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THE 

MEMORIAL 

ART GALLERY 

LOAN EXHIBITION OF 

PAINTINGS OWNED 

BY RESIDENTS OF 

ROCHESTER 



JUNE THE TWELFTH TO 

SEPTEMBER SEVENTH 

NINETEEN HUNDRED FOURTEEN 



DURING THIS EXHIBITION THE 
MEMORIAL ART GALLERY WILL 
BE OPEN EVERY DAY FROM 
10:00 A. M. TO 5:00 P. M., EX- 
CEPTING ON SUNDAYS AND 
MONDAYS, WHEN IT IS OPEN 
FROM 1:30 TO 5:00 P. M. FREE 
DAYS: SATURDAYS AND SUN- 
DAYS ; OTHER DAYS, ADMISSION 
IS TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. 



THE MEMORIAL 
ART^GALLERY 

LOAN EXHIBITION 
OF PAINTINGS 

OWNED BY 

Residents of Rochester 




ROCHESTER ^ NEW YORK 
MCMXIV 



THE MEMORIAL ART GALLERY 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

Mrs. James S. Watson 

Rush Rhees 
Representing The University of Rochester. 

George L. Herdle 
Representing The Rochester Art Club. 

Frank Van Der Lancken 

Representing The Mechanics Institute, Department 

of Fine and Applied Art. 



Joseph T. Alling 
Claude Bragdon 
William A. E. Drescher 
George Eastman 
Guernsey Mitchell 
Charles Mulford Robinson 
Hiram W. Sibley 
James S. Watson 



Miss Elizabeth Averell 
Mrs. G. D. B. Bonbright 
Mrs. H. G. Danforth 
Dr. Elizabeth H. Denio 
Mrs. Granger A. Hollister 
Mrs. Jesse W. Lindsay 
Mrs. William R. Taylor 
Mrs. Ernest R. Willard 



Julius M. Wile 



OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR 1914-1915 



President, 

Vice-President, 

Secretary, 

Treasurer, 

Bursar, 

Art Director, 



Rush Rhees 
James S. Watson 
George L. Herdle 
Joseph T. Alling 
Julius M. Wile 
George L. Herdle 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Mr. Drescher Mrs. Hollister 

Mr. Eastman Mr. Rhees, ex-officio 

Mr. Herdle, ex-officio Me. Sibley 

Mrs. Watson 



MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE 

Mr. Herdle, Chairman 
Miss AvERELL Mr. Robinson 

Mrs. Danforth Mr- Wile 



FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Mr! Wile, Chairman 
Mr. Alling Mr. Rhees 

ART COMMITTEE 

Mrs. Watson, Chairman 
Mr. Herdle Mr. Sibley 

Mr. Mitchell Mrs. Taylor 

LIBRARY AND PRINT COMMITTEE 

Dr. E. H. Denio, Chairman 
Mr. Bragdon Mrs. Willard 



INTRODUCTORY 

THIS first loan exhibition of paintings owned by residents of 
Rochester is not only interesting because it is the most notable 
of any yet held at the Memorial Art Gallery, but because it 
gives tangible evidence of the catholicity and the high standard of taste 
that have governed the picture lovers of this city in the purchase of works 
of art. Unquestionably this exhibition will do much toward stimulating 
and increasing a more active and popular interest in painting in Rochester. 
It is, too, sure to create justifiable local pride at the quality of the pict- 
ures which are lodged here. 

The exhibition will e.stablish Rochester's position in the artistic world 
on a new plane, for an examination of this catalogue will disclose the 
fact that in the collection are some of the most famous names in the 
history of painting. The pictures hung in the Gallery cover a wide field 
and a period of many years. They comprise the works of American, 
English, French, German, Scandinavian, Dutch and Spanish artists, of 
international repute and several of whom, at least, are acknowledged to 
have been monarchs among painters. 

To organize such a collection has been a labor not without difficulties 
and the directors of the Gallery wish to express their deep appreciation 
of the cordial co-operation of those citizens who have generously de- 
prived their own walls, for the summer, of their highly prized canvases. 
It is grateful to record that the management, in compiling the exhibition, 
was surprised at the wealth of good pictures in the city; There were 
sufficient offered to make this summer exhibition an annual event for 
several years to come. The number chosen was limited by the available 
wall space in the Gallery, as it was the wish of the Director to hang the 
paintings, so far as possible, in one line in order to avoid the danger 
of crowding them,- thus giving greater opportunity for an arrangement 
which makes for harmony in the tone relation of one picture to another. 




"MEMORY," BY WM. ORDWAY PARTRIDGE 



CATALOGUE 

OF THE LOAN EXHIBITION 



OSWALD ACHENBACH. (German School.) 

Born at Diisseldorf, 1827. Brother and pupil of Andreas. Visited 
the Bavarian Alps at an early period, and went to Switzerland and 
Italy in 1845, 1850 and 1851. His representation of Southern scenery 
and peculiar atmospheric effects are of rare excellence. Medals: Paris, 
third class, 1859; second class, 1861, 1863; Legion of Honor, 1863. 

1 Italian Lake Scene. 

Lent by Mr. Ed^yard Bausch. 

JOHN W. ALEXANDER, N. A„ New York City. 

Born, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1856. Pupil of Royal Academy, Munich, and 
of Frank Duveneck. Awarded bronze medal, Royal -Academy, Munich; 
Temple Gold Medal, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Phila- 
delphia, 1897; Walter Lippincott Prize, Pennsylvania Academy of the 
Fine Arts, 1899; gold medal. Exposition Universelle, _ Paris, 1900; 
Carnegie Prize, Society of American Artists, New York, 1901; gold 
medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; gold medal of honor, 
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1903; Corcoran Prize, Cor- 
coran Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C, 1903; gold medal, Universal 
Exposition, St. Louis, 1904; Medal* of the First Class, Carnegie Insti- 
tute, Pittsburgh, 1911. President of tfce National Academy of Design, 
New. York; the School Art League, New York; and the MacDowell 
Club (founded for the correlation of the arts). New York. Vioe- 
President and Member of American; Society of Arts" and Letters; 
Society of Mural, Painters, New York; American Federation of Arts, 
Washington, D. C. Associate of Societe Nationale des Beaux-Arts, 
Paris; Royal Society of the Fine Arts, Brussels. Honorary Member of 
Secession, Munich; Secession, Vienna; -Society of Illustrators, New 
York; American Institute of. Architects, Washington. Honorary De- 
gree, Master of Arts, Princeton University, 1892; of Litt. D., Prince- 
ton University, 1909. Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, France. 
Trustee of New Y'ork Public Library; Metropolitan Museum of Art, 
New York. Delegate from Architectural League to New York Fine 
Arts Federation: Member of International Society of Sculptors, Paint- 
ers, and Gravers, London; Fine Arts Society,„New York; Architectural 
League, New York; American Academy^ Rome; National Academy of 
Design, New York; of Council for Cooper Institute, New York. Rep- 
resented in the Luxembourg Museum, Paris; in St. Petersburg, Odessa, 
and Vienna; Metropolitan ■ Museutn of Art, New York; Art Institute 
of Chicago; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia; 
Cincinnati Museum Association; Society of Fine Arts, Minneapolis; 
City Art Museum, St. Louis; Rhode Island School of Design, Provi- 
dence; Wilstach Gfallery, Fairmoiint Park, Philadelphia; Carnegie, In- 
stitute, Pittsburgh; National gallery of ■ Art,- Washinj^ton, D. C; 
Princeton, Harvard, and Columbia Universities; Bowdoin College; 
Mt. Holyoke College; Radcliffe College; Mt. Auburn Association, Bos- 
ton; Wheaton Seminary, Norton, Mass.; State House, Albany, N. Y. ; 
State House, Trenton, N. J.; Ear Association of New Jersey, Eliza- 
beth, N. J.; New York Chamber of Commerce; Surrogate's Court, New 
York; and many private collections. 

2 Girl at the Window. 

Lent by Mr. Chas. T. De Puy. 



HENRI BIVA, (Contemporary French School.) 

Pupil of Nozal and Leon Tanzo. Exhibited in the Salons of the 
Artistes Francais," Paris, in 1900, 1903, 1904 and 1905. 

3 Matinee. 

Lent by Mrs. W. D. EUwanger. 



RALPH A. BLAKELOCK, N. A. (Contemporary American School.) 

Born in New York, 1847. Self-taught. Awards: Honorable men- 
tion, Paris Exposition, 1900. Represented in the Corcoran Gallery, 
Washington, D. C; Worcester Art Museum; The National Gallery, 
Washington. 

4 Landscape. 

Lent by Mr. Erickson Perkins. 



WILLL^M ADOLPHE BOUGUEREAU. 

Born at La Rochelle, France, '1825; died, Paris, 1905. Originally 
intended for a business career, but showing an aptitude for drawing 
was sent to an art school, where he . won the first prize. Then deter- 
mining to take up art as a profession, he painted portraits until he 
earned sufficient money to go to Paris. In Paris -he studied with 
Picot, and from 1843 in the £cole des Beaux-Arts. Won the Grand 
Prix de Rome in 1850. On his return to Paris he was commissioned 
with important decorative works in public buildings. He was awarded 
medals at the Salon, Paris; second class, 1855; first class, 18S7; third 
class, 1867. Legion of Honor, 1859; Officer of tjie Legion, 1876; Com- 
mander, 1885. Member of the Institute of France, 1876; Medal of 
Honor, Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1878; Knight of the Order of 
Leopold of Belgium, 1881 ; Grand Medal of Salon, Paris, 1885 ; 
Medal of Honor, Antwerp, 1885. 

