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Full text of "Illustrated catalogue of the post-exposition exhibition in the Department of Fine Arts, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, California, January first to May first, nineteen hundred and sixteen"

Illustrated Qatalogue of the Post- 
Exposition Exhibition in the 
Department of Fine Arts ^ 
Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition < San Francisco ^ 
California ^ January First to 
May First ^ Nineteen Hundred 
£^ Sixteen ^ "Published by the 
San Francisco Art Association 



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COLLECTORS of 

EXPOSITION BOOKS 

and PICTURES 

SHOULD NOT FAIL TO SECURE COPIES OF THE 

FOLLOWING ITEMS OF OUR PUBLICATION, AS THE EDITIONS 

ARE NEARLY EXHAUSTED AND WILL 

NOT BE REPRINTED 

THAT WAS A DREAM WORTH BUKrDIXG. By Louis 
J. Stellmann. A graphic prose poem on the birth and develop- 
ment of San Francisco's great fair. "A distinctive volume 
by Louis J. Stellmann, who, in picture and word, portrays the 
spirit of San Francisco's great festival. So exquisite are the 
pictures from the author's exclusive camera studies, and as 
colored by Edith Kinney Stellmann, it would be an affecta- 
tion not to give them priority of praise. They arrest the eye 
and would hold it to the end, even though challenged by the 
prose of a Shelley — yes, prose is the word and Shelley is the 
poet. ' ' — From San Francisco Chronicle. 

SCULPTURES OF THE EXPOSITION PALACES AND 
COURTS. By Juliet James. Being descriptive notes on the 
art of the statuary of the Panama-Pacific International Expo- 
sition, with thirty-four tipped reproductions in duotone of the 
work of thirty sculptors. 

EXPOSITION BABIES. By Edith Kinney SteUmann. An 
idyl of the Fine Arts Colonnade. ' ' Some are jolly, little chaps, 
piping merrily on reeds, playing with frogs and fish, or stand- 
ing sturdily on the hard shell of a tortoise. All are alluring — 
so alluring that few people have passed through this wondrous 
colonnade without a smile and a cheery word for each of the 
tiny folk. ' ' 

THE CITY OF DOMES. By John D. Barry. A walk with 
an architect about the courts and palaces of the Panama- 
Pacific International Exposition, with a discussion of its archi- 
tecture, its sculpture, its mural decorations, its coloring and 
its lighting. 

SOUVENIR POST CARDS. A series of twelve cards in 
four colors from the original oil paintings by Will Sparks. 

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transaction of all branches of domestic and foreign Banking 

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Firms and Individuals 



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(Owned by the Stockholders of Mercantile National Bank of San Francisco) 

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REPORT OF THE COhfDITION OF THE 

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AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, DECEMBER 31, 1915 
RESOURCES LIABILITIES 

Loans and Discounts : : $17,178,635.26 Capital Stock : : : $ 4.000,000.00 

U. S. Bonds to secure dr- Surplus : : : : : : 1,500,000,00 

culation at par : : : 2,500,000.00 Undivided Profits : : : 510,809.92 

Other U. S. Bonds at par 100,000.00 Circulation : : : : : 2,451,600.00 

Other Bonds : : : : 3,297,780.16 Lettersof Credit, Domestic 

Other Assets : : : : 400,000.00 and Foreign : : : : 1,872,360.85 

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$16,428,215.00), standing on books at $15,497,757.54 

Loans on Real Estate, secured by first Mortgagres 40,622,378.61 

Loans on Bonds and Stocks 639,151.72 

Bank Buildings and Lots, Main and Branch Offices (value $600,000.00), 

standing on books at. - . . 1.00 

Other Real Estate (value $168,000,001, standing on books at 1.00 

Employees' Pension Fund, ($211,238.93) standing on books at 1.00 

CASH 5,090,371.15 

Total $61,849,662.02 

LIABILITIES 

Due Depositors $58,840,699.38 

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ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE 
POST-EXPOSITION PERIOD 

Dep arttnent of Fine Arts 



PROPERTY OF THE ART COLLECTIONS 
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY 



NOW READY 

ART IN California 



A Survey of American Art with special 
reference to Californian Painting, Sculp- 
ture and Architecture past and present par- 
ticularly asthose arts were represented at the 
Panama- Pacific International Exposition 

Being essays and articles by the following contributors: 



BRUCE PORTER 
EVERETT MAXWELL 
PORTER GARNETT 
HECTOR ALLIOT 
MICHAEL Wn^LIAMS 

antony anderson 
alma may cook 
wHjLIS polk 
john e. d. trask 

A. B. CLARK 

JOHN McLURE HAMILTON 



JOHN I. WALTER 
ROBERT B. HARSHE 
MABEL URMY SEARES 
PEDRO J. LEMOS 
HILL TOLERTON 
HAMILTON WRIGHT 

JOHN McLaren 

A. STIRLING CALDER 

LOUIS CHRISTIAN MULLGARDT 

BERNARD R. MAYBECK 



This sumptuous and profusely illustrated volume deals authoritatively with various 
aspects of American art, with the spirit that underlies it, and with its promise for the 
future, especially in California. 

In addition to articles of a general nature, ' ' Art in California ' ' contains studies 
dealing with more specific phases of the subject and with various eesthetic aspects of 
the Exposition. It will be illustrated with full-page reproductions of representative 
works by more than eighty of the best-known Californian painters and sculptors, 
together with a correspondingly large nimiber by the foremost Eastern artists, and 
many new and notable photographic views of the Exposition, including eight four- 
color plates. 

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especially woven paper, 250 pages of plates on cameo stock, and eight pages of direct 
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Illustrated Qatalogue of the Post- 
Exposition Exhibition in the 
Department of Fine Arts ^ 
Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition ^ San Francisco ^ 
California -^ January First to 
May Firsts Nineteen Hundred 
£^ Sixteen ^ T^ublished by the 
San Francisco Art Association 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 

PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION 

SAN FRANCISCO, 1915 



POST-EXPOSITION EXHIBITION 



JOHN E. D. TEASE 
Chief 

JANE BE MABANVILLE 

Secretary 

JOHN G. DUN LAP 

Sales Manager 



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Contents 



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Floor Plan vi 

The San Francisco Art Association. By John I. Walter, President vii 

The School of Fine Arts. By Pedro J. Lemos Plate Section 

Reproductions from Paintings, Sculpture and Etchings Plate Section 

Catalogue of Exhibits — 

United States Section S 

Colonnade and Eotunda. 

International Section 4 

Galleries 1 to 10, 17, 18, 22 to 24. 

Norwegian Section 12^ 

Galleries 11 to 16. 

Chilian Section 15 

Galleries 19 and 20. 

United States Section 16 

Galleries 25 to 50. 
Galleries 55 to 79. 
Galleries 87 to 97. 

Philippine Section 58 

Gallery 98. 

United States Section 5S 

Galleries 99 to 112. 

Netherlands Section 65 

Galleries 113 to 116. 

United States Section 65 

Galleries 117 to 120. 

Greek Casts 69 

Galleries 51, 54, 80 and 85. 

Index to Artists 79 

Members of San Francisco Art Association 99 

Western Art at the Exposition. By Michael Williams 107 

Art in California. A Brief Review of a Monumental Book Ill 



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The San Francisco Art Association 



THE San Francisco Art Association, which conducts the San Francisco Institute 
of Art, and its School of Design, was organized on March 28, 1871, for the 
promotion and encouragement of art in the community. 

It is an interesting fact — one in which San Francisco may take just pride — 
that this city organized its art work as early as New York or Boston — a striking 
testimony to the artistic energy of California. For the last forty-one years the 
Association has pursued its ends unceasingly, holding exhibitions and lectures, 
maintaining a large and important school, and interesting itself in every art 
movement in the city and State. 

After occupying the Museum Eoom of the Mercantile Library for the first 
year of its existence, the Association rented apartments at 313 Pine street, where 
it remained until 1876, and then moved to 430 Pine street. On March 4, 1893, it 
entered into possession of what was thereafter known as the Mark Hopkins 
Institute of Art. 

This important change in its housing was brought about through the munifi- 
cence of Mr. Edward F. Searles, of Methuen, Massachusetts, the owner of the 
property referred to, who deeded the buildings and grounds to the Eegents of the 
State University in trust for the uses of the Art Association, under its com- 
memmorative title. 

Superbly and most picturesquely located, this magnificent edifice was orig- 
inally designed for a residence by the pioneer citizen whose name it bore. Well 
adapted primarily to the purposes for which it was used, the place through the 
further generosity of Mr. Searles underwent many changes, increasing its advan- 
tages as an Art Institute. Most notable of these was the transformation of one 
of the buildings into a home for the School, and the addition to the house proper 
of a spacious hall for the exhibition of pictures, known as the Mary Frances 
Searles Gallery. 

Then came the great catastrophe of 1906, when fire following upon an earth- 
quake devastated the city and laid the greater part of it in ashes. The Art 
Institute, museum and school buildings, was destroyed, together with nearly all 
its contents; pictures, statuary, library, school equipment, the accumulations of 
nearly thirty-five years, were almost entirely swept out of existence. Owing 
to the isolated position of the Institute, and the precautions taken against any 
ordinary fire, very little insurance was carried, so that the monetary loss, as 
well as the loss in objects of art which can never be replaced, was appalling. 

Nevertheless, in spite of lack of means and the broken and disordered condi- 
tion of the city following the catastrophe, the Association succeeded in erecting 
a building on the foundations of the former Institute and reopening the School 
with all its departments within little more than a year after its destruction. 
Such pictures and statuary as were saved were installed in suitable rooms and a 
new library begun. In view of the fact that the memorial buildings of the 
Mark Hopkins Institute were obliterated it was decided to call the Institute there- 
after the San Francisco Institute of Art. The limitations of space forbid any 
sort of comprehensive list of those who have graduated from the school and who 
have become celebrated as painters, sculptors, illustrators, etchers and teachers. 
Sufiiee it to say that the roster of those prominent in the art world of America 
today contains a great many names of those who received their early training in 
this school. 

Eealizing that the Panama-Pacific International Exposition has created the 
most profound and wide-spread public interest in art, the directors of the Associ- 
ation knew it to be their duty to so strengthen the membership and financial 
resources of the Association as to bring about the establishment of a permanent 
and thoroughly equipped gallery, institute and school of fine arts. 

That which had sufficed for San Francisco up to the magical year of 1915 

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SAN FRANCISCO ART ASSOCIATION 

had suddenly become altogether inadequate. The Exposition had literally created 
tens of thousands of lovers and students of art. 

Therefore, the Association invited the co-operation and affiliation of the San 
Francisco Society of Artists, an organization which in little more than a year 
had built up a membership of nearly four hundred, which included many of the 
most celebrated artists of the day in America. We must here not fail to recognize 
the very vital part played by the Sketch Club, an organization of women artists 
which had done very fruitful work indeed in San Francisco, and which formed 
the nucleus around which the San Francisco Society of Artists was formed. 

The San Francisco Society of Artists responded with sincere and characteristic 
zeal. Committees representing both bodies held a series of conferences which 
finally and most happily resulted in the amalgamation of the two organizations. 

At the same time, some fifteen or twenty of the most representative of the 
women's organizations formed an executive committee pledged to an active cam- 
paign to assist the San Francisco Art Association to enlarge its membership. 

As soon as the general public understood the significance of the new move- 
ment they set the seal of their approval and support upon it, so that in a very 
short time the San Francisco Art Association had gained more than a thousand 
members. As these lines are being written, only a short time after the start of 
the campaign, it seems quite safe to prophesy that the time is not far distant 
when the San Francisco Art Association will have a membership of at least 
three thousand, and will possess ample funds for the great work which it has 
undertaken. 

With the public interested to such a large extent the service that the Asso- 
ciation can render it wiE be practically unlimited. Varied and frequent 
lecture courses, the publication of art catalogues, monographs and literature of 
all kinds appertaining to the subject; local, loan and circulating exhibitions 
held at frequent intervals, the increase in the size, equipment and scope of the 
School and connecting it more firmly with the instruction of art in the educational 
institutions of the State — all these are not alone probabilities, but a great deal in 
their direction has already been accomplished by the Association in the last 
three months. 

That the public of San Francisco demands galleries devoted exclusively to 
the exhibition of meritorious examples of the plastic arts, where all may freely 
come and receive the stimulus and delight which these things afford, there is no 
possible doubt. Nor is there any question that this demand is accompanied by 
another calling for standard and an excellence of the highest order. The perma- 
nent location of these galleries cannot at this moment be foretold, but whether 
this lovely Palace of Fine Arts, in the catalogue of whose collection this article 
appears, be permanently retained or vanish as a beautiful dream — one thing is 
certain, San Francisco intends to have them somewhere and definite plans in this 
direction will undoubtedly be unfolded in the very near future. 



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REPRODUCTIONS FROM PAINT- 
INGS, SCULPTURE AND ETCHINGS, 
POST-EXHIBITION, PALACE OF FINE 
ARTS; WITH AN ILLUSTRATED 
ARTICLE BY PEDRO J. LEMOS, OF 
THE SAN FRANCISCO ART ASSO- 
CIATION'S SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS 



The San Francisco Art Association's 
School of Fine Arts 




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^HE Sau Francisco Art Association has un- 
doubtedly accomplished more for the devel- 
ojiment of Art in the West than any other 
similar organization. This has been largely ac- 
complished through its art school, the California 
School of Design. Organized in 1871, the system 
of instruction and management has resulted in 
connnendation from all parts of the world. No 
less authority than Benjamin Constant commended 
it to the Julian Academy in Paris. And not only 
are such records of the past, but during the past 
three years the students of the school in open 
competition with all other art schools in the United 
States and Canada have secured the greater num- 
Iter of awards. Of the large number of students 
who have studied in the School of Design, a large 
proportion have achieved success in the profession 
of art, some having become distinguished, while 
many hundreds have become self-supporting in 
various art professions and industries. 
Among those whom the school records proudly as having enrolled in the classes 

are such names as Alexander Harrison, the well known painter; Edward Cucuel, who 

has achieved fame abroad; Eobert I. Aitken, the prominent sculptor; Eric Pape 

the painter, illustrator and instructor; Ernest C. Peixotto, the author and illustrator-' 

James Swinnertou and Homer Davenport, the cartoonists; Guy Rose, Charles Rollo 

Peters, Wilbur Reaser, Clara McChesney and a host of others. 

There is scarcely a painter identified with California art who has not been a 

student in the school and whose success or expression has been made possible bv the 

early foresight of the Association in establishing an art school. 

California names such as Dickman, Raleigh, Martinez, Cummings, JouUin, Chitten- 
den, Froelich, Seawall, Del Mue, Withrow. Borglum, Boye, Greenbaum, Piazzonni 

Jorgeusen, Staekpole, Judson. Redmond. Latimer. Mc- 

Cormick, Dixon, Morgan, Lee. Lundborg, Stanton, 

Grey, Xahl, Walter. Cunio. Raphael. Percy. Triedler. 

Carlson and others who are identified as leaders in 

California art have received instruction at the School 

of Design. 

The school through its Normal Art department 

and affiliation with the University of California has 

placed throughout the schools of the State many 

teachers of art. Thus it has been able to further its 

art infiuenee by training teachers along the correct 

lines of art, so that they in turn could teach art in 

the schools of the West. 

The interesting and surprising part of the school 's 

existence is that its wonderful part in giving these 

brilliant names to the history of Western and national 

art lias been accomplished with but little means. 

There is no other school in the United States of 

equal prominence or proportions that has been able to 
exist without endowments or scholarship funds for 





SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS 



its support. In the forty-odd years of the school's 
existence it has never received endowments or sim- 
ilar funds enjoyed by many Eastern art schools. 
The first endowment to be recorded will commence 
this year, through the generosity of the late Mr. 
Virgil Williams and his wife. The school owes its 
foundation to Mr. Virgil Williams, and it is a last- 
ing tribute to his interest in promoting art in the 
West that he planned such a fund. 

It is a surprise to directors of Eastern schools 
who visit the city to find a school of such size and 
again to know that it is supported by its own income. 
Schools through the East have large deficits, and the 
School of Design exists only through the strictest 
economy. This economy permits us to continue, but 
not to develop. New equipment, a better building, 
more funds for operating expenses, would accommo- 
date more students and permit greater growth. 

The subjects in the school originally consisted 
of the subjects of drawing, painting and sculpture. 

However, through the growth of industrial and commercial requirements and the fact 

that many students must necessarily become self-supporting, many of the applied 

and commercial forms of art have been added to the curriculum. This combination 

of studies has successfully prepared students to enter art industries with the knowledge 

of designing for such application intelligently, and, at the same time, having received 

a high training in draughtsmanship, to introduce artistic ideals into their work. At 

the present time the subjects consist of: Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, Illustration, 

Composition, Decorative and Commercial Design, Sketch Work, Mural Painting, 

Anatomy, Perspective, Interior Decoration, a Teacher's Course, Etching, Pottery, 

and Handicrafts. 

Besides the day classes, a class is held every Saturday and three evenings a week. 

These classes accomodate those who are unable to attend during the day through 

the week. 

Nine instructors are engaged in teaching, while two others are on the staff 

certain times of the school term, teaching special subjects. 

A suimner session has been held for two years, largely in response to the demands 

of teachers and others wishing to secure the advantages of this well known institution 

during the vacation months of the year. 

Many talented students applying at the School are unable to pay even the reason- 
able tuition charges and the School management grants a number of scholarships 

each year to assist such applicants. Again six scholarships are awarded to students 

for meritorious work accomplished in the classes 

during the year. The number of scholarships is 

necessarily limited and great and lasting good 

could be accomplished if funds were available for 

granting scholarships to more additional students. 
It must be borne in mind that many of the 

artists who have brought fame to the West and 

those who have established California art, have 

been many times those who have been recipients 

of such scholarships. They have made the most 

of the opportunities granted to them when they 

needed them most. 

At the present time there are students in the 

school who are just as talented as those former 

students who have become prominent in art. There 

are many now who would like to study art, who 

are undoubtedly fired with the same art ideals as 

those who have been granted scholarships before. 

They are prevented from doing so for lack of 

funds. Where can there be a greater aid to art 





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and its development 
than the establishment 
of scholarships to per- 
mit and encourage 
struggling students to 
secure good instruc- 
tion? A poor Ameri- 
can art student iu 
Eome unable to ex- 
hibit and thus bring 
his work before the 
public was, through 
the muniticence and 
wise generosity of another American, given funds to have his work cast in bronze. 
That step was the necessary one to bring recognition to genius. That expenditure 
was one of the greatest made for American art, for the student was none other 
than Saint Gaudens, "America's Old Master." 

I know of students working long hours of the night, to enable them to attend 
school in the dav, others who have saved for many years to attend art school, and others 
who go without" necessities of life, to be able to purchase their working materials. In 
Europe art students receive privileges in attending exhibitions, purchasing privileges 
and in manv wavs their studies are made easier; for it is hard enough work over- 
coming technical" difficulties in art study, but it is doubly hard to overcome financial 
obstacles at the same time. 

The School grants all the scholarships it possibly can. It needs others to help in 
this icork. The interest from a $2,000 fund will enable a student to enter the school 
for a year. Who knows but that many Alexander Harrisons and Saint Gaudens are 
waiting for such encouragement? 

I. therefore, appeal to those art patrons and those interested m art development 
to interest themselves in the worthv art students who need assistance. The returns 
will be great, not in dollars, but "in those rewards greater than money can bring. 
Visit the school, see what is being accompUshed. We will tell you where you can 
help- we will be glad to have vour suggestions. The school is a part of the Western 
art development; we want each art lover to feel that the school is part of their 
interest. 

With all the commendable aeti^•ities in art preservation and art purchases, let us 
not forget one of the greatest preservations of all— that of preserving and encour- 
aging the art student and that which the art student requires— true art education. 



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Director of the Institute. 





THE YACHTS: liLOUCESTEE HAEBUE. By Cluhh Ha.s.sani 

(Purchased by the San Francisco Society of Artists, and 

presented to the San Francisco Art Association, with 

which the Society has amalgamated.) 




HERO AND LEANDER. By Felix E. Hiihthio 




YOUNG GIEL. By Gretchen W. Sogers 




DANCING BACCHANTE. By Bobert I. Aitken 




THE WREATH OF ANEMONES. By Axel GaUen-KuUelu 




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POBTEAIT: MRS. HUTH. By James McXeiU Whistler 




POPPY GIRL. Bii J. J. Mora 















PARK BENCH IN WINTER. By Frits Thaulow 




SCRATCHING A TWISTER. By Joseph J. Mom 




HEAD OF LOUIS SLOSS, JR. By Ealph Stavkpole 




PORTRAIT: KEXEUKT XV. Bij Ilonitio Gaigher 







SUMMER NIGHT: I'Ui.NT LOBOS. Bii W'iUktm Hitschel 




IX THE STUDIO. By Ellen Emmet Band 



THE WHITE VASE. By Hugh H. Breckenridge 

(Purchased by Mrs. E. H. Harriman for presentation to the 

San Francisco Art Association.) 




TORSO. By Arthur B. Carles 

(Purchased by Mrs. E. H. Harriman for presentation to the 

San Francisco Art Association.) 




ST. IVES FISHING BOATS. By Hayley Lever 




NUDE. Bii Bichard E. iliih 



O YE OF LITTLE FAITH! By Emil Carlsen 




THE HOUSEMAID. By William McGregor Paxton 




KWAUXOX MEDITATING OX HUMAN LIFE. By John La Farge. 









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PEACE: HOPILAND. By Albert L. GroU 




PORTRAIT. By Clarence K. EinUe 




FOX AND GEESE. By Joseph T. Pearson, Jr. 




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MOTHER. By John McLure Hamilton 




THE POOL, LA GEANJA. By Ernest Peixotto 




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THE LAND OF HEART'S DESIRE. By William W,niU 




THE PIONEf:R :M0THER. Bfi ChdiUs Grafly 





ENTRANCE TO THE SERAGLIO. By Jules Chierin 




QUARRY. By Daniel Garher 




WINTER MGHT IN THE MOUNTAIN. Bj/ Harald SoMberg 




A LAPLANDER. Bij Humid Brnn 




HALF DOME, YOSEMITE. Btj Joseph Pennell 




BLUE DEPTHS: CARMEL. By William Eitschel 




HALF DOME, YOSEMITE. By Joseph PenneJl 



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BLUE DEPTHS: CAEMEL. By William Sitschel 




Pr.MA AND .SNAKE. Bi, Arthur Putnam 




VANITY. By Haig Patigian 




WILLIAM CULLEN BEYANT. By Herbert Adams 




SIGNING OF LOUISIANA PUKCHASE TEEATY. By Karl Bitter 




PORTRAIT OF FRANK DUVENECK. By Joseph Be Camp 




PAEESSE. By Laivton Parker 




WATEEFALL. By W. Elmer Schofield 




PORTRAIT OF AX ACTOR. By Frank Van Sloun 




BEYOND. By Chester Beach 




ARCADIA. B\j Edgar Walter. 




NUDE STUDY. By John Singer Sargent 




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PORTRAIT : COMPOSER BARToK. By Eobert Bereny 




SELF PORTRAIT. By WiUiam M. Chase 




TO MARKET IX THE WEST INDIES. By Johanna K. WoodiceU Hailman 



Catalogue 

of 

Exhibits 



The Catalogue of Exhibits 

Is arranged to follow the numbering of the Galleries. The various Sections compris- 
ing the Post Exposition Exhibition will be found commencing with the pages given 
below : 



United States Section 3 

Colonnade and Rotunda. 

International Section 4 

Galleries 1 to 10, 17, 18, 22 to 24. 

Norwegian Section 12 

Galleries 11 to 16. 

Chilian Section 15 

GaUeries 19 and 20. 

United States Section 16 

Galleries 25 to 50. 
Galleries 55 to 79. 
Galleries 87 to 97. 

Philippine Section 58 

Gallery 98. 

United States Section 58 

GaUeries 99 to 112. 

Netherlands Section 63 

Galleries 113 to 116. 

United States Section 65 

Galleries 117 to 120. 

Greek Casts 69 

Galleries 51, 54, 80 and 85. 



In the Index of Artists on pages 79 to 97 of this Catalogue, all exhibiting artists 
are listed in alphabetical order. With the name of the artist is given the section in 
which the artist exhibits and the niunber or numbers borne by his or her works. 



UNITED STATES SECTION 



COLONNADE 

SCULPTURE 

ROTH, FREDERICK G. R. 

1. Sea Lions. 
DALLIN, CYRUS EDWIN 

2. The Scout. 
LADD, ANNA COLEMAN 

3. Wind and Sprav. 
PATIGIAN, HAIG 

4. Diana. 

FRY, SHERRY EDMUNDSON 

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

6. American Bison. 
SAINT GAUDENS, AUGUSTUS 

7. Seated Lincoln. 

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

8. Halsey C. Ives. Esq. 
FRISHMUTH, HARRIET W. 

9. The Girl with Dolphin. 
PARSONS, EDITH BARRETTO 

10. Fountain: Duck Babv. 
BERGE, EDWARD 

11. Muse Finding Head of Orpheus. 
PARSONS, EDITH BARRETTO 

12. Goose Girl. 
BATEMAN, JOHN M. 

13. Flower Girl. 
NOQUET, PAUL 

14. Soldier of Marathon. 

Lent by Gutzon Borglum, Esq 
BITTER, KARL 

15. Statue of Thomas Jefferson. 
POLASEK, ALBIN 

16. Portrait of a Boy. 
GRAFLY. CHARLES 

17. The Pioneer Mother. 
STERLING, LINDSEY MORRIS 

18. The Awakening. 
ADAMS, HERBERT 

19. William Cullen Brvant. 
BOYLE, JOHN J. 

20. Returning from the Hunt. 
SCUDDER, JANET 

21. Flying Cupid. 
MULLER, OLGA POPOFF 

22. Primitive Man. 
PICCIRILLI, ATTILIO 

23. A Faun's Toilet. 
DALLIN. CYRUS EDWIN 

24. War or Peace. 
PRATT, BEL A LYON 

25. Bov with Fish. 
WEINMAN, ADOLPH ALEXANDER 

26. Head of Lincoln. 
PERRY, R. HINTON 

27. Daughter of Pan. 
ADAMS, HERBERT 

28. Chief Justice Marshall. 
BERGE, EDWARD 

29. Sundial. 
DIETSCH. C. PERCITAL 

30. Destinv. 
PIETRO. C. S." 

31. Mother of the Dead. 
TAFT, LORADO 

32. Fragment: Fountain of Time. 
QUINN, EDMOND T. 

33. Nymph: Garden Figure. 
BARTLETT, PAUL WAYLAND 

34. Dying Lion. 



PAINE, ROBERT 

35. Fountain for Public Garden. 
PRATT, BELA LYON 

36. Whaleman. 
HOLM, VICTOR S. 

37. Prima Mater. 
RISQUE, CAROLINE EVERETT 

38. Bird Fountain. 
LADD, ANNA COLEMAN 

39. Triton Babies. 
BERGE, EDWARD 

40. Wild Flower. 
LADD, ANNA COLEMAN 

41. Sun God and Python. 
CORBETT, GAIL SHERMAN 

42. Sundial Bov. 
HEBER, CARL AUGUSTUS 

43. Bondage. 
SCUDDER, JANET 

44. Young Diana. 
PICCIRILLI, ATTILIO 

45. Marble Paun. 
PATIGIAN, HAIG 

46. Apollo Hunting. 
SALVATORE, VICTOR D 

47. Youth. 

PARSONS, EDITH BARRETTO 

48. Turtle Babv. 
BURROUGHS, EDITH WOODMA>- 

49. Garden Figure 
MULLER OLGA POPOFF 

50. Centaur. 
POLASEK, ALBIN 

51. The Sower. 
BEACH. CHESTER 

52. Bevond. 
RUMSEY, CHARLES CARY 

53. Bovhood. 
PICCIRILLI. ATTILIO 

54. An Outcast. 
MULLER, OLGA POPOFF 

55. Idvl. 
PICCIRILLL FURIO 

56. Eurydice. 

57. Young Mother and Child. 
KONTL ISIDORE 

58. Wood Nvmph. 
AITKEN. ROBERT 

59. Michelangelo. 

60. William H. Taft. 

„, Lent by Mrs. William H. Tafl 

WARD, JOHN QUINCY ADAMS 

61. Henry Ward Beecher. 
PROCTOR, A. PHIMISTER 

62. American Bison. 
CORBETT, GAIL SHERMAN 

63. Kirkpatrick Memorial Fountain. 

ROTVNBA 

SCULPTUEE 
PRATT, BELA LYON 

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

65. Lincoln. 

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

66. Relief: Boston Museum of Fine Arts 

No. 1. 
BOYLE, JOHN J. 

67. Commodore Barrv Monument. 
RECCHIA. RICHARD H. 

68. Relief: Boston Museum of Fine Arts 

No. 1. 



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INTEENATIONAL SECTION 



FRENCH, DANIEL CHESTER 

69. Earl Dodge Memorial : Princeton Stu- 

dent. 

Lent by Princeton University. 

Mckenzie, r. tait 

70. The Young Franklin. 



PRATT, BELA LYON 

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

72. Statue of Lafayette. 



INTERNATIONAL SECTION 

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



GALLERIES 1 to 10, 17, 18, 22 to 24 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 

ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY Austria 

73. Portrait: Mrs. John Quiney Adams. 

74. Portrait: Fraulein Von Sevbl. 
ADAMS, W D ACRES ' England 

75. The Monument. 

AGUIAR, EL CONDE DE Spain 

76. Memories. 

77. Natural Tj-pe of Seville. 

78. Study. 

AMAN-JEAN, EDMOND France 

79. Portrait of the Familv of Aman-Jean. 
ANDRASSY, THEOD Hungary 

80. Moonlight: Arabia. 

Lent by Count Gyula Andrassy. 

81. Arabian Village by Night. 

Lent by Count Gvula Andrassv. 
BAIXAS CARRATE, JUAN Spain 

82. The Fair of St. Thomas. 

83. Happv Children. 

BARABAS, MIKLOS Hungarv 

84. Portrait: Count L. Batthyanyi. 

Lent by Count Batthyanyi. 

85. Portrait: Deak Ferencz. 

BARTA, E. Hungary 

86. The Beggars. 

Lent bv Dr. Ignacz Fekete. 
BATTHYANYI. COUNT GYULA Hungary 

87. Bal des Ardents. 

88. Casa Rossa. 

89. Juvisy. 

90. Ladies of the Harem. 

91. Longchamps. 

92. Soiree. 

BENCZUR, BELA Hungary 

93. Hot Day: Lake Balaton: Hungary. 

94. Storm: Lake Balaton: Hungarv. 
BENCZUR, GYULA Hungary 

95. Man's Portrait. 

Lent by Bela Benezur. 

96. Portrait: Count J. Andrassy, Sr. 

Lent by Count Gviila Andrassv. 
BERENY, ROBERT Hungary 

97. Shadow Giving Way to Sunshine. 

98. My Happy, Merry, Sad, Indifferent 

and Jealous People Beneath the 
Town. 

99. Portrait : Composer Bartok. 

100. The Faraglini's. 

101. Sewing Woman: Evening in Her 

Room. 

102. Golgotha. 

103. Fantastic Rocks. 

104. Souvenir of a Meadow. 

105. Yellow Embroidery. 

106. Flowers and Animals. 

107. Blue Fishes. 

108. Fairyland. 

109. Souvenir of a Sunny Garden. 

110. Yellow Embroidery. 

111. A Decoration. 

112. Landscape. 

113. Mountain and Rocks. 

114. Trees of Fairyland. 



115. Playing Horses. 

116. Scenes of a Circus. 

117. Boat Between Waves. 

118. Tropical Trees. 

119. Squirrels. 
BILBAO.GONZALO Spain 

120. Dance of the Luises in the Cathedral 

of Seville. 

121. Cigarette Girls of Seville. 

BIRCH, S. J. LAMORNA England 

122. October: The River Course near 

Montreuil-sur-Mer. 
BLANCHE, JACQUES EMILE France 

128. Anniversarv. 
BOEMM, RITTA Hungary 

124. Hungarian Interior. 

125. Old Hungarian Jugs. 

BOHM, PAL Hungary 

126. Christmas Mummers. 
BOSZXAY, STEPHEN 

127. Bv the River. 

BRODSZKY, SANDOR Hungary 

130. Peasant Woman. 

BRUCK, LAJOS Hungary 

131. Market Place. 

Lent by Count Gyula Andrassy. 

132. Old Hungarian Peasant. 

133. Seaside in Bretagne. 

134. Village Houses: Hungary. 

135. Italian Child with Cherries. 

136. Interior: Hungarian Peasant House. 

137. Girl and Butterflies. 

138. Summer Clouds. 

BRUCK, MIKSA Hungary 

139. Hungarian Interior. 

140. Auvergne Interior. 

141. Flowerbeds near Budapest. 
BRUNDRIT, REGINALD GRANGE England 

142. Dinant-sur-Meuse. 
BURMESTER, ERNST Germany 

143. Outdoors. 

CAMMERLOHER, KARL MORITZ Austria 

144. Landscape. 

145. Portrait of a Lady. 

146. Portrait of a Child. 

CARDONA. JUAN Spain 

147. Gypsy. 

148. Before the Dresser. 

149. The Kiss. 

CHRISTMAS, E. W. England 

150. Moonlight in the Argentine. 

151. Christ of the Andes. 
CLARENBACH, Max 

152. Garden. 

COTTET, CHARLES France 

153. Port of Douarnenez. Brittanv. 
CREALOCK, JOHN " England 

154. The Red Sofa. 
CSAKTORNYAI Hungary 

155. Landscape. 

CSOK, ISTVAN Hungary 

156. Two Girls in a Garden. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

157. Fairies. 

158. Summer Flowers. 

159. On the Lido. 



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160. Still Life. 

161. Chinese Porcelains. 

162. Spring. 

163. Asters. 
CZIGANY, DEZSO 

164. 'Woman Arranging Hair. 

Lent bv Dr. Ignacz Fekete. 
DODS-WITHERS, ISOBEL England 

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

166. Firing Fish. 

EAST. SIR ALFRED England 

167. The Rainbow. 

EDYI-ILLES, ALADAR Hungary 

168. StaU. 

169. Young BuU. 

170. Siesta. 

171. Before the Storm. 

172. Grey Horse. 

173. Prairie Hut: Hungary. 

174. Homeward. 

EMERICI, AXDOR Hungary 

175. Crucifixion 

Lent bv Bela Benczur, Esq. 

176. Girl's Head. 

Lent bv Bela Benczur, Esq. 

177. Child's Head. 

Lent bv Bela Benczur, Esq. 
ENGELMAX. PETER Austria 

178. Portrait: Xo. 2. 

179. Portrait: No. 1. 

180. Portrait: No. 3. 

FECHIN, NICHOLAI Russia 

181. Nude. 

Lent bv John R. Hunter, Esq. 
FEHERTARY, ERZSI Hungary 

182. Margaret Island: Budapest. 

183. Landscape. 

FEN YES. ADOLF Hungary 

184. Kitchen Table. 

Lent bv Marezell Nemes, Esq. 
FERENCZY. KAROLY Hungary 

185. Still Life: Roses. 

Lent by JIarczell Nemes, Esq. 

186. Landscape. 

187. Girl's Portrait. 

FERENCZY. TALER Hungary 

188. Flute Player. 

189. San Pietro di Castello: Venice. 
FERRER. SANTIAGO Spain 

190. Interior. 

GAIGHER. HORATIO Austria 

191. Portrait: Benedict XV. 

192. Portrait: Pope Pius X. 
GALIMBERTI. SAND OR Hungary 

193. St. Rafael. 

194. Motive: Hungarian Town. 

195. Motive: Rue de Vaueirard. 
GALIMBERTI-DENES, VALERIA Hungary 

196. Chrvsanthemums in Blue Vase. 

197. Still Life: Roses. 
GALLEN-KALLELA, AXEL Finland 

198. On Guard. 

199. Tropical Fruits: Still Life. 

200. A VTild Savannah. 

201. My First Hyena. 

202. Symposium. 

203. Kenoussa. 

204. My First Buffalo. 

205. In Autumn Sunlight. 

206. Portrait: 'Waino Salmin. 

207. Portrait of Madam E. E. 

208. Young Kikouyou "Warrior. 

209. Banana Leaves. 

210. The Deluge. 

211. Lynx Hunter. 

212. Rhinoceros and Euphorbia. 

213. Playing Child. 

214. Sunset. 



215. Portrait: Robert Kajanus. 

216. Buffalo Hunt. 

217. Portrait: Mr. Gustav Mahler. 

218. Mv First Rhinoceros. 

219. The Tribe of Naudi. 

220. Kullerve Warrior. 

221. Summer Night. 

222. The Cataract of Masioja. 

223. Spring. 

224. Portrait: Mother and Infant. 

225. Barcarole of Kaleral. 

226. Savage in the Shadow. 

227. The Hrasiani Mountains. 

228. Gazelle. 

229. Crocodile. 

230. Carcass. 

231. Meadow. 

232. The School. 

233. Hide. 

234. Zebras and Chamois. 

235. Parched Fir Tree: Winter. 

236. Burned Fir Tree. 

237. After the Hunt. 

238. Portrait of Madam G. A. S. 

239. Slain Rhinosceros. 

240. Kikouyou. 

241. Broken Fir Tree. 

242. The "Waterfall. 

243. Kikouyou "Woman. 

244. Massai Warrior. 

245. Homo Victor. 

246. Portrait : Mr. Alpo Sailo. 

247. Antelope. 

248. The Burnt Prairie. 

249. Denva Sabouk. 

250. "Wild Date Palm. 

251. Portrait of Madam M. G. K. 

252. Bathers. 

253. Landscape Painter. 

254. Spring Breezes. 

255. Ski Runners. 

256. In the Brush. 

257. Portrait of a Lady among the Rocks. 

258. Model of a Cupola for the Capitol 

Building at Helsingfors. 

259. The Thieves of Lampo. 

GARCIA ESCARRE, FRANCISCO Spain 

260. Maternity. 

261. Esmeraldine. 

GINNETT. LOUIS England 

262. The Golden Hypnos. 

CLATTER. GYULA Hungary 

263. Ladv's Portrait. 

GLATZ, OSZKAR Hungary 

264. Hungarian Landscape. 

265. The Visit. 

266. Hungarian Goose Girls. 

267. Transylvanian Landscape. 

268. Shepherdess. 

VON GLEHN, .JANE EMMET England 

269. The Blue Jacket. 

VON GLEHN. "W. G. England 

2 70. La Colline Sacree. 
GOHLER, HERMANN Germany 

271. Schloss Monrepos. 

GOODMAN, R. G. England 

272. Tulloch: Scotland. 

273. A South African Homestead. 

274. The Coast of England. 

275. TheAlhambra: Granada. 

HARY. GYULA Hungary 

276. Fisher Bastion: Budapest. 
HATVANY, BARON FERENCZ Hungary 

277. StiU Life. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

278. Sunny Street. 

Lent bv Count Grula Andrassy. 

279. Still Life. 

280. Environs of Rome. 



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HAWEIS, STEPHEN England 

281. Porte dei Marmi : Liguria. 

282. Na Moala: Fiji Islands. 

283. Na Aissama: A Fijian Village. 

284. Vakamololo Dance, Fiji No. 1. 

285. Vakamololo Dance, Fiji No. 3. 

286. Vakamololo: Three Girls. 

287. Vakamololo Dance No. 2. 
HELSBY, ALFREDO Chile 

288. A Coming Storm in the Andes. 

289. Chilean Farmhouses in Spring. 
HOLLO, GEZA Hungary 

290. Weaving Design No. 528. 
HUGHES-STANTON, H. England 

291. Fort St. Andre. 
IVANYI-GRUNWALD, BELA Hungary 

292. Bathing Women. 

293. Park View. 

294. Tree in Blossom. 

295. Sunshine. 

296. Two Women. 

297. Nascence. 

JAVOR, PAL Hungary 

298. Hungarian Home Altar. 

299. Altar: Hungarian Peasant Church. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 
JONES, REGINALD England 

300. The Mill Pond. 

JUNGHANNS, JULIUS PAUL Germany 

301. A Memory of the Tyrol. 
KARLOVSKY, BERTALAN Hungary 

302. Portrait: Countess Karolyi. 

Lent by Count Gyula Andrassy. 

303. Portrait: Count Gyula Andrassy. 

Lent by Count Gyula Andrassy. 

304. Portrait: Madame Alcsuti. 

Lent by Dr. Agoston Alcsuti. 
KATONA, NANDOR Hungary 

305. In the Tatra. 

Lent by Adolf Kellner, Esq. 

306. In the Tatra. 

Lent by Count Lajos Batthyanyi 
KAZIANY, ODON Hungary 

307. The Dark Woman. 

308. The Young Man. 

309. Under the Cypress. 

310. Study: The Disciple. 

311. Study: Head. 

312. I'lie Serpentine Dancer. 

313. Mors Peregrinans. 

314. The Castle of Tiszadob. 
KERNSTOCK, KAROLY Hungary 

315. Study for Glass Painting. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

316. Portrait: Painter Czobel. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

317. Horsemen. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

318. Nude. 

KEZDI-KOVACS, LASZLO Hungary 

319. Sunlit Trees. 

KNIGHT, HAROLD England 

320. The Girl and the Picture. 
KNIGHT, LAURA England 

321. The Model. 

322. The Governess. 

KOKOSCHKA, OSKAR Austria 

323. Portrait: Architect Adolf Loos. 

Lent by Adolf Loos. Esq. 

324. Portrait: Dr. Egon Wellesz. 

Lent by Dr. Egon Wellesz. 

325. Portrait: Peter Altenberg. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

326. Portrait of the Artist. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

327. Portrait: Emma Veronica Sanders. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

328. Portrait: Doctor Von Webern, Com- 

poser. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 



329. Portrait: Angora Cat. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

330. Portrait: Paul Scheerbat. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

331. Portrait: Signor Verona. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

332. Portrait: Doctor de Jankosky. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

333. Portrait: Mrs. H. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

334. Portrait: Mrs. Adolf Loos. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

335. Portrait: Two Children. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

336. Portrait: Italian Lady. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

337. Child with Hands of Father and 

Mother. 

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

338. Fear. 

339. Joy. 

340. Bv the Wayside. 

341. Zach Klara. 

342. Zach Klara. 

343. Weaving: Design No. 451. 

344. Weaving: Design No. 758. 

345. Weaving: Design No. 291. 

346. Weaving: Design No. 97. 

347. Weaving: Design No. 742. 

348. Weaving: Design No. 734. 

349. Weaving: Design No. 593. 

350. Weaving: Design No. 617. 

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

352. Mihalv Czigany. 

KUNWALD, CEZAR Hungary 

353. Portrait. 

LA TOUCHE. GASTON France 

354. Le Gue. 

LAVERY. JOHN England 

355. Portrait. 

Lent bv Henrv Smith, Esq. 
LAWSON, J. KERR England 

356. St. Botolph's Church, Boston. 
LEADER. B. EASTLAKE England 

357. Moonlight After Rain. 

LIPOTH, FERENCZ Hungary 

358. Colormarmit No. 1. 

359. Colormarmit No. 2. 

360. Colormarmit No. 3. 

361. Colormarmit No. 4. 

362. Decorative Panel: Hungarian Peasant 

Motive. 

363. Decorative Panel : Mythological Motive. 
LLIMONA, JUAN Spain 

364. Fig Tree. 

365. Sonata Without Words. 

LLOPIS DE CASADES, JUAN MARIA Spain 

366. Garden. 

367. Interior. 

368. Interior of Church. 
LOPEZ-MESQUITA, JOSE M. Spain 

369. A Spanish GjTJsy. 

Lent by Mrs. Alice Mumford 
Roberts. 

370. Matador. 

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

371. Bathing Women. 

372. Portrait: Artist's Wife. 

373. Child's Portrait. 

374. Hungarian Peasant Wedding. 

375. End of the Harvest. 

376. Hungarian Hussar. 

Lent by Baron Ferencz Hatvany. 
LOY, MINA England 

377. Lillah, Gaby and Amaranthe. 

378. The Etruscan Loggia. 



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MAGYAR-MAXNHEIMER, GUSTAV Hungary 

379. Nocturne. 

380. Approaching Storm. 

381. Autumn Landscape. 

382. After the Storm. 

383. Young Hungarian Gypsy Woman. 
MAJOR, HENRIK Hungary 

384. Self Portrait. 

MARFFY, ODON Hungary 

385. Man's Portrait. 

386. Dalmatian Landscape. 

387. Wood Path. 

388. Still Life. 

Lent bv Karoly Kernstock, Esq. 
MARK, LAJOS Hungary 

389. Preparing for a Walk. 

390. Before the Mirror. 

391. Breakfast Table. 

392. Lady with Parasol. 

393. Portrait : Miss Nilsen. 
MEDNYANSZKY, BARON Hungary 

394. Winter: Hungarian Village. 

395. Sunset. 

396. Winter in the Carpathians. 

Lent by Count Gvula Andrassv. 
MEIFREN, ELISEO ' Spain 

397. Cumulus Clouds: Mallorca. 

398. Road in Pollensa. 

399. The White Rock. 

MESZOLY, GEZA Hungary 

400. Summer Landscape. 

Lent by Baron Ferencz Hatvanv. 
MIESS, FRIGYES Hungary 

401. Dutch Girl. 

Lent bv Marczell Nemes, Esq. 
MIHALY, REZSO Hungary 

402. Weaving: Design No. 308. 

403. Weaving: Design No. 395. 

404. Weaving: Design No. 735. 
MUNKACSY, MIHALY Hungary 

405. Landscape: Sunset. 

Lent by Count Gyula Andrassy. 

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

407. Suspension Bridge: Budapest. 
NAGY, LAURA Hungarv 

408. Design No. 551. 

409. Design No. 756. 

410. Design No. 439. 

NAGY, SANDOR Hungary 

411. Bath of the Fairies. 

412. Disappearing Illusions. 

413. Isle of Crete. 

414. Weaving: Design No. 89. 

415. Weaving: Design No. 262. 

416. Weaving: Design No. 229. 

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

418. Summer Landscape. 

OLSSON, JULIUS England 

419. Silver Moonlight. 

ORTNER. FERENCZ Hungary 

420. Weaving: Design No. 580. 

PAAL, LASZLO Hungary 

421. Autumn Landscane. 

422. Storm Cloud. 

Lent by Count Gvula Andrassv. 
PATERSON, JAMES England 

423. The Old Garden. 

PECHAN, JOZSEF Hungary 

424. Farm Yard. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 
PICABIA, FRANCIS 

425. C'est de moi qu'il s'agit. 

426. Animation. 
PICASSO, PABLO 

427. Violon et Flacon. 

428. Portrait. 

429. Les Arbes. 



POR, BERTALAN Hungary 

430. Decorative Composition. 

431. Decorative Composition. 

432. Mv Family. 

PRIESTMAN, ARNOLD England 

433. Hurst Castle. 

PRINET, RENE XAVIER France 

434. The Author. 

RAAB, ERVIN Hungary 

435. Snow in the Park. 

436. Winter Sun. 

REMSEY, MME. Hungary 

437. Weaving: Design No. 739. 

438. Weaving: Design No. 732. 

439. Weaving: Design No. 731. 

440. Weaving: Design No. 754. 
RENOM Y JUAMANDREU, FAUSTO Spain 

441. People's Sunday. 
RIPPL-RONAI, JOZSEF Hungary 

442. Child's Portrait. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

443. Portrait: Dr. Guttmann. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

444. Female Nude. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

445. Ladies in the Garden. 

Lent by Lajos Jambor, Esq. 

446. Woman's Head in Profile. 

Lent by Count Gvula Andrassy. 

447. Park. 

Lent by Dr. Ignacz Fekete. 

448. Portrait: Mark Vedres. 

Lent by Mark Vedres, Esq. 

449. Interior. 

450. Hungarian Interior. 

451. Woman with Poppy in Her Hair. 

Lent bv Dr. Ignacz Fekete. 
RUDNAY, GYULA Hungary 

452. Mother and Child. 

SAUTER. GEORGE England 

453. The Weisshorn : Moonlight. 

454. Spring Veil. 

455. Violet: Miss Ruth Hunt. 

456. The Cinal: Rothhorn. 

457. The Great Friend: Matterhorn. 

458. The Vallev. 

459. In the Clouds. 

460. The Rimphisehhorn. 

461. The Dent Blanche. 

462. The Blue Sphinx: Matterhorn. 

463. Resurrection. 

464. The Avenue. 

465. Mrs. Penelope Wheeler. 
SIMPSON, CHARLES WALTER England 

466. Autumn Sunset. 

SLUITER, WILLY Holland 

467. Autumn Day. 

SOMLO, LILI Hungary 

468. Channel of Lyssewegh. 

469. View of Taormina. 

470. Park of Kortvelves. 

SPANYI, BELA Hungary 

471. Landscape. 

SPEED, HAROLD England 

472. Apollo and Daphne. 
SZINNYEI-MERSE, PAL Hungary 

473. Melting Snow. 

Lent bv Count Gvula Andrassv. 
TAMASY. MIKLOS " Hungary 

474. Still Life. 

TIBOR, ERNO Hungary 

475. Hungarian Village Market. 

476. Field Workers. 

TIHANYI. LAJOS Hungary 

477. Self Portrait. 

478. Self Portrait: 1914. 

479. Young Man's Portrait. 

480. Landscape. 

UNDY, KAROLA Hungary 

481. Weaving: Design No. 290. 



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U>rDY, KAROLA—Co7itiyiited 
-cr.;^,?^- "leaving: Design No. 755. 
VASTAGH. GEZA Hungary 

483. Winter in the Atlas Mountains 

484. In the Farmvard. 
,,485. Hungarian Buffalo Span. 
VASTAGH, GYORGY ^ Hungarv 

486. Gypsy Woman. -Hungary 
VASZARY, JANOS Hungary 

487. Portrait: Countess L. Batthvanyi! 

^oo TTT ^®°* '^y Count Lajos Batthvanyi. 

488. Woman with Mirror. 

489. Promenade: Lake Balston. 

An,^ T, ^®°* ^^ Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

490. Peasant Girl's Head. 

491. Woman with Cat. 

—^ . , , „ Lent by Marczell Nemes. Esq 

WALLESZNE, GYENES GITTA Hungary 

492. Under the Tree. iiungary 

493. Woman in Brown Dress 

494. Play. 

495. Resting Nude. 

496. Mother with Son. 

497. Female Nude. 

498. In the Blue Background 

499. Erotic. 

500. Mother and Child 

501. Profile. 

502. Lilac Dress. 

503. Summer Heat 

504. Thirt.v- Year-Old Woman. 

505. Movements. 

506. Mother and Baby. 

f^I' *Iadonna in Modern Guise. 

508. Bunch of Grapes. 

509. Adam and Eve. 

510. Lady in Blue Dress. 

511. Desire. 

512. Fair Woman and Child. 

513. Two Girls. 

514. Biedermeyer. 

WINTER. TATON Fn^inr,^ 

515. The Waning of the Year. ^"^''°'^ 
KTA-^k^ V"^ ^™'- Middelburg. 

ZADOR, ISTA'AN tt 

517. Interior: Rakoczy Time "^'^g"? 
ZIPFER, SAND OR ' ' tt„„„„. 

518. In the Garden. Hungary 
ZILZER. ANTAL w 

519. The Source. Hungary 

520. Portrait. 

ZORAD „ 

521. Landscape with Figures ^'^'^Sary 
DE ZUBIAURRE, RAMON ' Spain 

522. Viseayan Peasants. ^ ° 

523. Serenade in Granada. 

524. Type of Segovian. 

^^505'^si^^rTi ^-^LENTIN Spain 

oJo. Spanish Peasant. 

526. Peasant with a Bowl 

527. Peasant Couple. 

528. Peasant with Jug. 

GEAPHIC SECTION 

DRAWINGS, ETCHINGS, LITHOGR.\PHS ETC 

Tt3^'w'"° u""??^"" Participation arranged 'by 
Herr Hugo Heller of Vienna 

BRANGWYN, FRANK ' England 

529. Bark Strippers. J^^ngland 

530. London Bridge: No 3 

531. The Millwheel: Montreuil 

532. Breaking up the "Hannibal." 

533. bawrers. 

534. Old Kew Bridge. 

535. Building the Victoria and Albert 

Museum. 

536. The Bridge: Barnard Castle (Aqua- 

tint). 



537. The Coal Mine. 

538. Barges: Bruges. 

539. Windmills: Bruges. 

540. Breaking up the "Caledonia." 

541. The Farmvard. 

542. Blacksmiths. 

543. Entrance to Montreuil 

544. The Return from Work. 

545. Santa Maria from the Street 

546. Santa Maria della Salute: Venice 

547. Men in a Bakehouse. 

548. Church of Notre Dame: Eu 

549. Via delle Trombe: Messina. 

550. Apse of Duomo: Messina 

f?o- Su^^'t^ °^ " Spirito Santo: Messina. 
5o2. The Lot at St. Cirq. 

553. The Roundabout: Bruges. 

554. A Back Street in Naples. 

555. Breaking up the "Duncan." 
5o6. The Crucifixion. 

557. Notre Dame: Poictiers 

558. Street in Tours. 

559. Abbey St. Leonard. 

560. Cannon Street Station: Interior 
tfio" ^1' ^1^^^'"'^°/ *he Exchange: Genoa. 
f2o ^u^ Demolition of the Post Office. 

563. The Moat. 

564. Old Mills: Meaux. 

565. Le Pont Neuf: Paris. 

566. Church of Aairvault. 

567. Building the Bridge. 
COSSMANN. A. ^„3tria 

568. Pinzgauerm. 

DETTMAR, R. j^^^^^.^ 

569. Prometheus. 

FITTON, HEDLEY England 

^^ 570. St. Etienne du Mont. -t-ngland 

HANISCH, R. ^ . 

571. Stift Melk. Austria 

572. Schonbrunn. 

o(3. Old Fisherman. 

574. Late Summer. 

575. At the Railway Station 

576. Portrait of Mrs. H. 

577. On the Silt Dunes. 
TTTvrvTST™T- ^T? *^^ Bohmer Forests. 

\-^Q ir \ h ^- Austria 

579. Bengal Tiger. 

580. Blue Parrot. 

581. L'Amour. 

582. Pelicans. 

583. Lion's Head. 

584. Flamingo. 

585. Chamois. 

586. Arabian Nights. 

587. Playing Parrots. 

588. Two Blue Parrots. 

589. Oriental Life. 

590. Mountain Goats. 

KASIMIR. L. ^^gtj.j^ 

^li V^T'^^r. Stephans Square (after Alt). 

592. Karls Church. 

593. Castle Kreuzenstein. 

XT . f ?6.y'^°°^ • Minorite Church. 
KASIMIR-HOERXES, T. Austria 

595. Hamburg: Katzen Path 
^^,^^6- Prague: Niklas Church. 
KLEMM, WALTER Austria 

597. Tight-Rope Walker. Austria 

598. Don Quixote: No. 1. 

599. Don Quixote: No. 3. 

600. Don Quixote: No. 4. 

601. Don Quixote: No. 5. 

602. Don Quixote: No. 6. 

603. Don Quixote: No. 7 

604. Tvll Ulenspiegel. 

605. Ulenspiegel. 

606. The Pursuit. 



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607. The Invasion. 

608. The Watcher. 

609. The Storks. 

610. Ice Harvesting. 

611. Winter Sport. 

KOKOSCHKA, OSKAR Austria 

612. Portrait of Karl Kraus. 
LEDERER, FRITZ Austria 

613. Austrian Landscape. 

614. Dort Gasse. 

615. Herr Weil. 

616. Tragedian. 

617. Landscape. 

618. Rolling Mill. 

619. Hilly Landscape. 

MANXIXG, W. WESTLEY England 

620. The Avenue: Normandj-. 
MATISSE, HENRI 

621. Girl with Brooch. 

622. Portrait: M. Massia (outline). 

623. Portrait: M. Massia (background). 

624. Madam Lansberg. 

625. Head of Young Woman No. 25. 

626. Head of Young Girl No. 20. 

627. Head of Young Woman No. 26. 

628. Head of Young Girl with Flowered 

Hat. 

629. Head of Young Girl No. 23. 

630. Head of Young Girl No. 24. 

631. Head of Young Girl. 

632. Head. 

633. Feminine Mask. 

634. Portrait: M. Massia. 

ORLIK, EMIL Austria 

635. Little Heads. 

636. An Indian. 

637. London Girls. 

638. Going to Church: Bohemia. 

639. Picture of Japanese Boy. 

640. Bargaining. 

641. Peasant Woman. 

642. My Mother. 

643. At the Precipice. 

644. Ferdinand Hodler. 

645. Architect Hoffman. 

646. Glassworks near Glasgow. 

647. A Mussel Merchant: Rotterdam. 

648. The Angler. 

649. Japanese Woman in Winter Dress. 

650. The Kurumaya : Tokio. 

651. Before the Temple. 

652. Landing Place: Tokio. 

653. From Edinburgh. 

654. A Part of the Ghetto: Prague. 

655. Fruitfulness. 

656. Michael Kramer. 

OSBORNE, MALCOLM England 

657. Lavardin. 

POLLAK. MAX Austria 

658. Portrait of Professor S. Freud. 

659. Vienna : Franziskaner Square. 

660. Vienna: University Square. 
SCHMUTZER, FERD Austria 

661. Brahms Room. 

662. Haystack. 

SVABINSKY Austria 

663. At the Piano. 

664. Old Woman with Dog. 
THILMANN, C. Austria 

665. Evening: Venice. 

VONDROUS, C. Austria 

666. Market in Turnau. 

667. Smithy: Prague. 

668. Mathesons Harbor. 

WAY, T. R. England 

669. Purple Cap. 

670. Cremorne Gardens. 



671. Little White Girl. 

672. Maud. 

673. Little Nude. 

HUNGARIAN GRAPHIC SECTION 

Arranged by the Fine Arts Museum of Budapest 

COMPRISING DEA-^^^NGS, WATER COLORS, PASTELS, 
ETCHINGS, LITHOGRAPHS, ETC. 

BARANSKY, E. LAZLO Hungary 

674. Hungarian Fountain. 
BATTHYANYI, COUNT GYULA Hungary 

675. Working Girl's Dream. 

676. Mannequin. 

677. Court Ball. 

BERENY, ROBERT Hungary 

678. Sewing in the Garden. 

679. The Convalescent. 

680. Portrait: Ignotus. 

Lent by Dr. Sandor Ferenczi. 
BERON, GYULA Hungary 

681. Lady's Portrait. 

EDVI-ILLES, JENO Hungary 

682. Clouds. 

GLATZ, OSZKAR Hungary 

683. Spinning. 

684. Old Pianist. 

685. Old Seamstress. 

686. Motherhood. 

687. Peasant Girl Dressing. 

688. The Dinner. 

689. Resting. 

GOTH, MORIC Hungary 

690. Artist's Wife. 

691. Self Portrait. 

692. Tired Horse. 

HATVANY, BARON FERENCZ Hungary 

693. Drawing: No. 1. 

694. Drawing: No. 2. 

695. Drawing: No. 3. 

696. Drawing: No. 4. 

HERMAN, LIPOT Hungary 

697. Nude Study. 

Lent by Dr. Lajos Ferenczi. 

698. Summer Phantasy. 

Lent by Dr. Lajos Ferenczi. 
JUHASZ, ARPAD Hungary 

699. Drawing: No. 1. 

700. Drawing: No. 2. 

KONRAD, GYULA Hungary 

701. Peasant Woman : Mezokovesd 

702. Summer Evening: The Arno. 

703. Motive: From a Little Town. 
LENARD. ROBERT Hungary 

704. Windy Sunset. 

705. On the Arno. 

706. Puenta San Martino. 

707. Toledo. 

708. Gateway: Toledo. 

709. Church Colonnade. 

710. Old Part of Toledo. 

711. On the Arno. 

712. Alcantara. 

713. The San Martino Bridge: Toledo. 

714. Old Town. 

715. Landscape. 

716. Sunset in Genoa. 

717. Saint Cloud. 

718. Prague: Old Bridge. 

719. Canal in France. 

720. Old Houses in Genoa. 

721. Ponte Vecchio. 

722. Genoa. 

LOTZ, KAROLY Hungary 

723. Study. 

Lent by Baron Perencz Hatvany. 



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MARKO, ERNO Hungary 

724. Woman Knitting. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 
NAGY, LAURA Hungary 

725. Old Woman with Animals. 

726. Fairyland. 

727. Bird's Supper. 

728. The Dolls' Queen. 

NAGY, SAND OR Hungary 

729. Child's Portrait. 

PAPP, LAJOS Hungary 

730. The Stonebreaker. 

POGANY. WILLY Hungary 

731. Rheingold. 

732. Walkurenritt. 

733. Illustration for Tannhauser: No. 1. 

734. Illustration for Tannhauser: No. 2. 

735. Illustration for Tannhauser: No. 3. 

736. Illustration for Tannhauser: No. 4. 

737. Illustiation for Parseval: No. 1. 

738. Illustration for Parseval: No. 2. 

739. Illustration for Parseval: No. 3. 

740. Illustration for Parseval: No. 4. 
POR, BERTALAN Hungary 

741. Decorative Composition (dry point 

etching). 

742. Landscape with Hay Rick. 

743. Study: Three Figures. 

744. Self Portrait: No. 2. 

745. Study for Decoration. 

746. Composition Studies. 

747. Study for Portrait Group. 

748. Study for Woman's Portrait. 

749. Portrait. 

750. Female Study. 

751. Study for Decoration: Worship 

Wisdom: No. 1. 

752. Studv for Decoration: Worship 

wisdom: No. 2. 

753. Studv for Decoration : Worship 

wisdom: No. 3. 

754. Study for Decoration: Worship 

Wisdom: No. 4. 

755. Study for Decoration: Worship 

Wisdom : No. 5. 

756. Study for Decoration: Worship 

Wisdom: No. 6. 

757. Study for Decoration: Worship 

Wisdom : No. 7. 

758. Studv for Decoration: Worship 

Wisdom: No. 8. 

759. Study for Decoration: Worship 

Wisdom: No. 9. 

760. Studv for Decoration: Worship 

Wisdom: No. 10. 

761. Study for Decoration: Worship 

Wisdom: No. 11. 

762. Study for Decoration: Worship 

wisdom: No. 12. 

763. Studv for Decoration: Worship 

wisdom: No. 13. 

764. Study for Decoration : Worship 

Wisdom: No. 14. 

765. Studv for Decoration: Worship 

Wisdom: No. 15. 

766. Study for Decoration: Worship 

Wisdom: No. 16. 

767. Study for Decoration : Worship 

Wisdom: No. 17. 

768. Study for Decoration : Worship 

wisdom: No. 18. 

769. Studv for Decoration: Worship 

Wisdom: No. 19. 

770. Studv for Decoration: Worship 

wisdom: No. 20. 

771. Study for Decoration : Worship 

Wisdom: No. 21. 

772. Study for Decoration: Worship 

Wisdom: No. 22. 



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

774. Studv for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 24. 

775. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 25. 

776. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 26. 

777. Studv for Decoration: Worship of 

wisdom: No. 2 7. 

778. Composition Studies. 

779. Study of Nude Seated. 

780. Landscape Composition. 

781. Portrait Study. 

782. Composition Studies. 

783. Study of Male Figure. 

784. Landscape Study with Figures. 

785. Landscape Study: The Mill. 

786. Study: Male Figure. 

787. Pastoral Composition. 

788. Composition Studies. 

789. Landscape Study with Cows. 

790. Decorative Composition Study. 

791. Landscape Study: The Ford. 

792. Decorative Composition Study. 

793. Landscape Study with Cattle. 

794. Female Study: Grief. 

795. Study of Adam and Eve. 

796. Composition Study. 

797. Decorative Composition Study. 

798. Composition Study. 

799. Landscape Studv: The Shepherd: 

No. 1. 

800. Three Composition Studies. 

801. Two Composition Studies. 

802. Landscape Studv: The Shepherd: 

No. 2. 

803. Study for Mosaic. 

804. Decorative Composition Study: Fe- 

cundity. 

805. Decorative Composition Study: The 

Pioneers: No. 1. 

806. Decorative Composition Study: The 

Pioneers: No. 2. 

807. Landscape Composition. 

808. Portrait Study of a Man. 

809. Decorative Composition Study. 

810. Study: Female Nude. 
PRinODA, ISTVAN Hungary 

811. Portrait of Mrs. Irene P. 

812. Studv of Female Nude. 
RAUSCHER," LAJOS Hungary 

813. Doorway in Rothenburg. 

814. Hut in Szelakna. 

815. Baggerrad. 

816. Slavic Village: No. 1. 

817. Slavic Village: No. 2. 

818. Part of Margaret Island: Budapest. 

819. Motive from Old Buda. 

820. Buda. 

RIPPL-RONAL. JOSEF Hungary 

821. Outdoor Amusements. 

822. Shore Scene: Ostend. 

823. Old Woman Seated. 

824. Knitting. 

825. Carroussel. 

826. Walk in the Garden. 

827. Three Girls in a Garden. 

828. Drawing: Man Drinking. 

Lent by Baron Ferencz Hatvany. 

829. Woman at Piano. 

830. In the Garden. 
RONAI-KASZNER Hungary 

831. Don Pietro Caruso. 

SZEKELY, ANDOR Hungary 

832. Washing Day. 

833. Old Woman's Home: Bruges. 
SZEKELY, ARPAD Hungary 

834. Stone Bridge 



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TICHY, GYULA Hungary 

835. Moment and Century. 

TICHY, KALMAN Hungary 

836. Bouquet of Flowers. 

837. Gold Rain. 

UITZ, BELA Hungary 

838. Self Portrait. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

839. Man's Portrait. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

840. Man's Profile. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

841. Child on Mother's Arm. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

842. Little Girl's Head. 

Lent bv Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

843. Mother and Baby. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

844. Mother and Child. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

845. Girl's Head in Profile. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

846. Expectant Mother. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

847. Woman Leaning on Her Chin. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

848. Woman Reading. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

849. Woman with Crossed Legs. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

850. Woman with Hand to Her Breast. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

851. Woman with Velvet Ribbon. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

852. Woman Sitting. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

853. Woman with Head Turned. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

854. Woman: Head Bent. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

855. Woman with Child in Her Lap. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 
VADASZ, MIKLOS Hungary 

856. A Summer Episode. 

857. Cheap Places: Race Course. 

858. In Amusement Park. 

859. Female Impersonator. 

VASZARY, JANOS Hungary 

860. Drawing. 

ZADOR, ISTVAN Hungary 

861. The Elisabeth Palace: Budapest. 

862. The Baross Street: Budapest. 

863. ThronefoUower Street: Budapest. 

864. The Bath Street: Budapest. 

865. The Woodpecker Street: Budapest. 

SCULPTURE 
BECK, O. FULOP Hungary 

866. Ancient Hungarian Archer. 

867. Medals. 

868. Medals. 

CANALIAS. JOSE Spain 

869. Mariner. 

FEHERVARY, ERZSI Hungary 

870. Black and White. 

871. Green and White. 

872. Cleopatra. 

873. Harlequin. 

874. Ballerina. 

FEMES-BECK, VILMOS Hungary 

875. Medals. 

876. Dancer. 

877. Eve. 

878. Woman with Sheaf. 

879. Dante. 

880. Beatrice. 

FERENCZY, BENJAMIN Hungary 

881. Madonna. 



KORMENDI-FRIMM, JENO Hungary 

882. Portrait Bust. 

883. Medal. 

MARES, FREDERICO Spain 

884. Studv of Nude Men. 

MURANYI, GYULA Hungary 

885. Medals. 

PETER, VICTOR France 

886. Lioness and Cubs. 

887. The Lion and the Rat. 

888. St. Hubert. 

889. Leonberg Dog. 

890. Collie. 

891. Arabian Greyhound. 

892. Lion Drinking. 

893. Bulldog. 

894. Lulu, a Pomeranian. 

895. Trompette. 

896. Chienne d' Arret. 

897. Frederick MacMonnies. 

898. Republic. 

899. Cupids Struggling Over a Heart. 

900. Dr. Roux. 

901. Henri Goutier. 

902. Model of the Jury Medal Ecole des 

Beaux Arts. 

903. Chien Griffon et Faisan. 

904. Le Chien qui la lache sa proie pour 

I'ombre. 

905. Spaniel Hunting. 

906. Dog with Cropped Ears. 

907. Spaniel and Duck. 

908. Fearless, Running Dog. 

909. Dog Protecting Its Young from a 

Snake. 

910. Petit Chien Griffon. 

911. Obverse and Reverse Proofs New 

French Nickles. 

