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Full text of "Official catalogue, illustrated, of the Department of Fine Arts, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, with awards, San Francisco, California, 1915"

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O -? f- Official Catalogue of the 

Department of Fine Arts 

Panama-Pacific International Exposition 

(With Award*) 
San Francisco, Califor ia, 1915 



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The Wahlgreen Company 

Official Publishers to the 

Panama-Pacific International Exposition 

San Francisco 



GIFT OF 




OFFICIAL CATALOGUE 



OF THE 



Department of Fine Arts 



Panama -Pacific International 
Exposition 

(With Awards) 



San Francisco, California 
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1915 



Copyright 1915 by The Wahlgreen Company 



Price 



THE WAHLGREEN COMPANY 

Official Publishers to the Panama-Pacific International Exposition 
San Francisco 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 

PANAMA. PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION 
SAN FRANCISCO. 1915 



JOHN E. D. TRASK 
Chief 



ROBERT B. HARSHE 
Assistant Chief 

CHARLES FRANCIS BROWNE 

Supt. U. S. Section 
(Resigned April 1, 1915) 



JANE DE MARANVILLE 
Secretary. 



DOCENT SERVICE 



Mrs. Melville F. Johnston, Senior Docent 
Elizabeth H. Denio, Ph.D. Hose V. S. Berry 



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SALES DEPARTMENT 

John G. Dunlap, Helen Wright 

Manager 



ASSISTANTS IN INSTALLATION 
Will J. Hyett John M. Bateman William Merchant 

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DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 
PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION 

SAN FRANCISCO, 1915 



GROUP JURY FOR PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 

fj. Alden Weir, Chairman 
Ettore Ferrari, Vice-Chairman (resigned) 
fAdriano de Sousa-Lopez, Vice-Chairman 

^Robert B. Harshe, Secretary 

John W. Beatty Walter McEwen 

Pierretto Bianco Francis J. McComas 

Christian Brinton Etienne Masante 

Charles Francis Browne Artnur F> Matnews 

Francisco Centurion T ,,,,. 

William M. Chase L " H ' Meakm 

Ralph Clarkson C ' Powe11 Minmgerode 

George Walter Dawson Eugen Neuhaus 

Charles J. Dickman K. Owyang 

Frank V. DuMond Jules Pages 

Frank Duveneck William M. Paxton 

William H. Fox Edward W. Redfield 

Jean Guiffrey Matteo Sandona 

Philip L. Hale Anshelm Schultzberg 

J. McLure Hamilton Edmund C. Tarbell 

Keiichiro Koume Charles J. Taylor 

J. N. Laurvik Edmund H. Wuerpel 



GROUP JURY FOR ETCHINGS AND ENGRAVINGS 

{Joseph Pennell, Chairman 
fAdriano de Sousa-Lopez, Vice-Chairman 

Louis Christian Mullgardt, Secretary 
Frank Duveneck Thomas Wood Stevens 



GROUP JURY FOR SCULPTURE 

fPaul Wayland Bartlett, Chairman 
1 Juan Carlos Oliva Navarro, Vice-Chairman 

Adolph A. Weinman, Secretary 

A. Stirling Calder Joseph J. Mora 

Arduino Colasanti Haig Patigan 

Charles Grafly H. Shugio 

C. Y. Yen (K. H. Tu, acting) 



SPECIAL COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO PASS ON UNCLASSIFIED WORKS 
IN THE JAPANESE SECTION 

Paul Wayland Bartlett H. Shugio 

Keiichiro Koume Edmund C. Tarbell 

J. Alden Weir 

tMember of Department Jury. 
^Secretary of Department Jury. 



NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE 



J. B. Andrews 
John W. Beatty 
William K. Bixby 
John B. Caul dwell 
Eugene J. Carpenter 
Robert W. De Forest 
Arthur Fairbanks 
Henry C. Frick 
Charles L. Freer 
Mrs. John L. Gardiner 
Philip J. Gentner 
J. H. Gest 



Charles C. Glover 

H. C. Henry 

Charles L. Hutchinson 

A. Augustus Healy 

Archer M. Huntington 

Dr. Alexander C. Humphreys 

J. J. Hill 

Robert A. Holland 

M. E. Ingalls 

Gardiner M. Lane 

Edward D. Libby 

John Frederick Lewis 



Frank J. Mather 
Howard Mansfield 
John H. McFadden 
F. B. McGuire 
Mrs. Gustav Radeke 
Edward Robinson 
Martin A. Ryerson 
Vanderlyn Stow 
Charles P. Taft 
Henry Walters 
Thomas B. Walker 
Joseph E. Widener 



Paul W. Bartlett 



ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR GREAT BRITAIN 

John S. Sargent, Chairman 
Joseph Pennell, Honorary Secretary 

John McLure Hamilton 



Max Bohm 
Richard E. Brooks 
Paul W. Bartlett 
Frederic C. Frieseke 
Walter Gay 



ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR EUROPE 

Walter McEwen, Chairman 
George Oberteuffer, Secretary 
Alexander Harrison Carl Marr 

Charles W. Hawthorne Henry O. Tanner 

Julius Stewart Elihu Vedder 

Richard E. Miller Harry Van der Weyden 

Gari Melchers Lionel Walden 



ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR NEW ENGLAND 



Thomas Allen 
Frank W. Benson 
Dwight Blaney 
Cyrus E. Dallin 
Joseph De Camp 
J. J. Enneking 



Edmund C. Tarbell, Chairman 
I. M. Gaugengigl 
Philip L. Hale 
William Sergeant Kendall 
Dodge MacKnight 
Anna C. Ladd 
Hermann Dudley Murphy 



Walter Nettleton 
William M. Paxton 
Bela L. Pratt 
Edward F. Rook 
Sarah C. Sears 
Charles H. Woodbury 



ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR NEW YORK 



Herbert Adams 
George W. Bellows 
Edith W. Burroughs 
Emil Carlsen 
William A. Coffin 
Colin C. Cooper 
Frank Vincent DuMond 



John W. Alexander, Chairman 
William Henry Fox 
Daniel C. French 
Charles Dana Gibson 
Robert Henri 
Hermon A. MacNeil 
Willard L. Metcalf 
A. P. Proctor 



Cornelia B. Sage 
Henry B. Snell 
Albert E. Sterner 
Harry W. Watrous 
Adolph A. Weinman 
J. Alden Weir 
Irving R. Wiles 



ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR PENNSYLVANIA AND THE SOUTH ATLANTIC STATES 



Edward Berge 
Adolph E. Borie 
Hugh H. Breckenridge 
Richard N. Brooke 
George Walter Dawson 
Daniel Garber 
Charles Grafly 



Edward W. Redfield, Chairman 

Johanna K. W. Hailman 

C. Powell Minnigerode 

Samuel Murray 

Violet Oakley 

Thornton Oakley 

George W. Setter 



Charles J. Taylor 
F. Walter Taylor 
Emily Drayton Taylor 
C. Y. Turner 
S. Edwin Whiteman 
Charles Morris Young 



John S. Ankeney 
Robert P. Bringhurst 
Clement J. Barnhorn 
Oscar E. Berninghans 
Ralph Clarkson 
Dawson Watson 
William J. Edmondson 



ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR THE MIDDLE 

Frank Duveneck, CTi airman 
William Forsythe 
Oliver Dennett Grover 
Ella Bond Johnston 
Robert Koehler 
L. H. Meakin 
Bertha E. Jaques 
Lawton S. Parker 



WEST 



Otto Stark 
Theodore C. Steele 
Lorado Taft 
Edmund H. Wuerpel 
Ellsworth Woodward 
Carl C. Waldeck 



G. L. Berg 
Harriet F. Beecher 
Benjamin C. Brown 
Robert H. Fletcher 
Carl F. Gould 
Paul M. Gustin 



ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR THE 

Eugene Neuhaus, Chairman 
Arthur F. Matthews 
E. C. Piexotto 
Bruce Porter 
Mary Curtis Richardson 
Clara Stephens 



WEST 

Lillie V. O'Ryan Klein 
William Wendt 
Henry P. Wentz 
C. E. S. Wood 
Mahonri Young 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

UNITED STATES SECTION 
Contemporary Artists: 

Galleries 26 to 57 inclusive 24-54 

Galleries 65 to 90 inclusive 61-73 

Galleries 93 and 117 to 120 inclusive 75-79 

Historical Section: 

Galleries 58, 59, 60, 64 55-57, 60 

Photographic Reproductions of 

Mural Paintings and Sculpture: 

Gallery 26, Wall B 24 

Gallery 27 25 

Biographical Index: 

Painters, Illustrators, Etc 113-1 97 

Etchers, Lithographers, Etc 198-229 

Sculptors and Medallists 229-248 

LOAN COLLECTION 

Galleries 61, 62, 63, 91, 92 58-59, 74 

INTERNATIONAL SECTION 

Paintings 99-104 

Drawings, Etchings, Lithographs, Etc 104-108 

Sculpture 108 

Gallery 108 (Palace of Fine Arts) 

Galleries 121 to 143 (Annex) 
Italian Futurists '. 109 

Gallery 141 (Annex) 

SECTIONS 
Argentina: 

Gallery 112 '. 93- 94 

China: 

Galleries 94 to 97 inclusive 82- 87 

Cuba: 

Gallery 20 21 

France: 

Galleries 11 to 18 inclusive 14- 20 

Italy: 

Galleries 21 to 25 inclusive 21- 23 

Japan: 

Galleries 1 to 10 inclusive 9- 14 

Netherlands (Holland) : 

Galleries 113 to 116 inclusive 95- 97 

Norway: 

Galleries 144 to 150 (Annex) inclusive 109-112 

Philippine Islands: 

Gallery 98 87 

Portugal: 

Galleries 109, 110, 111 92- 93 

Sweden: 

Galleries 99 to 107 inclusive 88- 93 

Uruguay: 

Gallery 19 20 

FLOOR PLANS 

Palace of Fine Arts 6 

Annex .." 93 



FOREWORD 

THERE are in the Department of Fine Arts separate 
sections for each of the twelve foreign nations officially 
represented in the Department, an United States sec- 
tion and an International Section. 

In the International Section are shown works by artists 
of foreign nations not represented by Commissioners of 
Fine Arts or by National Committees. The International 
Section occupies Gallery One Hundred and Eight (in the 
Palace of Fine Arts) and Galleries One Hundred and 
Twenty-one to One Hundred and Forty-three (in the 
Annex) . 

The Loan Collection comprises a selection of especially 
interesting works from institutions and private collections 
arranged for the purpose of outlining historically the deriva- 
tion of the technical methods of contemporary artists. The 
Loan Collection is found in Galleries Sixty-one, Sixty-two, 
Sixty-three, Ninety-one and Ninety-two (Palace of Fine 
Arts). 

The United States Historical Section presents the develop- 
ment of painting and sculpture in this country. Galleries 
Fifty-eight, Fifty-nine, Sixty and Sixty-four (Palace of Fine 
Arts) contain this section. 

A collection of photographs of mural paintings and sculp- 
ture, the works themselves being for various reasons unavail- 
able for exhibition, is installed in Gallery Twenty-seven and 
on the B wall of Gallery Twenty-eight. 



JAPANESE SECTION 



H. YAMAWAKI 

Commissioner General. 

H. SHUGIO 

Commissioner of Fine Arts. 

N. ONUMA 
Secretary. 



GALLERIES ONE TO TEN. 
OIL PAINTINGS AND WATER COLORS. 

Shodo Hirata: Tokyo. 

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

1. Voice of Little Birds. 
Yoshine Morimura: Aichi. 

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

2. Festival in Nara. 
Hoko Murakami: Tokyo. 

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

3. Mulberry and Cocoon. 
Tesshu Okajima: Tokyo. 

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

4. Early Summer Day. 
Shunki Tamaya: Kyoto. 

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

5. The Zephyr. 
Keisui Ito: Osaka. 

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

6. Sailing Boats. 
Kashu Kikuchi: Tokyo. 

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

7. Scarlet Leaves. 
Taisei Minakami: Fukuoka. 

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

8. Flowers of Ryukyu. 
Banri Mitsui: Tokyo. 

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

9. Springtime in the Palace Garden. 
Bunto Hayashi: Kyoto. 

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

10. The Woodmen. 
Sesso Okada: Osaka. 

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

11. Morning in Shuri Ryukyu. 

12. Evening in Nawa Harbor, Ryukyu. 
Shoyen Ikeda: Tokyo. 

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

13. Entr'acte. 
Teiun Toyoshima: Osaka. 

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

14. Before the Sunrise. 
Ranshu Dan: Tokyo. 

Awarded Medal of Honor. P. P. 7. E., 1915. 

15. Moving Clouds. 
Toyen Oka: Kyoto. 

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

16. Summer Midday. 
Banyo Shibata: Kyoto. 

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

17. In the Field. 
Kangai Takakura: Kyoto. 

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

18. Spring on the Kamo River, Kyoto. 
Tomoto Kobori: Tokyo. 

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

19. Masatsura Knsunoki Rescuing His 

Foes. 



Kogyo Tsukioka: Tokyo. 

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

20. Horse Fair at Kiso. 
Toho Hirosei Tokyo. 

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

21. Spring Rain. 
Oshu Nishi: Kyoto. 

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

22. Prayer. 
Hosui Okamoto: Kyoto. 

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

23. Twilight. 
Kijiro Ohta: Kyoto. 

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

24. A Nurse. 
Gentaro Koito: Tokyo. 

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

25. A Cloudy Day. 
Banka Maruyama: Tokyo. 

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

20. Saigo Harbor in Oki. 
Hakutei Ishii: Tokyo. 
Awarded Bronse Medal: P. P. T. E., 1915. 

27. A Shower. 
Hisashi Tsuji: Tokyo. 

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

28. Early Autumn. 
Ikunosuke Shirataki: Tokyo. 

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

29. Portrait of Mr. Y. Nomura. 
Kunishiro Mitsutani: Tokyo. 

30. A Fisherman's Home. 
Eisaku Wada: Tokyo. 

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

31. On the Seashore. 
Hiromitsu Nakazawa: Tokyo. 

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

32. Dim Light. 
Katsumi Miyake: Tokyo. 

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

33. Afternoon at Hanecla. 
Hiroshi Yoshida: Tokyo. 

34. Creek. 

Hachiro Nakagawa: Tokyo. 

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

35. Summer Morning in the Inland Sea. 
Morinosuke Yaniamoto: Tokyo. 

36. Seashore. 
Toraji Ishikawa: Tokyo. 

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

37. Grapes. 
Fusetsu Nakamura: Tokyo. 

38. Arhat. 

Takeji Fujishima: Tokyo. 

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

39. Femme Pensive. 
Naohiko Aida: Tokyo. 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 
40. Storehouse on Waterfront. 



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SCULPTURES. 

Choun Yamazaki: Tokyo. 
Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

41. Tribute to a Dead Classmate. 

42. Shiori. 

Unkai Yonehara: Tokyo. 

43. Sower. 
Uzan Shirai: Tokyo. 

44. Gama Sennin; Bronze. 
Homei Yoshida: Tokyo. 

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

45. Filial Son. 

Ichiga Numata and Nobuo Tsuda: Tokyo. 

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

4G. Manzai. 
Ikka Tashima: Tokyo. 

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

47. Goats. 
Homei Yoshida: Tokyo. 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. /.' E., 1915. 

48. A Boy with Mantle. 
Bunshin Yasuda: Tokyo. 

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

49. Young Girl. 
Hodo Tomioka: Tokyo. 

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

50. Rest. 

Homei Yoshida: Tokyo. 
Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E 1915 

51. Old Man and His Pet Rabbit. 
Mitsukasu Sano: Tokyo. 

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

52. The Smokers; Ivory Figures. 
Shokichi Hata: Tokyo. 

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

53. Portrait of Count Okuma. 

54. Hagoromo; Dancing of an Angel. 
Kogan Tobari: Tokyo. 

55. A Woman. 

56. A Woman Juggler. 
Homei Yoshida: Tokyo. 

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

57. A Peasant Woman. 
Osao Watanabe: Tokyo. 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P I E 1915 

58. The Strike. 
Yuhachi Ikeda: Tokyo. 

59. Horse. 
Choshun Matsuo: Tokyo. 

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

60. Watatsumi Girls. 

61. Inspiration. 
Kuniyo Kawakami: Tokyo. 

62. S'pade. 

Seibo Kitamura: Tokyo. 

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

63. Hopeless Love. 
Shigeo Kawasaki: Tokyo. 

64. Deep Water. 
Uichiro Ogura: Tokyo. 

65. Rich Harvest. 
Homei Yoshida: Tokyo. 

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

66. A Chinese Child. 



METAL WORKS. 

Masatada Ohta: Tokyo. 

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

67. Silver Box; Inlaid Work. Design: 

Chrysanthemums. 
Masachika Ohta: Tokyo. 

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

68. Silver Box; Inlaid Work. Design: 

A Tower in Mist. 



Sadajiro Ametani: Tokyo. 
Honorable Mention: P. P. 1. E., 1915. 

69. Copper Relief. Design: God of 

Thunder. 

Shiryu Kawanishi: Tokyo. 
Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

70. Bronze Vase. Design : Carps. 
Mitsunaga Toyokawa: Tokyo. 

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

71. Silver Box; Inlaid Work. Design: 

Cherry Tree and Robes. 
Tatsuoki Nogami: Tokyo. 
Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915-. 

72. Turtles ; Bronze Ornament. 
Ichiyu Miyachi: Tokyo. 

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

73. Damascene Picture. Design : Carps. 
Chozaburo Yamada: Ishikawa. 

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

74. A Devil; Hammered Iron Ornament. 

75. A Puppy; Hammered Iron Ornament. 

LACQUER WARES. 

Hikobei Nishimura: Kyot3. 
Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

76. Small Screen. Design : Willow and 

Storks. 

77. Necktie Box. Design: Maple of 

Ogura. 

78. Lacquer Plaque. Design: Carps. 
Kozan Kato: Tokyo. 

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

79. Shelf. Design: Pine, Bamboo and 

Plum. 

80. Box. Design: Hydrangea. 

81. Box. Design: Waves. 

82. Small Box. Design: Butterfly. 
Jitoku Akadzuka: Tokyo. 

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

83. Box. Design: Water Lily. 
Daijiro Inouye: Tokyo. 

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

84. Box. Design: Peony. 
Tamaro Iwataki: Tokyo. 

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

85. Box. Design: Evergreen. 
Masanori Ogaki: Ishikawa. 

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

86. Letter Box. Design: Snow Scene. 
Kofu Toshima: Kyoto. 

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

87. Paper Box and Writing Box. Tempio 

Design. 
Bokuko Ando: Tokyo. 

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

88. Rooster ; Ornament. 
Hideo Kimura: Kyoto. 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 
80. Box. Design: Oak Leaves. 
90. Tray. Design: Waves. 
Takayasu Sasaki: Tokyo. 
Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

01. Tray. Design: Battle of Yashima. 
Shoka Tsujimura: Tokyo. 

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

02. Cigarette Box. Design: Tree. 

WOOD, LEATHER AND OTHER MEDIA. 

Shinjiro Matsukane: Tokyo. 
Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 
93. Screen: Leather Inlaid. Design: 

Helmet. 

04. Cigarette Box; Leather Inlaid. De- 
sign: Elephant. 
Tatsukichi Fujii: Tokyo. 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 
95. Screen; Carved and Inlaid. Design: 
Tree. 



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Kozan Hosaka: Tokyo. 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. 7. E., 1915. 

96. Paper Knife. Design: Insect. 

97. Paper Knife. Design: Owl. 

98. Paper Knife. Design : Sea Weed. 

99. Paper Knife. Design: Fruits. 

Cho Yui: Tokyo. 
Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. 1. E., 1915. 

100. One Pair of Screens; Wood Inlaid. 

Design: Korin's Plum Blossoms. 

101. Screen; Wood Inlaid. Design: Hoit- 

su's Twelve Months. 

102. Screen; Wood Inlaid. Design: Ok- 

yo's Rooster. 

303. Picture; Wood Inlaid. Design: 
Grape Vine. 

104. Picture; Wood Inlaid. Design: Tur- 

key. 

POTTERY, PORCELAIN AND CLOISONNE. 

Kozan Miyagawa: Kanagawa. 

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

105. Porcelain Vase. Design : Peony. 

106. Porcelain Vase. Design: Landscape. 

107. Porcelain Vase. Design: Landscape. 

108. Incense Burner. Design: Phoenix. 

109. Incense Burner. Design: Pheasant. 

110. Porcelain Vase. Design: Dragon. 

Kazan Itaya: Tokyo. 

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

111. Porcelain Vase. Design: Birds and 

Fruits. 

112. Porcelain Vase. Design: Peacock. 

113. Porcelain Vase. Design : Bamboo 

Leaves. 

Tomotaro Kato: Tokyo. 

Aumrded Gold Medal: P. P. T. E., 1915. 

114. Porcelain Vase. Design: The Fa- 

mous Scenes of Omi. 

115. Crockery Vase. Design : Dragon. 

Eizayemon Fukagawa: Saga. 

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

116. Porcelain Vase. Design: Dragon 

and Clouds. 

117. Porcelain Vase. Design: Dragon 

and Clouds. 

Tokumatsu Takashima: Aichi. 

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

118. Porcelain Vase. Design: Arabesque. 

Yoshitaro Hayakawa: Aichi. 

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

119. Cloisonne Incense Burner. Classic 

Design. 

Juji Ando: Tokyo. 

120. Cloisonne Vase. One pair. Classic 

Design. 

Yoshitaro Hayakawa: Aichi. 

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

121. Cloisonne Vase. One pair. Design: 

Phoenix. 

122. Cloisonne Box. Design : Gold Fish. 

Sosuke Namikawa: Tokyo. 
Awarded Medal of Honor: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

123. Cloisonne Vase. One pair. Design: 

Pomegranate. 

124. Small Cloisonne Screen Design- 

Fish and Wagtail. 
Shibataro Kawade: Aichi. 
Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

125. Cloisonne Vase. One pair. Design : 

Plum Blossoms. 

Shuto Nakamura: Ishikawa. 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. 7. E.. 1915. 

126. Porcelain Vase. Design: Phoenix 

and Plant. 



Sobei Kinkozan: Kyoto. 

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

127. Pottery Vase. Design: Flower and 

Bird. 

128. Pottery Vase. Design: Plant. 

129. Pottery Vase. Design: Phoenix and 

Tree. 

130. Pottery Vase. Design: Flower. 

131. Carved Pottery Vase. Design: 

Scenery. 
Yohei Seifu: Kyoto. 

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

132. Porcelain Vase. Design: Chrysanthe- 

mum. 

133. Porcelain Vase. Design: Cherry. 

134. Carved Porcelain Vase. Design: 

Chrysanthemum. 

135. Porcelain Incense Burner with Silver 

Cover. Design: Four Saints. 

136. Carved Porcelain Vase. Design: 

Hydrangea. 
Rokubei Shimizu: Kyoto. 

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

137. Pottery Vase. Design: Flower. 
Meizan Yabu: Osaka. 

Azvarded Gold Medal: P. P. T. E., 1915. 

138. Pottery Bowl. Design : Peony. 

139. Pottery Bowl. Design: Procession 

of Daimio. 

140. Pottery Vase. Design: Cherry. 

141. Pottery Incense Box. Design : Bam- 

boo. 

142. Pottery Incense Box. Design: Phoe- 

nix and Paulownia. 

143. Pottery Incense Box. Design: Trees. 
Tozan Ito: Kyoto. 

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

144. Pottery Vase. Design: Plant. 

DYED FABRICS AND EMBROIDERIES. 

Seizaburo Kajimoto: Kyoto. 

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

145. Silk Embroidered Screen. Design: 

Ocean Waves. 
Takezo Okawa: Kyoto. 
Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

146. Silk Embroidered Screen. Design: 

Iris and Heron. 
Gizo Shibata: Kyoto. 
Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

147. Silk Embroidered Screen. Design: 

Sea Gulls. 
Roko Sakakibara and Matsukiclii Asada: 

Kyoto. 
Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. T. E., 1915. 

148. Cut Velvet Picture. Design: Autumn 

Scene. 

Jinbei Kawashima: Kyoto. 
Awarded Grand Prize: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

149. Costume for "No" Dance. 

150. Tarjestrv. Hand-Woven Brocade. De- 

sign : Flowers. 

Yozo Nagara and Kiyoshi Hashio: Kyoto. 
Awnrded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

151. Silk Embroidered Screen. Design: 

Lion and Lioness. 
Chokurei Hamamura: Kyoto. 

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

152. Wall Hanging; Cut Velvet. Design: 

Mount Fuji. 