5 Inspiration. 

Lent by Mrs. Wm. S. Kimball. 



F. a. BRIDGEMAN, N. a. (Contemporary American School.) 

Born, Tuskegee, Ala., 1847. Resides in Paris, France. Pupil of 
Gerome, ' Paris. Third class medal, Paris Salon, 1877; second class 
medal, Paris Exposition, 1878; silver medal, Paris Exposition, 1889; 
silver medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; gold medal, Munich Exposition, 
1900; first jclass medal, Antwerp Exposition, 1894; Chevalier of the 
Legion of Honor, France. Member of the Society of American 
Artists, the Society of Mural Painters, and the Architectural League, 
New York. 

6 Preparing for the Wedding. 

Lent by Mrs. William S. Kimball. 



GEORGE ELMER BROWNE. (Contemporary American School.) 

Born at Gloucester, Mass., 1871. Studied at School of Drawing 
and Painting, Museum of Fine Arts, and at' Cowles Art School in 
Boston, Academic Julien, and with Tony Robert Fleury and Juleg 
Lefebvre, Paris. Awarded medal at Mechanics Fair, Boston, 1895; 



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received the George Inness Prize, Salmagundi Club, 1901. Exhibited at 
Paris Salon and all the leading exhibitions in America. 

7 Landscape. 

Lent by Mr, Frank G. Newell. 



SIR WILLIAM BEECHEY, R. A. 

Born at Burford, Oxfordshire, 1753. Died at Hamjpstead, 1839. 
Admitted a student of the Royal Academy, London, m 1772, and 
after painting portraits and pictures in Hogarth's manner several years 
in Norwich, returned to London, where he long enjoyed uninterrupted 
favor with the fashionable world. In 1793 he painted a portrait of 
Queen Charlotte, and was appointed by her royal portrait painter, and 
became A. R. A. In 1798 he painted the large equestrian picture, now 
at Hampton Court, of George the Third, at a Review in Hyde Park, 
and in the same year became R. A. and was knighted. 

8 Portrait of the Artist. 

Lent by Mr. Edmund Lyon." 



W. GEDNEY BUNCE. (American School.) 

Born, Hartford, Conn., 1840. Pupil of Wm. Hart, New York, and 
of Achenbach and P. J. Clays, Antwerp. Bronze medal, Paris Ex- 
position, 1900. Member National Academy of Design. 

9 Venice. 

Lent by Mr. Jos. Simon. 



A. F. BUNNER. (American School.) 

Artist and Author. Elected Associate of National Academy of 
Design, 1880. Died, 1897. 

10 Venice. 

Lentby Mr. Gilman N. Perkins. 



JULES CHARLES CAZIN. (French School.) 

Born at Samers, France, 1841; died, 1901. Pupil of Lecocq de 
Boisbaudrau, and later studied in England. First exhibited in the 
Salon of 1876. Received a medal of the first class in 1880, and was 
a member of the Jury of Awards at the Exposition-Universelle, 1889 
and 1900. Received the Cross of the Legion of Honor in 1882, and 
was made an Officer of the Legion in 1889. At the time of his death, 
he was Vice-President of the Societe Nationale des Beaux-Arts. One 
of the great figures in French landscape art of the nineteenth century, 
his work was distinctively individual, full of poetic charm, and in- 
variably pleasing in color. In recent years there has been a wonder- 
ful increase in appreciation and in the value of his work. 

11 Evening. 

Lent by Mrs. Warham Whitney. 

12 The Mower. 

Lent by Mrs. Granger A. Hollister. 



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COLIN CAMPBELL COOPER, A. N. A., New York. 

Born, Philadelphia, Pa. Studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the 
Fine Arts, Philadelphia, and the Julian, and. Delacluse Academies, in 
Paris. Bronze medal, Atlanta Exposition, 1895; W. T. Evans Prize, 
American Water Color Society, 1903; Jennie Sesnan Gold Me^al, Penn- 
sylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, 1904; honorable 
mention, Washington Water Color Club, 1 904 ; gold medal, Phila- 
delphia Art Club, 1905; Commemorative medal as member of the Jury 
of Selection, United States Section, Department of Art, and of the 
International jury of Awards, Universal Exposition, ■ St. Louis, 1904. 
Member of American Water Color Society and the New York Water 
Color Club, New York; Municipal -Art Society of New York; and the 
Philadelphia Water Color Club. Fellow of the Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts, and the Rochester, N. Y., Art Museum. Member of 
the Art Club of Philadelphia. Association of the National Academy, 
New York. Represented in the Art Club of Philadelphia, Cincinnati 
Museum, St. Louis Museum of Fine Arts, Art Museum, Rochester, 
N. Y., Art Club, Boston, Mass., Dallas Art Association, Dallas, Texas. 

13 Amsterdam. 

Lent by Mrs. Samuel Gould. 

14 From Andrews Street Bridge, Rochester, N. Y. 

Lent by Mrs. Albert O. Fenn. 

15 Antwerp Cathedral. 

Lent by Mr. Elmer Adler. 

JEAN BAPTISTE CAMILLE COROT. (French School). 

One of the greatest of modern French landscape painters. Born at 
Paris, 1796. He was apprenticed to a draper, but ;^oung Corot was 
determined to become a painter, and, despite all his parents could 
do to dissuade him, he entered, in 1822, the studio of Michallon. 
Studied also for a time with Victor Bertin, and later went to Italy. 
Exhibited in the Salon of 1827, in the Paris Exposition of 1855, and 
in the same year received a first class medal. In the London Exhibi- 
tion of 1862 he was one of the artists who represented the French 
School. Corot was par excellence the painter of morning; like all 
true artists he assimilates all he sees to his inward dream, and the 
varied effects of nature uniformly appear to him under the same poetical 
vision. He could render with more felicity than anybody else the 
silvery light on dewy fields, and the vague foliage of trees mirrored 
in calm water. There was always in his work a poetical perfume, which 
is .his personality, and is as good as a signature. He died in 1875. 

16 Dawn, 

Lent by Mrs. Jas. S. Watson. 

WILLIAM M. CHASE, N. A., New York. 

Born, Franklin, Ind., 1849. Pupil of B. F. Hayes, Indianapolis; 
J. O. Eaton, and the National Academy, New Yorjj, under L. E. Wil- 
marth, and of Wagner and Piloty, Munich. Med^j, Centennial Exposi- 
tion, Philadelphia, 1876; honorable mention, Salon, Paris, 1881; honor- 
able mention, Munich, 1883; silver medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 
1889; first prize, Cleveland Art Association, 1894; Shaw Prize, ($1,500), 
Society of American Artists, 1895; gold medal of honor, Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts. 1895 ; gold medal, Exposition-Universelle, 
Paris, 1900; Temple Gold Medal, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine 
Arts, 1901; gold medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; gold 



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medal, Charleston Exposition, 1902. Member .of the Internatiojial Jury 
of Awardi. World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; member of 
the Jury of Selection, United States Section Department of Art, and 
of the International Jury of Award, Universal Exposition, St. Louis, 
" 1904. Member of the National Acadany, the American Water Color 
Sodety, "The Ten" American Painters, the New York Etching Club, 
the' Pastel Society, the International Society of Sculptors, Painters, and 
Gravers, London, ,the Circle of Twenty, Brussels, and corresponding 
member of the Secession, Munich, Knight of the Order of St. Michael 
of Bavaria. Represented in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New 
York; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia; Chicago 
Art Institute; St. Louis Museum of Fine Arts, and Carnegie Institute, 
Pittsburgh. 

It Still Life. 

Lent by Mr. Charles A .Green. 

liERNARD DE HOOG. (Dutch School.) 

Born in Holland, 1866. Regular exhibitor in the leading exhibitions 
in Holland and elsewhere on the continent. Occupies a prominent 
place in modern Dutch Art. 

18 Interior. 

Lent by Mr. C. Walter Smith. 

NARCISO VIRGILIO DIAZDE LA PENA. (French School.) 

Born at Bordeaux, of Spanish parents, 1808; died at Mentone, 1876. 
Diaz was one of those who gave celebrity to the village of Barbizon, in 
the Forest of Fontainbleau. Anything served him as a pretext for 
bringing to light his marvelous aptitude as a colorist. He rendered 
with equal facility the enchantments of the landscape flooded with 
sunshine, and the deep forest in luminous twilight, or Nymphs with 
flesh of exquisite tone; and dazzled the eye with all the seductions of 
a grand colorist. Medals: third class, 1844; second class, 1846; first 
class, 1848; Legion of Honor, 1851. 

19 Gathering Wood. 

Lent by Mrs. Granger A. Hollister. 

20 Forest of Fountain ebleau. 

Lent by Mrs. Jas. S. Watson. 

VIRGINIE DEMONT-BRETON. (Contemporary French School.) 

Born at Courrieres (Pas de Calais), 1859. Honorable mention, Paris 
Salon, 1880; Medal of the third class, 1881; second class, 1883; Medal 
of Honor, Universal Exhibition, Amsterdam, 1883, and Antwerp, 1894. 
President of I'Union des Femmes Peinters et Sculpteurs. Chevalier of 
the Legion of Honor. Represented in the Museums of Antwerp, (Calais, 
Amsterdam, Dunkerque and Luxembourg. 

