse. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1913. 
2577. Portrait of Stewart Edward White. 

WAITE, EMILY BURLING 

Born Worcester, Mass., 1SS7. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y.; Museum School of Fine Arts, 

Boston. Honors: Gardner prize; Helen K. Hamlin Scholarship; Sears prize; Paige 

Traveling Scholarship, 1909-13. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igiS- 
2122. A Morning in September. 3268. The Lavender Gown. 

2305. Tijmentje Cleaning Brass. 3440. Tijmentje Pouring Water. 

WALCOTT, HARRY MILLS 

Born Torringford, Conn., 1870. Studied: N. A. D. in New York; Julian .Academy under 
Constant in Paris. Member: A. N. A., 1903; S. A. A., 1902. Honors: Honorable men- 
tion, Paris Salon, 1S97 ; bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901 : Shai^' 
fund, S. A. A., 1902; first Ilallgarten prize, N. A. D., 1903: Clarke prize, N. A. D., 1904; 
honorable mention, C. I. Pittsburgh, 1904; silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Expo., 1904. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2220. The Children's Cotillon. 

WALDEN. LIONEL 

Born Norwich, Conn., 1862. Studied: Carolus-Duran in Paris. Member: Nat. Inst., 
A. L.; Paris S. A. P.; Societe Inter, de Peinture et Sculpture, Paris; Soc. de Peintres de la 
Marine. Honors: Second class medal. Crystal Palace Exhibition, London; Honorable 
mention, Paris Salon, 1899; silver medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; third class medal, Paris 
Salon, 1903; silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904. Chevalier of the Legion 
of Honor, France, 1910. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1913. 
2600. Scenes on the Brittany Coast. 4179. Before Fishing. 

WALKER, HORATIO 

Born Listoiiel, Canada, lSj8; came to New York in 1S83. Member: A. N. A., 1890; 
N. A., 1891; S. A. A., J887; Nat. Inst, A. L.; Royal Insi. of Painters in Water Colors, 
England; A. IV. C. S.. Honors: Gold medal, competitive exhibition at American .Irt 
Galleries, New York, 1SS7; Evans prize, .7. IV. C. S., 1888: bronze medal, Paris Exp., 
1S89; gold medal and diploma, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1S93: gold mrdal, 
Pan-.'Imeriran Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; gold medal, Charleston Exposition, 1902; 

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WALKER, HORATIO (Continued) 

gold medal for oil and gold medal for iiater colors, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904! 

gold medal of honor, P. A. F. A., 1906; first prize, ft'orcester, 1907. 

Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
3833. Man Sawing Wood. 3838. Sheep Shearing. 

3835. Ploughing in Acadia. Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts 

3837. Boy Feeding Calves. Academy. 

WALTMAN, HARRY FRANKLIN 

Born in Ohio, 1S71. Studied ivith Constant and Laurens in Paris: S. Jerome Vhl, Wash- 
ington, D. C, and Julian in Paris. Honor: Portrait prize, Salma. C, 1909. 
2613. The Blue Fountain. 4097. Vermont. 

WARING, LEILA 

Born Charleston, S. C. Studied: A. S. L of N. Y. 

1785. Mrs. T. Malbone Waring. 

WARNER, EVERETT L. 

Born I'inton, la., 1877. Studied: A. S. L. in Washington and Neiu York; Julian Acad- 
emy in Paris. Member: N. Y. W. C. C; A. W. C. S. Honors: First Corcoran prize, 
Washington: 11'. C. C, 1902; Scsnan medal, P. A. F. .4., 190S ; ^silver medal, Buenos 
Aires Exposition, 1910; second Hallgarten prize, N. .4. D., 1912. 
Siher medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
3419. The Edge of the River. 3558. Brooklyn Bridge. 

WARREN, HAROLD B. 

Born Manchester, England, 1S59. Studied: Charles H. Moore and Charles Eliot Norton 
at Harvard University. 
1706. Autumn. 4364. The Matterhorn. 

WASHINGTON, ELIZABETH F. 

Born Siegfried's Bridge, Pa. Studied: P. A. F. A. Honors: Three prizes for applied 
design at The Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial .4rt: first prize in Anatomy 
drawings, igo9 ; the Cresson Traveling European Scholarship, given June, 1912; first 
Toppan prize, June, 191^. 

1786. The First Parasol. 1792. Abdul Baha. 
1790. Nancy. 

WATERBURY. LAURA PRATHER 

Born Louisville, Ky. Studied: San Francisco School of Design, with I'irgil Williams. 
Honor: Gold medal, Seattle, Wash. 
1264. Portrait of Miss Nina Clay. 1272. General W. R. Shafter. 

WATROUS, HARRY WILLSON 

Born in San Francisco, Cal., 18$/. Studied -with Bonnat, Boulanger and Lefebvre in 
Paris. Member: A. N. A., i8g^ ; N. A. i8q^ (cor. sec, 1S98) ; S. A. A., 1905. Honors: 
Clark prize. A'. A. D., 1S04; bronze medal, Pan-.4merican Exposition, Buffalo, 1901 ; 
special commemorative gold medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904. 
2156. He Stood in the Moonlight. 2364. The Bursting of the Bubble. 

WAUGH, FREDERICK J. 

Born Bordentown, N. J., 1861; son of S. B. Waugh, portrait painter. Studied: P. .4. 

F. A.; Julian Academy in Paris. Member: A. C, Philadelphia; A. N. A., 1909; N. A., 

1911. Honors: Clark prize, N. .4. D., J910; gold medal, Buenos Aires; Norman Wait 

bronze medal, .4rt Institute, Chicago. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
3155. The Maine Coast. 3173. The Southern Gulf Stream. 

3163. Coming of the Line Storm. 

WAUGH, SAMUEL BELL 

Born in Mercer, Pa., 1814; died in Janesville, Wis., 18S}. Studied in Philadelphia and 
abroad, where he painted a number of portraits of distinguished foreigners, among them 
Thorwaldsen. For many years a leading portrait painter in Philadelphia. 
2803. Portrait of Thorwaldsen. 



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WEBER, SARAH S. STILLWELL 

26. Water Baby. 

WEBSTER. E. AMBROSE 

Born Chrhea. Mass., i860. Studied: Boston Museum, under Benson and Tarbell; Lau- 
rens and Benjamin-Constant in Paris. Musgrare medal, IQ06. 
4451. In the Woods. 4454. On the Trail. 

WEBSTER, ETHEL FELDER 

Born ChappeU Hill, Texas. 1SS6. Studied in New York. 
1900. Susan Kingslev Crawford. 1903. Grandfather. 

1903. Edith. ' 1905. Louise. 

WEBSTER, HERMAN A. 

Born AVtf York, iSyS. Studied: Paris. Honors: .Associate Royal Society of Painters, 
Etchers and Engraters. looy; .1. Soc. Nationale des Beaux-Arts, 1^12: Felloiv Royal 
Society of Painters, Etchers and Engravers, 1914. 

4273. Ponte Santa Trinita. 427S. Rio Opni Santi: Venice. 

4274. Rio della Croce: Venice. 4285. Ponle Vecchio: Florence. 
4277. Ponte alle Grazie: Florence. 4286. On the Arno: Florence. 
WEHRSCHMIDT, DANIEL A. 

Born in Cleveland, Ohio, ils6i. Studied: Hrrkomcr School, Bushey Herts. Honors: 
T'U'o bronze medals, St. Louis. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, rQl^. 
4401. The Morning's Milk. 

WEILL, EDMOND 

Born in AVif York. Studied: ^^ .^. D. under Edgar M. Ward. 

1128. October Haze. 

WEIR, J. ALDEN 

Born West Point, X. Y., rSiJ. Studied v/tth his father, Robert W, Weir, at West Point: 
Gerome in Paris. Member: .1. A'. A., iSS^: A'. A., 1&S6; A. W. C. S.: Ten. Am. P.; 
Sat. Inst. .1. L. Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1S83; silver medal for paint- 
ing and bronze for drawing, Paris Exposition, iSgg; prize ($3,000), .American .Irt A.'soc, 
AVt;' York: medal, C. /.. Pittsburgh, 1^97: bronze medal, Paris Exposition, lono; o-oW 
medal, Pan-.-1 merican Exposition. Buffalo, toot ; gold medal for paintings and silver for 
engravings, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, IQ04: Inness medal. A'. A. D,, igo6; Lippincott 
prize, P. A. F. A., lOtn; silver medal. Int. Exp., Buenos Aires, igio. 

Member of the International .hiry of .Awards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition. 
San Francisco, IQI-,. 

2406. Constructing a Dam. 2422. A New England Rye Field. 

2407. Midsummer. 2423. Plaza: Nocturne. 

2408. Hunter's Moon. 2424. In the Woods. 

2409. The Oak. 2425. Portrait. 

2410. Danburv Hills. 2426. Towards Queeiiburgh Bridge: Nocturne. 

2411. White Oak. 2427. June. 

2412. Old Norwich Town: Connecticut. 
WEIR, JOHN FERGUSON 

Horn West Point. A'. 5'., iS.)!. Studied with his father. Robert W. Wier, at West Point: 

N. A. D. in S'ew York. Member: A. N. A., 1864; X. A.. 1S66; Director of the Yale 

School of Fine .Irts since lS6<). 
2966. Forging the Shaft. 

Lent bv the Metropolitan Museum. 
WEISS, SAMUEL A. 

Born Russia. Poland, ;.f7.i. Studied: Academy of Design, Xev: York. 
3608. Sunshine. 
WELCH, KATHERINE G. 

Born Spring Station, Ky. Studied: A. S. L. of X. Y.; Am. S. Min. P. 
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WELCH, MABEL R. 

Born Ne-xa Haven, Conn. Studied: A. S. L. of N. V. under Cox and Reid; Zander 

H^eyden, Garrido, Lazar and Scott in Paris. Member: Am. S. Min. P. ( sec.-treas.) ; 

Pa. S. Min. P. 

Siher medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
1356. Miss Fisher. 1362. Clorinda. 

1358. Miss Barler. 

WELLS, ALICE RUSHMORE 

Member: Am. S. Min. P.; Pa. S. Min. P. 
1228. Miss Natalie Peck. 1230. Portrait. 

WENDEL, THEODORE 

Born Midivay, Ohio, 185Q. Studied: Paris, Italy, Germany. Honors: Sesnan medal, 
P. A. F. A., IQog; bronze medal. International Exposition, Buenos .lires, IQIO. 
Sih'er medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3777. Hillside Autumn. 3801. Ipswich Marsh. 

3781. October Haze. 

WENDT, WILLIAM 

Born in Germany, iS6j; settled in Chicago, iSSo. Member: A. A'. .-1 ., IQIJ; S. If'. A. 

Honors: Second Yerkes prize, Chicago, iSg^; Young Fortnightly prize, .-l. I. C, iSQ/' ; 

bronze medal, Pan-.4merican Exposition, Buffalo, IQOI ; Cahn prize, .1. I. C, 1904 : 

silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, JOO4: honorable mention, Chicago S. A., 

1905; silver medal, irednesday Club, St. Louis, 1910; Cahn honorable mention, .4. I. C, 

1911. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191$. 
3169. Tahoma: the Eternal. 3172. The Land of Heart's Desire. 

WENTZ, HENRY 

Born The Dalles, Oregon. 
4098. November: Five P. M. 

WERNER, FRANK A. 

3228. Jessie. 

WERTMULLER, ADOLPH 

.1 Swedish painter, born at Stockholm in /7/0. He ii-as appointed painter to the Kin^ 
of Sweden in 17S7. In lygy he emigrated to America, where he died, the date of his 
death being unknown. 
2794. Portrait of Mr. Hamilton. 2805. Portrait of Mrs. Hamilton. 

Lent by John Frederick Lewis, Esq. Lent by John Frederick Lewis, Esq. 

WESSEL, HERMAN H. 

Born I'incennes, Ind., 1878. Studied: Cincinnati .4rt Academy and in Paris. 
2429. The Harbor: He aux Moines. 

WEST, BENJAMIN 

Born Springfield, Pa., lysS; died London, l8jO. Began to draw when seven years old. 
and took his first lessons in preparing colors from the Cherokee Indians. In I/60 he went 
to Italy, where he remained until I'bS- He won royal patronage in London, which he 
long enjoyed. From 1769 to 180T he received all orders from the King, who made him 
his historical painter (1772). On the death of Sir Joshua Reynolds (1-92) If'est suc- 
ceeded him as President of the Royal .Academy, of which he was one of the founders 
in 1768. 

2783. Portrait of Miss Peel. 2787. Mary Magdalene Anointing the Feet of 

Christ. 
Lent by the Art Institute of Chicago. 

WETHERILL, ELISHA KENT KANE 

Born Philadelphia, 187=,. Studied: P. A. F. A. and in Paris. 

Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, I9I5- 
3373. The Dreamer. 3489. Mysterious Thoughts. 



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WHEELER, JANET D. 

Born Detroit, Mich. Studied: P. A. F. A.; Bouguereau and Couriois in Paris. Honors: 
Toppan prize, P. A. F. A.; Mary Smith prize, P. A. F. A., 1901; gold medal, A. C, 
Philadelphia, it^oJ: silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, itjo.). 

3836. In Memoriam. 

WHISTLER, JAMES McNEILL 

Born Loivetl, .Mass., iiiS4; ''''''' Chelsea, London, 1903. Lived in Russia from eii^hth to 
fifteenth year. Returned to .Imerica in iS.fO; entered IVest Point, 1S31. Il'as connected 
'H.ilh Coast Survey in If'ashington. In jS^y luent to England, and shortly after moved to 
Paris, studying under Glyer. Exhibited in Royal .-Icademy in Jtifig for first time. Re- 
moved to London in 1863. Member Societe Nationale des Beaux-.lrts, Paris; Chevalier 
( iSSc)). Officer ( lH'jl) of the Legion of Honor: Chevalier, Order of St. Michael, Bavaria; 
honorable member Royal .Icademy, Bavaria; honorable member Royal Academy, Dresden; 
President International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers, London; President 
Royal Society of British .Irtists; honorable member Royal Academy of St. Luke, Rome; 
Commander of Order of the Crovin of Italy; honorable member Royal Scottish .Icademy. 
Honors: Gold medal, .Imsterdam, 1863; medal of the third class, Paris Salon, /<VcVj; 
medal of the first class, Munich, iSSg; gold medal, Antwerp, iSSg; gold medal. Exposition 
Universelle, Paris, iSSq; medals (painting and etching). World's Columbian Exposition, 
Chicago, iSgs; Temple gold medal. The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 18^4; 
gold medal, Antii-erp, iSgi; Grand Prix (painting) and Grand Prix (etching). Exposition 
Universelle, Paris, igoo; gold medal (painting and etching), Pan-.'ltnerican Exposition, 
Buffalo, l()i)t ; honorary decree of Doctor of Literature, Glasgow University, igo^. 



257. Gray and Silver: The Life Boat. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 
25«. The Sad Sea: Dieppe. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

259. Petite Mephiste. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

260. The White House. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

261. Wortley: Note in Green. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

262. Venus Rising from the Sea. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

263. Symphony in Blue and Pink. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

264. Symphony in White and Red. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

265. Variation in Blue and Green. 

Lent by National (Jallery, Freer 
Collection. 

266. The White Symphony: Three Girls. 

Lent bv National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

267. Venus. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

268. Blue and Gold: the Rose Azalea. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 



269. Green and Silver Beaulieu Terrace. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

270. Portrait of Mrs. Whibley. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 
27L Grey and Silver: the Mersey. 

Lent by .National Gallery, Freer 

272. Nude Figure and Cupid. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

273. Nude Figure. 

Lent by J. Alden Weir, Esq. 

274. Study in Rose and Brown. 

Lent by the Hackley Gallery of Fine 
Arts. 

275. Green and Violet: Portrait of Mrs. E. 

Milicent Cobden. 

Lent by the Estate of Mrs. E. M. 
Cobden. 

276. Portrait: Mrs. Huth. 

Lent by Louis Huth, Esq. 

277. Falling Rocket: Nocturne: Black and 

Gold. 

Lent by Samuel Untermyer, Esq. 

278. Note Blanche: Whistler's Study of Jo. 

Lent by the Estate of Mrs. E. M. 
Cobden. 

279. The Daughter of the Concierge. 

Lent by Mrs. William A. Noyes. 
32L Girl with Parasol. 

Lent by Mrs. G. R. Halkett. 
323. The Opal Sea. 

Lent by the Estate of Mrs. E. M. 
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WHITE, EDWIN 

Born in South Hadley, Mass., in 1S17; died in Saratoga Springs, N. Y., J8/7. Studied 
in Paris, Rome, Florence and Dusseldorf in 18^0 and 1869. Returned to Neiu York in iS/^. 
272S. The Sacred Lesson. 

Lent by Robert M. Olyphant, Esq. 

WHITE, ORRIN A. 

Born Hanover, III., 1883. 
3166. Snow Blown Peaks. 3167. Autumn in the Canyon. 

WHITEMAN, S. EDWIN 

Born Philadelphia, Pa. Studied luith Boulanger, Constant and Lefebvre in Paris. In- 
structor John Hopkins University and Baltimore Charcoal Club Art School. Honor: 
Honorable mention, Paris Salon. 

2158. Summer Breeze. 

WHITNEY, BEATRICE 

Born Chelsea, Mass., iSSS. Studied: Museum School of Fine Arts, Boston, Mass. 
Honors: Julia A. Shaiu Memorial prize, 1914, N. A. D. of N. Y. 
Siher medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2271. Odalisque. 

WHITTEMORE, WILLIAM JOHN 

Born New York, i860. Studied: New York with William Hart; N. A. D. and A. S. L. 
with Beckwith; Lefebvre and Constant in Paris. Member: A. N. A., 1897; A. W. C. S.; 
N. Y. W. C. C. (sec); Am. S. Min. P. Honors: Silver medal for drawing, Paris Expo- 
sition, 1889; bronze medal, Atlanta Exposition, 1S95; bronze medal, Charlestown Expo- 
sition, 1902. 

1795. Baby's Head. 1800. Portrait of Father and Mother. 

1799. In the Nursery. 

WHITTREDGE, WORTHINGTON 

Born Springfield, O., 1S20. Studied: Andreas Achenbach. Honors: Bronze medal. 
Centennial Exposition, Philadelphia, 1S76: honorable mention, Paris Exposition, 1889; 
silver medal, Pan-.'lmerican Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, Louisiana Purchase 
Exposition, 1904. Member N. A., 1S61 ( pres. 187} and 1876). 
2940. A Breezy Day. 

Lent by the Lotos Club. 

WICKWIRE, JERE R. 

Born Cortland, N. Y., 1883. Studied: Art Students' League, Jf'm. M. Chase. 
4158. Portrait of My Mother. 

WIECZOREK, MAX 

Born Breslau, Germany, 1863. Studied: JFeimar, Karlsruhe in Germany. 
975. Mother and Child. 979. Young Girl. 

977. Mrs. John P. Jones. 

WILES, IRVING RAMSEY 

Born Utica, N. Y., 1861. Studied with his father, L. M. Wiles; with Chase and Beck- 
with in New York: Carolus-Duran in Paris. Member: A. N. A., 1889; N. A., 1S07; 
S. A. A., 1887; A. W. C. S.; Nat. Inst. A. L.; Port. P. Honors: Third Hallgarten prize, 
N. A. D., l886;_ Clarke prize, N. A. D., 1SS9; honorable mention, Paris Exposition, 18S9; 
medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; Evans prize, A. W. C. S., 1S97; medal, 
Tennessee Centennial, Nashville, 1897 ; Shaw prize, S. A. A., 1900; bronze medal, Paris 
Exposition, jgoo; gold medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 190 1 ; first Corcoran 
prise, S. Wash. A., 1901; gold medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904: silver medal, 
Appalachian Exposition, Knoxville, 1910; gold medal, Buenos Aires Exposition, 1910. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191^. 

3382. Arnold VV. Brunner, Esq. 3383. Madame Gerville-Reache as Carmen. 

Lent by the National Academy of 3385. J. Francis Murphy, Esq. 

Design. Lent by the National Academy of 

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WILLIAMS, ALYN 

Born H'rexham, N. fVales, lS66. Studied: Slade School, University of Stueden; Julian 
Academy, Paris. Honors: Founder and President of the Royal Society of Miniature 
Painters, England; member of the Royal Society of British Artists; Associate of the 
R. C. A. 

1835. Tiger Lily. 1843. Mrs. Nicholas Longworth. 

1840. The Cardinal. 

WILLIAMS, GEORGE ALFRED 

Born Xeu'ark, A'. J., 1S75. Member: N. S. C. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1124. Moonlit Breaker. 1132. The Idol. 

1125. The Drama of Hell: Forest of Souls. 1134. The Drama of Life: Daughters of Man. 
1127. The Witch. 1135. Storm Cleared Sea. 

1129. The Drama of Life: The Plague. 2570. The Drama of the Sea: The Breakers. 

1130. Afternoon Sea. 4130. Boom Island Light: Ogonquit. 

WILLIAMS, ISAAC L. 

Born in Philadelphia, Pa., 1S17; died there 1S95. Studied ivith John N eagle, at P. A. F. A. 
and in Europe. 
2780. Portrait of John Neagle. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 

WILLIAMSON, ADA C. 

Born Camden, N. J., 18S2. Studied: P. A. F. A.; Drexet Institute. Honor: Georgina 

Shillard gold medal. 
2134. Baby in a French Cap. 

WILLSON, MARTHA B. 

Born Providence, R. I., 18S5. Studied: Boston; A. S. L. of N. Y.; Academic Julian in 

Paris; R. I. School of Design in Providence. 
1357. Girl's Profile. 1366. The Lace Cap. 

WILSON, FLOYD 

Born St. Peter, Minn., 1887. Studied <with Robert Koehler and Gustave Von Schlegel, 
Minneapolis School of Fine .4rts; Robert Henri Independent School, New York; 
Colorossi, Paris. 
4246. Chinatown: Portland. 

WOLCOTT, KATHERINE 

Born Chicago, lit., 18S0. Studied: A. I. C; A. S. L. of N. Y.; Constant and Rodin in 

Paris. Member: Chicago S. A. 
1821. On the Dunes. 

WOOD, KATHRYN LEONE 

Born Kalamazoo, Mich. Studied: Art Institute, Chicago. 
1804. Mother. 

WOODBURY, CHARLES HERBERT 

Born Lynn, Mass., jSd.j. Studied: Mass. Inst, of Technology in Boston; Julian Academy 
in Paris under Boulanger and Lefebvre. Member: S. A. A., iSqq; A. N. A., 1906; 
N. A., 1907; A. W. C. S.; Boston IV. C. C. (pres.): N. Y. IV. C. C. Honors: Third 
prize, Boston A. C; gold medal, Atlanta Exposition, 1895; second prize, Tennessee 
Centennial, Nashville, 1S97; two medals, Mechanics' Fair, Boston; bronze medal, Paris 
Exposition, [QOO: bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 190I; first prize, 
IVorcester Museum, 1903; silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904; honorable 
mention, C. I., Pittsburgh, 1905; second prize, IVorcester, 1907; silver medal, Buenos 
Aires Exposition, 19 10; Evans prize, A. W. C. S., 1911. 

Gold medal, for Oil Painting, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 
1915- 

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WOODBURY, CHARLES HERBERT (Continued) 

Medal of Honor, for H'aler Color Painting, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

1098. Tropical Sea. 4372. Near Empire. 

1099. Monadnock. 4373. Culebra Cut. 

1100. The Tramp Steamer. 437S. Near Pedro Miguel. 
1102. Evening. 4379. The Great Slide. 
n03. Nutmeg Island. 4380. Sea Wall: Panama. 
3291. The Rainbow. 4397. The Bark. 

4371. Cut at Empire. 

WOODVILLE, RICHARD CATON 

Born 1825; died lS^6. Educated at Dusseldorf, Germany. Commander of the Order of 
Medjidie, and of Daniello Montenegro. Exhibited first picture at Royal Academy, iS/g. 
Painted se-veral large pictures in Windsor Castle for the Queen. Went through Egyptian 
War, 1882; Turkish War, 1S7S. 
2743. War News from Mexico. 

Lent by the National Academy of 
Design. 

WOODWARD, ELLSWORTH 

Born Bristol County, Mass., 1S61. Studied: R I. School of Design in Providence; Carl 

Marr in Munich. Member: S. W. A.; Union Inter, des Beaux-Arts et des Lettres. 

Honor: Gold medal. Art .-Issocialion of New Orleans. Director of .Irt Education, Nei:-- 

comb College, since 1890. 
4234. Felucca. 4290. Veere. 

WOODWARD, WILLIAM 

Born Seekonk, Mass., i8ji>. Studied: R. I. School of Design in Providence; Mass 
Normal .-Irt School in Boston; Boulanger in Paris. 
2160. Old Cabildo: New Orleans. 

WOODWELL, JOSEPH R. 

Born Pittsburgh, Pa. Died igil. Honor: Bronze medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposi- 
tion, 1904. 

2936. Mist from the Sea. 2939. Sand Dunes. 

293S. Squam River. 

WOOLF, SAMUEL JOHNSON 

Born Neiv York, iSSo. Studied: A. S. L. and N. A. D under Cox and Brush. Honors: 
Third Hallgarten prize, N. A. D., 1904; medal, Appalachian Exposition, Knoxville, 1910. 

2488. The Underworld. 4446. The News Stand. 

4169. Brown the Wheats. 

WRIGHT, JOHN 

Born Harrogate, England, rSj/. Studied: Antiverp .-Icademy. 
4175. Sicilian Landscape. 

WRIGHT, JOSEPH 

Born in Bordentov.n, N. J., 1736; died in Philadelphia, 1793. His mother. Patience 
Lovell Wright, ivas famous as a modeler in luax. Studied in London ivith West and 
John Hoppner. Returned to this country in 178J, and the next year painted a portrait 
of Washington, from life, at Rocky Hill, N. J. He subsequently had other sittings from 
Washington, and in 1790 obtained a profile likeness of him while in church, which he 
afterwards etched. He was appointed by Washington the first diesinker in the United 
States Mint. 
2792. Joseph Wright and Family. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 

WRIGHT. LOUISE WOOD 

Born Philadelphia, 1S65. Studied: P. A. F. A.; Whistler and Julian Academy in 
Paris; F. W. Jackson in England. Honors: Toppan prize, P. A. F. A.; bronze medal, 



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PAINTERS AND ILLUSTRATORS 

WRIGHT, LOUISE WOOD (Continued) 

Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1^04. Member: Pliila. If. C. C; A'. Y. If. C. C; 

.■I. S. Min. P. 
4305. In Dorsetshire. 43 IS. Corfe Castle: Dorset. 

WUERPEL, EDMUND H. 

Born St. Louis, ;i'06. Studied: St. Louis School of Fine Arts; Julian Academy and Ecole 
des Beaux-.Jrts in Paris under Bouguereau, Robert-Fleury, Ferrier and .Iman-Jean. Mem- 
ber: S. ir. A. ( pres. igog-igi2). Honors: Bronze medal, Nashiille Exposition, 1S97 ; 
silver medal, Missouri Building, Le-v:is and Clarke Exposition, Portland, Ore., igoj; hon- 
orable mention, Buenos .-Itres Exposition, igio. Director St. Louis School of Fine .Iris 
since igog. 

Member of the International Jury of .Jicards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 
San Francisco, 19 1 5. 

2147. The Sheltered Bay. 2150. The Call of Lingering Day. 

214S. Gathering Clouds. 2151. Late Afternoon. 

2149. An Evening Symphony. 2152. Harmony in Brown. 

WYANT, ALEXANDER H. 

Born Defiance, Ohio, 1S36; died in New York, lSg2. Went to Karlsruhe and studied 
under Hans Gude. Subsequently studied in London, returning to Ne^v York about 1S6,'; 
Painted for many years in Keene Valley, .4dirondacks, and later in Arkville, in the 
Catskill Mountains, where most of his best work was done. First exhibited in the 
National .Icademy, New York, in 1S6}. Elected an .Lssociate of the Academy in 1S6S, 
Academician, l86g, and was one of the founders of the .Imerican Society of Painters in 
Water Colors. 
2541. The Windy Day. 2545. Afternoon near Arkville: N. Y. 

Lent by the Louisville Free Public Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 

Library. 
2543. A Mountain Brook: Adirondacks. 
Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts 
.'\cademy. 

WYETH, N. C. 

Born Needliam, Mass., iSS.'. Studied: Howard Pyle. Honor: Beck prize, Phila. W. C. C. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igi^. 

57. Ebenezer Balfour ( Kidnaped j. 64. Captain Bones Routs Black Dog 

58. Chinese Pirates. ^Treasure Island). 

59. Old Pew (Treasure Island j. 67. The Picador. 

4214. Roaring Skipper. 

WYLIE, ROBERT 

Born in the Isle of Man, iS^g; died in Port Aven. Brittany, 1877. Studied: P. .1. F. .1 . 

Curator of the same from iSjig to l86s; elected Associate, 1S62. Went to Paris, 1865. 

Medal of the second class, Paris Salon, 1S72. 
2697. A Breton Home. 2968. The Story Teller: Breton Interior. 

YARROW, WILLIAM H. K. 

Born Glenside, Pa., iSgi. Studied: P. A. F. A. and Henry R. Riltenbcrg. Member: 

Soc. Inter, des Beaux-.lrts et des Lettres. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, Jgi^. 
2475. Still Life. 3375. The Checkered Dress. 

3370. Jansen: Ex-Sea Captain. 4203. In ihe Orchard. 

YATES, CULLEN 

Born Bryan, ()., 1S66. Studied: A'. A. D., Chase and Ochtman in New York; Ecole des 
Beaux-Arts, Colorossi and Julian .Icademies under Laurens and Constant in Paris. Mem- 
ber: A. N. A, igoS; A. II'. C. S.: N. Y. W. C. C: N. A. C. Honors: Bronze medal, 
Louisiana Purchase Exposition, igof; Inness prize, Salma. C, igo'. 

2376. November Snow. 3588. Old Farm: November. 

2377. Spring. 



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Julian Academy and Bouguereau in Paris. 

1080. The Supreme Court Obstructs Traffic. 

1090. Extinct. 

1092. Love One Another. 

1094. The Game. 



YOUNG, ARTHUR 

Born Stephenson Co., III., i866. Studied: 
Member: S. I., igog. 
14. This World of Creepers. 

947. Mother Jones. 

948. Pit and Dome. 
1076. Senatorial Courtesy. 
1078. The Unemployed.' 

YOUNG, CHARLES MORRIS 

Born Gettysburg, Pa., 1869. Studied: P. A. F. A.; Colarossi Academy in Paris. Member: 
P/iila. 11^. C. C. Honors: Toppan prize, P. A. F. A.; honorable mention, Pan-.lmerican 
Exposition, Buffalo, 190 1 ; sih'er medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904; gold medal, 
A. C. Phila., 1908; honorable mention, C. I. Pittsburgh, 1910; silver medal, Buenos Aires 
Exposition, 1910. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2215. My House in Winter. 2221. Winter Landscape with Crows. 

2216. Winter Afternon. 2223. Farm House in Winter. 

2217. The Red Mill. 2224. The Gray Mill. 

YOUNG, MATTIE 

Born Hillier, Ontario, Canada, 1876. Studied: San Francisco. 
1801. Sister. 

ZIMMERMAN, M. W. 

Born Philadelphia, 1S61. Studied: Philadelphia; Julian Aeademy in Paris. Member: 

Phil. If. C. C. 
939. The Chalet at Night. 4382. Across the Valley. 

1031. Across the Lake. 

ZORACH, MARGUERITE 

Born Santa Rosa, Cal., 1887. Studied: 

1024. Spring. 

1025. The Earth. 

ZORACH, WILLIAM 

Born Euberick, Kovna, Russia, 1886. Studied: N. A. D. of N. Y.; A. S. L. of N. Y. 

two years in Paris academies. 
4336. The Country Valley. 4341. The Wood Cutters. 

4339. Flowers. 4347. Woods in Autumn. 



Paris Art Schools four years. 

1035. The Waterfall. 

1036. The Legend. 



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BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX: ETCHERS, 
ENGRAVERS AND LITHOGRAPHERS 



ADDAMS, CLIFFORD 

Born Philadelphia, 1876. Studied: Henry Wood, Drexel Institute; Composition under 
Thomas P. Anshutz and Henry V. Thouron and the P. A. F. A.; Academic Carmen 
under JVhistler. Honors: Traveling scholarship, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 
J899. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



735. Admiral's House, Amsterdam 

736. City Hall, Philadelphia. 

737. Land Ho. 

740. Home for Decayed Fishermen. 

742. Porta della Carta. 

743. The Harbor, Dordrecht 

6001. River Scene, Blackfriars. 

6002. A Venetian Schooner. 

6003. The Dressmaker's Balcony, Venice. 

6004. Obscure Turning, Venice. 

6005. The Rialto, Venice. 

6006. Harbor Scene, Venice. 

6007. Venice. 

6008. Garden Entrance, Venice. 

6009. Westminster. 

6010. After a Wedding, Grand Canal, 

Venice. 

601 1. The Emigrants' Entry, Philadelphia. 

6012. New York Harbor. 

6013. The Print Shop of Keppel, N. Y. 

6014. Dordrecht Cathedral. 

6015. Antique Shop, Venice. 

6016. The Thames. 

6017. Soho. 



6018. Hampstead. 

6019. Demolition. 

6020. Tower of London. 

6021. A Soho Alley. 

6022. Limehouse. 

6023. Hoboken. 

6024. Dordrecht Gateway. 

6025. Tramway Accident. 

6026. By the Dam, Philadelphia. 

6027. Coliseum, St. Martin's Lane. 

6028. Old Race Street Shop. 

6029. Waterloo Place. 

6030. Stable Yard, Philadelphia. 

6031. Finchley. 

6032. Lincoln's Inn Fields. 

6033. Alexandra Day in Seething Lane. 

6034. Decoy Farm. 

6035. By the Docks, Brooklyn. 

6036. New York Herald Building. 

6037. The High Stoop. 

6038. El Rastro, Madrid. 

6039. Hampstead Garden Suburb. 

6040. Margate. 



AID, GEORGE CHARLES 

Born Quincy, III. Studied: St. Louis School of Fine Arts; Acad. Julian, Paris Kith 
Constant, Laurens, L. Simon and C. Cottet. Member S. W. A., Membre Correspondant 
Soc. des Peintres et Graveurs, Francais. Honors: Mem. Hon. Soc. Artistes Francais 
Salon; silver medal, St. Louis Universal Exposition. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1913. 

563. Port d'Honfleur. 6047. Rue de I'Eveche, Beauvais. 

564. Notre Dame de Mechelin. 6048. Italian Gates. 

565. Isolabona. 6049. La Vielle Maison, Louviers. 
568. Lcs Deux Fonts, San Remo. 6050. La Seine a Puteaux. 

574. Pont Neuf. 6051. Coin du Marche, Louviers. 

575. Les Balcons, Isolabona. 6052. Jardin de Mme. Lescaute. 

6042. Cathedral Saint Cecile, Albi. 6053. St. Nicholas du Chardonnet. 

6043. Pergolata. 6054. La Conciergerie, Paris. 

6044. Dans la Vallee de I'Eure. 6055. Pont Marie, Paris. 

6045. Rue de Neubourg, Louviers. 6056. Piazza Parrochiale, Dolceaqua. 

6046. Twilight. 6057. Hotel de Cluny, Paris. 



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ALLEN, JAMES 

Born Farminglon, Conn., I7SS! 'i'td iS^j. Studied: Probably nxitlt Kenselt, of Ches- 
hire, Conn. Served in Revolution. 

6058. Bonaparte (engraved in 1792). 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

ALMQUIST, OLOF 

Born Hjersos, Sweden. iS68. Studied: Chicago, III.. .Irt School; Brooklyn Art School, 
A'eiu York. Honor: Second prize, Chicago Art School. 

6059. Woodrow Wilson. 6061. Miss Effy Elsey. 

6060. Joseph Jefferson. 

ANDERSON, ALEXANDER 

Born 1775; died 1870. Founder of the .American School of Wood-Engraving. 

6062. Self-portrait. 6064. Portrait of Washington. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. Lent by H. C. Levis, Esq. 

6063. John Carroll. 6065. Hunting Scene, after Ridinger. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

ARMINGTON, CAROLINE HELENA 

Born Brampton, Ontario, 187}. Studied: Toronto ivith J. If. L. Forsler; Acad. Julian, 
Paris; with F. Schommer, Henri Royer and Paul Gervais. Member: Soc. de la Gravure 
Originale en Noir, Paris. Honor: Silver nedal, Soc. des Amis des .Arts, Versailles. 

552. St. Sulpice, Paris. 6075. Une Boutique, Constantine. 

554. Notre Dame de Paris. 6076. St. Gervais, Paris. 

6066. Quai des Orfevres, Paris. 6077. Une Ruelle, Constantine. 

6067. Pont Neuf et le Louvre. 6078. Un Passage, Constantine. 

6068. An Old Court, Venice. 6079. Rue de I'Arc, Constantine. 

6069. Old Door, Venice. 6080. He de la Cite, Paris. 

6070. Notre Dame pris de St. Julien le 6081. Thames and St. Paul's, London. 

Pauvre, Paris. 6082. Pont Sainte Marie, Paris. 

6071. Ponte dei Sospiri, Venice. 6083. No. 8 Rue de I'Arc, Constantine. 

6072. Porte d'Entree, Cluny, Paris. 6084. La Rue de I'Echelle, Constantine. 

6073. Les Thermes, Cluny, Paris. 6085. Tourelle Principale, Cluny, Paris. 

6074. Cour du Dragon, Paris. 6086. Hotel de Sens, Paris. 

ARMINGTON, FRANK M. 

Born Fordvoich, Ontario, 1876. Studied: Toronto; .-lead. Julian, Paris, with Laurens 
and Henri Royer. Member: Royal Soc. of Painter-Etchers, London: Soc. des .Imis de 
I'Eau Forte, Paris; Soc. de la Gravure en noir, Paris; Soc. de la Gravure originale en 
couleur, Paris. Honor: Hon. Men. Salon .Artistes Francais, Paris, jgoS. 

557. Portal am Rathaushof, Rothenburg. 6096. Vue Prise d'une ruine a Cartilage. 

559. Henkersteg, Nurnberg. 6097. Pietro. 

561. Boulevard des Capucines, Paris. 6098. Campement Saharien. 

6087. Pont du Carrousel, Paris. 6099. Bedouin. 

6088. Meditation. 6100. Route de Sidi-Okba, Biskra. 

6089. Marie. 6101. Jean. 

6090. Konigstrasse, Nurnberg. 6102. Jeanne. 

6091. Type Oriental. 6103. The Black Sash. 

6092. Pont Neuf, Paris. 6104. Notre Dame de Paris. 

6093. Jardin des Tuileries. 6105. Tower Bridge, London. 

6094. Tour Eiffel, Paris. 6106. Bourrelier au Marais, Paris. 

6095. Entree de Fondouk, Biskra. 6107. Ali. 

BACKER, OTTO 

Born Cleveland, Ohio, 1836. Died Bronxville, 1909. Studied with Duveneck, Carolus- 
Duran, Boulanger and Lefebvre. Member: Society of Ulustrators, Painter-Etchers of 
London; Associate National Academy of Design. Honor: Silver medal, St. Louis, igo.f. 



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BACHER. OTTO (Continued) 

383. Rainy Day in Venice. 6109. San Vio. 

Lent by A. S. Macdonald, Esq. 6110. Lustheim. 

385. Chioggla. 6111. Lavanderia. 

392. Casa d'Oro. 6112. Ponte del Pistor. 

397. Three Ships. 6113. Lace Makers. 

406. Entrance, Grand Canal. 6114. Schleissheim, Tree in Royal Garden. 

Lent bv Frederick Keppel & Co., 6115. A Corner of St. Mark's. 

411. The Lido,' Venice. 6116. Net Makers, Chioggia. 

414. Fondamenta di Tolentini. 6117. Old Market, Florence. 

6108. The Canal. Lent by Mrs. Otto H. Bacher. 

BARONE, ANTONIO 

Horn lalle D'olmn. Sicily, jSS<^. Studied ivil/i Miss Ida C. Taylor; La Roy, N. Y.; F. V. 
Dumond; F. Louis Mora; Geo. Bridgeman, U'm. M. Chase. .7. S. L., Ne<iu York. Honors: 
Scholarships and prizes every year in painting, draiving and etching at the Art League, 
AVit' York, lor jour years. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, /p/5. 

750. "Bobs." 6124. Cornelia. 

753. The Musicians. 6125. The Fish Vendor. 

6118. The Brook. 6126. Boy Writing. 

6119. La Danse au Crepuscule. 6127. Greeley Square, New York. 

6120. The Spanish Necklace. 6128. Roberto. 

6121. Doves and Tenements. 6129. The Little Mother. 

6122. Between the Tenements. 6130. Still Life. 

6123. The Little Shop. 6131. La Petite Grecque. 

BAUMANN. GUSTAVE 

Horn in Mugdrhurg. Germany, 1881. Studied: Art Institute, Chicago; Munich, Germany. 
Gold medal. Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1015. 

840. Town of Nashville. 844. The Door Yards. 

841. In the Hills of Brown. 897. Washington Barnes' Cabin. 

842. Mathis Alley. 904. Peach and Plum Bloom. 

843. Courthouse Yard. 911. Harden Hollow. 

BERNSTROM, VICTOR 

Born Stockholm, Siceden, 1S45. Studied: Royal .Academy and Publishing House, Stock- 
holm, S'u:eden. Honors: Medal of the first class, JForld's Columbian Exposition; silver 
medal, Pan-.l mcrican Exposition; silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition. 

349. The River Shore. 6135. Limbering Up. 

358. Pirates' Haven. 6136. Philip II of Spain. 

6132. The Mujik. 6137. The Dead Matador. 

6133. The Mystery of Life. 6138. Shepherdess. 

6134. Jacking for Eels. 6139. Trapped at Last. 

BLOODGOOD, ROBERT FANSHAWE 

Horn A«; York, A'. Y. Studied: A'. //. D. and .1. S. L. of AVw York; A. S. L., Paris. 
Member: A'. Y. Etching C. 

6140. Two's Company. 6145. Fairy Godmother. 

6141. Hark. 6146. Blown Out to Sea. 

6142. Hard Times. 6147. The Merry Winter Crow. 

6143. The End of an Outlaw. 6148. Jealousy. 

6144. The Early Bird. 6149. Arctic Traveler. 

BLUM, ROBERT F. 

Horn Cincinnati, iSj/; died, 1^03. At the age of sixteen he entered a lithographic estab- 
lishment, but soon came to New York and gave a number of years to illustrative work. 
From /cScSV) to iSSg he made several trips abroad. In itiQo he ivcnt to Japan, commissioned 
by the Scribners to luork jointly luith Sir Edii-in Arnold. In the meantime his paintings 
had brought recognition and he ivas awarded bronze, silver and gold medals. The "Bead 
Stringers," a I'enetian subject, occasioned his election as associate member of the Academy 

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BLUM, ROBERT F. (Continued) 

of Design, and "The Ameya" brought him into full membership. Upon his return from 
Japan in the fall of iSg3, after <writing and illustrating articles on Japan, and completing 
several easel pictures, Mr. Blum made an entirely neiv departure, taking up mural 
decoration. 

402. The Witch. 413. Profile. 

Lent by William J. Baer, Esq. 

BOBBETT, ALFRED 

A ivood engraver who ivorked 1847-52. One of the men ^■:ho made cuts for the "American 
Drawing Book." 
6150. The Cure (after Darley). 

Lent by Mrs. F. O. C. Darley. 

BORG, CARL OSCAR 

Born Grinstad, Sweden, 1879. Honors: Honorable mention, J'ichy, IQIS! silver medal, 

Versailles, 1914. 

566. Villa dei Quintilli (Campagna 634. San Pietro di Palestrina. 

Romana). 635. Landscape. 

573. II Castello. 6151. Venetian Canal. 

BRIDPORT, HUGH 

Born London, l/O-l. Came to Philadelphia in 1S16. Studied with C. Wilkins, a miniature 
painter of London. He had a drawing academy in Philadelphia in 1817, where he painted 
portraits and miniatures, and drew a number of portraits on stone for early Philadelphia 
lithographers. 
6152. John Vaughan (after Thomas Sully). 
Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

BROWN, BENJAMIN C. 

Studied: St. Louis .4rt School; Julian Academy in Paris. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igifi. 

650. Cliff, Golden Gate. 824. Rainy Day, San Francisco. 

652. Venetian Bridge. 6153. Hay Wharf, San Francisco. 

657. In Old San Juan. 6154. A Bridge of Venice. 

822. Santa Maria della Salute, Venice. 6155. Old Bridge at Bruges. 

823. Russian River, California. 

BROWN, HOWELL C. 

Born Little Rock, Arkansas, 1880. Member: California Society of Etchers. 
596. Eucalyptus Trees. 6157. The Sign Board, Chinatown, San Fran- 

6156. Summer Afternoon, Laguna Beach. cisco. 

BROWN, M. E. D. 

Early American lithographer. 
440. Stephen Girard (after Bass Otis). 6158. Reading the Scriptures (after B. B. 

Hayden). 
Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

BURR, GEORGE ELBERT 

Born near Cleveland, 0. Made illustrations for catalogue of Heher Bishop Collection of 

jades at Metropolitan Museum. Studied in France, Italy and England. Member: Cal. 

Soc. of E. , Wi'i. -I 

664. The Willows. 6165. Spanish Peaks, Morning. 

669. The Fairy Glen. 6166. Rheinstein Castle. 

6159. Venetian Fishing Boats. 6167. Evening, North Wales. 

6160. Evening, Lake Geneva. 6168. Village of Gandria, Lake Lugano. 

6161. Pinion Trees and Spanish Peaks. 6169. North Boulder Creek, Colorado. 

6162. Long's Peak from Denver. 6170. Evening, Lake Geneva. 

6163. Pike's Peak. 6171. Old Cedar and Pike's Peak. 

6164. Arizona Clouds. 6172. High Street, Oxford. 



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ETCHERS, ENGRAVERS AND LITHOGRAPHERS 

BURR, GEORGE ELBERT rContinued) 

6173. Warwick Castle, Night. 6176. Oaks in Winter. 

6174. Moll Liabod, North Wales. 6177. Winter. 

6175. Valley of the Lledr, North Wales. 6178. On the Little Colorado, Arizona. 

BURT, CHARLES 

Born EJinbursh, Scotland, iS^,;; died in Brooklyn, iSgs. Came to New York in 1836. He 
engraved and etched a large number of plates ior portraits and book illustrations. For 
some years he was one of the chief engravers of bank notes for the Treasury Department 
at H'ashington, D. C. 
456. Henry W. Longfellow. 

Lent by Frederick Keppel & Co. 

CALEWAERT, LOUIS H. 

Born Detroit, 1S94. Studied: School of Fine Arts, Detroit, luith J. P. Wicker. Member: 

Cal. Soc. of E. 

697. Old Houses in Detroit. 6183. Youth Drawing. 

700. Madam Braun. 6184. Portrait of J. R. 

703. The Blower. 6185. Sketch of the Etcher. 

6179. Ma Grandmere. 6186. Ma Grandmere Endormi. 

6180. My First Plate. 6187. Luminaris. 

6181. William Fanning. 6188. North Peoria Street. 

6182. The Canal. 6189. On the Detroit River. 

CARR. MICHAEL CARMICHAEL 

Born San Francisco, 1S81. Studied: Slade School of Fine Arts, London University. Honor: 
Slade Scholarship. 

6190. Calvi, Corsica. 6192. Nonza, Corsica. 

6191. Lobster Baskets, Corsica. 6193. Bread Carrier, Ajaccio, Corsica. 

CHADWICK, CHARLES W. 

Born Red-Hook-on-Hudson, N. Y., 1861. Studied ivith Frederick Juengling, IVilUam 
Miller and Frank French. Honors: Bronze medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, iSos: 
bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901 ; bronze medal, Louisiana Purchase 
Exposition, 1904. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

345. Needlework (after Townsend). 6195. Bereavement (after Adan). 

348. The Culprit (after Belcher). 6196. Sent to Bed (after Belcher). 

6194. Illustration (after Brown). 6197. Portrait. 

CHADWICK. EMMA 

Born Stockholm, Sweden, 1S63. Studied: Julian's, Paris. 
749. Pont Neuf. 6198. Study of Trees. 

805. Landscape. 6199. Pont Neuf No. 2. 

CHANDLER, GEORGE WALTER 

Born Milwaukee, IVis. Began his artistic career as journalist illustrator. Studied: Julian 

Academy. Honors: Honorable mention at Salon, IQ08. 
766. Impasse du Lion, Algiers. 6203. A Farmyard in Auvergne. 

