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Interstate Industrial Imposition 







Qhicago, Jllinois. 



CATALOGUE 



ART GALLERY 



OF THE 



INTER-STATE INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION 



OF CHICAGO. 




1877. 



DEACCESSIONED BY 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

PRINTED COLLECTIONS 



Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1877, by 

THE INTBK-STATE INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION OF CHICAGO, 
in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D. C. 



R<1, HcNallv & Co., Printers and Engravers, 77 and 79 MaUisor Street, Chicago. 



1877. 

EDWIN LEE SHOWN, President. 

VICE PRESIDENTS. 

JOHN B. DRAKE. GEO. H. LAFLIN. 

POTTER PALMER. SAM'L JOHNSTON. 

JOHN P. REYNOLDS, SECRET AHY. J. IRVING PEARCE, TREASURER. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 

GEORGE C. CLARKE, CHAIRMAN. 

L. G. KLINCK. GEO. H. L API IN. 

JOHN P. REYNOLDS. J. A. MASON. 

EDWIN LEE BROWN. JACOB ROSENBERG, AUDITOR. 

ART COMMITTEE. 

GEO. C. CLARKE. FRANKLIN MAcVEAGH. 

EDWIN LEE BROWN. E. G. ASAY. 

E. S. STICKNEY. 

W. M. R. FRENCH, SECRETARY OP COMMITTEE. 

BENJ. DURHAM, CLERK OF COMMITTEE. 

EDWARD STAN LEY. WATERS, IN CHARGE OF BRIC-A-BRAC COLLECTION. 



THE EXHIBITION OF PICTURES OF THE EXPOSITION OF 1877 is 
composed of works contributed by well-known American artists, 
and a smaller number of good foreign pictures furnished by Eastern 
art dealers. It embraces the most extensive and important collec- 
tion of water colors yet exhibited in the West, for which the Art 
Committee takes pleasure in acknowledging its obligations to the 
co-operation of the American Society of Painters in Water Colors. 

Miss Rose Durfee, of New York, has acted as the agent of the 
Committee in the collection of pictures from New York artists and 
dealers, and will be in Chicago during the season of the Exhibition, 
as the representative of the Committee in conducting the sales. 

All the pictures in the collection are for sale, (at private sale,) 
and the prices have, at the request of the Committee, been placed 
at low figures, in the hope that a large number may be sold and 
thus the success of future exhibitions of similar nature be assured. 

The prices of the pictures may be obtained from Miss Durfee, or 
at the desk of the Clerk of the Committee. 

Gallery A contains Oil Paintings, Nos. 1 to 102. 

Gallery B contains Oil Paintings, Nos. 201 to 287. 

Gallery contains Water Colors, Nos. 301 to 423. 

Gallery D contains Water Colors and Oil Paintings, Nos. 424 
to 452. 

Gallery E contains Oil Paintings, Nos. 453 to 546. 

Gallery P contains Water Colors and Oil Paintings, Nos. 551 
to 605. 

The Special Exhibition Room contains three large historical 
paintings. 

The medals mentioned, unless otherwise specified, were granted 
at the Expositions and Salons of Paris. 



CATALOGUE OF THE PAINTINGS. 



GALLERY A 



NOS. 1 TO 102. 



1. September Afternoon, John R. Tait 

2. A Study from Nature, Harry Beard 

3. Autumn, Geo. F. Shelton 

4. "Wood Interior, Catskills, Edward Prescott 

5. Adirondack Mountain Brook, 8. M. Barstow 

6. Alpine Life in the Tyrol, P. R. Unterberger 

Lent by Dr. John Wilson, Brussels. 



Con-way Meadows Summer Squall on Mote 
Mountain, 

Lent by Williams & Everett, Boston. 



Geo. Inness 



8. 
9. 
10 
11. 
12. 
13. 
-14. 

15. 
16, 

'V 



Cannonading on the Potomac, 1861, A. Wordsworth Thompson 
Bail Shooting on the Delaware, Thomas Eakins 

View on Lake Memphremagog, Jno. C. Wiggins 

f 
New York Shanty, R. H. Blakelock 

"White Mountains from Peabody River, William L. Sonntag 



Nachfeierabend, Otto H. Bacher 

Bay of San Francisco, W. A. Coulter 

Lent by Dr. John Wilson, Brussels. 

The Puppies' First Day in the Field, L. C. Earle 

Sunset in the Black Hills, Albert Bierstadt 

The Detection of the Poacher, C. M. Webb 

Lent by Dr. John Wilson, Brussels. 



GALLERY A. 



18. 


Solitude, 




Leon Becker 






Lent by Dr. John Wilson, Brussels. 




19. 


Sheep, 




E. Woutermaertens 






Lent by Dr. John Wilson, Brussels. 




20. 


Honey Girl of 


Pompeii, 


Henry F. Spread 


21 


A Morning in 


the Woods, 


J. Lyman, Jr. 


22 


In Peril, 




E. R. Maes 






Lent by Dr. John Wilson, Brussels. 




23 


Best at Noon, 




W. J. Boogaard 






Lent by Dr. John Wilson, Brussels. 




,24 


The Belle of the Vineyard, 


P. De Coninck 



Lent by Dr. John Wilson, Brussels. 



25 

26. 

27. 
28. 
29. 
30. 
31. 

32. 
33 

31. 
35. 
36. 

37, 
38. 
39. 
40. 
41. 



James M. Hart 
Jno. E. C. Petersen 



Threatening "Weather, 
New York Bay, 

Lent by Williams & Everett, Boston. 

"Come, ye disconsolate," 

Portrait of Robert Fulton, 

English Farm Scene, James E. Meadows and J. F. Herring, Sen. 



The Discussion, 
"Wicked Pussy, 

Lent by Dr. John Wilson, Brussels. 

Belgium Poultry Yard, 

Lent by Dr. John Wilson, Brussels. 

Venice by Moonlight, 

Lent by Dr. John Wilson, Brussels. 

Briinhilde, 



Passing Showers, 

: They toil not, neither do they spin," 

Outside wall of Tangiers, Morocco. 

Lent by Noyes & Blakeslee, Boston. 



Frank R Green 


E. R. Maes 

E. R. Maes 
Colle-Leone 

M. B. Odenbeimer 

Kruseman Van Elten 

E. L. Weeks 



Hate is blind as well as Love, 

Cattle in the Pasture, 

The Harbor Bar, Mt. Desart, 

Almost Beady, 

Portrait, 



E. R. Maes 

.JohnR. Tait 

D. Maitland Armstrong 

Cornelia W. Conant 

Unknown 



EXPOSITION ART GALLERY. 



42. Indian Falls, Cold Spring, New York, Robert C. Minor 

43. The Reproof, Emily Sartaiu 

44. Scene in New Hampshire, J. W. Casilear 
4V "Washing Place, Brittany, Edgar M. Ward 

46. On the Sands, Mrs. F. Williams 

47. In the Meadows, Eruseman Van Elten 

48. Antonina's Tower, via Dolorosa, Jerusalem, 

Lock-wood do Forest 

49. Rough Sport in the Yosemite, James D. Smillie 

50. Landscape and Sheep, De Hagemau 

51. Prisoner of State, Eastman Johnson 

52. Close of a Stormy Day, Arthur Quartley 

53. The Brook by the "Way, Bavaria, John R. Tail 

54. Portrait of "William Cullen Bryant, Thomas Le Clear 

55. Old Boat Houses on the Yarmouth Coast ; 

Copperfield's Country, Geo. H. Boughton 
Lent by Williams & Everett, Boston. 