21 The Wave. 

Lent by Mrs. Arthur C. Smith. 

JAS. H. DENNIS. (American School.) 

Born, 1840. Pupil of National Academy - of Design and of Geo. 
Inness. Charter member of Rochester Art Club. Died, 1914. 

22 The Road to the Village. 

Lent by Mr. Martin B. Hoyt. 



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LOUIS PAUL DESSAR. 

Born, Indianapolis, Ind., 1867. Pupil of^the National- 'Academy of 
Design, New York; Bouguereau, "Robert-FIeury and I'Ecole des Beaux- 
Arts in Paris. Third class medal. Salon, 1891; medal, Columbian Ex- 
position, Chicago, 1893; honorable mention, Carnegie Institute, Pitts- 
burgh, 1897; Second Hallgarten Prize, National Academy of Design, 
1899; First Hallgarten Prize, National Academy of Design, 1900; bronze 
medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; silver medal, Pan-American Exposition, 
Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, Charleston Exposition, 1902. Member 
Society American Artists, 1898; Associate National Academy of De- 
sign, 1899; Silmagundi Club, 1895; Artist Fund Society, New York, 
1906. Represented in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Engineers' 
Club, the Lotos Club, New York; the National Gallery at Washington. 

23 Moonlight. 

Lent by Mrs. Ernest R. Willard. 

THOMAS W. DEWING, N. A., New York. 

Born, Boston, Mass., 1851. Pupil of Boulanger and Lefebvre, Paris. 
Thomas B. Clarke Prize, National Academy, New Ybrk, 1887; silver 
medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889; gold medal, Pan-American 
Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; Lippincott Prize, Pennsylvania Academy of 
the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, 1903; gold medal, Universal Exposition, 
St. Louis, 1904. Member of the National Academy and of "The Te,n" 
American Painters. Represented in the collections of William T. 
Evans, Esq., Charles L. Freer, Esq., William K. Bixby, Esq., Mrs. John 
L. Gardner, and John Gellatly, Esq. 

24 Lady in Yellow. 

Lent by Mrs. Jesse W. Lindsay. 

CHARLES WARREN EATON, N. A., New York. 

Born, Albany, N. Y., 1857. Studied at National Academy of Design 
and Art Students' League, New York. Honorable mention, Paris, 1900; 
Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; Inness Prize, Salmagundi 
Club, 1902; gold medal, Philadelphia Art Club, 1903; Shaw Prize, 
Salmagundi Club, 1903; Inness Gold Medal, National Academy of De- 
sign, 1904.; silver medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; gold medal, Paris 
Salon, 1906. Represented in National Gallery, Washington; Evans 
Collection; Brooklyn Art Institute; Cincinnati Museum; Lincoln 
Library, Nebraska; Winona Library, Wisconsin; Lotos Club, New York; 
Salmagundi Club, New York. Member of the American Water Color 
Society, New York Water Color Club, Lotos Club, and Salmagundi 
Club. 

25 The Old Mill. 

Lent by Mrs. Samuel Gould. 

LYDIA FIELD EMMET, A. N. A. (Contemporary American School.) 

Born, New Rochelle, N. Y. Pupil of William M. Chase, Siddons 
Mowbray, Robert Reid, Kenyon Cox, in New York, and Bouguereau, 
Robert-Fleury, Collin, and MacMonnies, in Paris. Medal, Columbian 
Exposition, Chicago, 1893; bronze medal, Atlanta Exposition, 1895; 
honorable mention, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; silver 
medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904. Shaw Prize, Society of American 
Artists; 1906; Proctor Prize, and Clarke Prize. Member of the Art 
Students' League of New York. 

26 Portrait of Herman and Margaret Gade. 

Lent by Mrs. Hiram W. Sibley. 



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AUGUSTE FLAMENG. (Modern French School.) 
No biographical notes available. 

27 Marine. 

Lent by Mrs. J. W. Oothout. 

THOMAS GAINSBOROUGH. 

Born, 1727, at Sudbury, in Suffolk; died at London, 1788. At four- 
teen years of age he went to London, where he studied with Hayman, 
one of the companions of Hogarth. In 1761 he made his debut at the 
Royal Academy, and from this time until his death was a regular con- 
tributor to the Academy exhibitions. His work in portraiture was al- 
ways graceful and elegant. 

28 Miss Adney. 

Lent by Mrs. G. D. B. Bonbright. 



GHERARDO DELLA NOTTE. (Italian School.) 
1432-1494. 

29 Finding of Moses. 

Lent by Mrs. Arthur C. Smith. 

EDUARD GRUTZNER. (German School.) 

Born at Grosskarlowitz, 1846. First studied architecture in Munich, 
later took up painting. Represented in Museums of Cologne, Frank- 
fort, Koenigsberg, Leipszig, Mayence, and Munich. Famous for his 
representation of monks and monastic life. Died, 1878. 

30 Falstaff. 

Lent by Mr. Edward Bausch. 



AUGUSTE HAGBORG. (Swedish School.) 

. Born at Gothembourg, Sweden, in 1840. He studied in the Academy 
of Fint Arts in Stockholm, and suBsequently entered the atelier of 
PalmaroH in Paris. Exhibited regularly in the Salon, Paris, receiving 
in 1879 a medal of the third class. 

31 On the Beach. 

Lent by Mrs. Josiah Anstice. 

FRANZ HALS. (Dutch School.) 

Born at Mechlin, 1584. Died at Haarlem, 1666. Very little is known 
of the life of this artist, except that it was a merry one, and that he 
was fond of good living. It is said that Carl van Mander, the elder, 
was his master. His work stamps him as one of the greatest portrait 
painters of all time. His facility of execution was wonderful. He was 
much accustomed to paint laughing and grinning faces. His large 
pictures of archers and civic guards are to be seen at Haarlem, in the 
Hotel de Ville; they are spirited, energetic, rich in color, and happy in 
individualism. 

32 Portrait of a Man. 

Lent by Mr. George Eastman. 



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JEAN JACQUES HENNER. (French School.) 

Born at Bernwiller, in Alsace, 1829; died^ in Paris, 1905... Pupil of 
Ecole des Beaux-Arts, and of Drolling and Picot, Paris. He won the 
Prize of RomCj in 1858, with his composition "Adam and Eve Finding 
the Body of Abel." While in Rome, Henner began painting pictures 
with sombre background of foliage, with green skies and nude figures 
with luminous fleshtones and rather hazy outlines. He also painted 
numerous portraits and ideal heads' — one of his favorite models being a 
young girl with classic features and amber hair. He was awarded 
medals at the Salon of 1863, 1865, and 1866; medals of the first class 
at Exposition Universelle of 1878, and Medal of Honor, 1898. Legion 
of Honor, 1873; Officer of the Legion, 1878; Commander, 1898. Mem- 
ber of the Institute of France, 1889. 

33 Head. 

Lent by Mrs. Warham Whitney. 

C. HOECKER. (Contemporary German School.) 

Member of the "Secession;* exhibits in leading exhibitions of 
Germany. 

34 Da Draussen Stets Betrogen Saust Die Geschaef- 

TiGE Welt. 

Lent by Mr. Edward Bausch. 



GEORGE INNESS, N. A. (American School.) 

Born, Newburg, N. Y., 1825. Studied under Regis Gignoux in New 
York. Later with A, B. Durand, and afterwards abroad. Studied in 
Italy for more than a year. Painted a great deal in the environs of 
Rome — as did Corot. He visited Europe three times for purposes of 
study, but returning to America he always . painted the American land- 
scape untrammeled by the influence of foreign scenes or foreign 
niethods. He was elected an Associate of the National Academy in 
1853, and an Academician in 1868. He died in Scotland in 1894. 
Of George Inness, Richard Muther, the distinguished German art critic 
and historian, writes: "The life of George Inness was, like that of 
Corot, an incessant advance and renewal. Once, he is broad and 
powerful, like Rousseau; atgain tender and poetic, like Corot; here, 
idyllically pastoral, like Daubigny; there pathetic and brooding, like 
Dupre. AH his pictures are broadly painted, deeply felt, fuU-souled 
symphonies of tone. The histdry of art must welcome him as one of 
the most varied and finest landscape painters of the century." For 
years George Inness was recognized as the head of the American 
landscape school, and as one of the greatest landscape painters of 
our time. 

36 Evening Glow. 

Lent by Mr. Frank G. Newell. 

JOSEPH ISRAELS. (Dutch School.) 

Born at Groningen, 1824; died at The Hague, 1911. He was one of 
the leading exponents of the modern Dutch School. Studied at 
Amsterdam in the Academy, under Pieneman, and in the studio of 
Kruseman; later, in Paris under Picot and Henri Scheffer. Medals 
at several exhibitions in Holland and other countries. Correspond- 
ing member of the French Institute. Honorary member of the 
Academies of The Hague, Antwerp, Edinburgh, and Munich. Knight 
of the Orders of the Dutch Lion, Francis Joseph of Austria, and 



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Leopold of Belgium. Officer, Legion of Honor. Commander of the 
Orders of Orange-Nassau of Holland, of the Crown Prince of Italy, 
of St. Michael of Bavaria, and Friederich of Wurtemberg. 

36 At the Window. 

Lent by Mrs. Jas. S. Watson. 



ITALIAN SCHOOL. (Unknown artist.) 

37 Portrait of a Nobleman. 

Lent by Mrs. Arthur C. Smith. 

CHARLES EMILE JACQUE. 