769. The Minarettes, Benares. 6204. Via Monte, San Remo. 

772. Bab El Tunis. 6205. Via Vecchia, Perugia. 

775. Ponte Vecchio, Florence. 6206. Rue des Teinturiers. 

6200. Via Riccabone, San Remo. 6207. Rue Abd EI Kader. 

6201. La Rue Kleber, Algiers. 6208. Westminster Abbey (The Choir). 

6202. Souk El Djemma. 6209. Ponte Vecchio, Florence. 

CHENEY, JOHN 

Born South Manchester, Conn., 1801; died there, 1885. He engraved smalt heads and book 
illustrations. In iS_^3 went to Europe to study art, supporting himself by engraving for 
.American publishers. 
6210. Beatrice. 6211. Francis Anne Kemble (after Thomas 

Lent by Louis Katz, Esq. Sully). 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 



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CLOSSON, WILLIAM BAXTER 

Born ThetforJ, I't., 184S. Studied: Loiuell Inst, in Boston; traveled in Europe. Member: 
Union Internationale des Beaux-Arts et des Leitres. Honors for ivood engrm'ing: Gold, 
silver and bronze medals, Massachusetts Charitable Mechanics Assoc; third-class medal, 
Paris Salon, iSSj; silver medal, Paris Exposition, iSSg; medal, Columbian Exposition, 
Chicago, JSoji diploma. Graphic Arts Exposition, I'ienna; silver medal, Pan-American 
Exposition, Buffalo, IQOI ; St. Louis Exposition, 1904. 

355. The Christ (after Da Vinci). 6217. Paolo and Francesca (after Watts). 

356. Winifred Dysart (after Fuller). 6218. Immaculate Conception (after Murillo). 
363. Ideal Head (after Fuller). 6219. Flowers (after Bonvin). 

6212. The Turkey Pasture (after Fuller). 6220. Haunts of the Song Sparrow. 

6213. Psyche. 6221. Ralph W. Emerson (after Rowse). 

6214. Flora (after Titian). 6222. Dr. O. W. Holmes. 

6215. Portrait of Thiers. 6223. Charles and Mary (after Van Dyclc). 

6216. Madonna Granducca (after Raphael). 

COLE, TIMOTHY 

Born London, England, iSiJ; brought to United Stales in iSS/; settled in Chicago. 
Studied icith Bond and Chandler in Chicago. Member: A. ^'. A., 1906; N. A., igoS; 
Nat. Inst. A. L.; Society of Painters, Sculptors and Gravers, London (hon.) ; Guild of 
Craftsmen, London (hon.). Honors: Gold medal and diploma, Columbian Exposition, 
Chicago, iSgs; gold medal, Paris Exposition, igoo; gold medal, Pan-.lmerican Exposition, 
Buffalo, igoi; grand prize, Louisiana Purchase Exposition. 

465. Portrait (after Velasquez). 474. Mother (after Millet). 

466. Portrait of Princess Vitelli (after 475. Madame Mercier (after Greuze). 

Francia). 476. Philip IV (after Velasquez). 

467. Holy Family (after Rembrandt). 477. Portrait of Snyder's Wife (after 

468. Portrait of a Spanish Lady (after Van Dyck). 

Fortuny). 478. Nature (after Romney). 

469. Portrait of Lady Skipwith (after 479. Mona Lisa (after Da Vinci). 

Reynolds). 6224. The Broken Mirror (after Greuze). 

470. Saint Elizabeth (after Zurbaran). 6225. Portrait of Mrs. Glenowen and Child 

471. The Bathers (after Corot). (after Raeburn). 

472. La Maternite (after Carriere). 6226. Repose in Egypt (after Knaus). 

473. Portrait of a Man (after Velasquez). 6227. The Cavalier (after Hals). 

COLEMAN, SAMUEL 

An early .Imcrican etcher ivho is represented in the books of collections of etchings pub- 
lished during the years 1S84 to iSSg. 

6228. Windmill. 

Lent by Inghram Hughes, Esq. 

COLWELL, ELIZABETH 

■ Born in Michigan, iSSi. Studied •with I'anderpoel and Ollson-Nordfeldt in Chicago. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igiS- 
806. The Four Willows bv the Stream. 6233. An Old Man Reading. 

846. The Lake in Winter. 6234. The Birch Tree. 

913. The Sea from Penobscot Lighthouse. 6235. The Great Pine. 

6229. The Pond in the Park. 6236. The Willow. 

6230. The Pig Sty. 6237. The Bridge. 

6231. Kellar's Orchard. 6238. Old Willows. 

6232. Head of an Old Man. 6239. Peach Blossoms. 

CONGDON, ADAIRENE VOSE 

Born AVic York. Studied: .1. S. L. of Neiv York; Frank Brangvjyn, London; Lhermitif 
and Collin in Paris. 

610. Place Saint Genevieve. 6240. Montreuil sur Mer (color). 

612. Montreuil sur Mer. 6241. Place Saint Genevieve (color). 



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ETCHERS, ENGRAVERS AND LITHOGRAPHERS 



CONGDON, THOMAS R. 

Horn Addison, .V. )'. Studied: A. S. L. and iiit/i Chase in A'cu' York; Constant and 
Collin in Paris. Honor: Honorable mention, Paris A. A. A., igo2. 

611. Saint Etienne du Mont. 6244. Le Palais du Luxembourg (color). 

631. Le Palais du Luxembourg. 6245. Along the Embankment. 

632. Bridge of Sighs. 6246. Pont Neuf. 

633. Fountain of the Luxembourg. 6247. Browning's Home, Grand Canal. 
906. Pont Neuf (color). 6248. An Old English Court. 

6242. An Old English Gateway. 6249. Fountain of the Luxembourg (color). 

6243. Factories on the Thames. 6250. Saint Jean du Doight, Finisterre. 

COOVER, NELL 

Born H'oostcr, Olii' 
606. Waiting. 

810. Sleeping Infant. 

811. Jealousy. 

812. Petit Enfant. 



Studied: Paris, France. 

6251. Laurette. 

6252. Child Bathing. 

6253. Le Ballon Rouge. 

6254. Au Guignol. 



COTTON. JOHN WESLEY 

Horn Ontario, Canada, lS6g. Studied: .-i. I. C; .'1 . S. L. of Toronto, Canada. 
Honorable mrntion,. Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, iQly. 



536. Pollard Willows. 

541. Belgian Farm. 

542. In the Beguinage, Bruges. 

893. A Cornish Lugger. 

894. Pont St. Boniface, Bruges. 
903. Belfry of Bruges. 

6255. Place de la Digue. Bruges. 

6256. Quai du Rosarie, Bruges. 

6257. The Hilltop. 

6258. In Epping Forest. 

6259. Twelfth Century Houses, Chester, 

England. 

COVEY, ARTHUR S. 

Born Bloomington, 111., /i'//. Studie 



6260. Porthwidden Cove, Cornwall. 

6261. Hamstead Heath. 

6262. St. Ives' Harbor. 

6263. The Firs, Hamstead Heath. 

6264. Beeches, Epping Forest, England. 

6265. The Firs, Hamstead Heath (in colors). 

6266. Blossom Time. 

6267. Old Flemish Mill. 

6268. Out of the Fog. 

6269. Old Bridge, Bruges. 



trt Inst., Chicago: Royal .Icademy, Munich; 
Frank Brangwyn. Honors: Second prize. Salmagundi Exhibition, l^io; first prize, Sal- 
magundi Exhibition, igil; third prize. Salmagundi Exhibition, igi2. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igi^. 



774. Steel Workers, No. 1. 

777. The Great Wheel, South Troy, N. Y. 

778. Harbour Cove, Gloucester. 

6270. The Singing Man. 

6271. The Call. 



6272. Steel Workers No. 2. 

6273. The Hammer Shop. 

6274. Victoria Station, London. 

6275. The White Mill. 

6276. The Coppersmith. 



DAHLGREEN, CHARLES W. 

Born Chicago, 1X64. Studied: .■/. /. C. Member: 

ale des Beaux-.4rts et des Lettres. 

Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International 

647. The River. 6284. 

651. The Willows. 6285. 

654. Approaching Storm. 6286. 

780. Falkenburg, Germany. 6287. 

6277. Shower on the Marshes. 6288. 

6278. A Day in Tone. 6289. 

6279. Fantasie. 6290. 

6280. In Mood. 6291. 

6281. The Light House. 6292. 

6282. Mist at Sea. 6293. 

6283. Birch Tree. 6294. 



A. S. L. of Chicago; Union Internation- 

Exposition, San Francisco, I<)I5. 
Winter Shadows. 
The Edge of the Timber Line. 
Sunshine and Poetry. 
Christmas. 
Florida Forest Fire. 
The Lowlands. 
After a Spring Rain. 
Evening on the Marshes No. 1. 
Evening on the Marshes No. 2. 
Evening Clouds. 
Early Spring, Giverny. 



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DAHLGREEN, CHARLES W. (Continued) 

6295. Awakening of Spring. 6300. Cyclone Cloud. 

6296. On the Road to Holland. 6301. On a Country Road. 

6297. Reflections. 6302. Heatherlands. 

6298. Moorlands of Germany. 6303. Thanksgiving. 

6299. A Poem. 

DAVIS, JOHN PARKER 

Born Meredith Bridge, N. H., l8.^^. Honors: Silver medal, Paris Exposition, 1SS9; mem- 
ber Jury of Awards, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; silver medal, Pan-American 
Exposition, Buffalo, jgoi. Member: Soc. American JVood Engravers. 

6304. The Tile Club at Easthampton (after 6307. The Divine Tragedy, Mary Magdalene 

Abbey.) (after Dielman). 

6305. Mrae. Deshoulieres (after Mignard). 6308. The Skeleton in Armor (after Abbey). 

6306. Robert Harley, Earl of Oxford (after Lent by George H. Whittle, Esq. 

Kneller). 

DAWKINS, HENRY 

Early engraver in the American Colonies. He ix-as located in Nevi York as early as I7S4 
and engraved hook-plates, bill-heads, map ornamentation in Philadelphia. 

6309. Benjamin Lay (after VV. Williams). 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

DAWSON-WATSON 

Born London, England, 1865. Studied zvith Mark Fisher in London; Carolus Duran, 

Chartran and Collin in Paris. Member: S. W. A. 
453. The Night Fisherman. 6311. Dr. Horace Bushnell (after Rowse). 

455. The Man with the Silver Tocque (after 6312. George and Martha Washington (after 
Rembrandt). Sharpies). 

6310. Peter Van Brugh Livingston (after 

Raeburn). 

DE CORDOBA, MATHILDE 

Born New York City, 1S75. Studied: A. S. L., New York; Julius Rolshoven-A man-J can 

and If'allner, in Paris. Member: Society of Gravers-Printers of London; Societe de 
Gravures en Couleurs, Paris; Societe Internationale des Artists, Paris; New York Society 
of Etchers. 

551. Ma Mere. 6317. Child with Japanese Lantern. 

553. Charles Courtenay Hoge. 6318. Helen Buchanan. 

876. Gilbert Simon. 6319. Sir John Simon. 

887. Child with a Bottle. 6320. Enfant Aux Raisin. 

888. Jacqueline. 6321. The Good Fairy. 
890. Boy Blue. 6322. Child Standing. 

6313. Kate Prentice. 6323. Camilla Brown. 

6314. Hubert Phipps. 6324. Her First Portrait. 

6315. The Ballet Dress. 6325. Toby, Son of Lord Hilton. 

6316. Halla Brown. 6326. John Burroughs. 

DE WITT, GERARD 

6327. The Arch. 

DILLAYE, BLANCHE 

Born Syracuse, N. Y. Studied: P. .1. F. A.; etching under Stephen Parish; GarriJo in 
Europe. Member: N. Y. W. C. C: Philadelphia Jf. C. C. Honors: Silver medal for 
etching, .'Jtlanta Exposition, iSqS! silver medal, A. .4. S., 1902; silver medal for etching. 
International Exposition at Lorient, France, 1903. 

432. On Little Egg Harbor Bay. 6331. A Dutch Waterway. 

433. A Bird's Eve View of Annisquam. 6332. Leaning Houses, Dordrecht. 

6328. A Country Road. 6333. The Last Cargo. 

6329. A Mob oif Houses. 6334. A Narrow Way. 

6330. An Old Street, Quebec. 6335. Fishing Wiers, Bay of Fundy. 



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A French Roadside. 

Mist on the Cornish Coast. 



DILLAYE, BLANCHE (Continued) 

6336. Marsh at Ocean City. 6339. 

6337. On the Road to Wanapashemet. 6340. 

6338. An Upland Path. 

DOW, ARTHUR W. 

Born Ips^i.ii/i. Mass. Studied ivit/t Boulanger, Lefebvre, Doucet and Detance in Paris. 
Instructor, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, 1895-1904; Professor of Fine Arts, Teachers' Col- 
lege, Columbia Univ., since 1904; Director, Summer Art School, Ipsivich, Mass. Honors: 
Honorable mention, Paris Exposition, 1899; bronze medal for painting and honorable 
mention for luoodcuts, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901 ; medal, Boston Mechanics 
Association. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



6350. The Desert, Color Schemes 
No. I, II, in, IV. 

6351. Little Venice, Color Scheme No. 

6352. The Blue House. 

6353. Above the Old Bridge, Ipswich. 

6354. Evening Glovy. 

6355. April. 

6356. The Old Bridge, Ipswich. 

6357. Site of the Moraine. 

6358. The Blue Lily. 

6359. In Old High, Ipswich. 



6341. The Dory. 

6342. The Yellow House. 

6343. Rain in May. 6351. Little Venice, Color Scheme No. I, II. 

6344. Ipswich Marshes, Color Schemes 

No. I, II. 

6345. August Moon. 

6346. November. 

6347. The Gap, New England Pasture. 

6348. By Salt Marshes. 

6349. Harry Mayne, His House, the Pirate of 

Old Ipswich. 

DURAND, ASHER BROWN 

Born Jefferson, N. J., 1796; died in South Orange, X. J., 18S6. In iSli he ii:as a pupil 
of Peter Maverick. Engraved large plate of the "Declaration of Independence" after 
painting by Trumbull. Became as famous as a painter of landscape as he had been as 
an engraver. 

461. Ariadne (after Vanderlyn). 6361. Elias Boudinot, M. D. (after Waldo & 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg. Jewett). 

6360. John Trumbull (after Waldo & 
Jewett). 

DUVENECK, FRANK 

Born Covington, Ky., 1848. Studied 'with Diez in Munich, in which city he lived over ten 
years. Member: S. A. A., 1880; A. N. A., 1905; N. A., 1906; S. IV. A.: Nat. Inst. 
.4. L. Honors: Medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 189J; honorable mention, Paris Salon, 
1895; silver medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901. Instructor in Cincinnati Academy of 
Fine Arts. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 
San Francisco, 1915. 

Awarded a Special Commemorative Medal by the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. 
3889. Palazzo Ca d'Oro: Venezia. 3S94. Venetian Bridge. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 



ciation. 

3890. Ponte Vecchio: Florence: 1884. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 

3891. Grand Canal: Venice. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 

3892. In the Bay of Venice. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 

3893. View of the Grand Canal: Venice. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 



ciation. 

3895. The Rialto: Venice. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 

3896. San Pietro in Castello: Venice. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 

3897. Riva degli Schiavoni No. 1. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 

3898. Bridge of Sighs. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 



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DUVENECK, FRANK (Continued) 

3S99. Piazza San Marco: Venice. 3901. Laguna: Venice. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 

ciation, ciation. 

3900. Riva degli Schiavoni No. 2. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 

ECKSTEIN, JOHN 

He ii'ds a portrait fainter, a modeler in clay, and an engraver of portraits executed in 
a someiuhat curious stipple manner. His name appears in the Philadelpliia directories of 
Ij<)6-<)y as "limner and statuary," and again in lSoxo6; from iSll to l/il6 his occupation 
is given as "engraver," and at intervals in this period he appears as "a merchant." He 
luas painting and engraving as late as 1822. 

6362. Martin Luther (after Holbein). 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

EDWARDS, S. ARLENT 

Born 1S63 in Sommersetshire, England. Studied: Kensington Art School in iSyy-Sl. 
Taught to engrave in mezzotint by Appleton, Josey and .Hais of London. In l8w he 
came to the United States, made book illustrations, portraits and subject plates. Has re- 
vived the art of printing in colors from mezzotint plates. 

6363. Alexander Hamilton. 6364. Simonetta. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 
EDWIN, DAVID 

Born Bath, England, 1776: died in Philadelphia 1S41. The son of a comedian, after 
serving as an apprentice to a Dutch engraver in London, he came to this country as a 
sailor on board a vessel bound for Philadelphia and landed in December, 17Q7. His first 
engraving luas a frontispiece to a selection of Scottish airs. He became the most popular 
and prolific engraver of portraits in the United States. 

6365. Thomas McKean (after Gilbert 

Stuart). 
Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

ERTZ, EDWARD F. 

Born Niles, III., iS6j. Studied icith Lefebvre, Constant and Delance in Paris. Member: 
Royal Soc. of British .Irtists; Soc. of Arts, London; United .irts Club, London; Societe 
Internationale d'.iquarellistes, Paris; Societe des Cinquante; Union Inter, des Beaux-.-Irts ; 
Chicago S. E. Honors: Diploma of honor. International Exposition, St. Etienne; gold 
medal. Exposition d'Angiers ; grand prize, International Exposition, Rouen, France; medal, 
Soc. des Amis des Arts de la Somme, iSqq; medal, Ville d'Etboeuf, France; two aivards, 
Bristol (Eng.) .4rts and Crafts: medal, .4. A. S., Philadelphia, IQOJ. 

655. Place Royal, Paris. 6368. Vieux Loups de Mer. 

659. La Terre. 6369. A Study of Expression. 

6366. Lavoirs, Chartres. 6370. Polperro. 

6367. Mother and Child. 

ESKRIDGE, ROBERT 

Born Philipsburg, Pa., iSgi. Studied: Art Institute, Chicago; University Southern Cali- 
fornia; College of Fine .Irts luith Senseney. Member: Chicago Society Etchers. 
637L The Junk Shop, Chicago. 6372. Old Mission, San Diego. 

EVANS, JOHN W. 

Born Brooklyn, 1855. Studied with P. R. B. Pierson. Honors: Bronze medal. Pan-.lmeri- 
can Exposition, Buffalo, 1<)01 ; bronze medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 11)04. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igi-,. 
346. Becalmed (after Beal). 6373. Little Dutch Girl (after \Voodbur\). 

359. Making Glass Beads (after Sargent). 6374. Medallion, Napoleon. 

360. Commencement Day (after Bellows). 6375. Statue Louis XIV. 

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ETCHERS, ENGRAVERS AND LITHOGRAPHERS 

FARRAR, HENRY 

Born London, England, 1S43; died Brooklyn, N. Y., 1903. Studied; United Slates. iSyg 
Secretary of American If^ater Color Society; 18S1 President of the New York Etching 
Club; 18S2 a fellow of the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers, London; and in iSSs hon- 
orary member of the Philadelphia Society of Painter-Etchers. 
435. Evening Near a Fishing Station. 6376. In Port. 

459. Sunset. 6377. Sunset in the Lower Bay. 

Lent by Frederick Keppel & Co., 

FERRIS, STEPHEN J. 

Born Platlsburg, X. Y., 1835. Studied: P. A. F. A. under Schussele; S. B. If^augh in 
Bordentown, N. J. Member: Philadelphia Soc. of Etchers; Professor, School of Design 
ttiienty-six years. 

390. Granada. 

Lent by Ingraham Hughes, Esq. 

FOSTER, JOHN 

Baptized in Dorchester, Mass., 164S; died in Boston, 16S1. Graduated from Harvard in 
1667. Established the first printing office in Boston in 167$. He ivas the first engraver of a 
portrait in this country of whom we have any record; this was the wood-block portrait of 
Rev. Richard Mather. 

6378. Rev. Richard Mather. 

Lent by Frank J. Mather, Esq. 

FRENCH, EDWIN DAVIS 

Born in North Atlleborotigh, Mass., 185I. Entered Brown University in 1S66. In l86g 
began engraving on silver with the tVhiting Manufacturing Company. Studied: A. S. L., 
Ne^v York, under fVilliam Sartain, in 1883-86. Served as president of that organization 
in 1890-91. 

6379. Sarah Elizabeth Whitin. 6383. John Skelton Williams. 

6380. Edwin Davis French. 6384. Ira Hutchinson Brainerd. 

6381. Whitelaw Reid. Lent by Ira H. Brainerd, Esq. 

6382. E. D. Church. 

FRENCH, FRANK P. 

Born London, N. H., 1S50. Studied with Henry W. Herrick. Member: Soc. of American 
IVood Engravers. Honors: Bronze medal. Centennial Exposition, Philadelphia, lS~6; 
medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; silver medal for wood engravings, Pan- 
American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; gold medal for wood engraving, Louisiana Purchase 
Exposition, 1904. 

343. Edwin Booth (after Sargent). 6389. The Chrysanthemum. 

344. Portrait (after Dewing). 6390. Evening Primrose (after Gibson). 

350. Beech Woods (after Parsons). 6391. A Christmas Vigil. 

351. The Meadow. 6392. St. Cecilia (after Church). 

352. Bedouin Girl (after photograph). 6393. The Golden Stair (after Burne-Jones). 

353. Isaac Walton (after Boughton). 6394. Heneyah (after Bridgman). 

6385. Francis I (after Reinhardt). 6395. The Day of Rest (after Abbey). 

6386. Under the Mistletoe. 6396. The Vale of Tears (after Poveda). 

6387. Christmas Chimes. 6397. The Rare Vase (after Fortuny). 

6388. Valentine. 6398. Wood Engraving (after Abbey). 

GAGNON, CLARENCE A. 

Born Montreal, Canada, 18S2. Studied: Montreal Art Gallery; Julian Academy, Paris. 
Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1908; medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 
1904. 

534. Rue des Cordeliers, Dlnan. 6401. Moonlight, Pont de I'Arche. 

535. L'Orage. 6402. Canal du Loing. 
550. Mont St. Michel, Brittany. 6403. Vue de Rouen. 

6399. Vieux Moulin en Picardie. 6404. Luxembourg Gardens, Paris. 

6400. Tour de I'Horloge, Dinan. 6405. Sant' Agostino Canal, Venice. 



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GALLAGHER, SEARS 

Born Boston, iS6(). Studied lat/i Tomasso Juglaris in Boston; Laurens and Constant 
in Paris. 



732. Across the River. 6411. 

733. Girl with Rabbit. 6412. 

745. Old State House, Boston. 6413. 

746. Paul Revere House, Boston. 6414. 
758. Wool worth Building, New York. 6415. 

6406. Appledore, England. 6416. 

6407. St. Ives. 6417. 

6408. Brooklyn Bridge, New York. 6418. 

6409. Carlisle Street, New York. 6419. 

6410. St. Paul's Cathedral, Boston. 6420. 



Trinity Church, Boston. 
T. Wharf, Boston. 
Boylston Street, Boston. 
Bideford, England. 
English Cottage. 
Appledore, England. 
Old Mill, Nantucket. 
Wild Cherry Trees. 
Bov with Dog. 
From the Hill. 



GALLAUDET, ELISHA 

Born New Rochelle, N. Y., about I'jo; in iy$g he was in business in \'ew York as an 
engraver. Beside some early book plates, his only knoiin engraving is the portrait of 
George H'hitfield, issued as a frontispiece to "A Life of Whitfield," published in 1774. 

6421. George Whitfield, M. A. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

GETCHELL, EDITH LORING 

Born Bristol, Pa. Studied: Phila. School of Design; P. .4. F. A.; R. Swain Gifford. 
Member: N. Y. Etching Club; Cal. Soc. of E. 

6422. Home by the Sea. 
GILMORE, ADA 

Born Kalamazoo, Mich., 18S2. Studied: Chicago Art Institute; Robert Henri School, 
New York. 

863. Promenade. 

GLEESON, CHARLES K. 

Born St. Louis, Mo., 1S7S. Studied: St. Louis School of Fine .irts; .4. S. L. of New York; 
Colorossi .Icademie, Paris, under E. Renard; .4cademie de la Grande Chaumiere, under 
Steinlen and Simon. 



6428. Fifteen Houses and Pont Neuf. 

6429. Tavern of Seven Trees. 

6430. Corner of Pont Neuf. 

6431. Near Saint Etienne du Mont. 

6432. Noon Hour. 

6433. Alcantara, General View. 

6434. Vue de la Cite. 

6435. Saint Anne of Shandon. 



609. Quai d'lvry, Paris. 

738. Les Carriers, Paris. 

744. King's Highway Viaduct, St. Louis. 

747. Pont Saint Nicholas. 

6423. A View of Burgos. 

6424. Au Impasse, Paris. 

6425. Val du Grace. 

6426. Plateresque Doorway. 

6427. Conciergerie, Paris. 

GOETSCH, GUSTAV F. 

Studied in New York, Paris, Minneapolis, with Il'm. M. Chase, Carroll Beckwith, E. 
Blanche and R. Koehler. Member: S. IV. A. 

415. The Harbor. 426. Marblehead, Mass. 

416. Marblehead Harbor. 429. In the Harbor. 
425. On the Harlem Pier. 

GOLDTHWAITE, ANNE ! 

Born Montgomery, Ala. Studied: C. If. M. Meilatz, N. A. D.; Acad. Modcrne, Paris. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

619. Fraulein Von Kneptisch. 6439. Alabama Pines. 

622. Churchyard, Brittanv. 6+40. At Montmartre. 

625. Montmartre. 6441. Un Moment Musical — Shubert No. 1. 

630. The Ballet. 6442. Un Moment Musical— Shubert No. 2. 

719. Cock Fight. 6443. Un Moment Musical — Shubert No. 3. 

6436. Sunny Hillside. 6444. Egj'ptian Dancer Kneeling. 

6437. Egyptian Dancer. 6445. October. 

6438. The Letter. 

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GREEN. BERNARD I. 

Born Russia, lSS~. Studied: N. A. D.; A. S. L. Honors: Medal in figure draining, 
A'. A. D., igio; HallgarUn prize in painting, A'. A. D., 1<)I2. 

6446. Girl Reading. 
GRIFFIN, JAMES MARTIN 

Born Cork, Ireland, iSjO. Studied: Cork Scliool of Art [Branch of South Kensington), 
under James Brenan, R. H. A. Member: The ti'ater Color Society of Ireland. 
431. River Lee, Cork, Ireland. 

GRIFFITH. LOUIS OSCAR 

Born Greencasttc, Ind., lS~^. Studied ivith frank Reaugli at St. Louis School of Fine 
Arts, A. I. C; Xeiv York and Paris; Chicago S. A.; Chicago S. E, 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, J913. 

S54. Sardine Boats, Concarneau. 6448. The Weaver. 

S57. Winter. 6449. The Citv of Granite. 

6447. In New England. 6450. A Brittany Mill. 

HALE, WALTER 

Born Chicago, 1869. Studied: Minneapolis School of Fine Arts; Ne^a York, London, 
Paris. Member: Royal Society of Painters, Etchers, London, iSgs, and Society of Illus- 
trators, A'eiv York. 

748. The Flat Iron Building, New York. 6452. The Alcazar, Segovia. 

6451. The Castle of Turegano. 

HALPIN, FREDERICK 

Born Worcester, England, l8o,H. Studied ivith his father, an engraver for one of the 
Staffordshire potteries. In 1&2J lie ixas in London engraving historical subjects and 
portraits. He came to New York about 1842. 

6453. Asher B. Durand (after C. L. Elliot). 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

HAMMERSMITH, PAUL 

Born Naperville, III., iSsy. Studied: Miliuaukee, Paris, London. Member: Cat. Soc. of E. 

381. Jones Island. 6456. Rustic Bridge. 

382. Close of Day. 6457. University- Drive. 

6454. Twilight Shadows. 6458. Holland. 

6455. Ferry Boats. 

HANSEN, ARMIN C. 

Born San Francisco, 18S6. Studied: San Francisco, Stuttgart, Munich, .Int^verp. 
678. At the Landing Stages. 6459. The Shower. 

684. Flemish Landscape. 6460. Before the Wind. 

801. Harry Varick. 6461. Low Tide. 

HARER, FREDERICK W. 

Born Blosshurg, Pa., lS8n. Studied: P. A. F. A., Thos. P. Anshuiz and U'm. M. Chase. 
IT). Independence Square. 6466. The Farrier. 

795. A Fire. 6467. Emigrants. 

6463. La Estellita. 6468. A Scavenger. 

6464. An Effect of Light. 6469. A Bum. 

6465. Marketing. 
HARLEY, 

One of the engravers -J.ho made plates for "Picturesr/ue .Imcrica," published hy A ppte- 

ton 1872-74. 
6470. Jack of the Mill (after Darley). 
Lent by Mrs. F. O. C. Darley. 
HARRITON, ABRAHAM 

Born Roumania, iS'iS- Studied: A'. A. D. Honors: Baldv.in prize; first Ilallgarlen 

prize in composition. 

447. Son of Israel. 787. An Old Hebrew Peddler. 



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HARSHE, ROBERT B. 

Born Salisbury, Mo., 1879. Studied: Missouri University; Chicago Art Institute; A. S. I., 
of N. y.; Teachers' College, Columbia University, luith Arthur JV. Doii-; London li'ith 
Laszlo; Paris in Colorossi Academy. Member: Chicago Soc. of E., Cal. Soc. of E.; San 
Francisco Soc. of Artists; University of Calif. Faculty Club. Ass't Prof. Graphic .4rt, 
Stanford University; Sup't Fine, Applied and Manual Arts, Dept. Education, P. P. I. E.; 
Ass't Chief, Dept. of Fine Arts, P. P. I. E. 

Secretary, Group Jury for Oil Paintings and Department Jury, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
677. Fishermen's Wharf. . 6475. Chinese Truck Patch. 

680. San Lorenzo. 6476. Three Pines. 

681. The Ostrich. 6477. The Inner Quad, Stanford University. 
683. Dutch Cottages. 6478. On the Stanford Farm. 

6472. Tamalpais. 6479. Twilight. 

6473. Monterey Dunes. 6480. Indian Rock Park, Moonlight. 

6474. Lagunita, Stanford University. 

HASKELL, ERNEST 

Born H'oodstock, Conn., i8y6. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific 

538. The Spectre. 

539. Dwarfs of Ragged Island. 

544. Hill Top. 

545. Kennebeck Homesteads. 

6481. Peeling Apples. 

6482. The Captain. 

6483. Darning. 

6484. The Whistling Boy. 

6485. The Fruit Shop. 

6486. The Crippled Pine. 

6487. The Moss Trees. 

6488. The Skeletons. 

6489. The Hunchback. 

6490. The Dead Sisters. 

HEINEMANN, ERNST 

Born Brunswick, Germany, 1S48. Came to the United States in 1872. Studied luith A. 
Closs and Brendeamour : A. S. L. of New York. Honor: Bronze medal, Pan- American 
Exposition, Buffalo, igoi. 

6503. Japanese Children. 6505. A Minuet at Mount Vernon (after 

6504. A Confederate Charge. Wiles). 

Lent by Mrs. Ernst Heinemann. 
HIGGINS, EUGENE 

Born Kansas City, Mo., 1874. Studied: Laurens, Benjamin-Constant, Gerome and Ecole 
des Beaux-Arts in Paris. 
665. The Rent Bill. 6510. Slum Girl. 

670. Midnight Duty. 6511. Mendicants. 

6506. The Blind Leading the Blind. 6512. An Outcast. 

6507. The Rag Pickers. 6513. Mother Groliot's Doorway. 

6508. Under Archway. 6514. The Return. 

6509. In the Park. 6515. Out of Shadows. 

HILL, JOHN 

Born London, 1770; died West Nyack, N. Y., l8so. He engraved in aquatint a number 
of plates published in London, after paintings by Turner, Southerberg, and others. He 
came to Neiu York in 1816, where his first work was small magazine plates. His Ameri- 
can drawing hooks, with colored plates and a series of aquatints of .American scenery, 
are probably the first color aquatints issued in this country. 
448. New York from Governor's Island. 6516. American Drawing Book. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

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International Exposition, San Francisco, 1913. 

6491. The Colt. 

6492. The Blind Gypsy. 

6493. Retrospection. 

6494. Drawbridge. 

6495. The Sand Hopper. 

6496. Mrs. P. 

6497. Announcement. 

6498. Christmas Card. 

6499. Amelia. 

6500. Bookplate. 

6501. Christmas Card (Private Plate) 

(Whitney). 

6502. Book Plate (Lorillard). 



ETCHERS, ENGRAVERS AND LITHOGRAPHERS 

HINSHELWOOD, ROBERT 

Born in Edinburgh, 1S13; ivas living after 1S60. Studied ivit/i James and John John- 
stone, engravers, of Edinburgh. Came to the United States about iSsS- He <was land- 
scape engraver for Harper's and other Ne<w York publishers, and <was also employed 
by the Continental Bank Note Company. 

6517. The Rendezvous (after J. W. Hart). 
Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

HOB ART, CLARK 

Born Rockford, III. Studied: Hopkins Institute, San Francisco; .4. S. L., New York, 
Paris. Honors: Chosen among alt the art students to make four panels for Building of 
Ethnology, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

813. Nymph at the Pool. 819. Lovers' Quarrel. 

814. The Greeting. 820. Memories. 

815. Camp Mystery. 821. Woodchopper's Hut. 

816. Ready for the Ball. 6518. Fete Champetre. 

817. Idyl. 6519. The Picnic. 

818. Spring. 6520. California Oaks. 
HOPKINS, EDNA BOIES 

Born in Michigan. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

895. Phlox. 6523. Nasturtium. 

896. Eucalyptus. 6524. Fuschia. 
898. Purple Daisy. 6525. Grapes. 

907. Zinnia. 6526. Purple Asters. 

909. Bramble. 6527. Datura. 

910. Veronica. 6528. Morning Glory. 

6521. Fig Leaves. 6529. Pepper. 

6522. Honeysuckle. 6530. Nicotina. 
HORNBY, LESTER GEORGE 

Born Lowell, Mass., 18S3. Studied: R. I. School of Design, Providence; Pape School, 
Boston; A. S. L. of N. Y.; Laurens and others in Paris. Member: N. Y. Soc. of E.; 
Cal. Soc. of E. 

751. Le Gouter. 6540. The Harvester, Marne. 

754. Le Matin, Gland-Sur-Marne. 6541. Dans les Champs. 

757. Le Pont: Marne. 6542. L'Eglise a Gland, Marne. 

790. Le Ciel Pluvieux. 6543. The Pig-Sty, Marne. 

6531. La Cathedral a Reims. 6544. La Fete a Pantin. 

6532. La Marne a Chateau Thierrj-. 6545. Chateau a la Ferte-Milon. 

6533. La Jardiniere, Matin, Marne. 6546. Les Lavoirs a Chateau-Thierry. 

6534. Le Chateau, Passy Sur Marne. 6547. La Colline, Marne. 

6535. Vieille Maisons, Reims. 6548. Le Gamin, Marne. 

6536. The Goose Girl. 6549. Ramasseurs des Fagots, Marne. 

6537. Dimanche Matin, Verneuil, Marne. 6550. Ciel et Champs No. 7. 

6538. La Brise, Marne. 6551. Ciel et Champs No. 4. 

6539. Visille Femme aux Champs. 6552. Les Cochons. 
HORTER, EARL 

Born Philadelphia, 18S3. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

6553. French Quarter, New Orleans. 6556. Old Farm House, Germantown. 

6554. Smelters, Pittsburg. Lent by the Brown-Robertson Co. 

6555. Madison Square. 
HUBER, KONRAD 

Made lithographs for book illustrations in the middle of the nineteenth century, chiefly 
from outline drawings by F. O. C. Darley. 
6557. Nimrod Exhibits His Humor (after 
Darley). 
. Lent by Mrs. F. O. C. Darley. 

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HUNT, WILLIAM MORRIS 

Born Brattleborough, Vt., 1S24; died at the Isle of S/ioals, iS/Q. Originally educated 
for sculpture. He studied painting in Dusseldorf, then under Couture at Paris. He 
returned to America in 1855. Hunt championed the Barbizon School in the United 
States and as teacher, mural painter, portrait painter, lithographer, and critic, his in- 
fluence has been strong and lasting. "The flight of Night" in the Retrospective Loan 
Collection is the original study for the first mural painting of importance painted in 
America. 

6558. Hurdy-Gurdy Player. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

HURLEY, EDWARD T. 

Born Cincinnati, 1S69. Studied: Cincinnati /Jri .4cademy under Frank Duveneck. Mem- 
ber: Chicago S. E.; S. W. .4. Honor: Gold medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904. 

679. Market Alley. 6561. Autumn Woods. 

682. Dry Creek Valley. 6562. Sheep at Ault Park. 

685. A Bad Night. 6563. Garfield Park. 

6559. Suspension Bridge, Cincinnati. 6564. Summer Days. 

6560. In Eden Park. 

HYDE, HELEN 

Born Lima, A'. Y., jS6S. Studied nvith Emit Carlsen in Xeiu York; Raphael Collin in 
Paris. Member: Cal. Soc. of E.; Associate Soc. de la Gravure Originale en Couleur, 
Paris. Honors: First prize in Tokyo exhibition of Japanese Artists; gold medal in 
Alaska-Yukon Exhibition; honorable mention, Paris Salon, 191$. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



864. Cherry-Rain. 

865. An Interlude, Mexico. 

866. The Family Umbrella. 

867. Going to Market. 

868. In Their Holiday Clothes. 

869. A Summer Shower. 

870. The Sacred Calf, Agra, India. 

871. The Bath. 

872. The Sauce-Pan Shop, Soochovv, China. 

6565. Baby Talk. 

6566. The Furious Dragon. 

6567. The Unwilling Dancer. 

6568. The Blue Umbrella. 

6569. A Mexican Coquette. 

6570. Feeding the Bunnies. 

6571. Sunday Morning. 

6572. Mount Orizaba. 

6573. Oyer the Garden Wall. 

6574. August. 

6575. Driving out Bad Luck. 

6576. A Summer Girl. 
JAQUES, BERTHA E. CLAUSON 

Born Codington, O., 1S63. Studied: .-/. /. C. Member: Chicago S. A.; Chicago S. E. 

(sect.); Cal. Soc. of E. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, WIS- 



6577. The Greeting. 

6578. New Brooms. 

6579. The Go-Cart. 

6580. A Roundelay. 

6581. Winter. 

6582. Complaints. 

6583. Blossom Time in Tokyo. 

6584. The Kameido Bridge. 

6585. The Chase. 

6586. The Bamboo Fence. 

6587. The Little Pink Plum. 

6588. An April Evening. 

6589. The Secret. 

6590. My Neighbors. 

6591. A Day in June. 

6592. A Daruma Branch. 

6593. The Spring Poem. 

6594. Going to the Fair. 

6595. Friends of Winter. 

6596. New Year's Day in Tokyo. 



675. Minelli, Venice. 

676. Venice Fisherman. 
752. Sunny Corner. 

755. The Tangle, Chioggia. 

759. Shipyard, Venice. 

761. The Arch, Roman Forum. 

6597. Street of Janissaries, Algiers. 

6598. Willows, Rysord. 

6599. Peat Boat, Marken. 

6600. .\long the Mall. 



6601. Scotch Collier's Cottage. 

6602. Rain on Thames. 

6603. Charing Cross Bridge. 

6604. Hamstead Heath. 

6605. Prisons of the Sea. 

6606. Paradise Bridge, Venice. 

6607. Santa Margherita, Venice. 

6608. The Columns, Roman Forum. 

6609. Burano. 

6610. Thames Boats, London. 



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ETCHERS, ENGRAVERS AND LITHOGR.APHERS 

JOHNS, W. R. 

Born Pittsburgh, Pa. Studied: Paris. 
760. The Ruined Castle at Grez. 6613. Evening in France. 

762. Village on the Seine. 6614. The Canal. 

6611. The Stone Bridge. 6615. A Little Arab. 

6612. November Day. 6616. Across the Fields. 

JOHNSON, THOMAS 

Born London, England. Studied •uit/i F. ff^'illianu. Honors: .Medal, Columbian Expo- 
sition, Chicago, /(Vyj/ silver medal, Pan-.^/nerican Exposition, Buffalo, igoi. Member: 
Soc. .1 merit an Wood Engr. 

6617. Abraham Lincoln. 6619. Robert Browning. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 6620. Alfred Tennyson. 

6618. Franz Liszt. Lent by Mrs. Thomas Johnson. 

JONES, ALFRED 

Born Liverpool, England, iH:g; died in New York, igoo. Came to the United States 
and ivns apprenticed to the engraving firm of Roivdon, /{''right. Hatch and Edson of 
.ilbany, N. Y. Studied: National Academy of Design. Engraved in 1S41 his first large 
plate, "The Farmers' Nooning" after the painting by If. S. Mount, executed for the 
.American .Irt Union. He invented the "half-lone process" of the present day. 
434. The Capture of Major Andre. 439. Farmers' Nooning. 

Lent by Mrs. Ellen Major Jones. 

KEELER. CHARLES B., JR. 

Born Cedar Rapids, loiia, tSSj. Studied: Harvard; Chicago Irt Institute, John Johan- 
sen, T. If. Stevens and B. J. O. Nordfeldt. 

Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, IQ15. 
764. Bazaar of the 100,000 Articles, 6621. House of the Lime Seller in the Rue 

Quimper, Brittany. Traverse, Morlaix. 

770. Old Houses in the Place Terre au Due, 6622. Beggar at St. Jean du Doight. 
Quimper. 6623. Christmas Card. 

6624. Levanto. 

KIMBALL, KATHERINE 

Born Neiv Hampshire. Studied: N. .■J. D. in Neiv York. Member: Royal Soc. of Paint- 
ers, Etchers and Engravers, London {Assoc); Section de Gravure. Salon d'.-lutomne, 
Paris; Chicago S. E. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igi^. 

704. Lock at Moret-sur-Loing. 6627. The Cemetery, Venice. 

705. Oast Houses. 662.S. La Maison le Roy, Petit Andeley. 

706. Presbytere de St. Maclou, Rouen. 6629. The Doomed Island. 
713. Chateau Gaillard (aciuatintl. 6630. Towers of Notre Dame. 
734. Chateau Gaillard. 6631. Jasper's Gate House. 

6625. Maison Barlier, Paris. 6632. St. Nicholas du Chardonnet. 

6626. Facade of the Louvre. 

KING, CHARLES B. 

Born Angel Island, Cal., 1S69. Studied: Paris, Laurens; London, Frank Brangv.yn. 

Member: Soc. de la Gravure Originale en Couleur, Paris. 
711. Dixmude, Belgium. 901. Grand Canal. 

900. Amsterdam. 905. Rainy Day, Fifth Avenue. 

KING, FRANK S. 

Born .luhurn. Me., lS_W. Studied with J. If. Orr and August Will in Neiv York. 
Honors: Medal Paris Exposition, iSSq; medal Columbian Exposition, Chicago, iSqj; 
silver medal, Pan-.lmerican Exposition, Buffalo igoi. 
458. The Sorceress (after F. S. Church). 

KOOPMAN, AUGUSTUS 

Born Charlotte, N. C, 1S69. Studied: P. A. F. A.; Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris under 
Bougureau and Robert-Fleury. Honors: Second Ifanamaker prize, Paris A. A. A., 



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KOOPMAN, AUGUSTUS (Continued) 

189S; first Clark prize, Paris A. A. A., lS()<); bronze medal and special silver medal for 

decoration, Paris Exposition, JQOO; bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, igor; 

medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, ig04; silver medal, Applachian Exposition, Knox- 

ville, 1911. 
437. Brittany Fisherman. 6634. Dutch Sailing Master. 

6633. In the Cafe. 

KRUELL, GUSTAV 

Born Dusseldorf, 1842; died United States, 1906. After serving an apprenticeship to a 
die-sinker and general engraver he <went to Leipsic and later ivas himself an engraver in 
Stuttgart. In iSy8 he came to America and in 18S1 he organized •uAth his friend, Fred- 
erick Juengling, The Society of American IFood-Engravers. 
452. Abraham Lincoln. 6636. U. S. Grant. 

462. W. T. Sherman. 6637. Abraham Lincoln (with beard). 

463. Robert E. Lee. Lent by Frederick Keppel & Co. 
6635. Daniel Webster. 

LAFFAN, A. 

6640. Moonlight on the Adriatic. 

Lent by A. C. Kennedy & Co. 

LANDER, BENJAMIN 

Member of the Brooklyn Etching Club, founded in 1882. 

6641. Among the Daisies. 

Lent by A. C. Kennedy & Co. 

LAWSON, ALEXANDER 

Born Ravcnstruthers, Scotland, l~73; died in Philadelphia, 1846. Came to Baltimore in 
July, 1794. Engraved plates for Thomson's "Seasons" and Wilson's famous "Ornithol- 
ogy," the first volume of which ivas issued in iSoS. 

6642. William Penn. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

LEARNED, ARTHUR GARFIELD 

Born Chelsea, Mass., 1872. Studied in Munich, Vienna and Paris. 

6643. Young Satyr. 6644. Sibyl. 

LEMOS, PEDRO J. 

Born Austin, Nevada, 1882. Studied: San Francisco Institute of Art; Art Students' 
League, Columbia College; Design ivith Bennedict of Chicago. Professor of Design, 
University of California; head of Department of Design, San Francisco Institute of 
Art; Director, San Francisco Institute of Art, 1915. 
Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

784. The Old Quarry. 6646. At the Edge of the River. 

827. Along the Road. 6647. A Summer Evening. 

6645. The Hillside, Lake Merritt. 

LEVY, BEATRICE S. 

Born Chicago, III., 1892. Studied: Art Institute, Chicago, and ivith Charles Haivthorne 

and Vojtech Preissig. 

Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
839. Central Park Impression, Nevf York. 90S. Rainy Night. 

899. Song of Summer. 

LEVY, WILLIAM AUERBACH 

Born Russia, 18S9. Studied: Nat. Acad, of Design, N. Y.; Academy Julian, Paris, 
under Laurens. Member: Cal. Soc. of E. Honors: First prize for best figure in exhi- 
bition of Chicago Society of Etchers, 1914. Etching purchased for collection of Chicago 
Art Institute. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



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LEVY, WILLIAM AUERBACH (Continued) 
605. The Harp of the Winds. 6648. La Porte de I'Eglise. 

794. The Troubadour. 6649. The Old Model. 

796. The Cellist. 6650. Old Rabbi. 

797. Quai Grand Augustins, Paris. 6651. Professor. 

798. The Patriarch's Prayer. 6652. Portrait Study. 

799. In Exile. Lent by the Hahio Gallery. 
802. Cecco. 6653. Blind Beggar. 

Lent by the Hahlo Gallery. 6654. Sylvia. 

6655. Old Mill. 
LEWIS, ALLEN 

Born Mobile, Ala., iSys. Studied with George Bridgman in Ne<w York; Gerome in 
Paris. Member: Photo-Secession; Paris A. A. A. Honor: Bronze medal, Louisiana Pur- 
chase Exposition, 1904. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



668. The Landing. 

695. Govvanus Canal. 

696. Lady on the Stairs. 

698. The Procession. 

699. Old Woman Reading. 

701. The Work Shop. 

702. Climbing Boy. 

6656. La Port Guillaume. 

6657. The Obelisk. 

6658. Portrait of Boardman Robinson. 

6659. Little Storm. 

6660. The Green, Prospect Park. 
LONGACRE, JAMES BARTON 

Born Dela-^Lore Co., Pa., 1794; 
George Murray in Philadelphia 



6661. The Sand Yard. 

6662. Valle de Chevreuse. 

6663. Metropolitan Museum. 

6664. Dead Oak. 

6665. Willow in the Mist. 

6666. Roosting Pigeon. 

6667. Sleeping Dog. 

6668. Paris Print Shop. 

6669. New York Harbor. 

6670. The Hard Pull. 

6671. The Closing Curtain. 



died in Philadelphia, i86g. Taught to engrave by 
His earliest it.-ork ivas done for S. F. Bradford's En- 
cyclopedia of iSoj-lS. His large plate of Andrew Jackson, after Sully, ivas published 
in 1820. In 1S44 he was appointed engraver to the V. S. Mint, and held that position 
until his death. 
441. Andrew J.Tckson. 

Lent bv Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

LUM, BERTHA 

Born in Iowa. Studied: Art Institute Chicago, and wood block printing in Japan, in 

190s, 190S and I9II. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pad fir International Exposition, San Francisco, 79/5. 



825. Junks. 

828. Aoyagi. 

829. Through the Night. 

830. Rainy Twilight. 

832. Fox Women. 

833. Magic Carpet. 

834. Theatre Street, Yokohama. 

835. Winter. 

836. Bamboo Road. 

837. Evening. 

6673. Cherrv Blossoms. 

6674. Snow Balls. 

6675. Rain. 

6676. O. Yuki. 

6677. Children. 

6678. Sisters. 

LUQUIENS, HUC-MAZELET 
Born .■luburndalr, Mass., iSSl. 
727. Farm Yard in Picardie. 
6694. Vanderbilt Gateway. 