912. Little Girl Petting a Dog. 

913. Mr. Gouge. 

914. Mr. Coutan. 

915. Mr. Carli. 

916. Dogs of Different Breeds. 

PICK. LAJOS Hungary 

917. The Start. 

RIVIERE, CHARLES France 

918. Statue of a Lady, Veiled. 

919. Small Nude Figure of a Woman. 

920. Le Roghi. 

921. Martha Mary Magdalen. 

922. Woman Bearers of Sacred Vessels. 

923. Epais. 

924. Phryne. 

925. Dante. 

926. Adam and Eve. 

927. Messe de Monait. 

928. La Cigale et la Fourmi. 

929. Woman of Martinique. 

930. Souvenir of Alexandria. 

931. Group of Warriors. 

932. Return of the Warriors. 

933. Women in Moorish Dance. 

934. Arab Woman and a Child. 

935. Woman with Wings. 

936. Sphinx Seated on Red Marble. 

937. Sphinx Standing on Red Marble. 

938. Bacchus and Bacchante. 

939. Elf. 

940. Dancer Cambodgien. 

941. Dancer with Lotus. 

942. Peacock on a Wooden Pedestal. 

943. Invocation. 

944. Salammbo. 

945. Salammbo. 

946. Satyres and Bacchante. 

947. Susannah, the Virgin. 

948. Feminine Sketch. 

949. Oriental Courtesan. 

950. Amir and His Donkey. 



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RIVIERE, CHARLES — Continued 

951. Priest Blessing the Sea. 

952. Sarcophagus. 

953. Group of Doctors. 

954. Group of Holy Women. 

955. Loie Fuller. 

956. Statuette, Self Portrait. 

957. Arabian Horseman. 

958. Vivian. 

959. Bust, the Two Sorrows. 

960. Head of a Woman. 

961. Statuette of Roty. 

962. Two Bas Relief, Motif Siamese. 

963. Head of a Girl. 

DE ROSALES, EMANUEL O. 

964. Puppets. 

965. Bacchante. 

SIMAY, IMRE Hungary 

966. Orang Utang. 

967. Family Joy. 

968. Mother and Son. 

969. Rhesus Erythreus. 

970. Father and Son. 

TELCS, EDE Hungary 

971. Medals. 

972. Female Figure. 

973. Portrait Bust: Artist's Wife. 
TROUBETZKOY, PAUL Russia 

974. Mrs. Henderson. 

975. Mrs. Crane. 

976. Mr. Waterman. 

977. Mrs. B. Harriman. 

978. Lady Constance Richardson. 

979. Princess Troubetzkoy. 

980. Princess Troubetzkov. 

VEDRES, MARK Hungary 

981. Girl Arranging Hair. 

982. Singing Boy. 

983. Dancing Girl. 

984. After Bath. 

985. Bacchus. 

986. Adam and Eve. 

987. Boy Resting. 

988. Girl Carrying Water. 

989. Danseuse. 

990. Morning Toilet. 

991. Woman Arranging Hair. 

992. Reposing Athlete. 

ZILZER, HA.JNALKA Hungary 

993. Portrait Plaque. 

ZUTT, AR Hungary 

994. Case of War Medals. 

ITALIAN FUTURISTS 

PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 
BALLA 

995. Dynamic Decomposition of a Motor in 

Rapid Movement. 

996. Dynamism of Dispersion. 

997. Dynamic Expansion : Speed. 

998. Luminous Successions : Displacements. 

999. Dynamism of Plasticity: Noises: 

Speed. 

1000. Dynamism of Plastic Lights. 

1001. Walking Lines: Dynamic Successions. 



1002. Dynamism of Light. 

1003. Dynamic Rhvthm. 
BOCCIONI 

1004. Nude: Complementary Dynamism of 

Form : Colour. 

1005. Dynamism of a Cyclist. 

1006. Elasticity. 

1007. Matter. 

1008. Dynamism of a Football Player. 
CARRA 

1009. The Disintegration of Flesh. 

1010. Centrifugal Forces. 

1011. Abstract Perspective of Form: Color. 

1012. The Complement of Form to a Nude 

Figure. 

1013. Study for the Picture: A Woman's 

Shape and Scents. 

1014. Dynamic Space of a Jockery. 

1015. Plastic Transcendencies. 

1016. Synthesis of a Music Hall. 

1017. Form of a Dancer in Circular Move- 

ment. 

1018. Force Centres of a Boxer. 

1019. Dynamism of a Boxer. 

1020. Architectural Construction of a Woman 

on the Beach. 

1021. A Woman's Shape and Scents. 

1022. Woman: House: Bottle: as a Spher- 

ical Expansion in Space. 

1023. Simultaneousness. 
RUSSOLO 

1024. Dynamism of a Motor. 

1025. Dynamic Volumes. 

1026. Plastic Summary of a Woman's Move- 

ments. 

1027. My Dynamic Self. 

1028. Dynamic Expansion: Houses: Lights. 
SEVERINI 

1029. Light: Speed: Noise: In Simulta- 

neous Interpenetration. 

1030. Forms and Color: Tone in the Argen- 

tine Tango. 

1031. Sea Dancer. 

1032. Spherical Expansion of Lights: Cen- 

tripetal. 

1033. Spherical Expansion of Light: Cen- 

trifugal. 

1034. Dynamic Decomposition of the Portrait 

"of the Poet Marinetti. 

1035. Dynamism of the 14th July. 

1036. Light: Speed: Noise: Sketch. 

1037. Forms and Color: Tone in the Argen- 

tine Tango: First Sketch. 

1038. Forms and Color: Tone in the Double 

Boston: Second Sketch. 

1039. Sea Dancer: Study. 

1040. Dynamic Continuity of a Train in 

Rapid Movement. 

1041. Sea Dancer: Study No. 2. 

1042. Sea Dancer: Study No. 3. 

BOCCIONI SCULPTURE 

1043. Developments of a Battle in Space: 

Still Life. 

1044. Muscles in Quick Motion. 



NORWEGIAN SECTION 



GALLERIES 11 to 16 

PAINTINGS 

ASTRUP, NICOLAI 

1045. Window Flowers. 

Lent by Henrik Lund, Esq. 

1046. Storm-Blown Aspentree. 

Lent by Henrik Lund, Esq. 
BRUN, HARALD 

1047. A Laplander. 



1048. Young Woman. 

1049. Gladioli. 
COLLETT, FREDRIK 

1050. Spring Landscape. 
DAHL, NILS 

1051. September Evening. 

1052. Autumn Landscape. 
DEBERITZ, PER 

1053. On the Beach. 

From the Shulz Collection. 



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1054. Nude. 

From the Shulz Collection. 

1055. Garden in Jleutone. 

Lent by August Mohr, Esq. 
DIRIKS, EDVARD 

1056. Storm on Drobaksfjord. 

1057. December on the Seine. 

From the Shulz Collection. 
ERIKSEN, BJARNE 

1058. Summer Night. 
ERIKSEN, SIGURD 

1059. In the Woods. 
GAUGUIN, POLA 

1060. Sidestreet in Christiania. 

1061. Forest Interior. 

1062. Sunset. 

1063. Spruce "Wood. 
GRANDE, SEVERIN 

1064. Still Life. 

1065. Fir Trees. 

1066. On the Beach. 

1067. Summer in Soon. 
HAAVARDSHOLM, MAGNHILD 

1068. Cabbage Field. 
HEIBERG, ASTRI WELHAVEN 

1069. Portrait of a Girl. 

1070. Landscape. 
HEIBERG. JEAN 

1071. Boxers. 

1072. Calla Lilies and Tiger Lilies. 

1073. Bathing Boj-s. 

1074. Landscape. 

1075. Nude. 
HENNING, OTTO. 

1076. Valley in the Mountains. 

1077. Storm. 
HOLBO, KRISTEN 

1078. Al Fresco Luncheon. 

1079. Summer Evening in Vaage. 

1080. Mountain Dairy Pasture: Norway. 
HOLMBOE, THOROLP 

1081. In the Garden. 

1082. Winter Road. 

1083. Winter. 

1084. Owl. 

1085. Autumn. 

1086. Twilight. 
JACOBSEN, AUGUST 

1087. Berry Tree. 
JOHANSEN, OTTO 

1088. In the Garden. 

1089. Cagne: France. 

1090. In the Romsdal : Norway. 
JORDE, LARS 

1091. Midsummer. 

1092. Noon Sun: Sjodalen. 

1093. Morning Sun on Winter Cliffs. 
KATLI, ARNE 

1094. Landscape. 

1095. Summer. 

1096. In the Harbor. 

Lent by August Mohr, Esq. 

1097. Nude. 

From the Shulz Collection. 

1098. Garden. 

1099. Summer Night. 

From the Shulz Collection. 

1100. The Tree. 

1101. The Red Tablecloth. 
KIELLAND, MANNE 

1102. Lonstrup: Denmark. 
KOLSTO, FREDRIK 

1103. Clear Winter Day. 

1104. Winter Day on the Coast. 
KRAG, LUL 

1105. Portrait of Mrs. K. 
KROHG, CHRISTIAN 

1106. At the Table. 



1107. Buttoning the Shoes. 

Prom the Shulz Collection. 

1108. Portrait. 

1109. The Struggle for Life. 

1110. Norwegian Pilot. 

1111. Old Italian Woman. 

1112. The Child. 

1113. Sleeping. 
LAURENG, THEODOR 

1114. Portrait of a Boy. 

Lent by Henrik Lund, Esq. 
LUND, HENRIK 

1115. Portrait: The Norwegian Author, 

Hans Jaeger. 

1116. A Question. 

From the Shulz Collection. 

1117. The Dramatist, Gunnar Heiberg, and 

Friends in the Garden. 

1118. Portrait of Mrs. M. 

1119. On the Doorsteps. 

1120. The Kitchen Wall. 

1121. The Actress, Mme. Wettergren. 
MULLER, JOHANNES 

1122. Norwegian Mountain Stream. 

1123. Eyening. 
MUNCH, EDVARD 

1124. Landscape: Middle Europe. 

1125. Winter Landscape. 

1126. Portrait of the Painter, S. 

1127. Winter Landscape on the Coast. 

1128. Summer Night in Aasgaardstrand. 

From the Shulz Collection. 

1129. The Sun: Study for Decoration in 

Christiania University. 

1130. Morning. 

From the Shulz Collection. 

1131. Morning Toilet. 

1132. Portrait: The Author, Jappe Nilssen. 
ONSAGER, SOREN 

1133. Before the Mirror. 

From the Shulz Collection. 

1134. Sleeping Children. 

From the Shulz Collection. 
REVOLD. AXEL 

1135. Shipyard. 

1136. Two Girls. 

1137. Italian Girl. 

1138. Winter Landscape. 
ROM, HENRIK 

1139. Stormy Day in Fishing Village. 

1140. Summer Night. 

1141. Portrait of a Lady. 
SALICATH, ORNULP 

1142. Young Girl. 

1143. My Wife. 

SALVESEN, VALBORG SCHWARTZ 

1144. Interior. 
SANN, JACOB 

1145. Fisherman's Garden. 

1146. Fisherman's Cottage. 

1147. Summer Evening in Sandefjord. 
SCHONHEYDER, ANNA 

1148. Vaage Church: Norway. 
SINDING, SIGMUND 

1149. Autumn. 

1150. Autumn in Norway. 

1151. In the Harbor. 

1152. Twixt Winter and Spring. 

1153. Country Road. 
SMITH-KIELLAND, PER 

1154. Winter. 
SOHLBERG, HARALD 

1155. Oak Tree: Evening Light. 

Lent by Rasmus Meyer, Esq. 

1156. Midsummer Night. 

Lent by Dr. Midelfart. 

1157. Spring Evening: Akershus, Chris- 

tiania. 

Lent bv Olaf Gulbranson. 



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SOHLBERG, UAUAhD— Continued 

1158. Winter Night in Mountains 

Lent by J. B. Stang, Esq. 

1159. Fruitful Acres. 

Lent by Consul Harald Pettersen. 

1160. Fisherman's Cottage. 

Lent by Byron Smith, Esq. 

1161. From Sagene, Christiania. 

1162. Afternoon Sun. 
SOMME, JACOB 

1163. Evening Sun. 

1164. Interior. 
SORENSEN, HENRIK 

1165. The Waiter. 

Lent by August Mohr, Esq. 

1166. Afraid. 

1167. Friends. 
STADSKLEIV, THORLEIV 

1168. Overcast Day in the Mountains. 
STROM, HALFDAN 

1169. Effect of Sunlight. 

1170. In the Meadow. 

1171. Self Portrait. 

1172. Portrait of a Lady. 

1173. In the Sun. 

1174. Figure Study. 
SVARSTAD, A. D. 

1175. Portrait. 

1176. Old House: Christiania. 

1177. Terrace in Rome. 

1178. Dedication of the People's House: 

Christiania. 

1179. Anarchists' Meeting in London. 
TANNES, MARIE 

1180. March. 
THAULOW, FRITS 

1181. Pumpkin Field, Pennsylvania. 

1182. Town Gate: Cordova, Spain. 

1183. In Skagen, Denmark. 

1184. Watermill. 

1185. Square in Beaulieu, France. 

1186. River in Brittany, France. 

1187. Fisherman's Bridge. 

1188. Park Bench in Winter. 

1189. Landscape: Gravelines, France. 

1190. Watering the Horses: Normandy. 

1191. Smoking Chimneys: St. Denis, France. 

1192. Boulevard de la Madeleine: Paris. 

1193. The Mesna River: Norway. 

1194. Church Interior: Burgos, Spain. 

1195. Surf: Dieppe, France. 

1196. Apple Barges on the Seine. 
THORBJORSEN, SIMON 

1197. Autumn Evening. 

1198. Still Life. 
TUNOLD, BERNT 

1199. Tranquility 

Lent bv Direktor Kjell Koren. 
VALSTAD, OTTO 

1200. Digitalis. 

1201. A Corner of My Studio. 

1202. Near the Christianiafjord. 

1203. The Antique Mirror. 

1204. Spring. 
WERENSKIOLD, DAGFIN 

1205. Hawk and Turkeys. 

1206. Crows and Their Young. 
WETLESEN, WILHELM 

1207. Landscape from Fredrikstad, Norway. 

1208. Horses in Snow. 

GRAPHIC SECTION 

ETCHINGS, LITHOGRAPHS, WOODCUTS, DRAW- 
INGS AND WATER COLORS 

ERIKSEN, KRISTOPER 

1209. The Rider (after Rembrandt's painting 

in the Museum of Copenhagen). 



GAUGUIN, POLA 

1210. Winter in the City. 

1211. Decorative Figure. 

1212. Woman's Head. 
HAMMARBAECK, A. 

1213. Sketch. 

1214. Little Boy. 

1215. Profile. 
HOLM, HANS 

1216. The Burial of Christ (after Ribera's 

painting in Louvre) (L). 

1217. From Mesna River (L. in colors of 

painting by Thaulow). 

1218. From Amiens (L. in colors of painting 

by Thaulow). 
KAVLI, ARNE 

1219. Interior of a Music Box. 

1220. Singer in Tights. 

1221. Sketch. 

1222. Woman's Head. 

1223. Female Figure. 

1224. Singer. 

1225. Singing Negro. 

1226. Two Gentlemen in Paris. 

1227. Tlie Author, Wildenway. 

1228. Songstress. 

1229. Songstress Resiing. 
KIELLAND, MANNA 

1230. Wolves and Eagles Fighting (etching 

of painting by Jan Fyt). 
MUNCH, EDVARD 

1231. Death Scene (L). 

1232. Adieus (L). 

1233. Henrik Ibsen in Grand Cafe (L). 

1234. The Sea of Love (L). 

1235. Woman with Loose Hair (L). 

1236. Helge Rode (E). 

1237. Man Praying (woodcut in 2 colors). 

1238. Young Girl (E). 

1239. Amorous Woman (L. in 4 colors). 

1240. By the Seashore (W. in 4 colors). 

1241. Two People (W. in 3 colors). 

1242. The Liberation (L. in blue). 

1243. Woman with Red Hair (L. in 3 colors). 

1244. The Beggar (E. on zinc). 

1245. Moonlight: Woman Outside the House 

(W. in 4 colors). 

1246. Self Portrait (L). 

1247. The Dead Mother (E). 

1248. Lubec (E). 

1249. Study (E). 

1250. August Strindberg (L). 

1251. Jealousy (L. in black). 

1252. Vampire (W. in 4 colors). 

1253. Eva Cudocci and Bella Edwards (L). 

1254. Self Portrait: No. 2 (L). 

1255. Oak Tree (E. on zinc). 

1256. The Kiss (E). 

1257. Sick Girl (E). 

1258. The Sick Child (E). 

1259. Italian Woman (E). 

1260. Woman in Summer Night (E). 

1261. Moonlight (E). 

1262. Landgerichtsdirektor, S. (E). 

1263. Sigbjorn Obstfelder (E). 

1264. Bathing Woman (E). 

1265. Henry van de Velde (L). 

1266. Thv. S. (L). 

1267. Nude (L). 

1268. Leopard (L). 

1269. A Young Lady (E). 

1270. Workmen (L). 

1271. Thv. S. II (L). 

1272. Museum Director, Jens Thiis (L). 

1273. Panic (W). 

1274. Woman with Large Hat (L). 

1275. Workmen (W). 

1276. The Seducer (L). 



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1277. Madam G. (L. in red). 
1273. Young Lady (L). 

1279. Two Old People (L). 

1280. Two Apes with Their Young (L). 

1281. Polar Bear (L). 

1282. Eagle's Head (L). 

1283. Tiger (L). 

1284. Boy, Girl and Horse (L). 

1285. Five Apes and an Ape's Head (L). 

1286. Two Eagle Heads (L). 

1287. Eight Apes (L). 
NORDHAGEN, JOHAN 

1288. Falls in Telemarken (E. of painting by 

August Cappelen). 

1289. Claudius Civils' Conspiracy Against 

the Romans (from Rembrandt's 
painting). 

1290. Christ at Emmaus (from Rembrandt's 

painting). 

1291. Birch Tree in Storm (from painting by 

Prof. J. C. Dahl). 

1292. Prof. Hans Gude: Portrait (E). 

1293. Arne Garborg (E). 
PETERSSEN, REIDAR 

1294. The Slaughter of the Innocents (from 

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

1295. Head: Study (E). 

1296. Self Portrait. 
THAULOW, FRITS 

1297. Pont de Amiens (E. in colors). 

1298. Laveuses de Quimperle (E. in colors). 

1299. Soir (E. in colors). 

1300. Porte de Marbre (E. in colors). 

SCULPTURES AND MEDALLIONS 

ST. LERCHE, HANS 

1301. Pope Leo XIII. 

1302. Max Liebermann. 

1303. Child. 

1304. Young Roman. 

1305. Infant Child. 

1306. Three Monkeys. 

1307. Bacchanal. 



1308. Siren. 

1309. Roman Carnival. 

1310. Crayfish. 

1311. Young Man. 

1312. Ibsen. 

1313. Nude. 

1314. Bust of Young Roman. 

1315. The Poet and the Sphinx. 

1316. Woman and the Sea Bear. 

1317. Wild Boar. 

1318. Venus. 

1319. Siren. 

1320. Spectre. 

1321. Nude. 

1322. Pope Pius X. 

1323. Pope Leo XIII. 

1324. Bjornstjerne Bjornson. 

1325. Fishes. 

1326. Fishes. 

1327. The Tiber. 

1328. Anti-Darwinist Illusions. 

1329. The Marquise Casati in Fete Costume. 

1330. Sea Motive. 

1331. Typical Roman Child. 

1332. Statuette: Pope Pius X. 

1333. Pope Pius X (A). 

1334. Pope Leo XIII (B). 

1335. Y'oung Silenus. 

1336. Bust of a Y'oung Roman. 

1337. Woman (glass). 

1338. Woman and Sea Bear. 

1339. Idyl. 

1340. Boy (terra cotta). 

1341. Child (terra cotta). 

1342. Pope Benedict XV (terra cotta). 

1343. Statuette (terra cotta). 

1344. Pope Pius X (terra cotta). 

1345. Candida (terracotta). 

1346. Up Against It (terra cotta). 

1347. Bust of a Boy (terra cotta). 

1348. Schopenhauer: Head (terracotta).. 

1349. Head of a Child (terra cotta). 
VIK, INGEBRIGT 

1350. Young Girl (bronze). 



CHILIAN SECTION 



GALLERIES 19 and 20 

PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 

BACKHAUS, JOSE 

1351. View of Santiago from the Santa Lucia 

Hill. 

1352. Colonial Country House. 
BURCHARD, PABLO 

1353. Santa Lucia Hill Through the Mist. 

1354. The Fountain. 

1355. Copper Utensil. 

1356. Mutrun Hill. 

1357. The Post Office: Santiago. 
CARACCI, JOSE 

1358. Evensong. 

1359. Dream. 

1360. At Rest. 
CORREA. RAFAEL. 

1361. Driving Calves. 

1362. Oxen: Harrowing. 

1363. Crepuscule. 
COSTA, JERONIMO 

1364. Knitting. 
ESPINOSA, EUCARPIO 

1365. Portrait of Don P. A. 

1366. Portrait of Madame E. B. de E. 

1367. Old Pierrot. 
GONZALES, JUAN FRANCISCO 

1368. Pink and White Grapes. 

1369. Orchard of the Recoleta Monastery. 



1370. Pajaritos Road. 

1371. Old Courtyard: Lo Bezanilla. 

1372. Road in Villasana. 

1373. Yellow Roses in Autumn. 

1374. Crepuscule Plava Blanca. 

1375. The Village (rancho). 

1376. Padih Residence. 

1377. Cloister in Old Dominica. 

1378. Petunias. 

1379. Maitenes Ravine. 

1380. An Old Road in Melipilla. 

1381. Portrait of Inocencia. 

1382. Hidden Ranches of the Village, 

1383. Penalolen in Autumn. 

1384. By the Maipo River. 

1385. Winter Roses. 

1386. Doorways of Old Farms. 

1387. Autumn Storm. 
ISAMITT. CARLOS 

1388. The Santa Lucia Hill on a Rainy Day. 
1889. Corner of Tenglo Island. 

1390. Foothills: Puerto Montt. 
JOPRE, PEDRO 

1391. In the Studio. 
LOBOS, ALFREDO. 

1392. Colonial House: Seventeenth Century. 
LOBOS, ENRIQUE 

1393. Catita. 



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LUCARES, OSCAR 

1394. Study. 

1395. Irma. 
LUNCH, ENRIQUE 

1396. The Lady in Blue. 
MONTERO DE LEIVA, ELENA 

1397. Roses. 

1398. Peonies. 

ORTIZ DE ZARATE, JULIO 

1399. A Convent Corner in Santiago. 

1400. The Job. 
PEREIRA, ALIRO G. 

1401. Portrait of the Sculptor, V. M. 
PUELMA DE FUENZALIDA, DORA 

1402. Indoors. 
REBOLLEDO, CORREA BENITO 

1403. A Brave Boy. 
REZKA, PEDRO A. 

1404. Portrait of Dr. M. R. 



VALENZUELA. LLANOS ALBERTO 

1405. Moonrise from the Ravine. 

1406. In the Valley. 

1407. Near Santiago. 

1408. Bushes in Flower. 

1409. Old Trees in the Lolol Stream. 

1410. Solitude. 

1411. The Four Cantons Lake. 

1412. Opposition. 

1413. Autumn. 

1414. The Alameda, Santiago. 

SCULPTURE 

GONZALES, SIMON. 

1415. Dezca: The Sculptor. 

1416. The Boy of the Fountain. 

APPLIED ART 

MUNOZ, JARA JOAQUIN 

1417. Basket of Flowers. 

1418. Indian Customs. 

1419. Incrusted Panel. 



UNITED STATES SECTION 



GALLERY 25 
PAINTINGS 

STEWART, JULIUS L. 

1420. Wood Nymphs. 
LEVER, HAYLEY 

1421. Winter: Harlem River. 
CRISP, ARTHUR ^ , 

1422. Dim Yesterday's Pageant Backgrounds 

Todav. 
LEVER, HAYLEY 

1423. Washington Bridge. 
STEWART, JULIUS L. 

1424. Blue Butterfly. 
GROLL, ALBERT LOREY 

1425. Peace: Hopiland. . 
DOW, ARTHUR WESLEY 

1426. The Enchanted Mesa. 
CALIGA, I. H. 

1427. Autumn. 

DOW, ARTHUR WESLEY 

1428. The Great Shadow. 
BOSTON, JOSEPH H. 

1429. Mount Hamlin. 
LUNGREN, FERNAND 

1430. In the Abyss: Grand Canyon. 
PARSHALL, DEWITT 

1431. Great Abyss. 
WAITE, EMILY BURLING 

1432. The Lavender Gown. 
BORG, CARL OSCAR 

1433. Chateau Gaillard. 

Lent by Mrs. Phosbe A. Hearst. 
CLARKE. THOMAS SHIELDS 

1434. The Dawn of New Life. 
FISHER, MARK 

1435. In the Garden. 
ROGERS, FRANKLIN W. 

1436. The Siesta. 

LEIGH, WILLIAM ROBINSON 

1437. The Stampede. 
LEVY, WILLIAM AUERBACH 

1438. Normandy Fishermen. 

SCULPTURE 

FRENCH, DANIEL CHESTER 

1439. Study of a Head. 

MAC NEIL, HERMON ATKINS 

1440. Indian: Arms Folded. 
MORA, JOSEPH JACINTO 

1441. Scratching a Twister. 



GALLERY 26 

PAINTINGS 

O'BRIEN, FRANK M. 

1442. In the Foothills of the Apennines. 
DUMOND, FREDERIC MELVILLE 

1443. Raton Pass. 
PANCOAST, MORRIS HALL. 

1444. The Narrows in Winter. 
WAITE, EMILY BURLING 

1445. Tijmentje Pouring Water. 
HAILMAN, JOHANNA K. WOODWELL 

1446. A Tropical Menage. 
HOEBER, ARTHUR 

1447. Sprav. 
ROOK, EDWARD F. 

1448. Snow, Ice and Foam. 
SLOAN, JOHN 

1449. Gloucester Harbor. 
UPER, WALTER 

1450. Indian Madonna. 
DOUGHERTY, PAUL 

1451. Changing Weather. 
SLOAN, JOHN 

1452. McSorlev's Old Ale-House. 
UFER, WALTER 

1453. Indian Garden. 

1454. Povee Chigee. 
GROLL, ALBERT LOREY 

1455. Arizona Desert. 
DUMOND, FREDERIC MELVILLE 

1456. Hoss Tradin' on the Reservation. 
UFER, WALTER 

1457. Sprucing Up for the Fiesta. 
COFFIN, WILLIAM ANDERSON 

1458. Earlv Morning in Mav. 
DUMOND, FREDERIC MELVILLE 

1459. 1849. 
UFER, WALTER 

1460. Rosa Cota of San Juan Pueblo. 
ROBINSON, WILLIAM S. 

1461. June Idvl. 
GLINTENKAMP, HENRY J. 

1402. Wind Gap. 
SCHWARTZ, ANDREW THOMAS 

1463. In Vermont. 
JONES, FRANCIS C. 

1464. The Divan. « 
LANGHORNE, KATHERINE 

1465. Sakonnet Surf. 
LINDIN, CARL ERIC 

1466. Evening. 
DIXON, MAYNARD 

1467. The Trail in Oregon. 



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GALLERY 27 

PAIXTIXGS 

COFFIX, WILLIAM ANDERSON 

1468. A March Evening. 
MASON, JOHN 

1469. Old Cider Mill. 
AMES, BLANCHE 

1470. Pauline. 

COFFIN, WILLIAM ANDERSON 

1471. September Afternoon. 
MASON, JOHN 

1472. On the Road to Killingworth. 
CHURCHILL, W. W. 

1473. Pouring Tea. 
ERICSON. DAVID 

1474. The Late Tea. 
BOYNTON, RAY S. 

1475. Vanity. 
CARLSON, JOHN F. 

1476. Frost Bound. 
PADDOCK, JOSEPHINE 

1477. Two Girls. 
O'BRIEN, FRANK M. 

147S. Spring Morning: Marin County. 
BOYNTON, RAY S. 

1479. Young Diana. 
ML'HRMAN, HENRY 

1480. Highgate. 
ROSENTHAL, ALBERT 

1481. Alberta Uhle-Smith. 
OLINSKY, IVAN G. 

1482. Two Girls. 
WHITE, ORRIN A. 

1483. Autumn in the Canvon. 
TALCOTT, ALLEN B. 

1484. April at Chipmunk Point. 
MAYNARD, RICHARD F. 

1485. In and Out of an Oval Mirror. 
KAULA. LEE LUFKIN 

1486. On the Old Settle. 
BREMER, ANNE M. 

1487. The A'illage of Good Cheer. 
MERRITT, ANNA LEA 

1488. Nvmph of Dew. 
CARLISLE. MARY HELEN 

1489. High Noon: California. 
CALLAHAN, CAROLINE R. 

1490. Luncheon. 
GELHAAR, EMIL 

1491. Packer Hall. 
MERRITT, ANNA LEA 

1492. Youth. 
BARNETT. TOM P. 

1493. Winter. 

Lent by the City Art Museum: 
St. Louis. 
MEAKIN. LEWIS HENRY 

1494. Rockport. 
OCHTMAN, LEONARD 

1495. Winter Morning: Mianus River. 
BRUMBACK. LOUISE UPTON 

1496. The Harbor: Gloucester. 
BROWNE, CHARLES FRANCIS 

1497. La Vacherie: France. 
FORSYTH. WILLIAM 

1493. The Wind from the West, 
VAN BOSKERCK, ROBERT W. 

1499. The Valley at Delhi: New York. 
PANCOAST, MORRIS HALL 

1500. Gray Day. 
BORG, CARL OSCAR 

1501. Landscape. 
PERRY, LILLA CABOT 

1502. Hildegarde. 
POTTHAST, EDWARD HENRY 

1503. The Illecilewaet Glacier. 
THOMPSON, GEORGE ALBERT 

1504. February Morning. 



GALLERIES 28 to 34 
In addition to the prints displayed in Gal- 
leries 28 to 34, there are many other prints 
in cases in the Sales Office, which may be 
entered from Gallery 35. The prints on dis- 
play in the Galleries will be changed from time 
to time. 

.SCVLPTURE 

NOQUET, PAUL 

1505. Endless Grief. 
PRATT, BELA LYON 

1506. Edward Everett Hale. Gallery 30 
BOYLE, JOHN J 

1507. Tired Out. Gallery 31 
DALLIN, CYRUS EDWIN 

1508. Protest. Gallery 32 
VONNOH. BESSIE POTTER 

1509. Water Lilies. Gallery 33 
KONTL ISIDORE 

1510. Surprise. Gallery 33 
AKELEY, CARL E. 

1511. Lion and Buffalo. Gallery 34 
HARVEY. ELI 

1512. Lioness Recumbent. Gallery 34 

PRINTS, ETCHINGS. LITHOGRAPHS, ETC. 

ADDAMS. CLIFFORD 

1513. Admiral's House, Amsterdam. 

1514. City Hall, Philadelphia. 

1515. Land Ho. 

1516. River Scene: Blackfriars. 

1517. A Venetian Schooner. 

1518. The Dressmaker's Balconr, Venice 

1519. The Rialto, Venice. 

1520. Harbor Scene, Venice. 

1521. A^enice. 

1522. Garden Entrance, Venice. 

1523. Westminster. 

1524. After a Wedding, Grand Central, 

Venice. 

1525. The Emigrants' Entry, Philadelphia. 

1526. New York Harbor. 

1527. The Print Shop of Keppel, N. Y. 

1528. Dordrecht Cathedral. 

1529. Antique Shop, Venice. 

1530. The Thames. 

1531. Soho. 

1532. Hampstead. 

1533. Demolition. 

1534. Tower of London. 

1535. A Soho Alley. 

1536. Limehouse. 

1537. Hoboken. 

1538. Dordrecht Gateway. 

1539. Tramway Accident. 

1540. By the Dam, Philadelphia. 

1541. Coliseum, St. Martin's Lane. 

1542. Old Race Street Shop. 

1543. Waterloo Place. 

1544. Stable Yard, Philadelphia. 

1545. Finchley. 

1546. Lincoln's Inn Fields. 

1547. Alexandra Day in Seething Lane. 

1548. Decoy Farm. 

1549. By tiie Docks, Brooklyn. 

1550. New York Herald Building. 

1551. The High Stoop. 

1552. El Rastro, Madrid. 

1553. Hampstead Garden Suburb. 

1554. Margate. 

1555. Yarmouth Hospital. 



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AID, GEORGE CHARLES 

1556. Port d'Honfleur. 

1557. Cathedral Saint Cecile, Albi. 

1558. Pergolata. 

1559. Dans la Vallee de I'Eure. 

1560. Rue de Neubourg, Louviers. 

1561. Twilight. 

1562. Rue de L'Eveche, Beauvais. 

1563. Italian Gates. 

1564. La Vielle Maison. Louviers. 

1565. La Seine a Puteaux. 

1566. Coin du Marehe, Louviers. 

1567. Jardin de Mme. Lescaute. 

1568. St. Nicholas du Chardonnet. 

1569. La Conciergerie, Paris. 

1570. Pont Marie, Paris. 

1571. Piazza Parrochiale, Dolceaqua. 

1572. Hotel de Cluny, Paris. 
ALMQUIST, OLOF 

1573. Woodrow Wilson. 

1574. Joseph Jefferson. 

1575. Miss Effv Elsev. 
ANDERSON, ALEXANDER 

1576. Self Portrait. 

1577. John Carroll. 
ARMINGTON, CAROLINE HELENA 

1578. St. Sulpice, Paris. 

1579. Notre Dame de Paris. 

1580. Quai des Orfevres, Paris. 

1581. Pont Neuf et le Louvre. 

1582. An Old Court, Venice. 

1583. Old Door, Venice. 

1584. Notre Dame Pris de St. Julien le 

Pauvre, Paris. 

1585. Pont dei Sospiri, Venice. 

1586. Porte d'Entree, Cluny, Paris. 

1587. Les Thermes, Cluny, Paris. 

1588. Court du Dragon, Paris. 

1589. Une Boutique, Constantine. 

1590. St. Gervais, Paris. 

1591. L'ne Ruelle, Constantine. 

1592. L^n Passage, Constantine. 

1593. Rue de I'Arc, Constantine. 

1594. He de la Cite, Paris. 

1595. Thames and St. Paul's, London. 

1596. Pont Saiute Marie, Paris. 

1597. No. 8 Rue de I'Arc, Constantine. 

1598. La Rue de I'Eehelle, Constantine. 

1599. Tourelle Principale, Cluny, Paris. 

1600. Hotel de Sens, Paris. 
ARMINGTON, FRANK M. 

1601. Pont du Carrousel, Paris. 

1602. Meditation. 

1603. Marie. 

1604. Konigstrasse, Nurnberg. 

1605. Type Oriental. 

1606. Pont Neuf, Paris. 

1607. Jardin des Tuileries. 

1608. Tour Eiffel. Paris. 

1609. Vue Prise d'Une Ruine a Carthage. 

1610. Pietro. 

1611. Campement Saharien. 

1612. Bedouin. 

1613. Route de SidiOkba, Biskra. 

1614. Jean. 

1615. Jeanne. 

1616. The Black Sash. 

1617. Notre Dame de Paris. 

1618. Tower Bridge, London. 

1619. Bourrelier au Marais, Paris. 

1620. Ali. 
BACHER. OTTO 

1621. Chioggia. 

1622. Three Ships. 

1623. Entrance, Grand Canal. 

1624. Fondamenta di Tolentini. 

1625. Lavanderia. 

1626. Ponte del Pistor. 

1627. Lace Makers. 



1628. Schleissheim, Tree in Roval Garden. 

1629. A Corner of St. Marks. 

1630. Net Makers, Chioggia. 

1631. Old Market, Florence. 
BARONE. ANTONIO 

1632. Bobs. 

1633. The Brook. 

1634. La Dance au Crepuscule. 

1635. The Spanish Necklace. 

1636. Doves and Tenements. 

1637. Between the Tenements. 

1638. The Little Shop. 

1639. Cornelia. 

1640. The Fish Vendor. 

1641. Boy Writing. 

1642. Herald Square, New York. 

1643. Roberto. 

1644. The Little Mother. 

1645. Still Life. 

1646. La Petite Grecque. 

1647. Mother. 

1648. Mercedita. 

1649. Boy with Dominoes. 

1650. Joe. 

1651. Lady with Fur Collar. 

1652. Boy Writing. 

1653. Grazia. 

1654. Ponte Vecchio: Rochester. 
BAUMAN, GU STAVE 

1655. Town of Nashville. 

1656. In the Hills of Brown. 

1657. Mathis Alley. 

1658. Courthouse Yard. 

1659. The Door Yards. 

1660. Washington Barnes' Cabin. 

1661. Peach and Plum Bloom. 

1662. Harden Hollow. 
BELLOWS, GEORGE 

1663. Artists' Evening. 

1664. "1914." 
BENSON, FRANK W. 

1665. Ducks Swimming. 

1666. Sunset. 

1667. Blue Hills. 

1668. Duck Hunter. 

1669. Clam Digger. 

1670. Mother and Child. 

1671. Geese Against Sky. 

1672. Canada Geese. 

1673. Dusk. 

1674. Moonlight. 

1675. River Divers. 

1676. Blue Heron. 

1677. Yellow Legs. 

1678. Duck and Ripples. 

1679. Leaping Salmon. 

1680. Lone Goose. 

1681. Nan. 

1682. Egrets. 

1683. Wild Goose Drinking. 

1684. Wild Swans. 

1685. Brown Pelican. 

1686. Perching Pelican. 

1687. The Fishermen. 

1688. The Gunner. 

1689. My Pointer. 

1690. Frightened Ducks. 

1691. Wild Geese Resting. 

1692. Morning. 

1693. The Seiner. 

1694. The Moose Caller. 

1695. Candle Light. 

1696. The High Carry. 

1697. The Lobsterman. 

1698. Flight of Blue Bills. 

1699. The Anchorage. 

1700. Low Tide. 

1701. Black Breast Plover. 

1702. Whistlers. 



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1703. The Landing. 

1704. The Brick Barge. 

1705. Solitude. 
BERNSTROM, VICTOR 

1706. The River Shore. 

1707. Pirates' Haven. 

1708. The Mujik. 

1709. The Mystery of Life. 

1710. Jacking for Eels. 

1711. Limbering Up. 

1712. Philip II of Spain. 

1713. The Dead Matador. 

1714. Shepherdess. 

1715. Trapped at Last. 
BLOODGOOD, ROBERT FANSHAWE 

1716. Hark! 

1717. Hard Times. 

1718. The End of an Outlaw. 

1719. The Early Bird. 

1720. Fairy Godmother. 

1721. The Merry Winter Crow. 

1722. Jealousy. 

1723. Arctic Traveler. 
BLUM, ROBERT F. 

1724. The Witch. 

1725. Profile. 
BOBBETT, ALFRED 

1726. The Cure (after Darley). 

Lent by Mrs. P. O. C. Darley. 
BORG, CARL OSCAR 

1727. Villa dei Quintilli (Campagna 

Romana). 

1728. II Castello. 

1729. San Pietro di Palestrina. 

1730. Landscape. 

1731. Venetian Canal. 
BRIDPORT, HUGH 

1732. John Vaughan (after Thomas Sully). 
BROWN, BENJAMIN C. 

1733. Cliff, Golden Gate. 

1734. Venetian Bridge. 

1735. In Old San Juan. 

1736. Santa Maria della Salute, Venice. 

1737. Russian River, California. 

1738. Rainy Day, San Francisco. 

1739. Hay Wharf, San Francisco. 

1740. A Bridge of Venice. 

1741. Old Bridge at Bruges. 

1742. Gate of Western Nations. 

1743. The Peristyle: World's Fair. 

1744. Court of Palms. 

1745. Venetian Doorway. 

1746. Half Dome from Art Building. 

1747. Half Dome from Art Palace. 

1748. The Flower Man: San Francisco. 

1749. Mullgardt's Tower: Court of Abun- 

dance. 

1750. Arch of the Western Nations. 

1751. The Peristyle: Art Palace, P. P. I. E. 

1752. Peristyle of Art Palace. 

1753. Court of Palms. 

1754. Peristyle Reflected. 

1755. Mullgardt's Tower. 

1756. Sunset: Grand Canyon. 
BROWN, HOWELL C. 

1757. Eucalyptus Trees. 

1758. Summer Afternoon, Laguna Beach. 

1759. The Sign Board, Chinatown, San 

Francisco. 

1760. Sycamores. 

1761. Monterey Coast. 

1762. Up Telegraph Hill: San Francisco. 

1763. California. 

1764. Telegraph Hill: San Francisco. 

1765. San Luis Rey. 
BROWN, M. E. D. 

1766. Stephen Girard (after Bass Otis). 



BURR, GEORGE ELBERT 

1767. The Willows. 

1768. The Fairy Glen. 

1769. Evening, Lake Geneva. 

1770. Pinon Trees and Spanish Peaks. 

1771. Arizona Clouds. 

1772. Oaks in Winter. 
BURT, CHARLES 

1773. Henry W. Longfellow. 
CALEWAERT, LOUIS H. 

1774. Old Houses in Detroit. 

1775. Madam Braun. 

1776. The Blower. 

1777. Ma Grandmere. 

1778. My First Plate. 

1779. William Fanning. 

1780. The Canal. 

1781. Youth Drawing. 

1782. Portrait of J. R. 

1783. Sketch of the Etcher. 

1784. Ma Grandmere Endormi. 

1785. Luminaris. 

1786. North Peoria Street. 

1787. On the Detroit River. 
CARR, MICHAEL CARMICHAEL 

1788. Lobster Baskets, Corsica. 

1789. Nonza, Corsica. 
CHADWICK, CHARLES W. 

1790. Needlework (after Townsend). 

1791. The Culprit (after Belcher). 

1792. Illustration (after Brown). 

1793. Bereavement (after Adan). 

1794. Sent to Bed (after Belcher). 

1795. Portrait. 
CHADWICK, EMMA 

1796. Pont Neuf. 

1797. Landscape. 

1798. Study of Trees. 

1799. Pont Neuf No. 2. 
CHANDLER, GEORGE WALTER 

1800. Impasse du Lion, Algiers. 

1801. The Minarettes, Benares. 

1802. Via Riccabone, San Remo. 

1803. La Rue Kleber, Algiers. 

1804. Souk El Djemma. 

1805. A Farmyard in Auvergne. 

1806. Via Monte, San Remo. 

1807. Via Vecchia, Perugia. 

1808. Rue des Teinturiers. 

1809. Rue Abd El Kader. 

1810. Westminster Abbev (The Choir). 
CHENEY, JOHN 

1811. Beatrice. 
CLOSSON, WILLIAM BAXTER 

1812. The Christ (after Da Vinci). 

1813. The Turkey Pasture (after Fuller). 

1814. Flora (after Titian). 

1815. Portrait of Thiers. 

1816. Madonna Granducca (after Raphael). 

1817. Paolo and Francesca (after Watts). 

1818. Immaculate Conception (after Murillo). 

1819. Flowers (after Bonvin). 

1820. Haunts of the Song Sparrow. 

1821. Ralph W. Emerson (after Rowse). 

1822. Dr. O. W. Holmes. 

1823. Charles and Mary (after Van Dyck). 
COLE, TIMOTHY 

1824. Portrait (after Velasquez). 

1825. Portrait of Princess Vitelli (after 

Francis). 

1826. Holy Family (after Rembrandt). 

1827. Portrait cxf a Spanish Lady (after 

Fortuny). 

1828. Saint Elizabeth (after Zurbaran). 

1829. La Maternite (after Carriere). 

1830. Portrait of a Man (after Velasquez). 

1831. Mother (after Millet). 

1832. Philip IV (after Velasquez). 

1833. Nature (after Romney). 



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COLE, TIMOTHY — Continued 

1834. Mona Lisa (after Da Vinci). 

1835. The Broken Mirror (after Greuze). 

1836. Portrait of Mrs. Glenowen and Child 

(after Raeburn). 

1837. Repose in Egj-pt (after Knaus). 

1838. The Cavalier (after Hals). 
COLMAN, SAMUEL 

1839. Windmill. 

Lent bv Ingraham Hughes, Esq. 
COLWELL. ELIZABETH 

1840. The Four Willows by the Stream. 

1841. The Lake in Winter. 

1842. The Sea from Penobscot Lighthouse. 

1843. The Pig Sty. 

1844. Kellar's Orchard. 

1845. Head of an Old Man. 

1846. An Old Man Reading. 

1847. The Great Pine. 

1848. The Willow. 

1849. The Bridge. 

1850. Old Willows. 

1851. Peach Blossoms. 
CONGDON, ADAIRENE VOSE 

1852. Place Saint Genevieve. 

1853. Montreuil sur Mer. 

1854. Montreuil sur Mer. 

1855. Place Saint Genevieve. 

1856. Fisherman's Cottage: Brittany. 

1857. Fisherman's Cottage: Brittany. 

1858. Old Venetian Palace. 

1859. Old Venetian Palace. 

1860. Fisherwives of Normandy. 

1861. Venetian Doorway. 
CONGDON, THOMAS R. 

1862. Saint Etienne du Mont. 

1863. Le Palais du Luxembourg. 

1864. Bridge of Sighs. 

1865. Fountain of the Luxembourg. 

1866. An Old English Gateway. 

1867. Factories on the Thames. 

1868. Le Palais du Luxembourg. 

1869. Along the Embankment. 

1870. Pont Neuf. 

1871. Browning's Home, Grand Canal. 

1872. An Old English Court. 

1873. Fountain of the Luxembourg. 

1874. Saint Jean du Doight, Finisterre. 

1875. La Seine. 

1876. Last Kiss of the Sun. 

1877. Saint Sulpice: Paris. 
COOVER, NELL 

1878. Waiting. 

1879. Sleeping Infant. 

1880. Jealousy. 

1881. Petit Enfant. 

1882. Laurette. 

1883. La Ballon Rouge. 

1884. Au Guignol. 
COTTON, JOHN WESLEY 

1885. Pollard Willows. 

1886. Belgian Farm. 

1887. In the Beguinage, Bruges. 

1888. Belfry of Bruges. 

1889. Place de la Digue, Bruges. 

1890. Quai du Rosarie, Bruges. 

1891. The Hilltop. 

1892. In Epping Forest. 

1893. Twelfth Century Houses, Chester, Eng- 

land. 

1894. Porthwidden Cove, Cornwall. 

1895. Hampstead Heath. 

1896. St. Ives' Harbor. 

1897. The Firs, Hampstead Heath. 

1898. Beeches, Epping Forest, England. 

1899. The Firs, Hampstead Heath. 

1900. Blossom Time. 

1901. Old Flemish Mill. 

1902. Out of the Fog. 



1903. Old Bridge, Bruges. 

1904. On Bruges Canal. 

1905. Market Women of Flanders. 

1906. Old Butter House, Bruges. 

1907. Belfry of Bruges No. 2. 
COVEY, ARTHUR S. 

1908. Steel Workers, No. 1. 

1909. Harbour Cove, Gloucester. 

1910. The Singing Man. 

1911. The Call. 

1912. Steel Workers No. 2. 

1913. The Hammer Shop. 

1914. Victoria Station, London. 

1915. The White Mill. 

1916. The Coppersmith. 
DAHLGREEX, CHARLES W. 

1917. The Willows. 

1918. Approaching Storm. 

1919. Falkeuburg, Germany. 

1920. Shower on the Marshes. 

1921. A Day in Tone. 

1922. Fantasie. 

1923. In Mood. 

1924. The Light House. 

1925. Mist at Sea. 

1926. Birch Tree. 

1927. Winter Shadows. 

1928. The Edge of the Timber Line. 

1929. Sunshine and Poetrv. 

1930. Christmas. 

1931. Florida Forest Fire. 

1932. The Lowlands. 

1933. After a Spring Rain. 

1934. Evening on the Marshes No. 1. 

1935. Evening on the Marshes No. 2. 

1936. Sunset Clouds. 

1937. Awakening of Spring. 

1938. On the Road to Holland. 

1939. Reflections. 

1940. Moorlands of Germany. 

1941. A Poem. 

1942. Cyclone Cloud. 

1943. On a Country Road No. 2. 

1944. Heatherlands. 
DAVIS, JOHN PARKER 

1945. The Tile Club at Easthampton (after 

Abbey). 

1946. Mme. Deshoulieres (after Mignard). 

1947. Robert Harley, Earl of Oxford (after 

Kneller). 

1948. The Divine Tragedy, Mary Magdalene 

(after Dielman). 

1949. The Skeleton in Armor (after Abbey). 
DAWKINS, HENRY 

1950. Benjamin Lav (after W. Williams). 
DAWSON- WATSON 

1951. Peter Van Brugh Livingston (after 

Raeburn). 

1952. Dr. Horace Bushnell (after Rowse). 
DE CORDOBA, MATHILDE 

1953. Ma Mere. 

1954. Gilbert Simon. 

1955. Jacqueline. 

1956. Boy Blue. 

1957. Kate Prentice. 

1958. The Ballet Dress. 

1959. Halla Brown. 

1960. Child with Japanese Lantern. 

1961. Helen Buchanan. 

1962. Sir John Simon. 

1963. Enfant Aux Raisin. 

1964. The Good Fairy. 

1965. Child Standing. 

1966. Camilla Brown. 

1967. Her First Portrait. 

1968. Toby, Son of Lord Hilton. 

1969. John Burroughs. 

1970. Henrv Whitney. 

1971. Dorothy Pratt. 



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1972. Florence Pratt. 
DE WITT, GERARD 

1973. The Arch. 
DILLAYE, BLANCHE 

1974. On Little Egg Harbor Bay. 

1975. A Bird's Eye A'iew of Annisquam. 

1976. A Country Road. 

1977. A Mob of Houses. 

1978. An Old Street, Quebec. 

1979. A Dutch Waterway. 

1980. Leaning Houses, Dordrecht. 

1981. The Last Cargo. 

1982. A Narrow Way. 

1983. Fishing Wiers, Bay of Fundy. 

1984. Marsh at Ocean City. 

1985. On the Road to Wanapashemet. 

1986. An Upland Path. 

1987. A French Roadside. 

1988. Mist on the Cornish Coast. 

1989. A Mansion in the Sky. 

1990. The Downs: East Gloucester, Mass. 

1991. The Road to Pompey Hill. 

1992. Low Tide on a Dutch River. 

1993. Lubec High Way. 

1994. The Village Mill. 

1995. Old House: Crecy-en-Brie. 
DOW, ARTHUR W. 

1996. The Dory. 

1997. The Yellow House. 

1998. Rain in May. 

1999. Ipswich Marshes, Color Schemes Nos. 

I, II. 

2000. By Salt Marshes. 

2001. Harry Mayne, His House, the Pirate 

of Old Ipswich. 

2002. The Desert, Color Schemes Nos. I, 

II, III, IV. 

2003. Little Venice, Color Schemes Nos. I, II. 

2004. The Blue House. 

2005. April. 

2006. The Old Bridge, Ipswich. 

2007. Site of the Moraine. 

2008. The Blue Lily. 

2009. In Old High, Ipswich. 
DURAND, ASHER BROWN 

2010. John Trumbull (after Waldo & Jewett). 
EDWARDS, S. ARLENT. 

2011. Alexander Hamilton. 

2012. Simonetta. 
EDWIN, DAVID 

2013. Thomas McKean (after Gilbert Stuart). 
ERTZ, EDWARD F. 

2014. Place Royal, Paris. 

2015. La Terre. 

2016. Lavoirs, Chartres. 

2017. Mother and Child. 

2018. Vieux Loups de Mer. 

2019. A Study of Expression. 

2020. Polperro. 
ESKRIDGE, ROBERT 

2021. The Junk Shop, Chicago. 

2022. Old Mission, San Diego. 
EVANS, JOHN W. 

2023. Becalmed (after Beal). 

2024. Making Glass Beads (after Sargent). 

2025. Commencement Day (after Bellows). 

2026. Little Dutch Girl (after Woodbury). 

2027. Medallion, Napoleon. 

2028. Statue Louis XIV. 
FARRAR, HENRY. 
2029. Sunset. 

2030. In Port. 

2031. Sunset in the Lower Bay. 
FERRIS, STEPHEN J. 

2032. Granada. 

Lent bv Ingraham Hughes, Esq. 
FRENCH. FRANK P. 

2033. Edwin Booth (after Sargent). 

2034. Portrait (after Dewing). 



2035. Beech Woods (after Parsons). 

2036. The Meadow. 

2037. Bedouin Girl (after photograph). 

2038. Isaak Walton (after Boughton). 

2039. Francis I (after Reinhardt). 

2040. Under the Mistletoe. 

2041. Christmas Chimes. 

2042. Valentine. 

2043. The Chrysanthemum. 

2044. Evening Primrose (after Gibson). 

2045. A Christmas Vigil. 

2046. St. Cecilia (after Church). 

2047. The Golden Stair •'after Burne Jones). 

2048. Henevah (after Bridgman). 

2049. The Dav of Rest (after Abbey). 

2050. The Vale of Tears (after Poveda). 

2051. The Rare Vase (after Fortuny). 
GAGNON, CLARENCE A. 

2052. Rue des Cordeliers, Dinan. 

2053. L'Orage. 

2054. Mont St. Michel, Brittany. 

2055. Vieux Moulin en Picardie. 

2056. Tour de I'Horloga, Dinan. 

2057. Moonlight, Pont de I'Arche. 

2058. Canal du Loing. 

2059. Luxembourg Gardens, Paris. 

2060. Sant' Agostino Canal, Venice. 

2061. Porte de Bourgogne, Moret. 

2062. November Evening. 
GALLAGHER, SEARS 

2063. Across the River. 

2064. Old State House, Boston. 

2065. Woolworth Building, New York. 

2066. Appledore, England. 

2067. St. Ives. 

2068. Brooklyn Bridge, New York. 

2069. Trinity Church, Boston. 

2070. T Wharf, Boston. 

2071. Bovlston Street, Boston. 

2072. Bideford, England. 

2073. English Cottage. 

2074. Appledore, England. 

2075. Old Mill, Nantucket. 

2076. Wild Cherry Trees. 

2077. Boy with Dog. 

2078. From the Hill. 

2079. Kitchen: Old Fairbanks House, Ded- 

ham, Mass. 

2080. Old Sailor. 

2081. New and Old Boston. 

2082. Toilers. 

2083. New England Fireplace. 

2084. Hollyhocks. 

2085. Breezy Day. 

2086. On the Beach. 

2087. North River House. 

2088. Head of Old Man. 

2089. Trees on the Hill. 

2090. Old Cedars. 

2091. Through the Cedars. 

2092. Old Shop. 

2093. September. 
GALLAUDET, ELISHA 

2094. George Whitefield, M. A. 
GETCHELL, EDITH LORING 

2095. Home by the Sea. 
GILMORE, ADA 

2096. Promenade. 
GLEESON, CHARLES K. 

2097. Quai d'lvry, Paris. 

2098. Les Carriers, Paris. 

2099. King's Highway Viaduct, St. Louis. 

2100. Pont Saint Nicholas. 

2101. A View of Burgos. 

2102. Au Impasse, Paris. 

2103. Val du Grace. 

2104. Platersque Doorway. 

2105. Conciergerie, Paris. 

2106. Fifteen Houses and Pont Neuf. 



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GLEESON, CHARLES K. — Continued 

2107. Tavern of Seven Trees. 

2108. Corner of Pont Neuf. 

2109. Near Saint Etienne du Mont. 

2110. Noon Hour. 

2111. Alcantara, General View. 

2112. Vue de la Cite. 

2113. Saint Anne of Shaudon. 
GOETSCH, GUSTAVE F. 

2114. On the Harlem Pier. 

2115. Marblehead, Mass. 

2116. In the Harbor. 
GOLDTHWAITHE. ANNE 

2117. Fraulein Von Kneptisch. 

2118. Churchyard, Brittany. 

2119. The Ballet. 

2120. Cock Fight. 

2121. Sunny Hillside. 

2122. The Letter. 

2123. Alabama Pines. 

2124. At Montmartre. 

2125. Un Moment Musical — Shubert No. 2. 

2126. Un Moment Musical — Shubert No. 3. 

2127. New Year's Eve. 
GRIFFIN, JAMES MARTIN 

2128. River Lee, Cork, Ireland. 
GRIFFITH, LOUIS OSCAR 

2129. Winter. 

2130. In New England. 

2131. The Weaver. 

2132. The City of Granite. 

2133. Morning Glow, Pont Avon. 

2134. Cathedral: Quimperle. 

2135. Solitude. 
HALE, WALTER 

2136. The Flatiron Building, New York. 

2137. The Castle of Turegano. 

2138. The Alcazar, Segovia. 
HALPIN, FREDERICK 

2139. Asher S. Durand (after C. L. Elliot). 
HAMMERSMITH, PAUL 

2140. Twilight Shadows. 

2141. Ferry Boats. 

2142. University Drive. 

2143. Holland. 
HANSEN, ARMIN C. 

2144. The Shower. 

2145. Flemish Landscape. 

2146. Before the Wind. 

2147. Low Tide. 
HARER, FREDERICK W. 

2148. Independence Square. 

2149. A Fire. 

2150. La Estellita. 

2151. An Effect of Light. 

2152. Marketing. 

2153. The Farrier. 

2154. Emigrants. 

2155. A Scavenger. 

2156. A Bum. 
HARLEY 

2157. Jack of the Mill (after Darley). 

Lent bv Mrs. F. O. C. Darley. 
HARRITON, ABRAHAM 

2158. Son of Israel. 
HARSHE, ROBERT B. 

2159. Dutch Cottages. 

2160. San Lorenzo. 

2161. Fisherman's Wharf. 

2162. The Ostrich. 

2163. Indian Rock Park. 

2164. Chinese Truck Patch. 

2165. On the Stanford Farm. 

2166. Sand Dunes. 

2167. Lagunitas, Stanford University. 

2168. Twilight. 

2169. Three Pines. 

2170. Chinese Truck Patch. 

2171. Tamalpais. 



2172. On the Stanford Farm. 

2173. Monterey Dunes. 

2174. Poplars, Seals Ranch. 

2175. Deserted Kilns. 

2176. A Dutch Water Gate. 

2177. The Inner Quad: Stanford University. 

2178. Unidentified. 
HARTMAN, C. BERTRAM 

2179. Admiration. 

2180. Birds of Paradise. 

2181. Vanity. 

2182. Erotic. 

2183. Flamingo Fantasy. 

2184. Elephantasy. 

2185. Ice Bear. 
HASKELL, ERNEST 

2186. The Spectre. 

2187. Dwarfs of Ragged Island. 

2188. Hill Top. 

2189. Kinnebeck Homesteads. 

2190. Peeling Apples. 

2191. The Captain. 

2192. Darning. 

2193. The Whistling Boy. 

2194. The Crippled Pine. 

2195. The Moss Trees. 

2196. The Skeletons. 

2197. The Hunchback. 

2198. The Dead Sisters. 

2199. The Colt. 

2200. The Blind Gypsy. 

2201. Retrospection. 

2202. Drawbridge. 

2203. The Sand Hopper. 

2204. Mrs. P. 

2205. Announcement. 

2206. Christmas Card. 

2207. Bookplate. 

2208. Christmas Card (Private Plate) 

(Whitney). 

2209. Book Plate (Lorillard). 
HASSAM, CHILDE 

2210. Garden of the Luxembourg. 

2211. Old Dutch Church, Fishkill Village. 

2212. The Steps. 

2213. The Athenaeum: Portsmouth. 

2214. Reading in Bed. 

2215. Kitty Resting. 

2216. The White Kimono. 

2217. Cos Cob Dock. 

2218. Painting Fans. 

2219. Contre-Jour. 

2220. The Dance. 

2221. The Lucinda of New Y'ork. 

2222. The Etcher. 

2223. The Laurel Dance. 

2224. Cos Cob. 

2225. Old Toll Bridge. 

2226. The Old Cherry Tree. 

2227. St. Sepulchre: Strand. 

2228. The Barges: Cos Cob. 

2229. The Old House: Cos Cob. 

2230. Palmer's Dock: Cos Cob. 

2231. The Georgian Chair. 

2232. The Colonial Table. 

2233. Low Tide: Cos Cob Bridge. 

2234. Moonrise at Sunset. 

2235. Elms in Mav. 

2236. The Little Piano. 
223 7. Street in Newburgh. 

2238. The Little Pool: Appledore. 

2239. Porte St. Martin: Paris. 

2240. Long Bridge. 

2241. The White Mantel. 

2242. Old Lace. 

2243. The Dutch Door. 

2244. Sunset: Constable's Hook. 

2245. The Illustrator. 

2246. June. 



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2247. A Portrait. 

2248. Toby's: Cos Cob. 

2249. Connecticut Barns. 

2250. The Old House. 

2251. Mrs. R. 
HEINEMANN, ERNST 

2252. Japanese Children. 
HIGGINS, EUGENE 

2253. The Rent Bill. 

2254. The Blind Leading the Blind. 

2255. The Rag Pickers. 

2256. Under Archwav. 

2257. In the Park. 

2258. Slum Girl. 

2259. Mendicants. 

2260. An Outcast. 

2261. Mother Groliot's Doorway. 

2262. The Return. 

2263. Out of Shadows. 
HILL, JOHN 

2264. New York from Governor's Island. 
HOBART, CLARK 

2265. The Bathing Pool. 

2266. "Wood Nymph. 

2267. Evening. 

2268. "Speak!" 

2269. Nvmpth at Pool. 

2270. The Chess Players. 

2271. The White Cloud. 

2272. Homeward Path. 

2273. Mav Flowers. 

2274. The Morning Walk. 

2275. Symphony in Red and Blue. 
22 76. The Garden Pete. 

2277. Fairy Tales. 

2278. The Ladv Guinivere. 

2279. Sleep. 

2280. Going to the Dance. 

2281. Sunday Afternoon. 

2282. Follv Leading Love. 

2283. California Night. 

2284. The Peacock. 

2285. Beatrice. 

2286. Svlvan Glade. 

2287. The Green Vase. 

2288. The Tribute. 

2289. Wayside Rest. 

2290. Goin' to Meetin'. 
HOPKINS, EDNA BOIES 

2291. Phlox. 

2292. Purple Daisy. 

2293. Bramble. 

2294. Fig Leaves. 

2295. Honeysuckle. 

2296. Puschia. 

2297. Grapes. 

2298. Datura. 

2299. Morning Glory. 

2300. Pepper. 
HORNBY, LESTER GEORGE 

2301. Le Matin, Gland-Sur-Marne. 

2302. Le Pont. 

2303. Le Ciel Pluvieux. 

2304. La Cathedral a Reims. 

2305. La Marne a Chateau Thierry. 

2306. La Jardiniere, Matin, Marne. 

2307. Le Chateau. Passy-Sur-Marne. 

2308. Vieille Maisons, Reims. 

2309. The Goose Girl. 

2310. Dimanche Matin, Verneuil, Marne. 

2311. La Brise, Marne. 

2312. Yieille Femme aux Champs. 

2313. The Harvester, Marne. 

2314. Dans les Champs. 

2315. L'Eglise a Gland, Marne. 

2316. The PigSty, Marne. 

2317. La Fete a Pantin. 

2318. Chateau a la Parte-Milon. 

2319. Les Lavoirs a Chateau-Thierry. 



2320. La Colline, Marne. 

2321. Le Gamin, Marne. 

2322. Ramasseurs des Fagots, Marne. 

2323. Ciel et Champs No. 7. 

2324. Ciel et Champs No. 4. 

2325. Les Cochons. 
HORTER, EARL 

2326. French Quarter, New Orleans. 

2327. Old Farm House, Germantown. 
HUBER, KONRAD 

2328. Nimrod Exhibits His Humor (after 

Darlev). 
HURLEY, EDWARD T. 

2329. Market Alley. 

2330. Dry Creek Valley, Boone Countv, Ky. 

2331. A Bad Night. 

2332. Suspension Bridge, Cincinnati. 

2333. In Eden Park. 

2334. Autumn Woods. 

2335. Sheep at Oult Park. 

2336. The Mission Cross. 

2337. 6th and Market: West of Elm Coin. 

2338. The Ohio from Elmhurst Place. 

2339. 5th and Canal: Dayton, Ohio. 

2340. Autumn Woods. 

2341. The Blizzard. 

2342. The East End: Cincinnati, Ohio. 

2343. Fountain Square: Cincinnati. 

2344. Lower Market: Cincinnati. 

2345. An Old Gateway. 

2346. Winter on Mt. Adams. 

2347. Kilgours Woods. 

2348. Beeches. 

2349. Hampelman's Boat House. 

2350. Lover's Lane: Mt. Adams. 

2351. The Ohio from Mt. Adams. 

2352. Hatch and Elgina Place: Mt. Adams. 

2353. From Eden Park. 
HYDE, HELEN 

2354. Cherry-Rain. 

2355. An Interlude, Mexico. 

2356. The Family Umbrella. 

2357. Going to Market. 

2358. In Their Holiday Clothes. 

2359. The Sacred Calf, Agra, India. 

2360. The Bath. 

2361. The Sauce-Pan Shop, Soochow, China. 

2362. Baby Talk. 

2363. The Furious Dragon. 

2364. The Blue Umbrella. 

2365. A Mexican Coquette. 

2366. Feeding the Bunnies. 

2367. Sunday Morning. 

2368. Over the Garden Wall. 

2369. August. 

2370. New Brooms. 

2371. The Go-Cart. 

2372. A Roundelay. 

2373. Complaints. 

2374. Blossom Time in Tokyo. 

2375. The Kameido Bridge. 

2376. The Little Pink Plum. 
23 77. An April Evening. 

2378. The Secret. 

2379. My Neighbors. 

2380. A Day in June. 

2381. A Daruma Branch. 

2382. Going to the Fair. 

2383. Friends of Winter. 

2384. New Year's Day in Tokyo. 

2385. Turtle. 

2386. The Lucky Branch. 

2387. Bamboo Gate. 

2388. Goblin Lanterns. 

2389. Rainy Night. 

2390. Survival of the Fittest. 

2391. From the Rice Fields. 

2392. Butterflies. 

2393. Mother and Child. 



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HYDE, HE-LEN— Continued 

2394. The Return. 

2395. The White Peacock. 

2396. Moonlight ou the Viga Canal, Mexico. 

2397. The Mirror. 

2398. Apricot Cloud. 

2399. Alfonso and Conchita. 
JAQUES, BERTHA E. CLAUSON 

2400. Minelli, Venice. 

2401. Venice Fisherman. 

2402. Shipyard, Venice. 

2403. The Arch, Roman Forum. 

2404. Street of Janissaries, Algiers. 

2405. Willows, Rvsord. 

2406. Peat Boat, Marken. 

2407. Along the Mall. 

2408. Scotch Collier's Cottage. 

2409. Rain on Thames. 

2410. Charing Cross Bridge. 

2411. Hampstead Heath. 

2412. Prisons of the Sea. 

2413. Paradise Bridge, Venice. 

2414. Santa Margherita, Venice. 

2415. The Columns, Roman Forum. 

2416. Burano. 

2417. Thames Boats, London. 
JOHNS, W. B. 

2418. Village on the Seine. 

2419. The Stone Bridge. 

2420. November Day. 

2421. Evening in Prance. 

2422. The Canal. 

2423. A Little Arab. 

2424. Across the Fields. 
JOHNSON, THOMAS 

2425. Franz Liszt. 

2426. Robert Browning. 

2427. Alfred Tennyson. 

Lent by Mrs. Thomas Johnson. 
KEELER, CHARLES B., JR. 

2428. Bazaar of the 100,000 Articles, Quim- 

per, Brittany. 

2429. Old Houses in the Place Terre au Due, 

Quimper. 

2430. House of the Lime Seller in the Rue 

Traverse, Morlaix. 

2431. Beggar at St. Jean du Doight. 

2432. Christmas Card. 

2433. Levanto. 

2434. Ronda, the Impregnable: Spain. 

2435. Morning, the Shadow of the Cliff: 

Ronda. 