Born at Paris, 1813; died, 1894. Animal and landscape painter, en- 
graver and etcher. When seventeen years old, he studied with a 
geographical engraver, but later on enlisted as a soldier and remained 
seven years in the army. He then resumed his engraving, and worked 
two years in England as a draughtsman on wood. He may be char- 
acterized as a rustic artist. He paints farmyard scenes with vigor, 
and excels in accurate knowledge of sheep and poultry, of which he is 
a fancier. By his truthful pictures of pigs he has earned the sobriquet 
of Le Raphael des Parceaux. Medals, third class, 1861, 1863; medal, 
1864; Legion of Honor, 1867. 

38 Sheep in a Barn. 

Lent by Mrs. J. W. Oothout. 

GUSTAVE JACQUET. (French School.) 

Born at Paris, 1846. Pupil of Bouguereau. Medals: 186S, 1875, 
1878. Legion of Honor, 1879. Died at Paris, 1909. 

39 Chloe. 

Lent by Mrs. E. W. Webster. 



FERDINAND JAN MONCHABLON. (French School.) 

Born in 1855; died, 1904. Pupil of Cabanel and of J. P. Laurens. 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor. A painter df landscape, mostly of 
the Vosges district, where he was born. In the earlier works of Mon- 
chablon there is a subtle delicacy of treatment and a completeness of 
finish in which realism is carried to its extremest point, but in his 
more recent productions he retains his deep feeling for nature, and 
aims at a broader technique, a more intense coloring, and a striving 
to attain those qualities which give to the pictures of the old Dutch 
masters their peculiar charm. 

40 Jardines a Chatillon. 

Lent by Mrs. Granger A. Hollister. 

41 On the River Soane. 

Lent by Mrs. Albert O. Fenn. 

42 LA Soane a Chatillon. 

Lent by Mrs. Warham Whitney. 



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H. BOLTON JONES, N. A, (Contemporary American School.) 

Born at Baltimore, Maryland, 1848. Clit Jiud ^Plf^nMii^ Bronze 
medal, Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1889; medal, World's Fair, Chi- 
cago, 1893; bronze medal, Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1900; Webb 
Prize, Society of American .Artists, 1902; Shaw Prize* Society of 
American Artists, 1903. Member of the National Academy, the Society 
of American Artists, the American Water Color Society, the Archi- 
tectural League. Member of the Jury of Selection for the United 
States Section, Department of Art, Louisiana Purchase Exposition. 

43 Early Spring. 

Lent by Mrs. Ernest R. Willard. 



FRANCIS C. JONES, N. A. (Contemporary American School.) 

Born at Baltimore, 1857. Studied in Elcole des Beaux Arts, Paris, 
in the studio of Lehmann; later under Boulanger, Fefebvre and Yvon. 
Awarded the Clarke Prize at the National Academy, New York, 1885; 
silver medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. Member of the 
National Academy, the Society of American Artists, the American 
Water Color Society, and the New York Architectural League, and 
the Society of Mural Painters. Member of the Jury of Selection for 
the United States Section of the Department of Art, Louisiana Pur- 
chase Exposition. 



44 Waiting for the Fete. 

Lent by Mrs. E. A. Webster. 



HENRI JOURDAIN. (Contemporary French School.) 

Regular exhibitor in the Salons of the Societe Nationale des Beaux- 
Arts and des Artistes Francais; International Exhibition, Buenos Aires, 
1910. 



45 End of Day. 

Lent- by Mrs. Arthur C. Smith. 



LAURA KNIGHT. (Contemporary English School.) 

Born in Derbyshire, England. Associate member of Royal Society 
of Painters in Water Colors, London. Member of the Royal-British- 
Colonial Society of Artists. Represented in the National Art Gallery of 
Canada, Ottawa; South African Art Gallery, Cape Town; in the Cor- 
poration Galleries of Oldham, Rochdale ; Manchester ; Dublin. 
Awarded honorable mention, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, 1912; gold 
medal, South Kensington, London. 

46 Happy Mother. 

Lent by Mrs. John C. Woodbury. 

SUSAN RICKER KNOX. 

Born in New England. Member of National Arts Club. 

47 Portrait of Master Langdon Smith. 

Lent by Mr. C. Walter Smith. 



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GASTON LA TOUCHE, French School. 

Born at St. Cloud, 1854. Died, 1913. Self-taught. Awarded medals: 
H. C. Salon; Exposition Universelle, 1900; Grand-Prix, Venice; Bar- 
celona; Munich; Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh; Officer of the Legion 
of Honor. Represented in the Luxembourg, Paris; Brighton, Venice, 
Rouen, Brussels, Vienna and Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo. President 
of the Societe Internationales des Painters a I'eau; member of the 
Franco-American Institute; the Societe Nationale des Beaux-Arts and 
of the Imperial Consul des Beaux-Arts; Societe des Aquarellistes Hol- 
landais; Societe Roy ale des Artistes Beiges and the Societe Nouvelle 
of Paris. 

48 A Summer Day. 

Lent by Mr. Charles T. De Puy. 

SIR THOMAS LAWRENCE, P. R. A. 

Born at Bristol, 1769. Died at London, 1830. He distinguished 
himself for his ability in drawing. At the early age of ten years he 
set up as a portrait painter in crayons, at Oxford. In his seventeenth 
year he commenced oil painting; in 1787, twelve months afterwards, 
he settled in London, and entered himself as a student in the Royal 
Academy. In 1791, though under age required by law (twenty-four), 
he was elected an associate of the Academy, and after the death of 
Sir Joshua Reynolds, in the following year he succeeded him as 
painter to the King. In 1794 he was elected a Royal Academician; he 
was knighted by the Prince Regent in 1815 ; and at the death of 
Benjamin West, in 1820; he was unanimously elected president of the 
Academy. He died in London Janiiary 7, 1830. He was never mar- 
ried. He was a member of St. Luke at Rome, and of many other 
foreign academies; and in 1825 he was created a Chevalier of the 
Legion 'd Honnour. 

49 Portrait of Florence Kemble. 

Lent by Mrs. Wm. S. Kimball. 

NICOLAS DE LARGILIERE. (French School.) 

Born at Paris, 1656. Received his early education in Art at Ant- 
werp, where his father settled as a merchant. He visited England and 
painted portraits of Charles II., James II., and many of the 
nobility of France and England. Louis Quatorze also sat to him. 
He was one of the most famous portraitists of France. Died at Paris, 
1746. 

60 Portrait of Beaujon. 

Lent by Mr. Hiram W. Sibley. 

HENRI EUG£NE LE SIDANER. (Contemporary French School.) 

Born at Port Louis, Mauritius, in 1862. He comes from a Breton 
family. Member of the Societe Nationale des Beaux- Arts, Paris; the 
International Society of Sculptors. Painters and Gravers, London; and 
of the Societe Nouvelle, Paris. Represented in the Luxembourg, the 
Petit Palais des Beaux-Arts, Paris; and in the private collections of 
John W. Beatty, Esq., Pittsburgh; Edward Drummond Libby, Esq., 
Toledo, and Mrs. W. R. Taylor, Rochester, N. Y. Awarded medal of 
the Third Class, Paris, 1891; bronze medal, Exposition Universelle, 
Paris, 1 900 ; honorable mention, Carnegie Institute, 1901 ; medal of 
the second class, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, 1906. 

51 The Artist's Home by Moonlight. 
Lent by Mrs. Wm. R. Taylor. 



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LEON A. L'HERMITTE. (French School.) 

Born at Mont Saint Pere, France, in 1844. Pupil of Lecog de 
Boisbaudran; made his debut in the Salon with charcoal drawings and 
pastels. Medals at the Salons of 1874 and 1880; Grand Prix at Expo- 
sition of 1889 and 1900 at Paris. Created a Knight of the Legion of 
Honor in 1884 and an Officer of the Legion in 1894. He is most suc- 
cessful in the portrayal of country life and character, working with 
equal facility in oil and pastel. 

62 On the Banks of the River. 

Lent by Mr. Edmund Lyon. 

JONAS LIE, N. A. (Contemporary American School.) 

Born, Norway, 1880. Pupil of the National Academy of Design, New 
York; Art Students' League, New York. Awarded silver medal, Uni- 
versal Exposition, St. Louis, 1904. Hallgarten Prize, National Acad- 
emy of Design, 1914. Member of the National Academy of Design, 
New York; Association of American Painters and Sculptors. Rep- 
resented in the Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh; The Memorial Art 
Gallery, Rochester, N. Y. ; The Peabody Institute and Metropolitan 
Museum of Art, New York. 

53 Summer Sea. 

Lent by Mr. Joseph T. Ailing. 

ANTON MAUVE. (Dutch School.) 

Born at Zaandam, Holland, 1838; died, 1888. Pupil of Peter 
Frederick Van Os. Was a member of the Dutch Society of Arts and 
Sciences, and the Societe des AquarelUster Beiges, and a Knight of 
the Order of Leopold. He received medals at Philadelphia, Amster- 
dam, Vienna, Antwerp, and Paris. His works are in the Rijks 
Museum at Amsterdam, in the Museums, of The Hague, Rotterdam, 
and in many of the leading private collections of modern pictures. 

54 On the Way to Pasture. 

Lent by Mrs. Jas. S. Watson. 

GABRIEL MAX. (Contemporary German School.) 