Goun Namikawa and Torakichi Narita: Ky- 
oto. 
Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

153. Silk Embroidered Screen. Design: 

Pheasant. 

Senrei Ichiki and Yonezo Kitani: Kyoto. 
A^'nrded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

154. Silk Embroidered Screen. Design: 

Crane and Pine. 



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Saiji Kobayashi: Kyoto. 

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

155. Silk Embroidered Screen. Design: 

Reed and Wild Ducks. 
Seifu Tsuda: Tokyo. 
Honorable Mention: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

156. Linen Embroidered Cushions. One 

pair. Design: Carnation. 

FEINTS. 
Yetsutaro Yoshida: Tokyo. 

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

157. Kakemono; Wood Block Print. De- 

sign: Persimmon and Net (after 
Seitei Watanabe). 
Shiro Makino: Tokyo. 
Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

158. Boat in Snow. 
Bonkotsu Igami: Tokyo. 

159. View of Madrid (after Hakutei 

Ishii). 

160. Ground in Yushima Shrine, Tokyo. 

(after Hakutei Ishii). 
Naosaburo Yamada: Kyoto. 

161. Horse (after Seiho Takeuchi). 

DESIGNS. 
Koho Goto: Tokyo. 

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

162. Design for Screen. 
Takezo Hayashi: Tokyo. 

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

163. Design for Dishes. 
Sadakichi Jnnicho: Toyama. 

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

164. Design for Shelf. Tempio Style. 

165. Design for Cake Dishes. Monkey, 

Bird and Plants. 
Motokichi Terada: Tokyo. 

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

166. Design for Vase. Tempio Style. 
Kakuyei Abe: Tokyo. 

167. Design for Fire Screen. 
Kojiro Ibuki: Kyoto. 

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

168. Design for Dishes. Pine Trees. 
Seiichiro Sawada: Kyoto. 

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

169. Design for Vases. Cherry and Citron 

Trees. 

RETROSPECTIVE WORKS. 

PAINTINGS. 
Gyokusho Kawabata: (1838-1912). 

170. Group of Monkeys (Kakemono). 

Lent by the Imperial Household. 
Mitate Kawabe. 

171. Battle Scene of Yoshiaki Nitta (Ka- 

kemono.) 

Lent by the Imperial Household. 
Yukoku Noguchi: (1825-1898). 

172. Pine Tree (Kakemono). 

Lent by the Imperial Household. 
Chokunyu Tanomura. 

173. Landscape (Kakemono). 

Lent by the Imperial Household. 
Kwampo Araki: (1831-1915). 

174. Peacock (Kakemono). 

Lent by the Imperial Household. 
Motonobu Kano: (1476-1559). 

175. Buddha, Flowers and Birds (Kake- 

mono, three in set). 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 

Tokyo. 
Nichokuan Soga: (about 1600). 

176. Hawk: Screen. 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 
Tokyo. 



Sotatsu Tawaraya: (about 1630). 

177. Bamboo and Plum (Kakemono: a 

pair). 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 
Tokyo. 

Kaihoku Yusetsu (about 1630). 

178. Landscape: (Kakemono: a pair). 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 
Tokyo. 

Mitsunari Tosa: (1646-1710). Mitsuoki Tosa: 
(1617-1691). 

179. Quails (Kakemono). 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 

Tokyo. 
Tsunenobu Kano: (1636-1713). 

180. Dragon (Kakemono). 

Lent by the Imperial Miiseum of 

Tokyo. 
Gantai: (1784-1865). 

181. Reed and Ducks. 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 

Tokyo. 
Gaho Hashimoto: (1835-1908). 

182. Cat in Bamboo Thicket. 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 

Tokyo. 
Inen Kitagawa: (about 1630). 

183. Flowers Screen. 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 

Tokyo. 
Matabei Iwasa: (1578-1650). 

184. Court Lady: Screen. 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 

Tokyo. 
Moronobu Hishikawa: (1638-1714). 

185. Woman (Kakemono). 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 

Tokyo. 
Masanobu Okumura: (1690-1768). 

186. Mountain House of Ogura (Kake- 

mono). 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 

Tokyo. 
Kaigetsudo: (about 1710). 

187. Ukiyoye. 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 

Tokyo. 
Katsunofu Eaiyuken: (about 1710). 

188. Ukiyoye. 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 

Tokyo. 
Anchi Choyodo: (about 1710). 

189. Ukiyoye. 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 

Tokyo. 
Unknown: (Nara Period, 708-781). 

190. Kichijoten (Copy: The original is at 

Yakushiji). 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 

Tokyo. 
Unknown: (985-1068). 

191. Resurrection of Buddha. (Copy: The 

original is at Chohoji). 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 

Tokyo. 
Sesshu: (1420-1506). 

192. Scenes of Four Seasons. (Copy). 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 
Tokyo. 

Shubun: (about 1400). 

103. Landscape Screen. (Copy). 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 

Tokyo. 
Koho Honami: (about 1680). 

194. Wistaria. Peony, Maple. (Copy: 
Three in set). 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 
Tokyo. 



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Okyo Maruyama: (1733-1795). 

195. Hozu River Screen. (Copy). 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 
Tokyo. 

Eitoku Kano: (1543-1590). 

196. Pine and Eagle (Screen: a pair). 

Lent by the Tokyo Fine Art School. 

Toko Kuroda: (about 1800). 

197. Group of Carps. (Screen: a pair). 

Lent by the Tokyo Fine Art School. 



Season: (1420-1506). 

198. Tiger and Bamboo. 

Lent by the Tokyo Fine Art School. 

Tannyu Kano: (1602-1674). 

199. Birds. 

Lent by the Tokyo Fine Art School. 

Okyo Maruyama: (1733-1795). 

200. Bamboo and Rooster. 

Lent by the Tokyo Fine Art School. 

Shunsho Katsukara: (1726-1792). 

201. A Woman. 

Lent by the Tokyo Fine Art School. 

Shohaku Soga: (1729-1783). 

202. A Ghost under Willow Screen. 

Lent by the Tokyo Fine Art School. 

Tsunenobu Kano: (1636-1713). 

203. White Hawk. 

Lent by the Tokyo Fine Art School. 

Kagei Tatebayashi: (about 1750). 

204. Flowers. 

Lent by the Tokyo Fine Art School. 

Sansetsu Kano: (1688-1751). 

205. Scenery Screen. (A pair.) 

Lent by Viscount Kencho Suye- 
matsu. 

Toyeki: (about 1620). 

206. Scenery Screen. (A pair.) 

Lent by Viscount Kentaro Ka- 
neko. 

Jakutihu Ito (1715-1800). 

207. Pine and Peacock. (Copy.) , 

Lent by Jimbei Kawashima. 

208. A Group of Insects. (Copy.) 

Lent by Jimbei Kawashima. 

209. Flower of Lotus. (Copy.) 

Lent by Jimbei Kawashima. 

210. A Group of Shells. (Copy.) 

Lent by Jimbei Kawashima. 

211. A Group of Fishes. (Copy.) 

Lent by Jimbei Kawashima. 

212. Mandarin Ducks. (Copy.) 

Lent by Jimbei Kawashima. 

213. A Group of Roosters. (Copy.) 

Lent by Jimbei Kawashima. 

214. Pine and Phoenix. (Copy.) 

Lent by Jimbei Kawashima. 

SCULPTURES. 

Toin Morikawa. 

216. Ornament: Kanjiogaku: Wood. 

Lent by the Imperial Household. 

217. Tentoki: Wooden Lantern by Koben. 

(Copy.) 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 
Tokyo. 

218. Ryutoki: Wooden Lantern by Koben. 

(Copy.) 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 
Tokyo. 

219. Three Gigaku. Masks. 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 
Tokyo. 

220. Three "No" Drama Masks. 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 
Tokyo. 



METAL WORKS. 

Shukyo Tsukada. 

221. Silver Vase. Design: Horai Moun- 

tain. 

Lent by the Imperial Household. 
Ichiga Numada and Komakichi Hiratsuka. 

222. Bronze Ornament: Fighting Soldier. 

Lent by the Imperial Household. 
Bisei Unno. 

223. Silver Ornament: A Mountain Archer. 

Lent by the Imperial Household. 
Eisho Kurokawa and Icliiya Sekignchi. 

224. Incense Burner. 

Lent by the Imperial Household. 
Katsuyoshi Shoami. 

225. Incense Box. Design of Bamboo, Pine, 

Plum. (Metal.) 

Lent by the Imperial Household. 
Yukiyasu Naminohira. 

226. Sword. 

Lent by the Imperial Household. 
Yoshihiro Sagaminokuni. 

227. Short Sword. 

Lent by the Imperial Household. 

LACQUER. 

Artist Unknown. 

228. Stand: (Tsuishu Carved Red Lac- 

quer. ) 

Lent by the Imperial Household. 
Artist Unknown. 

229. Writing Box: Design of Chrysanthe- 

mum and Iris. 

Lent by the Imperial Household. 
Artist Unknown. 

230. Hand Box called "Katawaguruma." 

(Copy.) 
Lent by the Imperial Museum of 

Tokyo. 
Artist Unknown. 

231. Paper Box: Design of Hedge and 

Chrysanthemum. 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 

Tokyo. 
Artist Unknown. 

232. Writing Box: Design, Deer and Au- 

tumn Grass. 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 

Tokyo. 
Artist Unknown. 

233. Writing Box: Design, Cherry. 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 

Tokyo. 
Artist Unknown. 

234. Sutra Case Enryakuji. (Copy.) 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 

Tokyo. 
Artist Unknown. 

235. Rosary Box Ninnaji. (Copy.) 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 

Tokyo. 
Artist Unknown. 

236. Table.: Design of Plant. Todaiji. 

(Copy.) 
Lent by the Imperial Museum of 

Tokyo. 
Artist Unknown. 

237. Saddle: Design of Dancing and 

Music. 

Lent by the Imperial Museum of 

Tokyo. 
Various Artists. 

238. Forty-five Inros: Medicine Cases. 

Lent by Baron Morimasa Takei. 
A Medicine Cases. 
B Two Inro Cases. 
C Two Inro Stands. 



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WOOD WORKS. 

239. Cabinet (Mulberry Tree) with the 

following contents and accessories. 

Lent by the Imperial Household. 

A 1 Album of Paintings. 

B 1 Carved Ivory Paper-Weight: 
(Deer) by Komei Ishikawa. 

C 2 Ornaments: Wooden figures, 
colored, by Koun Takamura and 
Kiuichi Takeuchi. 

D 1 Incense Burner, Cherry De- 
sign, by Yohei Seifu. 

E 1 Incense Box, Cloisonne, But- 
terfly Design, by Sosuke Nami- 
kawa. 

F 1 Incense Tray, Lacquer, by 
Icho Kawanobe. 

G 3 Seals, Copper, by Chokichi 
Suzuki and Keisho Nakai. 

H 1 Seal Cabinet, Silver Inlaid, 
Peony Design, by Shomin Unno. 

I 1 Ink Box, Dragon Design, by 
Kozan Miyagawa. 

J 1 Writing Box, Pine and Waves, 
Inlaid Birds, by Shosai Shir- 
ayuma and Katsuhiro Kagawa. 

K 2 Knives decorated with Cloi- 
sonne, by Seishi Namikawa. 



CLOISONNE AND POECELAIN. 



Eyuzan Ishino. 

240. Porcelain Vase: 
Fish. 

Lent by the 



Decoration, Pine and 
Imperial Household. 



Toji Kato. 

241. Porcelain Vase : Decoration, Pine and 

Rising Sun. 
Lent by the 

242. Porcelain Vase: 

Lent by the 

Juji Ando. 

243. Cloisonne Vase: 

Chickens. 
Lent by the 



Imperial Household. 

Decoration, Corn. 
Imperial Household. 



A pair : Decoration, 
Imperial Household. 



EMBROIDERIES AND DYED FABRICS. 

Artist Unknown. 

244. Lent by Marquis Toshinari Mayeda. 
A set of "No" Dancing Costume, 
consisting of: 
A 1 Kara-Ori. 
B 1 Atsuita Kimono. 
C 1 Nuihaku. 
D 1 Happi. 
E 1 Hankire. 



FRENCH SECTION 



ALBERT TIRMAN 

Commissioner General. 

JEAN GUIFFREY 

Commissioner of Fine Arts. 



GALLERIES ELEVEN TO EIGHTEEN. 

Adan, Louis-mile. 

230. Holy Family. 
Adler, Jules. 

231. Christmas in the Faubourg. 

Agache, Alfred Pierre. 

232. The Sword. 

Agutte, Georgette. 

233. My Garden in Spring: From the 

Studio. 

234. Lake Campfer: Winter. 

Aman-Jean, Edmond. 

235. Woman with a Carnation. 

236. Portrait of a Woman. 

Andre, Albert. 

237. Tulips and Iris. 

238. The Old Castle. 

Auburtin, J. Francis. 
238A. The Swan. 

239. Landscape. 

Avy, Joseph Marius. 

240. The Last Pin. 

241. Fruit. 

Bail, Franck-Antoine. 

242. The Kitchens: Chateau de Fleury-en- 

Bierre. 
Balande, Gaston. 

243. The Greased Pole. 
Baschet, Marcel. 

244. Portrait of Miss W. 



Baude, Francois-Charles. 

245. Communicants : Flanders. 
Baudoiiin, Paul. 

246. Ivy. 
Baugnies, Jacques. 

247. The Mantelpiece. 
Beaumont, Hugues de. 

248. Gallery of the Henri Cain Collection. 

249. Corner of the Room : Jacques Dou- 

cet Collection. 
B6raud, Jean. 

250. The Widower. 
Berges, Georges. 

251. Parrots. 
Berteaux, Hippolyte. 

252. Goats Waiting to Be Milked. 

253. The Wild Coast. 
Besnard, Albert. 

254. Woman Sleeping. 

255. The Gypsy. 
Blanche, Jacques-fimile. 

256. Madame Ida Rubinstein as Sheher- 

azade. 

257. Nijinski in the Ballet: The Feast. 
Bompard, Maurice. 

258. Persian Pottery. 
Bonnard, Pierre. 

259. Dining Room in the Country. 
Bonneton, German-Eugene. 

260. Tanneries on the Banks of the 

BiSvre. 
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Boulard, Einile. 

202. The Hay Stacks. 

Boutet de Monvel, Bernard. 

203. The Village. 

264. The Little Town. 

Braquaval, Louis. 

265. The Bay of the Somme. 

266. The Stairway at Saint-Tropez. 

Brissaud, Jacques. 

267. Portrait. 

268. The Institute. 

269. Horse Market. 

270. Before the Mirror. 
Broca, Alexis de. 

271. The Island of Arz: Brittany. 

Brouillet, Andre. 

272. Among the Dunes. 

273. House of the Painter. 
Buffet, Paul. 

274. Plain: Evening. 
Calbet, Antouin. 

275. Reading. 
Calmette, Pierre-Paul. 

276. The Boudoir. 
Camoin, Charles. 

277. Beach at Tangier. 
Canniccioni, Leon-Charles. 

278. Departure for the Fair: Corsican 

Peasants. 

Caro-Delvaille, Henri. 
270. September. 

280. The Lady with the Hydrangea. 
Carpentier, Marie-Paule. 

281. Interior: Salon de la Paix: Ver- 

sailles. 

282. Fountain: Combat of Animals: Ver- 

sailles. 
Carrera, Augustin. 

283. The Flags. 
Carrier Belleuse, Pierre. 

284. The Ballet Slipper. 
C artier, Karl. 

285. Evening: Moret-sur-Loing. 
Cave. Jules-Cyrille. 

286. Saint Cecilia in the Catacombs. 
Cayrou, Jules. 

287. Salon of the Chateau. 

288. The Green Turban. 
Cazin, Marie. 

289. Diana Asleep. 
Chabas, Maurice. 

290. In Brittany. 
Chapuy, Andre. 

291. Banks of the Marne. 
Chigot, Eugene. 

292. Grand Trianon. 
Clairin, Georges. 

293. Moroccan Women. 
Collin, Raphael. 

294. Nonchalance. 
Cosson, Marcel. 

295. The Salute. 

296. Dancers. 

297. The Cathedral: Segovia. 

298. Seated Woman. 
Crespel, Berthe. 

299. The Basket of Dahlias. 
Debadie, Henri. 

300. Summer: Bouzareah: Algeria. 

301. The S'traits of Ferlez: Brehat, Brit- 

tany. 
Darrieux, Charles-Rene". 

302. Religious Festival: Douarnenez: 

Brittany. 



Dauchez, Andre. 

303. The Walled Town: Concarneau. 

304. Le Pouldu: Finistere. 
David-Nillet, Germain. 

3t)5. Notre Dame. 

306. Interior: Church of Saint-Maclou. 

Dayot, Magdeleine. 

307. Still Life. 
DSchenaud, Adolphe. 

308. Portrait of My Father. 

309. Portrait of the late Dujardin-Beau- 

metz. 
Degas, Edgar Hilaire. 

310. Cafe Concert. 
Delachaux, Leon. 

311. The Convalescent. 
Delasalle, Angele. 

312. The Bois de Boulogne. 
Denis, Maurice. 

313. Renaud and Armide. 

314. Communicants. 
314A. Bathers. 
314B. Nausicaa. 
314C. Ball Game. 
314D. Ball Game. 
314E. The Shore. 
314F. The Cart. 

Desch, Th6o-Auguste. 

315. The Child in Ohinoline. 
Desvallieres, Georges. 

316. Sacred Heart. 
Dethomas, Maxime-Pierre. 

317. Yvonne. 

318. Jeanne. 
Devambez Andre. 

319. The Assault. 
Devoux, Raymond-Georges. 

320. Farewell. 
Didier-Tourne, Jean-Emile. 

321. War. 
Dinet, Etienne. 

322. Slave of Love and Light of Eyes. 
Doigneau, Edouard. 

323. The Guardian of C'amargue. 
Domergue, Jean-Gabriel. 

324. The Frog or the Interrupted Toilette. 

325. Gina Mabille, Dancer. 
Dubourg, Fantin Latour. 

326. Bouquet. 
Dafau, Clementine-Helene. 

327. The Woman with the Coffer. 
Dufr6noy, Georges. 

328. Still Life. 

329. Parodi Fountain: Genoa. 
Dupuy, Paul-Michel. 

330. Camping Nomads: Alicante. 
Durenne, Eugene-Antoine. 

331. Breakfast in the Garden. 

332. Child: Writing. 
Duvent, Charles. 

333'. Boats on the Giudecca Canal: 

Venice. 
Estienne, Henry d'. 

334. Arab Girl Carrying Bread. 
Etcheverry, Hubert-Denis. 

335. Corner of the Market Place: Gran- 

ada. 

336. Portrait of L6on Bbnnat. 
Faivre, Jules Abel. 

337. Parisian Woman. 

338. Girl with a Hat. 
Farre, Henry. 

339. Portrait of My Mother. 
Faugeron, Adolphe. 

3'40. Night : Venice. 



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Filliard, Ernest. 

342. Dahlias. 

343. Red Roses. 
Flameng, Francois. 

,"44. Venetian Fete: 

345. Portrait: Madame Letellier. 

346. Paris: Panoramic : View from the 

Trocadero. 

347. Venice. 
Fontaines, Andre Des. 

348. Pasture. 
Foreau, Henri. 

349. In the Village: Burial of a French 

Soldier. 
Fougerousse, Jean-Louis. 

350. Marionettes: The Crime. 
Fouqueray, Charles. 

351. The Invincible Armada. 

Galtier-Boissiere, Louise. 

352. Musical Instruments. 

Gardier. Rauol Du. 

353. Summer Morning. 

Georget, Henri. 

354. Morning in Provence, 

Gillot, E. Louis. 

355. Notre Dame. 

356. Boulevard des Italiens. 

Girardot, Louis-Auguste. 

357. Moroccan Women on the Terraces: 

Tangier. 

Godeby, Charles. 

3'58. Autumn Sunlight : Doarnenez. 
Gosselin, Albert. 

359. The Bridge: Hulay. 
Gourdault, Pierre. 

360. An Arab Woman Warming Herself. 
Griveau, Georges. 

361. Women Bathing, . 

362. A Profaned Church. 
Griveau, Lucien. 

363. Cows by the Pool: End of Septem- 

ber. 

364. The Silver Thread: The Marne. 
Grosjean, Henry. 

365. The Bottoms: Valrorney. 
Grtin, Jules. 

366. Girl with a Glass of Water. 
Guerin, Charles. 

367. Man with Gourd. 

368. Silver Cups. 
Gnignard, Gaston. 

369. Calvary Manoeuvres. 
Guillaume, Albert. 

370. Patter. 

371. At Drill. 
Gmllaume-Roger. 

372. Winter in Holland. 
Guillaumin, Armand. 

373. Banks of the Creuse. 
Guillemet, Antoine. 

374. Moonrise. 

375. The Old Mills: Moret. 
Guillonnet, Octave. 

376. The Peacock Fountain. 

377. The Rose Quilt. 
Guirand de Sc6vola, L. Victor. 

378. Marble Vases: Versailles. 
Gumery, Adolphe-Ernest. 

379. The Coach and the Fly. 

380. The Infanta's Rose. 
Hanicotte, Augustin. 

381. Winter: Low Country. 
Helleu, Paul. 

382. The Cathedral: Rheims. 



Hoffbauer, Charles. 

383. Madison Square: New York. 

Humbert, Ferdinand. 

384. Portrait : Madame Hatto. 

Jacquier, Henry. 

385. Watching. 

Jaulmes, Gustave-E. 

386. Intimacy. 
Jeanniot, Pierre-Georges. 

387. Alone. 

388. High Tide: Return of the Fishermen. 

Jourdain, Francis. 

389. Verdure. 

Jouve, Paul. 

390. Study: Camel. 

391. Study: Camel. 
Karpeles, Andree. 

392. Faker of the Jungle. 
Lamy, P. Franc. 

393. Venice : Morning. 
Laparra, William. 

394. Grace. 
Laprade, Pierre. 

395. Still Life. 
La Touche, Gaston. 

396. Hallali. 

397. Summer Night. 
Laurens, Jean-Paul. 

398. Near the Tombs. 
Laurens, Paul-Albert. 

399. Sport in a Park. 
Laurent, Ernest-Joseph. 

400. Portrait: Mile. X. 
Lavalley, Louis. 

401. Portrait. 
Lavrut, Louise. 

402. Portrait: Senator Borne. 
Lebasque, Henri. 

403. Little Girls at the Water's Edge. 

404. Interior: Girl Reading. 
Lebourg, Albert. 

405. Banks of the Seine. 
Le Gout-Gerard, Fernand. 

406. Religious Festival of Saint Anne de 

La Palud. 
Lemordant, Jean-Julien. 

407. Sunday in Brittany. 

408. Une Bigoudene. 

409. In the Wind. 

410. A Breton Woman. 
Lepape, Georges. 

411. The Rattle. 

412. My Portrait. 

413. Farandole. 
Lepine, Joseph. 

414. Village on the River: Argentat sur 

la Dordogne. 
Lerolle, Henri. 

415. Rose Morning. 
Leroux, Georges-Paul. 

416. The Lake. 

417. Parterre: Luxembourg. 
Le Sidaner, Henri-Eugene. 

418. The Harbor: Landerneau. 

419. The Table. 
Lobre, Maurice. 

420. Library of the King: Versailles. 
Luce, Maximilien. 

421. Unloading on the Quai : Auteuil. 
Madeline, Paul. 

422. Breton River. 

423. Genetin Mill: Autumn. 
Maillart, Diogene. 

424. Domesticity. 



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Maillaud, Fernand. 

425. Autumn Landscape: Valle Noire. 
Manguin, Henri. 

426. Girl with Red Slippers. 

427. Landscape: Cassis-sur-Mer. 
Marcel-BSronneau, Pierre. 

428. Nude. 

Marcel-C16ment, Am6d6e-Julien. 

429. Cattle under the Pines. 

Marquet, Albert. 

430. Harbor: Rotterdam. 

431. Harbor: Rotterdam. 

Martin, Henri-Jean-Guillaume. 

432. Lovers. 

433. My Portrait. 
Martin, Jacques. 

434. Peonies. 

435. Dahlias. 

Marvel, Jacqueline-Marie. 

436. Poppies. 

437. Bouquet. 

Matisse, Auguste. 

438. The Sea. 

Maufra, Maxime. 

439. Palms: Sahara. 

Maury, Georges-Sauveur. 