2436. Barrio San Francisco: Ronda. 

2437. Santa Maria la Mavor: Ronda. 

2438. For a Booklover. 

2439. Street in Quimperle: Brittany. 
KIMBALL, KATHERINE 

2440. Oast Houses. 

2441. Presbytere de St. Maclou, Rouen. 

2442. Chateau Gaillard. 

2443. Chateau Gaillard. 

2444. Maison Barlier, Paris. 

2445. Facade of the Louvre. 

2446. The Cemeterj-, Venice. 

2447. La Maison le Roy, Petit Andeley. 

2448. The Doomed Island. 

2449. Towers of Notre Dame. 

2450. Jasper's Gate House. 

2451. St. Nicholas du Chardonnet. 
KING, CHARLES B. 

2452. Dixmude, Belgium. 

2453. Amsterdam. 

2454. Grand Canal. 

2455. Rainy Day, Fifth Avenue. 
KOOPMAN, AUGUSTUS 

2456. Brittany Fisherman. 

2457. In the Cafe. 

2458. Dutch Sailing Master. 
KRUELL, GUSTAV 

2459. Abraham Lincoln. 



2460. W. T. Sherman. 

2461. Robert E. Lee. 

2462. Daniel Webster. 

2463. U. S. Grant. 

2464. Abraham Lincoln (with beard). 
LAFFAN, A. 

2465. Moonlight on the Adriatic. 
LANDER, BENJAMIN 

2466. Among the Daisies. 
LEARNED, ARTHUR GARFIELD 

2467. Young Satyr. 

2468. Sibyl. 
LEMOS, PEDRO J. 

2469. The Old Quarry. 

2470. Along the Road. 

2471. The Hillside, Lake Merritt. 

2472. At the Edge of the River. 

2473. A Summer Evening. 

2474. Fishing Dav. 

2475. Wind Warriors. 

2476. Fog: Piedmont Hills. 

2477. Still Waters. 

2478. Waiting for a Breeze. 

2479. The Hillside: Harvest. 

2480. Day in June. 

2481. Plowing Time. 

2482. Pool Over the Hill. 
LEVY, BEATRICE S. 

2483. Central Park Impression, New York 

2484. The Lake at Night. 

2485. The Vacant Lot. 

2486. Field Museum Through the Trees 

2487. Song of Summer. 

2488. West Entrance, Field Museum, Chicaeo 
LEVY, WILLIAM AUERBACH ' 

2489. The Harp of the Winds. 
LEWIS, ALLEN 

2490. The Landing. 

2491. Lady on the Stairs. 

2492. The Procession. 

2493. Old Woman Reading. 

2494. The Work Shop. 

2495. Climbing Boy. 

2496. La Port Guillaume. 

2497. The Obelisk. 

2498. Portrait of Boardman Robinson. 

2499. Little Storm. 

2500. The Green, Prospect Park. 

2501. The Sand Yard. 

2502. Valle de Chevreuse. 

2503. Metropolitan Museum. 

2504. Dead Oak. 

2505. Willow in the Mist. 

2506. Roosting Pigeon. 

2507. Paris Print Shop. 

2508. The Hard Pull. 

2509. The Closing Curtain. 
LONGACRE, JAMES BARTON 

2510. Andrew Jackson. 
LUM, BERTHA 

2511. Aovagi. 

2512. Through the Night. 

2513. Rainy Twilight. 

2514. Magic Carpet. 

2515. Winter. 

2516. Evening. 

2517. Cherry Blossoms. 

2518. Snow Balls. 

2519. Rain. 

2520. Children. 

2521. Sisters. 

2522. Wind and Rain. 

2523. The Home-Coming. 

2524. O Fuji San. 

2525. Peter. 

2526. Sails. 

2527. The Bridge. 

2528. Pines by the Sea. 

2529. Goblin Dance. 

2530. Fishermen. 



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2531. Bob. 
LUQUIEXS, HUC-ilAZELET 

2532. Fern Yard in Picardie. 
2433. Vanderbilt Gateway. 

2534. Phelps Gateway. 

2535. Osborn Gateway. 

MAC LAUGHLAX, DOXALD SHAW 

2536. The Grimsel Pass. 

2537. The Life of the Thames. 

2538. Quai des Grands Augustins. 

2539. A Devonshire Tillage. 
McMILLEX. illLDRED 

2540. Low Tide: Staples. 
MAXLEY. THOMAS R. 

2541. Street in Castile. 

2542. Fish House. 

2543. Old Shed. 

2544. The Elms. 
MARIX, JOHX 

2545. Canal d" Amsterdam. 

2546. Towers, Saint Germain. 

2547. Bal Bullier. 

2548. Ca dOro, Venice. 
MARSHALL, WILLIAM EDGAR 

2549. George Washington. 
MARTIXEZ, XATIER 

2550. Peace. 

2551. At the PooL 

2552. In the HiU. 

2553. At the Grove. 

2554. Dance of the Fairies. 

2555. Spring Dance. 
MAVERICK, PETER 

2556. Rev. Edward Mitchell. 
MEIXSHAUSEX, GEORGE 

2557. Andrew Jackson. 

2558. The Life Boat. 

2559. The Phantom Ship. 

2560. Samuel Houston. 

2561. George Washington. 

2562. U. S. Grant. 

2563. Robert Fulton. 

2564. Daniel Webster. 

2565. Benjamin Franklin. 

2566. Fenimore Cooper. 

2567. Portrait. 

2568. Rape of the Sabines (after Rubens). 

2569. Landing of Ponce de Leon. 

2570. Cumberland Falls (after Farny). 

2571. Beeehwood (after Lindsay). 

2572. Washington Artillery (after Redwood). 

2573. Eagle of -Jupiter and Ganymede (after 

Rembrandt). 

2574. Abraham Lincoln. 

2575. The Chicken Woman (after Vollon). 

2576. Sand Mountain (after Lindsay). 

2577. Hawk's X'est. 

2578. The Sun Dial (after Farny). 

2579. A Question of Seconds (after Farny). 

2580. John Adams. 

2581. Chief Justice Waite. 

2582. Three Doctors. 

2583. John Arkwright. 
MELVILLE, FRAXCIS 

2584. The Cobbler. 

2585. Busy. 

2586. The Stableyard. 

2587. December. 

2588. The Ginger Jar. 

2589. South Bay, Long Island. 

2590. Xan. 

2591. The Window Seat. 

2592. The Late J. Q. A. Ward. 

2593. Emelie. 
MERRILL, KATHERIXE 

2594. Burnham Beeches. 

2595. St. Dunstan's in the East. 

2596. Canterbury from St. Martin's Hill. 

2597. Federal Building from Quincy Street, 

Chicago. 



2598. Woolworth Building, from City Hall 

Square. 

2599. St. Josephafs Polish Cathedral, Mil- 

waukee. 

2600. Where Art and Commerce Meet. 

2601. St. James' Cathedral, Montreal. 

2602. Harper's Ferry. 

2603. Harper's House, Harper's Perry. 

2604. Burnside Bridge, Antietam. 

2605. Gen. Meade's Headquarters, Gettysburg. 

2606. Little Round Top from Devil's Glen. 

2607. Drydocks, Xewport Xews. 

2608. Illinois Monument, Gettysburg. 

2609. Lookout Mountain. 
MERRITT, AXXA LEA 

2610. A Child that Wriggled. 

2611. Reapers. 

2612. Grandmother's Boa. 

2613. Cupid Bound. 

2614. The X'arrow Way. 

2615. An Emigrant Child. 

2616. A Mother. 

2617. A Little Quakeress. 

2618. A Piping Shepherd. 

2619. Oliver Wendell Holmes. 
MIELZIXER, LEO 

2620. Adolescence. 
MILHAU, ZELLA DE 

2621. Afterglow, Quebec. 

2622. The Coast. 

2623. Boats on the Nile. 

2624. The Pirates' Cove. 

2625. Long Island Sand Dunes. 

2626. Lowlands. 

2627. The Pool. 

2628. The Sands. 
MILLAR, ADDISOX THOMAS 

2629. The Winding Road, Holland. 

2630. The Storm, St. Vincent de Paul, N. Y. 

2631. Moonrise on the Birches. 

2632. Boer Farmhouse. 

2633. Hayberg. 

2634. The Old Kirk. 

2635. The Return of the Flock. 

2636. The Ship Yard, Muidan. 

2637. Hauling Logs Through the Dunes. 

2638. A Winter Evening, Laren. 

2639. Xovember Evening, Laren. 

2640. The Drawbridge, Hakkelaarshek. 

2641. The Faggot Girl. 

2642. Holland Farm House. 

2643. Gathering Fire Wood. 

2644. The Long Barn, Rumson Road. 

2645. The Valley After the Storm. 

2646. The Barnyard. 

2647. Oak Trees. 

2648. Spring Plowing. 

2649. The River Docks, Norwalk. 

2650. Fairj- Rings. 

2651. Ali Baba's House. 

2652. Rue Ben Ali. 

2653. Rue Thebes. 

2654. Rue Kleber. 

2655. The Three Arabs. 

2656. Arab Gateway. 

2657. Old Madrid. 

2658. A Winter Moon, Laren. 

Lent by Solon H. Borglum, Esq. 
MIXOR, ROBERT C. 

2659. Morning on the Niantic River, Conn. 

2660. Evening. 
MOXKS, JOHX A. S. 

2661. Rocky Road. 
MORAX, MARY XIMMO 

2662. The Edge of a Georgian Pond. 

2663. Twilight, East Hampton. 

Lent by Thomas Moran, Esq. 



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MORAN, PETER 

2664. On the Road to Albueraue. 

Lent bv George Frederick Keene, 
Esq." 

2665. "Woodland Pool. 

2666. Evening. 

2667. Spring. 

2668. Plowing the Stubble. 
MORAN, THOMAS 

2669. An Old Apple Orchard. 

2670. Hook Pond, East Hampton. 

2671. The Breaking Wave. 

2672. The Light House. 

2673. A Montauk Pond. 

2674. A Turkish Bazaar. 

2675. Twilight. 

2676. A Tower of Cortez. 

2677. Pass of Glencoe. 

2678. Harlech Castle. 

2679. Old Church of San Juan, New Mexico. 
MULLGARDT, LOUIS CHRISTIAN 

2680. East Entrance to Varied Industries 

Building. 

2681. Carmel Mission, Carmel-by-the-Sea, 

California. 

2682. West Side of Education Building. 
NAHL, PERHAM W. 

2683. Pan and Syrinx. 

2684. Evening. 

2685. Redwoods at Palo, Colorado. 

2686. Arbolado No. 2. 

2687. Storm. 

2688. California Hills. 

2689. Oak and Underbrush. 

2690. The Hunchback. 

2691. Coast Scene. 

2692. Marsh and Uplands. 

2693. Monterey Hills. 
NEWMAN. VICTOR WINTHROP 

2694. Alice. 

2695. George Washington. 
NORDFELDT, BROR J. O. 

2696. The Incoming Fog. 

2697. Little Italv, Chicago. 

2698. The Jew of Tangier. 

2699. My Mother. 

2700. Hee Jan. 

2701. Barges on the North Branch, Chicago. 

2702. The Open Hearth Furnace, Chicago. 

2703. The Piano. 

2704. California Street, San Francisco. 

2705. Chinatown Shops. 

2706. Crowley's Wharf. 

2707. The Edge of Chinatown. 

2708. Golden Gate Beach. 

2709. The Mounted Policeman. 

2710. Telegraph Hill. 

2711. The Electric Tram, Portland, Ore. 

2712. The Bessemer Converter, Chicago. 

2713. Bridge Builders, Chicago. 

2714. Calumet River, South Deering, Chicago. 

2715. The Coal Crusher, Chicago. 

2716. Entrance to the Field Museum, Chicago. 

2717. Field Museum No. 2. 

2718. Grain Elevators, South Deering. 

2719. Illinois-Michigan Canal, Chicago. 

2720. The Little Hub, Chicago. 

2721. The Logan Monument, Chicago. 

2722. The Night Shift. Chicago. 

2723. Park Row, Chicago. 

2724. Pasquale Scale, Chicago. 

2725. 638 South Clark Street, Chicago. 

2726. Sacco Grande, Tangier. 

2727. Ca di Mosto, Venice. 

2728. The House of tue Madonna. 

2729. Anglers— The Mist. 

2730. The Branch. 

2731. The Bridge. 

2732. The Rock, Nahant. 



2733. The Skyrocket. 

2734. Small Wave, Moonrise. 

2735. The Tree. 

2736. The Illinois Steel Company. Chicago. 
NORMAN, JOHN 

2737. George Washington. 
NORTHCOTE, STAFFORD M. 

2738. Plavmates. 
ORR, LOUIS 

2739. Les Saintes Maries. 

2740. Court of the Library, Rouen Cathedral. 

2741. Chapel of St. Antoine, St. Trophime, 

Aries. 

2742. Fort St. Andre, Avignon. 

2743. Rue St. Severin, Paris. 

2744. L'Eglise aux Stes. Maries de la Mer. 

2745. Church of St. Gilles. 

2746. Rue de la Petite Boucherie. 
PAGE, WILLIAM 

2747. Rev. James Milnor. 
PARTINGTON, GERTRUDE 

2748. Beach and Cliffs at San Francisco. 

2749. Old Telegraph Hill. 

2750. Portrait Mile, de Cordoba. 

2 751. Court of the Ages: Evening. 

2752. Chinatown. 

2753. Court of the Ages 
PARTRIDGE, G. ROY 

2754. St. Cloud. 

2755. Tanagra and Marguerites. 

2756. Ambition Bound. 

2757. Dancing Water. 

2758. White Butterfly. 

2759. In a King's House. 

2760. Notre Dame. 

2761. The Hessian Messenger. 

2762. Das Bettler Madchen. 

2763. A House in Hessia. 

2764. Ephemera. 

2765. Lace from Paris. 

2766. La Petite Reine. 

2767. Le Pantheon. 

2768. La Maison Blanche. 

2769. Le Louvre No. 1. 

2770. Le Pont de la Tournelle, Paris. 

2771. The Photographer's Shop. 

2772. Le Pont Neuf. 

2773. Le Louvre. 

2774. Gypsy. 

2775. The Veil. 

2776. Ex Libris, St. Clare Shepard. 

2777. Ex Libris, O. V. 

2778. Ex Libris, F. H. 

2779. Ex Libris, R. P. 

2780. Ex Libris, F. P. 

2781. La Porte de Moret. 

2782. Le Louvre No. 4. 

2783. Egalite et la Mendiante. 

2784. Dharyamana. 

2785. Winter Moon. 

2786. The Buttress. 

2787. Early Morning, Notre Dame de Paris. 

2788. Winter Blossoms. 

2789. The Greek. 

2790. L'Annonciation. 

2791. The Hut in the Clearing. 

2792. Portrait of a Young Man. 

2793. Le Louvre No. 2. 

2794. Over the Seine. 

2795. The Fir Tree. 

2796. Wall Street. 

2797. New York Public Library. 

2798. The Grey Bridge. 

2799. In a Robe of Mist. 

2800. The Marvelous Mountain. 

2801. Polish City. 
PATTERSON, MARGARET 

2802. Le Pouldu, Brittany. 

2803. The Hyer's House, Chatham. 



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2804. The Tall Trees. 

2805. The Swan. 

2806. The Sands, Chatham. 

2807. Winding Road, Quimperle. 

2808. Flemish Village. 

2809. Wind Blown Trees: Cape Cod. 

2810. Cape Cod House. 
PAULUS, FRANCIS PETRUS 

2811. Old Beggar Woman. 

2812. Head of an Old Man. 

2813. The Coppersmiths. 

2814. Fish Market, Bruges, No. 1. 

2815. Fish Market, Bruges, No. 2. 

2816. Belfry of Bruges. 

2817. In the Ancient Crypt, Bruges. 

2818. Quai des Menetriers, Bruges. 

2819. Quai des Menetriers, Bruges. 

2820. Old Rag Market, Bruges. 

2821. Eel Woman. 

2822. Sunshine and Shadow. 

2823. An Old Canal, Bruges. 

2824. An Old Canal, Bruges. 

2825. Old Market Under the Trees, Bruges. 

2826. Old Philosopher. 

2827. In the Outskirts of Bruges. 

2828. Alfred Gilbert: The English Sculptor. 

2829. Fish Market No. 3, Bruges 

2830. The Old Bridge, Bruges. 

2831. The Dogana. 

2832. Robert Hopkins: Marine Painter. 

2833. Along the Giudecca. 
PEALE, CHARLES WILLSON 

2834. Rev. Joseph Pilmore. 
PEALE, REMBRANDT 

2835. Lord Bvron. 
PEARSON, RALPH M. 

2836. Loggers on the Mississippi. 

2837. Structural Iron. 

2838. Rough Water Outside. 

2839. Moonlight, Pont de I'Arche. 

2840. Open Hearth Furnaces. 

2841. The Asphalters. 

2842. The Track Gang. 

2843. A Rock River Sunset. 

2844. Field Museum. 

2845. A Kansas Citv Blufif. 

2846. Elverhoj Studios. 

2847. Black Hawk Countrr. 

2848. Squaw Rock. 

2849. Lincoln Monument. 

2850. Shanties of the Mississippi. 

2851. Bookplate, Florence M. Hendershot. 

2852. Bookplate, Grace Dickerson. 

2853. Bookplate, Ruth Pearson. 

2854. Bookplate, John Irwin Scull. 

2855. Bookplate, Leroy Truman Goble. 

2856. Bookplate, Wallace Hickman. 

2857. Bookplate, Winifred Goble. 

2858. Bookplate, Frank O. Lowden. 
PELHAM, PETER 

2859. Cotton Mather. 

2860. Rubens. 
PENNELL, JOSEPH 

London in War Times. 

2861. Searchlights over St. Paul's. 

2862. London Lights, No. 2. 

New York Series. 

2863. Palisades and Palaces. 

2864. Times Building. 

2865. Hail, America! 

2866. The Elevated. 

2867. Building a Skyscraper at Night 

2868. Cortlandt Street. 

2869. Bridge at Hell Gate. 

2870. New York from Brooklyn 

2871. Up to the Woolworth. 

2872. New York City in 1915. 

2873. Sunset from Williamsburg Bridge 

2874. St. Paul's. 



2875. 

2876. 
2877. 
2878. 
2879. 
2880. 
2881. 
2882. 
2883. 

2884. 
2885. 
2886. 
2887. 
2888. 
2889. 

2890. 

2891. 
2892. 
2893. 

2894. 

2895. 
2896. 
2897. 
2898. 
2899. 

2900. 

2901. 
2902. 
2903. 

2904. 
2905. 
2906. 
2907. 
2908. 
2909. 

2910. 
2911. 
2912. 
2913. 

2914. 
2915. 
2916. 
2917. 

2918. 
2919. 
2920. 
2921. 
2922. 
2923! 
2924. 
2925. 
2926. 
2927. 
2928. 
2929. 
2930. 
2931. 

2932. 
2933. 
2934. 

2935. 
2936. 

2937. 



Woolworth Building. 

Pittsburgh and Chicago Series. 

On the Way to Bessemer. 

Pittsburgh No. 3. 

Pittsburgh No. 2. 

Stockyards, Chicago. 

Grain Elevators, Chicago. 

Mining Village. 

The Mine. 

Homestead. 

San Francisco Series. 

Up to the Fairmont. 

Kearny Street. 

Chinatown. 

Isles of the Bay. 

Seal Rocks. 

Down and Up California Street. 
Washington Series. 

The Avenue, Washington. 
Yosemite Series. 

The Cathedral Door. 

At the Foot of the Falls. 

Falls at Night. 

Grand Canyon Series. 

Storm in the Canyon. 

Philadelphia, 1914. 

Girard Street. 

Philadelphia from Belmont. 

The Philadelphia Club. 

The Tunnel in the Park. 

Down Sansome Street from Eighth 
Street. 

The Massed Skyscrapers Above the 

Housetops. 
The Dining Room, Stenton. 
The Hall at Cliveden, the Chew House. 
The Bridge Across Market Street, from 

Broad Street Station. 
The Drawing Room at Cliveden. 
The Hall, Stenton. 
Wyck, the Doorway from Within. 
The Elevated at Market Street Wharf. 
Upper Room at Stenton. 
Bed Room, Stenton, the Home of James 

Logan. 
Library, C. J. Wistar Residence. 
Hall, C. J. Wistar Residence. 
Interior, C. J. Wistar Residence. 
The Water Works. 

Belgian Series. 
Old and New Mills at Valenciennes. 
The Dump, Serang. 
The Iron Gate, Charleroi. 
Landscape Work. 

English Series. 
St. Paul's Out of My Window. 
River of Work, Leeds. 
Low Moor Works, Bradford. 
The Big Stack, Sheffield. 
Copper at Cardiff. 
The Great Chimnev, Bradford. 
The Great White Cloud, Leeds. 
Mond Gas. 

Old and New England. 
The Winding Stair, Leeds. 
Forges at Sheffield. 
Dinner Time, Greengates. 
The Strand. 
St. Clements Danes. 
German Series. 
New Rhine Castles. 
Cranes at Duisburg. 
Tracks of Oberhausen. 

Greek Series. 
Columns of Temple of Jupiter, Evening. 
The Wine-Dark Sea. 

European Series. 
Court of the Fishpond. 



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PENNELL, JOSEPH — Continued 

2938. Alcantara Bridge: Toledo. 

Zeppelins. 

2939. Zeppelin Shed. 

2940. Zeppelin Coming Out. 

Panama Series. 

2941. Steam Shovel in the Cut. 
PERARD, VICTOR SEMON 

2942. The Old Organ Grinder. 

2943. Brooklyn Bridge. 

2944. The Madeleine. 

2945. Portrait Sketch. 

2946. Tours de Carcassonne. 
PERCY, ISABELLE C. 

2947. Maine Woods. 
PIAZZONI, GOTTARDO F. P. 

2948. Avenue des Champs Elysses, Paris. 

2949. Mountain Home, Switzerland. 

2950. The Seine. Neuilly, France. 

2951. Italian Pines, Rome. 

2952. St. Peter's from Villa Borghese, Rome. 

2953. Stone Dwellings. 

2954. Spring in the Alps. 

2955. View of Montmartre from Neuilly, 

France. 

2956. Ebb Tide, Green Brae. 

2957. Dawn, Green Brae Slough. 

2958. Wooded Hillside, Marin County. 

2959. The Old Oak Trunk No. 1. 

2960. The Old Oak Trunk No. 2. 

2961. Avenue de la Grande Armee. 
PLOWMAN, GEORGE T. 

2962. Mezzotint. 

2963. St. Nicholas du Chardonnet. 

2964. Passage des Patriarchs, Paris. 

2965. Notre Dame, Paris. 

2966. St. Etienne du Mont, Paris. 

2967. Ye Old Dick, London. 

2968. Rue de Pretres, St. Severin, Paris. 

2969. St. Martins in the Fields, London. 

2970. Hotel de Sens, Paris. 

2971. The Monument, London. 

2972. Maison de Balzac. 

2973. Impasse des Boeufs. Paris. 

2974. Staples Inn, London. 

2975. Roofs of Paris. 

2976. Strasburg, Germany. 

2977. Passage Moret, Paris. 

2978. Shot Tower, London. 

2979. Cloth Fair, Smithfield, London. 

2980. Viterbo, Italy. 

2981. Towers of Notre Dame, Paris. 

2982. Rue de la Harpe. 

2983. Wurtzburg, Germany. 

2984. Le Vieux Coin, Paris. 

2985. Faneuil Hall, Boston. 

2986. In Rome. 

2987. California Landscape. 

2988. Below Bridge, London. 

2989. Le Maison Desolee. 

2990. Quartier St. Severin. 

2991. St. Sulpice, Paris. 

2992. Near St. John's Gate, London. 

2993. Trinity Church, Boston, Mass. 

2994. Pantheon, Paris. 

2995. Tannery, Paris. 
QUINLAN, WILL J. 

2996. Building a Viaduct. 

2997. Edge of the Sassafras Grove. 

2998. Burling Slip, New York City. 

2999. New York Towers. 

3000. Van Cortlandt Mansion. 

3001. The Clam Diggers. 

3002. At Yonkers Refinerv. 

3003. Sassafras Trees No. 1. 

3004. Sassafras Trees No. 2. 

3005. Cathedral of St. John the Divine. 

3006. Overhauling a Three-Master. 



3007. Metropolitan Life, and Worth Monu- 

ment. 

3008. Madison Square Tower. 

3009. Portrait of an Old Man. 

3010. Metropolitan Life and Madison Square 

Towers. 

3011. Tower of Manhattan Bridge. 

3012. From Washington Heights, New York 

City. 

3013. Fixing the Bowsprit. 

3014. Trees and Rocks. 

3015. The Old Spy Oak. 

3016. Under the Brooklyn Bridge. 

3017. Brooklyn Bridge from James Slip. 

3018. Weatherbeaten Sentinels, No. 2. 

3019. Repairing the Damage. 

3020. A New York Canyon. 

3021. Stone Bridge, Central Park, New York. 

3022. Constructing the Bankers' Trust 

Building. 

3023. New York Public Library, No. 1. 

3024. New York Public Library, No. 2. 

3025. A Queensboro Bridge. 

3026. Broadway from Bowling Green. 

3027. The Smith Building, Seattle. 

3028. Eleventh Street Bridge, Tacoma. 

3029. Broad Street, New York City. 

3030. Coenties Slip, New York City. 

3031. Spanning Hell Gate. 
RANDOLPH, LEE F. 

3032. A Wind-Swept Pine, Monterey. 

3033. San Carlos Mission, Monterey. 

3034. Old Church Tower at Grez. 

3035. L'Eglise de Nemours. 

3036. Sewing. 

3037. Church of St. Sulpice, Paris. 

3038. The Church Tower. 

3039. Old Church at Grez. 

3040. An Arab Doorway, Coustantine, Al- 

geria. 

3041. L'Eglise d'Ecquelles, France. 

3042. Farm Court at Moret, France. 

3043. Le Pantheon, Paris. 

3044. Notre Dame de Paris. 

3045. Le Posterne, Moret. 

3046. A Little Holland Maid. 

3047. St. Gervais, Paris. 

3048. The Butcher Shop, Moret, France. 

3049. Unloading. 
REED, EARL H. 

3050. The Homing Call. 

3051. A City's Highway. 

3052. The Troopers of the Sky. 

3053. Over the Waste Places. 

3054. A Forgotten Harvest. 

3055. The Voices of the Dunes. 

3056. Heralds of the Storm. 

3057. Among the Sand Hills^ 

3058. Neighborhood Gossip. 

3059. The Course of True Love. 

3060. Solitude. 

3061. Harsh Hay Stacks. 

3062. In Somebody's Orchard. 

3063. The First Temples. 

3064. The Win-d-Swept Dunes. 

3065. Dawn in the Hills. 

3066. The Edge of the Forest. 

3067. The Fisherman's Home. 

3068. A North Woods Hermitage. 

3069. Old Apple Trees. 

3070. Derelicts. 

3071. The Requiem of the Leaves. 

3072. Twilight on the Dunes. 

3073. A Tryst. 

3074. On the Chicaming Sands. 

3075. Twilight on the Marshes. 

3076. A Ship of Dreams. 

3077. The Call of the North. 

3078. Michigan Sands. 



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3079. The Song of the East Shore. 

3080. Laving Down the Law. 
REINDEL, WILHELM G. 

3081. Siesta. 
30S2. The Heath. 

REVERE, PAUL 

3083. A Conference Between Some Indian 

Chiefs and Colonel Bouquet. 

3084. The ilitred Minuet. 

3085. King Philip. 
ROSEXTHAL. ALBERT 

3086. Rev. William H. Furness. 

3087. Lawn Tennis Club (after Bridgeman). 
ROSENTHAL. MAX 

3088. Washington (after Trumbull). 

3089. Franklin (after C. W. Peale). 

3090. Franklin Cafter C. W. Peale). 

3091. Edward VII. 

3092. Lincoln. 

3093. General John Cadwallader. 

3094. Richard Henrv Lee. 

3095. Col. William S. Smith, 

3096. Col. Walter Stewart. 

3097. Charles Thompson. 

3098. Rev. Jacob Duche. 

3099. St. Memin. 

3100. Xapoleon (after Isabev). 

3101. Edward Savage. 

3102. Toussard. 

3103. Daniel Webster. 

3104. Daniel Webster. 
ROTH, ERXEST DAVID 

3105. Grim Florence. 

3106. Ca' d'Oro, Venice. 

3107. The Arch of the Conca. 

3108. II Campo Margherita, Venice. 

3109. Assisi. 

3110. The Bridges, Florence. 

3111. San Gimignano, the Towers. 

3112. The Bridge, Venice. 

3113. A Venetian Doorway. 

3114. Poplars near Florence. 

3115. The Ghetto. Venice. 

3116. The Little Mosque, Stamboul. 

3117. A German Barn Yard. 

3118. The Gate, Venice. 

3119. On the Arno, Florence. 

3120. Fiesole from San Francesca. 

3121. San Gregorio, Venice. 

3122. A Quiet Canal, Venice. 

3123. Ponte Vecchio, Afternoon. 

3124. Or San Michele. Florence. 

3125. St. Pierre: Beauvais. 

3126. Pont Xeuf: Paris. 

3127. St. Catherine: Honfleur. 
RUBIXS, H. W. 

3129. Arriving Steamer. 

3130. Chicago River. 
RYDER, WORTH 

3131. Flemish Woman. 

3132. Bavarian Girl. 

3133. Woman of Dachau. 

3134. The Cirque. 

3135. Seven Solitudes. 

ST. MEMIX. CHARLES B. J. FEVRET DE 

3136. Meriwether Lewis. 
SAVAGE. EDWARD 

313 7. The Washington Family. 
SAWYER. PHIL 

3139. Whiskers. 

3140. The White House. 

3141. Mike. 

3142. The White House. 

3143. Dad Bartlett, Miner. 
SCHLEGELL. GUSTAV VOX 

3144. Venice-Salute. 

3145. Lake St. Croix. 



SCHNEIDER, OTTO J. 

3146. A Puritan Maiden. 

3147. La Belle Dame Sans Merei. 

3148. Maison d'un Ministre sous Louis XI. 

3149. San Germain I'Auxerrais, Paris. 

3150. Portail Central. Eglise St. Merri, Paris. 

3151. Portail Eglise St. Nicholas des Champs, 

Paris. 

3152. Petit Rue St. Simon, Tours. 

3153. Impasse du Boeuf, Paris. 

3154. Hotel de Sens, Paris. 
SCHOFF, STEPHEN ALONZO 

3155. The Bathers (after William M. Hunt). 

3156. Mrs. Harrison Grev Otis (after Gilbert 

Stuart). 
SENSENEY. GEORGE 

3157. An Arehwav. 

3158. The Bridge of Sighs. 

3159. Court of the Greyhounds. 

3160. A Devout Woman. 

3161. Harbor of Murano. 

3162. Pont du Cheval. 

3163. Old Foot Bridge. 

3164. Old Fisherwoman of Etoples. 
SIMMONS, WILL 

3165. Vultures. 

3166. White Herons. 

3167. Wolf, Studv of a Snarl. 

3168. Otters, Playing. 

3169. Bear Cubs, the Unexpected. 

3170. Black Swans, Towards Morning. 

3171. Crane, Solitaire. 

3172. Mallard Ducks, Before the Storm. 

3173. Condors. 
SLOAN, JOHN 

3174. Roofs. Summer Night. 

3175. Night Windows. 

3176. Fifth Avenue Critics. 

3177. Mother. 

3178. Ping Pong Photos. 

3179. The Little Bride. 

3180. Turning Out the Light. 

3181. Connoisseurs of Prints. 

3182. Anshutz on Anatomy. 

3183. Man, Wife and Child. 

3184. Memory. 

3185. The Man Monkev. 

3186. The Show Case. 

3187. Fun, One Cent. 

3188. The Women's Page. 

3189. Girl and Beggar. 

3190. The Picture Buver. 

3191. Gold Fish. 
SMILLIE, JAMES DAVID 

3192. Hollyhocks. 

3193. Voyage of Life. 

3194. Double Hollyhocks. 

3195. Sunnv Hours. 
SMITH, J. AXDRE 

3196. The Jewel of Venice. 

3197. Palaces and Barges. 

3198. The Molo: Venice. 

3199. The Wood Road, Connecticut. 

3200. Sunshine and Flowers, Venice. 

3201. Campo Fosca, Venice. 
SMITHWICK, JOHX G. 

3202. Girl with Muff (after Abbey). 

3203. Penelope Boothby (after Reynolds). 

Lent by George H. Whittle, Esq. 
SQUIRE, MAUD H. 

3204. Mother. 

3205. The Dispute. 

3206. On the Quay. 

3207. Knitting. 

3208. A Peasant. 

3209. Loafers. 

3210. Little Model. 

3211. Two Women. 

3212. At Market. 



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SQUIRE, MAUD B..— Continued 

3213. Little Boys. 

3214. The Portrait. 

3215. Bargaining. 

3216. Cherries. 

3217. Sisters. 

3218. Woman and Child. 

3219. Girl with a Basket. 

3220. Children. 

3221. Brothers. 

3222. Windy Dav. 
STACKPOLE, RALPH 

3223. Adele. 

3224. Piazzoni Etching. 

3225. Adele Sewing. 
STETSON, CHARLES WALTER 

3226. Landscape with Figures. 
322 7. Just After Sunset. 

3228. Landscape. 
STEUVER, CELIA M. 

3229. Old Street, Besigheim, Bavaria. 

3230. Ulm II. 

3231. Old Arcaded House, Bavaria. 

3232. Old Wall, Weisenburg Am Sand, Ba- 

varia. 

3233. Danauwerth, Bavaria. 

3234. Old Mill, Holland. 

3235. La Grare, La Niege. 

3236. Besigheim, Wurtenberg. 

3237. Helgoland. 

3238. Ulm I. 

3239. Evening. 

3240. Old Tower, Rothenburg. 

3241. Krapfenwald, Allee, I., Vienna. 

3242. View of a Church. 
STEVENS, DOROTHY 

3243. Gamine. 

3244. St. Jacques, Dieppe. 

3245. Odalisque. 

3246. La Sortie de I'Eglise. 

3247. On the Canal, Bruges. 

3248. The Cathedral Square. 

3249. The Merry-Go-Round. 

3250. Antwerp Cathedral. 

3251. Ponte Vecchio. 

3252. Mle. de Maupin. 

3253. Nude. 

3254. St. Nicola, Ghent. 

3255. Hotel de la Ville, Bruges. 
8256. Coppelia. 

3257. Firenze. 

3258. Mont St. Michel. 

3259. Rue I'Ane Aveugle. 

3260. Dinan, Brittany. 
STEVENS, HELEN B. 

3261. Main Building and Boat Houses, 

Wellesley. 

3262. Library Cloister, Brvn Mawr College. 
STEVENS, THOMAS WOOD 

3263. Harper Memorial, University of Chi- 

cago. 

3264. Bridging a Ravine, Pittsburgh. 

3265. Clearing for the Great Staircase. 

3266. Fountain of the Great Lakes. 

3267. Blair Arch, Princeton. 

3268. Cadet Barracks and Chapel, West 

Point. 
STURGES. DWIGHT C. 

3269. A Late Cottager. 

3270. Alone. 

3271. The Promised Land. 

3272. Sisters. 

3273. Stamp Collectors. 

3274. Portrait: Dr. Samuel Green. 

3275. The Bedtime Story. 

3276. The Three Elms. 

3277. Path Through the Pasture. 

3278. An Old Hebrew. 

3279. Portrait Mrs. S. 

3280. Adams Square, Boston. 



3281. Still Waters. 

3282. T Wharf, Boston. 

3283. Home from the Banks. 

3284. Portrait Mr. Washburn. 

3285. Nude. 

3286. Road Around the Hill. 

3287. My Father. 

3288. Scollay Square, Boston. 

3289. Solitaire. 

3290. Little Girl Dressing. 

3291. Essex Marshes. 

3292. The Old Flute Player. 

3293. My Little Model. 

3294. Park Street and State House, Boston. 

3295. Portrait, Miss C. 

3296. Along the Merrimac. 

3297. Study Head. 

3298. Violinist. 

3299. The Monev Lender. 

3300. Nude No. 2. 

3301. A Summer Day. 

3302. The Cobbler. 
TALLMADGE, THOMAS 

3303. Structural Steel. 

3304. Old Sugar Warehouses. 

3305. Calle St. Ignace, Havana. 
TIEBOUT, CORNELIUS 

3306. Right Rev. William White. 
VAN ELTEN, KRUSEMAN H. D. 

3307. Glimpse of the Ocean. 
VONDROUS, JOHN C. 

3308. Nicholas Church from Mostecka Street 

3309. Prague Bridges. 

3310. S. Maria della Salute, Venice. 

3311. Tyn Church, Prague (Nocturne). 

3312. Street on Hradcany, Prague. 

3313. Old Houses, Prague. 

3314. Market Place, Prague. 

3315. St. Nicholas Church, Prague. 

3316. An Old House, Slavonov, Bohemia. 

3317. Bridge of Charles the Fourth, Prague. 

3318. Tyn Church Portal, Prague. 

3319. A Doorway: Venice. 

3320. Ponte Rialto: Venice, No. 1. 

3321. II Traghetto: Venice. 

3322. Palazzo Dorio : Venice. 

3323. Ponte Rialto: Venice, No. 2. 

3324. Tyn Church from the East: Prague. 
WARNER, EVERETT L. 

3325. Memorial Tower. 

3326. Brooklyn Bridge. 

3327. Montreuil Mills. 

3328. Phelps Gateway. 

3329. Moonlight, Montreuil. 

3330. Brothers and Linnonia. 

3331. Rue Jerzual, Dinan. 

3332. A Bavarian Church. 

3333. Harvard Hall. 
WARNER, WILLIAM 

3334. Sir Charles Metcalf. 
WASHBURN, CADWALLADER 

3335. Ebbing Tides. 

3336. Santa Maria in Distance, Cuernavaca, 

Me.xico. 

3337. Liberal Arts Building: The Entrance. 

3338. A Sharp Turn, Cuernavaca. 

3339. A Quiet Inlet, Oceanport. 

3340. Boats: Brielle. 

3341. Sailing Boat Ashore. 

3342. Bav Head in Distance. 

3343. Wash of the Tides. 

3344. High Noon, Manasquan. 

3345. Siesta, Cuernavaca, Mexico. 

3346. Caracola Road No. 2, Cuernavaca, 

Mexico. 

3347. Boats Landing. 

3348. West Facade of la Valenciana. 

3349. West Side of Temple Parroquiale, 

Toxco, Mexico. 



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3350. Front Facade of la Valenciana. 

3351. A Riverside Path, Manasquan River. 

3352. Glimpse of Manasquan River. 

3353. Low Tide, Seaside Park. 

3354. Fishermen's Return. 

3355. Afternoon Tranquillity. 

3356. Bridge at Mantaloking. 

3357. Crabbing, Brielle. 

3358. Sandy Road. 

3359. Bridge at Brielle. 

3360. Valley Path, Cuernavaca. 

3361. Porfirio Diaz Park. 

3362. Templo de Salud Mixcoae, Mexico. 

3363. Borda Garden in Distance, Cuerna- 

vaca, Mexico. 

3364. Road to Cuernavaca, Mexico. 

3365. The Great Arch. 

3366. Building the Dome. 

3367. The Derrick. 

3368. The Flagstaff. 

3369. Sunlight and Shadow. 

3370. The Doorway. 

3371. The Scaffolding. 

3372. The Half Dome. 
WATT, WILLIAM G. 

3373. The Ring (after Alexander). 

3374. The Apple Gatherers (after Ander- 

son). 

3375. The Harvest (after L'hermitte). 

3376. The Pool. 

3377. A Music Party (after Metsu). 

3378. Andromeda (after Duran). 

3379. Carcassonne (from photo). 

3380. Book Plate by Chas. S. Chapman. 

3381. Book Plate by Chas. S. Chapman. 

3382. Fancy Head. 

3383. Mt. Rainier (after Perard). 

3384. Book Plate. 

3385. Illustration (after Birch). 
WEBSTER, HERMAN A. 

3386. Vieux Marche, Marseilles. 

3387. L'Institut. 

3388. Ancienne Faculte de Medecine, Paris. 

3389. Old Houses on the Quai. 

3390. Le Pont Notre Dame. 

3391. Sur le Quai Montebello. 

3392. The Bridge, Frankfort. 

3393. Notre Dame des Andelys. 

3394. Le Pont Neuf, Paris. 

3395. Old Court, Sachsenhousen. 

3396. La Route de Louviers. 

3397. Der Danger Franz. 

3398. St. Saturnin, Toulouse. 

3399. La Rue St. Jacques. 

3400. Les Blanchisseuses. 

3401. La Maison Meline. 
WEHRSCHMIDT, DANIEL A. 

3402. You Should Also Mount with Me. 

3403. Old Hall. 

3404. The Hedge Cutter. 

3405. The Old Shepherd. 

3406. In an Irish Creamery. 

3407. The Bathing Tent. 

3408. The Babv Bacchus. 
WELLINGTON, F. H. 

3409. Girl at the Piano (after painting by 

Harry Townsend). 

Lent by Ray Brown, Esq. 
WE STRUM, ANNI VON 

3410. Birches. 

3411. Windmill. 

3412. Old Baltic Farm House. 
WETHERILL, ELISHA KENT KANE 

3413. The Triangle. 

3414. The Archway. 

3415. Gatewav, Bryn Mawr. 

3416. The Shacks. 

3417. Brooklyn Bridge. 

3418. The Sooty Shop. 



3419. Camden Court House. 

3420. The Goose Shop. 

3421. The Tenements. 

3422. The Coal Hoist. 

3423. The Back Street. 

3424. Bayle's Slip. 
WHISTLER, JAMES McNEILL 

3425. The Thames. 

Lent by Hunt Henderson, Esq. 

3426. The Smith, Passage du Dragon. 

Lent by Hunt Henderson, Esq. 

3427. Draped Figure, Reclining (in colors). 

Lent by Hunt Henderson, Esq. 

3428. Draped Figure, Standing. 

Lent by Hunt Henderson, Esq. 

3429. The Little Nude Model Reading. 

Lent by Hunt Henderson, Esq. 

3430. Nude Model Standing. 

Lent bv Hunt Henderson, Esq. 

3431. Study: Maude Seated. 

Lent by Hunt Henderson, Esq. 

3432. Stephane Mallarme. 

Lent by Hunt Henderson, Esq. 

3433. A Duet. 

Lent by Hunt Henderson, Esq. 

3434. Annie: Standing. 

3435. The Unsafe Tenement. 

3436. Annie: Seated. 

3437. Soupe a Trois Sous. 

3438. Greenwich Park. 

3439. Early Morning, Battersea. 

3440. Millbank. 

3441. The Forge. 

3442. Longshoremen. 

3443. Street in Saverne. 

3444. La Vieille aux Loques. 

3445. Billingsgate. 

3446. The Dancing Girl. 

Lent by Hunt Henderson, Esq. 

3447. La Fruitiere de la Rue de Gronelle. 

3448. Terrace: Luxembourg. 

Lent by Hunt Henderson, Esq. 

3449. Little London. 

Lent by Hunt Henderson, Esq. 

3450. Savoy Pigeons. 

Lent bv Hunt Henderson, Esq. 
WHITE, CHARLES "henry 

3451. The Old Courtyard. 

3452. San Remo. 

3453. La Rue de la Paix. 
WILKE, WILLIAM H. 

3454. Toward the Bay. 

3455. The Viaduct. 

3456. Bill. 

3457. The Wood Road. 

3458. The Hav Barges. 

3459. At the Dock. 

3460. Telegraph Hill, San Francisco. 

3461. The Forest. 

3462. A Study. 
WILLIA3IS, J. SCOTT 

3463. In September. 
WILLIAMSON, SHIRLEY 

3464. Monotype No. 1. 

3465. Monotpye No. 2. 

3466. Monotype No. 3. 

3467. Monotype No. 4. 

3468. Monotype No. 5. 

3469. Monotype No. 6. 

3470. Monotype No. 7. 

3471. Monotype No. 8. 

3472. Monotype No. 9. 

3473. Monotype No. 10. 

3474. Monotype No. 11. 

3475. Monotype No. 12. 

3476. Monotype No. 13. 

3477. Monotype No. 14. 

3478. Monotype No. 15. 

3479. Monotype No. 16. 



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WINSLOW, HENRY 

3480. Westminster Cathedral. 

3481. Saint Paul's. 

3482. The Spire. 

3483. London Bridge. 
■3484. Pont de I'Arche. 

3485. The Wanderer. 

3486. The Carpenter's Shop. 

3487. The Beeches. 

3488. The Old Square. 

3489. Wood Monsters. 

3490. The Liners. 

3491. The London Docks. 

3492. The Oil Ship. 

3493. The Argument. 

3494. The Spring Cleaning. 

3495. Whistler's Thames. 
WOLF, HENRY 

3496. Lower New York in a Mist, from a 

Pennsylvania R. R. Boat. 

3497. The Evening Star. 

3498. Little Lady Sophie of Soho (after 

Whistler). 

3499. Evening, Swan Lake, Central Park, 

New York. 

3500. The Wood Gatherers (after Inness). 

3501. Lizzie Lineh (after Weir). 
S502. Joseph Pulitzer (after Sargent). 

3503. The Mussel Gatherers (after Martin). 

3504. The Mirror (after Alexander). 

3505. Lady with a Lute (after Vermeer). 

3506. River Scene, La Riviere a la Tour 

Lointaine (after Corot). 

3507. A Northeaster (after Homer). 

3508. Portrait of the Engraver, H. Wolf 

(after Wiles). 

3509. Miss Alexander (after Whistler). 

3510. Morning Mists. 

3511. Recreation (after Couture). 

3512. Don Balthasar (after Velasquez). 

3513. Woman at the Window (after Ver- 

meer). 

3514. Girl with Fruit (after Ambrogio de 

Predis). 

3515. William M. Thackeray (from drawing 

by Lawrence). 

3516. Portrait Sketch (unfinished) (after 

Whistler). 

3517. Beatrice d'Este (after da Vinci). 

3518. Portrait of a Girl (after Velasquez). 

3519. Mv Mother (after Whistler). 

3520. Thomas Carlyle (after Whistler). 

3521. A Madonna (after Botticelli). 

3522. A Gentlewoman (after Weir). 

3523. A Spanish Countess (after Goya). 

3524. Homeward (after Dessar). 

3525. The Music Room (after Whistler). 
i3526. Young Lady with Poppy Flower (after 

Loeb). 

3527. Miss Nelthrop (after Lawrence). 

3528. The Fur Jacket (after Whistler). 

3529. Kittv Fisher (after Reynolds). 

3530. The" Goldfish (after Hubbell). 

3531. A Danish Princess (after Holbein). 

3532. Portrait of a Lady (after Shannon). 

3533. Landscape (after Dewey). 

3534. Lady with Hand Mirror (after Wiles). 

3535. Portrait of a Girl (after Emmett). 

3536. Mother and Child (after Cassatt). 

3537. The Sonata (after Wiles). 

3538. A Lady in Black (after Chase). 

3539. The Christmas Tree (after Weir). 

3540. The Green Bodice (after Weir). 

3541. The Bent Tree (after Corot). 

3542. Hon. Joseph H. Choate (after Sar- 

gent ) . 

3543. The Coral Necklace (after Tarbell). 

3544. Lady Stanhope (after Reynolds). 

3545. Mercedes (after Mora). 



3546. 

3547. 
3548. 
3549. 
3550. 

3551. 

3552. 
3553. 
3554. 
3555. 
3556. 
3557. 

3558. 

3559. 
3560. 
3561. 
3562. 
3563. 
3564. 
3565. 
3566. 
3567. 

3568. 
3569. 
3570. 
3571. 
3572. 
3573. 
3574. 
3575. 
3576. 
3577. 
3578. 
3579. 
3580. 
3581. 
3582. 
3583. 
3584. 

3585. 
3586. 
3587. 
3588. 
3589. 
3590. 

3591. 

3592. 
3593. 

3594. 
3595. 
3596. 

3597. 

3598. 
3599. 
3600 
3601, 
3602 
3603 
3604 
3605 
3606 

3607, 
3608 
3609 



El Conde, Duque Olivares (after Ve- 
lasquez). 
George Washington (after Stuart). 
Chevalier Yrujo (after Stuart). 
Portrait of Trumbull (after Stuart). 
Portrait of Miss Mierken (after 

Stuart). 
Portrait of Miss Plumstead (after 

Stuart). 
Portrait of Miss Morris (after Stuart). 
Portrait of Mrs. Lea (after Stuart). 
Portrait of Mrs. Otis (after Stuart). 
Portrait of Mrs. Gotliff (after Stuart). 
Portrait of Mrs. Griffith (after Stuart). 
Portrait of Mrs. Nancy Pennington 

(after Stuart). 
Angel with the Flaming Sword (after 

Blashfield). 
The Promenader (after Menzel). 
Open Air Meeting (after Meuzel). 
The Tiger (after Menzel). 
Courting (after Hals). 
Evening in Normandy (after Dearth). 
The Fox Hunt (after Homer). 
Eight Bells (after Homer). 
A Normandy Farm (after Martin). 
The Harp of the Winds (after Mar- 
tin). 
Early Ploughing (after Walker). 
A Favorite Corner (after Alexander). 
A Flower (after Alexander). 
A Quiet Hour (after Alexander). 
The Mousmee (after Blum). 
Un Canal en Artois (after Caziu). 
The Approaching Storm (after Cazin). 
The Road to the Village (after Cazin). 
Josephine, Empress (after Lefevbre). 
Napoleon, Emperor (after Lefevbre). 
Yellow Marguerites (after Moore). 
Romila (after Sears). 
A Shipwrecked Sailor (after Pyle). 
A Virgin Enthroned (after Thayer). 
Emperor Hadrian (after Tadema). 
Information (after Meissonier). 
, Campagne de France (after Meis- 
sonier). 
Portrait of Gerome. 
La Soif (after Gerome). 
, The Carpet Merchant (after Gerome). 
, Holy Eve (after Von Uhde). 
. Good Friday (after Von Uhde). 
, Bonaparte Before the Sphinx (after 

Gerome). 
. The Road to Bethlehem (after Von 

Uhde). 
. In the Shade (after Caliga). 
. Empress Josephine (after Realier 

Dumas). 
. Benjamin Franklin (after Duplessis). 
. Le Soir (after Breton). 
The Road to Concarneau (after Pick- 

nell). 
The Moose Hunt (after Brush). 
Portrait of a Boy (after Brush). 
Reverie (after Beaux). 
Les Amoureux (after Diaz). 
Bismarck (after Lenbach). 
Self Portrait (after Lenbach). 
The Millpond (after Ranger). 
Landscape in Holland (after Ranger). 
A l'Abreuvoir(after Dagnan-Bouveret). 
The Madonna of the Rose (after Dag- 
nan-Bouveret). 
La Bearnaise (after Dagnan-Bouveret). 
Alone in the World (after Israels). 
Sally Franklin (after Hoppner). 



[32] 



UNITED STATES SECTION 



3610. Nantucket School of Philosophy (after 

Johnson). 

3611. The Young Michelangelo Sculpturing 

the Head of a Faun. 
8612. Lady in Black (after Freer). 

3613. San Giorgio (after Bunce). 

3614. Christ Walking on the Waves (after 

Coleman). 

3615. Visit of the Shepherds (after Lerolle). 

3616. Self Portrait (after Dow). 

3617. Mrs. Champion de Crespigny (after 

Romney ) . 

3618. At Kissingen (after Menzel). 

3619. The Scattering of the Mists. 

3620. The Roadside (after Giflford). 

3621. Thomas Jefferson (after C. W. Peale). 

3622. The New England Peddler (after John- 

son). 

3623. Judge Jones (after Stuart). 

3624. Portrait of a Lady (after Henri). 

3625. Mv Daughter Josephine (after Tar- 

beU). 

3626. Aurora (after Low). 

3627. Summer (after Benson). 
WOOD, FRANKLIN T. 

3628. Farm Lane. 

3629. Piazza Bagnia. 

3630. Pasture Bars. 

3631. Gondolas. 

3632. Boy in Tam o'Shanter. 

3633. Browning's Palace, Venice. 

3634. Taormina from Greek Theater. 

3635. Jean-Marie No. II. 

3636. November. 

3637. The Hermitage. 

3638. Porta della Conca, Perugia. 
WORCESTER, ALBERT 

3639. Fete aux Invalides. 

3640. The Seine: Paris. 

3641. Quai St. Michel a Paris. 

3642. Old Mill Near Provins. 

3643. Paris: Rue de la Petite Boucherie. 

3644. Marche de la Rue Mouflfetard No. 1. 

3645. Kite Flyers at Amsterdam. 

3646. Amsterdam. 

3647. Paris. 

3648. Paris No. 3. 

3649. Wagon Maker at St. Valery sur Somme. 
8650. Sheep at St. Valery sur Somme. 

WORKMAN, DAVID TICE 

3651. Elvet Bridge, Old Durham. 
WRIGHT, CHARLES GUSHING 

3652. Henry Rutgers. 
WRIGHT, JOSEPH 

3653. Portrait of George Washington. 

Lent by C. W. McAlpin, Esq. 
WRIGHT. MARGARET HARDON 

3654. St. Merr, Paris. 

3655. Courtyard, Taormina. 

3656. Chateau Verres, Val d'Aosta. 

3657. Harvard House, Stratford-on-Avon. 

3658. Ypres. 

3659. San Dominico. 
YOUNG, MAHONRI M. 

3660. Tewa No. 1. 

3661. Under the "L." 

3662. Ballet Girl No. 1. 

3663. The Roman Beggar. 

3664. On the Grand Canal. 

3665. Fort Washington Point. 

3666. The Sand Pit. 

3667. Trench Diggers. 

3668. Pont des Artes. 

3669. The Pirate. 

3670. The Forge. 
ZIM, MARCO 

3671. Morning. 

3672. S^-mphony. 



GALLERY 35 

PAINTINGS 

MAGER. GUS 

3673. The Laborer. 
DE WENTWORTH, CECILE 

3674 Portrait of William Howard laft. 
CLARK, FREEMAN 

3675. The Climbers. 
STEELE, THEODORE C. 

3676. The Poplars. 
NICHOLS, HOBART 

3677. The Knob: Maine. 

SCULPTURE 

GRIMES, FRANCES 

3678. Rex Fincke, Jr. 
F A.IRB ANKS, AVARD 

3679. Old Bill Keddington. 
DALLIN, CYRUS EDWIN 

3680. Lawrence. 
KNIGHT, CHARLES ROBERT 

3681. Leaping Tiger. 

3682. Polar Bear. 
PROCTOR, A. PHIMISTER 

3683. Indian on Horse. 
WARD, JOHN QUINCY ADAMS 

3684. General Hancock. 
FLORIO, SALVATORE E. 

wlSNMi?fr'lI)'6LPH ALEXANDER 

3686 Study for Lincoln at Hodgeuville. 
DALLIN, CYRUS EDWIN 

3687. Passing of the Red Alan. 

GALLERY 36 

PAINTINGS AND DEALINGS 

FOLGER, ANNIE B. ,, , , * 

3688. October Hillside: Nantucket. 
FORTUNE, E. CHARLTON 

3689. Betty. 
FOLGER, ANNIE B. 

3690 Passing Cloud Shadows. 
HEIL, CHARLES EMIL 

3691. Young Catbird. 

3692. Bluejay. „, . , , 

3693. BlaekCap Chickadee. 
BETTS, ANNA WHELAN 

3694. Preparations for Bed. 
3695! At the Window. 

VOGT, LOUIS C. 

3696 A Market Place on the Nile. 

3697 An Old Street: Cairo. 
BUTTON ALBERT PRENTICE 

3698. Ultima Thule. 
BELCHER, HILDA 

3699 The Little Boston Giri. 
SNELL, HENRY B. 

3700. The Quai: Pans. 
VOGT, LOUIS C. . 

3701 Late Afternoon: Lairo. 
SPRINCHORN, CARL 

3702. Woman with Fan. 

3703. Youth. 

3704. Drawing. 

3705. Sea God. 

3706. Drawing. 

3707. Masquerade. 

UMBSTA^TTER,'NEfLY LITTLEHALE 

3709. An Opal Day. 

3710 The Woods. „ 

BUTTON. ALBERT PRENTICE 

UMBSTAET?Er'^N?l!:Y LITTLEHALE 

3712. The Golden Pine. 
WIECZOREK, MAX 

3713. Mother and Child 
LATHROP, WILLIAM LANG SON 

3714. Golden Afternoon. 



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UNITED STATES SECTION 



WIECZOREK, MAX 

3 715. Mrs. John P. Jones. 

3716. Young Girl. 
BUTTON. ALBERT PRENTICE 

3717. Girl of the Desert. 
UMBSTAETTER. NELLY LITTLEHALE 

3718. The White Birch. 

3719. Old Thorn Trees. 

3720. Takesago. 
MAGONIGLE, EDITH M. 

3721. The Secret Garden. 
SCHMITT, ALBERT FELIX 

3722. In Wonderland. 
SPRINCHORN, CARL 

3723. Dancers. 

3724. Dancer. 

3725. Young Woman. 
DIMOCK, E. 

3726. Sweat Shop Girls in the Country. 

3727. Group. 

3728. East Side School Children. 

3729. Group. 

3730. Group in New England. 

3731. Sweat Shop Girls in the Country. 
BURNHAM. ANITA WILLETS 

3732. Twenty-first Chapter of Job. 
JAKOB I, RUTH 

3733. Atlantic Citv. 
MENDENHALL, EMMA 

3734. An English Village. 
SANDONA, MATTE O 

3635. Studies of Miss H. M. Sullivan. 
PETERSEN, JANE 

3736. Old Morlaix. 
HEIL, CHARLES EMILE 

3737. Field Sparrow. 

3738. Chickens. 

3739. Golden-Crowned Kinglet No 2 

3740. Phoebe. 

3741. Golden-Crowned Kinglet No. 1 

3742. Young Bluejav. 
TAYLOR, CHARLES J. 

3743. Rankin Mills. 

3744. Mills at Swissvale. 
THOMPSON, LESLIE P. 

3745. New Bridge on the Charles : Boston. 
TAYLOR, CHARLES J. 

3746. Monongahela from Soho Hill 
MAGONIGLE, EDITH M. 

3747. Linet de Maris. 
NORDELL, EMMA PARKER 

3748. On the Boulevard. 
MAGONIGLE, EDITH M. 

3749. The Queen of Hearts. 

3750. Vice and Virtue. 
THOMPSON, LESLIE P. 

3751. Westminster Bridge: London. 
TAYLOR, CHARLES J. 

3752. The Blowout: Soho. 

3753. Coming from Work. 

3754. Pittsburgh from the Golf Club. 
WAGNER, FRED 

3755. Brooklyn Bridge. 

3756. Across the Schuvlkill. 

3757. The Two Bridges. 
NORDELL, EMMA PARKER 

3758. The Open Window. 

3759. Above the Village Street. 

3760. The Fisherfolk: Conc^rneau. 

3761. In Brittany. 

3762. A Barbizon Window. 

3763. The Old Gate. 
WAGNER, FRED 

3764. The Yellow Bridge. 

3765. Vallev of Snow. 

3766. The Village: Winter. 



SCULPTURE 

KRUPKA, JOSEPH 

3767. Kiss of the Oceans. 
HYATT, ANNA VAUGHAN 

3768. Lion and Lioness Group. 

GALLERY 37 

MINIATURES 

KAELIN, CHARLES S. 

3769. Rocks and Sea. 
DILLAYE, BLANCHE 

3770. The Evening Star. 
KAELIN, CHARLES S. 

3771. Old MiU. 
SNELL, HENRY B. 

3772. The Cove. 

3773. Twilight at Sea. 
HALE, WALTER 

3774. After the Rain: Baveux. 
STARK, OTTO 

3775. The Gravel Screen. 
NICHOLLS, RHODA HOLMES 

3776. 1860. 
STARK, OTTO 

3777. Building Operations. 
MAC GILVARY, NORWOOD 

3778. June in the Forest. 
WILLIAMS, GEORGE ALFRED 

3779. The Witch. 

3780. Moonlit Breaker. 

3781. The Drama of Hell: Forest of Souls. 
MORA, F. LUIS 

3782. Christmas Market. 

3783. Back of the Cathedral: Granada. 

3784. Spanish Peasant. 
BURLEIGH, SYDNEY RICHMOND 

3785. At the Wharf. 
MORA, F. LUIS 

3786. Mountain Village: Cataluna. 

3787. Hall of Ambassadors: Granada. 
WILLIAMS, GEORGE ALFRED 

3788. The Drama of Life: Daughters of 

Man. 

3789. Storm-Cleared Sea. 

3790. The Drama of Life: The Plague. 

3791. The Idol. 
CAULDWELL, LESLIE 

3792. Portrait of Colonel W. 
BRADLEY, SUSAN H. 

3793. Grand Canyon. 
LANGTRY, MARY 

3794. A September Night: Ipswich. 
MENDENHALL, EMMA 

3795. Street in St. Ives: Cornwall. 
KAELIN, CHARLES S. 

3796. Boats in Harbor. 
DEMING. ADELAIDE 

3797. A Quiet Day. 
KAELIN, CHARLES S. 

3798. Bits of Snow. 
CARLSON, JOHN FABIAN 

3799. Along the Stream. 
FORSYTH, WILLIAM 

3800. A Sunny Corner. 
GRANVILLE-SMITH, WALTER 

3801. The Landing. 
WRIGHT, LOUISE WOOD 

3802. Corfe Castle: Dorset. 
TAPLEY, J. J. WOODING 

3803. November. 
COUSE, E. IRVING 

3804. The Turqouise Beadmaker. 
WRIGHT, LOUISE WOOD 

3805. In Dorsetshire. 
LITTLE. JOHN WESLEY 

3806. In Devonshire. 
GRANVILLE-SMITH, WALTER 

3807. The Boat Shop. 



[34] 



UNITED STATES SECTION 



MAYNARD, RICHARD F. 

3808. Reading. 
REUTERDAHL, HENRY 

3809. The Shipbuilders. 

MIXIATUEES 

MOELLER, SELMA M. D. 

3810. Portrait. „ 
PATTERSON, REBECCA BURD PEALE 

3811. George, Jr. 
MOELLER. SELMA M. D. 

3812. Miss Stein. 
LUDOVICI, ALICE E. 

3813. Portrait of Miss Ludovici. 
LUKE, KATHRYN LOGAN 

3814. The Little French Model. 
MOELLER, SELMA M. D. 

3815. Annette. 

LUKE, KATHRYN LOGAN 

3816. Portrait of Mrs. Philip Campbell. 
HENDERSON, A. ELIZABETH 

3817. The Daily Chapter. 
CLEMENT, CATHERINE 

3818. Portrait. 
HENDERSON. A. ELIZABETH 

3819. The Violin. 
FOOTE, JOSEPHINE J. 

3820. Junior. 

HOOPER, ROSA „ ^ - 

3821. Doesn't Your Mamma Wash Your 

Face? 

3822. A Frenchman. 
HENDERSON, A. ELIZABETH 

3823. Lessons. 
HOOPER, ROSA 

3824. Grandfather. 
BODINE, HELEN 

3825. Portrait. _ , 
BOYLE, SARAH YOCUM McFADDEN 

3826. Maid Marion. „ „ „ ^, 

3827. Portrait of Dr. WiUiam H. McFadden. 
HARLAND, MARY 

3828. Italian Fishermen. 
BODINE, HELEN 

3829. Inseparable. _ , 
BOYLE, SARAH YOCUM McFADDEN 

3830. Peggie. 
JAY. CECIL 

3831. Maternity. 
HARPER. MARIAN DUNLAP 

3832. Miss G. 
JAY, CECIL 

3833. Maternity. 

3834. The Love Letter. 

3835. Maternity. 

3836. Dancing Bacchante. 
MUNDY, ETHEL FRANCES 

3837. Mr. F. A. Saunders. 
TINGLEY, BLANCHE 

3838. Josephine Summer. 
MUNDY, ETHEL FRANCES 

3839. Margaret Mundy. 

3840. Sallv Cameron. 
PAICE, PHILIP STUART 

3841. Me and Pussy. 
MUNDY, ETHEL FRANCES 

3842. Miss Ruth "Wales. 
WELLS, ALICE RUSHMORE 

3843. Miss Natalie Peck. 
MACSOUD NICHOLAS S. 

384-<^. Portrait of Julius A. Gross, Esq. 
WELLS, ALICE RUSHMORE 

3845. Portrait. 
PACKARD, MABEL 

3846. Portrait Miss P. 
MACSOUD NICHOLAS S. 

3847. Portrait of a Boy. 
PACKARD, MABEL 

3848. Study of a Head. 



MACSOUD, NICHOLAS S. 

3849. Portrait of Miss Theresa Borman. 
COOLIDGE, BERTHA 

3850. Portrait of a Russian Girl. 

3851. Woman in White. 
MACSOUD, NICHOLAS 

3852. Portrait of My Mother. 
COOLIDGE, BERTHA 

3853. Portrait of Mrs. R. 

3854. Portrait of Miss E. L. V. 
STANTON, LUCY M. 

3855. Mrs. Hunnicutt. 
HUDSPETH, R. N. 

3856. Miss Dorithy Dodge. 
STANTON, LUCY M. 

3857. Mr. Joel Chandler Harris. 

3858. Aunt Liza. 

3859. A Scheme in Blue and White. 
HUDSPETH, R. N. 

3860. Rev. Canon Tremayne. 
STANTON, LUCY M. 

3861. An Old Woman. 
DURKEE, HELEN WINSLOW 

3862. Portrait of Miss D. 

3863. A Study. 

3864. William Ives, Esq. 

3865. Still Life. 

3866. Margaret. 

3867. Portrait. 

3868. Hilda. 

3869. Kadidje. 

3870. The Spanish ShawL 

3871. Still Life. 

3872. Bather. 

3873. Autumn. 

3874. The Flowered Dress. 
WAGNER, FRANK HUGH 

3875. Portrait of Mr. G. 

3876. Marv Alice. 
KELLY, HANNAH R. 

3877. When Roses Bloom. 
RING, ALICE BLAIR 

3878. Miniature No. 1. 
MITCHELL, ELEANOR B. 

3879. Cleaning the Fish. 

3880. Study of Lamplight. 

3881. Portrait. 
RING, ALICE BLAIR 

3882. Miniature No. 2. 
MOTT-SMITH, MAY 

3883. Sea Foam. 
RING, ALICE BLAIR 

3884. Miniature No. 3. 
MOTT-SMITH, MAY 

3885. Miniature. 
MITCHELL, ELEANOR B. 

3886. Portrait. 
MOTT-SMITH, MAY 

3887. Portrait of a Woman. 
LEWIS, HELEN Y. 

3888. Miss Whitelaw. 

3889. Miss Madge Kennedy. 

3890. Portrait of an Actor. 

3891. Miss H. Draper. 

3892. An American. 

3893. The Fichu. 

3894. Miss Lakeman. 

3895. Editha. 
HOWARD, CLARA E. 

3896 Cadet. 
SIMPSON, EDNA HUESTIS 

3897. Outdoor Sketch. 

3898. The Green Gown. 

3899. Mrs. Mortimer Anstiee. 
MURRAY, GRACE H. 

3900. Portrait of Mrs. H. L. W. 
SIMPSON. EDNA HUESTIS 

3901. The Pool. 

3902. Mrs. Frank Laurence Stiles. 



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UNITED STATES SECTION 



TYLER, CAROLYN D. 

3903. Jeanette. 
MURRAY, GRACE H. 

3904. Miniature Study. 
TYLER, CAROLYN D. 

3905. Master Robert Gibson. 
HAWLEY, MARGARET FOOTE 

3906. Portrait of Miss Barbara Quin. 

3907. Portrait of Miss Jean Hooke. 
FERNOW, BERNICE P. ANDREWS 

3908. Childhood. 

3909. Pierpont Edwards Dutcher: Third. 
HAWLEY, MARGARET FOOTE 

3910. Portrait of Clarence Williams. 
FERNOW, BERNICE P. ANDREWS 

3911. Mrs. Charles Palmer. 
FENDERSON, ANNIE M. 

3912. Portrait of Wilhelmina. 
FERNOW, BERNICE P. ANDREWS 

3913. Mrs. B. L. Smith. 
CROWLEY, GRAY PRICE 

3914. Mrs. Alfred Gray. 
GALE, HARRIETTE DRAPER 

3915. Studv in Brown. 
MAC DOUGALL, JOHN A. 

3916. Dick. 
HILDEBRANDT, CORNELIA E. 

3917. Baby's Head. 
WELCH, KATHERINE G. 

3918. Profile. 

SNEAD, LOUISE WILLIS 

3919. Portrait of Miss Snead. 
3020. Young Violinist. 

PAXSON, MARTHA K. D. 

3921. Muriel S. 
SNEAD, LOUISE WILLIS 

3922. Portrait. 

KLEIN, LILLIE V. O'RYAN 

3923. Portrait of William Keith. 

3924. Portrait of Mrs. Thomas E. Flvnn. 
McINTIRE, KATHERINE 

3925. Portrait of a Man. 
KLEIN, LILLIE V. O'RYAN 

3926. Portrait of Sir Wilfred Laurier. 

3927. Mrs. Margaret O'Callaghan. 
HURLEY, IRENE BISHOP 

3928. Portrait of Mrs. H. 
PURDIE, EVELYN 

3929. Miss Rice. 

3930. An Old Woman. 
ROGERS, MARY 

3931. The Red Hair. 
PURDIE, EVELYN 

3932. Mrs. Oakley. 

3933. Y'oung Girl in Blue. 
ROGERS, MARY 

3934. Anna. 
PURDIE. EVELYN 

3935. Portrait of Nancv. 
JACKSON, ANNIE HURLBURT 

3936. Lapis Lazuli. 
MAGONIGLE, EDITH M. 

3937. Gwendolyn Munroe. 

3938. Louis Avres, Esq. 
FAIRCHILD, MAY 

3939. The Rose. 
JACKSON, ANNIE HURLBURT 

3940. The Blue Mantle. 
WILLSON, MARTHA B. 

3941. Girl's Profile. 
JACKSON, ANNIE HURLBURT 

3942. Mrs. Arthur Pickering Almy. 

3943. Baby's Head. 
LUCAS, JEAN WILLIAMS 

3944. Mrs. Frederick M. Thomas. 

3945. Miss Agnes Rogers. 

3946. Man With Rufif. 
OTIS, AMY 

3947. A College Girl. 



LUCAS, JEAN WILLIAMS 

3948. Paddie Cat and Mistress. 

3949. Alfred Williams Lucas. 
WILLSON, MARTHA B. 

3950. The Lace Cap. 
OTIS, AMY 

3951. Portrait of an Artist. 

SCTJLPTXTEE 

DUVENEOK, FRANK 

3952. Memorial: Elizabeth Booth Duveneck. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

GALLERY 88 

PAINTINGS 

DUFNER, EDWARD 

3953. Moonlight on the Lake. 
CASER, ETTORE 

3954. Musical Moment. 
SYLVESTER, FREDERICK O. 

3955. A Mural Painting. 
CURTIS, WILLIAM FULLER 

3956. The Golden God. 

SOUIiPTXJRE 

RECCHIA, RICHARD H. 

