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BOSTON UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS LIBRARY 



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COPLEY SOCIETY 

RETROSPECTIVE 

EXHIBITION 

OF THE 

DECORATIVE 

ARTS 



COPLEY HALL BOSTON 



Illustrated Catalogue 

RETROSPECTIVE 

EXHIBITION OF THE 

DECORATIVE 

ARTS 



UNDER THE AUSPICES OF 

THE COPLEY SOCIETY 

COPLEY HALL, BOSTON, MASS. 

M D C C C C X I 



COMMITTEE 



Mr. HOLKER ABBOTT 

Mr. THOMAS ALLEN 

Mr. FRANCIS H. BIGELOW 

Mrs. benjamin S. BLANCHARD 

Mr. FRANCIS BULLARD 

Mr. J. TEMPLEMAN COOLIDGE, Jr. 

Mr. FREDERICK H. CURTISS 

Mr. RICHARD C. DIXEY 

Mr. DESMOND FITZGERALD 

Mr. STEPHEN S. FITZGERALD 

Mr. TH0M.4S G. FROTHINGHAIVI 

Mr. a. VV. LONGFELLOW 

Mr. frank GAIR MACOMBER 

Mrs. EVERETT MORSS 

Miss HELEN GRAHAiM MOSELEY 

Mrs. WILLIAM L. PARKER 



Mr. JOHN ENDICOTT PEABODY 

Miss ELIZABETH W. PERKINS 

Miss ANNIE C. PUTN.^M 

Mr. EIVIIL H. RICHTER 

Mrs. CHARLES S. SARGENT 

Mrs. J. MONTGOMERY SEARS 

Miss MARY CREASE SEARS 

Miss MARTHA SILSBEE 

Mr. HENRY D. SLEEPER 

Mr. JOSEPH LINDON SMITH 

Mr. CHARLES H. TYLER 

Mr. FREDERIC P. VINTON 

Mr. C. HOWARD WALKER 

Mr. EDWARD R. WARREN 

Mr. EDMUND M. WHEELWRIGHT 

Mr. EMILE F. WILLIAMS. 






INTRODUCTION 

aN exhibition of Decorative Art must necessarily be broad 
/A in the scope of work represented, and only a small number 
of objects of each type can be shown in a limited space. 
In each class, therefore, unusual merit has been the cause of 
selection, and the exhibition is one in reality of works of which 
each of its kind is an artistic treasure, and has also, at times, 
historic interest. None of the examples are of later date than 
1840, and they have been placed in the two halls and the adja- 
cent rooms in the following manner: in the room opposite the 
entrance to Copley Hall and to the right, the Ncav England 
Exhibit, in most cases of the Colonial type, and consisting of 
furniture; and Allston Hall is devoted to Georgian work, — 
Chippendale, Hepplewhite, and Sheraton furniture, English 
silver, etc., and other objects of art. In this room are also 
cases of fine laces and fans. 

The small room beyond Allston Hall contains a remarkable 
collection of prints, — Rembrandts, Mantegnas, etc. 

Copley Hall has its walls decorated with rich embroideries 
and tapestries, and with four or five remarkable pictures, among 
which are the celebrated Blue Boy by Gainsborough, a portrait 
of himself by Sir Joshua Reynolds, and a portrait of Admiral 
Gambler, by John Singleton Cople}^, from the collection of 
Lord Aberdare. 

The four large cases in the centre of the hall are filled with 
old Chinese porcelains, near which is a wonderful collection of 
jades and crystals. 

On the right and left, upon entering the hall, are cases of 
silver-work of the best types. Beyond these are rare and beau- 
tiful books and bindings, consisting of mediaeval works delicately 

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illuminated, examples of fine XVI and XVII Century print- 
ing, and embossed and inlaid leather bindings, etc. 

Beyond the central cases for porcelains are the collections 
of metal-work, wrought iron, copper, silver, and gold and 
jewelry; and around the hall and upon the stage are richly 
carved and decorated pieces of furniture, — French, Italian, 
Spanish, and Dutch, — in fact of many periods and styles, ex- 
cepting the Georgian and Colonial. 

On the stage are two casement windows of stained glass, 
with transoms above. This glass is German, and dated 1516, 
and is very finely painted. There are also several panels of 
Italian Renaissance stained glass, delicately drawn. 

With so great a variety of objects there can be little or no 
attempt at classification or installation according to period, 
■excepting in such cases as those of the Georgian work shown 
in AUston Hall and the New England collection in the room 
at the right; but the rare and beautiful quality of the work 
is admirably decorative, and exemplifies the fact that the best 
in art, however varied in character the objects associated may 
be, is harmonious in general effect. 



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CATALOGUE 



PAINTINGS 

1 Blue Boy. By Thomas Gainsborough, R.A. 

Thomas Gainsborough was born at Sudbury, Suffolk, in 1727; died in 
London, 1788. After an unsuccessful struggle in London, both as a 
portrait and landscape painter, he returned to Bath, but went back to 
London in 1774, and won such a reputation that he was considered the 
rival of Sir Joshua in portraiture and of Wilson in landscape painting. 
Ruskin calls him "the purest colorist of the English school"; and 
again, in speaking of his technique, he says: "Turner is a child to 
him. His forms are grand, simple, and ideal. His excellence is based 
upon principles of art long acknowledged and facts of nature univer- 
sally apparent. In a word, he is an immortal painter." 

Lent hy Mr. George A. Hearn, New York 

2 Portrait by Gainsborough of Mrs. Edmund Morton 

Pleydell, of Whatcome 

Lent by Mrs. Robert D. Evans 

3 Landscape, with Blind Man crossing a Bridge. By 

Gainsborough. From the collection of Sir George 
Beaumont Lent by Messrs. R. C. i^ N. M. Vose 

4 Portrait. By Gainsborough Lent by Miss Ames 

5 Portrait. By Sir Joshua Reynolds 

Lent by Mr. Frank Gair Macomber 

6 Portrait of Sir Joshua Reynolds. By himself 

Lent by Miss Elizabeth W . Perkins 

7 Portrait of Admiral Gambler. B}^ J. S. Copley. From 

the collection of Lord Aberdare 

Lent by Messrs. R. C.^ N. M. Vose 

8 Portrait, Colonel Israel Elliot Trask. By Gilbert Stuart 

Le7it by Mrs. Frederick H. Tappan 

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ARMOR 

9 Main gauche dagger, Spanish, XVI Century. From the 

Baron de Cosson Collection. 
ID Swiss dagger, XVI Century. From the Spitzer Collection 

11 Arm plates, XVI Century, the work of Negroli. From 

the Laking Collection 

12 Gorget, front and back plates, Italian or French, XVI 

Century 

13 Bag mount. From the Spitzer Collection 

14 Bag mount, Italian, XVI Century, signed Alfonsus Exten- 

sis, arms of the Duke of Este Parma. From the 
Lechelle Collection 

15 Iron-work of the XV, XVI, XVII Centuries 

Lent by Mr. Frank Gair Maco7nber 



SCULPTURES 

16 Marble statuette of Madonna and Child. Attributed to 

Dominico Gaggini, 1490 

Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Fuller 

17 Four XVIII Century marble medallions, Italian 

18 Set four marble medallions, Lombard emperor, gilt frames 

19 Pair XVIII Century marble medallions, Italian 

20 Set four miniature medallions, Italian poets, Dante, 

Petrarch, Tasso, Ariosto 

21 Set Italian marble medallions, first twelve Caesars 

22 Two encoignures, Italian, XVII Century 

23 Eleven marble medallions, XVIII Century, Italian 

Lent by Mr. Herbert W . C. Brow fie 



TAPESTRIES 

24 Brussels tapestrj^, XVI Century, "Paris and Helen" 

Lent by Mr. C. LL Parker 

25 Flemish tapestry, signed "Mander Fecit 1610." From 

the Demidoff Collection 

Lent by Messrs. Shreve, Crump ^ Low 

26 Brussels tapestry, XVII Century 

Lent by Mr. Thomas Allen 

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27 Peruvian Tapestry, XVII Century 

Lent by Mr. Denman W . Ross 

28 Tapestry, Gobelins, XV III Century 

29 Tapestry, Gobelins, XVIII Century 

Le7it by Mrs. Robert G. Shazv 

30 Flemish tapestry, Italian garden scene, XVII Century 

Lent by Mrs. George R. Fearing 

31 Tapestry, Gobelins, XVII Century, "Fame," after Le 

Brun Lent by Mr. Herbert Browne 

32 Gobelins tapestry, Louis XIV, after Mignard 

33 Gobelins tapestry, Louis XVI, after Mignard 

34 Gobelins tapestry, Louis XVI, after Mignard 

35 Gobelins tapestry, Louis XVI, after Mignard 

36 Gobelins tapestry, Louis XVI, after Mignard 

37 Gobelins tapestry, Louis XVI, after Mignard 

38 Fragment of tapestry 

39 Fragment of tapestry 

40 Fragment of tapestry 

41 Fragment of tapestry 

42 Fragment of tapestry 

43 Fragment of tapestry 

44 Armorial tapestry, Gobelins, Louis Philippe 

45 Armorial tapestry. Gobelins, Louis Philippe 

Lent by Mrs. James A. Garlajid 

46 Three Italian embroidery tapestries. From the palace 

of Prince Centurione, Genoa, XVI Century 

Le?it by Mr. John G. Coolidge 

47 Tapestry, signed "Mercier Dresden," XVII Century 

Lent by Mr. Morris Gray 

48 Tapestry, verdure, Beauvais, XVII Century, 

Lent by Mr. John T. Coolidge 

48^ Flemish tapestry Lent by Miss Frances G. Curtis 

48/^ Flemish tapestry Lent by Messrs. Shreve, Crump ^ Lozv 
48c Flemish tapestry Lent by Mr. A. W. Longfellow 

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SILVER 

49 Cup and saucer, French, First Empire 

50 Soup tureen, French, Louis XVI 

51 Oval basket, French, Louis XVI 

52 Round tray, English, 1820 

53 Toast rack, London, 1773 

54 Round silver bowl, Dublin, 1797 

55 Porringer, with medallion of Henry II, French, about 1708 

56 Pair pepper pots, English, 1794 

57 Kettle, with lamp stand, Newcastle, 1744 

58 Tea caddy, with handles, English, 1802 

59 Tankard, maker John Burt 

60 Tea caddy, English, 1786 

61 Two-handled cup with cover, English, 1759 

Lent by Mrs. W. C. Endicotty Jr. 

62 Pair tablespoons. Revere 

63 Tea set, London, 1806. Coffee pot, tea pot, sugar bowl, 

and cover (4 pieces) 

64 Tankard, Newcastle hall mark, 1774 

65 Pair coasters, London hall mark, 1772 

66 Punch ladle, American Lent by Mr. Francis H. Bigelow 

67 Tea pot, London, 1784 

68 Tea pot, London, 1788 

69 Tray 

70 Pair candlesticks, London, 1762 

71 Jug, ewer shape, French, about 1790 

72 Chocolate pot, 1790 Lent by Mr. George P. Gardner 

73 Can, Z. Brigden, 1734-87 

74 Porringer, B. Bart, 1728-1863 

75 Can, Samuel Edwards, Boston, 1762 

76 Beaker, Isaac Hutton, Albany, 1790-18 10 

77 Porringer, J. Loring, Boston, 1743 

78 Pitcher, MacFarland, Boston, 1798 

79 Tea pot, William Moulton, Newburyport 

80 Porringer, E. Pelletrau, New York, 1750 

81 Pitcher, Pitman, Providence, 1795 

82 Porringer, John Foster, Boston, 1795 

83 Tray on feet, English, London, 1750 

84 Sauceboat, London, 1759 Lent by Mr. Dwight Blaney 

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85 Can, London, 1765 

86 Can, London, 1765 

87 Ladles, English (10) 

88 English sword Lent by Mr. Dwight Blaney 

89 Hunting cup, made by "Odiot," 1840. Belonged to Louis 

Philippe 

90 Rose-water basin and ewer, London. Belonged to Duke 

of Sussex 

91 Tea pot, wooden handle and finial, straight spout 

92 Old Dutch salver, wire edge, two-handles 

Lent hy Mrs. William C. Endicott 

96 Tea caddy, German 

97 Bowl, embossed 

98 Book cover, German, embossed with Rubens's "Descent 

from the Cross " 

99 Two muffineers, London, 1795 and 1798 
100 Two bowls, London, 1747 

loi Two tablespoons, London, 1698 

102 An early German watch case Lent Anonymously 

103 Pomandor (time of Queen Elizabeth) 

Lent by Mr. Frank Gair Macomber, Jr, 

104 Tankard, about 1700 Lent by Mr. Dudley L. Pickman 

105 Pair braziers, London, 1743 

Lent by Mrs. Theodore Lyman 

106 Cake basket, 1763 

107 Pitcher, 1792 

108 Tankard, fluted 

109 Loving cup, Charles I 

110 Bowl and cover, 1666 

111 Tea caddy, 1702 

112 Sauceboat, 1787 

113 Muffineer, 1749 

114 Sugar tongs 

115 Saltcellars (pair), 1783 

116 Pencil border platter 

117 Beaker, Charles I Lent by Mrs, James A, Garland 

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ii8 Sugar box, 1784 

119 Mustard pot, Victorian 

120 Cups with two handles, 17 18 

121 Sugar basket, James I Lent by Mrs. James A. Garland 

122 Tankard, Swedish, XVII Century 

Lent hy Mrs. Francis Peabedy, Jr. 

123 Tea pot, London, 1759 

124 English tankard, 171 5 Lent by Mr. J. A. Lowell Blake 

125 Tankard, embossed, George III 

126 Tankard, Cromwell, XVII Century 

Lent by Mr. Thomas Allen 

127 Pair French candlesticks 

128 French coffee pot with wooden handle 

129 Mustard pot, English 

130 Vegetable dish, English 

131 Oval vegetable dish, French, Louis XVI 

Lent by Mr. George A. Gardner 

132 Plain Dutch urn, early XVIII Century 

133 Plain hot-water pitcher, cane handle 

134 Pair old German cups, embossed 

135 Old tea caddy, oval, shield on front 

136 Tankard, plain, about 1700 

137 Tankard, coat of arms, 1685 

138 Pair sauceboats, fluted, Irish, about 1730 

139 Oval tea pot, fluted, 1786 

140 Pair muffineers, 1757 

141 Muflineer, 1759 Lent by Mrs. Bayard Thayer 

142 Cream pitcher, 1845, Russian 

143 Rectangular tea cadd}^, Duke of Portland arms 

Lent by Mrs. William C. Endicott 

144 Potato ring, Irish 

145 Tankard, London, 1694 

Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Hamlin 

146 Tray, Paul Revere Lent by Mrs. Samuel. R. Fidler 

147 Wine funnel, London, 1812 Lent by Mr. Isaac R. Thomas 

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148 Tray, English, 1750 Le^it by Mr. Stephen S. FitzGerald 

149 Urn, vase shape, with handles, London, 1790 

Lent by Mrs. H. A. Lamb 

150 Large tankard, gilt, London, 1829 

151 Tea pot, London, 1791 

152 Tankard, Cromwell period Lent by Mrs. J. C. Rogers 

153 Tankard, Samuel Minott Leyit by Miss Susanna Willard 

154 Tea pot, London, 1749 
15s Tray, 1730 

156 Can, Jacob Hurd, 1702, 1758 Lent by Mrs. John Homans 

157 Urn, George IV 

158 Mug, George IV, Irish 

159 Cake basket, George III 

160 Pitcher, George IV Lent by Mr. John E. Peabody 

161 Tobey Lent by Mrs. Samuel J. Mixter 

162 Tankard, Edward Winslow, dated about 1700 

163 Mustard pot, English Lent by Mr. Hollis French 

164 Loving cups, London, 17 19, George I 

165 Cup, two handles, London, 1718, George I 

166 Tea pot, London, 1738, George II 

167 Ladle, London, 1725, George I 

168 Tea caddy, London, 171 1, Queen Anne 

169 Tea pot, London, 171 2, Queen Anne 

170 Chocolate pot, London, 171 3, Queen Anne 

171 Beaker, Dutch, about 1700 

172 Christening cup, Dutch, about 1700 

173 Tankard (Norwegian?), 1690 

174 Pitcher, Italian, embossed with cardinal arms 

Lent by Mrs. J. Montgomery Sears 

177 Hunting Cup, Odiot, Paris, belonged to Louis Philippe 

178 Rose-water basin, London, belonged to the Duke of Sussex 

Lent Anony^nously 



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SHEFFIELD PLATE 



179 Sugar sifter 

180 Salt sifter 

181 Pair candlesticks 

182 Pair candlesticks 

183 Pair candlesticks 

1 84 Two sets snuffers and trays 

1 85 Two pairs pierced coasters 

186 Pair wine coolers 

187 Tall (covered) ewer 

188 Short jug and cover 

189 Fluted tea pot 

190 Coffee pot 

191 Large platter 

192 Oblong hot-water dish 

193 Basket, wire work 

194 Oval tray 

207 Round tray 

208 Flagon 

209 Pair coasters 

210 Engraved tray 

212 Wire basket with handle 

213 Sauceboat 

215 Teakettle and stand 

219 Pair wire baskets 



Lent by Mr. Mollis French 



220 Round tray 

221 Mug, barrel shape 



Le7it by Mr. Francis H. Bigelow 
Lent by Mr. John E. Peabody 
Lent by Dr. Walter Woodman 



222 Urn 

223 Pair cans 

224 Pair branched candelabra 

225 Pair wine coolers 

226 Tea caddy 

227 Tankard 

228 Tankard 

229 Tankard 



Lent by Mr. Dwight Blaney 



22()a German cathedral lamp 



Lent by Dr. J. C. White 



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PEWTER 

230 Old Japanese pewter tray, brass inlaid 

Lent by Mr. J. Templeman Coolidge, Jr. 

232 Japanese pewter tea caddy 

233 Chinese white metal box, enamelled, Ming period 

Lent by Mr. Denman W . Ross 

234 Pewter coffee pot 

235 Pewter beer mug 

236 Pewter beer mug 

237 Pewter beer mug 

238 Pewter communion wine holder 

239 Pewter wine holder 

240 Pewter plate 

241 Pewter plate 

242 Pewter beaker 

243 Pewter beaker Lent by Mr. Gardiner M. Lane 

244 Japanese pewter bowl, openwork border 

245 Japanese pewter bowl, openwork border 

246 Japanese pewter box, brass decoration 

Lent by Mrs. J. Montgomery Sears 

247 German trophy cup, pewter 

Lent by Mr. William McM. Woodworth 

248 Two pewter milk jugs 

249 German candlesticks, pewter and horn 

250 Pewter bowl 

251 Pewter Gothic jug 

252 Pewter milk jug 

253 Pewter milk jug (small) 

254 Pewter holy wine jug Le7it by Mrs. C. J. White 

255 German flagon 

256 Communion goblet 

257 Half-pint mug with nose, English, about 1713 

258 Chinese w^ine pot, made by Yo-Yo-Sci-Sci, about 1700 

259 Chinese wine pot, made by Hauru Ruso, about 1700 

260 Quart mug, English make, middle of XVIII Century 

261 Biberon with iron handle and ring, Swiss make, 1742 

Lent by Miss Alice E. Parker 

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262 Plate, German pewter, 1695 

263 Tea jar with two covers, made by Yama Ruchi in Kioto, 

1700 

264 Double-handled bowl, 1785 

265 Half-gill measure with cover and pointed lip, by John de 

St. Croix, 1729 

266 Pint flagon with cover 

267 Mustard pot with cover, English make 

268 Scotch tappit hen 

269 Half-pint measure with cover, English 

Lent by Miss Alice E. Parker 

270 Pewter charger brought from England about 1635 by 

Wm. Collier, of Plymouth Colony. His initials and 
those of his wife appear on the margin 

Lent by Mrs. Wm, Lazvrie 

271 Old pewter chalice (German) 

272 Two pewter plates Lent by Mr. Henry D. Sleeper 

273 Pair Chinese tea caddies 

274 Tea pot, oval, 1785 

275 Salt cellar, Queen Anne 

276 Snuff box (marked "P. Revere") 

277 Snuff box with eagles Lent by Mr. Francis H. Bigelow 



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BRONZE 

278 Thibetan gilt bronze Boddhisatva 

279 Thibetan gilt bronze Boddhisatva 

280 Thibetan gilt bronze Boddhisatva 

281 Thibetan gilt bronze Boddhisatva 

282 Thibetan gilt bronze Boddhisatva 

283 Thibetan gilt bronze Trimurti 

284 Thibetan gilt bronze Siva 

285 Thibetan gilt bronze Boddhisatva 

286 Thibetan gilt bronze Boddhisatva 

287 Thibetan gilt bronze Buddha 

288 Thibetan gilt bronze Buddha 

289 Thibetan gilt bronze Boddhisatva 

290 Thibetan gilt bronze Buddha (small) 

291 Thibetan gilt bronze jewelled case for prayer rolls 

Lent by Mr. Emile F. Williams 

294 Copper Persian bowl, XVII Century 

295 Copper Arabic bowl, tin-faced, XVI Century 

Lent by Mr. Frank Gair Macomber 

297 Bust of Washington, by Houdon 

298 Bust of Franklin, by Houdon 

Lent by Mr. Dudley L. Pickman 

299 Old Chinese bronze koro Lent by Mr. John S. Ames 

300 Italian bronze mortar, dated 1788 

Lent by Messrs. Shreve, Crump i^ Low 

302 Two bronze lions (Barye) 

303 One French bronze 

304 Two large cloisonne vases (Japanese) 

305 Two Kobe vases Lent by Mr. Edward R. Andrezus 

306 Incense burner Lent by Mr. Thomas R. Wheelock 



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BRASS AND COPPER 

307 German brass plaque, Saint George 

308 German brass plaque, annunciation 

309 German brass plaque, coat of arms 

310 German brass plaque, Adam and Eve 

311 German brass plaque, Saint Christopher 

Lent by Mr. Denman W. Ross 

312 Georgian copper urn, brass ornaments 

Lent by Miss A. C. Putnam 

313 Brass andirons, early American, from New Bedford 

314 Brass andirons, early American, from New Bedford 

Lent by Mrs. James A. Garland 

316 Old Russian copper and brass samovar, tray and bowl 

317 German brass pitcher 

318 Swiss charcoal cooking brazier Lent by Miss Mary C. Sears 

319 Brass candelabrum, Russian Poland, XV Century 

320 German Gothic brass pieces: 

(a) Octagonal censer, Perce au jour 

(b) Oval incense box 

(c) Bronze spoon Lent by Mr. Thomas Allen 

321 Brass snuif box from Holland 

322 Brass snuff box from Holland 

Lent by Miss Charlotte E. Maxwell 

323 Four Neapolitan church altars, flower decoration, in brass 

Lent by Miss Louise Nathurst 

334 Brass, Russian Church plaque 

335 Russian Church plaque, brass and enamel 

338 Two Venetian andiron heads, XVI Century 

339 Two Italian Renaissance andiron heads 

340 Normandy charcoal cooking brazier 

341 Florentine cow bell 

342 Venetian spigot, early XVI Century 

Lent by Mr. J . Templeman Coolidge, Jr. 