440. Shell-fish. 
Maxence, Edgard. 

441. Meditation. 
M6heut, Mathurin. 

442. The Sandy Shore. 

443. After the Storm. 
Menard, Emile-Rene. 

444. Bucolic. 

445. Opal Sea. 
Mercie, Antonin. 

446. The Awakening. 

447. Young Parisian Girl. 
Mercie, Fernand-Antonin. 

448. La Ballade: Toulouse: Moonrise. 
Merson, Luc-Olivier. 

449. The Hunter and the Spring. 

450. Evensong. 
Milcendeau, Charles. 

451. Washerwoman on the Marne. 
Monet, Claude. 

452. Vetheuil. 
Mo ride, Jeanne. 

453. The Coiffure. 
Morisset, Henri. 

454. At the Window. 

455. Afternoon: Summer. 
Nam. Jaccmes. 

456. The Meeting. 
Nau'din, Bernard. 

457. The Barricade. 

458. The Song of Death. 

Lent by Madame Ed. Leon. 
Neumont, Maurice. 

459. Landscape. 
Nozal, Alexandre. 

460. Heavy Clouds: The Pool of St. Quen- 

tin. 

461. Trappes. Versailles. 
Olivier, Ferdinand. 

462. The Antique Mirror. 
Ottmann, Henry. 

463. Still Life : The Bouquet. 

464. The Woman with the Geranium. 
Pascau, J.-P.-P.-Eugene. 

465. Portrait of Madame Edmond Ros- 

tand. 
Pierre, Gustavo. 

466. The Promenade. 



Piot, Ren6. 

467. Saint Sebastian. 

468. Flowers. 

469. Drawing for a Fresco. 

470. The Forum. 
Pointelin, Auguste-Emmanuel. 

471. A Hillside in the -Turn. 
Prinet, Ren6-Xavier. 

472. Portraits of the Saglio Family. 
Puy, Jean. 

473. Beach : Concarneau. 
R6alier-Dumas, Maurice. 

474. Roman Wall: Seville. 
Redon, Odilon. 

475. Flowers. 
Renard, mile. 

476. Evening. 
Renaudot, Paul. 

477. The Red Coat. 

478. The Red Peignoir. 
Renoir, Pierre-Auguste. 

479. A Garden: Rue Cortot. 
Renouard, Paul. 

480. Study: Dance. 
Roll, Alfred-Philippe. 

481. Day in Summer. 

482. Fighting Horses. 

483. In Belgium. 

484. Woman and Child. 
Roussel, Kern-Xavier. 

485. Eurydice Stung by the Serpent. 

486. Idyl. 
Royer, Henri-Paul. 

487. Prayer to Saint Tugen. 

488. Meditation. 
Sabatte, J. G. Fernand. 

489. After Prayers. 
Saubes, Daniel. 

490. Viaticum. 
Signac, Paul. 

491. Venice: Sails. 

492. Rochelle: The Channel. 
Simon, Lucien. 

493. The Bath. 

494. The Communicants. 

495. The Gondola. 
Simon, Jeanne Lucien. 

496. Saint Tranquilline. 
Smith, Alfred. 

497. The Creuse in Winter. 

498. Creuse: Winter Sunlight. 
Souillot, Georges-Francois. 

499. The Festival of Pallio : Sienna. 
Steck, Paul. 

500. Bruges: The Green Quai. 

501. Bruges: Quai des Menetriers. 
Sunn. Edmond. 

502. The Cup of Tea. 

503. Still Life. 
Sureda, Andre. 

504. Moroccans at the Cemetery. 

505. Old Arab Woman. 

506. The Aged Jew. 
Terraire, Clovie-Fr6d6ric. 

507. The Shower. 
ThSvenet, Francois. 

508. Dressing: Little "Rats" of th<- 

Opera. 
Tirman, Jeanne-Henriette. 

509. The Little Girl of Ardennes. 
Truchet, Abel. 

510. Venice: Fete at the House of the 

Marquise. 
Valloton, Felix. 

511. Reading. 

512. The Painters. 



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Valtat, Louis. 

513. Landscape: Banyuls. 
Vauthrin, Ernest-Germain. 

514. Mill: Holland. 
Veber, Jean. 

515. The Little Princess. 

Vogel, Hermann. 

516. The Man on the Beach. 

517. Fairy Tales. 
Vuillard, fidouard. 

518. Woman under the Trees. 
Wilder, Andre. 

519. Notre Dame. 
Willette, Leon-Adolphe. 

520. That is War. 

521. Death Conquered. 

Zingg, Jules-fimile. 

522. The Mill at Raynan: Winter. 

523. Plain of the Jura: Winter. 

524. Chateau of Belvoir. 

525. Valley: Snow Scene. 
Zo, Henri. 

52G. The Patio. 

PRINTS: ETCHINGS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 

Beaufrere, Adolph-Marie. 

527. The Farm. 

528. Cemetery of El Ketar. 

Bejot, Eugene. 

529. Le pont Sully. 

530. Rouen. 

531. Harbor: Saint Bernard. 

Beltrand, Jacques. 

532. Shed with Deer. 

533. Landscape with Rabbits. 

Beurdeley, Jacques-Pierre-Victor. 

534. Landscapes. 

Boutet de Monvel, Bernard. 
53'5. The Park. 

536. Return from the Market. 
Bremond, Jean-Louis. 

537. The Cloud. 

538. Under the Pines: Cliffs at Caux. 
Broquelet, Alfred-Jean-Marie. 

539. The Pool: after Corot. 
Brunet-Debaines, Louis Alfred. 

540. The Ponds Ville d'Avray: after 

Corot. 
Busiere, Louis. 

541. The Madonna of Saint Jerome: after 

Correggio. 
Cazin, Michel. 

542. Study. 
Ch6ret, Jules. 

543. Dancing Girl. 
Colin, Paul-Emile. 

544. Metz: the Cathedral and the Moselle. 

545. Village of Desseling: Lorraine. 
Cottet, Charles. 

546. St. John's Fires. 
Dagnan-Bouveret, Pascal- Adolphe-Jean. 

547. Head of Ouled-Nail. 
Dallemagne, Aime-Edmond. 

548. Rue Malpalu: Rouen. 
Dauchez, Andre. 

549. Behind the Dunes. 

550. Palud Road. 

551. Chapel of Saint Guido. 
Delteil, Loys. 

552. Portrait of Bracquemond. 

553. Portrait of Paul Renouard. 
Dezarrois, AntMne-Franc.ois. 

554. Breton Women at a Pardon. 



Dinet, tienne. 

555. Arabian Children. 

556. The Bath. 
Forain, Jean-Louis. 

557. The Good Samaritan. 

558. The Suspect and the Child. 
Gardier, Rauol du. 

559. Dancing Faun. 
Girardot, Louis-Auguste. 

560. Nomad Woman and Her Children: 

Morocco. 

561. Moroccan. 
Gasman, Pierre. 

562. Three Wood Engravings. 

Hallo, Charles-Jean. 

563. Ironclad in Action. 

564. Behind the Scenes at the Opera. 
Helleu, Paul. 

565. Woman's Head. 
Heyman, Charles. 

566. Rue Saint-Medard. 
Huard, Charles. 

567. Corner of the Hai'bor. 
Huvey, Louis. 

568. Weeping Nymph: after J. J. Henner. 

Jeanniot, Georges. 

569. Tramway. 
Jouvet-Magron, Dominique. 

570. The Ironclad. 
Laguillermie, Frederic-Auguste. 

571. September Morning: after Chabas. 

572. The Marriage of Cana : after Veron- 

ese. 
Latenay, Gaston de. 

573. Souvenirs of d'Ermenonville. 

574. The Pool. 
Lear d re, Charles Lucien. 

575. The Woman in Black. 
Lefort, Henri. 

576. Portrait of Washington. 
Legrand, Louis. 

577. Leader of the Ballet. 
Leheutre, Gustave. 

578. The Flood Gate: New Canal at 

Troyes. 

579. The Huts: St. Andre. 
Le Meilleur, Georges. 

580. Cathedral: Rouen. 

581. The Road: Frequienne. 
Leon. douard-Henri. 

582. Four Views of Paris. 

583. Pieta. 
Lunois, Alexandre. 

584. Moroccan Dancing Girls. 

585. Spanish Dance. 

586. Basque Tamborine. 

587. Spanish Dancing Girl. 
Naudin, Bernard. 

588. Placing the Cross. 

589. The Van. 
Neumont, Maurice. 

590. Woman with Cherries. 
Ouvre, Achille. 

591. Portrait of J. H. Rosny, the Elder. 

592. Young Girl: after Francesco Gran- 

nacci. 
Patricot, Jean. 

593. The Procession of the Magi. 
Profit, Georges. 

594. Portrait of Madame Pompadour : 

after Boucher. 

595. Group of Lions. 
Raffaelli, Jean-Francois. 

596. The Little Street. 

597. The Pond. 



FRENCH SECTION 



1!) 



Redon, Odilon. 

598. Pegasus Captured. 
Renouard, Paul. 

599. The Spinning Top. 

600. Meeting. 

601. Woodland Horses. 
Riviere, Henri. 

602. Burial at Trestraou: Brittany. 

603. Maritime Village: Brittany. 
Roche, Pierre. 

604. Daughters of the Sea. 

605. Greeting and Thanks. 
Sulpis, fimile-Jean. 

606. The Coronation: after David. 
Triffoulet, Eugene. 

607. A Sad Procession. 
V6ber, Jean. 

608. Gold. 
Waltner, Charles-Albert. 

609. Saint Matthew. 
Willette, L6on-Adolphe. 

610. Christ at the Pillar. 

SCULPTURE. 

Arnold, Henry. 

611. Head of a Young Girl. 
Aube, Jean Paul. 

612. Leda. 
Bacaue", Daniel. 

613. Head of a Woman. 
Bareau, Georges. 

614. The Sower. 
Bartholome, Albert. 

615. Young Girl Dressing. 
Bernard, Joseph. 

616. Young Girl with Water-Jar. 
Bloch, Armand-Lucien. 

617. Dr. E. Roux: Director Pasteur In- 

stitute: Paris. 
Blondat, Max. 

618. Love Sleeps. 

619. Youth. 
Bouchard. Louis-Henri. 

620. Portrait of the Artist, Henri Martin. 
Boucher, Alfred. 

621. The Dream. 
Bourdelle. mile. 

622. Beethoven. 
Carles, Antonin. 

623. Field Flower. 
Cazin, Marie. 

624. Portrait of J. C. Cazin. 
Charmoy, Jos6 De. 

625. Head of a Monk. 

626. Silenus. 
Clad el. Marius L. 

627. Bust of the Belgian Poet, Emile 

Verhaeren. 
Cordier, Henri. 

628. Nymph. 
David, Pernand. 

629. The Dawn 

630. The Violinist. 
Dejean, Louis. 

631. Parisian Woman. 
Derre". fimile. 

632. Lamennais. 
Desuiau, Charles. 

633. Little Moorland Girl. 
Dubois, Ernest. 

63'4. The Pardon. 
Fix-Masseau. 

635. Reflection. 



Gardet, Georges. 

636. Sleeping Tiger. 
Gras, Jean Pierre. 

637. Bust of Negro Woman. 
Greber, Henri. 

638. The Glorious Sword. 
Halou, Alfred. 

639. Venus Unveiling. 

640. Infant Saint John. 
Hannaux, Emmanuel. 

641. Fragonard as a Young Man. 

Houssin, fidouard. 

642. Tears. 
Jean-Boucher. 

643. Fra Angelico. 

644. Victor Hugo. 
Lafleur, Abel. 

645. Medals and Plaques. 

Lambert, Gustave. 

646. Intaglios. 
Lamourdedieu, Raoul. 

647. Diana. 
Landowski, Paul-Maximilien. 

648. David Fighting. 

649. Dancer with the Serpents. 

Laporte, Blairze. 
649 A. Surprise. 

L arrive", Jean. 

650. Ephebe. 

651. Young Athlete. 

Lefebvre, Hippolte. 

652. Summer. 

Malric, Charles-Louis. 

653. Child Bacchus. 

Maroueste, Laurent. 

654. St. John. 
Mars-Vallett, Marius. 

655. Woman and Child. 
Merci6, Antonin. 

655A. Michaelangelo. 
Michel, Gustave. 

656. Thought. 
Monard, Louis de. 

657. Eagle Attacking Horse. 

Navellier, fidouard F61icien Eugene. 

658. Alzonne. 
PauJin, Paul. 

659. The Painter Guillaumin. 

660. Degas. 

661. Renoir. 

662. Claude Monet. 
Pernot, Henri. 

663. Sunday: Zeebrugge. 
Perrault-Harry, fimile. 

664. Dogs. 
Poisson, Pierre-Marie. 

665. Arabian Dancing Girl. 
Puech, Denys. 

666. Fright. 
Quillivic, Rene. 

667. The Foot Bath. 
Roche. Pierre. 

668. La Loie Fuller. 
Rodin. Au'euste. 

669. Falguiere. 
Roll, Alfred-Philippe. 

670. Young Flemish Woman. 

Roussel, Paul. 

671. The Tiny Ones. 
Roze. Albert. 

672. Study. 



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Segoffin, Jean. 

673. Bonnat. 

674. Ziem. 

675. Harpignies. 
Serruys, Yvonne. 

676. Dancer with the Veil. 
Sicard, Francois. 

677. Portrait: J. H. Fabra: the Natur- 

alist. 
Tarrit, Jean. 

678. Road to Fez. 



Toussaint, Gaston. 

679. The Girl with the Cat. 

680. Candor. 

Vernier, fimile-Seraphin. 

681. Bronze Medal. 

682. Frame of Medals. 

Villeneuve, Jacques Louis Eobert. 

683. Battle of Flowers. 



URUGUAYAN SECTION 



IT. EDUARDO PEROTTI, 
Commissioner General. 

O. M. GOLDARACENA, 
Resident Commissioner. 

ALFREDO METZ GREEN, 
Secretary. 



GALLERY NINETEEN. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Arzadun, C. de. 

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

1. The Souk: Tunis. 

2. Luxembourg: No. 1. 

3. Rue Tubet el Bey. 

4. Bathhouses on the Beach: Ostend. 

5. The Beach at Ostend. 

6. Mosque Sidi-ben-Ardmes : Tunis. 

7. Luxembourg: No. 2. 

8. Mosque: Tunis. 
Beretta, Milo. 

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

9. Harmony in Gray and Blue. 

10. Between Sunset and Moonrise. 

11. Afternoon Sunlight. 

12. Sunday Morning: Portrait of a Lady 

in the Gardens of Montevideo. 

13. Mystic Hour. 

14. Harbor Lights. 

15. Impressions of Autumn. 

16. Interior of San Marco. 

17. Plowing. 

18. Venetian Roofs. 

19. Ducal Palace: Venice. 

20. Sunlight in the Gardens. 

21. Spring. 
Blanes Viale, Pedro. 

22. Antwerp. 

23. Portrait of General Galarza. 
Castellanos, Carlos A. 

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

24. A Street. 

25. Portrait. 

26. The Black Fan. 

27. The Masquerade. 

28. Impressions of the Harbor. 

29. The Palace of King Sun. 

30. Diana and Endymion. 
Cruz, Carlos. 

31. Quiet Hours: Harbor of Montevideo. 
Cuneo, Jose. 

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

32. Luxembourg Gardens No. 2. 

33. Alban Lake. 

34. Evening. 

35. The Hill. 

36. Field of Chirca. 

37. The Evergreen Oak. 



Cuneo, Jose (Continued). 

38. The Fountain. 

39. The Garden. 

40. The Lake. 

41. Luxembourg Gardens No. 1. 
Ezcurra, Augustin. 

42. Lonely Giant. 
Martinez-Vazquez, Jose. 

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

43. Seabird. 

44. Mist No. 3. 
Puig, Domingo. 

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

45. Portrait o_f a Lady No. 1. 

46. Portrait of a Lady No. 2. 

47. Portrait of a Lady No. 3. 

48. Portrait of a Lady No. 4. 
Rodriguez, Guillermo C. 

49. Landscape No. 1. 

50. Landscape No. 2. 

51. Landscape No. 3. 
Rose, Manuel. 

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

52. Interior of Cafe. 

53. The Boulevard. 

54. Drawing: A Lady. 

55. Landscape No. 1. 

56. Old Bretonne. 

57. Landscape No. 2. 

SCULPTURE. 
Belloni, Jose. 

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

58. Teniente General Jose Gervasio Ar- 

tigas. 

59. Bimba. 
Cantu, Luis. 

60. Head of a Criollo. 

61. Andresillo. 

62. Christ in Agony. 

63. Christ Dead. 

64. St. John the Baptist. 

65. El Ciezvito. 
Ferrari, Juan. 

Honorable Mention: P. P. 1. E., 1915. 

66. Torso. 

67. A Portrait Bust. 
Pagani, Juan B. 

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

68. The Degenerate. 

69. The Alcoholist. 



CUBAN SECTION 



CUBAN SECTION 



GENERAL ENRIQUE LOYNAZ DEL CASTILLO, 
Commissioner General 



GALLERY TWENTY. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

de Aragon, Margarita. 

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

1. Study of a Head. 

Billini, Adriana. 

2. Portrait of a Lady. 

3. Fruit. 

4. Fruit. 

5. Sea Shore at Mariel: Cuba. 
Bosque, A. 

6. Study of a Head. 
Canal, H. 

7. Landscape No. 3. 
Mantilla, Maria. 

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

8. Portrait Study. 

9. At the Sea Shore. 
Menocal, Armando. 

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

10. Death of Maceo. 

11. Lady in Pink. 
Melero, Aurelio. 

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

12. Cabana Fortress: Havana. 

13. Sea Urchins. 



Morey, M. Rodriguez. 

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

14. The Stream. 

15. At the Brook. 

16. Crossing the Stream. 

17. The Burial. 

Romanach, Leopoldo. 

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

18. Fulfilling the Vow. 

19. Harvest Time. 

20. Girl's Head. 

21. Luisita. 

22. Old Man at Prayer. 

23. Spanish Lady. 

24. Youth. 

25. Portrait of a Lady. 

26. Old Man Smoking. 

27. Study of a Head. 

28. The Drinker. 

29. The Last Jewel. 

30. In the Orchard. 

31. The Vow. 
Valoerrama, Esteban. 

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

32. General Mario G. Menocal. 

de Vildosola, C. 

Honorable Mention: P. P. I. E., 1915. 
3'3. Study of a Head. 



ITALIAN SECTION 



ERNESTO NATHAN 
Commissioner General 

ETTORE FERRARI 

ARDUINO COLASANTI 

Commissioners of Fine Arts. 



GALLERIES TWENTY-ONE TO TWENTY- 
FIVE. 

PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Anivitti, Filippo. 

1. Abandoned Country Place. 
Battaglia, Alessandro. 

2. The Hour of Rest. 

Bazzani, Luigi. 

3. Arch of S'eptimius Severus. 
Bazzaro, Leonardo. 

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

4. On the Diving Board. 
Belloni, Giorgio. 

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

5. The Port. 
Bezzi, Bartolomeo. 

6. Villa Borghese. 
Bonazzi, Emma. 

7. Languid. 



Bosia, Agostino. 

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

8. Waiting. 

9. Summer Afternoon. 
Brass, Italico. 

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

10. Bridge Across the Lagoon. 
Busi, Adolfo. 

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

11. Ora Pin. 
Cadorin, Guido. 

12. Portrait of an Artist. 
Cambon, Glauco. 

13. Maternity. 
Caprile, Vincenzo. 

14. Venice. 
Carlandi, Onorato. 

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

15. Verbascum Luteum. 

16. The Red Mill. 

17. Winter Along the Tiber. 

18. Villa d'Este. 



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Carosi, Giuseppe. 

19. Landscape. 

20. Landscape. 

Carozzi, Boss! Adele. 

21. Peonies. 

Casciaro, Giuseppe. 

22. The Abandoned Church. 

23. Running Water. 

24. Wheat Field. 

25. Autumn. 

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

26. The Annunciation. 

27. Autumn. 

Chitarin, Traiano. 

28. Evening Fires. 
Ciardi, Beppe. 

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

29. Venetian Scenes. 
Ciardi, Emma. 

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

30. The Avenue: Boboli Gardens. 

Ciardi, Guglielmo. 

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

31. Clouds in Spring. 

32. Boats. 

Coromaldi, Umberto. 

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

33. Return from the Fields. 

34. Winnower. 

Corsi, Carlo. 

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

35. Perhaps. 

Crepet, Mario. 

36. Azure Morning. 

De Carolis, Adolfo. 

37. Marine. 

De Sanctis, Giuseppe. 

38. Along the Seine. 
De Stefani, Vincenzo. 

39. The Distant Ones. 
Di Falco, Filippo. 

40. Child at the Spring. 
Favai, Gennaro. 

41. The Shadows. 
Federico, Michele. 

42. Reflections. 
Ferraguti, Visconti Adolfo. 

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

43. Portrait in Red. 
Ferretti, Paolo. 

44. Golden Rays. 
Ferro, Cesare. 

45. Portrait of a Lady. 
Festa Piacentini, Matilde. 

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

46. Fiametta. 

47. The Green Wig. 
Follini, Carlo. 

48. Along the Edge of the Pine Forest. 
Fragiacomo, Antonietta. 

49. Bit of Sunlight. 
Fragiacomo, Pietro. 

50. On the Beach. 

51. End of a Day. 
Gaudenzi, Pietro. 

52. Maternity. 
Gioli. Francesco. 

53. Florentine Harmonies. 
Gola, Emilio. 

54. Near the Bridge. 
Grublcy De Dragon, Vittore. 

55. Twilight. 



Innocent!, Camillo. 

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

56. Green Shawl. 

57. Morning. 

58. Black Ribbon. 

59. Yellow Room. 
Joris, Pio. 

60. Ponte Sisto. 
Korompay, Duilio. 

61. Ruins and Flowers. 
Lionne, Enrico. 

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

62. Red Roses. 

63. Return of the Divine Love. 
Luxoro, Cesare. 

04. The Promontory: Quarto. 
Magliocchetti, Ida. 

65. Interior. 
Mancini, Antonio. 

66. The Antiquary. 

67. Bohemian. 

68. Portrait. 
Marussig, Guido. 

69. Saint Justus. 
Mengarini, Pietro. 

70. The Other Bank. 
Mentessi, Giuseppe. 

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

71. The Soul of the Stones. 
Mezzana, Corrado. 

72. Baths of Antonine. 
Migliaro, Vincenzo. 

73. Old Naples. 
Milesi, Alessandro. 

74. The Innkeeper of Goldoni. 
Miti-Zanetti, Giuseppe. 

75. Ancient Venice. 
Morani, Alessandro. 

76. Tusculum. 
Morani, Helbig Lily. 

77. Ancient Music. 
Morbelli, Angelo. 

78. Sunset Across the Lagoon. 
Neuschuler, Alberto. 

79. Landscape. 
Ncci, Arturo. 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 
.SO. Light and Shade. 

81. Portrait : Lyda Borelli. 
Nomellini, Plinio. 

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

82. Evening in May. 

83. Sunkisses. 
Nono, Luigi. 

84. The Beloved Name. 
Parisani, Napoleone. 

85. Alban Lake. 

86. Sunset Along the Tiber. 
Pasinetti, Antonio. 

87. White House at Caprera. 
Petiti. Filiberto. 

88. Toward Evening. 
Protti, Alfredo. 

89. The Pearls. 
Reycend, Enrico. 

90. Mountain Breezes. 
Rho, Camillo. 

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

91. Charming Day. 
Ricci, Dante. 

92. The Butterflies. 

93. La Valle dell' Aniene. 
Rossi, Luigi. 

94. Street Urchins: Caltanissetta. 
Sacheri, Cesare. 

95. Marina. 



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Sala, Paolo. 

96. Aloug the Thames. 
Sambo, Edgardo. 

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

97. Nude. 
Sartorelli, Francesco. 

98. The Lagoon: Sunset. 
Scattola, Ferruccio. 

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

99. Venice: Daybreak Effect. 
Scopiuich, Luigi. 

100. A Canal at Burano. 
Tafuri, Raffaele. 

101. Saint Marks. 
Tavernier, Andrea. 

102. Landscape. 
Tito, Ettore. 

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

103. Cow. 

104. Centaurs and Nymphs. 

105. The Pearl. 

106. Portrait of a Lady. 

107. The Procession. 
Vianello, Cesare. 

108. The Antiquary. 
Villani, Gennaro. 

109. Festa a Mare. 
Vittori, Carlo. 

110. Loads of Gravel. 
Weiss, Renzo. 

111. Quiet: The Lake. 
Yrolli, Vincenzo. 

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

112. Violin Player. 
Zanetti, Zilla Vettore. 

113. The Tree. 

SCULPTURE. 

Amigoni, Luigi. 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. 1. E., 1915. 