3957. Bas-Relief Portrait: Bela L. Pratt. 
HERING, HENRY 

3958. Portrait Relief: Mr. Evarts Tracy. 
LADD, ANNA COLEMAN 

3959. A Roman Ladv. 
WENDT, JULIA M. BRACKEN 

3960. Medal: Chicago Society of Artists. 

3961. Mode Wineman. 
WRIGHT. ALICE MORGAN 

3962. Pastorale No. 3. 

3963. Portrait of President Seelye. ' 
WENDT, JULIA M. BRACKEN 

3964. Life Saver. 
WRIGHT, ALICE MORGAN 

3965. Pastorale No. 2. 

3966. Pastorale No. 1. 
WENDT, JULIA M. BRACKEN 

3967. Carl Oscar Borg. 
SAINT GAUDENS, LOUIS 

3968. Medallion Babv. 
SNEDEN, ELEANOR ANTOINETTE 

3969. Portrait of a Woman. 
SAINT GAUDENS, LOUIS 

3970. Franklin Medal. 
KIMBALL, ISABEL MOORE 

3971. Portrait Placquette. 
DALLIN, CYRUS E. 

3972. Indian Archer. 
SNEDEN, ELEANOR ANTOINETTE 

3973. Portrait of a Boy. 
MOTT- SMITH, MAY 

3974. Diana. 
KIMBALL, ISABEL MOORE 

3975. Portrait Medallion. 
PIETZ, ADAM 

3976. Louis G. Heinze. 
WARNER, OLIN L. 

3977. The Wood Children. 

Lent bv C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 
GRIMES, FRANCES 

3978. Mrs. C. H. Crane. 
BISHOP, EMILY CLAYTON 

3979. The Finish. 

3980. Study No. 1. 

3981. The Bacchic Dancer. 

3982. Portrait of Margaret Tew. 

3983. Study No. 3. 

3984. The Greek Maiden's Dance of Joy. 

3985. Study No. 2. 

3986. Portrait. 
WARNER, OLIN L. 

3987. Sabina. 

3988. Lot: Chief of the Spokanes. 



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3989. Young Chief: Cayuse Indian. 

3990. Yat in-Ee-Ah-Witz: Chief of the 

3991. N-Che-Ask-We: Chief of the Coeur 

d'Alenes. 

3992. Nanny Moale Wood. 

3993. Seltice. 
WASHBURN, MARY 

3994. The Philosopher. 

3995. The Infant. 
WARNER, OLIN L. 

3996. 0. E. S. Wood. 

3997. Maxwell Wood. 
WASHBURN, MARY 

3998. Ernest. 

3999. My Mother. 
WARNER, OLIN L. 

4000. Chief Moses: Sulk-Tash-Kosha. 
HERING, HENRY 

4001. Portrait Relief: Mrs. Tracy Dews. 
HARVEY, ELI 

4002. Lioness Combating. 

4003. Lion Combating. 
HERING, HENRY 

4004. Portrait Relief: Stephen H. Olin. 
GRIMES, FRANCES 

4005. Joseph Parsons. 

4006. Mrs. Joseph Parsons. 

4007. Mrs. George Parsons. 

4008. George Forman Goodyear. 

4009. Arthur Whiting. 
SAINT GAUDENS, LOUIS 

4010. Medallion Portrait. 
BURNHAM, ROGER NOBLE 

4011. University of California Medal: Ob- 

verse. 

4012. University of California Medal: Re- 

verse. 
MILLER, J. MAXWELL 

4013. Portrait Heads: Obverse. 

4014. Portrait Heads: Reverse. 
BURNHAM, ROGER NOBLE 

4015. Eleanor Waring Burnham. 
WEINERT, ALBERT 

4016. Miss Helen Dodd. 
MILLER, J. MAXWELL 

4017. William Sidney Thayer. 
BURNHAM, ROGER NOBLE 

4018. Betty. 

4019. Johann Ernest Perabo. 
MILLER, J. MAXWELL 

4020. Jubilee Medal: James, Cardinal Gib- 

bons : Obverse. 

4021. Jubilee Medal: James, Cardinal Gib- 

bons : Reverse. 
SAINT GAUDENS, ANNETTA JOHNSON 

4022. Medallion: L. St. G. 
RECCHIA, RICHARD H. 

4023. Bas-Relief Portrait: H. E. Smith. 
MEARS, HELEN FARNSWORTH 

4024. Portrait of My Mother. 
RECCHIA, RICHARD H. 

4025. Bas-Relief Portrait: F. C. Recchia. 
USHER, LEILA 

4026. William Austin Cannon. 

4027. Robert Underwood Johnson. 

4028. Adolf Kanitz. 

4029. Francis James Child. 

4030. Bas-Relief of a Child. 

4031. Susan B. Anthony: Obverse. 

4032. Susan B. Anthony: Reverse. 

4033. Girl of Palermo. 

4034. Maria Montessori. 

4035. Charles Eliot Norton. 

4036. Taorminese Girl. 
SCHWEIZER, J. OTTO 

4037. Fred Silcher. 
CORBETT, GAIL SHERMAN 

4038. Walden. 



4039. Frederick Coe Sherman. 
SCHWEIZER, J. OTTO 

4040. Portrait of George Linden. 
BUSH-BROWN, H. K. 

4041. Newburgh Medal: Obverse. 

4042. Newburgh Medal: Reverse. 
SCHWEIZER, J. OTTO 

4043. Portrait of the Artist's Mother. 

4044. Alexander the Great. 
CORBETT, GAIL SHERMAN 

4045. John Newbold Hazard. 

4046. Emma J. O. Sherman. 
SCHWEIZER, J. OTTO 

4047. Portrait of S. Weir Mitchell. 
CORBETT, GAIL SHERMAN 

4048. Jean. 
MAZUR, WLADYSLAW 

4049. Coquetry. 
NEILSEN, M. P. 

4050. Double Medallion: Louis and Han- 

nah Schoenfeld. 
JOHNSON, GRACE MOTT 

4051. Chimpanzees. 
WARNER, OLIN L. 

4052. Cupid and Psyche. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 
RECCHIA, RICHARD H. 

4053. Bas-Relief Portrait: George Guest. 
WARNER, OLIN L. 

4054. Chief Joseph: Chief of the Nez Perce 

Indians. 

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

4055. Model: Commemorative Medal: Pan- 

ama-Pacific International Exposi- 
tion : Reverse. 
MAZUR, WLADYSLAW 

4056. Portrait. 
AITKEN, ROBERT 

4057. Model: Commemorative Medal: Pan- 

ama-Pacific International Exposi- 
tion : Obverse. 
BRENNER, VICTOR D. 

4058. Hygiene: Obverse. 

4059. Hygiene: Reverse. 

4060. Frederick Samuel Talmage. 

4061. Carl Schurz: Reverse. 

4062. Motherhood: Obverse. 

4063. Motherhood: Reverse. 
SCUDDER, JANET 

4064. Fahnestock Medallion. 
BRENNER, VICTOR D. 

4065. Lincoln Medal: Obverse. 

4066. Lincoln Medal: Reverse. 

4067. Carl Schurz: Obverse. 

4068. Washington Irving. 

4069. William H. Welch. 
KEMEYS, EDWARD 

4070. Buffalo and Wolves. 

GALLERY 39 

SCULPTURE 

STERLING, LINDSEY MORRIS 

4071. Season of Grapes. 
HERING, HENRY 

4072. Evarts Tracy. 

4073. Medal: American Institute of Archi- 

tects : Reverse. 

4074. Medal: Panama-Pacific International 

Exposition. 

4075. Scarsdale Golf and Country Club 

Medal : Obverse. 

4076. Scarsdale Golf and Country Club 

Medal : Reverse. 

4077. Huntington Wolcott Jackson. 

4078. Charles Albert Coffin. 

4079. Medal: American Institute of Archi- 

tects : Obverse. 

4080. Stephen Henry Olin. 



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HERING, HENRY — Continued 

4081. Alice Olin Dows and Stephen Olin 

Dows. 
SAHLER, HELEN 

4082. Curly Locks. 
HERING, HENRY 

4083. Stephen Henry Olin: Obverse. 

4084. Model for Scarsdale Golf and Country 

Club Medal: Reverse. 

4085. Model for Scarsdale Golf and Country 

Club Medal: Obverse. 
AITKEN, ROBERT 

4086. Outer Darkness. 
RYDEN, HENNING 

4087. Charles Dickens. 

4088. Medal: Inauguration, 1913. 

4089. Medal: The American Carnation So- 

ciety. 
BATEMAN, JOHN M. 

4090. Model: Official Entrance Badge: Pan- 

ama-Pacific International Exposi- 
tion. 
RYDEN, HENNING 

4091. Medal: American Institute of Chem- 

ical Engineers. 

4092. The Dorner Memorial Medal. 

4093. The Horticultural Society of Chicago. 
MAC NEIL, HERMON A. 

4094. Pan-American Medal of Award: Re- 

verse. 

4095. Pan-American Medal of Award: Ob- 

verse. 
PIETZ, ADAM 

4096. Stephen Girard. 
GELERT, JOHANNES 

4097. Denmark Medal: Reverse. 

4098. Denmark Medal: Obverse. 
HILL, CLARA 

4099. Frederick Bruce Kelham. 
PIETZ, ADAM 

4100. Dorothy. 

4101. Helen. 

MAC NEIL, HERMON A. 

4102. Medal of Honor Architectural League 

of New York : Reverse. 

4103. Medal of Honor Architectural League 

of New York: Obverse. 
PIETZ, ADAM 

4104. Maurits Leefson. 

SAINT GAUDENS, ANNETTA JOHNSON 

4105. Edward and John Lancaster Burling. 
PICCIRILLI, FDRIO 

4106. Madonna. 

4107. Mv Sister Yole. 
ERASER, JAMES EARLE 

4108. David Bernard Ericson. 

4109. Medallion No. 2. 

4110. Pan-American Exposition Special Medal 

of Honor: Reverse. 

4111. Portrait Plaque No. 3. 

4112. Chicken. 

4113. Medallion No. 1. 

4114. Pan-American Exposition Special Medal 

of Honor: Obverse. 

4115. Portrait Plaque No. 2. 

4116. Plaque: Flora and Sonny-Boy Whit- 

ney. 

4117. Medal No. 1. 

4118. Portrait Plaque No. 1. 

4119. Plaque. 

4120. Medal No. 3. 

4121. Medal No. 2. 

4122. Plaque. 

4123. Horatio Hathaway Brewster. 
ELLERHUSEN, ULRICH H. 

4124. Relief on Ludeke Monument. 
BROOKS, RICHARD E. 

4125. Cameron and Grace. 

4126. Medallion Portrait No. 1. 



4127. William Brown Cogswell. 

4128. Medallion Portrait. 
MAC INTOSH, WILLIAM W. 

4129. Portrait of Mrs. L. C. M. 
BROOKS, RICHARD E. 

4130. Margaret, Cyrus and Raymond. 

4131. Susan J. Henry. 

4132. Medallion Portrait No. 2. 

4133. Mary S. Lyman. 

4134. Henry. 
FLANAGAN, JOHN 

4135. Portrait Medallion No. 7. 

4136. Captain Henry Rostron : Obverse. 

4137. Edward Guthrie Kennedy: Obverse. 

4138. Medal: Essex Agricultural Society of 

Massachusetts : Reverse. 

4139. Ethel. 

4140. Walt Whitman. 

4141. Barr Ferree. 

4142. Captain Henry Rostron: Reverse. 

4143. Edward Guthrie Kennedy: Reverse. 

4144. Medal: Essex Agricultural Society of 

Massachusetts : Obverse. 

4145. The Delver. 
FLORIO, SALVATORE E. 

4146. Springtime. 
WEINMAN, ADOLPH A. 

4147. Charles Keck. 

4148. The Edison Medal. 

4149. Medal: American Institute of Archi- 

tects : Obverse. 

4150. Julius Theodore Melchers. 

4151. Bronze Medal: Louisiana Purchase 

Exposition. 
. 4152. Louise Hettinger: Plaque. 

4153. Medal for Life Saving. 

4154. Medal: American Institute of Archi- 

tects : Reverse. 

4155. Charles Yoce Harvey. 

4156. Grand Prize: Louisiana Purchase Ex- 

position. 

4157. Medal. 

4158. Dorothy. 

4159. Louise Hettinger: Medal. 

4160. Plaque No. 1. 

4161. Medal: National Institute of Arts and 

Letters : Obverse. 

4162. U. S. Medal for Life Saving on Rail- 

roads. 

4163. Portrait Plaque. 

4164. Alice Helen Hettinger. 

4165. Medallion: Portrait of Child. 

4166. Plaque No. 2. 

4167. Medal: National Institute of Arts and 

Letters : Reverse. 

4168. Catharine Weinman. 
BRENNER, VICTOR D. 

4169. Dr. Emily Blackwell. 
MAZUR, WLADYSLAW 

4170. On the Shore. 
STERLING, LINDSEY MORRIS 

4171. A Siegfried Motif. 

SAINT GAUDENS, ANNETTA JOHNSON 

4172. Carlota Saint-Gaudens. 
FLANAGAN, JOHN 

4173. Portrait Plaque No. 2. 

4174. Portrait Medallion No. 5. 

4175. Portrait Medallion No. 4. 

4176. Medal: Massachusetts Horticultural 

Society: Obverse. 

4177. Medal: The Pennsylvania Society: 

Reverse. 

4178. Maud Doering. 

4179. Phoebe Apperson Hearst. 

4180. Agnes Lane, Phoebe Apperson Hearst 

and Anne Drucille Apperson. 

4181. Medal: Massachusetts Horticultural 

Society: Reverse. 



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4182. Medal: The Pennsylvania Society: 

Obverse. 

4183. Portrait Medallion No, 3. 

4184. Portrait Medallion No. 6. 

4185. Frederick James Gregg. 

4186. Medallion Portrait No. 1. 

4187. Andre Saglio. 

4188. Hudson-Fulton Medal: Reverse. 

4189. Wilson Nesbit Benson. 

4190. Portrait Plaque No. 1. 

4191. Medal: The Numismatic and Anti- 

quarian Society of Philadelphia. 

4192. Daniel Garrison Brinton. 

4193. Medal: The Academy of Natural Sci- 

ences of Philadelphia : Obverse. 

4194. Medal: The Academy of Natural Sci- 

ences of Philadelphia : Reverse. 

4195. Medallion. 

4196. Tolstoy. 

4197. Medallion Portrait No. 2. 

4198. Hudson-Fulton Medal: Obverse. 

4199. Hortense Leonore Mitchell. 
CALDER, A. STIRLING 

4200. A Woman. 

GALLERY 40 

PAINTINGS 

BURNHAM, ANITA WILLETS 

4201. Day Dreaming. 
McCARTER, HENRY 

4202. The Spanish Legend. 
BELCHER, HILDA 

4203. Dav-Dreamer. 
HUDSON, CHARLES W. 

4204. Stately Cedar. 
BURNHAM, ANITA WILLETS 

4205. Napping. 
BETTS, ANNA WHELAN 

4206. The Trundle Bed. 

BAINS, ETHEL FRANKLIN BETTS 

4207. Snow White and Rose Red. 
GRAY, PERCY 

4208. Out of the Desert: Oregon. 
BAINS, ETHEL FRANKLIN BETTS 

4209. The Story of the Six Swans. 

4210. Rumpelstiltskin. 

4211. The Frog Prince. 
FORSYTH, WILLIAM 

4212. Winter in the Hills. 
KING, EDITH LAWRENCE 

4213. On the Beach: Capri. 

4214. Nude. 
SCHILLE, ALICE 

4215. The Passing Years. 
COCKROFT, EDYTHE YARIAN 

4216. Girl Reading. 

BULL, CHARLES LIVINGSTON 

4217. Beautv and the Beast. 
AIKEN, CHARLES A. 

4218. Portrait. 
PADDOCK. ETHEL LOUISE 

4219. Red-Haired Girl. 
SNELL, HENRY B. 

4220. Still Life. 
PEIXOTTO, MARY 

4221. The Shrine. 
BREYFOGLE. -JOHN WINSTANLEY 

4222. The Rain. 
PEIXOTTO, MARY 

4223. Smithy Orto. 
MACKY, E. SPENCER 

4224. Portrait. 
BOYNTON, RAY S. 

4225. Eve. 
MACKY, E. SPENCER 

4226. Alice. 

ELLIOTT, ELIZABETH SHIPPEN GREEN 

4227. Queen Jehan and Riczi. 

4228. Elizabeth. 



SCHILLE, ALICE 

4229. The Other Side of the Circus Wagon. 
ELLIOTT, ELIZABETH SHIPPEN GREEN 

4230. Queen Cophetua. 
SCHILLE, ALICE 

4231. St. Germain-des-Pres. 

ELLIOTT, ELIZABETH SHIPPEN GREEN 

4232. Antoine and the Little Wooden Sol- 

dier. 

4233. The Princess. 
SCHILLE, ALICE 

4234. The Gardener's Cottage. 
RANDOLPH, LEE F. 

4235. White Cosmos. 
BOONE, CORA 

4236. Cinerarias. 
MILNE, DAVID 

4237. Broken Color. 

4238. Black and White No. 1. 

4239. Tricolor. 

4240. Bronx Snow. 

4241. Interior New York Public Library. 

4242. Dots and Dashes. 

4243. Black and White No. 2. 
AUSTIN, AMANDA P. 

4244. Market Street : Pont 1' Abbe : Brittany, 
MENDENHALL. EMMA 

4245. Luxembourg Gardens. 
DEMUTH, CHARLES 

4246. Bathers: No. 1. 

4247. Bathers: No. 2. 
OAKLEY, THORNTON 

4248. Rajputana. 

4249. Bullock Cart: Rajputana. 

4250. The Guard of the Maharajah. 

4251. Fakir. 

4252. Water Buffalo. 
HARDING, GEORGE 

4253. Colombo Harbor. 
CAMP, HAROLD M. 

4254. Turn in the River. 
HAWORTH, EDITH 

4255. Rainv Evening. 
BUTTON, ALBERT PRENTICE 

4256. In the Meadow. 
SMITH, JESSIE WILLCOX 

4257. Cinderella. 
PADDOCK, ETHEL LOUISE 

4258. Night. 

BUTTON, ALBERT PRENTICE 

4259. Girl in Gray. 
SNELL, FLORENCE F. 

4260. Street in Rothenburg. 

4261. Cottages on the Cliflf: Polperro. 

4262. A Gate of Rothenburg. 
PRESTON, MAY WILSON 

4263. Drawing No. 5. 

4264. Drawing No. 1. 

4265. Drawing No. 4. 

4266. Drawing No. 3. 

4267. Drawing No. 6. 

4268. Drawing No. 2. 
HUDSON, CHARLES W. 

4269. Mid-Forest. 
MOSER, JAMES HENRY 

4270. November Sunset: Canaan Mountain. 
SEARS, TABER 

4271. The Arab Merchant. 
MOSER, JAMES HENRY 

4272. Pond Hill in October. 
SCHILLE, ALICE 

4273. Saturday Morning. 
MOSER, JAMES HENRY 

4274. October in Cornwall. 
SEARS, TABER 

4275. York Cathedral. 
STETSON, CHARLES WALTER 

4276. Knights on Horseback. 

4277. Landscape. 



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STETSON, CHARLES WALTER — Contimied 

4278. A Dance at the End of the Day. 

4279. Girls Under a Tree. 

4280. Near the Edge of the Ancient Burial 

Ground. 

4281. A Stream in Maremma. 
MOSER, JAMES HENRY 

4282. Showery Weather: Adirondacks. 
SEARS, TABER 

4283. Harbor of St. George. 
MOSER, JAMES HENRY 

4284. Overlook Mountain: Catskills. 
SCHILLE, ALICE 

4285. The Pig Market. 
MOSER, JAMES HENRY 

4286. Fog Lifting. 
SEARS, TABER 

4287. Bridge of the Canonica : Tenice. 
HUDSON, CHARLES W. 

4288. Towering Pines, Sunset. 
MAURY, CORNELIA P. 

4289. One Shoe Off. 
SNELL, HENRY B. 

4290. The Devon Coast. 
BOYNTON, RAY S. 

4291. A Boy. 

MINIATTJKES 

SHUTTLEWORTH, CLAIRE 

4292. A Small Boy. 
MELCHER, BERTHA CORBETT 

4293. A Mountain Lassie. 
SAWYER. MYRA L. 

4294. In a White Cap. 
VALK, ELLA SNOWDEN 

4295. Miss Frances Cocke. 
WARING, LEILA 

4296. Mrs. T. Malbone Waring. 
WASHINGTON, ELIZABETH P. 

4297. The First Parasol. 
MELCHER, BERTHA CORBETT 

4298. My Daughter Charlotte. 
SAWYER, MYRA L. 

4299. Portrait of an Old Man. 
HERR, MARGARET 

4300. Portrait of Miss Dougal. 
WASHINGTON, ELIZABETH F. 

4301. Nancy. 
HERR, MARGARET 

4302. Malvina. 
CAREW, BERTHA 

4303. The Late Archbishop Corrigan. 
BUSHNELL, ADELYN 

4304. Portrait of an Old Man. 
WHITTEMORE, WILLIAM JOHN 

4305. Baby's Head. 
SOUDER, MARY RINARD 

4306. Portrait of a Girl. 
SIBONI, EMMA B. 

4307. Little Miss Mary Armes. 
SOUDER, MARY RINARD 

4308. Portrait of a Girl. 
WHITTEMORE, WILLIAM JOHN 

4309. In the isTursery. 

4310. Portrait of Father and Mother. 
YOUNG, MATTIE 

4311. Sister. 

BAXTER, MARTHA WHEELER 

4312. Boy Driving. 

4313. Portrait of Mrs. T. 
WOOD, KATHRYN LEONE 

4314. Mother. 

BAXTER, MARTHA WHEELER 

4315. Theodore. 

4316. My Mother. 

4317. The Peacock Fan. 
CHASE, LILA 

4318. Portrait. 

4319. Elizabeth. 



LYNCH, ANNA 

4320. Marion Stanton. 
EVANS, FRANCES 

4321. Portrait. 
LYNCH, ANNA 

4322. Portrait of Henrietta E. Countiss. 
STREAN, MARIA JUDSON 

4323. Bov in Pierrot Costume. 
SEARLE, ALICE T. 

4324. Leslie Hall. 
STREAN, MARIA JUDSON 

4325. Dorothy. 

4326. Portrait of Miss Alexander. 

4327. William. 

4328. Portrait. 

4329. Mrs. W. B. McKennan. 

4330. Girl in Grav Coat. 
WOLCOTT, KATHERINE 

4331. On the Dunes. 
HEUERMANN, MAGDA 

4332. Miss Virginia. 
SAINT GAUDENS. CARLOTA 

4333. Portrait: Marv Shipman. 
HEUERMANN, MAGDA 

4334. Mv Father. 
WEBSTER, ETHEL FEEDER 

4335. Grandfather. 
TANNAHILL, MARY H. 

4336. A Young Mother. 

4337. Brothers. r 

4338. Girl with Parrot. 
WEBSTER. ETHEL FEEDER 

4339. Edith. 
TANNAHILL, MARY H. 

4340. Jane Chapman. 
HEUERMANN, MAGDA 

4341. Franz von Lenbach. 
SAINT GAUDENS, CARLOTA 

4342. Studv in Red. 
BUSH-BROWN, MARGARET LESLEY 

4343. Portrait of Moncure D. Conway. 
MITCHELL, LAURA M. D. 

4344. Study in Miniature. 
MYRICK. KATHARINE 

4345. Study. 
MITCHELL, LAURA M. D. 

4346. My Grandmother. 

4347. Boy with Black Hat. 

4348. Margaret. 
BUSH-BROWN, MARGARET LESLEY 

4349. The Flute Lesson. 
HAZEN, WILHELMINA 

4350. Twin Pearls. 
PERRIE, BERTHA E. 

4351. An English Garden. 
HAZEN. WILHELMINA 

4352. La Senora G. 

4353. Brownie. 
TUTTLE, ADRIANNA 

4354. Mrs. Charles Shearman Coxe. 

4355. Portrait. 
MITCHELL, LAURA M. D. 

4356. Old-Fashioned Girl. 
TUTTLE, ADRIANNA 

4357. William Somerset Maugham. 
PERRIE. BERTHA E. 

4358. A Brittany Peasant Girl. 
SPRINGER, EVA 

4360. Italian Girl. 
PEPER, META A. 

4361. Portrait of Young Man. 
SHEPARD, CLARE 

4362. Bethrothed of the Raven. 

4363. Mary. 

4364. David. 

4365. The Pale Flower. 

4366. Kathleen. 

4367. Bertha. 

4368. Miss Fisken. 



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PEPER, META A. 

4369. Portrait of Christine Peper. 
WEBSTER, ETHEL FELDER 

4370. Louise. 
INGERSOLL, EMMA K. H. 

4373. Mary Meigs. 
HOWLAND, ALLEN S. 

4374. Portrait of Miss A. 
TURNER, HELEN M. 

4375. Portrait of Mrs. Sherwood. 
INGERSOLL, EMMA K. H. 

4376. Baby Dan. 
TURNER, HELEN M. 

4377. Mr. Frank Regal. 
HOWLAND, ALLEN S. 

4378. Portrait Study. 
PUREPOY, HESLOPE 

4379. Jeanette. 

4380. Miss Clark, 
MARSH, ALICE RANDALL 

4381. Portrait Sketch of a Russian Girl. 
INGERSOLL, EMMA H. K. 

4382. Portrait Sketch. 
TAYLOR, EMILY DRAYTON 

4383. Spring. 

4384. Mrs. John Innis Kane. 

4385. Mrs. Paul Mills. 

4386. Miss Corrine B. Freeman. 

4387. Life's Bubbles. 
BAER, WILLIAM JACOB 

4388. Young Diana. 
TAYLOR, EMILY DRAYTON 

4389. Mrs. Allison. 
BAER, WILLIAM JACOB 

4390. Doris. 

4391. Friends. 

4392. Mrs. E. R. Hewitt. 

4393. Primavera. 

4394. Nymph and Cupid. 

4395. The Apple. 

4396. Betty. 

4397. Laodicea. 
PHILLIPS, CAROLINE KING 

4398. Miss Elizabeth Johnson. 

4399. Mrs. W. S. Brugess. 

4400. Graham Newell Fitch. 
SPRINGER, EVA 

4401. La Vieille. 
JAMAR, S. CORINNE 

4402. Bob. 
ARCHAMBAULT, A. MARGARETTA 

4403. Miss Frances Brock. 
TAYLOR, MINNIE C. 

4404. Portrait. 
ARCHAMBAULT, A. MARGARETTA 

4405. Miss M. Smith. 
TAYLOR, MINNIE 0, 

4406. Robie. 
SPRINGER, EVA 

4407. Little Simone. 
ARCHAMBAULT, A. MARGARETTA 

4408. Miss Clementine Dalcour. 

4409. Jacqueline. 
PHILLIPS, CAROLINE KING 

4410. Colonel Graham Denby Fitch. 

4411. Miss Carol S. Johnson. 
NEWELL, PETER 

4412. My Daughter. 

4413. Portrait of Miss G. 
CROSS, SALLY 

4414. Portrait: Miss Lilian Gardener. 
BELL, CLARA LOUISE 

4415. Elizabeth. 
CROSS, SALLY 

4416. Portrait of Miss McKay and Peter. 



BELL, CLARA LOUISE 

4417. Little Girl with the Curls. 
RBDFIELD, HELOISE GUILLOU 

4418. Mr. Martin Mower. 
CROSS, SALLY 

4419. Portrait of Olin Downes, Esq. 
REDFIELD, HELOISE GUILLOU 

4420. Portrait of a Child. 

4421. Lady with Furs. 

4422. Miss A. 
CROSS, SALLY 

4423. Portrait of Miss Turner. 
BLISS, ALMA HERSIG 

4424. An Italian Child. 

4425. Study. 
WILLIAMS, ALYN 

4426. The Cardinal. 
AHRENS, ELLEN WETHERALD 

4427. Miss G. C. 
WILLIAMS, ALYN 

4428. Tiger Lily. 
HARPER, MARIAN DUNLAP 

4429. My Dear. 

AHRENS, ELLEN WETHERALD 

4430. A Brown Study. 

4431. Little Bert. 
WILLIAMS, ALYN 

4432. Mrs. Nicholas Longworth. 
PRICE, EUGENIA 

4433. Portrait: Mary Angell. 
WASHINGTON, ELIZABETH P. 

4434. Abdul Baha. 
HUNTER, SARA KATHERINE 

4435. Study of a Head. 
PRICE, EUGENIA 

4436. The Spirit of Autumn. 

OALLERT 41 

PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 

BOURNE, GERTRUDE B. 

4451. Rhododendrons. 
KRONBERG, LOUIS 

4452. The Exercise. 
CARLSON, JOHN FABIAN 

4453. Cloud Legions. 
TUTTLE, RUEL CROMPTON 

4454. The Fountain: Windsor. 
PETERSON, JANE 

4455. Rapids Above Niagara. 
NELL, TONY 

4456. Paper Ladies. 
MENDENHALL, EMMA 

4457. Mulberry Street Hill. 
BIXBEE, WILLIAM 

4458. Winter. 
BUDWORTH, WILL S. 

4459. Afternoon Shadows: Chestertown. 

4460. Early Spring: Wakefield Woods. 
PATTERSON, MARGARET 

4461. Basque Fishing Boats. 
HUBBARD, MARY WILSON 

4462. A Portrait Sketch. 
MONGES, HENRY B. 

4463. Sunset. 
SCHMITT, ALBERT FELIX 

4464. Peddlers at Gibraltar. 
BULL, CHARLES LIVINGSTON 

4465. The Sea Horse of Grande Terre. 
NEUHAUS, EUGEN 

4466. Plowing at Ingleside. 

4467. A Corner of Lake Merced. 
BOURNE, GERTRUDE B. 

4468. Rear View of Boston State House. 
PETERSON, JANE 

4469. Low Tide. 



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HUNT, E. AUBREY 

4470. Morocco. 

SCULPTTJKE 

BORGLUM, SOLON H. 

4471. Washington of 1753. 

GALLERY 42 

PAINTINGS 

TVALCOTT, HARRY MILLS 

4472. The Children's Cotillion. 
WALKER, HORATIO 

4473. Woman and Cow. 

4474. Girl and Geese. 
DUMOND, HELEN SAVIER 

4475. An Arm of the Mediterranean. 
WALKER, HORATIO 

4476. Potato Gatherers. 
POORE, HENRY RANKIN 

4477. New England Winter. 
WEIR, J. ALDEN 

4478. The Palm Leaf Fan. 
WUERPEL, EDMUND H. 

4479. Harmony in Brown. 
DIRKS, RUDOLPH 

4480. Clearing Land. 
PAXTON, WILLIAM M. 

4481. The Green Satin Gown. 
DUMOND, HELEN SAVIER 

4482. Southern France. 
DIRKS, RUDOLPH 

4483. The Boatman. 
WALKER, HORATIO 

4484. Moonrise: Winter. 
KRETZINGER, CLARA J. 

4485. A Thoughtful Moment. 
TURNER, HELEN M. 

4486. Mother and Child. 
TALCOTT, ALLEN B. 

4487. The Ledges. 
WALKER, HORATIO 

4488. Bov Feeding Calves. 
CADENASSO, GIUSEPPE 

4489. Summer. 
WETHERILL, E. K. K. 

4490. Mysterious Thoughts. 

GALLERT 43 

PAINTINGS 

GUERIN, JULES 

4491. The Ballet: Moonlight. 

4492. The Deserted Mosque. 

4493. The Women's Mosque. 

4494. The Porta Romano. 

4495. The Prayer of the East. 

4496. Temple of Sunium. 

4497. The Market Place: Siena. 

4498. The Old Wine Shop: Siena. 

4499. Moonlight on the Bosphorus. 

4500. The Encore. 

4501. The Bathers. 

4502. The Aqueduct: Night. 

4503. Temple of Sunium. 

4504. Moonlight: Italy. 

4505. The Dancers. 

4506. The Bridge. 

4507. On the Baroda River. 

4508. Landscape Near Siena. 

4509. A Bazaar in Constantinople. 

4510. Entrance to the Seraglio. 

4511. By the Sea. 

4512. EjTib on the Golden Horn. 

GALLERY 44 

PAINTINGS 

HINKLE, CLARENCE K. 

4512. Portrait. 

DE TOLL, F. USHER 

4513. East River: New York: Winter. 



SOTTER. GEORGE W. 

4514. The Yallev in Snow. 
POTTHAST, EDWARD H. 

4515. Contidences. 

4516. Water Lilies. 
FOOTE, MARY 

4517. Mrs. John Carpenter. 
BARTLETT, FREDERIC CLAY 

4518. Spring Recess. 
CORNOYER, PAUL 

4519. Winter: Columbus Circle. 
ROSS, DENMAN W. 

4520. The Musician. 
DE JONG, BETTY 

4521. Beatrix. 
BEAL. GIFFORD 

4522. Picnic Partv. 
ROECKER, HARRY LEON 

4523. Calves Resting. 
HOPKINS, JAMES R. 

4524. The Lavish Light. 
SELDEN, DIXIE 

4525. A Freighter: St. Ives. 
MAYER, LOUIS 

4526. Portrait of Mrs. M. 
YOUNG, CHARLES MORRIS 

4527. Mv House in Winter. 

4528. The Grav Mill. 
POTTHAST, EDWARD H. 

4529. A Gathering Storm. 

4530. Surf Bathing. 
KRETZINGER, CLARA JOSEPHINE 

4531. The Dav of the Garden Party. 
YOUNG, CHARLES MORRIS 

4532. Farm House in Winter. 

4533. Winter Afternoon. 
KIRKPATRICK, WILLIAM A. 

4534. Pleasing Reflections. 
THOMPSON, LESLIE P. 

4535. Monday Morning. 
YOUNG, CHARLES MORRIS 

4536. Winter Landscape with Crows. 
BEAL, GIFFORD 

4537. The Gossips. 
KING, PAUL 

4538. Snug Harbor. 
YOUNG. CHARLES MORRIS 

4539. The Red Mill. 

SCULPTUEE 
WALTER, EDGAR 

4540. Nj-mph and Bear. 

GALLERY 45 

PAINTINGS 

GRIFFIN, WALTER 

4541. Midsummer Afternoon. 

4542. Red House: Venice. 

4543. Carcasonne: France. 

4544. Late Afternoon: Breton Village. 

4545. Corner Grand Canal. 

4546. Landscape: Olive Trees. 

4547. The Brook: Winter. 

4548. Springtime. 

4549. Oak Tree Pasture. 

4550. Late September. 

4551. Apple Blossoms. 

4552. Connecticut Landscape. 

4553. Late Afternoon. 

4554. Woodchoppers. 

4555. Grand Canal: Venice No. 1. 

4556. The Doges Palace. 

4557. Unloading Fish. 

4558. June Morning: Venice. 

4559. Valley of the Essonne: France. 

4560. Blue Nets: Sardine Fisherman. 

4561. Low Tide. 

4562. Salute: Venice. 

4563. May Morning. 



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UNITED STATES SECTION 



4564. Evening Hour. 

4565. French Poplars. 

4566. Donelan. 

4567. Old School Ship: Venice. 

SCULPTURE 

HOARD, MARGARET 

4568. The Old Woman. 
FROMEN, AGNES VALBORG 

4569. The Last of His Tribe. 

ROTH, FREDERICK G. R. 

4570. Equestrienne. 

4571. Polar Bear. 

4572. Seal. 

4573. Hippopotamus. 

4574. Calf. 

4575. Polar Bear. 

4576. Tug-of-War. 

4577. Sea Lion. 

4578. The Baker. 

4579. The Candlestick Maker. 

4580. The Butcher. 

GALLERY 46 

PAINTINGS 

SPENCER, ROBERT 

4581. One o'Clock. 
LATHROP, WILLIAM L. 

4582. A Bucks County Pasture. 
SPENCER, ROBERT 

4583. The Grey Mills. 
THOMPSON, LESLIE P. 

4584. Rainy Day: Boulogne. 
MURRAY, FRANK WALDO 

4585. Portrait of Robert Fowler. 
LATHROP, WILLIAM L. 

4586. Neglected Farm. 
SPENCER, ROBERT 

4587. Courtyard at Dusk. 

4588. The Courtyard. 

4589. The Closing Hour. 
DUMOND, FRANK VINCENT 

4590. The Elopers. 
BORIE, ADOLPHE 

4591. Spring. 
SPENCER, ROBERT 

4592. Courtyard at Noon. 

4593. Spring. 
DUMOND, FRANK VINCENT 

4594. The Fairy Tale. 
BORIE, ADOLPHE 

4595. A Woman Pensive. 
SPENCER, ROBERT 

4596. The White Tenement. 
REUTERDAHL, HENRY 

4597. Hudson in Winter. 
PARKER, LAWTON 

4598. Psyche. 
STODDARD, ALICE KENT 

4599. Fisherman's Little Sister. 
METCALF, WILLARD L. 

4600. Golden Screen. 
ROGERS, GRETCHEN W. 

4601. Girl with a Book. 
PARKER, LAWTON 

4602. Figure Against Sunlight. 
ADDAMS, INEZ 

4603. Portrait Study. 
DAVIS, CHARLES H. 

4604. May Morning. 
METCALF. WILLARD L. 

4605. October Afternoon. 

4606. Trembling Leaves. 

4607. Cherry Blossoms. 

SCITLPTURE 

COONSMAN, NANCY 

4608. Portrait of Old Woman. 



SAHLER, HELEN 

4609. Head of a Boy. 
EBERLE, ABASTENIA ST. LEGER 

4610. Bacchanale. 
RICHARDS, LUCY C. 

4611. The Dancer. 

GALLERY 47 

PAINTINGS 

REID, ROBERT 

4612. Autumn. 
HUDSON, ELMER F. 

4613. Boats. 
SPEICHER, EUGENE 

4614. Belgian Girl. 
GILCHRIST, WALLACE W., JR. 

4615. Girl in Pink. 
HUDSON, ELMER F. 

4616. Fishing Boats. 
KRONBERG, LOUIS 

4617. Ballet Girl in Green. 
REID, ROBERT 

4618. The Goldfish. 
MACKY, CONSTANCE 

4619. Roses. 
HARTLEY, MARSDEN 

4620. Hillside. 

CLUTE, WALTER MARSHALL 

4621. Romance. 

GUSHING, HOWARD GARDINER 

4622. Interior. 
LATHROP, WILLIAM L. 

4623. On Fishers Island. 
HARTLEY, MARSDEN 

4624. Late Autumn. 
TURNER, HELEN M. 

4625. Helen. 
BLUMENSCHEIN, MARY GREENE 

4626. The Fan. 
NORDELL, CARL J. 

4627. The Chinese Beads. 
KIRKPATRICK, WILLIAM A. 

4628. A Rose in Blue. 
MESSER, EDMUND CLARENCE 

4629. Blue Ridge. 
LANG, ANNIE TRAQUAIR 

4630. The Gray Kimona. 
KIRKPATRICK, WILLIAM A. 

4631. A Debutante. 
DE VOLL, F. USHER 

4632. The White City. 
HOPKINS, JAMES R. 

4633. Frivolity. 

Lent by Cincinnati Museum Assn. 

DONOHO, RUGER 

4634. The Rose Terrace. 
NOYES, GEORGE L. 

4635. Winter Morning. 
LEVITT, JOEL J. 

4636. The Window Over the Lake. 
BUEHR, KARL 

4637. Louisette. 
DONOHOE, RUGER 

4638. A Garden. 
NOYES, GEORGE L. 

4639. Late Afternoon. 

SOtTLPTUEE 

HERING, HENRY 

4640. Bust of Augustus Saint Gaudens. 
SALVATORE, VICTOR D. 

4641. Head of Old Lady. 

GALLERY 48 

PAINTINGS 

POWERS, MARION 

4642. Alexina. 



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MILLER, KENNETH HAYES 

4643. Hagar. 

4644. The River. 
HAMILTON, JOHN McCLURE 

4645. General Booth. 
BOOK, EDWARD P. 

4646. Dish of Fruit. 
MILLER, KENNETH HAYES 

4647. The Swan. 

4648. The Cloud. 
RICHARDSON, MARY CURTIS 

4649. Undine. 
ROGERS, GRETCHEN W. 

4650. Interior. 
HAMILTON, JOHN McCLURE 

4651. Gladstone at Hawarden. 
ACKERMAN, OLGA M. 

4652. At a Concert. 
HAMILTON, JOHN McCLURE 

4653. Joseph Pennell. 
HAMILTON, MARY RITER 

4654. Old Woman: Study. 
HAMILTON, JOHN McCLURE 

4655. My Mother. 
MARTINEZ, XAVIER T. 

4656. Head of a Girl. 
HAMILTON, JOHN McCLURE 

4657. Sir Archibald Glikie. 
LOCKWOOD, WILTON 

4658. White Peonies. 

4659. Portrait of an Old Man. 
GIHON, CLARENCE M. 

4660. Haunted House. 
LOCKWOOD, WILTON 

4661. Peonies. 

SCULPTURE 

HERING, HENRY 

4662. L' Allegro. 

4663. Running Diana. 

GALLERY 49 





PAINTINGS 


HAMILTON, JOHN McCLURE 


4664. 


Sunshine and Shadows. 


4665. 


Toilette. 


4666. 


The Oriental. 


4667. 


The Aspirant. 


4668. 


Discouraged. 


4669. 


Belle and Her Friends. 


4670. 


The Passing Show. 


4671. 


Pensive. 


4672. 


Concentration. 


4673. 


Tears. 


4674. 


Head Bowed Down. 


4675. 


A Cup of Tea : A Book of Prose. 


4676. 


King's Cream Pony. 


4677. 


Grief. 


4678. 


King's Cream Pony. 


4679. 


Poppies. 


4680. 


King's Cream Pony. 


4681. 


Waiting. 


4682. 


Royal Coach. 


4683. 


Looking Backward. 


4684. 


The Yawn. 


4685. 


Reflection. 


4686. 


La Main Blanche. 


4687. 


Undecided. 


4688. 


Bandeuse. 


4689. 


Belle. 


4690. 


The Tulle Bow. 


4691. 


A Passing Shadow. 


4692. 


Dejection. 


4693. 


Ingenue. 


4694. 


My Dance. 


4695. 


The Lady, the Dog and the Socialist. 


4696. 


Meditation. 


4697. 


The Sunshine Fire. 



SCULPTUEE 

MAC NEIL, CAROL BROOKS 

4698. Bettv. 
QUINN, EDMOND T. 

4699. Audrev. 
POLASEK, ALBIN 

4700. Fantasy. 

4701. Portrait of a Baby. 

GALLERY 50 

PAINTINGS 

PARKER, LAWTON 

4702. An English Girl. 
MYERS, JEROME 

4703. Christmas Dinner. 
KOPMAN. BENJAMIN D. 

4704. Plucking a Goose. 
HARRISON, ALEXANDER 

4705. Model with Spider. 
PEIXOTTO, ERNEST 

4706. Portofino: Italian Riviera. 
MYERS, JEROME 

4707. Autumn Bower. 
TURNBULL, GRACE 

4708. Asleep. 
THOMPSON, LESLIE P. 

4709. Ladv in Black 
•DUMOND, PRANK VINCENT 

4710. The Bathers. 
COMAN, CHARLOTTE B. 

4711. A View from Highland Inn. 
KENDALL, SERGEANT 

4712. Alison. 

DUMOND, FRANK VINCENT 

4713. Mav Bloom. 
COMAN, CHARLOTTE B. 

4714. A Passing Shower. 
RAND, ELLEN EMMET 

4715. Grenville. 
CARLSON, JOHN FABIAN 

4716. Silvered Acres. 
IRVINE, WILSON 

4717. The Chasm. 
BITTINGER, CHARLES 

4718. Library of the Prince: Versailles. 
STODDARD, ALICE KENT 

4719. The Sisters. 
CARLSON, JOHN FABIAN 

4720. Spring Morning. 
NOYCES, GEORGE L. 

4721. Mount Lafayette. 
HEYNEMANN, JULIA H. 

4722. The Spanish Coat. 
DUMOND, FRANK A'lNCENT 

4723. Gray Newfoundland. 
ALLEN, CHARLES CURTIS 

4724. Mountain and Cloud. 
RAND, ELLEN EMMET 

4725. Portrait of Madame M. P. T. 
HITTLE, MARGARET A. 

4726. Flower Beds' at Reissig's. 
DUMOND, FRANK VINCENT 

4727. July Afternoon. 
TITCOMB, M. BRADISH 

4728. The Distant City. 

SCULPTURE 

RUMSEY, CHARLES CARY 

4729. The End of the Trail. 

GALLERY 55 

PAINTINGS 

WEBSTER, E. AMBROSE 

4730. In the Woods. 
FOOTE, MARY 

4731. Portrait of Miss Matilda BrownelL 
LEVER, HAYLEY 

4732. Across the River Exe. 



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UNITED STATES SECTION 



BRECKENRIDGE, HUGH H. 

4733. Bowl of Fruit. 
RAND. ELLEN EMMET 

4734. Portrait of Prof. William James. 
WEBSTER, E. AMBROSE 

4735. On the Trail. 
RITMAN. LOUIS 

4736. Gray Day in the Garden. 
THORNDIKE, CHARLES HALL 

4737. Boats Entering the River. 
DIRKS, RUDOLPH 

4738. Head of Old Dutchman. 
RITMAN, LOUIS 

4739. Dejeuner. 
NOYES, GEORGE L. 

4740. Masts and Sails. 
TITCOMB, M. BRADISH 

4741. Edge of the Woods. 
FERGUSON, NANCY 

4742. Town Hotel Square. 

4743. Fruit Stand. 

4744. Red Banner. 
MCCORMICK, M. EVELYN 

4745. Old Custom House: Monterey. 
TITCOMB, M. BRADISH 

4746. Summer Girls. 
NOYES, GEORGE L. 

4747. From Cunningham's Wharf. 
EDMONDSON, WILLIAM J. 

4748. The Garden. 
FELDMAN, BARUCH M. 

4749. Portrait Study: Introspection. 
STEELE, ZULMA 

4750. Sumac. 
FERGUSON, NANCY 

4751. Out for a Walk. 

4752. The Barber Shop. 
COCKROFT, EDYTHE VARIAN 

4753. Portrait Study. 

SCULPTURE 

GELERT, JOHN 

4754. Evening Prayer. 
POPE, ALEXANDER 

4755. Our Vanishing Wild Life. 

GALLERY 56 

PAINTINGS 

DAVIS, CECIL CLARK 

4756. Portrait of Miss L. C. Silver. 
REDMOND, GRANVILLE 

4757. Solitude. 
MITCHELL, ARTHUR 

4758. Close of a November Day. 
WERNER, FRANK A. 

4759. Jessie. 
REDMOND, GRANVILLE 

4760. Lifting Fog. 
SPEAR, ARTHUR P. 

4761. Spring in the City. 
RICHARDSON, MARY CURTIS 

4762. The Sleeping Child. 
NOURSE, ELIZABETH 

4763. Summer. 
HITCHCOCK, GEORGE 

4764. Vanquished. 

4765. In Brabant. 
FILEMYR, JOSEPH J. 

4768. The Silent Hour. 
FINK, DENMAN 

4767. Portrait of Mrs. F. 
HOFFMAN, HARRY LESLIE 

4768. A Mood of Spring. 
BRUMBACK, LOUISE UPTON 

4769. High Tide on the Beach. 
BURNSIDE, CAMERON 

4770. The Yellow Curtain. 



SACKS, JOSEPPI 

4771. In Street Costume. 
MACRUM, GEORGE H. 

4772. The Towering City. 
JONES, LEON FOSTER 

4773. Long Island Village. 
POWERS, MARION 

4774. A Tea Partv. 
STOKES, FRANK WILBERT 

4775. Belgica Channel. 

4776. Gate of Hades: Sunset EfJect: Green- 

land. 

4777. Antarctic Glacier: Admiralty Sound. 

4778. Aurora Australia: Antarctic Bergs. 

4779. Aurora Borealis : Sea Ice Foreground. 

4780. Antarctic Afterglow: Admiralty Sound. 

SCULPTURE 

WARD, JOHN QUINCY ADAMS 

4781. General Washington. 

4782. Simon Kenton. 

GALLERY 57 
PAINTINGS 

SPEAR, ARTHUR P. 

4783. The Girl in the Boat. 
SELDEN, DIXIE 

4784. Bunker's Hill, St. Ives. 
FORTUNE, E. CHARLTON 

4785. The San Gabriel Vine. 
ROSS, DENMAN W. 

4786. Edmund. 
SELDEN, DIXIE 

4787. Reading War News: St. Ives. 
BARTLETT, FREDERIC CLAY 

4788. Our Country Dining Room. 
ADDAMS, CLIFFORD 

4789. The Lady of the Five Marks. 
PAXTON, ELIZABETH OKIE 

4790. In the Morning. 
FORTUNE, E. CHARLTON 

4791. Summer. 
ROSS, DENMAN W. 

4792. Anna. 

PAXTON, ELIZABETH OKIE 

4793. The Breakfast Tray. 
FISKE, GERTRUDE 

4794. The Attic. 
MUHRMANN, HENRY 

4795. Flower Vendor. 
FRIESEKE, FREDERICK CARL 

4796. Sleep. 
CLARKSON, RALPH 

4797. Across the Studio. 
ROSENTHAL, ALBERT 

4798. The Millinery. 
PRESTON, JAMES 

4799. Autumn. 

HURLEY, EDWARD TIMOTHY 

4800. Murmuring. 
PERRY. LILLA CABOT 

4801. On Scituate Marshes. 
TANNER, HENRY O. 

4802. Entry of El Mokri. 
PRESTON, JAMES 

4803. Winter. 
COMAN, CHARLOTTE B. 

4804. A Country Store. 
GRAY, FREDERICK G. 

4805. Morning. 
CONNER, JOHN RAMSEY 

4806. Cottage Interior. 
NOYES, GEORGE L. 

4807. The Salute: Venice. 
PIAZZONI, GOTTARDO F. P. 

4808. Lux ^Eterna. 
CONNER, JOHN RAMSEY 

4809. The Little Seamstress. 



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UNITED STATES SECTION 



GIHOX, CLARENCE M. 

4810. Peasant Houses. 

SCULPTUEE 

WARD, JOHN QUINCY ADAMS 

4811. Pilgrim: A Sketch. 

4812. Indian Hunter. 

GALLERY 58 

PAINTINGS 

HARRISON, ALEXANDER 

4813. Moon Clouds. 
DICKMAN, CHARLES J. 

4814. Dawn. 
BRYANT, MAUDE DREIN 

4815. Still Life: Larkspur. 
HARRISON, ALEXANDER 

4816. Nature's Mirror. 
MURPHY, HERMAN DUDLEY 

4817. Venetian Brocade. 
TANNER, HENRY O. 

4818. Christ at the Home of Lazarus. 
PARRISH, CLARA WEAVER 

4819. The Worshipper. 
DUNBAR, HAROLD C. 

4820. Girl in Black. 
HARRISON, ALEXANDER 

4821. Wave Glitter. 
BETTS, LOUIS 

4822. Ladv in White. 
HARRISON, ALEXANDER 

4823. Sun Glitter. 
DUNBAR, HAROLD C. 

4824. Portrait of Mrs. D. 
SCHWARTZ, ANDREW T. 

4825. Ice Floe. 
HARRISON, ALEXANDER 

4826. Sun: Sea. 

HAILMAN, JOHANNA K. WOODWELL 

4827. Tony. 
FERGUSON. NANCY M. 

4828. A Rural Lane. 

SOUUTUEE 

WARD, JOHN QUINCY ADAMS 

4829. Norseman. 

4830. Freedman. 

GALLERY 59 

PAINTINGS 

RICHMOND, AGNES M. 

4831. Mending. 
ROBINSON, THEODORE 

4832. Normandy Mother. 

Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 

4833. On the Canal. 

Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 
HALE, LILIAN WESTCOTT 

4834. Celia's Arbor. 
ROBINSON, THEODORE 

4835. In the Sun. 

Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 

4836. Port Ben. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 

4837. Garden at Giverny 

Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 
ANDREW, RICHARD 

4838. By the River. 
ROBINSON, THEODORE 

4839. Peeling Apples. 

Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 
HAILMAN, JOHANNA K. WOODWELL 

4840. To Market in the West Indies. 
BERLIN, HARRY 

4841. Motherhood. 
SMITH, EDWARD GREGORY 

4842. Horseshoe Hill. 



TYSON, CARROLL S., JR. 

4843. Portrait. 
WALKER, HORATIO 

4844. Man Sawing Wood. 
SMITH, GEORGE W. 

4845. Monterev Dunes. 
ROGERS. GRETCHEN W. 

4846. Young Girl. 
TURNER. HELEN M. 

4847. Marv Tarleton. 
HOPKINS, JAMES R. 

4848. Beside the Lake. 
TARBELL, EDMUND C. 

4849. Girl in Blue. 
MILLER. RICHARD E. 

4850. Interior of Living Room. 
TARBELL, EDMUND C. 

4851. Josephine. 

4852. Dr. Edward Reynolds. 

Lent bv Dr. Edward Reynolds. 
RICH. JOHN H. 

4853. The Blue Kimono. 
CONNER. JOHN R. 

4854. The Glen. 
TARBELL, EDMUND C. 

4855. On the Bos'n's Hill. 

Lent bv S. Dacre Bush, Esq. 
RICHARDSON, MARY CURTIS 

4856. The Young Mother. 
KNOX, JAMES 

4857. White Swan. 
CASSATT, MARY 

4858. Woman Reading in a Garden. 

SCULPTUEE 

SCHULENBURG, ADELE E. 

4859. Scrub Woman. 
HOVENDEN, MARTHA M. 

4860. Girl and Kitten: Sundial. 

GALLERY 60 

PAINTINGS 

CARLES, ARTHUR B. 

4861. Nude. 
KUHN, WALT 

4862. Amusement. 
CARLES. ARTHUR B. 

4863. Talloires: Lac d'Amercy. 
GUTMANN, BERNHARD 

4864. Nude. 
GLACKENS, WILLIAM J. 

4865. Baroness. 

4866. Green Car. 
SLOAN, JOHN 

4867. Renganeschi's : Sundav Night. 
GLACKENS, WILLIAM J. 

4868. Family Group. 

4869. Girls Bathing. 
WOOLF, S. J. 

4870. The Underworld. 
GLACKENS, WILLIAM J. 

4871. Two Nudes. 

4872. Sail Boats in Sunlight. 
WAGNER, FRED 

4873. Winter Evening. 
GLACKENS, WILLIAM J. 

4874. Woman with Apple. 

4875. Italian Parade. 
WAGNER, FRED 

4876. Shoveling Snow. 
GLACKENS, WILLIAM J. 

4877. A Beach Scene. 
LUKS, GEORGE 

4878. Children's Page. 
BORIE, ADOLPHE 

4879. Nude. 
KENT. ROCKWELL 

4880. A Mother and Her Sons. 



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UNITED STATES SECTION 



LUKS, GEORGE 

4881. New York Boy. 

SCULPTURE 

KEMINGTON, FREDERIC 

4882. Broncho Buster. 

4883. Cheyenne. 

GALLERY 61 

PAINTINGS 

PAXTON, WILLIAM McGREGOR 

4884. The Housemaid. 

4885. Bellissima. 

4886. The Sisters. 

4887. Dayliglit and Lamplight. 

4888. Breakfast. 
LITTLE, PHILIP 

4889. The Making of New Lands. 
CAHILL, WILLIAM V. 

4890. The Red Book. 
POTTHAST, EDWARD H. 

4891. Young America. 
HALE, LILIAN WESTCOTT 

4892. Portrait. 
HOPKINSON, CHARLES 

4893. Knitting. 
FOOTE, WILL HOWE 

4894. Italian Girl's Head. 
POTTHAST, EDWARD H. 

4895. The Three Sisters. 
LITTLE, PHILIP 

4896. The Upper Ipswich. 
HALE, LILIAN WESTCOTT 

4897. Lavender and Old Ivory. 
HALE, PHILIP LESLIE 

4898. La Princesse Lointaine. 
NOYES, GEORGE L. 

4899. Late Autumn. 
HALE, PHILIP LESLIE 

4900. The Tower of Ivorv. 
SCHMITT, ALBERT FELIX 

4901. Blue and Gold. 
NOYES, GEORGE L. 

4902. Spring Morning: Medfield. 
HALE, PHILIP LESLIE 

4903. Sun Bath. 

4904. Conversation Piece. 

4905. Country Life in America. 
HOPKINS, JAMES R. 

4906. Memories. 

PAXTON, WILLIAM McGREGOR 

4907. Glow of Gold and Gleam of Pearl. 
HALE, PHILIP LESLIE 

4908. White Roses. 
HOPKINS, JAMES R. 

4909. Mandarin Blue. 
HALE, PHILIP LESLIE 

4910. Portrait: Agnes. 

SCULPTURE 

STEWARDSON, EDMUND AUSTIN 

4911. Portrait of a Lady. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
OLIN 
Alden Weir. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood. 

GALLERY 62 

PAINTINGS 

FOOTE, WILL HOWE 

4913. Sunny Interior. 
WENDT, WILLIAM 

4914. The Land of Heart's Desire. 
WARNER, EVERETT L. 

4915. The Edge of the River. 
FOOTE, WILL HOWE 

4916. Hydrangeas. 
TROCCOLI, GIOVANNI BATTISTA 

4917. New England Woman. 



WARNER 

4912. J, 



DEL MUE, MAURICE 

4918. Late Afternoon in the Sierras. 
RICHARDSON, MARY CURTIS 

4919. Portrait of Professor Paget. 
NOYES, GEORGE L. 

4920. Apple Blossoms. 
WENDT, WILLIAM 

4921. Tahoma the Eternal. 
PRESTON, JAMES 

4922. Landscape. 
MASON, MAUD M. 

4923. Still Life. 
HUDSON, CHARLES W. 

4924. Oak Tree: Mistv Dav. 
SAXTON, JOHN GORDON " 

4925. Midwinter. 

SCULPTURE 
STACKPOLE, RALPH 

4926. Nymph. 
MULLER, OLGA POPOFF 

4927. Meditation. 
BISHOP, EMILY CLAYTON 

4928. Portrait. 
FENTON, BEATRICE 

4929. Peter Moran. 

Lent by the Art Club of Phila- 
delphia. 
Case 1 . 
MORA, JOSEPH J. 

4930. Chochonee. 

RISQUE, CAROLINE EVERETT 

4931. Mere Colaer. 
HARVEY, ELI 

4932. Maternal Provisions. 
STERLING, LINDSEY MORRIS 

4933. Water Witch Girl. 
RISQUE, CAROLINE EVERETT 

4934. In the Mornine. 
WHEELOCK, LILA AUDUBON 

4935. Ski: Russian Wolf Hound. 
MORA, JOSEPH J. 

4936. The Moki Hairdresser. 
HOFFMAN, MALVINA 

4937. Orientals: Pavlowa and Novikoflf. 
QUINN, EDMOND T. 

4938. Nvmph. 
HOFFMAN, MALVINA 

4939. Pavlowa Gavotte. 
SCUDDER, JANET 

4940. Frog Fountain. 
RISQUE, CAROLINE EVERETT 

4941. Josef. 
HOFFMAN, MALVINA 

4942. Russian Baechanale. 
RISQUE, CAROLINE EVERETT 

4943. The Old One. 

GALLERY 63 

PAINTINGS 

WALKER, HORATIO 

4944. Ploughing in Acadia. 
VAN SLOUN, FRANK J. 

4945. Portrait of an Actor. 
KROLL, LEON 

4946. River Industries. 
LEVY, WILLIAM AUERBACH 

4947. The Draftsman. 
LAMBERT, GERTRUDE 

4948. Black and Green. 
TARBELL, EDMUND C. 

4949. Edmund and Eaglet. 
ROBERTS, ALICE MUMFORD 

4950. Two Vaudeville Stars. 
KROLL, LEON 

4951. Weehawken Terminal. 
ADDAMS, INEZ 

4952. The Death of Lucrece. 



[47] 



UNITED STATES SECTION 



POWERS, MARION 

4953. Encore. 
MAURER, ALFRED H. 

4954. Jeanne. 
BREUER, HENRY J. 

4955. The Santa Inez Mountains. 
WEHRSCHMIDT, DANIEL 

4956. The Morning's Milk. 
WAGNER, ROBERT 

4957. Portrait of Stewart Edward White. 
DUVENECK, FRANK 

4958. Turkish Page. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy "of the Fine Arts. 
MARR, CARL 

4959. Holy Family. 

Lent by Mrs. Phoebe Hearst. 
UPTON, FLORENCE K. 

4960. The Yellow Room. 
BAND, ELLEN EMMET 

4961. Singing. 

SCULPTITBE 

GRAFLY, CHARLES 

4962. Edwin Swift Clymer. 

4963. William M. Paxton. 

4964. The Surgeon. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Pine Arts. 
BATHHURST, CLYDE C. 

4965. Portrait of James Grafly. 
GRAFLY. CHARLES 

4966. W. Elmer Schofield. 

4967. George Harding. 
POLASEK. ALBIN _ ,^.„ ^ 

4968. Portrait Bust of Frank D. Millet. 
GRAFLY, CHARLES 

4969. Thomas P. Anshutz. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts. 

GALLERY 64 

PAINTIKGS 

DOUGHERTY, PAUL 

4970. From Clodgy Point. 
OARRIGAN, WILLIAM L. 

4971. Midsummer Masque. 
TROCCOLI, GIOVANNI BATTISTA 

4972. Portrait of Mr. Ferry. 
DOUGHERTY. PATH- 

4973. Toward the Sunlight. 
BUTLER, MARY 

4974. Trees at Shubel's Mount. 
TROCCOLL GIOVANNI BATTISTA 

4975. Portrait of Mrs. Brincherhoff. 
BOOK, EDWARD F. 

4976. Laurel. 
DOUGHERTY. PAUL 

4977. Storm Gleams. 
CARLSEN. EMIL 

4978. TwUight. 

4979. The Meeting of the Two Seas. 
NOYES, GEORGE L. 

4980. The White Lady: Old Mexico. 
CARLSEN. EMIL 

4981. O Ye of Little Faith. 

4982. Dines. 

4983. The Open Sea. 
TURNER, HELEN M. 

4984. Dorothea Knittine. 
BEAUX, CECILIA 

4985. Dorothea and Prancesca 

4986. Sita and Sarita. 
RYDEN, HENNING 

4987. Return of the Boats. 
RAND, ELLEN EMMET 

4988. In the Studio. 
BEAUX, CECILIA 

4989. The Dreamer. 



CORNOYER, PAUL 

4990. Old New York. 
BEAUX, CECILIA 

4991. Study in White. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts. 

4992. Portrait Study. 
ROSEN, CHARLES 

4993. The Delaware: Winter Morning. 
SCHOFIELD, W. ELMER 

4994. Winter. 
GAULEY, ROBERT DAVID 

4995. Portrait: Pedro de Cordoba. 
ROSEN, CHARLES 

4996. Wind-Blown Trees. 

4997. Floating Ice: Early Morning. 

4998. A Summer Dav. 
POOKE, MARION L. 

4999. Judith. 
ROSEN, CHARLES 

5000. Winter Morning: Maine Coast. 

SCTJLPTUEE 

COBBETT, GAIL SHERMAN 

5001. Chameleon Bov. 
CALDER, A. STIRLING 

5002. Seated Athlete. 
ELLERHUSEN, ULRICH H. 

5003. Buffalo — Gone! 
GELERT, JOHANNES 

5004. Theseus Courting Ariadne. 
BECCHIA. RICHARD H. 

5005. Golden Age No. 1. 
HYATT, ANNA VAUGHAN 

5006. Battle of the Bulls. 
BERGE. EDWARD 

5007. Boy and Frog Fountain. 

GALLERY 65 

PAINTINGS 

LEVER, HAYLEY 

5008. Smeaton's Quay: St. Ives. 
POOKE, MARION L. 

5009. Donna Italianna. 
LEVER, HAYLEY 

5010. 66th Street & Broadway: Sunday 

Morn. 
ULLMAN, EUGENE PAUL 

5011. Parisienne. 
LEVER, HAYLEY 

5012. St. Ives: Summer. 

5013. Gloucester. 
ULLMAN, EUGENE PAUL 

5014. Young Widow. 
BAKER, SAMUEL BURTIS 

5015. Portrait of Miss Marion Howard. 
LEVER, HAYLEY 

5016. St. Ives Fishing Boats. 
HARTMAN, C. BERTRAM 

5017. Pearls. 
MILLER, RICHARD E. 

5018. Morning Sunlight. 

5019. October. 

5020. The Gossins. 

5021. Nude. 

5022. The Convalescent. 

5023. On the River. 

5024. The Green Cage. 
HARTMAN, C. BERTRAM 

5025. Two Natures. 
BRYANT, EVERETT L. 

5026. Snapdragon and Fan. 
BRECKENRIDGE, HUGH H. 

5027. Still Life: Blue and Gold. 
CARLES, ARTHUR B. 

5028. Repose. 
BRYANT EVERETT L. 

5029. Wild Honeysuckle. 



[48] 



UNITED STATES SECTION 



HALPERT. SAMUEL 

5030. Still Life. 
BRECKENRIDGE, HUGH H. 

5031. Italian Pitcher and Fruit. 
SHEELER, CHARLES 

5032. Landscape No. 4: 1915. 
GILES, HOWARD 

5033. Marine. 

SINGER, WILLIAM H., JR. 

5034. Olden Farms: May. 
RAVLIN, GRACE 

5035. Great Market: Grand Socco : Tangier. 
PARKER, LAWTON 

5036. Paresse. 
SINGER, WILLIAM H., JR. 

5037. Olden Church: Norway. 
RAVLIN, GRACE 

5038. Gate of the Grand Socco: Tangier. 
ROSEN, CHARLES 

5039. A Summer Sky. 

SCUIiPTUEE 

SCUDDER, JANET 

5040. Little Ladv of the Sea. 
FRISHMUTH, HARRIET W. 

5041. Young Girl with Fish: A Fountain. 

Case 1. 

EBERLE. ABASTENIA ST. LEGER 

5042. The Little Brother. 

5043. Solitude. 

5044. Dancing in Avenue A. 

5045. Mother Bathing Child. 

5046. Little Mother. 

5047. Slumber. 

5048. The Windy Door Step. 

5049. Girl Skipping Rope. 

5050. Rag Picker. 

5051. Rag Time. 

Case S. 
VONNOH, BESSIE POTTER 

5052. Enthroned. 
STERLING, LINDSEY MORRIS 

5053. Mischief. 
YONNOH. BESSIE POTTER 

5054. Girl Dancing. 
STERLING, LINDSEY MORRIS 

5055. Investigation. 
YONNOH. BESSIE POTTER 

5056. Grecian Draperies. 

5057. His First Journey. 

5058. A Chance Acquaintance. 

5059. The Scarf. 

5060. Motherhood. 

5061. The Dance. 

GALLERY 66 

PAINTINGS 

MATHEWS, ARTHUR F. 

5062. Decoration. 
BRANGWYN, FRANK 

5063. Decoration. 

5064. Decoration. 
FULLER. HENRY B. 

5065. Triumph of Truth Over Error. 
BRANGWYN. FRANK 

5066. Decoration. 

5067. Decoration. 
HASSAM. CHILDE 

5068. Decoration. 
BRANGWYN, FRANK 

5069. Decoration. 

5070. Decoration. 
DICKMAN, CHARLES J. 

5071. Before the Storm. 
BRANGWYN, FRANK 

5072. Decoration. 

5073. Decoration. 



SCULPTURE 

MORA. JOSEPH J. 

5074. Moki Mana. 
GRAFLY, CHARLES 

5075. Marble Head. 
MORA, JOSEPH J. 

5076. Old Moki. 
DALLIN, CYRUS EDWIN 

5077. Mv Mother. 
AITKEN, ROBERT 

5078. Door for Gates Mausoleum. 
PRATT, BE LA LYON 

5079. Bust of Mv Mother. 
BITTER, KARL 

5080. Signing of Louisiana Purchase 

Treaty. 

Lent by City of St. Louis. 
PATIGIAN, HAIG 

5081. John Keith, Esq. 
HERING. HENRY 

5082. Memory. 
PATIGIAN, HAIG 

5083. Study. 
WARNER, OLIN L. 

5084. Dancing Nymph. 

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

5085. The Oarsman. 
AUSTIN, AMANDA P. 

5086. Saint Jean. 
HERING, HENRY 

5087. Devotion. 
ADAMS, HERBERT 

5088. Bacchante. 
CALDER, A. STIRLING 

5089. Historian. 
FENTON, BEATRICE 

5090. Marjorie D. Martenet. 
FRASER, JAMES EARLE 

5091. Flora and Sonnv Whitnev. 

5092. Portrait Bust. 
DALLIN, CYRUS EDWIN 

5093. Arthur. 
POWERS, HIRAM 

5094. California. 

SAINT GAUDENS, ANNETTA JOHNSON 

5095. Louis Johnson. 
FRASER. JAMES EARLE 

5096. Portrait of G. C. Whitney. 
PRATT, BELA LYON 

5097. River Nvmph. 
GRIMES. FRANCES 

5098. Ralph Pulitzer, Jr. 
STORRS, JOHN 

5099. Marble Head. 
BITTER, KARL 

5100. Memorial to Dr. Henry P. Tappan. 

Lent by University of Michigan. 
SALTATORE, VICTOR D. 