56. Harbor of Venice, Felix Ziem 

57. "Sunnyside"; Home of "Washington Irving, Herbert McCord 

58. Sunset, "Winter, Herbert McCord 

59. A "Woodland Scene in Winter, T. L. Smith 

60. Autumn, J. C. Thorn 

61. The Retreat, Adxph Schreyer 

Medals, 1864, 1865, 1867. 
Lent by Williams & Everett, Boston. 

62. Yellow Birch, Julie H. Beers 

3. Interior of Stable, W. Verschuur 
Deceased. A noted painter of horses. 

64. A Coming Storm, Austria, A. Chwala 

Lent by Dr. John Wilson, Brussels. 

65. A German Hunt, Leon Becker 

Lout by Dr. John Wilson, Brussels. 

<>6. Still Life, Otto H. Bacher 



GALLERY A. 



67. 
68. 
69. 
70. 
71. 

72. 
73. 
74. 
75. 
76. 
77. 
r78. 



Landscape, . 

Gathering Arbutus, 

Sunset, Bay of Fundy, 

Sleepy Hollow and Old Dutch Church, 

Chickens Feeding, 

Lent by Dr. John Wilson, Brussels. 

Finishing Touches, 
' Autumn, 

Cattle and Landscape, 

The Arkansas Divide, Rocky Mountains, 
Morning; Lake Annercy, Savoy, 
The Ox and the Frog, 



Amelia Harman 

J. W. Champney 

J. C. Nicoll 

Herbert McCord 

E. R. Maes 

M. B. Odenheimer 

W. S. Macy 

A. D. Shattuck 

Thomas Moran 

Samuel Colman 

J. H. Dolph 



Sheep Shearing in the Bavarian Highlands, Walter Shirlaw 



79. Chiem Lake, 



H. Deuchert 



80. 

81. 
82. 
83. 

84. 
85. 

86. 

87. 
88. 

X 89 

90. 

91. 
92. 



Lent by M. Knoedler & Co., New York. 

Indian Summer, Mrs. C. J. Wilkins 

The Dessert, Morston Ream 

Harvesting Cow-Pea Vines In Louisiana, E. B. D. Julio 



A Coming Storm, 

Off the California Coast, 

In the Valley of the Oise, 

A Breezy Day off Sandy Hook, 

A Hidden Brook, 

Fish Market, 

Lent by Renner & Co., New York. 

The Poacher before the Judge, 

Lent by Dr. John Wilson, Brussels. 

L'Aricia, Italy, 

Gold Medal, Boston Exhibition, 1874. 

Lent by Williams & Everett, Boston. 

On Newark Bay, 
Flowers, 



Sandford R. Gifford 

M. J. Heade 

Jno. W. Mansfield 

Francis A. Silva 

Julie H. Beers 

Henri Picou 

C. M. Webb 

George Inness 

* 

R. J. Pattison 
Alice Harger 



EXPOSITION ART GALLERY. 



93 Young America, John H. Niemeyer 

#4. The Borders of the River Oise, Charles Francois Daubigny 

Medals, 1848, 1853, 1855, 1857, 1859, 1867. Legion of Honor, 1859. ' 
Officer of Legion of Honor, 1874. 

Lent by Williams & Everett, Boston. 

9->. Monastery Door, Walter Blackman 

96. / Carding Woofr, Edgar M. Ward 

9?T Roman Campagrna near the Alban Hills, Adolph Hoffler 

Figures by Adolph Schreyer. 

Lent by Williams & Everett, Boston. 

98. Passing Showers on Lake Memphremagog, J. C. Wiggins 

99. Beggar Girl, Cyrenius Hall 

100. The Ancestral Home, E. L. Henry 

101. Sunrise at the Narrows, New York, Edward Moran 

102. Portrait of President Hayes, J. H. Witt 




10 GALLERY B. 



GALLERY B. 



NOS. 201 TO 287. 



201. Early Autumn on the New England Coast, R. Swain Gifford 

202. Looking for Fernseed, John H. Niemeyer 

" For whoso finds the charmed seed, 

Gathers and slips it in his shoe- 
He is a lucky wight indeed, 
For wrapped about with fairy weed, 

He walks unseen as fairies do. 
****** 

" Just think how funny is a twirl, 
To vanish frocks, books, every curl. 

A what a glorious chance to tease." 

Susan, Cooledge. 

203. Courtyard, Trastevere, Borne, William Sartain 

204. The Gainsborough Hat, Nellie S. Jacobs 

205. " And the year smiles as it draws near Jervis McEntee 

its death." Bryant. 

206. Waiting for the Tide, Arthur Quartley 

207. Les Miserables, William H. Beard 

208. Ebb Tide, Bay of Pundy, Annie C. Shaw 

209. A Shift of Wind, A. Gary Smith 

210. His Eminence, the Cardinal, Walter Satterlee 

211. Evening, Robert C. Minor 

212. " Coming- events cast their shadows before," C. C. Ward 

213. Ceramic W ares, near Tangiers, Louis C. Tiffany 

214. Cattle and Landscape, William Hart 

215. The Truants, A. G. Heatou 
210. Monk and Donkey, V 
217. The Poultry Yard, E. Leuimens 



EXPOSITION ART GALLERY. 



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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. 



Flower Girl, 

Mosque and Citadel of Cairo, 

On Lake Huron, 



W. M. Chase 

R. Swain Gifford 

J. H. Drury 



Copy of Hor-e's Head, Alfred B. Copeland 

After Reinault's Equestrian portrait of Gen. Prim, in the 
Luxembourg Gallery. Lent by Noyes and Blakeslee, Boston. 

Inn and Landscape, E. Seydel 

By the Sea, at Mentone, France, A. Wordsworth Thompson 



A Day Dream, 

Tuning the Violin, 

Island Creek, Delaware River, 

Bootblack in the Cold, 

The Jockeys, 

Islands in Cupica Bay, Honduras, 

The Musician, 



Eastman Johnson 

P. P. Ryder 

Robert J. Pattison 

Edgar M. Ward 

de Vos 

Thomas Moran 
de Vos 



A July Sunset in Italy, George L. Brown 

A view of the Temple of Peace, and St. Peters; tomb of Ha- 
drian in the distance. Lent by Willinms & Everett, Boston. 



Boston Boys appealing to Gen. Gage, 

Pink and Tea Roses, 

Autumn, Adirondacks, 

Harbor Islands, Lake George, 

St. Xavier, on the Gave, Switzerland, 

A Race for Life, 

Ivy Bridge of Pettigoe, Ireland, 

Study of Melon and Peaches, 

Caught in the Act, 

The Riverside, 

Fruit, 

Gull Rock, Newport ; Fog coming in, 

A Sunrise, 



Henry Bacon 

Mrs. H. A. Olcott 

John Williamson 

H. W. Rohbins 

Henry F. Spread 

R. M. Shurtlefl 

Eliza Greatorex 

W. M. Brown 

Walter Blackman 

J. H. Dolph 

E. C. Leavitt 

William T. Richards 

Sandford R. Gifford 



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GALLEEY B. 



245. 
246. 
247. 

248. 
249. 

250. 
251. 
252. 
253. 
254. 
255. 
256. 
257. 

258. 

259. 

260 

261. 

262. 

263. 

264. 

265. 

266. 

267. 

268. 

269. 

270. 



The Rivals, 

A View of "White Face Mountain, 

Out-door Dinner, 

Nightfall in December, 



Emily Sartain 

A. H. Wyant 

E. Seydel 

T. L. Smith 



New York, from Newtown Creek, L. I., Charles H. Miller 

Near Hunter's Point Ferry; Dr. Tyng's Church, St. George's, 
in the distance. 