114. Adolesence. 
Bazzaro, Ernesto. 

115. Water Bearer. 
Bell otto, Eugenio. 

116. Hamida. 
Biondi, Ernesto. 

117. Saint Francis of Assisi. 
Brozzi, Renato. 

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

118. Medals: Animals. 
Calandra, David. 

119. The Conquerer. 
Cataldi, Amleto. 

120. Head of Wheat. 
D'Antino, Nicola. 

121. Riri. 

122. Dancing Girl. 
Dazzi, Arturo. 

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

123. Modern Diana. 
Del Santo, Angelo. 

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

124. Youth. 



D'Orsi, Achille. 

125. Proximus Tuus. 

Drei, Ercole. 

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

126. Statue of a Woman. 

Ferrari, Ettore. 

127. Giuseppe Garibaldi. 

128. Cowboy. 

129. Shepherd. 
Gemito, Vincenzo. 

130. The Philosopher. 

Graziosi, Giuseppe. 

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

131. S'usanna. 
Guastalla, Giuseppe. 

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

132. Sensations. 

133. Visions. 
Jerace, Francesco. 

134. Victa. 

135. Carlotta d'Asburgo. 
Luppi, Ermenegildo. 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. 1. E., 1915. 

136. Grandma's Idol. 

137. Goat. 

138. The Puppy. 

139. Reconciliation. 
Maraini, Antonio. 

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

140. Perseus. 
Marsili, Emilio. 

141. Poetry. 
Nicolini, Giovanni. 

142. Satyr and Nymph. 

143. Milkmaid : Holland. 
Nono, Urbano. 

144. The Discus Thrower. 
Pellim, Eugenia. 

145. The Idol. 
Pogliani, Antonietta. 

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

146. On the Beach. 
Prini, Giovanni. 

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

147. Babies' Secrets. 

148. The Lovers. 
Renda, Giuseppe. 

149. Earth. 
Righetti, Guido. 

150. Marabu. 
Romanelli, Raffaelle. 

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

151. Portrait of the Painter Gelli. 

152. Portrait of Lyda Borelli. 

Romaneili, Romano. 

153. The Lament. 

154. Ill-temper. 

Selva, Attilio. 

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

155. Sphynx. 

Vedani, Michelo. 

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

156. The Kiss. 



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In the Biographical Index (pages 113 to 248) will be found a complete list of the works 
exhibited by each artist represented in the United States Section. Following each exhibit cata- 
logued appears a line indicating the gallery and wall location of the exhibit.. 

The Biographical Index is arranged in alphabetical order of the initial letter of the artist's 
proper name, and the awards granted in this Exposition to artists in the United States Section 
will be found noted therein. 



GALLERY TWENTY-SIX. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Elliott, Elizabeth Shippen Green. 

1. Queen Cophetua. 

2. The Moon World. 

3. Antoine and the Little Wooden Sol- 

dier. 

4. Elizabeth. 

5. The Princess. 

6. Queen Jehan and Riczi. 
Fortune, E. Charlton. 

7. Moonlight. 
Taylor, Frank Walter. 

8. Souvenir of Versailles. 
Robinson, Boardman. 

9. Louvain. 
Taylor, Frank Walter. 

10. The Pool; London. 

11. At the Races: Deauville. 

12. Illustration: The Iron Woman. 

13. Illustration: The Iron Woman. 
Young, Arthur. 

14. This World of Creepers. 
Taylor, Frank Walter. 

15. The Cargo: London. 

16. The Beach: Brighton. 

17. Fete: Night. 

18. The Villas: Trouville. 
Smith, Jessie Willcox. 

19. Jack and the Bean Stalk. 

20. Babes in the Wood. 

21. Little Red Riding Hood. 

22. Cinderella. 
Benda, Wladyslaw T. 

23. Laila. 
Smith, Jessie Willcox. 

24. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. 
Betts, Anna Whelan. 

25. The Trundle Bed. 
Weber, Sarah S. Stillwell. 

2(1 Water Baby. 

WALL B. 

PHOTOGRAPHIC REPRODUCTIONS OF 

MURAL PAINTINGS AND 

SCULPTURE. 

Blum, Robert. 

27. Vintage Festival. 
McKenzie, R. Tait. 

28. The Sprinter. 
Wendt, Julia M. Bracken. 

29. Music. 
Tefft, Carl E. 

30. Bronx Fountain. 
Corbett, Gail Sherman. 

31. Boy for Fountain. 



Thompson, Nellie Louise. 

32. Egyptian Lotus 
Tefft, Carl E. 

33. Fine Arts. 
Dumond, Frank Vincent. 

34. Mural No. 1. 



Fountain. 



Donato, Giuseppe. 

35. Dance of Eternal Spring. 
Weinman, Adolph A. 

36. Monument: Lieutenant Colonel Wil- 

liam F. Vilas. 
Bush-Brown, H. K. 

37. General Anthony Wayne. 
Donato, Giuseppe. 

38. Brute of Toil. 
Weinman, Adolph A. 

39. Civic Duty. 
Bush-Brown, H. K. 

40. First Regiment of Philadelphia. 
Dumond, Frank Vincent. 

41. Mural No. 2. 
Donato, Giuseppe. 

42. Fawn: Voice of the Forest. 
Weinman, Adolph A. 

43. Monument : General Macomb. 
Brooks, Richard E. 

44. Colonel Cass. 
Mackay, William A. 

45. Legend of Sargasso Sea. 
McKenzie, R. Tait. 

40. The Onslaught : Rear View. 
Thompson, Nellie Louise. 

47. Egyptian Lotus Fountain. 
MacNeil, Hermon Atkins. 

48. Coming of the White Man. 
Conner, Jerome. 

49. Onondaga Indian. 
Knight, Charles R. 

50. Buffaloes and Wolves. 
Walker, Nellie V. 

51. Monument : Chief Keokuk. 

WALL C. 

PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 
Bains, Ethel Franklin Betts. 

52. Cinderella. 
Brown, Charlotte Harding. 

53. Hump Yourself. 

54. The Squab Syndicate. 

55. On the Hillside. 
Arthurs, Stanley Massey. 

56. . Overland Transportation. 
Wyeth, N. C. 

57. Ebenezer Balfour (Kidnaped). 

58. Chinese Pirates. 

59. Old Pew (Treasure Island). 
Arthurs, Stanley Massey. 

60. The Evening Mail. 
Benda, Wladyslaw T. 

61. Amazons. 

62. Amazons : II. 
Chappel, Alonzo. 

63. Surrender of Lee. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

Wyeth, N. C. 

04. Captain Bones Routs Black Dog 

(Treasure Island). 
Schoonover, Frank E. 

65. The Fur Brigade. 



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Betts, Anna Wlielan. 

66. A Winter Day. 
Wyeth, N. C. 

67. The Picador. 
Fortune, E. Charlton. 

68. The Galloway Inn. 
Harding, George. 

69. The Fisherwornaii. 
Bains, Ethel Franklin Betts. 

70. The Story of the Six Swans. 
Betts, Anna Whelan. 

71. The Dancing Class. 
Schoonover, Frank E. 

72. The Trail of the North. 
Oakley, Thornton. 

73. Rajputana. 
McCarter, Henry. 

74. Lust for Gold. 
Bains, Ethel Franklin Betts. 

75. The Big Frog Prince. 

76. The Story of Hansel and Gretel. 
Elliott, Elizabeth Shippen Green. 

77. The First Communion. 
Oakley, Thornton. 

78. Bullock Cart: Rajputana. 

79. Water Buffalo. 

80. Faggot Gatherer. 

81. Chinto Pilgrim. 

82. Peasant Woman. 

83. Fisherman. 

Elliott, Elizabeth Shippen Green. 

84. Inspector Joly. 
Oakley, Thornton. 

85. The Guard of the Maharajah. 

86. Fakir. 
McCarter, Henry. 

87. The Spanish Legend. 
Bains, Ethel Franklin Betts. 

88. Snow White and Rose Red. 

89. Rumpelstiltskin. 

GALLEEY TWENTY-SEVEN. 

PHOTOGRAPHIC REPRODUCTIONS OF 

MURAL PAINTINGS AND 

SCULPTURE. 

Coppini, Pompeo. 

90. Washington: Mexico City. 
Faulkner, Barry. 

91. Decoration for Mrs. Harriman The 

Conquerors No. 1. 
Hibbard, F. C. 

92. Fountain Figure. 
Weinman, Adolph A. 

93. Statue of General Alexander Macomb. 
Adams, Herbert. 

94. McMillan Fountain. 
Weinman, Adolph A. 

95. Group : Maryland Union Soldiers and 

Sailors' Monument, No. 1. 
Cox, Kenyon. 

96. Light of Learning. 

97. The Judicial Virtues. 
Corbett, Gail Sherman. 

98. Hamilton S. White Memorial. 
Weinman, Adolph A. 

99. Lieutenant Colonel William F. Vilas. 
Boyle, John J. 

100. Benjamin Franklin. 
Weinman, Adolph A. 

101. Group : Maryland Union Soldiers 

and Sailors' Monument, No. 2. 
Coppini, Pompeo. 

102. The Lost Cause. 



Faulkner, Barry. 

103. Decoration for Mrs. Harriman The 

O'onquerors No. 3. 

Hibbard, F. C. 

104. Fountain Figure. 

Grover, Oliver Dennett. 

105. Science. 

106. Art. 

107. Labor. 

108. Literature. 
Stoddard, Frederick L. 

109. Womanhood. 
Grover, Oliver Dennett. 

110. Decoration in Blackstone Memorial 

Library. 
Lauber, Joseph. 

111. The Spirit Triumphant. 
Sears, Taber. 

112. Joshua Crossing the Jordan. 
Lauber, Joseph. 

113. Virtues of an Upright Judiciary. 
Vedder, Elihu. 

114. Good and Bad Government: Library 

of Congress. 
Holslag, J. E. 

115. On the Banks of the Rio Grande in 

the Early Days. 
Marsh, Fred Dana. 

116. Mural Decoration. 
Walker, Nellie V. 

117. Her Son. 
Robinson, Kathleen Beverley. 

118. Inspiration. 
Renault, G. 

119. Sylvan Music. 
Weinman, Adolph A. 

120. Figure for Wolcott Grave Memorial. 
Volk, Douglas. 

m. Fur Trading Period. 
Turner, C. Y. 

122. General Washington at Fort Lee. 
Dodge, William de Leftwich. 

123. Ambition. 
Boyle, John J. 

124. Relief Fountain. 
Lamb, Frederick Stymetz. 

125. Conference of Washington and His 

Officers. 
Taft, Lorado. 

126. Blackhawk. 
Pearce, Charles Sprague. 

127. Library of Congress. 
Corbett, Gail Sherman. 

128. Detail of Hamilton S. White Mem- 

orial. 
Conner, Jerome. 

129. Portrait. 
MacNeil, Hermon Atkins. 

130. Peace: McKinley Memorial. 
Longman, Evelyn Beatrice. 

131. Doors for Wellesley College. 
Hibbard, F. C. 

li2. Infantryman. 
Melchers, Gari. 

133. Library of Congress No. 1. 
MacNeil, Hermon Atkins. 

134. Prosperity: McKinley Memorial. 
Longman, Evelyn Beatrice. 

135. Doors : Annapolis. 
Hibbard, F. C. 

136. General James Shields. 
Tefft, Carl E. 

137. Fort Lee Battle Monument. 



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Crisp, Arthur. 

138. Seven Ages of Man: Belasco Theatre. 

McKenzie, E. Tait. 

139. The Relay Runner. 

MacNeil, Hermon Atkins. 

140. Soldiers and Sailors' Memorial. 

MacEwen, Walter. 

141. Library of Congress No. 2. 

Jaegers, Albert. 

142. Baron von Steuben. 

Chanler, R. W. 

143. Dance of Death. 
Lichtenauer, J. Mortimer. 

144. Proscenium Arch. 
Weinman, Adolph A. 

145. Lincoln: State Capitol: Kentucky. 
Schweitzer, J. Otto. 

146. Monument to General Muhlenberg. 
Coppini, Pompeo. 

147. Washington Monument: Mexico City. 
MacNeil, Hermon Atkins. 

148. Soldiers and Sailors' Memorial. 
MacEwen, Walter. 

149. Library of Congress No. 1. 
Jaegers, Albert. 

150. Military Instruction: Baron von 

Steuben Monument. 
Flanagan, John. 

151. Monumental Clock: Library of Con- 



Crisp, Arthur. 

152. Taming of the Shrew. 
McKenzie, E. Tait. 

153. Supple Juggler. 
Blum, Eobert. 

154. Processional. 
Oakley, Violet. 

155. Governor's Reception Room: State 

Capitol: Harrisburg No. 1. 

156. Governor's Reception Room: State 

Capitol : Harrisburg No. 2. 

157. Governor's Reception Room: State 

Capitol : Harrisburg No. 3. 

158. Governor's Reception Room: State 

Capitol: Harrisburg No. 4. 

159. Governor's Reception Room: State 

Capitol : Harrisburg No. 5. 

160. Governor's Reception Room: State 

Capitol : Harrisburg No. 6. 

161. Governor's Reception Room: State 

Capitol : Harrisburg No. 7. 

162. Governor's Reception Room: State 

Capitol: Harrisburg No. 8. 

163. Governor's Reception Room: State 

Capitol: Harrisburg No. 9. 

164. Governor's Reception Room: State 

Capitol: Harrisburg No. 10. 

165. Governor's Reception Room: State 

Capitol : Harrisburg No. 11. 
Adams, Herbert. 

166. Tympanum St. Bartholomew Church. 
Sears, Taber. 

167. Eastern Gateway of American Con- 

tinent. 
Schwartz, Andrew T. 

168. Panel Ceiling of Ballroom. 
Abbey, Edwin A. 

169. Treasures of Earth: Pennsylvania 

State Capitol. 
French, Daniel Chester. 

170. Africa. 

171. Europe. 
Harvey, Eli. 

172. Lion Recumbent: Eaton Mausoleum. 



Blashneld, Edwin H. 

173. The Graduate and Seven Other Dec- 

orations. 

174. Washington Laying Down His Com- 

mission and Eight Other Decora- 
tions. 
French, Daniel Chester. 

175. Melvin Memorial. 

176. Stuyvesant Memorial. 

177. Wisconsin. 

178. Wendell Phillips. 

179. The Spirit of Life: Spencer Trask 

Memorial. 

180. Oglethorpe. 

Turner, C. Y. 

181. First Passage of Steamer Claremont. 

French, Daniel Chester. 

182. America, 

183. Asia. 

Weinman, Adolph A. 

184. Sphinx: Scottish Rite Temple. 

Harris, W. L. 

185. Mural Painting on Gold: Paulist 

Church. 
Loomis, Chester. 

186. Decoration: Adelphi House: Cor- 

nell. 
Hewlett, Joseph M. 

187. Decoration for Academic Theatre. 
Lamb, Frederick Stymetz. 

188. Designs for Stained Glass Windows. 
Turner, C. Y. 

189. Triumph of Manhattan. 
White, Gilbert. 

190. Decoration: New Haven County 

Court House. 
Lamb, Charles Eollinson. 

191. Lakewood Memorial Chapel. 
La Farge, John. 

192. Church Decoration. 
Vedder, Elihu. 

193. Minerva : Library of Congress. 
Grimes, Frances. 

194. Bishop Potter: Grace Church. 
Bush-Brown, H. K. 

195. Lincoln at Gettysburg. 
Harris, W. L. 

196. Decorative Compositions : The Pre- 

cious Blood. 
Turner, C. Y. 

197. Peggy Stewart, 
Harris, W. L. 

198. Color Study: Paulist Church. 
Lamb, Frederick Stymetz. 

199. Milton, etc. 

200. John Eliot Preaching. 
Shirlaw, Walter. 

201. Library of Congress. 
Lauber, Joseph. 

202. Pilgrimage of Life. 
Newton, Francis. 

203. The Rattle Watch. 
Millet, Frank D. 

204. Transportation of Mail: Cleveland 

Court House No. 2. 
Phoenix, Lauros Monroe. 

205. Hiawatha. 
Sargent, John Singer. 

206. Dogma of Trinity: Boston Public 

Library. 

207. Confusion of Religions: Lunette. 
Ballin, Hugo. 

208. Ceiling Decorations: Wisconsin. 



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Faulkner, Barry. 

209. Decoration for Mrs. Harriman 

Famous Women No. 3. 

210. Decoration for Mrs. Harriman 

The Conquerors No. 4. 
Sargent, John Singer. 

211. Moloch : Boston Public Library. 

212. Astarte: Boston Public Library. 
Lamb, Frederick Stymetz. 

218. The Wildey Memorial Window. 
Harris, W. L. 

214. Carved and Painted Doorway: Paul- 

ist Church. 
Harvey, Eli. 

215. Sculpture Detail : Lion House. 
Faulkner, Barry. 

210. Decoration for Mrs. Harriman The 

Conquerors No. 2. 
Crisp, Arthur. 

217. Mural Paintings : House of S. Pros- 

ser. 
Abbey, Edwin A. 

218. Seat Perilous: Boston Public Li- 

brary. 
Schladermundt, H. T. 

219. Art Gallery: Thomas Fortune Ryan, 

Esq. 
Ryland, R. K. 

220. Night Following Day. 
Willis, R. T. 

221. Decoration 22nd Regiment Armory. 
Fairbanks, F. P. 

222. Mars. 
Bancroft, Milton. 

223. Architecture. 
Millet, Frank D. 

224. Lunette: Hudson County Court 

House. 
Fairbanks, F. P. 

225. Lyric Ode. 
Walker, Nellie V. 

226. Young Donatello. 
Borglum, Solon H. 

227. Captain O'Neill. 
Conner, Jerome. 

228. Robert Emmet. 
Boyle, John J. 

229. Stone Age. 
Willett, A. R. 

230. Justice and Mercy. 
Breck, George W. 

231. The Nativity. 
Peixotto, Ernest. 

232. Panel for Frieze. 
Borglum, Solon H. 

233. General Gordon. 
Zolnay, George Julian. 

234. The Call: Detail. 
Tilden, Douglas. 

235. Monument : California Volunteers. 
Bush-Brown, H. K. 

236. Mary Jennison: The White Captive. 
Millet, Frank D. 

237. Transportation of Mail: Cleveland 

Court House No. 3. 
Kimball, Isabel M. 

238. Fountain of Wenonah. 
Conner, Jerome. 

239. John Carroll: Founder of George- 

town University. 
Brooks, Richard E. 

240. Seward. 
Melchers, Gari. 

241. Librai-y of Congress No. 1. 



Jones, Francis C. 

242. Mural Decoration. 
Thayer, Abbott H. 

243'. Florence. 
Wendt, Julia M. Bracken. 

244. The Nymph. 
Tilden, Douglas. 

245. Fountain of Mechanics. 

246. Football Players. 
Zolnay, George Julian. 

247. Labor : Detail. 
Faulkner, Barry. 

248. Decoration for Mrs. Harriman 

Famous Women No. 2. 
Fairbanks, F. P. 

249. Cotton. 
Faulkner, Barry. 

250. Decoration for Mrs. Harriman 

Famous Women No. 1. 

Millet, Frank D. 

251. Transportation of Mail: Cleveland 

Court House No. 1. 

252. The Purchase. 
Tilden, Douglas. 

253. Fountain of Mechanics. 
Walker, Nellie V. 

254. Memorial: W. S. Stratton. 

Corbett, Gail Sherman. 

255. Sundial Boy. 
Hibbard, F. C. 

256. Mark Twain. 

GALLERY TWENTY-EIGHT. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Whistler, James McNeill. 

257. Gray and Silver: The Life Boat. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

258. The Sad Sea: Dieppe. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

259. Petite Mephiste. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

260. The White House. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

261. Wortley: Note in Green. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

262. Yenus Rising from the Sea. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

263. Symphony in Blue and Pink. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

264. Symphony in White and Red. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

265. Variation in Blue and Green. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

266. The White Symphony: Three Girls. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

267. Venus. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

268. Blue and Gold: The Rose Azalea. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

269. Green and Silver: Beaulieu Terrace. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

270. Portrait of Mrs. Whibley. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 



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Whistler, James McNeill (Continued). 

271. Grey and Silver: The Mersey. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

272. Nude Figure and Cupid. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

273. Nude Figure. 

Lent by J. Alden Weir, Esq. 

274. Study in Rose and Brown. 

Lent by the Hackley Gallery of 
Fine Arts. 

275. Green and Violet: Portrait of Mrs. 

E. Milicent Cobden. 

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

276. Portrait: Mrs. Huth. 

Lent by Louis Huth, Esq. 

277. Falling Rocket: Nocturne: Black 

and Gold. 

Lent by Samuel Untermyer, Esq. 

278. Note Blanche: Whistler's Study of 

Jo. 

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

279. The Daughter of the Concierge. 

Lent by Mrs. William A. Noyes. 

SCULPTURE. 
Polasek, Albin. 

280. Maternal Love. 
MacNeil, Carol Brooks. 

281. Betty. 
Longman, Evelyn Beatrice. 

282. Female Torso. 

283. Female Torso. 
Polasek, Albin. 

284. Portrait of a Baby. 
Quinn, Edmond T. 

285. Audrey. 
Polasek, Albin. 

286. Fantasy. 

GALLERY TWENTY-NINE. 
PRINTS, PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 
Whistler, James McNeill. 

287. The Little Mast. 

288. San Biagio. 

289. Drouet. 

290. The Traghetto. 

291. The Thames. 

292. San Giorgio. 

293. Becquet. 

294. The Piazzetta. 

295. Long House, Amsterdam. 

296. La Vieilles aux Loques. 

297. The Palace. 

298. Unfinished Sketch of Lady Haden. 

299. The Riva, No. 1. 

Lent by William M. Ladd, Esq. 

300. The Smith, Passage du Dragon. 

301. Draped Figure, Reclining (in colors). 

302. Draped Figure, Standing (in colors). 

303. The Little Nude Model Reading. 

Lent by Hunt Henderson, Esq. 

304. Long Venice. 

Lent by William M. Ladd, Esq. 

305. Nude Model, Standing. 

Lent by Hunt Henderson, Esq. 

306. Square House, Amsterdam. 

307. Doorway and Vine. 

308. Two Doorways. 

309. Salute: Dawn. 

310. Model and Child. 

Lent by William M. Ladd, Esq. 

311. Study: Maude Seated. 

312. Stephane Mallarme. 

313. A Duet. 

Lent by Hunt Henderson, Esq. 

314. The Limeburner. 

Lent by William M. Ladd, Esq. 



Whistler, James McNeill (Continued). 

315. The Dancing Girl. 

Lent by Hunt Henderson, Esq. 

316. Black Lion Wharf. 

Lent by William M. Ladd, Esq. 

317. La Fruitiere de la Rue de Grenellc. 

Lent by Hunt Henderson, Esq. 

318. Rothernithe. 

319. Weary. 

Lent by William M. Ladd, Esq. 

320. Terrace: Luxembourg. 

Lent by Hunt Henderson, Esq. 

321. Girl with Parasol. 

Lent by Mrs. G. R. Halkett. 

322. Little London. 

Lent by Hunt Henderson, Esq. 

323. The Opal Sea. 

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

324. The Blacksmith's Shop. 

Lent by William M. Ladd, Esq. 

325. Portrait of Joseph Pennell. 

326. Savoy Pigeons. 

Lent by Hunt Henderson, Esq. 

SCULPTURE. 
Noquet, Paul. 

327. Endless Grief. 

GALLERY THIRTY. 
PRINTS: ETCHINGS, LITHOGRAPHS, ETC. 

Wolf, Henry. 

328. Lower N. Y. in a Mist from a Penn. 

R. R. Boat. 
829. The Evening Star. 

330. Little Lady Sophie of Soho (after 

Whistler). 

331. Evening, Swan Lake, Central Park, 

New York. 

332. The Wood Gatherers (after George 

Inness). 

333. Lizzie Lynch (after Weir). 

334. Joseph Pulitzer (after Sargent). 

335. The Mussel Gatherers (after Homer 

D. Martin). 

336. The Mirror (after John W. Alex- 

ander). 

337. The Morning Star. 

33"8. Lady with a Lute (after Vermeer). 

339. River Scene, La Riviere a la Tour 

Lointaine (after Corot). 

340. A Northeaster (after Homer). 

341. Portrait of the Engraver, H. Wolf 

(after Wiles). 

342. Miss Alexander (after Whistler). 
French, Frank P. 

343. Edwin Booth (after Sargent). 

344. Portrait (after Dewing). 
Chadwlck, Charles W. 

345. Needlework (after Townsend). 
Evans, John W. 

346. Becalmed (after Beal). 
Northcote, Stafford M. 

347. Playmates. 
Chadwick, Charles W. 

348. The Culprit (after Belcher). 
Bernstrom, Victor. 

349. The River Shore. 
French, Frank P. 

350. Beech Woods (after Parsons). 

351. The Meadow. 

352. Bedouin Girl (after Photograph). 

353. Izaak Walton (after Boughton). 
Wellington, F. H. 

354. Girl at the Piano (after painting by 

Harry Townsend). 
Clossom, William Baxter. 