5101. Study of a Young Girl. 
HERING, HENRY 

5102. Courage. 
PICCIRILLI, ATTILIO 

5103. Fragment of Statue. 
LEE. ARTHUR 

5104. The Virgin. 

5105. The Nigger. 

Lent by Mrs. Harry Payne Whit- 
nev. 
PICCIRILLI. ATTILIO 

5106. Portrait of a Boy. 
HERING, HENRY 

5107. Peace. 
AUSTIN, AMANDA P. 

5108. Portrait of Miss Quinn. 
FRENCH, DANIEL CHESTER 

5109. Alice Freeman Palmer Memorial. 
ZETTLER, EMIL ROBERT 

5110. David P. 



[49] 



UNITED STATES SECTION 



FRASER, JAMES EARLE 

5111. Bust of J. E. 0. 
FRENCH, DANIEL CHESTER 

5113. Melvin Memorial. 
FRASER, JAMES EARLE 

5113. Portrait Study. 
BRENNER, VICTOR D. 

5114. Nature: Tlie Consoler. 
PICCIRILLI, ATTILIO 

5115. A Soul. 
PATIGIAN, HAIG 

5116. Vanity. 

LONGMAN, EVELYN BEATRICE 

5117. L' Amour. 
ROTH, FREDERICK G. R. 

5118. Polar Bear. 
BITTER, KARL 

5119. Fountain Group. 

Lent by John D. Rockefeller, 
Esq. 
HOARD, MARGARET 

5120. Eve. 

WEINMAN, ADOLPH A. . , ^^ , 

5121 Lectern for Clark Memorial Chapel. 

WHITNEY, GERTRUDE VANDERBILT 
5122. Fountain. 

GALLERY 67 

PAINTINGS 

PRENDERGAST, MAURICE B. 

5123 Promenade on Seashore No. 2. 
BRECKENRIDGE, HUGH H. 

5124. Peonies. 
PRENDERGAST, MAURICE B. 

5125. Promenade on Seashore No. 3. 
BRECKENRIDGE, HUGH H. 

5126. The Curio Window. 
SHEELER, CHARLES 

5127. White Tulips. 
SPEICHER, EUGENE 

5128. Henrv Lee McFee. 
BRECKENRIDGE, HUGH H. 

5129. Tapestrv and Fruit. 
RITMAN, LOUIS 

5130. Honey Bee Paradise. 
PRENDERGAST, MAURICE B. 

5131. Landscape with Figures. 
NORDELL, CARL J. 

5132. In the Arbor. 
PRENDERGAST, MAURICE B. 

5133. Decorative Sketch. 

5134. Beach. 
NORDELL, CARL J. 

5135. Morning. 
PRENDERGAST, MAURICE B. 

5136. The Waterfall. 
PARKER, LAWTON 

5137. Cinerarias. 
CARLES, ARTHUR B. 

5138. Still Life: Flowers. 
McFEE, HENRY L. 

5139. Still Life. 
KUHN, WALT 

5140. Surf. 
CARLES, ARTHUR B. 

5141. Landscape. 
KROLL, LEON 

5142. Landscape in Maine. 
CARLES, ARTHUR B. 

5143. Zinnias and Asters. 
McFEE, HENRY L. 

5144. Naked Trees. 
KUHN, WALT 

5145. Ostrich. 
LEVER, HAYLEY 

5146. Bathing Beach: Gloucester. 
McFEE, HENRY L. 

5147. Dahlias. 



CARLES, ARTHUR B. 

5148. Bouquet. 
RITMAN, LOUIS 

5149. An Improvised Flower Basket. 

5150. Sun Spots and Shadows. 
FRIESEKE, FREDERICK CARL 

5151. Summer. 
RITMAN, LOUIS 

5152. Dahlias. 

5153. Reflected Color. 

SCULPTUEE 

LAESSLE, ALBERT 

5154. Fantail Pigeon. 

5155. Chanticleer. 
GRIMES, FRANCES 

5156. Miss Pearmain. 

SAINT GAUDENS, ANNETTA JOHNSON 

5157. Paul Saint-Gaudens. 
Case 1 . 

PUTNAM, ARTHUR 

5158. Indian and Puma. 

5159. Skunked Wild Cat. 

5160. Sneaking Coyote. 

5161. Leopard and Gnu. 

5162. Combat. 

5163. Tiger Love. 

5164. Resting Puma. 

5165. Little Cub Bear. 

5166. Buffalo Hunt. 

5167. Crouching Wild Cat. 

5168. Two Pumas. 

5169. Puma and Snake. 

5170. Snarling Jaguar. 
Case 2. 

LAESSLE, ALBERT 

5171. The Squirrel. 

5172. Turtle and Prey. 

5173. Locust and Pine Cone. 

5174. King Crab and Beetle. 

5175. Blue-Eyed Lizard. 

5176. Young Turtle. 

5177. Repletion. 

5178. Turning Turtle. 

5179. The First Step. 

5180. An Outcast. 

5181. Frog and Katydid. 

5182. The Contented Hop-Toad. 

5183. The Source. 

5184. Turtle and Snail. 

5185. Heron and Fish. 

5186. The Old Bullfrog. 

GALLERY 68 

PAINTINGS 

REDFIELD, EDWARD "W. 

5187. Cedar Hill. 

GUSHING. HOWARD GARDINER 

5188. Wardrobe. 
POTTHAST, EDWARD HENRY 

5189. Peace and Quiet. 
GUSHING, HOWARD GARDINER 

5190. Portrait. 

LANG, ANNIE TRAQUAIR 

5191. Japanese Print. 
MOLARSKY, MORRIS 

5192. Reflections. 
HOPKINSON, CHARLES 

5193. Salem Bav: Massachusetts. 
REDFIELD, EDWARD W. 

5194. In the Clearing. 
RITSCHEL, WILLIAM 

5195. Blue Depths: Carmel. 
JOHANSEN, JOHN CHRISTEN 

5196. The Rider. 

5197. Venetian Arcade. 

5198. Village Rider. 

5199. Portrait of Miss F. B. 



[50] 



UNITED STATES SECTION 



RITSCHEL, WILLIAM 

5200. Summer Nisht: Point Lobos. 
NISBET, ROBERT H. 

5201. The Emerald Robe. 
GARBER, DANIEL 

5202. Little Village: Winter. 
BEAL, GIFFORD 

5203. Summer Landscape. 
GARBER. DANIEL 

5204. Prom Tinicum Hill. 
BROWNE, GEORGE ELMER 

5205. Port of Sottomarina. 
GARBER. DANIEL 

5206. Cherry Blossoms. 
BEAL, REYNOLDS 

5207. Lawrenceville Lock. 
HANSEN. ARMIN C. 

5208. At the Breakfast Table. 
SCHOFIELD, W. ELMER 

5209. Waterfall. 
DONOHO, RUGER 

5210. Wind Flowers. 
JOHANSEN, JOHN CHRISTEN 

5211. Approaching Storm. 
GUSHING, HOWARD GARDINER 

5212. Portrait. 
DONOHO, RUGER 

5213. A Veil of Leaves. 
CAMP, HAROLD M. 

5214. A Hilltop. 
SCHOFIELD, W. ELMER 

5215. The Hilltop. 

SOtTLPTtTEE 

MAC NEILL, HERMON A. 

5216. Girl with Young Satyr. 

5217. Incoming Wave. 
LAESSLE, ALBERT 

5218. Kingfisher. 
AITKEN, ROBERT 

5219. Tired Mercury. 

MAC NEILL, CAROL BROOKS 

5220. The Wave. 
AITKEN, ROBERT 

5221. Dancing Paun. 

5222. Dancing Bacchante. 
MAC NEILL, CAROL BROOKS 

5223. Farewell to the Fairies. 
BATEMAN, JOHN M. 

5224. Fountain and Aquarium. 

GALLERY 69 

PAINTINGS 

POTTHAST, EDWARD H. 

5225. The Beach at Rockaway. 
STEELE, ZULMA 

5226. Nature's Tapestry. 
BOHM, MAX 

5227. The Sea Babies. 
DAVOL, JOSEPH BENJAMIN 

5228. A Winter Coast: Moonlight. 
OBERTEUFFER, GEORGE 

5229. En Fete: Dieppe. 
FORSYTH, WILLIAM 

5230. The Red Hill. 
CARLSON, JOHN FABIAN 

5231. Grey Woods. 
FUNK, WILHELM 

5232 Mrs. John W. McKinnon. 
PEARSON, JOSEPH T., JR. 

5233. Fox and Geese. 
DAVIS, CECIL CLARK 

5234. Portrait. 
MILLER, RICHARD E. 

5235. The Visit. 
KENDALL, SERGEANT 

5236. Devotion. 
NELSON, BRUCE 

5237. The Golden Shore. 



OCHTMAN, LEONARD 

5238. Winter. 
HECHT, VICTOR DAVID 

5239. Portrait of Mrs. Irving Stern. 
NELSON, BRUCE 

5240. The Summer Sea. 
SANDZEN, SVEN BIRGER 

5241. The Granite Cathedral. 
SEYPFERT, LEOPOLD 

5242. Nude. 
BLUMENSCHEIN, ERNEST L. 

5243. Wise Man: Warrior: Youth. 
SNELL, HENRY B. 

5244. Low Tide. 
HARRISON, ALEXANDER 

5245. The Joy of Life. 
BLUMENSCHEIN, ERNEST L. 

5246. The Peace Maker. 
SCHMIDT, KARL 

5247. The Great Pacific. 
RYDER, CHAUNCEY F. 

5248. The Ox Team. 

SCUIiPTUEE 

Case 1 . 
COHEN, NESSA 

5249. Navajo Watching Women at Work. 
MAC NEILL, CAROL BROOKS 

5250. First Lesson. 
LICHTENAUER, J. MORTIMER 

5251. Statuette. 
LUKEMAN, AUGUSTUS 

5252. Diana. 
YOUNG, MAHONRI M. 

5253. The Piper at the Gates of Dawn. 
SCUDDER, JANET 

5254. Shell Fountain. 
BURROUGHS, EDITH WOODMAN 

5255. Fenella. 
YOUNG, MAHONRI M. 

5256. Stevedore. 
GAENSSLEN, OTTO ROBERT 

5257. Youth. 

DEMING, EDWIN WILLARD 

5258. Playing Bear. 
YOUNG, MAHONRI M. 

5259. Chiseler. 

5260. Scrubwoman. 
STEWARDSON, EDMUND AUSTIN 

5261. Alexander Harrison. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts. 
SAINT GAUDENS, ANNETTA JOHNSON 

5262. Bedtime. 
POLASEK, ALBIN 

52 63. Maternal Love. 
Case 2. 
DEMING, EDWIN WILLARD 

5264. The Fight Between a Panther and a 

Grizzly Bear. 

5265. Indian Hunter. 

5266. Maternity. 
BISHOP, EMILY CLAYTON 

5267. The Little Dancer. 
DEMING, EDWIN WILLARD 

5268. The Friendly Tussle. 
BISHOP, EMILY CLAYTON 

5269. And as Pretty a Piece of Flesh as Any 

in Messina. 
JOHNSON, GRACE MOTT 

5270. Greyhound Pup. 

5271. Chimpanzee. 
COHEN, NESSA 

5272. Sunrise. 
JOHNSON, GRACE MOTT 

5273. Goat. 

MANATT, WILLIAM WHITNEY 

5274. Nymph. 

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UNITED STATES SECTION 



DEMING, EDWIN WILLARD 

5275. The Antelope or American Pronghorn. 
BISHOP, EMILY CLAYTON 

5276. Comedy. 

5277. Greed. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts. 

5278. Classicism and Renaissance. 

GALLERY 70 

PAINTINGS 

HERKOMER, HERMAN G. 

5279. Mrs. Hamilton Griffin. 
SPARKS, ARTHUR W. 

5280. Mills at Rankin. 
HERKOMER, HERMAN G. 

5281. Portrait: William Harvey, Esq. 
FLAGG, CHARLES NOEL 

5282. Portrait of Paul Wayland Bartlett. 
HANSEN, ARMIN C. 

5283. The Belated Boat. 
POOR, HENRY VARNUM 

5284. Baby's Toilet. 
DAVEY, RANDALL 

5285. Captain Dan Stevens: Lighthouse 

Keeper. 
SARGEANT, GENEVE RIXPORD 

5286. Margaret. 
FISKE, GERTRUDE 

5287. The Curtain. 
GRAY, FREDERICK G. 

5288. Portrait. 
ROBERTS, ALICE MUMFORD 

5289. Red Peppers. 
COOLIDGE, MARY ROSAMOND 

5290. The Old-Fashioned Gown. 
DICKMAN, CHARLES J. 

5291. Picardv Fisher Folk. 
HOPKINSON, CHARLES 

5292. Portrait. 
NORDELL, CARL J. 

5293. The Pink Scarf. 

SCULPTUKE 

YOUNG, MAHONRI M. 

5294. Peter Newell at Leonia. 

5295. The Heavy Sledge. 
HYATT, ANNA VAUGHAN 

5296. L'Orage. 
DEMING, EDWIN WILLARD 

5297. The American Bison. 
ALFANO, VINCENZO 

5298. Quousque Tandem. 
HOLLISTER, ANTOINETTE B. 

5299. Bavarian Peasant Mother and Child. 
ALFANO, VINCENZO 

5300. Might is Right. 
KONTI, ISIDORE 

5301. Solace. 

GALLERY 71 

PAINTINGS 

JUNG, C. JAC. 

5302. Winter Afternoon. 
PUTHUFF, HANSON 

5303. Home of the Ranger. 
WOOLP, SAMUEL JOHNSON 

5304. Brown the Wheats. 
UFER, WALTER 

5305. A Daughter of San Juan Pueblo. 
MEAKIN, LEWIS HENRY 

5306. Kicking Horse River. 
PEYRAUD, FRANK C. 

5307. Summer Evening. 
MORA, F. LUIS 

5308. The Fortune Teller. 
REIFPEL, CHARLES 

5309. Silvermine Valley. 
MEAKIN, LEWIS HENRY 

5310. Rocky Mountain Valley. 



ADAMS, J. OTTIS 

5311. Winter Morning. 

Lent by Muncie Art Association. 
GLACKENS, WILLIAM J. 

5312. Chez Mouquin. 
UFER, WALTER 

5313. Taos Indian in Corn Field. 
DE VOLL, F. USHER 

5314. Brooklyn Bridge: Winter. 
MEAKIN, LEWIS HENRY 

5315. Stormy Day. 
BITTINGER. CHARLES 

5316. Isabel. 
HYETT. WILL J. 

5317. Crossroads: Ravenrock. 
PAPE, ERIC 

5318. Portrait of Edith Wynne Mathison as 

Hermione. 
BITTINGER, CHARLES 

5319. Vanity. 

TYSON, CARROLL S., JR. 

5320. Road to the Pier. 
DUFNER, EDWARD 

5321. Reflections. 
HUTCHISON, F. W. 

5322. A Northern River. 
PAPE, ERIC 

5323. Portrait of Mrs. John Hays Ham- 

mond. 
DUFNER, EDWARD 

5324. Summer Evening. 
GROVER, OLIVER DENNETT 

5325. Rocky Shore: Lake Garda. 
COX. LOUISE 

5326. A Daughter of Eve. 
KROLL, LEON 

5327. Rockport Quarries. 
BRINLEY, D. PUTNAM 

5328. Noon. 
BREUER, HENRY J. 

5329. Lake Louise. 
PADDOCK, JOSEPHINE 

5330. Black Cap. 
KROLL, LEON 

5331. Lower Manhattan. 
BRINLEY, D. PUTNAM 

5332. Matins. 

GALT, CHARLES FRANKLIN 

5333. The Gypsy. 
BREUER, HENRY J. 

5334. Mount Assiniboine. 
DAVOL, JOSEPH BENJAMIN 

5335. Maine Coast. 
LANG, ANNIE TRAQUAIR 

5336. The Hotels: Venice. 
HAGGIN, BEN ALI 

5337. Little White Dancer. 
CASE, BERTHA 

5338. View: Sidi Ben Said: Tunis. 
FOSTER, BEN 

5339. October Morning. 
LANG, ANNIE TRAQUAIR 

5340. From My Window: Venice. 
BREUER, HENRY J. 

5341. Mount Sir Donald. 

SCULPTURE 

PRATT, BELA LYON 

5342. Polo Player. 

5343. St. Christopher. 

GALLERY 72 

PAINTINGS 

WOODBURY, CHARLES H. 

5344. Colored Reef. 

5345. Kingston Harbor. 

5346. Surf. 

5347. Beach. 

5348. Hurry. 



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UNITED STATES SECTION 



5349. 


The Pool. 






5350. 


The Bark. 






5351. 


In the Cove. 






5352. 


The Punt. 






5353. 


Shallow Water. 






5354. 


New Snow. 






5355. 


Gulf Stream. 






5356. 


Gray Sea. 






5357. 


Sunken Ledges. 






5358. 


A Winter Sea. 






5359. 


Morning at Sea. 






5360. 


The Culebra Cut. 






5361. 


Bathers. 






5362. 


Tropical Wave. 






5363. 


Barnacles. 






5364. 


The Bathing Pool. 






5365. 


The Tramp Steamer. 






5366. 


Evening. 






5367. 


At Sea. 






5368. 


Tesceira: Azores. 






5369. 


Caribbean Sea. 






5370. 


The Last Drift. 






5371. 


Ten Panels of the Sea : 


No. 


VIII. 


5372. 


Ten Panels of the Sea: 


No. 


VII. 


5373. 


Bathers. 






5374. 


Ten Panels of the Sea : 


No. 


V. 


5375. 


Ten Panels of the Sea : 


No. 


VI. 


5376. 


The Wave. 






5377. 


The Tide River. 






5378. 


Ten Panels of the Sea : 


No. 


IV. 


5379. 


Ten Panels of the Sea: 


No. 


III. 


5380. 


Fantasy. 






5381. 


Ten Panels of the Sea : 


No. 


II. 


5382. 


Ten Panels of the Sea : 


No. 


I. 



SCULPTTJEE 

GRAFLY, CHARLES 

5383. Joseph R. De Camp 
LONGMAN, EVELYN BEATRICE 

5384. Head of Bacchante. 
MULLER. OLGA POPOFF 

5385. Head of Breton. 
JAEGERS, ALBERT 

5386. Portrait: Uncle Joe Cannon. 
Case 1. 

PROCTOR, A. PHIMISTER 

5387. Silver King Fish. 

5388. Charging Elephant. 

5389. BufEalo. 

5390. American Horse. 

5391. Elk. 

5392. Faun: First Model. 

5393. Buffalo, Q. H. 

5394. Dog With Bone. 

5395. Princeton Tiger. 

Twenty-two inch reduction. 

GALLERY 73 

PAINTINGS 

CLARK, ALSON SKINNER 

5396. Market in Panama. 

5397. In the Lock: Miraflores. 

5398. Sosa Hill from the Quarry. 

5399. In Tropical Waters. 

5400. Gold Hill from Culebra. 

5401. Dredges Under Gold Hill. 

5402. Gates: Pedro Miguel. 

5403. Moving the Trestle. 

5404. Pedro Miguel Locks. 

5405. Big Cranes: Miraflores. 

5406. Culebra Cut from Empire. 

5407. First Dredges Through Gatun Locks. 

5408. Cucaracha Slide. 

5409. Culebra Slide. 

5410. The Cranes: Miraflores. 

5411. In the Cut. 

5412. Three Hills from Culebra. 

5413. Panama from the Pacific. 



SCrLPTUEE 

PICCIRILLI, ATTILIO 

5414. Head Portrait. 
HARVEY, ELI 

5415. American Elk. 
BURROUGHS, EDITH WOODMAN 

5416. L'Arriere Pensee. 
SALVATORE, VICTOR D. 

5417. Study of Old Man. 
Case 1. 

WEINMAN, ADOLPH A. 

5418. On Stonv Pastures. 

5419. R. E. W. 
WARNER, OLIN L. 

5420. Maude Morgan. 

Lent bv C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 
WEINMAN, ADOLPH A. 

5421. Womboli. 
WRIGHT, ALICE MORGAN 

5422. Wood Nymph. 
FRASER, JAMES EARLE 

5423. Melisande. 
WEINMAN, ADOLPH A. 

5424. Strayed from the Herd. 
FRASER, JAMES EARLE 

5425. End of the Trail. 
HUMPHRISS, CHARLES H. 

5426. Indian Hunter. 
ADAMS, HERBERT 

5427. Debutante. 
SAINT GAUDENS, LOUIS 

5428. Infant's Head. 
WRIGHT, ALICE MORGAN 

5429. Piping Satvrs. 
ELLERHUSEN, ULRICH H. 

5430. The Commuters. 
WRIGHT, ALICE MORGAN 

5431. Piping Satyrs. 

GALLERY 74 

PAINTINGS 

POOKE, MARION L. 

5432. Critics. 
PANCOAST, MORRIS HALL 

5433. Afternoon: Tompkinsville. 
YATES, CULLEN 

5434. Old Farm: November. 
VAN LAER, ALEXANDER T. 

5435. The Old MiU. 
POOKE, MARION L. 

5436. Silhouettes. 
THOMPSON, LESLIE P. 

5437. The Bridge: Ogunquit. 
SPARKS, ARTHUR W. 

5438. Midsummer Day. 
MAGER, GUS 

5439. Flower Bouquet. 
GAULEY, ROBERT DAVID 

5440. Reverie. 
BORG, CARL OSCAR 

5441. Campagna Romana. 
SOTTER, GEORGE W. 

5442. Snow-Bound Hills: Pittsburg. 
JAY, CECIL 

5443. Torn Skirt. 
CLARKSON, RALPH 

5444. Portrait Sketch. 
SOTTER. GEORGE W. 

5445. Moonlight: Gloucester Harbor. 
FERGUSON, NANCY M. 

5446. The Old Homestead. 
WILES, IRVING RAMSEY 

5447. Madame GervilleReache as Carmen. 
ROBINSON, Will S. 

5448. Group of White Birches. 
WEISS, SAMUEL A. 

5449. Sunshine. 



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UNITED STATES SECTION 



HEYNEMANN, JULIA H. 

5450 Mrs. Arthur Sj-mons. 
TAYLOR, CHARLES J. 

5451. Boothbay Harbor. 
HOULAHAN, KATHLEEN 

5452. Portrait. 

qPF.ICHER, EUGENE E. ^ , t, 

5453 Portrait of John Nelson Cole, Jr. 

TAYLOR, CHARLES J. „ , , 
5454. Springtime in the Suburbs. 
=^455 Sandy Creek. 

hImILTON, MARY RITER 

5456. The Poor. 

SCULPTUBB 

BOYLE, JOHN J. 

5457. Stone Age. 
KONTI, ISIDORE 

5458. Dying Me^lo^^^e^s^^ ^^ 

PAINTINGS 

SARGENT, JOHN SINGER 

5459. Spanish Stable. 

5460. Nude Study. 

5461. Syrian Goats. 

M62 Portrait of Henry James Esq. 

lilt. Sketch of. Joseph Jefferson, Esq. 

5464. Rose Marie. 

5465. The Ske^tch^ers^^^ ^^^^^.^ ^^^^^^^ 

5466. Madam Gautrin. 

5467. Reconnoitering. 

SCULPTURE 

MORA, JOSEPH J. 

5468. Esoah. 
^^5f6rSo?1iu5sioss Jr. 
VONNOH, BESSIE POTTER 

5470 A Young Mother. 
STACKPOLE, RALPH W. 

5471 Mrs. Sloss and Children. 

GALLERY 76 

PAINTINGS 

THOMPSON, LESLIE P. 

5472 St. Paul's: London. 
WRIGHT, JOHN 

5473. Sicilian Lai»ds<:ape. 
MURPHY, HERMANN DUDLEY 
5474 The Back of the Salute. 

MURPHY, HERMANN DUDLEY 

5476. The Cloud. 

5477. The Emigrants: Azores. 

5478. New Moon. 

5479. Evening. 

5480. At Sea. 

5481. Fireworks. 
MC COMAS, FRANCIS 

5482. Pines at Monterey. 

5483. Sichomovi: Arizona. 

5484. Walpi: Arizona. 

5485. A Los Olivos Oak Tree. 

5486. Oaks of the Monte. 

5487. The Red Wagon. 
MURPHY, HERMANN DUDLEY 

5488. Hot Springs. 

5489. Palazzo da Mula. 

5490. In the Azores. 

5491. Winter Cloud. 

5492. The Green Door. 

5493. Angra: Azores. 

GALLERY 77 

PAINTINGS 

ANDERSON, KARL 

5494. The Serenade. 

5495. Lower Pasture. 

5496. Boy and Goat. 

5497. The Pool. 



CARRIGAN, WILLIAM L. 

5498. Mountain Farm. 
DUNLAP, HELENA 

5499. The Dressing Table. 
YARROW, WILLIAM H. K. 

5500. Reflection. 
BUEHR, KARL ALBERT 

5501. Luncheon Outdoors. 
FOOTE, MARY 

5502. Study. 
ANDERSON, KARL 

5503. Fireflies. 
PADDOCK, JOSEPHINE 

5504. Miss M. and a Parrot. 
CARRIGAN, WILLIAM L. 

5505. Summer Hills. 

FRIESEKE, FREDERICK CARL 

5506. On the Beach. 

5507. Breakfast in the Garden. 

5508. Through the Vines. 

5509. In the Doorway. 
MORA, F. LUIS 

5510. Black, Grey and Rose. 
HARTMAN, C. BERTRAM 

5511. Spring. 

5512. Summer. 

5513. Autumn. 

5514. Winter. 
MORA, F. LUIS 

5515. Preparations for the Party. 

SCULPTUEE 

WARNER, OLIN L. 

5516. Rosali^.^^^ ^^ ^ ^ g_ ^^^^_ ^^^ 

LADD, ANNA COLEMAN 

5517. Winged Head. 
HOFFMAN, MALVINA . 

5518 Portrait Bust: Bonanus Grimson. 
FARNHAM, SALLY JAMES 

5519. Cave Woman. 
LADD, ANNA COLEMAN 

5520 The Human Instrument. 
saint' GAUDENS, LOUIS 

5521. Head of Ceres. 
FENTON, BEATRICE 

5522. Caroline. „ , _ 

Lent by Gustavus Remak, Jr., 

Esq. 
GALLERY 78 

PAINTINGS 

HASSAM, CHILDE 

5523 The Yachts: Gloucester Harbor. 

(Purchased bv the San Francisco 
Society of Artists for presenta- 
tion to the San Francisco Art 
Association.) 
5524. Jonquils. . , --, ^ 

5525 Sunset: New England Coast. 
5526'. The Woman with Black Furs and 

Fire Opals. 
5527 Nymph with Ducks. 

5528. Couch on the Porch: Cos Cob. 

5529. Peonies. 

5530 In the Shadow of the Vine. 

5531. The Little River in June. 

5532. The West Indian Girl. 

5533 The Ancient Window of Nemours. 
5534! California Hills in Spring. 

5535. The Strawberry Tea Set. . 

5536. Spring Morning in California. 

5537. Telegraph Hill. 

5538. The Terre Cuit Tea bet. 

5539. Aphrodite. 

5540. The South Ledges. 

5541. Nude. 

SCULPTUEE 

WEINMAN, ADOLPH ALEXANDER 

5542. Heroic Courage. 

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UNITED STATES SECTION 



ADAMS, HERBERT 

5543. Meditation. 
MACNEILL, HERMON' A. 

5544. Navajo Orator. 
■BRIGHT. ALICE MORGAN 

5545. Beside the Pool. 

GALLERY 79 

PAIXTIXGS 

CHASE, WILLIAM MERRITT 

5546. Miss Savageau. 

5547. A Poor Man's MeaL 

5548. Self Portrait. 

5549. Portrait: Hilda Spong. 

5550. Just Onions. 

5551. Portrait of an Artist. 

5552. Steichen. 

5553. Helen. 

5554. A Passenger Boat. 

5555. Venice. 

5556. Italian Landscape. 

5557. Back of the TiUa. 

5558. Portrait Group. 

5559. Old Houses: Venice. 

5560. Long Island Landscape. 

5561. On a Grand Canal. 

5562. Day Dream. 

5563. Portrait of J. Frank Currier. 

5564. Mr. Sullivan. 

5565. The Orangerj-. 

5567. Woman in White Buttoning Gloves. 

5568. La Salute. 

5569. Mrs. Vonnoh. 

5570. Mrs. Sullivan. 

5571. R. U. Johnson. 

5572. Big Copper Kettle and Fish. 

5573. Study of a Young Girl. 

5574 Woman with the White Shawl. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts. 

5575. Still Life: Fish. 

5576. Mrs. Mason. 

5577. Mrs. Chase. 

GALLERY 83 

PAINTINGS 

FLORENCE. M. SARGENT 

5578. Panel. 

5579. Panel. 
MERRITT, ANNA LEA 

5580. Lure of Fame. 
FLORENCE. M. SARGENT 

5581. Panel. 

5582. Panel. 

SCtlLPTTEE 

HOLM, VICTOR S. 

5583. Edmund H. Wuerpel, Esq. 
CORBETT, GAIL SHERMAN 

5584. Bust of Rev. Samuel J. Calthrop. 
PICCIRILLI, ATTILIO 

5585. Fragment of a Statue. 

5586. Fragment of a Statute. 
BRENNER, VICTOR D. 

5587. Womanhood. 
GANIERE, GEORGE ETIENNE 

5588. Head of Lincoln. 
DALLIN, CYRUS EDWIN 

5589. My Boys. 
BRENNER, VICTOR D. 

5590. Seeking. 

GALLERY 87 

PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 

DAVIE S, ARTHUR B. 

5591. Two Voices. 

5592. Ensapphired Italy. 

5593. Friend's Fancy. 

5594. The Chord of Change. 

5595. Summer Storm. 



5596. Summer Has O'erhrimmed. 

5597. Silver- Veined Earth. 

5598. Drawing. 

5599. Drawing. 

5600. Drawing. 

5601. Drawing. 

5602. Drawing. 

5603. Drawing. 

5604. Drawing. 

5605. Drawing. 

5606. Drawing. 

5607. Drawing. 

5608. Drawing. 

5609. Drawing. 

5610. Drawing. 

5611. Drawing. 

5612. Mountaineers. 

5613. Shadowy Prefaces. 

5614. Evening Among the Ruins. 

5615. The Wind's Way. 

5616. Bucolic. 

5617. Poetic Memories. 

5618. Under the Bough. 

5619. Facades. 

5620. Sacramental Tree. 

5621. Interwoven. 

5622. Overborne. 

SCTJIiPTUEE 

PRATT, BELA LYON 

5623. Upstream and Downstream. 
GRAFLY, CHARLES 

5624. Maidenhood. 
AITKEN, ROBERT 

5625. A Thing of Beauty. 
CHAMBERLIN, F. TOLLES 

5626. The Cup Bearer. 
BURROUGHS, EDITH WOODMAN 

5627. Vine Leaves. 

GALLERY 88 

PAINTINGS 

REDFIELD, EDWARD W. 

5628. May: Delaware Valley. 

5629. Easter Morning. 

5630. Across the Canal. 

5631. The Spring Freshet. 

5632. After the Blizzard. 

5633. A Village in France. 

5634. Snow Storm. 

5635. Brook in Winter. 

5636. The Canal in Winter. 

5637. In the Woods. 

5638. Grey Day: Center Bridge. 

5639. Rhododendrons. 

5640. Overlooking the River. 

5641. Equihen: France. 

5642. The Quarry Road. 

5643. Meadow and Brook. 

5644. Spring. 

5645. On the Delaware River. 

5646. Autumn. 

5647. Woodland Solitude. 

5648. Between Daylight and Darkness: 

New York City. 

5649. Winter at Center Bridge. 

5650. Stover's Mill. 

SCTJXPTtTEE 

GRAFLY, CHARLES 

5651. Edward W. Redfield. 

5652. The Entomologist. 

Lent by Henry L. Viereck, Esq. 

GALLERY 89 

PAINTINGS 

DE CAMP, JOSEPH 

5653. The Fur Jacket. 

5654. Portrait of Frank Duveneck. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

5655. The 'Cellist. 



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UNITED STATES SECTION 



BENSON. PRANK "W. 

5656. The Coot Shooter. 

5657. The Hill Top. 

5658. Mother and Child. 
PEIXOTTO. ERNEST 

5659. Villa Lante. 
LA FARGE, JOHN 

5660. Kwaunon Meditating on Human Life. 
PEIXOTTO, ERNEST 

5661. The Pool. 
WHISTLER, JAMES MC NEILL 

5662. Green and Violet: Portrait of Mrs. E. 

Millicent Cobden. 
DE CAMP, JOSEPH 

5663. Girl with a Book. 
WHISTLER, JAMES MC NEILL 

5664. Portrait: Mrs. Huth. 

Lent bv Louis Huth, Esq. 
DE CAMP, JOSEPH 

5665. Penseroso. 
WHISTLER, JAMES MC NEILL 

5666. Note Blanche: Whistler's Study of Jo. 

Lent by the Estate of Mrs. E. M. 
Cobden. 

SCULPTURE 

PRATT, BELA LYON 

5667. Young Mother. 

5668. Echo. 

5669. The Butterfly. 

5670. Lord Amherst. 
LONGMAN, EVELYN BEATRICE 

5671. Female Torso. 

5672. Female Torso. 
PRATT, BELA LYON 

5673. Study of a Young Girl. 

GALLERY 90 

PAINTINGS 

MARIN, JOHN 

5674. The Blue Mountain: Tyrol. 

5675. Fir Trees: Maine. 

5676. Carrying Place Head: Maine. 

5677. Spruce with Moss. 

5678. Off Wallace's Head. 

5679. Tree and Rock Forms. 

5680. Coming Storm: Cast Island. 

5681. Hudson River: West Point. 

5682. Downtown New York. 

5683. Waves and Rock: Big Wood Island. 

5684. Pine Tree: Casco Bay. 

5685. Brooklyn Bridge: New York. 

5686. Pine Tree: Maine. 

5687. Big Wood Island. 

5688. Bridge-on-Seine. 

5689. Pitch Pine: Casco Bay. 

5690. Mountains and Mist Forms. 

5691. Mountain in Mist: Kupstein. 

5692. Fish House Cove: Casco Bay. 

5693. Black Clouds: Paris. 

5694. From Peekskill: Hudson. 

5695. Casco Bay. 

5696. Little Bit: Casco Bay. 

5697. Cat Point: Casco Bay. 

5698. Mountain and Lake: Tyrol. 

5699. Rocks and Trees. 

5700. The Mountains: Kupstein. 

GALLERY 91 

PAINTINGS 

TWACHTMAN, JOHN H. 

5701. Hill at Arc-la-Bataille. 

5702. Niagara. 

5703. Summer. 

5704. Sailing. 

5705. Greenwich Hills. 

5706. On the Upper Terrace. 

5707. Frozen Stream. 

5708. Phlox. 



5709. Bridge in Spring. 

5710. Harbor View Hotel. 

GALLERY 92 
PAINTINGS 

CADENASSO, GIUSEPPE 

5711. The Reflection. 
ALBERT, ERNEST 

5712. Ten Above Zero. 
PADDOCK, JOSEPHINE 

5713. Youth. 
ROTH, ERNEST D. 

5714. A Winter Landscape. 
BROWNELL, MATILDA 

5715. Girl with Columbine. 
DOUGHERTY. PARKE C. 

5716. Mont St. Michel. 
COLEMAN, CHARLES CARYL 

5717. Sorrow. 
DOUGHERTY, PARKE C. 

5718. Moonlight, 
JANSSON, ALFRED 

5719. Illinois Landscape. 
TOWLE, LEDYARD H, 

5720. Birl and Macaw, 
DE VOLL, F, USHER 

5721. Quebec from the Fortifications, 
GOODWIN, ARTHUR CLIFTON 

5722. T Wharf: Boston, 
CLARKSON, RALPH 

5723. Portrait of E. G. Keith, Esq. 
GOODWIN, ARTHUR CLIFTON 

5724. Boylston Street: Boston, 

SCULPTTJEE 

WARNER, OLIN L, 

5725. Maude Morgan, 

Lent by C. E, S, Wood, Esq. 
WEINMAN, ADOLPH A. 

5726. Portrait of W. R. M„ Esq, 

5727. Chief Blackbird. 
POLASEK, ALBIN 

5728. Aspiration. 

GALLERY 93 
PAINTINGS 

BELLOWS, GEORGE 

5729. Jeanette with Cat. 

5730. Polo Crowd, 

5731. Laura. 

5732. River Front. 

5733. Excavation at Night. 

5734. North Country. 

5735. Day in June, 

5736. Cloudy Day, 

5737. Portrait of a Young Lady, 

5738. Grandmother. 

5739. Boy. 

5740. Portrait of Judge Peter B. Olney. 

SCULPTUEE 

ADAMS, HERBERT 

5741. Infant Burbank. 
ZETTLER, EMIL ROBERT 

5742. Professor T. S. 
WEINMAN, ADOLPH A. 

5743. BaU Pitcher. 
CALDER, A. STIRLING 

5744. Laughing Boy, 
WEINMAN, ADOLPH A. 

5745. The Bowler. 

GALLERY 94 
PAINTINGS 

MACRUM, GEORGE H. 

5746. Wool worth Building from West Street. 
HARRISON, BIRGE 

5747. The Tow on the Lake. 
WARREN, FRANK C. 

5748. A Mediterranean Village. 



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MC COLL, ilARY A. 

5749. Reflections. 
WARREN, FRANK C. 

5750. In the Sahara. 

5751. The Caravan in the Desert. 

5752. Evening. 

5753. Landscape with Figures. 
HARRISON, BIRGE 

5754. Floating Ice. 
WARNER, EVERETT L. 

5755. Brooklvn Bridee, 
COLT, MORGAN 

5756. Long Island Moor. 
COOLIDGE, MARY ROSAMOND 

5757. Portrait of S. Burtis Baker. 
COOPER, COLIN CAMPBELL 

5758. Fifth Avenue: New York. 
STEWART, JULIUS L. 

5759. Venice. 
COLT, MORGAN 

5760. A StiU Day. 
BADITZ, LAZAR 

5761. Self Portrait. 
COOPER, COLIN CAMPBELL 

5762. Bowling Green: New York. 
BOWDOIN, HARRIETTE 

5763. A Venetian Highway. 
O'BRIEN, FRANK M. 

5764. Dunes in Italv. 
LA FARGE, BANCEL" 

5765. The Willow. 
OLSON, ALBERT BYRON 

5766. Decoration: The Three Sisters. 
WALTMAN, HARRY FRANKLIN 

5767. Vermont. 
TYSON, CARROLL S., JR. 

5768. Before Morning. 
QUINLAN, WILL J. 

5769. Mt. Rainier from Pinnacle Peak. 
EATON, CHARLES WARREN 

5770. Summer Night: Lake Como. 
WENTZ, HENRY 

5771. November: Five P. M. 
TAYLOR, CHARLES J. 

5772. Sandv Creek Bridge. 
PIERCE, LUCY V. 

5773. Carmel Landscape. 
HARRISON, BIRGE 

5774. Evening in Philadelphia. 
FOOTE, MARY 

5775. Portrait of Mrs. Herman Kobbe. 
HARRISON. BIRGE 

5776. White Wings. 

5777. The Red Saw MiU. 
KENDALL, SERGEANT 

5778. Venetian Brocade. 

SCULPTURE 

ALFANO, VINCENZO 

5779. Cicero. 

5780. Mother's Love. 
AZZI, MARIUS A. 

5781. Flower Giri. 

GALLERY 95 
HERTER LOOMS 

5782. Tapestry. 

5783. Tapestry. 

5784. Tapestry. 

5785. Tapestry. 

5786. Tapestry. 

5787. Tapestry. 

5788. Tapestrj'- 

5789. Tapestrv. 

5790. Tapestry. 

5791. Tapestry. 

5792. Tapestrv. 

5793. Tapestrv. 

5794. Tapestrv. 
HERTER LOOMS 

5795. Furniture. 



AUZERAIS, LOUIS F. 

5796. Collection of Fen Potterv. 
PATIGIAN, HAIG 

.5797. Daniel Monroe Burns. 

SCULPTUSB 

RUMSET, CHARLES GARY 

5798. Lion Cub. 

5799. Buffalo and Calf. 

5800. Hound. 

5801. Horse and Man Drinking. 

5802. Study for Centaur. 

5803. Scratching Dog. 

5804. Stone Bull. 

GALLERY 96 
PAINTINGS 

PEYRAUD, FRANK C. 

5805. October. 
DIXON, MAYNARD 

5806. Navajo Women. 
COUSE, E. IRVING 

5807. Twilight: Taos Pueblo. 
SNELL, HENRY B. 

5808. The Cargo Boat. 
PYLE, WILLIAM SCOTT 

5809. The Composer. 
LAMB, F. M. 

5810. Our New England. 
FROELICH, MAREN M. 

5811. The Chinese Robe. 
PEARSON, JOSEPH T., JR. 

5812. Ducks in a Marsh. 
FINN, JAMES WALL 

5813. Girl with a Fan. 
GROLL, ALBERT LOREY 

5814. Lake Louise. 
SANDONA, MATTEO 

5815. Portrait of Mrs. Leo Lentelli. 
DEMING, EDWIN WILLARD 

5816. Prayer to the Manes of the Dead. 
EATON, CHARLES WARREN 

5817. The Shawangunk Valley. 
WOOLF, SAMUEL JOHNSON 

5818. The News Stand. 
BREDIN, R. SLOAN 

5819. The Farm. 

GALLERY 97 

PAINTINGS 

WAUGH, FREDERICK J. 

5820. Coming of the Line Storm. 
OBERTEUFFER. GEORGE 

5821. Fishing Boats. 
ROBERTS, ALICE MUMFORD 

5822. The Laughing Girl. 
WUERPEL, EDMUND H. 

5823. The Call of Lingering Dav. 
PUTHUFF, HANSON 

5824. Grav Day in Stimmer. 
LUKS, GEORGE 

5825. The Mother. 

5826. Man in Brown. 
WAUGH, FREDERICK J. 

5827. The Maine Coast, 
RUNGIUS, CARL 

5828. On Wilcox Pass. 
BORIE, ADOLPHE 

5829. Ladv with Black Scarf. 
WAUGH, FREDERICK J. 

5830. The Southern Gulf Stream. 
LOCKMAN, DE WITT M. 

5831. Portrait of Miss D. 
RUNGIUS, CARL 

5832. Canadian Rockies. 
AMES. BLANCHE 

5833. General Adelbert Ames. 
WUERPEL, EDMUND H. 

5834. Late Afternoon. 



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PHILIPPINE SECTION 



MURA, FRANK 

5835. On the Downs: Sompting. 
PARTINGTON, GERTRUDE 

5836. Portrait of Mrs. Jack Allan Parting- 

ton. 
GRAY, FREDERICK G. 

5837. Portrait Study: Hon. Joseph G. Can- 

non. 
WUERPEL, EDMUND H. 

5838. Gathering Clouds. 
HUNT, E. AUBREY 

5839. A Tidal River. 
ADAMS, PHILIP 

5840. The Sailor. 

GALT, CHARLES FRANKLIN 

5841. The Etcher. 



LATHROP, WILLIAM LANGSON 

5842. Summer Afternoon. 
POOKE, MARION L. 

5843. The Chess Plavers. 
BROWNELL, MATILDA 

5844. Girl in the Chinese Porcelain Room. 
"WUERPEL, EDMUND H. 

5845. An Evening Symphony. 
PAGE, MARIE DANFORTH 

5846. Portrait of Anna Coleman Ladd. 

SCULPTUEE 

LAESSLE, ALBERT 

5847. The Bronze Turkey. 



PHILIPPINE SECTION 



GALLERY 98 

PAIXTIXGS AND DEAWIKG8 

AMORSOLO, F. 

5848. Landscape. 
ASUNCION 

5849. A Bunch of Bananas. 
CULLER, TOMAS 

5850. A "Water Carrier. 
ESPIRITU, A. 

585L A Gardener. 

5852. Assassination of Governor Bustamante. 
FABIE, S. L. 

5853. A Garden Comer. 

5854. Country "Wavs. 
HERRER, JOAQUIN M. 

5855. The Model. 

5856. Sampling. 
HIDALGO, FELIX R. 

5857. The Corpse of a Tribal Chief Lying in 

State. 

5858. Assassination of Governor Bustamante. 

5859. The Surf. 

5860. Moonlight. 

5861. Landscape. 

5862. Archeronte. 

5863. A Portrait. 

5864. Landscape. 



5865. Christian Maidens Before the Mob. 

5866. Marine. 

5867. Hero and Leander. 
LUNA, JUAN 

5868. A Dutch Scene. 

5869. A Parisienne. 
MORENO, AGAPITA 

5870. A Baguio Landscape. 
O'FARRELL, G. 

5871. Landscape. 

5872. Landscape. 
REYES, N. 

5873. Landscape. 
RIVERA y MIR, VICENTE 

5874. A Filipino Maiden. 

5875. A Filipino Dame. 

5876. A Sick Man. 
DE LA ROSA, FABIAN 

5877. My Cat. 

5878. Resentment. 

5879. A Billet Doux. 

5880. A Dining Room Corner. 

5881. A Portrait of Miss Hidalgo. 
ZARAGOZA M. 

5882. Gallantry. 

5883. At Prayer. 



UNITED STATES SECTION 



GALLERY 99 

PAIXTIN6S 

FISHER. MARK 

5884. The Rick Yard. 
POWERS. MARION 

5885. The Bouquet. 
WENDEL, THEODORE 

5886. Ipswich Marsh. 
SPAETH, MARY HAUGHTON 

5887. Penelope Roberts. 
TITCOMB. M. BRADISH 

5888. Hillside and Harbor. 
SMITH, CHARLES L. A. 

5889. The Retreating Light. 
STEELE, THEODORE C. 

5890. The Hill Countrv. 
BERNEKER, LOUIS F. 

5891. Coral and Blue. 
OCHTMAN, LEONARD 

5892. The Brook in Spring. 
BRAUN, MAURICE 

5893. Hills and VaUev: Southern California. 
EBERT, CHARLES 

5894. Earlv November. 
WILLIAMSON, ADA C. 

5895. Baby in a French Cap. 



BITTINGER, CHARLES 

5896. After Supper. 
POOKE, MARION L. 

5897. The WaU Flower. 
TADAMA, F. 

5898. Public Market: Seattle. 
BISSELL, HELEN RATHBUN 

5899. Old Melodies. 
MANIGAULT, E. MIDDLETON 

5900. Pastoral. 
DEMING, EDWIN WILLARD 

5901. Vow of Vengeance. 
SCHLEGELL, GUSTAV VON 

5902. Positano Lemon Vine. 

SCITLPTUEE 

YOUNG, MAHONRI M. 

5903. Dav Dreams. 
LADD, ANNA COLEMAN 

5904. Eleanora Duse. 

GALLERY 100 

PAIKTIXGS 

CUNEO, C"YRUS CINCINNATO 

5905. The Mother. 
BREMER, ANNE M. 

5906. Isabella. 



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UNITED STATES SECTION 



""^Jo^T ^Spa'^S'h Fair in the Time of Goya. 
NELL, TONY 

NELL, TONY 

5910. Floating Feather. 
PADDOCK, JOSEPHINE 

5911 The Blue Feather. 
EBERT, CHARLES 

5912 Monhegan Headlands. 

^-'59?3^ wSier'^^Sonhern France. 
YATES, CDLLEN 

5914. Spring. _,^„ 
SHAW, SYDNEY DALE 

5915. Nature's Screen. 

5916. Woodland Fete. 

5917 Southwestern Summer. 
BRYANT, MAUD DREIN 

5918. Still Life: Asters. 
PERRY, LILLA CABOT 

5919. Open Air Concert. 
DUNLAP, HELENA 

59'>0 The Senor s (warden. 
WAITE, EMILY BURLING 

5921 Tijmentje Cleaning Brass. 
MACKY, E. SPENCER 

5922 Mother and Chiia. 
FARNDON, WALTER 

5923. Wistaria Arbor. 
WAITE, EMILY BURLING 

5924 A Morning in September. 
BEAL, REYNOLDS 

5925. Orr's Mills. 
POOR, HENRY VARNUM 

5926. The Orchardist and His i! amuy. 
LINDE, OSSIP L. 

5927. Venice. 
RANDOLPH, LEE F. 

5928. The Grape Vine. 
WHITEMAN, S. EDWIN 

5929. Summer Breeze. 

SCULPTUEE 

LADD, ANNA COLEMAN 

5930. High Tide: Low Tide. 
HYATT, ANNA VAUGHAN 

5931. Colts in a Storm. 
SIMONS, AMORY C. 

5932 Having a Hard Tmie. 
FAIRBANKS, AVARD 

5933. The Baby. 
KONTI, ISIDORE 

5934. Scherzo. 
SIMONS, AMORY C. 

5935. Mastiff Dog. 

5936. The Storm. 
AKELEY, CARL E. 

5937. Stung. 
WARNER, OLIN L. 

5938. Maude^Morgan^ ^_ ^_ ^^^^_ ^^^_ 

LADD, ANNA COLEMAN 

5939. Sleeping Furies. 
HYATT, ANNA VAUGHAN 

5940. Winter Group. 

5941. Jaguar Reaching. 
NOQUET, PAUL 

5942. Weeping Man. 

FRY, SHERRY EDMUNDSON 

5943. Chief Mahaska. 
NOQUET, PAUL 

5944. Despair. 



GALLERY 101 

DRAWINGS AND MONOTYPES 

WILLIAMSON, SHIRLEY 

5945. Monotype No. 1. 

5946. Monotype No. 10. 

5947. Monotype No. 6. 

5948. Monotype No. 4. 

5949. Monotype No. 5. 

5950. Monotype No. 9. 
HOBART, CLARK 

5951. May Flowers. 

5952. Speak 1 

5953. Evening. 

5954 Homeward Patn. 

lilt Symphony in Red and Blue. 

5956. The Morning Walt. 

5957. Goin' to Meetin*. 
5958 The Tribute. 

WILLIAMSON, SHIRLEY 

5959. Monotype No. 14. 

5960. Monotype No. 1^. 

5961. Monotype No. 16. 

5962. Monotype No. 1^. 

5963. Monotype No. 15. 

5964. Monotype No. H. 
HOBART, CLARK 

5965. California Night. 

5966. The Bathing Pool. 

5967. Sylvan Glade. 

5968 Sunday Afternoon. 

5969 The Lady Guinivere. 
5970". The White Cloud. 

5971. Midday Rest. 

5972. Sleep. 
JAKOBI, RUTH 

5978. City Square. 

5974. Towards Evening. 

5975. The Beach. 

5976. Silent Street. 

5977. Reaping. 

5978. Water Front. 

5979. On the Sand. 

5980. Brooklyn Bridee. 
WILLIAMSON, SHIRLEY 

5981. Monotype No. 7. 

5982. Monotype No. 8. 
MARTINEZ, XAVIER T. 

5983. At the Grove. 
5984 The Fairy Dance. 

5985. In the Hills. 

5986. Peace. 

5987. At the Pool. 

5988. Spring Dance 
WILLIAMSON, SHIRLEY 

5989. Monotype No. 6. 

5990. Monotype No. ^. 
LONDONER, AMY 

5991. Park Bench. 

5992. The Bathers. 
'^ciQB Woman in UlacK. 

I994. Boardwalk: Atlantic City. 
5995. The Fairy Tale. 
5996 Trees and Mountains. 
5997'. Cripple Creek. 
5998. A Strange House. 

^??9''9''^FoUy'^t?adingLove: An Allegory. 

6000. The Chess Players. 

6001. Nymph at Pool. 

6002. The Peacock. 

6003. The Green Vase. 

6004. Fairy Tales. 

6005. Wood NjTnph. 

6006. Going to the Dance. 

GALLERY 102 

PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 

HALE. LILIAN WESTCOTT 

6007. Bleeding Hearts. 

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UNITED STATES SECTION 



JACKSON, ANNIE HURLBURT 

6008. Child's Head. 
BUTLER, THEODORE EARL 

6009. Sunrise. 

HALE, LILIAN WESTCOTT 

6010. Gardenia Rose. 
BUTLER. THEODORE EARL 

6011. Peonies. 

HALE, LILIAN WESTCOTT 

6012. Madonna Lilies. 
BUTLER, THEODORE EARL 

6013. Afternoon. 

HALE, LILIAN WESTCOTT 

6014. Anemones. 
MIELZINER, LEO 

6015. A Profile in Silver Point. 
BUTLER, J. J. P. 

6016. Autumn Landscape. 
TAYLOR, FRANK WALTER 

6017. Fete: Night. 

6018. Illustration: The Iron Woman. 

6019. Souvenir of Versailles. 
ZORACH, WILLIAM 

6020. Flowers. 
TAYLOR, FRANK WALTER 

6021. The Beach: Brighton. 
ZORACH, WILLIAM 

6022. The Wood Cutters. 
TAYLOR, FRANK WALTER 

6023. The Pool: London. 

6024. The Villas: Trouville. 
ZORACH, WILLIAM 

6025. Woods in Autumn. 
TAYLOR, FRANK WALTER 

6026. The Cargo: London. 
ZORACH, WILLIAM 

6027. The Country Vallev. 
TAYLOR, FRANK WALTER 

6028. At the Races: Deauville. 
BOONE, CORA 

6029. Tulips. 
HOPKINSON, CHARLES 

6030. Effect of Light. 

6031. Effect of Light. 
TAYLOR, FRANK WALTER 

6032. Illustration: The Iron Woman. 
LANGTRY, MARY 

6033. Personally Conducted. 
HOPKINSON, CHARLES 

6034. Effect of Light. 

6035. Effect of Light. 
BOONE, CORA 

6036. A Pot of Flowers. 

GALLERY 103 

PAINTINGS 

CRISP, ARTHUR 

6037. A Song Hit. 

6038. The Philanderer. 
DILLAYE, BLANCHE 

6039. On the Grand Morin. 
HALLOWELL, GEORGE HAWLEY 

6040. The Logan. 
PERCY, ISABELLA C. 

6041. Interior of Mission: San Juan. 
HALLOWELL, GEORGE HAWLEY 

6042. Wood's Lake. 
WARREN, HAROLD B. 

6043. Autumn. 
HALLOWELL. GEORGE HAWLEY 

6044. The Driving Pitch. 
BOWDOIN, HARRIETTE 

6045. A Bit of Sunshine. 
DILLAYE, BLANCHE 

6046. Moonlight. 
LA FARGE, BANCEL 

6047. The Ravine. 
FINKELNBURG, AUGUSTA 

6048. The Old Homestead. 



DAWSON, GEORGE WALTER 

6049. An Old Cottage Rose. 
MC CARTER, HENRY 

6050. Return from Foray: Early Ireland. 

6051. Yearly Tribute to the King of Tara. 
DAWSON, GEORGE WALTER 

6052. Rose-Covered Wall: Spain. 
PRESTON, JAMES 

6053. Market Place. 
LATHROP, WILLIAM LANGSTON 

6054. Landscape. 

6055. A Grey Day. 
LAMB, F. M. 

6056. Threatening. 
HALLOWELL, GEORGE HAWLEY 

6057. The Snow Path. 
PETERSON, JANE 

6058. Sunlight and Shadows: Venice. 
HALLOWELL, GEORGE HAWLEY 

6059. Island Lake. 

6060. New Hampshire Snow. 

6061. The Choppers. 
PETERSON, JANE 

6062. Old Venice. 
COOPER, COLIN CAMPBELL 

6063. A Salem Residence. 

6064. Mountains at Gruyeres: Switzerland, 

6065. The White House. 
HALE, PHILIP LESLIE 

6066. Autumn Fruits. 
NEUHAUS. EUGEN 

6067. Cliffs at Westport. 

6068. Helvetia Cemetery. 
HALE, PHILIP LESLIE 

6069. A Passing Hour. 

6070. Wistaria and the Mysterious Miss 

Wistar. 

SCULPTURE 

KEMEYS, EDWARD S. 

6071. Fighting Panther and Deer. 

GALLERY 104 

PAINTINGS 

SCHUSTER, DONNA 

6072. Concert in the Court of the Four 

Seasons. 
NUNN, FREDERIC 

6073. Sand and Sea. 
SCHUSTER, DONNA 

6074. Construction Work to the South of 

the Tower of Jewels. 
SELDEN, HENRY BILL 

6075. Cloudy Morning. 
SCHUSTER, DONNA 

6076. Construction Work to the South of 

the Tower of Jewels. 
NUNN, FREDERIC 

6077. Harbor in Winter. 
MUHRMAN, HENRY 

6078. Autumn Landscape with Children. 

6079. Chrysanthemums. 

6080. Boy with White Coat. 

6081. Town and Sky. 

6082. Sunset. 

6083. Garden Flowers. 
CONANT, LUCY SCARBOROUGH 

6084. The Jungfrau at Noon. 

6085. Piz Languard from Rosegg Valley. 

6086. The Matterhorn. 

6087. The Sella Joch: Dolomites. 

6088. The Silver Lake of the Engadine. 

6089. The Beloved Pine: Campfer. 
SEARS, SARAH CHOATE 

6090. Pigeon Berries: Bermuda. 

6091. Hibiscus: Bermuda. 
ZIMMERMAN, M. W. 

6092. Across the Valley. 



[60] 



UNITED STATES SECTION 



Bavaria. 
1. 



SEARS, SARAH CHOATE 

6093. Morning Glories: Bermuda. 
BYNE, ARTHUR 

6094. The Bishop's Well: Palencia. 

6095. A Toledan Tenement. 

6096. An Old Palace in Avila. 

6097. Cathedral Silhouette: Saragossa. 

6098. Vigo from the Bay. 

6099. Patio in an Old Posada in Alcala. 

6100. Tarragona Cathedral Seen from the 

Cloister. 

6101. A Fountain in Lugo. 
MURPHY, CAROLINE BOWLES 

6102. In the Azores. 

6103. A Cloud. 
HARDING, GEORGE 

6104. Night: Australian Desert. 
MURPHY. CAROLINE BOWLES 

6105. Hot Springs. 
GILCHRIST, WALLACE W., JR. 

6106. Incoming Tide. 

6107. The Fish Dock. 

6108. Towards the Sun. 

6109. Rocks: The Maine Coast. 

6110. Twin Birches. 

6111. A Quiet Sea. 

GALLERY 105 

PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS AND MONOTYPES 

PRESTON, JAMES 

6112. Paris No. 6. 

6113. Paris No. 7. 

6114. Paris No. 5: Cafe. 

6115. Paris No. 

6116. Mamburg 

6117. Paris No, 
PRENDERGAST, MAURICE B. 

6118. Marine. 

6119. Rocks. 

6120. Beach. 

6121. Canal: Venice. 

6122. Decorative Sketch. 

6123. The Rocks. 
SHEELER, CHARLES 

6124. Landscape No. 5: 1914: Drawing. 

6125. Drawing No. 2: 1914. 

6126. Landscape No. 2: 1914. 

6127. Drawing No. 1: 1914. 

6128. Landscape: Bethlehem. 

6129. Mid-Ocean: 1908. 

6130. Landscape No. 2: 1915. 

6131. Landscape No. 3: 1915. 

6132. Landscape No. 4: 1915. 

6133. Landscape No. 5: 1914. 

6134. Interior: 1915. 
HART, GEORGE 

6135. Call of the South Sea. 

6136. Marie. 

6137. Athesie and Child. 
MARSHALL, E. NEWELL 

6138. Parroquet. 

6139. Parrot and Fruit. 

6140. Parrot and Grapes. 
PRENDERGAST, MAURICE B. 

6141. Beach. 

6142. Under the Trees. 

6143. Decorative Sketch. 

6144. Salute: Venice. 

6145. The Sea. 

6146. Landscape. 
MARSHALL, E. NEWELL 

6147. Parroquet and Peaches. 

6148. Parroquet and Anemones. 
HART, GEORGE 

6149. Hawaiian Cowboy. 
MARSHALL, E. NEWELL 

6150. Parrot. 



HART, GEORGE 

6151. My Friend Soloi. 

6152. Sweetheart. 
HARTMAN, C. BERTRAM 

6153. Erotic. 

6154. Elefantasy. 

6155. Birds of Paradise. 

6156. Ice Bear. 

6157. Lotophagi. 

6158. Flamingo Fantasy. 

6159. Admiration. 

6160. Vanity. 

SCULPTURE 

POLASEK, ALBIN 

6161. Portrait Bust of Theodore N. Ely. 

GALLERY 106 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 

HASSAM, CHILDE 

6162. Puerta del Sol: Toledo. 

6163. The Fete of Lannion: Grey Evening. 

6164. Sunset at Lannion. 

6165. The Old House with Elms. 

6166. Drawing for Thalassa. 

6167. Old Dutch Church. 

6168. The Old House: September. 

6169. The Quais: Lannion. 

6170. Thalassa. 

6171. The Dance. 

6172. Marsh Haymakers. 

6173. The Convent. 

6174. Moonrise at Sunset. 

6175. The River: Nude. 

6176. Shrimp Fishers. 

6177. Mt. Hood. 

6178. Hickory Trees. 

6179. Brittany Cottage. 

6180. La Clarte. 

6181. Skull Springs: Oregon. 

6182. The Squall: Gloucester. 

6183. Happy Valley: Harney Desert. 

6184. Street in Haarlem. 

6185. Deep Pool. 

6186. Water Lily and Nasturtiums. 

6187. Der Groot House: Haarlem. 

6188. Brelevenez: Second. 

6189. Antwerp Cathedral Spire. 

6190. Weir's Farm: The Rain. 

6191. St. Michael's: Lannion. 

6192. Brelevenez. 

6193. Shoals Garden. 

6194. Newfields: New Hampshire. 

6195. The Blue Sea: Appledore. 

6196. Portrait of a Young Girl. 

6197. Isles of Shoals: Duck Island. 

SCUIiPTUEE 

BISHOP, EMILY CLAYTON 

6198. Passing of the Seasons: Winter into 

Spring. 

GALLERY 107 

PAINTINGS 

LAWSON, ERNEST 

6199. Midday. 

6200. Hot Beds. 

6201. Palisade Road. 

6202. Launch Works. 
RAPHAEL, JOSEPH 

6203. Belgian Farm. 
FERGUSON, NANCY 

6204. Coming from Church: Princetown. 
RAPHAEL, JOSEPH 

6205. Environs of Brussels. 
LAWSON. ERNEST 

6206. Harlem River. 
MACKY, CONSTANCE 

6207. Portrait of Mrs. Frederick Roth. 



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UNITED STATES SECTION 



SINGER, WILLIAM H., JR. 

6208. In My Garden. 
TURNER, HELEN M. 

6209. Portrait. 
LAWSON, ERNEST 

6210. Boat Builders. 

6211. Young Trees in Winter. 

6212. Boat Club. 

6213. Red Church. 

6214. Hudson River and Palisades. 

6215. Hills at Innwood. 

6216. Beginning of Winter. 

SCUIiPTimB 

PICCIRILLI, ATTILIO 

6217. Head of a Boy. 

6218. Head of a Girl. 

GALLERY 108 

PAINTINGS 

WEBER, MAX 

6219. Still Life. 

6220. Potatoes. 
KUHN, WALT 

6221. Mural Decoration. 

Lent by John Quinn, Esq. 
WEBER, MAX 

6222. Decoration. 
MACRAE, ELMER LIVINGSTON 

6223. Iris. 
WEBER, MAX 

6224. Memories of a Chinese Restaurant. 
MAC RAE, ELMER LIVINGSTON 

6225. Fruit Decoration. 
WEBER, MAX 

6226. Indian Basket. 

MAC RAE, ELMER LIVINGSTON 

6227. Pear Decoration. 
PRENDERGAST, MAURICE B. 

6228. Mosaic. 

Lent by John Quinn, Esq. 

6229. Picnic. 

Lent by John Quinn, Esq. 
WEBER, MAX 

6230. Figures and Landscape. 
DAVIE S, ARTHUR B. 

6231. Mural Decoration. 

Lent by John Quinn, Esq. 
WEBER, MAX 

6232. Mexican Vases. 
HALPERT, SAMUEL 

6233. Lake George. 
DAVIE S, ARTHUR B. 

6234. Panel. 
PASCIN, JULES 

6235. Interior with Figure. 
SPEICHER, EUGENE 

6236. Still Life. 
MCFEE, HENRY LEE 

6237. Still Life. 
PASCIN, JULES 

6238. Story Teller. 
WEBER, MAX 

6239. Woman in Garden. 

6240. Carrying Fruit. 

6241. Woman and Tents. 
PASCIN, JULES 

6242. Boys Playing Marbles. 
WEBER, MAX 

6243. Still Life. 

GALLERY 109 
PAINTINGS 

HUNTINGTON, MARGARET WENDELL 

6244. Still Life. 
NORDELL, CARL J. 

6245. The Listeners. 



GOTTHOLD, FLORENCE WOLD 

6246. The Yellow Cat. 
BRYANT, MAUDE DREIN 

6247. Still Life: Crimson Ramblers. 
CARLES, ARTHUR B. 

6248. Torso. 

SMITH, GEORGE WASHINGTON 

6249. California Hillside. 
BRYANT, EVERETT L. 

6250. Peonies. 

WALTMAN, HARRY FRANKLIN 

6251. The Blue Fountain. 
BRECKENRIDGE, HUGH H. 

6252. White Vase. 

SMITH, GEORGE WASHINGTON 

6253. Eucalyptus Trees. 
TYSON, CARROLL S., JR. 

6254. A Midsummer's Day. 
RAPHAEL, JOSEPH 

6255. Tulip Fields. 
SHORE, HENRIETTA M. 

6256. Sisters. 
RAPHAEL, JOSEPH 

6257. Spring Winds. 
GOODWIN, ARTHUR CLIFTON 

6258. Boylston Street: Boston. 
REUTERDAHL, HENRY 

6259. Skyscrapers. 
ROBINSON, WILLIAM S. 

6260. Laurel Blossoms. 
MACRAE, ELMER LIVINGSTON 

6261. Summer: Martha's Vinevard. 
ADDAMS, CLIFFORD 

6262. Sadness. 
POWELL, ARTHUR J. E. 

6263. Bronx KiUs. 

SOULPTUBB 
BERGE, EDWARD 

6264. Undine. 

GALLERY 110 

PAINTINGS 

MC ILHENNY, C. MORGAN 

6265. A Gray Morning. 

Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 
ROLSHOVEN, JULIUS 

6266. The Refectory of San Damiano: 

Assisi. 

Lent by the Art Museum of 
Detroit. 
SPENCER, MARY 

6267. Peonies. 

HOWE, WILLIAM HENRY 

6268. Low Lands: Holland. 
THOMAS, SEYMOUR 

6269. Portrait: Henri Vignaud. 
WOODWELL, JOSEPH R. 

6270. Sand Dunes. 
RAPHAEL, JOSEPH 

6271. In Holland. 
VINTON, FREDERIC PORTER 

6272. Portrait: Mrs. Vinton. 
RICHARDS, WILLIAM T. 

6273. Marine. 

Lent by Frederick W. Tillman, 
Jr., Esq. 
RAPHAEL, JOSEPH 

6274. Market Dav on the Canal. 
MCKILLOP, WILLIAM 

6275. Portrait of Robert W. Chanler. 
CONNELL, EDWIN D. 

6276. The Dunes. 

DE WBNTWORTH, CECILE 

6277. Taper to Saint Genevieve. 
POORE, HENRY RANKIN 

6278. Twilight on the Moor. 
MUHRMAN, HENRY 

6279. The Barge. 



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UNITED STl^TES SECTION 



WOODWELL, JOSEPH R. 
6230. Squam River. 

6281. Mist from the Sea. 
REHN. FRANK K. M. 

6282. Where the Waves Sweep. 

GALLERY 111 

PAIXTIXGS 

PARTINGTON, J. H. E. 

6283. The Old Belhnan. 

Lent bv R. L. Partington, Esq. 
STETSON. CHARLES WALTER 

6284. Bather. 

6285. In Praise of Dionysos. 

6286. October. 
MORAN, PETER 

6287. Water Bearer: San Juan. 
EAKINS. THOMAS 

6288. The Home Ranch. 

6289. The Concert Singer. 

6290. The Veteran. 

6291. Portrait of Henry O. Tanner. 

6292. The Crucifixion. 

6293. The Bohemian. 
MORAN, PETER 

6294. September Haze. 
STETSON, CHARLES WALTER 

6295. Summer Joy. 

6296. The Love Song. 

6297. Portrait of Grace Ellery Channing- 

Stetson. 

6298. Moonrise Behind Cypresses. 
MORAN, PETER 

6299. Pueblo of Zia. 
STETSON, CHARLES WALTER 

6300. A Place of Peace. 

6301. Hanfaony. 

6302. Smugglers. 

SCULPTtTKE 

WARNER, OLIN 

6303. Bust of Colonel Wood. 

Lent bv C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 
PRATT, BELA LYON 

6304. Bust of Mrs. Pratt. 



GALLERY 112 

PAINTINGS 

LINDE, OSSIP L. 