6679. Mist and Rain. 

6680. Pines. 

6681. The Home Coming. 

6682. O Fuji San. 

6683. Peter. 

6684. Sails. 

6685. The Bridge. 

6686. Tanabata. 

6687. Pines by the Sea. 

6688. Kites. 

66S9. Temple Gate. 

6690. Goblin Dance. 

6691. On the River. 

6692. Fishermen. 

6693. Bob. 



Studied with Bonnat and Merson in Paris. 

6695. Phelps Gateway. 

6696. Osborn Gateway. 



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MACLAUGHLAN, DONALD SHAW 

Born in Boston, lS/'6. Eldted scenes in the hill to-ivns of Italy, Canals of I'eniee, street 
scenes and architecture of Paris, the Thames at London, Sinitzerland plates, etc. Atxard- 
ed a silver medal at the Pan-.l merican Exposition, in Buffalo, 1901. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, iQlj. 

6697. A Song of Venice. 6701. La Conciergerie. 

6698. Bernese Oberland. 6702. Quai des Grands Augustins. 

6699. The Grimsel Pass. 6703. A Devonshire Village. 

6700. The Life of the Thames. Lent by Hill Tolerton, Esq. 

McMILLEN, MILDRED 

Born Chicago, /i'iV- Studied: Art Institute, Chicago; Academy Colorossi, Paris. 

6704. Low Tide: Etaples. 

MANLEY, THOMAS R. 

Born Buffalo, A'. }'., 1853. Studied: P. A. F. A. Member: A. S. Min. P. Houor: Bronze 
medal for etchings, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, igo4. 

6705. Street in Castile. 6708. Shore Road, Oakura Bay. 

6706. Fish House. 6709. The Elms. 

6707. Old Shed. Lent by the Brown-Robertson Co. 

MARIN, JOHN 

Born Rutherford, N. J., 1S75. Studied: P. A. F. A.; A. S. L. of A'. Y.; studied etching in 
Paris. Honor: Prize, Felloicsliip P. .4. F. A., jgoo. 

6710. Chartres Cathedral. 6713. Bal Bullier. 

6711. Canal d'Amsterdam. 6714. Ca d'Oro, Venice. 

Lent by Hill Tolerton, Esq. Lent by the Brown-Robertson Co. 

6712. Towers, Saint Germain. 

MARSHALL, WILLIAM EDGAR 

Born Ne-Li- York, 183/. Began ivorli as a bank-note engraver and later engraved large 
portraits in line, chiefly from portraits painted by himself. Studied in Paris and ex- 
hibited in the Salons of lSi6-66. He is best knov.n as the engraver of the large plates of 
Washington, Lincoln, Grant, etc. 

450. George Washington. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

MARTINEZ, XAVIER 

Born Guadalajara, Mexico, jS/4. Studied: Mark Hopkins Inst., San Francisco; Ecole 

des Beaux-.lrts under Gerome and Carriere. Honors: Gold medal, San Francisco .4rt 

.-Issoc, jS9_t; honorable mention, Paris Exp., igon. 

Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igiy. 
848. Valkyrie of the Sea. 856. Peace. 

855. California Landscape. 

MAVERICK, PETER 

Born AV-ci' York, 17S0; died there 1S31. Studied with his father, Peter Rushton Maverick, 
one of the early engravers of Neiv York. In iSiy lie became the partner of .4. B. Durand. 
He tvas one of the founders of the iS'ntional .-Icademy of Design in 1S26, and excelled in 
letter engraving and bank-note icork. 

67 15. Rev. Edward Mitchell. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

MEINSHAUSEN. GEORGE 

Born Achim, Hanover. Germany, lfi-,S. Studied: Cincinnati Art Academy. Member: 

Cincinnati .1. C. Honor: Silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904. 

362. Andrew Jackson. 6718. U. S. Grant. 

365. The Life Boat. 6719. Robert Fulton. 

366. The Phantom Ship. 6720. Daniel Webster. 

6716. Samuel Houston. 6721. Benjamin Franklin. 

6717. George Washington. 6722. Fenimore Cooper. 

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MEINSHAUSEN, GEORGE (Continued) 

6723. Portrait. 6731. 

6724. Rape of the Sabines (after Rubens). 6732. 

6725. Landing of Ponce de Leon. 6733. 

6726. Cumberland Falls (after Farny). 6734. 

6727. Beechwood (after Lindsay). 6735. 

6728. Washington Artillery (after Redwood). 6736. 

6729. Eagle of Jupiter and Ganymede (after 6737. 

Rembrandt). 6738. 

6730. Abraham Lincoln. 6739. 

MELVILLE, FRANCIS 

Born Hrooklyn, N. 1'., l8sJ. Studied: Henry K. 

776. The Cobbler. 6744. 

782. Busy. 6745. 

6740. The Wee Causway. 6746. 

6741. The Stable Ward. 6747. 

6742. The Palace, Culross, Fife. 6748. 

6743. December. 6749. 

MERRILL, KATHERINE 

Born Miluaukee, His., lHy6. Studied: 
Brangxvyn. 

602. Burnham Beeches. 
767. St. Dunstan's in the East. 
773. Canterbury from St. Martin's Hill. 
789. Federal Building from Quincy Street, 
Chicago. 

6750. Woolworth Building, from City Hall 

Square. 

6751. St. Josephat's Polish Cathedral, 

Milwaukee. 

6752. Where Art and Commerce Meet. 



The Chicken Woman (after Vollon). 

Sand Mountain (after Lindsay). 

Hawk's Nest. 

The Sun Dial (after Farny). 

A Question of Seconds (after Farny). 

John Adams. 

Chief Justice Waite. 

Three Doctors. 

John Arkwright. 

Broun. Member: Cal. Soc. of E. 
The Ginger Jar. 
South Bay, Long Island. 
Nan. 

The Window Seat. 
The Late J. Q. A. Ward. 
Emelie. 



Cliicajio .irt Institute: London iiit/i Frank 

6753. St. James' Cathedral, Montreal. 

6754. Harper's Ferry. 

6755. Col. Harper's House, Harper's Ferry. 

6756. Burnside Bridge, Antietam. 

6757. Gen. Mead's Headquarters, Gettys- 
burg. 

6758. Little Round Top frora Devil's Glen. 

6759. Drydocks, Newport News. 

6760. Illinois Monument, Gettysburg. 

6761. Lookout Mountain. 



MERRITT, ANNA LEA 

Born I'hiladclphia, jS-jl. Studied liit/i Heinriclt Hoffman in Dresden: Henry Merritt 
in l^ondon. .hsociate Royal Soc. of Painter Etchers. Honors. Centennial Exposition, 
Philadelphia, lS/6; honorable mention, Paris Exposition, iSSg; two medals (oil painting 
and mural decoration), Columbian Exposition, Chicago, iSgj; medal, .Itlanta Exposition, 
iSg^; honorable mention, Pan-.lmerican Exposition, Buffalo, igoi. 

396. A Child that Wriggled. 6765. An Emigrant Child. 

399. Reapers. 6766. A Mother. 

6762. Grandmother's Boa. 6767. A Little Quakeress. 

6763. Cupid Bound. 6768. A Piping Shepherd. 

6764. The Narrow Way. 6769. Oliver Wendell Holmes. 

MIELZINER, LEO 

Born \eiv York. Studied: Cincinnati .-Irl .1 cade my: Gerome, Bouguereau and Ecole des 
Beaux-.^rts, under Collin and Courtois in Paris: Kroyer in Copenhagen. 
6770. Adolescence. 



MILHAU, ZELLA DE 

Born A>;i' York. Studied ivith .Arthur Doiu and E. S'immo Muran. Member: 
Plastic C, P/iila.; .Irt Workers' C, N. S. C. 



\. .1. C; 



6771. Afterglow, Quebec. 

6772. Pepperidge Trees. 

6773. The Coast. 

6774. Boats on the Nile. 

6775. The Pirates' Cove. 

MILLAR, ADDISON THOMAS 

Born in lliirren, Ohio, iSoo; died 11)13. 



6776. Long Island Sand Dunes. 

6777. Lowlands. 

6778. The Pool. 

6779. The Sands. 



Became a pupil of Chase in Xeiu York and 



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MILLAR, ADDISON THOMAS (Continued) 

Benjamin-Constant and Boldini in Paris. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club in 
1897, and was one of the so-called Siliermine group of artists. 



389. The Winding Road, Holland. 
391. The Storm, St. Vincent de Paul, 

New York. 
398. Moonrise on the Birches. 

6780. Boer Farmhouse. 

6781. Hayberg. 

6782. The Old Kirk. 

6783. The Return of the Flock. 

6784. The Ship Yard, Muidan. 

6785. Hauling Logs Through the Dunes. 

6786. A Winter Evening, Laren. 

6787. November Evening, Laren. 

6788. The Draw-Bridge, Hakkelaarshek. 

6789. The Fagot Girl. 

6790. Holland Farm House. 

6791. Gathering Fire Wood. 

MINOR, ROBERT C. 

6807. Morning on the Niantic River, Conn. 



6792. The Long Barn, Rurason Road. 

6793. The Valley After the Storm. 

6794. The Barnyard. 

6795. A Winter Moon, Laren. 

6796. Oak Trees. 

6797. Spring Plowing. 

6798. The River Docks, Norwalk. 

6799. Fairy Rings. 

6800. Ali Baba's House. 

6801. Rue Ben Ali. 

6802. Rue Thebes. 

6803. Rue Kleber. 

6804. The Three Arabs. 

6805. Arab Gateway. 

6806. Old Madrid. 

Lent by Solon H. Borglum, Esq. 



6808. Evening. 

Lent by A. C. Kennedy & Co. 
MONKS, JOHN A. S. 

Born Cold Spring-on-Hudson, A'. Y., iSjO. Studied •with George N. Case (etching) and 
George Inness (painting). 
430. Rocky Road. 6809. New England Home. 

MORAN, MARY NIMMO 

Born, Strathaven, near Glasgow, Scotland, 1842; died 1S99. Came to the United States 
when a child. In 186$ she married Thomas Moran, and in 1S67 went with him to Eng- 
land, France and Italy. Her work was chiefly watercolor until iSyg, when she began 
etching. 
368. Gardner's Bay, Long Island. 380. Twilight, East Hampton. 

Lent by Frederick Keppe! & Co. Lent by Thomas Moran, Esq. 

377. The Edge of a Georgian Pond. 394. Goose Pond. 

Lent by A. S. Macdonald, Esq. 

MORAN, PETER 

Born Bolton, Lancashire, England, 1841 ; came to America as a child; studied with his 
brothers, Thomas and Edward Moran, in Philadelphia, and in London. Member: Phila. 
Soc. of E. Honors: Medal, Centennial Exposition, Philadelphia, 1S76; medal for etchings 
on copper; gold medal, A. A. S., igo2; gold medal, A. C. Phila., 1904. 



438. On the Road to Albueraue. 

Lent by George Frederick Keene, 
Esq. 

6810. Woodland Pool. 

6811. Evening. 

6812. Spring. 



6813. Plowing the Stubble. 

6814. Return from Pasture. 

6815. July Harvest. 

6816. On the Road to Santa Fe. 

6817. Plowing. 

6818. On the Neshaminy, Morning. 

6819. On the Neshaminy, Evening. 



MORAN, THOMAS 

Born Bolton, Lancashire, England, iSjy; brought to .Imerica in 1844. Studied i-.ith 
James Hamilton in Phila.; in London, Paris and Italy. Member: .4. N. A., 18S1; K. .4., 
JSS4; A. IV. C. S.; P. A. F. A. Honors: Medal and diploma. Centennial Exposition, 
Philadelphia, lSy6; silver medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; gold medal, 
A. A. S., 1902. 

378. An Old Apple Orchard. 442. Solitude. 

388. Hook Pond, Easthampton. Lent bv Louis Katz, Esq. 

393. The Breaking Wave. 6820. A Montauk Pond. 

395. The Light House. 6821. A Turkish Bazaar. 



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MORAN, THOMAS (Continued) 

6822. Twilight. 6825. Harlech Castle. 

6823. A Tower of Cortez. 6826. Old Church of San Juan, New Mexico. 

6824. Pass of Glencoe. 

MULLGARDT, LOUIS CHRISTIAN 

Horn ll'ashington, Mo., iS66. Studied: Public schools; Harvard University. 

Member of the International Jury of /liuards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 

San Francisco, icflj. 

420. East Entrance to Varied Industries 423. Carmel Mission, Carmel-by-the-Sea, 

Building. California. 

427. West Side of Education Building. 
NAHL, PERHAM W. 

Born San Francisco, lS6g. Studied: Mark Hopkins Institute of Art, California School 
of Design; Akademie Ileymann, Munich. Honors: Medal, Alaska-Yukon Exposition, 
Seattle; first prize, poster (Thirteenth Labor of Hercules) for the Panama-Pacific Inter- 
national Exposition. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191$. 

649. Monterey Cypress. 6830. California Hills. 

653. Pan and Syrinx. 6831. Oak and Underbrush. 

656. Arbolado. 6832. The Hunchback. 

845. Evening. 6833. Coast Scene. 

6827. Redwoods at Palo. 6834. Marsh and Uplands. 

6828. Arbolado No. 2. 6835. Monterey Hills. 

6829. Storm. 

NEWMAN, VICTOR WINTHROP 

Born London, England, 1S60. Studied: London, New York. 

6836. Alice. 6837. George Washington. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

NEWSAM, ALBERT 

Born Steuhenville, Ohio, iSog; died near JVilmington, Del., 1S64. He was the son of a 
boatman, and born deaf and dumb. In 1827 he was apprenticed to C. G. Childs to be 
taught engraving, and in 1830 produced some excellent lithographic portraits, and be- 
came the most noted and prolific lithographic artist of his time. 

6838. Andrew Jackson. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

NORDFELDT, BROR J. 

Born Tulsborj, Sweden, lSy8. Studied: A. I. C; Albert Herter in New York; Laurens 

in Paris. Honors: Silver medal, Italy, igo6. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



661. The Incoming Fog. 

662. Little Italy, Chicago. 

663. The Jew of Tangier. 

666. My Mother. 

667. Hee Jan. 

671. Barges on the North Branch, Chicago. 

672. The Open Hearth Furnace, Chicago. 
902. The Piano. 

6839. California Street, San Francisco. 

6840. Chinatown Shops. 

6841. Crowlev's Wharf. 

6842. The Edge of Chinatown. 

6843. Golden Gate Beach. 

6844. The Mounted Policeman. 

6845. Telegraph Hill. 

6846. The Electric Tram, Portland, Ore. 

6847. The Bessemer Converter, Chicago. 

6848. Bridge Builders, Chicago. 



6849. Calumet River, South Deering, Chicago. 

6850. The Coal Crusher, Chicago. 

6851. Entrance to the Field Museum, 

Chicago. 

6852. Field Museum No. 2. 

6853. Grain Elevators, South Deering. 

6854. Illinois-Michigan Canal, Chicago. 

6855. The Little Hub, Chicago. 

6856. The Logan Monument, Chicago. 

6857. The Night Shift, Chicago. 

6858. Park Row, Chicago. 

6859. Pasquale Scale, Chicago. 

6860. 638 South Clark Street, Chicago. 

6861. Sacco Grande, Tangier. 

6862. Ca di Mosto, Venice. 

6863. The House of the Madonna. 

6864. Anglers— The Mist. 

6865. The Branch. 



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NORDFELDT, BROR J. (Continued) 

6866. The Bridge. 6869. Small Wave, Moonrise. 

6867. The Rock, Nahant. 6870. The Tree. 

6868. The Skyrocket. 6871. The Illinois Steel Company, Chicago. 

NORMAN, JOHN 

Born in England, 174S; died in Boston, iSl/. First knoiin liork in "Sevan's British Archi- 
tect," or "The Builder's Treasury of Staircases," published in Philadelphia, July 5, 1775. 
He engraved for a number of publications and magazines and in 17S2 a series of por- 
traits. His chief claim to fame is the fact that he ivas probably the first engraver in 
America to attempt a portrait of H'ashington, about /"/p. 

6872. George Washington. 

Lent bv Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

NORTHCOTE, STAFFORD M. 

Born Brooklyn, i86q. Studied engraving with E. Heineman ; draining and painting at 
Art Inst., Brooklyn, under Boyle. Honors: Honorable mention, Pan-American Exposition, 
Buffalo, igoi; bronze medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904. 

347. Playmates. 6873. Return from the Fields. 

ORR, LOUIS 

710. Westminster Abbey: London. 6876. Chapel of St. Antoine: St. Trophime: 

715. Pont Neuf: Paris. Aries. 

6874. Les Saintes Maries. 6877. Fort St. Andre: Avignon. 

6875. Court of the Library: Rouen Cathedral. 6878. Rue St. Severin: Paris. 

6879. L'eglise aux Stes Maries de la Mer. 
OTIS, BASS 

Born New England, 17S4; died Philadelphia, 1861. He invented ike perspective pro- 
tractor, 1S15, and made the first lithograph on stone produced in America, iSig, 

6880. Second Known American Lithograph. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

PAGE, WILLIAM 

Born Albany, N. Y., 1811; died Tottenville, Staten Island, N. Y., 1885. Painted in Albany 
and New York and became president of the N. A. D. in 1871-73. His earliest attempts 
in engraving ix-ere made in 1834, when he engraved in mezzotint an excellent portrait of 
Edwin Forrest, "the best specimen of that art produced by an American." 

6881. Rev. James Milnor. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

PARRISH, STEPHEN 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1S46. Self-taught. Member: R. Soc. Painter Etchers, London; 
N. Y. Etching C. 
371. Fisherman's House: Cape Ann. 

Lent by A. S. Macdonald, Esq. 

PARTINGTON, GERTRUDE 

Born Heasham, England. Studied: Paris and Madrid. 
400. Beach and Cliffs at San Francisco. 464. Portrait Mile, de Cordoba. 

419. Old Telegraph Hill. 

PARTRIDGE, G. ROY 

Born Centralia, Wash., 1S8S. Studied: Nat'l .Academy of Design, N. Y. Member: Chi- 
cago S. £.; Calif. Soc. of E. 

686. St. Efienne du Mont. 694. Notre Dame. 

687. St. Cloud. 6882. The Hessian Messenger. 

688. Tanagra and Marguerites. 6883. Das Bettler Madchen. 

689. Ambition Bound. 6884. A House in Hessia. 

690. Dancing Water. 6885. Ephemera. 

692. White Butterfly. 6886. Lace from Paris. 

693. In a King's House. 6887. La Petite Reine. 



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ETCHERS, ENGRAVERS AND LITHOGRAPHERS 

PARTRIDGE, G. ROY (Continued) 

6888. Le Pantheon. 6902. La Porte de Moret. 

6889. La Maison Blanche. 6903. Le Louvre No. 4. 

6890. Le Louvre No. 1. 6904. Egalite ct la Mendiante. 

6891. Le Pont de la Tournelle: Paris. 6905. Dharyamana. 

6892. The Photographer's Shop. 6906. Winter Moon. 

6893. Le Pont Neuf. 6907. The Buttress. 

6894. Le Louvre No. 3. 6908. Early Morning: Notre Dame de Paris. 

6895. Gypsy. 6909. Winter Blossoms. 

6896. The Veil. 6910. The Greek. 

6897. Ex Libris: St. Clare Shepard. 6911. L'Annonciation. 

6898. Ex Libris: O. V. 6912. The Hut in the Clearing. 

6899. Ex Libris: F. H. 6913. Portrait of a Young Man. 

6900. Ex Libris: R. P. 6914. Le Louvre No. 2. 

6901. Ex Libris: F. P. 6915. Over the Seine. 

PATTERSON, MARGARET 

Horn Socrabajia, Java. Studied: Pratt Inst, under Arthur Dov.- in Brooklyn; Charles H. 
Woodbury in Boston: Castellucia in Italy. Director of Drauings, Boston Public Schools. 
Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 19I5- 

858. Le Pouldu: Brittanv. S62. The Swan. 

859. The Hver's House: Chatham. 6916. The Sands: Chatham. 
861. The Tall Trees. 

PAULUS, FRANCIS PETRUS 

Born Detroit, .Mich., ifi6i. Studied: P. A. F. A.; Royal .Academy in Munich luith Loefftz; 
Ecole des Beaux-.irts in Pans ivith Bonnat. Member: S. If. A.; Chicago S. E.: La Gra- 
I'ure Originate en Noir ; Societe Inter, des Beaux-Arts et des Lettres. 

540. Old Beggar Woman. 6920. Old Rag Market: Bruges. 

546. Head of an Old Man. 6921. Eel Woman. 

741. The Coppersmiths. 6922. Sunshine and Shadow (color). 

875. Fish Market: Bruges, No. 1. 6923. An Old Canal: Bruges. 

877. Fish Market: Bruges, No. 2. 6924. An Old Canal: Bruges (color). 

891. Belfry of Bruges. 6925. Old Market under the Trees: Bruges. 

6917. In the Ancient Crypt: Bruges. 6926. Old Philosopher. 

6918. Quai des Menetriers: Bruges. 6927. In the Outskirts of Bruges. 

6919. Quai des Menetriers: Bruges (color). 

PEALE. CHARLES WILLSON 

Born Chestrrloivn, Md., I/. 1 1; died in Philadelphia, iSjy. He began life as a saddler 
and pursued portrait painting without regular instruction until 1/68, when he went to 
England and resided in the household of Benjamin If est. He painted at Mount Vernon 
the first and earliest authentic portrait of H'asliington, May, 1772. He was one of the 
founders of the Pennsylvania .'Icademy of Fine Arts in iSu^, and a director until 1810. 
6928. Rev. Joseph Pilmore. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

PEALE, REMBRANDT 

Born Bucks County, Pa., 177S; died Philadelphia, lS6n. Studied with his father, Charles 
Ifillson Peale, and Benjamin JVest. 
444. Lord Byron. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

PEARSON, RALPH M. 

Born .lugus, la., iSSs. Studied with C. F. Browne and J. H. Vanderpoel. Honors: First 
prize for best landscape in IQ14 exhibition of Chicago Soc. of E. Etching purchased by 

committee for collection of Chicago Art Institute. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igij. 

583. Site of New Field Museum. 65S. Rough Water Outside. 

584. Winter in Jackson Park. 860. Moonlight: Pont de I'Arche. 
586. Structural Iron. 6929. Open Hearth Furnaces. 



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6940. Loggers on the Mississippi. 

6941. Bookplate: Grace Dickerson. 

6942. Bookplate: Ruth Pearson. 

6943. Bookplate: John Irwin Scull. 

6944. Bookplate: Leroy Truman Goble. 

6945. Bookplate: Wallace Hickman. 

6946. Bookplate: Winifred Goble. 

6947. Bookplate: Frank O. Lowden. 

6948. Bookplate: Florence M. Hendershot. 



PEARSON, RALPH W. (Continued) 

6930. The Asphalters. 

6931. The Track Gang. 

6932. A Rock River Sunset. 

6933. Field Museum. 

6934. A Kansas City BluflF. 

6935. Elverhoj Studies. 

6936. Black Hawk Country. 

6937. Squaw Rock. 

6938. Lincoln Monument. 

6939. Shanties of the Mississippi. 

PEKENINO, MICHELE 

Very little is knoiun of the Italian, Pekenino, but in all probability be appeared in Ne^' 
York in 1S20. He located in Philadelphia in 1821-22, and became an intimate friend of 
A. B. Durand, whose picture he engraved. Most of his plates luere engraved for American 
publishers. 

6949. Rev. Stephen Gano. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

PELHAM, PETER 

Born England; buried in Boston, Mass., 1751. He ii:as engraiing in London from 1722-23. 
He came to Boston prior to 1727. In that year he painted, engraved and published 
a portrait of Cotton Mather. He married Mrs. Mary Singleton Copley, the mother of 
John Singleton Copley, the American artist. 

6950. Rubens. 6951. Cotton Mather. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 
PENNELL, JOSEPH 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., i860. Studied: P. A. F. A.; Pa. School of Industrial Art. 
Member: A. N. A., 1907; N. A., 1909; Nat. Inst. A. L.; Phila. jr. C. C. (hon.); 
N. Y. Arch. Lg., 1894; AVw York and Phila. Etching Clubs; Inter. Soc. of Painters, 
Sculptors and Gravers, London; Soc. of Illustrators, London and New York. Member: 
Royal Belgian Academy; Royal Soc. of Painter-Etchers, London; Societe des Peintres, 
Graveurs, Paris. Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Exposition, 1S89; medal, A. C. Phila., 
1S92; medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; gol'i medals, Paris Exposition, 1900. 
Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1901; silver medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 
1901 ; gold medal, Dresden, 1903; chairman of jury, St. Louis Exposition, 1904, and com- 
memorative medal; gold medal, Liege, 190S; grand prix, Milan, 1906; Barcelona, 1907; 
gold medal, Brussels, 1910; gold medal, Amsterdam, 1912; medal, London Royal Society, 
1914: grand prix, Florence Societa delle Belle .4rti, 19 15. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 
San Francisco, 1915. 



THE WONDER OF WORK 
Panama Series 
Guard Gate: Gatun. 
The Cut: Culebra. 
Steam Shovel. 
Guard Gate: Gatun No. 2. 

506. Bottom of Gatun Lock. 

509. End of the Day: Gatun Lock. 
511. Bottom of Pedro Miguel. 
514. Cranes at Miraflores. 

6952. The Cut from Culebra. 
The Walls of Miraflores. 
Steam Shovel in the Cut. 
Bishop's Walk: Panama. 
New York Series 

507. Cortland Street by Night. 

508. Palisades and Palaces. 

510. Times Building. 



495. 
499. 

501. 
504. 



6953. 
6954, 
6955. 



512. Hail America. 
516. The Avenue. 
51S. The Elevated. 
520. The Woolworth Building. 
522. The White Tower. 
6956. Building a Sk\scraper at Night. 
Cortland Street. 
Misty Morning. 

Pittsburgh and Chicago Series 

482. Under the Bridge: Chicago. 
486. On the Way to Bessemer. 
488. Pittsburgh: No. 3. 
500. Pittsburgh: No. 2. 

Stockyards: Chicago. 

Grain Elevators: Chicago. 

Mining Village. 

6960. The Mine. 

6961. Tracks: Chicago. 



6957 
6958. 



529 

530 

6959 



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PENNELL, JOSEPH (Continued) 
San Francisco Series 

484. Up to the Fairmont. 

6962. Market Street. 

6963. Down to the Bay. 

6964. Kearny Street. 

6965. Looking West. 

6966. Chinatown. 

6967. Isles of the Bay. 

6968. Seal Rocks. 

Washington Series 

6969. The Avenue: Washington. 

6970. The Way up to the Capitol. 

Yosemite Series 
483. The Cathedral Door. 

485. At the Foot of the Falls. 
487. Falls at Night. 

Grand Canyon Series 
489. Storm in the Canvon. 
492. The Walled City. 
497. The Castle. 

Philadelphia, 1914 

6971. Girard Street. 

6972. Upsala: Germantown. 

6973. Cliveden: The Chew House. 

6974. Philadelphia from Belmont. 

6975. The Philadelphia Club. 

6976. Main Street: Germantown. 

6977. The Tunnel in the Park. 

6978. Down Sansome St. from Eighth St. 

6979. The Massed Skyscrapers Above the 

Housetops. 

6980. The Dining Room: Stenton. 

6981. The Hall at Cliveden: The Chew 

House. 

6982. The Bridge Across Market Street, from 

Broad Street Station. 

6983. The Dining Room at Cliveden. 

6984. The Hall: Stenton. 

6985. Morris House: CJermantown. 

6986. Wyck: The Doorwav from Within. 

6987. The Elevated at Market St, Wharf. 

6988. Upper Room at Stenton. 

6989. Bed Room: Stenton: The Home of 

James Logan. 

6990. Library: C. J. Wistar Residence. 

6991. Hall: C. J. Wistar Residence. 

6992. Interior: C. J. Wistar Residence. 

6993. The Water Works. 

Belgian Series 
515. Grip at Serang. 
517. Old and New Mills at Valenciennes. 

PERARD. VICTOR SEMON 

Born Paris, France, IH/O. Studied: 
Arts in Paris, under Gerome. 

417. Brooklyn Bridge. 
418. The Madeleine. 

7015. Portrait Sketch. 



519. The Dump: Serang. 

524. The Iron Gate: Charlerol. 

525. Modern Hobbema: Charleroi. 
532. Creusot. 

6994. Mills on the Meuse. 

6995. Avenue at Valenciennes. 

6996. Landscape of Work. 

English Series 
498. St. Paul's Out of My Window. 

502. Wren's City. 

503. River of \Vork: Leeds. 

505. Low Moor Works: Bradford. 
513. The Big Stack: Sheffield. 

526. Copper at Cardiff. 

6997. The Great Chimnev: Bradford. 

6998. The Great White Cloud: Leeds. 

6999. Mond Gas. 

7000. Old and New England. 

7001. The Winding Stair: Leeds. 

7002. Forges at Sheffield. 

7003. Dinner Time: Greengates. 

7004. Building Dover Pier. 

7005. Tea Tower. 

German Series 
521. New Rhine Castles. 

7006. Landing Place: Duisburg. 

7007. New Haven: Duisburg. 

7008. Cranes at Duisburg. 

7009. Tracks of Oberhausen. 

Greek Series 
528. Columns of Temple of Jupiter: 
Evening. 

7010. Temple of Castor and Pollux: 

Girgenti. 

7011. The Wine Dark Sea. 

Italian Series 

490. Rebuilding the Campanile No. 2. 

491. Old and New Rome. 

493. Rebuilding the Campanile: Venice. 

494. Rebuilding the Campanile No. 3. 
496. On the Pincio: Rome. 

European Series 

527. White Mills: Holland. 

7012. Court of the Fishpond. 

Zeppelins 
523. Zeppelin Shed. 
531. Zeppelin Coming Out. 

London in War Times 

7013. Searchlights Over St. Paul's. 

7014. London Lights: No. 2. 



A'. .'/. D. and A. S. L. in Neiv York; Ecole des Beaux 

7016. Tours de Carcassonne. 

7017. The Old Organ Grinder. 



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PERCY, ISABELLE C. 

Born Alameda, Cat., SSS3. StuJieJ ivit/i Doiu and Snell in Neiv York; Brang<wyn in 
London. .Member: Cal. .Iris and Crafts; A'. S. Crafts; Cat. Sketch C. Instructor 
Berkeley School of .-Irts and Crafts. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igi^. 

873. Cathedral: Roncla: Spain. 7019. Cervantes Inn: Toledo: Spain. 

874. Market Place: Pont Aven : Bretagne. 7020. Street in Granada: Spain. 
701 S. Maine Woods. 

PIAZZONI. GOTTARDO F. P. 
Born Intragna, Sii;itzerland, lS/2 



Studied: San Francisco, Paris, Rome. 



7026. Ebb Tide: Green Brae. 

7027. Dawn; Green Brae Slough. 

7028. Wooded Hillside: Marin Countv. 

7029. The Old Oak Trunk No. 1. 

7030. The Old Oak Trunk No. 2. 

7031. Avenue de la CJrande Armee. 



547. Avenue des Champes Elysses: Paris. 

548. Mountain Home: Switzerland. 

549. The Seine: Neuilly: France. 

7021. Italian Pines: Rome. 

7022. St. Peter's from Villa Borghese: Rome. 

7023. Stone Dwellings. 

7024. Spring in the Alps. 

7025. View of Montmarte from Neuilly: 

France. 

PLATT, CHARLES A. 

Born AVir York, iS6r. Studied: A'. .-/. D. and A. D. L. in New York; Boulanger and 
Lefehvre in Paris. Member: S. A. A., tSSS; A. N. A., iSg;; N. A., jgii; Nat. Inst. 
A. L.; A. IV. C. S.; London Soc. of Painter-Etchers; N. Y. Chapter A. I. A. Honors: 
IV ebb prize, S. A. A., lti(>4; bronze medal, Paris Exposition, H)oo; silver medal, Pan- 
.Lmerican Exposition, Buffalo, igoi. 
375. Fish House. 

Lent by A. S. Macdonald, Esq. 

PLOWMAN. GEORGE T. 

Born Le Sueur. .Mi'in.. ;<S6o. Studied: Paris. Maurice Achener; Royal College of .^rt, 
London, Sir Frank Short; Central School of Art, London. Member: Cal. Soc. of E. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igij. 



739. Mezzotint. 

783. St. Nicholas du Chardonnet. 

785. Passage de Patriarchs: Paris. 

788. Notre Dame: Paris. 

7032. St. Etienne du Mond : Paris. 

7033. Ye Old Dick: London. 

7034. Rue de Pretres: St. Severin: Paris. 

7035. St. Martins in the Fields: London. 

7036. Hotel de Sens: Paris. 

7037. The Monument: London. 

7038. Maison Victor Hugo: Paris. 

7039. Maison de Balzac. 

7040. Impasse des Boeufs: Paris. 

7041. Staples Inn: London. 

7042. Roofs of Paris. 

7043. Strasburg: Germany. 

7044. Passage: Moret: Paris. 

7045. Shot Tower: London. 



7046. Cloth Fair: Smithfield: London. 

7047. N'iterbo: Italy. 

7048. Towers of Notre Dame: Paris. 

7049. Rue de la Harpe. 

7050. Wurtzburg: Germany. 

7051. Le Vieux Coin: Paris. 

7052. Faneuil Hall: Boston. 

7053. In Rome. 

7054. California Landscape. 

7055. Below Bridge: London. 

7056. Le mai-^on de'^olee. 

7057. Quartier St. Severin. 

7058. St. Sulpice: Paris. 

7059. In San Francisco. 

7060. Near St. John's Gate: London. 

7061. Trinity Church: Boston, Mass. 

7062. Pantheon: Paris. 

7063. Tannery: Paris. 



QUINLAN, WILL J. 

Born Brooklyn, A'. 1'., y.S'77. Studied icith J. B. li'hittaker at Adelphi College; N. A. D. 
in New York under Maynard and Ward ; architecture at Pratt Inst. 

644. Building a Viaduct. 7065. The Clam Diggers. 

645. Edge of the Sassafras Grove. 7066. At Vonkers Refinery. 

673. Burling Slip: New York City. 7067. Sassafras Trees No. 1. 

674. New \ork Towers. 7068. Sassafras Trees No. 2. 

7064. Van Cortlandt Mansion. 7069. Cathedral of St. John the Divine. 



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ETCHERS, ENGRAVERS AND LITHOGRAPHERS 



QUINLIN, WILL J. (Continued) 

7070. Overhauling a Three-Master. 7082. 

7071. Metropolitan Life and Worth Monu- 70S3. 

mem. 7084. 

7072. Madison Square Tower. 7085. 

7073. Portrait of an Old Man. 7086. 

7074. Metropolitan Life and Madison Square 7087. 

Towers. 

7075. Tower of Manhattan Bridge. 7088. 

7076. From Washington Heights: New York 70S9. 

City. 7090. 

7077. Fixing the Bowsprit. 7091. 
707S. Trees and Rocks. 7092. 

7079. The Old Spy Oak. 7093. 

7080. I'nder tlie Brooklyn Bridge. 7094. 

7081. Brooklyn Bridge from James Slip. 7095. 

RANDOLPH, LEE F. 

Bom Raxt'nrui. O., iXSo. Stuiiied: Cincuinali .Irl 
Eiole lies ISeaux-.lrts, linnnat : Julian Mead., Lati 



Weatherbeaten Sentinels No. 1. 
Weatherheaten Sentinels No. 2. 
Repairing the Damage. 
A New York Canyon. 
Stone Bridge: Central Park, N. Y. 
Constructing the Bankers' Trust Build- 
ing- 
New ^'ork Public Library No. 1. 
New York Public Library No. 2. 
A Queensboro Bridge. 
Broadway from Bowling Green. 
The Smith Building: Seattle. 
F.leventh Street Bridge: Tacoma. 
Broad Street: New York City. 
Coentie's Slip: New York City. 



577. A Wind-Swept Pine: Monterey. 

578. San Carlos Mission: Monterey. 
585. Old Church at Grez. 

590. L"eglise de Nemours. 

7096. Sewing. 

7097. Church of St. Sulpice: Paris. 

7098. The Church Tower. 

7099. Old Church Tower at CJrez. 

7100. An Arab Doorway: Constantine, 

Algeria. 

7101. L'eglise d'Ecquelles: France. 

7102. Farm Court at Moret: France. 

7103. I,e Pantheon: Pari?. 

REED, EARL H. 

Horn Ceneva, 111., lti6j. Self-lau^lit. 

S. If. .1. 
558. The Homing Call. 
691. A City's Highway. 

7116. The Troopers of the Sky. 

7117. Over the Waste Places. 

7118. A Highway of the Winds. 

7119. A Forgotten Harvest. 

7120. The Voices of the Dunes. 

7121. Heralds of the Storm. 

7122. Among the Sand Hills. 

7123. Neighi>orhood Cjossip. 

7124. The Course of True Love. 

7125. Solitude. 

REINDEL, WILHELM G. 

Burn Eraser, Mich., iSyi. 
7138. Siesta. 
REVERE, PAUL 

Burn Boston, Mass., i/S.^, 



had.: .1. S. I., o) A', v.,' Kenyan Cox; 
rens. Member: ("al. Soc. of E. 

7104. Notre Dame de Paris. 

7105. Le Posterne: Moret. 

7106. Dans la Court: Moret. 

7107. A Little Holland Maid. 

7108. St. Gervais: Paris. 

7109. The Butcher Shop: Moret, France. 

7110. La Malmaison. 

7111. The Shop: Old Paris. 

7112. La Maison en Bois: Coudebec. 

7113. A Corner of Chartres Cathedral. 

7114. Old Cypress of Monterey. 

7115. Unloading. 



Member: Chicago S. E. ( Prcs.) ; Chicago S. .4. 

7126. Marsh Hay Stacks. 

7127. In Somebody's Orchard. 

7128. The First Temples. 

7129. The Wind-Swept Dunes. 

7130. Dawn in the Hills. 

7131. The Edge of the Forest. 

7132. The Fisherman's Home. 

7133. A North Woods Hermitage. 

7134. Old Apple Trees. 

7135. Derelicts. 

7136. The Requiem of the Leaves. 

7137. Twilight on the Dunes. 



7139. The Heath 



gold and sil'ver-plale. His ivort is c 
i nierest. 

7140. A Conference between some Indian 

Chiefs and Colonel Bouquet. 

7141. 'I'he Mitred Minuet. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Est]. 



died there iSlS. He was trained by his father to engrave on 
rude in execution, valuable only for its historical 



ri42. King Philip. 

Lent by C. A. Munn, Esq. 



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RITCHIE. ALEXANDER HAY 

Born Glasgow, Scotland, iSiS. Came to New York in 1S41; earliest prints issued about 
1847. He became an Associate of the Academy in 186$ and an Academician of the Na- 
tional Academy of Design in 1S71. 
449. The March to the Sea (after Darley). 
Lent by Mrs, F. O. C. Darley. 

ROSENTHAL, ALBERT 

Born Philadelphia, 1S63. Studied with his father. Max Rosenthal; P. A. F. A.; Ecole 
des Beaux-Arts in Paris under Gerome; and in Munich. Honors: Bronze medal, St. Louis 
Exposition, 1904; gold medal, A. A. S., 1907. 

367. William H. Taft (after Zorn). 7143. Rev. William H. Furness. 

379. Theodore Roosevelt (after Sargent). 7144. Lawn Tennis Club (after Bridgman). 

ROSENTHAL, MAX 

Born Turck, Russian Poland, iSss; came to Phila., 1849. Studied with Carl Harnich in 
Berlin; Martin Thumanger in Paris: Schussele in Philadelphia. Honor: Bronze medal, 
St. Louis Exposition, 1904. Did much lithographic work. 



372. Mrs. Benedict Arnold and Child. 

373. General James Wilkinson. 

374. Washington (after Stuart). 

7145. Washington (after Trumbull). 

7146. Franklin (after C. W. Peale). 

7147. Franklin (after C. W. Peale) (Color). 

7148. Edward VII. 

7149. Lincoln. 

7150. Alexander Hamilton (after Inman). 

7151. General John Cadvvallader. 

7152. Richard Henrv Lee. 

7153. Col. William S. Smith. 

ROTH, ERNEST DAVID 

Born Stuttgart, Germany, 1879. Studied 



7154. Col. Walter Stewart. 

7155. Charles Thompson. 

7156. Rev. Jacob Duche. 

7157. Col. Knowlton. 

7158. Washington (after Sharpies). 

7159. Washington (after St. Memin). 

7160. Washington (after St. Memin). 

7161. St. Memin. 

7162. Napoleon (after Isabey). 

7163. Edward Savage. 

7164. Toussard. 

7165. Daniel Webster. 

7166. Daniel Webster. 



N. A. D. in New York. Member: N. Y. W. 
C. C; Honors: Third prize. Salmagundi Club, 191 1 ; first prize, Salmagundi Club, 19 1 J. 
First prize for best architectural subject in 1914 Exhibition Chicago Soc. of E. Etching 
purchased by committee for collection of Chicago Art Institute. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 19J}. 



617. Grim Florence. 

620. Ca' d'Oro: Venice. 

621. The Arch of the Conca. 

623. II Campo Margherita: Venice. 

624. The Buttress: Ponte Vecchio. 

627. Ponte Trinita: Florence. 

628. Assisi. 

629. Florentine Roofs. 

7167. The Bridges: Florence. 

7168. San Gimignano: The Towers. 

7169. The Bridge: Venice. 

7170. A Venetian Doorway. 



7171. Poplars near Florence. 

7172. The Ghetto: Venice. 

7173. The Little Mosque: Stamboul. 

7174. A German Barn Yard. 

7175. The Gate: Venice. 

7176. On the Arno: Florence. 

7177. Fiesole from San Francesca. 

7178. The Buttress: Ponte Trinita, Florence. 

7179. San Gregorio: Venice. 

7180. A Quiet Canal: Venice. 

7181. Ponte Vecchio: Afternoon. 

7182. Florence. 

7183. Or San Michele: Florence. 
RUBINS. H. W. 

Born Buffalo, N. Y., iS6^. Studied: Art Institute, Chicago; Minneapolis School of Fine 

Arts. 

826. Arriving Steamer. 838. Chicago River. 

RYDER, WORTH 

Born Kirkwood, III., 

Munich, Germany. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191-,. 

421. Alt Munchenerin. 601. Bavarian Girl. 

424. Flemish Woman. 7184. Woman of Dachau. 

428. The Veronese. 



18S4. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y.; Royal Bavarian .Academy, 



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ETCHERS, ENGRAVERS AND LITHOGR.\PHERS 

ST. MEMIN, CHARLES B. J. FEVRET DE 

Born Dijon, France, 1770; died there, 1852. Came to Canada in 1/(^3, and soon after to 
Ae<w York. He introduced the engraving of portraits by means of the "physionotrace," a 
machine invented by Edme Queneday of Paris. St. Memin made some improvements 
upon this device, and uith it he made on a tinted paper a profile a little less than life 
size; this he finished by hand liith crayons directly from the sitter. Taking this finished 
crayon dra^^ing as a guide, he used a pantograph of special design to reduce the profile, 
so that it uould go inside a circle of about tiuo inches in diameter, faintly scratching the 
reduced draining directly on the copper plate. This copper was noiu etched and finished 
in aquatint, ivith some assistance by the roulette. These portraits became very popular, 
and St. Memin, traveling from North to South over the country, produced about Soo smalt 
plates. He returned to France in liilu, but came back to the United States tiuo years later 
and remained until iSl-t. He then settled permanently in France, and from 1817 until his 
death he ivas the director of the museum in his native city of Dijon. 

7185. Meriwether Lewis. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

SARTAIN, JOHN 

Born London, England, iSoS : died in Philadelphia, 1897. He came to this country in 
1830 and made some excellent plates both in line and stipple. From 1S41 to 1S52 he was 
art manager and engraver for a number of magazines. His total number of engraved 
plates numbers about IjOO. 

7186. Common Deer. 7188. Osceola. 

7187. Sir Thomas Lawrence. Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

SAVAGE, EDWARD 

Born Princeton, .Mass., 1761; died there 1817. Originally a goldsmith, but as early as 
1789 painted portraits. Kent to London, where he learned engraving in stipple and mezzo- 
tint. His ICashington prints were issued in 1792-93. He returned to Boston about 179I, 
and in 179 j exhibited the first panorama ever seen in that city. 

436. The Washington Family. 

Lent by Louis Katz, Esq. 

SAWYER, PHIL 

Born Chicago, 1877. Studied: Chicago, Yale School, New York, Paris, Germany, Ualy. 

914. Whiskers. 7189. The White House. 

915. The White House (color). 7190. Dad Bartlett: Miner. 

916. Mike. 

SCHLEGELL. GUSTAV VON 

Born St. Louis. Mo., I{<77. Studied: Royal .Icademy, Munich: Julian .Lcademy, Pans. 
Member: S. If. .-}. Honor: Chicago Fine .Irts prize. 
7191. Venice: Salute. 7193. Lake St. Croix. 

SCHNEIDER, OTTO J. 

Born .Itlanta, HI., 1873. .Member: Chicago S. A. Studied: Chicago and Pans. 

595. The Old Settee. 7198. Portail Eglise St. Nicholas des Champs: 

7193. A Puritan Maiden. Paris. 

7194. La Belle Dame Sans Merci. 7199. Petit rue St. Simon: Tours. 

7195. Maison d'un Ministre sous Louis XI. 7200. Impasse du Boeuf; Paris. 

7196. San Germain I'.Auxerrais: Paris. 7201. Hotel de Sens: Paris. 

7197. Portail Central: Eglise St. .Merri: Paris. Lent by Hill Tolerton, Esq. 

SCHOFF, STEPHEN ALONZO 

Born Danville. It., 1818: died Brandon, It., igo_=;. Pupil of the line-engraver Joseph 
.Indrews, with whom he went to Paris in 1841), and worked in the studio of Paul Dela- 
roche. Returned to the I'niled States in i8.f2 and did bank-note engraving for a New York 
company. Engraved a number of portraits and several large plates. 

451. General Devens (after F. Vinton). 457. Mrs. Harrison Grey Otis (after Gil- 

Lent bv Alfred Schoff, Esq. bert Stuart). 

454. The Bathers (after William M. Hunt). 

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7208. Black Swans: Towards Morning. 

7209. Crane: Solitaire. 

7210. Mallard Ducks: Before the Storm. 

7211. Condors. 



StutUeJ: P. ,7. F. A. under Robert Henri in Philadelphia. 



SENSENEY. GEORGE 

Born iriierling. It'. I'a., 18^4. Studied: Corcoran Art School in Washington under How- 
ard Helmict; Laurens and Constant in Paris. Member: Soc. des Graveurs en Couleurs, 
Paris. 

Sik'er medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition. San Francisco, rgi^. 
847. Chapel at Mortarlot. 853. Devout Woman. 

849. Fisherwomen of Etaples. 7202. Pont du Cheval. 

850. Court of the Grev Hounds. 7203. Venetian Doorway. 

851. Old Foot Bridge.' 7204. The Bridge of Sighs. 

852. An Archwav Lent by The Brown-Robertson Co. 
SIMMONS. WILL 

Born Etclie. Spain, iSSS- Studied: Lefebvre and .llexander Harrison in Paris. Member: 

Societc des Independents. 
800. Vultures. 
804. \\'hite Herons. 

7205. Wolf: Study of a Snarl. 

7206. Otters: Playing. 

7207. Bear Cubs: the ("nexpected. 
SLOAN, JOHN 

Born Lock Haven, Pa.. iS/l. 

Member: A. M. P. S. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, IQI^. 

636. Roofs: Summer Night. 7213. Man, Wife and Child. 

637. Night Windows. 7214. Memory. 

638. Fifth Avenue Critics. 7215. The Man Monkev. 

639. Mother. 7216. The Show Case. 

640. Ping Pong Photos. 7217. Fun: One Cent. 

641. The Little Bride. 721S. The Women's Page. 

642. Turning Out the Light. 7219. Girl and Beggar. 

643. Connoisseurs of Prints. 7220. The Picture Buyer. 
7212. Anshutz on Anatomy. 7221. Gold Fish. 

SMILLIE, JAMES DAVID 

Born AV-i:' York, JSsS- He -xvas trained by his father as an engraver on steel. His prin- 
cipal iiork was hank-note engraving, hut he produced some excellent luork, including a 
series of illustrations for Cooper's novels, after designs by F. O. C. Darley. Made an 
Academician in r,S/6. One of the founders and president ( I H~ ;!-/()) of the .American 
ll'ater Color Society, as icell as president of the Neiv York Etching Club. 