355. The Christ (after Da Vinci). 

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Watt, William G. 

357. A Russian Lady (after Fechin). 
Bernstrom, Victor. 

358. Pirates Haven. 
Evans, John W. 

359. Making Glass Beads (after Sargent). 
3GO. Commencement Day (after Bellows). 

Watt, William G. 

361. The Ring (after Alexander). 
Meinhausen, George. 

362. Andrew Jackson. 
Closson, William Baxter. 

363. Ideal Head (after Fuller). 
Watt, William G. 

364. The Apple Gatherers (after Ander- 

son). 
Meinhausen, George. 

365. The Life Boat. 

366. The Phantom Ship. 
Rosenthal, Albert. 

367. William H. Taft (after Zorn). 
Moran, Mary Nimmo. 

368. Gardner's Bay, Long Island. 
Smillie, James David. 

369. Montrose, Pennsylvania. 

370. Hollyhocks. 
Parrish, Stephen. 

371. Fisherman's House, Cape Ann. 
Rosenthal, Max. 

372. Mrs. Benedict Arnold and Child. 

373. General James Wilkinson. 

374. Washington (after Stuart). 
Platt, Charles A. 

375. Fish House. 

Lent by A. S. Macdonald, Esq. 
Smillie, James David. 

376. Good Night and Sweet Dreams. 
Moran, Mary Nimmo. 

377. The Edge of a Georgian Pond. 
Moran, Thomas. 

378. An Old Apple Orchard. 
Rosenthal, Albert. 

379. Theodore Roosevelt (after Sargent). 
Moran, Mary Nimmo. 

380. Twilight, Easthampton. 
Hammersmith, Paul. 

381. Jones Island. 

382. Close of Day. 
Bacher, Otto. 

383. Rainy Day in Venice. 
Steuver, Celia M. 

384. Old Street Besigheim, Bavaria. 
Bacher, Otto. 

385. Chioggia. 
Vanderhoof, Charles A. 

386. Solitude. 
Steuver, Celia M. 

387. Ulm II. 
Moran. Thomas. 

388. Hook Pond, Easthampton. 
Millar, Addison Thomas. 

389. The Winding Road, Holland. 
Ferris, Stephen L. 

390. Granada. 

Lent by Ingraham Hughes, Esq. 
Millar, Addison Thomas. 

391. The Storm, St. Vincent de Paul, N. Y. 
Bacher, Otto. 

392. Casa d'Oro. 
Moran, Thomas. 

393. The Breaking Wave. 
Moran, Mary Nimmo. 

394. Goose Pond. 



Moran, Thomas. 

395. The Light House. 

Merritt, Anna Lee. 

396. A Child That Wriggled. 

Bacher, Otto. 

397. Three S'hips. 

Millar, Addison Thomas. 

398. Moonrise on the Birches. 

Merritt, Anna Lee. 

399. Reapers. 

Partington, Gertrude. 

400. Beach and Cliff's at San Francisco. 
Weir, J. Alden. 

401. Portrait of H. C'. Weir. 
Blum, Robert F. 

402. The Witch. 
Stetson, Charles Walter. 

403. Landscape with Figures. 
Weir, J. Alden. 

404. Portrait Figure. 

405. The Evening Lamp. 
Bacher, Otto. 

406. Entrance, Grand Canal. 

Lent by Frederick Keppel & Co., 

New York. 
Weir, J. Alden. 

407. Arcturus. 

408. Portrait of John F. Weir. 

409. Child with Dog. 

410. The Little Student. 
Bacher, Otto. 

411. The Lido, Venice. 
Weir, J. Alden. 

412. Portrait of Dr. Robert F. Weir. 
Blum, Robert F. 

413. Profile. 

Lent by William J. Baer, Esq. 
Bacher, Otto. 

414. Fondamenta di Tolentini. 
Goetsch, Gustav F. 

415. The Harbor. 

416. Marblehead Harbor. 
Perard, Victor Semon. 

417. Brooklyn Bridge. 

418. The Madeleine. 
Partington, Gertrude. 

419. Old Telegraph Hill. 
Mullgardt, Louis Christian. 

420. East Entrance to Varied Industries 

Building. 
Ryder, Worth. 

421. Alt Munchenerin. 
Williams, J. Scott. 

422. The Ship Blacksmith Shop. 
Mullgardt, Louis Christian. 

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

California. 
Ryder, Worth. 

424. Flemish Woman. 
Goetsch, Gustav F. 

425. On the Harlem Pier. 

426. Marblehead, Mass. 
Mullgardt, Louis Christian. 

427. West Side of Education Building. 
Ryder, Worth. 

428. The Veronese. 
Goetsch, Gustav F. 

429. In the Harbor. 
Monks, John A. S. 

43'0. Rocky Road. 
Griffin, James Martin. 

431. River Lee, Cork, Ireland. 



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Dillaye, Blanche. 

432. On Little Egg Harbor Bay. 

433. A Bird's Eye View of Annisquani. 

Jones, Alfred. 

434. The Capture of Major Andre. 

Farrar, Henry. 

435. Evening Near a Fishing Station. 

Savage, Edward. 

430. The Washington Family. 

Koopman, Augustus. 

4.'17. Brittany Fisherman. 

Moran, Peter. 

438. On the Road to Albueraue. 

Jones, Alfred. 

439. Farmer's Nooning. 

Brown, M. E. D. 

440. Stephen Girard (after Bass Otis). 
Longacre, James Barton. 

441. Andrew Jackson. 
Moran, Thomas. 

442. Solitude. 
Tiebout, Cornelius. 

443. Right Rev. William White. 
Peale, Rembrandt. 

444. Lord Byron. 
Smithwick, John G. 

445. Girl with Muff (after Abbey). 
Warner, William. 

446. Sir Charles Metcalf. 
Harriton, Abraham. 

447. Son of Israel. 
Hill, John. 

448. New York from Governor's Island. 
Ritchie, Alexander Hay. 

449. The March to the Sea (after Barley). 
Marshall, William Edgar. 

450. George Washington. 
Schoff, Stephen Alonzo. 

451. General Devens (after F. Vinton). 
Kruell, Gustav. 

452. Abraham Lincoln. 
D awson- Watson. 

453. The Night Fisherman. 
Schoff, Stephen Alonzo. 

454. The Bathers (after William Hunt). 
Dawson- Watson. 

455. The Man with the Silver Tocque 

(after Rembrandt). 
Burt, Charles. 

456. Henry W. Longfellow. 
Schoff, Stephen Alonzo. 

457. Mrs. Harrison Grey Otis (after Gil- 

bert Stuart). 
King, F. S. 

458. The Sorceress (after F. S. Church). 
Farrar, Henry. 

459. Sunset. 
Smillie, James David. 

460. Voyage of Life. 
Durand, Asher Brown. 

461. Ariadne (after Vanderlyn). 
Kruell, Gustav. 

462. W. T. Sherman. 

463. Robert E. Lee. 
Partington, Gertrude. 

464. Portrait Mile, da Cordoba. 
Cole, Timothy. 

465. Portrait (after Velasquez). 

466. Portrait of Princess Vitelli (after 

Francia). 

467. Holy Family (after Rembrandt). 



Cole, Timothy (Continued). 

468. Portrait of a Spanish Lady (after 

Fortuny). 

469. Portrait of Lady Skipwith (after 

Reynolds). 

470. Saint Elizabeth (after Zurbaran). 

471. The Bathers (after Corot). 

472. La Maternite (after C'arriere). 

473. Portrait of a Man (after Velasquez). 

474. The Mother (after Millet). 

475. Madame Mercier (after Greuze). 
470. Philip IV (after Velasquez). 

477. Portrait of Snyder's Wife (after Van 

Dyck). 

478. Nature (after Rornney). 

479. Mona Lisa (after Da Vinci). 

SCULPTURE. 
Dallin, Cyrus. 

480. Chief Joseph. 

481. Standing Elk. 

GALLERY THIRTY-ONE. 
PRINTS: ETCHINGS, LITHOGRAPHS, ETC. 

Pennell, Joseph. 

482. Under the Bridge, Chicago. 

483. The Cathedral Door. 

484. Up to the Fairmont. 

485. At the Foot of the Falls. 
480. On the Way to Bessemer. 

487. Falls at Night, 

488. Pittsburg No. 3. 

489. Storm in the Canyon. 

490. Rebuilding the Campanile No. 2. 

491. Old and New Rome. 
*492. The Walled City. 

493. Rebuilding the Campanile, Venice. 

494. Rebuilding the Campanile No. 3. 

495. Guard Gate, Gatun. 
490. On the Pincio, Rome. 

497. The Castle. 

498. St. Paul's Out of My Window. 

499. The Cut, Culebra. 

500. Pittsburg No. 2. 

501. Steam Shovel. 

502. Wren's City. 

503. River of Work, Leeds. 

504. Guard Gate, Gatun No. 2. 

505. Low Moor Works, Bradford. 

506. Bottom of Gatun Lock. 

507. Cortland Street by Night. 

508. Palisades and Palaces. 

509. End of the Day, Gatun Lock. 

510. Times Building. 

511. Bottom of Pedro Miguel. 

512. Hail America. 

513. The Big Stack, Sheffield. 

514. Cranes at Miraflores. 

515. Grip at Serang. 

516. The Avenue. 

517. Old and New Mills at Valenciennes. 

518. The Elevated. 

519. The Dump, Serang. 

520. The Woolworth Building. 

521. New Rhine Castles. 

522. The White Tower. 

523. Zeppelin Shed. 

524. The Iron Gate, Charleroi. 

525. Modern Hobbema, Charleroi. 

526. Copper at Cardiff. 

527. White Mills, Holland. 

528. Columns of Temple of Jupiter, Even- 

ing. 

529. Stock Yards, Chicago. 

530. Grain Elevators, Chicago. 

531. Zeppelin Coining Out. 

532. Creusot. 

SCULPTURE. 
Boyle, John J. 

533. Tired Out, 



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GALLERY THIRTY-TWO. 
PRINTS: ETCHINGS, LITHOGRAPHS, ETC. 

Gagnon, Clarence A. 

534. Rue des Cordeliers, Dinan. 

535. L'Orage. 

Cotton, John Wesley. 

536. Pollard Willows. 

Wood, Franklin T. 

537. St. Jerome. 

Haskell, Ernest. 

538. The Spectre. 

53J). Dwarfs of Ragged Island. 

Paulus, Francis Petrus. 
" 540. Old Beggar Woman. 

Cotton, John Wesley. 

541. Belgian Farm. 

542. In the Beguinage, Bruges. 

Wood, Franklin T. 
543'. Farm Lane. 

Haskell, Ernest. 

544. Hill Top. 

545. Kennebec Homesteads. 
Paulus, Francis Petrus. 

546. Head of an Old Man. 
Piazzoni, Gottardo F. P. 

547. Avenue des Champs Elysees, Paris. 

548. Mountain Home, Switzerland. 

549. The Seine, Neuilly, France. 
Gagnon, Clarence A. 

550. Mont St. Michel Brittany. 
De Cordoba, Mathllde. 

551. Ma Mere. 
Armington, Caroline Helena. 

552. St. Sulpice, Paris. 
De Cordoba, Mathilde. 

553. diaries Courtenay Hoge. 
Armington, Caroline Helena. 

554. Notre Dame de Paris. 
Vondrous, John C. 

555. Nicholas Church from Mostecka St. 

556. Prague Bridges. 
Armington, Frank M. 

557. Portal am Rathaushof, Rothenburg. 
Reed, Earl H. 

558. The Homing Call. 
Armington, Frank M. 

559. Henkersteg, Nurnberg. 
Vondrous, John C. 

560. S. Maria della Salute, Venice. 
Armington, Frank M. 

561. Boulevard des Capucines, Paris. 
Vondrous, John C. 

562. Tyn Church, Prague (Nocturne). 
Aid, George Charles. 

563. Port d'Honfleur. 

564. Notre Dame de Mechelin. 

565. Isolabona. 
Borg, Carl Oscar. 

566. Villa dei Quintilli (Campagna Ro- 

mana). 
Webster, Herman A. 

567. Vieux Marche, Marseilles. 
Aid, George Charles. 

568. Les Deux Ponts, San Remo. 
Webster, Herman A. 

569. L'Institut. 

570. Ancienne Faculte de Medecine, Paris. 

571. Old Houses on the Quai. 

572. Le Pont Notre Dame. 
Borg, Carl Oscar. 

573. II Castello. 



Aid, George Charles. 

574. Pont Neuf. 

575. Les Balcons, Isolabona. 

Webster, Herman A. 

576. Sur le Quai Montebello. 

Randolph, Lee F. 

577. A Wind-Swept Pine, Monterey. 

578. San Carlos Mission, Monterey. 

Wood, Franklin T. 

57!). Piazza Bagnia. 

Washburn, Cadwallader. 

580. Dragon Font at Kujomizu Dera Tem- 

ple, Japan. 

581. Tower of Templo Parroquial, Toxco. 

Wood, Franklin T. 

582. Old Man of Taormina. 
Pearson, Ralph M. 

583. Site of New Field Museum. 

584. Winter in Jackson Park. 
Randolph, Lee F. 

585. Old Church Tower at Grez. 
Pearson, Ralph M. 

586. Structural Iron. 
Washburn, Cadwallader. 

587. Peon with Zarape. 
Wood, Franklin T. 

588. Pasture Bars. 
Washburn, Cadwallader. 

589. Ebbing Tides. 
Randolph, Lee F. 

590. L'eglise de Nemours. 
Wood, Franklin T. 

591. Gondolas. 
Washburn, Cadwallader. 

592. Santa Maria in Distance, Cuernavaca. 

Mexico. 
Sturges, D wight C. 

593. A Late Cottager. 
Wright, Margaret Harden. 

594. St. Merry, Paris. 
Schneider, Otto J. 

595. The Old Settee. 
Brown, Howell C. 

596. Eucalyptus Trees, Laguna Beach. 
Sturges, Dwight C. 

597. Alone. 

598. The Promised Land. 

599. Sisters. 

600. Stamp Collectors. 
Ryder, Worth. 

601. Bavarian Girl. 
Merrill, Katherine. 

602. Burnham Beeches. 
Sturges, Dwight C. 

603. Portrait, Dr. Samuel Green. 

604. The Bed Time Story. 
Levy, William Auerbach. 

605. The Harp of the Winds. 
Coover, Nell. 

606. Waiting. 
Washburn, Cadwallader. 

607. Where Boats Beach. 
Sturges, Dwight C. 

608. The Three Elms. 
Gleeson, Charles K. 

609. Quai d'lvry, Paris. 
Congdon, Adairene Vose. 

610. Place Saint Genevieve. 
Congdon, Thomas R. 

611. Saint Etienne du Mont. 
Congdon, Adairene Vose. 

612. Montreuil sur Met, 



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Smith, J. Andre. 

613. The Jewel of Venice. 

614. Palaces and Barges. 

615. The Molo, Venice. 

616. The Little Foundry, Venice. 
Roth, Ernest David. 

617. Grim Florence. 
Smith, J. Andre. 

618. The Inner Gate, San Gemignano. 
Goldthwaite, Anne. 

619. Fraulein Von Kneptisch. 
Roth, Ernest David. 

620. Ca' d'oro, Venice. 

621. The Arch of the Conca. 
Goldthwaite, Anne. 

622. Church Yard, Brittany. 
Both, Ernest David. 

623. II C'ampo Margherita, Venice. 

624. The Buttress, Ponte Vecchio. 
Goldthwaite, Anne. 

625. Montmartre. 
Smith, J. Andre. 

626. Towers and Domes, Venice. 
Both, Ernest David. 

627. Ponte del Trinita, Florence. 

628. Assisi. 

629. Florentine Roofs. 
Goldthwaite, Anne. 

630. The Ballet, 
Congdon, Thomas B. 

631. Le Palais du Luxembourg. 

632. Bridge of Sighs. 

633. Fountain of the Luxembourg. 
Borg, Carl Oscar. 

634. San Pietro di Palestrina. 

635. Landscape. 
Sloan, John. 

636. Roofs, Summer Night. 

637. Night Windows. 
a3'8. Fifth Avenue Critics. 

639. Mother. 

640. Ping Pong Photos. 

641. The Little Bride. 

642. Turning Out the Light. 

643. Connoisseurs of Prints. 
Quinlan, Will J. 

644. Building a Viaduct. 

645. Edge of the Sassafras Grove. 

SCULPTUBE. 

Dallin, Cyrus Edwin. 

646. Protest. 

GALLEBY THIBTY-THBEE. 
PBINTS: ETCHINGS, LITHOGRAPHS, ETC. 

Dahlgreen, Charles W. 

647. The River. 
Wilke, William H. 

648. Toward the Bay. 
Nahl, Perham W. 

649. Monterey Cypress. 
Brown, Benjamin C. 

050. Cliffs, Golden Gate. 
Dahlgreen, Charles W. 

651. The Willows. 
Brown, Benjamin C. 

652. Venetian Bridge. 
Nahl, Perham W. 

653. Pan and Syrinx. 
Dahlgreen, Charles W. 

654. Approaching Storm. 
Ertz, Edward F. 

655. Place Royal, Paris. 



Nahl, Perham W. 

656. Arbolado. 

Brown, Benjamin C. 

657. In Old San Juan. 

Pearson, Balph M. 

658. Rough Water Outside. 
Ertz, Edward F. 

(559. La Terre. 
Wilke, William H. 

660. The Viaduct. 
Nordfeldt, Bror J. 

661. The Incoming Fog. 

662. Little Italy, Chicago. 

663. The Jew of Tangier. 
Burr, George Elbert. 

664. The Willows. 
Higgins, Eugene. 

6(55. The Rent Bill. 
Nordfeldt, Bror J. 

666. My Mother. 

667. Hee Jan. 
Lewis, Allen. 

668. The Landing. 
Burr, George Elbert. 

669. The Fairy Glen. 
Higgins, Eugene. 

670. Midnight Duty. 



the North Branch, 



Nordfeldt, Bror J. 

671. Barges on 

Chicago. 

672. The Open Hearth Furnace, Chicago. 

Quinlan, Will J. 

673. Burling Slip, N. Y. City. 

674. New York Towers. 
Jaques, Bertha E. Clauson. 

675. Minelli, Venice. 

676. Venice Fisherman. 
Harshe, Robert B. 

677. Fisherman's Wharf. 
Hansen, Armin C. 

678. At the Landing Stages. 
Hurley, Edward T. 

679. Market Alley. 
Harshe, Bobert B. 

680. San Lorenzo. 

681. The Ostrich. 
Hurley, Edward T. 

682. Dry Creek Valley. 
Harshe, Bobert B. 

683. Dutch Cottages. 
Hansen, Armin C. 

684. Flemish Landscape. 
Hurley, Edward T. 

685. A Bad Night. 
Partridge, G. Boy. 

686. St. Etienne du Mont. 

687. St. Cloud. 

688. Tanagra and Marguerites. 

689. Ambition Bound. 

690. Dancing Water. 
Beed, Earl H. 

691. A City's Highway. 
Partridge, G. Boy. 

692. White Butterfly. 

693. In a King's House. 

694. Notre Dame. 
Lewis, Allen. 

695. Gowanus C'anal. 

696. Lady on the Stairs. 
Calewaert, Louis H. 

697. Old Houses in Detroit. 
Lewis, Allen. 

698. The Procession. 

699. Old Woman Reading. 



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Calewaert, Louis H. 

700. Madam Braun. 

Lewis, Allen. 

701. The Work Shop. 

702. Climbing Boy. 

Calewaert, Louis H. 

703. The Blower. 

Kimball, Katherine. 

704. Lock at Moret-sur-Loing. 

705. Oast Houses. 

706. Presbytere de St. Maclou, Rouen. 

Warner, Everett. 

707. Memorial Tower. 

708. Brooklyn Bridge. 

709. Montreuil Mills. 

Orr, Louis. 

710. Westminster Abbey, London. 

King, Charles B. 

711. Dixmude, Belgium. 

Warner, Everett. 

712. Phelps Gateway. 
Kimball, Katherine. 

713. Chateau Gaillard (acquatint). 
Warner, Everett. 

714. Moonlight. Montreuil. 
Orr, Louis. 

715. Pont Neuf, Paris. 
Warner, Everett. 

716. Brothers and Linnonia. 

717. Rue Jerzual, Dinan. 
Young, Mahonri M. 

718. Tewa No. 1. 
Goldthwaite, Anne. 

719. Cock Fight. 
Warner, Everett. 

720. A Bavarian Church. 
Stevens, Helen B. 

721. Main Building and Boat Houses, 

Wellesley. 
Winslow, Henry. 

722. Westminster Cathedral. 
Stevens, Thomas Wood. 

723. Harper Memorial, University of 

Chicago. 

724. Bow and Arrow. 
Stevens, Helen B. 

725. Library Cloister, Bryn Mawr Col- 

lege. 
Stackpole, Ealph. 

726. Adele. 
Luguiens, Huc-Mazelet. 

727. Farm Yard in Picardie. 
Stevens, Thomas Wood. 

728. Old South Middle, Yale. 

729. Bridging a Ravine, Pittsburgh. 

730. The Yard, Harvard. 
Winslow, Henry. 

731. Saint Paul's. 
Gallagher, Sears. 

732. Across the River. 

733. Girl with Rabbit. 
Kimball, Katherine. 

734. Chateau Gaillard. 
Addams, Clifford. 

735. Admiral's House, Amsterdam. 

736. City Hall, Philadelphia. 

737. Land Ho! 
Gleeson, Charles K. 

738. Les Carriers, Paris. 
Plowman, George T. 

739. Mezzotint. 
Addams, Clifford. 

740. Home for Decayed Fishermen. 



Paulus, Francis Petrus. 

741. The Coppersmiths. 

Addams, Clifford. 

742. Porta della Carta. 

743. The Harbor, Dordrecht. 

Gleeson, Charles K. 

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

Gallagher, Sears. 

745. Old State House, Boston. 

746. Paul Revere House, Boston. 

Gleeson, Charles K. 

747. Pont Saint Nicholas. 
Hale, Walter. 

748. The Flatiron Building, New York. 
Chadwick, Emma. 

749. Pont Neuf. 
Barone, Antonio. 

750. "Bobs." 
Hornby, Lester George. 

751. Le Gouter. 
Jaques, Bertha E. Clauson. 

752. Sunny Corner. 
Barone, Antonio. 

753. The Musicians. 
Hornby, Lester George. 

754. Le matin, Gland-sur-Marne. 
Jaques, Bertha E. Clauson. 

755. The Tangle, Chioggia. 
Stevens, Dorothy. 

756. Gamine. 
Hornby, Lester George. 

757. Le Pont : Marne. 
Gallagher, Sears. 

758. Woolworth Building, N. Y. 
Jaques, Bertha E. Clauson. 

759. Shipyard, Venice. 

Johns, W. K. 

760. The Ruined Castle at Grez. 
Jaques, Bertha E. Clauson. 

761. The Arch, Roman Forum. 

Johns, W. R. 

762. Village on the Seine. 
Workman, David Tice. 

763. Elvet Bridge: Old Durham. 
Keeler, Charles B., Jr. 

764. Bazaar of the 100,000 Articles, 

Quimper, Brittany. 
Young, Mahonri M. 

765. Under the "L." 
Chandler, George Walter. 

766. Impasse du Lion, Algiers. 
Merrill, Katherine. 

767. St. Dunstans in the East. 
Wetherill, Elisha Kent Kane. 

768. The Triangle. 
Chandler, George Walter. 

769. The Minarettes, Benares. 
Keeler, Charles B., Jr. 

770. Old Houses in the Place Terre au 

Due, Quimper. 
Young, Mahonri M. 

771. Ballet Girl No. 1. 
Chandler, George Walter. 

772. Bab El Tunis. 
Merrill, Katherine. 

773. Canterbury from St. Martin's Hill. 
Covey, Arthur S. 

774. Steel Workers, No. 1. 
Chandler, George Walter. 

775. Ponte Vecchio, Florence. 
Melville, Francis. 

776. The Cobbler. 



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Covey. Arthur S. 