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343 Bronze Italian knocker, Renaissance 

344 Japanese temple emblem, bronze 

345 Two Turkish cartridge boxes 

Lent by Mr. J. Templeman Coolidge, Jr. 

346 German brass plaque, XVI-XVII Centuries 

347 German brass plaque, XVI-XVII Centuries 

348 German brass plaque, XVI-XVII Centuries 

349 German brass plaque, XVI-XVII Centuries 

350 German brass plaque, XVI-XVII Centuries 

351 German brass plaque, XVI-XVII Centuries 

352 German brass plaque, XVI-XVII Centuries 

Lent by Mr. Joseph Lindon Smith 

353 Hanging church lamp, brass and silver. From Buda- 

Pesth, XVII Century 

Lent by Messrs. Shreve, Crump iff Low 

356 German Gothic monstrance, copper gilt, XV Century 

357 Two brass German candlesticks 

358 Brass chauflferette 

359 Italian openwork brass scaldino 

360 German brass plate 

361 German brass platter 

362 Two Russian copper altar candlesticks, silver-plated 

363 English copper urn, XVIII Century, 

364 Two South German silver mirrors, early XVIII Century 

Lent by Mrs. C. J. White 

365 Two American brass candlesticks 

366 Two American brass candlesticks, pie-crust 

367 Two American brass candlesticks 

Lent by Mrs. James A. Garland 

368a Florentine clock, XVII Century 
b Neapolitan clock, XVI Century 
c Venetian clock, XVI Century 
d French clock, Louis XIV 
e French clock, Henri HI 

Lent by Mr. J . Templeman Coolidge, Jr. 

f Neapolitan clock, early XVII Century 

Lent by Mrs. James H. Perkins 

g Small Florentine clock Lent by Mrs. John F. Perkins 

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IRON-WORK 

370 Gothic steel knocker 

371 Wrought-iron nail head 

372 Wrought-iron nail head 

373 Wrought-iron shell head from the Alhambra 

374 Wrought-iron shell hook for stuffs 

Lent by Mr. Francis R. Allen 



376 Wrought-iron door knocker, French Gothic 

377 Two wrought-iron tent pegs, Early Arabic 

Le7it by Mr. F. G. Macomber 



378 Two old Gothic candelabra, XVI Century 

Lent by Mr. I. M. Gauge^igigl 

379 Wrought-iron candlestick, German, late XVII Century 

380 Italian wall fountain and bronze basin, XVIII Century 

Lent by Mr. Dwight Blaney 



381 Wrought-iron battle bells from Bologna, XIV Century 

Lent by Tavern Club 

382 Metal Italian openwork tray Lent by Mr. A. W . Longfellow 

383 Iron-bound jewel case, late Gothic 

Lent by Miss Elizabeth W . Perkins 

384 Wrought-iron Spanish grille, XVII Century 

385 Wrought-iron Italian grille, XVI Century 

386 Wrought-iron Italian scaldino (copper bowl), XVII Cen- 

tury Lent by Messrs. Shreve, Crump ^ Low 

388 Norwegian iron treasure chest 

Lent by Mrs. James A. Garland 

389 Renaissance iron lire screen and cranes 

Lent by Mrs. J. Montgomery Sears 

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390 Wrought-iron Spanish nail head and plates 

Lent by Miss Mary C. Sears and Miss Agries St. John 

391 French Gothic andirons Lent by Mrs. J . Montgomery Sears 

392 Engraved wrought-iron treasure chest, Spanish 

Lent by Mr. Henry D. Sleeper 

393 Wrought-iron altar rail in three panels, French, XVIII 

Century Lent by Mr. Guy Lowell 

394 Pair Florentine Renaissance andirons 

Lent by Mr. J. Templeman Coolidge Jr. 

395 Old Spanish iron grille, or espetera 

Lent by John Chadwick Company, New York 

396 Thirteen Gothic keys, iron 

Lent by Mr. Joseph Lindon Smith 

397 Wrought-iron French clock 

398 Wrought-iron Florentine knocker, XV Century 

399 Wrought-iron Gothic key from Venice 

400 Wrought-iron furniture handle, Italian 

401 Wrought-iron French crane from Canada 

Lent by Mr. J. Templeman Coolidge, Jr. 

402 Wrought-iron steel lock, in Gothic style, designed and 

made by Frank L. Koralewsky 

Lent by Frederick Krasser l^ Co, 

403 Wrought-iron Florentine andirons, XVII Century 

Lent by Mr. John T. Coolidge 

404 Wrought-iron French Gothic andirons 

Lent by Mr. Dwight Blaney 

406 Four wrought-iron ecclesiastical candelabra, XVIII Cen- 
tury Lent by Mrs. Robert G. Shaw, id 

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PRINTS 

407 Pollaiuolo. Ten Nude Fighting Figures 

408 Mantegna. Sea Divinities 

409 Mantegna. Christ in Limbo 

410 Mantegna. Entombment 

411 Zoan Andrea. Dance of Women 

412 Campagnola. Saint John the Baptist 

413 Diirer. Melancholia 

414 Diirer. Saint Eustace 

415 Diirer. Saint Jerome 

416 Durer. Madonna with the Monkey 

417 Diirer. Knight, Death, and the Devil 

418 Diirer. The Dream 

419 Rembrandt. The Entombment 

420 Rembrandt. The Death of the Virgin 

421 Rembrandt. The Raising of Lazarus 

422 Rembrandt. Christ Preaching 

423 Rembrandt. Portrait of Sylvius 

424 Rembrandt. Blind Tobit 

425 Schoengauer. The Adoration 

426 Lucas van Leyden. The Death of the Monk Sergius 

427 Lucas van Leyden. David playing before Saul 

428 Diirer woodcut. The Four Riders. From the "Apoca- 

lypse" Lent by Mr. Francis Bullard 



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ORIGINAL DRAWINGS 

429 Bernini, Figure design for Fountain 

430 Bernini, Angel 

43 1 Michel Angelo 

432 Timoteo Viti 

433 Tiepolo 

434 Julio Romano 

435 Veronese 

436 Raphael 

437 Claude Lorraine 

438 Fra Bartolomeo [Lent by Mrs. E. D. Brandegee 

439 Millet. Bergere contre un arbre. Pastel 

Lent by Mr. John S. Ames 

440 Millet. La gardeuse d'oies. Pastel 

Lent by Miss Mary S. Ames 

441 Millet. La provende des poules. Crayon 

442 Millet. Les bergeres assises. Crayon 

Lent by Mr. Oliver Ames 



443 Two George Morland prints Lent by Mrs, Garland 

444 Print, Paul Revere's View of Boston, 1768 

Lent by Mrs. Nathaniel Thayer 



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FURNITURE 

445 Lacquer cabinet 

446 English needle-point wing chair, Early XVIII Century 

447 XVII Century English chair 

448 XVII Century English chair 

Lent by Miss Mary Shreve Ames 

449 Pannetiere. From the South, or "Midi," of France. 

Frequently heirlooms in rich peasant families. The 
upper part to contain bread, the lower flour. XVIII 
Century, French walnut 

Lent by Mr. Charles J. White 

450 Norwegian Chest 

451 Small casket, German, XVIII Century 

452 Pair Italian candlesticks, carved and painted angels 

453 Spanish cabinet Lent by Mrs. Charles J. White 

! / f^-4 (■ \ 454 ^^*^ lacquer mirror frame Lent by Mr. Charles H. Tyler 

455 Spanish XVII Century table 

Lent by Mr. A. Piatt Andrew 

456 Small Italian chest 

457 Italian table 

458 Spanish writing cabinet 

Lent by Mrs. J. Montgomery Sears 

459 Italian carved wood mirror frame, XVIII Century 

460 Gothic dresser, Italian Lent by Mr. Henry Davis Sleeper 

461 Four stained-glass window panels, German late Gothic 

Lent by Mrs. James A. Garland 

462 Wainscot chair, English, XVII Century 

Lent by Miss Perkins 

463 Jacobean Bible box Lent by Mrs. Isaac Patch 

464 Old Spanish carved wood frame with mirror 

465 Old Spanish carved wood frame with mirror 

Lent by Mr. Nicholas Martin 

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466 Old Italian cardinal's arm chair, XVI Century 

467 Old Italian carved over-door panel, arms of the Barberini 

family in centre 

Lent by Mr. Nicholas Martin 

468 German carved wood, polychrome Madonna, Early XVI 

Century 

469 Section polychrome frieze, Spanish, XVIII Century 

470 Italian carved wood, polychrome angel, XVI Century 

471 Italian carved wood, polychrome angel, XVI Century 

472 Spanish church door, polychrome, XVII Century 

473 Spanish church door, polychrome, XVII Century 

474 Spanish carved wood, polychrome over-door, XVII Century 

Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Eliot Hubbard 

475 Renaissance door panels from a convent in Italy, — Con- 

vent of Madonna di Cassaluce in Aversa, near Naples 

476 XVII Century carved walnut panel, Saint George 

Lent by Mr. Pacciarella 

477 Old Portuguese chair, leather-covered 

Lent by Mr. John E. Peabody 

480 Old Spanish carved walnut panel. Subject, "The Siege 

of Granada" 

481 Old Spanish carved walnut panel. The same 

482 Old Spanish carved wood corbel 

483 Old Spanish carved wood corbel 

Lent by Mr. Nicholas Martin 

484 Old English bed cover 

485 Pair Louis XV card tables with lacquer 

486 Elizabethan bed with old original hangings 

487 Chaise longue. Renaissance 

488 Louis XV screen 

489 Italian state chair 

490 Elizabethan arm chair 

491 English side chair. Renaissance 

492 English arm chair. Renaissance 

493 Italian scissor chair 

494 Bardini table 

495 Stall chair 

496 Two oak stools 

Lent by Mrs. James A. Garland 

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501 Spanish bedstead, about 1700 

502 Italian table, about 1700 

503 Old English settee, about 1650 

504 Cupboard, Brittany, about 1650 

505 Chest, French Renaissance, about 1650 

506 Chest, Old Portuguese, about 1650 

507 Missal stand, Italian Gothic 

508 Old Spanish chest, about 1680 

509 Old Spanish refectory table, about 1720 

510 Old English linen press, Queen Anne period 

Lent by Messrs. Koopman ^ Co. 

511 Bishop's chair 

512 Carved ebony cabinet. Early XIX Century. Formerly 

belonging to Empress Eugenie Lent by Mr. Crump 



513 Mirror, in carved wood and gilded frame 

Lent by Mrs. George M. Cushing 

514 Jacobean oak bench, 1635 

515 Jacobean oak bench, 1635 

516 Jacobean oak court cupboard, dated 1688 

517 Jacobean bulbous leg table, dating about 1650 

518 Early Tudor linenfold chest, 1485-1509 

519 Jacobean oak dresser, 1650 

Lent by Messrs. Cooper i^ Griffith 

520 Small Flemish chest on legs. Late XVII Century 

Lent by Mr. Wallace Bryant 

521 Hispano-Mauresque cabinet and stand 

Lent by John Chadzvick Company^ New York 

527 Sansovino reliquary Lent by Mrs. Everett Morss 

528 Early English Jacobean oak wardrobe or linen press 

Lent by Mr. Adams 

529 Early Dutch chair, 1690 

530 Spanish iron jewel box, Gothic 

Lent by Miss Elizabeth W . Perkins 

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531 Small Italian iron-bound box, Persian lacquer lining, 

XVII Centur}' Lent by Mr. Charles H. Parker 

532 Italian table Lent by Mrs. Garland 



535 Chest on chest, "Rising Sun" carved on middle drawer 

at top, mahogany 

Lent by Dr. Charles Pickering Putnam. 

536 Highboy, walnut bonnet top 

537 Hepplewhite side chair Lent by Mr. Wallace Bryant 

538 Tip table, acanthus carving in centre, walnut 

Lent by Dr. Charles Pickeri^ig Putnam 

539 Chippendale chest on chest 

540 Chippendale ladder-back arm chair, lacquered 

541 Chippendale ladder-back side chair, lacquered 

Lent by Mrs. J. Montgomery Sears 

542 Lacquered metal tea tray, English, XVIII Century 

Lent by Mr. Henry D. Sleeper 

543 Hepplewhite arm chair, mahogany 

Lent by Mr. B. Wendell, Jr. 

544 Chippendale chair. Belonged to President Willard, H.C. 

Lent by Miss Theodora Willard 

545 Highboy, made by Rev. Theophilus Pickering, brother of 

Colonel Timothy Pickering, at one time Washington's 
secretary Lent by Dr. Charles Pickering Putnam 

546 Chippendale arm chair. Belonged to Governor Hutch- 

inson 

547 Sheraton chair. Beloneed to Governor Hutchinson 

Lent by Mrs. L. B. T aft 

548 Bench, Early Georgian 

549 Chair, Early Georgian 

550 Two girandoles Lent by Mrs. J. Montgomery Sears 

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551 Desk 

552 Double chair, walnut 

553 Sheraton chair 

554 Bureau, block front 



555 Tea table 

556 Chippendale stool 

557 Chippendale arm chair 



558 Hepplewhite side chair 

559 Grandfather chair 

560 Chippendale card table 

561 Chippendale arm chair 

562 Sheraton chair 



Lent by Mr. Dwight M. Prouty 



Lent by Mr. Dudley Pickman 



Lent by Miss Lucy Lowell 
Lent by the Misses Loring 



Lent by Mrs. Jo hi Homans 
Lent by the Misses Hamle7i 



563 Chippendale sofa, mahogany 

563J Two eagle candelabra, from Gov. Wentworth Mansion, 
Portsmouth 

Lent by Mr. J. T. Coolidge, Jr. 



564 Chippendale chair 



Lent by Miss Harriet J. Guild 



565 Gilt mirror, scroll top 



Lent by Mr. Robart 



566 Chippendale arm chair, mahogany 

567 Secretary desk, Chinese ornamentation 

Lent by Mrs. James A. Garlafid 

568 Adam painted chair 

569 Hepplewhite chair Lent by Mrs. Samuel R. Fuller 

570 Martha Washington arm chair, mahogany 

571 Hepplewhite table, mahogany 

Lent by Mr. Mollis French 

572 Hepplewhite chair 

573 Hepplewhite chair 



Lent by Mrs. Lucie 71 Carr 



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574 Chair, San Domingo mahogany 

575 Mahogany tray, pie-crust edge 

576 Martha Washington arm chair 

577 Curate's assistant table, tripod base 

578 Collection of enamel mirror knobs 

579 Table, "pie-crust" ball and claw feet 

580 Knife and spoon box 

581 Hepplewhite arm chair 

582 Hepplewhite arm chair 

583 Chippendale arm chair 

584 Sheraton what-not table Lent by Mr. Dwight Blaney 

585 Sheraton tambour desk with cabinet 

586 Sheraton tambour desk with cabinet 

587 Sheraton arm chair 

588 Sheraton chair with drapery 

589 Sheraton chair with lattice 

590 Sheraton work table with bag 

591 Sheraton sewing table 

592 Sheraton miniature chest drawers 

593 Sheraton table desk, tambour lid 

594 Pair ornamental flower pieces (framed), 1720 

595 Duck foot roundabout chair 

596 Claw and ball foot chair 

597 Ladder-back chair 

598 Claw and ball foot, drop leaf table 

599 Small duck foot, drop leaf table 

600 Claw and ball foot lowboy 

601 Block front desk with scroll top cabinet 

602 Tall Dutch clock, kettledrum base (Thomas Thomasen) 

603 English mantel clock (Joseph Stevens) 

604 Hepplewhite oval work table 

605 Hepplewhite corner washstand 

606 Brass bowl and pitcher for same 

607 Dressing glass 

608 Wine cooler 

609 Wine cooler 

610 Miniature tall clock (R. Tower, Kingstown) 

611 Birch miniature chest drawers 

612 Miniature bureau, walnut 

613 Miniature washstand and cradle 

Lent by Mr. Francis H. Bigelow 

614 Chippendale arm chair Lent by Miss Beck 

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6i5 Fire screen, tapestry in frame 

6i6 Chippendale oval table, Chinese ornamentation 

Lent by Miss Mary S. Ames 

617 Mirror Lent hy Mr. Holker Abbott 



618 Birch chair 

619 Walnut arm chair, Spanish type 

Lent by Mr. Dwight Blaney 

620 Candle stand Lent by Mr. Dzvight M. Prouty 

621 Birch chair 

622 Butterfly table 

623 Child's high chair, beech 

624 Mirror Lent by Mr. Dzvight Blaney 

625 Queen Anne highboy Lent by Mr. Wallace Bryant 

626 Day bed, eight legs and stretchers, maple 

627 Highboy, curly maple 

628 Child's high chair 

629 Wing chair Lent by Mr. Hollis French 

630 Arm chair Lent by the Misses Hamlen 

63 1 Queen Anne arm chair Lent by Miss Elizabeth W. Perkins 

632 Gate table 

633 Dressing table 

634 Arm chair Lent by Mr. Dwight M. Prouty 

635 Colonial pipe tongs, three pairs, — 2 pair iron tongs, i pair 

brass tongs Lent by Mr. Charles B. Barnes, Jr. 

636 Collection of American Pewter 

Lent by Mr, Henry D, Sleeper 



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637 Collection of early American blown glass, china, etc. 

638 Large iron lantern 

(a) Group of American silhouettes 
{b) Pair of color prints 

(c) Tall clock 

(d) Glass clock, English, 1800 

(e) Urn and candlesticks of painted pewter 

Lent by Mr. Henry D. Sleeper 

639 Two large embroidered pictures 

Lent by Mrs. John Heard 



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From the Collection of Mr. Charles H. Tyler 

The following group illustrates the very earliest of furniture used in 
America. In many instances paint is used to supply the effect pro- 
duced in more finished styles by carving and inlay. The chests of 
drawers and other pieces so decorated by painting in many instances 
when originally found had been covered by many coats of solid color. 
On removing these coats the original designs and colors now faithfully 
brought out were found. 

640 Gate-legged table, English oak, early in 1600 

641 Four children's chairs 

{a) English oak, early in 1600 
{b) American, painted, early in 1700 
(c) American, rosewood, early in 1800 
{d) American, mahogany, early in 1800 

642 Two children's beds or dolls' beds 

{a) American, turned, about middle of 1700 
ib) American, mahogany, late In 1700 

643 Three cradles 

{a) English oak, early in 1600 
{b) American, mahogany, early in 1700 
(c) American, mahogany. Inlaid canopy, about middle of 
1700 

644 Turned-legged, drop leaf desk, American, maple, latter part 

of 1600 

645 Veneered mirror, probably English, early in 1700 

646 Chest of drawers, American, latter part of 1600 

647 Chest, American, 1702 

648 Chest of drawers. In two parts, American, latter part of 

1600 

649 Fiddle-back chair, American, walnut, about middle of 1700 

650 Court cupboard, American, painted, latter part of i6oo 

or first part of 1700 

651 Windsor chair, American, about middle of 1700 

652 Painted chest, American, latter part of 1600 or first part 

of 1700 

653 Duck foot chair, American, about middle of 1700 

654 Chest, American, oak, about middle of 1700 

655 Duck foot chair, American, about middle of 1700 

656 Turned chair, American, oak, early in 1700 

657 Court cupboard, American, oak, latter part of 1600 

658 Pair painted frame mirrors, American, latter part of 1600 

659 Three slat-back or banister-back chairs, American, early 

in 1700 

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From the Collection of Mr. Charles H. Tyler 

660 Court cupboard, English, oak, early in 1600 

661 Chest of drawers, English, oak, latter part of 1600 

662 Three wrought-iron candle holders, probably English, early 

in 1600 

663 Slat-back or banister-back arm chair, American, early in 

1700 

664 Painted chest with two American drawers, latter part of 

1600 or first part of 1700 

665 Collection of pewter, English and American 

666 Collection of Bennington and like ware, American 

667 Court cupboard, English, oak, middle of 1600 

668 Court cupboard, American, middle of 1600 

669 Chest, American, oak, 1699 

670 Six-legged highboy, American, veneered, early in 1700 

671 Two triangle chairs, English, early in 1600 

672 Turned chair, American, oak, early in 1600 

673 Double chair, or courting seat, American, late in 1600 

674 Drop leaf table, American, late in 1600 

675 Secretary, American, late in 1700 

676 Secretary, probably English, early in 1700 

677 Cupboard, Dutch, 1680 

678 Chest, American, oak, early in 1600 

679 Cupboard, Dutch, painted, early In 1600 

680 Two cupboards, Dutch, oak, painted late in 1700 

681 Painted chest with two drawers, American, latter part of 

1600 or first part of 1700 
{a) Three hanging clocks 



Q?) Early American wall clock Lent by Mrs. S. J. Mixter 



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SAMPLERS 



682 Sampler 

683 Sampler 

684 Sampler 

685 Sampler 

686 Sampler 

687 Sampler 

688 Sampler 

689 Sampler 

690 Sampler 

691 Sampler 

692 Sampler 

693 Sampler 

694 Sampler 



Hannah C. March," 1808 
Mary Adams," 1816 
Betsy Adams," 1796 
Pamela Haven," 18 12 
Betsy Butteriield," 1804 
'Cynthia Adams," 1798 
Mary Leach" 
Fanny Butterfield," 1800 
Mary L. Bicknell," 1827 
Sally W. Baker," 1812 
Mary A. Dungan," 1821 
Salina Douglass Wilton," 1823 
Catherine March," 1806 

Lent by Mr. James L. 



Little 



695 Sampler, "Rachel Marter," 18 10 

Lent by Mr. Francis H. Bigelozv 

696 Sampler 

697 Sampler Lent by Mrs. George Gushing 

698 Pair early American blown-glass bottles 

Lent by Mr. Henry D. Sleeper 

699 Sampler, "Jane Messenger," 1844 

700 Sampler, "Mary Blott," 1786 

701 Sampler, 1794 

702 Sampler, "Mary Ann Cram," 1802 

703 Sampler, "Julia O'Brien," 1812 
604 Sampler, "Harriet Cornish," 1825 

705 Sampler, "Lydia Robertson," 1780 

706 Sampler, "Eliza Stewart," 1843 

707 Sampler, "Susana Booth," 1798 

708 Sampler, "Harriot Kemp," 181 1 

Lent by Mr. A. Piatt Andrew 

yog Two samplers, dated 1721 to 1724 

Lent by Mrs. Gharles J. White 



710 Sampler 



Lent by Mrs. J. Deforest Daniels on 

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711 American sampler, dated 1800 

Lent by Mrs. Charles J. IV kite 

7" ^^™P'^^ Lentby Mr. Henry D. Sleeper 

713 Sampler Lent by Mrs. Charles J. White 

714 Sampler Lent by Miss J. M. Wise 
7'5 ^^""P'" Lent by Mr. Henry D. Sleeper 

716 Sampler Lent by Mrs. William Lawrie 

717 Sampler 

718 Sampler Lent by Miss E. B. Putnam 



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BROCADES AND EMBROIDERIES 

719 Old gold applique on red velvet, Spanish 

720 Old gold applique on red velvet, Spanish 

721 Old gold applique on red velvet, Spanish 

722 Old gold applique on red velvet, Spanish 

723 Old gold applique on red velvet, Spanish 

724 Old gold applique on red velvet, Spanish 

725 Old gold applique on red velvet, Spanish 

726 Old gold applique on red velvet, Spanish 

727 Old gold applique on red velvet, Spanish 

Lent by Mr. Nicholas Martin 

728 Embroideries 

{a) Band and section of panel of an orphrey, Spanish, 
early XVI Century. Embroidered in gold thread 
and colored silks 

{b) Orphrey, Portuguese, Early XVI Century, transitional 
period between the Gothic and Renaissance 

{c) Panel of velvet, French, XVI Century, end of the reign 
of Francis I. 