6305. Steps: Venice. 
MC EWEN, WALTER 

6306. The Betrothed. 
6807. Oldebroeck. 

6308. Yes or No. 
MELCHERS, GARI 

6309. The Arbor. 

6310. Mother and Child. 

Lent bv James Deering, Esq. 

6311. North River. 

6312. Skaters. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emv of the Fine Arts. 
MCEWEN, WALTER 

6313. An Interlude. 
MELCHERS, GARI 

6314. Open Window. 

6315. Snow. 

BUTLER, HOWARD RUSSELL 

6316. Spirits of the Twilight. 
MELCHERS, GARI 

6317. Portrait Group. 

Lent bv Huso Reisinger Estate. 
VAN BOSKERCK, ROBERT W. 

6318. Gill Brook: Adirondacks. 
SUTTER, HENRY R. 

6319. Street Scene: Provincetown. 
HEYNEMANN, JULIA H. 

6320. Miss Mollv Muir. 
HOBART, CLARK 

6321. The Blue Bav: Monterey. 
HUBBELL, HENRY SALEM 

6322. The Crimson Charger. 
THOMPSON, LESLIE P. 

6323. Tea. 

SARGEANT, GENEVE RIXFORD 

6324. Floating Clouds. 

SCITLPTUEE 

CRENIER, HENRI 

6325. Girl and Butterflies. 
AKELEY. CARL E. 

6326. The Wounded Comrade. 



NETHERLANDS SECTION 



GALLERIES 113 to 116 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 

ADDICKS, CHRISTIAN JOHANNES 

6327. Mother and Child. 
BALWfi, C. F. 

6328. Road on the Heath. 
6829. The Old Cottage. 

BAUTZ, DAVID 

6330. Dead Birds. 

VAN BEEK, BERNARDUS ANTONIE 

6331. Dutch Landscape. 
VAN DEN BERG, WILLEM 

6332. Bov with Bowl of Fruit. 
BERKEMEYER, LUDOLPH 

6333. On the Banks of a Dutch Lake. 
DE BOER, GERARD J. 

6334. In the Garden of the Castle. 

6335. The Edge of the Forest. 
BOTTEMA, TJERK 

6336. Loading Hay. 

6337. Drinker. 

6338. Harvest Time. 
GATE, P. TEN 

6389. Autumn. 
COLLETTE, JOAN 

6340. Volendam. 

6341. Volendam Fisherman. 
LE COMTE, A. 

6342. Amsterdam. 



COSSAAR, J. C. W. 

6343. San Marco. 
DAKE, CAREL L. 

6844. The Three Holy Kings. 
DAKE, CAREL L., JR. 

6345. View of Mt. Tamalpais. 

6346. Chinese Gate: Hongkong. 

6347. Bolinas Bay. 

6348. Sheep Fold. 
DERKSEN, G. 

6349. Children Among Wildflowers. 
VAN DEVENTER, JOHANNA CORNELIA 

6350. Beeches. 
DOOYEWAARD, JACOB 

6351. Meditation. 
VAN DRIESTEN, A. J. 

6352. Autumn. 
VAN ESSEN, JAN. 

6353. Pelicans. 
FERWERDA, BEREND 

6854. Wheat Stacks. 
GARJEANNE. J. 

6355. Brook in Limburg. 

6356. Birch Trees in Sunshine. 

6357. Cottage on the Heath. 
GEERLINGS, JACQUES 

6358. Ploughing. 

GOED^^iIE^^), theodoor 

6359. Chapel in France. 



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GORI, BERTHA 

6360. Old Woman. 
DE GROOT, G. 

6361. In the Kempen Country. 
HAMEL, WILLEM 

6362. Sheep on the Dunes. 
HEYENBROCK, HERMAN 

6363. New Building. 

6364. Steel Works. 

6365. Belgian Colliery. 

6366. Factory in Winter. 

6367. Extinguishing Coke. 

6368. Belgian Glass Factory. 

VAN INGEN, HENDRIKUS ALEXANDER 

6369. Resting. 

6370. Head of a Cow. 

6371. Summertime. 

6372. Dutch Landscape. 

6373. Dutch Landscape. 
JANS, JAN 

6374. Spring Morning on the Dunes. 
JANSSEN, ROBERT M. 

6375. Repairing Fishing Nets in Katwyk. 

6376. Girl from lerseke, Zeeland. 
KERLING, ANNA E. 

6377. Diligent Old Woman. 

6378. Feeding the Chickens. 
KEVER, J. S. H. 

6379. Domestic Cares. 
KOPPENOL, C. 

6380. Sea near Scheveningen. 

6381. Loading Hay. 

6382. Geese near the Lake. 
KRABBfi, H. M. 

6383. Little Sis. 

6384. Belgian Refugees. 
KRAMER, MARTINUS 

6385. Wintertime in Belgium. 

6386. Wintertime in Holland. 
LEDEBOER, HANS 

6387. What I Saw in My Dreams. 
LtJCKER, EUGENE 

6388. Dordrecht. 

6389. Blooming Apple Tree. 

6390. Sions HiU: Nymegen. 

6391. Last Sunrays. 
LUYT, A. M. 

6392. Peasant Festival: Zeeland. 
VAN DER MAAREL, M. 

6393. On the Beach. 

6394. Country Road. 
MAUVE, A. R. 

6395. Wintertime. 
MAUVE, ANTOON 

6396. Returning Home. 

6397. Sheep Shearing. 

6398. A Warm Day. 

6399. Sunset in Winter. 
MENSION, C. J. 

6400. The Beast of Prey. 
MENTOR, A. 

6401. The Reincarnation of Satan. 

6402. The White Saviour. 

6403. The Highest Sacrifice. 
MESDAG, HENDRIK WILLEM 

6404. A Stormy Sea. 
MEYER, JOHAN 

6405. Early Morning. 
MONDRIAAN, FRITZ 

6406. The Golden Autumn. 

6407. By the Pond. 

DE MOOR, P. CORNELIUS 

6408. The Dance. 
MOOY, F. A. 

6409. Wintertime in Brabant. 
OERDER, FRANS 

6410. Nasturtium. 

6411. Waiting. 



OOSTERZEE, H. A. VAN 

6412. Autumnal Afternoon. 
VAN OVERBEEK, G. J. 

6413. Cart Horses at the Riverside. 
DE REGT, P. 

6414. Dreary Day in Spring. 
REPELIUS, BETSY 

6415. Interior of a Dutch Home. 
VAN RHYNNEN, JAN 

6416. Brook with Lilies. 
RINK, PAUL 

6417. Good Friday in Rome. 
ROELOFS, WILLEM E., JR 

6418. The Land of Tulips. 
ROSSE, HERMANN 

6419. The Water Palace. 

6420. Carmel Bay. 

6421. Garibeg Dal: a Javau Festival. 
SCHIEDGES, P. P. 

6422. Mill at Nigtevecht. 
SCHIPPERUS, PIETER ADRIANUS 

6423. Winter. 

6424. Autumn. 
SCHULMAN, DAVID 

6425. A Winter Afternoon in Laren. 
SLUITER, WILLY 

6426. At the Races. 
SMITH, HOBBE 

6427. Fisherman Knitting Nets. 
SNOECK, JACOB 

6428. Before the Open Door. 

6429. Cleaning Vegetables. 
VAN SOEST, LOUIS 

6430. Winter Evening. 

6431. Carnival. 
STERRE DE JONG, J. F. 

6432. Waiting for Breakfast. 

6433. In the Cornfield. 
TESTAS, P. H. 

6434. Constrained Thoughts of a Disagree- 

able Event in the Past. 

6435. Good Intentions Thwarted by Earthly 

Difficulties. 

6436. Caught Anger. 

6437. Corroding Pain. 

6438. Sarcastic Thoughts. 

6439. Purification from Evil Thoughts 

6440. Soul Still Bound to Earth. 

6441. Evil Thoughts Purified by Music. 

6442. Energetic Thought. 

6443. Troubles of Life. 
TOOROP, JAN 

6444. Fish Distribution in Katwyk. 
VAN TUSSENBROEK, OTTO 

6445. The Volendam Sailor. 
VELSEN, SUZE 

6446. Autumn. 
VLAANDERBN, JOHAN 

6447. Country Road in Overyssel. 

6448. The Country of Overyssel. 
VREEDENBURGH, C. 

6449. Unloading Peat on the Edge of a Canal. 

6450. Village of Blokzyl. 

6451. Village of Nieuwkoop. 

6452. In the Meadow. 
VREEDENBURGH-SCHOTEL, M. 

6453. Slum in the City of Hattem. 
VUUREN, JAN VAN 

6454. The Mill. 

VAN DER WAAY, NICOLAAS 

6455. The Looking Glass. 

6456. Dutch Orphan House Girl. 

6457. The Springtime of Life. 
VAN WALCHREN, PIET M. 

6458. The Cornmill. 
WANDSCHEER, MARIE 

6459. Nasturtiums. 



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NETHEELANDS SECTION 



YAN WANING, CORNELIS ANTHONY 

6460. Ancient Part of the Hague City. 

6461. Moonlight in Dordrecht. 
WARTENA, FROUKJE 

6462. In Flanders. 
VAN DER WEELE. H. J. 

6463. Dutch Ploughing Oxen. 
VAN DER WILLIGEN, C. A. 

6464. Nasturtium. 
ZON, JACOB 

6465. Nawj'ing. 

6466. Preparing Fodder, 

FEINTS, ETCHINGS, LITHOGRAPHS, ETC. 

BAUER, M. A. J. 

6467. Church in Moscow. 

6468. Street in Constantinople. 

6469. A Damascus Bazaar. 
BAUKEMA-PHILIPSE, M. 

6470. Castle Doorweerth. 
BODIFEE, PAUL 

6471. Old Town in "Winter. 

6472. Old Town. 
BOTTEMA, TJEERD 

6473. Winter at Laren, 

6474. House at Laren. 

6475. Steeple at Laren. 

GRAADT VAN ROGGEN, JOHANNES MAT- 
THEUS 

6476. Venice. 

6477. Venice. 
HARTING, DIRK 

6478. Steeple Amersfoort. 

6479. Amsterdam Lock. 

6480. Langegracht: Amersfoort. 

6481. Amersfoort I. 

6482. Amersfoort II. 

6483. Amersfoort Canal V. 

6484. Fairy Tale. 

6485. Amsterdam. 
HAVERKAMP, G. C. 

6486. Market in the Evening: Amsterdam. 

6487. Old Church: Amsterdam. 

6488. St. Pieter Leiden. 

6489. Antwerp. 
HEMELMAN, ALBERT 

6490. Small Gelder Yard. 

6491. Pile Driver: Amsterdam. 
ISRAELS, JOSEF 

6492. White Herons. 
ISRAELS, JOSEF 

6493. Knitting Fishing Nets. 
DE JONG, TOON 

6494. Yeere Cathedral. 

6495. Tjalk Outside Dordrecht. 
KOEKKOEK, GERARD 

6496. Delfshaven Harbor. 
KRAMER, MARTINUS 

6497. To the River. 

6498. Downs Oaks. 



LtJCKER, EUGENE 

6499. Old Mill. 

6500. Nymegen. 

6501. Shipbuilding Yard. 

6502. Cathedral. 

6503. Last Sunrays. 

6504. Winter Evening. 

6505. Old Houses. 
MARIS, MATTHEW 

6506. The Sower (after Millet). 
MOULYN, S. 

6507. Le Chateau Beaufort. 

6508. Study of the Nude. 

6509. Villa d'Este. 
POORTENAAR, JAN 

6510. Gateway, Westminster. 

6511. Roman Catholic Cathedral. 

6512. Moonrise. 

6513. Interned British Soldier. 

6514. First Arch, Waterloo Bridge. 

6515. At Blackfriars Station. 

6516. Sunset. 

6517. Westminster Abbey. 

6518. Coast of Cornwall. 

6519. Under the Viaduct: Amsterdam. 

6520. Waterloo Bridge and River. 

6521. Evening. 

6522. Blackfriars Bridge. 

6523. Nude. 

6524. Amsterdam: Kolkje. 

6525. Amsterdam: Beurs. 

6526. Amsterdam: New Church. 

6527. Amsterdam: Gateway. 

6428. Amsterdam: Reguliersgracht. 

6429. Amsterdam: St. Nicolai Church. 

6530. Newcastle: Castle Stairs. 

6531. Newcastle: Cathedral. 

6532. Newcastle: Cranes. 

6533. Newcastle: Shipbuilding I. 

6534. Newcastle: Shipbuilding II. 

6535. Newcastle: High Bridge. 
SHELFHOUT, LODEWYK 

6536. Winter 'Iree. 

6537. Les Angles. 
VAN DER VALK, M. 

6538. The Dog of Fo. 

6539. The Bridge. 

6540. Sandfihip. 

6541. Avenue. 

6542. River View. 

6543. Bridge. 

6544. Mill Near the Lake. 

6545. Old Boat. 

6546. Meadow Road. 

6547. Amsterdam. 

6548. Old MiU Delft. 

6549. Riverside. 

6550. Brook Near Warmond. 
VELSEN, SUZE 

6551. Sunny Doorlet. 

6552. Old Dutch Slum. 

6553. Old Gateway: Hasselt. 

6554. Door: Bethlehem Church. 



UNITED STATES SECTION 



GALLERY 117 

PAINTINGS 

MAURER, ALFRED H. 

6555. Bal Bullier. 
MAYER, LOUIS 

6556. Ladv with Black Veil. 
EBERT, CHARLES 

6557. The Fog Bow. 
HOFFMAN, HARRY LESLIE 

6558. Saturday Morning : Savannah Market 



WILLIAMS, GEORGE ALFRED 

6559. The Drama of the Sea : The Breakers. 
BERNINGHAUS, OSCAR E. 

6560. A Southwestern Pueblo. 
NOBLE, JOHN 

6561. Toilers of the Sea. 
ANDERSEN. MARTINUS 

6562. The Glittering Pageant. 
CASER, ETTORE 

6563. Old Venice. 



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UNITED STATES SECTION 



SEAWELL, HARRY W. 

6564. Interior. 
KIXG, PAUL 

6565. Winter. 
GRANVILLE-SMITH, WALTER 

6566. Clearing Mists. 
FOOTE, WILL HOWE 

6567. Gloucester Harbor. 
ALBRIGHT, ADAM EMORY 

6568. The Hill Road. 
PANCOAST, MORRIS HALL 

6569. La France Leaving Quarantine. 
ULLMAN, EUGENE PAUL 

6570. Head of a Young Woman. 
TROCCOLI, GIOVANNI BATTISTA 

6571. Woman with a Handkerchief. 
BRECKENRIDGE, HUGH H. 

6572. Corner of the Garden. 

6573. Studio Interior: Chinese Jar. 
SAND OR. MATHIAS 

6574. The Pueblo of Walpi. 
PRICE, C. S. 

6575. On the Plains. 
BRECKENRIDGE, HUGH H. 

6576. The Open Garden. 

6577. Studio Interior: The Tapestried Wall. 
HIGGINS, EUGENE 

6578. The Strange Land. 
VIVIAN, CALTHEA 

6579. Moonlight: St. Francis Sutter Park. 
IRVINE, WILSON 

6580. The Bathing Beach. 
CUNEO, RINALDO 

6581. Notre Dame: Paris. 
BOWER, ALEXANDER 

6582. The White Shore. 
WESSEL, HERMAN H. 

6583. The Harbor: He aux Moines. 

SCULPTUEE 

STERLING, LINDSEY MORRIS 

6584. Fountain: Afraid. 

GALLERY 118 

PAIXTIXGS 

BUTLER, EDWARD B. 

6585. The Brook. 

DUMOND, FREDERIC MELVILLE 

6586. Sea Carvings. 
COOPER. EMMA LAMPERT 

6587. Temple at Jaipur. 
COOPER, COLIN CAMPBELL 

6588. Beauvais Cathedral. 
BERLIN, HARRY 

6589. Vermont Hills. 
COOPER, EMMA LAMPERT 

6590. Side Street: Beauvais. 
STEELE, THEODORE C. 

6591. November Afternoon. 
BOWER, ALEXANDER 

6592. Snow-Covered Cliffs. 
BEAUMONT, LILIAN ADELE 

6593. The Satin Gown. 
KING, PAUL 

6594. June. 
GRANVILLE-SMITH, WALTER 

6595. Summer Breeze. 
SHARP, JOSEPH HENRY 

6596. Crucita : Taos Indian Girl. 
RAVLIN, GRACE 

6597. To the Cemetery: Venice. 
BRAUN, MAURICE 

6598. Sunlit Hills: Southern California. 
DUSTIN, SILAS S. 

6599. Midnight in New England. 
FARLEY, RICHARD BLOSSOM 

6600. Primrose Path. 
JONES, LEON FOSTER 

6601. A Misty Day in Winter. 



ALLIS, C. HARRY 

6602. Evening: Montreuil. 
LANGHORNE. KATHERINE 

6603. Rhode Island Pool. 
ASHLEY, CLIFFORD W. 

6604. Chase of the Bowhead Whale. 
NOYES, GEORGE L. 

6605. Winter Morning. 
FOURNIER, ALEXIS JEAN 

6606. Morning in Venice. 
ERICSON, DAVID 

6607. Low Tide. 
DE JONG, BETTY 

6608. The Dancing Girl. 
GROSSMANN, EDWIN BOOTH 

6609. StiU Life. 

DAVOL, JOSEPH BENJAMIN 

6610. Where Sea and River Meet. 
SELDEN, HENRY BILL 

6611. October Morning. 
FOOTE, MARY 

6612. Portrait of August Jaccaci, Esq. 
CLOSSON, WILLIAM BAXTER 

6613. A Glimpse of the Sea. 

GALLERY 119 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 

SNELL, HENRY B. 

6614. The Lighthouse bv Moonlight. 
PAPE, ERIC 

6615. The Mexican Dance. 
SNELL, HENRY B. 

6616. The Passing Steamer. 
ZIMMERMANN, M. W. 

6617. Across the Lake. 
COUSE, E. IRVING 

6618. An Indian Shepherd. 
WEBER, SARAH S. STILLWELL 

6619. Water Babv. 
WYETH, N. C. 

6620. Old Pew (Treasure Island). 

6621. Chinese Pirates. 

6622. The Picador. 

6623. Captain Bones Routs Black Dog 

(Treasure Island). 

6624. Ebenezer Balfour (Kidnaped). 
SCHOONOVER, FRANK E. 

6625. The Trail of the North. 
ARTHURS, STANLEY MASSEY 

6626. Overland Transportation. 
SCHOONOVER, FRANK E. 

6627. The Fur Brigade. 
ARTHURS, STANLEY MASSEY 

6628. The Evening Mail. 
BEEK. ALICE D. ENGLEY 

6629. Portrait Studv. 
GALLAGHER, SEARS 

6630. From the Bridge. 
EVERETT, HERBERT EDWARD 

6631. Cottage Garden. 

6632. Garden at Pipestave Hill. 
FINKELNBURG, AUGUSTA 

6633. Mv Woodsie Park. 
DUFNER, EDWARD 

6634. Portrait: A Rav of Sunlight. 
ROBINSON, BOARDMAN 

6635. Louvain. 
BENDA, WLADYSLAW T. 

6636. Laila. 

MC CARTER, HENRY 

6637. Lust for Gold. 
FORTUNE, E. CHARLTON 

6638. Moonlight. 
HURRY, LUCY W. 

6639. The Concert in the Garden. 
OAKLEY, THORNTON 

6640. Shinto Pilgrim. 

6641. Fisherman. 



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UNITED STATES SECTION 



6642. Faggot Gatherer. 

6643. Peasant Woman. 
DAVIS, STUART 

6644. The River. 

6645. The Fog. 
EISENLOHR, E. G. 

6646. First Furrows. 
MAURY, CORNELIA F. 

6647. The Three Bears Story. 
LICHTENAUER, J. MORTIMER 

6648. Studv for Harris Theater. 
KUHN, "WALT 

6649. Drawing. 

BROWN, CHARLOTTE HARDING 

6650. The Squab Syndicate. 

6651. Hump Yourself. 
FORTUNE. E. CHARLTON 

6652. The Galloway Inn. 
HARDING, GEORGE 

6653. The Fisherwoman. 
BROWN, CHARLOTTE HARDING 

6654. On the Hillside. 
BLUMENSCHEIN. MARY GREENE 

6655. A Girl. 

BENDA, WLADYSLAW T. 

6656. Amazons: I. 

6657. Amazons: II. 

DE ROSALES-BAGG, LOUISE 

6658. Portrait. 
PRESTON, JAMES 

6659. Regenburg: Bavaria. 

ELLIOTT, ELIZABETH SHIPPEN GREEN 

6660. Inspector Joly. 

6661. The First Communion. 
WEILL, EDMOND 

6662. October Haze. 

MAO GILVARY, NORWOOD 

6663. Autumn Idyl. 
FOLGER, ANNIE, B. 

6664. Sand Dunes. 
HURRY, LUCY W. 

6665. The Peacock. 

6666. Waiting for the Stage Coach. 
DE ROSALES-BAGG. LOUISE 

6667. Miss Betty Callish. 
CRISP, ARTHUR 

6668. The Little Spinster. 
MURA, FRANK 

6669. Washerwoman. 

6670. Market Carts. 

6671. Cottages in Warwick. 

6672. The Old Malt House. 

6673. Castle Wall: Warwick. 

6674. Street in Warwick: Winter. 

6675. Barges in Tow. 

6676. Cloudy Day on the Thames. 

6677. Brewers' Drayman. 

6678. Below London Bridge. 
HAWORTH, EDITH 

6679. Gibraltar. 

6680. Midsummer. 

6681. Cvpress Tree. 

6682. African Coast. 

6683. Village Street: Provincetown. 
HEYNEMANN, JULIA H. 

6684. Old Chinatown: San Francisco. 
WILSON, FLOYD 

6685. Chinatown: Portland. 
BALL. ROBERT E. JR. 

6686. The Palms. 
MAGER, GUS 

6687. Tulips and Irises. 
ROGERS, GRETCHEN W. 

6688. Still Life. 
BLUMENSCHEIN, ERNEST L. 

6689. Love of Life No. 2. 

6690. Love of Life No. 1. 
HARDING, GEORGE 

6691. The Wreckers. 



NORMAN, MABEL 

6692. Portrait of Mrs. Wm. R. Hunter. 

6693. Maestro Alessandro : Profile. 

6694. Portrait of Dr. George Cerio. 

6695. Matilde. 

6696. Portrait of Mrs. Helene Anderson. 

6697. Maestro Alessandro. 

6698. Portrait of Mr. Charles H. Hapgood. 
WYETH, N. C. 

6699. Roaring Skipper. 
MC CORMICK, HOWARD 

6700. Hopi Ceremonial. 
ROBINSON, BOARDMAN 

6701. Viva What's His Name: Mexico, '12. 

6702. Disease in the Wake of War: Bal- 

kans, '12. 
BECKER, MAURICE 

6703. The Older Generation. 

6704. The Bov and the Man. 
ROBINSON, BOARDMAN 

6705. T. R. in Old Madrid. 
WEBSTER, HERMAN A. 

6706. Rio Ogni Santi : Venice. 

6707. Ponte Santa Triniti. 

6708. Rio Delia Croce: Venice. 

6709. On the Arno : Florence. 

6710. Ponte Vecchio : Florence. 

6711. Ponte Delle Grazie: Florence. 
WOODBURY, CHARLES H. 

6712. Cut at Empire. 

6713. Near Pedro Mieuel. 

6714. Near Empire. 

6715. Sea Wall: Panama. 

6716. The Great Slide. 

6717. Culebra Cut. 
ABBEY, EDWIN A. 

6718. St. Agnes' Eve. 

6719. Parson Dunkhardt. 
LICHTENAUER, J. MORTIMER 

6720. Studv for Shubert Theatre. 
MIELZINER, LEO 

6721. Character Head. 
HUDSON, CHARLES W. 

6722. Sassafras Trees: Moonlight. 

6723. Oak Tree: Coming Storm. 
CAHILL, ARTHUR 

6724. Illustration for Western Story. 
STORRS, JOHN 

6725. Portrait. 
HALE, WALTER 

6726. The Walk Along the Ramparts. 

6727. The Chapel on the Rock: Le Puy. 
SLOAN, JOHN 

6728. Girl Undressing. 

6729. Woman on Roof. 

6730. At the Top of the Swing. 

6731. Return from Toil. 
DAVIS, STUART 

6732. The Cafe Loque. 

6733. A Back Yard. 
HUNTER, ISABEL 

6734. On the Exposition Grounds No. 1. 

6735. On the Exposition Grounds No. 2. 
HARDING, GEORGE 

6736. Busy Day at the Docks. 
KELLER, ARTHUR I. 

6737. The Young Critic. 
OLSON, ALBERT BYRON 

6738. Ballet. 
RANDOLPH, LEE F. 

6739. Avignon: Prance. 
PRENDERGAST, MAURICE B. 

6740. Promenade on Seashore No. 1. 
PICASSO, PABLO 

6741. Violon et Flacon. 
OLSON, ALBERT BYRON 

6742. Ballet. 
FERGUSON, NANCY 

6743. Market Day. 



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UNITED STATES SECTION 



POTTHAST, EDWARD H. 

6744. Surf Bathing. 
ROSS, DENNAN W. 

6745. Still Life. 
DICKENSON, PRESTON 

6746. Village and Country. 
DAVIES, ARTHUR B. 

6747. Drawing. 

6748. Latticed Passage. 

6749. Drawing. 

GALLERY 120 

PAINTINGS 

RITTENBERG, HENRY R. 

6750. Still Life. 
BOYNTON, RAY S. 

6751. Spokane Valley. 
PIAZZONI, GOTTARDO F. P. 

6752. The End of the Day. 
LoKKE, MARIE 

6753. Portrait of a Child. 
TUCKER, ALLEN 

6754. The Ice Storm. 
THORNDIKE, CHARLES H. 

6755. Grav Weather. 
LIL.JESTROM, GUSTAV F. 

6756. Vishnu Temple: Grand Canyon. 
DEL MUE, MAURICE 

6757. Late Afternoon in the Sierras. 
SCHWARTZ, ANDREW THOMAS 

6758. Destiny: Hope: Despair. 
BALL, ROBERT E., JR. 

6760. Moonlight: Gothic Arch at St. Jean: 

Brittany. 
JONES, HUGH BOLTON 

6761. Through the Trees. 
BROOKE, RICHARD NORRIS 

6762. A Stony Outpost. 
SCHMAUSS, PETER 

6763. Easter. 
KROLL, LEON 

6764. Landscape and Sea. 
BROWN, BENJAMIN CHAMBERS 

6765. Cliffs: Golden Gate. 
YATES, CULLEN 

6766. November Snow. 
RICHARDS, LEE GREENE 

6767. A Man in a Cloak. 
DEWEY, CHARLES MELVILLE 

6768. The Harvest Moon. 
PALMER, PAULINE 

6769. The Ledge. 
GRABACH, JOHN R. 

6770. Banks of the Connecticut River. 
HOEBER, ARTHUR 

6771. The Meadow Brook. 
JUERGENS, ALFRED 

6772. Garden Flowers. 
VAN LAER, ALEXANDER T. 

6774. November Afternoon. 

CONGDON, THOMAS R. 

6775. The Greenroom. 
VOLKERT, EDWARD C. 

6776. Winter Evening: Connecticut. 
HALPERT, SAMUEL 

6777. Interior. 
PERRY, LILLA CABOT 

6778. Germaine Sewing by the Brook. 
SPRINCHORN, CARL 

6779. Beach at Laguna. 
WHITE, ORRIN A. 

6780. Snow Blown Peaks. 
BERNSTEIN, THERESA F. 

6781. Open Air Show. 



BROWN, BENJAMIN CHAMBERS 

6782. Over the Roofs : Antwerp. 
ROULAND, ORLANDO 

6783. Portrait of John Burroughs. 
HAMMOND, ARTHUR J. 

6784. The Old Artist. 
WILLIAMS, GEORGE ALFRED 

6785. Boom Island Light: Ogonquit. 
BRAUN, MAURICE 

6786. The Hillside: Morning. 
BLUMENSCHEIN, MARY GREENE 

6787. Valentine. 
KELLER, EDGAR 

6790. Under the Bridge: Harlem River. 
ADAMS, JOHN OTTIS 

6791. A Bit of the Whitewater. 
KOPMAN, BENJAMIN D. 

6792. Portrait of a Young Man. 
PFEIPFEN, JUSTUS 

6793. Central Park. 
LANGHORNE, KATHERINE 

6794. A Dav Last Summer. 
WILLIAMS, GEORGE ALFRED 

6795. Afternoon Sea. 
IRVINE, WILSON 

6796. Laughing June. 
HYDE, WILLIAM HENRY 

6797. Vera. 
MAZZANOVICH, LAURENCE 

6798. Grey Glow. 
CHAPMAN, CHARLES S. 

6799. The Marauder. 
WUERPEL, EDMUND H. 

6800. The Sheltered Bay. 
DIRKS, RUDOLPH 

6801. On the Dike. 
WHEELER, JANET 

6802. In Memoriam. 
DILLAYE, BLANCHE 

6803. The God of Good Fortune. 
THORNDIKE, CHARLES HALL 

6804. Church. 

SMITH, HOWARD EVERETT 

6805. The Convalescent. 
TUCKER, ALLEN 

6806. Portrait in Blue and Ivory. 
MC KILLOP, WILLIAM 

6807. The Letter. 
SPEICHER, EUGENE E. 

6808. In the Catskills. 
TYNG, MARGARET FULLER 

6809. The Silver Bowl. 
GRANT, LAWRENCE 

6810. Fishing Boats: Concarneau. 
ALLEN, MARION BOYD 

6811. Enameling. 
HUDSON, CHARLES W. 

6812. Great Cedar: Moonlight. 
DIXON, MAYNARD 

6813. The Palomino Mare. 
DU BOIS, GUY PENE 

6814. Trapeze Performer. 

BISSELL, HELEN RATHBUN 

6815. A German Interior. 
JUERGENS, ALFRED 

6816. In May. 
NAHL, PERHAM W. 

6817. Despair. 
GRANVILLE-SMITH, WALTER 

6818. Queen's Lace. 
COLE, THOMAS CASILEAR 

6819. Portrait of a Lady. 
SCHOOK, F. DE FORREST 

6820. Sunshine and Shadow. 



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LIPPINCOTT, WILLIAM H. 

6821. Love Finds the Way. 
RAMSEY, CHARLES F. 

6822. A Garden. 
DABO, LEON 

6824. The Rockets: Rain of Fire. 
HURLEY, EDWARD TIMOTHY 

6825. The New Year. 
BITTINGER, CHARLES 

6826. The Library of the Prince: Versailles. 
MURPHY. ADA CLIFFORD 

6827. Sweet Apples. 
NOBLE, JOHN 

6828. Paris: The Beach. 
REDFIELD, EDWARD W. 

6829. The River Road. 

6830. Garden by the River. 

• 6831. The Road in Summer. 

6832. The Coast of France. 

6833. The English Channel. 
HASSAM, CHILDE 

6834. County Fair: Still Life. 



BRECKENRIDGE, HUGH H. 

6835. White Phlox. 
HASSAM, CHILDE 

6836. New England Peaches and Grapes. 

SCULPTURE 

WORTHINGTON, BEATRICE MAUDE 

6837. Grief. 
COONSMAN, NANCY 

6839. Wistful Baby. 
ERASER, JAMES EARLE 

6840. Portrait of J. G. 
MAZUR, WLADYSLAW 

6841. Motherless. 
KRATINA, JOSEPH M. 

6842. Genius: Head of Baby. 
WARNER, OLIN L. 

6843. Mr. Cottier. 
KNIGHT, CHARLES ROBERT 

6844. Kodiak Bear. 
HARVEY, ELI 

6845. Lion of the Desert. 

6846. Rex: Lion with Antelope. 



GREEK CASTS 



GALLERIES 51, 54, 80 and 85 
6847 
1, Primitive statue of a woman, from Delos, 
dedicated by Nikandre, a noble lady 
of Naxos, to Artemis. Naxian marble. 
Early Greek art of the Vllth century 
B. C. The dedicatory inscription is 
engraved on the statue's left leg. 
Stais p. 2. Perrot VIII 148. Brunn 57a. 
6848 
15. Archaic head of a youth, found in the 
sanctuary of the Ptoan Apollo in Boe- 
otia. Marble. It belong to a statue of 
the same type as 1558. Early Vlth 
cent. B. 0. Provincial Boeotian work, 
Stais p. U. Perrot VIII 511. 
6849 
21. Statue of a running, or flying Victory, 
from Delos, where it probably crowned 
the roof of a temple. Marble. Archaic 
style, about the middle of the Vlth 
cent. B. C. 
Stais p. 5. Perrot VIII 299. Brunn 36. 
6850 
29. Marble tombstone (stele), with the figure 
of the dead warrior (Aristion, friend 
of Peisistratos, tyrant of Athens) in 
low relief. Below the signature of the 
sculptor, Aristokles. After 550 B. C. 
Stais p. 15 Perrot VIII 133. Brunn 
41a. 

6851 
38. Fragment of a marble stele from the 
Dipylon cemetery in Athens. Head 
of a youth holding a discus, the hair 
gathered in a bunch. First half of 
Vlth century B. C. 
Stais p. 17. Perrot VIII 664. Conze, 
Attische Grabreliefs pi. 4. 
6852 
89. Marble stele from Orchomenos in Boeo- 
tia, the work of Alxenor of Naxos. 
The dead man, wrapped in his cloak, 
offers a locust to his dog. Early Vth 
cent. B. C. 
Stais p. 21. Perrot VIII 361. Brunn 
416. 

6853 
41. Marble tombstone, probably base of a 
statue of a sphinx. In front, a youth- 
ful warrior, on horseback, holding a 



second horse. On either side, mourn- 
ers. Early Vlth cent. B. C. 
Stais p. 21. Brunn 66. 
6854 
126. Large marble votive relief, from Eleusis. 
Demeter offering probably ears of corn 
to the boy Triptolemos. Behind him, 
Persephone holding a torch. Finest 
Attic work, about 450 B. C. 
Stais p. 27. Brunn 7. Svoronos pi. 
24, 25. 

6855 

128. Unfinished marble statuette of Athena, 

found on the Pnyx at Athens, a copy 
of the famous statue of gold and ivory 
by Phidias (the Athena Parthenos), 
in the Parthenon. 
Stais p. 31. Brunn 38. 
6856 

129. Marble statuette, a more elaborate but 

artistically inferior copy of the same 
famous original as 128. Roman work. 
Stais p. 29. Brunn 39. 40. 

6857 
136-154. Fragments of the marble sculptures 
in the pediment of the temple of Askle- 
plos at Epidauros. Probably the work 
of the sculptor Timotheus. Best Attic 
art of the early IVth century B. 0. 

6858 

136. Mounted Amazon pointing her lance at a 

falling foe. 
Stais p. 36. Cawadias, Fouilles d'Epi- 
daure pi. 8, 1. Brunn 20. 
6859 

137. Wounded Amazon falling from her horse. 

Stais p. 36. Cawadias pi. 8, 4. 
6860 
140. Female head. 

Cavvidias pi. 8. 9. 
6861 

143. Head of a horse. 

Cawadias pi. 8, 12. 
6862 

144. Head of a Centaur. 

Cawadias pi. 8, 13. 
6863 
152. Body of a dying warrior. 
Cawadias pi. 11, 15. 



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GREEK CASTS 



6864 
154. Female head. 

Cawadias pi. 8, 8. 

6864 

154. Female Head. 

Cawadias p. 8, 5. 
155-157. 162. Statues from the roof 
of the same temple (akroteria). 

6865 

155. Victory holding a bird in her right hand, 

floating gently in the air. 
Sta'is p. 39. Cawadias pi. 8, 5. 

6866 

156. Goddess, probably Aura (Xj-mph of the 

air), on horseback. 
Stais p. 39, Cawadias pi. 11, 16, 17. 
Brunn 19. 

6867 

157. Goddess, probably Aura (Xj-mph of the 

air), on horseback. 
Stais p. 39. Cawadias pi. 11, 16, 17. 
Brunn 19. 

6868 
162. Body of youthful Victory in rapid flight. 
Stais p. 40. Cawadias pi. 11, 19. 
Brunn 19. 

6869 

159. Marble statuette of Victory from the tem- 

ple of Artemis, at Epidauros. First 
half of the FVth cent. B. C. 
Stais, p. 41. Cawadias pi. 10 and 
1906 pi. 3. 

6870 

160. Marble statuette of Victory from the tem- 

ple of Artemis, at Epidauros. First 
half of the IVth cent. B. C. 
Stais p. 41. Cawadias pi. 10, and 
1906 pi. 3. 

6871 

161. Marble statuette of Vivtory from the tem- 

ple of Artemis, at Epidauros. First 
half of the IVth cent. B. C. 
Stai's p. 41. Cawadias pi. 10 and 
1906 pi. 3. 

6872 
164. Marble lion's head (gargoyle), from the 
round building (tholos), at Epidau- 
ros. Second half of the IVth cent. 
B. C. (See the metope and triglyphs 
from the same building, below p. ?). 
Cawadias pi. 10. 
6873 

173. Marble votive relief of Asklepios seated 

on a chair, draped in his cloak. From 
Epidauros. IVth cent. B. C. 
Stais p. 42. Cawadias pi. 9, 21. Svo- 
ronos pi. 31. 

6874 

174. Marble votive relief of Asklepios seated 

on a chair, draped in his cloak. From 
Epidauros. lA'^th cent. B. C. 
Stais p. 42. Cawadias pi. 9, 21. Svo- 
ronos pi. 31. 

6875 

178. A boar's head, from the marble pediment 

sculptures, representing the hunting of 
the Calydonian boar, of the temple of 
Athena Alea, at Tegea. Best Attic 
work, probably bv Skopas, early IVth 
cent. B. C. 
Stais p. 32. Brunn 44. 
6876 

179. A youth's head, from the marble pediment 

sculptures, representing the hunting 
of the Calydonian boar, of the temple 
of Athena Alea, at Tegea. Best Attic 



work, probably by Skopas, early IVth 
century. B. C. 
Stais p. 32. Brunn 44. 

6877 

180. Youth's head, from the marble pediment 

sculptures, representing the hunting of 
the Calydonian boar, of the temple of 
Athena Alea, at Tegea. Best Attic 
work, probably by Skopas, early IVth 
cent. B. C. 
Stais p. 32. Brunn 44. 

6878 

181. Youthful head from the temple of Pluton 

at Eleusis, probably the Eleusinian 
deity Eubuleus. Best Attic work of 
the IVth century B. C, formerly con- 
sidered an original of the great Praxit- 
eles. Compare nr. 1839. 
Stai's p. 33. Brunn 74. 

6879 

182. Marble head of a goddess, probably Aph- 

rodite, from the sanctuary of Askle- 
pios at Athens. Best Attic art of the 
rV'th cent. 
Stais p. 34. Brunn 174. 

6880 

183. Marble head of ApoUon, found at Lau- 

rion. It belonged to a statue of the 
god holding his bow in the left hand, 
the right resting on his head (ApoUon 
Lykeios). IVth cent. B. C. 
Stais p. 35. 

6881 
185. Marble head of a woman from Delos 
wearing an expression of strong pain. 
IVth cent. B. C. 
Stais p. 35. 

6882 
190. Marble head of a woman, probably Hy- 
gieia. from the sanctuary of Asklepios, 
at Athens. IVth cent. B. C. 
Stai's p. 52. 

6883 

215. Relief from a marble base which bore the 

group of Leto, Apollon and Artemis, 
by Praxiteles, at Mantlnea in Arcadia. 
This relief is work by the great artist's 
pupils. It represents the musical con- 
test of Apollon and Marsyas, the Muses 
looking on. The fourth slab of the 
base, bearing three Muses, is lost. 
Sta'i's p. 53. Brunn 468. Svoronos pi. 
30, 31, 

6884 

216. Relief from a marble base which bore the 

group of Leto, Apollon and Artemis, 
by Praxiteles, at Mantinea in Arcadia. 
This relief is work by the great artist's 
pupils. It represents the musical con- 
test of Apollon and Marsyas, the Muses 
looking on. The fourth slab of the 
base, bearing three Muses, is lost. 
Sta'is p. 53. Brunn 468. Svoronos pi. 
30, 31. 

6885 

217. Relief from a marble base which bore the 

group of Leto. Apollon and Artemis, 
by Praxiteles, at Mantinea in Arcadia. 
This relief is work by the great artist's 
pupils. It represents the musical con- 
test of Apollon and Marsyas, the Muses 
looking on. The fourth slab of the 
base, bearing three Muses, is lost. 
Stais p. 53. Brunn 468. Svoronos pi. 
30, 31. 



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GREEK CASTS 



6886 
218. Marble statue of Hermes, or a funereal 
hero, probably from a tomb in the 
island of Andros. Fine work of the 
IVth century, evidently inspired by 
the famous Hermes of Praxiteles at 258, 

OljTupia (see below p. 19). 
Stais p. 50. Brunn 18. 
6887 
226. Marble relief, from Mantinea: a woman 
holding leaves, before her a palm (now 
almost entirely destroyed). Middle of 259 

the Vth century. 
Fouglres, Bull. Corresp. hellen. 1887, 
376. Svoronos pi. 199. 
6888 
231. Marble statue of Themis (Justice), from 
her temple at Rhamnus in Attica, the 
work of Chairestratos (his signature 
on the base). Early Illd cent. B. C. 
Stais p. 63. Brunn 476. 
6889 

234. Colossal marble head of Athena, origi- 

nally wearing a bronze helmet, found 
near the Theseion, at Athens. Prob- 
ably a hellenistic copy of a Vth cen- 
tury original. 
Stais p. 74. Brunn 48. 
6890 

235. Colossal marble statue of Poseidon, from 

the island of Melos. The trident in 
his right hand is restored. Broad 
decorative hellenistic work. 
Stai's p. 75. Brunn 550. 
6891 
240. Marble statue of Hermes, from Atalante, 
holding a bag (now lost) in his right, 
and the kerykeion (messenger's 
wand) in his left hand. Copy, prob- 
ably of a work by the great Lysippos, 
court sculptor to Alexander the Great. 
Stai's p. 77. 

6892 
243. Marble statue of Hermes holding a ram. 
from Troizen, copy of an original of 
the Vth century. 
Stais p. 80. 

6893 

247. Marble statue of a Gaulish warrior, from. 

Delos, from a votive monument. The 
warrior has fallen on his right knee, 
and is making a last desperate defence 417 

against a victorious enemy, probably 
mounted. The head, left shoulder and 
arm with shield, were worked in a 
separate block, now lost. Excellent 715 

work of the Pergamon school (lid 
cent. B. C.) 
Stais p. 83. 

6894 

248. Marble statue of a youth, probably a 715 

temple slave offering sacrifice, found 

near the Olympieion at Athens. Copy 

of a bronze original of the Vth century. 

Stais p. 86. Salis, Athen. Mitteilungen 

1906, 352. 

6895 

249. Marble oust of the emperor Hadrian 

(A. D. 117-138), found near the 717 

Olvmpieion, at Athens. 
Stais p. 91. 

6896 
252. Marble statuette of Pan. from Sparta. 

He is draped in his cloak, and holds 718 

a syrinx (reed flute). Roman work. 
Stais p. 87. 

6897 
256. Marble statue of Dionysos, mutilated, 



260 
262 

263 

294 
303 

368 



from the theatre of Sikyon, near Cor- 
inth. Hellenistic work. 
Stais p. 88. American Journal Archse- 
ology 1889, 294. 
6898 
Upper part (head and bust) of a colossal 
marble statue of Asklepios, from the 
Piraeus. Decorative early hellenistic 
■work. 
Stais p. 89. 

6899 
Marble relief with draped maidens dant>- 
ing gracefully : from the theatre of 
Dionysos at Athens. Excellent Roman 
decorative work. 
Stais p. 67. Svoronos pi. 32. 
6900 
Marble relief with draped maidens danc- 
ing gracefully ; from the theatre of 
Dionysos at Athens. Excellent Roman 
decorative work. 
Stais p. 67. Svoronos pi. 32. 
6901 
Marble statue of Aphrodite, draped and 
wearing a sword, from Epidauros. 
Excellent copy of a Vth century origi- 
nal of the t>-pe called Venus Genetrix. 
Stais p. 82. 

6902 
Marble statue of Asklepios, from his 
sanctuary at Epidauros. Roman copy 
of a Greek original. 
Stais p. 87. 

6903 
Marble head of Hygieia, from the sanc- 
tuary of Asklepios, at Epidauros. 
6904 
Column with the three-bodied Hakate in 
high relief, from Epidauros, dedicated 
by a certain Fabulos. Decorative 
Roman work. 
Cawadias, Fouilles d'Epidure pi. 
10, 27. 

6905 
Marble portrait head of Hermachos, pupil 
of Epikuros, found at Athens. Good 
Roman work. 
Stais p. 80. Bernoulli, Griech. Ikono- 
graphie II p. 40. 
6906 
Marble bust of Antinous. the favorite of 
the Emperor Hadrian, from Patras. 
Careful work. 
Stais p. 98. 
869. Marble reliefs from tombs, found at 
Athens, where the contrary is not 
especially mentioned. See also below, 
p. 15. 

6907 
, A boy opening a cage with his right hand, 
a bird in his left. Under the cage, a 
cat and a slave boy. The lower half 
of the slab is missing. Excellent early 
IVth century work. 
Stais p. 112. Conze, Attische Grabre- 
liefs pi. 204. 

6908 
, The deceased woman seated, clasping a 
standing woman's hand. Behind her, 
a man standing in a dejected attitude. 
Sta'is p. 113. Conze pi. 80. 
6909 
, The deceased, a tine lady called Ameino- 
kleia, preparing for her last journey, 
with the help of two slave girls. Found 
in the Piraeus. 
Sta'is p. 113. Conze pi. 177. 



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GEEEK CASTS 



6910 
722. A seated lady (Archestrate), taking 
jewels from a box which a slave girl 
offers her, while her little boy brings 
her a bird. Found at Markopulo is 
Attica. 
Stais p. 115. Conze pi. 68. 
6911 

733. Polyxena standing, a pomegranate in her 

right, her left hand raising her veil. 
Small stele from Larissa in Thessaly, 
early Vth cent. B. C. 
Stais p. 118. 

6912 

734. The youthful Hekedamos, holding a cock 

and two lances. Found at Larissa. 
Middle of the Vth cent. B. C. 
Stai's p. 119. 

6913 
739. Amphotto standing, a flower (now lost, 
probably only painted) in her right, a 
pomegranate (?) in her left hand. 
Found at Thebes. First half of the 
Vth cent. B. C. 
Stais p. 122. 

6914 

741. A youth draped in his cloak, wearing a 

broad-brimmed hat (petasos) and car- 
rying a hare and a fruit. Found in 
Thessaly. Vth cent. B. C. 
Stais p. 123. 

6915 

742. Youth carrying a strigil and an oil-flask, 

accompanied by his dog. Vth century. 
Found at Thespiai. The stele was used 
again much later, and the inscription 
added. 
Stais p. 124. 

6916 

831. Phrasikleia seated, her slave girl with 

an open casket standing before her. 
IVth cent. B. C. 
Stais p. 144. Conze pi. 67. 
6917 

832. The deceased woman, seated, clasps a 

standing woman's hand. Behind them 
are a man and a girl in mournful atti- 
tude. IVth century B. C. 
Stais p. 146. Conze pi. 85. 
6918 
835. Marble vase (lekythos), from a tomb, 
with low relief of the deceased as a 
youthful warrior on horseback, in the 
inidst of his family (two warriors, 
two women). Excellent work, about 
400 B. C. 
Stais p. 149. Conze pi. 218-9. 
6919 
869. Youth standing in a pensive attitude, his 
little slave and his dog mourning at 
his feet, his father before him, his 
right hand raised to his lips, in a most 
expressive gesture of grief. Excellent 
early IVth century art. Found in the 
bed "of the Ilissos at Athens. 
Stais p. 167. Conze pi. 211. 
6920 
1378. Base of a statue or of a votive offering, 
bearing a case of surgical instruments 
and two cupping-glasses, carved in low 
relief. Found in the sanctuary of 
Asklepios at Athens. 
Bull. Corresp. heUenique 1877 pi. 9. 
6921 
1402. Marble votive relief from Thyrea. Askle- 
pios and his family of healing heroes 
receiving pilgrims. IVth cent. B. C. 
Stais p. 239. Svoronos pi. 35. 



6922 
1425. Marble relief, slab from a base or an 
altar, found in the sanctuary of Askle- 
pios, at Epidauros : Asklepios seated 
on his throne, before him Hygieia and 
Nike (Victory), behind him Epione. 
Archaistic Roman work. 
Stais p. 246. Cawadias, 

1895 pi. 8. Svoronos pi. 68. 
6923 
1463. Marble base of a bronze tripod (lost), 
given as a prize for a musical or dra- 
matic victory. Dionysos, in long flow- 
ing robes, holding thyrsos (wand) and 
kantharos (two-handled cup ), between 
two Victories with ewer and paten. 
Stais p. 58. Oesterr. Jahreshefte 1899, 
255. Svoronos pi. 29. 
6924 

1500. Votive marble relief from the Piraus. 

The youthful Dionysos on his couch, 
a girl sitting at his feet. Three actors 
in long robes, with masks in their 
hands, stand behind her. 
Athen. Mitteilungon 1882 pi. 14. Svo- 
ronos pi. 82. 

6925 

1501. Marble relief (formerly erroneously called 

"The Death of Socrates"), perhaps a 
tombstone. A man lies on a couch, 
holding a paten. At his feet, a woman 
seated on a stool, and a slave boy. A 
draped man stands in the right corner, 
a dog lies under the couch, V-IVth 
cent. B. 0. 
Svoronos pi. 83. 
6926 
1558. Marble statue of a youth, commonly called 
Apollo, from Melos. First half of the 
Vlth century B. C. Good archaic 
■work. Cp. nr. 2720. 
Stais p. 10. Perrot VIII 321. 
1561-1580. Marble sculptures from the famous 
sanctuary of Hera near Argos, exca- 
vated by the American School of Arch- 
eology in Athens. Waldstein, The 
Argive Herum I. 
6927 
1561. Female head. Vth cent. B. C. 
Stais p. 59. Waldstein pi. 32. 
6928 
1563, 1564. Two heads of Amazons (?). Vth 
century. 
Stais p. 59. Waldstein pi. 31, 33. 
6929 
Vth century.. Very fin.e 



1571. Female head, 
work. 
Stais p. 59. 



1572. 



1578. 



Waldstein pi. 36. 
6930 
Torso of a young warrior, from one of 
the metopes of the later temple of 
Hera (after 423 B. C). 
Stais p. 59. Waldstein pi. 34. 
6931 
Body of a statue of Victory ( ?). V-IVth 
century. 
Waldstein pi. 35. 
6932 
1580. Lion's head, gargoyle, from the later 
temple. 
Waldstein pi. 125. 
6933 
1733. Quadrangular marble base, from Athens, 
which originally bore a statue by the 
famous IVth century sculptor Bry- 
axis, probably a Victory, since the re- 
liefs on three sides (bearded rider 
advancing towards a tripod, com- 



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memorate the successes of three Athe- 
nians in the anthippasia (contest on 
horseback). 
Stais p. 54. Scoronos pi. 26, 27. 
1734-1737. Fragments of a colossal group of 
four marble statues (Demeter, Des- 
poina-Persephone, Artemis, the titan 
Antyos), in the temple of Despoina at 
Lykosura in Arcadia, by the sculptor 
Damophon of Messene (early lid cent. 
B. C. 
Stais p. 55. Brunn 478-480. Dickins, 
British School Annual XIII pi. 12. 

6934 

1734. Head of Demeter, a long veil flowing be- 

hind. 

6935 

1735. Head of Artemis. 

6936 

1736. Head of Anytos. 

6937 

1737. Part of Despoina's cloak, richly em- 

broidered ■with Victories, Nereids, 
mummers, etc. 

6938 
Mutilated marble head of a young god, 
found at Athens. A replica of uj. 181. 
6939 
Archaic marble head, warrior, from the 
temple of Aphaia in Aegina. About 
500 B. C. 
Sta'is p. 26. Furtwangler, Aegina p. 
256, 272. 

6940 
Archaic marble head, warrior, from the 
temple of Aphaia in Aegina. About 
500 B. C. 
Stais p. 26. Fortwangler, Aegina p. 
256, 272. 

6941 
Archaic marble head, warrior, from the 
temple of Aphaia in Aegina. About 
500 B. C. 
Stais p. 26. Furtwangler, Aegina p. 
256, 272. 

6942 
Archaic marble head, warrior, from the 
temple of Aphaia in Aegina. About 
500 B. C. 
Stais p. 26. Furtwangler, Aegina p. 
256, 272. 

6943 
Archaic marble head, warrior, from the 
temple of Aphaia in Aegina. About 
500 B. 0. 
Stais p. 26. Furtwangler, Aegina p. 
256, 272. 

6944 
Archaic marble head, warrior, from the 
temple of Aphaia in Aegina. About 
500 B. 0. 
Stais p. 26. Furtwangler, Aegina p. 
256, 272. 

6945 
Archaic marble head, from the temple of 
Aphaia in Aegina. About 500 B. C. 
Stais p. 26. Furtwangler, Aegina p. 
256, 272. 

6946 
Archaic marble head, from the temple of 
Aphaia in Aegina. About 500 B. C. 
Stais p. 26. Furtwangler, Aegina p. 
256, 272. 

6947 
Colossal marble statue of a naked youth, 
from the temple of Poseidon at Sunion, 



1839. 
1933. 



1934. 



1935. 



1936. 



1937. 



1938. 



1939. 



1940. 



2720. 



Archaic art, first part of Vlth cent. 

B. 0. Comp. nr. 1558. 
Stais p. 7. 

6948 
2858. Marble statue of Aphrodite, of the type 
of the famous statue of Knidos, by 
Praxiteles. 

IN THE DIPYLON CEMETERY AT ATHENS 
(Near the Church of Holy Trinity) 

6949 

1. Relief showing Dexileos (killed in battle 

394 B. C.) on horseback, slaying a 
defeated foe. Excellent early IVth 
century work. 
Conze, Attische Grabreliefs 1158. 

6950 

2. Relief of Demetria and Pamphile. Excel- 

lent IVth century work. 
Conze pi. 40. 

6951 

3. Relief of a woman (a priestess), carry- 

ing a hydria (vase for water). IVth 
century.' 
Conze pi. 152. 

6952 

4. Relief of Hegeso, daughter of Proxenos. 

She is seated, choosing a jewel from a 
casket which a slave girl offers her. 
Excellent early IVth century art. 
Conze pi. 30. 

6953 

5. Relief of Korallion, seated, clasping the 

hand of a man standing before her. 
Behind her. a man and a girl in 
mournful attitudes. IVth cent. B. C. 
6954 

6. Large marble dog, from the funeral pre- 

cinct of Lysimachides from Acharnai. 
IVth cent. B. C. 
Brueckner, Friedhof am Eridanos p. 
76, 73. 

6955 

7. Relief showing two men on a couch, two 

seated women, and Charon in his boat 
in the foreground, from the precinct 
of Lysimachides. 
Conze pi. 251. Brueckner 84. 

MARBLE SCULPTURES IN THE ACROP- 
OLIS MUSEUM AT ATHENS 
Dickins, Catalogue of the Acropolis Museum, 
Schrader. Auswahl archaischer Manor-Sculp- 
turen in Acropolis Museum 1913 

6956 
143. Archaic couchant hound. Vlth cent. B. 

C. Very good work. 

Dickins p. 143. Schrader, Archaische 
Marmorsculptren 76 (not the large 
work quoted above.) 
6957 

624. Statue of a man carrying a bull calf as 

an offering across his shoulders. Ar- 
chaic style, first half of Vlth century 
B. C. The limestone carries the dedi- 
catory inscription. 
Dickins p. 156. Schrader 1. c. 7. 
Bninn 6. 

6958 

625. Statue of Athena, seated, much feathered. 

Perhaps the famous statue by En- 
doios. Archaic art of the Vth cent. 
B. C. 
Dickins p. 160, Perrot VIII 615, Shra- 
der I. c. 43. Auswahl p. 24. Brunn 
145. 



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6959 
631. Colossal group of Athena slaying a giant, 
from the pediment of the archaic tem- 
ple of Athena. Second half of Vlth 
cent. B. C. 700. 

Dickins p. 169. Perrot VIII 557. 
Brunn 471. Schrader, Auswahl p. 
25 f. 
670-686. Statues of maidens or ladies, per- 
haps priestesses, in the archaic style, 
dedicated to Athena in the second 
half of the Vlth century, and buried 698. 

after they had been mutilated during 
the sack of the acropolis by the 
Persians. They are richly clad, and 
most of them wear diadems, earrings 
and bracelets. The left hand usually 
draws the gown tightly round the 856. 
legs, the right hand was stretched 
forward, holding some votive offering 
(a fruit or a bird). Many traces of 
bright coloring remain. 

6960 972- 

670. Dickins p. 205. Perrot VIII 578. 

6961 

671. One of the older and simpler statues. 

Dickins p. 207. Perrot VIII 581. 
Schrader, Aushwahl pi. 11. 972 

6962 

672. Dickins p. 209. 

6963 973. 

677. Dickins p. 219. Perrot VIII 297. 

6964 

678. Dickins p. 220. Perrot VIII 584. The 974. 

lower part of the body is missing. 
6965 

679. The most archaic specimen, clad in Doric 989. 

fashion. Dickins p. 223. Perrot 603. 
Schrader, Auswahl pi. 1, 2. 1342 

6966 

680. Dickins p. 226. Perrot VIII 577. 

6967 

681. The finest and largest, the work of the 

famous sculptor Antenor. Dickins p. 
228. Perrot VIII pi. 2. Schrader, 1347. 
Auswahl pi. 3. 
6968 

684. Dickins p. 237. Schrader, Auswahl pi. 

9, 10. 

6969 

685. Dickins p. 240. Schrader, Auswahl pi. 

7, 8. 

6970 

686. The latest of all these statues, dedicated 

by Tuthydikos. Dickins p. 241. Per- 
rot VIII 595. Schrader, Auswahl 
p. 32 S. 

6971 
689. Marble head of a youth, from a statue of 
the early Vth century B. C. Excellent 
Attic work, with traces of coloring 
well preserved. 
Dickins, p. 248. Perrot VIII 643 pi. 
14. 

6972 
695. Marble relief, called the "Mourning 
Athena." The goddess, leaning on her 
lance, gazes at a stele standing before 
her, perhaps she is supposed to read 
an inscription upon it. First half of 
Vth cent. B. C. 
Dickins p. 258. Svoronos, Journal in- 
ternat. d'archeologie numismatique 
1909, 81. 

6973 
697. Small statue of a horse, much mutilated. 
Excellent archaic work. Dickins p. 
262, 267. Perrot VIII 639. Schra- 



der, Archaische Marmor-Sculpturen 
81, 84. Auswahl Arch. Marm.- 
Sculpt. pi. 14, 15. 
6974 
Small statue of a horse with a rider, 
much mutilated. Excellent archaic 
work. Dickins p. 262, 267. Perrot 
VIII 639. Schrader, Archaische 
Marmor-Sculpturen 81, 84. Auswahl 
Arch. Marm. -Sculpt, pi. 14, 15. 
6975 
Statue of a nude youth, legs and arms 
incomplete. Excellent Attic work, of 
the early Vth century. 
Dickins p. 264. Schrader 58. Auswahl 
pi. 16, 17. 

6976 
857. 859. 860. 862-879. Twenty-two 
slabs from the frieze of the Parthenon. 
A. Smith, Sculptures of the Parthenon 
pi. 36. 40. 41. 42. 44. 47. 53. 54. 
6997 
974. 989. Slabs from the marble balus- 
trade round the temple of Wingless 
Victory. Second half of Vth cent. 
B.C. 

6998 
Two Victorieb leading a bull to sacrifice. 
Brunn 34. 

6999 
Victory untying her sandal. 
Brunn 35 A. 

7000 
Victory erecting a trophy. 
Brunn 35. 

7001 
Athena Nike seated upon a rock. 

7002 
Marble relief of a man mounting a char- 
iot. Archaic Attic art of the late 
Vlth century. 
Dickins p. 275. Schrader, Athen, 
Mitteilungen pi. 11. 
7003 
Colossal marble owl. 
Svoronos, Journ. internat. d'arch. num- 
ism. XIV 1912 pi. 15. 
7004 
Architectural fragment (Caryatid), from 
the North and South porch of the 
Erechtheion. Finest Attic work of 
the late Vth century. 
7005 
Architectural fragment (Caryatid), from 
the North and South porch of the 
Erechtheion. Finest Attic work of 
the late Vth century. 
7006 
Architectural fragment (Caryatid), from 
the North and South porch of the 
Erechtheion. Finest Attic work of 
the late Vth century. 
7007 
Architectural fragment (Caryatid), from 
the North and South porch of the 
Erechtheion. Finest Attic work of 
the late Vth century. 
7008 
Architectural fragment (Caryatid), from 
the North and South porch of the 
Erechtheion. Finest Attic work of 
the late Vth century. 
7009 
Architectural fragment (Caryatid), from 
the North and South porch of the 
Erechtheion. Finest Attic work of 
the late Vth century. 



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7010 
Architectural fragment (Carj'atid), from 
the North and South porch of the 
Erechtheion. Finest Attic work of 
the late Vth century. 
7011 
Architectural fragment (Caryatid), from 
the North and South porch of the 
Erechtheion. Finest Attic work of 
the late Vth century. 
7012 
Architectural fragment (Caryatid), from 
the North and South porch of the 
Erechtheion. Finest Attic work of 
the late Vth century. 
7013 
Architectural fragment (Caryatid), from 
the North and South porch of the 
Erechtheion. Finest Attic work of 
the late Vth century. 
7014 
Architectural fragment (Caryatid), from 
the North and South porch of the 
Erechtheion. Finest Attic work of 
the late Vth century. 
7015 
Architectural fragment (Caryatid), from 
the North and South porch of the 
Erechtheion. Finest Attic work of 
the late Vth century. 
7016 
Statue (Carj-atid), from the North and 
South porch of the Erechtheion. 
Finest Attic work of the late Vth 
century. 

7017 
Statue (Caryatid), from the North and 
South porch of the Erechtheion. 



Finest Attic work of the late Vth 
century. 

7018 
Marble chair of the priest of Dionysos 
Eleuthereus, from the theatre of Di- 
onysos at Athens, with exquisite low 
reliefs (winged youths with game 
cocks, Arimasps and griffins, two 
satyrs amongst grape vines). 
Risom, Melanges Holleaux pi. 8-H. 

SCULPTURES IN VARIOUS PLACES 

7019 
1. Limestone relief from the Lion Gate at 
Mycenae. Two lions guardant, on each 
side of a column. About XVth cent. 
B. C, the finest monument of Mycen- 
aean sculpture. 
Brunn 1. Perrot VI pi. 14. 

7020 

3. Relief with head of Medusa, at Argos. 

Roman decorative work, from some 
building. 

7021 

4. The Hermes of Praxiteles, at Olympia, 

almost the only original statue by a 
great master preserved. The God 
holds the infant Dionysos on his left 
arm. 

Brunn 466-7. 

7022 
7. Metope and triglyphs from the round 
building (tholos) at Epidauros. Sec- 
ond half of IVth century B. 0. See 
above p. 8. 

Cavvadias, Fouilles d'Epidaure pi. 4-6. 



LOANS 



RENI, GUIDO 

7023. Mary Magdalene. 

Lent by Dr. Thomas H. Winslow. 
TURNER, J. M. W. 

7024. Sunset: Venice. 

Lent by Dr. Gilbert L. Parker. 



SULLY, THOMAS 
7025. Portrait Group. 

Lent by Mrs. Ellen Howard Rep- 
pert. 



[75] 



INDEX OF ARTISTS 



INDEX OF ARTISTS 



ABBEY, EDWIN A. United States 

6718, 6719 
ACKERMAN, OLGA M. United States 

4652 
ADAMS, HERBERT United States 

19, 28, 5088, 5427, 5543, 5741 
ADAMS, JOHN OTTIS United States 

5311, 6791 
ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY International 

73, 74 
ADAMS, PHILIP United States 

5840 
ADAMS, W. DACRE International 

75 
ADDAMS, CLIFFORD United States 

1513 to 1555, 4789, 6262 
ADDAMS, INEZ United States 

4603, 4952 
ADDICKS, CHRISTIAN JOHANNES 

6327 Netherlands 

AGUIAR, EL CONDE DE International 

76, 77, 78 
AHRENS, ELLEN WETHERALD 

4427, 4430,4431 United States 

AID, GEORGE CHARLES United States 

1556 to 1572 
AIKEN, CHARLES A. United States 

4218 
AITKEN, ROBERT I. United States 

59, 60, 4055, 4057, 4086, 5078, 5219, 5221, 
5222 5625 
AKELEY.' CARL E. United States 

1511, 5937, 6326 
ALBERT, ERNEST United States 

5712 
ALBRIGHT, ADAM EMORY United States 

6568 
ALPANO, VINCENZO United States 

5298. 5300, 5779, 5780 
ALLEN, CHARLES CURTIS United States 

4724 
ALLEN, MARION BOYD United States 

6811 
ALLIS, C. HARRY United States 

6602 
ALMQUIST, OLOP United States 

1573, 1574, 1575 
AMAN-JEAN, EDMOND French 

79 
AMES, BLANCHE United States 

1470, 5833 
AMORSOLO, F. Philippine 

5848 
ANDERSEN, MARTINUS United States 

6562 
ANDERSON, ALEXANDER United States 

1576, 1577 
ANDERSON, KARL United States 

5494 to 5497, 5503 
ANDRASSY, THEOD. International 

80, 81 
ANDREW, RICHARD United States 

4838 
ARCHAMBAULT. A. MARGARETTA 

4403 4405, 4408, 4409 United States 

ARMINGTON, CAROLINE HELENA 

1578 to 1600 United States 

ARMINGTON, FRANK M. United States 

1601 to 1620 
ARTHURS, STANLEY MASSEY 

6626, 6628 
ASHLEY, CLIFFORD WARREN 

6604 United States 



ASTRUP, NICOLAI Norwegian 

1045, 1046 
ASUNCION Philippine 

5849 
AUSTIN, AMANDA P. United States 

4244, 5086, 5108 
AUZERAIS, LOUIS F. United States 

5796 
AZZI, MARIUS A. United States 

5781 
BACHER, OTTO United States 

1621 to 1631 
BACKHAUS, JOSE Chilian 

1351, 1352 
BAER, WILLIAM J. United States 

4388, 4390 to 4397 
BAINS, ETHEL FRANKLIN BETTS 

4207,4209,4210,4211 United States 

BAIXAS CARRATE, JUAN International 

82, 83 
BAKER, SAMUEL BURTIS United States 

5015 
BALL, ROBERT E., JR. United States 

6686, 6760 
BALLA International 

995 to 1003 
BALWE, C. F. Netherlands 

6328 6329 
BARABAS, MIKLOS International 

84, 85 
BARANSKY, E. LASZLO International 

674 
BARNETT, TOM P. United States 

1493 
BARONE, ANTONIO United States 

1632 to 1654 
BARTA, E. International 

86 
BARTLETT, FREDERIC CLAY 

4518, 4788 United States 

BARTLETT, PAUL WAYLAND 

34, 72 United States 

BATEMAN, JOHN M. United States 

13. 4090, 5224 
BATHURST, CLYDE C. United States 

4965 
BATTHYANYL COUNT GYULA 

87 to 92, 675, 676, 677 International 

BAUER, M. A. J. Netherlands 

6467, 6468, 6469 
BAUKEMA, PHILIPE M. Netherlands 

6470 
BAUMANN, GU STAVE United States 

1655 to 1662 
BAUTZ, DAVID Netherlands 

6330 
BAXTER, MARTHA WHEELER 

4312, 4313, 4315. 4316, 4317 United States 
BEACH, CHESTER United States 

52 
BEAL. GIFFORD United States 

4522, 4537,5203 
BEAL, REYNOLDS United States 

5207, 5925 
BEAUMONT, LILIAN ADELE United States 

6593 
BEAUX, CECILIA United States 

4985, 4986, 4989, 4991, 4992 
BECK, O. FULOP International 

866, 867, 868 
BECKER. MAURICE United States 

6703, 6704 
BEEK, ALICE D. ENGLEY Netherlands 

6629 



[79] 



INDEX OF AETISTS 



BEEK, BERNARDUS ANTONIE VAN 

5331 Netherlands 

BELCHER, HILDA United States 

BELL?' CLARA LOUISE United States 

BELLOWS, GEORGE H. United States 

1663, 1664, 5729 to 5740 

BENCZUR, BELA International 

93 94 

BENCZUR, GYULA International 

95 96 

BEND A, WLADYSLAW T. United States 

6636, 6656, 6657 a+„t„c 

BENSON, PRANK W. United States 

1665 to 1705, 5656, 5657, 5658 

BERENY, ROBERT International 

97 to 119, 678, 679, 680 ,. ^ , ^ 

BERG, WILLEM VAN DEN Netherlands 

BERGE, EDWARD United States 

11, 29, 40, 5007, 6264 .. ^ , j 

BERKEMBYER, RUDOLPH Netherlands 

BERLIN, HARRY United States 

4841, 6589 .. , o. ^ 

BERNEKER, LOUIS P. United States 

BERNINGHAUS, OSCAR E. United States 

BERNSTEIN, THERESA P. United States 

BERNSTROM, VICTOR United States 

1706 to 1715 , 

BERON, GYULA International 

BETTS ANNA WHELAN United States 

3694,' 3695, 4206 

BETTS, LOUIS United States 

BILBAO, GONZALO International 

BIRCH, S. J. LAMORNA International 

122 

BISHOP EMILY CLAYTON United States 

3979 to 3986, 4928, 5267, 5269, 5276, 5277, 

5278, 6198 ^ 

BISSBLL, HELEN RATHBURN 

5899 6815 United otates 

BITTER, KARL United States 

15, 5080, 5100, 5119 

BITTINGER, CHARLES United States 

4718, 5316, 5319, 5896. 