Old Chine Inn, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, 

The Clock Tinkers, 

Scene in Brittany, 

Crimson and Yellow Roses, 

The Unexpected Intrusion, 

Parable of the Sower, 

Noon at Point Judith, 

Mardi-Gras Children Dressing for the 
Carnival, 

Head, of Italian Boy, 

Sunset A View in Chenango Co., N. Y., 

Maid, of Venice, 

Fruit and Wine, 

Coast Scene, 

Sunlight and Shadow at a Cafe Arabe, 

Morning in the Woods, 

On the Lake Shore, Evening, 

French River, 

Narcissus, 

" Does your mother know you 're out ? " 



A. F. Bellows 

Geo. H. Story 

John Williamson 

Mrs. H. A. Olcott 

W. M. Chase 

H. Bolton Jones 

A. T. Bricher 

C. J. Bridgman 

William Sartain 

Wm. L. Sonntag 

Eastman Johnson 

Morston Ream 

A. Van Beest 

Louis C. Tiffany 

W. Whittredge 

John R. Tail 

W. S. Macy 

William Sartain 

Frost Johnson 



Afternoon on the Connecticut, Windsor, Vt., A. C. Rowland 



The Merchants of El Lagouat, 

En route between the Tell and the Desert, Algeria. 



Samuel Colman 



271. The Cider Mill, 



J. W^. Champney 



EXPOSITION AET GALLERY. 



13 



272. 


Little Roman, 


M. R. Oakey 


273. 


Study of an Old Peasant Woman, 


Julian A. Weir 


274. 


Jealousy, 


H. A. Dieffenbach 


275. 


Scene in the Andes, 

Medal, 1867 (E. U.) 


F. E. Church 


276. 


October Afternoon on the Hudson, 


Herbert McCord 


277. 


The Attack, 


' E. Luminais 



Medals, 1852, 1855, 1857 and 1861. Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 1869. 
Lent by Chas. F. Haseltine, Philadelphia. 



278. 
279. 
280. 

281. 

282. 
283. 
284. 
285. 
286. 
287. 



Landscape and Oattle, 
The Green Hat* 



John Pope 
Thomas Hicks 



Venice, Felix Ziem 

Medals, 1851, 1852 and 1855. Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 1857. 



Among the Roses, 

The Meadows at Joyceville, 

Memories of the Past, 

Bay Ridge, L. I., 

At the Edge of the Moor, 

Scene in Western New Jersey, 

Autumn at Oreedmoor, L. I., 



George C. Lambdin 

David Johnson 

J. Walter 

Eliza Greatorex 

H. Bolton Jones 

M. Josephine Walters 

Chas. H. Miller 




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GALLERY C. 



GALLERY C. 



COLORS. 



NOS. 301 TO 423. 



301. 
302. 
303. 
304. 
305. 
306. 
307. 
308. 
309. 
310. 
311. 
312. 
313. 
314. 
315. 
316. 
317. 
318. 
319. 



Repose, 

St. Michael's Mount, 

Street Scene in an Italian Town, 



F. O. C. Darley 

A. T. Bricher 

Geo. F. Shelton 



Twilight in the Highlands of the Hudson, Henry Farrer 



Cathedral "Well at Bourges, 

The Riverside, 

Evening near Gloucester, Mass., 

Feeding the Chickens, 

Landscape and Sheep, 

Near Hastings, England, 

Saint Maclou Church, Old Rouen, 

. 
Sumac Blossoms, 

Cherry Blossoms, 

English Landscape, 

Barnegat Bay, Coast of New Jersey, 

Arkansas Violets, 

The First Jack-knife, 

Stranded, 

" Kitty and I," 



C. A. Alexander 

J. S. Marsh 

Kruseman Van Elten 

Geo. F. Shelton 

William Magrath 

Thomas Moran 

Paul Marny 

Mary E. Harrison 

Mrs. E. M. ScQtt 

W. Hull 

Granville Perkins 

Amelia Harman 

J. W. Charnpney 

Granville Perkins 

Sara Bascoui Gilbert 



EXPOSITION ART GALLEEY. 15 

. 

320. The Mountebanks, Gerardo Bianchi 

Lent by L. A. Lanthier, New York. 

321. The Flower Sellers Street Scene in London, E. L. Henry 

322. " Got a Nibble," J. G. Brown 

323. Plat Bock, Narragansett, Francis A. Silva 

\ 

324. " In the darkling wood, 

Amid the cool and silence." Bryant. F. Hopkinson Smith 

325. An English Wayside Inn, A. F. Bellows 

326. Fast Asleep, Thos. W. Wood 

327. Under the Oaks, Louisa B. Culver 

328. Brittany Boat Scene, Jules Noel 

Medal, 1853. 

329. Thistles in Seed, Fidelia Bridges 

330. Waterfall, Edward Moran 

331. " May he that feedeth the raven protect thee." A. Kappes 

332. Sunrise on East River, Henry Farrer 

333. The New Style, Willis Seaver Adams 

334. The Roadside Well, Henry Farrer 

335. An August Morning, Francis A. Silva 

336. On the Saco River, near North Con-way, James D. Smillie 

337. Bird's Nest, Gnebel 

338. Lake Placid, Adirondacks, R. M. Shurtleff 

339. Scene at Nonquitt, Mass., R. Swain Gifibrd 

340. Long's Peak, from Lily Pond, J. S. Marsh 

341. Brazilian Orchids, Mrs. H. A. Olcott 

342. Marine, Jaime 

343. Cedar Woods, Study on the Hudson, James D. Smillie 

344. Ben Cruachan, from Dunragan, Scotland, D. Law 

345. The Milkmaid, E. Wood Perry 

346. Moonrise, Francis A. Silva 



347. Wild Flowers, Marion R. Beers ^ 

348. At Leeds, in the Catskills, Kruseman Van Elten 



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GALLERY C. 



349. 
350. 
351. 
352. 
353. 
354. 
355. 
356. 



x35 
357 



358. 
359. 
360. 

361. 
362. 
363. 
364. 
365. 

366. 

367. 
368. 
369. 
370. 
371. 
372. 
373. 
374. 
375. 

376. 



On the Schuylkill, 

Laborer's Cottage, Yorkshire, 

Home of the Perns and Butterflies, 

Child Life, 

Humming Birds, 

"Water Lilies, 

Humming Bird and Nest, 

Narragansett Bay, 

Noonday, 

At Prayer, 

Picking Apples, 

Roses, 



Lent by John Suedecor, New York. 

The Old Mill, 
Clover Blossoms, 
Japan Lilies, 
A Sketch from Nature, 
The Acolytes, 

Lent by L. A. Lanthier, New York. 

Chess Players, 

Lent by L. A. Lanthier, New York. 

Study of Foliage, 

Cape Cod Fisherman, 

Wild Flowers in the Rye, 

Sunset on the Coast, 

Desdemona's House at Venice, 

Field Flowers, 

Kilchum Castle, Loch Awe, Scotland, 

Purity, 

i 

Sweet Pea, 

Alligator Reef Light, Coast of Florida, 



Thomas Moraii 
C. A.. Alexander 
Frederica J. Fletcher 
J. Symington 
Geo. Coleman 
E. C. Darby 
Geo. Colemau 
W. T. Richards 
A. F. Bellows 
A. D. Midy and J. David 
Percival De Luce 
Teresa Hegg 



F. Hopkinson Smith 

Mary E. Harrison 

E. C. Darby 

Louisa B. Culver 

Michis 

G. Campi 

Henry P. Smith 

Samuel Wallin 

Fidelia Bridges 

Francis A. Silva 

A. H. Baldwin 

Geo. C. Lanibdin 

D. Law 

A. F. Brooks 

Amelia Harmau 

Granville Perkins 



EXPOSITION ART GALLERY. 



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377. 