369. Montrose: Pennsylvania. 460. Voyage of Life. 

Lent by Frederick Keppel & Co. 7222. Double Hollyhocks. 

370. Hollyhocks. 7223. Sunny Hours. 

376. Good Night and Sweet Dreams. Lent by Louis Katz, Esq. 

SMITH, J. ANDRE 

Born Hong Kong. China, 1880. Studied: Cornell University. 

Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, IQly. 



613. The Jewel of V'enice. 

614. Palaces and Barges. 

615. The .Molo: Venice. 

616. The Little Foundry: Venice. 
618. The Inner Gate: San CJimignano. 
626. Towers and Domes: Venice. 

7224. Quarrel Court: Abington. 

7225. The Wood Road : C^onnecticut. 
SMITHWICK, JOHN G. 

445. Girl with Muff (after Abbey). 

SQUIRE, MAUD H. 

Born Cincinnati. ().. 1S73. Studied: 
Salon d'.4ulomne, Paris. 



7226. Sunshine and Flowers: Venice. 

7227. Campo Fosca : Venice. 

7228. Ponte della \'erona: Venice. 

7229. Campo Maria Nuova : Venice. 

7230. The Riva: Venice. 

7231. San Geremia: Venice. 

7232. Campo Formosa: Venice. 



7233. Penelope Boothby (after Millais). 

Lent by George H. Whittle, Esq. 

Cincinnati A. C. Member: S. If. A.: N. Y. ir. C. C. 



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SQUIRE, MAUD H. (CoiuiniKd) 

S7S. Two Women. 

879. Market. 

880. Girl with a Basket. 

881. Mother. 

882. Sisters. 

883. Woman anil Child. 

884. The Portrait. 

885. The Dispute. 

886. On the Quai. 

7234. Knitting. 

7235. Conger Eels. 

STACKPOLE. RALPH 

Studied ivil/i Mcriic in Paris. 
726. Adele. 
7246. Piaz/on! Etching. 

STETSON, CHARLES WALTER 
Born Tiverton Four Corners, R. I. 
403. Landscape with Figures. 
7248. Evening. 

STEUVER, CELIA M. 

Rom St. Louis, Mo. Studied: 

Germany and I'ienna. Member: Cat. Soe. of E 

honorahte mention. Missouri State fair, igi^. 



iS=,S. 



7236. A Peasant. 

7237. CSreen Door. 
723S. Little Model. 

7239. Cherries. 

7240. Loafers. 
724L Windy Day. 

7242. Bargaining. 

7243. Brothers. 

7244. Children on the Dike. 

7245. At Market. 



7247. Adele Sewing. 



Died Rome, Italy, ign. 

7249. Just after Sunset. 

7250. Landscape. 



St. Louis School of Fine .Irts; Ecole des Beaux-Arts : Paris, 
Western Artists. Honors: Prize and 



7256. Besigheim : Wurtemberg. 

7257. Helgoland. 

7258. rim I. 

7259. Evening. 

7260. Old Tower, Rothenburg. 
726L Krapfenvvald, Alle, L, Vienna. 
7262. View of a Church. 



384. Old Street: Besigheim, Bavaria. 
387. Clm II. 
725 L Old Arcaded House: Bavaria. 

7252. Old \\\tI1: Weisenburg Am Sand, 

Bavaria. 

7253. Danauwerth: Bavaria. 

7254. Old Mill: Holland. 

7255. La Grare: La Niege. 

STEVENS, DOROTHY 

Born Toronto, /cV,S'i'. Studied: London, Slade School of Art: H'ilson Steer, Henry Tonks, 
Fred Broivn. .Member: Ontario Society of Artists; Chicago Society of Etchers. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

7268. Nude. 

7269. St. Nicola: Ghent. 

7270. Hotel de la Ville: Bruges. 
727L Coppelia. 

7272. Firenze. 

7273. Fiesole. 

7274. Mont St. Michel. 

7275. Rue I'Ane Aveugle. 
7276. 



Dieppe. 

I'eg'ise. 
Bruges. 



Dinan: Brittanv. 



756. Gamine. 
78L St. Jacques: 
786. Odalisque. 
79L La sortie de 
803. Old Bridge: 

7263. The Cathedral Square. 

7264. The Merry-Go-Round. 

7265. Antwerp Cathedral. 

7266. Ponte Vecchio. 

7267. Mile, de Maupin. 

STEVENS, HELEN B. 

Born Chicago, iSyH. Studied: A. I. C; Frank Brani^icyn in Ent;land. Member: S. If. A., 
Cbiaifio S. E. Instructor in Etching and Assistant Curator of Prints, Art Institute of 
Chicago. 

Bronze medal. Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igi^. 
72L Main Building and Boat Houses: 725. Librarv Cloister: Brvn Mawr College. 

Wellesley. 

STEVENS. THOMAS WOOD 

Born Daysville, III., iSHo. Studied: .Irmonr Inst, of Tech , Chicago; Frank Brangiuyn 
in London; Sorolta y Bastida. .Member: S. IV. A.; Chicago S. A.; Chicago S. E. (vice- 
pres.). Instructor in mural painting, .Irt Inst, of Chicago. 



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STEVENS, THOMAS WOOD (Continued) 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 
San Francisco, iQij. 

723. Harper Memorial: University of 7278. Clearing for the Great Staircase. 

Chicago. 7279. Fountain of the Great Lakes. 

724. Bow and Arrow. 7280. Blair Arch: Princeton. 

728. Old South Middle: Yale. 7281. Cadet Barracks and Chapel: West 

729. Bridging a Ravine: Pittsburgh. Point. 

730. The Yard: Harvard. 
STRICKLAND, WILLIAM 

Born P/iitaJelp/iia, lySy ; died Nashville, Tenn., 1854. Studied architecture, portrait 
painting, designing for engravers and engraving in aquatint. Better knovsn as an 
architect than engraver, having designed a number of the principal buildings in Phila- 
delphia. 

7282. Meriwether Lewis, Esq. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

STURGES, DWIGHT C. 

Born Boston, Mass., 1874. Studied: Coicles Art School, Boston, Mass. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 19IJ. 

593. A Late Cottager. 7290. Portrait: Mr. Washburn. 

597. Alone. 7291. Nude. 

598. The Promised Land. 7292. Road Around the Hill. 

599. Sisters. 7293. My Father. 

600. Stamp Collectors. 7294. Scollay Square: Boston. 

603. Portrait: Dr. Samuel Green. 7295. Solitaire. 

604. The Bed Time Storv. 7296. Little Girl Dressing. 
608. The Three Elms. ' 7297. Essex Marshes. 

7283. Path Through the Pasture. 7298. The Old Flute Player. 

7284. An Old Hebrew. 7299. My Little Model. 

7285. Portrait of Mrs. S. 7300. Park Street and State House: Boston. 

7286. Adams Square: Boston. 7301. Portrait: Miss C. 

7287. Still Waters. 7302. Along the Merrimac. 

7288. WTiarf: Boston. 7303. Study Head. 

7289. Home from the Banks. 
TALLMADGE, THOMAS E. 

Born If'ashin^ton, D. C, 18/6. Member: Cliff Diiellers. Chicago S. E. Honor: Chi- 
cago .4rch. Club traveling scholarship, 1904. 
792. Structural Steel. 7305. Calle St. Ignace: Havana. 

7304. Old Sugar Warehouses. 
TANNER, BENJAMIN 

Born A'c^u York, I'TS: died Baltimore, Md.. 1S4S. Was engraving in \eiu York 
from lygi to 1S03, then went to Philadelphia, where he remained until 184$, engaging in 
business as a general engraver and map publisher. 
7306. John Adams. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 
TIEBOUT, CORNELIUS 

Date of birth is uncertain. Supposed to have died in Kentucky about j8so. He came to 
this country from Holland and engraved maps and subject plates for S'e-zv York pub- 
lishers in iy8<)-go and fairly good line portraits in 1793. He went to Philadelphia about 
J/gg, where he conducted an extensive business as an engraver until 182$. 
443. Right Rev. William White. 

Lent bv Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 
TRENCHARD, JAMES 

He was located in Philadelphia as an engraver and seal-cutter as early as June, 1777, 
and was a member of the firm that established the "Columbian Magazine." He went to 
England in 171)3, where he remained. 
TiOl. Major General Greene. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

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TWACHTMAN, JOHN H. 

Born Cincinnati, !&=,$. Died 1902. Studied: School of Design, Cincinnati. Spent the 
liinler of 1S/-I and lS/^=; in Duveneck's Life School and Painting Class in the same city. 
Went to Europe in the fall of 187^, entering the .Irt School at Munich. Honors: IV ebb 
prize. Society of .Imerican .Irlists, iSSS; bronze medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 
iSgs; Temple gold medal. The Pennsylvania .Icademy of the Fine Arts, 1S95; silver 
medal. Pan-.-l merican Exposition, Buffalo, igoi. Member: American Art Club, Munich. 

730S. Shore Cottages. 7309. Boat Landing. 

VANDERHOEF, CHARLES A. 

Exhibited at the Royal .Icademy in 1881. 
386. Solitude. 

Lent by A. S. Macdonald, Esq. 

VAN ELTEN, KRUSEMAN H. D. 

Horn at .llkmaar. Holland, iSjg; died at Paris, 1^04. Studied: Haarlem, ivith I.icstr. 
also in Brussels. Came to AV-ir York in rSdfi. Member: N. .4. D. Felloiv of the Royal 
Society of Painter-Etchers, London, and winner of a medal at the .Amsterdam Exposition. 

7310. Glimpse of the Ocean. 73 U. River in Holland. 

Lent bv A. C. Kennedy & Co. 
VONDROUS. JOHN C. 

Born in Bohemia. Austria, 18S4. Studied: N. A. D. under E. M. Ward, G. Maynard 

and F. C. Jones. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

555. Nicholas Church from Mostecka St. 7315. Market Place: Prague. 

556. Prague Bridges. 7316. St. Nicholas Church: Prague. 

560. S. Maria della Salute: Venice. 7317. An Old House: Slavonov, Bohemia. 

562. Tyn Church: Prague (Nocturne). 7318. Bridge of St. Charles the Fourth: 

7312. St. Nicholas Church (Russian) : Prague. Prague. 

7313. Street on Hradcanv: Prague. 7319. Old Town Hall: Prague. 

7314. Old Houses: Prague. 7320. Tyn Church Portal: Prague. 

WARNER, EVERETT 

Born I'inton. la., 1S77. Studied: .4. S. L. in Washington and N'eiv York; Julian Academy 
in Pans. .Member: X. Y. If. C. C; A. IV. C. S.; S. Wash. A.; Paris A. A. A. Honors: 
First Corcoran prize. Wash. W. C. C, 190J : Sesnan medal. P. A. F. A., igo8 ; silver 
medal, Buenos .lircs Exposition, igio; second Hallgarten prize, N. .1. D., igi2. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igis. 

707. Memorial Tower. 716. Brothers and Linnonia. 

708. Brooklyn Bridge. 717. Rue Jerzual : Dinan. 

709. Montreuil Mills. 720. A Bavarian Church. 
712. Phelps Gateway. 7321. Harvard Hall. 

714. Moonlight: Montreuil. 

WARNER, WILLIAM 

Born Philadelphia about 181$; died there in iS^S. He ikos a portrait painter and a self- 
taught engraver in mezzotint. 
446. Sir Charles Metcalf. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

WASHBURN, CADWALLADER 

Born .Minneapolis, Minn. Studied: Mass. Inst, of Technology, Boston; A. S. L. of N. Y. 
under .Mowbray and Chase: Sorolla in Spain; Besnard in Paris. Member: Minn. Slate 
.■Irt .Issoc. Honors: Second prize, Paris .-/. .1. .1. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igij. 

580. Dragon Font at Kujomizu Dera Tem- 607. Where Boats Beach. 

pie: Japan. 7322. Liberal Arts Building: The Entrance. 

581. Tower of Temple Parroiiuial; Taxco. 7323. A Sharp Turn: Cuernavaca. 
587. Peon with Zarape. 7324. A Quiet Inlet: Oceanport. 
589. Ebbing Tides. 7325. Boats: Brielle. 

592. Santa Maria in Distance: Cuernavaca: 7326. Sailing Boat Ashore. 
Mexico. 7327. Bay Head in Distance. 

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CATALOGUE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



WASHBURN. CADWALLADER (Continued) 



7328. Quiet Hour. 

7329. Wash of the Tides. 

7330. High Noon: Manasquan. 

7331. Siesta: Cuernavaca, Mexico. 

7332. Caracola Road No. 2: Cuernavaca, 

Mexico. 

7333. Boats Landing. 

7334. The Cathedral of Leon. 

7335. West Fa<;ade of la Valenciana. 

7336. West Side of Temple Farroquiale: 

Taxco, Mexico. 

7337. Front Fa<;ade of la Valenciana. 

7338. A Riverside Path: Manasquan River. 

7339. (Jlimpse of Manasquan River. 

7340. Low Tide: Seaside Park. 
734L Man with Sombrero. 

7342. Boats on the Beach. 

7343. Fishermen's Return. 

7344. .Afternoon Trantniillity. 

7345. Bridge at Mantaloking. 

7346. Crabbing: Brielle. 

WATT, WILLIAM G. 

Bfjrii Sew York, lXfi~. SltiJied idlli E. Heinemn/in, Emile Clrmenl and N. 

her: Satma. C, IQOJ. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition. San Francisco, iQlJj. 



7347. Sandy Road. 
734S. Bridge at Brielle. 

7349. Far Helfjhis: Cuernavaca, Mexico. 

7350. Stone Bench: Borda Garden, Cuerna- 
vaca. 

7351. Vallev Path: Cuernavaca. 

7352. Porfirio Diaz Park. 

7353. Templo de Salud Mixcoae: Mexico. 

7354. Sagrario Metropolitano: Mexico City. 

7355. Borda Garden in Distance: Cuernavaca, 
Mexico. 

7356. Road to Cuernavaca: Mexico. 

7357. The CJreat Arch. 
735S. Building the Dome. 

7359. The Derrick. 

7360. The Flagstaff. 

7361. Sunlight and Shadow. 

7362. The Doorwav. 

7363. The Scaffolding. 

7364. The Half Dome. 



■1. D. Mem- 



357. A Russian Lady (after Fechin). 

361. The Ring (after Alexander). 

364. The Apple Gatherers (after Anderson). 

7365. The Harvest (after L'hermitte). 

7366. The Pool. 

7367. A Music Party (after Metsu). 

7368. Andromeda (after Duran). 

WEBSTER, HERMAN A. 

Born iXeiv York, i\. >'., iSyS. Studied ivit/i Laurens in Paris. Member: R. Soc. of Painter- 
Etchers. London: Soc. Nat. des Beaux-Arts, Paris: Paris A. A. A.; Chelsea A. C. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igij. 



7369. Carcassonne (from Photo). 

7370. Book Plate bv Chas. S. Chapman. 

7371. Book Plate by Chas. S. Chapman. 

7372. Fanrv Head. 

7373. Mr. Ranier (after Perard). 

7374. Book Plate. 

7375. Illustration (after Birch). 



7380. La Route de Louviers. 

7381. The Quartier St. Jean. 

7382. Der Langer Franz. 

7383. St. Saturnin: Toulouse. 

7384. La Rue St. Jacques. 

7385. Les Blanchisseuses. 

7386. La Maison Meline. 

7387. Old Man's Head. 

7388. The Clock Makers. 



567. Vieux Marchc: Marseilles. 

569. L'Institut. 

570. Ancienne Faculte de Medicine: Paris. 

571. Old Houses on the Quai. 

572. Le Pont Notre Dame. 
576. Sur le Quai Montebello. 

7376. The Bridge: Frankfort. 

7377. Notre Dame des Andelys. 

7378. Le Pont Neuf: Paris. 

7379. Old Court: Sachsenhousen. 

WEHRSCHMIDT, DANIEL A. 

Born in Cleveland, (>., iSOl. Studied: Herkomer School, Bushey Herts. Honors: Tiio 

bronze medals, St. Louis. 

Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, IQI^. 

4235. \m\ Should Also Mount With Me. 4359. The New Slave. 

4236. Old Hall. 7389. In an Irish Creamerv. 
4308. The Hedge Cutter. 7390. The Bathing Tent. 
4315. The Old Shepherd. 7391. The Baby Bacchus. 

WEIR, J. ALDEN 

Born West Point, \. Y., iS^j. Studied -n-ith his father, Robert tC. Ifeir, at West Point; 
Geromc in Paris. Member: A. N. A., 1885; N. A., 1S86; A. If. C. S.; Ten Am. P.; 

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ETCHERS, ENGRAVERS AND LITHOGRAPHERS 



WEIR, J. ALDEN (Continued) 

A'. Y. F.tthing (.'.; Sat. Insl. A. I.. Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 18S2; 
silver medal for painlinn an J hrnnze for dravSins^, Paris Exposition, iSSg; prize ($J,noo), 
.Imeritan Art .Issoc. Meiv York: medal, C. I. Pittshur^li, jSgy ; bronze medal, Paris 
Exposition, igoo; ^old medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, IQOI : gold medal for 
paintings and silver for engraving, St. Louis Exposition, 1904: Inness medal, N. A. D., 
l(jo6; Lippimott prize, P. .•/. F. A., IQIO. 



Member International Jury of .Iwarjs, 
Francisco, igtfi. 

401. Portrait of H. C. Weir. 

404. Portrait Figure. 

405. The Evening Lamp. 

407. Arcturus. 

408. Portrait of John F. Weir. 

409. Child uith Dog. 

410. The Little Student. 
412. Portrait of Dr. Robert F. Weir. 

7393. The Guitar Player. 

7393. Portrait by Candlelight. 

7394. Coon .-Mlev. 

7395. Still Life. ' 

WELLINGTON, F. H. 
354. Girl at the Piano (after painting by 
Harrv Townsend}. 
Lent b\ Ray Brown, Esfj. 

WESTRUM, ANNI VON 

Born Holland. Studied: Munich, licnna, Berlin, Paris. Member: Beaux-Arts. Pans. 
889. Birches. 7408. Old Baltic Farm House. 

7407. Windmill. 



Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 

7396. On the Porch. 

7397. Head. 

7398. Mother and Child. 

7399. The Hay Stacks. 

7400. Roscoe's Barn. 

7401. The Picture Book. 

7402. Head. 

7403. Sketches. 

7404. The Little Fountain. 

7405. The Little Pump. 

7406. Portrait of Robert Weir. 



Thomas Anshuiz: Paris, i:itb 



WETHERILL. ELISHA KENT KANE 

Born Philadelphia. /.V//. Studied: P. A. F. A. ivith 

J. McSeill If lustier. 

Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igiy. 



7413. Camden Court House. 

7414. The Goose Shop. 

7415. The Tenements. 

7416. The Coal Hoist. 

7417. The Back Street. 

7418. Bavle's Slip. 



768. The Triangle. 

793. Ben llawkin's Blacksmith Shop. 

807. The Archway. 

7409. (iatewav: Bryn Mawr. 

7410. The Shacks. ' 

7411. Brooklyn Bridge. 

7412. The Sooty Shop. 

WHISTLER, JAMES McNEILL 

Horn l.ovcell. Mass , iSsh Died England, njns. Studied nvith Gleyer in Pans. .Medals. 
Paris. yA'A'?,- P. A. F. A.. 19OJ; Columbian Exposition. 1SQ3. Officer of the Legion of 
Honor, Societaire de la Societe Rationale des Beaux-Arts President of Society of British 
Artists, 1SS6. 

ETCHINGS 299. The Riva, No. I. 

287. The Little Mast. 304. Long Venice. 

288. San Biagio. 306. Square House: Amsterdam. 

289. Drouet. 307. Doorway and Vine. 

290. Traghetto. 308. Two Doorways. 

292. San Giorgio. 309. Salute at Dawn. 

293. Becquet. 314. Lime Burner. 

294. Piazzetta. 316. Black Lion Wharf. 

295. Long House: Amsterdam. 318. Roiherhithc. * 

296. \''eille aux Loques. 319. Weary. 

297. The Palace. Lent by William M. Ladd, Esq. 

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CATALOGUE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



WHISTLER, JAMES McNEILL (Continued 



LITHOGRAPHS 
The Thames. 

Unfinished Sketch of Lady Haden. 
The Smith: Passage du Dragon. 
Draped Figure, Reclining (in colors). 

302. Draped Figure: Standing. 

303. The Little Nude Model Reading. 
305. Nude Model Standing. 

Lent bv Hunt Henderson, Esq. 
Model aiid Child. 

Lent by William M. Ladd, Esq. 
Study: Maude Seated. 
312. Stephane Mallarme. 



291, 
298, 
300. 
301. 



310. 



311. 



313. A Duet. 

Lent bv William M. Ladd, Esq. 
315. The Dancing Girl. 
317. La Fruitiere de la Rue de Gronelle. 
Terrace : Luxembourg. 
Little London. 

Lent by Hunt Henderson, Esq. 
Blacksmith Shop. 

Lent by William M. Ladd, Esq. 

325. Portrait of Joseph Pennell. 

326. Savoy Pigeons. 

Lent by Hunt Henderson, Esq. 



320, 
322, 



324. 



iSSo. Studied: Paris, i-Jl/i Jean Paul Laurens and Jacques 



7427. At the Dock. 

7428. Telegraph Hill: 

7429. The Forest. 

7430. A Study. 



892. In September. 



San Francisco. 



WHITE, CHARLES HENRY 

Born Hamilton, Ontario. iSyS. Studied with H'/iistler, Laurens and Constant. Member: 
Salon d'.lutomne, Paris; A', y. Soc. of E. Honors: Medal, St. Louis Exposition. 
Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, I>)I^. 

7419. The Old Courtyard. 7422. Old Manoir. 

7420. Rue de I'Ane Aveugle. 7423. La Rue de la Paix. 

7421. San Remo. 

WILKE, WILLIAM H. 

Born San Francisco, Cat. 

Blanche. 
648. Toward the Bav. 
660. The Viaduct. 

7424. Bill. 

7425. The Wood Road. 

7426. The Hay Barges. 

WILLIAMS, J. SCOTT 

Member: S. I., igio. 
422. The Ship Blacksmith Shop, 

WINSLOW, HENRY 

Born Boston, Mass., 1S/4. Studied in Paris ivith Jl'histler. Member 

722. Westminster Cathedral. 7434. The Wanderer. 

731. Saint Paul's. 7435. The Carpenter's Shop. 

7431. The Spire. 7436. The Beeches. 

7432. London Bridge. 7437. The Old Square. 

7433. Pont de L'Arche. 7438. Wood Monsters. 

WINTHROP, NEWMAN V. 

7439. Alice. 7440. Washington. 

Lent bv Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 
WOLF. HENRY 

Born Eckiversheim, .Alsace, iSfJ. Studied with Jacques Levy in Strasbourg. Came to 
New York in iSyi. Member: .1. N. A., 1905; N. A., igoS ; Int. Soc. of S. P. Gravers; 
Union Inter, des Beaux-.lrts et des Lettres, Paris. Honors: Honorable mention, Paris 
Salon. 18SS : honorable mention, Paris Exposition, l8Sg: first class medal, Columbian 
Exposition, Chicago, iSgSi .T"'"' medal, Paris Salon, i8g=i; silver medal, Paris Expo- 
sition, igoo; silver medal, Rouen Exposition, igos; diploma and grand medal of honor 
for wood engraving, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, igof. 
Grand Prize, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igij. 
328. Lower New York in a Mist from the 331. Evening: Swan Lake, Central Park, 



Cat. Soc. of E. 



Pennsylvania R. R. Boat. 
3S9. The Evening Star. 
330. Little Ladv Sophie of Soho (after 

Whistler). 



New York. 

332. The Wood Gatherers, (after Inness). 

333. Lizzie Lynch (after Weir). 

334. Joseph Pulitzer (after Sargent). 



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ETCHERS, ENGRAVERS AXD LITHOGRAPHERS 



336. 
337. 
338. 
33». 

340. 



744S. 



7449. 

7450. 



7451 
7452. 



WOLF, HENRY (Continued) 
335. The Mussel Gatherers (after Martin). 
The Mirror (after Alexander). 
The Morning Star. 
Lady with a Lute (after V'ermeer). 
River Scene: La Riviere a la Tour 

Lointaine (after Corot). 
A Northeaster (after Homer). 

341. Portrait of the Engraver, H. Wolf 

(after Wiles). 

342. Miss Alexander (after Whistler). 

7441. Morning Mists. 

7442. Recreation (after Couture). 

7443. Don Balthasar Carlos (after Velasquez) . 

7444. The Boy with a Sword (after Manet). 

7445. Woman at the Window (after Ver- 

meer). 

7446. Girl with Fruit (after Ambrogio de 

Predis). 

7447. .'\braham Lincoln (enlarged from small 
print by Brady). 

Wm. M. Thackeray (from drawing by 

Lawrence). 
Robert L. Stevenson (from snap shot). 
Portrait Sketch (unfinished) (after 

Whistler). 
Beatrice d'Este (after da Vinci). 
Portrait of a Girl (after Velasquez). 

7453. Mv Mother (after Whistler). 

7454. Thomas Carlyle (after Whistler). 

7455. A Madonna (after Botticelli). 

7456. A Gentlewoman (after Weir). 

7457. A Spanish Countess (after Goya). 

7458. Homeward (after Dessar). 

7459. The Music Room (after Whistler). 

7460. Young Ladv with Poppy Flower (after 

Loeb). ■ 

7461. Miss Nelthrop (after Lawrence). 

7462. The Fur Jacket (after Whistler). 

7463. Kittv Fisher (after Reynolds). 

7464. The Goldfish (after Hubbell). 

7465. A Danish Princess (after Holbein). 

7466. Portrait of a Lady (after Shannon). 

7467. Landscape (after Dewey). 

7468. Lady with Hand Mirror (after Wiles). 

7469. Portrait of a Girl (after Emmett). 

7470. Mother and Child (after Cassatt). 

7471. The Sonata (after Wiles). 

7472. Alice (after Chase). 

7473. Lady with the White Shawl (after 

Chase). 

7474. Gathering Autumn Leaves (after 

Chase). 

7475. A Lady in Black (after Chase). 

7476. The Artist's Daughter (after Chase). 

7477. The Christmas Tree (after Weir). 

7478. The Green Bodice (after Weir). 

7479. The Bent Tree (after Corot). 

7480. Hon. Jos. H. Choate (after Sargent). 



7481. 

7482. 
7483. 
7484. 
7485. 

7486. 

7487. 
7488. 
7489. 

7490. 

7491. 
7492. 
7493. 
7494. 
7495. 
7496. 

7497. 

7498. 
7499. 

7500. 
7501. 
7502. 
7503. 
7504. 
7505. 
7506. 
7507. 
7508. 
7509. 
7510. 
7511. 
7512. 
7513. 
7514. 
7515. 
7516. 
7517. 
7518. 
7519. 
7520. 
7521. 
7522. 
7523. 

7524. 
7525. 
7526. 
7527. 
7528. 
7529. 

7530. 



Jos. Jefferson as Dr. Pangloss (after 

Sargent). 
The Coral Necklace (after Tarbell). 
Lady Stanhope (after Reynolds). 
Mercedes (after Mora). 
El Conde, Duque Olivares (after 

Valesquez). 
Geo. Washington (after Stuart). 
Chevalier Yrujo (after Stuart). 
Portrait of Trumbull (after Stuart). 
Portrait of Miss Mierken (after 

Stuart). 
Portrait of Miss Plumstead (after 

Stuart). 
Portrait of Mrs. Morris (after Stuart). 
Portrait of Mrs. Lea (after Stuart). 
Portrait of Mrs. Otis (after Stuart). 
Portrait of Mrs. Gotliff (after Stuart). 
Portrait of Mrs. Griffith (after Stuart). 
Portrait of Mrs. Nancy Pennington 

(after Stuart). 
Angel with the Flaming Sword (after 

Blashfield). 
The Promenader (after Menzel). 
Open Air Meeting (after Menzel). 
The Tiger (after Menzel). 
Courting (after Hals). 
Evening in Normandy (after Dearth). 
The Fox Hunt (after Homer). 
Eight Bells (after Homer). 
A Normandy Farm (aftei Martin). 
The Harp of the Winds (after Martin). 
Early Ploughing (after Walker). 
A Favorite Corner (after Alexander). 
A Flower (after Alexander). 
A Quiet Hour (after ."Mexander). 
The Mousmee (after Blum). 
Vn Canal en Artois (after Cazin). 
The Approaching Storm (after Cazin). 
The Road to the Village (after Cazin). 
Josephine, Empress (after Lefevbre). 
Napoleon, Emperor (after Lefevbre). 
Yellow Marguerites (after Moore). 
Romila (after Sears). 
A Shipwrecked Sailor (after Pyle). 
A Virgin Enthroned (after Thayer). 
Emperor Hadrian (after Tadema). 
Information (after Meissonier). 
Campagne de France (after Meis- 
sonier). 
Portrait of Gerome. 
La Soif (after Gerome). 
The Carpet Merchant (after Gerome). 
Holy Eve (after Von Uhde). 
Good Friday (after Von Uhde). 
Bonaparte before the Sphinx (after 

Gerome) . 
The Road to Bethlehem (after Von 
Uhde). 



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CATALOGUE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



WOLF, HENRY (Continued) 

7531. In the Shade (after Caliga). 

7532. Empress Josephine (after Realier 

Dumas). 

7533. Benjamin Franklin (after Duplessis). 

7534. Le Soir (after Breton). 

7535. The Road to Concarneau (after Pick- 

nell). 

7536. The Moose Hunt (after Brush). 

7537. Portrait of a Boy (after Brush). 

7538. Cynthia (after Beaux). 

7539. Reverie (after Beaux). 

7540. Les Amoureux (after Diaz). 

7541. Bismarck (after Lenbach). 

7542. Self Portrait (after Lenbach). 

7543. The Millpond (after Ranger). 

7544. Landscape in Holland (after Ranger). 

7545. A I'Abreuvoir (after Dagnan- 

Bouveret). 

7546. The Madonna of the Rose (after 

Dagnan-Bouveret ) . 

7547. La Bernoise (after Dagnan-Bouveret). 

7548. Alone in the World (after Israels). 

7549. Sally Franklin (after Hoppner). 

7550. Nantucket School of Philosophy (after 

Johnson). 



7551. The Young Michelangelo Sculpturing 

the Head of a Faun. 

7552. Lady in Black (after Freer). 

7553. San Giorgio (after Bunce). 

7554. Christ Walking on the Waves (after 

Coleman). 

7555. Visit of Shepherds (after Lerolle). 

7556. Self Portrait (after Dow). 

7557. Mrs. Champion de Crespigny (after 

Romney). 

7558. Evening on the Terraces (after 

Constant). 

7559. At Kissingen (after Menzel). 

7560. The Scattering of the Mists. 

7561. A Duck Pond. 

7562. The Roadside (after Gifford). 

7563. Thos. Jefferson (after C. W. Peale). 

7564. In the Adirondacks (after Wyant). 

7565. The New England Peddler (after 

Johnson) . 

7566. Judge Jones (after Stuart). 

7567. Portrait of a Lady (after Henri). 

7568. Mv Daughter Josephine (after 

" Tarbell). 

7569. Aurora (after Low). 

7570. Summer (after Benson). 



•,/ Boston Coivtrs School; .1. S. L. of A'. Y. John ll'rii;/it. 



hilernational Exposition, San Francisco, l<)i^. 

7572. Browning's Palace: Venice. 

7573. Taormina from Greek Theater. 

7574. Jean-Marie No. 1. 

7575. Jean-Marie No. 2. 

7576. November. 

7577. The Hermitage. 

7578. Porta della Conca : 



Perugia. 

Arts: Hoivard Pyle, 

First prize, etching. 



WOOD, FRANKLIN T. 

Horn Boston, lSy~. StuJh 

of England. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific 
537. St. Jerome. 
543. Farm Lane. 
579. Piazza Bagnia. 
582. Old Man of Taormina. 
588. Pasture Bars. 
591. Gondolas. 
7571. Bov in Tam O'Shanter. 
WORKMAN, DAVID TICE 

Born ll'aphrtoii, N. Dakota, tSS-f. Studied: Boston Museum Fine 

ICilmin^ton, Del.: Frank Brangiiyn, London, Ent^land. Honor: 

Minn. State Art Society, igij. 
763. Elvet Bridge: Old Durham. 

WRIGHT, CHARLES CUSHING 

Born Damascota, Me.: died Seiv York, l<S.^4. He serred in the War oj lSl3, afterwards 
engaging in husiness as a luatchmaker. In 1S4J he iias associated -i-.ith A. B. Durand 
in etching, eny.ra-ving and making dies for embossed ii'ork. He ivas one of the founders 
of the Sational .Academy of Design in iSj6. 

7579. Henry Rutgers. 

Lent by Robert Fridenherg, Esq. 
WRIGHT, JOSEPH 

Said to he the first painter-etcher in 
executed in l/<)n. 

7580. Portrait of George Washington. 

Lent bvC. W. McAlpin, Esq. 

WRIGHT, MARGARET HARDON 
Born Ne<u:ton, Mass., iS():>. Studied: 
Bicknell; Merson, in Paris. Member: 
594. St. Merri : Paris. 



.Imerica. 1 1 is profile portrait of Washington iL-as 



Mass. lust, of Technology 
Chicago S. E. 

912. Courtyard: Taormina. 



Boston: ir. H. ir. 



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AMERICAN BISON. By .-/. Phimisler Proctor 



FTnir.RS, ENGRAVERS AND LITHOGRAPHERS 

YOUNG, MAHONRI M. 

Horn Stilt Late City, I'ta/i, iS/y. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y.: Julian Aradrmy in 
Paris. Member: .•/. A'. .7., 19U; N. S. S.; Paris A. A. A.: Soc. of Utah Artists <ex-pres.). 
Honors: Honorable mention for etching, Paris .4. .4, .•/.,• Barnetl prize, N. A. D., jgir. 
7IS. Tewa No. 1. 7584. The Sand Pit. 

765. I'nder the "L." 75S5. Excavation No. 11. 

771. Ballet Girl No. 1. 7586. Trench Diggers. 

75S1. The Roman Beggar. 7587. Pont des Artes. 

7582. On the Cirand Canal. 7588. The Pirate. 

75S3. Fort Washington Point. 75S9. The Forge. 

ZIM, MARCO 

Born M0SC011;, Russia, iSSo. Studied: A'. .7. D. of A'. V.; Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris, 
A. S. L. of A'. Y. Honors: Suydam silver medal. National Academy, igos; first llall- 
garten prize for painting, tons; first prize coin and medal designing, IQO./; A. H. Bald- 
ivin fund first prize in etching, 1904. 

7590. Morning. 7591. Symphony. 



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BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX: SCULPTORS 
AND MEDALISTS 

ADAMS, HERBERT 

Born West Concord, I'l., iS=iS. Studied: Mass. Normal Art School: Mercie in Paris. 
Member: N. A., 1899 (^'ice-presj ; S. A. A., 1S91; N. S. S. (pres.); X. Y. Arch. Lg., 
1S96; Art Commission (-vice-pres.) ; Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: Honorable mention, Salon, 
1888 and JS89; medal, A. C. Phila., 1892; Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; gold 
medal, Charleston Exposition, 1902 ; gold medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904. 
Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3088. Bacchante. 4491. William Cullen Bryant. 

4210. Meditation. 4502. Chief Justice Marshall. 

AITKEN, ROBERT I. 

Born San Francisco, iSyS. Studied: Mark Hopkins Institute under Arthur F. Matheius 

and Douglas Tilden in San Francisco. Member: A. N. A., igo9; N. S. S.; A'. Y. Arch. 

Lg. Honors: Barnet prize, N. A. D., 1908. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191$. 
808. Tired Mercury. 3116. Door for Gates Mausoleum. 

1379. Outer Darkness. 32S3. Dancing Faun. 

1391. Model: Commemorative Medal: Pan- 3284. Dancing Bacchante. 

ama-Pacific International Exposi- 3915. A Thing of Beauty, 
tion: Obverse. 4539. Michelangelo. 

1392. Model: Commemorative Medal: Pan- 4540. William H. Taft. 

ama-Pacific International Exposi- Lent by Mrs. W. H. Taft. 

tion : Reverse. 

AKELEY, CARL E. 

Born Clarendon, N. J'., 1S64. 
917. Lion and Buffalo. 4207. The Wounded Comrade. 

3577. Stung. 

ALFANO. VINCENZO 

Born Naples, 18^4. Studied: Inst, of Fine Arts, Naples. Member: N. S. S.; N. Y. 

:lrch Lg., igoi. Hon. Prof. Royal .Academy, Naples, since 1890. Honors: Bronze medal, 

Naples Exposition, i8y~ ; silver medal, Paris Exposition, 1878; Municipal prize of 4,000 

lira for "Cicero," Naples, 1891. 

Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igij. 
3195. Mother's Love. 3397. Might is Right. 

3395. Quousque Tandem. 

AUSTIN, MAK^'DP. P. 

Born Carrollton, Mo., 1S69. Studied: School of Design. San Francisco; four years in 
Paris ii-ith E. Renard and Delecluse. Honors: Gold medal, School of Design, San Fran- 
cisco; gold medal, State Fair, 19 12. 

3102. Saint Jean. 3123. Portrait of Miss Quinn. 

BAER, LILLIAN 

3330. The Dance. 

BALL, CAROLINE P. 

Born Terre Haute, Ind., 1869. Studied with .Augustus Saint Gaudens and Kenyan Cox 
in Neiv York. Honor: Honorable mention, Paris Exposition, 1900. 

4470. Sun-dial. 

BARNHORN, CLEMENT J. 

Born Cincinnati, iS^y. Studied: Rebisso in Cincinnati ; Bouguereau, Peuch, Mercie, 
Ferrier and Julian Academy in Paris. Member: N. S. S.; S. W. .•/. Honors: Honorable 
mention, Paris Salon, iSgy, bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; honorable mention, 

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BARNHORN, CLEMENT J. (Continued) 

Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, l(/Oi; silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 

1904. 
4518. Boy Pan with Frog. 

BARTLETT, PAUL W. 

Born Ne<iv Haven, Conn., lS6y. Studied ivith Cavelier, Fremiei and Rodin in Paris. 

Member: N. S. S.; Nat. Inst. A. L.; Am. Acad. A. L.; Royal Acad, of Belgium (Assoc.) ; 

Institute of France (Cor.). Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1SS7 ; gold medal, 

Pan-A merican Exposition, Buffalo, igoi; grand prize, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; first 

medal, Liege Exposition, 1905; Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 1S95; Officer, j()o8. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 

San Francisco, 1915. 
4508. Dying Lion. 4553. Philosophy. 

4552. Statue of Lafavette. 4554. Romance. 

4555. Religion. 
BATEMAN, JOHN M. 

Born A'. J., iSyy. Studied: Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art; P. A. 

F. .1.: Paris; and ivith .!. Stirling Calder and Charles Grafly. Member: N. S. S. 

Honors: Cresson Foreign Summer Scholarship, 190$; Cresson Foreign Scholarship, 

1906, J907. 

Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, I915. 
3286. Fountain and Aquarium. 1595. Model: Official Entrance Badge: 

Panama-Pacific International Expo- 
sition. 
BATHURST, CLYDE C. 

Born Mount Union, Pa , iSSj. Studied luith Grafiy in Philadelphia. 

Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2861. Portrait of James Grafly. 

BEACH, CHESTER 

Born San Francisco, 1S81. Studied ivith Verlet and Roland in Paris. Member: A. N. A., 
190S: A. S. S. Honors: Barnett prize, N. A. D., 1909. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191 j. 
4531. Beyond. 

BERGE, EDWARD 

Born Baltimore. iSy^. Studied: Maryland Inst, and Rhinchart School of Sculpture in 
Baltimore; Julian .Icademy, Verlet and Rodin in Paris. Member: N. S. S. Honors: 
Clark prize, Paris ./. A. .■/.; bronze medal, Pan-.I merican Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; 
bronze medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191$. 

4483. Muse Finding Head of Orpheus. 4486. Bov and Frog Fountain. 

4485. Wild Flower! 4496. The Scalp. 

4503. Sun Dial. 

BISHOP, EMILY CLAYTON 

Born Smithsburg, Md., 1SS3; died, 1912. Studied: Maryland Institute of Art and Design, 
Baltimore, Md.; Charcoal Club, Baltimore; P. A. F. A. Honors: George B. McClellan 
.Inatomy prize, 1905; first honorable mention Edmund Steivardson: Competition 1907 and 
1910; Cresson European Scholarships, 1907 and 1908 ; composition prize in sculpture, 1908. 

1417. The Finish. 3048. Passing of the Seasons: Winter into 

1418. Studv No. 1. Spring. 

1419. The Bacchic Dancer. * 3336. The Little Dancer. 

1420. Portrait of Margaret Tew. 333S. And as Pretty a Piece of Flesh as any 

1421. Study No. 3. in Messina. 

1422. The Greek Maiden's Dance of Joy. 3345. Comedy. 

1423. Study No. 2. 3346. Greed. 

1424. Portrait. Lent by the Pennsylvania Academy 
2866. Portrait. of the Fine Arts. 

3045. Brownie. 3347. Classicism and Renaissance. 



Lent by Mrs. J. E. D. Traslc. 



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BITTER, KARL 

Born Vienna, Austria, 1867. Died New York, 1915. Studied: Vienna Academy of Fine 
Arts and Edmund Hellmer. Came to United States in iSSg. Member: A. N. A., igoi ; 
N. A., J903; N. S. S.; Nat. Inst. A. L.; N. Y. Arch. Lg. Honors: Prize in competition for 
Astor Memorial Gates, Trinity Church, New York; silver medal, Paris Exposition, iQoo; 
gold medal, Pan-.4 merican Exposition, Buffalo, 1901 ; gold medal, Charleston Exposition, 
1902; gold medal, A. C. P., 1903; gold medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904. 
Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, jgij. 
3094. Signing of the Louisiana Purchase 3134. Fountain Group. 

Treaty. Lent by John D. Rocltefeller, Esq. 

Lent by the City of St. Louis. 3282. Faded Flowers. 

3114. Memorial to Dr. Henry P. Tappan. 4487. Statue of Thomas Jefferson. 

Lent by University of Michigan. 

BORGLUM, SOLON H. 

Born Ogden, Utah. 186S. Studied: Art Academy of Cincinnati under Rebisso ; Fremiet 
and Puech in Paris. Member: N. S. S.; A. N. A., igil. Honors: Honorable mention, 
Paris Salon, iSgg; silver medal, Paris Exposition, igoo; silver medal, Pan-American Ex- 
position, Buffalo, igoi; gold medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904; silver medal, 
Buenos Aires Exposition, igio. 

2053. Washington: 1753. 

BOYLE, JOHN J. 

Born New York, 1852. Studied: P. A. F. A. under Eakins; Ecole des Beaux-Arts under 
Dumont; Thomas and E. Millet in Paris. Member: Societe des Artistes Francais; 
N. S. S.; A. N. A., 1910; N. Y. Arch. Lg., 1894. Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 
1SS6; medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, iSgs; medal, Paris Exposition, igoo; bronze 
medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, igoi; silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposi- 
tion, igo4. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, jgij. 
533. Tired Out. 4492. Returning from the Hunt. 

3565. Stone Age. 4547. Commodore Barry Monument. 

BRENNER, VICTOR D. 

Born Shavely, Russia, 1871. Studied with Louis Oscar Roty. Came to New York in 1S90. 
Member: N. S. S.; N. Y. Arch. Lg., igo2; N. A. C. Honors: Bronze medal, Paris Ex- 
position, jgoo; honorable mention, Paris Salon, igoo; bronze medal, Pan-American Expo- 
sition, Buffalo, igoi ; silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, ig04; gold medal, 
Brussels Exposition, igio. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igi5. 

1393. Dr. Emily Blackwell. 1507. Lincoln Medal: Obverse. 

1498. Hygiene: Obverse. 1508. Lincoln Medal: Reverse. 

1499. Hygiene: Reverse. 1509. Carl Schurz: Obverse. 

1500. Lincoln Plaque. 1510. Carl Schurz: Reverse. 

1501. Whistler: Obverse. 1511. Washington Irving. 

1502. Whistler: Reverse. 1512. William Welch. 

1503. Samuel Talmage. 3131. Nature the Consoler. 

1504. Motherhood: Obverse. 3828. Womanhood. 

1505. Motherhood: Reverse. 

BRINGHURST, ROBERT P. 

Born Jerseyville, III., 1835. Studied: St. Louis School of Fine Arts; Ecole des Beaux- 
Arts in Paris. Member: S. IV. A. Honors: First class medal, Columbian Exposition, 
Chicago, 189s; cash prize, Tennessee Centennial, Nashville, l8gy; silver medal, Louisi- 
ana Purchase Exposition, 1904. 

4556. Journalism. 

BROOKS, RICHARD E. 

Born Braintree, Mass., 186$. Studied: T. II. Bartlett in Boston; Colarossi Academy in 
Paris under .lube and Injalbert. Member: N. S. S.; Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: Honorable 
mention, Paris Salon, iSgs; third class medal, Paris Salon, i8gg; gold medal, Paris Ex- 
position, igoo; gold medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, igoi. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

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SCULPTORS AND MEDALISTS 

BROOKS. RICHARD E. (Continued) 

1626. Cameron and Grace. 1632. Susan J. Henry. 

1627. Medallion Portrait No. 1. 1633. Medallion Portrait No. 2. 

1628. Wm. Brown Cogswell. 1634. Mary S. Lyman. 

1629. Medallion Portrait. 1635. Henry. 
1631. Margaret, Cyrus and Raymond. 

BURNHAM, ROGER NOBLE 

Born Bin!;ham, Mass., lS/6. Studied: Boston. Honor: Henry O. Avery prize, Archi- 
tectural League, Neiii York, 1904. 

1445. University of California Medal: Ob- 1449. Eleanor Waring Burnham. 

verse. 1452. Betty. 

1446. University of California Medal: Re- 1453. Jotiann Ernest Perabo. 

verse. 

BURROUGHS, EDITH WOODMAN 

Born Rivcrdale-on-Iludson, A'. 1'., i8yi. Studied: A. S. L. of Neiu York under Augustus 
St. Gaudens: Injalbert and Merson in Paris. Member: N. S. S. Honors: Shav/ prize, 
N. A. D., 1907. 
Silver medal, I'aniima-Parific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2975. Fenella, 4391. L'Arriere Pensee. 

3914. Vine Leaves. 4526. Garden Figure. 

BUSH-BROWN, H. K. 

1472. Newburgh Medal: Obverse. 1473. Newburgh Medal: Reverse. 

CALDER, A. STIRLING 

Born in Philadelphia, iSyo. Studied: P. A. F. A.; C/iapu and Falguiere in Paris. Mem- 
ber: A'. S. S., 1S96; S. A. A., 1905; A. N. A., 1906; N. Y. Arch. Lg. Instructor, N. A. D. 
Honors: Gold medal, A. C. Phila., 189s: honorable mention, Pan-American Exposition, 
Buffalo, 190 1 ; silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904; Lippincott prize, P. .4. 
F. A., 190^; grand prize, Alaska-Yukon Exposition, 1909. 

Member of the International Jury of Aiuards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 
San Francisco, 1915. 

3103. Historian. 3814. A Woman. 

3120. The American Sphinx. 3866. Laughing Boy. 

3813. Seated Athlete. 

CHAMBERLIN, F. TOLLES 

Born San Francisco, lS~s. Studied: Hartford, Conn.; New York City; American Acad- 
emy in Rome. Honors: Lazarus Scholarship to Rome, 1909-1912; Henry O. Avery prize 
for sculpture. Architectural League of N. Y., 1914. Member: National Society of Mural 
Painters: A. L. of N. Y.; The Alumni Association of the American Academy in Rome. 

3916. The Cup Bearer. 

CLEVENGER, SHOBAL VAIL 

Born in MiJdletoivn, Ohio, 1S12; died at sea near Gibraltar, 184s- Went to Rome, 1S40. 
Executed busts of many prominent Americans. 
2759. Washington Allston. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 

COHEN, NESSA 

Born Nev: York, /SSj. Studied: A. S. L., Cooper Union, Neiv York City. Honors: Saint 

Gaudens prize and Cooper bronze medal for composition. 
2926. Sunrise. 3394. Navajo Watching Women at Work. 

COONSMAN, NANCY 

Born St. Louis, Mo., 18SS. Studied: St. Louis School of Fine Arts, Geo. Julian Zolnay. 

Honors: Silver medal at School of Fine ■'Irts, St. Louis, Mo.; uinner of competition for 

fountain for St. Louis Public Library. 
3735. Portrait of Old Woman. 4386. Wistful Baby. 



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CORBETT, GAIL SHERMAN 

Born Syracuse, N. Y. Studied loit/i .Augustus Saint Gaudens. Member: N. S. S. 
Honorable mention, for Sculpture, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Fran- 
cisco, 1913. 
Bronze medal, for Medals, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1469. Walden. 3043. Chameleon Boy. 