{d) Corporal cloth, French, Middle XVI Century. Eccle- 
siastical emblems enclosed in panels embroidered on 
linen 

{e) Guipure lace, point de Raguse. Section of panel, 
French period of the Regency 

(/) Rose-colored silk, on which is embroidered in point de 
Chainette and paillettes a foliated design 

Lent by Mr. Samuel B. Dean 

729 Old Spanish applique border 

730 Old Spanish applique border 

731 Old Spanish applique border 

732 Old Spanish applique border 

733 Old Spanish applique border 

734 Old Spanish applique border 

735 Old Spanish applique border 

736 Old Spanish applique border 

737 Old Spanish applique border 

738 Old Spanish applique border 

739 Old Spanish applique border 

740 Two Spanish damask curtains, XVIII Century 

Lent by Mr. Nicholas Martin 

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741 Map of British Isles, needlework on satin. Done by 

Betsy Scott, step-daughter of Governor Hancock 

Lent hy Mrs. Charles H. Wood 

742 Pair blue and white hangings 

743 Pair blue and white hangings, 1833 

Lent by Miss Charlotte E. Maxwell 

744 Italian XVI Century brocade. Six pieces Italian, French, 

and Spanish brocade. 

Lent by Mr. J. T. Coolidge, Jr. 

745 Old Spanish applique valance 

746 Old Spanish wall panel 

747 Old Spanish wall panel 

748 Old Spanish wall panel 

749 Old Spanish wall panel 

750 Old Spanish wall panel 

751 Old Spanish wall panel 

752 Old Spanish wall panel 

753 Old Spanish wall panel 

754 Old Spanish wall panel 

755 Old Spanish wall panel Lent by Mr. Nicholas Martin 

756 Church vestment, dalmatic 

757 Church vestment, cope Lent by Mrs. Charles J. White 

758 Persian embroidery Lent by Mr. Denman W. Ross 

759 Two XVIII Century damask curtains, Spanish 

Lent by Mr. Nicholas Martin 

760 Old Cashmere shawl, yellow ground 

761 Old Cashmere shawl 

762 Border of old Cashmere shawl 

763 Border of old Cashmere shawl, yellow ground 

764 Indian brocade border Lent hy Mrs. George R. Fearing 

765 Chinese embroideries 

(c) Chinese coat, blue and black embroidery 
{d) Chinese coat, blue and black embroidery 

Lent by Miss Louise Nathurst 

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766 Church vestment, cope Lent by Mrs. Charles J. White 

767 Three lengths Spanish applique gold on black velvet 

Lent by Mr. Nicholas Martin 

772 Italian curtain, red, white ground, XVIII Century 

773 Italian curtain, red, white ground, XVIII Century 

774 Italian curtain, red, old gold ground, XVIII Century 

775 Italian curtain, red, old gold ground, XVIII Century 

776 Italian curtain, red, yellow applique design, XVII Century 

777 Italian curtain, red, gold embroidery design, XVII Century 

778 Italian curtain, red, gold embroidery design, XVII Century 

779 Curtain, blue, embroidered eagles, XVII Century 

780 Curtain, blue, embroidered pelican, XVII Century 

781 Lambrequin, red velvet, XVI-XVII Century 

782 Lambrequin, red velvet, XVI-XVII Century 

783 Curtain, old gold, no design, XVII-XVIII Century 

784 Lambrequin, flowers, white ground, red velvet border and 

gold applique, XVIII Century 
786 Spanish horse trapping, red and yellow applique em- 
broidery Lent by Mrs. James A. Garland 

788 Italian curtain, red, gold embroidery, XVII Century 

789 Italian yellow velvet, XVIII Century 

790 French brocade, blue and white, Chinese influence, XVIII 

Century 

791 French brocade, blue and white, XVIII Century 

792 Portuguese buff cover, XVIII Century 

793 White embroidered curtain 

794 Spanish blue velvet, gold applique, XVIII Century 

795 Italian cherry velvet brocade, XVI-XVII Century 

796 Italian cherry velvet brocade, XVI-XVII Century 

797 Italian cherry velvet brocade, XVI-XVII Century 

798 Spanish blue silk, gold embroidery, coat of arms, XVII- 

XVIII Century 

799 Old Japanese brocade 

800 Red velvet curtain 

801 Red velvet curtain 

802 Chalice veil and stole of priest's robe, French or Italian, 

XVIII Century 

803 Italian or Turkish cover, green, red, yellow 

Lent by Mrs. James A. Garland 

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804 Genoese velvet curtain, band at bottom, gold and silver 

applique 

805 Genoese velvet curtain, band at bottom, gold and silver 

applique 

806 Genoese velvet curtain, band at bottom, gold and silver 

applique 

807 Genoese velvet curtain, band at bottom, gold and silver 

applique 

808 Curtain to match 

809 Curtain to match 

810 Curtain to match 

811 Bright red cover 

813 Yellow velvet hanging 

814 Red curtain 

815 Two valances 

816 Velvet priest's stole 

819 Uncut Venetian velvet valances 

820 Red velvet square 

821 Peacock blue square Lent by Mrs. James A. Garland 



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JEWELRY 

822 Ring No. I, ancient scarab, probably Etruscan, showing 

marks of having been through fire 

823 Ring No. II, ancient talismanic ring, once belonging to 

an Arab sheik 

824 Ring No. Ill, once belonging to Elder James Penn, Colo- 

nial patriot, probably brought by him from England 
in 1630 Lent by Miss Susanna Willard 

825 Spanish or Portuguese topaz necklace, XVIII Century 

826 Normandy cross 

827 Hungarian clasp 

828 English brooch (padlock), about 1820 

829 English brooch, heart-shaped, XVIII Century 

830 Small ornament, Gothic design, XVIII Century 

831 Bohemian necklace 

832 Two silver bracelets, Arabian 

833 Early XVIII Century pearl and ruby pendant, Italian, 

worn by rich Lombard peasants, and handed down as 
heirlooms 

834 Turquoise clasp, worn by Hungarian noblemen on great 

occasions 

835 Pyx, Louis XV Lent by Mrs. Charles J. White 

836 Spanish order of Santo Spirito, paste (XVII Century), 

set in silver, pelican at the base of the cross 

837 Spanish ornament, green crystals, XVII Century 

838 Spanish silver and paste necklace, XVII Century 

839 Hungarian enamel ornament (baroque), gold peacocks and 

pearl grapes 

840 Old Brittany cross crystals, XVII Century 

841 French ornament, Louis XV 

842 Russian blue enamel and silver cross, Byzantine 

843 Two Russian silver (Saint Andrew) crosses 

844 Two Russian silver crosses, green enamel 

845 Two Russian Icons, Madonna and Saint Nicholas, triptych 

846 Old Venetian Byzantine cross 

847 Sicilian peasant ear rings 

848 French cross, pink crystals, in leather case 

849 Swiss peasant ornament, silver 

850 Silver cross, German, with names of saints engraved 

851 Three Spanish peasant buttons, XVII Century 

852 Gothic dagger, Spanish Lent by Miss Elizabeth W, Perkins 

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853 French pendant, XVIII Century, silver and paste, "Saint 

Esprit" 

854 Italian giardinero ring 

855 Italian giardinero ring 

856 Italian giardinero ring 

857 Italian belt buckle, red and blue stones 

858 Breast pin 

859 Egyptian bracelet, brass points 

Lejit by Mrs. John Forbes Perkins 

860 Enamel box, French, XVIII Century 

861 Watch, French, XVIII Century, made by Le Roy, of Paris 

Lent by Mr. Henry D. Sleeper 

862 Spanish ornament, gold cross with amethysts 

Le7it by Mrs. Robert Shaw Russell 

863 Sicilian carved gold beads, about 1780 

864 Sicilian ear ring, about 1800 

865 Venetian mounted rose diamond pins 

Lent by Mrs. Everett Morss 

866 Miniature of Charles Gilbert Stuart, by Miss Sarah Good- 

rich, set in bracelet made of the hair of Mr. and Mrs. 
Gilbert Stuart Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Quincy 

867 Portuguese order 

868 Intaglio brooch, antique 

869 Cameo bracelet, latter half of XVIII Century 

870 Old marquise ring 

Le7it by Mrs. Thornton K. Lothrop 

871 Antique Magyar jewel of emeralds and pearls 

Lent by Miss C. E. Sears 

872 Silver pin, German, with stones 

Le7it by Miss Mary Lee Ware 

873 Ring, Antique Greek intaglio, with profile of Hercules and 

Omphale, 2,000 to 2,500 years old (Dazzi Collection 
of Leghorn) 

874 Ring, red scarab, III Century B.C., Cumas, Italy 

Lent by Miss Ellen F. Moseley 

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875 Ring with seal of banded sard, figure of Flora 

876 Ring, period Louis XIV, miniature covered with a topaz 

877 Ring, Italian, having mirror and drawer in the top 

878 Ring, two serpents entwined, XVII Century, found in 

Capri 

879 Ring, Old Persian, silver (gilded), three uncut emeralds 

880 Ring, enamelled, "Memento Mori," found in 1897 at foot 

of Canal Street, Boston, some 14 feet below surface 
and 4 feet below tide level. The locality was once a 
part of the harbor 

881 Ring of heavy gold, signs of the Zodiac, African 

882 Fisherman's ring, Scandinavian, silver, XVIII Centur>^ 

883 Fisherman's ring similar to the above. 

From the Wales Collection 

885 Bezel of antique Montenegrin peasant's ring, four hundred 

years old. Bought in Cettinge in 1906 

886 Italian ring in form of a crucifix 

887 Hollow gold ring for holding perfume 

888 Box of pure silver, XVI Century, fihgree work originally 

filled in with colored enamel, Persian 

889 Antique silver Chinese box, carved on all sides 

890 Gold bracelet, foliage, one carbuncle, 1850 

891 Necklace and cross of gem garnets, period Louis XVL 

Bought in Normandy in 1884 

892 Ecclesiastical pendant, enamelled on gold and set with 

sapphires and rubies. Similar to those in the Spitzer 
Collection Lent by Miss Ellen F. Moseley 

893 Gold locket, with head of Washington in medallion. In- 

scription, "He in glory, the world in tears" 

Lent by Mr. Francis H. Bigelow 

894 Old Spanish comb Lent by Mrs. William Caleb Loring 

895 Necklace and bracelet, garnets and pearls, latter part of 

XVIII Century 

Lent by Mr. William McM. Woodworth 

896 Gold bracelet Lent by Mrs. Winthrop Sargent 

897 Pair paste buckles, 1760 

898 Old Italian pendant Lent by Miss Georgiana G. Eaton 

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899 Locket containing hair of John and Abigail Adams, painted 

just before his departure for Europe as minister to 
France, given by his wife Abigail to her cousin 
Hannah Quincy. Painting done with the hair itself 
ground fine, which is a lost art. Motto on shield, "I 
yield, whatever is, is right" 

900 Aquamarine brooch, Early XIX Century 

Lent by Miss Georgiana G. Eaton 

901 Seven gold beads with cornelian balls and rubies inserted, 

Ceylon 

902 Ruby and pearl pendant from Ceylon 

903 Gold wedding collar 

904 Gold wedding collar 

905 Silver gilt, Indian, from Ceylon 

906 Singalese gold necklace 

907 Necklace, gold, coral, and beads, Ceylon 

908 A string of Malay gold beads from Singapore 

909 A string of Malay openwork gold beads from Singapore 

910 A string of coral and gold beads from Ceylon 

911 Long string of silver gilt beads from Kandy 

912 Black beads and gold centrepiece 

913 Black beads and gold centrepiece 

914 Pair of ruby ear rings with pearls 

915 Pair of ruby ear rings with pearls 

916 Singalese ring worn by kings 

917 Ruby brooch in shape of a bird 

918 Three silver gilt buckles from Java 

919 Gold necklace set with rubies 

920 Gold and ruby bracelet 

921 Coptic pendant, old glass from Cairo 

Lent by Miss Louise M. Nathurst 

922 Mourning pin, representing on shell cameo head of Harri- 

son Gray Otis, born 1765, died 1848 

923 Mourning brooch containing hair of Elizabeth Lewis Otis, 

sister of Harrison G. Otis, born 1767 

Lent by Mrs. A. A, H. Meredith 

924 Old Venetian pearl pendant Lent by Mrs. Samuel Cabot 

925 Pair Russian pearl ear rings 

926 German pendant 

927 German cross Lent by Mrs. W. R. Dyer 

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928 Crystal and enamel ornament, a Shakespeare memorial. 

Formerly property of Jack Bannister, an English actor 

Lent by Mr. Crump 

929 Gold and pearl pendant Lent by Miss E. R. Tyson 

930 French chatelaine watch, XVIII Century 

931 Sicilian pendant of the XVI Century 

Le7it by Miss S. P. B. Robins 



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EUROPEAN PORCELAIN 

This exhibit is intended to show, as far as space permits, varied charac- 
teristic products of the more famous European porcelain manufactures during 
their best period, — from fifty to eighty years previous to the beginning of the 
XIX Century, when some of them ceased to exist and others produced wares 
inferior in quality and interest. Specimens of many of the types, such as 
the colored raised, or figure, work of Capo di Monte and the so-called rose 
du Barry of Sevres, are at present practically unobtainable. 

932 Old Berlin 

(a) Soup tureen and platter 

(b) Saucer, black decoration on cream. Very rare 

(c) Small plate, landscape 

(d) Pair Berlin figures 

Lent by Dr. James C. White 

933 Old Chelsea plate with peacock border 

Lent by Mrs. John Homans 

934 Lowestoft ware, blue and white flower decoration 

935 Small bow cream pitcher, blue and white 

936 Bristol cream pitcher, flower decoration 

937 Framed Wedgwood medallions 

Lent by Mr. Dudley L. Pickman 

938 Whieldon plate 

939 Whieldon pickle leaf 

940 Pair Worcester sauceboats 

941 Rockingham tray 

942 Tournay plate 

943 Bristol mug 

944 Plate Lent by Mr. Francis H. Bigelozc 

945 VIncennes sugar bowl and cover 

946 Sevres plate, "bleu de roi," with bird medallions, dated 1754 

947 Sevres plate, emerald green, with medallions of birds 

Lent by Mr. Dudley L. Pickman 

948 Sevres pieces, "bleu de roi" 

{a) Tea pot, handle and cover 

{b) Sugar bowl, with cover 

(c) Cream pot Lent by Mr. Thomas Allen 

949 Sevres cup and saucer, turquoise blue, gilt and flower 

medallions, 1755 

Lent by Mr. Dudley L. Pickman 

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950 Sevres dish with cover, canary yellow 

951 Sevres tea service, ceil de perdrix 

(a) Tea pot with cover 

(b) Sugar bowl with cover 

(c) Tea cup with saucer 

(d) Cream pot with cover Lent by Mr. Thomas Allen 

952 Sevres covered cup, apple green and flower medallions 

953 Small coffee pot, French soft paste, dark blue with 

general Sevres decoration 

954 Chantilly tea pot, Chinese decoration 

955 Mennecy coffee pot and cover, birds decoration, soft 

paste 

956 Tournay plate, soft paste, "gros bleu," gilt and flowers, 

gold mark 

957 Old tea pot, hunting scene, black and gilt 

958 Meissen tea pot, ver}^ early Chinese period. Marryat 

Collection 

959 Meissen bow^l and cover, mark wand of iEsculapius. 

Rare 

960 Tankard, Chinese period. Salm-Salm Collection 

961 Meissen sugar bowl and cover 

Lent by Mr. Dudley L. Pickman 

962 Large plate, Meissen 

963 Platter, Meissen 

964 Dish, Marcolini period, Meissen 

965 Plate, Watteau period, Meissen 

966 Cup and saucer, green and gold, Meissen, used only in 

summer palace of the King of Saxony 

967 Pair of figures, "Night and Morning," Meissen 

Lent by Dr. James C. White 

968 Meissen coffee pot 

969 Meissen cup and saucer 

970 Meissen cup and saucer 

971 Meissen covered dish and platter 

972 Meissen cream pot 

973 Meissen tea pot 

974 Meissen cup and saucer, Marcolini period, 1774-18 14 

Lent by Mr. Dudley L. Pickman 

975 Meissen Group {a) 
Meissen Figure {b) 
Meissen Sugar sifter (c) 

Aieissen Round box {d) Lent by Mr. J. A. Lozvell Blake 

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97^ Meissen china, Marcolini period, 1796 

(a) Chocolate pot with cover 

(b) Tea pot with cover 

(c) Tea caddy with cover 

(d) Bowl 

977 Old Berlin vegetable dish with cover, decoration of 

flowers 

978 Old Berlin vegetable dish with cover, decoration of 

flowers Lent by Mr. Thomas Allen 

979 Berlin plate, reticulate pink border flowers 

Lent by Mr. Dudley L. Pickman 

980 Royal Berlin church Lent by Mr. Henry D. Sleeper 

982 Two salt cellars, Louis XVI 

Lent by Mr. J. Templeman Coolidge, Jr. 

983 Nymphenburg pieces, semi-classical decoration 

Lent by Mr. Dudley L. Pickman 

984 Fiirstenberg 

(a) Coffee pot, landscape 

(b) Pair of vases, figure decoration 

Lent by Dr. James C. White 

985 Plate, border and central figure in black and gold 

Lent by Miss Susanna Willard 

986 Hochhst (Mayence) night lamp 

987 Ludwigsburg coffee pot, raised flowers and single color 

landscape Lent by Mr. Dudley L. Pickman 

988 Old Vienna 

{a) Small ewer 
{b) Cup and saucer 

(c) Cup and saucer 

{d) Pair vases with figures, time of Maria Theresa 
{e) Pair figures Lent by Dr. James C. White 

989 Vienna cup and saucer, blue and gray medallion 

990 Vienna cup and saucer, landscapes 

Lent by Mr. Dudley L. Pickman 

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991 Capo di Monte vase, early period 

992 Capo di Monte plate, landscape 

Lent by Mr. Dudley L. Pickman 

993 Capo di Monte plate, XVIII Century 

Lent by Mr. Herbert W . C. Browne 

994 Venice cup and saucer, figure decoration 

995 Plate, blue border with figure medallion 

996 Zurich tea pot and sugar bowl 

997 Nyon cup and cover, flower decoration 

Lent by Mr. Dudley L. Pickman 

998 Copenhagen flower holder, mate in Rosenberg Palace 

Lent by Dr. James C. White 

999 Old Russian china bowl 

Lent by Mrs. John Chipman Gray 

1000 Crown Derby covered bowl and platter, blue and gold 
looi Worcester plate, blue and white, with flowers, Chinese 
mark 

1002 Worcester cup and saucer, apple green and flowers, imi- 

tation of Meissen mark 

1003 Chelsea cup and saucer, landscapes in green 

Lent by Mr. Dudley L. Pickman 

1004 Chelsea figures (four) Lent by Mr. Henry D. Sleeper 

1005 Crown Derby 

{a) Tea pot, gold and blue 

(b) Cup and saucer, gold and blue 

Lent by Dr. James C. White 

1006 Old Crown Derby plate Lent by Mrs. Gardiner M. Lane 

1007 Crown Derby cup and saucer, landscape medallions on 

pink ground Lent by Mr. Dudley L. Pickman 



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MISCELLANEOUS 

1008 Italian faience 

(a) Pair jars, blue scroll decoration 

(b) Pair jars, dark blue and orange 
(r) Jar 

id) Jar 
(e) Jar 

(/) Jar 

(g) Jar Lent by Mr. W^n. McM. Woodworth 

1013 Set of reddish brown and gold Lowestoft 

{a) Gravy boat with cover and platter 

(b) Sauceboat 

(c) Salt cellar 
{d) Ladle 

{e) Platter 

(/") Salad bowl Le7it by Miss Susanfia Willard 

1014 Two Italian faience plaques, Urbine 

1015 Two apothecary jars with spouts and handles, Early 

Italian faience 

1016 Plaque, Early Italian, with annals and flowers 

1017 Spanish (Talavera ware) apothecary jar 

1018 Two tiles, "Hispano-Mauresque" 

1019 Early Italian faience soup tureen 

1020 Crust holder (from Toledo), Old Spanish 

Lent by Miss E. W . Perkins 

1023 "Fitzhugh" cup and saucer 

Lent by Miss Stisa^ina Willard 

1024 German beer mug 

Lent by Mr. J. Templeman Coolidge, Jr. 



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ORIENTAL PORCELAIN AND POTTERY 



1032 Chinese porcelains 

(a) Imperial peach bottle, Yung Cheng period, 1723-1735 

(b) Blue and white temple jar, Kang-hsi period, 1662- 

1722 

(c) Beaker, Kang-hsi period, 1662-1722 

(d) Vase, Kang-hsi period, 1662-1722 

(e) Hawthorn ginger jar, Kang-hsi period, 1662-1762 
(/") Ginger jar, famille rose, Yung Cheng period, 1723- 

^735 
{g) Vase, mirror black, Chien Lung period, 1 736-1795 
(h) Vase, invested with a rouge coral glaze, Chien Lung 

period, 1736-1795 
(i) Cream white vase, Ch'eng-Hua period, 1465-1487 
(/) Koro, glaze of camelia green, Yung Cheng period, 

1723-1735 
(k) Imperial yellow bowl, Ming period, 1 368-1643 
(/) Octagonal bottle-shape vase, Yung Cheng period, 

1723-1735 
Lent by Miss Mary Crease Sears and Miss Agnes St. John 



1033 Collection of Old Chinese jades and crystals 

Lent by Mrs. Ernest B. Dane 



1034 Cochin jar, Chinese 



Lent by Mr. Denman W. Ross 



1035 Chinese porcelains 



(a 

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(c 

(d) 

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Dark blue vase, Kang-hsi period 

Celadon vase, 1400 

Celadon vase, 1400 

Celadon vase, Yung Cheng period 

Celadon vase, date 1680 

Sang-de-boeuf vase 

Gourd-shaped vase, Flambe, 1750 

Incense burner, Ching Tai period, 1550 

Mirror black Chinese vase, Ming period, 1 368-1643 

Cochin vase, date 1250 

Cochin vase, date 1300 

Ginger jar, Kang-hsi period, 1680 

Lent by Mr. Thomas Allen 

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I035 Chinese porcelains (continued) 

(m) Blue and white bottle-shaped vase 
(n) Chinese vase, Chien Lung period 

Lent by Mr. Thomas Allen 



1039 Chinese porcelains 

{a) Hawthorn ginger jar 

(b) Sang-de-boeuf vase 

{c) Coral red vase 

{d) Hawthorn temple jar, Kang-hsi period 1662 

{e) Blue and white jar, soft paste 

(/) Cochin jar 

ig) Cochin jar Lent by Mr. Edward R. Warren 



1040 Chinese jar, Ming period 

1041 Jar, Ming period, Cheng-te 

1042 Crackled green vase, Ming period 

1043 Mirror black vase, Kang-hsi period 

1044 Porcelain "birthday" plate of Kang-hsi period 

1045 Wan-li jar. Feast of the Mulberry 

1046 Wan-li jar. Feast of the Mulberry 

1047 Blue and white Kang-hsi vase 

1048 Blue and white Kang-hsi vase or cylindrical box 

1049 Clair-de-lune vase, Yung Cheng period 

1050 Blue and white vase, Ming period 

105 1 Square temple vase of splashed blue, Kang-hsi period 

1052 White bottle incised under glaze, Ting-yao 

1053 Wan-li vase, or so-called "Arrow Stand" 

1054 Jar with porcelain cover 

1055 J^r with porcelain cover 

1056 Vase, Yung Cheng period 

1057 Blue and white crackled vase 

1058 Bowl, Sung period 

1059 Bowl, Sung period Lent by Mr. Emile F. Williams 



1060 Sang-de-boeuf vase 

1061 Korean gourd-shaped vase 

Lent by Mr, Thomas R, Wheelock 

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io62 Cup, blanc de Chine 

1063 Cup, blanc de Chine 

1064 Small blue and white bottle 

1065 White vase Lent by Mr. Thomas R. Wheelock 

1066 Five-color vase, Kang-hsi period 1662 

1067 Egg-shape vase, Yung Cheng period, 1723 

1068 Famille rose, Yung Cheng period, 1723 

1069 Oviform vase, famille verte, Yung Cheng period, 1723 

1070 Bottle-shape vase, Yuan dynasty, 1280-1367 

1071 Pilgrim-shape vase, Yuan dynasty, 1 280-1 367 

1072 Collection of Chinese snuff bottles (miniature vases), of 

porcelain, jade, agate, crystal, and cinnabar lacquer 

Lent hy Yamanaka ^ Co. 