Cherry Blossoms, 


/ 
Geo. Coleman 


378. 


Fishing Boats, 


Paul Marny 


379. 


Twelfth Night, 
Sir Toby, Sir Andrew, and Clown. 


Samuel Wallin 


380. 


Sunday Afternoon in New England, 


A. F. Bellows 


881. 


A Fresh- water Sailor, 


J. G. Brown 


382. 


Prickly Pear, 


Frederica J. Fletcher 


383. 


The Zithar Player, 


Thomas Eaktns 


384. 


Scene near Paris, 

Lent by L. A. Lanthier, New York. 


Octave Saunier 


385. 


Autumn Flowers, 


Laura Woodward 


386. 


Afternoon at Oohasset, 


Arthur Quartley 


387. 


Crochet- Workers , 


William Magrath 


388. 


The Smugglers, 


Ivan P. Pranishnikoff 


389, 


Down by the Brookside, 


Henry P. Smith 


390. 


"Water Lilies, 


R. M. Pratt 


391. 


Sheep in Pasture, 


William Magrath 


392. 


Lincoln Cathedral, 


Samuel Clman 


393. 


New London Light House, 


Francis A. Silva 


394. 


On the Westchester Shore, 


Agnes D. Abbott 


395. 


Crossing the Brook, 


J. G. Brown 


396. 


Scene on the Campagna, near Naples, 


R. Swain Gifford 


397. 


Sunrise on the New England Coast, 


Henry P. Smith 


398. 


Landscape at Elizabethtown, 


Kruseman Van Elten 


399. 


Summer Flowers, 


Laura Woodward 


400. 


Landscape and Marine, 


A. T. Bricher 


401. 


On the Gulf of St. Lawrence, 


J. C. Nicoll 


402. 


Galileo, 

Lent by L. A. Lanthier, New York. 


P. Planchi 


403. 


Roman Officer, 


Bartolini 


404. 


Scarborough Beach, Coast of Maine, 


Granville Perkins 



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GALLERY C. 



405. 


Apple Blossoms, 


Geo. Colemau 


406. 


Roman Peasant, 


Bartolini 


407. 


Flowering Almond and Narcissus, 


Agnes D. Abbott 


408. 


Wild Flowers, 


George C. Lambdin 


409. 


In the Porch, 


Sara Bascom Gilbert 


410. 


Playing Beggar, 


Nellie S. Jacobs 


4J1. 


Interior, Antwerp, 


Percival De Luce 


412. 


Bridge on Farmington River, 


H. W. Bobbins 


413. 


Sketch Club, 


Samuel Wallin 


414. 


Sketch, 


Paul Marny 


415. 


In the Garden, 


J. W. Chainpney 


416. 


Towing on Long Island Sound, 


Arthur Quartley 


417. 


Ducks, 


Kruseman Van Elteu 


418. 


Evening in the Sahara, 


R. Swain Gifford 


419. 


Sweet Summer Time, 


A. T. Bricher 


420. 


At Jedburgh Abbey, Scotland, 


C. A. Alexander 


421. 


Sketch, 


Paul Marny 


422. 


Landscape in Pennsylvania, 


Kruseman Van Elten 


423. 


Venice, 


Paul Marny 


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EXPOSITION ART GALLERY. 



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GALLERY D. 



NOS. 424 TO 452. 





"WATKR COLORS. 




424. 


The Bouquet, 

Lent by William Schaus, New York. 


Eugene Klimsch 


425. 


"Waiting, 


Beaumont 


426. 


The Breakfast, 

Lent by William Schaus, New York. 


Eugene Klimsch 


427. 


Evening, 


Joshua Wallis 


428. 


Asters, 


Marion R. Beers 


429. 


Entrance to Henry VII Chapel, 


E. H. Hunt 


430. 


Morning, 


Joshua Wallis 


431. 


G-ame of Chess, 


J. A. Schmidt 


432. 


Florence, 


U. Kerfoot 




OIL PAINTINGS. 




433. 


Day Dreams, 


Calvin Rae Smith 


434. 


" Mamma can't answer such Questions, 


E. L. Henry 


435. 


Thistles, 


Kate H. Greatorex 


436. 


Stoke Poges ; Scene of Gray's Elegy, 


J. F. Cropsey 


437. 


The Wolf at the Door, 


R. M. ShurtJeft 


438. 


Oriental Life, 


Eroli 


439. 


Schoharie Creek, Catskills, 


Edward Prescott 


440. 


Cascades on the Ausable River, 


Laura Woodward 


441. 


The Old Polks at Home, 


P. P. Ryder ' 



20 



GALLEKY D. 



442. 
443. 

444. 
445. 

446. 
447. 
448. 
449. 
450. 

451. 
452. 



The Golden Grate of California, 

Lent by Williams & Everett, Boston. 

The Little Pin Cushion and Basket Seller, 



John R. Key 



Normandy, 

Cornfield in the Oatskills, 
Cattle, 

Lent by Dr. John Wilson, Brussels. 

Nutting in the Old Lane, 

Washerwomen of Brittany, 

Morning Glory, 

Lake George, near Sabbath Day Point, 

The Boudoir, 

Lent by Williams & Everett, Boston. 

Studio; Still Life, 
Corn, 



Calvin Rae Smith 
Kruseman Van Elten 
Gibbon 

Laura Woodward 
Julian A. Weir 
E. Wood Perry 
J. B. Bristol 
R. Egusquiza 

Geo. W. Maynard 
Kate H. Greatorex 




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GALLERY E. 



NOS. 453 TO 546 



453. 
454. 
455. 
456. 
457. 
458. 

459. 
460. 
461. 

462. 

463. 
464. 
465. 

466. 
467- 

468. 
469. 
470. 



Clinton Ogilvie 

William Sartain 

Jno. H. Niemeyer 

Wm. L. Sonntag 

Eliza Greatorex 

A. Chwala 



Among the Adirondacks, 

Street View, Algiers, 

Autumn, 

An Old Landmark, Vermont, 

Amsterdam, 

Austrian Landscape, 

Lent by Dr. John Wilson, Brussels. 
Fair Wind, A. Cary Smith 

A Breton Interior, E. H. Hunt 

Snow Storm in the Highlands, Schenck 

Lent by Dr. John Wilson, Brussels. 

The Segovian, E. Sala 

Medal, Madrid. Lent by L. A. Lanthier, New York. 

Poultry, J. H. Dolph 

Poultry, J. H. Dolph 

Peasant in Salamanca, E. Sala 

Medal, Madrid. Lent by L. A. Lanthier, New York. 

Landscape, A. R. Veron 

J. Gaertner 



Norwegian "Waterfall, 

Lent by Dr. John Wilson, Brussels. 

Landscape ; Twilight, 

The Orphans, 

Freight Boat on the Adriatic, 

Lent by Williams & Everett, Boston. 



471. Berkshire Hills, Connecticut, 



CyreniusHall 

James H. Beard 

Emile Louis Vernier 

David Johnson 



GALLERY E. 



472. Spring Time, Ecouen, France, 


Emile Louis Vernier 


473. Konigsee, Bavarian Mountains, 


Henry Koch 


474. An Antwerp Beer-drinker, 


Willis Seaver Adams 


475. Banks of the Oise, near Antwerp, 

Lent by Williams & Everett, Boston. 


Achille Oudinot 


476. A Holland Peasant, 


Willis Seaver Adams 


477. Where is She? Venetian Lover, 


Arthur J. Pickering 


478. A Rat in the House, 


C. P. Ream 


479. Evening in France, 


J. C. Thorn 


480. Bedouins in Conversation, near Manfaloot, 
Egypt, Frank Waller 


481. Noonday Among the Ruins of Palmyra, 
Lockwood de Forest 


482. View on Snake River, 


A. F. Leonians 


483. Bay of New York, 

Lent by Dr. John Wilson, Brussels. 