1470. Frederick Coe Sherman. 3825. Bust of Rev. Samuel J. Calthrop. 

1476. John Newbold Hazard. 4517. Sundial Boy. 

1477. Emma J. O. Sherman. 4543. Kirkpatrick Memorial Fountain. 
1479. Jean. 

CRENIER, HENRI 

Born Paris, France, jSys- Studied luith Falguiere and at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris. 
Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
4208. Girl and Butterflies. 

DALLIN, CYRUS EDWIN 

Born Springi'itle, Utah, 1S61. Studied ivith Chapu and Dampt in Paris. Member: N. S. S.; 
A. N. A., igia; N. Y. Arch. Lg.; Royal Soc. of Arts, London. Honors: Gold medal, 
American Art Assoc, New York, iSSS; honorable mention, Paris Salon, l8go; first class 
medal and diploma, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, iSgs; silver medal, Mass. Charitable 
Mechanics Assoc, 1895; silver medal, Paris Exposition, igoo; silver medal, Pan-American 
Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; gold medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904; third class 
medal, Paris Salon, 1909. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igig. 

480. Chief Joseph. 1368. Apache. 

481. Standing Elk. 1369. War or Peace. 
646. Protest. 2924. Indian Hunter. 

921. Chief Antelope. 3101. Arthur. 

922. Washakie. 3108. Lawrence. 

923. On the War Path. 3124. My Mother. 

926. Prett}' Eagle. 3584. The Medicine Man. 

927. Appeal to the Great Spirit. 3822. My Boys. 

928. Cavuse at the Spring. 3824. Paul Revere. 

930. Lincoln. 3830. The Scout. 

931. Passing of the Red Man. 3831. Medicine Man. 

1096. Appeal to the Great Spirit. 4474. The Scout. 
1413. Indian Archer. 

DEMING, EDWIN WILLARD 

Born Ashland, Ohio, i860. Studied: A. S. L. of Mew York: Lefebvre and Boulanger in 
Paris. Member: A'. Y. Arch Lg., ig02; Mural P. Honors: Silver medal, A. A. S., 1892; 
bronze medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191}. 

1097. The American Bison. 3337. Friendly Tussle. 
3333. The Fight Between a Panther and a 3340. Indian Hunter. 

Grizzly Bear. 3344. The Antelope or American Prong Horn. 

3335. Maternity. 3862. The Playing Bear. 

DIETSCH. C. PERCIVAL 

Born New York City, 1881. Studied: New York; .American .Icademy in Rome; Paris. 
Honors: Rinehart prize in sculpture, Psabody Institute, Baltimore; American .Academy 
in Rome. 

Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
4504. Destiny. 

DUVENECK, FRANK 

Born Covington, Ky., 1848. Studied with Diez in Munich, in which city he lived over 
ten years. Member: S. A. A., 1880; A. N. A., 1905; N. A., 1906; S. IV. A.; Nat. Inst. 
A. L. Honors: Medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; honorable mention, Paris 
Salon, 1895; silver medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. Instructor in Cin- 
cinnati Academy of Fine Arts. 

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SCULPTORS AND MEDALISTS 

DUVENECK, FRANK (Continued) 

Member of the International Jury of .Inwards, Panama-Paiific International Exposition, 
San Francisco, 1915. 

AiL-arded a special commemorative medal by the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 
San Francisco, 1913. 

3913. Memorial: Elizabeth Booth Duveneck. 
Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

EBERLE. ABASTENIA ST. LEGER 

Born irebster City, loiva, 1S7S. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y.; George Grey Barnard. 

Member: N. S. S.; Union Inter, des Beaux-Arts. Honors: Bronze medal, Louisiana 

Purchase Exposition, IQ04; Barnett prize, N. .1 . D., igio. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1913. 
2306. Bacchanale. 3055. Rag Time. 

3050. Little Mother. 3056. Slumber. 

3051. Dancing in Avenue A. 3057. Girl Skipping Rope. 

3052. Mother Bathing Child. 3058. Solitude. 

3053. The Windv Door Step. 3059. Rag Picker. 

3054. The Little Brother. 3060. Sponge Bath. 

ELLERHUSEN. ULRICH H. 

Born ll'aren, Germany, iSyg. Studied: Art Institute, Chicago: A. S. L. of N. Y.; Cooper 
Union, Neiu York. Honors: Borglum prize ($125.00), A. S. L., igoi); medal for compo- 
sition, Cooper Union, igro. 

1384. Relief on Ludeke Monument. 3938. Buffalo — Gone! 

FAIRBANKS, AVARD 

Born Provo, Utah, iHijy. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y. and Beaux-.irts in Paris. Honors: 
Tzi'o scholarships at the A. S. L. Honorable mention, A. S. L., for sculpture and compo- 
sition, 1<)I4. 

3096. Old Bill Keddington. 3573. The Baby. 

FARNHAM, SALLY JAMES 

Born Ogdensburg, N. Y. 
3694. Cave Women. 

FENTON, BEATRICE 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 18S7. Studied: School of Industrial Art and P. A. F. A. Honors: 
George B. McClellan anatomy prize, 19O/ ; Edmund Steicardson prize for sculpture, 
P. A. F. A., 190S; Cresson traveling scholarships. P. A. F. A., igog and jgjo. 
Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igly. 
2862. Peter Moran. 3690. Caroline. 

Lent by the Art Club of Phila- Lent by Gustavus Remak, Jr., 

delphia. Esq. 

3104. Marjorie D. Martenet. 

FLANAGAN, JOHN 

Born ,\'e-ivark. A. J., lS6_^. Studied ivith Bartlett in Boston: with Saint Gaudens in Nfw 
York; Julian Academy under Chapu and Ecole des Beaux-.irts under Falguiere in Paris. 
Member: A. N. A., igii ; N. S. S. Honors: Silver medal, Paris Exposition, igoo; silver 
medal, Pan-,4merican Exposition, Buffalo, igoi; silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Expo- 
sition, ign.j. 
Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igij. 

1636. Portrait Medallion No. 7. 1643. Captain Henry Rostron: Reverse. 

1637. Captain Henry Rostron: Obverse. 1644. Edward Guthrie Kennedy: Reverse. 

1638. Edward Guthrie Kennedy: Obverse. 1645. Medal: Essex Agricultural Society of 

1639. Medal: Essex Agricultural Society of Massachusetts: Obverse. 

Massachusetts: Reverse. 1646. The Delver. 

1640. Ethel. 1669. Portrait Plaque No. 2. 

1641. Walt Whitman. 1670. Portrait Medallion No. 5. 

1642. Barr Ferree. 1671. Portrait Medallion No. 4. 

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FLANAGAN, JOHN (Continued) 

1672. Medal; Massachusetts Horticultural 

Society: Obverse. 

1673. Medal: The Pennsylvania Society. 

Reverse. 

1674. Maud Doering. 

1675. Phoebe Apperson Hearst. 

1676. Agnes Lane, Phoebe Apperson Hearst 

and Anne Drucilla Apperson. 

1677. Medal: Massachusetts Horticultural 

Society: Reverse. 
X678. Medal: The Pennsylvania Society: 
Obverse. 

1679. Portrait Medallion No. 3. 

1680. Portrait Medallion No. 6. 

1681. Frederick James Gregg. 

1682. Medallion Portrait No. 1. 



1683. Andre Saglio. 

1684. Hudson-Fulton Medal: Reverse. 

1685. Wilson Nesbit Benson. 

1686. Portrait Plaque No. 1. 

1687. Medal: The Numismatic and Anti- 

quarian Society of Philadelphia. 

1688. Daniel Garrison Brinton. 

1689. Medal: The Academy of Natural 

Sciences of Philadelphia: Obverse. 

1690. Medal: The Academy of Natural 

Sciences of Philadelphia: Reverse. 

1691. Medallion. 

1692. Tolstoy. 

1693. Medallion Portrait No. 2. 

1694. Hudson-Fulton Medal: Obverse. 

1695. Hortense Leonore Mitchell. 



ERASER, JAMES EARLE 

Born It'inona, Minn., 1S76. Studied with Falguiere in Paris. Member: N. S. S.; .4. N. .4., 
IQ12. Honors: First prize, Paris .4. A. A., 1898; medal, Edison competition, igo6. 
Gold medal, for Sculpture, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, IQIj. 
Gold medal, for Medals, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igiS- 



1610. David Barnard Ericson. 

1611. Medallion No. 2. 

1612. Pan-American Exposition Medal of 

Honor: Reverse. 

1613. Portrait Plaque No. 3. 

1614. Chicken. 

1615. Medallion No. 1. 

1616. Pan-American Exposition Medal of 

Honor: Obverse. 

1617. Portrait Plaque No. 2. 

1618. Plaque: Flora and Sonnv-Boy Whitney. 

1619. Medal No. 1. 



1620. Portrait Plaque No. I. 

1621. Plaque. 

1622. Medal No. 2. 

1623. Medal No. 3. 

1624. Plaque. 

1625. Horatio Hathaway Brewster. 
3105. Flora and Sonny Whitney. 
3115. Portrait Bust. 

3127. Portrait Study. 

3128. Bust of J. E. C. 

3130. Portrait of C. Whitney. 
4385. Portrait of J. G. 



FRAZEE. JOHN 

Born in Rahivay, N. J., 1790; died in Crompton Mills, R I., 1852. Self-taught. Called 
incorrectly the first sculptor of American birth and parentage, an honor belonging to 
William Rush. 

2806. Bust of John Frazee. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 

FRENCH, DANIEL CHESTER 

Born Exeter, A'. H., 1830. Studied ivith If'm. Rimmer, Boston: J. O. -■/. Ward in Kevi 
York; Thomas Ball in Florence. Member: A. A". A., 1901; X. S. S. (lion, pres.) ; S. A. A., 
1SS2; N. Y. Arch. Lg., 1890; A. I. A. (cor.), 1896: Academy San Luca, Rome; Nat. 
Inst. A. L.; Am. Acad. A. L. Member Nat. Commission of Fine .4rts since 1910. Honors: 
Third class medal, Paris Salon, 1S93; medal of honor, Paris Exposition, 1900. 
Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1986. Study of a Head. 4549. Earle Dodge Memorial: Princeton 

3125. Alice Freeman Palmer Memorial. Student. 

4545. Lincoln. Lent by Princeton University. 
Lent by the State of Nebraska. 

FRISHMUTH, HARRIET W. 

Born Philadelphia, 1S80. Studied with Rodin and Injalbert in Paris. Member: N. S. S. 
Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3047. Young Girl with Fish: A Fountain. 4523. Saki: A Sun Dial. 



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FROMEN, AGNES VALBORG 

Born Waldernasvili, S^ifden, i86S. Studied: A. I. C, Chicago. Honors: The Mrs. 

Shaffer prize; prize at Swedish Exhibition; second and third prizes for the frieze for the 

Illinois Slate Building; prize Municipal Art League, Chicago, I<)I2. 
2248. The Last of His Tribe. 

FRY, SHERRY EDMUNDSON 

Born Creston, lonxa, iSyg. Studied: ./. /. C. under Taft; MacMonnies in Paris. Member: 

N. S. S.; N. Y. Arch. Lg.; A'. ./. Honors-' Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1906; medal. 

Salon, 190S; Amer. Acad, at Rome scholarship, igoS-ii. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igi^. 
3278. Chief Mahaska. 4477. Peace: Fountain Figure. 

GAENSSLEN, OTTO ROBERT 

Born Chicago, iSy6. Studied luith A. Chatain, Carl Marr and J. P. Laurens. Member: 
Paris A. .4. .4.; Chicago S. .4. Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1906. 

3044. Youth. 

GANIERE, GEORGE ETIENNE 

Born Chicago, lS6^. Studied: .1. I. C. Honors: Shaffer prize, highest award for 
ideal sculpture, .4rt Institute, Chicago, igog; first, second and third prizes in State com- 
petition for design for prize for Illinois Building at San Francisco. Member: Chicago 
Society Artists, .4rt Institute Alumni Association. 

3107. Head of Lincoln. 

GELERT, JOHANNES 

Born Nybel, Prussia, lS^2: came to United States, 1887. Studied: Royal Academy of Fine 
Arts in Copenhagen. Member: N. S. S.; N. Y. Arch. Lg., iSgS. Honors: Scholarship 
from Danish Government for study in Italy, 1882-8$; gold medal, Nashville Exposition, 
jSgy; gold medal, .1. C. Phila., JSgg; honorable mention, Paris Exposition, igoo ; honor- 
able mention, Pan-.Imerican Exposition, Buffalo, igoi ; gold medal, A. .1. S., ig02. 

1602. Denmark Medal: Reverse. 2602. Evening Prayer. 

1603. Denmark Medal: Obverse. 3939. Theseus Courting Ariadne. 

GRAFLY, CHARLES 

Born Philadelphia, 1S62. Studied with Eakins in Philadelphia; Chapu and Dampt in 
Paris. Member: N. S. S.; A. N. A., igo2; N. A., igos; N. Y. Arch. Lg., igo2 ; Nat. 
Inst. A. L. Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Salon, l8gi; honorable mention. Temple 
trust fund, P. A. F. A., i8g2; medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, iSgs; silver medal, 
.Itlanta Exposition, iSg^; gold medal of honor, P. A. F. A., T8gg ; gold medal, Paris 
Exposition, igoo; gold medal, Pan-.4merican Exposition, Buffalo, igoi; gold medal, 
Charleston Exposition, ig02 ; grand prize, Buenos Aires Exposition, igio. 
Member of the International Jury of Avsards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 
San Francisco, 1915. 
2509. Maidenhood. 2563. William M. Paxton. 

2558. Edward W. Redfield. 3086. Marble Head. 

2559. Joseph R. De Camp. 3099. The Oarsman. 

2560. Edwin Swift Clvmer. 3863. George Harding. 

2561. The Entomologist. 3864. W. Elmer Schofield. 

Lent by Henry L. Viereck, Esq. 3867. The Surgeon. 

2562. Thomas P. Anshutz. Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 

Lent by The Pennslyvania Acad- of the Fine Arts. 

emy of the Fine Arts. 4489. The Pioneer Mother. 

GRIMES, FRANCES 

Born Bracevilte, Ohio. Studied: Pratt Inst, in Brooklyn; studios of Herbert .'Idams and 

Saint Gaudens. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igi^. 

1380. Mrs. C. H. Crane. 1443. Arthur Whiting. 

1439. Joseph Parsons. 3106. Rex Fincke, Jr. 

1440. Mrs. Joseph Parsons. 3113. Miss Pearmain. 

1441. Mrs. George Parsons. 3129. Ralph Pulitzer, Jr. 

1442. George Goodyear, Esq. 



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KARVEY, ELI 

Born Ogden, Ohio, i860. Studied: Cincinnati Academy under Lentz, Noble and Rebisso; 
Julian Academy in Paris under Lefebvre; Constant and Doucet; Delacluse Academy 
under Delance and Callot, and Fremiet at the Jardin des Plantcs. Member: N. S. S.; 
N. Y. Arch. Lg., 1903; A. S. Honors: First class gold medal for painting, Paris-Province 
Exposition, igoo; IFanamaker prize for sculpture, Paris A. A. A., 1900; bronze medal for 
sculpture, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, igoi. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igi}. 

1382. Lion Combating. 2882. Adonis: Greyhound Recumbent. 

1383. Lioness Combating. 3566. American Elk. 

1696. Adonis: Young Greyhound. 3816. Rex: Lion with Antelope. 

2875. Maternal Provisions. 4463. Lion of the Desert. 

HEBER, CARL AUGUSTUS 

Born Stuttgart, Germany, JS74. Studied •with Taft in Chicago. Member: N. S. S. 

Honors: Bronze medal, St. Louis Exposition, IQ04. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
4519. Bondage. 
HERING, HENRY 

Born Keiu York, 1S74. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y.; Beaux-.lrts, Paris, and zuith .lugustus 

Saint Gaudens. 

Bronze medal, for Sculpture, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igiy. 

Silver medal, for Medals, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
1375. Portrait Relief: Mr. Evarts Tracy. 1556. Huntington Walcott Jackson. 

1381. Portrait Relief: Mrs. Tracy Dows. 1557. Charles Albert Coffin. 

1385. Portrait Relief: Stephen H. Olin. 1558. Medal: American Institute of Archi- 

1549. Mode! for Scarsdale Golf and Country tects: Obverse. 

Club Medal: Obverse. 1559. Alice Olin Dows and Stephen Olin 

1550. Stephen Henry Olin: Obverse. Dows. 

1551. Evarts Tracy. 1560. Stephen Henry Olin: Reverse. 

1552. Medal: American Institute of Archi- 1561. Model for Scarsdale Golf and Country 

tects: Reverse. 2346. Bust of Augustus Saint Gaudens. 

1553. Medal: Panama-Pacific International 3097. Memory. 

Exposition. 3100. Devotion. 

1554. Scarsdale Golf and Country Club 3119. Courage. 

Medal: Obverse. 3122. Peace. 

1555. Scarsdale Golf and Country Club 3276. Running Diana. 

Medal: Reverse. 3277. L'Allegro. 

HILL, CLARA 

Born Massachusetts. Studied iiilh Augustus Saint Gaudens; Julian .Icademy under 
Fuech, and Colarossi Academy under Injalbert in Paris. Honor: Grand prize, Seattle 
Exposition, 1C)0C). 

1604. Frederick Bruce Kelham. 

HOARD, MARGARET 

Born loua. Studied: Teachers' College; Columbia University; A. S. L. of N. Y. Honors: 
Saint Gaudens scholarship; Art Students' League; Automne Salon, 1914. Member: Art 
Students' League; Union Internationale des Beaux-.Irts et des Lettres. 
Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191$. 

2247. The Old Woman. 3137. Eve. 

HOFFMAN, MALVINA 
Born in Nev; York. 
Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition. San Francisco, 191$. 

2872. Russian Bacchanale. 2879. Russian Dancers. 

2873. Orientals: Pavlowa and Novikoff. 3691. Portrait Bust: Bonarius Grimson. 

HOLLISTER, ANTOINETTE B. 

Born Chicago. Studied: A. I. C; Paris, <with M. Rodin and M. Injalbert. Exhibited 

in Salon, Paris, 19O/. 

Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191 j. 
3396. Bavarian Peasant Mother and Child. 



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HOLM, VICTOR S. 

Born Copenhagen. Denmark, lS/6. Studied: A. I. C. under Lorado Tafl; Philip Mar- 
tiny in Ne-ii; Yort. Member: S. IV. A. (Assoc); Nat'l Sculpture Society. Honors: 
First prize. Artists' Guild, St. Louis, 1914. 
Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3S23. Edmund H. Wuerpel, Esq. partment of Fine Arts, Louisiana Pur- 

4480. Halsey C. Ives, Esq., Director: De- chase Exposition. 

4512. Prima Mater. 

HOVENDEN, MARTHA M. 

Born Plymouth Meelini;. Pa., 1SS4. Studied iiith Charles Grafly ; P. A. F. A., and H. A. 
MacXeil, A. S. L. of N. Y. 

4154. Girl and Kitten: Sundial. 

HUMPHRISS, CHARLES HARRY 

Born England, lS6~. Studied in London. Member: A'. S. S. 
3193. Indian Hunter. 

HYATT, ANNA VAUGHAN 

Born Cambridge, Mass., lS/6. Studied idth Henry H. Kilson in Boston: H. A. MacNeil 
in Ne<w York. Member: N. S. S Honors: Bronze medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposi- 
tion, 1004; third class medal, Paris Salon, igio; honorable mention. Salon, igod-icfll. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, i^ij. 
918. Fighting Elephants. 3571. Tiger Group. 

2512. Lion and Lioness Group. 3580. Winter Group. 

2979. L'Orage. 3581. Jaguar Reaching. 

3042. Colts in a Storm. 4520. Great Dane. 

3049. Eight-Horse Group. 4521. Great Dane. 

JAEGERS, ALBERT 

Born Elbcrfeld. Germany, 1S6S. Self-taught. Member: X. S. S.; N. Y. Municipal A. S. 

Honors: Bronze medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904. 

Bronze medal. Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
3569. Portrait: Uncle Joe Cannon. 
JOHNSON, GRACE MOTT 

Born, New York, 1882. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y. 
1396. Chimpanzees. 3339. Greyhound. 

3334. Cliimpanzee. 3342. Goat. 

KANNO, GERTRUDE BOYLE 

Born San Francisco, j8yS. Studied: Cogsicell College: Cal. School of Mechanical .4rt; 
Mark Hopkins Institute of Art. Honors: Gold medals. Slate Fair and Seattle, Pacific- 
Yukon; scholarship, Mark Hopkins. 

3109. Head of William Keith. 3111. Takeshi Kanno. 

KEMEYS, EDWARD S. 

Born Savannah, Ga., 1843; died Georgetown, Washington, D. C, l^oy. Studied: New 
York schools. Employed in the civil engineer corps of Central Park, N. Y., after serving 
in the Civil War. 
1513. Buffalo and Wolves. 3352. Peacock and Sleeping Rabbit. 

2925. Battle of the Bulls. Lent by the Art Institute of 

Lent bv the Art Institute of Chicago. 

Chicago. 3354. Wolf at Bay. 

3348. While the Mother Sleeps: Female Lent by the Art Institute of 

Jaguar with Cubs. Chicago. 

Lent by the Art Institute of 3357. Mad Panther. 

Chicago. Lent bv the Art Institute of 

3349. Lion No. 947. Chicago. 

Lent by the Art Institute of 3359. Deer with Large Antlers: Standing. 

Chicago. Lent by the Art Institute of 

3351. A Mountaineer: Rocky Mountain Sheep. Chicago. 

3815. Fighting Panther and Deer. 

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KENDALL, SERGEANT 

Born Spuyten Duyvil, N. >'., 1869. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y.; Eakins in Philadelphia; 
Ecole des Beaux-Arts and Merson in Paris. Member: S. A. A,, 189S ; A. N. A., igoi ; 
N. A., W05; Nat. Inst. .4. L. Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1S91 ; medal, 
Columbian Exposition, Chicago, iSgs; Lippincott prize, P.A.F..4., 1S94; honorable men- 
tion, Tennessee Centennial Exposition, Nashville, iSgy ; second prize, If^orcester Museum, 
igoo; bronze medal, Paris Exposition, igoo; bronze medal, C. I. Pittsburgh, igoo; second 
prize, Worcester Museum, IQOI ; silver medal for painting, bronze medal for drawing and 
honorable mention for sculpture, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, igoi; Shaw prize, 
S. A. A., igoi; Shaw Fund purchase, S. A. A., igo.l; gold medal, Louisiana Purchase 
Exposition, igo4: Isidor medal, N. A. D., igo8; Harris prize, .1. I. C, 1908; Palmer 
gold medal, A. I. C, igio. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igij. 

2463. Elisabeth. 2465. Quest. 

2464. Breton Girl. 

KIMBALL, ISABEL MOORE 

Born ICentworih, Iowa. Studied with Herbert .4dams. 

1412. Portrait Plaquette. 
1416. Portrait Medallion. 

KNIGHT, CHARLES ROBERT 

Born Brooklyn, N. Y., 1S74. Studied with Brush and DuMond; A. S. L. of N. Y.; Metro- 
politan .Irt School. 

4464. Kodiak Bear. 4471. Leaping Tiger. 

4469. Polar Bear. 

KONTI, ISIDORE 

Born rienna, .4ustria, iS6j. Studied: Imperial Academy in Vienna under Ilelmer and 
Kundmann. Came to the United States in iSgj. Member: N. S. S.; N. Y. .4rch Lg., 
igoi; A. N. A., igoi; N. .4., igoj. Honor: Gold medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposi- 
tion, 1904. 
809. Surprise. 3620. Immortalitv of Genius. 

3398. Solace. 3621. Dying Melodies. 

3574. Scherzo. 4538. Wood Nymph. 

KRATINA, JOSEPH 

Born in Prague, Bohemia, iS~3. Member of the Societe des Arts Decoratifs, Paris. 
4467. Genius: Head of Baby. 

KRUPKA, JOSEPH 

Born Rychnov, Bohemia, iSSo. Studied: Vienna, Prague, Moscow, New York. Honor: 
Suydam medal, .4cademy of Design, N. Y. 

2513. Kiss of the Oceans. 

LADD, ANNA COLEMAN 

Born Philadelphia, iS/S. Studied in Paris and Rome, and with Grafiy. 

Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igi}. 
1376. A Roman Lady. 4466. The Sword. 

3579. Sleeping Furies. 4475. Wind and Spray. 

3582. High Tide: Low Tide. 4509. Rock and Flower Group for PooL 

3688. Winged Head. 4514. Triton Babies. 

3695. The Human Instrument. 4515. Water Sprites. 

4043. Eleanora Duse. 4516. Sun-God and Python. 

LAESSLE, ALBERT 

Born Philadelphia, iSyy. Studied: Spring Garden Inst., Drexel Inst., P. A. F. A. and 

Charles Grafiy. Honors: Stewardson prize and Cresson traveling scholarship, P. A. F. .4., 

1904; bronze medal, Buenos Aires, igio. 

Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igi^. 
2508. Chanticleer. 3138. The Bronze Turkev. 

2510. Kingfisher. 3210. The Squirrel. 

2511. Fantail Pigeon. 3211. The Hunter. 

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LAESSLE, ALBERT (Continued^ 

3213. Young Turtle. 3220. An Outcast. 

3213. Locust and Pine Cone. 3221. Frog and Katydid. 

3214. King Crab and Beetle. 3222. The Contented Hop-toad. 

3215. Blue-eyed Lizard. 3223. The Source. 

3216. Turtle and Prey. 3224. Turtle and Snail. 

3217. Repletion. 3225. Heron and Fish. 

3218. Turning Turtle. S226. The Old Bullfrog. 

3219. The First Step. 

LEE, ARTHUR 

Ilonorahlc mention, Panama-Pacific Iiitet national Exposition, San Francisco, li)IS 
3098. The Virgin. 3121. The Nigger. 

Lent by Mrs. Harry Payne Whit- 
ney. 
LICHTENAUER, J. MORTIMER ' 

Born .Vciii York, lSy6. StuiiieJ luith Mov.hray in .\'ci-j York; Merson and Laurens in 
Paris. Member: N. Y. Arch. Lff., 1902; Mural P.; .4. S. L. of N. Y. Honors: Presi- 
dent's prize. A'. Y. .-ircli. Lg , 1903 and 1907. 
3332. Statuette. 

LONGMAN, EVELYN BEATRICE 

Horn Winchester, Ohio, 1874. Studied: A. I. C. under Taft; French in Netv York. 
Member: N. S. S.; A. N. A., 1909. Honors: Silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Expo- 
sition, 1904. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

282. Female Torso. 4049. Head of Bacchante. 

283. Female Torso. 4527. L' .Amour. 

LUKEMAN, AUGUSTUS 

Born Richmond, la., lH/O. Studied ivith Launt Thompson and D. C. French in Neiv 
York; Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, under Falguiere. Member: A', y. Arch. Lg., 1S98; 
N. S. S.; A. ,\'. A., 1909. Honor: Bronze medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904. 

3331. Diana. 

McCARTAN, E. 

2978. Pan. 

MacINTOSH, WILLIAM W. 

Born West Philadelphia, Pa. Studied: P. A. F. A., and r.ith Eakins and Chase. 
1630. Portrait of Mrs. L. C. M. 

McKENZIE, R. TAIT 

Born .'Ihnonte, Out , Canada, 1S67. 

Honorable mention. Panama-Pacific International Exposition. San Francisco, 191$. 
4550. The Young Franklin. 

MacNEIL, CAROL BROOKS 

Born Chicago, iS/i. Studied: A . I. C. under Lorado Taft: MacMonnies and Injalbert in 
Paris. Member: N. S. S., N. Y. Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Exposition, 1900; 
bronze medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904. 
281. Betty. 3285. Farewell to the Fairies. 

3I9I. First Lesson. 3619. The Wave. 

MacNEIL, HERMON A. 

Born Everett, Mass., 1S66. Studied: Mass. Normal .Irt School in Boston; luith Chapu 
at Julian .Icademy and Falguiere at Ecole des Beaux-.lrts in Paris. Member: N. S. S. 
(ex-pres.) ; A. N. A., 1905; N. A., 1906; S. A. A., 1901; A'. Y. Arch. Lg., 1902; N. A. C; 
Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: Rinehart Roman scholarship, 1S96-1900; designer's medal, 
Columbian Exposition, Chicago, JS9.I; silver medal, Atlanta Exposition, 189s: silver 
medal, Paris Exposition, 19(10; gold medal, Pan-.-l merican Exposition, Buffalo, 1901 : gold 
medal, Charleston Exposition, 1902; commemorative gold medal, Louisiana Purchase Ex- 
position, 1904; commemorative medal, Jens.ish Settlement in .Imerica; gold medal, Buenos 
Aires Exposition, 1910. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191 j. 

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MacNEIL. HERMON A. (Continued) 

1599. Pan-American Medal of Award: Re- 1608. Medal of Honor: Architectural League 

verse. of New York : Obverse. 

1600. Pan-American Medal of Award: Ob- 3279. Incoming Wave. 

verse. 3280. Girl with Young Satyr. 

1607. Medal of Honor: Architectural League 
of New York : Reverse. 

MANATT, WILLIAM WHITNEY 

Born Granville. Ohio, 1S75. Studied iL-ith Saint Gaudens at .V. S. L. of N. Y. 
3343. Nymph. 

MANOR, FLORENCE 

Born Santa Cruz. Cal., iSSl. Honor: Gold medal, Alaska-Yukon Exposition, 190^. 
4389. The Florence Madonna. 

MANSHIP, PAUL 

Born St. Paul. Minn., jSS6. Studied: St. Paul Art School; P. A. F. A.; three years' fel- 
loivship at the American Academy in Rome. Honors: Helen Foster Burnett prize for 
sculpture, N. A. D., New York. 19IS: IVidener gold medal, P. A. F. A., 1914. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

4048. Satyr and Sleeping Nymph. 4081. Portrait of a Baby. 

4077. Little Brother. 4082. Centaur and Dryad. 

4078. Lvric Muse. 4083. Portrait Statuette. 

4079. Indian Hunter. 4084. Playfulness. 

4080. Prong-horn Antelope. 4085. Spring Awakening. 

MAZUR, WLADYSLAW 

Born Zaslo, Poland, iSy^. Studied: Vienna. Societaire, Salon d'Autumne Paris, 11)04. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, I915. 
1389. Portrait. 4388. Motherless. 

1394. Coquetry. 

MEARS, HELEN FARNSWORTH 

Born Oslikosh, It'is., iS/6. Studied: Xeiv York and Paris. Member: N. S. S. Honors: 
Prize ($500) from Mihiaukee Women's Club, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; 
silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904. 
Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igij. 

1387. Portrait of My Mother. 

MILLER, JOSEPH MAXWELL 

Born Baltimore, iS//. Studied: Maryland Inst. School of .-Irt and Design; Rinehart 
School of Sculpture and Charcoal Club in Baltimore; Julian Academy in Paris under 
P'erlet. Member: N. S. S. Honors: Gold medal of honor, Maryland Inst, of Art Design, 
iSQ/ ; Rinehart scholarship to Paris, IQOO-Oy. Honorable mention, Paris Salon, IQ02; 
silver medal. Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904. 
Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, IQI^. 

1447. Portrait Heads: Obverse. 1454. Jubilee Medal: James, Cardinal Gib- 

1448. Portrait Heads: Reverse. bons: Obverse. 

1451. William Sidney Thayer. 1455. Jubilee Medal: James, Cardinal Gib- 

bons: Reverse. 
MORA, JOSEPH JACINTO 

Born Montevideo, Uruguay, 18/6. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y.; N. Y. Art School, under 

Chase ; Covsles Art School in Boston. 

Member of the International Jury of Aiuards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 

San Francisco, 191$. 
2153. Scratching a Twister. 3085. Moki Mana. 

2869. Chochonee. 3087. Old Moki. 

2877. The Moki Hairdresser. 3635. Esoah. 

MOTT-SMITH, MAY 

Born Honolulu, Haivaii. Studied: Colarossi Academy under Courtois, Van IVeyden, 

Garridos, T. Spicer-Simson. 
1415. Diana. 



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SCULPTORS AND MEDALISTS 

MULLER, OLGA POPOFF 

Born Long Island City, iSS,^. Studied: Pctrograd, Munich, Paris. Honors: Medal of 

honor, If'omen Artists, Paris; honorable mention, Academy, Chicago; first sculptural 

prize. Association of If'omen Painters and Sculptors, AVw York. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2864. Meditation. 4529. Centaur. 

3570. Head of Breton. 4534. Idyl. 

4495. Primitive Man. 

NEILSEN, M. P. 

1395. Double Medallion: Louis and Hannah 
Sclioenfeld. 

NOQUET, PAUL 

Born Brussels, iSyy ; died, igo6. Studied in the Brussels Art School under Jean Por- 
taels. In igoo he entered the annual sculpture competition in Belgium and luon the "Prix 
Godecharle" scholarship of Rome. He also studied in Paris, sculpture <with Mercie and 
painting ivith Gerome. Came to America in igoj. He ivas a dauntless and able aero- 
naut, and died in the marshes of Long Island, into ivhich his balloon had fallen after 
one of the most remarkable flights ever made. 
327. Endless Grief. 4494. Soldier of Marathon. 

3583. Despair. Lent by Gutzon Borglura, Esq. 

3585. Weeping Man. 

O'DONOVAN, WILLIAM R. 

Born Preston Co., I'a., 184.). Member: A. N. A., 187S ; N. Y. Arch. Lg. 
4045. Bust of Dr. Talcott Williams. 

Lent by Dr. Talcott Williams. 

PAINE, ROBERT T. 

Born Valparaiso, Ind., lS6g. Studied <zvith Augustus Saint Gaudens. 

Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
4510. Fountain for Public Garden. 

PARSONS, EDITH BARRETTO 

Born in I'irginia. Studied: A. S. L. of A'. Y. Honors: Scholarship at A. S. L. and com- 
petitive prizes. 
4498. Fountain: Duck Baby. 

PARTRIDGE, WILLIAM ORDWAY 

Born Paris, 1S61. Studied: EUi'ell in Nevu York; Pio ll'elonski in Rome. Member: 
N. S. S.; A. I. A. (cor.). 

Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igiS- 
3194. Bust of Dr. Weir Mitchell. 

PATIGIAN, HAIG 

Born in California, 1876. Studied ivith Marquette in Paris. Member: Societe des Artistes 

Francais. 

.Member of the International Jury of Aivards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 

San Francisco, igiS- 
3093. Mrs. C. Frederick Kohl. 4476. Diana. 

3095. John Keith, Esq. 4524. Apollo Hunting. 

3133. Vanity. 

PERRY, R. HINTON 

Born j\ew York, 1S70. Studied •u.ith Gerome, Delance, Callot, Chapu and Puech in 

Paris. Member: iV. S. S.; N. Y. Arch. Lg., iSgS; N. A. C. 
4501. Daughter of Pan. 
PICCIRILLI, ATTILIO 

Born Massa, Italy, J866. Studied: Academia San Luca, Rome. Came to U. S. iSSS. 

Member: N. Y. Arch Lg., igoi; N. S. S.; A. N. A., igog. Honors: Bronze medal, 



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PICCIRILLI, ATTILIO (Continued) 

Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposi- 
tion, 1904. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 79/5. 

2097. Head of a Girl. 3826. Fragment of a Statue. 

2098. Head of a Boy. 3827. Fragment of a Statue. 
3132. A Soul. 4497. A Faun's Toilet. 
3136. Mater Consolatrix. 4533. An Outcast. 

3564. Head Portrait. 

PICCIRILLI, FURIO 

Born Massa, Italy, 1868. Studied: Academia San Luca, Rome. Came to United States 
iSSS. Member: N. S. S. Honors: Honorable mention, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 
looi; silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904. 
Silver inedal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
4536. Eurvdice. 4537. Young Mother and Child. 

PIETRO, C. S. 

Born Palermo, 1886. Studied in Rome. Honors: Scholarship for study in Rome. 
Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, I<)IS. 
4505. Mother of the Dead. 

PIETZ, ADAM 

Born Offenbaclt-on-Main, Germany, iS/'J. Studied: P. .1. F. .1.; .-Irt Institute, Chicago. 

1377. Louis G. Heinze. 1606. Helen. 

1601. Stephen Girard. 1609. Maurits Leefson. 
1605. Dorothy. 
POLASEK, ALBIN 

Born Frenstat, Moravia, iSyg. Studied: P. .4. F. A. Honors: IVilliam E. Cresson 

traveling scholarship, igoy-igog. Prix de Rome, igio. Honorable mention, Paris 

Salon, igis. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igi}. 

280. Maternal Love. 4044. Aspiration. 

284. Portrait of a Baby. 4488. Portrait of a Boy. 

286. Fantasy. 4499. The Maiden of the Roman Campagna. 

2865. Portrait Bust of Frank D. Millet. 4530. The Sower. 
3737. Portrait Bust of Theodore N. Ely. 

POPE, ALEXANDER 

Born Boston, Mass., 1849. 
2603. Our Vanishing Wild Life. 

PORTNOFF, ALEXANDER 

Born Tomashpolt, Russia, i8Sy. Studied: P. .-I. F. .4. Honor: Cresson traveling schol- 
arship, 1913-13, P. A. F. A. 
Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3734. Portrait Bust. 

POWERS, HIRAM 

Born If'oodstock, I't , iSos; died at Florence, iS/S- He modeled and repaired ixiax figures 
in a museum at Cincinnati for seven years. Ifent to Washington in 183S, to model busts 
of celebrated men. He established himself in Florence in J8$7. 
3110. California. 

PRATT, BELA LYON 

Born Norivich, Conn , 1S67. Studied: Yale School of Fine Art under Niemeyer and 
H'eir; .4. S. L., Saint Gaudens, Elivell, Chase and Cox in A>w York; Ecote des Beaux- 
Arts in Paris under Falguiere and Chapu. Member: A'. 5. S.; A. N. A., J900; N. Y. 
Arch. Lg.; i\'at. Inst. .4. L. Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1897 ; silver medal, 
Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 
1904. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



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PRATT, BELA LYON (Continued) 

2836. Bust of Mrs. Pratt. 3966. Nathan Hale. 

3090. River Nymph. 3967. Study of a Young Girl. 

3126. Bust of My Mother. 396S. Lord Amherst. 

3960. Young Mother. 3969. St. Christopher. 

3961. Upstream and Downstream. 4511. Whaleman. 

3962. Echo. 452S. Boy with Fish. 

3963. The Butterfly. 4544. Large Relief No. 2. 

3964. Polo Player. 4551. Large Relief No. 1. 

3965. Edward Everett Hale. 

PROCTOR, A. PHIMISTER 

Born Bozanr/uit, Canada, lS63. Studied: N. A. D. and A. S. L. in Neiv York; Puech and 
Injalbert in Paris. Member: A. A'. A., igoj ; N. A., 1^04: S. A. A., iS<)5; A. If. C. S.; 
N. Y. Arch Lg., iSgg; N. S. S.; Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: Medal, Columbian Exposition, 
Chicago, lSc)S; Rinehart scholarship to Paris, l8Q3-igoo: gold medal, Paris Exposition, 
IQOO; gold medal for sculpture and bronze medal for painting, Louisiana Purchase Ex- 
position, 1904; X. Y. .4rch. Lg. medal, igii. 
Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, IQI5. 

925. Indian on Horse. 3527. Alaskan Brown Bear: Head. 

929. Lions. 3528. Silver King Fish. 

3521. Charging Elephant. 3529. Princeton I'iger. 9-inch Reduction. 

3522. Buffalo. 3530. Princeton Tiger. 22-inch Reduction. 

3523. American Horse. 3531. Faun: First Model. 

3524. Elk. 4478. American Bison. 

3525. Dog with Bone. 4542. American Bison. 

3526. Buffalo, Q. H. 

PUTNAM, ARTHUR 

Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3196. Indian and Puma. 3203. Little Cub Bear. 

3197. Skunked Wild Cat. 3204. Buffalo Hunt. 

3198. Sneaking Coyote. 3205. Coyote Head. 

3199. Leopard and Gnu. 3206. Crouching Wild Cat. 

3200. Combat. 3207. Two Pumas. 

3201. Tiger Love. 3208. Puma and Snake. 

3202. Resting Puma. 3209. Snarling Jaguar. 

PUTNAM, BRENDA 

Born Minneapolis, Minn., 1S90. Studied: Art Museum School, Boston; A. S. L. of .V. }'./ 
Corcoran School, Jf'ashington. 

2154. The Parting. 

QUINN, EDMOND T. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa. Studied •with Eakins in Philadelphia; Injalbert in Paris. Mem- 
ber: N. S. S. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
285. Audrey. 3829. Aspiration. 

311S. Edwin Markham, Esq. Lent bv Mrs. Henry W. Boettger. 

3192. Nymph. 4507. Nvmph: Garden Figure. 

3 568. Portrait of C. H. Chavant, Esq. 

RECCHIA, RICHARD H. 

Born Quincy, Mass., rSS^. Studied: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Mass.; Julien Acad- 
emy, Paris. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, igij. 

1374. Bas-relief Portrait: Bela L. Pratt. 3400. Golden Age, No. 2. 

1386. Bas-relief Portrait: H. E. Smith. 4546. Relief: Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 

1388. Bas-relief Portrait: F. C. Recchia. No. 2. 

1398. Bas-relief Portrait: George Guest. 4548. Relief: Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 

3399. Golden Age, No. 1. No. 1. 



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REMINGTON, FREDERIC 

Born Canton, N. Y., 1861. Died, igo<). Studied: Yale Art School one year. Member: 

Nat. Inst. A. L.; A. N. A. Honor: Silver medal for sculpture, Paris Exposition, iSSg. 
2976. Rattlesnake. 2977. Broncho Buster. 

2980. Cheyenne. 
RICHARDS, LUCY 

Born Laicrence, Mass. Studied: Boston Museum School; Keps in Dresden; Eustrich in 

Berlin; Julien Academy in Paris. 
3640. The Lilies: A Sun Dial. 

RISQUE, CAROLINE EVERETT 

Born St. Louis, Mo., 1S86. Studied: St. Louis School of Fine .4rts under Zolnay. 

Member: S. IF. A. 
2871. Mere Colaer. 2878. The Old One. 

2874. In the Morning. 2881. Josef. 

4513. Bird Fountain. 
ROTH, FREDERICK G. R. 

Born Brooklyn, iS/'S. Studied luith Hellmer and Meyerhelm in Vienna. Member: 

jX. S. S.; a. N. a., igo6; ff. A., 1906; N. Y. Arch. Lg., 1902; Nat. Inst. A. L. ; S. A. A., 

1903. Honors: Silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904; silver medal, Buenos 

Aires Exposition, 1910. 

Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2249. The Booklover. 2256. Equestrienne. 

2250. Polar Bear. 2257. Sea Lion. 

2251. Seal. 2258. The Baker. 

2252. Hippopotamus. 2259. The Candlestickmaker. 

2253. Calf. 2260. The Butcher. 

2254. Polar Bear. 3135. Polar Bear. 

2255. Tug of War. 4473. Sea Lions. 

RUMSEY. CHARLES CARY 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2383. Hound. 2388. Calf and Colt. 

2384. Horse and Man Drinking. 2389. Stone Bull. 

2385. Study for Centaur. . 2867. Hound Andirons. 

2386. Scratching Dog. 2868. Hound Andirons. 

2387. Lion Cub. 4532. Boyhood. 

RUSH, WILLIAM 

Born in Philadelphia, 1/^6; died in same city, /5.?.-f. First sculptor of American birth 
and parentage. Received instruction in clay modeling from Joseph {('right. Became 
kno<ivn as a carver of figureheads for ships, and later of busts of eminent persons. Served 
in the Revolutionary army. One of the founders P. A. F. .4. and Director until his death. 
2760. Bust of Lafayette. 2807. Bust of William Rush. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 

of the Fine Arts. of the Fine Arts. 

RYDEN, HENNING 

Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1592. Charles Dickens. 1596. Medal: American Institute of Chemical 

1593. Medal: Inauguration, 1913. Engineers. 

1594. Medal: The American Carnation 1597. The Dorner Memorial Medal. 

Society. 1598. The Horticultural Societv of Chicago. 
SAHLER, HELEN 

Born Carmel, N. Y., iS"-. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y. and Enid Yandell. 
3736. Head of a Boy. 

SAINT GAUDENS, ANNETTA JOHNSON (Continued^ 

Born Flint, Ohio. Studied: Columbus Art School; A. S. /.., A^. Y. Honors: Scholarship 
Columbus Art School; scholarship A. S. L., N. Y.; sculpture prize, 1913, IVoman Painters 
and Sculptors Exhibition. 
Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915 

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SAINT GAUDENS. ANNETTA JOHNSON 

1390. Edward and John Lancaster Burling. 2929. Bedtime. 

1400. Carlota Saint-Gaudens. 3089. Louis Johnson. 

1409. Medallion: Baby. 3112. Paul Saint-Gaudens. 

1456. Medallion: L. St. G. 

SAINT GAUDENS, AUGUSTUS 

Horn in Dublin, Ireland, iS^/S; died at Cornish, N. H., 1907. He vjas brought to New 
York iL'hen six months old. Followed the profession of cameo-cutter. Studied at Cooper 
Institute, :S6i, and N. A. D., 1S65-66. Later studied in Paris under Francois Jouffroy; 
also worked in Rome; returned to New York in iS^j. 

4479. Seated Lincoln. 

Lent by the Lincoln Monument Fund. 

SAINT GAUDENS, LOUIS 

Born Nevj York, l8j4. Studied with his brother, .Augustus Saint Gaudens; Ecole des 
Beaux-.lrts in Paris. Member: N. S. S. Honor: Silver medal, Pan-American Expo- 
sition, Buffalo, igoi. 

1411. Franklin Medal. 3865. Infant's Head. 

1444. Medallion Portrait. 4481. Piping Pan. 

3689. Head of Ceres. 

SALVATORE, VICTOR D. 

Born Italy, iSS/. Studied with Charles Niehaus, H. .1. MacNeil and A. Phimister 
Proctor. Honors: Bronze medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, igo4. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 19IS. 

2347. Head of Old Lady. 3832. Seeking. 

3117. Study of a Young Girl. 4525. Youth. 

3 567. Study of Old Man. 

SAWYER, EDWARD WARREN 

Born Chicago, lS~6. Studied with l^erlet and Rodin in Paris. Honors: Bronze medal, 

Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904. 

Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 11)13. 

1562. Ba-Haw: Arapahoe. 1577. Be Me Tha. 

1563. Naiche: Apache. 1578. On Ah Shin Nin Nah. 

1564. Han-Ni-Ait. 1579. Tja Yo Ni. 

1565. Ne Aie Ta Ha Wa. 1580. Sota. 

1566. Esh Sha a Nish Is. 1581. Nob To L 



1567. Ho Tua Hwe Ko Mas. 

1568. Ma Ki Na Ko. 

1569. Noco Te Mah. 

1570. Che Ho Ni. 

1571. Timbo. 

1572. Tab Do Ni Pper. 

1573. Ma Si Ni. 

1574. Be Sha E Chi E Di Esha. 

1575. Curlev: Custer Scout. 

1576. Esh Spa Di E Ash. 



1582. Est Jan Lopa. 

1583. Sunka Hanska. 

1584. Hunpe Ka. 

1585. Kah Wah Se. 

1586. See Hah. 

1587. Sab Cooh Ru Tu Ree Hoo. 

1588. Stab Pe U. 

1589. Pee Pe U. 

1590. Ne I So Meb. 

1591. To Wak Ohi Jim. 



SCHULENBURG, ADELE E. 

Born St. Louis, Mo., iSS^. Studied: Si. Louis School of Fine Arts under Zolnay: Seces- 
sion School in Berlin; Charles Grafly of Philadelphia. Honor: Bronze medal, Seattle 
Exposition. 

4155. Scrub Woman. 

SCHWEIZER, J. OTTO 

Born /Zurich, Switzerland, lS6j. Studied: 
1468. Fred Silcher. 
1471. Portrait of George Linden. 
1474. Portrait of the Artist's Mother. 



Dresden, Rome, Florence. 

1475. Alexander the Great. 

1478. Portrait of S. Weir Mitchell. 



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SCUDDER, JANET 

Born Terre Haute, Ind., J873. Studied: Cincinnati Art Academy luith Rebisso; Taft in 
Chicago; MacMonnies in Paris. Member: N. S. S.; N. A. C. Honors: Medal, Colum- 
bian Exposition, Chicago, iSgs; honorable mention, Sun Dial Competition, Neiv York, 
189S; bronze medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, IQ04; honorable mention, Paris Salon, 
igil. First American woman to have work bought for the Luxembourg, Paris. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1506. Fahnestock Medallion. 4387. Tortoise Fountain. 