1073 Blue and white ginger jar 

1074 Klue jar with cover. Cochin 

1075 Turquoise blue beaker, Chinese 

1076 Dark blue vase, Ming period 

1077 Imperial yellow bowl with blue decoration 

Lent hy Mr. Frank Gair Macomber 



1078 Balustre coral red vase, Chien Lung period 

1079 Arrow stand, Kang-hsi period 

1080 Blue and white gallipot, Wan-li period 

108 1 Balustre-shaped vase 

1082 Purple jar, Ming period 

1083 Cucumber green vase 

1084 Wan-li jar 

1085 Black Hawthorn box, Ming period 

1086 Sage green gallipot, Chia Ching period 

1087 Olive green gallipot, Chien Lung period 

1088 Peach-blow bowl, Ming period 

1089 Chien Lung yellow jar Lent by Mrs. J. A. Garland 

1090 Turquoise blue vase, Kang-hsi period, 1661-1722 

109 1 Sang-de-boeuf vase Lent by Miss Mary S. Ames 

1092 Apple green vase (crackle) 

1093 Hawthorn ginger jar Lent by Mr. John S. Ames 

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094 Beaker, Ming period, Wan-li 

095 Jar, Boccaro or Yi-Shing ware, Ming period 

096 Tea green vase, Yung Cheng period 

097 Imperial purple vase, Ming period 

098 Ting ware vase. Sung period 

099 Korean vase, glaze destroyed through burying 

100 Korean vase, Ming period, Tien-chi 
loi Iron-rust jar, Ming period 

102 Chinese vase, Yung Cheng period 

103 Chinese plate, Kang-hsi period 

104 Korean vase Lent hy Mr. John P. Lyman 

105 Imperial yellow bowl 

106 Mirror black bottle 

107 Mirror black bottle Lent by Mrs. J. Montgomery Sears 

108 Chinese jar, Chinese, Kang-hsi period, 1662 

109 Chinese jar, Chinese, Kang-hsi period, 1662 
no Chinese vase, green glaze, Ming period 

111 Chinese bowl 

112 Chinese bowl Lent by Mr. Desmond FitzGerald 

113 Soft paste vase, Chinese, 1662 

114 Lang- Yao jar, Chinese, 1662 

115 Chinese jar, 1750 

116 Ginger jar, Yung Cheng period, 1723, Chinese 

117 Ginger jar, 1723 Lent by Mr. Harry V. Long 

118 Sang-de-boeuf vase, Kang-hsi period, Chinese 

119 Turquoise blue vase, Chinese 

Lent by Mr. Charles T. Carruth 



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ORIENTAL 

1 1 20 Three cranes as vase 

1 1 21 Incense burner 

1122 Ming vase 

1 1 23 Two tigers 

1 1 24 Two large cloisonne vases, Japanese 

1 1 25 Two Kobi vases Lent by Mrs. James A. Garland 

{a) Two large cloisonne vases, Japanese 

{b) Two Kobi vases Lent by Mr. Edward R. Andrews 



PERSIAN POTTERY 

1 1 26 Rhages tile 

1 1 27 Persian vase 

1 1 28 Persian lamp 

1 129 Persian lamp 

1 130 Persian vase 

1 13 1 Rakka vase 

1 132 Star tile Lent by Mr. Frank Gair Macomber 

1 133 Sultanabad bowl, XIII Century 

1 134 Sultanabad bowl, XIII Century 

1 135 Sultanabad bowl, XIII Century 

1 136 Persian vase 

1 137 Persian bowl 

1 138 Koubatcha bowl, XV Century 

1 139 Koubatcha bowl, XV Century 

1 140 Rhages bowl, XIII Century 

1 141 Three Koubatcha plates, XV Century 
1141^ Tile, XIII Century 

Lent by Mrs. J. Montgomery Sears 

1 142 Dark green lustre jar with bronze cover 

Lent by Mr. Frank Gair Macomber 

1 143 Persian tile, XIII Century Lent by Mr. Denman W. Ross 



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GLASS 

1 144 Benetier, old Murano (Italian) 

Lent by Mrs. Everett Morss 

1 145 Pair Venetian glass candelabra, 1780 

Lent by Mr. Walter Kimball 

1 146 Six glass goblets, painted 

1 147 Two wine glasses, painted 

1 148 One tall wine beaker, painted 

1 149 Four stained-glass windows, German, late Gothic 

1 150 Four stained-glass windows, German, late Gothic 

1 15 1 Two panels Lent by Mrs. James A. Garland 

1 152 Venetian wine flagon, XVII Century 

1 153 German glass chalice, XVII Century 

Lent by Mr. Henry D. Sleeper 

1 154 Dutch engraved glass 

1 155 Flip mug with cover 

1 156 Pair liquor bottles 

1 157 Liquor bottle 

1 158 Liquor bottle 

1 159 Pair small bottles, gilt Lent by Mr, Francis H, Bigelow 

1 160 Pair flip tumblers 

1 161 Pair large flip tumblers 

1 162 Dutch cut-glass bowl and cover 

1 163 Bristol pair white vases 

1 164 Pair blue vases 

1 165 Bohemian bowl, cover and tray 

1 166 Tall jar and cover 

1 167 Cut inkstand 

1 168 American pitcher, engraved 

1 169 French cut punch bowl, cover and tray 

1 170 American pitcher 

1 171 Pitcher 

1 172 American pitcher, ribbed 

1 173 American custard cup and cover 

1 174 American pair decanters, engraved 

1 175 American dish on stand, engraved 

Lent by Mr. Francis H. Bigelow 

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76 American dish on stand, cut 

77 American pair pressed glass bottles 

78 American flask, Washington and Lafayette 

79 Large green bottle 

80 Large brown bottle Lent by Mr. Francis H. Bigelow 

81 Old Spanish glass vase, XVI Century 

82 Spanish glass, made near Granada, XVI Century 

83 Drinking glass, Moorish glass 

84 Murano liqueur bottle 

85 Murano liqueur bottle 

86 Liqueur bottle 

87 Liqueur bottle 

88 Phoenician tear bottle 

89 Venetian glass pitcher 

90 Old Spanish glass basket 

91 Early Murano jar 

92 Old Murano scent bottle 

93 Curious old Venetian coupe 

94 Drinking glass, Moorish glass 

95 Old Murano scent bottle Lent by Miss E. W. Perkins 

Venetian fruit platter 

Venetian fruit dish 

Two salt cellars Louis XVI 
1009 Venetian measure, coat of arms of Doge C. Cicogna 
loio Venetian measure, coat of arms of Doge S. Michele 
loii Venetian fruit platter 
1012 Venetian fruit dish 

Lent by Mr. J. Templeman Coolidge, Jr. 



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BOOKS AND BINDINGS 

1 196 Five books Lent by Mr. John Woodbury 

(a) Early printing, Wynkyn de Worde, successor of Cax- 

ton, London, 1526 

(b) Early printing, Tasso's "Aminta," printed by Bodoni 
(<:) Embossed pigskin binding, with clasps, 1549 

(d) Italian binding, with painted edges, Vatican press, 

1742 

(e) Book of Hours, Paris, 1502, gauffered edges 

1 197 Books Lent by Air. William G. Shillaber 

(a) Leaf from "Canterbury Tales," printed by Caxton, 

1476, first edition 

(b) Eusebius Pamphili de Evangelica, printed by Nicholas 

Jensen, first book printed at Venice, 1470 

(c) Block print on vellum, 1470 

(d) Commentaries, Nicholas de Lyna's, 1469 

(e) Latin Bible, printed by Koberger, Nuremberg, 1478 
(/) English stamped binding, from the library of Henn.' 

VIII, Tudor rose, portcullis, crown, griffin and 
greyhound, the King's emblems on cover 

(g) Manuscript, "Book of Hours," Flemish, 1530 

(h) English binding, by Roger Payne 

(/) Manuscript, on vellum 

1 198 (a) Manuscript, XV Century Lent by Mrs. H. A. Lamb 
(b) Persian, with old Persian cover 

1 199 Cordovan leather 

1200 Books and old bindings Lent by Mr. He?iry S. Howe 

(a) French, King Louis Philippe's copy 

(b) French, bound by Padeloup, XVIII Century 

(c) French, from the library of Napoleon 

(d) French, arms of Philippe d'Orleans, "Egalite," 2 vols. 

(e) Madame de Pompadour's copy 

(J) French, from the library of Louis XIV 
(g) French, arms of the Duchesse d'Angouleme 
(h) English, bound by Roger Payne 
(r) Alchabitius, black letter, 1482 

(j) Tasso, from the library of W. M. Thackeray, with 
his library stamp 

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1200 Books and old bindings Lent by Mr. Henry S. Howe 
(k) Mr. Perkins's Ball, by Thackeray, first edition 

(/) A Christmas Carol, by Dickens, first edition 
(m) Heures Manuscrites, 1362 

1 201 Books, leather Lent by Mr. Frank Gair Macomber 

(a) Illuminated pages on vellum 

(b) Persian miniature 

(c) Collection of Hindu Persian miniatures, made by the 

Persian poets, at the Court of Shah Jehan. 

1202 Nineteen bound volumes. Old bindings of XVI, XVII, 

and XVIII Centuries 

Lent by Mr. JVilliam K. Richardson 
{a) Italian, XVI Century, Grolier style 
{h) French, XVI Century, Grolier style 
(c) French, XVI Century, painted 
{d) French, XVI Century, metal clasps 
{e) French, XVI Century, arms of Henry III, bound by 

Clovis Eve 
(/) French, XVI Century, arm.s of Henry II and Diane 

de Poitiers 
{g) French, XVI Century 
{h) Anglo-Lyonese, XVI Century, Archbishop Parker's 

copy 
{i) Breviar)^, bound by Le Gascon 
(/) French, bound by Le Gascon. Dedication copy to 

Cardinal Richelieu, with his arms 
{k) French, XVII Century, arms of Louis XIII 
(/) French, XVII Century, arms of Louis XIV 
{m) English, XVII Century, by Samuel Mearne 
{n) English mosaic binding, XVII Century 
(0) Italian, XVIII Century, arms of Cardinal Medici 
{p) Scotch, XVIII Century, bound by Elliot & Chapman 
{q) French, XVIII Century, bound by Derome, arms of 

Louis XVI as Dauphin 
(r) French, XVIII Century, arms of Marie Antoinette 
{s) Mosaic, bound by Padeloup 

1203 Habiti Antichi, Venice, 1564 

Le7it by Mr. Samnel B. Dean 

1204 Manuscript, Persian. Lent by Mrs. Sumner Hollingsworth 
{a) Manuscript, XV Century 

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1205 Binding Lent by Harvard College 

(a) Works of Pontamus, XVI Century, Italian binding, 

bound by Grolier. Very rare. From the Duke 
of Marlborough's Collection 

(b) French binding, XVII Century, bound by Le Gascon 

(c) Book on insects, Middleburgh, 1662, bound in style 

of Le Gascon, edges ornamented under the gold 
with colored design 

(d) English binding, XVIII Century, bound by Roger 

Payne 

(e) French binding, XVIII Century, bound by Derome 
(/) Works of Bishop Marco Girolamo Vida, Lyons, 1559, 

with crest of Queen Elizabeth on covers 
(g) Old English inlaid binding from the library of the 

Marquis of Hastings 
(h) Euclid, Italian binding, Rome, 1574 
(i) XIV Century monastic manuscript, in oaken boards, 
pigskin back, with the chain by which it was 
formerly attached to its case 
(y) Dutch manuscript, 1466, bound in purple velvet, 
front cover ornamented with raised design in 
brass studded with forty-six carbuncles, and a 
sardonyx at each corner; in centre, carved panel 
of bone with three figures in high relief 
(k) German stamped binding, XV Century 
(/) Life of Milton, 1761. Presented by Thomas HoUis 
to Harvard College in 1764 

1206 Book. One leaf from the Gutenberg Bible, sometimes 

called the Mazarin Bible, 42 lines. First printed 
book,' printed between the years 1450 and 1455 

Lent Anonymously 

1207 Book. Binding, old Italian book cover 

Le7it by Mr. J. Templeman Coolidge, Jr. 

1208 Books Lent by Mr. C. Howard Walker 
{a) I Tre Ordine d' Architettura di Neralco. Press of 

Antonio Rossi, Rome, 1744 
{b) Architecture de Andre Palladeo. Press of Angiolo 

Pasinelli, Venice, 1746 
(c) Les Batimens et les Dessins de Andre Palladio. Press 

of Jean Rossi, Vicenza, 1786 

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I209 Books Le7it by Mrs. Charles J. White 

(a) Book of Hours, with miniatures, XV Century 
{b) Two illuminated pages on vellum 

(c) Green velvet binding, silver mounting, roccoco style 

(d) Green velvet binding, silver corners and clasps, Nurem- 

berg 

1 2 ID Manuscript, Latin choir book, hand lettering, XV Cen- 
tury Lent by Miss Mary Crease Sears 

121 1 Books Lent by Miss Agnes St. John 

(a) Church service book, on vellum, XV Century 

(b) Tour of Dr. Syntax, illustrated by Rowlandson 

(c) Der Freischiitz, illustrated by Cruikshank, 1824 

(d) Comic History of England, illustrated by John Leech 

(e) Early printing, Plantin, 1562 

1 21 2 Books Lent by Mr. Henry S. Rowe 

(a) Early printing by Gerard de Flandria, 1475 

(b) Early printing, Aldus, 1545 

(c) Horace, printed by William Pickering, 1824 

(d) Early printing, very rare Elzevir edition, 1642, bound 

by Du Seuil 

(e) Illuminated manuscript on vellum, seventeen full- 

page miniatures, XIV Century 
(/) Manuscript on vellum, 3 x 2}^ inches 
(g) French, bound by Fournier, 1771, arms of Madame 

Adelaide 
(h) French, bound by Boyet, arms of Duke du Maine 
(i) French stamped binding, 1573 

1 21 3 Books Lent by Mrs. J. Montgomery Sears 

(a) Grete Herball, London, 1526 

(b) Ortus Sanitatsis, Moguntia, 1491 

(c) Erasmus, from Henry VIII's library, 1528 

(<?) Book of Hours, seventeen miniatures, 163 decorated 

pages, XIV Century 
(/) Music on vellum, with decorated borders, XV Century 
(g) Book of Hours, eleven miniatures, XV Century 
(h) Book of Hours, miniatures and illuminated letters, 

XIV Century 
(i) Illuminated manuscript, XV^ Century 
(j) Cufic writing, XIV Century 

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AMERICAN DRESS 

1 214 Wedding dress worn by the mother of Jeremy Belknap 

Lent by Miss Bullard 

1 21 5 Dress belonging to Madam John Hancock 

Lent by Mrs. Russell F. Hyde 

1216 Old American dresses 

Lace wedding skirt and veil and slippers, 130 years 

old 
Ancient nursery quilt from Marblehead 

Lent by Mrs. C. G. Betton 

1 2 17 Dress worn by Miss Dandridge, of Virginia, at the mar- 

riage of General Washington 

Lent by Mr. Henley Luce 

1 2 18 Colonial dress, worn in the Lovell family about 1750 

Lent by Miss Harriett Ware 



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MINIATURES 

1 2 19 Agnes Dunne, XVIII Century. Artist unknown 

Lent by Mrs. James Means 

1220 Ivory triptych, two miniatures 

1 221 Miniature in old red leather case, "Ebeneser Ordiorne," 

1787 

1222 Miniature in carved gold locket setting, "Elizabeth Chew," 

1798 Lent by Colonel and Mrs. W . R. Livermore 

1223 Mr. Thomas Motley. Artist unknown 

1224 Mrs. Thomas Motley. Probably by Malbone 

Lent by Mrs. Howard Snelling 

1225 Mr. John Lowell 

1226 Mrs. John Lowell 

1227 Miss Nancy Lowell. Painted in 1803 by Malbone 

Lent by Mr. Arthur T. Lyman 

1228 William Whitwell. By Malbone 

1229 William Scollay. By Malbone 

Lent by Mrs. William Tudor 

1230 A'loses Black. By Malbone Lent by Miss Rose Lamb 

1 23 1 Robert Hallowell Gardiner. By Malbone 

1232 Emma Jane Tudor. By Malbone 

Lent by Mr. Robert H. Gardiner 

1233 John C. Brown. By Malbone 

Lent by Miss Augusta M. Brown 

1234 Henry Hubbard. By Malbone 

1235 Mary Hubbard. Artist unknown 

Lent by Mrs. Charles W. Hubbard 

1236 Thomas Bowman. Probably by Malbone 

Lent by Mrs. L. B. Taft 

1237 John Lucas. By Malbone Lent by Mrs. C. H. Gibson 

1238 Mrs. Richard Sullivan (maiden name Sarah Russell). 

By Malbone 

1239 Thomas Russell, father of Mrs. Richard Sullivan. By 

Malbone Lent by Mr. Charles M. Cabot 

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1240 Hon. Samuel Crocker. Artist unknown 

1 241 Mrs. Samuel Crocker (nee Lureard), wife of above, died 

1802. Artist unknown 

1242 Mr. Samuel Bass King. By Malbone 

1243 Mrs. Abby Crocker Richmond. By Staigg (1843) 

Lent by Miss Sarah Lotiisa Guild 

1244 Mrs. Nathaniel Russell Middleton, nee Miss Anna E. 

de Wolf. By Bonithean 

1245 Mr. Henry de Wolf. By Malbone 

Lent by the Misses Middleton 

1246 Mrs. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and her sister, Mrs. 

Macintosh. By Isabey 

Lent by Miss A. M. Longfelloiv 

1247 Mrs. Nathaniel Russell Middleton, nee Miss Anna de 

Wolf. By Bonithean 

1248 Mr. Henry de Wolf. By Malbone 

Lent by the Misses Middleton 

1249 John Langdon Sullivan, born 1777. By Malbone 

1250 Elizabeth Russell, wife of above, daughter of Hon. Thomas 

Russell, of Charlestown. By Malbone 

Lent by Mrs. Alexander Cochrane 

125 1 Joshua Blake. By Malbone 

Lent by Mr. George Baty Blake, Lenox, Mass. 

1252 The Misses Perkins. By Malbone 

1253 Little girl. By Staigg Lent by Miss Elizabeth W . Perkins 

1254 Captain John Holland Lent by Mr. Boylston A. Beal 

1255 Sarah Gray (Mrs. Samuel Cary). By Copley 

Lent by Miss Hester Cunningham 

1256 Mrs. Susan Powell (Mason). By Malbone, painted 1807 

1257 Dr. John Collins Warren. By Malbone, painted 1807 

Lent by Mrs. E. Arthur Beebe 

1258 Mrs. John Derby. By Staigg 

Lent by Mrs. William Arthur Dupee 

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1259 Josiah Quincy, President of Harvard College, born 1772, 

died 1864. By Malbone 

1260 Mrs. Josiah Quincy. By Malbone 

Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Quincy 

1262 John Andrew Bird. By Dubourjal, about 1837 

Lent by Mrs. Charles Linzee Tilde7i 

1263 Samuel Downer, aged twenty-five years. By Malbone 

Lent by Mrs. Malcolm C. Greene 

1264 Lady in blue, marked "R. P." at side 

1265 Miniature painted in oil on copper, Flemish, guaranteed 

by Christie of London as XVI Century 

Lent by Miss Ellen F. Moseley 

1266 Stephen Salisbury. By Copley 

Le7it by Miss Elizabeth Greene 

1267 Mrs. William Rogers. By Staigg 

Lent by Mrs. William Barton Rogers 

1268 Mrs. Bernard Henry. By Malbone 

1269 Mrs. Isaac P. Davis. By Malbone 

Lent by Dr. Morton Prince 

1270 Miss Martha Hatch. By Malbone 

Lent by Mr. G. G. Hammond 

1 27 1 Caleb Davis, Speaker of the first Massachusetts House of 

Representatives, born 1738, died 1797. Artist un- 
known Lent by Dr. George B. Shattuck 

1272 Jeremiah Joachim Kahler. By Malbone 

1273 Jeremiah Kahler (son). Probably by Malbone 

Lent by family of W. Iracy Eustis 

1274 Sarah Parkman, wife of Edward Blake. By Malbone. 

Lent by Miss J. G. Robins 

1275 Edward Blake. By Malbone 

Lent by Mr. Edward B. Robins 

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1276 Paul Revere. By Gilbert Stuart Newton 

Lent by Mrs. Nathaniel Thayer 

1277 Mary Cheever, 1691-1775 

Lent by Mrs. F. L. Higginso7i 

1278 The Portland miniatures (group of five). By Cosway 

Le7it by Miss Mary Shreve Ames 

1279 Abigail Cheever, born 1694, died 1771 

Lent by Mrs. Alexander Whiteside 

1280 Charles Thompson, 1790. Artist unknown 

1 28 1 Edward Bryant, 1800. Artist unknown 

Le7it by Messrs. Shreve, Crump ^ Low 

1282 Stephen H. Perkins. By Staigg 

Lent by Miss Sarah S. Perkins 

1283 Miss Cordelia Sears, 1845. By I. M. Staigg 

Lent by Miss Harriet Sears Amory 

1284 Mr. Appleton. By Staigg 

1286 Mrs. Sumner. By Staigg Le^it by Mrs. G. S. Curtis 

1287 Mr. Timothy Fitch, of Salem. By Malbone 

1288 John Brown Fitch, Esq. By Malbone 

1289 Hepsa Hall, wife of John Browne Fitch. By Malbone 

Lent by Mrs. Edward N. Fenno 

1290 Eliza Mason. By Malbone 

Lent by Miss Eliza Mason Hoppin 

1 29 1 Henry Dutch. Artist unknown 

1292 Mrs. Messer. By E. G. Malbone, painted In Salem, 1800 

Lent by Mr. J. W. Wheelwright 

1293 John Derby, of Salem. By Malbone, 1805 

1294 Mrs. John Derby, of Salem. By Malbone 

Lent by the Misses Rogers 



65 



LACE 

1295 Lace, example of filet brode, German, Early XVIII Cen- 

tury Lent by Mrs. Charles J. White 

1296 Flounce, point d'Angleterre, Late XVII Century 

1297 Flounce, point de Brabant, Late XVII Century 

1298 Flounce, French, Late XVIII Century, details are of an 

old Argentan pattern, cut from cloth and applied to 
a ground of plaited mesh 

1299 Berthe, point de Venise a bride picotee,Late XVII Century 

Lent by Mrs. James A. Garland 

1300 Lace cover, filet brode, XVII Century 

Lent by Mrs. Desmond FitzGerald 

1 301 Flounce, point de Milan, XVII Century 

1302 Square, filet brode, Italian, XVII Century 

Lent by Mrs. Fiske Warren 

1303 Collar, Pottenkant, Holland, XVII Century 

Lent by Mrs. John P. Bainbridge 

1304 Collar, Burano point, Late XVIII Century 

Lent by Mrs. Alpheus H. Hardy 

1305 Berthe, Spanish, Late XVII Century, punto tagliato in 

fogliani 

1306 Cuff, gros point de Venise a bride picotee, XVII Century 

Lent by Mrs. Henry P. Kidder 

1307 Flounce, Venetian punta rosalina, Late XVII Century. 

Very rare 

1308 Cape, Genoese, XVII Century 

1309 Length, Valenciennes (fausse), XVII Century 

13 10 Length, Irish lace. Early XIX Century 

13 1 1 Edging, Brussels, XVIII Century 

Lent by Mrs. Winthrop Sargent 

13 12 Portion of cap, point d'Argentan, Late XVII Century 

13 13 Length of point de Venise a reseau 

1 3 14 CuflP, Valenciennes, XVII Century 

13 15 Cover of silk, border of filet, Italian, XVII Century 

Lent by Mrs. George R. Fearing, Jr. 