W. A. Coulter 


484. "Heathen Chinee," 

Lent by Dr. John Wilson, Brussels. 


A. de Gault 


485. Tourists and Peasants on the Rhine, 

Lent by Williams & Everett, Boston. 


A. Kindler 


486. The Chess Players, 


Thomas Eakins 


487. Roses, 


Evelyn J. Bissell 


488. Winter Landscape in the Tyrol, 


E. B. 


489. Landscape and Cattle, 


John Pope 


490. The Marriage, 


William H. Beard 


491. Basket of Peaches, 


C. P. Ream 


492. Prairie Lilies, 


Lucy Durham 


493. Cottage in Devon, 


Richard Wilson 


494. Harebells, 


Lucy Durham 


495. Barnyard Scene, 


Stanly G. Middleton 


496. Wild Roees, 

497. Old Tower, near Albano, Italy, 
i 
' 498. Road Scene at Villiers le Bel, France, 


A. E. Hardy 
J. F. Cropsey 
Stanly G. Middleton 



fi\ 



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499. 
500. 

501. 

502. 
503. 
504. 
505. 
506. 
507. 
508. 

509. 
510. 
511. 
512 
513. 
514. 
515. 
516. 
517. 

518. 
519. 



Scene in the Forest of Fontainebleau, 

An Episode of the Siege of Paris, in the 
late Franco-Prussian "War, 



Summer Landscape near Vienna, 

Lent by Dr. John Wilson, Brussels. 

Study of Roses, 

Landscape, 

Derniers Rayons, 

Venice, 

Sir Galahad's Vision, 

Robin's Bath, 

The Letter, 

Lent by Williams & Everett, Boston. 

The Yankee Pedlar, 

Ironing Day, 

Calla Lily, 

Love's Inquiry, 

Playing Mother, 

Reconnoitering, 

The Eve of the Fete Dieu, 

Still Life, 

Norwegian Fjord, 

Lent by Dr. John Wilson, Brussels. 

The Day of the Betrothal, 

Lent by Williams & Everett, Boston. 

The Path through the Woods, Beverly, 



Charles Georget 

P. Vaini 
A. Chwaia 



M. A. Thompspn 
F, Piquot 
F. Borgella 
H. Durieux 
Sara Bascom Gilbert 
Fidelia Bridges 
Jules James Rougeron 

Thos. W. Wood 
J. R. Stuart 
Evelyn J. Bissell 
Frost Johnson 
Henry Bacon 
Charles S. Reinhart 
Miss E. H. Hunt 
M. A. Thompson 
A. Chwaia 

Charles D. Hue 



Mass., 



Lent by Williams & Everett, Boston. 



Ernest Longfellow 



520. Summer in France, 



Karl Pierre Daubigny 



521. 
522. 

523. 



Medals, 1868, 1874. 
Lent by Williams & Everett, Boston. 

" Piccolina," A Neapolitan Peasant Child, J. Carroll Beckwith 
Fruit, Rufus Wright 

Froissart, the Chronicler, A. B. L. De Vriendt 

Lent by Williams & Everett, Boston. 



GALLERY E. 



524. 


Prairie Grasses, 


F. K Bond 


525. 


King's River Canon, 

Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 1869. 


Albert Bierstadt 


526. 


Opium Poppy, 


Arthur J. Pickering 


527. 


Lynch Law ; A Comrade's Appeal, 


John Mulvany 


528. 


The Wreck, 


A. Van Beest 


529. 


Sheep, 


Mrs. Frost Johnson 


530. 


Caught, 


C. Boker 


531. 


Revenge, 


0. Boker 


532. 


Arab at Prayer, 


E. L. Weeks 


533. 


Morning in the Hills, So. Colorado, 


H. A. Elkins 


534. 


View near Steiermartz, 

Lent by Dr. John Wilson, Brussels. 


E.B. 


535. 


Game Fowls, 

Lent by Dr. John Wilson, Brussels. 


E. R. Maes 


536. 


View near Munich, 


W. S. Macy 


537. 


Brook Trout, 


S. A. Kilbourne 


538. 


Young Quail, 


S. A. Kilbourne 


539. 


The Little Nurse, 


Cornelia W. .Conant 


540. 


Study of Apples, 


W. M. Brown 


541. 


Fishing Boats off Coast of Maine, 


M. F. H. de Haas 


542. 


First Leaves of Autumn, 


Chas. E. Dubois 


543. 


Startled, 


A. F. Tait 


544. 


Lilac Blossoms, 


Mrs. E. M. Scott 


545. 


Spanish Troubadour, 

Lent by Dr. John Wilson, Brussels. 


Ch. Leon Cardon 


546. 


The Rivals, 


W. H. Beard 






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25 



GALLERY F. 



NOS. 551 TO 605. 



WATER COLORS. 



551. 


Marine, 


A. T. Bricher 


552. 


Israel in Egypt, 


Frank I. Jervis 


553. 


Flowers, 

Lent by L. A. Lanthier, New York. 


F. Rivoire 


554. 


Morning in New England, 


Henry P. Smith 


555 


On the Hudson, 

Lent by L. A. Lanthier, New Yerk. 


John Thorpe 


556. 


Marguerite, 


Walter Satterlee 


557. 


Close of Day, 


Charles S. Reinhart 


558. 


Roses and "Wild Carrots, 

Lent by John Snedecor, New York. 


Teresa Hegg 


559. 


Beech Woods, 


Miss C. Kerfoot 


560. 


View near New London, Conn., 


F. A. Silva 


561. 


Flowers, 

Lent by L. A. Lanthier, New York. 


F. Rivoire 


562. 


Calm Day, Staten Island, 


Henry Farrer 


563. 


Irish Interior ; Girl "Winding Yarn, 


Wm. Magrath 


564. 


Marine, 


A. T. Bricher 


565. 


New England Road Scene, 


H. W. Robbins 


566. 


Orchid Blossoms, 


Mrs. H. A. Olcott 


567. 


In a Cornfield, 


J. C. Nicol 


568. 


Fish and Ducks, 


A. Perelli 



26 



GALLERY F. 



569. 


Group of Game, 


A. Perelli 


570 


Falls on the Appellessant, near 
Adiron clacks, 


Mt. Marcy, 
Robert Hinshelwood 


571. 


Marine, 


A. Van Beest 


572. 


Heart of the Adirondacks, 


Robert Hinshelwood 


573. 


Petersplatz, Munich, 


Mrs. Eliza Greatorex 


574. 


The Shepherd, J. C. Thorn 
Lent by L. A. Lanthier. New York. 


575. 


Schuldner Thurm, Munich, 


Mrs. Eliza Greatorex 


576. 


Drawing- ; Pen and Ink, 


William Hart 


577. 


Bishop's Pass, over Eagle Cliff, 


F. Hopkinson Smith 


578. 


In the "Wild "Woods, 


F. Hopkinson Smith 


579. 


Enfant de Bretagne, 


Charles J. Bridgrnan 


580. 


A Secluded Nook, 


William Hart 


581. 


An Hour of Enjoyment, 


Pietro Vaini 


582. 


Rocky Beach, 


William Hart 


583. 


The Mountain Slope, 


F. Hopkinson Smith 


584. 


In Durer's Street, Nuremberg, 


Mrs. Eliza Greatorex 


585. 


Arch in the via Julia, Borne, 


Mrs. Eliza Greatorex 


586. 


Apple Bloseoms, 


Teresa Hegg 



Lent by John Snedecor, New York. 