2927. Shell Fountain. 4482. Flying Cupid. 

2981. Sea Weed Fountain. 4484. Young Pan. 

3046. Little Lady of the Sea. 4493. Fighting Boys. 

3190. Frog Fountain. 4522. Young Diana. 

SIMONS, AMORY C. 

Born Charleston, S. C, JS69. Studied: P. A. F. A.: Dampt and Puech in Paris. 
Honors: Honorable mention, Paris Exposition, igoo; honorable mention, Pan-American 
Exposition, Buffalo, jgoi ; silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904; honorable 
mention, Paris Salon, igo6. 
Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3572. Having a Hard Time. 3576. The Storm. 

3575. Mastiff Dogs. 

SNEDEN, ELEANOR ANTOINETTE 

Born New York, iS/6. Studied with Genevieve Granger in Paris. 
1410. Portrait of a Woman. 1414. Portrait of a Boy. 

SPICER-SIMSON, THEODORE 

Born Havre, France, 1871. Studied in Paris. Honors: First class medal, Brussels In- 
ternational Exhibition, igio; Ghent International Exhibition, igi2; Associate of the 
Societe Nationale des Beaux-Arts, igoi. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1480. Mrs. Edward Newell. 1490. Mrs. C. Dewey Hilles. 

1481. Public Welfare: Obverse. 1491. John B. White. 

1482. Public Welfare: Reverse. 1492. Captain Rostron. 

1483. Miss Hilda Schmidt. 1493. George F. Watts. 

1484. Mrs. F. S. James. 1494. George Meredith. 

1485. Ex-President William H. Taft. 1495. Alexander Agassiz. 

1486. Mrs. Daniel Fairchild. 1496. Admiral Sir Wilmot Hawfcsworth. 

1487. General Horace Porter. 1497. H. M. S. Good Hope: Reverse, Admiral 

1488. Mrs. F. T. Blakeman. Hawksworth. 

1489. Mrs. E. Mudocce and B. Edwards. 3092. Portrait of Miss Hilda. 

STACKPOLE. RALPH W. 

Born near Grants Pass, Oregon, iSSS- Studied: San Francisco Institute of Art, with A. 

Putnam and G. Piazzoni; Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris. 

Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
1987. Charles Frederick Holder. 3636. Mrs. Sloss and Children. 

2863. Nymph. 3692. Head of Louis Sloss, Jr. 

STERLING, LINDSEY MORRIS 

Born Mauch Chunk, Pa. Studied: Cooper Union; A. S. L. of N. Y.; Paris. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2876. Mischief. 4153. Fountain: Afraid. 

2880. Investigation. 4490. The Awakening. 

2883. Water Witch Girl. 

STEWARDSON, EDMUND AUSTIN 

Born in Philadelphia, 1S60; died in Newport, R. I., 1892. Studied: P. A. F. A. and Ecole 
des Beaux-.'lrts : also under A liar and Chapu. 
2837. Portrait of a Lady. 3341. Alexander Harrison. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 

of the Fine Arts. of the Fine Arts. 

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STORRS, JOHN 

Born in Chicago, 188$. Studitd ziil/i Charles Crafty, Paul ir. Bartlett, Auguste Rodin, 
Lorado Taft. 
4472. Marble Head. 

TAFT, LORADO 

Born Elmiuood, 111., i860. Studied: Ecole des Beaux-.-lrts in Paris under Dumont, Mon- 
naissieux and Thomas. Member: A'. S. S.; .4. N. .1., 1909; N. A., 1911; Nat. Inst. A. L.; 
Chicago S. A.; S. If. A.; Municipal Art Commission; A. I. A. (cor.), 1907. Honors: 
Designer's medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; silver medal, Pan-American 
Exposition, Buffalo, 1901 ; gold medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904; Montgomery- 
H'ard prize, .1. J. C, 1906. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, J915. 
4506. Fragment of Fountain of Time. 

USHER, LEILA 

Born Onolaska, iris., /SjO. Studied with Geo. T. Brewster in Cambridge, Mass.; A. S. L. 
in AVw York under Augustus Saint Gaudens; H. H. Kitson in Boston. Honor: Bronze 
medal, .Atlanta Exposition, 1S95. 
Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1457. William Austin Cannon. 1463. Susan B. Anthony: Reverse. 

1458. Robert Underwood. 1464. Girl of Palermo. 

1459. Adolf Kanitz. 1465. Maria Montessori. 

1460. Francis Adams Child. 1466. Charles Elliot Norton. 

1461. Bas-relief of a Child. 1467. Taorminese Girl. 

1462. Susan B. Anthony: Obverse. 

VONNOH, BESSIE POTTER 

Born St. Louis, Mo., iSy.\ Studied: A. I. C. under Taft. Member: N. S. S.; A. N. A., 
1906: Port. P. Honors: Second prize, Nashville Exposition, 1S97; bronze medal, Paris 
Exposition, IQOO; honorable mention, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 190 1 ; gold 
medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904. 
Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3061. Enthroned. 3069. The Scarf. 

3062. Good Night. 3070. Girl Dancing. 

3063. His First Journey. 3071. Motherhood. 

3064. Maidenhood. ' 3072. The Dance. 

3065. Youth. 3637. A Young Mother. 

3066. Grecian Draperies. 3912. Water Lilies. 

3067. Butterflies. 4392. The Intruder. 

3068. A Chance Acquaintance. 
WALTER, EDGAR 

Born in San Francisco. 1S/7. Studied: San Francisco Institute of Art; Paris with Cor- 
mon and Perrin. Honorable mention, Paris Salon. 

Honorable mention, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, J915. 
3139. Nymph and Bears. 

WARD, JOHN Q. A. 

Born Vrbana, Ohio, 18^0. Studied: H. K. Brown's studio, Brooklyn, N. Y. President 
N. A. D., 187.1; president N. S. S., 1896-1905. Member: Nat. Inst. A. L.; Arch. Lg. of 
N. Y.; honorary member of the Nat. Inst, of A.; received from the Architectural League, 
first gold medal of honor given to a sculptor. 
924. General Hancock. 2711. Norseman. 

2637. General Washington. 2712. Freedman. 

2638. Simon Kenton. 2928. Indian Hunter. 

2676. Pilgrim: A Sketch. 4541. Henry Ward Beecher. 

2677. Shakespeare. 

WARNER, OLIN 

Born in Suffield, Conn., 1S.14. Died in New York, 1896. Studied with Jouffroy, Falguiere, 
and Carpeaux. Became assistant to Carpeaux. Returned to United States and passed 
through many hardships while gaining recognition. Member: S. A. A. 



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Chief Moses: Sullu 
Bust of Col. Wood 

Lent by C. E. S. 
J. Alden Weir. 

Lent by C. E. S. 
The Spinner. 

Lent by C. E. S. 
Maude Morgan. 

Lent by C. E. S. 
Rosalie. 

Lent by C. E. S. 
Maude Morgan. 

Lent by C. E. S. 
Mr. Cottier. 

Lent by C. E. S. 
Dancing Nymph. 

Lent by C. E. S. 



■Tash-Kosha. 
Wood, Esq. 
Wood, Esq. 
Wood, Esq. 
Wood, Esq. 
Wood, Esq. 
Wood, Esq. 
Wood, Esq. 
Wood, Esq. 



WARNER, OLIN (Continued) 

1378. The Wood Children. 1437. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 2835. 

1397. Cupid and Psyche. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 2838. 

1399. Chief Joseph: Chief of the Nez Perce 

Indians: Medallion. 3281. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 

1425. Sabina. 3578. 

1426. Lot: Chief of the Spokanes. 

1427. Young Chief: Cayuse Indian. 3693. 

1428. Yatin-Ee-Ah-Witz: Chief of the 

Cayuses. 4050. 

1429. N-Cha-Ask-We : Chief of the Cayuses. 

1430. Nanny Moale Wood. 4468. 

1431. Seltice. 

1433. C. E. S. Wood. 4535. 
1435. Maxwell Wood. 

WASHBURN, MARY S. 

Born Star City, InJ., lS6S. 
Edward Sawyer. 

1432. The Philosopher. 

1434. The Infant. 

WEINERT, ALBERT 

Born Leipzig, Germany, 1863. Studied: Melc/ioir zur Strapen in Leipzig; V under S tap- 
pen in Brussels. Member: N. S. S. 
1450. Miss Helen Dodd. 

WEINMAN, ADOLPH ALEXANDER 

Born Karhrulie, Germany, 1870: came to America in 18S0. Studied: A. S. L. of New- 
York under Augustus Saint Gaudens; Cooper Union. Member: N. S. S.; N. Y. Arch. 
Lg., 1902; S. A. A., 1903; A. N. A., 1906; N. A., 1911; Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: Honor- 
able mention, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901: silver medal, Louisiana Purchase 
Exposition, 1904; silver medal, Brussels Exposition, 1910. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 
San Francisco, 191$. 



Studied: .4rt Institute, with Charles Mulligan; Paris, nuith 

1436. Ernest. 
1438. Mv Mother. 



1647. Charles Keck. 

1648. The Edison Medal. 

1649. Medal: American Institute of Archi- 

tects: Obverse. 

1650. Julius Theo. Melchers. 

1651. Bronze Medal: Louisiana Purchase 

Exposition. 

1652. Louise Hettinger: Plaque. 

1653. Medal for Life Saving. 

1654. Medal: American Institute of Archi- 

tects: Reverse. 

1655. Charles Yoce Harvey. 

1656. Grand Prize: Louisiana Purchase 

Exposition. 

1657. Medal. 

1658. Dorothy. 

1659. Louise Hettinger. 

1660. Plaque No. 1. 



1661. Medal: National Institute of Arts and 

Letters: Obverse. 

1662. U. S. Medal for Life Saving on Rail- 

roads. 

1663. Portrait Plaque. 

1664. Alice Helen Hettinger. 

1665. Medallion: Portrait of a Child. 

1666. Plaque No. 2. 

1667. Medal: National Institute of Arts and 

Letters: Reverse. 

1668. Catharina Weinman. 

2203. Lectern for Clark Memorial Chapel. 
2930. Descending Night. 

4046. Portrait of W. R. M., Esq. 

4047. Chief Blackbird. 
4209. Heroic Courage. 

4211. Study for Lincoln at Hodgenville. 
4500. Head of Lincoln. 



WENDT, JULIA M. BRACKEN 

Born Apple River, III., 1871. Studied: A. I. C, with Taft. Member: S. IV. A.; Chicago 
S. A.; Chicago Municipal A. Lg.; Los Angeles F. A. A. Honors: Sculpture prize, Chi- 
cago, 1898; Chicago Municipal A. Lg. prize, 1905; first prize, California .irt Club, 1913. 

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WENDT, JULIA M. BRACKEN (Continued) 

1401. Medal: Chicago Society of Artists. 1405. Life Saver. 

1402. Mode Wineraan. 1408. Carl Oscar Borg. 

WHEELOCK, LILA AUDUBON 

Born Passaic Park, N. J., iSgo. Studied: A. S. L. Honor: Sculpture prize, A. S. L. 
2870. Ski: Russian Wolf Hound. 

WHITNEY, GERTRUDE V. 

Born Mew York City. Studied ivilh J. E. Fraser and Andrei-^ O'Connor. Honor: Honor- 
able mention, Paris Salon, I913. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 191^. 

3140. Fountain. 

WORTHINGTON, BEATRICE MAUDE 

Born H'igan, England, /S<??. Studied with Professor Lanteri: Royal College of Art; 

South Kensington, London, England; the Manchester Municipal School of Art, England. 

Honors: Two siher medals; five scholarships. 
4465. Grief. 

WRIGHT, ALICE MORGAN 

Born Albany, X. Y., iSSi. Studied: A. S. L. of A'. Y. Honor: Saint Gaudens prize, 
A. S. L., 1909. 

1403. Pastorale No. 2. 3638. Piping Satyrs. 

1404. Portrait of President Seelye. 3639. Piping Satyrs. 

1406. Pastorale No. 3. 4390. Beside the Pool. 

1407. Pastorale No. 1. 4462. Wood Nymph. 

YOUNG, MAHONRI M. 

Born Salt Lake City, Utah, 1877. Studied: A. S. L. of N. Y.; Julien .Icademy in Paris. 

Member: A. N. A., iQli; N. S. S. Honors: Honorable mention for etching, Paris 

A. A. A.; honorable mention, Buenos Aires, iQio; Barnett prize, N. A. D., igii. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2307. Dav Dreams. 3358. Tired Out. 

3350. Stevedore. 3360. Shoveler. 

3353. Chiseler. 3392. Peter Newell at Leonia. 

3355. Scrub Woman. 3393. The Heavy Sledge. 

3356. The Piper at the Gates of Dawn. 

ZETTLER, EMIL ROBERT 

Born Karlsruhe, Baden, Germany, 1878. Studied: Art Institute of Chicago: Royal 
.-Icademy of Berlin; Julien .Academy, Paris. Honors: Silver medal, Chicago Society of 
.Artists, 1915; honorable mention, Chicago Art Institute, 1<)I2; .American Artists' Exhibi- 
tion. 
Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, I^IS- 

3091. David P. 4018. Professor T. S. 



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INDEX OF ARTISTS-FLOOR PLANS 



EXPLANATORY NOTE 



A list of the works exhibited by each artist in the United States Section, 
together with a biographical note, is given in the Biographical Index, 
pages 283 to 430 of this Catalogue. The Biographical Index is divided 
into three parts, Painters and Illustrators; Etchers, Engravers and Litho- 
graphers, and Sculptors and Medalists. These Indexes are arranged in 
alphabetical order of the artists' proper names, and reference to them 
is indicated in this Index of Artists by one or more symbols, as follows : 

* Painters and Illustrators, pages 283 to 388. 

§ Etchers, Engravers and Lithographers, pages 389 to 429. 

t Sculptors and Medalists, pages 430 to 451. 

With the name of each foreign artist is given the section in which his 
or her work is exhibited, together with the number which the exhibit 
bears. The location in this Catalogue of the various Sections is as follows : 

Argentina Page 254 Netherlands (Holland) 

China Page 237 Page 256 

Cuba Page 155 Norway Page 275 

France Page 146 Philippine Islands .... Page 244 

International Page 260 Portugal Page 251 

Italy Page 156 Sweden Page 245 

Japan Page 139 Uruguay Page 154 

In like manner, the number borne by the paintings and drawings in the 
Comparative Loan Collection (L^nited States Section) and by the pho- 
tographs in the collection of photographic reproductions of Mural 
Paintings and Sculpture is given in this Index of Artists with the name 
of the artist. 

Comparative Loan Collection, Galleries 61, 62, 63, 91, 92 

Pages 204 to 207, 226 to 227 

Photographic Reproductions, Wall B, Gallery 26, and Gallery 27 
Pages 159, 160 to 163 



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Abbey, Edwin A.— 169. 218. United 

States. Photo. Reprod. • 

Abe, Kakuyei. — 167. Japanese 

Aberg, Emil — HO. S^iedish 
Achenbach, Andreas — 4028 

United States Section Loan Collection 
Achenbach, Andreas — 4030 

United Slates Section Loan Collection 

Ackerman, Olga M. • 

Adams, Herbert — 94, 166. United 

States. Photo. Reprod. * 

Adams, John Ottis • 

Adams, John Quincy — 1, 2 International 

Adams, Philip • 

Adan, Louis 6mile — 230 French 

Addams, Clifford •§ 

Addams, Inez * 
Addicks, Christian Johannes — 1 

A'etfierlands 

Adler, Jules— 231 French 

Agache, Alfred Pierre— 232 French 

Agthe, Curt — 3 International 

Aguiar, el Conde de — 4, 5, 6 International 

Agutte, Georgette — 233, 234 French 

Ahlberg, Olof— 253, 254, 255 Swedish 

Ahrens, Ellen Wetherald * • 

Aid, George Charles § 

Aida. Naohiko — 40 Japanese 

Aiken, Charles A. — • 

Aires, Frederico Pereira — 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 

Portuj^uese 

Aitken, Robert I. X 

Akeley, Carl E. X 

Akkeringa, Johannes — 2 Netherlands 

Albert, Ernest • 

Albright, Adam Emory • 

.Mexander, John W. • 

Alfano, Vincenzo X 

Alice, Antonio — 1, 2, 3 Argentine 

Allen, Charles Curtis • 

Allen, James § 

Allen, Marion Bovd • 

Allis, C. Harry ' • 

Allston, Washington • 
Alma-Tadema, Sir Lawrence — 2848. 

U. S. Section, Loan Collection 

Almquist, Olof § 

Aman-Jean, Edmond — 235, 236 French 

Ames. Blanche • 

Amctani, Sadajiro — 69 Japanese 

Amigoni, Luigi — 114 Italian 

Aminoff, Gregori — 1 Swedish 

Amorsolo, F. — 1 Philippine 



An Ti-sing— 219 
Andersen, Martinus 
Anderson, Alexander 
Anderson, Karl 
Ando, Juji- 120, 243 
Ando, Bokuko— 88 
Andrassv, Theod. — 7, 8 
Andre, Albert— 237, 238 
Anivitti, Filippo — 1 
Anshutz, Thomas P. 
Amino, Nicola D.— 121, 122 
Araki, Kwampo — 174 
Aragon, Margarita de — 1 
Archambault, A. Margaretta 
Armington, Caroline Helena 
Armington, Frank M. 
Arnold. Henry — 611 
Arntzenius, Paul — 3, 116, 117 
Arthurs, Stanley Massey 
Arzadun, C. de— 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 



Chinese 



Japanese 

Japanese 

International 

French 

Italian 

• 

Italian 

Japanese 

Cuban 

§ 

§ 

French 
Netherlands 

# 

6, 7, 8, 

Uruguayan 
Japanese 



Asada, Matsukichi — 148 

Ashley, Clifford Warren • 

Asscher, Henriette — 4 Netherlands 

Astrup, Nicolai — 1, 2 Norwegian 

Asuncion— 2 Philippine 

Atthim, Caleb— 311, 312, 313 Swedish 

Aube, Jean-Paul — 612 French 

Auburtin, J. -Francis — 238A, 239 French 
Augustin, M. — 783 International 

Austin, Amanda P. *t 

Avy, Joseph-Marius — 240, 241 French 
Azevedo e Silva, Antonio GonQalves — 7, 8, 

9, 10, 11 Portuguese 

Bacher, Otto •§ 

Backlund-Celsing, Elsa — 2, 3, 4 Swedish 

Bacque, Daniel — 613 French 

Baer, Lillian X 

Baer, William J. * 

Bail, Franck-Antoine — 242 French 
Bail, Joseph— 2818 

United Stales Section Loan Collection 
Bains, Ethel Franklin Betts 
Baixas Carrate, Juan — 9, 10 
Baivuken, Katsunofu — 188 
Baker, William Bliss 

Baker, George A. • 

Baker, Samuel Burtis • 
Bakhuysen, Jan — 2914 

United States Section Loan Collection 

Balande, Gaston — 243 French 

Balaxo, Paula Himmelsbach • 

Ball, Caroline P. t 



International 
Jafianese 



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CATALOGUE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Ball, Robert E., Jr. • 

Balla Internalional 

1130, 1131, 1132, 1133, 1134, 

1135, 1136, 1137, 1138 
Ballin, Hugo— 208. United States. Photo. 

Reprod. • 

Bancroft, Milton — 223. United States. 

Photo. Reprod. 
Barabas, Miklos — 11, 12 International 

Baransky, E. Laszlo — 784 International 

Bareau, Georges — 614 French 

Barlow, Myron • 

Barnard, Edward H. * 

Barnes, Gertrude J. • 

Barnett, Tom P. • 

Barnhorn, Clement J. t 

Baroccio — 4007, 4010 

United States Section Loan Collection 
Barone, Antonio § 

Barta, E. — 13 International 

Bartholome, Albert — 615 French 

Bartlett, Frederic Clay • 

Bartlett, Paul Wayland X 

Barreiros, Augusto Cesar Portuguese 

Wood Carvings, Louis XIV. Style 
Baschet, Marcel — 244 French 

Bassano, II (Jacopo da Ponte) — 2912, 4009 

U. S. Section Loan Colection 
Bastert, Nicolaas — 5, 6 Netherlands 

Bastien-Lepage, Jules — 2851 

United States Section Loan Collection 
Bastianini, Rene — 4 Arnentine 

Batalha Reis, D. Zoe— 12, 13, 14 Portuguese 
Bateman, John M. } 

Bathurst, Clyde C. t 

Bataglia, Alessandro — 2 Italian 

Batthvanvi, Count Gvula — 14, 15, 16, 17, 

18, 19, 785, 786, 787 International 

Baude, Frangois-Charle? — 245 French 

Baudoijin, Paul — 246 French 

Bauer, John Sii-edish 

5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 

18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 
Bauer, M. A. J.— 7, 118. 119, 120 

Netherlands 
Baugnies, Jacques — 247 French 

Baumann, Gustave § 

Baumgartner, Tomas — 20 International 

Bautz, David — 8 Netherlands 

Baxter, Martha Wheeler • 

Bazzani, Luigi — 3 Italian 

Bazzaro, Ernesto— 115 Italian 

Bazzaro, Leonardo — 4 Italian 

Beach, Chester * 

Beal, Gifford • 

Beal, Revnolds • 

Beard, \Villiam H. • 

Beattv, John W. » 

Beaufrere, Adolphe-Marie — 527. 52S French 
Beaumont, Hughes de — 248, 249 French 

Beaumont, Lilian Adele * 



Beaux, Cecilia • 

Beck, O. Fiilop International 

988, 989, 990, 991, 992, 993, 994, 995, 996, 

997, 998, 999, 1000, 1001, 1002, 1003, 1004, 

1005, 1006, 1007, 1008, 1009, 1010, 1011, 

1012, 1013, 1014, 1015, 1016 
Becker, Benno — 21 International 

Becker, Eulabee Dix * 

Becker, Maurice * 

Beckington, Alice * 

Beckwith, [. Carroll • 

Beechey, Sir William— 2899, 2908 

United States Section Loan Collection 
Beek, Alice D. Engley * 

Beek, Bernardus Antoine — 9 Netherlands 
Behm, Wilhelm— 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32 

Swedish 
Bejot, Eugene— 529, 530, SSI- 
Belcher, Hilda 
Bell, Clara Louise 
Belloni, Giorgio — 5 
Belloni, Jose— 58, 59 
Bellotto, Eugenio — 116 
Bellons, George H. 
Beltrand, Jacques — 532, 533 
Benczur, Bela— 22. 23 
Benczur, Guvla — 24, 25 
Benda, Wladyslaw T. 
Bendicha, Alfonsa — 27 
Benlliure, v Gil— 26 
Bentley, Alfred— 550 
Beraud, Jean — 250 
Bercnv, Robert 

28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39. 

40, 41, 42. 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 

788, 789, 790 
Beretta, Milo— 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 

17, 18, 19, 20, 21 Uruguayan 

Berg, Anna C. van den — 10 Netherlands 

Berge, Edward t 

Berges. Georges — 251 
Bergman, Oscar 

33, 34, 35. 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 

45. 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52 
Bergstrom. Alfred — 53, 54. 55 S-wedish 

Bergstn'm, Sigge— 56, 57, 58, 314, 315, 316. 

317, 318 Swedish 

Berkemeyer, Ludolph — 11 Netherlands 

Berlin, Harry 
Bermudez, Torge — 5, 6. 7 
Bernard, Joseph- — 616 
Berneker, Louis F. 
Berninghaus, Oscar E. 
Bernstein, Theresa F. 
Bernstrom, Victor 
Beron, Gyula — 791 International 

Berteaux, Hippolvte — 252, 253 French 

Besnard, Albert— 51, 52, S3, 54. 55, 56, 57, 

58, 59 International 

Besnard, Albert— 254, 255 French 

Best, Hans — 60 International 



French 



Italian 

Uruguayan 

Italian 

» 

French 
International 
International 

• 

International 
International 
International 
French 
International 



French 
Siuedish 



Argentine 
French 



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INDEX OF ARTISTS 



Betts, Anna Whelan • 

Betis, Louis • 

Beurdelev, Jacques-Pierre-Victor — 534 French 
Beve, Eva— 319, 320, 321, 322, 323 Swedish 
Bezzi, Bartolomeo — 6 Italian 

Bierstadt, Albert • 

Bilbao, Gonzalo— 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67 

68, 69, 70 International 

Billini. Adriana — 2, 3, 4, 5 Cuban 

Biondi, Ernesto — 117 Italian 

Bishop, Emily Clayton t 

Bissell, Helen Ratliburn * 

Bitter, Karl t 

Bittinger, Charles * 

Bixbee, William J. • 

Bjorkman, Elsa— 324, 325. 326, 327, 328 

Swedish 
Blackburn, Jonathan B. • 

Blakelock, Ralph Albert • 

Blanche, jacques-Emile— 256, 257 French 

Blanes Vlale, Pedro — 22, 23 Uruguayan 

Blanev, Dwight * 

Blashfield, Edwin H.— 173, 174. United 

Stales. Photo. Reprod. 
Bleckmann, W. C. C— 12 Netherlands 

Bliss, Alma Hersig • 

Bloch, Armand-Lucien — 617 French 

Blommers, Bernardus Johannes — -13, 14 

Netherlands 
Blondat. Max— 618, 619 French 

Bloodgood, Robert Fanshawe § 

Blum, Robert P.— 27, 154. ITnited States. 

Photo Reprod. § 

Blumenschein, Ernest I,. . * 

Blumenschein, Marv Shephard Greene * 

Bobbett, Alfred § 

Boberg. Anna— 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 

67. 68. 69 Swedish 

Boberg, Ferdinand Swedish 

329, 330, 331, 332, 333, 334, 335, 336, 337, 

338, 339. 340, 341, 342, 343. 344, 345, 346 
Boberg, Sven— 256 Swedish 

Bobrowskv, Grigori — 71 International 

Boccioni— 1139, 1140, 1141, 1142, 1143. 

1178, 1179 International 

Bodifce, Pa\il— 15 Netherlands 

Bodine, Helen * 

Boemm, Ritta — 72, 73 International 

Boer, G. J. de— 16 Netherlands 

Boggio, Pompeo — 8, 9 Argentine 

Bohm, Max • 

Bohm, Pal — 74 International 

Bompard, Maurice — 258 French 

Bonazzi, Emma — 7 Italian 

Bonheur, Rosa — 2845 

United States Section Loan Collection 
Bonnard, Pierre — 259 French 

Bennington, Richard P. — 4033 

United States Section loan Collection 
Bonneton, Germain-Eugene — 260, 261 French 



Bonsall, Mary W. • 

Bonvalot, Carlos — 15, 16, 17 Portuguese 

Boone, Cora * 

Borg, Carl Oscar *§ 

Borglum, Solon H.— 227, 233. United 

States. Photo. Reprod. * 

Borie, Adolphe ♦ 

Borjeson, John— 257, 258, 259, 260, 261, 

262 Swedish 

Borjeson, Lena — 263, 264 Swedish 

Bosch, Etienne — 121, 122 Netherlands 

Bosia, Agostino — 8, 9 Italian 

Bosley, Frederick A. * 

Bosque, A. — 6 Cuban 

Boston, Joseph H. * 

Both, Jan— 2920 

United States Section Loan Collection 
Bouchard, Louis-Henri— 620 French 

Boucher, Alfred— 621 French 

Boucher, Jean (Jean-Boucher) — 643, 644 

French 
Boudin, Eugene— 2829, 2830, 2832, 2834 

United States Section Loan Collection 
Boughton, George Henry * 

Boulard, fimile— 262 French 

Bourdelle, fimile— 622 French 

Bourne, Gertrude Beals * 

Boutet de Monvel, Bernard — 263, 264, 535, 

536 French 

Bowdoin, Harriette 
Bovver, Alexander 
Boyle, John J.— 100, 124, 229. United 

States. Photo. Reprod. + 

Boyle. Sarah Y. McFadden * 

Bovnton. Ray S. 

Bradford, William * 

Bradlev, Susan H. 

Brangvvvn, Frank International 

581, 582, 583, 584, 585, 586, 587, 588, 589, 
590. 591. 592, 593, 594, 595, 596, 597, 598, 
599] 600, 601, 602, 603, 604, 605, 606, 607, 
60S, 609, 610, 611, 612, 613, 614, 615, 616, 
617, 618, 619, 620, 621, 622, 623, 624, 625, 
626, 627, 628, 629, 630, 631, 632, 633, 634, 
635, 636, 637, 638, 639, 640, 641, 642, 643, 
644. 645, 646, 647, 648, 649, 650, 651, 652, 
653, 654, 655, 656, 657, 658, 659, 660, 661, 
662, 663, 664, 665, 666, 667 
Braquaval, Louis- 265, 266 French 

Brascassat, Jacques Raymond — 4039 

(7. S. Section Loan Collection 
Brass, Italico — 10 Italian 

Braun, Maurice * 

Breck, George W.— 231. United States. 

Photo Reprod. 
Breckenridge, Hugh H. • 

Bredin, R. Sloan * 

Breitner, G. H. — 17 Netherlands 

Breman, C. O. — 18 Netherlands 

Bremer, Anne M. • 



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CATALOGUE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Bremond, Jean-Louis— 537, 538 French 

Brenner, Victor D. J 

Breton, Jules — 2S40 ' 

United States Section Loan Collection 

Breuer, Henr>- Joseph • 

Breyfogle, John Winstanley Ȥ 

Bridport, Hugh § 

Bringhurst, Robert P. X 

Brinley, D. Putnam • 
Brissaud, Jacques— 267, 268, 269, 270 French 

Brito. Jose de— 18, 19 Portuguese 

Broca, Alexis de — 271 French 

Brock, Gustav — 76, 77, 78 International 

Brodszky, Sandor — 75 International 

Brooke, Richard Norris • 
Brooks, Richard E. — W, 240. United States 

Photo. Reprod. J 
Brocjuelet, Alfred-Jean-Marie — 539 French 

Brouillet, .Andre — 272, 273 French 
Brouwer, Adriaen — 4028 

United States Section, Loan Collection 

Brown, Benjamin C. •§ 

Brown, Charlotte Hadring • 

Brown, George Loring • 

Brown, Howell C. § 

Brown, John G. * 

Brown. \T. E. D. § 

Browne, Charles Francis • 

Browne, George Elmer • 

Brownell, Matilda A. • 

Brozzi, Renato — 118 Italian 
Bruch, Lajos- 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 

International 

Bruck, Miksa, 87, 88, 89 International 

Brumback, Louise Upton » 

Brun, Harald — 3, 4, 5 Nornue^ian 

Brundrit, R. G.— 90 International 

Brijne, Heinrich— 91 International 
Brunet-Debaines, Louis-Alfred — 540 French 

Brush, George de Forest * 

Bryant, Everett Lloyd • 

Bryant, Maude Drein • 

Budworth, Will S. » 

Buehler, Lytton Briggs * 

Buehr, Karl Albert • 

Buffet, Paul— 274 French 

Bull, Charles Livingston • 

Bunker, Dennis Miller • 

Burleigh, Sidney Richmond • 
Burmeister, Gabriel— 70, 71, 72, 347, 348 

349, 350, 351 Sivedish 

Burmester, Ernst— 92 International 

Burnham, Anita Willets • 

Burnham, Roger Noble i 

Burnside, Cameron • 

Burr, CJeorge Elbert § 

Burroughs, Edith Woodman { 

Burt, Charles § 

Bush, Ella Shepaid • 



Bush-Brown, H. K.— 37, 40, 195, 236. United 
States. Photo. Reprod. { 

Bush-Brown, Margaret Lesley • 

Bushnell, Adelyn • 

Busi, Adolfo — 11 Italian 

Busiere, Louis — 541 French 

Bustillo, Alejandro — 10 Argentine 

Butler, Edward B. • 

Butler, Howard Russell • 

Butler, J. J. P. • 

Butler, Mary • 

Butler, Theodore Earl • 

Button, Albert Prentice • 

Bvne, Arthur • 

Cabrera Canto, F.— 93, 94, 95, 96, 97 

International 
Cadenasso, Giuseppe • 

Cadorin, Guido — 12 Italian 

Caggiano, Cesar — 11 Argentine 

Cahill, Arthur • 

Cahill, William V. • 

Calandra, David— 119 Italian 

Calbet, Antouin — 275 French 

Calder, A. Stirling X 

Calderon, Leandro Jorao — 20, 21, 22 

Portuguese 
Calewaert, Louis H. § 

Caliga, L H. • 

Callahan, Caroline R. • 

Calmette, Pierre-Paul — 276 French 

Cambon, Glauco— 13 Italian 

Cammerloher, Karl Moritz — 98, 99, 100 

International 
Camoin, Charles — 277 French 

Camp, Harold M. • 

Campas, Jose — 23 Portuguese 

Campo, Cupertino Del — 12, 13, 14 Argentine 
Canal, H.— 7 Cuban 

Canalias, Jose — 1017 International 

Canasi, Dante — 15 Argentine 

Canniccioni, Leon-Charles — 278 French 

Canton Local Commission — 256, 300, 301, 

302 Chinese 

Cantu, Luis — 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65 Uruguayan 
Capdevila, Gines — 101 International 

Caprile, Vincenzo — 14 Italian 

Carcova, Ernesto de la — 16 Argentine 

Cardona, Juan — 102, 103, 104 International 
Cardosa, Artur Alves— 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 
30, 31 Portuguese 

Cardunets Cazorla, Alejandro — 105 

International 
Carew, Berta • 

Carlandi, Onorato — 15, 16, 17, 18 Italian 
Carlberg, Hugo— 73, 74, 75, 76 Swedish 

Carles, Antonin — 623 French 

Carles, Arthur B. • 

Carlisle, Mary Helen • 

Carlsen. Emil * * 

Carlson, John F. • 



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INDEX OF ARTISTS 



2S0 



Argentine 
French 
Italian 
Italian 
Italian 



French 



Carnacini, Ceferino — 17, IS 

Caro-Delvaille, Henri— 279, 

Carolis, Adolfo de — 37 

CaroKi, Giuseppe — 19, 20 

Carozzi, Bossi Adele — 21 

Carpenter, Frank D. 

Carpenter, Fred G. 

Carpentier, Marie-Paule — 281, 282 

Carr, Michael Carmichael § 

Carra International 

1144, 1145, 1146, 1147. 1148, 1149, 1150, 

1151, 1152, 1153, 1154, 1155, 1156, 1157, 

1158 
Carreno, de Miranda — 2894 

United States Section Loan Collection 
Carrera, Augustin — 283 French 

Carrier Belleuse, Pierre — 284 French 

Carriere, Eugene — 2823 

United States Section Loan Collection 
Carrigan, William L. • 

Cartier, Karl— 285 French 

Casals y Peypoch, Jose— 106, 107 

International 
Casciaro, Giuseppe — 22, 23, 
Case. Bertha 
Caser, Ettore 
Cassatt, Mary 
Castellanos, Carlos A. — 24, 

29, 30 
Casterton, Eda Nemoede 
Castro, Rodrlgo de — 144 
Cataldi, Amleto — 120 
Cauldwell. Leslie 
Cave, Jules-Cvrille— 286 
Cavrou, Jules— 287, 288 
Cazin, Jean Charles— 2847, 4034 

U 'tiled States Section Loan Collection 
Cayin, Marie — 289, 624 .French 

Cazin, Michel — 542 French 

Cha Shih-piao — 407 Chinese 

Chabas, Maurice — 290 French 

Chadwick, Charles W. § 

Chadwick, Emma § 

Chamberlin, F. ToUes { 

Champaigne, Philip de — 2887 

United States Section Loan Collection 
Chandler, George Walter § 



24, 35 



Italian 



25, 26, 27, 28, 

Uruguayan 

» 

Portuguese 
Italian 

• 

French 
French 



jChandler, H. C. 




• 


Chang Chen— 349 




Chinese 


Chang Jui-tu — 440 




Chinese 


Chanler, R. W.— 143. 


United 


States. 


Photo. Reprod. 






Chao Chien-li— 383 




Chinese 


Chao Chung-mu — 428 




Chinese 


Chao Shou — 442 




Chinese 


Chao Tzu-ang— 376 




Chinese 


Chao Yong-tsun — 174 




Chinese 


Chapman, Carlton Theodore 


« 


Chapman, Charles S. 




• 


Chappel, Alonzo 




• 



Chapuy, Andre — 291 
Charmoy, Jose de — 625, 626 
Chase, Adelaide Cole 
Chase, Lila Elizabeth 
Chase, William M. 
Chattel. Fredericus J. du — 19 
Chen Mai-cheo — 352 
Chen Hsao-cheo — 42 
Chen Huai— 350 
Chen Pao-chio — 417 
Chen Su-kong— 343 
Chen Tsun-heo — 1^3 
Chen Yu-chuen — 203 
Cheney, John 
Cheng .Vlan-sheng — 410 
Cheng Tzu-chao — 395 
Chen-tu — 49, 195 
Cheo Mei-ko— 50, 51 
Cheo Ting-Ian— 194 
Cheo Tsz-shan 

182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187 

191, 192 
Cheret, Jules — 543 
Chiao Shan-fu- 378 
Chien Shun-chu — 435 
Chiesa, Pietro— 26, 27 
Chigot, Eugene — 292 
Chimona, Nicolas — 108, 109 
Chitarin, Traiano — 28 
Chou Shih-chou— 425, 426, 427 
Chow Tsung-po — 434 
Choyodo, Anchi — 189 
Christino da Silva, Joao Ribeiro 

43, 44, 131 
Christmas, E. W. — 110, 111 International 



French 
French 



Netherlands 
Chinese 
Chinese 
Chinese 
Chinese 
Chinese 
Chinese 
Chinese 
§ 
Chinese 
Chinese 
Chinese 
Chinese 
Chinese 
Chinese 
188, 189, 190, 

French 

Chinese 

Chinese 

Italian 

French 

International 

Italian 

Chinese 

Chinese 

Japanese 

Portuguese 



Chu lui— 380 

Chu Tsz-chang — 44, 45, 46, 47, 48 

Chuan San-ho— 313, 314, 315, 316 

Chuei Ting-chang— 238, 239 

Chuen Shi-so— 110, 111 

Church, Frederick Edwin 

Churchill, William W. 

Ciardi, Beppe — 29 

Ciardi, Emma — 30 

Ciardi, Guglielmc — 31, 32 

Cladel, Marius-L.— 627 

Clairin, Georges — 293 

Clark, Alson Skinner 

Clark, Freeman 

Clark, Harriette A. 

Clarke, Thomas Shields 

Clarkson, Ralph 

Clement, Catherine 

Clercq, T. le— 178 

Clevenger. Shobal Vail 

Clonney, James Goodwyn 

Closson, William Baxter 

Clute, Walter Marshall 

Cockroft, Fdythe Varian 

Coert, Anthoni — 20 



Chinese 

Chinese 

Chinese 

Chinese 

Chinese 

* 

• 

Italian 

Italian 

Italian 

French 

French 



Netherlands 

t 

•5 



Netherlands 



[459] 



CATALOGUE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



French 
Norwegian 

French 

•§ 

Portuguese 



Portuguese 



Coffin, William Anderson 

Cohen, Lewis 

Cohen, Nessa 

Cole, George Townsend 

Cole, J. Foxcroft 

Cole, Thomas 

Cole, Thomas Casilear 

Cole, Timothy 

Coleman, Charles Carvl 

Colin, Paiil-Emile— 544, 545 

Collett, Fredrik— 6 

Collin, Raphael— 294 

Colman, Samuel 

Columbano, Bordalo Pinheiro 
32, 33, 34, 35, 36 

Colwell, Elizabeth 

Coman, Charlotte Buell 

Comeg>s, George H. 

Conant, Lucy Scarborough 

Conant, Marjorie 

Condeixa, Ernesto Ferreira 
37, 38 

Congdon, Adairene Vose 

Congdon, Thomas R. 

Connell, Edwin D. 

Connor, Jerome— 49, 129. 228, 239. U. S. 
Photo. Reprod. 

Conner, John Ramsey 

Coolidge, Bertha 

Coolidge, Mary Rosamond 

Coonsman, Nancy 

Cooper, Colin Campbell 

Coover, Nell 

Cooper, Emma Lampert 

Coplev, John Singleton 

Coppini,"EIiseo— 19, 20 

Coppini, Pompeo— 90, 102, 147. United 
States. Photo. Reprod. 

Coques, Gonzales — 4006 

Corbett, Gail Sherman— 31, 98, 128, 255 
U. S. Photo Reprod. 

Cordier, Henri — 628 

Cornoyer, Paul 

Coromaldi, Umbertn — 33, 34 Italian 

Corot, Jean Baptiste Camille — 4025, 4029 

U. S. Section, Loan Collection 

Corsi, Carlo — 35 Italian 

Correa de Larceda, Alberto V. da Rocha Por- 
tugal— 39, 40, 41, 42 Portuguese 

Correa Morales, Elisa G. Adde — 21 

Argentine 

Cortes-Riera Fernando — 112 International 

Cossmann, A. — 668 International 

Cosson. Marcel — 295. 296 French 

Costa Mota, Antonio Augusto da — 145 

Portuguese 

Costa, Tomas — 150, 151, 152 Portuguese 

Cottet, Charles— 297, 298, 546 French 

Cotton, John Wesley § 






Argentine 



Unrted States 



t 
French 



Courbet, Gustav — 4019, 4024 

United States Section Loan Colleition 
Couse, E. Irving • 

Covey, Arthur S. § 

Cox, Kenvon — 96, 97. United States. Photo. 

Reprod. • 

Cox, Louise • 

Cramer, Ed— 352 Swedish 

Crane, Bruce • 

Crenier, Henri t 

Crepet, Mario — 36 Italian 

Crespel, Berthe — 299 French 

Crisp, Arthur— 138, 152, 217. United States. 

Photo. Reprod. • 

Crome, John (Old Crome)— 2891 

U. S. Section Loan Collection 
Cropsev, Jasper Francis • 

Cross, Sally • 

Crowley, Gray Price • 

Cruz, Carlos — 31 Uruguayan 

Csaktornvai — 113 International 

Csok, Istvan— 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 

119, 120. 121 International 

Cucuel, Edward • 

Culler, Tomas— 3 Philippine 

Cullen, Hernan — 22 Argentine 

Cuneo, Cvrus Cincinnatto • 

Cuneo, Jose— 32, 33, 34, 35. 36, 37, 38, 39, 

40, 41 Uruguayan 

Cuneo, Rinaldo • 

Curran, Charles C. • 

Currier, J. Frank • 

Curtis, William Fuller • 

Cushing, Howard Gardiner • 

Cziganv, Dezso — 122 International 

Dabadie, Henri— 300, 301 French 

Dabo. Leon • 

Dagnan-Bouveret, Pascal-Adolphe-Jean — 547 

French 
Dagnan-Bouveret, Pascal-Adolphe-Jean — 2859 
United States Section Loan Cotlert'on 
Dahl, Nils — 7, 8 Norwegian 

Dahlgreen. Charles W. § 

Dake. Carel L., Jr. — 123, 124 International 
Dallemasne. Aime-Edmond — 548 French 

Pallin. Cyrus Edwin t 

Dalmau, jose — 125 International 

Dan, Ranshu — 15 Japanese 

Dana, Charles Edmund * 

Dantzig, Rachel M. van — 179, 180 

Netherlands 
Darrieux, Charles-Rene — 302 French 

Daubignv, Charles Francois — 4032 

U. S. Section Loan Collection 
Dauchez, Andre— 303, 304, 549, 550, 551 

French 
Davey, Randall • 

David, Fernand— 629, 630 French 

David-NiMet, Germain— 305, 306 French 

Davis, Charles Harold • 



[460] 



INDEX OF ARTISTS 



Davis, John Parker 

Davis, Stuart 

Davol, Joseph Benjamin 

Dawkins, Henry 

Dawson, George Walter 

Dawson- Watson 

Dayot, Magdeleine — 307 

Daz/i, Arturo — 123 

Deberitz, Per— 9. 10, 11 

De Camp, Joseph Rodefer 

Dechenaud, Adolphe — 308, 309 

De Cordoba, Mathilde 

Degas, Edpar-Hilaire — 310 

Dejean, Louis — 631 

De Jong, Betty 

Delachaux, Leon — 311 

Delsalle, Angela— 312 

Del Mue, Maurice 

Delteil, Lovs— 552, 553 

Delucclii, Pedro — 23, 24, 25 

Deming, Adelaide 

Deming, Edwin W. 

Denis, Maurice— 313, 314, 314A 

3I4D, 314E, 314F 
Derre, fimile — 632 
Desch. Theo-Auguste — 315 
Despiau, Charles — 633 
Desvallieres, Georges — 316 
Dethomas, Maxime-Piern 
Dettmar, R.— 669 
Deutman, Frans — 21 
Devambez, Andre — 319 



Deventer, Johanna Cornelia van- 



French 

Italian 

Norwegian 

• 

French 

§ 

French 

French 

• 

French 
French 

• 

French 
Argentine 

• 

•§ 

314B, 314C, 

French 

French 

French 

French 

French 

317, 318 French 

International 

Netherlands 

French 

-22 

Netherlands 
• 

French 

§ 
French 



-320 



De Voll, F. Usher 

Devoux, Raymond-Georges- 

de Wentworth, Cecile 

Dewev, Charles Melville 

De Witt, Gerard 

Dezarrois, Antoine-Fran<;ois — 554 

Diaz, Narcisse Virgilio de la Pena — 2856 

United Slates Section Loan (^otlecllori 
Dickman, Charles John • 

Didier-Tourne, Jean-6mile — 321 French 

Dietsch, C. Percival } 

Dillaye, Blanche •§ 

Dimock, E. 

Dinet.fttienne- 322, 555. 556 
Diriks, Edvard— 12, 13, 14 
Dirks, Rudolph 
Dixon, Maynard • 

Dodge, William de Leftwich — 123 United 

States, Photo. Reprod. 
Dods-Withers, Isobel — 126 
Doigneau, fidnuard — 323 
Dolph, John Henry 
Domergue, Jean-Gabriel — 324 
Donato, Giuseppe — 35, 38, 42. 

Photo. Reprod. 
Donnis, Cayetano — 26, 27 Argentine 



French 
Norwegian 



International 
French 

• 

325 French 
United States. 



Netherlands 



International 
Italian 
French 



Donoho, Ruger 

Dooyewaard, Jacob — 23 

Dougherty, Parke Curtis 

Dougherty, Paul 

Doughty, Thomas 

Dow, Arthur Wesley 

Draper, H. J.— 127 

Drei, Ercole— 126 

Dubois, Ernest — 634 

Du Bois, Guy Pene 

Dubourg, Mme. Fantin-Latour — 326 French 

Duez, E. — 4027 

United Stales Section, Loan Collection 

Dufau, Clementine-Helene — 327 French 

Dufner, Edward • 

Dufrenov, Georges— 328, 329 French 

Du\a, Torgny— 77 Swedish 

Dull, John J. • 

Du Mond, Frank Vincent — 34, 41. United 

States. Photo. Reprod. • 

Du Mond. Frederic Melville • 

Dumond, Helen Savier • 

Dunbar, Harold C. • 

Dunlap, Helena • 

Dunlap, William • 
Dupont, P.— 123, 124 Netherlands 

Dtipuy, Paul-Michel — 330 French 

Durand, Asher Brown •§ 

Durenne, Eugene-Antoine — 331, 332 French 

Durkee, Helen Winslow • 

Dustin, Silas S. • 

Duvenerk, Frank *%t 

Duvent, Charles — 333 French 

Duyl-Schwartze, Th. van— 24, 25, 26 

Netherlands 
Dysselhof, G. W.— 27 Netherlands 

Eakins, Thomas » 

Eaton, Charles Warren • 

E!>crle, .A^bastenia St. Leger t 

Ebert, Charles H. • 

Eckstein, John § 

Fdmondson, William J. • 

Edstrom, David Swedish 

265, 266, 267, 268, 269, 270, 271, 272, 273, 

274. 275 

Edvi-Illes, Aladar— 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 

133, 134, 135 International 

Edvi-IIles, Jeno — 792 International 

Edwards, George Wharton * 

Edwards, S. Arlent § 

Edwin, David § 

Eichholtz. Jacob • 

Eisenlohr, Edward G. • 

Elgstrom, Ossian Swedish 

78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 

90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95,96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 

102, 103, 104, 105 

Ellerhusen, Ulrich H. t 

Elliott, Charles Loring • 

Elliott, Elizabeth Shippen Green • 



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CATALOGUE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Emerici, Andor — 136, 137, 138 International 

Engel, Frederik — 28 Netherlands 

Engel, Otto H. — 139 International 
Engelbrechtsen, Cornelis — 4016 

U. S. Section Loan Collection 

Engelman, Peter — 140, 141, 142 International 

English, Frank F. * 

Enneking, John Joseph • 

Erdossy, Bela — 793 International 

Ericksson, Erik Edw.— 106 Swedish 

Ericson, David * 

Eriksen, Bjarne — 15 Noriuegian 

Eriksen, Kristofer — 168, 169 Norwegian 

Eriksen, Sigurd — 16 Noriuegian 

Ertz, Edward F. § 

Eskridge, Robert _ § 

Espiritu, A. — 4, 5 Philippine 

Essen, Jan van— 29 Netherlands 

Esser, Theodor — 143 International 

Estienne, Henry d'— 334 French 
Etcheverry, Hubert-Denis— 335, 336 French 

Evans, Frances * 

Evans, John W. 5 

Everett, Herbert Edvpard * 

Ezcurra, Augustin — 42 Uruguayan 

Fabie, S. L.— 6, 7 Philippine 

Fader, Fernando — 28 Argentine 

Fahlcrantz, Axel— 107, 108 Swedish 

Fairbanks, Avard % 

Fairbanks, F. P.— 22, 225, 249. United States. 