777. The Great Wheel, South Troy, N. Y. 

778. Harbour Cove, Gloucester. 
Harer, Frederick W. 

779. Independence Square. 
Dahlgreen, Charles W. 

780. Falkenburg, Germany. 
Stevens, Dorothy. 

781. St. Jacques, Dieppe. 
Melville, Francis. 

782. Busy. 
Plowman, George T. 

783. St. Nicholas du Chardonnet. 
Lemos, Pedro J. 

784. The Old Quarry. 
Plowman, George T. 

785. Passage du Patriarchs, Paris. 
Stevens, Dorothy. 

786. Odalisque. 
Harriton, Abraham. 

787. And Old Hebrew Peddler. 
Plowman, George T. 

788. Notre Dame, Paris. 
Merrill, Katherine. 

789. Federal Building from Quincy St. 

Chicago. 
Hornby, Lester George. 

790. Le Ciel Pluvieux. 
Stevens, Dorothy. 

791. La sortie de 1'eglise. 
Tallmadge, Thomas E. 

792. Structural Steel. 
Wetherill, Elisha Kent Kane. 

793. Ben Hawkin's Blacksmith Shop. 
Levy, William Auerbach. 

794. The Troubadour. 
Harer, Frederick W. 

795. A Fire. 

Levy, William Auerbach. 

796. The Cellist. 

797. Quai Grand Augustins, Paris. 

798. The Patriarch's Prayer. 

799. In Exile. 
Simmons, Will. 

800. Vultures. 
Han sen, Armin C. 

801. Harry Varick. 
Levy, William Auerbach. 

802. Cecco. 

Lent by the Hahlo Gallery. 
Stevens, Dorothy. 

803. Old Bridge, Bruges. 
Simmons, Will. 

804. White Herons. 
Chadwick, Emma. 

805. Landscape. 
Colwell, Elizabeth. 

806. The Four Willows by the Stream. 
Wetherill, Elisha Kent Kane. 

807. The Archway. 

SCULPTURE. 

Aitken, Robert. 

808. Tired Mercury. 
Konti. Isidore. 

809. Surprise. 

GALLERY THIRTY-FOUR. 
PRINTS: ETCHINGS, LITHOGRAPHS, 

ETC. 
Coover, Nell. 

810. Sleeping Infant. 

811. Jealousy. 

812. Petit Enfant, 



Hobart, Clark. 

813. Nymph at the Pool. 

814. The Greeting. 

815. Camp Mystery. 

816. Ready for the Ball. 

817. Idyl. 

818. Spring. 

819. Lovers' Quarrel. 

820. Memories. 

821. Wood Chopper's Hut. 

Brown, Benjamin C. 

822. Santa Maria della Salute, Venice. 

823. Russian River, California. 

824. Rainy Day, San Francisco. 

Lum, Bertha. 

825. Junks. 

Rubins, H. W. 

826. Arriving Steamer. 

Lemos, Pedro J. 

827. Along the Road. 

Lum, Bertha. 

828. Aoyago. 

829. Through the Night. 

830. Rainy Twilight. 

Breyfogle, John Winstanley. 

831. The Rain. 

Lum, Bertha. 

832. Fox Women. 

833. Magic Carpet, 

834. Theatre Street, Yokohama. 

835. Winter. 

836. Bamboo Road. 

837. Evening. 
Rubins, H. W. 

838. Chicago River. 

Levy, Beatrice S. 

839. Central Park Impression, New York. 

Baumann, Gustave. 

840. Town of Nashville. 

841. In the Hills of Brown. 

842. Mathis Alley. 

843. Courthouse Yard. 

844. The Door Yards. 

Nahl, Perham W. 

845. Evening. 
Colwell, Elizabeth. 

846. The Lake in Winter. 
Senseney, George. 

847. Chapel at Montarlot. 
Martinez, Xavier. 

848. Valkyrie of the Sea. 
Senseney, George. 

849. Fisherwomen of Etaples. 

850. Court of the Grey Hounds. 

851. Old Foot Bridge. 

852. An Archway. 

853. Devout Woman. 
Griffith, Louis Oscar. 

854. Sardine Boats, Concarneau. 
Martinez, Xavier. 

855. California Landscape. 

856. Peace. 
Griffith, Louis Oscar. 

857. Winter. 
Patterson, Margaret. 

858. Le Pouldu, Brittany. 

859. The Hyer's House, Chatham. 
Pearson, Ralph M. 

860. Moonlight, Pont de 1'Arche. 
Patterson, Margaret. 

861. The Tall Trees. 

862. The S"wan. 
Gilmore, Ada. 

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Hyde, Helen. 

864. Cherry-Rain. 

865. An Interlude, Mexico. 
86(5. The Family Umbrella. 

867. Going to Market. 

868. In Their Holiday Clothes. 

869. A Summer Shower. 

870. The Sacred Calf, Agra, India. 

871. The Bath. 

872. The Sauce - Pan Shop, Soochow, 

China. 
Isabelle C. 
Cathedral, Ronda, Spain. 

874. Market Place, Pont Aven, Bretagne. 

Paulus, Francis Petrus. 

875. Fish Market, Bruges, No. 1. 

De Cordoba, Mathilde. 

876. Gilbert Simon. 

Paulus, Francis Petrus. 

877. Fish Market, Bruges, No. 2. 

Squire, Maud H. 

878. Two Women. 

879. Market. 

880. Girl with a Basket. 

881. Mother. 

882. Sisters. 

883. Woman and Child. 

884. The Portrait. 

885. The Dispute. 

886. On the Quai. 
De Cordoba, Mathilde. 

887. Child with a Bottle. 

888. Jacqueline. 
Westrum, Anni von. 

889. Birches. 

De Cordoba, Mathilde. 

890. Boy Blue. 
Paulus, Francis Petrus. 

891. Belfry of Bruges. 
Williams, J. Scott. 

892. In September. 
Cotton, John Wesley. 

893. A Cornish Lugger. 

894. Pont St. Boniface, Bruges. 
Hopkins, Edna Boies. 

895. Phlox. 

896. Eucalyptus. 
Baumann, Gustave. 

897. Washington Barnes' Cabin. 
Hopkins, Edna Boies. 

898. Purple Daisy. 
Levy, Beatrice S. 

899. Song of SHimmer. 
King, Charles B. 

900. Amsterdam. 

901. Grand Canal. 
Nordfeldt. Bror J. 

902. The Piano. 
Cotton, John Wesley. 

903. Belfry of Bruges. 
Baumann, Gustave. 

904. Peach and Plum Bloom. 
King, Charles B. 

905. Rainy Day, Fifth Avenue. 
Congdon, Thomas R. 

906. Pont Neuf (color). 
Hopkins, Edna Boies. 

907. Zinnia. 
Levy, Beatrice S. 

908. Rainy Night. 
Hopkins, Edna Boies. 

909. Bramble. 

910. Veronica. 
Baumann, Gustave. 

911. Harden Hollow. 



Wright, Margaret Hardon. 

912. Courtyard, Taormina. 
Colwell, Elizabeth. 

913. The Sea from Penobscot Light- 

house. 

Sawyer, Phil. 

914. Whiskers. 

915. The White House (color). 

916. Mike. 

SCULPTURE. 
Akeley, Carl E. 

917. Lion and Buffalo. 
Hyatt, Anna Vaughan. 

918. Fighting Elephants. 

GALLERY THIRTY-FIVE. 
PAINTINGS. 

Pearce, Charles Sprague. 

919. Beheading of John the Baptist. 

Lent by Art Institute of Chicago 
Fuller, Henry B. 

920. Triumph of Truth over Error. 

SCULPTURE. 

Dallin, Cyrus Edwin. 

921. Chief Antelope. 

922. Washakie. 

923. On the War Path. 
Ward, John Quincy Adams. 

924. General Hancock. 
Proctor, A. Phimister. 

925. Indian on Horse. 
Dallin, Cyrus Edwin. 

926. Pretty Eagle. 

927. Appeal to the Great Spirit. 

928. Cayuse at the Spring. 
Proctor, A. Phimister. 

929. Lions. 
Dallin, Cyrus Edwin. 

930. Lincoln. 

931. Passing of the Red Man. 

GALLERY THIRTY- SIX. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Umstaetter, Nellv Littlehale. 
9?,'2. The Golden Pine. 

933. Old Thorn Trees. 

934. Takesago. 

935. The White Birch. 
Nunn, Frederic. 

936. Harbor in Winter. 
Schuster, Donna. 

937. Concert in the Court of the Four 

Seasons. 

938. Construction Work to the South of 

the Tower of Jewels. 
Zimmerman, M. W. 

939. The Chalet at Night. 
Nunn, Frederic. 

940. Sand and Sea. 
Schuster, Donna. 

941. Construction Work to the South of 

the Tower of Jewels. 
Umbstaetter, Nelly Littlehale. 

942. The Woods. 

943. An Opal Day. 
Heil, Charles Emile. 

944. Young Catbird. 

945. Bluejay. 

946. Black-cap Chickadee. 
Youner, Arthur. 

947. Mother Jones. 

948. Pit and Dome. 
Betts. Anna Whelan. 

949. At the Window. 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Shinn, Everett. 

950. The Shop Window. 
Dull, John J. 

951. Winter Landscape: No. 1. 
Davis, Stuart. 

952. The River. 
Shinn, Everett. 

953. The Yellow Dancer. 
Dull, John J. 

954. Winter Landscape: No. 4. 

955. Winter Landscape: No. 8. 
Shinn, Everett. 

956. The Funny Man. 
Dull, John J. 

957. Winter Landscape: No. 1. 
Shinn, Everett. 

958. Waiting. 

959. Stage. 
Davis, Stuart. 

960. The Fog. 
Sprinchorn, Carl. 

961. Woman with Fan. 

962. Youth. 

963. Dancers. 

964. Drawing. 

965. Dancer. 

966. Sea God. 

967. Young Woman. 

968. Drawing. 

969. Masquerade. 
Jakobi, Ruth. 

970. City Square. 

971. Reaping. 
Sprinchorn, Carl. 

972. Man with Dagger. 
Jakobi, Ruth. 

973. Brooklyn Bridge. 
Taylor, Charles J. 

974. Rankin Mills. 
Wieczorek, Max. 

975. Mother and Child. 
Taylor, Charles J. 

976. Monongahela from S'oho Hill. 
Wieczorek, Max. 

977. Mrs. John P. Jones. 
Taylor, Charles J. 

978. Coming from Work. 
Wieczorek, Max. 

979. Young Girl. 
Mathews, Lucia K. 

980. Monterey Pine. 
Magonigle, Edith M. 

981. The Secret Garden. 
Taylor, Charles J. 

982. Mills at Swissvale. 
Mielziner, Leo. 

983. Mrs. Herbert Baer. 
Taylor, Charles J. 

984. The Blowout : Soho. 
Sandona, Matteo. 

985. Studies of Miss H. M. Sullivan. 
Taylor, Charles J. 

986. Pittsburgh from the Golf Club. 
Fortune, E. Charlton. 

987. Betty. 
Jakobi, Ruth. 

988. Towards Evening. 

989. Atlantic City. 

990. On the Sand. 

991. Silent Street. 

992. The Beach. 

993. Water Front. 
English, Frank F. 

994. River Wensum : Norwich. 

995. A Home at Brookville. 



English, Frank F. (Continued). 

996. Millbank: Upper Derby. 

997. Folly Bridge: Oxford. 

998. A Delaware Village. 

999. A Summer Evening. 

1000. A Mill on Cobb's Creek. 

1001. Yarmouth. 

1002. Cobb's Creek. 

1003. Norwich. 

Londoner, Amy. 

1004. Cripple Creek. 

1005. The Fairy Tale. 
1000. The Bathers. 

1007. Park Bench. 

1008. Boardwalk: Atlantic City. 

1009. Woman in Black. 

1010. Trees and Mountains. 

1011. A Strange House. 

Maury, Cornelia F. 

1012. One Shoe Off. 
Boynton, Ray S. 

1013. Eve. 

1014. A Boy. 
Burnham, Anita Willets. 

1015. Twenty-first Chapter of Job. 
Shinn, Everett. 

1016. 18th Century (Red Chalk). 

1017. Red Chalk No. 2. 

1018. Going to the Fire. 

1019. Red Chalk No. 1. 
Lichtenauer, J. Mortimer. 

1020. Study for Harris Theater. 
Boynton, Ray S. 

1021. Venus. 
Burnham, Anita Willets. 

1022. Day Dreaming. 

1023. Napping. 
Zorach, Marguerite. 

1024. Spring. 

1025. The Earth. 
Little, John Wesley. 

1026. In Devonshire. 
Murphy, Caroline Bowles. 

1027. In the Azores. 
Macky, E. Spencer. 

1028. Portrait. 
Aiken, Charles A. 

1029. Portrait. 
Murphy, Caroline Bowles. 

303-0. A Cloud. 
Zimmerman, M. W. 

1031. Across the Lake. 
Murphy, Caroline Bowles. 

1032. Hot Springs. 
Macky, E. Spencer. 

1033. Alice. 
Paddock, Ethel Louise. 

1034. Red-Haired Girl. 
Zorach, Marguerite. 

1035. The Waterfall. 

1036. Legend. 
Tapley, J. J. Wooding. 

1037. November. 
Heil, Charles Emile. 

3038. Field Sparrow. 

1039. Chickens. 

3040. Golden-Crowned Kinglet No. 2. 

3041. Phoebe. 

1042. Golden-Crowned Kinglet No. 1. 

1043. Young Bluejay. 
Hurry, Lucy W. 

1044. The Peacock. 

1045. The Concert in the Garden. 

1046. Waiting for the Stagecoach. 
Button, Albert Prentice. 

1047. An October Day. 



UNITED STATES SECTION 



Haworth, Edith. 

3048. Rainy Evening. 

Austin, Amanda P. 

3049. Market Stropf : Pont I'Abho: Brit- 

tany. 

Belcher, Hilda. 

1050. The Little Boston Girl. 

Button, Albert Prentice. 

1051. In the Meadow. 
Belcher, Hilda. 

1052. Day-Dreamer. 
Button, Albert Prentice. 

1053. Ultima Thule. 
Folger, Annie B. 

1054. Passing Cloud Shadows. 
Button, Albert Prentice. 

1055. Girl in Gray. 

1056. Girl of the Desert. 
Sears, Sarah Choate. 

1057. Morning Glories: Bermuda. 
Magonigle, Edith M. 

1058. Linet de Maris. 
Sears, Sarah Choate. 

1059. Hibiscus : Bermuda. 
Magonigle, Edith M. 

1000. The Queen of Hearts. 
Folger, Annie B. 

1001. Sand Dunes. 
Sears, Sarah Choate. 

1062. Pigeon Berries: Bermuda. 
Magonigle, Edith M. 

1063. Vice and Virtue. 
Vogt, Louis C. 

1064. Late Afternoon: Cairo. 

1065. An Old Street: Cairo. 
Folger, Annie B. 

1066. October Hillside: Nantucket, 
Vogt, Louis C. 

3067. Morning: Cairo. 

1068. A Market Place on the Nile. 

1069. Busy Street: Cairo. 
Paddock, Ethel Louise. 

1070. Night. 
Mendenhall, Emma. 

1071. Luxembourg Gardens. 
King. Edith Lawrence. 

3072. Nude. 

1073. On the Beach: Capri. 
Betts, Anna Whelan. 

1074. Coral Beads. 
Wagner, Fred. 

1075. Brooklyn Bridge. 
Young, Arthur. 

1076. Senatorial Courtesy. 
Wagner, Fred. 

1077. Across the Schuylkill. 
Youngr, Arthur. 

1078. The Unemployed. 
Wagner, Fred. 

1079. The Two Bridges. 
Young, Arthur. 

1080. The Supreme Court Obstructs Traf- 

fic. 
Dimock, E. 

1081. Sweat-Shop Girls in the Country. 
Betts. Anna Whelan. 

1082. The Promenade. 
Dimock, E. 

1083. Group. 

3084. East Side School Children. 

3085. Group. 

1086. Group in New England. 

3087. Sweat-Shop Girls in the Country. 



Betts, Anna Whelan. 

1088. Preparations for Bed. 
Wagner, Fred. 

1089. The Yellow Bridgo. 
Young, Arthur. 

1090. Extinct. 
Wagner, Fred. 

1091. Valley of Snow. 
Young, Arthur. 

1092. Love One Another. 
Wagner, Fred. 

1093. The Village: Winter. 
Young, Arthur. 

1094. The Game. 
Betts, Anna Whelan. 

1095. The Candle. 

SCULPTURE. 

Dallin, Cyrus Edwin. 

1096. Appeal to the Great Spirit. 
Doming, Edwin Willard. 

1097. The American Bison. 

GALLERY THIRTY-SEVEN. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Woodbury, Charles H. 

1098. Tropical Sea. 

1099. Monadnock. 

1100. The Tramp Steamer. 
Schmitt, Albert Felix. 

1101. In Wonderland. 
Wnodbury, Charles H. 

3302. Evening. 

1103. Nutmeg Island. 
Prendergast, Maurice B. 

1104. The Beach. 

1105. The Rocks. 

1106. Salute: Venice. 

1107. Canal : Venice. 
3308. Under the Trees. 

1109. The Sea. 
Kaelin, Charles S. 

1110. Rocks and Sea. 

1111. Bits of Snow. 
McCarter, Henry. 

1112. Return from the Foray: Early Ire- 

land. 
Stark, Otto. 

1113. The Gravel Screen. 

1114. Building Operations. 
Kaelin, Charles S. 

1115. Old Mill. 

1116. Boats in Harbor. 
Murphy, Hermann Dudley. 

3337. Fireworks. 

1118. The Sails. 
Pennoyer, Sheldon. 

1119. Trinket Vendor: Frascati. 
Hale, Walter. 

1320. After the Rain: Bayeux. 
Snell, Florence F. 

1121. A Gate of Rothenburg. 

1122. Street in Rothenburg. 
Murphy, Hermann Dudley. 

1123. The Yellow Palace. 
Williams, George Alfred. 

3324. Moonlit Breaker. 

1125. The Drama of Hell: Forest of Souls. 
Camp. Harold M. 

1126. Turn in the River. 
Williams, George Alfred. 

1127. The Witch. 
Weill, Edmond. 

1328. October Haze. 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Williams, George Alfred. 

1129. The Drama of Life: The Plague. 

1130. Afternoon Sea. 
Camp, Harold M. 

1131. Snow Clouds. 
Williams, George Alfred. 

1132. The Idol. 
Murphy, Hermann Dudley. 

1133. Rio San Antonio. 
Williams, George Alfred. 

1134. The Drama of Life. Daughters of 

Man. 

1135. Storm-Cleared Sea. 
Hale, Walter. 

1136. Ruined Castle on the Neckar. 
Kohn, Irma. 

1137. Street in Stratford-on-Avon. 

1138. St. Ives: Lighthouse on the Pier. 
Murphy, Hermann Dudley. 

1139. The Green Door. 

1140. The Salute. 
Pennoyer, Sheldon P. 

1141. Market Scene: Frascati. 
Snell, Florence F. 

1142. Roadside: St. Jean du Doigt. 

1143. Cottages on the Cliff: Polperro. 
Randolph, Lee. 

1144. White Cosmos. 
Everett, Herbert Edward. 

1145. Cottage Garden. 

1146. Garden at Pipestave Hill. 
Finkelnburg, Augusta. 

1147. The Old Homestead. 
Schille, Alice. 

1148. The Pig Market. 
McCarter, Henry. 

1149. Yearly Tribute to the King of Tara. 
Schille, Alice. 

1150. The Other Side of the Circus Wagon. 

1151. St. Germain-des-Pres. 

1152. Saturday Morning. 
Dawson, George Walter. 

1153. Yellow Harrison Roses. 

1154. Rhododendrons. 

1155. Water Lily Among Rushes. 

1156. White Water Lily. 

1157. A New England Garden. 
Schmitt, Albert Felix. 

1158. Peddlers at Gibraltar. 
Dawson, George Walter. 

1159. Rose-Covered Wall: Spain. 

1160. An Old Cottage Rose. 
Schille, Alice. 

1161. The Passing Years. 
Stetson, Charles Walter. 

1162. A Dance at the End of the Dav. 

1163. Girls Under a Tree. 

1164. A Stream in Maremma. 
3165. Landscape. 

1166. Knights on Horseback. 

1167. Near the Edge of the Ancient 

Ground. 
Lathrop, William Langson. 

1168. Golden Afternoon. 

1169. A Grey Day. 
MacGilvary, Norwood. 

1170. June in the Forest. 
Dana, Charles Edmund. 

1171. Treves. 
Lathrop, William Langson. 

1172. Landscape. 
Dana, Charles Edmund. 

1173. Abazzia San Gregorio: Venice. 

1174. St. Augustine: Fribourg. 

1175. Bad-el-Metawaleh: Cairo. 

1176. Bazaar: Gama Ibrahim Aga : Cairo. 



Dana, Charles Edmund (Continued). 

1177. Bazaar Okair Zoht, 

1178. The Canon's House: Gruyeres. 

1179. Morat. 
Cooper, Colin Campbell. 

11 SO. The White House. 
3181. A Salem Residence. 

1182. Mountains at Gruyeres: Switzer- 

land. 
MacGilvary, Norwood. 

1183. Autumn Idyl. 
Conant, Lucy Scarborough. 

1184. The Silver Lakes of the Engudine. 

1185. The Beloved Pine: Campfer. 

1186. The Matterhorn. 

1187. The Sella Joch: Dolomites. 

1188. The Jungfrau at Noon. 

1189. Piz Languard from Rosegg Valley. 
Schille, Alice. 

1190. The Gardener's Cottage. 

MINIATURES. 

Luke, Kathryn Logan. 

1191. The Little French Model. 
Moeller, Selma M. D. 

1192. Miss Stein. 
Ludovici, Alice E. 

1193. Portrait of Miss Ludovici. 
Moeller, Selma M. D. 

1194. Annette. 
Kindlund, Anne Belle Wing. 

1195. Love. 
Moeller, Selma M. D. 

1196. Portrait. 
Kindlund, Anna Belle Wing. 

1197. Lady in Black. 
Luke, Kathryn Logan. 

1198. Portrait of Mrs. Philip Campbell. 
Kindlund, Anne Belle Wing. 

1199. Madeline Dabo. 
Patterson, Rebecca Burd Peale. 

1200. George Jr. 
Henderson, A. Elizabeth. 

1201. The Daily Chapter. 
Clement, Catherine. 

1202. Portrait. 
Henderson, A. Elizabeth. 

1203. The Violin. 
Foote, Josephine J. 

1204. Junior. 
Hooper, Rosa. 

1205. Doesn't Your Mamma Wash Your 

Face? 

1206. A Frenchman. 
Henderson, A. Elizabeth. 

1207. Lessons. 
Hooper, Rosa. 

1208. Grandfather. 
Bodine, Helen. 

1209. Portrait. 

Boyle, Sarah Yocum McFadden. 

1210. Maid Marion. 

1211. Portrait of Dr. William M. McFad- 

den. 
Harland, Mary. 

1212. Italian Fisherman. 
Bodine, Helen. 

1213'. Inseparable. 
Boyle, Sarah Yocum McFadden. 

1214. Peggie. 
Jay, Cecil. 

1215. Maternity. 
Montizambert, Beatrice. 

1216. Blue, Green and Gold. 



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39 



Jay, Cecil. 

1217. Maternity. 

1218. The Love Letter. 

1219. Maternity. 

1220. Dancing Bacchante. 
Montizambert, Beatrice. 

1221. Orange Tulips. 
Mundy, Ethel Frances. 

1222. Mr. F. A. Saundcrs. 
Tingley, Blanche. 

1223. Josephine Summer. 
Mundy, Ethel Frances. 

1224. Margaret Mundy. 
3225. Sally Cameron. 

Paice, Philip Stuart. 