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13 16 Fichu of Brussels lace. Belonged to Marie Antoinette. 

Brought from Paris by M. Jonathan Mason in 1790 
Lent by Mrs. William W. Vaugha^i 

13 17 Barbe, old Flemish pillow lace, XVII Century 

Lent by Mrs. J. Randolph Coolidge 

13 18 Collar, point de Flandre, first half XVII Century 

13 19 Length, Mechlin, XVIII Century 

Lent by Mrs. Thornton K. Lothrop 

1320 Length, point d'Alengon, XVIII Century 

1321 Length, point d'Argentan, XVIII Century 

1322 Length, gold and silver lace, Venetian, XVI Century 

1323 Length, silver lace, Genoese, XVII Century 

1324 Length, gold galon, French, XVIII Century 

1325 Length of galon of silver and silk, French, XVII Century 

Lent by Mr. Samuel B. Dean 

1326 Berthe, point de Bruges, Late XVII Century 

Lent by Mrs. Curtis Guild, Jr. 

1327 Old Spanish filet lace spread, panels showing scenes in a 

bull fight Lent by Mr. Nicholas Martin, New York 

1328 Altar frontal, point de Milan, XVII Century 

Lent by Mrs. George D. Howe 

1329 Flounce, Brussels point applique. Early XIX Century 

1330 Collar, Honiton, about 1830 Lent by Miss Mary C. Sears 

133 1 Length, gros point de Venise, Middle XVII Century 

Lent by Miss Elizabeth W . Perkins 

1332 Lace, length of Venetian point plat, candelabra design. 

Late XVII Century Lent by Mrs. Arthur T. Cabot 

1333 Lace, altar frontal, Punto Tirato, XVI Century 

Lent by Mrs. Everett Morss 



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FANS 

1334 Empire fan, given by Prince Joseph Bonaparte to Harriet 

Bayard, on the occasion of her marriage to Stephen 
van Rensselaer, in 18 17. 

1335 One fan, French, XVIII Century, tortoise shell, inlaid 

with gold 

1336 Two fans, French, XVIII Century 

1337 Two watches, old French enamel, XVIII Century 

Lent by Mrs. Nathaniel Thayer 

1338 White and gold Empire fan, about 18 10 

1339 French fan, Louis XVI design 

Lent hy Mrs. C. Howard Walker 

1340 Fan, Cuban, about 1800 Lent by Mr. Henry D. Sleeper 

1 341 Fan, painted with figures, pearl mounting 

Lent by Mrs. S. J. Mixter 

1342 Fans, two Spanish, one French, Late XVIII Century 

Lent by Mrs. Everett Morss 

1343 Fan, French Empire, lambrequin design along top done in 

silver paillettes, pearl mounting 

1344 Fan, French, Early XVIII Century. Painting shows 

Chinese influence Lent by Mrs. Charles J. White 

1345 Fan, Louis XV., series of medallions containing figures 

form the decoration, mounting enriched with gold 
and silver. Lent by Mrs. James A. Garland 

1346 Fan, French, Late XVIII Century, the sticks enriched with 

ormolu Lent by Mrs. Fiske Warren 

1347 Fan, Vernis Martin, Louis XV period 

Lent by Mrs. Winthrop Sargent 

1348 Fan, Louis XV, ivory mountings, carved and painted 

1349 Fan, French, Louis XV, ivory sticks painted after the 

Chinese manner 

1350 Fan, French, Louis XV. Painting shows Oriental in- 

fluence, mountings of ivory 

Lent by Mrs. John R. Fearing, Jr. 

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135 1 Fan, French, Louis XV, centre painted panel enclosed in 

rococo scrolls, ivory mountings. 

Lent by Mrs. John R. Fearing, Jr. 

1352 Fan, Chinese, ivory, intricately carved. Early XIX Century 

Lent by Mrs. James Means 

1353 Fan, pearl sticks with top of painted medallions, XVIII 

Century, Spanish 

Lent by Mrs. William W . Vaughan 

1354 Fan, Louis XV, Vernis Martin 

Lent by Mrs. J . Randolph Coolidge 

1355 Fan, in case, about 1820, French 

Lent by Mrs. Thornton K. Lothrop 

1356 Fan, Spanish, Early XIX Century 

Lent by Mrs. Curtis Guild, Jr. 

1357 Fan, Vernis Martin, carved ivory sticks 

Lent by Mrs William Chester Chase 



1358 Silver watch, four cases, one covered with leather, Mark- 

ham Markwick, 1740 

1359 Swiss watch, Francis Querent, 1770 

1360 Miniature clock, Louis XIV 

1 36 1 Sun dial, 1750 Lent by Miss Mary Crease Sears 



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COPLEY SOCIETY 



EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS BY 



SPANISH MASTERS 



COPLEY HALL, BOSTON 

MDCCCCXII 



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K,li 



sKSfflB^syrsE^OT!! 




THE SPANISH SCHOOL 



Loan Collection 



The Copley Society of Boston 

Copley Hall. March. 1912 



THE SPANISH SCHOOL. 



The art of Spain has a grim splendor and a stately 
dignity which seldom descends to the trivial, and a 
pride of bearing, apparent even when the subject is 
commonplace, associated with a directness of expres- 
sion that disdains petty mannerisms. At the time 
when elsewhere in Europe the art of painting was fast 
becoming bound with conventions of technique and 
subject, the Spanish masters worked with freedom 
and with sincere study of realities. Early inspired 
by the Italians, even the primitive masters in Spain 
painted ^dth a breadth that ignored traditions, and 
in the seventeenth century the great masters of Spain 
excelled all others in the courage of their woi'k, the 
force of their composition, the depth of their tones. 
Especially have they been masters of technique, — of a 
dexterous skill with the brush coincident with subtle 
and keen observation and the power of direct and 
simple expression. With the exception of Murillo, 
they have preferred strength to sentiment, even at 
times to the point of brutality. Vigor is as inherent 
in the work of Velazquez, of Ribera, and of Zurbaran 
and Goya, as it is in the Sibj'ls of Michel Angelo, — - 
vigor which is sometimes akin to bravura; and the 
modern Spanish painters Zuloaga, Sorolla y Bastida, 
and Villegas have similar tendencies, though others, 



such as Fortuny, Zamacois, and Madrazo, who have 
been influenced by study in Paris, have worked with 
minute detail and represented subjects of greater 
vivacity. Color, at times morose, often gleams with 
enhanced splendor in contrast to sombre backgrounds, 
and comedy flashes from the midst of tragic surround- 



The Spanish masterpieces impress by an exposure of 
the subject so thorough, so frank, with so great a dis- 
dain for amelioration, that the effect seems often cruel, 
and at the same time there is so subtle a sense of values, 
so great a skill in portrayal, that the graces of the art 
seem to be unnecessary and out of place. Grim and 
sardonic, vigorous and splendid, with truth, arrogant 
in manner and in color, and with great dignity, the art 
of Spain is distinctive. 



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PAINT1NG5 

At the end of the catalogue will be found short notes, 
referring to the different schools and the artists repre- 
sented. 



1.— PORTRAIT DU GENERAL X 

GOYA Y LUCIENTES, Francisco Jose de 

(1746-1828) 
Lent by Meaarx. Dnrand-Ruel & So'ttf:. New York 

2.— OLD MAN WITH STAFF 

ZURBARAN, Francisco (1598-1662) 
Lent by Mrs. William C. Endicott 

3.— ANGEL WITH CROWN 

ESPINOSA, Jacinto Geronimo de (1600-1680) 

Lent by the Ehrich Galleries, New York 

4.— MADONNA 

MURILLO, Bartolomeo Esteban (1618-1682) 
Lent by Miss Fanny P. Mason 



5.— NUNC DIMITIS 

RIBERA, Jose (II Spagnoletto) (1588-1656) 
Lent by Mr. Robert C. Lowry 

6.— A BEGGAR BOY 

ANTOLINEZ Y SARABIA. Francisco 
(1644-1700) 
Lent by the Ehrich Galleries, Nev York 

7.— FLIGHT INTO EGYPT 

COLLANTES, Francisco (1599-1666) 

Lent by Mr. George A. Hearn, New York 

8— PORTRAIT OF THE INFANTA ISABELLA 
CLARA EUGENIA, GOVERNEvSB OF THE 
LOW COUNTRIES 

DE LA CRUZ PANTOJA, Juan (1623) 
From Blenheim Palace Collection 
Lent by Messrs. R. C. & N. M. Vose 

9.— THE GAME, "LA MAIN CHAUDE" 

HERRERA, the Younger 
From Collection of Senator Maurice Colin, Algiers 
Lent by Dr. Pmd Mersch, Paris, France 




10.— A SAINT OF SEVILLE 

ZURBARAN, Francisco (1598-1662) 

Lent by the Ehrich Galleries, New York 

11— MARIA LUIS A OF PARMA, QUEEN OF 
CHARLES IV OF SPAIN 
GOYA Y LUCIENTES, Francisco Jose de 
(1746-1828) 
Lent by the Ehrich Galleries, New York 

12.— THE ANNUNCIATION 

ESCALANTE, Juan Antonio (1630-1670) 
(Signed, 1653) 
From Collection of F. Pasqual, Madrid 

Lent by the Ehrich Galleries, New York 

13.— "THE GIRL IN RED" 

(Portrait of a young Spanish noblewoman) 
COELLO, Alonzo Sanchez (1513-1590) 

Lent by Mrs. Philip Lydig, New York 

14.— ST. STEPHEN 

MURILLO, Bartolomeo Esteban (1618-1682) 
Lent by the Ehrich Galleries, New York 



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15.— CARDINAL ZUIROGA 

EL GRECO (DoMENico Theotocopuli) 

(1548-1625) 
Lent by Mr. Henry C. Frick, New York 



16.— ST. IGNATIUS DE LOYOLA 

ZURBARAN, Francisco (1598-1662) 
Lent by the Ehrich Galleries, New York 



17.— EL ESPOLIO 

EL GRECO (DoMENico Theotocopuli) 
(1548-1625) 

Lent by Messrs. Eugene Glaenzer & Co., 
New York 



18.— ISABELLA CLARA EUGENIA, INFANTA 
OF SPAIN, WIFE OF THE ARCHDUKE 
OF AUSTRIA 

COELLO, Alonzo Sanchez (1513-1590) 

From Collection of Count Lomellini, Genoa 

Lent by the Ehrich Galleries, New York 



19— PORTRAIT OF A VENETIAN OFFICER 

Attributed to Velazquez 

From the Collection of the Gratanego Family, 
Venice 

Lent by the Ehrich Galleries, New York 



20— HEAD OF CHRIST 

EL GRECO (DoMENico Theotocopuli) 
(1548-1625) 

Lent by Mrs. Frank Gair Macomber 

21.— THE DESCENT FROM THE CROSS 

TRISTAN, Luis (1586-1640) 
Le7it by the Ehrich Galleries, New York 

22.— PORTRAIT 

RIZI, Juan (1595-1675) Dated 1623 
(Known as Fray Juan Rizi) 
From the Stanford White Collection 
Anonymous 

23.— PORTRAIT OF A MONK 

EL GRECO (DoMENico Theotocopuli) 
(1548-1625) 
From Collection of Don Pablo Bosch, Madrid 
Lent by the Ehrich Galleries, New York 






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24.— CAPRICE (Water Color) 

GOYA Y LUCIENTES, Francisco Jose de 
(1746-1828) 
From the Duke d'Ossuna Collection 
From the Dupuy de Lome Collection 
Anonymous 

25 —PORTRAIT OF A LADY 

GOYA Y LUCIENTES, Francisco Jos^ de 

(1746-1828) 

Lent by Mr. Leon Hirsch, New York 

26— L'ANNONCIATION 

EL GRECO (DoMENico Theotocopuli) 
(1548-1625) 
Lent by Messrs. Durand-Ruel & Sons, New York 

21.— A SAINT 

PEREDA, Antonio (1599-1669) 

Anonymous 

28.— EQUESTRIAN PORTRAIT OF THE DUKE 

OF OLIVARES (School of Velazquez) 

Lent by Mr. J. T. Coolidge, Jr. 



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29.— ST. PETER HOLDING BOOK 

RIBERA, JusEPE DE (1588-1656) 
Bought in 1853 at the sale of Louis PhiUppe, 

King of France. 

Lent by Mr. Charles A. Walker 



30.— THE PHILOSOPHER 

(School of Ribera) 

Lent by Messrs. R. C. & N. M. Vose 



31.— ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI 

EL GRECO (DoMENico Theotocopuli) 

(1548-1625) 
From Collection of Baron Grandherr, Munich 
Lent by the Ehrich Galleries, New York 



32.— CAPRICE (Water Color) 

GOYA Y LUCIENTES, Francisco Jose de 
(1746-1828) 
From the Duke d'Ossuna Collection 
From the Dupuy de Lome Collection 
Anonymous 



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33.— PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN 

Artist Unknown (School of Seville) 
Lent hy Mr. E. S. Mansfield 

34.— THE LUTE PLAYER 

Attributed to Velazquez 
Lent btj Mr. E. S. Mansfield 

35.— HEAD OF ST. CATHERINE 

ZURBARAN, Francisco (1598-1662) 
Lent by Mr. Alphonse Jongers, New York 

36.— MONK 

EL GRECO (DoMENico Theotocopuli) 

(1548-1625) 
Lent by Mrs. Philip Lydig, New York 

37.— ST. JOHN 

EL GRECO (Domenico Theotocopuli) 

(1548-1625) 
Lent by Mr. E. S. Mansfield 

38.— CONSUMATUM EST 

ARANDA, Jose Jimenez (1837-1903) 
Lent by the Hispanic Society of America, New York 



W. 



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39.— DON JOHN OF AUSTRIA 

CARRENO, Juan de Miranda 
Lent by Mr. Arthur Astor Carey 

40.— SKETCH 

GOYA Y LUCIENTES, Francisco Jose de 

(1746-1828) 

Lent by Mr. Horatio G. Curtis 



41.— PORTRAIT OF DON FRAY MIGUEL 
FERNANDEZ 
GOYA Y LUCIENTES, Francisco Jose de 

(1746-1828) 
Lent by the Worcester Art Mtiseum, Worcester 



42.— ST. JEROME 

RIBERA, Jose de (1588-1656) 

(Signed Jusepe de Ribera es panel F 1642) 

Lent by Mrs. Frank Gair Macomber 

43.— A SPANISH NOBLEMAN 

MORO, Antonio (1512-1588) 
Lent by Mr. Arthur D. Little 



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44— PORTRAIT OF A SPANIARD OF BRUGES 
MORO, Antonio (1512-1588) 

Lent by Mrs. Philip Lydig, New York 

45.— A SAINT 

ZURBARAN, Francisco (1598-1662) 

Anonymous 

46.— TEMPTATION 

MURILLO, Bartolomeo Esteban (1618-1682) 
Lent by Mr. E. S. Mansfield 

47.— PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST 

ANTOLINEZ, Jose (1639-1676) 

Lent by the Ehrich Galleries, New York 

48.— L'INFANTE IS ABELLE-CLAI RE-EU- 
GENIE, DAUGHTER OF PHILIP II, 
ARCHDUCHESS ISABELLA, REGENT 
OF THE NETHERLANDS 
This princess was the daughter of PhiHp II 
of Spain, and married the Archduke Albert, 
and was the Regent of the Netherlands and 
the patron of Peter Paul Rubens. 

SANCHEZ-COELLO, Alonzo (1515-1590) 
Lent by Mr. George A. Hearn, New York 






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49— PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN 

(Spanish School.) Possibly by Velazquez 
Lent by Mr. Frank Duveneck, Covington, Ky. 

50.— PHILIP IV OF SPAIN 

VELAZQUEZ, Diego Rodriguez de Silva t 

(1599-1660) 

Lent by Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 



51.— LA MARQUISE DE SAN ANDRES 

GOYA Y LUCIENTES, Francisco Jose de 

(1746-1828) 

Lent by Messrs. Durand-Ruel & Sons, Neio York 

52— "COUNT ORGOZ" 

EL GRECO (DoMENico Theotocopuli) 
(1548-1625) 
Lent by Mr. Robert Shaiv Mi7iturn, New York 

53.— A BEGGAR 

GOMEZ, Sebastien (164&-1682) 
Lent by the Ehrich Galleries, New York 



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54.— QUEEN MARIANE OF AUSTRIA 

DEL MAZO 

Lent by Messrs. E. Gimpel & Wildenstein, 
New York 

55— THE NATIVITY 

MURILLO, Bartolomeo Esteban (1618-1682) 

From the Collection of Baron Tetada, Seville 

Lent by Mr. T. B. Walker, Minneapolis, Minn. 

56.— A SAINT 

RIBERA, JusEPE (1588-1656) 

From Collection of Lord Ashburton 

Lent by the Ehrich Galleries, New York 



57.— FEMME EN BONNET BLANC 

MORO, Antonio (1512-1588) 
Lent by Messrs. Durand-Ruel & Sons, New York 



58.— PORTRAIT OF A SPANISH WOMAN OF 
BRUGES 

MORO, Antonio (1512-1588) 

Lent by Mrs. Philip Lydig, New York 






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59.— JUAN MANUEL ALVAREZ DE FARIA 
GOYA Y LUCIENTES, Francisco Jose de 
(1746-1828) 

Lent by Mr. George A. Hearn, New York 

60— THE MAGDALENE 

MURILLO, Bartolomeo Esteban (1618-1682) 
This picture was engraved by Raphael 
Morghen, 1801- 

Lent by Mr. William Skinner, New York 

61.— ST. JEROME 

RIBERA, Jusepe de (1588-1656) 

Lent by Mr. E. S. Mansfield 

62.— PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN 

EL GRECO (DoMENico Theotocopuli) 
(1548-1625) 

Lent by Dr. John E. Stillwell, New York 

63.— PORTRAIT 

DEL MAZO MARTINEZ, Juan Bautista 
(1612-1667) 

From the CoUection of Marcel von Nemes, 
Budapest, Hungary 

Anonymous 



64— PORTRAIT OF AN ARCHITECT 

RIBERA, JusEPE DE (1588-1656) 
Lent by Dr. John E. Stillwell, New York 



65.— SKETCH OF A MAN AND GIRL 

Artist Unknown 
Lent by the Ehrich Galleries, New York 



66.— ANGEL WITH FLOWERS 

ESPINOSA, Jacinto Geronimo de (1600-1680) 

Lent by the Ehrich Galleries, New York 

67.— PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST 

MURILLO, Bartolomeo Esteban (1618-1682) 
Lent by Mr. Henry C. Frick, New York 



68.— PORTRAIT D'ISIDORO MAIQUEZ, C01116- 
dien 
GOYA Y LUCIENTES, Francisco Jose de 

(1746-1828) 
Lent by Messrs. Durand-Ruel & Sons, New York 




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69.— MADONNA AND CHILD 

MORALES, Luis de (1509-1586) 

Lent by the Ehrich Galleries, New York 

70.— QUEEN MARIANA 

CARRENO, Juan de Miranda 
From the Duke d'Ossuna Collection 
From the Jesuits' College of Madrid 
Lent by Mrs. Frank Gair Macomber 



71.— HEAD 

DE MORALES, LUIS (1509-1586) 
Attributed 
Lent by Messrs. R. C. & N. M. Vose 



72.— PORTRAIT OF A LADY 

GOYA Y LUCIENTES, Francisco Jose de 

(1746-1828) 

Lent by Lady Drummond, Montreal 



73.— "PEPE-ILLO," BULL-FIGHTER 

GOYA Y LUCIENTES, Francisco Jose de 

(1746-1828) 

Lent by Lady Drummond, Montreal 




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74.— COURSE DE TAUREAUX 

CANALS Y LLAMBi, Ricardo. 1876- 
(Contemporary) 

Lent by Messrs. Durand-Ruel & Sons, New York 

75.— THE TWO SISTERS 

SOROLLA Y BASTIDA, Joaquin. 1863- 
(Contemporary) 
Lent by the Art Institute of Chicago 

76.— INTERIOR OF TOBACCO FACTORY, SE- 
VILLE 
CANALS Y LLAMBI, Ricardo. 1876- 
(Contemporary) 

Lent by Mr. Desmond FitzGerald 

77.— MA COUSINE 

ZULOAGA, Ignacio (Contemporary) 
Le7it by Mr. George R. Fearing, Jr. 

78.— BALCONY SCENE 

CANALS Y LLAMBI, Ricardo. 1876- 
(Contemporary) 
Lent by Mrs. Frank Gair Macomber 



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79.— DANS LES COULISSES 

CANALS Y LLAMBi, Ricabdo. 1876- 
(Contemporary) 

Lent by Messrs. Durand-Ruel & Sons, Neiv York 



80.— A MATEADOR 

MESQUITA, F. L. 