BIXBEE, WILLIAM J. United States 

4458 ^. , 
BLANCHE, JACQUES EMILE International 

123 

BLISS, ALMA HERSIG United States 

4424, 4425 
BLOODGOOD. ROBERT PANSHAWE 

1716 to 1723 United States 

BLUM, ROBERT P. United States 

1724, 1725 

BLUMENSCHEIN, ERNEST L. .^ ^ „, , 

5243 5246, 6689, 6690 United States 
BLUMENSCHEIN, MARY SHEPHARD 

GREENE United States 

4626, 6655, 6787 .. ^ o. * 

BOBBETT, ALFRED United States 

BOCCIONI International 

1004 to 1008, 1043, 1044 ,,,.,, 

BODIFEE, PAUL Netherlands 

BODIn'e, HELEN United States 

3825, 3829 

BOEMM, RITTA International 

124, 125 



BOER, G. J. DE Netherlands 

6334, 6335 
BOHM, MAX United States 

5227 
BOHM, PAL International 

126 
BOONE, CORA United States 

4236, 6029, 6036 
BORG, CARL OSCAR United States 

1433, 1501, 1727 to 1731, 5441 
BORGLUM, SOLON H. United States 

4471 
BORIE, ADOLPHE United States 

4591, 4595, 4879, 5829 
BOSTON, JOSEPH H. United States 

1429 
BOSZNAY, STEPHEN International 

127 
BOTTEMA, TJEERD Netherlands 

6473, 6474, 6475 
BOTTEMA, TJERK Netherlands 

6336, 6337, 6338 
BOURNE, GERTRUDE BEALS 

4451, 4468 United States 

BOWDOIN, HARRIETTS United States 

5763, 6045 
BOWER, ALEXANDER United States 

6582, 6592 
BOYLE, JOHN J. United States 

20, 67, 1507, 5457 
BOYLE, SARAH Y. McPADDEN 

3826, 3827, 3830 United States 

BOYNTON, RAY S. United States 

1475, 1479, 4225, 4291, 6751 
BRADLEY, SUSAN H. United States 

3793 
BRANGWYN, PRANK International 

529 to 567, 5063, 5064, 5066, 5067, 5069, 
5070, 5072, 5073 
BRAUN, MAURICE United States 

5893, 6598, 6786 
BRECKENRIDGE, HUGH H. United States 
4733, 5027, 5031, 5124, 5126, 5129, 6252, 
6572, 6573, 6576, 6577, 6835 
BREDIN, R. SLOAN United States 

5819 
BREMER, ANNE M. United States 

1487, 5906 
BRENNER, VICTOR D. United States 

4058 to 4063, 4065 to 4069, 4169, 5114, 
5587, 5590 
BREUER, HENRY JOSEPH United States 

4955, 5329, 5334, 5341 
BREYFOGLE, JOHN WINSTANLEY 

4222 United States 

BRIDPORT, HUGH United States 

1732 
BRINLEY, D. PUTNAM United States 

5328, 5332 
BRODSZKY, SANDOR International 

130 
BROOKE, RICHARD NORRIS United States 

6762 
BROOKS, RICHARD E. United States 

4125 to 4128, 4130 to 4134 
BROWN, BENJAMIN C. United States 

1733 to 1756, 6765, 6782 
BROWN, CHARLOTTE HARDING 

6650, 6651, 6654 United States 

BROWN, HOWELL C. United States 

1757 to 1765 
BROWN, M. E. D. United States 

1766 
BROWNE, CHARLES PRANOIS 

1497 United States 

BROWNE, GEORGE ELMER United States 

5205 
BROWNELL, MATILDA A. United States 

5715, 5844 



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INDEX OF AETISTS 



BRUCK, LAJOS International 

131 to 138 
BRUCK. MIKSA International 

139, 140, 141 
BRUMBACK, LOUISE UPTON United States 

1496, 4769 
BRUN, HARALD Norwegian 

1047, 1048, 1049 
BRUNDRIT, R. G. International 

142 
BRYANT, EVERETT LLOYD United States 

5026, 5029, 6250 
BRYANT, MAUDE DREIN United States 

4815, 5918, 6247 
BUD WORTH, WILL S. United States 

4459, 4460 
BUEHR, KARL ALBERT United States 

4637, 5501 
BULL, CHARLES LIVINGSTON 

4217, 4465 United States 

BURCHARD, PABLO Chilian 

1353 to 1357 
BURLEIGH, SIDNEY RICHMOND 

3785 United States 

BURMESTER, ERNST Germany 

143 
BURNHAM, ANITA WILLETS United States 

3732, 4201, 4205 
BURNHAM, ROGER NOBLE United States 

4011, 4012, 4015, 4018, 4019 
BURNSIDE, CAMERON United States 

4770 
BURR, GEORGE ELBERT United States 

1767 to 1772 
BURROUGHS, EDITH WOODMAN 

49, 5255, 5416, 5627 United States 

BURT, CHARLES United States 

1773 
BUSH-BROWN, H. K. United States 

4041, 4042 
BUSH-BROWN, MARGARET LESLEY 

4343, 4349 United States 

BUSHNELL, ADELYN United States 

4304 
BUTLER, EDWARD B. United States 

6585 
BUTLER, HOWARD RUSSELL 

6316 United States 

BUTLER, J. J. P. United States 

6016 
BUTLER, MARY United States 

4974 
BUTLER, THEODORE EARL United States 

6009, 6011, 6013 
BUTTON, ALBERT PRENTICE 

3698, 3711, 3717, 4256, 4259 United States 
BYNE, ARTHUR United States 

6094 to 6101 
CADENASSO, GIUSEPPE United States 

4489, 5711 
CAHILL, ARTHUR United States 

6724 
CAHILL, WILLIAM V. United States 

4890 
CALDER, A. STIRLING United States 

4200, 5002, 5089, 5744 
CALEWAERT, LOUIS H. United States 

1774 to 1787 
CALI6A, I. H. United States 

1427 
CALLAHAN, CAROLINE R. United States 

1490 
CAMMERLOHER, KARL MORITZ 

144, 145, 146 International 

CAMP, HAROLD M. United States 

4254, 5214 
CANALIAS, JOSE International 

869 



CARACCL JOSE Chilian 

1358, 1359, 1360 
CARDONA, JUAN International 

147, 148, 149 
CAREW, BERTHA Italian 

4303 
CARLES, ARTHUR B. United States 

4861, 4863, 5028, 5138, 5141, 5143, 5148 

6248 ' 

CARLISLE, MARY HELEN United States 

1489 
CARLSEN, EMIL United States 

4978, 4979, 4981, 4982,4983 
CARLSON, JOHN F. United States 

1476, 3799, 4453, 4716, 4720, 5231 
CARR, MICHAEL CARMICHAEL 
_ 1J88 1789 United States 

CARRA International 

1009 to 1023 
CARRIGAN, WILLIAM L. United States 

4971, 5498, 5505 
CASE. BERTHA United States 

5338 
CASER, ETTORE United States 

3954, 6563 
CASSATT, MARY United States 

4858 
CATE. P. TEN Netherlands 

6339 
CAULDWELL, LESLIE United States 

3792 
CHAD WICK, CHARLES W. United States 

1790 to 1795 
CHADWICK, EMMA United States 

1796 to 1799 
CHAMBERLIN, F. TOLLES United States 

5626 
CHANDLER, GEORGE WALTER 

1800 to 1810 United States 

CHAPMAN, CHARLES S. United States 

6799 
CHASE, LILA ELIZABETH United States 

4318, 4319 
CHASE, WILLIAM M. United States 

5546 to 5577 
CHENEY, JOHN United States 

CHRISTMAS, E. W. International 

150, 151 
CHURCHILL, WILLIAM W. United States 

1473 
CLARENBACH, MAX Chilian 

152 
CLARK, ALSON SKINNER United States 

5396 to 5413 

^hi^F^ FREEMAN United States 

3675 

CLARKE, THOMAS SHIELDS United States 

1434 
CLARKSON, RALPH United States 

4797, 5444, 5723 
CLEMENT. CATHERINE United States 

3818 
CLOSSON, WILLIAM BAXTER 

1812 to 1823, 6613 United StatP<? 

CLUTE, WALTER MARSHALL ^ ''"«'"'''**«« 

cocTropt, edythe varian"""'*'^^'"'"^ 

4216, 4753 United States 

COFFIN, WILLIAM ANDERSON 

1458, 1468, 1471 United States 

COHEN, NESSA United States 

5249, 5272 
COLE, THOMAS CASILEAR United States 

6819 
COLE, TIMOTHY United States 

1824 to 1838 
COLEMAN, CHARLES CARYL 

5717 United States 



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INDEX OF AETISTS 



COLLETT, FREDRIK Norwegian 

1050 
COLLETTB, JOAN Netherlands 

6340, 6341 
COLMAN, SAMUEL United States 

1839 
COLT, MORGAN United States 

5756, 5760 
COLWELL, ELIZABETH United States 

1840 to 1851 
COMAN, CHARLOTTE BUELL United States 

4711, 4714, 4804 
COMTE, A. Le Netlierlands 

6342 
CONANT, LUCY SCARBOROUGH 

6084 to 6089 United States 

CONGDON, ADAIRENE VOSE United States 

1852 to 1861 
CONGDON, THOMAS R. United States 

1862 to 1877, 6775 
CONNELL, EDWIN D. United States 

6276 
CONNER, JOHN RAMSEY United States 

4806, 4809, 4854 
COOLIDGE, BERTHA United States 

3850, 3851, 3853, 3854 
COOLIDGE, MARY ROSAMOND 

5290, 5757 United States 

COONSMEN, NANCY United States 

4608, 6839 
COOPER, COLIN CAMPBELL United States 

5758, 5762, 6063, 6064, 6065, 6588 
COOPER, EMMA LAMPERT United States 

6587, 6590 
COOSSAAR, J. C. W. Netherlands 

6343 
COOVER, NELL United States 

1878 to 1884 
CORBETT, GAIL SHERMAN United States 

42, 63, 4038, 4039, 4045, 4046, 4048, 5001, 
5584 
CORNOYER, PAUL United States 

4519, 4990 
CORREA, RAFAEL Chilian 

1361, 1362, 1363 
COSSMANN, A. International 

568 
COSTA, JERONIMO Chilian 

1364 
COTTET, CHARLES International 

153 
COTTON, JOHN WESLEY United States 

1885 to 1907 
COUSE, E. IRVING United States 

3804, 5807, 6618. 
COVEY, ARTHUR S. United States 

1908 to 1916 
COX, LOUISE United States 

5326 
CREALOCK, JOHN International 

154 
CRENIER, HENRI United States 

6325 
CRISP, ARTHUR United States 

1422, 6037, 6038, 6668 
CROSS, SALLY United States 

4414, 4416, 4419, 4423 
CROWLEY, GRAY PRICE United States 

3914 
CSAKTORNYAI International 

155 
CSOK, ISTVAN International 

156 to 163 
CULLER, THOMAS Philippine 

5850 
CUNEO, CYRUS CINCINNATTO 

5905 United States 

CUNEO, RINALDO United States 

6581 



CURTIS, WILLIAM FULLER United States 

3956 
GUSHING, HOWARD GARDINER 

4622, 5188, 5190, 5212 United States 

CZIGANY, DEZSO International 

164 
DABO, LEON United States 

6824 
DAHL, NILS Norwegian 

1051, 1052 
DAHLGREEN, CHARLES W. United States 

1917 to 1944 
DAKE, CAREL L. Netherlands 

6344 
DAKE, CAREL L., JR. Netherlands 

6345 to 6348 
DALLIN, CYRUS EDWIN United States 

2, 24, 1508, 3680, 3687, 3972, 5077, 5093, 
5589 
DAVEY, RANDALL United States 

5285 
DAVIES. ARTHUR B. United States 

5591 to 5622, 6231, 6234, 6747, 6748, 6749 
DAVIS, CECIL CLARK United States 

4756, 5234 
DAVIS, CHARLES HAROLD United States 

4604 
DAVIS, JOHN PARKER United States 

1945 to 1949 
DAVIS, STUART United States 

6644, 6645, 6732, 6733 
DAVOL, JOSEPH BENJAMIN United States 

5228, 5335, 6610 
DAWKINS, HENRY United States 

1950 
DAWSON, GEORGE WALTER United States 

6049, 6052 
DAWSON-WATSON United States 

1951, 1952 
DEBERITZ, PER Norwegian 

1053, 1054, 1055 
DE CAMP, JOSEPH RODEPER 

5653, 5654, 5655, 5663, 5665 United States 
DE CORDOBA, MATHILDE United States 

1953 to 1972 
DE JONG, BETTY United States 

4521, 6608 
DEL MUE, MAURICE United States 

4918 
DEMING, ADELAIDE United States 

3797 
DEMING, EDWIN W. United States 

5258, 5264, 5265, 5266, 5268, 5275, 5297, 
5816, 5901 
DEMUTH, CHARLES United States 

4246, 4247 
DERKSEN, G. Netherlands 

6349 
DETTMAR, R. International 

569 
DEVENTER, JOHANNA CORNELIA VAN 

6350 Netherlands 

DE VOLL, F. USHER United States 

4513, 4632, 5314, 5721 
DE WENTWORTH, CECILS United States 

3674, 6277 
DEWEY, CHARLES MELVILLE 

6768 United States 

DE WITT, GERARD United States 

1973 
DICKENSON, PRESTON United States 

6746 
DICKMAN, CHARLES JOHN United States 

4814, 5071, 5291 
DIETSCH, C. PERCIVAL United States 

30 
DILLAYE, BLANCHE United States 

1974 to 1995, 3770, 6039, 6046, 6803 



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DIMOCK, E. ■ United States 

3726 to 3731 
DIRIKS, EDVARD Norwegian 

1056, 1057 
DIRKS, RUDOLPH United States 

4480, 4483, 4738, 6801 
DIXON, MAYNARD United States 

1467, 5806, 6813 
DODS-WITHERS, ISOBEL International 

165 
DONOHO, RUGER United States 

4634, 4638, 5210, 5213 
DOOYEWAARD, JACOB Netherlands 

6351 
DOUGHERTY, PARKE CURTIS 

5716, 5718 United States 

DOUGHERTY, PAUL United States 

1451, 4970, 4973, 4977 
DOW, ARTHUR WESLEY United States 

1426, 1428, 1996 to 2009 
DRAPER, H. J. International 

166 
DRIESTEN, A. J. VAN Netherlands 

6352 
DU BOIS, GUY PENE United States 

6814 
DUFNER, EDWARD United States 

3953, 5321, 5324, 6634 
DU MONO, FRANK VINCENT United States 

4590, 4594, 4710, 4713, 4723, 4727 
DU MOND, FREDERIC MELVILLE 

1443, 1456, 1459, 5909, 6586 United States 
DU MOND, HELEN SAVIER United States 

4475, 4482 
DUNBAR, HAROLD C. United States 

4820, 4824 
DUNLAP, HELENA United States 

5499 5920 
DURAND, ASHER BROWN United States 

2010 
DURKEE, HELEN WINSLOW United States 

3862 to 3874 
DUSTIN, SILAS S. United States 

6599 
DUVENECK, FRANK United States 

3952, 4958 
EAKINS, THOMAS United States 

6288 to 6293 
EAST, SIR ALFRED International 

167 
EATON, CHARLES WARREN United States 

5770, 5817 
EBERLE, ABASTINA ST. LEGER 

4610. 5042 to 5051 United States 

EBERT, CHARLES H. United States 

5894, 5912, 6557 
EDMONDSON, WILLIAM J. United States 

4748 
EDVI-ILLES, ALADAR International 

168 to 174 
EDVI-ILLES, JENO International 

682 
EDWARDS, S. ARLENT United States 

2011, 2012 
EDWIN, DAVID United States 

2013 
EISENLOHR, EDWARD G. United States 

6646 
ELLERHUSEN, ULRICH H. United States 

4124, 5003, 5430 
ELLIOTT. CHARLES LORING United States 

4227, 4228, 4230, 4232, 4233 
ELLIOTT. ELIZABETH SHIPPEN GREEN 

6660, 6661 United States 

EMERICI. ANDOR International 

175, 176, 177 
ENGELMAN, PETER International 

178, 179, 180 
ERICSON, DAVID United States 

1474, 6607 



Norwegian 

Norwegian 

United States 

United States 

Chilian 

Philippine 

Netherlands 

United States 

United States 



ERIKSEN, BJARNE Norwegian 

1058 
ERIKSEN, KRISTOFER 

1209 
ERIKSEN, SIGURD 

1059 
ERTZ, EDWARD F. 

2014 to 2020 
ESKRIDGE, ROBERT 

2021, 2022 
ESPINOSA, EUCARPIO 

1365, 1366, 1367 
ESPIRITU, A. 

5851, 5852 
ESSEN, JAN VAN 

6353 
EVANS, FRANCES 

4321 
EVANS, JOHN W. 

2023 to 2028 
EVERETT, HOWARD EDWARD 

FAm^F %^^? ^"''^"^ States 

=;«^q' ^^-a- Philippine 

0006, 58o4 

^^ol^?^?L^S' A^'^RD United States 

o6 ( 9, o933 

P^glRCHILD, MAY United States 

FARLEY, RICHARD BLOSSOM 

6600 United Stntps 

FARNDON. WALTER Unkid Halls 

FARNHAM, SALLY JAMES United States 

FARRAR, HENRY United States 

2029 2030 2031 
FECHi'n, NICHOLAI United States 

181 
FEHERVARY, ERZI International 

182, 183, 870 to 874 
FELDMAN, BARUCH M. United States 

4749 
FEMES-BECK, VILMOS International 

875 to 880 
FENDERSON, ANNIE M. United States 

3912 
FENTON, BEATRICE United States 

4929, 5090, 5522 
FENYES, ADOLF International 

184 
PERENCZY, BENJAMIN International 

881 
FERENCZY. KAROLY International 

185, 186, 187 
FERENCZY, VALER International 

188 189 
FERGUSON, NANCY M. United States 

4742, 4743, 4744, 4751, 4752, 4828, 5446, 
6204, 6743 
FERNOW, BERNICE P. ANDREWS 

3908, 3909, 3911, 3913 United States 

FERRER, SANTIAGO International 

190 
FERRIS, STEPHEN J. United States 

2032 
FERWERDA, BEREND Netherlands 

6354 
FILEMYR, JOSEPH J. United States 

4766 
FILOVSKY. See Jilovsky 
FINK, FREDERICK United States 

4767 
FINKELNBURG, AUGUSTA United States 

6048, 6633 
FINN. JAMES WALL United States 

5813 
FISHER. MARK United States 

1435, 5884 
FISKE. GERTRUDE United States 

4794, 5287 



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INDEX OF AETISTS 



FITTON, HEDLEY International 

570 
FLAGG, CHARLES NOEL United States 

5282 
FLANAGAN, JOHN United States 

4135 to 4145, 4173 to 4199 
FLORENCE, M. SARGENT United States 

5578, 5579, 5581, 5582 
FLORIO, SALVATORE E. United States 

3685, 4146 
FOLGER, ANNIE B. United States 

3688, 3690, 6664 

FOOTE, JOSEPHINE J. United States 

3820 
FOOTE, MARY United States 

4517, 4731, 5502, 5775, 6612 
FOOTE, WILL HOWE United States 

4894, 4913, 4916, 6567 
FORSYTH, WILLIAM United States 

1498, 3800, 4212, 5230 
FORTUNE, E. CHARLTON United States 

3689, 4785, 4791. 6638, 6652 

FOSTER, BEN United States 

5339 
FOURNIER, ALEXIS JEAN United States 

6606 
FRASER, JAMES EARL United States 

4108 to 4123, 5091, 5092, 5096, 5111, 5113, 
5423, 5425, 6840 
FRENCH, DANIEL CHESTER United States 

65, 69, 1439, 5109, 5112 
FRENCH, PRANK P. United States 

2033 to 2051 
FRIESEKE, FREDERICK CARL 

4796, 5151, 5506 to 5509 United States 

FRISHMUTH, HARRIET W. United States 

9, 5041 
PROELICH, MAREN M. United States 

5811 
FROMEN, AGNES VALBORG United States 

4569 
FRY, SHERRY EDMUNDSON United States 

5 5943 
FULLER, HENRY B. United States 

5065 
FUNK, WILHELM United States 

5232 
GABNSSLEN, OTTO ROBERT United States 

5257 
GAGNON, CLARENCE A. United States 

2052 to 2062 
GAIGHER, HORATIO International 

191, 192 
GALE. HARRIETTS DRAPER United States 

3915 
GALIMBERTI, SANDOR International 

193, 194, 195 
GALIMBERTI-DENES, VALERIA 

196, 197 International 

GALLAGHER, SEARS United States 

2063 to 2093, 6630 
GALLAUDET, ELISHA United States 

2094 
GALLEN-KALLELA, AXEL International 

198 to 259 
GALT. CHARLES FRANKLIN United States 

5333, 5841 
GANIERE, GEORGE ETIENNE 

5588 United States 

GARBER, DANIEL United States 

5202, 5204, 5206 
GARCIA ESCARRE, FRANCISCO 

260, 261 International 

GARJEANNE, J. Netherlands 

6355, 6356, 6357 
GAUGUIN, POLA Norwegian 

1060 to 1063, 1210, 1211, 1212 
GAULEY. ROBERT DAVID United States 

4995, 5440 



GEERLINGS, JACQUES Netherlands 

6358 
GELERT, JOHANNES United States 

4097, 4098, 4754, 5004 
GELHAAR, EMIL United States 

1491 
GETCHELL, EDITH LORING United States 

2095 
GIHON, CLARENCE MONTFORT 

4660, 4810 United States 

GILCHRIST, WALLACE W., JR. 

4615, 6106 to 6111 United States 

GILES, HOWARD United States 

5033 
GILMORE, ADA United States 

2096 
GINNETT, LOUISE International 

262 
GLACKENS, WILLIAM J. United States 

4865, 4866, 4868, 4869, 4871, 4872, 4874, 
4875. 4877, 5312 
CLATTER, GYULA International 

263 
GLATZ, OSZKAR International 

264 to 268, 683 to 689 
GLEESON, CHARLES K. United States 

2097 to 2113 
GLEHN, JANE EMMET VON International 

269 
GLEHN, W. G. VON International 

270 
GLINTENKAMP, HENRY J. United States 

1462 
GOEDVRIEND, THEODOOR Netherlands 

6359 
GOETSCH, GUSTAV F. United States 

2114, 2115, 2116 
GOHLER, HERMAN International 

271 
GOLDTHWAITE, ANNE United States 

2117 to 2127 
GONZALES. JUAN FRANCISCO Chilian 

1368 to 1387 
GONZALES, SIMON Chilian 

1415, 1416 
GOODMAN, R. G. International 

272 to 275 
GOODWIN, ARTHUR CLIFTON 

5722, 5724, 6258 United States 

GORI, BERTHA Netherlands 

6360 
GOTH, MORIO International 

690, 691, 692 
GOTTHOLD, FLORENCE WOLF 

6246 United States 

GRAADT, VAN ROGGEN 

(Johannes Mattheus) Netherlands 

6476, 6477 
GRABACH, JOHN R. United States 

6770 
GRAFLY, CHARLES United States 

17, 4962, 4963, 4964, 4966, 4967, 4969, 
5075, 5085, 5383, 5624, 5651, 5652 
GRANDE, SEVERIN Norwegian 

1064 to 1067 
GRANT, LAWRENCE United States 

6810 
GRANVILLE-SMITH, WALTER 

3801, 3807, 6566, 6595, 6818 United States 
GRAY, FREDERICK G. United States 

4805, 5288, 5837 
GRAY, PERCY United States 

4208 
GREEK CASTS 

6847 to 7022 
GRIFFIN, JAMES MARTIN United States 

2128 
GRIFFIN, WALTER United States 

4541 to 4567 



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INDEX OF AETISTS 



GRIFFITH, LOUIS OSCAR United States 

2129 to 2135 
GRIMES. FRANCES United States 

3678, 3978, 4005 to 4009, 5098, 5156 
GROLL, ALBERT LOREY United States 

1425, 1455, 5814 
GROOT, G. DE Netherlands 

6361 
GROSSMAN, EDWIN BOOTH United States 

6609 
GROVER, OLIVER DENNETT United States 

5325 
GUERIN, JULES United States 

4491 to 4512 
GUTMANN, BERNHARD United States 

4864 
HAAVARDSHOLM, MAGNHILD Norwegian 

1068 
HAGGIN, BEN ALI United States 

5337 
HAILMAN, JOHANNA K. WOODWELL 

1446, 4827, 4840 United States 

HALE, LILIAN WESTCOTT United States 

4834, 4892, 4897, 6007, 6010, 6012, 6014 
HALE, PHILIP LESLIE United States 

4898, 4900, 4903, 4904, 4905, 4908, 4910, 
6066, 6069, 6070 
HALE, WALTER • United States 

2136, 2137, 2138, 3774, 6726, 6727 
HALLOWELL, GEORGE HAWLEY 

United States 

6040, 6042, 6044, 6057, 6059, 6060, 6061 
HALPERT, SAMUEL United States 

5030, 6233, 6777 
HALPIN, FREDERICK United States 

2139 
HAMEL, WILLEM Netherlands 

6362 
HAMILTON, JOHN McLURE United States 

4645, 4651, 4653, 4655, 4657,. 4664 to 4697 
HAMILTON MARY RITER United States 

4654, 5456 
HAMMARBAECK, A. Norwegian 

1213, 1214, 1215 
HAMMERSMITH, PAUL United States 

2140 to 2143 
HAMMOND, ARTHUR J. United States 

6784 
HANISCH, R. International 

571 572 
HANSEN, ARMIN 0. United States 

2144 to 2147, 5208, 5283 
HARDING, GEORGE United States 

4253, 6104, 6653, 6691, 6736 
HARER, FREDERICK W. United States 

2148 to 2156 
HARLAND, MARY United States 

3828 
HARLEY United States 

2157 
HARPER, MARIAN DUNLAP United States 

3832, 4429 
HARRISON, ALEXANDER United States 

4705, 4813, 4816, 4821, 4823, 4826, 5245 
HARRISON, BIRGE United States 

5747, 5754, 5774, 5776, 5777 
HARRITON, ABRAHAM United States 

2158 
HARSHE, ROBERT B. United States 

2159 to 2178 
HART, GEORGE United States 

6135, 6136, 6137, 6149, 6151, 6152 
HARTING, DIRK Netherlands 

6478 to 6485 
HARTLEY, MARSDEN United States 

4620, 4624 
HARTMAN, C. BERTRAM United States 

2179 to 2185, 5017, 5025, 5511 to 5514, 6153 
to 6160 



HARVEY, ELI United States 

1512, 4002. 4003, 4932, 5415, 6845 
HARY, GYULA International 

276 
HASKELL, ERNEST United States 

2186 to 2209 
HASSAM, CHILDE United States 

2210 to 2251, 5068, 5523 to 5541, 6162 to 
6197, 6834, 6836 
HATVANY, BARON PERENCZ International 

277 to 280, 693 to 696 
HAVERKAMP, G. C. Netherlands 

6486 to 6489 
HAWEIS, STEPHEN International 

281 to 287 
HAWLEY, MARGARET FOOTE 

3906. 3907, 3910 
HAWORTH, EDITH United States 

4255, 6679 to 6683 
HAZEN, WILHELMINA United States 

4350, 4352, 4353 
HEBER, CARL AUGUSTUS United States 

43 
HECHT, VICTOR DAVID United States 

5239 
HEIBERG. ASTRI WELHAVEN Norwegian 

1069, 1070 
HEIBERG, JEAN Norwegian 

1071 to 1075 
HEIL. CHARLES EMILE United States 

3691, 3692, 3693, 3737 to 3742 
HEINEMANN, ERNST United States 

2252 
HELSBY, ALFREDO International 

288 289 
HEMELMAN, ALBERT Netherlands 

6490, 6491 
HENDERSON, A. ELIZABETH 

3817, 3819, 3823 United States 

HENNING. OTTO Norwegian 

1076, 1077 
BERING, HENRY United States 

3958, 4001, 4004, 4072 to 4081, 4083, 4084, 
4085, 4640, 4662, 4663, 5082, 5087, 5102, 
5107 
HERKOMER, HERMAN G. United States 

5279 5281 
HERMAN, LIPOT International 

697, 698 
HERR, MARGARET United States 

4300, 4302 
HERRER. JOAQUIN M. Philippine 

5855 5856 
HERTER, LOOMS United States 

5782 to 5795 
HEUERMANN, MAGDA United States 

4332, 4334, 4341 
HEYENBROEK, HERMAN Netherlands 

6363 to 6368 
HEYNEMANN, JULIA H. United States 

4722, 5450, 6320, 6684 
HIDALGO, FELIX R. Philippine 

5857 to 5867 
HIGGINS. EUGENE United States 

2253 to 2263, 6578 
HILDEBRANDT, CORNELIA ELLIS 

3917 United States 

HILL, CLARA United States 

4099 
HILL, JOHN United States 

2264 
HINKLE, CLARENCE K. United States 

4512 
HITCHCOCK, GEORGE United States 

4764, 4765 
HITTLE, MARGARET A. United States 

4726 
HOARD, MARGARET United States 

4568, 5120 



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INDEX OF ARTISTS 



HOBART, CLARK United States 

2265 to 2290, 5951 to 5958, 5965 to 5972, 
5999 to 6006, 6321 
HOEBER, ARTHUR United States 

1447, 6771 
HOFFMAN, HARRY LESLIE United States 

4768, 6558 
HOFFMAN, MALVINA United States 

4937, 4939, 4942, 5518 
HOLBO, KRISTEN Norwegian 

1078, 1079, 1080 
HOLLISTER, ANTOINETTE B. 

5299 United States 

HOLLO, GEZA International 

290 
HOLM. HANS Norwegian 

1216, 1217, 1218 XT •. J c* . 

HOLM, VICTOR S. United States 

8 37 5583 
HOLMBOE, THOROLP Norwegian 

1081 to 1086 . , „ 

HOOPER, ROSA United States 

3821, 3822, 3824 .. ^ o. * 

HOPKINS, EDNA BOIES United States 

2291 to 2300 _ . ^ ^^ ^ 

HOPKINS, JAMES R. United States 

4524, 4633, 4848, 4906, 4909 
HOPKINSON, CHARLES United States 

4893 5193, 5292, 6030, 6031, 6034, 6035 
HORNBY, LESTER GEORGE United States 

2301 to 2325 
HORTER, EARL United States 

2326, 2327 ^^ . ^ „^ ^ 

HOULAHAN, KATHLEEN United States 

5452 
HOVENDEN, MARTHA M. United States 

4860 
HOWARD, CLARA E. United States 

3896 
HOWE, WILLIAM HENRY United States 

6268 
HOWLAND, ALLEN S. United States 

4374, 4378 
HOYTEMA, TH. VAN Netherlands 

6492 
HUBBARD, MARY WILSON United States 

4462 
HUBBELL, HENRY SALEM United States 

6322 
HUBER, KONRAD United States 

2328 
HUDSON, CHARLES W. United States 

4204, 4269, 4288, 4924 
HUDSON, ELMER F. United States 

4613, 4616 
HUDSPETH, R. N. United States 

3856, 3860 
HUGHES-STANTON, H. International 

291 
HUMPHRIES, CHARLES HARRY 

5426 United States 

HUNT, E. AUBREY United States 

4470, 5839 
HUNTER, ISABEL United States 

6734, 6735 
HUNTER, SARA KATHEBINE 

4435 United States 

HUNTINGTON, MARGARET WENDELL 

6244 United States 

HURLEY, EDWARD TIMOTHY 

2329 to 2353, 4800, 6825 United States 

HURLEY, IRENE BISHOP United States 

3928 
HURRY. LUCY W. United States 

6639, 6665, 6666 
HUTCHINSON, F. W. United States 

5322 
HYATT, ANNA VAUGHAN United States 

3768, 5006, 5296, 5931, 5940, 5941 



HYDE, HELEN United States 

2354 to 2399 
HYDE, WILLIAM HENRY United States 

6797 
HYETT, WILL J, United States 

5317 
INGEN, HENDRIKUS ALEXANDER VAN 

6369 to 6373 United States 

INGERSOLL, EMMA K. H. United States 

4373, 4376, 4382 
IRVINE, WILSON United States 

4717, 6580, 6796 
ISAMITT, CARLOS Chilian 

1388, 1389, 1390 
ISRAELS, JOSEF Netherlands 

6493 
IVANYI-GRUNWALD, RELA International 

292 to 297 
JACKSON, ANNIE HURLBURT 

3936, 3940, 3942, 3943, 6008 
JACOBSEN, AUGUST Norwegian 

1087 
JAEGERS, ALBERT United States 

5386 
JAKOBI, RUTH United States 

3733, 5973 to 5980 
JAMAR, S. CORINNS United States 

4402 
JANS, JAN Netherlands 

6374 
JANSSEN. ROBERT M. Netherlands 

6375, 6376 
JANSSOX, ALFRED United States 

5719 
JAQUES, BERTHA E. CLAUSON 

2400 to 2417 United States 

JAVOR, PAL International 

298, 299 
JAY, CECIL United States 

3831, 3833 to 3836, 5443 
JILOVSKY, G. International 

573 to 578 
JOFRE, PEDRO Chilian 

1391 
JOHANSEN, JOHN CHRISTEN 

5196 to 5199, 5211 United States 

JOHANSEN, OTTO Norwegian 

1088, 1089, 1090 
JOHNS, W. R. United States 

2418 to 2424 
JOHNSON, GRACE MOTT United States 

4051, 5270, 5271, 5273 
JOHNSON, THOMAS United States 

2425, 2426, 2427 
JONES, FRANCIS C. United States 

1464 
JONES, HUGH BOLTON United States 

6761 
JONES, LEON PORTER United States 

4773, 6601 
JONES, REGINALD International 

300 
JONG, TOON DE Netherlands 

6494, 6495 
JORDE, LARS Norwegian 

1091, 1092, 1093 
JUERGENS, ALFRED United States 

6772, 6816 
JUHASZ. ARPAD International 

699, 700 
JUNG, C. JAC United States 

5302 
JUNGHANNS, JULIUS PAUL 

301 International 

JUNGNICKEL, L. H. International 

579 to 590 
KAELIN, CHARLES S. United States 

3769, 3771, 3796, 3798 



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INDEX OF AKTISTS 



KARLOVSKY, BERTALAN International 

302. 303, 304 
KASIMIR, L. International 

591 to 594 
KASIMIRHOERNES, T. International 

595, 596 
KATONA, NANDOK International 

305, 306 
KAULA, LEE LUFKIN United States 

1486 
KAVLI, ARNE Norwegian 

1094 to 1101, 1219 to 1229 
KAZIANY, ODON International 

307 to 314 
KEELER, CHARLES B. JR. United States 

2428 to 2439 
KELLER, ARTHUR I. United States 

6737 
KELLER, EDGAR United States 

6790 
KELLY, HANNAH R. United States 

3877 
KEMEYS, EDWARD S. United States 

4070, 6071 
KENDALL, SERGEANT United States 

4712, 5236, 5778 
KENT, ROCKWELL United States 

4880 
KERLING, ANNA E. Netherlands 

6377, 6378 
KERNSTOCK, KAROLY International 

315 to 318 
KEVER, J. S. H. Netherlands 

6379 
KEZDI-KOVACS, LASZLO International 

319 
KIELLAND, MANNE Norwegian 

1102, 1230 

KIMBALL. ISABEL MOORE United States 

3971 3975 
KIMBALL, KATHERINE United States 

2440 to 2451 
KING, CHARLES B. United States 

2452 to 2455 
KING, EDITH LAWRENCE United States 

4213, 4214 
KING, PAUL United States 

4538, 6565, 6594 
KIRKPATRICK, WILLIAM A. 

4534, 4628, 4631 United States 

KLEIN, LILLIE V. O'RYAN United States 

3923, 3924, 3926, 3927 
KLEMM, WALTER International 

597 to 611 
KNIGHT, CHARLES R. United States 

3681, 3682, 6844 
KNIGHT, HAROLD International 

320 
KNIGHT, LAURA International 

321 322 
KNOX, JAMES United States 

4857 
KOEKKOEK, GERARD Netherlands 

6496 
KOKOSCHKA. OSKAR International 

323 to 337, 612 
KOLSTO, FREDRIK Norwegian 

1103, 1104 

KONRAD, GYULA International 

701, 702, 703 
KONTI, ISIDORE United States 

58, 1510, 5301, 5458, 5934 
KOOPMAN, AUGUSTUS United States 

2456, 2457, 2458 
KOPMAN, BENJAMIN D. United States 

4704, 6792 
KOPPENOL, C. Netherlands 

6380, 6381, 6382 



KORMENDI-FRIMM, JENO International 

882, 883 

KOROSFOI-KRIESCH, A. International 

338 to 351 

M. 



KRABBE, H. 

6383, 6384 
KRAG, LUL 

1105 
KRAMER, MARTINUS 

6385. 6386, 6497, 6498 
KRATINA, JOSEPH 

6842 
KRETZINGER, CLARA JOSEPHINE 

4485, 4531 United States 

KROLL, LEON United States 

4946, 4951, 5142, 5327, 5331, 6764 



Netherlands 

Norwegian 

Netherlands 

United States 



Norwegian 
United States 



United States 
United States 



United States 



International 
International 



KROGH, CHRISTIAN 

1106 to 1113 
KRONBERG, LOUIS 

4452, 4617 
KRUELL, GUSTAX 

2459 to 2464 
KRUPKA, JOSEPH 

3767 
KUHN, WALT 

4862, 5140, 5145, 6221, 6649 
KUNFFY, LAJOS 

352 
KUNWALD, CEZAR 

353 
LADD, ANNA COLEMAN United States 

3, 39, 41, 3959, 5517, 5520, 5904, 5930, 
5939, 6846 
LAESSLE, ALBERT United States 

5145, 5155, 5171 to 5186, 5218, 5847 
LA FARGE, BANCEL United States 

5765, 6047 
LA FARGE, JOHN United States 

5660 
LAFPAN, A. United States 

2465 
LAMB, F. M. United States 

5810, 6056 
LAMBERT, GERTRUDE A. United States 

4948 
LANDER, BENJAMIN United States 

2466 
LANG, ANNIE TRAQUAIR United States 

4630, 5191, 5336, 5340 
LANGHORNE, KATHERINE United States 

1465, 6603, 6794 
LANGTRY, MARY United States 

3794, 6033 
LATHROP, WILLIAM LANGSON 

3714, 4582, 4586, 4623, 
5842, 6054, 6055 
LATOUCHE, GASTON 

354 
LAURENG, THEODOR 

1114 
LAVERY, JOHN 

355 
LAWSON, ERNEST 



United States 

International 

Norwegian 

International 



6199 to 6202, 6206, 6210 to 6216 



United States 



KERR 



International 



LAWSON, J. 

356 
LEADER, B. EASTLAKE 

357 
LEARNED, ARTHUR GARFIELD 

2467, 2468 United States 

LEDEBOER, HANS Netherlands 

6387 
LEDERER, FRITZ 

613 to 619 
LEE, ARTHUR 

5104, 5105 
LEIGH, WILLIAM ROBINSON 

1437 United States 



International 



International 
United States 



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IXDEX OF AETISTS 



LEMOS, PEDRO J. United States 

2469 to 2482 
LENARD. ROBERT International 

704 to 722 
LEVER, HAYLEY United States 

1421, 1423, 4732, 5008, 5010, 5012, 5013, 
5016, 5146 
LEVITT, JOEL J. United States 

4636 
LEVY. BEATRICE S. United States 

2483 to 2488 
LEVY, WILLIAM AUERBACH 

1438, 2489, 4947 United States 

LEWIS, ALLEN United States 

2490 to 2509 
LEWIS, HELEN V. United States 

3888 to 3895 
LICHTENAUER, J, MORTIMER 

5251, 6648, 6720 United States 

LILJE STROM, GUSTAV F. United States 

6756 
LINDE, OSSIP L. United States 

5927 6305 
LINDIN, CARL OLOF ERIC 

1466 
LIPOTH, FERENCZ International 

358 to 363 
LIPPINCOTT, WILLIAM HENRY 

6821 United States 

LITTLE, JOHN WESLEY United States 

3806 
LITTLE, PHILIP United States 

4889, 4896 
LLIMONA, JUAN International 

364, 365 
LLOPIS DE CASADES, JUAN MARIA 

366, 367, 368 International 

LOBOS, ALFREDO Chilian 

1392 
LOBOS, ENRIQUE Chilian 

1393 
LOCKMAN, DE WITT M. United States 

5831 . , „ 

LOCKWOOD, WILTON United States 

4658, 4659, 4661 
LOKKE, MARIE United States 

6753 
LONDONER, AMY United States 

5991 to 5998 
LONGACRE, JAMES BARTON United States 

2510 
LONGMAN. EVELYN BEATRICE 

5117. 5384, 5671, 5672 United States 

LOPEZMESQUITA, JOSE M. International 

369, 370 
LOTZ, KAROLY International 

371 to 376, 723 
LOY, MINA International 

o rjrj g IJQ 

LUCARES, OSCAR Chilian 

1394, 1395 
LUCAS, JEAN WILLIAMS United States 

3944, 3945, 3946, 3948, 3949 
LGCKER, EUGENE Netherlands 

6388 to 6391, 6499 to 6505 
LUDOVICI, ALICE E. United States 

3813 
LUKE, KATHRYN LOGAN United States 

3814, 3816 
LUKEMAN, AUGUSTUS United States 

5252 
LUKS, GEORGE United States 

4878, 4881, 5825, 5826 
LUM, BERTHA United States 

2511 to 2531 
LUNA, JUAN Philippine 

5868, 5869 
LUND, HENRIK Norwegian 

1115 to 1121 



LUNGREN, FERNAND United States 

1430 
LUQUIENS, HUC-MAZELET United States 

2532 to 2535 
LUYT, A. M. United States 

6392 
LYNCH, ANNA United States 

4320, 4322 
LYNCH, ENRIQUE Chilian 

1396 
McCARTER, HENRY United States 

4202, 6050, 6051, 6637 
McCOLL, MARY A. United States 

5749 
McCOMAS, FRANCIS United States 

5482 to 5487 
Mccormick, HOWARD united states 

6700 
Mccormick, M. EVELYN united states 

4745 
MacDOUGALL, JOHN A. United States 

3916 
McEWEN, WALTER United States 

6306, 6307, 6308, 6313 
McFEE, HENRY LEE United States 

5139, 5144, 5147, 6237 
MacGILVARY, NORWOOD United States 

3778, 6663 
McILHENNY, C. morgan United States 

6265 
McINTYRE, KATHERINE United States 

3925 
Macintosh, WILLIAM W. united States 

4129 
Mckenzie, R. TAIT united states 

70 
McKILLOP, WILLIAM United States 

6275, 6807 
MacLAUGHLIN, DONALD SHAW 

2536 to 2539 United States 

McMILLEN, MILDRED United States 

2540 
MacNEIL, CAROL BROOKS United States 

4698, 5220, 5223, 5250 
MacNEIL, HERMON ATKINS United States 

1440, 4094, 4095, 4102, 4103, 5216, 5217, 
5544 

Macrae, elmer Livingston 

6223, 6225, 6227, 6261 United States 

MAAREL. M. van DER Netherlands 

6393, 6394 
MACKY, CONSTANCE United States 

4619, 6207 
MACKY, E. SPENCER United States 

4224, 4226, 5922 
MACRUM. GEORGE H. United States 

4772, 5746 
MACSOUD, NICHOLAS S. United States 

3844. 3847, 3849, 3852 
MAGER, GUS United States 

3673, 5439, 6687 
MAGONIGLE, EDITH M. United States 

3721, 3747, 3749, 3750, 3937, 3938 
MAGYAR-MANNHEIMER, GUSTAV 

379 to 383 International 

MAJOR, HENRIK International 

384 
MANATT, WILLIAM WHITNEY 

5274 United States 

MANIGAULT, E. MIDDLETON United States 

5900 
MANLEY, THOMAS R. United States 

2541 to 2544 
MANNING, W. WESTLEY International 

620 
MARES, FREDERICO International 

884 
MARFFY, ODON International 

385 to 388 



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INDEX OF AETISTS 



MARIN, JOHN United States 

2545 to 2548, 5674 to 5700 
MARIS, MATTHEW United States 

6506 
MARK, LA JOS International 

389 to 393 
MARKO, ERNO International 

724 
MARR, CARL United States 

4959 
MARSH, ALICE RANDALL United States 

4381 
MARSHALL, E. NEWELL United States 

6138, 6139, 6140, 6147, 6148, 6150 
MARSHALL, WILLIAM EDGAR 

2549 United States 
MARTINEZ, XAVIER United States 

2550 to 2555, 4656, 5983 to 5988, 6722 
6723 

MASON, JOHN United States 

1469, 1472 
MASON, MAUD M. United States 

4923 
MATHEWS, ARTHUR F. United States 

5062 
MATISSE, HENRI International 

621 to 634 
MAURER, ALFRED H. United States 

4954, 6555 
MAURY, CORNELIA F. United States 

4289, 6647 
MAUVE, A. R. Netherlands 

6395 
MAUVE, ANTOON Netherlands 

6396 to 6399 
MAVERICK, PETER United States 

2556 
MAYER, LOUIS United States 

4526, 6556 
MAYNARD, RICHARD F. United States 

1485, 3808 
MAZUR, WLADYSLAW United States 

4049, 4056, 4170, 6841 
MAZZANOVICH, LAURENCE United States 

6798 
MEAKIN, L. H. United States 

1494, 5306, 5310, 5315 
MEARS, HELEN FARNSWORTH 

4024 United States 

MEDNYANSZKY, BARON International 

394, 395, 396 
MEIFREN, ELISEO International 

397 398 399 
MEIn'sHa'uSEN, GEORGE United States 

2557 to 2583 

melcher, bertha CORBETT 

4293, 4298 United States 

MELCHERS, GARI United States 

6309 to 6312, 6314, 6315, 6317 
MELVILLE, FRANCIS United States 

2584 to 2593 
MENDENHALL, EMMA United States 

3734, 3795, 4245,4457 
MENSION, C. J. Netherlands 

6400 
MENTOR, A. Netherlands 

6401, 6402, 6403 
MERRILL, KATHERINE United States 

2594 to 2609 
MERRITT, ANNA LEA United States 

1488, 1492, 2610 to 2619, 5580 
MESDAG, H. W. Netherlands 

6404 
MESSER, EDMUND CLARENCE 

4629 United States 

MESZOLY, GEZA International 

400 
METOALF, WILLARD L. United States 

4600, 4605, 4606, 4607 



MEYER, JOHAN Netherlands 

6405 
MIELZINER, LEO United States 

2620, 6015, 6721 
MIESS, FRIGYES International 

401 
MIHALY, REZSO International 

402, 403, 404 
MILHAU, ZELLA DE United States 

2621 to 2628 
MILLAR, ADDISON THOMAS United States 

2629 to 2658 
MILLER, JOSEPH MAXWELL 

4013, 4014, 4017, 4020, 4021 United States 
MILLER, KENNETH HAYES United States 

4643, 4644, 4647, 4648 
MILLER, RICHARD E. United States 

4850, 5018 to 5024, 5235 
MILNE, DAVID United States 

4237 to 4243 
MINOR, ROBERT C. United States 

2659, 2660 
MITCHELL, ARTHUR United States 

4758 
MITCHELL, ELEANOR B. United States 

3879, 3880, 3881, 3886 
MITCHELL, LAURA M. D. United States 

4344, 4346, 4347, 4348, 4356 
MOELLER, SELMA M. D. United States 

3810, 3812, 3815 
MOLARSKY, MORRIS United States 

5192 
MONDRIAAN, FRITZ Netherlands 

6406, 6407 
MONGES, HENRY B. 

4463 
MONKS, JOHN A. S. United States 

2661 
MONTERO DE LEIVA, ELENA Chilian 

1397, 1398 
MOOR, P. CORNELIUS DE Netherlands 

6408 
MOOY, F. A. Netherlands 

6409 
MORA, F. LUIS United States 

3782, 3783, 3784, 3786, 3787, 5308, 5510, 
5515 5907 
MORA. JOSEPH JACINTO United States 

1441, 4930, 4936, 5074, 5076, 5468 
MORAN, MARY NIMMO United States 

2662, 2663 
MORAN, PETER United States 

2664 to 2668, 6287, 6294, 6299 
MORAN, THOMAS United States 

2669 to 2679 
MORENO, AGAPITA Philippine 

5870 
MOSER, JAMES HENRY United States 

4270, 4272, 4274, 4282, 4284, 4286 
MOTT-SMITH, MAY United States 

3883, 3885, 3887, 3974 
MOULYN, S. Netherlands 

6507, 6508, 6509 
MUHRMAN, HENRY United States 

1480, 4795, 6078 to 6083, 6279 
MULLGARDT, LOUIS CHRISTIAN 

2680, 2681, 2682 United States 

MULLER, JOHANNES Norwegian 

1122 1123 
MULLER, OLGA POPOFF United States 

22, 50, 55, 4927, 5385 
MUNCH, EDWARD Norwegian 

1124 to 1132, 1231 to 1287 
MUNDY, ETHEL FRANCES United States 

3837, 3839, 3840, 3842 
MUNKACSY, MIHALY International 

405, 406 



[89] 



INDEX OF AKTISTS 



Chilian 



MUNOZ, JARA JOAQUIN 

1417, 1418, 1419 
MURA, FRANK 

5835, 6669 to 6678 
MURANYI, GYULA 

885 
MURPHY, ADA CLIFFORD United States 

6827 
MURPHY, CAROLINE BOWLES 



United States 
International 



6102, 6103, 6105 



MURPHY, HERMANN DUDLEY 



United States 



United States 



4817, 5474, 5476 to 5481, 
5488 to 5493 
MURRAY, FRANK WALDO 

4585 
MURRAY, GRACE H. 

3900, 3904 
MYERS, JEROME 

4703, 4707 
MYRICK, KATHARINE 

4345 
NADLER, R. 

407 
NAGY, LAURA 

408, 409, 410, 725 to 728 
NAGY, SANDOR 
411 to 417, 729 
NAHL, PERHAM W. 

2683 to 2693, 6817 
NEILSEN, M. P. 

4050 
NELL, TONY 

4456, 5908, 5910 
NELSON, BRUCE 

5237, 5240 
NEUHAUS, EUGEN 

4466, 4467, 6067, 6068 
NEWELL, PETER 

4412, 4413 
NEWMAN, VICTOR WINTHROP 

9(394 2695 United States 

NICHOLLS, RHODA HOLMES 

3776 
NICHOLS, HOBART 

3677 
NISBET, ROBERT H. 

5201 
NOBLE, JOHN 

6561, 6828 
NOQUET, PAUL 

14, 1505, 5942, 5944 
NORDELL, CARL J. 

4627, 5132, 5135, 5293, 6245 
NORDELL, EMMA PARKER United States 

3748, 3758 to 3763 
NORDPELDT, BROR J. O. 

2696 to 2736 
NORDHAGEN, JOHAN 

1288 to 1293 
NORMAN, JOHN 

2737 
NORMAN, MABEL 

6692 to 6698 
NORTHCOTE, STAFFORD M. 

2738 
NOURSE, ELIZABETH 

4763 
NOYES, GEORGE L. 

4635, 4639, 4721, 4740, 4747, 4807, 4899, 
4902, 4920, 4980, 6605 
NUNN, FREDERICK 

6073, 6077 
OAKLEY, THORNTON 

4248 to 4252, 6640 to 6643 
OBERTEUFFER, GEORGE 

5229, 5821 
O'BRIEN, FRANK M. 
1442, 1478, 5764 



United States 
United States 
United States 
United States 
International 
International 
International 
United States 
United States 
United States 
United States 
United States 
United States 



United States 



United States 
United States 
United States 
United States 



United States 
Norwegian 



United States 
United States 
United States 
United States 



United States 
United States 
United States 
United States 



OCHTMAN, LEONARD United States 

1495, 5238, 5892 
OERDER, FRANS Netlierlands 

6410, 6411 
O'FARRELL, G. Philippine 

5871, 5872 
OLGYAY, VICTOR International 

418 
OLINSKY, IVAN G. United States 

1482 
OLSON, ALBERT BYRON United States 

5766, 6738, 6742 
OLSSON, JULIUS International 

419 
ONSAGER, SOREN Norwegian 

1133, 1134 
OOSTERZEE, H. A. VAN Netherlands 

6412 
ORLIK, EMIL International 

635 to 656 
ORR, LOUIS United States 

2739 to 2746 
ORTIZ DE ZARATE, JULIO Chilian 

1399, 1400 
ORTNER, FERENCZ International 

420 
OSBORNE, MALCOLM International 

657 
OTIS, AMY' United States 

3947, 3951 
OVERBEEK, G. J. VAN Netherlands 

6413 
PAAL, LASZLO International 

421, 422 
PACKARD, MABEL United States 

3846, 3848 
PADDOCK, ETHEL LOUISE United States 

4219, 4258 
PADDOCK, JOSEPHINE United States 

1477, 5330, 5504, 5713, 5911 
PAGE, MARIE DANFORTH United States 

5846 
PAGE, WILLIAM United States 

2747 
PAICE, PHILIP STUART United States 

3841 
PAINE, ROBERT T. United States 

35 
PALMER, PAULINE United States 

6769 
PANCOAST, MORRIS HALL United States 

1444, 1500, 5433, 6569 
PAPE, ERIC United States 

5318, 5323, 6615 
PAPP, LAJOS International 

730 
PARKER. LAWTON S. United States 

4598, 4602, 4702, 5036, 5137 
PARRISH, CLARA WEAVER United States 

4819 
PARSHALL, DE WITT United States 

1431 
PARSONS, EDITH BARRETTO 

10, 12, 48 United States 

PARTI^fGTON, GERTRUDE United States 

2748 to 2753, 5836 
PARTINGTON, J. H. E. United States 

6283 
PARTRIDGE, G. ROY United States 

2754 to 2801 
PASCIN, JULES United States 

6235, 6238, 6242 
PATERSON, J. International 

423 
PATIGIAN, HAIG United States 

4, 46, 5081, 5083, 5116, 5797 
PATTERSON, MARGARET J. United States 
2802 to 2810, 4461 



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INDEX OF AETISTS 



PATTERSON, REBECCA BURD PEALE 

3811 United States 

PAULUS, FRANCIS PETRUS United States 

2811 to 2833 
PAXSON, MARTHA K. D. United States 

3921 
PAXTON, ELIZABETH OKIE 

4790, 4793 United States 

PAXTON, WILLIAM MCGREGOR 

4481, 4884 to 4888, 4907 
PEALE, CHARLES WILLSON United States 

2834 
PEALE, REMBRANDT United States 

2835 
PEARSON, JOSEPH T., JR. United States 

5233, 5812 
PEARSON, RALPH M. United States 

2836 to 2858 
PECHAN, JOZSEF International 

424 
PEIXOTTO, ERNEST United States 

4706, 5659, 5661 
PEIXOTTO, MARY United States 

4221, 4223 
PELHAM, PETER United States 

2859, 2860 
PENNELL, JOSEPH United States 

2861 to 2941 
PEPER, META A. United States 

4361, 4369 
PERARD, VICTOR SEMON United States 

2942 to 2946 
PERCY, ISABELLE C. United States 

2947, 6041 
PEREIRA, ALIRO G. Chilian 

1401 
PERRIE, BERTHA E. United States 

4351, 4358 
PERRY, LILLA CABOT United States 

1502, 4801, 5919, 6778 
PERRY, R. HINTON United States 

27 
PETER, VICTOR French 

886 to 916 
PETERSON, JANE United States 

3736, 4455, 4469, 6058, 6062 
PETERSSEN, REIDAR Norwegian 

1294, 1295, 1296 
PEYRAUD, FRANK C. United States 

5307, 5805 
PFEIFFEN, JUSTUS United States 

6793 
PHILLIPS, CAROLINE KING United States 

4398, 4399, 4400, 4410, 4411 
PIAZZONNI, GOTTARDO F. P. 

2948 to 2961, 4808, 6752 United States 

PICABIA, FRANCIS International 

425, 426 
PICASSO, PABLO International 

427, 428, 429, 6741 
PICCIRILLI, ATTILIO United States 

23, 45, 54, 5103, 5106, 5115, 5414, 5585 

5586, 6217, 6218 
PICCIRILLI, FURIO United States 

56. 57, 4106, 4107 
PICK, LAJOS International 

917 
PIERCE, LUCY V. United States 

5773 
PIETRO, C. S. United States 

31 
PIETZ, ADAM United States 

3976, 4096, 4100, 4101, 4104 
PLOWMAN, GEORGE T. United States 

2962 to 2995 
POGANY, WILLY International 

731 to 740 
POLASEK, ALBIN United States 

16, 51, 4700, 4701, 4968, 5263, 5728, 6161 



POLLAK, MAX International 

658, 659, 660 
POOKE, MARION L. United States 

4999, 5009, 5432, 5436, 5843, 5897 
POOR, HENRY VARNUM United States 

5284, 5926 
POORE, HENRY RANKIN United States 

4477, 6278 
POORTENAAR, JAN Netherlands 

6510 to 6535 
POPE. ALEXANDER United States 

4755 
POR, BERTALAN International 

430, 431, 432, 741 to 810 
POTTHAST, EDWARD HENRY 

1503, 4515, 4516, 4529, 4530, United States 
4891, 4895, 5189, 5225, 6744 
POWELL, ARTHUR, J. E. United States 

6263 
POWERS, HIRAM United States 

5094 
POWERS, MARION United States 

4642, 4774, 4953, 5885 
PRATT, BELA LYON United States 

25, 36, 64, 71, 1506, 5079, 5097, 5342, 5343, 
5623, 5667, 5668, 5669, 5670, 5673, 6304 
PRENDERGAST, MAURICE B. United States 

5123, 5125, 5131, 5133, 5134, 5136, 6118 
to 6123, 6141 to 6146, 6228, 6229, 6740, 
PRESTON, JAMES United States 

4799, 4803, 4922, 6053, 6112 to 6117, 6659 
PRESTON, MAY WILSON United States 

4263 to 4268 
PRICE, C. S. United States 

6575 
PRICE, EUGENIA United States 

4433, 4436 
PRIESTMAN, ARNOLD International 

433 
PRIHODA, ISTVAN International 

811 812 
PRINET, RENE-XAVIER International 

434 
PROCTOR, A. PHIMISTER United States 

6, 62, 3683, 5387 to 5395 
PUELMA DE FUENZALIDA, DORA Chilian 

1402 
PURDIE, EVELYN United States 

3929. 3930, 3932, 3933, 3935 
PUREPOY, HESLOPE United States 

4379, 4380 
PUTHUFF. HANSON United States 

5303, 5824 
PUTNAM, ARTHUR United States 

5158 to 5170 
PYLE, WILLIAM SCOTT United States 

5809 
QUINLAN, WILL J. United States 

2996 to 3031, 5769 
QUINN, EDMOND T. United States 

33, 4699, 4938 
RAAB, ERVIN International 

435,436 
RADITZ, LAZAR United States 

5761 
RAMSEY, CHARLES F. United States 

6822 
RAND, ELLEN C. EMMET United States 

4715. 4725, 4734, 4961, 4988 
RANDOLPH, LEE F. United States 

3032 to 3049, 4235, 5913, 5928, 6739 
RAPHAEL, JOSEPH United States 

6203, 6205, 6255, 6257, 6271, 6274 
RAUSCHER, LAJOS International 

813 to 820 
RAVLIN, GRACE United States 

5035, 5038, 6597 
REBOLLEDO, CORREA BENITO Chilian 

1403 



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INDEX OF AETISTS 



RECCHIA, RICHARD H. United States 

66, 68, 3957, 4023, 4025, 4053, 5005 
REDPIELD, EDWARD W. United States 

5187, 5194, 5628 to 5650, 6829 to 6833 
REDFIELD, HELOISE GUILLOU 

4418, 4420, 4421, 4422 United States 

REDMOND, GRANVILLE United States 

4757,4760 
REED, EARL H. United States 

3050 to 3080 
REGT, P. DE Netherlands 

6414 
REHN, FRANK K. M. United States 

6282 
REID, ROBERT United States 

4612, 4618 
REIFFEL, CHARLES United States 

5309 
REINDEL, WILHELM G. United States 

3081, 3082 
REMINGTON, FREDERIC United States 

4882, 4883 
REMSEY, MME, International 

437 to 440 
RENI, GUIDO Loan 

7023 
RENOM Y JUAMANDREU, FAUSTO 

441 International 

REPELIUS BETSY Netherlands 

6415 
REUTERDAHL, HENRY United States 

3809, 4597, 6259 
REVERE, PAUL United States 

3083, 3084, 3085 
REVOLD, AXEL Norwegian 

1135 to 1138 
REYES, N. Philippine 

5873 
REZKA, PEDRO A, Chilian 

1404 
RHYNNEN, JAN VAN Netherlands 

6416 
RICH, JOHN HUBBARD United States 

4853 
RICHARDS, LEE GREENE United States 

6767 
RICHARDS. LUCY United States 

4611 
RICHARDS, WILLIAM TROST United States 

6273 
RICHARDSON, MARY CURTIS 

4649, 4762, 4856, 4919 United States 

RICHMOND, AGNES M. United States 

4831 
RING, ALICE BLAIR United States 

3878, 3882, 3884 
RINK, PAUL Netherlands 

6417 
RIPPI-RONAY, JOSEF International 

442 to 451, 821 to 830 
RISQUE, CAROLINE EVERETT 

38, 49B1, 4934, 4941, 4943 United States 

RITMAN, LOUIS United States 

4736, 4739, 5130, 5149, 5150, 5152, 5153, 
RITSCHEL, WILLIAM United States 

5195, 5200 
RITTENBERG, HENRY R. United States 

6750 
RIVERA Y MIR, VICENTE Philippine 

5874, 5875, 5876 
RIVIERE, HENRI French 

918 to 963 
ROBERTS, ALICE MUMFORD United States 

4950, 5289, 5822 
ROBINSON, BOARDMAN United States 

6635, 6701, 6702, 6705 
ROBINSON, THEODORE United States 

4832, 4833, 4835, 4836, 4837, 4839 



ROBINSON, WILLIAM S, United States 

1461, 5448, 6260 
ROECKER, HENRY LEON United States 

4523 
ROELOFS, WILLIM E., JR. Netherlands 

6418 
ROGERS, FRANKLIN W. United States 

1436 
ROGERS, GRETCHEN W. United States 

4601, 4650, 4846, 6688 
ROGERS, MARY United States 

3931, 3934 
ROLSHOVEN, JULIUS United States 

6266 
ROM, HENRIK Norwegian 

1139, 1140, 1141 
RONAI-KASZNER International 

83 1 
ROOK, EDWARD P. United States 

1448, 4646, 4976 
ROSA, FABIAN DE LA Philippine 

5877 to 5881 
ROSALES-BAGG, LOUISE DE United States 

6658, 6667 
ROSALES, EMANUEL 0. DE International 

964, 965 
ROSEN, CHARLES United States 

4993, 4996, 4997. 4998, 5000, 5039 
ROSENTHAL, ALBERT United States 

1481, 3086, 3087, 4798 
ROSENTHAL, MAX United States 

3088 to 3104 
ROSS, DENMAN W. United States 

4520, 4786, 4792, 6745 
ROSSE, HERMANN Netherlands 

6419, 6420, 6421 
ROTH, ERNEST DAVID United States 

3105 to 3128, 5714 
ROTH, FREDERICK G. R. United States 

1, 4570 to 4580, 5118 
ROULAND, ORLANDO United States 

6783 
RUBINS, H. W. United States 

3129 3130 
RUDNAY, GYULA International 

452 
RUMSEY, CHARLES CARY United States 

53, 4729, 5798 to 5804 
RUNGIUS. CARL United States 

5828, 5832 
RUSSOLO International 

1024 to 1028 
RYDEN, HENNING United States 

4087, 4088, 4089, 4091, 4092, 4093 
RYDER, CHAUNCEY P. United States 

5248 
RYDER, WORTH United States 

3131 to 3135 
SACKS, JOSEPH United States 

4771 
SAHLER, HELEN United States 

4082, 4609 
SAINT GAUDENS, ANNETTA JOHNSON 
4022, 4105, 4172, 5095, 5157, United States 
5262 
SAINT GAUDENS, AUGUSTUS 

7 United States 

SAINT GAUDENS, CARLOTA United States 

4333, 4342 
SAINT GAUDENS, LOUIS United States 

3968, 3970, 4010, 5428, 5521 
ST. LARCHE, HANS Norwegian 

1301 to 1349 
ST. MEMIN, CHARLES B. J. FEVERET DE 
3136 United States 

SALICATH, ORNUF Norwegian 

1142, 1143 
SALVATORE, VICTOR D. United States 

47. 4641, 5101, 5417 



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INDEX OF AKTISTS 



SALVESEN, VALBORG SCHWARTZ 

1144 Norwegian 

SANDONA, MATTEO United States 

3735, 5815 
SANDOR, MATHIAS United States 

6574 
SANDZEN, SVEN BIRGER United States 

5241 
SANN, JACOB Norwegian 

1145, 1146, 1147 
SARGEANT, GENEVE RIXFORD 

5286, 6324 
SARGENT, JOHN SINGER United States 

5459 to 5467 
SAUTER, GEORGE International 

453 to 465 
SAVAGE, EDWARD United States 

3137 
SAWYER, MYRA L. United States 

4294, 4299 
SAWYER, PHIL United States 

3139 to 3143 
SAXTON, JOHN GORDON United States 

4925 
SCHELFHOUT, LODEWYK Netherlands 

6536, 6537 
SCHIEDGES, P. P. Netherlands 

6422 
SCHILLE, ALICE United States 

4215, 4229, 4231, 4234, 4273, 4285 
SCHIPPERUS, PIETER ADRIANUS 

6423, 6424 Netherlands 

SCHLEGELL, GUSTAV VON United States 

3144, 3145, 5902 
SCHMAUSS, PETER United States 

6763 
SCHMIDT, KARL United States 

5247 
SCHMITT. ALBERT FELIX United States 

3722, 4464, 4901 
SCHMUTZER, FERD International 

661, 662 
SCHNEIDER, OTTO J. United States 

3146 to 3154 
SCHOFIELD, W. ELMER United States 

4994. 5209. 5215 
SCHOFF. STEPHEN ALONZO 

3155, 3156 United States 

SCHONHEYDER, ANNA Norwegian 

1148 
SCHOONOVER, FRANK E. United States 

6625, 6627 
SCHOOK, F. DE FOREST United States 

6820 
SCHULENBURG, ADELE E. United States 

4859 
SCHULMAN, DAVID Netherlands 

6425 
SCHUSTER, DONNA United States 

6072, 6074, 6076 
SCHWARTZ, ANDREW THOMAS 

1463. 4825. 6758 United States 

SCHWEIZER, J. OTTO United States 

4037, 4040, 4043, 4044, 4047 
SCUDDER, JANET United States 

21, 44, 4064, 4940, 5040, 5254 
SEARLE, ALICE T. United States 

4324 
SEARS, SARAH CHOATE United States 

6090, 6091, 6093 
SEARS, TABER United States 

4271, 4275, 4283, 4287 
SEAWELL, HARRY W. United States 

6564 
SELDEN, DIXIE United States 

4525, 4784, 4787 
SELDEN, HENRY BILL United States 

6075, 6611 



SENSENEY, GEORGE United States 

3157 to 3164 
SEVERINI International 

1029 to 1042 
SEYFFERT, LEOPOLD United States 

5242 
SHARP, JOSEPH HENRY United States 

6596 
SHAW, SYDNEY DALE United States 

5915, 5916, 5917 
SHEELER, CHARLES United States 

5032, 5127, 6124 to 6134 
SHEPARD, CLARE United States 

4362 to 4368 
SHORE, HENRIETTA M. United States 

6256 
SHUTTLEWORTH, CLAIRE United States 

4292 
SIBONI, EMMA B. United States 

4307 
SIMAY^ IMRE International 

966 to 970 
SIMMONS. WILL United States 

3165 to 3173 
SIMONS. AMORY C. United States 

5932, 5935, 5936 
SIMPSON, CHARLES WALTER 

466 International 

SIMPSON, EDNA HUESTIS United States 

3897, 3898, 3899, 3901, 3902 
SIXDING, SIGMUND Norwegian 

1149 to 1153 
SINGER, WILLIAM H., JR. United States 

5034, 5037, 6208 
SLOAN, JOHN Netherlands 

1449, 1452, 3174 to 3191, 4867, 6728 to 
6731 
SLUITER, WILLY International 

467 
SLUITER, WILLY Netherlands 

6426 
SMILLIE. JAMES DATED French 

3192 to 3195 
SMITH, CHARLES L. A. United States 

5889 
SMITH, EDWARD GREGORY United States 

4842 
SMITH, GEORGE WASHINGTON 

4845, 6249. 6253 United States 

SMITH, HOBBE Netherlands 

6427 
SMITH, HOWARD EVERETT United States 

6805 
SMITH, J. ANDRE United States 

3196 to 3201 
SMITH, JESSIE WILLCOX United States 

4257 
SMITH-KIELLAND, PER Norwegian 

1154 
SMITHWICK, JOHN G. United States 

3202, 3203 
SNEAD, LOUISE WILLIS United States 

3919, 3920, 3922 
SNEDEN, ELEANOR ANTOINETTE 

3969, 3973 United States 

SNELL, FLORENCE F. United States 

4260, 4261, 4262 
SNELL, HENRY B. United States 

3700, 3772, 3773, 4220, 4290, 5244, 5808, 
6414, 6616 
SNOECK, JACOB Netherlands 

6428, 6429 
SOEST, LOUIS VAN Netherlands 

6430, 6431 
SOHLBERG. HARALD Norwegian 

1155 to 1162 
SOMLO, LILI International 

468, 469, 470 



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INDEX OF AETISTS 



SOMME, JACOB Norwegian 

1163, 1164 
SORENSEN, HENRIK Norwegian 

1165, 1166, 1167 
SOTTER, GEORGE W. United States 

4514, 5442, 5445 
SOUDER, MARY RINARD United States 

4306, 4308 
SPAETH, MARY HAUGHTON United States 

5887 
SPANYI, BELa International 

471 
SPARKS, ARTHUR W. United States 

5280, 5438 
SPEAR, ARTHUR P. United States 

4761, 4783 
SPEED, HAROLD International 

472 
SPEICHER, EUGENE E. United States 

4614, 5128, 5453, 6236, 6808 
SPENCER, MARY United States 

6267 
SPENCER, ROBERT United States 

4581, 4583, 4587, 4588, 4589, 4592, 4593, 
4596 
SPRINCHORN, CARL United States 

3702 to 3708, 3723 to 3725, 6779 
SPRINGER, EVA United States 

4360, 4401, 4407 
SQUIRE, MAUD H. United States 

3204 to 3222 
STACKPOLE, RALPH United States 

3223, 3224, 3225, 4926, 5469^ 5471 
STADSKLEIV. THORLEIV Norwegian 

1168 
STANTON, LUCY M. United States 

3855, 3857, 3858, 3859, 3861 
STARK, OTTO United States 

3775. 3777 
STEELE, THEODORE C. United States 

3676. 5890, 6591 
STEELE, ZULMA United States 

4750, 5226 
STERLING, LINDSEY MORRIS 

United States 
18, 4071, 4171, 4933, 5053, 5055, 6584 
STERRE DE JONG, J. F. Netherlands 

6432, 6433 
STETSON, CHARLES "WALTER 

United States 
3226, 3227, 3228, 4276 to 4281, 6284, 6285, 
6286, 6295 to 6298, 6300, 6301. 6302 
STEUVER, CELIA M. United States 

3229 to 3242 
STEVENS, DOROTHY United States 

3243 to 3260 
STEVENS, HELEN B. United States 

3261, 3262 
STEVENS, THOMAS WOOD United States 

3263 to 3268 
STEWARDSON, EDMUND AUSTIN 

4911, 5261 United States 

STEWART, JULIUS L. United States 

1420, 1424, 5759 
STODDARD, ALICE KENT United States 

4599, 4719 
STOKES, FRANK WILBERT United States 

4775 to 4780 
STORRS, JOHN United States 

5099, 6725 
STREAN, MARIA JUDSON United States 

4323, 4325 to 4330 
STROM, HALFDAN Norwegian 

1169 to 1174 
STURGES, D WIGHT C. United States 

3269 to 3302 
SULLY, THOMAS Loan 

7025 



SUTTER, HENRY R. United States 

6319 
SVABINSKY International 

663, 664 
SVARSTAD, A. C. Norwegian 

1175 to 1179 
SYLVESTER, FREDERICK O. United States 

3955 
SZfiKELY, ANDOR International 

832 833 
SZeKELY, ARPAD International 

834 
SZINNYEI-MERSE, PAL International 

473 
TADAMA, F. United States 

5898 
TAFT, LORADO United States 

32 
TALCOTT, ALLEN B. United States 

1484, 4487 
TALLMADGE, THOMAS E. United States 

3303, 3304, 3305 
TAMASY, MIKLOS International 

474 
TANNAHILL, MARY H. United States 

4336, 4337, 4338, 4340 
TANNER, HENRY O. United States 

4802, 4818 
TANNES, MARIE Norwegian 

1180 
TAPLEY, J. J. WOODING United States 

3803 
TARBELL, EDMUND C. United States 

4849, 4851, 4852, 4855, 4949 
TAYLOR, CHARLES J. United States 

3743, 3744, 3746, 3752, 3753, 3754, 5451, 
5454, 5455, 5772 
TAYLOR, EMILY DRAYTON United States 

4383 to 4387, 4389 
TAYLOR, FRANK WALTER United States 
6017, 6018, 6019, 6021, 6023, 6024, 6026, 
6028, 6032 
TAYLOR, MINNIE C. United States 

4404, 4406 
TELCS, EDE International 

971, 972, 973 
TESTAS, P. H. Netherlands 

6434 to 6443 
THAULOW, FRITS Norwegian 

1181 to 1196, 1297 to 1300 
THIEMANN, C. International 

665 
THOMAS, SEYMOUR United States 

6269 
THOMPSON, GEORGE ALBERT 

1504 United States 

THOMPSON, LESLIE P. United States 

3745, 3751, 4535, 4584, 4709, 5437, 5472, 

5475, 6323 

THORBJORNSEN, SIMON Norwegian 

1197, 1198 
THORNDIKE, CHARLES H. United States 

4737, 6755, 6804 
TIBOR, ERNO International 

475, 476 
TICHY, GYULA International 

835 
TICHY, KaLMaN International 

836 837 
TIEBOUT, CORNELIUS United States 

3306 
TIHANYL LAJOS International 

477 to 480 
TINGLEY, BLANCHE United States 

3838 
TITCOMB, M. BRADISH United States 

4728, 4741, 4746, 5888 
TOOROP, JAN Netherlands 

6444 



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INDEX OF ARTISTS 



TOWLE, H. LEDYARD United States 

5720 
TROCCOLI, GIOVANNI BATTISTA 

4917, 4972, 4975, 6571 United States 

TROUBETZKOY, PAUL International 

974 to 980 
TUCKER, ALLEN United States 

6754, 6806 
TUNOLD, BERNT Norwegian 

1199 
TURNBULL, GRACE United States 

4708 
TURNER, HELEN M. United States 

4375, 4377, 4486, 4625, 4847, 4984, 6209 
TURNER, J. M. W. Loan 

7024 
TUSSENBROEK, OTTO VAN Netlierlands 

6445 
TUTTLE, ADRIANNA United States 

4354, 4355, 4357 
TUTTLE, RUEL CROPTON United States 

4454 
TWACHTMAN, JOHN H. United States 

5701 to 5710 
TYLER, CAROLYN D. United States 

3903, 3905 
TYNG, MARGARET PULLER United States 

6809 
TYSON, CARROLL SARGENT, JR. 

4843, 5320, 5768, 6254 United States 

UFER, WALTER United States 

1450, 1453, 1454, 1457, 1460, 5305, 5313 
UITZ, BELA International 

838 to 855 
ULLMAN, EUGENE PAUL United States 

5011, 5014, 6570 
UMBSTAETTER, NELLIE LITTLEHALE 

United States 
3709, 3710, 3712, 3718, 3719, 3720 
UNDY, KAROLA International 

481, 482 
UPTON, FLORENCE K. United States 

4960 
USHER, LEILA United States 

4026 to 4036 
VADaSZ, MIKL6S International 

856 to 859 
VALENZUELA, LLANOS ALBERTO 

1405 to 1414 Cliilian 

VALK, ELLA SNOWDEN United States 

4395 
VALK, M. VAN DEN Netherlands 

6538 to 6550 
VALSTAD, OTTO Norwegian 

1200 to 1204 
VAN BOSKERCK, ROBERT W. 