1226. Me and Pussy. 
Mundy, Ethel Frances. 

1227. Miss Ruth Wales. 
Wells, Alice Rushmore. 

1228. Miss Natalie Peck. 
Macsoud, Nicholas S. 

1229. Portrait of Julius A. Gross, Esq. 
Wells, Alice Rushmore. 

1230. Portrait. 
Packard, Mabel. 

1231. Portrait, Miss P. 
Macsoud, Nicholas S. 

1232. Portrait of a Boy. 
Coolidge, Bertha. 

1233. Portrait of Miss Gertrude Fiske. 
Macsoud, Nicholas S. 

1234. Portrait of Miss Theresa Borman. 
Packard, Mabel. 

1235. Study of a Head. 
Coolidge, Bertha. 

1230. Portrait of a Russian Girl. 

1237. Woman in White. 
Macsoud, Nicholas S. 

1238. Portrait of My Mother. 
Coolidge, Bertha. 

1239. Portrait of Mrs. R. 

1240. Portrait of Miss E. L. V. 
Stanton, Lucy M. 

1241. Mrs. Hunnicutt. 
Hudspeth, R. N. 

1242. Miss Dorithy Dodge. 
Stanton, Lucy M. 

1243. Mr. Joel Chandler Harris. 

1244. Aunt Liza. 

1245. A Scheme in Blue and White. 
Hudspeth. R. N. 

1246. Rev. Canon Tremayne. 
Stanton, Lucy M. 

1247. An Old Woman. 
Durkee, Helen Winslow. 

1248. Portrait of Miss D. 

1249. A Study. 

1250. William Ives, Esq. 

1251. Still Life. 

1252. Margaret. 

1253. Portrait, 

1254. Hilda. 

1255. Kadidje. 

1256. The Spanish Shawl. 

1257. Still Life. 

1258. Bather. 

1259. Autumn. 

1260. The Flowered Dress. 
Kelly, Hannah R. 

1261. When Roses Bloom. 
Wagner, Frank Hugh. 

1262. Mary Alice. 

1263. Portrait of Mr. G. 
Waterbury, Laura Prather. 

1264. Portrait of Miss Nina Clay. 



Ring, 
i^n^ 



Alice Blair. 
1265. Miniature No. 1. 



Mitchell, Eleanor B. 

1266. Cleaning the Fish. 

1267. Study of Lamplight. 

1268. Portrait. 

Ring, Alice Blair. 

1269. Miniature No. 2. 
Mott- Smith, May. 

1270. Sea Foam. 
Ring, Alice Blair. 

1271. Miniature No. 3. 
Waterbury, Laura Prather. 

1272. General W. R. Shafter. 
Mitchell, Eleanor B. 

1273. Portrait. 
Mott-Smith, May. 

1274. Portrait of a Woman. 

1275. Miniature. 
Lewis, Helen V. 

1276. Miss Whitelaw. 

1277. An American. 

1278. Portrait of an Actor. 

1279. Miss Madge Kennedy. 

1280. Miss H. Draper. 

1281. Katherine. 

1282. The Fichu. 

1283. Miss Lakeman. 

1284. Editha. 

1285. Portrait of C. R, Baxter, Esq. 

Howard, Clara E. 

1286. Cadet. 
Barnes, Gertrude J. 

1287. Girl with Persian Cat. 
Simpson, Edna Huestis. 

1288. Outdoor Sketch. 

1289. The Green Gown. 

1290. Mrs. Mortimer Anstice. 
Murray, Grace H. 

1291. Portrait of Mrs. II. L. W. 
Simpson, Edna Huestis. 

1292. The Pool. 

1293. Mrs. Frank Laurence Stiles. 
Tyler, Carolyn D. 

1294. Jeanette. 
Murray, Grace H. 

1295. Miniature Study. 
Tyler, Carolyn D. 

1296. Master Robert Gibson. 
Hawley, Margaret Foote. 

1297. Portrait of Miss Barbara Quin. 

1298. Portrait of Miss Jean Hooke. 
Fernow, Bernice P. Andrews. 

1299. Childhood. 
Hawley, Margaret Foote. 

1300. Sketch of a Jewish Boy. 
Oliver, Jean Nutting. 

1301. The Shade Hat. 
Fernow, Bernice P. Andrews. 

1302. Pierpont EdAvards Dutchcr: Third. 
Hawley, Margaret Foote. 

1303. Portrait of Clarence Williams. 
Fernow, Bernice P. Andrews. 

1304. Mrs. Charles Palmer. 
Oliver, Jean Nutting. 

1305. Master Aldrich. 
Fernow, Bernice P. Andrews. 

1300. Mrs. E. L. Smith. 
Fenderson, Annie M. 

1307. Portrait of Wilhelmina. 
Longacre, Lydia Eastwick. 

1308. Portrait of Mr. Gino C. Speranza. 
Crowley, Gray Price. 

1309. Mrs. Alfred Gray. 



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Longacre, Lydia Eastwick. 

1310. Miss Helene Pupke. 
MacDougall, John A. 

1311. Dick. 
Hildebrandt, Cornelia Ellis. 

1312. Baby's Head. 
Welch, Katharine G. 

1313. Profile. 
Snead, Louise Willis. 

1314. Portrait of Miss Snead. 

1315. Young Violinist. 
Paxson, Martha K. D. 

1316. Muriel S. 
Snead, Louise Willis. 

1317. Portrait. 
Gale, Harriette Draper. 

1318. Study in Brown. 
Dunlap, William. 

1319. Portrait. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Klein, Lillie V. O'Ryan. 

1320. Portrait of Mrs. Thomas E. Flynn. 
Mclntire, Katharine. 

1321. Portrait of a Man. 
Trott, Benjamin. 

1322. Portrait of Solomon Etting. 

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

1323. President Tyler. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Klein, Lillie V. O'Ryan. 

1324. Mrs. Margaret O'Callaghan. 
Peale, James. 

1325. Portrait of Reuben Etting. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
Staigg, Richard Morrell. 

132G. Portrait of Daniel Webster. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
Klein. Lillie V. O'Ryan. 

1327. Portrait of Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 
Peale. James. 

1328. Portrait of Frances Gratz Etting. 

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

1329. Portrait. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Klein, Lillie V. O'Ryan. 

1330. Portrait of C. E. S. Wood. 
Hurley, Irene Bishop. 

1331. Portrait of Mrs. H. 
Malbone, Edward Greene. 

1332. Portrait of Joseph Marx. 

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

1333. Portrait of a Lady. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Klein, Lillie V. O'Ryan. 

1334. Portrait of William Keith. 
Reid, Jean Arnot. 

1335. Portrait of Lloyd Williams, Esq. 

1336. Belle of 1801. 
Rogers, Mary. 

1337. The Red Hair. 
Purdie, Evelyn. 

1338. An Old Woman. 

1339. Miss Rice. 

1340. Portrait of Nancv. 

1341. Mrs. Oakey. 

1342. Young Girl in Blue. 
Firebaugh, Nettie King. 

1343. Mrs. August Porter. 



Rogers, Mary. 

1344. Anna. 
Firebaugh, Nettie King. 

1345. Professor Joseph Le Conte. 
Reid, Jean Arnot. 

1346. Cecelia. 
Magonigle, Edith M. 

1347. Louis Ayres, Esq. 
Jackson, Annie Hurlburt. 

1348. Lapis Lazuli. 
Magonigle, Edith M. 

1349. Gwendolyn Munroe. 
Jackson, Annie Hurlburt. 

1350. Baby's Head. 
Fairchild, May. 

1351. The Rose. 
Jackson, Annie Hurlburt. 

1352. The Blue Mantle. 

1353. Helen Kreck. 

1354. Mrs. Arthur Pickering Almy. 

1355. Little Newsie. 
Welch, Mabel R. 

1356. Miss Fisher. 
Willsan, Martha B. 

1357. Girl's Profile. 
Welch, Mabel R. 

1358. Miss Barler. 
Lucas, Jean Williams. 

1359. Man with Ruff. 

1360. Miss Agnes Rogers. 
Otis, Amy. 

1361. A College Girl. 
Welch, Mabel R. 

1362. Clorinda. 
Lucas, Jean Williams. 

1303. Paddie Cat and Mistress. 

1364. Alfred Williams Lucas. 
Otis, Amy. 

1365. Portrait of an Artist. 
Willson, Martha B. 

1366. The Lace Cap. 
Lucas. Jean Williams. 

1367. Mrs. Frederick M. Thomas. 

SCULPTURE. 

Dallin, Cyrus Edwin. 

1368. Apache. 

1369. War or Peace? 

GALLERY THIRTY-EIGHT. 
PAINTINGS. 

Dufner, Edward. 

1370. Moonlight on the Lake. 
Oakley, Violet. 

1371. The Divine Comedy of Dante. 

Lent by Robert J. Collier, Esq. 
Sylvester, Frederick O. 

1372. A Mural Painting. 
Curtis, William Fuller. 

1373. The Golden God. 

SCULPTURES AND BAS-RELIEFS ON 
WALLS. 

Recchia, Richard H. 

1374. Bas-relief Portrait: Bela L. Pratt. 
Hering, Henry. 

1375. Portrait Relief: Mr. Evarts Tracy. 
Ladd, Anna Coleman. 

1376. A Roman Lady. 
Pietz, Adam. 

1377. Louis G. Heinze. 
Warner, Olin L. 

1378. The Wood Children. 

Lent by C. E. S 1 . Wood, Esq. 



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41 



Aitken, Robert. 

1379. Outer Darkness. 
Grimes, Frances. 

1380. Mrs. C. H. Crane. 
Hering, Henry. 

l.'iSl. Portrait Relief: Mrs. Tracy Dows. 
Harvey, Eli. 

3382. Lioness Combating. 

1383. Lion Combating. 
Ellerhusen, Ulrich H. 

1384. Relief on Ludeke Monument. 
Hering, Henry. 

1385. Portrait Relief: Stephen II. Olin. 
Recchia, Richard H. 

1380. Bas-relief Portrait: H. E. Smith. 
Mears, Helen Farnsworth. 

1387. Portrait of My Mother. 
Recchia, Richard H. 

1388. Bas-relief Portrait: F. C. Vecchia. 
Mazur, Wladyslaw. 

1380. Portrait. 
Saint Gaudens, Annetta Johnson. 

1390. Edward and John Lancaster Burling. 
Aitken, Robert. 

1391. Model: Commemorative Medal : Pan- 

ama - Pacific International Exposi- 
tion : Obverse. 

1392. Model: Commemorative Medal : Pan- 

ama - Pacific International Exposi- 
tion : Reverse. 
Brenner, Victor D. 

1393. Dr. Emily Blackwell. 
Maznr, Wladyslaw. 

1394. Coquetry. 
Neilsen, M. P. 

1395. Double Medallion: Louis and Han- 

nah Shoenfeld. 
Johnson, Grace Mott. 

1396. Chimpanzees. 
Warner, Olin L. 

1397. Cupid and Psyche. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 
Recchia, Richard H. 

1398. Bas-relief Portrait: George Guest. 
Warner, Olin L. 

1399. Chief Joseph: Chief of the Nez 

Perce Indians. Medallion. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 
Saint Ganders, Annetta Johnson. 

1400. Carlota Saint-Gaudens. 

MEDALS. 
Werdt, Julia M. Bracken. 

H' Medal: Chicago Society of Artists. 

1402. Mode Wineman. 
Wrierht, Alice Morgan. 

1403. Pastorale No. 2. 

1404. Portrait of President Seelye. 
Wendt, Julia M. Bracken. 

1405. Life Saver. 
Wrierht, Alice Morgan. 

1400. Pastorale No. 3 

1407. Pastorale No. 1. 
Wendt, Julia M. Bracken. 

1408. Carl Oscar Borg. 
Saint Gaudens, Louis. 

1409. Medallion Baby. 
Sneden, Eleanor Antoinette. 

1410. Portrait of a Woman. 
Saint Gaudens, Louis. 

1411. Franklin Medal. 
Kimball, Isabel Moore. 

1412. Portrait Placquette. 
Dallin, Cyrus E. 

1413. Indian Archer. 



Sneden, Eleanor Antoinette. 

1414. Portrait of a Boy. 
Mott-Smith, May. 

1415. Diana. 
Kimball, Isabel Moore. 

14K5. Portrait Medallion. 
Bishop, Emily Clayton. 

1417. The Finish. 

1418. Study No. I. 

1419. The Bacchic Dancer. 

1420. Portrait of Margaret Tew. 

1421. Study No. III. 

1422. The Greek Maiden's Dance, of Joy. 

1423. Study No. II. 

1424. Portrait. 
Warrer, Olin L. 

1425. Sabina. 

1426. Lot: Chief of the Spokanes. 

1427. Young Chief: Cayuse Indian. 

1428. Yatin-Ee-Ah-Witz: Chief of the 

Cayuses. 

1429. N-Che-Ask-We: Chief of the Coeur 

d'Alenes. 

1430. Nanny Moale Wood. 

1431. Seltice. 
Washburn, Mary. 

1432. The Philosopher. 
Warner, Olin L. 

1433. C. E. S. Wood. 
Washburn. Mary. 

1434. The Infant. 
Warner, Olin L. 

1435. Maxwell Wood. 
Wpshburn. Mary. 

1436. Ernest. 
Warner, Olin L. 

1437. Chief Moses: Sulku-Tash-Kosha. 
W?shhurn. Mary. 

1438. My Mother. 
Grimes, Frances. 

143"9. Joseph Parsons. 

1440. Mrs. Joseph Parsons. 

1441. Mrs. George Parsons. 

1442. Georee Forman Goodyear. 

1443. Arthur Whiting. 
Saint Gaudens, Louis. 

1444. Medallion Portrait. 
Burnham, Roger Noble. 

1445. University of California Medal: Ob- 

verse. 

1446. University of California Medal: Re- 

verse. 
Miller. J. Maxwell. 

1447. Portrait Heads: Obverse. 

1448. Portrait Heads: Reverse. 
Burnham, Roger Noble. 

1449. Eleanor Waring Burnham. 
Weinert, Albert. 

1450. Miss Helen Dodd. 
Miller, J. Maxwell. 

1451. William Sidney Thayer. 
Burnham, Roger Noble. 

1452. Betty. 

1453. Johann Ernest Perabo. 
Miller. J. Maxwell. 

1454. Jubilee Medal: James, Cardinal Gib- 

bons: Obverse. 

1455. Jubilee Medal: James, Cardinal Gib- 

bons: Reverse. 
Saint Gaudens, Annetta Johnson. 

1456. Medallion: L. St. G. 
Ushor. Leila. 

1457. William Austin Cannon. 

1458. Robert Underwood. 

1459. Adolnh Kanitz. 

1460. Francis James Child. 

1461. Bas-relief of a Child. 



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Usher, Leila ( C'oiit inued ) . 

1462. Susan B. Anthony: Obverse. 

1463. Susan B. Anthony: Reverse. 

1464. Girl of Palermo. 

1465. Maria Montessori. 

1466. Charles Elliot Norton. 

1467. Taorminese Girl. 
Schweizer, J. Otto. 

1468. Fred Slncher. 
Corbett, Gail Sherman. 

1469. Walden. 

1470. Frederick Coe Sherman. 
Schweizer, J. Otto. 

1471. Portrait of George Linden. 
Bush-Brown, H. K. 

1472. Newburgh Medal : Obverse. 

1473. Newburgh Medal : Reverse. 
Schweizer, J. Otto. 

1474. Portrait of the Artist's Mother. 

1475. Alexander the Great. 
Corbett, Gail Sherman. 

1476. John Newbold Hazard. 

1477. Emma J. O. Sherman. 
Schweizer, J. Otto. 

1478. Portrait of S. Wier Mitchell. 
Corbett, Gail Sherman. 

1479. Jean. 
Spicer-Simson, T. 

1480. Mrs. Edward Newell. 

1481. Public Welfare: Obverse. 

1482. Public Welfare: Reverse. 

1483. Miss Hilda Schmidt. 

1484. Mrs. F. S. James. 

1485. Ex-President William Howard Taft. 

1486. Mrs. Daniel Fairchild. 

1487. General Horace Porter. 

1488. Mrs. F. T. Blakeman. 

1489. Mrs. E. Mudocce and B. Edwards. 

1490. Mrs. C. Dewey Hilles. 

1491. John B White. 

1492. Captain Rostrom. 
149.,. George F. Watts. 

1494. George Meredith. 

1495. Alexander Agassiz. 

1496. Admiral Sir Wilmot Hawksworth. 

1497. H. M. S. Good Hope: Reverse, Ad- 

miral Hawksworth. 
Brenner, Victor D. 

1498. Hygiene : Obverse. 

1499. Hygiene : Reverse. 
IHOO. Lincoln Plaque. 

1501. Whistler: Obverse. 

1502. Whistler: Reverse. 



Frederick Samuel Talmage. 

1504. Motherhood : Obverse. 

1505. Motherhood : Reverse. 
Scirdder, Janet. 

1506. Fahnestock Medallion. 
Brenner, Victor D. 

1507. Lincoln Medal : Obverse. 

1508. Lincoln Medal: Reverse. 

1509. Carl Schurz: Obverse. 

1510. Carl Schurz: Reverse. 

1511. Washington Irving. 

1512. William H. Welch. 

SCULPTURE. 
Kemeys, Edward. 

1513. Buffalo and Wolves. 

GALLEEY THIRTY-NINE. 

DRAWINGS. 
Hamilton, John McLure. 

1514. After the Ball. 

1515. Portrait Sketch. 

1516. The Coquette. 

1517. Half Hour Before Dinner. 

1518. Meditation. 

1519. Reverie. 

1520. The Mirror. 



Hamilton, John McLure (Continued). 

1521. The Wind. 

1522. Girl Yawning. 

1523. Sketch. 

1524. The Mincing Maid. 

1525. Sketch. 
152(5. Drawing. 

1527. The Empty Bed. 

1528. The Dancer. 

1529. Drawing. 

1530. I Won't! 

1531. Resignation. 

1532. Flirtation. 

1533. The Tulle Sleeve. 

1534. Chagrin. 
153'5. Drawing. 

1536. Binding Her Tresses. 

1537. Sheffield Plate. 

1538. Changeable Taffeta. 

1539. The Debutante. 

1540. Interested. 

1541. The Victory. 

1542. King's Cream Pony. 

1543. King's Cream Pony. 

1544. King's Cream Pony. 

1545. Kinsr's Cream Pony. 

1546. Royal Coach. 

1547. Qui Vive! 

1548. Girl Stretching. 

MEDALS. 

Hering, Henry. 

1549. Model for Scarsdale Golf and Coun- 

try Club Medal: Obverse. 

1550. Stephen Henry Olin: Obverse. 
3551. Evarts Tracy. 

1552. Medal: American Institute of Archi- 

tects: Reverse. 

1553. Medal: Panama-Pacific International 

Exposition. 

1554. Scarsdale Golf and Country Club 

Medal : Obverse. 

1555. Scarsdale Golf and Country Club 

Medal : Reverse. 

1556. Huntington Wolcott Jackson. 

1557. Charles Albert Coffin. 

1558. Medal: American Institute of Archi- 

tects : Obverse. 

1559. Alice Olin Dows and Stephen Olin 

Dows. 

1560. Stephen Henry Olin: Reverse. 

1561. Model for S'carsdale Golf and Coun- 

try Club Medal : Reverse. 

Sawyer, Edward W. 

1562. Ba-haw : Arapahoe. 

1563. Naiche: Apache. 

1564. Han-Ni-Ait. 

1565. Ne Aie Ta Ha Wa. 

1566. Esh Sha a Nish Is. 

1567. Ho Tua Hwe Ko Mas. 

1568. Ma Ki Na Ko. 

1569. Nogo To Mah. 

1570. Chief Che Ho Ni. 

1571. Timbo. 

1572. Tah Do Ni Pper. 

1573. Ma Si Ni. 

1574. Be Sha E Chi E Di Esha. 

1575. Curley: Custer Scout. 

1576. Ech Spa Di E Ash. 

1577. Be Me Tha. 

1578. On Ah Shin Nin Nah. 

1579. Chief Tja Yo Ni. 

1580. Sota. 

1581. Nol To I. 

1582. Est Zan Lopa. 

1583. Sunka Hanska, 

1584. Hunpe Ka. 

1585. Kah Wall Se. 

1586. See Hah. 

1587. Sah Cooh Ru Tu Ree Hoo. 

1588. Stah Pe U. 

1589. Pee Ru Ths. 

1590. Ne I So Meh. 

1591. Chief To Wak Oni Jim. 



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43 



Ryden, Henning. 

1592. Charles Dickens. 

1508. Medal: Inauguration, 1913. 

1594. Medal: The American Carnation So- 

ciety. 
Bateman, John M. 

1595. Model: Official Entrance Badge: 

Panama-Pacific International Expo- 
sition. 

Ryden, Henning. 

1596. Medal: American Institute of Chem- 

ical Engineers. 

1597. The Dorner Memorial Medal. 

1598. The Horticultural Society of Chi- 

cago. 
MacNeil, Hermon A. 

1599. Pan-American Medal of Award: Re- 

verse. 

10<)0. Pan-American Medal of Award: Ob- 
verse. 
Pietz. Adam. 

1C01. Stephen Girard. 
Gelert, Johannes. 

1002. Denmark Medal: Reverse. 

1603. Denmark Medal: Obverse. 
Hill, Clara. 

1604. Frederick Bruce Kelham. 
Pietz. Adam. 

1005. Dorothy. 

1606. Helen. 
MacNeil, Hermon A. 

1607. Medal of Honor, Architectural League 

of New York : Reverse. 

1608. Medal of Honor, Architectural League 

of New York: Obverse. 
Pietz, Adam. 

1609. Maurits Leefson. 
Fraser, James Earle. 

1610. David Barnard Ericson. 

1611. Medallion No. 2. 

1612. Pan - American Exposition Special 

Medal of Honor: Reverse. 

1613. Portrait Plaque No. 3. 

1614. Chicken. 

1615. Medallion No. 1. 

1616. Pan - American Exposition Special 

Medal of Honor: Obverse. 

1617. Portrait Plaque No. 2. 

1618. Plaque: Flora and Sonny-Boy Whit- 

ney. 

1619. Medal No. 1. 

1620. Portrait Plaque No. 1 
1021. Planue. 

1622. Medal No. 3. 

1623. Medal No. 2. 

1624. Plaque. 

1625. Horatio Hathaway Brewster. 
Brooks, Richard E. 

1626. Cameron and Grace. 
1027. Medallion Portrait No 1 

1628. Wm. Brown Cogswell 

1629. Medallion Portrait. 
Macintosh, William W. 

1630. Portrait of Mrs. L. C. M. 
Brooks, Richard E. 

1631. Margaret, Cyrus and Raymond. 
'>2. Susan J. PTenry. 

1633. Medallion Portrait No 

163f. Mary S. Lyman. 

1635. Henry. 
Flanagan, John. 

1626. Portrait Medallion No. 7. 

1637. Captain Henry Rostron: Obverse. 

638. Edward Guthrie Kennedy: Observe. 

1639. Medal : Essex Agricultural Society 

of Massachusetts: Reverse 

1640. Ethel 

1641. Walt Whitman 

1642. Barr Ferree. 



Flanagan, John (Contimied). 

1643. Captain Henry Rostron: Reverse. 

1644. Edward Guthrie Kennedy: Reverse. 

1645. Medal: Essex Agricultural Society 

of Massachusetts: Obverse. 

1646. The Delver. 
Weinman, Adolph A. 

1647. Charles Keck. 

1648. The Edison Medal. 

1649. Medal: American Institute of Archi- 

tects : Obverse. 

1650. Julius Theodore Melchers. 

1651. Bronze Medal: Louisiana Purchase 

Exposition. 

1652. Louise Hettinger: Plaque. 

1653. Medal for Life Saving. 

1654. Medal: American Institute of Archi- 

tects: Reverse. 

1655. Charles Yoce Harvey. 

1656. Grand Prize: Louisiana Purchase 

Exposition. 

1657. Medal. 

1658. Dorothy. 

1659. Louise Hettinger: Medal. 

1660. Plaque No. 1. 

1661. Medal: National Institute of Arts 

and Letters: Obverse. 

1662. U. S. Medal for Life Saving on Rail- 

roads. 

1663. Portrait Plaque. 

1664. Alice Helen Hettinger. 

1665. Medallion: Portrait of Child. 

1666. Plaque No. 2. 

1667. Medal: National Institute of Arts 

and Letters: Reverse. 

1668. Catharina Weinman. 
Flanagan, John. 

1669. Portrait Plaque No. 2. 

1670. Portrait Medallion No. 5. 

1671. Portrait Medallion No. 4. 

1672. Medal: Massachusetts Horticultural 

Society: Obverse. 

1673. Medal: The Pennsylvania Society: 

Reverse. 

1674. Maud Doering. 

1675. Phoebe Apperson Hearst. 

1676. Agnes Lane, Phoebe Apperson Hearst 

and Anne Drucilla Apperson. 

1677. Medal : Massachusetts Horticul- 

tural Society: Reverse. 

1678. Medal: The Pennsylvania Society: 

Observe. 

1679. Portrait Medallion No. 3. 

1680. Portrait Medallion No. 6. 

1681. Frederick James Gregg. 

1682. Medallion Portrait No. 1. 

1683. Andre Saglio. 

1684. Hudson-Fulton Medal: Reverse. 
16^5. Wilson Nesbit Benson. 

166. Portrait Plaque No. 1. 
1687. Medal: The Numismatic and Anti- 
quarian Society of Philadelphia. 
1fi8. Daniel Garrison Brinton. 

1689. Medal: The Academy of Natural 

Sciences of Philadelphia : Obverse. 