Born at Pragup, 1840. Pupil of his father, the sculptor, Joseph Max, 
and of Piloty. First exhibited in 1867. Gold medals, Berlin, Vienna, 
Munich, Sidney, etc. Honorary member of the Munich, Prague, 
Amsterdam, and other academies. Chevalier of the Bavarian Order of 
St. Michael, of Maximilian's Order for Arts and Sciences, and of the 
Spanish Order of Carlo III. 

55 Head. 

Lent by Mr. Erickson Perkins. 



JEAN FRANCOIS MILLET. (French School.) 

Born at Greville, near Cherbourg, 1815. His parents were peasants 
and being unable to afford to give their son an art educatiion, the 
authorities of Greville furnished him with means to go to Paris, and 
enter the studio of Paul Delaroche. Young Millet, however, showed 
no aptitude for historic painting, and after a short stay in the 
Delaroche studio, he left that master and went direct to nature fSr 
study. He married, and settled at Barbizon, near the Forest of 



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Fontainebleau, and there from the fields and woods, and from the 
peasants he took the subjects for his- works. His first contribution to 
the Salon was in 1844; to the Paris Exhibition of 1855 he sent 
"Peasant Grafting a Tree." In the London Exhibition of 1862, as 
also in the Paris Exhibition of 1867, he was represented. The Louvre 
and many other public galleries count his work among their most 
valued possessions. He was not a prolific painter — executing only about 
80 pictures in oil, and a few hundred pastels, lithographs, drawings, 
etc. — but gave much thought to his work; he retained his canvases in 
his studio, and returned. to them from time to time, in order to give 
them exactly the sentiment he wished them to express. Millet died at 
Barbizon, in 1875. 

56 The Shepherdess. 

Lent by Mrs. Jesse W. Lindsay. 

ROBERT C. MINOR. (American School.) 

Born, New York, N, Y., 1840. Died, 1904. Pupil of Van Luppen, 
Antwerp, and Diaz and Boulanger, Paris. Honorable mention, Paris 
Exposition, 1900. Member of National Academy of Design, N. Y. 

57 A Bit of Long Island. 

Lent by Mr. Jos. Simon. 

CLAUDE MONET. (Contemporary French School.) 

Born, 1840, at Paris; lives at Giverny. Pupil of Gleyre, Paris; in- 
fluenced first by Boudin and later by Manet. It was one of Monet's 
pictures, exhibited in 1874, under the title of Impression: "Soliel 
Levant,'* which led to the use of the term Impressionist to designate 
the group of artists who were working along similar lines to secure 
atmospheric effects and out-door luminosity. Represented in the 
Luxembourg, Paris; Metropolitan Museum . of Art, New York, and 
Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh. 

58 Waterloo Bridge. 

Lent by Mrs. Jas. S. Watson. 

SAMUEL FINLEY BREESE MORSE. (American School.) 

Born at Charlestown, Mass., April 27, 1791; died in New York, April 
2, 1872. Figure and portrait painter, studied under Washington 
AUston and later in London under Benjamin West. He returned to 
the United States in 1815, and after painting in Boston and Charles- 
ton, S. C, removed to New York in 1822, where in 1826, he became 
one of the original founders of the National Academy of Design, of 
which he was president in 1827-45, and again in 1861-62. In 1829 he 
revisited Europe, and spent three years in Rome, Paris and other art 
centers, but ten years later abandoned the profession to devote himself 
to scientific investigations, and he is now better known as the inventor 
of the system of magneto-electric telegraphy, which bears his name, than 
as a painter. 

59 Portrait of Dr. Long. 

Lent by Mr. C. Walter Smith. 

J. MUENIER. (Modern French School.) 

Resides in Paris. Regular exhibitor in Paris Salon, Exposition 
Universelle, 1900, and World's Exposition, St. Louis, 1904. 

60 A Pastoral. 

Lent by Mrs. G. D. B. Bonbright. 



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J. FRANCIS MURPHY, N. A., New York. 

Born, Oswego, N. Y., 1853. Substantially self-taught, though he has 
visited Europe and has painted abroad. His work is thoroughly individ- 
ual and his landscapes are characteristically American, Mr. Murphy 
was awarded the Second Hallgarten Prize at the National Academy, 
New York, 1885; Webb Prize, Society of American Artists, 1887; gold 
medal, Prize Fund Exhibition, New York, 1887; medal, World's Colum- 
bian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; Evans Prize, American Water -Color 
Society, 1894; -gold medal, Art Club of Philadelphia, 1899; honorable 
mention, Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1900; silver medal, Pan-Ameri- 
can Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; gold medal, Charleston Exposition, 1902; 
Carnegie Prize, Society of American Artists, 1902; silver medal. Uni- 
versal Exposition, St. Louis, 1904. Elected associate of the National 
Academy, 1885, and academician, 1887. Member of the Society of 
American Artists, 1901. Member also of the American Water Color 
Society. 

61 Late Afternoon. 

Lent by Mrs. Granger A, Hollister. 

ALBERT NEUHUYS. (Contemporary Dutch School.) 

Born, Utrecht. Member of the Arti et Amicitiae, Amsterdam; Royal 
Society of Aquarellists, Brussels. Represented in Tylers Museum, 
Haarlem; National Museum, Amsterdam; National Museum, Buenos 
Aires; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; New Pinakothek, 
Munich; Dordrecht Museum; Mesdag Museum, The Hague; gold 
medal Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1889; medal of -the first class, 
International Exhibition, Munich, 1890; two gold medals, Columbian 
Exposition, Chicago, 1893; gold medal, Vienna, 1894; Brussels, 1910; 
Buenos Aires, 1910; Budapest and Amsterdam. Officer in the Orders 
of St. Michael and the Netherland Lion. Died, Amsterdam, 1914. 

62 Dutch Interior. 

Lent by Mrs. Geo. W. Aldridge. 

GEORGE GLENN NEWELL, New York. 

Born, Berrien County, Michigan, 1870. Pupil of the National 
Academy of Design, New York, under Edgar M. Ward, and Teachers' 
College, Columbia University, ^under Will S. Robinson. Awarded Lay 
Members' Purchase Prize, $500, Salmagundi Club, New York, 1906. 
Represented in Detroit Art Museum, Collection of Charles L. Hutchin- 
son, Chicago. 

63 Ax THE Watering Place. 

Lent by Mr. J. Warren Cutler. 

LEONARD OCHTMAN, N. A., New York City. 

Born, Zonnemaire, Holland, 1854. Self-taught. Prize, Brooklyn Art 
Club, 1891; medal, World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; gold 
medal, Philadelphia Art Club, 1894; silver medal, Pan-American Exposi- 
tion, Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, Charleston Exposition, 1902; Morgan 
Water Color Prize, Salmagundi Club, New York, 1902; Shaw Fund 
Prize, Society of American Artists, 1902; Inness Gold Medal, National 
Academy, 1903; Woodward Purchase Fund, Brooklyn Institute of Arts 
and Sciences, 1903; William T. Evans Prize, Salmagundi Club, New 
York, 1903; Webb Prize, Society of American Artists, 1904; two gold 
medals (for oil and water color). Universal Exposition, St. Louis, 1904; 
Rhead Purchase Fund, Richmond Art Club, Richmond, Indiana, 1905; 



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Second Corcoran Prize, Washington Society of Artists, 1905; Inness 
Prize, Salmagundi Club, New York, 1906; Evans Prize, Salmagundi 
Club, 1907. Member of the National Academy, American Water Color 
Society, New York Water Color Club, and American Society of Land- 
scape Painters. 

64 Early Morning, June. 

Lent by Mrs. Wra. R. Taylor. 



MAXFIELD PARRISH, A. N. A., Windsor, Vermont. 

Born, Philadelphia, Pa., 1870. Pupil at Pennsylvania Academy o£ 
the Fine Arts and Howard Pyle. Honorable mention, Paris Exposition, 
1900; silver medal for drawings, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 
1901. Member of Society of American Artists; associate, National 
Academy of Design, National Academy; Fellowship, Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts and National Institute of Arts and Letters. 

65 A Decoration. 

Lent by Mrs. Ernest R. Willard. 



ARTHUR PARTON, N. A. (Modern American School.) 

Born, Hudson, N. Y., 1842. Pupil of Wm. T. Richards, Philadelphia. 
Temple Silver Medal, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 1899; 
honrable mention, Paris Exposition, 1889. Member of American 
Water Color Society and National Academy of Design, New York. 
Died, 1914. 

QQ Spring Blossoms. 

Lent by Mr. Harold P. Brewster. 



CHARLES SPRAGUE PEARCE. (American School.) 

Born in Boston, Mass., 1851 ; died, 1914. He resided in Europe 
since 1866, Studied in Paris. Portrait and figure painter; pupil of 
Leon Bonnat. Honorable mention, Paris, 1881; medal, third class, 
Paris, 1883; medals in Boston, 1878, 1881; Philadelphia, 1881. 

67 Going to Market. 

Lent by Mrs. Ernest R. Willard. 



HENRY W. RANGER, N. A., New York. 

Born, Western New York, 1858. Studied art outside of academies 
and during several years residence in France, England, and Holland. 
Bronze medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1900; silver medal, Pan- 
Amrican Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; gold medal, Charleston Exposition, 
1902. Member of the National Academy and the American Water Color 
Society. Represented in the Corcoran Art Gallery, Washington; Carne- 
gie Gallery, Pittsburgh; and in the collections of the Lotos Club, New 
York; William T. Evans, Esq., John Harsen Rhoades, Esq., Dr. Alex- 
ander T. Humphreys, and many others in America and Europe. 