Lent by Messrs. R. C. & N. M. Vose 



81.— AFTER THE BATH 

SOROLLA Y BASTIDA, Joaquin. 1863- 
(Contemporary) 

Le7it by the Hispanic Society of America, New York 

82.— LA CHUTE DU PICARDO, SEVILLE 

CANALS Y LLAMBI, Ricardo. 1876- 
(ContemporarjO 
Lent by Mr. Desmond FitzGerald 

83.— THE MILL STREAM 

SANCHEZ-PERRIER (Contemporary) 
Lent by Mrs. Francis L. Coolidge 



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84— A SPANISH GYPSY 

MESQUITA, F. L. 

Lent by Messrs. R. C. & N. M. Vose 



85.— A MOORISH STREET 

FORTUNY Y CARBO, Mariano Jose Maria 

(1838-1874) 
Lent by Mrs. Roland C. Lincoln 

86 —LA DANSE 

CANALS Y LLAMBI, Ricardo. 1876- 
(Contemporary) 
Lent by Messrs. Durand-Ruel & Sons, New York 

87— Mrs. IRA NELSON MORRIS AND CHIL- 
DREN 
SOROLLA Y BASTIDA, Joaquin. 1863- 
(Contemporary) 
Le7it by Mr. Ira Nelson Morris, Chicago 

88.— BULI^FIGHT IN A PUBLIC SQUARE 
GOYA Y LUCIENTES, Francisco Jose de 
(1746-1828) 
Le7it by Mr. Victor G. Fischer, New York 



VJ||l|l|IU!iil|i«l.> I 



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89— SAN ILDEFONSO 

EL GRECO (DoMENico Theotocopuli) 
(1548-1625) 

Copied and Lent by Miss Nelly Harvey, New York 



90— SPANISH GYPSIES 

WSSEL, Manuel de Guimbarda 
Lent by Miss Ellen M. Shumway 



91.— HEAD OF A SPANISH WOMAN OF 
GRANADA 

RIBERA, P. (Contemporary) 

Lent by Mr. Eben D. Jordan 



92.— WHITE BIRCHES 

SANCHEZ-PERRIER (Contemporary) 
Lent by Mrs. David Crocker 

93.— PORTRAIT OF Mrs. EDWARD SHEARSON 

MADRAZO Y GARRETA, Raimundo 

Lent by Mr. Edward Shearson, New York 




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94.— ALONG THE RIVER 

PERRIER, Emilio Sanchez (Contemporary) 
Lent hxj Mr. Eben D. Jordan 



95.— BEACH OF BIARRITZ 

SOROLLA Y BASTIDA, Joaquin. 1863- 
(Contemporary) 
Lent by Mr. George S. Keyes 



96.— BEACH OF VALENCIA AND FISHING- 
BOATS 
SOROLLA Y BASTIDA, Joaquin. 1863- 
(Contemporary) 
Lent by Mr. George S. Keyes 







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97.— SENORA DE SOROLLA 

SOROLLA Y BASTIDA, Joaquin. 1863- 
(Contemporary) 

Le7it by the Hispanic Society of America, New York 



98.— THE MARKET-PLACE 

ARANDA, Jose Jimenez (1837-1903) 
Lent by Mr. Eben D. Jordan 



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99.— LOCUTORIO 

SOROLLA Y BASTIDA, Joaquin. 1S63- 
(Contemporary) 
Lent by Mr. William P. Blake 

100.— PLAZA DE VALENCIA 

SOROLLA Y BASTIDA, Joaquin. 1863- 
(Contemporary) 
Lejit by Mr. William P. Blake 

101.— PORTRAIT OF Mrs. THAYER 

MADRAZO Y GARRETA, Raimundo. 1841- 
(Contemporary) 
Le7it by Estate of Nathaniel Thayer 

102.— FISHING-BOATS ON BEACH, VALENCIA 
SOROLLA Y BASTIDA, Joaquin. 1863- 
(Contemporary) 
Lent by Mr. George S. Keyes 

103.— INTERIOR OF A CABARET (Pastel) 

CANALS Y LLAMBI, Ricardo. 1876- 
(Contemporary) 
Lent by Mr. Frank Gair Macomber, Jr. 




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104.— GARDEN OF VALENCIA 

SOROLLA Y BASTIDA, Joaquin. 1863- 
(Contemporary) 
Le7it by Mr. George S. Keyes 



105.— PORTRAIT OF Mr. IRA NELSON MORRIS 
SOROLLA Y BASTIDA, Joaquin. 1863- 
Lent by Mr. Ira Nelson Morris, Chicago 




106.— PORTRAIT 

ZULOAGA, Ignacio (Contemporary) 
Lent by Mr. George R. Fearing, Jr. 



107.— MLLE. BREVAL IN "CARMEN" 

ZULOAGA, Ignacio. 1870- 
(Contemporary) 
Lent by the Hispanic Society of America, New York 



108.— DANCING GIRL (Pastel) 

CANALS Y LLAMBI, Ricardo. 1876- 
(Contemporary) 
Lent by Mr. Desmond FitzGerald 






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GOYA 

ETCHINGS WITH AQUATINT 

Goya was born in the year 1746 at Fuenta de Toda, 
a little village situated in the province of Aragon, at 
no great distance from Saragossa. He came of vig- 
orous country stock: his people had lived on the soil, 
and had drawn health and strength from the earth for 
generations. Goya's fundamental characteristics are 
his vitality and common sense. Plad he not possessed 
these in unusual measure, he would have ended his 
life in the mad-house, whereas he retired peacefully, 
after having been court painter for many years, and 
lived to a grand old age. It was his strong common 
sense which enabled him to keep his head in the high- 
est places and imder the most alluring temptations, 
to which a youth can be exposed. Had it not been 
for this fund of common sense, he could never have 
reflected so justly and so profoundly upon his experi- 
ence, and drawn from it the material for his sketches 
without showing something of a diseased imagination. 
Goya is sane at the bottom, in contradistinction to 
Meryon, who was mad. Goya looked out on the world 
with a firm heart and an honest mind, and pictured 
the dreadful tilings he saw with a steady hand. He 
relates the actual facts of human existence unblush- 
ingly, and asks: "What do you intend to do about a 
world of asses and villains? You must live with them; 
but will you submit to superstition and sink deep 
into the slough of hcentiousness? Will you save 
yourself, or will you be crushed by the inexorable 



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doom which, like a great stone, is inclining over you?" 
See plate No. 59. 

Goya's irony and satire are of the most trenchant 
and most bitter kind, but they spring from a sane 
point of view. He sees the evil with reference to 
possibilities of good; he has an ideal of what man 
should be. 

The story of Goya's life is of adventures as thrill- 
ing as Don Juan's, and his reflections on life are really 
important. The prints which make up this little 
exhibition are vivid pictures of debased human nature. 
We see before our eyes the vile abuses to which the 
body is subjected. We behold the desecration of 
the soul in gross forms of superstition. But Goya 
holds firmly to the behef that, when men come to use 
their reason, they will feel an honest indignation rise 
up in their hearts and will revolt against the vices 
which destroy the human race. Witchcraft and 
wickedness are brought by Goya's art into the strong 
light of day in the hope of reformation. 

The earhest etchings of Goya are plates after Velaz- 
quez, about sixteen in number, one of which is ex- 
hibited, — "Philip III on Horseback." 

The Caprices are eighty in nmnber. The plates 
were first etched and afterwards aquatint was added. 
Thirty of these subjects are exhibited. The prints 
show the frank brutality of Goya's nature. His 
genius reveals itself in the art, with which he has made 
ugliness expressive of vice. We feel a nameless terror 
as we look at these prints and behold the horrible 
shapes and contorted forms into which the human will 
has writhed and twisted itself. We seem to see the 



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depths of man's possible fall. Goya turns the light 
of reason into the dark caverns of superstition and 
ignorance, and exposes to view loathsome hypocrisy, 
drivelling imbecility and all the shams of humbug. 
His achievement may be likened to the feat of Hercules 
in cleaning out the Augean stables. The artist has 
strong nerves, nor do the coarse fibres of his nature 
give way to the terrific strain put on them. It is 
we who shiver and are afraid, not Goya. The com- 
ments which will be found on the mat of each print 
in this series of the "Caprices" are translations of 
Goya's own. 

Unfortimately, the artist has left no coimnentaries 
for the Proverbs or Suenos (dreams), as Goya calls 
them. Of these there are eighteen plates, seven of 
which are exhibited. The meaning of these "dreams," 
or nightmares, is darkly hidden, and no satisfactory 
explanation that I know of is to be found. 

The Bull-fights speak for themselves. They were 
first published by Goj^a in 1815. There are thirty- 
three plates, eight of which are exhibited. Goya made 
another famous series of etchings, called "Disasters 
of War." None of these plates are exhibited. The 
subjects are gruesome and terrible. A fine set of 
the "Disasters of War" will be found in the Boston 
Museum of Fine Arts. 

THIRTY SUBJECTS FROM THE CA- 
PRICES 



FOUR SUBJECTS FROM THE BULL- 
FIGHTS 



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SEVEN SUBJECTS FROM THE PROVERBS 

"PHILIP III ON HORSEBACK" 

(Etching after Velasquez) 

Lent by Mr. Francis Bullard 



RIBERA 

TWO ETCHINGS BY RIBERA 

Lent by Mr. Francis Bullard 



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5PAN15H TILL 



ARMS OF CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS 

XVTH CENTURY DELLA ROBBIA, RONDINELLI 

JEREZ DE LA FRENTERA 

CHARLES V. 

FERDINAND AND ISABELLA 



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NOTL5 



The early painters in Spain, the so-called primitives, 
in the fifteenth century derived their inspiration at 
first from Italy and later, after the visit of Jan Eyck 
to Spain, from the art of the Netherlands, but in the 
latter part of the sixteenth century the Spanish painters 
developed distinctive character. In Toledo between 
1548 and 1625 the Greek Domenico Theotocopuh, 
called El Greco, painted with marked individuality, 
and was followed by liis pupil, Luis Tristan. 





Valencian School: 

In the northeast at Valencia Juan de Juanes, an 
admirer of the Italians, established the Valencian 
School, and was succeeded by Ribalta (died 1648), 
Espinosa, 1600-1680, and Jos6 de Ribera, 1588-1656. 



Sevillian School: 

Early in the seventeenth century the Sevillian School 
arose under Juan de Castillo and the greater master, 
Francisco Pacheco, whose successors were Zurbaran, 
1598-1662, Murillo, 1618-1682, and Alonzo Cano, 
1601-1667. 



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School of Madrid: 

The school of painters in Madrid, destined to be the 
greatest of all the schools because of court favor, in 
addition to work for religious orders upon which the 
other schools were mainly dependent, began with the 
estabhslinient of the court at Madrid by Philip II 
in 1561, and lasted through the reigns of Philip II, 
Pliilip III, and Philip IV. The court painters nec- 
essarily devoted most of their time to portraiture, and 
portraits of reigning sovereigns and nobles were made 
by them for every town and city in Spain. Por- 
traiture presupposes reaUsm, wliich was in accord with 
the tendencies of the time. 

PlTJlip II called to Ms court Antonio Moro, of 
Utrecht (1512-1588), who had been court painter to 
Charles V in Flanders, and Moro, though at first 
following the Flemish manner, soon broadened his 
individual art by studying the Venetian examples 
at Madrid. He was succeeded by his pupil Alonzo 
Sanchez Coello (died 1590), and he in his turn by 
Juan Pantoja de la Cruz (1551-1610), who was court 
painter for Philip III. During the reign of this latter 
prince there was a decadence in the art of Spain, but 
under Philip IV there occurred the greatest epoch of 
Spanish art, in the work of Velazquez, liis son-in-law 
Mazo, Fray Juan Rizi, Don Juan Carreiio, and Anto- 
linez. 

Then ensues a long period of inaction until, in the 
latter part of the eighteenth centurj^, Goya becomes 
pre-eminent. 

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in Paris, and are influenced by the French masters, 
but have also marked individuality. 



MORALES, LUIS (called II Divino). Born at 
Badajoz, 1509; died 1586. Of the School of 
Estramadura. 

His work, somewhat archaic in manner, and showing 
the influence of Leonardo da Vinci, is markedly indi- 
vidual. 



EL GRECO (Domenico Theotocopuli, called El 
Greco). Born in Crete about 1548; died 1625. 

He led a secluded life in Toledo, where he painted 
with strong individuality. His work expresses his 
character, vehement, revolutionary, and often e.x- 
travagant. He simulated the technique of Titian, 
under whom it is assumed that he studied, and his color- 
ing is strongly influenced by the carmine and silver 
tones of Tintoretto. His work has spasmodic vigor 
and realism. 



TRISTAN, LUIS. Born in Toledo, 1594; died 
1649. 

A pupil of El Greco, under whom he gained facility 
and freedom of technique, but never approached El 
Greco's courage and audacity. His work slightly 
influenced Velazquez. 



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School of Valencia: 



ESPINOZA, JACINTO GERONIMO DE. Born 
in Cocentagna in 1600; died in Valencia, 1680. 

Studied under Francesco Ribalta and in Italy. His 
work, of which there is much in the churches of 
Valencia, shows the influence of the Umbrian School. 



RIBERA, JOSE DE (called II Spagnoletto). 
Born at Xativa in 1588; died at Naples, 1656. 

Began his studies in Valencia under Ribalta, and 
later went to Italy and was influenced by Caravaggio. 
His work is characterized by free technique, forcible 
and expressive modelling, and broad light and shade. 
His subjects, sad and morose, are often unpleasant, 
but not repulsive. He was most prolific in work and 
painted a vast number of canvases. 



School of Seville: 

ZURBARAN, FRANCISCO. Born at Fuento di 
Cantos, 1598; died Madrid, 1662. 

A pupil of Juan di Roelas at Seville, where are to be 
found his best works. His art was one of great no- 
bility and simplicity, vigorous, decorative, and with 
masterly drawing. He was not a great colorist, but 
was especially skilful in his treatment of white dra- 
peries and of the heavy folds of ample robes. 



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MURILLO, BARTOLOME ESTEBAN. Born in 
Seville, 1617; died 1682. 

A pupil of Juan di Castillo. 

One of the best known of the Spanish masters, and 
popular for his agreeeable color, the sentiment of his 
work, and the agreeable quality of his tone. The 
characteristic softening of one color into another and 
the blending of contrasting adjacent tones differen- 
tiate his work from most painters of his time. He was 
evidently influenced by Andrea del Sarto. 

He founded an academy of art in Seville in 1658. 

GOMEZ, SEBASTIAN. Died 1682. 

The mulatto slave of Murillo, who was devoted to 
his master and copied his methods so well that some 
of his work has been ascribed to Murillo. 



CANO, ALONZO. 1601-1667. 

Painter, sculptor, architect, pupil of Pacheco. His 
work resembles that of Murillo, with whom he studied. 
He was more of a sculptor than a painter, and was 
strongly classical in his taste. 




School of Madrid: 

MORO, ANTONIO. Born in Utrecht, 1512; died 
1588. 

His early work was influenced by the Netherland 
masters. He became portrait painter to Charles V 
in Flanders, and went to the court of Philip II in 



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Spain, was strongly influenced by the Titians in Madrid, 
painting with Venetian splendor combined with 
Spanish severity, and became one of the greatest of 
portrait painters. 



COELLO, ALONZO SANCHEZ. Born at Beni- 
fayro; died at Madrid, 1590. 

Pupil of Moro. He became court painter to Philip 
II. His work is painstaking, correct in drawing and 
strong in character. 



CRUZ, JUAN PANTOJA DE LA. Born at 
Madrid, 1551; died 1610. 

Pupil of Coello. Painted for Philip II and Philip 
III. 



VELAZQUEZ, DON DIEGO. Born in SeviUe, 
June 6, 1599; died 1660. 

Pupil of Pacheco, at the age of twelve, and, it is also 
thought, was influenced by Francisco de Herrera, the 
Elder. In 1625 Pacheco introduced liim to the court 
of the young Philip IV, and he soon became court 
painter. He visited Italy in 1629 and again in 1649. 
His work, at first most painstaking in literal dehnea- 
tion, faithful representation, and sober in color, be- 
comes in his later manner of great nobility, and full 
of color, especially characteristic and unmistakable for 
his fine harmonies in gray. He is one of the greatest 
of all masters of painting. 



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MAZO, JUAN MARTINEZ. Born 1612; died 
1667. 

Pupil and son-in-law of Velazquez, an admirable 
painter, second only to his master, whose manner he 
so closely follows that his work has often been as- 
cribed to Velazquez. 



PEREDA. Born 1599 in Valladolid; died 1669. 

Pupil of Pedro de las Cuevas, noted for his originahty 
and masterly technique. His work had no resem- 
blance to the School of Velazquez, but somewhat re- 
sembled that of Ribera. 




RIZI, FRAY JUAN. Born in Madrid, 1595; died 
in Rome, 1675. 

Son of Antonio Rizi, of Bologna, who was a pupil of 
Zucchero. 

Juan Rizi was a pupil of Fray Juan Bautista Mayno, 
and became a Benedictine monk at Monserrat, 1626; 
later went to Rome and joined the monks at Monte 
Cassino. He painted for all the houses of his order, 
and was a strong reahst, exact in portraiture and 
simple in technique. He founded his style on that 
of Velazquez. 




COLLANTES, FRANCISCO. 1599-1656. 

A pupil of Carducho, who painted decorative 
pictures, with large figures, on beautiful color. His 
work was influenced by Bassano. 



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CARRENO, DON JUAN DE MIRANDA. 
Born 1614; died 1685. 

Educated in School of Pedro de las Cuevas and 
under Bartolome Roman. Appointed court painter by 
Philip IV about 1651. He made many portraits of 
the sovereigns, especiallj'^ of the queen mother. His 
work was uneven in quality, but interesting in com- 
position. He painted many subject pictures. 

HERRERA, FRANCISCO DE, EL MOZO. 
Born 1622; died 1685. 

The son of Herrera El Viejo. His work was austere 
in character. 



ANTOLINEZ, JOSE. Born Seville, 1639; died 
1676. 

A pupil of Francisco Rizi. While liimself of disa- 
greeable and contemptible personaUty, his work had 
perfect tone and fresh color, and was Titianesque 
in quahty; and his liistorical pieces are noted for their 
fine landscape backgrounds. 

ESCALANTE, JUAN ANTONIO. Born 1630; 
died Madrid, 1670. 

Pupil of Francisco Rizi. A remarkable copyist, who 
was much influenced bv Tintoretto in his own work. 



ANTOLINEZ, FRANCISCO DE SARABIA. 
1644-1700. 

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went to Matlrid and abandoned painting for a time, but 
later both in Se\iUe and Madrid was obliged to paint 
for a livelihood. He was an exquisite artist, who did 
not love his art. His works, though somewhat in- 
correct, are full of grace and elegance and with coloring 
which recalls Murillo. 



GOYA Y LUCIENTES, FRANCISCO. Born 
at Fuente di Todos, 1746; died Bordeaux, 1828. 

Court painter to Charles IV. A unique and original 
genius, satirical in his art, with keen observation and 
great facility of expression. Rebellious against con- 
ventions and against the time necessary for the com- 
pletion of a picture, he alternately sketched broadly 
and finished minutelj'' on the same canvas. 

His tones are low, at times silvery, and sometimes 
with lurid warmth. 



MEZQUITA, JOSfi MARIA LOPEZ. Born in 
Granada, within the walls of the Alhambra, in 1883. 

Studied fii'st under Larrocha and the Valencian, 
CeciUo Pl^ y Gallardo; then in Madrid, and after- 
wards in Paris under a scholarship granted by the 
Infanta Dona Isabel de Borb6n. At the age of eigh- 
teen he won the first medal at Madrid by his Prisoners, 
now in the Museo Moderno. In 1903 he won a medal 
at the Paris Salon. In 1904 he was elected a mem- 
ber of the Soci^te du Salon d'Automne. 



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ARANDA, JOSfi JIMfiNEZ. Contemporary 
Spanish painter. Born Seville, 1837; died 1903. 

Pupil Escuela de Bellas Artes, Seville. Exhibited 
at National Exhibition of Fine Arts, Madrid, 1846. 



FORTUNY Y CARBO, MARIANO JOSfi 
MARIA. Born Reus, Spain, June 11, 1838; died 
Rome, November 21, 1874. 

Was son of a carpenter. Brought early to Barce- 
lona, he entered the Escuela de Bellas Artes, where 
he immediately distinguished himself. Aside from the 
instruction of that school, he was taught by Claudio 
Lorenzale. He gained in 1857 the pension for study 
at Rome opened to competition by the Provincial 
Assembly. This pension was continued, that Fortuny 
might paint for it the Spanish War in Morocco from 
1859 to 1S60. The result of his stay with the army was 
a wonderful series of paintings, sketches, and studies. 
Fortuny began in Rome, and ended in Paris in 1876, 
the painting La Vicaria, the painting which first won 
for the artist general recognition and for which Meis- 
sonier himself posed. Fortuny had marvellous skill 
in combinations of the most intense colors. 



CANALS Y LLAMBl, RICARDO. Ricardo 
Canals, a contemporary Spanish painter. Bom in 
Barcelona, December 11, 1876. 

Pupil of Escuela de Bellas Artes, Barcelona. He 
was one of the founders, and is president of the society 
Salon de las Artes y de los Artistas, which holds annual 
exhibitions at Barcelona. Canals is distinguished by 



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the delicacy and harmony of his coloring. His works 
present by preference scenes characteristic of his 
country. A special feature among his subjects is the 
grouping of babes on the lap of their mother. 



MADRAZO Y GARRETA, RAIMUNDO. Son 
of Federico Madrazo y Kuntz. Born in Rome, 1841. 
Resides in Paris. 

A pupil of his father and of the Academia de San 
Fernando and later of Coguiet in Paris. Exhibited 
at Seville in 1868 The Arrival in Spain of the Body 
of the Apostle St. James. Won a first medal at the 
Universal Exposition of 1S7S in Paris, where he ex- 
hibited man J' paintings. 



ZULOAGA, IGNACIO. Born July 26, 1870, at 
Eibar, Guipuzcoa. Resides 54 Rue Caulaincourt, 
Paris. 

For sketch see Catalogue of Paintings by Ignacio 
Zuloaga, exhibited by the Hispanic Society of America, 
March 21 to April 11, 1909, with introduction by 
Christian Brinton. The Hispanic Society of America, 
New York, 1909. 

SOROLLA Y BASTIDA, JOAQUlN. Born Va- 
lencia, February 27, 1863. Resides ObcUsco 13-15, 
Madrid. 

For sketch see Catalogue of Paintings b}'' Joaquin 
Sorolla y Bastida exhibited by the Hispanic Society 
of America, February 8 to March 8, 1909, with intro- 



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duction by Leonard Williams, 
of America, New York, 1909. 



The Hispanic Society 



SANCHEZ PERKIER, EMILIO. Born in Seville 
and a pupil of Eduardo Cano. Distinguished as a 
landscape painter. Honorably mentioned at the 
Paris Exhibition in 1886, and the recipient of a medal 
there in 1889. 