1499, 6318 United States 

VAN ELTEN, KRUSEMAN H. D. 

3307 United States 

VAN LAER, ALEXANDER T. United States 

5435, 6774 
VAN SLOUN, PRANK J. United States 

4945 
VASTAGH, GfiZA International 

483, 484, 485 
VASTAGH, GYORGY International 

486 
VASZARY, JANOS International 

487 to 491, 860 
VEDRES. MARK International 

981 to 993 
VELSEN, SUZE Netherlands 

6446, 6551 to 6554 
VIK, INGEBRIGT Norwegian 

1350 



VINTON, FREDERIC PORTER 
6272 



United States 



VIVIAN, CALTHEA United States 

6579 
VLAANDEREN, JOHAN Netherlands 

6447, 6448 
VOGT, LOUIS C. United States 

3696, 3697, 3701 
VOLKBRT, EDWARD C. United States 

6776 
VONDROUS, C. International 

666, 667, 668 
VONDROUS, JOHN C. United States 

3308 to 3324 
VONNOH, BESSIE POTTER United States 

1509, 5052, 5054, 5056 to 5061, 5470 
VREEDENBURG, C. Netherlands 

6449 to 6452 
VREEDENBURG, SCHOTEL M. Netherlands 

6453 
VUUREN, JAN VAN Netherlands 

6454 
WAAY, NICOLAAS VAN DER Netherlands 

6455 to 6457 
WAGNER, PRANK HUGH United States 

3875, 3876 
WAGNER, FRED United States 

3755, 3756, 3757, 8764, 3765, 3766, 4873, 
4876 
WAGNER, ROBERT United States 

4957 
WAITE, EMILY BURLING United States 

1432, 1445, 5921, 5924 
WALCHREN, PIET M. Netherlands 

6458 
WALCOTT, HARRY MILLS United States 

4472 
WALKER, HORATIO United States 

4473, 4474, 4476, 4484, 4488, 4844, 4944 
WALLESZNi;, GYENES GITTA International 

492 to 514 
WALTER, EDGAR United States 

4540 
WALTMAN, HARRY FRANKLIN 

5767, 6251 United States 

WANDSCHEER, MARIE Netherlands 

6459 
WANING, CORNELIS ANTHONY VAN 

6460, 6461 Netherlands 

WARD, JOHN Q. A. United States 

61, 3684, 4781, 4782, 4811, 4812, 4829, 

4830 

WARING, LEILA United States 

4296 
WARNER, EVERETT L. United States 

3325 to 3333, 4915, 5755 

WARNER, OLIN United States 

3977, 3987 to 3993, 3996, 3997, 4000, 4052, 

4054, 4912, 5084, 5420, 5516, 5725, 5938, 

6303, 6843 

WARNER, WILLIAM United States 

3334 
WARREN, PRANK C. United States 

5748, 5750 to 5753 
WARREN, HAROLD B. United States 

6043 
WARTEMA, FROUKJE Netherlands 

6462 
WASHBURN, CADWALLADER 

3335 to 3372 United States 

WASHBURN, MARY S. United States 

3994 3995 3998 3999 
WASHINGTON, ELIZABETH P. United States 

4297, 4301, 4434 
WATT, WILLIAM G. United States 

3373 to 3385 
WAUGH, FREDERICK J. United States 

5820, 5827, 5830 
WAY, T. R. International 

669 to 673 



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INDEX OF AETISTS 



WEBER, MAX United States 

6219, 6220, 6222, 6224, 6226, 6230, 6232, 
6239, 6240, 6241, 6243 
WEBER, SARAH S. STILLWELL 

6619 United States 

WEBSTER, E. AMBROSE United States 

4730, 4735 
WEBSTER, ETHEL FELDER United States 

4335, 4339, 4370 
WEBSTER, HERMAN A. United States 

3386 to 3401, 6706 to 6711 
WEELE, H. J. VAN DER Netherlands 

6463 
WEHRSCHMIDT, DANIEL A. United States 

3402 to 3408, 4956 

WEILL, EDMOND United States 

6662 

WEINERT, ALBERT United States 

4016 
WEINMAN. AliOLPH ALEXANDER 

26, 3686, 4147 to 4168, 5121, United States 
5418, 5419, 5421, 5424, 5542, 5726, 5727, 
5743, 5745 
WEIR, J. ALDEN United States 

4478 

WEISS, SAMUEL A. United States 

5449 
WELCH, KATHERINE G. United States 

3918 

WELLINGTON, F. H. United States 

3409 

WELLS, ALICE RUSHMORE United States 

3843, 3845 
WENDEL, THEODORE United States 

4769, 5886 

WENDT, JULIA M. BRACKEN 

3960, 3961, 3964, 3967 United States 

WENDT, WILLIAM United States 

4914, 4921 

WENTZ, HENRY United States 

5771 

WERENSKIOLD, DAGFIN Norwegian 

1205, 1206 

WERNER, FRANK A. United States 

4759 

WESSEL, HERMAN H. United States 

6583 
WE STRUM, ANNI VON United States 

3410, 3411, 3412 
WETHERILL, ELISHA KENT KANE 

3413 to 3424, 4490 United States 

WETLESEN, WILHELM Norwegian 

1207, 1208 

WHEELER, JANET D. United States 

6802 

WHEELOCK, LILA AUDUBON 

4935 United States 

WHISTLER, JAMES McNEILL 

3425 to 3450, 5662, 5664, 5666 United States 

WHITE, CHARLES HENRY United States 

3451, 3452, 3453 
WHITE, ORRIN A. United States 

1483, 6780 

WHITEMAN, S. EDWIN United States 

5929 

WHITNEY, GERTRUDE V. United States 

5122 

WHITTEMORE, WILLIAM JOHN 

4305, 4309, 4310 United States 



WIECZOREK, MAX United States 

3713, 3715, 3716 

WILES, IRVING RAMSEY United States 

5447 
WILKE, WILLIAM H. United States 

3454 to 3462 
WILLIAMS, ALYN United States 

4426, 4428, 4432 
WILLIAMS, GEORGE ALFRED 

3779, 3780, 3781, 3788, 3789, United States 
3790, 3791, 6559, 6785, 6795 
WILLIAMS, J. SCOTT United States 

3463 
WILLIAMSON, ADA C. United States 

5895 
WILLIAMSON, SHIRLEY United States 

3464 to 3479, 5945 to 5950, 5959 to 5964, 
5981, 5982, 5989, 5990 
WILLIGEN, C. A. VAN DER Netherlands 

6464 

WILLSON, MARTHA B. United States 

3941, 3950 

WILSON, FLOYD United States 

6685 

WINSLOW, HENRY United States 

3480 to 3495 

WINTER, TATON International 

515, 516 

WOLCOTT, KATHERINE United States 

4331 
WOLF, HENRY United States 

3496 to 3627 
WOOD, FRANKLIN T. United States 

3628 to 3638 
WOOD, KATHRYN LEONE United States 

4314 
WOODBURY, CHARLES HERBERT 

5344 to 5382, 6712 to 6717 United States 
WOODWELL, JOSEPH R. United States 

6270, 6280, 6281 
WOOLF, SAMUEL JOHNSON United States 

4870, 5304, 5818 
WORCESTER, ALBERT 

3639 to 3650 
WORKMAN, DAVID TICE United States 

3651 
WORTHINGTON, BEATRICE MAUDE 

6837 United States 

WRIGHT, ALICE MORGAN United States 

3962, 3963, 3965, 3966, 5422, 5429, 5431, 
5545 
WRIGHT, CHARLES GUSHING 

3652 United States 

WRIGHT, JOHN United States 

5473 

WRIGHT, JOSEPH United States 

3653 

WRIGHT, LOUISE WOOD United States 

3802, 3805 

WRIGHT, MARGARET HARDON 

3654 to 3659 United States 

WUERPEL, EDMUND H. United States 

4470, 5823, 5834, 5838, 5845, 6800 

WYETH, N. C. United States 

6620 to 6624, 6699 



YARROW, WILLIAM H. K. 

5500 



United States 



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IXDEX OF AETISTS 



YATES, CULLEX United States 

5434. 5914, 6766 

YOUNG, CHARLES MORRIS United States 
4527, 4528, 4532, 4533, 4536, 4539 

YOUNG, MATTIE United States 

4311 

YOUXG, MAHOXRI M. United States 

3660 to 3670, 5253, 5256, 5259, 5260, 5294 
5295, 5903 

ZADOR. ISTTAX International 

517. 861 to 865 

ZARAGOZA, A. M. Philippine 

5882, 5883 

ZETTLER. EMIL ROBERT United States 

5110, 5742 

ZIFFER, ZAXDOR International 

518 

ZILZER. AXTAL International 

519, 520 



ZILZER, HAJXALKA International 

993 

ZIM. MARCO United States 

3671, 3672 

ZIMMERMAX, M. W. United States 

6092, 6617 

ZOX, JACOB Netherlands 

6465, 6466 

ZORACH. WILLIAM United States 

6020, 6022, 6025, 6027 

ZORAD International 

521 

ZUBIAURRE. RAMOX DE International 

522, 523, 524 

ZUBIAURRE. YALEXTIX DE International 
525 to 528 

ZUTT, AR. International 

994 



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MEMBERS SAN FRANCISCO ART ASSOCIATION 



Abbott, Mrs. C. H. 
Abdy, Mrs. H. B. 
Abel, Miss Rachel 
Abrams, Dr. Albert 
Abrahamson, Bertram E. 
Adams, Miss Lucy F. 
Adams, Mrs. W. E. 
Adler, Mrs. Jacob 
Allen, Miss Edith 
Allen, Mrs. H. S. 
Allen, Mrs. Lewis 
AUyne, Mrs. J. W. 
Allyne, Miss Lucy 
Altmann, Aarou 
Ames, Mrs. Alden 
Ames, Mrs. Elsa 
Armsby, Mr. James K. 
Armsby, Mr. Raymond 
Arnstein, Mrs. Walter 
Austin, Miss Elizabeth 
Babcock, Mr. Harry 
Babcock, Mr. William 
Bach, Mrs. A. C. 
Bachman, David S. 
Baillie, Miss Margaret 
Baker, Miss Gene 
Bakewell, Mrs. John 
Baldwin, Mr. A. S. 
Baldwin, Mrs. Lilly B. 
Balfour, Mrs. John 
Ball, Miss Katherine M. 
Banks, Mrs. Wm. Henry 
Barber, Miss Mary D. 
Barkan, Dr. A. 
Barrett, Miss Mary 
Barron, Mrs. Edward 
Barry, Mr. John D. 
Bartlett, Paul Wayland 
Bateman, Mr. John 
Bateman. Mrs. John 
Batten, Mrs. McLeod 
Bazet, Dr. Louis 
Bean, Mrs. Geo. L. 
Beard, Mrs. John L. 
Beardsley, Emma F. 
Beaver, Miss Anna W. 
Beaver, Miss Ethel 
Beckwith, Mr. Arthur 
Bendel, Mr. Herman 
Bender, Mr. Albert 
Bergen, Miss E. 
Bergin, Mr. Thomas I. 
Best, Mr. A. W. 
Best, Mrs. A. W. 
Best, Mr. H. C. 
Bienenfeld, A. M. 
Birtsch, Mrs. Fayette W. 
Bishop, Miss Catherine 
Bishop, Mrs. James H. 
Bixler, Mrs. Augusta 
Bixler, Mrs. David 
Blake, Mr. James Denman 
Blanding. Mr. Godron 
Blevin, Miss S. M. 
Bliss, Mrs. Walter 
Bloom, Mr. Jonas 
Boggs, Mrs. Angus G. 
Boone, Miss Cora 
Booth, Miss Jean 
Bordwell, Mrs. Fred A. 
Borg, Carl Oscar 
Borger, Miss Merienne 
Bosqui, Mr. Edward L. 



Botts, Mrs. J. M. 
Bourn, Mr. William B. 
Bowie, Mr. Henry P. 
Bowman, Mrs. Geo. P. 
Boyd, Mr. John F. 
Boynton, R. S. 
Bradbury, Vesta 
Bradley, Mrs. Fred W. 
Brady, Miss Mary C. 
Brandenstein, Charles 
Brandenstein, Mrs. Charles 
Brandenstein, Mr. M. J. 
Brandenstein, Manfred 
Brandenstein, Mrs. Manfred 
Brannan, Miss Sophie M. 
Breeze, Miss Louise 
Bremer, Miss Anne M. 
Breuer, Mr. H. J. 
Brewer, Mrs. M. 
Brice, Mrs. J. J. 
Brickell, Miss Louise de V. 
Briggs, Mrs. George A. 
Britton, Mr. John A. 
Brown, Mrs. Andrew H. 
Brown, Mr. Arthur, Jr. 
Brown, Charles Francis 
Brown, Ida E. 
Bruce, Mr. Robert 
Bruguiere, Mr. Francis 
Buck, Mr. John A. 
Burgdorflf, Mr. Ferdinand 
Burke, Mr. Hugh 
Burnham, Mrs. Clark J. 
Burnham, Miss Cordelia 
Burr, Miss Imogene 
Busch, Eva G. 
Bushnell, Mrs. Edith M. 
Butler, Mrs. F. W. 
Cabaniss, Mrs. Geo. H. 
Cadenasso, Mr. G. 
Cahill, Arthur 
Camblien, Mrs. M. T. 
Campbell, Miss Anne B. 
Campbell, Miss Fanny Soule 
Campbell, Mrs. Ira 
Cannon, Mrs. Jennie V. 
Capocelli, Mrs. R. 
Carew, Miss M. R. 
Carolan, Mr. Francis 
Carolan, Mrs. Francis 
Carpenter, Miss Louise M. 
Carroll, Miss Genevieve R. 
Cashin, Miss Nora 
Cebrian, Miss J. C. 
Chamberlain, Helena L. 
Chalmers, Miss Alice 
Chambers, Alice J. 
Chambers, Miss M. E. 
Chase, Wm. M. 
Chenery, Mr. Leonard E. 
Cheney, Mr. Russell 
Child, Mrs. E. B. 
Chittenden, Mrs. Alice B. 
Cilker, Miss Jennie A. 
Clark, Prof. A. B. 
Clark, Mr. Edward H. 
Clark, Mrs. Edward H. 
Clark, Mr. Warren D. 
Clarke, Prof. W. T. 
Clarke, Mrs. W. T. 
Clayton, Miss Jean 
Clement, Miss Ada 
Clisbee, Miss Belle 



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Cobb, Mrs. W. H. 

Coflfey, Miss Julia C. 

Coghlan, Mr. John 

Cohnreich, Mrs. M. A. 

Colman, Miss Alice 

Combs, Pauline 

Conlisk, Mr. Charles 

Cook, Miss Frances G. 

Cookson, Miss Amy B. 

Cooms, Edna 

Cooper, Mr. George D. 

Corwin, Chas. A. 

Cotrel, Miss Edna 

Cotrel, Miss Lucy 

Coulter, Mary J. 

Cowdery, Mrs. J. F. 

Cowdell, Mrs. E. V. 

Cowell, Mrs. H. 

Cowell, Helen E. 

Cowell, Miss I. M. 

Cox, Mrs. Fred, Jr. 

Cox, Mr. Walter I. 

Coyle, Ray 

Craig, Miss E. O. 

Crane, Miss Annie 

Crellin, Camille D'Arville 

Crocker, Mr. Chas. Templeton 

Crocker, Mrs. Henry J. 

Crocker, Mr. Wm. H. 

Crocker, Mrs. Wm. H. 

Crockett, Mrs. J. B. 

Crowley, Miss Anne T. 

Crowley, Miss Kate H. 

Cummings, Earl M. 

Cuneo, Rinaldo 

Cupples, Mr. D. L. 

Curl, Mrs. H. C. 

Curley, Miss Alice G. 

Currier, Mr. E. W. 

Curtis, Mrs. Hobart 

Curtis, H. Taylor 

Cushing, Mrs. Oscar 

Denman, Mrs. Wm. 

Dahl, Miss Elizabeth 

Dahlgren, Mr. Carl 

Daly, Mrs. J. J. 

Davidson, Mrs. Estelle A. 

Davis, Miss D. F. 

Davis, Miss Florence 

Davis, Mrs. Henry L. 

Davis, Hon. Horace 

Davis, Dr. H. C. 

Davis, Miss Katherine M. 

Davis, Mrs. R. J. 

Davis, Mr. Winfield S. 

Dean, Mr. Walter E. 

Dearborn, Mrs. Annie F. 

de Bretteville, Mrs. Alexander 

de Bretteville, Mr. Oscar 

Deering, Mr. Chas. J. 

Dehn-Young, Mrs. Emma 

De Jong, Betty 

Delanv, Miss Slarian 

Del Mue, M. 

de Morelos, Mrs. Ernesto 

Derham. Miss T. E. 

Dewey, William P. 

Dewing, Miss Amv B. 

De Wolfe, Mrs. Sarah S. B. 

De Young, M. H. 

De Young, Mrs. M. H. 

Dickinson, Mrs. W. L. 

Dickman, Charles J. 

Dittenhoefer, Miss Marian 

Dixon, Maynard 

Donovan, Mrs. A. D. 

Donohoe, Mrs. Joseph 

Doty, Mrs. Anna Mathews 

Dooling, Hon. M. T. 



Downing, Miss Mabel 

Doyle, Miss Margaret 

Drake, Mrs. W. A. 

Drew, Frank 

Dreyfus, Miss L. E. 

Drum, John S. 

Du Mond, Frank V. 

Dunlap, Boutwell 

Dunlap, Miss Helen 

Dunn, Mrs. 

Dunne, Hon. Frank H. 

Dunne, Mrs. Peter F. 

Dunham, Miss Mary 0. 

Durkin, Miss Lulu P. 

Dutard, Mrs. H. 

Dutton, Mr. William J. 

Earl, Daniel W. 

Earll, Miss Helen 

Edgerlv, Miss Mira 

Edwards, Mrs. J. W. 

Ege, Miss H. B. 

Ehrman, Mrs. Albert 

Ehrman, Sidney 

Ehrman, Mrs. Sidney 

Eldredge, Mrs. Zoeth 

Emmons, Miss J. C. 

Ephraim, Miss Adeline 

Ephraim, Miss Janette 

Erskine, Mrs. W. W. 

Evarts, Mrs. Philetus 

Faville, Mr. W. B. 

Faville, Mrs. W. B. 

Fay, Miss Nellie 

Faymonville, Mr. Bernard 

Faymonville, Mrs. Bernard 

Felder, Miss Nettiemae 

FergBson, Miss Irene 

Ferrea, Miss Elizabeth 

Field, Maria A. 

Fife, Dr. Joseph 

Fife, Mrs. Joseph 

Fitch, Mrs. G. K. 

Fitch, Miss Virginia 

Fitzgerald, Miss M. P. 

Pitzhugh, Mrs. W. M. 

Fitz-Simmons, Miss Rose 

Fleishhacker, Mrs. Herbert 

Fleishhacker, Mrs. Mortimer 

Fleming, Miss Louise 

Fletcher, Capt. Robert H. 

Flood, Mrs. Arthur M. 

Flood, Miss Jennie 

Flournoy, Mrs. John 

Forbes, Miss Helen 

Ford, Mr. Wm. Henry 

Forderer, Mrs. George Stevens 

Fortmann, Henry F. 

Foster, Mr. A. W. 

Foster, Anna Lyle 

Foster, Mr. Charles J. 

Franklin, Miss F. M. 

Fredericks. Mrs. Frank (Alice A.) 

Freeman, Mrs. W. K. 

Freis, Mr. William 

French, Ida B. 

Frenzel, Dr. Herbert 

Fries, Frank 

Froelich, Miss Maren M. 

Frontin, Miss E. A. 

Fuller, Miss Lydia 

Fulton, Mrs. Cora Smedberg 

Furniture Shop 

Gallagher. Miss Rose 0. 

Gallego, Miss Mabel 

Gamble, Mr. John M. 

Gamble, Mr. Richard T. 

Ganter, Carre 

Garnett, Porter 

Gaw, Mr. Wm. A. 



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Gay, Mrs. Frederick P. 
Gay ley, Miss Marv 
Gearv, Miss M. E. 
Gelwicks, Mrs. D. W. 
Gerstle, Mrs. Lewis 
Gerstle, Miss Marian 
Gerstle, Mark 
Gerstle, Mr. Wm. 
Gerstle, Mr. William L. 
Gibbs, Mrs. CJeorge W. 
Gibson, Mr. W. D. K. 
Gilbert, Mrs. Annie W. 
Gilbert, Hon. W. B. 
Gilmore, Miss Edith 
Girvin. Mrs. Richard 
Gleason, Miss Mary 
Glendenning, Harriet T. 
Glynn, Mr. Thomas M. 
Goad. Mr. Frank 
Goldsmith, Mrs. Mildred 
Goodall, Mrs. Caroline J. 
Goodfellow, Mr. Arthur 
Goodrich, Mrs. E. E. 
Gordon, Mrs. Phil K. 
Gould, Miss Helen 
Grafe. Miss Lydia 
Grant, Mr. Charles H. 
Grant, Mr. Joseph D. 
Grant. Mrs. J. L». 
Gray, Mr. Percy 
Gray, Mrs. William 
Green, Mrs. William 
Green, Mr. Charles E. 
Green, Mrs. I. M. 
Greenbaum, Mr. Joseph 
Greenbaum, Mrs. Louis 
Greenhood, Miss Frances 
Gres, Miss Hazel 
Griilo, Mrs. C. M. 
Grover. Elsie J. 
Growney, Kathleen 
Grunsky, C. E. 
Guggenhime, Mrs. Leon 
Gull. Miss Minnie 
Gump, A. L. 
Gunu. Mrs. J. O'B. 
Gunst, Mrs. Morgan 
Haas. Fannie K. 
Haas. Mrs. William 
Hader, Elmer G. 
Hagartv, Miss Annie M. 
Hale. Mr. R. B. 
Hall, Mr. Frederick W. 
Hale, Mr. Philip 
Hall, Miss Leola 
Ham, Mrs. Charles 
Hamilton, Mr. Samuel 
Hamilton, Mrs. Ralston 
Hamilton, Mrs. R. V. 
Hanchett, Mr. Lewis E. 
Hanify, Mrs. J. Ryder 
Hanlev, Miss Nora B. 
Hanlon, Mr. Charles F. 
Hanlon, Mrs. J. F. 
Hanna, Rt. Rev. Edward J. 
Hanscom. Mr. John O. 
Hall. Miss Kate 
Hansen. Mr. Armin 
Hardin, Mr. C. H. E. 
Harker, Mrs. Harriet 
Harmon. Miss Annie L. 
Harmon, Mr. Chas. H. 
Harrison, Mr. T. Alexander 
Harrigan, Miss A. 
Harrigan, Miss J. 
Harrison, Hon. R. C. 
Harrison, Mrs. Ralph C. 
narrower, Miss A. W. 
Hart, Mrs. Albert M. 



Hart, Miss Pauline 
Hart, Mrs. M. 
Hasbrouck, Mrs. A. 
Haslehurst, Mrs. A. 
Hatch, Mrs. John Davis 
Hawkins, Mrs. Charles A. 
Hawver, Mrs. J. E. 
Ha\ues. Mrs. F. S. 
Heald, Mr. E. P. 
Hearst, Mrs. Phoebe A. 
Heath, Miss Virginia D. 
Hecht, Mrs. Helen 
Heinrichs, Edith C. 
Helgesen, N. R. 
HeUer, Mrs. E. S. 
HeUman, Mr. I. W., Jr. 
Henderson, Miss Sarita D. 
Henshaw, Mrs. F. W. 
Henzel, Mrs. E. C. 
Herlihy, Mrs. Louise 
Hermann, Fernanda L. 
Hermann, Mrs. William 
Herrin, Mr. William F. 
Herrington, Mrs. Howard 
Hess, Miss Theresa 
Hewitt, Miss N. A. 
Heyman, Sir Henry 
Hiestand, R. R. 
Higgins, Mr. M. R. 
Higgins, Mrs. Marvin R. 
Hildreth, Mrs. Ellen Booth 
Hill, Mr. Harry P. 
Hill, Mrs. Marion E. 
Hillman, Miss Jeanette C. 
Hindes, Stetson G. 
Hindes, Mrs. Stetson G. 
Hinkle. Mr. Clarence 
Hirschler, Mrs. David. 
Hitchcock, Hiss Helen M. 
Hitchcock, Miss Elizabeth 
Hittell, Mr. Carlos J. 
Hobart, Mr. Clarke 
Hobart, Mrs. Lewis 
Hodgen, Dr. Jos. D. 
Hodgen, Mrs. Jos. D. 
Hodghead, Mrs. Lillian K. 
Holbrook, Mr. Charles 
Holden, Mrs. Alice F. 
Holmes, Mrs. C. Edward 
Holmes, Miss Elizabeth T. 
Holway, Mrs. R. S. 
Homberger, Mrs. Heinrich 
Hooper, Mrs. G. W. 
Hotaling, Mr. Richard M. 
Howard, Mrs. Emma Shatter 
Howard, John Galen 
Howard, Mrs. Chandler 
Howe, Dr. Louis P. 
Howell, Miss Myrtle 
Hoxie, Mrs. V. W. 
Hudson, Mrs. George 
Hueter, Mr. E. L. 
Hunter, Miss Isabel 
Huntington, Mrs. H. I. 
Huntington, Miss Marian 
Huntington, Mrs. Mary A. 
Hurley, Miss J. M. A. 
Hussev, Miss Evelyn 
Hyde, "Mr. G. M. 
Hyde, Mrs. Isaac 
Hyde, Miss Josephine M. 
Ingerson, Mr. Chas. F. 
Inman, Mrs. Thos. 
Jackson, Mrs. Chas. F. 
Jackson, Mrs. W. E. 
Jacob, Mr. A. L. 
Jacobs, Miss Nellie 
Janin, Miss Louise 
Jannevold, Mr. Carl 



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Jarboe, Mrs. Henry H. 
Jenks, Mr. Livingston 
Jennings, Mrs. Elsie Knox 
Jensen, Mrs. H. C. 
Jewell, Miss Alice G. 
Jewett, Miss Fidelia 
Johnson, Mrs. Carl A. 
Johnson, Mrs. C. R. 
Johnson, Mrs. Caroline Rixford 
Johnson, Mrs. E. V. D. 
Johnson, Mrs. Harry 
Jones, Miss Elizabeth 
Jones, M. M. 
Joseph, Mr. Sydney 
Judd, Mr. Morris A. 
Judson, Miss Almira 
Judis, Mrs. Alphonse 
Judson, Mr. C. Chapel 
Judson, Mrs. Chas. Curtiss 
Kahn, Mrs. Marie Clayburgh 
Kast, Mrs. L. S. 
Kavanagh, Miss Kate 
Kawakami, Mrs. K. K. 
Keating, Miss Mary E. 
Keegan, Miss M. E. 
Keenan, Miss Ala 
Keenan, Mrs. Joseph B. 
Keith, Miss Eliza U. 
Keith, Mrs. William 
Kellam, Frederick B. 
Kellam, Mrs. F. B. 
Kellogg, Mrs. W. H. 
King, Miss Genevieve 
King, Miss Hazel 
Kinkaid, Miss B. C. 
Kinsey, Miss Lou 
Kirwin, Clarice A. 
Koch, Miss Lillian 
Knox, Mrs. W. M. 
Koshland, Mrs. Marcus 
Koshland, Miss Margaret 
Krause. Miss Lulu 
Krone, Dr. Carl R. 
Kurlandzik, Miss P. 
Lacy, Mrs. B. T. 
Lahey, Mary T. 
Lalande, Miss Alice 
Landers, Mrs. Wm. J. 
Landsburgh, Albert G. 
Larken, Mrs. J. F. 
Lartigan, Mrs. A. 
Latimer, Mr. L. P. 
Laumeister, Mrs. Gustav 
Lavery, Mr. J. F. 
Lav7, Mr. Herbert E. 
Layson, Mi-s. C. H. 
Lee, Mrs. Bertha Stringer 
Le Fevre, Miss Susie 
Leland, Mrs. Wm. E. 
Lemos, Mr. Pedro J. 
Lengfeld, Mrs. A. L. 
Lent, Mr. George H. 
Lesberger, Mrs. D. F. 
Levison, Mr. J. B. 
Lewis, Miss Adelaide 
Lewis, Miss Pansy B. 
Lilienthal, Mrs. Bertha 
Lilienthal. Mrs. E. R. 
Lilienthal, Jesse W. 
Lillienthal, Mrs. Jesse 
Lillienthal, Philip N. 
Lilienthal, Mrs. Sophie 
Lilenthal, Theodore 
Lindeberg, Mrs. Jafet 
Livingston, Mr. Louis 
Loewi, Miss M. 
Long, Mr. Percy 
Lopez, Mr. Adriano de Sousa 
Love, Miss M. L. 



Lowenberg, Mrs. I. 
Luis, Mrs. Rose 
Lukens, Mr. Edward C. 
Lundborg, Miss Florence 
Lyman, Edmunds 
Lyman, W. W. Jr. 
Lynch, Mrs. J. K. 
Lyon, Miss N. E. 
Mabury, Miss Carlotta 
MacCuaig, Miss B. 
MacCuIloch, Miss Frances 
MacDermott, Mr. Louis M. 
Macdonald, Mr. A. S. 
Mack, A. 

Mack, Mr. Harold 
Maddox, Mr. Knox 
Maeky, E. Spencer 
Mahoney, Miss Louise 
Mahouy, Miss Emma 
Mailliard, Miss Louise 
Mangles, Miss Agnes 
Martin, Mrs. Eleanor 
Martin, Miss Fannie 
Martin, Mr. John 
Martin, Mr. Walter S. 
Martin, Mrs. Walter 
Martinez, Xavier 
Marye, Mrs. George T. 
Mason, Mrs. Frances B. 
Mathews, Mr. Arthur 
Mathews, Mrs. Lucia K. 
Matson, Capt. William 
Maybeck, Bernard R. 
McAllister, Miss Ethel 
McAllister, Mrs. Frances H. 
McBoyle, Miss A. B. 
McCalla, Mrs. Bowman 
McCarthy, Miss Ruth 
McComas, Francis 
McComas, Mrs. Francis 
McCutcheon, Mr. E. J. 
McCormick. Miss M. Evelyn 
McCreary, Mrs. Fannie Crocker 
McDonald, Miss Julia 
McDough, Miss Rose 
McElroy, Miss J. R. 
McKenzie, Mrs. J. A. 
McEnerney, Mrs. Garrett 
McGlinchey, Miss Mary 
Mcintosh, Mrs. Chas. K. 
McKee, Mr. John D. 
McKown, Mrs. M. E. 
McLaughlin, Catherine C. 
McLaughlin, Mrs. Wm. 
McLennan, Mrs. Mary Bates 
McMeekin, Mr. J. P. 
McMurtrv. Miss Belle 
McNab. Mr. James 
McNamara, Miss Gladys 
McNear, Mrs. John 
McQuaid. Miss Clara L. 
Meeks, Miss C. A. 
Meiere, Mrs. Ernest 
Meiere, Miss Hildreth 
Mendell, Mrs. Geo. H., Jr. 
Mever, Mr. F. H. 
Meyer, Mrs. Henry 
Mever, Mrs. Jennie C. 
Meyer, Mr. J. Henry 
Meyerfield. Mrs. Morris 
Middlemas, Stuart 
Mighels. Mrs. Phillip Verrill 
Milberry. Guy S. 
Milberrv, Mrs. Guy S. 
Miller, Mr. C. O. G. 
Miller, Miss Georgie 
Mills, Mr. Edgar 
Mish, Mrs. S. C. 
Mitchell, Mrs. F. V. 



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Mitchell, Mrs. W. G. 
Monges, Mr. H. B. 
Montague, Mr. W. W. 
Montalboddi, Mr. R. 
Moody, Mrs. Joheph L. 
Moore, Charles C. 
Mora, Mr. Joseph 
Moran, Mrs. Nathan 
Morgan, Miss M. de Neal 
Morrison, Mrs. Alexander F. 
Morrison, Miss F. T. 
Morrow, Robert F. 
Morrow, Hon. W. W. 
Moulin, Mr. Gabriel 
Mulgrew, Miss A. M. 
Mulgrew, Frank L. 
Mullgardt, Mr. Louis Christian 
Munro, Mrs. Wm. James 
Murdock, Miss Margaret 
Murphy, Mrs. Eugene 
Murray, Miss Beatrice 
Murray, Mrs. James 
Musto, Miss Florence 
Musto, Miss Laura 
Mysell, Miss L. C. 
Nahl, Perham W. 
Nahl, Mrs. Jr-erham 
Nash, Miss Caroline A. 
Nash, Mrs. Joseph 
Nelson, M. Bruce 
Neuhaus, Mr. Eugen 
Newhall, Mr. Geo. A. 
Newhall, Mrs. N. Mayo 
Nieholl, Miss Mary E. 
Nickel, J. Leroy 
Nickelsburg, Florence 
Noble, Mrs. H. A. 
Noble, Mr. H. H. 
Noon, Miss Margaret A. 
Noon, Miss Mary G. 
O'Brien, Annie T. 
Oliver, Wm. Letts 
O'Neil, Miss Louise 
Osborne, Miss Alice 
0.xnard, Mr. Robert 
Page, Mrs. Kate H. 
Page, Mrs. Chas. R. 
Palmer, Mrs. L. A. 
Parkhurst, Mrs. Genevieve 
Parks, Miss Mary A. 
Parrish, Mrs. Ellis 
Parrott, Mrs. A. M. 
Parsons, Miss Ardee 
Partington, Miss Gertrude 
Partington, Mr. Richard L. 
Patigian, Mr. Haig 
Pauson, Miss Gertrude 
Pauson, Miss Rose 
Paxton, Mr. Wm. 
Pavne. Mrs. Theodore 
Payne, Mr. W. H. 
Payot, Mr. Henry 
Pearce, Mr. E. R. 
Pearce, Mrs. E. R. 
Pease, Mr. R. H. 
Pechin, Mrs. C. R. 
Peck, Mr. Orrin 
Percy, Miss Isabelle 
Peixotto, Mr. Ernest 
Peltret, Mrs. 
Pennell, Mr. Joseph 
Pennell, Mr. John Watson 
Pennell, Mr. Thomas M. 
Pennoyer, A. Sheldon 
Perine, Mrs. J. H. 
Perkins, Hon. Geo. C. 
Perry, Katherine A. 
Peters, Mr. Charles RoUo 
Phelan, Hon. James D. 



Piazzoni, Mr. G. P. P. 
Pierce, Mrs. Ira 
Pierce, Miss Lucy 
Pillsbury, Mr. Evan S. 
Pissis, Mr. Emil 
Pixley, Mr. Frank 
Pixley, Mr. M. F. 
Poor, Mr. H. V. 
Poppe, Miss M. H. 
Porter, Mr. Bruce 
Porter, Mrs. Minnie Clark 
Porter, Dr. W. S. 
Potter, Mr. Edward E. 
Powers, Mr. Frank H. 
Pringle, Mrs. Edward 
Putufl, Mr. Hansen 
Putnam, Mr. Arthur 
Quinn, May 
Robertson, Mr. A. M. 
Rabjohn, Mr. T. H. 
Raiguel, Mrs. W. O. 
Randall, Miss F. E. 
Randolph, Mr. Lee 
Raschen, Mr. Henry 
Rathke, Miss Ida E. 
Ray, Mrs. H. L. 
Redding, Mr. Joseph D. 
Redmond, Mr. Granville 
Redfield, Mr. Edward W. 
Redmond, Miss M. P. 
Reid, Mr. James W. 
Reis, Mr. Ferdinand, Jr. 
Rethers, Mrs. Theodore 
Rey, Mrs. J. V. A. 
Rice, Miss Clara 
Richards, Austin C. 
Richards, Mrs. Austin C. 
Rithet, Mr. R. P. 
Ritschel, Mr. Wm. 
Rixford, Mrs. Emmet 
Rixford, Mr. G. P. 
Rixford, Loring P. 
Robertson, Miss A. C. 
Robertson, Mr. A. M. 
Robertson, Mrs. Ruth 
Rockwell, Mrs. Phoebe 
Rosenfeld, Judith 
Roos, Mrs. Leon 
Rose, Mrs. Andrew N. 
Rosenbaum, Mrs. L. M. 
Rosenberg, Mrs. G. 
Rosenfeld, Henry 
Rosse, Mr. Herman 
Rosenstirn, Dr. Julius 
Roth, Mrs. A. 
Rothschild, Mrs. John 
Rothschild, Mr. John 
Rulofson, Dr. A. C. 
Rulofson, Mrs. A. C. 
Roundy, Mrs. G. H. 
Russ, Mr. Frederick 
Ryan, Mrs. D. A. 
Rosenfeld. Miss Judith 
Sadicoff, Miss Minnie E. 
Salz. Mrs. Ansley 
Salz, Mrs. Edward 
Samuels, Mrs. Louis 
Sander, Mrs. M. R. 
Sandona, Mr. Matteo 
Sandona, Mrs. Matteo 
Sanford, Mrs. Chas. Frederick 
Sargent, Mrs. G. R. 
Sargent, W. W. 
Saul, Miss Margaret W. 
Sawyer, Mr. Houghton 
SawA'er, Mrs. Houghton 
Schmidt, A. H. R. 
Schussler, Mr. Toby 
Schussler, Mr. Henry 



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Schwabacher, Mrs. Louis 
Schwamm, Miss Louise 
Schernstein, Mrs. F. C. 
Schwerin, Mrs. Lotta Bean 
Scott, Mr. Henry T. 
Scott, Mrs. Henry T. 
Scott, Elizabeth 
Scott, Mrs. J. Harry 
Scott, Mrs. Irving M. 
Scott, Mrs. Laurence 
Schloss, Mrs. Florence 
Schmall, Dr. E. 
Schussler, Mr. Herman 
Seall, Mrs. Jesse D. 
Seawell, Mr. Harry W. 
Serbaroli, Mr. E. 
Seeley, Dr. M. A. 
Senter, K. G. 
Sesnon, Mrs. Wm. T 
Seymour. Miss Celia 
Shaw, Elizabeth A. 
Shaw, Miss Ida E. 
Shea, Miss Annie B. 
Sherman, Mr. L. S. 
Sherwood, Mr. William R. 
Short, Mrs. Jessie Frances 
Shortridge, Mr. Samuel 
Sill, Mrs. Stephen J. 
Silverberg, J. H. 
Silverberg, Mrs. J. 
Simmons, Mrs. Celia S. 
Simpson, Miss Lillian 
Sinsheimer, Mrs. Edgar 
Sinsheimer, Miss May 
Slack, Mrs. Chas. W. 
Sleeth, Mrs. L. McDonald 
Slessinger, Miss May 
Sloss, Mr. Joseph 
Sloss, Mrs. Joseph 
Sloss, Leon 
Sloss, Mr. Louis 
Sloss, Mrs. Louis 
Sloss, Hon. M. C. 
Slosson, Mrs. H. L. 
Smith, Mr. Arthur A. 
Smith, C. Louise 
Smith, Mr. James B. 
Smith, Mrs. Reginald K. 
Smith, Mrs. Reginald Knight 
Smith, Mrs. Stewart F. 
Smith, Mr. Robert Hayes 
Sparks, Mr. Wm. 
Spadoni, Miss Faustina 
Spreckels, Mr. A. B. 
Spreckels, Mrs. A. B. 
Spreckels, Mr. John D. 
Spreckels, Mrs. John D., Jr. 
Stackpole, Mr. Ralph 
Stadtmuller, Mrs. E. W. 
Stadtmuller, Edwin W. 
Stadtmuller, Miss Henrietta 
Stahl, Mr. Adolfo 
Stanton, Mr. John A. 
Starks, Mr. E. C. 
Stern, Mrs. A. 
Stern, Mrs. Sigmund 
Stem, Jacob 
Stern, Mr. Sigmund 
Stettheimer, W. W. 
Stetson, Mrs. Sophie Palmer 
Stewart, Mrs. James 
Stillman, Mr. Thomas E. 
Stincen, Miss A. M. 
Stincen, Miss E. E. 
Stine, Mrs. O. C. 
Stolz, Mrs. Frederick 
Stone, Mrs. Frederick P. 
Stone, Mrs. Marcus 
Stoney, Mrs. Gaillard 



Stow, Miss Nellie 
Stow, Mr. Vanderlynn 
St03', Mrs. S. B. 
Sturdivant, Mr. Benj. B. 
Sykes, Miss Mabel A. 
Sturtevant, Mrs. G. A. 
Sullivan, Miss Elizabeth 
Sumner, Mrs. P. W. 
Sullivan, Mr. Frank J. 
Suttin, Mrs. J. B. 
Swan, Mr. Benjamin R. 
Sweeny, Mrs. Edward 
Tagler, Mr. Henry A. 
Tarbell, Mr. Edward C. 
Tarpey, Mrs. W. L. 
Tarpy, Winifred L. 
Taussig, Miss Rosa 
Taussig, Mr. Rudolph J. 
Taylor, Mrs. Wm. H., Jr. 
Tessner, Miss E. H. 
Tevis, Mrs. Wm. S. 
Theobald, Mrs. A. 
Thompson, Miss Roberta A. 
Thompson, Mr. T. H. 
Tilden, Mr. Douglas 
Timmins, Miss A. C 
Tobin, Mr. Ed. 
Tobin, Mrs. Ed. 
Tobin, Mr. Joseph S. 
Tobin, Richard M. 
Tobriner. Miss Haidee 
Tojetti. Mme. Emilia 
Tolerton, Hill 
Tolman, Mrs. C. F. 
Torpey, Miss M. C. 
Towle, Mrs. G. W. 
Towne, Mrs. A. N. 
Toy, Mrs. Geo. D. 
Trask, John E. D. 
Trask, Miss Stella G. 
Treat, Miss E. L. 
Tryon, Mrs. E. H. 
Tufts, Dr. J. B. 
Tufts, Mrs. J. B. 
Turner, Miss Shirley 
Upham, Mr. I. O. 
Vail, Mr. 

Van Fleet, Mrs. C. W. 
Van Sicklen, Mr. F. W. 
Van Sloun, Frank 
Van Winkle, Miss Helen 
Van Winkle, Miss Emma F. 
Van Wyck, Mrs. Sidney, Jr. 
Vaughan, Mrs. Fred 
Very, Miss Mary 
Vickery, Atkins & Torrey 
Vivian, Miss Calthea 
Volkmann, Mr. George F. 
Von Schroeder, Baron J. H. 
Voorman, Miss Laura 
Wade, Miss Emily I. 
Wade, Janet 
Walker, Mrs. Cvrus 
Walker, Mrs. David H. 
Wallace, Mrs. J. P. 
Walter, Clarence R. 
Walter, Mr. Edgar 
Walter, Mr. John I. 
Walter, Mrs. SoUv 
Walter, Mrs. I. N. 
Ward, Susie A. 
Warner, Mrs. Alex 
Watrous, Miss Hazel 
Weeks, Mr. Geo. Keith 
Wehrli, Emma J. 
Weil, Mrs. A. F. 
Weil, Mrs. Irvin J. 
Weil, Mrs. J. J. 



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Weill, Mr. Michael 
Weill, Mr. Raphael 
Weinberg, Mrs. Emelie 
Weiss, Mrs. Dr. 
Weir, Mr. J. Alden 
Welch, Mrs. Andrew, Jr. 
\Vellendorff, Miss 
Wells, Mrs. H. E. 
Welty, Mrs. Cullen F. 
Wentworth, Miss N. A. 
Wharflf, Miss O. 
Wheeler, Dr. Benjamin Ida 
Wheeler, Mr. Chas. Stetson 
Wheeler, Mrs. Chas. Stetson 
Whipple, Sophie L. 
White, Mrs. E. B. 
Whitney, Mrs. George E. 
Whitney, Miss Lillian 
Whittell, Mr. George 
Whittier, Mr. Frank W. 
Wickson, Mr. Guest 
Wiggins, Mr. W. W. 
Wigston, Mrs. N. S. 
Williams, Mr. H. A. 
Williams, Miss Florence 



Williams, Mr. Michael 
Williams, Mrs. Michael 
Willison, Miss Gertrude 
Wilson, Miss Florence 
Wing, Miss Ethelwynn 
Winslow, Dr. Thomas Hartley 
Withrow, Mrs. R. Almond 
Wittenmyer, Clara K. 
Wolfsohn, Miss Eva 
Wollenberg, Mrs. Harry 
Worden, Mr. Clinton E. 
Worden, Mrs. Clinton E. 
Wood, Baldwin 
Wood, Mrs. W. S. 
Woods, Miss Lottie 
Wood, Mrs. S. A. 
Wores, Mr. Theodore 
Wormser, Mrs. Ella K. 
Wormser, Mrs. J. 
Wright, Mr. J. Dunbar 
Wulzen, D. H. 
WjTnore, Mrs. W. W. 
Young, Miss Marv A. 
Young, Mr. W. R. K. 
Zweybruck, Miss Edith 



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Western Art at the Exposition 

It is safe to say that in no other of the multitudinous aspects of the Exposition 
did that vast enterprise so unmistakably, irresistibly triumph as in its Art. The 
Exposition was beautiful. Hypersensitive critics join with that celebrated character, 
Mr. Man-in-the-Street. in acclaiming its beauty. And this beauty was not accidental, 
was not merely a matter of environment, though environment was a powerful factor; 
it was a created beauty, definitely designed; in other words, artistic beauty. 

There were three great characteristics predominating over all others in the art 
of the Exposition. It was romantic and imaginative ; it was a national inspiration, 
almost a revelation, in the employment of color, of light; and it was a masterpiece 
of the communal, the democratic spirit. To speak briefly of these, in the order of 
their enumeration. I think that the first thing, the romance and imagination of the 
fair, needs no pointing out — it was as obvious and as all-pervading as a sunrise. As 
for the second, what the Chicago Exposition did for American art in impressing the 
inspiration of classic form upon our consciousness, San Francisco accomplished in 
color, in light, while at the same time losing no jot or tittle of what we have learned 
in form. And for the third, think of what a crazy-quilt of color, what an egotistical 
jumble of shapes and forms the whole Exposition would have been had not the archi- 
tects, sculptors, gardeners, painters, artisans, worked together in a disciplined sub- 
ordination to a general plan, in the spirit of unity. And as the architects, painters, 
sculptors and other workers were drawn from the country as a whole, what has been 
accomplished is a national deed. The glory and the fame of it belong not to any 
part, or parts, but to the whole. 

Nevertheless, indeed just for this reason all the more, it is a fair and proper 
thing to ask what share the West, the Pacific slope, the scene of the great event, 
contributed to the synthesis of the Exposition 's art. 

First of all, let us see what the records have to say concerning the matter-of-fact, 
objective participation which the Pacific Coast artists have had in the most beautiful 
of all world fairs. 

The first architectural commission, which was later absorbed into an architectural 
council of nine, was composed of three San Franciscans, Willis Polk, W. B. Fa^-ille, 
and Clarence E. Ward. This commission, and then the council, with the advice of 
Edward W. Bennett, the city-planner, laid out the fundamental plan of the Expo- 
sition, and the arrangement and general designs of the various courts and palaces. 

Then, when it comes to the next point, namely, the actual execution of the archi- 
tectural and landscape gardening, the West makes a still stronger contribution to the 
ensemble. That true genius in gardening, already famous for his creation of San 
Francisco's Golden Gate Park, John McLaren, is the wizard at whose touch the 
trees, the grass, the flowers, the shrubs sprang from what had been waste land and 
gave to the whole picture much of its glowing color and a vast amount of its im- 
pression of vigorous life. George W. Kelham, another San Franciscan, was the chief 
of the architectural body, and also designed two of the courts, the Court of Palms 
and the Court of Flowers. W. B. Faville, of San Francisco, did the exterior wall 
of the main group of buildings, with its rich yet simple scheme of decoration. Robert 
D. Farquhar, of Los Angeles, designed Festival Hall; Clarence E. Ward contributed 
the design of Machinery Hall; Bakewell & Browne are the architects of the Palace 
of Horticulture ; Louis Christian Mullgardt designed the glamorous Court of Abun- 
dance; B. E. Maybeek created the Palace of Fine Arts. And all these are of San 
Francisco. Only the Tower of Jewels, the Court of the Universe, and the Court of 
the Four Seasons, among the main group, are the work of Eastern architects. But 
of course there are many other buildings, foreign and state, which belong to other 
than Western men. 

The sculptural adornment of the architecture, and of the vast garden which was 
the site of this dream city of beauty, were powerfully affected by the ideas and the 
handiwork of Western artists. Those who played the most important parts in repre- 
senting the West were Robert Aitken, whose "Fountain of the Earth," in the Court 
of Abundance, was one of the most pronounced successes; Haig Patigian, who did 

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the "Four Powers" for Machinery Hall, together with much other notable work; 
Ralph Stackpole, who was very much to the front in his work for the Varied Indus- 
tries Palace, and whose ' ' Kneeling Figure ' ' in front of the Fine Arts rotunda was 
an exquisite gem ; Arthur Putnam, Edgar Walter, Earl Cummings, and Mahonri Young. 

The last named artist hails from Salt Lake, as his name might indicate ; all the 
others are Californians. And before we leave the subject of sculpture let us remember 
that Haig Patigian and J. J. Mora, another Californian, were members of the jury 
which judged the exhibited works of sculpture, and like the others named, were well 
represented with original work in the fine arts exhibition. 

Not only were they well represented, but some of them won distinctive honors. 
Arthur Putnam, whose case of animal sculpture attracted most keen attention, a man 
for whom the word genius hardly seems too weighty, was awarded a Gold Medal. 
Robert Aitken and Mahonri Young won Silver Medals. Ralph Stackpole and Edgar 
Walter were signaled out for Honorable Mention. 

But if the Western sculptors gained commendable positions on the list of official 
honors, the painters did not lag behind. They accomplished big things. A surpris- 
ing number gained medals and honorable mention. For the sake of the record — 
and especially because the Exposition laid a solid foundation for the future of 
Western art — it is well to write down their names. 

H. J. Breuer and William Ritschel gained Gold Medals. The first is a landscapist 
to whom the strength and dignity of Western mountains appeals with peculiar power. 
The second celebrates the beauty of the Western sea, on ihe coast of Monterey, 
at Carmel. 

The Silver Medals won by the West went to the following artists: Mary Curtis 
Richardson, Joseph Raphael, Guy Rose, Carl Oscar Borg, William Wendt, E. Charlton 
Fortune, Maurice Del Mue, Armin Hansen, Bruce Nelson, Edward Cucuel, and Lucia 
B. Mathews. 

Bronze Medals were awarded to Maynard Dixon, Anne M. Bremer, Perham Nahl, 
Frank J. Van Sloun, Florence Lundborg, and Gertrude Partington. 

Honorable Mention was given to Lee F. Randlph and Betty de Young. 

In the section of prints, including etchings, lithographs, monotypes, and so forth, 
Clark Hobart, Perham Nahl, Worth Ryder, won Silver Medals; George T. Plowman 
and Helen Hyde won Bronze Medals; Xavier Martinez and Pedro J. Lemos were 
given Honorable Mention. In Water Colors, Lucia Mathews won a Silver Medal, 
and Percy Gray a Bronze Medal. 

Charles J. Dickman, Arthur Mathews, Francis McComas, Jules Pages, and Eugen 
Neuhaus were members of the jury, and so were hors concours, or out of the running 
for prizes. 

For Mathews and McComas, however, there was the special distinction of a 
separate gallery; an honor also given to the work of William Keith. Mathews had 
the added prestige of being the only Western artist represented in the list of mural 
paintings. 

So much for the official figures. But there are other, and even more important 
considerations. There is the question of comparison: Did the Western work hold its 
own, did it stand up firmly, when seen by the side of Eastern work? What story did 
it relate of the development of art on the Pacific slope? What did it presage of the 
future? All these are great and disputatious matters, requiring more space for their 
adequate consideration than can be given at present; nevertheless there are certain 
positive factors which may be touched upon, at least, and which will throw some 
light in the direction where the correct answers may be found. 

Concerning the first of the questions raised, as to whether the work of the West 
compared favorably with Eastern work, an emphatic affirmative may be given. 

Leaving out of consideration the art of old California — the California of before 
the conquest — the art of the padres and their Indian pupils, which was a mingling 
of Spanish and of ancient aboriginal influences, and which does not connect directly 
with modern work, although some day it will be studied and will afl'ect the future — 
it must be admitted that Western art is a very young plant indeed. It has been 
cultivated at a great disadvantage in some respects. It has been isolated from con- 
tact with sources of study; it has been cut off from the fertilizing influences of 
modern movements and ideas. Until a comparatively recent period the Pacific slope, 

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after all, was far off, at a world's end, from the centers of art. And when those in 
whom the call to art was inborn went forth into the greater world beyond the Golden 
Gate, often indeed they never returned, or, if they did, they came back as cosmopolites 
for whom the West was merely a geographical term, and not the natural home of 
their artistic hopes and dreams. 

Yet, to turn the other side of the shield, this very isolation was not without certain 
compensations and opportunities. Thrown upon themselves, and upon their surround- 
ings. Western artists have maintained their individualities and have interpreted their 
environment with a remarkable force and with a certain passion of intensity. But 
they worked, as it were, so far as their own Western public was concerned, behind a 
wall, in the darkness. The lack of adequate exhibitions — exhibitions in which the 
work could be passed through a critical sieve — has kept the Western painters from 
the knowledge of the larger public. Women's clubs did what they could; but their 
exhibitions were too amiable, too friendly, too compassionate, to serve the best inter- 
ests of art. With good sincere work would be mingled too much piflBe and ama- 
teur stuff. 

The Exposition came as a great opportunity for the public to look behind this 
wall where the artists had been working in a condition not less than neglect, unen- 
couraged by adequate public attention, and to see what the West did possess. With 
the exception of two or three recognized artists who, for one reason or another, did 
not care to exhibit, the Western men and women came forward with a vast amount 
of work, from which was selected a group of paintings and sculpture and prints 
which for solid merit, for variety of subject-matter, and for the brightness of their 
promise, conspicuously made good with the public, with the critics and students of 
art, and with the large and splendidly representative body of artists who constituted 
the jury of wards. 

It should also be borne in mind that if the Exposition has revealed the extent 
and the generally high average of merit of Western art, it has also shown forth the 
no less satisfactory degree of readiness to appreciate art which exists among the 
Western public. I remember one day talking this point over vdth Christian Brinton, 
the author of that remarkable book, "Modern Artists." I chanced to make a jesting 
reference to some funny remarks I had overheard from some rural visitors. Mr. 
Brinton flared up: 

' ' Don 't underestimate your public. I wish to say with all emphasis that I find 
your Western public much more appreciative, much more ready to approach the study 
of art, than other publics in the East. Working as I do in the galleries with notebook 
in hand, I am often addressed by visitors, and I have been surprised and pleased by 
the artistic intelligence that has been shown. 

' ' The West has a great future in art. Indeed, I go so far as to say that the future 
of art belongs to the West. It is inevitable. The freshness and \atality of your 
Life, the stimulation of the environmental influences — these things must result in big 
things. ' ' 

A dozen other incidents of the kind might be gathered together. The opportunity 
which the Exposition afforded to the residents of the West — for whom, for the first 
time, a really representative exhibition of modern art was brought from all the art 
centers of the world — was not lost. And the air is vibrant with rumors of develop- 
ments of the first importance. These rumors are connected with the fact which one 
of the directors of the great art institutes of the Middle West pointed out to me 
one day, namely, the fact that San Francisco, the natural metropolis of the Pacific 
slope, is sadly lacking in the matter of an adequate Institute of Art. 

' ' In my city, much smaller, and much less wealthy than San Francisco, ' ' said 
this director, "we have an institute with a picture-buying fund of $50,000 a year, 
and with other expenses provided for by endowment, housed in a $500,000 building, 
upon a ten-acre lot in the midst of the city^all this the gift of the business men 
of the place, who realized that art is no longer to be regarded as an exotic thing in 
democratic American life, but on the contrary, that it is a vital, practical, indispensable 
factor of that life. So they got together and quickly raised the necessary funds, 
and now we have a splendid building in which loan and traveling exhibitions are 
frequently held, and which is rapidly acquiring its permanent collection for the use 
and benefit of students and the public. I am very much surprised to find San Fran- 

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Cisco so lacking in this respect, but I suppose that the Exposition will change these 
conditions. ' ' 

Such also is the hope, nay, even the conviction of many who hold very dear the 
artistic reputation of the West. The wonderful stimulation of all forms of art 
throughout the entire country, which the most beautiful and most artistic of all 
international expositions has supplied, will not, of course, miss the very place where 
the Exposition stood. The West is aware of itself now, aware of its place in the 
domains of art — aware of its merits, and also keenly aware of its deficiencies. Its 
future is bright, and that future can only justify its promise through means universally 
found to be necessary — in a word, a great central art institute or museum, the source 
of inspiration and the seat of study for young artists, and a temple of beauty for 
the people. 



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Art in California 

A Brief Review of a Monumental Book 
By Michael Williams 

Xo more tangible e^-idenee of the depth and extent of the contemporary art move- 
ment in this State could be brought forward than a volume which has just been pub- 
lished by E. L. Bernier. in San Francisco, entitled "Art in California: A survey of 
American art with special reference to Californian painting, sculpture and architec- 
ture, past and present, particularly as those arts were represented at the Panama- 
Pacific International Exposition." 

The book contains essays and articles by the following contributors : George Ster- 
ling, Bruce Porter. Everett Maxwell, Porter Garnett, Hector Alliot, Michael Williams, 
Antonv Anderson. Alma May Cook, Willis Polk. John E. D. Trask, A. B. Clark, John 
McLure Hamilton. John I. Walter, Eobert B. Harshe, Mabel Urniy Scares, Pedro J. 
Lemos, Hill Tolerton, Hamilton Wright, John McLaren, A. Sterling Calder, Louis 
Christian Mullgardt and Bernard E. Maybeck. 

It is by all odds the most comprehensive, thorough and best illustrated work on 
California art ever published. There are about three hundred full-page illustrations, 
divided into the following categories: Eighty-four plates of Californian paintings; 
forty-seven plates of the paintings of American painters other than Californian; thir- 
teen plates showing the work of Californian sculptors; thirty-two showing the work 
of American sculptors other than Californian; twelve plates showing the work of Cali- 
fornian etchers, and twelve of American etchers other than Californian; sixteen plates 
devoted to the mural decorations of the Exposition, many of which are reproduced in 
color; eighteen reproductions of the sculpture of the Exposition, and sixteen photo- 
graphic studies of the beauties of the Exposition itself. 

"While dealing broadly with certain aspects of art in America," so the introduc- 
tion states, "the work presents the first comprehensive record of the phenomena of 
Californian art and ofi'ers at the same time, in a series of essays and articles by well- 
known writers, an historical and critical examination of these phenomena." 

The publisher is certainly justified in stating that the book was made necessary 
by California's exceptional' productivity in art. and by the freshness and vitality 
which the work of California artists so often display, and by the stimulation given 
to art in the West by the Panama-Pacific Exposition. 

Art in California is entering a new era in incalculable significance. The state has 
been definitely detached from provincialism by the strong tide of new life created by 
the Exposition and this volume proves beyond doubt or peradventure the exceptional 
worth and surprising variety of the art created by Cabfornians. 

As the publisher states, contemporary opinion in matters of art is at best often 
merely a more or less shrewd guess at what the verdict of time is to be, and so instead 
of presenting the dogmatic opinions of a single writer, the various and often con- 
trasting views of many writers are presented. Each contributor has treated the sub- 
ject of Californian art in his own way, and the reader is thus given the benefit of 
the collective judgment of many recognized authorities. The following is the list of 
articles with their authors: 

"The Beginning of Art in California," by Bruce Porter; "The Structure of 
Western Art," by Everett C. Maxwell; "California's Place in Art," by Porter Gar- 
nett; "Primitive Art in Southern California." by Hector Alliot; "Six Landscape 
Painters of Southern California," by Antony Anderson; "What Art Means to Cali- 
fornia," by Ahna May Cook; "A Brilliant Future for American Art," by Willis 
Polk; "The Exposition: An Expression of Artistic Power." by John McLure 
Hamilton; "The Department of Fine Arts at the Panama-Pacific International Expo- 
sition," by John E. D. Trask; "Art Ideals in California Universities." by A. B. 
Clark'; "The San Francisco Art Association," by John I. Walter; "The Oakland 
Public Museum," by Eobert B. Harshe; "William Keith and His Times," by Mabel 

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Urmy Seares; "California and Its Etchers: What They Mean to Each Other," by 
Pedro J. Lemos; "The California Society of Etchers," by Robert B. Harshe; "Etch- 
ing and Etchers," by Hill Tolerton; "Mural Decorations at the Panama-Pacific 
International Exposition, ' ' by Hamilton M. Wright ; ' ' California 's Opportunities in 
Artistic Landscaping," by John McLaren; "Art Is Praise and All Things in Life 
Are Its Subjects," by A. Stirling Calder; "Architecture of the Panama-Pacific Inter- 
national Exposition," by Louis Christian ]\Iullgardt, and "The Architecture of the 
Palace of Fine Arts at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition," by Bernard R. 
Maybeck. 




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