Photo. Reprod. 

Fairchild, May * 

Faivre, Jules-Abel— 337, 338 French 

Falco, Filippo Di — 40 Italian 

Farley, Richard Blossom * 

Farndon, Walter * 

Farngren, Johan — 276, 277 Swedish 

Farnham, Sally James— 3694 United States 

Farrar, Henry § 

Farre, Henry— 339 French 

Fassett, Truman E. * 

Faugeron, Adolphe — 340 French 

Faulkner, Barry— 91, 103, 209, 210, 216, 248, 

250. United States. Photo. Reprod. 

Favai, Gennaro — 41 Italian 
Fechin, Nicholas — 2816 

United States Section Loan Collection 

Federico, Michele — 42 Italian 
Fehervary, Erzsi— 145, 146, 1018, 1019, 1020, 

1021, 1022 International 

Feldman. Baruch M. * 

Felix, Leon-Pierre — 341 French 
Femes-Beck, Vilmos— 1023 to 1033; 1034, 1935, 

1036, 1037, 1038 International 

Fenderson, Anne M. * 

Fenton, Beatrice ♦ 

Fenyes, Adolf— 147 International 

Ferenczy, Benjamin — 1039 International 

Ferenczy, Karoly — 148, 149, 150 International 

Ferenczy, Valer — 151, 152 International 



Ferguson, Nancy M. 




• 


Fernow, Bernice P. Andrewrs 




• 


Ferraguti, Visconti Adolfo — 43 




Italian 


Ferrari, Ettore— 127, 128, 129 




Italian 


Ferrari, Juan — 66, 67 




Uruguayan 


Ferrer, Santiago — 153 


International 


Ferretti, Poalo — 44 




Italian 


Ferris, Stephen J. 




§ 


Ferro, Cesare — 45 




Italian 


Festa-Piacentini, Matilde — 46, 


47 


Italian 


Filemyr, Joseph J. 




• 


Filliard, Ernest— 342, 343 




French 


Fillol, Antonio— 154, 155, 156 


International 


Filovsky, see Jilovsky. 






Fink, Denman 




• 


Fink, Frederick 




• 


Finkelnburg, Augusta 




• 


Finn, James Wall 




• 


Firebaugh, Nettie King 




• 


Fischer, Per— 353 




Swedish 


Fisher, Mark 




• 


Fiske, Gertrude 




• 


Fitton, Hedley— 670 


International 


Fitz, Rutherford Benjamin 




• 


Fix-Masseau — 635 




French 


Fjaestad, Gustav 




Swedish 


109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 


114, 


115, 116, 


117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 


122, 


123, 124, 


125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 


130, 


131, 132, 


133, 134 






Flagg, Charles Noel 




• 


Flagg, Jared 




• 


Flameng, Francjois— 344, 345 




French 


Flanagan, John— 151. United 


States. Photo. 


Reprod. 




; 


Flandrin, Jules— 346, 347 




French 


Florence, M. Sargent 




• 


Folger, Annie B 




• 


Follini, Carlo— 48 




Italian 


Fong, King-tu — 305, 306 




Chinese 


Fonseca, Martinho Gomes da — 45, 46, 47, 


132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137 




Portuguese 


Fontaines, Andre des — 348 




French 


Foote, Josephine J. 




• 


Foote, Marv 




• 


Foote, Will Howe 




• 


Forain, Jean-Louis — 557, 558 




French 


Foreau, Henri— 349 




French 


Foresman, Alie 




• 


Forsyth, William 




■ 


Fortune, E. Charlton 




• 


Forumv y Carbo, Mariano— 2 


1853, 


4022 


U. S. Section 


Loan 


Collection 


Foss, Harriet Campbell 




• 


Foster, Ben 




• 


Foster, John 




§ 


Fougerousse, Jean-Louis — 350 




French 


Fouqueray, Charles — 3 51 




French 


Fournier, Alexis Jean 




• 



[462] 



INDEX OF ARTISTS 



Fragiacomo, Antoinetta — 49 Italian 

Fragiacomo, Pietro — 50, 51 Italian 

Frankfort, E. D.— 30 Netherlands 

Fraser, James Earl t 

Frazee, John t 

French, Daniel Chester * 

170, 171, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179, 180, 182, 
183. United States. Photo. Reprod. 
French, Edwin Davis 

French, Frank P. S 

Frieseke, Frederic Carl • 

Frismuth, Harriet W. t 

Froelich, Maren M. • 

Fromen, Agnes Valhorg t 

Try, Sherry Edmundson t 

Fu Su-shan— 345, 346, 347 Chinese 

Fujii, Tatsukichi — 95 Japanese 

Fujishima, Takeji — 39 Japanese 

Fukagawa, Eizayemon — 116, 117 Japanese 
Fuller, George • 

Fuller, Henry B. • 

Fuller, Lucia Fairchild • 

Funk, Wilhelm • 

Gaensslen. Otto Robert t 

Gagnon, Clarence A. § 

Gaigher, Horatio — 157, 158 International 

Gainsborough, Thomas— 2886, 2903, 2917 

United States Section Loan Collection 
Gale, Harriette Draper • 

Galimberti, Sandor— 159, 160, 161 

International 
Galimberti-Denes, Valeria — 162, 163 

International 

Gallagher, Sears •§ 

Gallaudet, Elisha § 

Gallen-Kallela, Axel International 

164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171, 172, 

173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179, 180, 181, 

182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 189, 190, 

191, 193, 193, 194, 195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 

200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 

209. 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 

218, 219, 220, 221, 232, 223, 224, 225, 226, 

227, 228, 229, 230, 231, 232, 233 

Galofre Oiler, Francisco — 234 International 

Gait, Charles Franklin • 

Galtier-Boissiere, Louise — 352 French 

Ganiere, George Etienne t 

Ganfai — 181 Japanese 

Garber, Daniel • 

Garcia Escarre, Francisco — 235, 236 

International 
Gardet, Georges — 636 French 

Gardier, Raoul du — 353, 399 French 

Garjeanne, J. — 31 Netherlands 

Garns, Coonraad M. — 32 Netherlands 

Garrett, Edmund • 

Garrido, Ramon — 237 International 

Gaudenzi, Pietro — 52 Italian 



Gauguin, Pola Norwegian 

17, 18, 19, 20, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 

176, 177, 178, 179 
Gaulev, Robert David • 

Gav, VValter • 

Gehlin, Hugo— 354, 355, 356, 357, 358 

Swedish 
Gelert, Johannes t 

Gelhaar, Emil • 

Gemito, Vincenzo— 130 Italian 

Georget, Henri — 354 French 

Gerdes, Ed— 33 Netherlands 

Getchell, Edith Loring § 

Gifford, Sanford R. • 

Gihon, Clarence Montfort • 

Gilchrist, Wallace W., Jr.— 1697, 1698, 1699, 

1700, 1701, 1702, 2198, 2267 United States 
Gillot, E. Louis— 355, 356 French 

Gilmore, Ada § 

Ginnett, Louise — 238 International 

Gioli, Francesco — 53 Italian 

Girardot, Louis-Auguste — 357, 560, 561 

French 
Gismondi, Lia— 29 Argentine 

Glackens, William J. • 

Glatter, Gyula— 239 International 

Glatz, Oszkar International 

240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 794, 795, 796, 797, 

798, 799, 800 
Gleeson. Charles K. § 

Glehn, Jane Emmet von— 245 International 
Glehn, W. G. von — 246 International 

Glintenkamp, Henry J. * 

Godebv, Charles— 358 French 

Goedvriend, Theodoor— 34, 35 Netherlands 
Goetsch, Gustav F. § 

Gohler, Herman— 247 International 

Gola. Emilio— 54 Italian 

Goldthwaite, Anne § 

Gomez, Constantino— 248, 249, 250 

International 
Gongalves, D. Maria F. Mauhin — 48 

Portuguese 
Goodman, R. G.— 251, 252, 253, 254 

International 
Goodwin, Arthur Clifton • 

Gori, Berta — 36 Netherlands 

Gorter. Arnold Marc — 37 Netherlands 

Gosselin, Albert— 359 French 

Goth Moric — 801, 802, 803 International 

Goto, Koho— 162 Japanese 

Gotthold, Florence Wolf • 

Gourdault, Pierre — 360 French 

Goya y Lucientes, Francisco Jose de — 2892, 

2897 United States Section Loan Collection 
Graadt van Roggen (Johannes Mattheus) — 

125, 126 Netherlands 

Graafland, Rob — 38 Netherlands 

Grabach, John R. • 

Grafiy, Charles t 



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CATALOGUE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Grande.Severin — 21, 22, 23, 24 Norivegian 
Grandstrom-Knaffl, Edith— 135, 136, 137 

StMedtsh 
Grant, Lawrence • 

Granville-Smith, Walter • 

Gras, Jean-Pierre — 637 
Gray, Frederick G. 
Gray, Henry Peters 
Gray, Percy 
Graziosi, Giuseppe — 131 
Greber, Henri — 638 



French 



Italian 
French 
Green, Bernard L § 

Griffin, James Martin § 

Griffin, Walter • 

Griffith, Louis Oscar § 

Grimes, Frances — 194. United States. Photo. 

Reprod. t 

Griveau, Georges — 361, 362 French 

Griveau, Lucien — 363, 364 French 

Groll, Albert Lorey * 

Groot, G. de— 39 Netherlands 

Grosjean, Henry — 365 French 

Grossman, Edwin Booth • 

Grover, Oliver Dennett— 105, 106, 107, 108, 

no. United States. Photo Reprod. • 

Grubicy, De Dragon, Vittore — 55 Italian 

Griin, Jules — 366 French 

Guastaila. Giuseppe — 132, 133 Italian 

Guedes, Pedro — 49, 50, 51, 52 Portuguese 

Guerin, Charles— 367. 368 French 

Guerin, Jules • 

Guide. Alfredo— 30, 31 Argentine 

Guido, of Siena — 4013 

Vnitrd States Section Loan CoHectinti 
Giiicnard, Gaston — 369 French 

Guillaume, Albert— 370, 371 French 

Guillaume, Roger — 372 French 

Guillaumin, Armand — 373 French 

Guillemet, Antoine — 374. 'i/b French 

Guillonnet, Octave — 376, 377 French 

Guirand de Scevola, L. Victor — 378 French 
Gumery. Adolphe-Ernest— 379, 380 French 
Gusman, Pierre — 562 French 

Gustin, Paul Morgan * 

Gutmann, Bernhard * 

Haavardsholm, Magnhild — 25 Norwegian 
Haggin, Ben Ali • 

Hailman. Johanna K. Woodwell • 

Hale, Lilian Westcott • 

Hale, Philip Leslie • 

Hale, Walter •§ 

Hall, Kleber • 

Hallcn, Arne — 359 Swedish 

Hallgren, Ernst— 360, 361, 362 Swedish 

Hallo, Charles-Jean- 563, 564 French 

Hallnwell, George Hawley • 

Halou, Alfred— 639, 640 French 

Halpert, Samuel • 

Halpin, Frederick § 

Hanamura, Chokurei — 152 Japanese 



Hambuchen, Wilhelm — 255 International 

Hamilton, James • 

Hamilton, John Mclure • 

Hamilton, Mary Riter • 
Hamilton, Wilbur Dean 

Hammarbaeck, A.— 180, 181, 182 



183 
Norwegian 



Hammersmith, Paul 

Hammond, Arthur J. 

Han Si-su— 359 

Hanicotte, Augustin — 381 

Hanisch, R.— 671, 672 

Hannaux, Emmanuel — 641 

Hansen, Armand C. 

Harding, Chester 

Harding, George 

Harrer, Frederick W. 

Harland, Mary 

Harley 

Harper, Marian Dunlap 

Harris, W. L.— 185, 196, 198, 214 

States. Photo. Reprod. 
Harrison, Alexander 
Harrison, Birge 
Harriton, Abraham 
Harshe, Robert B. 
Hart, James McDougal 
Harting, Dirk— 127, 128 
Hartman, C. Bertram 
Harvey, Eli— 172, 215. United States. Photo, 



• 

Chinese 

French 

International 

French 

•§ 



§ 

United 

I 
§ 

Netherlands 



International 
Japanese 



Japanese 



Reprod. 
Hary. Gyula— 256 
Haseltine, Charles F. 
Haseltine, William Stanley 
Hashimoto, Gaho — 182 
Haskell, Ernest 
Hassam, Childe 
Hata, Shokichi— 53, 54 
Hatvanv, Baron Ferencz— 257, 258, 259, 260. 

804, 805, 806, 807 International 

Haverman, H. ].~*0, 129, 130, 131 

Netherlands 
Haweis, Stephen— 261, 262, 263, 264, 265,266, 

267 International 

Hawley, Margaret Foote • 

Haworth, Edith • 

Hawthorne, Charles Webster • 

Hayakawa, Yoshitaro— 119, 121, 122 

Japanese 
Hayashi, Bunto — 10 Japanese 

Havashi, Takezo — 163 Japanese 

Hayden, Charles H. • 

Hazelton, Mary Brewster • 

Hazen, Wilhelmina • 

Healy, G. P. A. • 

Heber. Carl Augustus t 

Hecht, Victor David • 

Hedberg, Erick— 138, 139, 140, 141 Swedish 
Heiberg, Astri Welhaven — 26, 27 Norwegian 
Heiberg, Jean— 28, 29, 30, 31, 32 Norwegian 



[464] 



INDEX OF ARTISTS 



Heil, Charles Emile * 

Heinemann, Ernst § 

Helleu, Paul— 382, 565 French 

Hellwag, Rudolph — 268 International 

Helsbv, Alfredo — 269, 270 International 

Hem, Piet van der — 41 Netherlands 

Hemelman, Albert — 132, 133 Netherlands 

Henderson, A. Elizabeth • 

Hennig, Otto — 33, 34 Norwegian 

Henri. Robert • 

Henrv, Edward Lamson • 

Heo ki-chang— 267, 268, 269, 270, 271, 272, 

273, 274, 275, 276 Chinese 

Hering, Henry t 

Herkomer, Herman G. • 

Herman, Lipot — SOS, SOSA International 

Ilerr, Margaret • 

Herrer, Joaquin M. — 8, 9 Philippine 

Hesselbom, Otto— 142, 143, 144 Swedish 

Hesselink. Abraham— 181, 182 Netherlands 

Heuermann, Magda • 
Hewlett, Joseph M. — 187. United States. 

Pholo. Reprod. 

Heyman, Charles — 566 French 

Hevnemann, Julia H. • 
Hibbard. F. C— 92, 104, 132, 136, 256. U. S. 

Photo. Reprod. 

Hicks, Thomas • 

Hidalgo, Felix R.— 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 



Philippine 



17, 18, 19, 20 
Higgins, Eugene 

Hildebrandt, Cornelia Ellis • 

Hill. Clara t 

Hill. Tohn § 

Hill, Thomas • 

Hills, Laura Coombs • 

Hinkle, Clarence K. • 

Hinshelwood, Robert § 

Hirata, Shodo — 1 Japanese 

HiroFe, Toho — 21 Japanese 

Hishikawa. Moronobu — 185 Japanese 

Hitchcock, George * 

Hittle, Margaret A. • 
Hjortzberg, Olle— 14<, 146, 147, 14S. Swedish 

Ho Pi-chuan — 379 Chinese 

Hoard, Margaret t 

Hobart, Clark •§ 

Hneber, Arthur • 

Hoffbauer, Charles— 383 French 

Hoffman, Harry Leslie • 

Hoffman. Nfalvina t 
Hogarth. Willia— 2884 

I'niird States Section Loan Collection 

Holbo, Krislen — 35, 36, 37 Norwegian 

Hollister, Antoinette B. * 

Hollo. Geza — 271 International 

Holm, fLins — 184, 185, 186 Norwegian 

Holm, Victor S. t 
Holmboe, Thorolf— 38, 39. 40, 41, 42. 43, 44 

Norwegian 



Holmboe, Thorolf — 272 International 

Holslag, J. E. — 115. United States. Photo. 

Reprod. 

Homer, Winslow • 

Honami, Koho — 194 Japanese 

Hooper, Rosa • 

Hopkins, Edna Boies I 

Hopkins, James R. • 
Hoppner, John— 2885 

United States Section Loan Collection 

Hopkinson, Charles * 

Hornby. Lester George S 

Hotter, Earl— 6552, 6554, 6555, 6556 

United States 

Hosaka, Kozan— 96, 97, 98, 99 Japanese 

Houlahan, Kathleen * 

Horter, Earl § 

Houssin, fidouard — 642 French 

Hovenden, Martha M. t 

Hovenden, Thomas • 

Howard, Clara E. • 

Howe, William Henrv • 

Howland, Alfred C. ' • 

Howland, Allen S. • 

Hovtema, Th. van— 134, 135 Netherlands 

Hsiao Suin — 36S Chinese 

Hsin Ku-kai— 214 Chinese 

Hsu Hsi— 393 Chinese 

Hsu Tsan — 415 Chinese 

Hsin Yeh— 257, 258, 259 Chinese 

Hsun Chun-kao Chinese 

112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 

121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 

130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 
139, 140, 141, 142, 143 

Hsun, Tsong-li— 19, 20, 21, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 

36, 37 Chinese 

Huard, Charles— 567 French 

Huang Tun — 429 Chinese 

Hubbard, Marv Wilson • 

Hubbell, Henrv Salem • 

Hiiber, Konrad S 

Hiibner, Ulrich — 273 International 

Hudspeth, R. N. • 

Hughes-Stanton, H.— 274 International 

Hui Tsung— 388, 389 Chinese 

Hullgren, Oscar— 149, 150, 151, 152 Swedish 

Humbert. Ferdinand— 384 French 

Humphriss, Charles Harry t 

Hung Hsin — 418 Chinese 

Hunt, E. Aubrey • 

Hunt, William Morris § 

Hunter, Isabel • 

Hunter, Sara Katherine • 

Huntington, Daniel • 

Huntington, Margaret Wendell • 

Hurley, Edward Timothy *!! 

Hurley, Irene Bishop • 

Hurry. Lucv W. • 

Hutchison, F. W. • 



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CATALOGUE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Huvey, Louis — 568 French 
Hwang Ki-fang— 353, 354, 355, 356 Chinese 

Hwang Lu-nien — 341 Chinese 

Hyatt, Anna Vaughn X 

Hyde, Helen § 

Hyde, William Henry • 

Hyett, Will J. • 

Hyner, Arend — 42 Netherlands 

Ibuki, Kojiro — 168 Japanese 

Ichiki, Senrei — 154 Japanese 

Igami, Bonkotsu — 159, 160 Japanese 

Ikeda, Shoyen — 13 Japanese 

Ikeda, Yuhachi — 59 Japanese 

Ingersoll, Emma K. H. • 

Inman, Henry • 

Inness, George • 
Innocenti, Caraillo — 56, 57, 58, 59 Italian 

Inouye, Daijiro — 84 Japanese 

Irvine, Wilson • 

Isham, Samuel • 

Ishii, Hakutei — 27 Japanese 

Ishikawa, Toraji — 37 Japanese 

Ishino, Ryazan — 240 Japanese 

Israels, Isaac Netherlands 

43, 44, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140 
Israels, Jozef — 4026 

United States Section, Loan Collection 
Italian School — 4004, 4005 

United States Section, Loan Collection 

Itaya, Hazan — 111, 112, 113 Japanese 

Ito, Jakuchu Japanese 

207, 208, 209, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214 

Ito, Keisui — 6 Japanese 

Ito, Tozan — 144 Japanese 

Ivinvi-Grunwald, Bela International 

275, 276, 277, 278, 279, 280 

Ives Browne, Robert — 45 Netherlands 

Iwasa, Matabei — 184 Japanese 

Iwataki, Tamaro — 85 Japanese 

Jackson, Annie Hurlburt • 

Jacobsen, August — 45 Norzvegian 

Jacquier, Henry — 385 French 
Jaegers, Albert — 142, 150. United States. 

Photo. Reprod. t 

Jakobi, Ruth • 

Jamar, S. Corinne • 

James, William • 

Jans, Jan — 46 Netherlands 

Janason, Alfred ' • 

Jaques, Bertha E. Clauson § 

Jam, Knut — 278 Swedish 

Jarvis, John Wesley • 

Jaulmes, Gustave E. — 386 French 

Javor, Pal— 281, 282 International 

Jay, Cecil • 

Jean-Boucher — 643, 644 French 

Jeanniot, Georges — 569 French 
leanniot, Pierre-Georges — 387, 388 French 

Jeltsema, T. E.— 183 Netherlands 

Jen Wei-chang — 387 Chinese 



Jerace, Francesco — 134, 135 Italian 

Jewett, William • 

Jilovsky, G. International 

673, 674, 675, 676, 677, 678, 679 

Johansen, John Christen • 

Johansen, Otto — 46, 47, 48 Norwegian 

Johansson, Carl Swedish 

153, 154, 155, 156 

Johansson, Thor — 363, 364, 365 Swedish 

Johns, W. R. § 

Johnson, David • 

Johnson, Eastman • 

Johnson, Grace Mott United States 

1396, 3334, 3339, 3342 

Johnson, Harrj' L. • 

Johnson, Thomas S 

Jones, Alfred § 

Jones, Frances C. — 242. United States. 

Photo. Reprod. • 

Jones, Hugh Bolton • 

Jones, Leon Foster • 

Jones, Reginald — 283 International 

Jong, Toon de — 141, 142 Netherlands 

Jorde, Lars — 49, 50, 51 Norwegian 

Joris, Pio — 60 Italian 

Jouett, Matthew Harris • 

Jourdain, Francis — 389 French 

Jouve, Paul— 390, 391 French 

Jouvet-Magron. Dominique — 570 French 

Juergens. Alfred • 

juhasz, Arpad — 809, 810 International 

Jung, C. Jac. • 

Jungnickel, L. H. International 

680, 681, 682, 683, 684, 685, 686, 687, 688, 

689, 690, 691, 692, 693, 694, 695 

Junicho, Sadakichi — 164, 165 Japanese 

Jurres, J. H. — 47 Netherlands 

Kaelin, Charles S. • 

Kai Chi-hsiang — 437 Chinese 

Kaigetsudo — 187 Japanese 

Kaiser, Richard — 284 International 

Kajimoto, Seizaburo — 145 Japanese 

Kallstenius, Gottfrid Swedish 

157, 158, 159, 160, 161 

Kanno, Gertrude Boyle t 

Kano, Eitoku — 196 Japanese 

Kano, Motonobu — 175 Japanese 

Kano, Tannyu — 199 Japanese 

Kano, Sansetsu — 205 Japanese 

Kano, Tsunenobu — 180, 203 Japanese 

Kao Chien-fu— 365, 366 Chinese 

Kao Chi-pei — 381 Chinese 

Kao Ki-fong — 363, 364 Chinese 

Kao Siao-shan — 361, 362 Chinese 

Karlovskv, Bertalan International 

285, 286, 287 

Karpeles, Andree — 392 French 

Kasimir, L. International 

696, 697, 698, 699, 700 



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INDEX OF ARTISTS 



Kasimir-Hoernes, T. International 

701, 702, 703 

Kato, Tomotaro — 114, 115 Japanese 

Kato, Kozan — 79, 80, 81, 82 Japanese 

Kato, Toji— 241, 242 Japanese 

Katona, Nanclor — 288, 289 International 

Katsukara, Shunsho — 201 Japanese 

Kaula, Lee Lufkin • 

Kaula, William J. • 

Kavli, Arne Norwegian 

52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 187, 188, 189, 

190, 191, 192, 193, 194, 195, 196, 197, 198, 

199 

Kawabata, Gyokusho — 170 Japanese 

Kawabe, Mitate — 171 Japanese 

Kawade, Shibataro — 125 Japanese 

Kawakami, Kuniyo — 62 Japanese 

Kawanishi, Shiryu — 70 Japanese 

Kawasaki, Shigeo — 64 Japanese 

Kawashima, Jinbei — 149, 150 Japanese 

Kazianv, Odon International 

290, 291, 292, 293, 294, 29S, 296, 297 

Kee Ku-kai Chinese 

152, 153, 154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159, 160, 

161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 

170, 171, 172, 173 

Keeler, Charles B., Jr. § 

Keith, William • 

Keller, Arthur I. • 

Keller, Edgar • 

Kelly, Hannah R. • 

Kemeys, Edward S. t 

Kendall. Margaret • 

Kendall, Sergeant *t 

Kensett, John Frederick • 

Kent, Rockwell • 

Kerling, Anna E. — 48, 49 Netherlands 

Kernstock, Kdroly International 

298, 299, 300, 301 

Kezdi-Kovacs, Laszl6 — 302 International 

Kiang Ying-seng — 348 Chinese 

Kielland, Manne— 60, 200, 201 Norwegian 

Kikiichi, Kashu — 7 Japanese 
Kimball, Isabel Moore— 238. United States. 

Photo. Reprod. t 

Kimball, Kalherine § 

Kimura, Hideo — 89, 90 Japanese 

Kindlund, Anna Belle Wing • 

King, Charles B. § 

King, Edith Lawrence • 

King, Frank S. § 

King Hsien-san — 193 Chinese 

King, Paul • 

King Tsing-fun— 319 Chinese 

Kinkozan, Sobei Japanese 

127, 128, 129, 130, 131 

Kips, Erich — 303 International 

Kirkpatrick, William A. • 

Kitagawa, Inen — 183 Japanese 

Kitamura, Seibo^63 Japanese 



Klein, Lillie V. O'Ryan • 

Klemm, Walter International 

704, 705, 706, 707, 708, 709, 710, 711, 712, 

713, 714, 715, 716, 717, 718, 719, 720 
Kncller, Sir Godfrey— 2900 

United States Section, Loan Collection 
Knight, Charles R. — 50. United States. 

Photo. Reprod. t 

Knight, Harold — 304 International 

Knight, Laura — 305 International 

Knirr, Heinrich — 306 International 

Knox, James • 

Kobori, Tomoto — 19 Japanese 

Kobayashi, Saiji — 155 Japanese 

Koekkoek, Gerard — 143 Netherlands 

Kohn, Irma • 

Koito, Gentaro — 25 Japanese 

Kokoschka, Oskar International 

307, 308, 309, 310, 311, 312, 313, 314, 315, 

316, 317, 318, 319, 320, 321, 721 

Kolsto, Frederik — 61, 62 Norwegian 

Konrad, Gyula — 811, 812, 813 International 

Konti, Isidore % 

Koopman, Augustus § 

Kopman, Benjamin D. • 

Kormendi-Frimm, Jeno International 

1040, 1041 

Korostoi-Kriesch, A. International 

322, 323, 324, 325, 326, 327, 328, 329, 330, 

331, 332, 334, 335, 336, 337 

Korompay, Duilio — 61 Italian 

Koster, Anton Louis — 50, 51 Netherlands 
Kouw, Casper Marinus Leendert — 144, 145 

Netherlands 

Krabbe, H. M. Netherlands 

52, 53, 146, 147 

Krag, Lul — 63 Noriuegian 

Kramer, Martinus Netherlands 

54, 148, 149 

Kratina, Joseph t 

Kretzinger, Clara Josephine • 

Krimmell, John Lewis • 

Kroll, Leon • 

Krohg, Christian Noriuegian 

64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71 

Kron, Jeno — 814, 815 International 

Kronberg, Louis • 

Kruell, Gustav § 

Krupka, Joseph t 

Ku Chien-lung — 398 Chinese 

Ku Chia-chun — 371, 372 Chinese 

Ku Loh-tse — 370 Chinese 

Kuan Wen-kai Chinese 

260, 261, 262. 263, 264, 265 

Kubinyi, A. — 816, 817 International 

Kui Hsu-yuen — 266 Chinese 

Kulle, Axel— 162, 163, 164 Swedish 

Kunffy, Lajos — 338 International 

Kunwald, Cezar — 339 International 

Kun Hsu — 386 Chinese 



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CATALOGLE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Kuroda, Toko — 197 Japanese 

Iviirokavva, Eisho — 224 Japanese 

KiJsel, Ernst Swedish 

165, 166, 167, 366, 367, 36S, 369 

Kyle, Joseph * 

Ladd, Anna Coleman t 

Laessle, Albert * 

La Farge, Bancel * 

La Farge, John— 192. United States. Photo. 

Reprod. * 

Laffan, A. 5 

Lafleur, Abel— 645 French 

Lagos, Alberto— 32, 33, 34 Argentine 

Laguillermie, Frederic-Aiiguste French 

571, 572 

Lai Ching-ko — 41 Chinese 

Lamb, Charles Rollinson- 191. United 

States. Photo. Reprod. 

Lamb, F. M. * 

Lamb, Frederick Stymetz. 125, 188, 199, 200, 

213. United States. Photo. Reprod. 

Lambert, Gertrude A. * 

Lambert, Gustave — 646 French 

Lambert, John * 

Lamourdedieu, Raoul— 647 French 

Lamv, P. Franc- 393 French 

Lan Sheng— 409 Chinese 

Lan Tao— 408 Chinese 

Lan Tien-shu — 436 Chinese 

Lander, Benjamin § 

Landowski, Paul-Maximilien French 

648, 649 

I.ang, Annie Traquair * 

Lange, Olaf Nortue^an 

202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 207 

Langhorne, Katherine * 

Langtrv, Mary * 

Lao Tien-li Chinese 

104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109 

Laparra, William— 394 French 

Laporte, Blairze— 649A French 

Laprade, Pierre— 395 French 

Larrive, Jean— 650, 651 French 

Larsson, Carl Sivedish 

168, 169, 170. 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 

177, 178, 179, 180, 181, 182, 183. 184, 185, 

186, 187. 188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 193, 194, 

195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200, 201 

Larsson, Gottfried Sioedish 

279, 280, 281, 282, 283, 284 

Latanay, Gaston de — 573, 574 French 

Lathrop, William Langson • 

La Toiiche, Gaston— 396, 397 French 
La Touche, Gaston— 2815 

United States Section, Loan Collection 

Lauber, Joseph— 111, 113, 202. United 

States. Photo. Reprod. 

Laureng, Theodor — 72 Nor^vegian 

Laurens, Jean-Paul — 398 French 

Laurens, Paul-Albert — 399 French 



Laurent, Ernest-Joseph — 400 French 

Lavalley, Louis — 401 French 

Lavecchia, Francisco — 35, 36 Argentine 

Lavery, John — 340 Internationa! 

Lavrut, Louise — 402 French 

Lawrence, Sir Thomas— 2910, 2913 

United Slates Section, Loan Collection 
Lawson, Alexander § 

Lavfson, Ernest • 

Lawson, J. Kerr — 341 International 

Leandre, Charles-Lucien — 575 French 

Learned, Arthur Garfield § 

Lebasque, Henri — 403, 404 French 

Lebourg, Albert — 405 French 

Le Briin, Charles— 4021 

United States Section, Loan Collection 

Ledeboer, Hans — 55 Netherlands 

Lederer, Fritz— 722. 723, 724, 725, 726, 727, 

728 International 



t 
French 
French 
French 
French 
French 

• 

United States 



Lee, Arthur 

Lefebvre, Hippolyte — 652 
Lefort, Henri — 576 
Le Gout-Gerard, Fernand — 406 
Legrand, Louis — 577 
Leheutre. Gustav— 578, 579 
Leigh, William Robinson 
Lelv, Sir Peter— 2906 
Le Meilleur, Georges— 580, 581 French 

Lemordant, Jean-Julien — 407, 408, 409, 410 

French 
Lemos, Pedro J. 
Lenard, Robert 

818, 819, 820, 

827, 828. 829, 

836, 837 
Lenbach, Franz 



International 
821, 822, 823, 824, 825, 826, 
830, 831, 832, 833, 834, 835, 



von — 2S58, 2860 

United States Section, Loan Collection 
Lenselink, Rens — 56 Netherlands 

Leon, Edouard-Henri — 582, 583 French 

Lepape, Georges — 411, 412, 413 French 

Lepine, Joseph — 414 French 

Lepine, Stanislas— 2852, 2855 

United States Section, Loan Collection 



Lerolle, Henri — 415 

Leroux, Georges-Paul — 416, 417 

Le Sidaner, Henri-Eugene — 418, 419 

Leiide. Herbert — 370 

Leurzt, Emanuel 

Lever, Hayley 

Le\>, Beatrice S. 

Levy, William Auerbach 

Lewis, Allen 

Lewis. Edmund D. 

Lewis, Helen V. 

Li Chang-tai— 245, 246 

Li Hao— 336, 337 

Li Heo-veh— 303 

L! Hsao-vu— 287, 288, 289, 290, 291, 

294, 295, 296, 297, 298, 299 
Li Hsi-san— 431 



French 

French 

French 

Sivedish 



§ 

•5 

S 

• 
• 
Chinese 
Chinese 
Chinese 
292, 293, 
Chinese 
Chinese 



[468] 



INDEX OF ARTISTS 



Li Yang-Chih— 377 Chinese 

Lichtenaiier, J. Mortimer — 144. I'nited States. 

Photo. Reprod. •§ 

Lie. Jonas • 

Lien HMin-liao— 307, 308, 309, 310, 311, 312 

Chinese 
I.iljefors, Bruno— 202, 203, 204, 205 Swedish 
Liljestrom, Gustav F. • 

Lin Chin-an— 144, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149 

150 Chinese 

Lin Hsu— 338, 339, 340 Chinese 

LindherR, Erik— 285, 286 Swedish 

Linde, Ossip L. • 

Lindh, Bror — 206 Siuedish 

Lindin, Carl Olof Eric * 

I.indquist, Herman — 207 Swedish 

Lindstrom, Martin— 371, 372 Swedish 

Linford, Charles • 

Lionne, Enrico — 62, 63 Italian 

Lipoth, Ferencz— 342, 343, 344, 345, 346, 347 

International 
I.ippinrott, William Henry * 

little, John Weslev * 

Little, Philip • 

Liu I-t7U— 382 Chinese 

Liu Sung-mein- 384 Chinese 

Liu Ts/-hsin— 331, 332, 333 Chinese 

Llimona. Juan — 348, 349 International 

Llopis de Casades, Juan Maria — 350, 351, 

352 International 

Lo Yong — 357 Chinese 

Lobre, Maurice 420 French 

Lockman, He Witt M. • 

Locb, Louis * 

Liikke, Marie * 

Londoner, Amy * 

Lons, Hong-mu — 7, 8 Chinese 

T.oncarre, James Barton § 

Loneacre, Lydia Eastwick * 

Longman, Evelyn Beatrice. 131, 135. United 

States. Photo Reprod. X 

Loomis, Chester. 186. United States. Photo. 

Reprod. 
Lopez-Mesquita, Jose M. — 353, 354 

International 
T.6pez Natniil, Gregorio — 37, 38 Argentine 
Lotz. Karoly— 355, 356, 357, 358, 359, 360, 

838 International 

I.owdon, Elsie Motz • 

Lowenstamm, Ernina— 729 International 

Loy, Mina — 361, 362 International 

Lucas, Jean Williams • 

Luce, Maximilien — 421 French 

Luck, C. C— 373, 374, 375 Swedish 

Ludovici, Alice E. • 

Luini, Bernardo — 4000 

United States Section, Loan Collection 
Luke, Kathryn Logan • 

Lukeman, Augustus t 

Luks, George • 



Lum, Bertha § 

Luna, Juan— 21, 22 Philippine 

Lund, Henrik— 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79 

Norwegian 
Lundberg, Theodor — 287, 288 Swedish 

Lundborg, Florence • 

Lungren, Fernand French 

Lunois, Alexandre — 584, 585, 586, 587 

French 
Luppi, Ermenegildo— 136, 137, 138, 139 

Italian 
Lucpiiens. Huc-Mazelet § 

Luxoro, Cesare — 64 Italian 

Lynch, Anna 

Lynch, Justo— 39 Argentin, 

McCartan, E. : 

McCarter, Henrv 
MacChesnev, Clara T. 
McColl, Mary A. 
McComas, Francis 
McCormick, Howard 
McCormick, M. Evelyn 
MacDougall, John A. 
McEwen, Walter— 141, 149. United State: 

Photo. Reprod. 
McFee, Henry Lee 
MacGilvary, Norwood 
Mclllhenny, C. Morgan 
Mclntire, Katharine 
Macintosh, William W. 
McKenzie, R. Tait. 28, 46, 139, 153. U. S 

Photo. Reprod. 
McKillop, William 
Mcl.ane, M. Jean 
Macl.aughlin, Donald Shaw 5 

McMillen, Mildred § 

MacNeil, Carol Brooks % 

MacN'eil, Hermon Atkins — 48, 130, 134, 140, 

148. V. S. Photo. Reprod. t 

Ma Chen— 375 Chinese 

Ma Chiang-chuan — 416 Chinese 

Ma Hsao-shien Chinese 

222, 223, 224, 225. 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 

231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236, 237 
Ma Yuen — 394 Chinese 

Maarel, M. van der — 57 Netherlands 

Maccari, Cesare — 2844, 2850 

United States Section, Loan Collection 
Macky, Constance • 

Macky, E. Spencer • 

Mackay, William A. 45. United States. 

Photo. Reprod. 
Macrum, George H. • 

Macsoud, Nicholas S. • 

Madeline, Paul — 422. 423 French 

Mager, Gus • 

Magliocchetti, Id.n — 65 Italian 

Magnus, Siri— 387, 388, 389, 390, 391 

Swedish 



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CATALOGUE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Magnusson, Gustaf— 392, 393, 394, 395 

Swedish 
Magonigle, Edith M. * 

Magyar-Mannheimer, Gusztav — 363, 364, 365, 
366, 367 International 

Maillart, Diogene — 424 French 

Maillaud, Fernand — 425 French 

Major, Ernest L. * 

Major, Henrik— 368 International 

Makino, Shiro— 158 Japanese 

Makowsky, Alexander— 369 International 

Malagarriga Ormast, Elvira — 370 

International 

Malbone, Edward Greene * 

Malharro, Martin — 40. 41 Argentine 

Malhoa, Jose— 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60 

Portuguese 

Mallol Casanovas, Ignacio — 371 

International 
Malric, Charles-Louis— 653 French 

Manatt, William Whitney _ * 

Mancini, Antonio — 66, 67, 68 Italian 

Manguin, Henri— 426, 427 French 

Manigault, E. Middleton * 

Manley, Thomas R. § 

Mannheim, Jean 

Manning, W. Westley— 730 International 
Manor, Florence + 

Manship, Paul + 

Manta, Abel Abrantes — 61, 62, 63 

Portuguese 
Mantilla, Maria— 8, 9 Cuban 

Maraini, Antonio — 140 Italian 

Marcel-Beronneau, Pierre — 428 French 

Marcel-Clement, Amedce-Julien — 429 French 
Mares, Frederico — 1042 International 

Marffv, 5d6n— 372, 373, 374, 375 _ 

International 

Marchant, Edward D. * 

Marin, John » 

Maris, Matthew — 4035 

United States Section, Loan Collection 
Mark, Louis— 376, 377, 378, 379, 380 _ 

International 
Marko, Erno— 839 International 

Marqueste, Laurent — 654 French 

Marquet, Albert— 430, 431 French 

Marr, Carl 

Marsh, Alice Randall * 

Marsh, Fred Dana. 116. United States. 

Photo. Reprod. 
Marshall, E. Newell * 

Marshall, William Edgar •§ 

Marsill, Emilio — 141 Italian 

Mars-Vallett, Marius — 655 French 

Martens, Willy— 58 Netherlands 

Martin, Henri-Jean-Guillaume — 432, 433 

French 
Martin, Homer D. • 

Martin, Jacques — 434, 435 French 



Martinez, Xavier •§ 

Martinez-Vazquez, Jose — 43, 44 Uruguayan 
Marussig, Guido — 69 Italian 

Maruyama, Banka — 26 Japanese 

Maruyaraa, Okyo — 195, 200 Japanese 

iVIarval, Jacqueline-Marie — 436, 437 French 
Mas-Olle, Helmer— 208, 209, 210, 211, 212, 

376, 377, 378 Swedish 

Mason, John • 

Mason, Maud M. • 

Masriera, Luis — 381 International 

Mastenbroek, Johan Hendrik van — 59, 60 

Netherlands 
Mathews, Arthur F. • 

Mathews, Lucia K. • 

Matisse, Auguste — 438 French 

Matoso da Fonseca, Joao Guilherme — 138, 

139 Portuguese 



Matsukane, Shinjiro — 93, 94 
Matsiio, Choshun — 60, 61 
Maufra, Maxime — 439 
Maurer, Alfred H. 
Maury, Cornelia F. 
Maun,-, Georges-Sauveur 
Maverick, Peter 
Maxence, Edgard — 441 
May, Edward Harrison 
Mayer, Louis 
Maynard, Richard F. 
Mayr, C. 

Mazur, Wladyslaw 
Mazzanovich, Laurence 
Meakin, L. H. 
Meats, Helen Farnsworth 
.VIednyanszky, Baron — 382, 



Japanese 

Japanese 

French 

• 

French 

§ 

French 

t 

t 
383, 384 

International 
Meheut, Mathurin — 442, 443 French 

Meifren, Eliseo— 385, 386, 387 International 
Meinshausen, George 5 

Meissonier, Jean Louis Ernest — 4023 

United States Section, Loan Collection 
Melcher, Bertha Corbett 
Melchers, Gari. 133, 241. 



Photo. Reprod. 
Melero, Aurelio — 12, 
Meln, David de— 64 
Melville, Francis 
Menard, fimile-Rene- 
Mendenhall, Emma 



13 



-444, 445 



Mengarini, Pietro — 70 

Menocal, Armando — 10, 11 

Mension, C. J. — 61 

Mentessi, Giuseppe — 71 

Menzler, Bertha S. 

Mercie, Antonin — 446, 447, 655A 

Mercie, Fernand-Antonin — 448 

Merrill, Katherine 

Merritt, Anna Lea 

Merson, Luc-Olivier — 449, 450 

Meryman, Richard S. 



United States. 

• 

Cuban 
Portuguese 

French 

• 

Italian 

Cuban 

Netherlands 

Italian 



French 

French 

§ 

•5 

French 

• 



[470] 



INDEX OF ARTISTS 



Mesdag, H. W.— 62 Netherlands 

Messer, Edmund Clarence • 

Meszolv, Geza — 388 International 

Metcalf, Willard L. • 
Mettling, Louis — 2918 

United States Section, Loan Collection 

Meyer, Johan — 63 Netherlands 

Meyn, George Liidwig — 389 International 

Mezzana, Corrado — 72 Italian 
Michel, Georges— 2857 

United States Section, Loan Collection 



-656 



French 



Michel, Gustav 

Mielziner, Leo 

Miess, Frip>es — 390 

Migliaro, Vincenzo — 73 

Mihaly, Rezso— 391, 392, 393 

Milcendeau, Charles — +51 

Milesi, Alessandro — 74 

Milhau, Zella De 

Millar, Addison Thomas 

Miller, Joseph Maxwell 

Miller, Kenneth Haves • 

Miller, Richard E. ' • 

Milles, Ruth— 289, 290, 291, 292, 293, 294, 

Sivedish 
Millet, Frank D.— 204, 224, 237, 251, 252. 

United States. Photo Reprod. 
Millet, Jean Fran(;ois— 2842 

United States Section, Loan Collection 



International 

Italian 

International 

French 

Italian 

§ 

•§ 

t 



Mills, J. Harrison 


• 


Milne, David 


« 


Minakami, Taisei — 8 


Japanese 


Minor, Robert C. 


§ 


Mitchell, Arthur 


• 


Mitchell, Eleanor B. 


• 


Mitchell, Laura M. D. 


• 


Miiti-Zanetti, Guiseppe — 75 


Italian 


Mitsui, Banri — 9 


Japanese 


Mitsutani, Kunishiro — 30 


Japanese 


Miyachi, Ichiyu — 73 


Japanese 


Mivagawa, Kozan — 105, 106, 


107, ins, 109, 


110 


Japanese 


Miyake, Katsumi— 33 


Japanese 


Moeller. Selma M. D. 


• 


Moen, Charles Antoine — 64 


Netherlands 


Moises, Julio— 394 


International 


Molarskv, Morris 


• 


Molin, Hjalmar— 396, 397 


Sivedish 


Monard, Louis de — 657 


French 


Mo Fong-si — 351 


Chinese 


Mondriaan, Fritz — 65 


Netherlands 


Monegal Prat, Esteban— 1043 


International 


Monet, Claude— 2808, 2809, 2810, 2811, 2812, 


2813, 2814 




United States Section, 


Loan Collection 


Monet, Claude — 452 


French 


Monges, Henry B. 


• 


Monks, John A. S. 


§ 


Monnickendam, Martin — 66 


Netherlands 


Montero, Adolfo — 42, 43 


Argentine 



Monticelli, Adolphe — 2839, 4038, 4041 

United States Section, Loan Collection 

Montizambert, Beatrice • 

Mooney, Edward • 

Mora, F. Luis • 

Mora, Joseph Jacinto j 
Moraes, Narciso Alfredo de — 69, 70 

„ , Portuguese 

Moran, Edward • 

Moran, Mary Nimmo § 

Moran, Peter eg 

Moran, Thomas •! 

Morani, Alessandio — 76 Italian 

Morani, Helbig Lily— 77 Italian 

Morbelli, Angelo— 78 Italian 

Moreno, Agapita— 23 Philippine 

Morey, M. Rodriguez— 14, 15, 16, 17, Cuban 
Monde, Jeanne — 453 French 

Morikawa, Toin— 216, 217, 218, 219, 220 

Japanese 

Morimura, Yoshine— 2 Japanese 

Morisset, Henri— 454, 455 French 

-Morse, Samuel F. B. • 

Moser, JTames Henry • 

Mott-Smith, May •{ 

Moulyn, S.— 67, 150, 151, 152 Netherlands 

Mount, William Sidney • 

Muhrman, Henry • 

Mullgardt, Louis Christian § 

Miiller, Johannes— 89, 89A Noriuegian 

Muller, Olga Popoff } 

Miiller, Peter Paul— 395 International 

Muller, Richard— 396 International 

Munch, Edvard Norwegian 

80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 208, 209, 210, 

211, 212, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 

220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228. 

229, 230, 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236, 237, 

238, 239, 240. 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 246 

247, 24.^, 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 

256, 257, 258, 259, 260, 261, 262, 263, 264 

Mundy, Ethel Frances • 

Munkarsy, Mihaly— 397, 398 International 

Mura, Frank • 

Murakami, Hoko — 3 Japanese 

Muranvi, Gvula — 1044, 1045, 1046, 1047, 1048 

1049, 105(i, 1051, 1052 International 

Murphy, Ada Clifford • 

Murphy, Caroline Bowles • 

Murphy, Hermann Dudley • 

Murphy, J. Francis • 

Murray, Frank Waldo • 

Murray, Grace H. • 

Myriclc, Katharine , • 

Nadler, R.— 399 International 

Nagara, Yozo — 151 Japanese 

Nagy, Laura — 400, 401, 402, 840, 841, 842, 843 

International 

!Vag>-, Sdndor — 403, 404, 405, 406, 407, 408, 

409, 844 International 



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CATALOGUE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Nahl, Perham W. •§ 

Nakogawa, Hachiro — 35 Japanese 

Nakamura, Fusetsu — 38 Japanese 

Nakamura, Shuto — 126 Japanese 

Nakazawa, Hiromitsu — 32 Japanese 

Xakken.Willera Carel— 6S Netherlands 

Nam. Jacques — 456 French 

Namikowa, Gomi — 153 Japanese 

Namikavva, Sosuke — 123, 124 Japanese 

Naminohira, Yuklvasu — 226 Japanese 
Naudin, Bernard— 457, 458, 588, 589 French 

Nava, Hector — 44, 45, 46 Argentine 

Navazio De, Walter- — 47 Argentine 
Navellier, fidoiiard-Felicien-Eugene — 658 



Neagle. 

Neilsen, M. P. 

Neilson, Raymond P. R. 