587, Greetings ; a Milanese Beauty, 

58S. Trout Fishing, 

589. Panel of Flowers, 

590. Interior of "Westminster Abbey, 

591. Hunters in Ambush, 

Lent by Dr. John Wilson, Brussels. 

592. Edward the Confessor's Shrine, "West- 

minster Abbey, 



Miss E. H. Hunt 

John Williamson 

Mrs. Isadore Taylor 

Miss E. H. Hunt 

L. B. 

Miss E. H. Hunt 



EXPOSITION ART GALLERY. 



593. 


Percy Peaks, near Stratford, N. H., 


E. T. Wilson 


594. 


Wood Path in November, Valley of the 
Oise, France, 


John W. Mansfield 


595. 


The Spirit of the Times, 


Henry Peters Gray 


596. 


In the Valley of the Connecticut, 


R. W. Hubbard 


597. 


Cattle, 


J. H. Dolph 


598. 


Pox and Stork ; Fable de la Fontaine, 

Lent by Dr. John Wilson, Brussel8. 


V. de Vos 


599. 


Divine Reflection, 


Ambrose McNeal 


600. 


"Wild Daisies, 


Mrs. S. La Monte 


601. 


Bed Currants, 


Mrs. S. La Monte 


602. 


Yellow Daisies, 


Mrs. S. La Monte 


603. 


The Seasons, 


John Williamson 


604. 


St. Andrew's Church, Somersetshire, 


Arthur Dadd 


605. 


Cape Clear, South Ireland, 


Francis Dadd 




SPECIAL EXHIBITION ROOM. 



SPECIAL EXHIBITION ROOM 



HISTORICAL PAINTINGS. 



Homan Chariot Race, Alex. Wagner. 

Alexander Wagner was born at Pesth, the capital of Hungary, 
April 16, 1838, graduated at the Real-Gymnasium of his native 
city, and at the age of nineteen entered the Academy of Fine Arts 
at Vienna. The next year he entered the class of Prof. Carl Piloty 
in the Royal Academy of Munich, and in 1866, at the age of 28, 
was elected a professor in the Munich institution. The great work 
of his life is the " Chariot Race," which he painted for the Vienna 
Exposition, and then reproduced in grander proportions for the 
Centennial Exposition. The scene represents the close of an ex- 
citing race in the presence of the Emperor Domitian in the Circus 
Maximus at Rome, with all the beauty and wealth of the time. 

William the Silent, Prince of Orange, pawning 
his jewels, to carry on the "War of the 
Netherlands, Claudius Jacquand. 

A native of Lyons, France. Medal of second class, 1824 ; of first class, 1836 ; 
Cross of the Legion of Honor, 1839. 

Motley, the historian of the Dutch Republic, has ably portrayed 
the noble character of William, Prince of Orange. In the second 
volume, in the account of the sterrible campaign in the Nether- 
lands of the Duke of Alva, at the head of the Spanish army, the 
historian vividly describes the heroism and devotion of the patriot 
leader in the Provinces. The country had been devastated, 



EXPOSITION ART GALLERY. 29 

the Prince was proscribed, his property declared confiscated, the 
people were terror-stricken and paralyzed. Realizing the necessity 
of upholding the national cause, William sought to rally once more 
the people around the patriotic standard. A modest but lofty 
courage moved him, and selling his jewels, his plate, his furniture, 
which were almost of regal magnificence, with unbroken spirit, 
" he hazarded all his possessions, his luxury, his fortune, his family, 
his life, his children, with the calm conviction of a statesman." 
Three times in this terrible and unequal war did William raise 
money for the payment of his army by the pawning and the sale of 
his personal effects. 

This picture represents the assembling of William, his family, 
and his tried adherents, in his own home, to negotiate a sale to the 
Jewish bankers and brokers. Before them are spread the house- 
hold treasures, and, while anxious for their assistance, the Prince 
protests, with calm dignity, against the extortions of the money 
lenders. The painting was formerly in the possession of the late 
King of Holland, and at his death was sold with other personal 
effects. 

Shakespeare Reading. From the Death-mask 

at Darmstadt. William Page. 

William Page, the artist, was born January 23, 1811, in Albany, 
New York, and while quite a young man commenced portrait 
painting in New York. From 1850 to 1861 he painted in Europe, 
devoting much time to the examination of the technical processes 
of Titian. Elected, in 1871, President of the National Academy 
of Design, his two famous works are " The Head of Christ," and 
the present picture finished for the Centennial Exposition, upon 
which he was engaged for over seven years. 

William Shakespeare, born in Stratford-upon-Avon, in April, 
1564, died there April 23, 1616. His accredited portraits are the 
Stratford bust upon his tomb, finished by Gerard Johnson before- 
1623, the copper-plate engraving by Martin Droeshout, published. 



30 SPECIAL EXHIBITION EOOM. 

in 3623, and the Chandos oil portrait, now in the National Portrait 
Gallery at London. 

A death-mask made in 1616, the date of Shakespeare's death, 
belongs to Dr. Ernest Becker of Hesse-Darmstadt, which, after 
years study of the subject and critical examination of the cast 
itself, Mr. Page is convinced was taken from the face of the drama- 
tist. In 1847, Ludwig Becker, a portrait painter, bought a minia- 
ture painting, dated 1637, of a head upon a bier, which had be- 
longed to the Jesselstadt family for over a century. In 1849, he 
discovered the original death-mask for the painting at Mayence, 
and left it for eleven years with Prof. Owen, who could not com- 
plete a chain of evidence warranting its purchase for the British 
Museum. Mr. Page holds that the Darmstadt cast was the original 
guide to Johnson in preparing the bust on the tomb, and should 
be accepted as the only authoritative guide to the actual appear- 
ance of the poet. His views are ably set forth in an essay in 
JScribner's Monthly for September, 1875. 




INDEX OF ARTISTS. 