68 A Cloudy Day. 

Lent by Mr. Erickson Perkins. 



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ROBERT REID, N. A., Yonkers, N. Y. 

Born, Stockbridge, Mass., 1862. Pupil of School of the Museum of 
Fine Arts, Boston Cfor three years Assistant Instructor); Art Students' 
League, New York; Academie Julian, Paris, under Boulanger and Le- 
f6bvre. Awarded Thomas B. Clarke Prize, National Academy of Design, 
New York, 1896; First Hallgarten Prize, National Academy of Design, 
1897; gold and silver medals. Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1900; silver 
medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, Exposition 
Universal, St. Louis, 1904; Third William A. Clark Prize and Corcoran 
Bronze Medal, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.- C, 1908. 
Member of the National Academy of Design, New York; National 
Institute of Arts and Letters; "The Ten" American Painters. One of 
the artists who painted the mural decorations for the World's Colum- 
bian Exposition, Chicago; Library of Congress, Washington, D. C; 
Appellate Court House, New York; Paulist Fathers' Church, New York; 
Massachusetts State House, Boston; and for five years worked on the 
decorative windows for the Rogers Memorial Church, Fairhaven, Mass. 
Represented in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Corcoran 
Gallery of Art, and National Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C; 
Cincinnati Museum Association: John Herron Art Institute, Indian- 
apolis ; Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Art Gallery ; Brooklyn 
Institute of Arts and Sciences; Detroit Museum of Art; Nebraska 
Art Association, Lincoln; Art Association of Richmond, Ind. ; Omaha 
Museum, Neb.; St. Botolph Club, Boston; Players' Club, New York; 
and numerous private collections. 

69 An Outdoor Pose. 

Lent by Mrs. Chas. A. Green, 



SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS. (British School.) 

Born, 1723, at Plympton Earl, near Plymouth; died at London, 1792. 
His father, who was a schoolmaster, once wrote over a drawing the 
boy had done in his exercise-book: "Done by Joshua out of pure idle- 
ness." "While I am doing this," wrote Joshua himself of his drawing 
a few years later, "I am the happiest creature alive." At eighteen 
was sent to London to study under Hudson. In 1749 sailed to Italy 
and studied two years in Rome, Parma, Florence and Venice. Returned 
to London in 1752 settling first in St. Martin's Lane, afterwards in 
Great Newport St., and finally in Leicester Square. From this time 
forward his life was one unbroken success. Was supreme as a portrait 
painter and when in 1768, the Royal Academy was founded, Reynolds 
was elected its first President by acclamation, and was knighted by 
the king-^an honor which has ever since been bestowed on the holder 
of that office. 



70 Lady Wilton. 

Lent by Mr. Hiram W. Sibley. 



GEORGE ROMNEY. (British School.) 

Born,- 1734, at Beckside, Lancashire; died, 1802, at Kendal. Appren- 
ticed to an itinerant portrait painter, Christopher Steele; in 1762 he 
went to London, where the greater part of his life was spent. His 
paintings have increased wonderfully in value and appreciation in the 
last decade. 

71 Lady Francis Benson. 

Lent by Mr. Hiram W. Sibley. 



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EMILIO SANCHEZ-PERRIER. (Spanish School.) 

Born in Seville, Spain. Pupil of Cano. Honorable Mention, Paris, 
1886. Silver Medal, Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1889. 

72 On the Banks of the River. 

Lent by Mrs, Warham Whitney. 

HERMAN SCPINEE. (Contemporary German School.) 

Resides in Munich. Contributor to the Berlin and Munich Academy 
Exhibitions. 

73 The Court- yard of a Castle. 

Lent by Mr. Edward Bausch. 

ADOLPHE SCHREYER. (German School.) 

Born at Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany, 1828; died, 1899. Pupil 
of the Stadel Institute, Frankfort. Belonging to a distinguished family, 
the artist enjoyed every advantage of travel and instruction. In 1855 
he followed to the Crimea the regiment commanded by Prince Taxis, 
and made many spirited studies. He lived in Paris for several years, 
but in 1870 settled in Kronberg, near Frankfort. Was awarded medals 
in Paris, in 1864, 1865 and 1867, Exposition Universelle; at Brussels 
1863, and Vienna Exposition, 1873. Received the Cross of the Order 
of Leopold of Belgium, 1864. In 1862 he was appointed painter to the 
court of the GJrand Duke Mecklenburg-Swerin. He was a member 
of the Academies of Antwerp and Rotterdam, and Honorary of the 
Deutsches Nochstift. 

74 The Chief and His Escort. 

Lent by Mrs. Warham Whitney. 

LEOPOLD SEYFFERT. 

Born, Colorado Springs, Colo., 1887; received first instruction from 
local artist named Latare. When he was sixteen his family removed 
to Pittsburgh where he continued his studies at the Stevenson Art 
School. Later entered the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in 
Philadelphia. William M. Chase, Thomas P. Anschutz and Cecilia 
Beaux were his teachers there. Won the Academy's Cresson Traveling 
Scholarship for European travel two years in succession — also the 
Henry Thuron prize for composition and the Charles Toppan prize for 
the best landscape painted by a student in the schools. 

75 Portrait of Mr. J. Foster Warner. 

Lent by Mr. J. Foster Warner. 

JOAQUIN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA. (Spanish School.) 

Born in Valencia, 1863. Pupil of San Carlos Academy in Valencia; 
and studied in Rome on a scholarship awarded hira by his native town. 
Awarded medal of the Third Class, Paris Salon, 1893; a medal of the 
Second Class in 1895, and the Grand Prix in 1900. Medal at Colum- 
bian Exposition at Chicago, 1893; gold medals in Munich, Vienna, and 
Berlin. His honors also include the Grand Cross of Isabel the Catho- 
lic, the order of Alfonso XII, and the Legion of Honor, France. 
Represented in the Luxembourg, Paris; in Museums of Madrid, Berlin, 
Adine and Venice; the City Art Museum of St. Louis, Mo.; the Art 
Institute, Chicago; the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; the 



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Hispanic Society, New York; Gollection of Mr. Charles A. Green, 
Rochester, N. Y., and in many other public and private collections. 

76 Oxen on the Beach. 

Given to the Gallery by Mrs. Jas. S. Watson. 

FRITZ THAULOW. (Scandinavian School.) 

Born at Christiana,- Norway, in 1 847 ; died, 1 906. Studied in 
Academy of Christiana, then under Sorensen at Copenhagen, and, 
later, under Hans Gude in Karlshuhe. During- recent years he main- 
tained a studio in Paris, though he spent a .considerable of each year 
at or near Dieppe. In 1876, he was a member of the International 
Jury of the Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia, and at the Paris 
Exposition in 1889, he was a member of the International Jury of 
Awards for the Department of Fine Arts. He was decorated then with 
the Cross of th^ Legion of Honor. He was Art Commissioner for 
Norway at tlie Paris Exposition of 1900. He was awarded a Grand 
Prize at the Paris Exposition of 1900. He was made a Knight of the 
Legion of Honor, in 1889, and an officer of the Legion in 1901. He 
was particularly noted for his wonderful interpretations of winter, of 
moonlight effects and of rapidly moving water — swollen streams with 
swift currents, swirling eddies, churning whirlpools, etc. 

77 A Stream in Normandy. 

Lent by Mrs. Warham Whitney. 

DWIGHT W. TRYON, N. A., New York. 

Born, Hartford, Conn., 1849. Studied in Paris, under Jacquesson de 
la Chevreuse, Charles F. Daubigriy, and Antoine Guillemet. Opened 
a studio in New York in 1881. Gold medal, Boston, 1882; gold medal, 
Competitive Prize Fund Exhibition, New York, 1886; Second Hall- 
garten Prize, National Academy, New York, 1887; Webb Prize, Society 
of American Artists, 1889; Ellsworth Prize, Chicago Art Institute, 1889; 
Potter Palmer Prize, Chicago Interstate Exoosition, 1889; medal of the 
first class, Munich International Exposition, 1891; medal, World's 
Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; first prize, Cleveland Exposition, 
1895; first prize, Tennessee Centennial Exposition,- Nashville, 1896; 
gold medal, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, 1898; Chronological Medal, 
Carnegie Institute, 1899; gold medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 
1901; gold medal, Universal Exposition^ St. Louis, 1904. Member of 
the National Academy and American Water Color Society. Professor 
of Art, Smith College, Massachusetts. Represented in Metropolitan 
Museum of Art, New York; Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo; St. Louis 
Museum of Fine Arts; Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, and in the 
collection of Charles L. Freer. 

78 Moonlight. 

Lent by Mrs. Jesse W. Lindsay. 

SIR ANTHONY VAN DYCK. (Flemish School.) 

Born, 1599, at Antwerp; died, 1641. -at London. Pupil of Rubens at 
Antwerp; traveled for five years in Italy, and on his return went to 
Antwerp; settled in London in 1632. His courtly elegance of person 
and refinement of address soon won the attention of Charles I, who 
appointed him principal painter in ordinary to their majesties. He 
painted a large picture of the King and Queen, the Prince of Wales 
and the Princess Mary, and in three months after his arrival in Eng- 
land, the King conferred on him the honor of Knighthood. In 1640 he 



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made a journey to Flanders, returning to London in the following 
year, where, on the 9th of December, 1641, he died at his home at 
Blackfriars. 