Nell, Tony 

Nelson, Bruce 

Nen Wei-ching — 414 

Nerman, Einar— 379, 380 

Nettleton, Walter 

Neuhaus, Eugen 

Neujd, Herman— 298, 299. 300, 301, 



French 

* 

X 



Chinese 
Sicedish 



302, 303 
Siuedish 
French 
Italian 

* 



Neumont, Maurice — 459, 590 

Neuschuler, Alberto— 79 

Newell. Peter 

Newman, John § 

Newman, Victor Winthrop § 

Newsam, Albert § 

Newton, Francis. 203. United States. Photo. 

Reprod. 
Nicholls, Rhoda Holmes • 

Nichols, Hobart * 

Nicolini, Giovanni — 142, 143 Italian 

Nieuwenkamp, W. O. J.— 153, 154, 155, 156 

Netherlands 
Nisbet, Robert H. 
Nishi, Oshu— 22 
Nishiinura, Hikobei— 76, 77, 78 
Noble, John 

Noble, Thomas Satterwhite 
Noci, Arturo — 80, 81 

Nogami, Tatsuoki — 72 

Nnguchi, Yukoku — 172 

Nomellini, Plinio— 82, 83 

\'ono, Luigi — 84 

None, Urbano — 144 

Noauet. Paul 

Nordell, Carl J. 

NorHensten, Ragnhild — 331 

Nordfeldt, Bror J. O. § 

Nordhagen. Johan— 265. 266, 267, 268, 269, 
270, 271 Norwegian 

Nordin, Alice— 295, 296, 297 Swedish 

Nordling, Gerda — 382 Sivedish 

Narita, Torakichi — 153 Japanese 

Norlind, Ernst— 383, 384, 385, 386 Swedish 



Japanese 
Japanese 



Italian 

Japanese 

Japanese 

Italian 

Italian 

Italian 

t 

Swedish 



Norman, John § 

N'orman, Mabel • 

Northcote, James — 2904 

United States Section, Loan Collection 
" § 



Northcote, Stafford M 
Nourse, Elizabeth 
Noyes, George L. • 

Nozal, Alexandre — 460, 461 French 

Nu Su-nen— 342 Chinese 

Numada, Ichiga — 222 Japanese 

Numata, Ichiga — 46 Japanese 

Nunn, Frederick • 

Nyman, Hilding — 398, 399, 400 Swedish 

Oakley, Thornton • 

Oakley, Violet— 155, 156, 157, 158, 159, 160, 
161, 162, 163, 164, 165. United States. 
Photo. Reprod. • 

O'Brien, Frank M. • 

Ochtman, Leonard • 

O'Donovan. William R. t 

O'Farrell, G.— 24, 25 Philippine 

Ogaki, Masanori — 86 Japanese 

Ogura, Uichiro — 65 Japanese 

Ohta, Kijiro^24 Japanese 

Ohta, Masachika — 68 Japanese 

Ohta, Masatada — 67 Japanese 

Oka, Toyen — 16 Japanese 

Okada, Sesso — II, 12 Japanese 

Okajima, Tesshu — 4 Japanese 

Okamoto, Hosui — 23 Japanese 

Okawa, Takezo — 146 Japanese 

Okumura, Masanobu — 186 Japanese 

Oldewelt, Ferdinand Gustaaf Willem — 69 

Netherlands 
Olgvav, Ferencz — 410 International 

Olgyay, Victor— 845, 846, 847, 848 

International 
Olinsky, Ivan G. • 

Oliva Navarro, Juan Carlos — 48, 49 

Argentine 
Oliver, Jean Nutting • 

Olivier, Fedinand — 462 French 

Olson, Albert Byron * 

Olson, Joseph Oliver • 

Olsson, Anders — 304 Swedish 

Olsson, Julius — 411 International 

O'Lynch de Lynch Town, Charles — 412 

International 

Onsager, Soren — 90, 91 Norwegian 

Orlik, Emil International 

731, 732, 733, 734, 735, 736, 737. 738, 739, 

740, 741, 742, 743, 744, 745, 746, 747, 748, 

749, 750, 751, 752, 753, 754, 755 

Orr, Louis § 

Orsi, Achille d' — 125 Italian 

Ortner, Ferencz — 413 International 

Osborne, Malcolm — 756 International 

Osslund, Helmer- 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 

219 Swedish 



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INDEX OF ARTISTS 



Osterlund, John— 220 Svjedis/, 

Osterlund-Wigert, Matliilda— 221, 222 

Siueais/i 

Osterman. F.mil— 223, 224 Swdish 

Otis, Amy ^, 

Otis, Bass ^ ° 

Ottmann, Henrv--^63, 464 French 

Ouvre, Achille— 591 , Fr'nc't 

Overbeek, G. J. van— 70 Netherlands 
Paal. Laszl6— 414, 415 Internationa^ 

Packard, Mabel ^ 

Paddock, Ethel Louise ^ 
Paddock, Josephine 

Pacani, Juan B— 68, 69 Uruguayan 

Pagano. Jose Leon— 50, 51, 52 Argentine 
Page, Marie Danforth 

Page, William ° 

Pages, Jules , 

Paice, Philip Stuart . 

Paine, Robert T. J 

Palmer, Pauline , 
Pancoast, Morris Hall 

Pannemakcr, FranQois— 592 French 

Panozzi, Americo-53, 54, 55 Argentine 

^''3lr5t56.57,5S,59,60,205,20?20^ 

208, 209, 210, 211, 212, 213, 255 

Pao Yun-ting— 399, 400 Chinese 

Pane, Eric . , 

Papp, Lajos— 849 International 

Parada, Santin, Jose-416, 417 Internationa^ 

Paradise, John W. ,. 

Parisani, Napoleone— 85, 86 Italian 

Parker. I.awton S. ^ 

Parrish, Clara Weaver ^ 

Parrish, Stephen | 

Parshall, He Witt . 

Parsons, Edith Parretto ^+ 

Partington, Gertrude J 

Partington, J. H. E. ^ 

Partridge, G. Roy » 

Partridge, William Ordway * 

Pascau, J.-P.-P.-Eugene-^65 French 

Pasinetti, Antonio— 87 '"!>"'" 

Paterson, J.— 418 International 

Patigian, Haig r,.„^;, 

Patricot, Jean-593 French 

Pattee, Elsie Dodge ^e 

Patterson, Margaret J. » 

Patterson, Rebecca Burd Peale 

Paulin, Paul-659, 660, 661, 662 French 

Paulus, Francis Petrus J 

Paxson. Martha K. D. ^ 

Paxton, Elizabeth Okie ^ 

Paxton, William McGregor ^ 

Pavne, Edgar ,, 

Peale, Charles Willson » 

Peale, J. S. , 

Peale, James ^ 

Peale, Rembrandt ^ 



International 
United States. Photo. 



Pearce, Charles Sprague — 12". United States. 

Photo. Reprod. 
Pearson, Joseph T., Jr. • 

Pearson, Ralph M. 
Pechan, Jozsef — 419 
Peixotto, Ernest — 232. 

Reprod. 
Pekenino, Michele § 

Pelham, Peter § 

Pellini, Eugenio — 145 Italian 

Pelouse, Leon Germain — 2849 

United Slates Section, Loan Collection 
Pennell, Joseph § 

Pennoyer, Sheldon P. • 

Peper, Meta A. • 

Perard, Victor Semon S 

Percy, Isabelle C. *§ 

Pernot, Henri — 663 French 

Perrault-Harry, fimile — 664 French 

Perrie, Bertha E. * 

Perrine, Van Dearing * 

Perry, Lilla Cabot • 

Perry, R. Hinton t 

Petersen, Carlo— 401, 402, 403, 404, 405, 406 

Swedish 
Peterson, Jane * 

Peterssen, Reidar— 272, 273, 274, 275 

Norivegian 

Petiti, Filiberto— 88 

Petrus, Anna— 407, 408, 409 

Peyraud, Frank C. 

Pfeiffen, Justus 

Phillips, Caroline King 

Phoenix. I.auros Monroe — 205 

Photo. Reprod. 
Piazzetta, G. B.--1008, 4011 

United States Section, Loan Collection 
Piazzonni, Gottardo F. P. *§ 

Piccirilli, Attilio * 

Piccirilli, Furio ^ 

Pick, Lajos— 1053 International 

Pien Lu— 390 Chinese 

Pien Shou-mien— 391 Chinese 

Pierce, Lucy V. 
Pierre, Gustave — 466 
Pieters, Evert — 71 
Pietro, C. S. 
Pietz, Adam 
Pietzsch, Richard — +20 
Pine, Robert Edge 
Pinto, Octavio — 56, 57 
Plot Rene — 467, 468, 469, 470 
Pissarro, Camille— 2819, 2826, 2827 

United Slates Section, Loan Collection 
Piza Roig. Jaime^21, 422 International 

Piatt, Charles A. S 

Plowman, George T. " 

Pogany, Willv International 

850, 851, 852, 853, 854, 855, 856, 857, 858, 

359, 860 



Italian 
Swedish 



United States. 



French 

Netherlands 

t 

t 

International 

• 

Argentine 
French 



[ 473 ] 



CATALOGUE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Italian 
French 
French 
t 
International 



Netherlands 

t 

International 



Pogliani, Antonietta — 146 
Pointelin, Auguste-Emmanuel — 471 
Poisson, Pierre-Marie — 665 
Polasek, Albin 
Pollak, Max— 757, 758, 759 

Pooke, Marion L. 
Poor, Henry Varnum 

Poore, Henry Rankin 

Poortenaar, Jan — 157, 158 

Pope, Alexander 

Por, Bertalan 

423, 424, 425, 861, 862, 863, 864, 865, 866, 
867, 868, 869, 870, 871, 872, 873, 874, 875, 
876, 877, 878, 879, 880, 881, 882, 883, 884, 
885, 886, 887, 888, 889, 890, 891, 892, 893, 
894, 895, 896, 897, 898, 899, 900, 901, 902, 
903, 904, 905, 906, 907, 908, 909, 910, 911, 
912, 913, 914, 915, 916, 917, 918, 919, 920, 
921, 922, 923, 924, 925, 926, 927, 928, 929, 
930. 

Portnoff, Alexander t 

Possoz, Miley— 65, 66, 67, 68, 140, 141, 142 

Portuguese 

Potthast, Edward Henry • 

Poiipelet, Jeanne— 1054,' 1055, 1056 

International 

Powell, Arthur J. E. 

Powers, Hiram 

Powers, Marion 

Prat, Artur— 71, 72, 146 

Pratt, Bela Lyon 

Pratt, Matthew 

Preisler, Jan — 426 

Prenderpast, Maurice B. 

Preston, James 

Preston, May Wilson 

Price, Eugenia 

Priestman, A — 427 

Prihoda, Istvan— 931, 932, 933 

Prinet, Rene-Xavier— 472 

Prini, Giovanni— 147, 148 

Proctor, A. Phimister 

Profit, Georges— 594, 595 

Proost, Johannes — 159 

Protti, Alfredo — 89 

Puech, Denys — 666 

Puig, Domingo — 45, 46, 47, 48 

Purdie, Evelyn 

Purefoy, Heslope 

Puthuff, Hansom 

Putnam, Arthur 

Putnam, Brenda 

Putz, Leo — 428 International 

Puvis de Chavannes, Pierre Cecile — 2831 

United States Section, Loan Collection 

Puy, Jean — 473 French 

Pyie, Howard • 

Quartly, Arthur • 

Quillivic, Rene — 667 French 

Quinlan, Will J. •§ 



t 
Portuguese 

International 



International 

International 

French 

Italian 

t 

French 

Netherlands 

Italian 

French 

Uruguayan 

» 

• 

t 

t 

t 



Quinn, Edmond T. t 

Quires, C. Bernaldo de — 58, 59 Argentine 
Raab, Ervin — 429, 430 International 

Raditz, Lazar • 

Raeburn, Sir Henry — 2911 

United States Section, Loan Collection 
Raffaelli, Jean-Fran(;ois— 596, 597 French 
Ramberg, Gustaf — 410, 411, 412 S'wedish 

Ramsey, Allan — 2909 

United States Section, Loan Collection 
Ramsay, Charles F. • 

Rand, Ellen G. Emmet • 

Randolph, Lee F. •§ 

Raphael, Joseph • 

Rauscher, Lajos— 934, 935, 936, 937, 938, 939, 
940, 941, 942 International 

Ravlin, Grace • 

Realier-Dumas, Maurice — 474 French 

Recchia, Richard H. t 

Redfield, Edward W. • 

Redfield, Heloise Guillou • 

Redmond, Granville • 

Redon, Odilon— 475, 598 French 

Reed, Earl H. § 

Regt, P. de— 72 Netherlands 

Rehn, Frank K. M. • 

Reid, Jean Arnot • 

ReiH, Robert • 

Reiffel, Charles • 

Reindel, Wilhelm G. § 

Reis, Joao — 73, 74, 75, 76 Portuguese 

Remington, Frederic *X 

Remsey, Mme.— 431, 432, 433, 434, 435, 436 

International 
Ren Yee-suen — 304 Chinese 

Renard, Emile — 476 French 

Renaudot, Paul — 477, 478 French 

Renault, G. 119. United States. Photo. Re- 
prod. 
Renda, Giuseppe — 149 Italian 

Reni, Guido— 2893, 2898 

United Stales Section, Loan Collection 
Renoir, Pierre-Auguste — 479 French 

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste— 2822, 2825, 2828, 
2833 

United States Section, Loan Collection 
Renom y Juamandreu, Fausto — 437 

International 
Renouard, Paul — 480, 599, 600, 601 French 
Rapelius, Betsy — 73 Netherlands 

Reuterdahl, Henry • 

Revere, Paul I 

Revold, Axel — 92, 93, 94, 95 Norwegian 

Reycend, Enrico — 90 Italian 

Reyes, N.— 26 Philippine 

Reynolds, Sir Joshua— 2902, 2922 

United States Section, Loan Collection 
Rho, Camillo — 91 Italian 

Rhynnen, Jan van — 74 Netherlands 



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INDEX OF ARTISTS 



Ribeiro, Jose Nunes, Jor. Portuguese 

77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 

88, 143. 
Ribera, Juseppe de (called Spagnoletto) — 

2895, 4012 

United States Section, Loan Collection 
Ricci, Dante— 92, 93 Italian 

Rich, John Hubbard • 

Richards, Lee Greene • 

Richards, Lucy i 

Richards, William Trost • 

Richardson, Mary Curtis • 

Riclimond, Agnes M. • 

Richmond, L. — 438, 439, 440 International 
Riglietti, Guide — 150 Italian 

Rimmer, William • 

Ring, Alice Blair • 

Rippi-Ronav, Jozsef International 

441, 442,443, 444, 445, 446, 447, 448, 449, 

450, 943, 944, 945, 946, 947, 948, 949, 950, 

951, 951A 
Risque, Caroline Everett t 

Ritchie, Alexander Hay § 

Ritschel, William • 

Rittenberg, Henry R. • 

Rittman, Louis • 

Rivera y Mir, Vicente — 27, 28, 29 Philippine 
Riviere, Henri — 602, 603 French 

Roberts, Alice Mumford • 

Robinson, Alexander • 

Robinson, Boardman • 

Robinson, Kathleen Beverley. 118. United 

States. Photo. Reprod. 
Robinson, Theodore • 

Robinson, Thomas • 

Robinson, William S. • 

Rocha, Hector — 60 Argentine 

Roche, Pierre— 604, 605, 668 French 

Rodin. Auguste — 669 French 

Rodriguez, Guillermo C. — 49, 50, 5! 

Uruguayan 
Roecker, Henry Leon • 

Roelofs, Albert— 75 Netherlands 

Roelofs, Willem E., Jr.— 76 Netherlands 
Roger (Guillaume-Roger) — 372 French 

Rogers, Franklin W. • 

Rogers, Gretchen W. • 

Rogers, Marv • 

Roll, Alfred-Philippe— 481, 482, 483, 484, 

670 French 

Rolsho\'en, Julius • 

Rom, Henrik — 96, 97, 98 Norwegian 

Romanach, Leopoldo Cuban 

18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 

29, 30, 31 
Romanelli, Raffaelle— 151, 152 Italian 

Romanelli, Romano — 153, 154 Italian 

Romney, George— 2888, 2916, 2919 

United States Section, Loan Collection 
R6nai-Kaszner — 952 International 



Rook, Edward F. • 

Rosa, Angel Maria de — 61, 62 Argentine 
Rosa, Fabian de la— 30, 31, 32, 33, 34 

Philippine 
Rosales-Bagg, Louise de • 

Resales, Emanuel O. de — 1057, 105S 

International 
Rose, Guy • 

Rose, Manuel— 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57 

Uruguayan 
Rosen, Charles • 

Rosenthal, Albert •§ 

Rosenthal, Max § 

Rosse, Hermann — 77, 78 Netherlands 

Rosse, Hermann — 952A International 

Rossi, Alberto M. — 63, 64 Argentine 

Rossi, Luigi — 94 Italian 

Roth, Ernest David •§ 

Roth, Frederick G. R. t 

Rothermel, Peter Frederick * 

Rouland, Orlando • 

Rousseau, Theodore — 4036, 4037 

United States Section, Loan Collection 
Roussel, Kern-Xavier — 485, 486 French 

Roussel, Paul — 671 French 

Royer, Henri-Paul — 487, 488 French 

Roze, Albert — 672 French 

Rubins, H. W. § 

Rudnay, Gyula — 451 International 

Rumsey, Charles Cary X 

Rungins, Carl • 

Rush, William % 

Russolo— 1159, 1160, 1161, 1162, 1163 

International 
Ryden, Henning *t 

Ryder, Albert P. • 

Ryder, Chauncey F. • 

Ryder, Worth § 

Ryland, R. K.— 220. United States. Photo. 

Reprod. 
Sabatte, J. G. Fernand — 489 French 

Sacheri, Cesare — 95 Italian 

Sacks, Joseph * 

Sagaminokuni, Yoshihiro — 227 Japanese 

Sahlen, .Arthur— 413, 414, 415, 416, 417 

Slue dish 

Sahler, Helen * 

Sahlstrfim, Anna--418, 419, 420, 421 Swedish 

Saint Gaudens, Annetta Johnson t 

Saint Gaudens, Augustus X 

Saint Gaudens, Carlota— 1963, 1971 • 

Saint Gaudens, Louis X 

St. Lerche, Hans Norwegian 

283, 284, 285, 286, 287, 288, 289, 290, 291, 

292, 293, 294, 295, 296, 297, 298, 299, 300, 

301, 302, 303, 304, 305, 306, 307, 308, 309, 

310, 311, 312, 313, 314, 315, 316, 317, 318, 

319, 320, 321, 322, 323, 324, 325, 326, 327, 

328, 329, 330, 331, 332 

St. Memin, Charles B. J. Feveret de § 

Sakakibara, Roko — 148 Japanese 



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CATALOGUE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Sala, Paolo — 96 Japanese 

Salicath, Ornulf — 99, 100 Noriuegian 

Salvatore, Victor D. + 
Salvesen, Valborg Schwartz — 105 



Netherlands 



Noriiefrian 
Italian 
Italian 



Sambo, Edgardo — 97 
Sanctis. Giuseppe De — 38 

Sandona, Matteo • 

Sandor, Mathias * 

Sandzen, Sven Birger * 

Sann, Jacob — 101, 102, 103 Nori-.efrian 

Sano, Mitsukasu — 52 Japanese 

Santo, Angelo del — 12+ Italian 

Sao Yu-sien — 35S Chinese 

Sargent, Geneve Rixford * 

Sargent, John Singer. 206, 207, 211, 212. 

V. S. Photo. Reprod. * 

Sartain, John § 

Sartain, William • 

Sartorelli, Francesco — 98 Italian 

Sasaki, Takayasu — 91 Jaftanese 

Saubes, Daniel — 490 French 

Saude. Antonio Manuel da— 89, 90, 91, 92, 

93, 94 Portuguese 

Sauter, George International 

452, 453, 454, 455, 456, 457. 458, 459, 460, 

461, 462, 463 
Savage, Edward § 

Sawada, Seiichiro — 169 Japanese 

Sawyer, Edith » 

Sawyer, Edward Warren * 

Sawyer, Myra L. • 

Sawyer, Phil § 

Saxton, John Gordon » 

Scattola, Ferruccio — 99 Italian 

Schaap, E. R. D.— 79 Netherlands 

Schaap-van der Pek, H. W. J.— 80 

Netherlands 
Schanze, Oscar — 464 International 

Schelfhout, Lodewyk — 160, 161 Netherlands 
Schermer. Cornells — 81 Netherlands 

Schildt, Martinus — 82 Netherlands 

Schille, Alice • 

Schipperus, Pieter Adrianus — 83 

Netherlands 
Schladermundt, H. T. — 219. United States. 

Photo. Reprod. 
Schlegell, Gustav von •§ 

Schmauss, Peter • 

Schmidt, Karl • 

Schmitt, Albert Felix • 

Schmutzer, Fred— 760, 761, 762, 763, 764 

International 
Schneider, Otto J. § 

Schofield, W. Elmer • 

Schoff, Stephen Alonzo § 

Schonberg, Torsten — 422, 423, 424, 425 

S'ivedish 
Schonheyder, Anna — 104 Norive^ian 

Schoonover, Frank E. * 

Schook, F. De Forest • 



Netherlands 

International 

226, 227, 228, 

Sixedish 

• 

Swedish 
United 



, 429 
-168. 



Schreve-Yzerman, Jo — 184, 185 

Schreyer, Adolph — 2846 

United States Section, Loan Collection 

Schuessele, Christian * 

Schulenburg, Adele E. { 

Schulman, David — 84 

Schultheiss, Karl Max — 465 

Schultzberg, Anshelm — 225, 
229, 230. 231, 232, 233 

Schuster, Donna 

Schwab, Eigil — 426, 427, 428 

Schwartz, Andrew Thomas- 
States. Photo. Reprod. 

Schweizer, J. t)tto — 146. 
Photo. Reprod. 

Scopinich, I.uigi — 100 

Scudder, Janet 

Searle, Alice T. 

Sears. Sarah Choate 

Sears, Taber— 112, 167. 
Photo. Reprod. 

Seawell, Harry W. 

Segna di Bonaventura 

United States Section, Loan Collection 

Segoffin, Jean— 673, 674, 675 French 

Seifu, Yohei— 132, 133, 134, 135, 136 

Japanese 



United States. 



Italian 
X 



United States. 



4015 



Sekiguchi. Ichiya — 224 


Japanese 


Selden, Dixie 


• 


Selden, Henrv Bill 


* 


Selva, Attilio— 155 


Italian 


Senseney, George 


§ 


Serruvs, Yvonne — 676 


French 


Sesshu— 192 


Japanese 


Sesson— 198 


Japanese 


Severini 


International 


1164, 1165, 1166, 1167, 


1168, 1169, 1170, 


1171. 1172, 1173, 1174, 


1175, 1176, 1177 


Sevffert, Leopold 


• 


Sha Fu-ching— 373, 374 


Chinese 


Sharp. Joseph Henry 


• 


Sharpies, James 


• 


Shaw. Svdnev Dale 


• 


Shen Nan-ping — 432. 433 


Chinese 


Shen Shui-tseng — 318 


Chinese 


Shepard, Clare 


* 


Shibata, Banvo — 17 


Japanese 


Shibata. Gizo— 147 


Japanese 


Shih Jui — 439 


Chinese 


Shimizu, Rokubei — 137 


Japanese 


Shin Ying-chin — 367 


Chinese 


Shinn, Everett 


• 


Shirai, Uzan — 44 


Japanese 


Shirataki. Ikunosuke — 29 


Japanese 



Shirlaw, Walter — 201. United States. Photo. 

Reprod. • 

Shoami, Katsiivoshi — 225 Japanese 

Shore. Henrietta M. • 

Shubun — 193 Japanese 

Shuttleworth, Claire • 

Siboni, Emma B. • 



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INDEX OF ARTISTS 



Sicard, Francois — 677 French 

Signac, Paul — 491, 492 French 

Simay, Imre — 1059, 1060,. 1061, 1062, 1063 

International 
Simmons, Will § 

Simoes d' Almeida Sobrinlio, 



149 
Simon, 
Simon, 
Simon 



Jose— 147, 148, 

Portuguese 

French 

French 

Inlerniilional 



Jeanne Lucien — 496 

Lucien — 493, 494, 495 

T. F.— 765 
Simons, Amory C. 
Simons, Marcius — 3841 

UniteJ States Section, Loan Collection 
Simpson, C. W. — 466 International 

Simpson, Edna Huestis • 

Sinding, Sigmund— 106, 107, 108, 109, 110 

A'orTic.if/an 
Singer, William H., Jr. » 

Sislcy, Alfred— 3820, 2821, 2824 

United States Section, Loan Collection 



Sivori, Eduardo — 65 
Sloan, John 
Sluiter. Willy— 85 
Sluyters, Jan— 86, 87 
Smillie, George H. 
Smillic, James David 
Smith, Alfred— 497, 498 
Smith. Charles L. A. 



Argentine 

*§ 

Netherlands 

Xetherlands 

• 

§ 

French 



Smith, George Washington 




• 


Smith, Hobbe— 88 




Netherlands 


Smith, Howard Everett 




* 


Smith, J. Andre 




§ 


Smith, Jessie Willcox 




• 


Smith, Rosamond L. 




« 


Smith, Wilhelm— 334, 335, 2 


36, 


237, 238 
Sice dish 


Smith-Kielland, Per— 111 




Noriueeian 


Smithwick, John G. 




§ 


Snead, Louise Willis 




* 


Snell, Florence F. 




• 


Snell, Henry B. 




^ 


Sneden. Eleanor Antoinette 




\ 


Soga. Nichnkuan— 176 




Japanese 


Soga, Shohaku— 202 




Japanese 


Sohier, Alice Riiggles 




* 


Sohlberg, Harald 




Noricegian 


r 112, 


113 
, 11 


. 114, li5, 1 


r 16, 117 


8, 119, 275A, 


275B, 275C, 275D 






Somlo, Lili— 467. 468, 469 




International 


Somme, Jacob — 120, 121 




Noricei^ian 


Sorensen, Henrik— 128, 139, 


130 


Xorivegian 



Softer, George W. 
Souder, Mary Rinard * 

Souillet, Georges-Frangois — 499 French 

Sousa Lopez, Adriano de Porttmuese 

95, 99, 100, 102, 104, 106, 114, 115, 116, 

117, 118, 119 
Spaeth, Mary Haughton • 

Spanish School— 2901 

United States Section, Loan Collection 



Spanyi Bela — 170 International 

Sparks, Arthur W. • 

Spear, Arthur P. • 

Speed, Harold — 171 International 

Speicher, Eugene E. * 

Spencer, Mary * 

Spencer. Robert • 

Spicer-Simson, Theodore ♦ 

Sprinchorn. Carl • 

Sprinchorn, Gerda — 305 Swedish 

Springer, Eva • 

Squire, Maud H. § 

Stacey, Anna Lee * 

Stacey, John F. • 

Stackpole, Ralph §{ 

Stadskleiv, Thorleiv — 136 Norwegian 

Staigg, Richard Morrell • 

Stangenberg, Knut — 430, 431 Swedish 

Stanton, Lucv M. • 

Stark, Otto » 

Steck, Paul— 500, 501 French 

Steele, Theodore C. * 

Steele, Zulma * 

Steelink, Willem— 89, 90 Netherlands 
United States Section, Loan Collection 
Steen, Jan Haircksz— 3999 

Stefani, Vincenzo De — 39 Italian 

Sterling, Lindsey Morris t 

Sterre de Jong, J. F. — 91 Netherlands 

Stetson. Charles Walter •§ 

Steuver, Celia M. § 

Stevens, Dorothv I 

Stevens, Helen B. § 

Stevens, Thomas Wood § 

Stewardson, Edmund Austin t 

Stewart, Julius L. * 

Stoddard, Alice Kent * 
Stoddard, Frederick L.— 109. United States. 

Photo. Reprod. 

Stoitzner, Jos. — 766 International 

Stokes, Frank Wilbert * 

Storrs, John *+ 

Story. Julian * 



Straat, 


Hjalmar— 432, 433, 


434 




Stcedish 


Strandberg, Gabriel— 239, 


240, 


241 


, 242 










Siiedish 


Strean 


, Maria Judson 






* 


Strickl 


and, William 






§ 


Strom, 


Halfdan— 122, 123, 124, 


125, 126, 


127 






A 


'orivegian 


Strozzi 


—2905 










United States Secti> 


on, L 


oan 


Collection 


Stuart, 


Gilbert 






* 


Stuck, 


Franzvon — 472 




International 


Sturgc 


s, Dwight C. 






§ 


Su Chen-lien— 344 






Chinese 


Su Han-chen— 392 






Chinese 


Suau, 


Edmond— 502, 503 






French 


Suei Wen-kai— 242, 243 






Chinese 


Sullv, 


Robert Matthew 






» 



[477] 



CATALOGUE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Sully, Thomas • 

Sulpis, Emile-Jean — 606 French 

Sun Hen-tai — 322 Chinese 

Sun Pai— 385 Chinese 

Sundstrom, Harriet — 435, 436, 437, 438 

S^^edish 
Sureda, Andre— 504, 505, 506 French 

Surie, Jacoba — 92 Netherlands 

Sutter, Henry R. • 

Suydam, James A. • 

Svabinskv— 767, 768, 769, 770, 771, 772, 
773 International 

Svarstad, A. C— 131, 132, 133, 134, 135 

Nor=iuei^ian 
Sylvester, Frederick O. • 

Szekely, Andor — 953, 954, 955 International 
Szekely, Arpad — 956 International 

Szinnyei-Merse, Pal — 473 International 

Tadama, F. • 

Taft, Lorado — 126. United States. Photo. 
Reprod. t 

Tafuri, Raffaele— 101 Italian 

Takakura, Kangai — 18 Japanese 

Takashima. Tokumatsu — US Japanese 

Talcott, Allen B. * 

Tallmadge, Thomas E. § 

Tamasy, Miklos — 474 International 

Tamaya, Shunki — 5 Japanese 

Tanaka, Yasushi • 

Tang Ying-^11, 412 Chinese 

Tang Yu-sheng — 406 Chinese 

Tannahill, Mary H. * 

Tanner, Benjamin § 

Tanner, Henry O. • 

Tannes, Marie — 137, 138 Noriuegian 

Tanomura, Chokunyn — 173 Japanese 

Taplev. J. J. Wooding • 

Tarbell, Edmund C. * 

Tarrit, Jean — 678 French 

Tashima, Ikka — 47 Japanese 

Tatebayashi, Kagei — 204 Japanese 

Tav-ernier, Andrea — 102 Italian 

Tawaraya, Sotatsu — 177 Japanese 

Taylor, Charles J. » 

Taylor, Emily Drayton • 

Taylor, Frank Walter • 

Taylor, Minnie C. • 

Tefft, Carl E.— 30, 33, 137. United States. 

Photo. Reprod. 
Teh Chang Chinese 

6, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 175, 176, 
177, 178, 179, 180, 199, 200, 201, 202, 247, 
248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254 
Teh Hsin-chen Chinese 

61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 
73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 
85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90 
Teh Hsin-yong— 204 Chinese 

Teh Pao-kai— 196, 197, 198 Chinese 



Teles, Ede International 

1064, 1065, 1066, 1067, 1068, 1069, 1070, 

1071, 1072, 1073, 1074, 1075, 1076, 1077, 

1078, 1079, 1080, 1081 
Teniers, David — 4002 

United States Section, Loan Collection 
Ter Hell, Willy— 475 International 

Terada, Motokichi — 166 Japanese 

Terborch, G.— 2907 

United States Section, Loan Collection 
Terraire, Clovis-Frederic — 507 French 

Tersol, Artigas Jose— 546, 547, 548, 549 

International 
Thaulow, Fritz Noriuej^an 

139, 140, 141, 142 143, 144, 145, 146, 147, 

148, 149, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 276, 277, 

278, 279, 280, 281, 282 
Thaulow, Fritz— 2817 

United States Section, Loan Collection 
Thayer, Abbott H. — 243. United States. 

Photo. Reprod. 
Thedy, Max — 480 
Thevenet, Fran<;ois — 508 
Thilmann, C— 774 
Tholen, W. B.— 94, 162, 163 



International 

French 

International 

164, 165, 166 

Netherlands 

Netherlands 

• 



Thol-Ruysch, Aletta van — 93 

Thomas, Seymour 

Thompson, George Albert • 

Thompson, Leslie P. • 

Thompson, Nellie Louise — 32, 47. United 

States. Photo. Reprod. 
Thor, Walter — 481 International 

Thorbjornsen. Simon — 155, 156 Norwei^an 
Thorndike, Charles H. • 

Tibor, Erno — 482, 483 International 

Tichy, G\^IIa — 959 International 

Tichy, Kalman— 957, 958 International 

Tiedbout, Cornelius § 

Tiepolo, Giovanni Battista — 2896 

United Slates Section, Loan Collection 
Tiffanv, Louis C. • 

Tihanyi, Lajos-^84, 485, 486, 487 

International 
Tilden, Douglas— 235, 245, 246, 253. U. S. 

Photo. Reprod. 
Tingley, Blanche • 

Tintoretto, Jacopo — 4003 

United States Section, Loan Collection 
Tirman, Jeanne-Henriette — 509 French 

Tissot, James — 4040 

United States Section, Loan Collection 
Titcomb, M. Bradish • 

Tito, Ettore— 103, 104, 105, 106, 107 Italian 
Tobari, Kogan — 55, 56 Japanese 

Tomioka, Hodo — 50 Japanese 

Tompkins, Frank H. • 

Tonge, Laramert van der — 95 Netherlands 
Tong-tai — 244 Chinese 

Torneman, Axel — 245, 246 Swedish 



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INDEX OF ARTISTS 



Torre Carlos De La— 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 

--, Argentine 

Tor"sander, Gustav— 243, 244 Stiiedish 

Tosa, Mitsunari— 179 Japanese 

Tosa, Mitsuoki— 179 Japanese 

Toshima, Kofu-87 Japanese 

Tou'*saint, Gaston— 679, 680 Fremlt 

Toyeki-206 Japanese 

Tokokawa, Mitsunaga— 71 Japanese 

Toyoshima, Teiun— 14 Japanese 
Trenchard, James 
Trieoso, Joao de Melo Falcao— 120, l-l 

^ Portuguese 

Trigoulet, Eugene— 607 Frendi^ 

Troccoli, Giovanni Battista ^ 

Trott, Benjamin , 

Troubetzkoy, Paul ''InT, ',nM 

1082, 1083, 1084, 1085, 1086, 1087. 088, 

1089 1090, 1091, 1092, 1093, 1094, 095 

1096, 1097, 1098, 1099, 1100, 1101, 1102, 

1103^ 1104 

Trovon, Constant— 2854 

United Stales Section, Loan Collection 
Truchet, Abel-510 f'-'"<^« 

Tryon, Dwight W. 

Tsuda, Nobuo--16 J''^2Z 

Tsuda, Seifu-156 •'^^^""' 

Tsuji, Hisashi-28 Japanese 

Tsujimura, Shoka-92 'i^^"""' 

Tsukada, Shukyo-221 Japanese 

Tsukioka, Kogyo-20 Japanese 

Tucker, Allen 

Tunold, Bernt-157 ,^J"%T^ 

Turner, C Y.-122, 181, 189, 197. U. S. 
Photo. Reprod. , 

Turner, Helen M. 
Turner J M. W.— 2889 

'united States Section, Loan Collection^ 
Turner. Ross Sterling ^ 

Tutlle, Adrianna ^ 

Tuttle, Ruel Crompton 

Twachtman. John H. -^ 

Tvler, Carolyn D. , 

Tyng, Margaret Fuller ^ 

Tvson, Carroll Sargent, Jr. ^ 

tTfer, Walter 

Ilitz Bela ..International 

960 961 962, 963, 964, 965. 966, 967, 968, 
969, 970, 971, 972, 973, 974, 975, 976, 977 
ITlIman, Eugene Paul ^ 

Umbstaetter, Nellie Littlehale . 

Undv, Karola-488, 489 International 

Unknown-402, 403, 404 Chinese 

'%:m, 228, 229, 230, 231, 232. ^^33^23;: 

235, 236, 237, 244 
Unno, Bisei-223 Japanese 

Upton, Florence K. . 

Usher, I.eila 
Vadisz. Mikl6s— 978. 979. 980, 981 

International 



Valderrama. Esteban— 32 Cuban 

Valk. Ella Snowden 

Vallotton. Felix— 511. 512 French 

Valstad, Otto— 158, 159, 160, 161, 162, 163 

Noriuegian 
Valtat, Louis— 513 French 

Van Boskerck. Robert \V. * 

Vanderhoef. Charles A. S 

Van Dvke. Anthonj — 2923 

United Slates Section, Loan Collection 
Van Elten, Kruseman H. D. § 

Van Gogh, Vincent — 4031 

United Slates Section, Loan Collection 
Van Laer, Alexander T. * 

Van Marcke. Emile — 4042 

United Stales Section. Loan Collection 
Van Ostade. Adriaen Jansz — 4014 

United States Section. Loan Collection 
Van Sloun, Frank J. 

Various Artists— 419. 420. 421. 422. 423. 424 

Chinese 
Various Artists— 238. 239 Japanese 

Vastagh, Geza— 490. 491. 492 International 
Vastagh. Gvbrgy— 493 International 

Vaszary, Janos— 494, 495, 496, 497, 498, 982 

International 
Vauthrin, Ernest-Germain — 514 French 

Vaz, Joao— 122, 123. 124 Portuguese 

Vaz. Julio. Jor.- 153. 154. 155 Portuguese 
Vasquez. Carlos— 499, 500 International 

Veber, Jean— 515, 608 French 

Vedani, Michelo— 156 Italian 

Vedder, Elihu— 114, 193. United States. 

Photo. Reprod. 
Vedres, Mark International 

1105, 1106, 1107, 1108, 1109, 1110, 1111, 
1112, 1113, 1114, 1115, 1116 
Velasquez, Diego Rodriguez de Silva y _ 

2890 United States Loan Collection 

Veldheer, J. G. Netherlands 

67, 168, 169, 170 
Veloso Salgado, Jose Portuguese 

125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130 
Velsen, Suze— 96, 171, 172 Netherlands 

Vernier, Emile-Seraphin— 681, 682 French 
Vianello, Cesare— 108 Italian 

Vik, Ingebrigt— 333 Norwegian 

Vildosola, C. de— 33 Cub'in 

Villani, Gennaro— 109 Italian 

Villeneuve, Jacques-Louis-Robert French 

683 , 

Vinton, Frederic Porter 
Viti. Timoteo — 4001 . 

United States Section, Loan Collection 
Vittori, Carlo— 110 Italian 

Vivian, Calthea 

Vlaanderen, Job Netherlands 

Vogel, Hermann— 516, 517 French 

Vogt, Louis C. 



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Wickwire, Jere R. 


• 


Yamada, Naosaburo — 161 


Japanese 


Wieczorek, Max 


• 


Yamamoto, Morinosuke — 36 


Japanese 


Wieslander, Agnes — 250 


Swedish 


Yamazaki, Choun — 41, 42 


Japanese 


Wiggers, Derk— 107 


Netherlands 


Yang Tien-li— 100, 101, 102, 103 Chinese 


Wilder, Andre— 519 


French 


Yarrow, William H. K. 


• 


Wiles, Irving Ramsey 


• 


Yasuda Bunshin — 49 


Japanese 


Wiike, William H. 


t 


Yates, Culen 


• 


Willett, A. E.— 230. United 


States. Photo. 


Yeh Ku-kai— 218 


Chinese 


Reprod. 




Yo Tsai-chen— 369 


Chinese 


Willette, Leon-Adolphe 


French 


Yonehara, Unkai — 43 


Japanese 


520, 521, 610 




Yong, Teh-fu— 181 


Chinese 


Williams, Alyn 


» 


Yoshida, Hiroshi — 34 


Japanese 


Williams, George Alfred 


• 


Yoshida, Homei— 45, 48, 51, 66 


: Japanese 


Williams, Isaac L. 


• 


Yoshida, Yetsutaro — 157 


Japanese 


Williams, J. Scott 


§ 


Young, Arthur 


• 


Williamson, Ada C. 


• 


Young, Charles Morris 


• 


Willigen, C. A. van der— 108 


Netherlands 


Young, Mattie 


• 


Willis, R. T.— 221. United 


States. Photo. 


Young, Mahonri M. 


§t 


Reprod. 




Yrolli, VIncenzo— 112 


Italian 


Willson. Martha B. 


• 


Yu Chin-po— 360 


Chinese 


Wilson, Floyd 


• 


Yu Chi-ting— 413 


Chinese 


Winslow, Henrv 


§ 


Yu Hsiao-shien 


Chinese 


Winter. Taton— 529, 530 


International 


277, 27S, 279, 280, 281, 282 


:, 283, 284, 285, 


Wio Yu-pi— 430 


Chinese 


286 




Wissler, Anders 


Swedish 


Yu Hsun— 22, 26, 38, 39, 40 


Chinese 


306, 307, 308, 309, 310 




Yu Shen-sheo— 317 


Chinese 


Witsen, W. 


Netherlands 


Yu Shu-tze— 320, 321 


Chinese 


109, 110, 173. 174, 175 




Yu Yuen-heo 


Chinese 


Wolbers, Hermanus Gerardus 


Netherlands 


215, 216, 217, 240, 241 




111 




Yuan Shang-ting — 441 


Chinese 


Wolcott, Katherine 


• 


Yu-chio— 323, 324 


Chinese 


Wolf, Henry 


§ 


Yui, Cho— 100, 101, 102, 103, 


104 Japanese 


Wood, Franklin T. 


§ 


Yusetsu, Kaihoku — 178 


Japanese 


Wood, Kathrvn Leone 


• 


Zador, Istvan 


International 


Woodburv, Charles Herbert 


• 


531, 983, 984, 985, 986, 987 




Woodville, Richard Caton 


• 


Zanetti, Zilla Vettore — 113 


Italian 


Woodward, Ellsworth 


• 


Zaragoza, M. — 35, 36 


Philippine 


Woodward, William 


• 


Zaroubine. Victor — 532 


International 


Woodwell, Joseph R. 


• 


Zettler, Emil Robert 


t 


Woolf, Samuel Johnson 


• 


Ziegler, Karl— 536 


International 


Workman, David Tice 


§ 


Zeim, Felix— 2843, 4020 




Worthington, Beatrice Maude 


_ t 


United States Section, 


Loan Collection 


Wrangel, Anna— 247, 248 


Swedish 


Ziffer, Sandor— 533 


International 


Wright, Alice Morgan 


t 


Zilzer, Antal— 534, 535 


International 


Wright, Charles Cushing 


! 


Zilzer. Hajnalka— 1117 


International 


Wright, John 
Wright, Joseph 
Wright, Louise Wood 
Wright, Margaret Harden 
Wu Chen — 401 


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• 

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Chinese 


Zim, Marco 
Zimmerman, M. W. 
Zingg, Jules-Emile 
522, 523, 524, 525 


§ 

« 

French 


Wuerpel, Edmund H. 
Wvant, Alexander H. 


• 


Zo, Henri— 526 


French 


• 


Zoetelief, Tromp, J.— 114 


Netherlands 


Wveth. N. C. 


• 


Zoir, Emil— 251, 252, 439 


Swedish 


Wyk, Charles van 


Netherlands 


Zolnay, George Julian — 234, 


247. United 


186, 187, 188 




Stafes. Photo. Reprod. 




Wvlie, Robert 


• 


Zon, Jacques — 115 


Netherlands 


Wysmuller, J. H.— 113 


Netherlands 


Zonza Briano, Pedro — 75 


Argentine 


Yabu, Meizan 


Japanese 


Zorach, Marguerite 


• 


138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143 




Zorach, William 


• 


Yamada, Chozaburo — 74, 75 


Japanese 


Zorad— 537 


International 



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Volk, Douglas — 121. United States. Photo. 

Reprod. • 

Volkerling, Hermann — 501 International 

Volkert, Edward C. • 

Volkmann, Hans von — 502 International 

Vondrous, C. — 775, 776, 777 International 

Vondrous, John C. § 

Vonnoh, Bessie Potter t 

Vonnoh, Robert • 

Vreedenbiirg, C. — 98 Netherlands 

Vreedenburg, Schotel M. — 99 Netherlands 

Vuillard, fidouard— 518 French 

Waav, Nicholaas van der Netherlands 

100 

Wada, Eisaku — 31 Japanese 

Wagner, Frank Hugh • 

Wagner, Fred • 

Wagner, Robert • 

Waite, Emily Burling • 

Walcott, Harry Mills • 

Walden, Lionel • 

Walker, Horatio • 
Walker, Nellie V.— 51, 117, 226, 254. United 

States. Photo. Reprod. • 

Walleszne, Gvenes Gitta International 

503, 504, 505, 506, 507, 508, 509, 510, 511, 

512, 513, 514, 515, 516, 517, 518, 519, 520, 

521, 522, 523, 524, 525, 526, 527 

Wallin, David— 249 Swedish 

Walter, Edgar X 

Walter, Hendrik Jan — 112 Netherlands 

Waltman, Harry Franklin • 

Waltner, Charles-Albert— 609 French 

Wandscheer, M. — 101 Netherlands 

Wang Chiao-chi — 438 Chinese 

Wang Chien-peng — 405 Chinese 

Wang Fei— 397 Chinese 

Wang Hong-hsien — 151 Chinese 

■Wang Ht<ao-iing — 5, 220, 221 Chinese 

Wang Hsi-kai— 334, 335 Chinese 

W ng Hsun — 52 Chinese 

Wang 1—396 Chinese 

Wang, Teh-chang Chinese 

9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 

25, 32, 33, 34, 35 

Wang, Wen-ming — 1, 2, 3, 4 Chinese 
Waning, Cornells Anthony van — 102 

Netherlands 

Ward, John Q. A. t 

Waring, Leila * 

Warner, Everett L. *X 

Warner, Olin X 

Warner, William § 

Warren, Harold B. • 

Washburn, Cadwallader § 

Washburn, Mary S. X 

Washington, Elizabeth F. • 

Watanabe, Osao— 58 Japanese 

Waterbury, Laura Prather • 

Watrous, Harry Willson • 



Watt, William G. § 
Watteau, Antoine — 4017 

United States Section, Loan Collection 

Waugh, Frederick J. • 

Waugh, Samuel Bell • 

Way, T. R. International 

778, 779, 780, 781, 782 

Weber, Sarah S. Stillvpell • 

Webster, E. Ambrose • 

Webster, Ethel Felder • 

Webster, Herman A. •§ 

Weele, H. J. van der— 103 Netherlands 

Wehrschmidt, Daniel A. •!! 

Weill, Edmond • 

Weinert, Albert t 
Weinman, Adolph Alexander — 36, 43, 93, 95, 

99, 101, 120, 145, 184. United States. Photo. 

Reprod. X 

Weir, J. Alden •§ 

Weir, John Ferguson • 

Weisfenbruch, Jan Willem Netherlands 

104 

Weiss, Ana — 73, 74 Argentine 

Weiss, Renzo — 1 1 1 Italian 

Weiss, Samuel A. • 

Welch, Katherine G. • 

Welch, Mabel R. • 

Wellington, F. H. § 

Wells, Alice Rushmore • 

Wen Hsun-kai Chinese 

325, 326, 327, 328, 329, 330 

Wendel, Theodore • 
Wendt, Julia M. Bracken — 29, 244. United 

States. Photo. Reprod. X 

Wendt, William • 

Wenk, Albert — 528 International 

Wentz, Henry • 
Werenskiold, Dagfin — 166, 167 Nor<wegian 

Werner, Frank A. • 

Wertmiiller, Adolph • 

Wessel, Herman H. • 

West, Benjamin • 

Westermann, G. — 105 Netherlands 

Westrum, Anni von § 

Wetherill, Elisha Kent Kane •§ 

Wetlesen, Wilhelm — 164, 165 Norwegian 

Weyns, T. H.— 160 Netherlands 

Wheeler, Janet D. • 

Wheelock, Lila Audubon X 

Whistler, James McNeill •! 

White, Charles Henry S 

White, Edwin • 
White, Gilbert— 190. United States. Photo. 

Reprod. 

White, Orrin A. • 

Whiteman, S. Edwin • 

Whitney, Beatrice • 

Whitnev, Gertrude V. t 

Whittemore, William John • 

Whlltredge, Worthington • 



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Zubiaurre, Ramon de International Zutt, Ar. International 

538, 539, 540 1118, 1119, 1120, 1121, 

Zubiaurre, Valentin de International 1122, 1123, 1124, 

541, 542, 543, 544 1125, 1126, 1127, 1128, 1129 

Zugel, Heinrich von — 545 International Zwart, W. de — 176, 177 Netherlands 

The symbols used in the Index of Artists refer to the Biographical Index (United States 
Section). 

• Painters and Illustrators, pages 283 to 388. 

§ Etchers, Engravers and Lithographers, pages 389 to 429. 

X Sculptors and Medallists, pages 430 to 451. 



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