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EDMUND C. TARBELL 



COPLEY HALL, BOSTON 
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PAINTINGS BY 



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The Copley Society of Boston 

Copley Hall, May. 1912 




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PAINTINGS 



1.— PORTRAIT OF PAUL WELLS 

Lent by Mr. Frank L. Wells 

2.— PORTRAIT OF MARY VAN NESS H. 

Le7it by Mr. L. F. Hyde, New York 

3.— THE BREAKFAST-ROOM 

Lent by Mr. Clement B. Newbold, Philadelphia, Pa. 

4.— PORTRAIT OF HENRY LEE MORSE 

Lent by Dr. Henry Lee Morse 



5.— PORTRAIT 

Le7it by Mrs. J. G. Bradley 



6.— PORTRAIT OF MRS. C. 

Lent by Mr. Lawrerice Minot 



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7.— GIRL CROCHETING 

Lent by Mr. Bela L. Pratt 

8.— PORTRAIT OF DR. REYNOLDS 

Lent by Dr. Edward Reynolds 

9.— GIRL READING 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Association, 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

10.— GIRL WITH DOG 

Lent by Mr. Stephen Codman 

IL— GIRL READING 

Lent by the Boston Museum of Fine Arts 

12.— THE VENETIAN BLIND 

Lent by the Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Mass. 



13.— PORTRAIT OF PRESIDENT EMERITUS 
L. CLARK SEEL YE of Smith College 

Lent by Smith College, Northampton, Mass. 



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14.— MY CHILDREN IN THE PINE WOODS 

Lent by the Boston Museum of Fine Arts 

15.— JOSEPHINE AND MERCIE 

Lent by the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. 



16.— THE DREAMER 

Lent by the Artist 



17.— GIRLS READING 

Lent by Mrs. Daniel Merriman 

18.— PORTRAIT OF MRS. A. 

Lent by Mr. Oakes Aines, North Easton, Mass. 

19.— THE CORAL NECKLACE 

Lent by Mr. A. B. Gwathmey, New York 

20.— PORTRAIT OF MRS. lASIGI 

Lent by Miss Nora lasigi 



21.— THE GOLDEN SCREEN 

Lent by the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



22— PORTRAIT OF MR. AND MRS. P. 

(Unfinished) 

Lent by Mr. F. H. Prince 



23.— EX-PRESIDENT D WIGHT of Yale Uni- 
versity 

Lent by Yale University, New Haven, Conn. 



24.— PORTRAIT OF DR. FRANKLIN DEXTER 

Lent by Dr. Franklin Dexter 

25.— THE GIRL IN THE PINES 

Lent by Mr. S. D. Bush 

26.— GIRL SAILING A BOAT 

Lent by Mrs. William Burnham, Philadelphia, Pa. 



27.— ON BOS'N'S HILL 

Lent by Mr. S. D. Bush 



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28.— THE REHEARSAL IN THE STUDIO 

Lent by the Artist 

29— PORTRAIT OF HARVEY GUSHING, M.D. 

Lent by Mrs. Harvey Gushing, Baltimore, Md. 

30.— THE MIRROR 

Lent by the Queen City Club, Cincinnati, Ohio 

31.— PORTRAIT OF MRS. P. 

Lent by Mrs. John C. Phillips 

32.— PORTRAIT OF MR. JUSTICE HAMMOND 

Lent by Judge John W. Hammond 

33.— PREPARING FOR THE MATINEE 

Lent by Washington University, St. Louis, Mo. 



34.— PORTRAIT OF MRS. JOHN S. LAWRENCE 

Lent by Mr. John S. Lawrence 



35.— MOTHER AND CHILD IN PINE WOODS 

Lent by Mr. Dwight Blaney 

36.— PORTRAIT OF MR. EDWARD ROBINSON 

Lent by the Boston Museum of Fine Arts 

37.— GIRL MENDING 

Lent by Mr. Robert T. Paine, 2d 



38.— PORTRAIT OF LITTLE MISS C. 

(Unfinished) 

Lent by Miss Catherine A. Codman 



39.— NEW ENGLAND INTERIOR 

Lent by Miss Catherine A. Codman 

40.— PORTRAIT OF MR. H. 

Lent by Mr. Z. T. Hollingsworih 

4L— PORTRAIT OF A BOY 

Lent by Mrs. Matthew Luce, Sr. 



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42.— PORTRAIT OF MRS. JACOB ROGERS 

Lent by Mrs. P. E. Dunbar, Lowell, Mass. 

43.— INTERIOR 

Lent by Dr. George Woodward, Chestnut Hill, Pa. 

44.— CHILDREN AND HORSES 

Lent by Mrs. Eben C. Stanwood 

45.— THE RIVERBANK 

Lent by Mr. John P. Lyman 

46.— BREAKFAST ON THE PIAZZA 

Lent by Mr. Frank P. Carpenter, Manchester, N.H. 

47.— JUNE SUNLIGHT 

Letit by Mrs. J. Montgomery Sears 

48.— MOTHER AND CHILD 

Lent by Mrs. David P. Kimball 



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49.— THE BLUE VEIL 

Lent by Mr. Francis Bartlett 



50.— SUMMER BREEZE 

Lent by Mr. Frank P. Carpenter, Manchester, N.H. 

51.— GIRL CUTTING PATTERNS 

Lent by Mrs. Edmund C. Tarbell 

52.— LADY IN YELLOW 

Lent by Mr. Stephen Codman 

53.— THE TURQUOISE RING 

Lent by The Art Club, Philadelphia, Pa. 

54.— WOMAN IN PINK AND GREEN 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum Association, 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

55.— PORTRAIT OF MR. JAMES P. STEARNS 

Lent by the National Shawmut Bank 



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56— ACROSS THE ROOM 

Lent by Mr. Charles A. Piatt, New York 

57.— THE GOLDEN CRESCENT 

Lent by Miss Grelchen W. Rogers 



58.— THE OPAL 

Lent by Mr. S. D. Bush 



59.— LADY IN PINK 

Lent by Mr. Lorin F. Deland 



60.— CHILD WITH HORSE 

Lent by Mr. Dwight Blaney 

6L— MY FAMILY AT COTUIT 

Lent by Mrs. Edmund C. Tarbell 

62.— A SUMMER IDYL 

Lent by Mrs. Edmund C. Tarbell 






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64.— WOMAN IN WHITE 

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1.— "RUTH" 

Marie Danforth Page 

Lent hy Mrs. William J. Ripley 



2.— PORTRAIT OF MADAME A. 

Emil Ahlborn 



Lent by Emil Ahlborn, Esq. 



3.— LADY WITH FAN 

Frank Duveneck 

Lent by Mrs. M. A . DeWolfe Howe 



4.— PORTRAIT OF PROFESSOR PAGET 

Mary Curtis Richardson 

Lent by Mrs. Mary Curtis Richardson 



5.— PORTRAIT OF J. R. C. 

Anders Zorn 

Lent by J. Randolph Coolidge, Esq. 



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6.— PORTRAIT OF CHARLES P. GREENOUGH 

Gertrude Fiske 
Lent by Mrs. Charles P. Greenough 

7.— PORTRAIT 

Adelaide Cole Chase 

Lent by Mrs. William Chester Chase 

8.— PORTRAIT OF F. L. HIGGINSON, Esq. 

Wilbur Dean Hamilton 
Lent by F. L. Higginson, Jr., Esq. 

9.— "THREE PORTRAITS" 

Wm. Sergeant Kendall 

Lent by Mrs. Wm. Sergeant Kendall 

10— PORTRAIT OF MRS. JOHN S. LAWRENCE 

Edmund C. Tarbell 
Lent by Mrs. John Laivrence 

IL— PORTRAIT OF ANDREW N. WINSLOW, Jr. 

Giovanni Battista Troccoli 
Lent by Mrs. sindreiv N. Winslow 







12.— PORTRAIT OF MISS PEVEAR 

Carroll Beckwith 
Lent by Miss Nellie 0. Pevear 



13.— PORTRAIT OF MRS. C. 

W. Von Glehn 

Lent by Mrs. Harold J. Coolidge 



14.— PORTRAIT 

Cecilia Beaux 

Lent by Mrs. Henry P. King 



15.— PORTRAIT OF MISS BRICE 

Joh7i S. Sargent, R.A. 
Lent by Miss Helen Brice 

16.— PORTRAIT OF MRS. ENDICOTT 

John S. Sargent, R.A. 
Lent by Williojn C. Endicott, Jr., Esq. 



17.— PORTRAIT 

Johi S. Sargent, R.A. 

Lent by Mrs. J. Montgomery Sears 



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18.— PORTRAIT OF HARRIET SEARS AMORY 

Cecilia Beaux 
Lent by Mrs. William Amory 

19.— PORTRAIT 

Cecilia Beaux 

Lent by Mrs. Benjamin Vaughan 

20.— PORTRAIT 

Hoivard Gardiner Cushing 

Lent by Howard Gardiner Cushing, Esq. 



21.— "JACKY" 



Lydia Emmet 
Lent by Mrs. John C. Phillips 



22.— PORTRAIT 



/. M. Gaugengigl 
Lent by John Richardson, Esq. 




23.— PORTRAIT OF MR. G. IN COSTUME 

Edmund C. Tarbell 
Lent by The Tavern Club 



24.— PORTRAIT OF JOHN C. GRAY, Jr., 

Charles Hopkinson 
Lent by Roland Gray, Esq. 

25.— PORTRAIT OF CHARLES FRANCIS 
ADAMS, Esq. 

Robert Vonnoh 

Lent by Charles Francis Adains, Esq. 

26.— PORTRAIT OF MRS. A. 

Richard Andrew 

Lent by Richard Andrew, Esq. 

27.— PORTRAIT OF MRS. WM. L. MacKEE 
AND HER DAUGHTERS 

Henry Caro-Delvaille 
Lent by Mrs. Wm. L. MacKee 

28.— MASTER OF THE NORFOLK HOUNDS 

Charles Hopkinson 
Lent by Mrs. Benjamin Vaughan 

29.— "MISS H. AND DOG" 

Arthur M. Hazard 

Lent by Mrs. I. B. Hosford 



30.— "ELEANOR" 



John E. Bird 



Lent by John E. Bird, Esq. 



31.— PORTRAIT OF MISS D. 



W. W. Churchill 
Lent by W. W. Churchill, Esq. 



32.— PORTRAIT OF ALWIN SCHROEDER 

Mary Brewster Hazelton 
Lent by Alwin Schroeder, Esq. 



33.— "IN THE STUDIO" 



Gari Melchers 




Lent by Hugo Reisinger, Esq. 

34.— PORTRAIT OF MRS. SEWALL 

Willia7n Thome 
Lent by Rufus L. Sewall, Esq. 



Sarah C. Sears 
Lent by Mrs. J. Montgomery Sears 



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36— PORTRAIT 

Ignacio Zuloaga 

Lent by George R. Fearing, Esq. 



37.— PORTRAIT OF AN ARTIST 

Georges d'Espagnat 
Lent by Messrs. Durand-Ruel 

38.— MA COUSINE 

Ignacio Zuloaga 

Lent by George R. Fearing, Esq. 



39.— PORTRAIT OF MISS X. 

Albert Andre 

Lent by Messrs. Durand-Ruel 



40.— PORTRAIT OF TWO LADIES IN A 
GARDEN 

Mary Cassatt 

Lent by Messrs. Durand-Ruel 



41.— PORTRAIT OF MRS. M. 

J.J. Shannon 

Lent by Mrs. E. P. Motley 



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42.— PORTRAIT OF MASTER N. 

Pierre Auguste Renoir 
Lent by Messrs. Durand-Ruel 

43.— PORTRAIT OF MISS N. 

Pierre Auguste Renoir 
Lent by Messrs. Durand-Ruel 

44.— PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG LADY READING 

Mary Cassatt 
Lent by Messrs. Durand-Ruel 

45.— PORTRAIT OF GENTLEMAN 

Ayiders Zorn 

Lent by John Chipnian Ch'ay, Esq. 




46.— PORTRAIT OF MADAME MONET AND 
CHILD 

Claude Monet 

Lent by Desmond FitzGerald, Esq. 



Georges d'Espagnat 
Lent by Messrs. Durand-Ruel 



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48— PORTRAIT 

Frank W. Benson 

Lent by George Crompton, Esq. 

49.— KATHLEEN 

/. M. Gaugengigl 

Lent by Mrs. A. Lawrence Rotch 

50.— MISS W. 

Joseph De Camp 

Lent by Joseph De Camp, Esq. 

51.— PORTRAIT OF MRS. GUSHING 

Howard Gardiner Gushing 
Lent by Alexander Cochrane, Esq. 

52.— PORTRAIT OF MRS. JOHN S. AMES 

Edmund C. Tarbell 
Lent by John S. Ames, Esq. 

53.— PORTRAIT OF FRANGIS I. AMORY, Esq. 

Joseph De Camp 
Lent by Francis I. Amory, Esq. 



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54.— "SYLVIA" 

Frank W. Benson 

Lent by Frank W. Benson, Esq. 

55— PORTRAIT OF MISS 

William M. Paxton 
Lent by William M. Paxton, Esq. 

56— PORTRAIT OF JEAN GUIFFREY 

Louis Kronberg 
Lent by Louis Kronberg, Esq. 

57.— PORTRAIT OF MISS X. 

Leslie P. Thompson 

Lent by Leslie P. Thompson, Esq. 

58.— PORTRAIT OF MR. STORROW 

Wilton Lockwood 
Lent by J. J. Storrow, Esq. 

59.— PORTRAIT OF MRS. C. 

Edmund C. Tarbell 

Lent by Mrs. Samuel Cabot, Sr. 



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60.— MOTHER AND DAUGHTER 

John S. Sargent, R.A. 

Lent by Fiske Warren, Esq. 

61— PORTRAIT OF MRS. H. B. STANTON 

I. M. Gaugengigl 
Lent by Mrs. Charles R. Hay den 

62.— PORTRAIT OF CHILDREN 

Charles Hopkinson 

Lent by Mrs. R. T. Paine, 2d 

63.— PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST 

F. H. Tompkins 

Lent by F. H. Tompkins, Esq. 

64.— PORTRAIT 

Russell Gi'eeley 

Lent by Mrs. Arthur W. Blake 

65.— MRS. TALBOT ALDRICH 

Carl J. Nordell 

Lent by Talbot Aldrich, Esq. 




66.— MRS. ARTHUR HUNNEWELL 

John S. Sargent, R.A. 
Lent by Mrs. Arthur Hunnewell 

67.— PORTRAIT OF MRS. EMORY CLAPP 

S. Seymour Thomas 
Lent by S. Seymour Thomas, Esq. 



68.— PORTRAIT 

Wilton Lockwood 

Lent by Mrs. Stephen M. Weld 



69.— PORTRAIT OF JEROME 

George de Forest Brtish 
Lent by Mrs. Nathaniel Thayer 

70.— PORTRAIT OF MRS. B. 

Frederick A. Bosley 

Lent by Frederick A. Bosley, Esq. 



71.— "A VILLAGE BOY" 

Robert Henri 

Lent by Robert Henri, Esq. 



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72.— PORTRAIT OF MOTHER AND CHILD 

Mary Curtis Richardson 
Lent by Mrs. Mary Curtis Richardson 

73.— EDWARD EVERETT HALE, 3d 

Henry Oliver Walker 
Lent by Henry Oliver Walker, Esq. 

74.— PORTRAIT OF MISS EMERSON 

C. W. Hudson 
Lent by Edward W. Forbes, Esq. 



75.— PORTRAIT OF A LADY 



Lent by Casilear Cole, Esq. 



Casilear Cole 



76.— PORTRAIT OF MISS ELSIE WILLIAMS 

Lilla Cabot Perry 
Lent by Mrs. T. S. Perry 

77.— PORTRAIT 

Prince Pierre Troubetzkoy 

Lent by John Parkinson, Esq. 



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78.— PORTRAIT SKETCH OF JOSEPH GRAF- 
TON MINOT 

E. F. Laszlo 

Lent by Joseph Grafton Minot, Esq. 



79.— PORTRAIT OF MRS. R. S. C. 

Prince Pierre Trovbetzkoy 
Lent by Mrs. Russell Codnian 

80.— PORTRAIT OF A LADY 

William Thome 

Lent by Henry H. Fay, Esq. 

81.— "OBOE PLAYER" 

Thomas Eakins 

Lent by Dr. Benjamin Sharp 

82.— PORTRAIT OF ART STUDENTS 

Philip L. Hale 
Lent by Philip L. Hale, Esq, 

S3.— PORTRAIT OF MRS. GIDEON SCULL 

Lilla Cabot Perry 
Lent by Mrs. Gideon Scidl 




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84.— "LADY WITH BLACK SCARF" 

Adolphe Borie 
Lent by Adolphe Borie, Esq. 

85.— DR. ALEXANDER ANDERSON 

Albert Sterner 
Lent by Dr. Alexander Anderson 

86.— PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG MAN 

Denman Waldo Ross 
Lent by Denman Waldo Ross, Esq. 



87.— STUDY 

Williavi James 

Lent by William James, Esq. 



88.— "RUTH" 

Jean Nutting Oliver 

Lent by Miss Jean Nutting Oliver 



89.— PORTRAIT OF SIR J. FORBES-ROBERT- 
SON AS HAMLET 

Casilear Cole 

Lent by Casilear Cole, Esq. 



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90.— PORTRAIT OF DR. CHARLES FLEISCHER 

Mary L. Macomber 

Lent by Dr. Charles Fleischer 

9 L— PORTRAIT 

Augustus Vincent Tack 

Lent by Gaetano Cartaino Scarpitta, Esq. 

92.— PORTRAIT 

R. S. Merrijman 

Lent by Matthew Hale, Esq. 

93.— PORTRAIT OF A CHILD 

Henry 0. Walker 

Lent by Mrs. Arthur W. Blake 



94.— PORTRAIT 



Casilear Cole 



Lent by Casilear Cole, Esq. 



95.— BINDING A BOOK 



Marie Danforth Page 
Lent by Dr. Harris P. Mosher 



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95A.— TERESA 



Ralph McLellan 
Lent by Philip Y. De Normandie, Esq. 



96— PORTRAIT 



G. A. Aiken 



Lent by C. A. Aiken, Esq. 



97.— PORTRAIT OF MADAME FRANCOIS 
MILLET 

Jessie Savage Cole 

Lent by Casilear Cole, Esq. 

98.— PORTRAIT 

Ignacio Zuloaga 

Lent by George R. Fearing, Esq. 

99.— JOHN STEBBINS KENNARD 

Ethel Blanchard Collver 

Lent by Mrs. Arthur W. Kennard 



100.— PORTRAIT OF A LADY 

George de Forest Brush 

Lent by Mrs. Fiske Warren 



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DRAWINGS 



101.— PORTRAIT OF GEORGE ARLISS, Esq. 

Cecilia Beaux 
Lent by Miss Cecilia Beaux 

102.— PORTRAIT OF PRESIDENT ARTHUR T. 
HADLEY 

Cecilia Beaux 

Lent by President Arthur T. Hadley 

103.— PORTRAIT OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE 

ITALIAN AMBASSADOR 

Cecilia Beaux 

Lent by Miss Cecilia Beaux 

104.— PORTRAIT OF THE DUCHESS OF 
MARLBOROUGH 

Paul Helleu 

Lent by Mrs. Cleveland Bigelow 

105.— PORTRAIT OF MRS. B. 

Pa^d Helleu 
Lent by Mrs. Cleveland Bigelow 



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106.— PORTRAIT OF MRS. B. 



Paul Helleu 



Lent by Mrs. Cleveland Bigelow 



107.— PORTRAIT OF MRS. F. G. 



Paul Helleu 



Lent by Mrs. Cleveland Bigelow 

108.— PORTRAIT 

John Briggs Potter 

Lent by Mrs. A. T. Cabot 

109.— PORTRAIT OF MRS. BRANDEGEE 

John Briggs Potter 
Lent by Mrs. Edward D. Brandegee 

110.— PORTRAIT 

John Briggs Potter 

Lent by Mrs. A. T. Cabot 



111.— MISS ALICE THORNDIKE 

John E. Bird 

Lent by Mrs. John L. Thorndike 



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112— PORTRAIT OF MISS DE FORD 

John E. Bird 
Lent by Miss Alice De Ford 

113— PORTRAIT OF HAROLD STERNER 

Albert Sterner 
Lent by Albert Sterner, Esq. 

114.— PORTRAIT OF MRS. C. H. JOY 

Pierre Emile Cornellier 
Lent by Mrs. Francis Gray 

115.— NANCY HALE 

Lilian Westcott Hale 

Lent by Mrs. Philip L. Hale 

116.— PORTRAIT OF A LADY 
(Charcoal Drawing) 

Lilian Westcott Hole 

Lent by the Owner 

117.— PORTRAIT OF MR. T. 0. L. 

I. M. Gaugengigl 
Lent by St. Botolph Club 




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118.— PORTRAIT DRAWING OF R. B. 

Susan H. Bradley 
Lent by Mrs. Leverett Bradley 

119.— PORTRAIT DRAWING OF W. H. B. 

Sv^an H. Bradley 
Lent by Mrs. Leverett Bradley 

120.— M. PADEREWSKI 

Joseph Lindon Smith 

Lent by The Tavern Club 

121.— "CATHERINE" 

John E. Bird 

Lent by Philip Richardson, Esq. 

122.— MRS. WILLIAM S. SPAULDING 

Albert Sterner 

Lent by William S. Spaulding, Esq. 



123.— PORTRAIT OF THORNTON OAKLEY, Esq. 

Cecilia Beaux 

Lent by Thornton Oakley, Esq. 



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124.— PORTRAIT SKETCH 
(Charcoal Drawing) 

Sarah C. Sears 

Lent by Mrs. J. Montgomery Sears 

125.— PORTRAIT OF MISS MARION SPRAGUE 

Johii Briggs Potter 
Lent by Mrs. Edward D. Brandegee 

126.— EX-MAYOR DR. SAMUEL A. GREEN 

(Etching) Dwight C. Sturges 

Lent by Messrs. Doll & Richards 

127.— ICATRINA SPAULDING 

Albert Sterner 

Lent by William S. Spaidding, Esq. 

128.— MAJOR H. L. HIGGINSON 

Joseph Lindon S7nith 
Lent by Mrs. H. L. Higginson 

129.— MRS. G. PEABODY GARDNER, Jr. 

Albert Sterner 
Lent by Mrs. G. Peabody Gardner, Jr. 




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130.— DRAWING 

Joseph Lindon Smith 

Lent by Mrs. Samuel Cabot 



131.— JOSEPH HODGES CHOATE 

John S. Sargent, R.A. 
Lent by Mrs. Joseph H. Choate 

132.— MAJOR HENRY LEE HIGGINSON 

John S. Sargent, R.A. 
Lent by A. Henry Higginson, Esq. 



133.— MRS. WILLIAM PHILLIPS 

(Charcoal Drawing) 

John S. Sargent, R.A. 

Lent by William Phillips, Esq. 



134.— DR. CHARLES FLEISCHER 

John S. Sargent, R.A. 

Lent by Dr. Charles Fleischer 



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135.— J. COLEMAN DRAYTON, Esq. 