Abbott, Agnes D., 337 Fourth Avenue, New York 394/407 

Adams, Willis Seaver, Cleveland 383, 474, 476 

Alexander, C. A., 108 Dearborn Street, Chicago 305, 350, 420 

Armstrong, D. Maitland, 153 Fourth Avenue, New York 39 

B., E - 488, 534 

B., L ... 591 

Bacher, OttoH., Cleveland 13, 66 

Bacon, Henry, 22 Rue Saint Ferdinand, Paris 232, 513 

Baldwin, A. H., 1267 Broadway, New York. 371 

Barstow, S. M., Brooklyn 5 

Bartolini, F., Rome i '. 403, 406 

Beard, James H., 1300 Broadway, New York 469 

Beard, Harry, 1300 Broadway, New York.. _., 2 

Beard. William H., 51 West 10th Street, New York 207, 4fiO, 546 

Beaumont, Paris - 425 

Becker, Leon, Brussels 18, 65 

Beckwith, J. Carroll, 73 Rue Notre Dame des Champs, Paris 521 

Beers, Julie H., Metucheu, N. J :'. 62, 87 

Beers, Marion R. , Metuchen, N. J 347, 428 

Bellows, A. F., Y. M. C. A. Building, New York 250, 325, 357, 380 

Bianchi, Gerardo, Monza 320 

Bierstadt, Albert, 51 West 10th Street, New York 16, 525 

BisseM, Evelyn J., St. Louis 487, 511 

Blackman, Walter, 7 Rue de la Bieufaisance, Paris 95, 240 

Blakelock, R. H., New York.. 11 

Boker, C ; 530, 531 

Bond, Mrs. F. M., Austin, 111 524 

Boogaard, W. J 23 

Borgella, F., 202 AVabash Avenue, Chicago 504 

Boughton, Geo. H., Grove Lodge, Palace Garden Terrace, Kensington, 
London .. 55 



32 INDEX OF AKTISTS. 



Bricher, A. T., Y. M. C. A. Building, New York, 256, 302, 400, 419, 551, 564 

Bridges, Fidelia, 50 Cheever Place, Brooklyn 329, 369, SOT 

Bridgman, Chas. J., Paris. 257, 579 

Bristol, J. B., Y. M. C. A. Building, New York 449 

Brooks, A. F., 170 State Street, Chicago 374 

Brown, Geo. L., Boston 231 

Brown, J. G., 51 West 10th Street, New York. __ 322, 381, 395 

Brown, W. M., 658 Broadway, New York 239, 540 

Campi, G., Milan 366 

Cardon, Chas., Leon 545- 

Casilear, J. W., 51 West 10th Street, New York... 44 

Champney, J. W., Deerfield, Mass 68, 271, 317, 415- 

Chase, W. M., Munich , , 218, 254 

Church, F. E, Hudson, N. Y 275 

Chwala, A., Venice 64, 458, 501, 517 

Coleman, Geo., New York 353, 355, 377, 40& 

Colle-Leone, Venice 33 

Colman, Samuel, 337 Fourth Avenue, New York 76, 270, 392 

Conant, Cornelia W., Ecouen, France 40, 539 

Copeland, Alfred B., Boston 221 

Coulter, W. A., Brussels 14, 483 

Cropsey, J. F., 4 East 23rd Street, New York 436, 497 

Culver, Louisa B., Y. M. C. A. Building, New York 327, 364 

Dadd, Arthur, London, (deceased) 604 

Dadd, Francis, London -. 605- 

Darby, E/C., New York 354, 363 

Darley, F. O. C., Claymont, Del. 301 

Daubigny, Charles Francois, Paris 94 

Daubigny, Karl Pierre, Paris 520 

David, J., Paris 358- 

De Coninck, Pierre, Paris. _'_ 24 

de Gault, A 484 

de Forest, 51 West 10th Street, New York 48, 481 

de Haas, M. F. H., 51 West 10th Street, New York 541 

De Hageman, Paris 50 

De Luce, Percival, 337 Fourth avenue, New York 359, 411 

Deuchert, H., Paris 7ft 



INDEX OF ARTISTS. 33 



de Vps, Paris 228, 230, 598 

De Vriendt, A. B. L., Brussels 523 

Dieffenbach, H. A., Wiesbaden 274 

Dolph, J. H., 1151 Broadway, New York 77,241, 463,464, 597 

Drury, J. H.,268 East Huron Street, Chicago 220 

Dubois, Charles E., Paris 542 

Durieux, H., Paris 505 

Durham, Lucy, Beloit, Wis ..492, 494 

Eakins, Thomas, Philadelphia .9, 383, 486 

Earle, L. C., 26 Tribune Building, Chicago 15 

Egusquiza, R., Madrid 450 

Elkins, Henry A., 108 Dearborn Street, Chicago 533 

Eroli, Madrid 438 

Farrer, Henry, 1173 Broadway, New York 304, 332, 334, 562 

Fletcher, Frederika J., Indianapolis. 351, 882 

Fulton, Robert 28 

Gaertner, J _ 467 

Georget, Charles 499 

Gibbon 445 

Gifford, R. Swain, Y. M. C. A. Building, New York. . ..201, 219, 339, 396, 418 

Gifford, Sandford R. , 51 West 10th Street, New York 88, 244 

Gilbert, Sara Bascom, 667 Chapel Street, New Haven 319, 409, 506 

Goebel, Antwerp 337 

Gray, Henry Peters, 1800 Broadway, New York 595 

Greatorex, Eliza, 7 East 15th St., New York.. 238, 284, 457, 573, 575, 584, 585 

Greatorex, Kate H., 7 East 15th Street, New York 435, 452 

Green, Frank R., 213 South Green Street, Chicago 30 

Hall, Cyrenius, 170 State Street, Chicago 99, 468 

Hardy, A. E., Bangor, Me 496 

Harger, Alice, Lake Forest, 111 92 

Harman, Amelia, 1155 Broadway, New York 67, 316, 375 

Harrison, Mary E., 132 Elm Street, Chicago 312, 362 

Hart, James M. , 1155 Broadway, New York 25 

Hart, William, Y. M. C. A. Building, New York 214 

Haseltine, Chas. F., 1125 & 1127 Chestnut Street, Phila., lends 277 

Heade, M. J., 51 West 10th Street, New York 84 

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34 INDEX OF ARTISTS. 

Heaton, A. G., 337 Fourth Avenue, New York 215 

Hegg, Teresa, Nice, France -. 360, 558, 586 

Henry, E.L., 51 West 10th St., New York 100, 321, 434 

Herring, J. F., Sr - 29 

Hicks, Thomas, 6 Astor Place, New York .... 279 

Hinshelwood, Robert, New York ...570, 572 

Hoffier, Adolph, Frankfort, Germany 97 

Howland, A. C., Y. M. C. A. Building, New York ... 269 

Hubbard, R. W., 51 West 10th Street, New York .... 596 

Hue, Charles D., Paris 518 

Hull, W., London.. 314 

Hunt, Miss E. H., London 429, 460, 515, 587, 590, 592 

Inness, George, Booth's Building, New York 790 

Jacobs, Nellie S., 337 Fourth Avenue, New York 204, 410 

Jacquand, Claudius, Lyons, France Special Room. 