79 Portrait of a Nobleman. 

Lent by Mr. George Eastman. 

REMBRANDT VAN RYN. fDutch School.) 

The jgreatest master of the Dutch School and one of the three greatest 
artists in the history of painting. Born at Leyden, 1607; died at Ams- 
terdam, 1669. He was a son of Harman Gerritzoon, a prosperous 
miller at Leyden. Having studied with van Swaenburgh and Pieter 
Lastman, he established himself, in 1630, at Amsterdam, and soon after 
married Saskia van Ulenburg. He was successful but improvident, and 
had frequent struggles with the bailiff. Late in life he married a second 
wife, Hendrickie Stoffels, who had been a servant in his family. His 
fame as an etcher almost equals his fame as a painter. For strengthj 
truth, handling, chiaroscuro, he has never been surpassed. 

80 Portrait of a Young Man. 

Lent by Mr. George Eastman. 

EUGENE JOSEPH VERBOECKHOVEN. (Belgian School.) 

Born at Warneton, West Flanders, June 9, 1799; died at Brussels, 
January 19, 1881. Son and pupil of the Sculptor, Barthelemi Verboeck- 
hoven. Studied in England, France, and Italy, and settled in Brus- 
sels. Member of Brussels, Antwerp, Ghent, Amsterdam and St. Peters- 
burgh Academies. Legion of Honor; Commander of Orders of Leo- 
pold and Francis Joseph; Bavarian Order of St. Michael; Portuguese 
Order of Christ; Order of Iron Cross, 1830. 

81 Interior of a Stable, with Sheep. 

Lent by Mrs. Josiah Anstice. 

DOUGLAS VOLK, N. A. (Contemporary American School.) 

Born, Pittsfield, Mass., 1856. Pupil of Gerome in Paris. Medal, 
Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; Shaw Fund Purchase, Society 
of American Artists, 1899; first prize. Colonial Exhibition, Boston, 
1 899 ; silver medal , Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 190 1 ; silver 
medal, Charleston Exposition, 1902; Carnegie Prize, Society of Ameri- 
can Artists, 1903; silver medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904. Member 
National Academy, 1899; Society American Artists, 1880. 

82 A Portrait. 

Lent by Mr. Edmund Lyon. 

JOHANN GEORG VON BREMEN— Called Meyer von Bremen. 
(German School.) 

Born in Bremen, 1813; died at Berlin, 1886. Pupil of Dusseldorf 
Academy under Carl Sohn and Schadow. Painted at first Biblical 
subjects, afterwards genre. Repeatedly visited Belgium, and in 1852 
moved to Berlin, where he was made professor in 1863. Member of 
Amsterdam Academy; Order of Leopold; medal in Philadelphia, 1876. 

83 At the Window. 

Lent by Mrs. Josiah Anstice. 

84 The Festoon. 

Lent by Mrs. G. D. B. Bbnbright. 



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HORATIO WALKER, N. A. (Contemporary American School.) 

Born, Canada, 1858. Gold Medal, competitive exhibition at American 
Art Galleries, New York, 1887. William T. Evans Prize, American 
Water Color Society, 1888; gold medal, Coinpetitive Prize Fund Exhi- 
bition, New York, 1888; bronze medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 
1880; medal. World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; gold 
medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo,- 1901; gold medal, Charleston 
Exposition, 1902; gold medal. Universal Exposition, St. Louis, 1904; 
gold medal of honor, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1906; 
first prize, Worcester, Mass., Art Museum, 1907. Member of the 
National Academy, American Water Color Society, arid Royal Institute 
of Painters in Water Colors, London; Canadian Art Club, Toronto; 
Society of American Artists; Artists' Fund Society and Artists' Aid 
Society. 

85 Woman Milking. 

Lent by Miss Ada Howe Kent. 

86 Cows IN A Marsh. 

Lent by Miss Ada Howe Kent. 



CARLETON WIGGINS, N. A. (Contemporary American School.) 

Born, Turner's, Orange County, N. Y., March 4, 1848. Pupil of 
N. A, D. and Geo. Inness, in New York. Member: A. N. A., 1890, N. 
A., 1906; S. A. A., 1887; A. W. C. S.; Salma. C, 1898 (pres.) ; Lotus 
C. ; Brooklin A. C. ; A. Fund S. ; A. Aid S. Awards: gold medal, Prizd 
Fund Exhibition, New York, 1894; bronze medal, Pan-Am. Exhibi- 
tion, Buffalo, 1901. Represented in the Metropolitan Museum, New 
York, Corcoran Gallery, and Brooklyn Institute, Brooklyn. 

87 Cows. 

Lent by Mrs. Chas. E. Angle. 



FELIX ZIEM. (French School.) 

Born at Beaune (Cote-d'Or), 1821. Pupil of Art School of Dijon. 
Traveled in Southern France, Italy and the East. His views of Venice 
have won him world-wide fame. Medals: Third class. 1851, 1855; first 
class, 1852. Legion of Honor, 1857; Officer, 1878. Died at Paris, 1911. 

88 The Yellow Sail. 

Lent by Mrs. Wm. D. EUwanger. 



CHARLES MELVILLE DEWBY. -^ (Contemporary . American School.) 

Born, Lowville, N. Y., July 16, 1849. Pupil of Carolus-Duran in 
Paris. Member: A. N. A., 1903; N. A., 1907; Nat. Inst. A. L.; Lotos 
Club. Awards: silver medal. Pan- Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver 
medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. Works: "Edge of the Forest," Cor- 
coran Gallery, Washington; "The Grey Robe of Twilight," Fine Arts 
Academy, Buffalo; "The Harvest Moon," and "The Close of Day," 
National Gallery, Washington; "Old Fields," Pennsylvania Academy, 
Philadelphia; "Amagansett from the Fields," Brooklyn Institute 
Museum. 

89 The Essex Marshes. 

Lent by Mrs. George C. Hollister. 



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CHAS. HENRY FROMUTH. (Contemporary American School.) 

Born in Philadelpliia, Pa., February 23, 1861. Pupil of Pennsyl- 
vania Academy of the Fine Arts under Thomas Eakins. Second-class 
gold medal, International Exposition of the Fine Arts, Munich, 1897; 
silver medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; gold medal, St. Louis Exposition, 
1904. Associate Soeiete- Nationales des Beaux Arts, Paris; member 
London Pastel Society; Soeiete des Peintures de Marine, Paris ;■ Berlin 
Secession Society of Painters. Specialty, marines. 

90 Three Panels entitled, At Concarneau. 

Lent by Mr. J. Sherlock Andrews. 

WALTER L. PALMER. (Contemporary American School.) 

Born, Albany, August 1, 18S4; son of the sculptor, Erastus Dow 
Palmer. Pupil of F. E. Church, at Hudson, N. Y.; Carolus-Duran in 
Paris. Member: A. N. A., 1887; N. A., 1897; S. A. A., 1881; N. Y. 
W. C. C; A. W. C. S.; Salma. C, 1901; Pastel; Century Assoc; 
Union Inter-des Beaux-Arts et des Lettres. Awards: Second Hall- 
garten Prize, N. A. D., 1887; medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; 
gold medal, A. C, Phila., 1894; Evans Prize, A. W. C. S., 1895; first 
prize, Boston, 1895; second prize, Tennessee Centennial Exp., Nash- 
ville, 1897; hon. mention, Paris Exp., 1900; silver medal for Water 
Color, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver medal for Water Color, 
Charleston Exp., 1902; silver medal for Water Color and bronze medal 
for Oil, St. Louis Exp., 1904; silver medal, Philadelphia, 1907; bronze 
medal, Buenos Aires Exp., 1910. 

91 Venice. 

Lent by Mrs. George C. Hollister. 

WM. E. B. STARKWEATHER. (Contemporary American School.) 
No biographical notes available. 

92 Dark Waters. 

Lent by Mr. Chas. A. Green. 



Sir thos. Lawrence 
83 "portrait of mr. miles" 

Lent by Mr. Hiram W. Sibley 



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MEMBERS OF THE MEMORIAL ART 
GALLERY I9I3'I9I4 



SUPPORTERS 



Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bausch 

Miss Elizabeth Clarke 

George Eastman 

Charles A. Green 

Mrs. Granger A. HoUister 

Mrs. William S. Kimiball 

Mrs. Jesse Lindsay 



L. P. Ross 
Hiram W. Sibley 
Mrs. Hiram W. Sibley 
Mr. Henry A. Strong 
James S. Watson 
Mrs. James S. Watson 
Mrs. Ernest R. Willard 



SUSTAINING MEMBERS 



Mrs. Joseph T. Ailing 

Mrs. C. H. Babcock 

J. C. Barnard 

William Bausch 

Mrs. G. D. Bonbright 

E. Franklin Brewster 

Mrs George C. Buell 

E. N. Curtice 

James G. Cutler 

Mrs. E. J. Delano 

T. J. Devine 

Dr. C. A. Dewey 

W. A. E. Drescher 

Mrs. Rufus K. Dryer 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Du Puy 

John Ewing Durand 

George L. Eaton 

Mrs. Frank T. Ellison 



Mrs. Edward EUwanger 

Misses EUwanger 

Mrs. William S. Ely 

C. M. Everest 

Mrs. Joseph Farley 

Mrs. Ralph C. Fitch 

Mr. and Mrs. William B. Hale 

Mr. and Mrs. George D. Hale 

Charles B. Judson 

A. J. Katz 

Miss Ada Howe Kent 

Mrs. Harold C. Kimtall 

Miss Annie D. Knowlton 

Bernard Liesching 

A. M. Lindsay 

Mrs. A. M. Lindsay 

Carl F. Lomb 

Max Lowenthal 



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Joseph Michaels 

Guernsey Mitchell 

Cyrus F. Paine 

Arthur Robinson 

Mrs. Kingman Nott Robins 

Clinton Rogers 

T. B. Ryder 

F. A. Sherwood 

Mrs. Rufus A. Sibley 

C. Walter Smith 

Mrs. Arthur C. Smith 

Mrs. Charles A. Stern 



Morley A. Stern 

Mrs. William R. Taylor 

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Thayer 

C. M. Thorns 

G. W. Todd 

A.. J. Townson 

Mrs. L. S. Ward 

Mrs. Warham Whitney 

Julius M. Wile 

Ernest R. Willard 

Ernest L. Woodward . 