John S. Sargent, R.A. 
Lent by Mrs. William Phillips 

136.— PENCIL SKETCH 

John S. Sargent, R.A . 

Lent by Mrs. J. Montgomery Sears 

137.— PENCIL SKETCH 

John S. Sargent, R.A . 

Lent by Mrs. J. Montgomery Sears 

138.— MRS. PAUL DANA 

John S. Sargent, R.A . 
Lent by Mrs. Paul Dana 

139.— DR. WILLIAM H. DRAPER 

John S. Sargent, R.A. 
Lent by Mrs. W. H. Draper 

140.— MRS. A. HENRY HIGGINSON 

John S. Sargent, R.A. 

Lent by A. Henry Higginson, Esq. 




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141.— PORTRAIT 



John S. Sargent, R.A. 
Lent by Mrs. J. Montgomery Sears 



142.— PORTRAIT 

John S. Sargent, R.A. 

Lent by Joseph B. Warner, Esq. 



143.— SKETCH OF MISS MABEL CHOATE 

John S. Sargent, R.A. 
Lent by Mrs. Joseph H. Choate 

144.— MISS RUTH DRAPER 

John S. Sargent, R.A. 
Lent by Mrs. W. H. Draper 



144A.— HENRY ADAMS 

John Briggs Potter 

Lent by Henry Adams, Esq. 



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MINIATURES 



1— MARTINA BRANDEGEE 

L^icia Fairchild Fuller 

Lent by Mrs. Edward D. Brandegee 

2.— LUNA MOTH 

Lucia Fairchild Fuller 

Lent by Mrs. L. F. Fuller 

3.— RED FLOWER 

Lucia Fairchild Fuller 

Lent by Mrs. L. F. Fidler 

Lucia Fairchild Fidler 
Lent by Mrs. L. Carteret Fenno 

5.— CAROLINE S. SALTONSTALL 

Lucia Fairchild Fuller 

Lent by Robert Saltonstall, Esq. 



4.— CHILD 




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6.— MARY CALLENDER AMES 

Lucia Fairchild Fuller 
Lent by Miss Mary S. Ames 



7.— MRS. BRANDEGEE 

Lucia Fairchild Fuller 

Lent by Mrs. Edward D. Brandegee 



8.— PORTRAIT OF MRS. THOMAS P. CURTIS 

Heloise G. Redfield 
Lent by Mrs. Thomas P. Curtis 



9.— PORTRAIT OF MISS B. 

Heloise G. Redfield 

Lent by Miss Heloise G. Redfield 



10.— MISS KATHERINE BOWLES 

Heloise G. Redfield 
Lent by Francis C. Bowles, Esq. 

11.— PORTRAIT OF MRS. WILMOT R. EVANS 

Sally Cross 
Lent by Mrs. Wells Dibble 



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12.— MISS ELLEN GRIFFIN 



Sally Cross 
Lent by E. L. Griffin, Esq. 



13.— BARBARA AND WALTER BAILEY 
(Unfinished) 

Sally Cross 

Lent by Mrs. Walter C. Bailey 



14 —MISS LILLIAN GARDENER 

Sally Cross 

Lent by Miss Sally Cross 



15— "CLORINDA" 

Mabel R. Welch 

Lent by Miss Mabel R. Welch 



16.— STUDY IN BLUES AND GREENS 

Alice Beckington 
Lent by Miss Alice Beckington 



17— HEAD IN SHADOW 

Alice Beckington 

Lent by Miss Alice Beckington 



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18.— GIRL IN GRAY COAT 



Maria J. Strean 
Lent by Miss Maria J. Strean 

19.— PORTRAIT 

Maria J. Strean 

Lent by Miss Maria J. Strean 

20.— THE BOOK OF TRAVELS 

Elsie Dodge Pattee 

Lent by Miss Elsie Dodge Pattee 

21.— IN THE NURSERY 

William J. Whittemore 

Lent by William J. Whittemore, Esq. 

22.— MISS B. M. 

William J. Whittemore 

Lent by William J. Whittemore, Esq. 

23.— STUDY OF A BLOND 

Laura Coombs Hills 

Lent by Miss Laura Coombs Hills 



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24.— ORANGE AND GRAY 



Laura Coombs Hills 
Lent by Miss Laura Coombs Hills 



25.— GIRL WITH VIOLETS 

Laura Coombs Hills 

Lent by Miss Laura Coombs Hills 



26.— THE BLUE BANDEAU 

Laura Coombs Hills 

Lent by Miss Laura Coombs Hills 



27.— RED-HAIRED GIRL 

Laura Coombs Hills 

Lent by Miss Laura Coombs Hills 



28.— LITTLE AGNES 

Laura Coombs Hills 

Lent by Laura Coombs Hills 



29.— PORTRAIT OF MISS GRETA ALLEN 

Alle7i S. Howland 

Lent by Miss Greta Allen 






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30.— "FIFI 



Jean Nutting Oliver 
Lent by Miss Jean Nutting Oliver 



31.— "DAY DREAMS" 



Jean Nutting Oliver 
Lent by Miss Jean Nutting Oliver 

32.— MRS. RICHARDSON 

Bertha Coolidge 

Lent by Miss Bertha Coolidge 

33.— PORTRAIT OF MRS. ROGER CUTLER 

Margaret Foote Haioley 
Lent by Miss A. A. Bradley 

34.— PORTRAIT OF MISS E. J. R. HAWLEY 

Margaret Foote Hawley 
Lent by Mrs. Joseph R. Hawley 



35.— PORTRAIT OF JOHN MASON 

Margaret Foote Hawley 
Lent by Mrs. Charles E. Mason 






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36.— PORTRAIT OF MISS MARY ROBINSON 

Margaret Foote Hawley 
Lent by Miss M. F. Hawley 

37.— PORTRAIT OF B. PRESTON CLARK, Jr. 

Margaret Foote Hawley 
Lent by B. Preston Clark, Esq. 

38.— PORTRAIT OF MISS RICE 

Evelyn Purdie 

Lent by Miss Purdie 



39.— PORTRAIT 

Evelyn Purdie 

Lent by Miss Purdie 



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of their banking business. 

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BOSTON 

1913 



International Exhibition 
of Modern Art 

Under the Auspices of the 

Association of American 
Painters and Sculptors, Inc. 




COPLEY SOCIETY OF BOSTON 

Copley Hall 

April Twenty-eighth to May Nineteenth 

1913 



Copyright, 1913 
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PREFACE 

Mr. Arthur B. Davies, President of the 
Association of American Painters and 
Sculptors, gave out the following state- 
ment on the last day of December 1912: 

"On behalf of the Executive Committee, I 
desire to explain the general attitude of the As- 
sociation and especially in regard to the Interna- 
tional Exhibition to be held in this city in February 
and March. 

"This is not an institution but an association. 
It is composed of persons of varying tastes and 
predilections, who are agreed on one thing, that 
the time has arrived for giving the public here the 
opportunity to see for themselves the results of 
new influences at work in other countries in an art 
way. 

"In getting together the works of the European 
Moderns, the Society has embarked on no propa- 
ganda. It proposes to enter on no controversy 
with any institution. Its sole object is to put the 
paintings, sculptures, and so on, on exhibition so 
that the intelligent may judge for themselves by 
themselves. 

"Of course controversies will arise, just as they 
have arisen under similar circumstances in France, 
Italy, Germany and England. But they will not 



be the result of any stand taken by this Association 
as such; on the other hand we are perfectly willing 
to assume full responsibility for providing the 
opportunity to those who may take one side or the 
other. 

"Any individual expression of opinion contrary 
to the above is at variance with the official resolu- 
tions of this Association." 

The wide publicity given to the above in the 
public press all over the country showed to what 
an extent it was accepted as a definite and precise 
expression of the policy and the aims of the As- 
sociation in its relation to the art of Europe and to 
the American public. That policy and those aims 
remain unchanged. 

Anything that can be said further must be but 
an amplification of the statement. The foreign 
paintings and sculptures here shown are regarded 
by the committee of the Association as expressive 
of the forces which have been at work abroad of 
late, forces which cannot be ignored because they 
have had results. 

The American artists responsible for bringing 
the works of the foreigners to this country consider 
the exhibition as of equal importance for them- 
selves as for the lay public. The less they find 
their work showing signs of the developments 
indicated in the Europeans, the more reason they 
will have to consider whether or not painters and 
sculptors here have fallen behind through escaping 



the incidence through distance and for other rea- 
sons of the forces that have manifested themselves 
on the other side of the Atlantic. 

Art is a sign of life. There can be no life without 
change, as there can be no development without 
change. To be afraid of what is different or un- 
familiar, is to be afraid of life. And to be afraid 
of life is to be afraid of truth, and to be a champion 
of superstition. This exhibition is an indication 
that the Association of American Painters and 
Sculptors is against cowardice even when it takea 
the form of amiable self satisfaction. 

No works by Americans are shown in the Boston 
Exhibition because of lack of space. The members 
of the Association preferred to withdraw all of their 
own paintings and sculptures rather than make a 
choice, or have themselves represented when other 
American exhibitors were not. They considered 
that the most important thing of all was to dis- 
play the European section of the International 
Exhibition to the greatest possible advantage. 

FREDERICK JAMES GREGG 




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Vice President J. Mowbray-Clarke 

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J. Mowbray-Clarke 
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Jo Davidson 
Arthur B. Davies 
Guy Pene Du Bois 
Sherry E. Fry 
William J. Glackens 
Robert Henri 

E. A. Kramer 



Ernest Lawson 
Jonas Lie 
George B. Luks 
Elmer L. MacRae 
Jerome Myers 
Frank A. Nankivell 
Bruce Porter 
Maurice Prendergast 
John Sloan 
Henry Fitch Taylor 
Allen Tucker 
Mahonri Young 



Walt Kuhn 

Honorary Vice Presidents 
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Mrs. Edwin Sherrill Dodge M. Auguste Renoir 
Mrs. Henry Fitch Taylor M. Odilon Redon 
Archer M. Huntington, Esq. Augustus John, Esq. 
Sir Hugh Lane Alfred Stieglitz, Esq. 

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John Quinn 



Honorary Members 

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List of Artists and 
Their VV^orks 



Unless otherwise stated, the work 
is an oil painting 



ARCHIPENKO, ALEXANDRE 

1 Negress (Sculpture) 

2 Family Life (Sculpture) 



BERNARD, JOSEPH 

3 Girl with Pitcher (Sculpture) 

BLANCHET, ALEXANDRE 

4 The Two Friends 

BOURDELLE, E. A. 

5 Heracles (Sculpture) 



BRANCUSI, CONST ANTIN 

6 The Kiss (Sculpture) 

7 Sleeping Muse (Sculpture) 

8 A Muse (Sculpture) 

9 Mile. Pogany (Sculpture) 



BRAQUE, GEORGES 

10 The Violin 

1 1 Antwerp 

12 The Forest 

Lent by M. Henry Kahnweiler 



CEZANNE, PAUL 



13 


Lithographs 




Lent by M. Ambroise Vollard 


14 


Woman with Rosary 




Lent by M. E. Druet 


15 


Portrait of Cezanne 


16 


Bathers 


17 


Auvers 


18 


Portrait 


19 


Melun 




Lent by M. Ambroise Vollard 


20 


Water Color (Lent) 


21 


Portrait, Mme. Cezanne 




Lent by Mr. John Quinn 


22 


Flowers 




Lent by Mrs. Montgomery Sears 




Cezanne (Portrait) 



23 Harvesters 

Lent by Prof. J. O. Sumner 

24 Landscape 

Lent 

25 Portrait, Cezanne 

Lent by M. Stephan Bourgeois 



CHABAUD, AUGUSTE 

26 The Flock After the Rain 

Lent by Mr. John Quinn 



CONDER, CHARLES 

27 The Beautiful Antonia 

28 "Fantasia" (Silk Panel) 

29 Casino of Paris (Silk Painting) 

30 The Toilet (Pastel) 

Lent by Mr. John Quinn 

31 The Crinolines 





GAUGUIN. PAUL 

Flowers Against a Yellow Background 



DENIS, MAURICE 

34 Angelica 

35 The Forest 

36 Nausicaa 

Lent by M. E. Druet 



DERAIN, ANDRE 

37 The Blue Pot 

38 The Window Overlooking the Park 

Lent by M. Henry Kahnweiler 



DUCHAMP, MARCEL 

39 Nude Figure Descending a Staircase 

40 Sketch of a Nude 



DUCHAMP-VILLON, RAYMOND 

41 Torso (Plaster) 

42 Girl of the Woods (Bronze) 

43 Baudelaire (Terra-cotta) 



DUFY, RAOUL 

44 Leopold Str., Munich 

45 Regatta on the English Channel 




REDON. ODILON 



Silence 



DUNOYER DE SEGONZAC, ANDRE 

46 Landscape 

47 Pastoral 

FRESNAYE, ROGER A. DE LA 

48 Portrait 

Lent by Mme. D. 

49 Landscape 

FRIESZ, OTHON 

50 Bathers 

51 Exotic Vegetation 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

GAUGUIN, PAUL 



52 Wood Sculpture 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

53 Faa Iheihe 

54 Under the Palms 

55 The Spirit of Evil 

56 Flowers 

Lent by Ambroise Vollard 

57 Head of a Man (Drawing) 

58 Woman Stooping (Water Color) 

59 Woman and Child (Water Color) 

60 At the Spring (Water Color) 

Lent by Mrs. Chadbourne 




VAN GOGH. VINCENT 



Hills at Aries 



61 Still Life 

62 The Studio 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

63 Landscape, Tahiti 

Lent by Mrs. Alexander Tison 

64 Tahitian Scene 

Lent by Mr. John Quinn 

65 Lithographs 

GIRIEUD, PIERRE 

66 Stained Glass 

67 Homage to Gauguin 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

GLEIZES, ALBERT 

68 Woman and Phlox 
HODLER, FERDINAND 

69 The Niessen Mountain 

Lent by M. Heinrich Thannhauser 

HONE, NATHANIEL 



70 Hastings 

Lent by Mr, John Quinn 

INGRES, J. A. D. 

7 1 Drawing 

72 Drawing 

Lent by Egisto Fabbri 




PICABIA. FRANCIS 



The Procession, Seville 



INNES, J. D. 

73 Evening Near Arenig, North Wales 

74 The Cactus 

75 Palm Trees at Collioure 

Lent by Mr. John Quinn 



JOHN, AUGUSTUS E. 

76 Woman Reading (Provencal Study) 

77 Loving Companions (Tempera) 

78 Strange Company (Tempera) 

79 Gipsy and Child (Tempera) 

80 Woman Standing Against Sky 

81 Woman in a Garden 

82 Three Little Boys (Dorset Study) 

83 Caspar and Pyramus (Dorset Study) 

84 "Rhyd-y-Fin" (Welsh Study) 

85 A Girl's Head 

86 A Girl's Head 

87 Nude Woman Reclining 

88 Nude Girl Seated 

89 Two Girls and a Boy 

90 Woman's Head and Shoulders 

Lent by Mr. John Quinn 
90A The Desert 
90B Pines 

90C The Orange Frock 
90D The Coast of Clare 
90E The Yellow Dress 
90F The Red Shawl 




MAILLOL, ARISTIDE 



Bas Relief 



JOHN, GWEN 

91 Girl Reading at a Window 
Lent by Mr. John Quinn 



KANDINSKY, WASSILY 

92 Improvisation 

Lent by Mr. Hans Goltz 

KIRCHNER, T. L. 

93 The Inn Garden 

Lent by Mr. Hans Goltz 

KIRSTEIN, ALFRED 

94 Landscape (Water Color) 

95 Landscape (Water Color) 

96 Landscape (Water Color) 

LAURENCIN, MARIE 



97 Portrait (Water Color) 

98 Desdemona (Water Color) 

99 Girl With Fan (Drawing) 

100 Still Life 

101 The Toilet of the Young Girls 

102 The Poetess 

103 Young Girl 




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Girl at Piano 



LEES, DERWENT 

104 Lowering Clouds 

105 Evening 

Lent by Mr. John Quinn 



LEGER, FERNAND 

106 Study 

107 Study 



LEHMBRUCK, WILHELM 

108 Woman Kneeling 

MAILLOL, ARISTIDE 

109 Woman Standing (Terra Cotta) 

110 Bas Relief (Terra Cotta) 

111 Drawings 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

MANGUIN, HENRI 

112 The Rock 

Lent by M. E. Druet 



ARCHIPENKO, ALEXANDRE 
Negress 



MANOLO, MANUEL H. 

113 Woman Kneeling 

Lent by M. Henry Kahnweiler 



MARQUET, ALBERT 

114 Inundation 

115 Hamburg 

116 Drawings 

Lent by M. E. Druet 



MATISSE, HENRI 



117 


Drawings 




Lent by M. E. Druet 


118 


Red Madras 




Lent by M. Michael Stein 


119 


Joaquina 




Lent by M. Bernheim Jeune and Co 


120 


The Hairdresser 




Lent by M. Michael Stein 


121 


Gold Fish 


122 


Young Sailor 


123 


Red Panel 


124 


A Back (Sculpture) 


125 


Luxury 


126 


Portrait of Marguerite 


127 


Nasturtiums 


128 


Still Life 




JOHN. AUGUSTUS E. 

Caspar and Pyramus 



129 The Blue Woman 

Lent by M. Leo Stein 

130 Flowers 

Lent by Mrs. Howard Gans 

131 Study 

Lent by Mr. George F. Of 



MAYRSHOFER, MAX 

132 Drawings 

MUNCH, EDWARD 

133 Lithographs and Woodcuts 



OPPENHEIMER, OLGA 
134 Woodcuts 



PASCIN, JULES 

135 Venus 

136 Three Girls 

137 A Visit 

138 At the Antiquarians 

139 The Music Lesson 

140 Interior 



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Kneeling Woman 



PICABIA, FRANCIS 

141 The Procession, Seville 

142 Paris 

143 Souvenir of Grimaldi, Italy 

PICASSO, PAUL 

144 Drawing (Lent) • 

145 Still Life 

146 Still Life 

Lent by M. Leo. Stein 

147 Trees 

148 Mme. Soler 

149 Head of a Man 

150 The Woman and the Pot of Mustard 

Lent by M. Henry Kahnweiler 



REDON, ODILON 

151 Geranium 

152 The Bouquet with Red Leaves 

153 Flowers (Red background) 

154 Pegasus on a Rock 

155 Fecundity (Study) 

Lent by M. Marcel Kapferer 

156 Vase of Flowers with Geranium 

157 Butterflies 

158 Roses 

159 Butterflies 

160 Profile Against Gold Background 

161 Flowers 

162 Phaeton 

Lent by M. Joseph Hessel 




CHABAUD. AUGUST E 



Flock After Rain 



163 Two Heads Among Flowers 

Lent by M. Marcel Kapferer 

164 Old Man 

165 Muse on Pegasus 

166 Lithographs 

167 Boat 

168 The Chariot of Apollo 

169 Flowers in Porcelaine Vase 

Lent by M. Joseph Hessel 

170 Initiation to Study 

171 Flowers (Pastel) 

Lent by M. Wilhelm Uhde 

172 Mystic Profile (Pastel) 

173 Dream of the Orient (Pastel) 

174 Basket of Flowers 

175 Poppies 

176 Ships 

177 Two Sublunary Beings Winging Through Space 

178 Prometheus 

179 Head Among Flowers 

180 Silence 

181 Oannes 

Lent by M. Artz and De Bois 

182 Ophelia 

183 The Red Boat 

Lent by M. Wilhelm Uhde 

184 Woman's Head (Pastel) 

Lent by Mrs. Chadbourne 

185 Wildfiowers in a Vase 

186 Head of Orpheus 





BRANCUSI, CONST ANTIN 

Mile. Pogany 



RENOIR, PIERRE A. 

187 Lithographs 

ROUAULT, GEORGES 

188 The Parade 

189 Drawings 

190 Nude 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

ROUSSEAU, HENRI J. 

191 The Centennial of the Revolution 

Lent by M. Alfred Flechtheim 

192 Horse Attacked by a Jaguar 

Lent by M. Ambroise Vollard 

ROUSSEL, K. X. 

193 Maenads With the Head of Orpheus 

Lent by M. Bernheim Jeune and Co. 



RUSSELL, GEORGE W. 

194 The Bather 

Lent by Mr. John Quinn 

195 The Waders 

Lent by Mr. Frederick J. Gregg 




BLANCHET. ALEXANDRE 

The Two Friends 



SERRET, CHARLES 

196 Drawings 
Lent 



SEURAT, GEORGES 

197 Honfleur 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

198 Models 

Lent by M. Alphonse Kann 

SHANNON, CHARLES H. 

199 Toilet of Venus 

Lent by Mr. William Macbeth 

SICKERT, WALTER 

200 San Remy, Dieppe 



SIGN AC, PAUL 

201 Marseilles, Calm Sea 

Lent by M. Bernheim Jeune and Co. 

202 Water Colors 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

SLEVOGT, MAX 

203 The Worker in the Vineyard 

Lent by M. Heinrich Thannhauser 




BERNARD. JOSEPH 

Girl With Pitcher 



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SOUSA CARDOZO, AMADEO DE 

204 Marine 

205 The Prince and the Hounds 

206 Before the Bull Fight 

207 Fisherman 



STEER, WILSON 

208 Landscape 

Lent by Mrs. Guinness 



TOBEEN, FELIX E. 

209 The Circus Rider 

210 The Pelota Players (Sketch) 

211 Ciboure 



TOULOUSE-LAUTREC, HENRI DE 

212 The Tress of Hair 

Lent by M. Bernheim Jeune and Co. 



VAN GOGH, VINCENT 



213 Hills at Aries 

214 Ball at Aries 

215 The Zouave 

Lent by M. E. Druet 




DERAIN, ANDRE 

The Window Overlooking the Park 



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216 Montmartre 

217 The Olive Tree 

218 In the Woods 

219 The Big Olive Tree 

220 Wooden Shoes 

221 Shrimps 

222 Mill, Montmartre 

223 Landscape, Aries 

224 Apples 

225 Pewter Pots 

Lent by M. Artz and De Bois 

226 Woman Reading 

Lent by M. Stephan Bourgeois 

227 Self-Portrait 

Lent by Mr. John Quinn 

228 Head and Shoulders of Young Woman 

Lent by Miss K. S. Dreier 

229 Red Flowers 

230 Lilies 

Lent by M. Stephan Bourgeois 

VILLON, JACQUES 



231 Flowering Trees, Puteaux 

232 Girl at the Piano 

233 Puteaux (Study) 

234 Puteaux (Study) 

235 Puteaux (Study) 

236 Study of Girl at the Piano 



VLAMINCK, MAURICE DE 

237 Branch of the Seine 

238 Figs 

Lent by M. Henry Kahnweiler 



VUILLARD, EDOUARD 

239 The Newspapers 

Lent by M. Bernheim Jeune and Co. 

240 Lithographs 



WEINZHEIMER, F. A. 

241 Inferno (Drawing) 

242 Women Bathing (Drawing) 



YEATS, JACK B. 

243 The Political Meeting (Water Color) 
Lent by Mr. John Quinn 



ZAK, EUGENE 
244 In Summer 



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