Jaime, Paris 842 

Jervis, Frank I 552 

Johnson, David, Y. M. C. A. Building, New York 282, 471 

Johnson, Eastman, 65 East 55th Street, New York 61, 224, 260 

Johnson, Frost, Y. M. C. A. Building, New York. 268, 512 

Johnson, Mrs. Frost, Y. M. C. A. Building, New York 529 

Jones, H. Bolton, Paris 255, 285 

Julio, Everett B. D., New Orleans 82 

Kappes, Alfred, 596 Broadway, New York 331 

Kerfoot, Miss C., Pittsburgh 432, 559 

Key, John R., Boston 442 

Kilbourne, S. A., Morrisania, N. Y 537, 538 

Kindler, A. , Dusseldorf 485 

Klimsch, Eugene 424, 426 

Knoedler, M. & Co., New York, lends 79 

Koch, Henry, Chicago 473 

Lambdin, Geo. C., Germantown, Philadelphia 281, 372, 408 

La Monte, Mrs. S., 836 Wabash Avenue, Chicago 600, 601, 602 

Lanthier, L. A,, 6 and 8 Astor Place, New York lends 

265, 320, 366, 384, 402, 462, 465, 553, 555, 561, 574 

Law, D. , London _ . . . . 344, 373 



INDEX OF ARTISTS. 36 



Leavitt, E. C., Providence, R. I 24 

Le Clear, Thomas, 51 West 10th Street, New York 54 

Lemmens, E., Paris -' 217 

Leoinans, A. F. , 346 West Washington Street, Chicago 482 

Longfellow, Ernest, Boston ' 519 

Luminais, E., Paris 277 

Lyman, J., Jr., 51 West 10th Street, New York 21 

Macy, W. S., Munich 73, 266, 536 

Maes, E. R., Brussels 22, 31, 32, 37,71, 535 

Magrath, William, 806 Broadway, New York 309, 387, 391, 563 

Mansfield, John W., New York. 85, 594 

Marny, Paul, Paris 811, 378, 414, 421, 423 

Marsh, J. S., 521 West Madison Street, Chicago 806, 340 

Maynard, Geo. W., Paris 451 

McCord, Herbert, 51 West 10th Street, New York 57, 58, 70, 276 

McEntee, Jervis, 551 West 10th Street, New York 205 

McNeal, Ambrose, 155 West Washington Street, Chicago 599 

Meadows, Jas. E., London, (deceased) 29 

Michis, Rome.. 365 

Middleton, Stanly G., 40 Exchange Place, New York 495, 498 

Midy, A. D., Paris... 358 

Miller, Charles H., 146 West 10th Street, New York 249, 287 

Minor, Robert C..Y. M. C. A. Building, New York 42, 211 

Moran, Edward, 107 East 25th Street, New York 101, 330 

Moran, Thomas, 9 Thomas Street, Newark, N. J 75, 229, 310, 349 

Mulvany, John, Louisville, Ky 527 

Nicoll, J. C., 51 West 10th Street, New York 69, 401, 567 

Niemeyer, John H., Yale School of Art, New Haven, Ct 93, 202, 465 

Noel, Jules, France 328 

Noyes & Blakeslee, 127 Tremont Street, Boston lend 33, 221, 532 

Oakey, M. R,, 44 West 17th Street, New York 272 

Odenheimer, M. B., 788 Broadway, New York 34, 72 

Ogilvie. Clinton, Y. M. C. A. Building. New York. 453 

Olcott, Mrs. H. A., 376 Michigan avenue, Chicago 233, 253, 341, 566 

Ouclinot, Achille, Paris... . 475 



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Page, William, 51 West 10th Street, New York. Special Room 

Pattison, Robert J. , 40 East 23rd Street, New York 91, 226 

Perelli, A., New Orleans 568, 569 

Perkins, Granville, Harper Bros., New York 315, 318, 276, 404 

Perry, E. Wood, 51 West 10th Street, New York 345, 448 

Peterson, John E. C., New York, Deceased 26 

Pickering, Arthur J., 69 Washington Street, Chicago 477, 526 

Picou, Henri, Paris 88 

Piquot, F., Paris 503 

Planchi, P. Torino, Italy 402 

Pope, John, 49 East 21st Street, New York 278, 489 

Pranishnikoff, Ivan, P. Harper Bros., New York 388 

Pratt, R. M., 45 East25th Street,New York 390 

Prescott , Edward, 1267 Broadway, New York 4, 439 

Quartley, Arthur, 3 Union Square, New York 52, 206, 386, 416 

Ream, C. P. , 184 Washington Street, Chicago 478, 491 

Ream, Morston, 39 Union Square, New York.. 81, 261 

Reinhart, Chas. S., 58 East 13th Street, New York 514, 557 

ilenner & Co. , 719 Sixth avenue, New York lend 88 

Richards, William T., Newport, R. I 243, 356 

Rivoire, Francois, Paris : 553, 561 

Robbins, H. W., Y. M. C. A. Building, New York 235, 412, 565 

Rougeron, Jules James, Paris 508 

Ryder, P. P., 335 East 118th Street, New York 225, 441 

Sala, E., Madrid, Spain. 462, 465 

Bartain, Emily, 728 Sansom Street, Philadelphia 43, 245 

Sartain, William, Paris 203, 258, 267, 454 

Satterlee, Walter, Y. M. C. A. Building, New York 27, 210, 556 

Saunier, Octave, Paris 384 

Schaus, William, 749 Broadway lends 424, 426 

Schenck 461 

Schmidt, J. A., Antwerp 431 

Schreyer, Adolph, Frankfort 61, 97 

Scott, Mrs. E. M. , 126 State Street, Chicago. . - 313, 544 

Seydel.E., Dresden - 222,247 

Shattuck, A. D., 51 West 10th Street, New York 74 

Shaw, Miss Annie C. , Metropolitan Block, Chicago T 208 



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Shelton, Geo. F., 19 West 17th Street, New York 3, 303, 308 

Shirlaw, Walter, Y. M. C. A. Building, New York 78 

Shurtleff, R. M. , 387 Fourth Ave., New York . 237, 338, 437 

Silva, Francis A., 80a Broadway, New York.. 56, 86, 323, 335, 346, 370, 393 

Smillie, James D., 337 Fourth Ave. , New York 49, 336, 343 

Smith, A. Gary, 51 West 10th St., New York 209, 459 

Smith, Calvin Rae, 28 S. Portland Avenue, Brooklyn 433, 443 

Smith, F. Hopkinson, 126 East 44th Street, New York. 324, 361, 577, 578, 583 

Smith, Henry P., 227 West llth Street, New York 367, 389, 397, 554 

Smith, T. L., 337 Fourth Avenue, New York ..59, 248 

Snedecor, John, New York lends 360, 558, 586 

Sonntag, William L., 120 East 22d Street, New York 12, 259, 456 

Spread, Henry F. , 170 State Street, Chicago 20, 236 

Story, Geo. H., Y. M. C. A. Building, New York 251 

Stuart, J. R., Madison, Wis 510 

Symington, J. , New York 352 

Tait, A.F., New York 543 

Tail, John R., Baltimore 1, 38, 53, 265 

Taylor, Mrs. Isadore, Chicago 589 

Tiffany, Louis C., Y. M. C. A. Building, New York 213, 263 

Thorn, J. C., Portchester, New York 60, 479, 574 

Thompson, A. Wordsworth, Y. M. C. A. Building, New York 8, 223 

Thompson, Miss M. A., 33 Dore Block, Chicago.. 502, 516 

Thorpe, John 555 

Unknown 41 

Unterberger, F. R. , Brussels 6 

V., Paris 216 

Vaini, Pietro, New York (deceased) : 500, 581 

VanBeest, A., Holland 262, 571 

Van Elten, Kruseman, 51 West Tenth Street, New York, 

35, 47, 307, 348, 398, 417, 422, 444 

Vernier, Emile Louis, Paris 470, 472 

Veron, A. R., Paris 466 

Verschuur, W., Brussels (deceased) 63 

Wagner, Alex., Munich Special Room 

Waller, Frank, Y. M. C. A. Building, New York 480 

Wallin, Samuel, 39 Union Square, New York 368, 379, 413 



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Wallis, Joshua, London, (deceased) 427, 430 

Walter, J., Dusseldorf _ 283 

Walters, M. Josephine, 293 State Street, Brooklyn 286 

Ward, Charles C., New York , 212 

Ward, Edgar M., 9 West 49th Street, New York 45, 96, 227 

Webb, C. M., Antwerp.. __ 17, 89 

Weeks, E. L., Boston ... 36, 532 

Weir, Julian A., Paris 1 273, 447 

Whittredge, W M 51 West Tenth Street, New York 264 

Wiggins,- John C., 40 East Twenty-third Street, New York 10, 98 

Wilkins, Mrs. G. J., Chicago... 80 

Williams & Everett, 508 Washington Street, Boston lend 7, 26, 55, 61 

63, 90, 94, 97, 231, 442, 450, 470, 472, 475, 485, 508, 518, 519, 520, 523 

Williams, Mrs. F., 411 Center Street, Chicago 46 

Williamson, John, 6 Astor Place, New York 234, 252, 588, 603 

Wilson, E. T., Lancaster, N. H 593 

Wilson, Dr. John, Brussels lends 6, 14, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24, 31, 32 

33, 37, 64, 65, 71, 89, 445, 458, 461, 467, 483 
484, 488, 499, 501, 517, 534, 535, 545, 591, 598 

Wilson, Richard, London 493 

Witt, J. H., Ohio 102 

Wood, Thomas W., 51 West 16th Street, New York 326, 509 

Woodward, Laura, 1155 Broadway, New York 385, 399, 440, 446 

Woutermartens, E., Charleroi 19 

Wright, Rufus, 64 Court Street, Brooklyn ... 522 

Wyant, A. H., Y. M. C. A. Building, New York _ 246 

Ziem, Felix, Paris 56, 280 



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