Mrs. C. T. Woodward 



CONTRIBUTING MEMBERS 



A. Adler 

Elmer Adler 

J. Sherlock Andrews 

Mrs. W. H. Averell 

Miss Elizabeth Averell 

R. A. Badger 

William F. Balkam 

Mrs. Henry C. Brewster 

Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Brewster 

Judge Selden S. Brown 

Mrs. George C. Buell 

DeWitt Butts 

Mrs. C. C. Clark 

Adelbert Cronise 

Mrs. H. G. Danforth 

Hermann Dossenbach 

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. G. Dumont 

Mrs. William E. Ellwanger 

A. B. Eastwood 

F. M. Ellery 

Mrs. M. Alida Ellery 

J«ewis Friederich' 

A Friend 



Miss Martha M. Harper 
/ Albert H. Harris 
l-Mrs. Albert H. Harris 

Miss Laura D. Hawkes 
• Dr. and Mrs. R. Hofheinz 
)^ Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. HoUister 

Walter S. Hubbell 

Mrs. M. G. Jones 

F A. Macomber 

Robert Mathews 

G. and C. Miller 

Wm. S. Morse 

Dr. E. W. Mulligan 

Frank G. Newell 

Mrs. J. W. Oothout 

Mr. and Mrs. Erickson Perkins 

Gilman Perkins 

Mrs. C. B. Potter 

J. C. Powers 

Dr. Rush Rhees 

Charles M. Robinson 

Mrs. O. M. Roberts 

Dr. John O. Roe 



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William R. Seward 
Harper Sibley 
Mrs. Harper Sibley 
Joseph Simon 
W. E. Sloan 
Mrs. Thomas D. Spencer 
Dr. H. H. Stebbins 
Miss Stebbins 



Henry M. Stern 

Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Stone 

Mrs. E. A. Webster 

Miss A. K. Whitney 

Thomas Whittle 

Miss A. E. M. Wild 

Sol Wile 

Dr. E. H. Wolcott 



ANNUAL MEMBERS 



Isaac Adler 
^tfortimer Adiler 
Hilton S. Adler 
(iMax Adler 
iMrs. Leonard L. Allen 

Atkinson Allen 
^iss Kate Andrews 

Osborne Ashley 

J. J. Backrow 

G. C. J. Bailey 

F. G. Barry 

William H. Bemish 

Mrs. Joseph Blumenstiel 

Claude Bragdon 

Mrs. J. S. Bronk 

Mrs. B. B. CJiace 

Mrs. L. P. C'Hapiri 

Mrs. Edward DeWitt Chapin 

Mrs. Louise C. Clarke 

H.C. Cohn 

Mrs. M. W. Cooke 

Dr. J. R. Culkin 

J. W. Cutler 

Mrs. J. W. Cutler 

Mrs. W. W. Dake 

Miss E. H. Denio 

Prof. C. W. Dodge 



Mrs. C. W. Dodge 

Mrs. Frank W. Elwood 

Nathaniel Foote 

Charles P. Ford 

Mrs. Charles P. Ford 

Miss Julia B. French 

Mrs. John B. Frey 

A Friend, by Mrs. E. R. Willard 

Miss Lilah Gaffney 

Miss Myra Galusha 

Mrs W. C. Gannett 

Mrs. J. L. Garson 

Miss Elizabeth Gibbard 

Miss Emma M; Gibbard 

Mrs. A. M. Gordon 

Mrs. Samuel Gould 

Miss Helen E. Gregory 

Mrs. Florence M. Hanford 

Mrs. Cornelia M. Harris 
^Xtorles B Hawkins 

George L. Herdle 
■ \^. W. Hinrichs, Jr. 

V^iss Bertha B. Hooker 
■V<Slartin B. Hoyt 
t-Mrs. W. E. Hoyt 
yjliffs. Herbert. W. Hoyt 

Jifrs. S. F. Jenkins 



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•^CTrs. Junius R. Judson 

.^iMuus R, Judson 

^t.»Max Land'sberg 

^gjcfeard M. Lansing 

Jis» E. G. Link 

[^1»^. Beekman C. Little 

,£»»W. Lovejoy 

Mrs: F. W. Lovejoy 

JWilliam Miller 

Jw-E. Mock 

M^- E. F. Moran 

.^isB Linda L. Morse 

-MTs's Mary P. Morse 

■^Rss Lillian Mount 

Aftss Annette Gardner Munro 

•*fts. R. M. Myers 

344rs. Oscar Pardo 

J^s. George W. Perkins 

J^iffs. Gilman H. Perkins 

^Jiffss Marie B. Pond 

^^s Susan Pond 

i^s. .Mary S. Porter 

•Cr. E. B. Potter 

l^f. M. C. Potter 



Pmlip Present 
^. R. Randall 
Jifes. liobert Ranlet 
^Walter Remington 
b^ Elbert Scrantom 
ri^s. R. C. Shumway 
'-^ W. Smith 
^rs. Paul Moore Strayer 
^>i< C. R. Sumner 
vMiss Louise VanCampen Taylor 
^Herman Thiem 
^^««Mrs. J. B. Thomas 
F iSmnlnm Thnmac 
^J*erbert Wadsworth 
/.Andrew J. Warner 
^rs. S. M. Weill 
j^JS^fs. Chas. W. Weis 
TTiiii niMllilli Ti'lijli 
MisgX^aroline William 
^^Karles M. Williams 
A^Ir C. R. Wit)ierspoon 
fJAfs. A. B. Wolcott 
Mrs. Coonley Wood 
Miss Marion Wright 



ASSOCIATE MEMBERS 



"Imss Orel Adams 
»Miss Winifred Arnold 
Miss Lulu Scott Backus 
nftSlph Barstow 
«A:rmin Buchterkirch 
aFletcher Carpenter 
IVliss Helen Chapin 
G. Hanmer CroughtQji 
^liss Clara K. Curtis 
Miss Harriet A. Curtiss 
-Professor C. W. Dodge 



- ^ Thilman Fahry 
■^''^Miss Rosa-Fechenbach 
j^,,J(liss Florence E. Ford 
■■ ■ai FiiLiiJ . 
S. Gerber 
^---Ed'win S. Gordon 
V^ B. Ayles'worth Haines 
U-^tto E. Hewton 
1^ Miss Amy M. Hodges 
^^Miss Margaret Hooker 
,^ Mrs. A. Klingenberg 



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"Sliss Helen E. Lucas 
Miss Marjorie Lush 
William V. Madden 
'Henry C. Maine 
.Miss Mary Pease Milliman 
Miss L. M. Morse 
•Mrs. Margaret E. Price 
'Mrs. William M. Rebasz 
-Miss Hannah Teresa Rowley 
-Miss Anna Page Scotf 



'-■^KTiss Ella See 

„ Miss Florence Smith 

j,,JV[iss M. Sterling 
j^liss M. Louise Stowell 
^-Mrs. D. D. Sully 
-"A. Prentiss Ward 

^ Mrs. H. Emily Wells 
^-Miss Frances R. Wiley 
. Miss Blanca Will 



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7HE GENESEE PRESS OF ROCHESTER 



THE object of The Memorial Art Gallery is to further 
the interests of fine arts in the city of Rochester by 
maintaining exhibitions of pictures and statuary, an art 
library, and a collection of photographs and prints, which 
shall be a means both of pleasure and of education for all the 
citizens of Rochester. 

In order that a large number of lovers of art in Rochester 
may share in making the Gallery useful and enjoyable for all 
the citizens, provision has been made in the By-Laws for 
membership in various classes. . 

All members are entitled to free admission to the Gallery at 
all times that it is open to the public, and to all lectures, 
receptions and private views that may be conducted by the 
Directors. Supporters and sustaining members shall also 
have the privilege of free admission for members of their 
families and for visiting friends. 

A contributing member shall have the privilege of free ad- 
missions for himself and one other member of his family. 

Classes of Membership 

1. Supporters. Persons who shall contribute two hun- 
dred and fifty dollars a year towards the maintenance of the 
Art Gallery. 

2. Sustaining Members. Persons who shall contribute 
one hundred dollars a year, or more, but less than two hun- 
dred and fifty dollars. 

3. Contributing Members. Persons who shall con- 
tribute twenty-five dollars a year or more, but less than one 
hundred dollars. 

4. Annual Members. Persons who shall contribute ten 
dollars a year or more, but less than twenty-five dollars. 

5. Associate Members. Any artist, school teacher or 
art craftsman actively practicing his profession, may become 
an associate member of the Art Gallery upon payment of five 
dollars a year.