1690. Medal: The Academy of Natural 

Sciences of Philadelphia : Reverse. 

1691. Medallion. 

1692. Tolstoy. 

1R93. Medallion Portrait No. 2. 

1694. Hudson-Fulton Medal : Obverse. 

1695. Hortense Leonore Mitchell. 

SCULPTURE. 
Harvey, Eli. 

1696. Adonis: Young Greyhound. 

GALLERY FORTY. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 
Giichrist, Wallace W. Jr. 

1697. A Quiet Sea. 

1698. Twin Bimhes. 

1699. Rocks: The Maine Coast. 



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Gilchrist, Wallace W. Jr. (Continued). 

1700. The Fish Dock. 

1701. Incoming TioVe. 

1702. Towards the S'un. 

Hopkinson, Charles. 

1703. Effect of Light. 

1704. Effect of Light. 

Hallowell, George Hawley. 

1705. Wood's Lake. 
Warren, Harold B. 

1706. Autumn. 
Hopkinson, Charles. 

1707. Effect of Light. 

1708. Effect of Light. 
Robinson, Alexander. 

1709. Arrival of the Feluccas: Spanish 

Coast. 

1710. Damascus Tale: The Incredulous 

Mulattoes. 

1711. Hadi Ben Hassan of Bagdad. 

1712. Arab Girls. 

1713. The Daughter of the Khalif: De- 

sign in Red and Gold. 

1714. Market: Tetuen: Morocco. 

1715. Tangier. 

1716. Persian Romance: The Mockers. 
Hale, Lilian Westcott. 

1717. China Asters. 

1718. Bleeding Hearts. 
Hale, Philip Leslie. 

1719. Autumn Fruits. 
Hale, Lilian Westcott. 

1720. Gardenia Rose. 
Hale, Philip Leslie. 

1721. A Passing Hour. 

1722. Lilies of the Madonna. 

1723. Wistaria and the Mysterious Miss 

Wistar. 
Hale. Lilian Westcott. 

1724. Portrait of Nancy. 

1725. Madonna Lilies. 

1726. Anernonies. 
Boone, Cora. 

1727. Cinerarias. 
Milne. David. 

1728. Broken Color. 

1729. Black and White No. 1. 

1730. Tricolor. 

1731. Bronx Snow. 

1732. Interior New York Public Library. 

1733. Dots and Dashes. 

1734. Black and White No. 2. 
Hallowell, George Hawley. 

1735. The Logan. 

1736. The Snow Path. 

1737. The Driving Pitch. 

1738. New Hampshire Snow. 

1739. Island Lake. 

1740. The Choppers. 
Byrem, Arthur. 

1741. A Fountain in Lugo. 

1742. The Bishop's Well: Palencia, 

1743. Cathedral Silhouette: Saragossa. 

1744. An Old Palace in Avila. 

1745. Tarragona Cathedral Seen From the 

Cloister. 

1746. A Toledan Tenement. 

1747. Vigo From the Bay. 

1748. Patio in an Old Posada in Alcala. 
Turner, Boss Sterling. 

1749. The Rover. 
Prestos, May Wilson. 

1750. Drawing No. 5. 

1751. Drawing No. 1. 

1752. Drawing No. 4. 

1753. Drawing No. 3. 

1754. Drawing No. 6. 

1755. Drawing No. 2. 



Guerin, Jules. 

1756. Cairo: The Blue Mosque. 
Gallagher, Sears. 

1757. From the Bridge. 
Moser, James Henry. 

1758. November Sunset : Canaan Moun 

tain. 
Sears, Taber. 

1759. The Arab Merchant. 
Moser, James Henry. 

1760. Pond Hill in October. 
Chandler, H. C. 

1761. Nevada Desert. 
Moser, James Henry. 

1762. October in Cornwall. 
Sears, Taber. 

1763. York Cathedral. 
Guerin, Jules. 

1764. The Mosque of Sulieman: Constan 

tinople. 

1765. Pigeon Mosque: Constantinople. 

1766. Evub on the Golden Horn. 

1767. The Three Wise Men. 

1768. A Bazaar: Constantinople. 

1769. Temple of Sunium. 
Moser, James Henry. 

1770. Showery Weather: Adirondacks. 
Sears, Taber. 

1771. Harbor of St. George. 
Moser, James Henry. 

1772. Overlook Mountain: Catskills. 
Gray. Percy. 

1773. Out of the Desert: Oregon. 
Moser, James Henrv. 

1774. Fog Lifting. 
Sears. Taber. 

1775. Bridge of the C'anonica : Venice. 
Guerin, Jules. 

1776. Landscape near Siena. 
Snell. Henry B. 

1777. The Passinsr Steamer. 
Turner, Ross Sterling. 

1778. Le Soleil Royal. 

MINIATURES. 

Sawyer, Edith. 

1779. Mrs. Andrew Sawyer. 
17RO. Freddv. 

1781. Miss Katharine Ecob. 
Melcher, Bertha Corbett. 

1782. A Mountain Lassie. 
Sawyer, Myra L. 

1783. In a White Cap. 
Bonsall, Marv W. 

1784. Study of Old Man. 
Waring, Leila. 

1785. Mrs. T. Malbone Waring. 
Washington, Elizabeth F. 

1786. The First Parasol. 
MeJcher, Bertha Corbett. 

1787. My Daughter Charlotte. 
Sawyer, Myra L. 

1788. Portrait of An Old Man. 
Herr. Margaret. 

1789. Portrait of Miss Dougal. 
Washington, Elizabeth F. 

1790. Nancy. 
Herr. Margaret. 

1791. Malvina. 
Washington. Elizabeth F. 

1792. Abdul Baha. 
Carew, Bertha. 

1793. The Late Archbishop Corrigan. 



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Bushuell, Adelyn. 

1704. Portrait of An Old Man. 
Whittemore, William John. 

1795. Baby's Head. 
Souder, Mary Einard. 

1706. Portrait of a Girl. 
Siboni, Emma B. 

1707. Little Miss Mary Armes. 
Souder, Mary Einard. 

1708. Portrait of a Girl. 
Whittemore, William John. 

1700. In the Nursery. 

1800. Portrait of Father and Mother. 
Young, Mattie. 

1801. Sister. 
Baxter, Martha Wheeler. 

1802. Boy Driving. 

1803. Portrait of Miss T. 
Wood, Kathryn Leone. 

1804. Mother. 
Baxter, Martha Wheeler. 

1805. Theodore. 
1800. My Mother. 

1807. The Peacock Fan. 
Chase. Lila. 

1808. Portrait, 

1809. Elizabeth. 
Lynch, Anna. 

1810. Marion Stanton. 
Evans, Frances. 

1811. Portrait. 
Lynch, Anna. 

1812. Portrait of Henrietta E. Countiss. 
Stream, Maria Judson. 

1813. Boy in Pierrot Costume. 
Searle. Alice T. 

1814. Leslie Hall. 
Stream, Maria Judson. 

1815. Dorothy. 

1810. Portrait of Miss Alexander. 

1817. William. 

1818. Portrait. 

1810. Mrs. W. B. McKennan. 

1820. Girl in Gray Coat. 
Wolcott, Katherine. 

1821. On the Dunes. 
Casterton, Eda Nomoede. 

1822. Miss Pauline Batchelder. 
Johnson, Harry L. 

1823. Mother and Child. 

1824. Early Spring: Rose Valley. 

1825. Wind in the Clouds. 
1820. Charybdis. 

1827. The Inquiry. 

1828. Moon Before Sundown. 

1829. The Garden. 
Harper, Marian Dunlap. 

1830. Miss G. 

1831. My Dear. 
Bliss, Alma Hersig. 

1832. An Italian Child. 

1833. Study. 
Ahrens, Ellen Wetherald. 

1834. Miss G. C. 
Williams, Alyn. 

1835. Tiger Lily. 
Ahrens, Ellen Wetherald. 

1830. A Brown Study. 

1837. Little Bert. 
Clark, Harriette A. 

1838. Constance E. Fairchild. 

1839. Mme. Sherry. 
Williams, Alyn. 

1840. The Cardinal. 
Clark, Harriette A. 

1841. Mrs. Lefevre. 



Price, Eugenia. 

1842. Portrait: Mary Angell. 
Williams, Alyn. 

1843. Mrs. Nicholas Longworth. 
Hunter, Sara Katherine. 

1844. Study of a Head. 
Price, Eugenia. 

1845. The Spirit of Autumn. 
Phillips, Caroline King. 

1840. Miss Elizabeth Johnson. 

1847. Mrs. W. S. Burgess. 
Lowdon, Elsie Motz. 

1848. Portrait of D. B. C. 
Taylor, Minnie C. 

1849. Robie. 
Phillips, Caroline King. 

1850. Graham Newell-Fitch. 
Taylor, Minnie C. 

1851. Portrait. 
Phillips, Caroline King. 

1852. Colonel Graham Denby Fitch. 

1853. Miss Carol S. Johnson. 
Bush, Ella Shepard. 

1854. Balaustion. 

1855. A Kappa of Washington. 
Cross, Sally. 

1850. Mrs. Quincy. 

1857. Portrait: Miss Lilian Gardener. 

1858. Portrait of Miss Turner. 
Bell. Clara Louise. 

1859. Little Girl with the Curls. 

Cross, Sally. 

1800. Miss Dora Wetherbee. 

1801. Portrait of Miss McKay and Peter. 

1802. Portrait of Olin Downes, Esq. 

Bell, Clara Louise. 
1863. Elizabeth. 

Bush, Ella Shepard. 

1804. A Fairy Tale Princess. 
Shepard, Clare. 

1805. David. 

1866. Suzanne. 

1867. The Golden Girl. 

1868. Kathleen. 
Pattee, Elsie Dodge. 

1809. The Little Embroiderer. 
Shepard, Clare. 

1870. Betrothed of the Raven. 

1871. Mrs. C. 
Pattee, Elsie Dodge. 

1872. The Yellow Book. 

1873. The Pink Scarf. 
Shepard, Clare. 

1874. Bertha. 
Pattee, Elsie Dodge. 

1875. At the Window. 
Shepard, Clare. 

1876. The Pale Flower. 

1877. Mary. 
Foresman, Alie. 

1878. Portrait: Irish Rose. 

1879. Portrait. 
Shepard, Clare. 

1880. Miss Fisken. 
Bush-Brown, Margaret Lesley. 

1881. Portrait of Moncure D. Conway. 
Mitchell, Laura M. D. 

1882. Study in Miniature. 
Myrick, Katharine. 

1883. Study. 
Mitchell, Laura M. D. 

1884. My Grandmother. 

1885. Boy With Black Hat. 
1880. Margaret. 



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Bush-Brown, Margaret Lesley. 

1887. The Flute Lesson. 

Hazen, Wilhelmlna. 

1888. Twin Pearls. 

Perrie, Bertha E. 

1889. An English Garden. 

Hasen, Wilhelmina. 

1890. La Senora G. 

1891. Brownie. 

Tuttle, Adrianna. 

1892. Mrs. Charles Sherman Coxe. 

1893. Portrait. 

Mitchell, Laura M. D. 

1894. Old Fashioned Girl. 
Tuttle, Adrianna. 

1895. William Somerset Maugham. 
Perrie, Bertha E. 

1896. A Brittany Peasant Girl. 
Peper, Meta A. 

1897. Portrait of Young Man. 
Heuermann, Magda. 

1898. Franz von Lenbach. 

1899. Miss Virginia. 
Webster, Ethel Felder. 

1900. Susan Kingsley Crawford. 
Cole, George Townsend. 

1901. Mrs. H. 
Webster, Ethel Felder. 

1902. Edith. 

1903. Grandfather. 
Cole, George Townsend. 

1904. Miss Aileen McCarthy. 
Webster, Ethel Felder. 

1905. Louise. 

Cole, George Townsend. 

1906. Mrs. Gregory McLaughlin. 
Heuermann, Magda. 

1907. My Father. 
Peper, Meta A. 

1908. Portrait of Christine Peper. 
Turner, Helen M. 

1909. Mr. Frank Regal. 
Ingersoll, Emma K. H. 

1910. Mary Meigs. 

1911. Baby Dan. 
Turner, Helen M. 

1912. Portrait of Mrs. Sherwood. 
Howland, Allen S. 

1913. Portrait of Miss A. 
Marsh, Alice Randall. 

1914. Michel and Maud Bouvier. 
Howland, Allen S. 

1915. Portrait Study. 
Purefoy, Heslope. 

1916. Jeanette. 
Ingersoll, Emma H. K. 

1917. Portrait Sketch. 
Purefoy, Heslope. 

1918. Portrait Study. 

1919. Miss Clark. 
Marsh, Alice Randall. 

1920. Portrait Sketch of a Russian Girl. 
Redfield, Heloise Guillou. 

1921. Portrait of a Child. 

1922. Robert S. Redfield. 

1923. Lady with Furs. 

1924. Mrs. A. Lesley. 

1925. Mme. Alcide Berthier. 

1926. Mr. Martin Mower 

1927. Miss A. 
Newell, Peter. 

1928. My Daughter. 

1929. Portrait of Miss G. 



Taylor, Emily Drayton. 

1930. Spring. 

1931. Mrs. John Innis Kane. 

1932. Mrs. Paul Mills. 

1933. Miss Corrine B. Freeman. 

1934. Life's Bubbles. 
Baer, William Jacob. 

1935. Young Diana. 
Taylor, Emily Drayton. 

1936. Mrs. Allison. 
Baer, William Jacob. 

1937. Doris. 

1938. Friends. 

1939. Mrs. E. R. Hewitt. 
3940. Primavera. 

1941. Nymph and Cupid. 

1942. The Apple. 

1943. Betty. 

1944. Laodicea. 
Tannahill, Mary H. 

1945. Brothers. 

1946. A Young Mother. 
Hills, Laura Coombs. 

1947. Little Agnes. 

1948. Girl With Violets. 

1949. Miss Margaret Curzon Hale. 

1950. The Nymph. 

1951. Portrait. 

1952. Psyche. 
Tannahill, Mary H. 

1953. Girl With Parrot. 

1954. Jane Chapman. 

Fuller, Lucia Fairchild. 

1955. In the Days of King Arthur. 

Shuttleworth, Claire. 

1956. A Small Boy. 

Fuller, Lucia Fairchild. 

1957. The Girl and the Net. 

Valk, Ella Snowden. 

1958. Dawn. 

Fuller, Lucia Fairchild. 

1959. Portrait of a Child. 
Valk, Ella Snowden. 

1960. Miss Frances Cocke. 
Fuller, Lucia Fairchild. 

1961. Artemidora. 

1962. The Red Flower. 
Saint Gaudens, Carlota. 

1963. Study in Red. 
Springer, Eva. 

1964. La Vieille. 
Beckington, Alice. 

1965. Study in Blues and Greens. 

1966. Portrait of Mr. Lewis. 

1967. The Morning Paper. 

1968. Study of a Head in Shadow. 

1969. Helen. 
Springer, Eva. 

1970. Little Simone. 
Saint Gaudens, Carlota. 

1971. Portrait: Mary Shipman. 
Springer, Eva. 

1972. Italian Girl. 
Becker, Eulabee Dix. 

1973. Philip Dix Becker. 

1974. Mrs. John Graves. 
Kendall, Margaret. 

1975. Spirit of the Woods. 
Becker, Eulabee Dix. 

1976. Portrait of Esther Hoyt. 
Kendall, Margaret. 

1977. Three Little Sisters. 

1978. Bruno and His Mistress. 

1979. Miss Helen Huntington. 

1980. In the Brook. 



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47 



Archambault, A. Margaretta. 

1981. Miss Clementine Dalcour. 

1982. Miss M. Smith. 

1983. Jacqueline. 

1984. Miss Frances Brock. 
Jamar, S. Corinne. 

1985. Bob. 

SCULPTURE. 

French, Daniel Chester. 

1986. Study of a Head. 
Stackpole, Ralph W. 

1987. Charles Frederick Holder. 

GALLERY FORTY-ONE. 

The paintings and drawings by Howard Pyle 
in Galleries Forty-one and Forty-two, select- 
ed from the Memorial Collection of the artist's 
work belonging to the Wilmington Society 
of the Fine Arts, are lent by that Society. 

Pyle, Howard. 

1988 to 2052. Drawings. 

SCULPTURE. 

Borglum, Solon H. 

205?>'. Washington of 1753. 

GALLERY FORTY-TWO. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Pyle, Howard. 

2054. Battle of Yorktown. 

2055. Inauguration of Washington. 

2056. Dividing the Treasure. 

2057. Captain Kidd. 

2058. La Salle Before Louis XIV. 

2059. Atlas and Hercules. 

2060. Lord of the Earth. 

2061. Suicide. 

2062. The Tory. 

2063. Magic Harper. 

2064. Battle of Germantown. 

2065. Lexington. 

2066. Sack of Carthagena. 

2067. Grasshopper and Ant. 

2068. Fleur-de-lis. 

2069. Thomas Jefferson. 

2070. The Galleon. 

2071. The Buccaneers. 

2072. Washington's Retreat. 

2073. Evacuation of Charleston. 

2074. Spanish Dancer. 

2075. Loot. 

2076. Burning Ship. 

2077. Girl With Silver Veil. 

2078. Fair Suppliant. 

2079. Fight in Forest. 

2080. The Diplomats. 

2081. The Spies. 

2082. Meeting of Green and Gates. 

2083. Battle of Bunker Hill. 

2084. By Land and Sea No. 7. 

2085. By Land and Sea No. 6. 

2086. Modern Sindbad No. 3. 

2087. Modern Sindbad No. 2. 

2088. Modern Sindbad No. 1. 

2089. The Artist. 

2090. Flying Dutchman. 

2091. Modern Sindbad No. 5. 

2092. Second Class Passenger. 

2093. Modern Sindbad No. 6. 

2094. Modern Sindbad No. 4. 

2095. By Land and Sea No. 8. 

2096. By Land and Sea No. 5. 

SCULPTURE. 

Piccirilli, Attilio. 

2097. Head of a Girl. 

2098. Head of a Boy. 



GALLERY FORTY-THREE. 
PAINTINGS. 

DuMond, Frederic Melville. 

2099. Sea Carvings. 

Quinlan, Will J. 

2100. Mt. Rainier From Pinnacle Peak. 

Dixon, Maynard. 

2101. The Palomino Mare. 
, Margaret Fuller. 

2102. The Silver Bowl. 
Pfeiffen, Justus. 

2103. Central Park. 
Ufer, Walter. 

2104. Rosa C'ota of San Juan Pueblo. 
De Wentworth, Cecile. 

2105. Portrait of William Howard Taft. 
Ufer, Walter. 

2106. A Daughter of San Juan Pueblo. 
Hazelton, Mary Brewster. 

2107. The Letter. 
Ufer, Walter. 

2108. Taos Indian in Corn Field. 
Doming, Edwin Willard. 

2109. Prayer to the Manes of the Dead. 
Ericson, David. 

2110. The Late Tea. 
Ames, Blanche. 

2111. Pauline. 
Dixon, Maynard. 

2112. Navajo Women. 
DuMond, Frederic Melville. 

2113. Raton Pass. 

2114. Hoss Tradin' on the Reservation. 

2115. 1849. 

2116. Portrait Sketch of Babette de 

Cernoe. 
Randolph, Lee. 

2117. Winter: Northern France. 

2118. The Grape Vine. 
Paddock, Josephine. 

2119. The Blue Feather. 
Dirks, Rudolph. 

2120. Clearing Land. 

2121. Head of Old Dutchman. 
Waite, Emily Burling. 

2122. A Morning in September. 
Dunlap, Helena. 

2123. The Senor's Garden. 
Dillaye, Blanche. 

2124. The God of Good Fortune. 
Dirks, Rudolph. 

2125. The Boatman. 
Selden, Dixie. 

2126. Bunker's Hill, St. Ives. 
Tucker, Allen. 

2127. The Ice Storm. 
Paddock, Josephine. 

2128. Youth. 
Smith, Howard Everett. 

2129. The Convalescent. 
Ramsey, Charles F. 

2130. A Garden. 
Hinkle, Clarence K. 

2131. Portrait. 
Schmitt, Albert Felix. 

2132. Blue and Gold. 
Vivian, Calthea. 

213*3. Moonlight: S*t. Francis Sutter Park. 
Williamson, Ada C. 

2134. Baby in a French Cap. 
Levy, William Auerbach. 

2135. Normandy Fishermen. 



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Jones, Leon Foster. 

2136. Long Island Tillage. 
Stoddard, Alice Kent. 

2137. The White Waist. 
Brumback, Louise Upton. 

2138. High Tide on the Beach. 
Groll, Albert Lorey. 

2139. Lake Louise. 
James, William. 

2140. Portrait Study. 
Beaumont, Lilian Adele. 

2141. The Satin Gown. 
Sohier, Alice Buggies. 

2142. Reminiscence. 
Lilje strom, Gustav F. 

2143. Vishnu Temple: Grand Canyon. 
Nahl, Perham W. 

2144. Despair. 
Perry, Lilla Cabot. 

2145. My Lamb. 
Cuneo, Rinaldo. 

2146. Notre Dame: Paris. 
Wuerpel, Edmund H. 

2147. The Sheltered Bay. 

2148. Gathering Clouds. 

2149. An Evening Symphony. 

2150. The Call of Lingering Day. 

2151. Late Afternoon. 

2152. Harmony in Brown. 

SCULPTURE. 

Mora, Joseph J. 

2153. Scratching a Twister. 
Putnam, Brenda. 

2154. The Parting. 

GALLERY FORTY-FOUR. 

PAINTINGS. 
Foote, Mary. 

2155. Mrs. John Carpenter. 
Watrous, Harry Willson. 

2156. He Stood in the Moonlight. 
Nunn, Frederic. 

2157. A Seaside Roost. 
Whiteman, S. Edwin. 

2158. Summer Breeze. 
Anshutz, Thomas P. 

2159. Portrait of a Little Girl. 

Lent by Mrs. John E. D. Trask. 
Woodward, William. 

2160. Old Cabildo: New Orleans. 
Macrum, George H. 

2161. The Towering City. 
Fournier, Alexis Jean. 

2162. Peaceful Night on the Seine. 
Foote, Mary. 

2163. Portrait of August Jaccaci, Esq. 
De Voll, F. Usher. 

2164. East River: New York: Winter, 
von Schlegell, Gustav. 

2165. Positana: Lemon Vine. 
Murphy, Herman Dudley. 

2166. Venetian Brocade. 
Churchill, W. W. 

2167. The Manuscript. 
Dufner, Edward. 

2168. Reflections. 
Schmitt, Albert Felix. 

2169. On the River Bank. 
Churchill, W. W. 

2170. The Model. 
Nettleton, Walter. 

2171. When Sleeping Winter Dreams of 

Summer Sides. 



Dufner, Edward. 

2172. Summer Evening. 
Foote, Will Howe. 

2173. Gloucester Harbor. 
Churchill, W. W. 

2174. Pouring Tea. 
Maynard, Richard F. 

2175. In and Out of An Oval Mirror. 
Roecker, H. Leon. 

2176. Calves Resting. 
Meakin, L. H. 

2177. Rocky Mountain Valley. 
Potthast, Edward Henry. 

2178. The Illecilewaet Glacier. 
Kirkpatrick, William A. 

2179. Pleasing Reflections. 
Millar, Addison T. 

2180. Storm Warning. 
Bartlett, Frederic Clay. 

2181. Spring Recess. 
Puthuff, Hanson. 

2182. Home of the Ranger. 
Clarkson, Ralph. 

2183. Portrait of E. G. Keith, Esq. 
Olinsky, Ivan G. 

2184. Two Girls. 
Perrine, Van Dearing. 

2185. Children of the Wind. 
Puthuff, Hanson. 

2186. Gray Day in Summer. 
Cox, Louise. 

2187. Mayflowers. 

Lent by the National Gallery. 
Cadenasso, Giuseppe. 

2188. The Reflection. 
Steele, Theodore C. 

2189. The Hill Country. 
Braun, Maurice. 

2190. The Hillside, Morning. 
Steele, Zulma. 

2191. Nature's Tapestry. 
Dunlap, Helena. 

2192. The Dressing Table. 
Seyffert, Leopold. 

2193. Juan. 
Forsyth, William. 

2194. The Red Hill. 
Cucu'el, Edward. 

2195. The Bath. 
Seyffert, Leopold. 

2196. Tired Out. 
Brown, Benjamin Chambers. 

2197. Cliffs: Golden Gate. 
Gilchrist, W. W. Jr. 

2198. The Old Gold Screen. 
Cucuel, Edward. 

2199. The Girl in Yellow. 
Conant, Marjorie. 

2200. Late Afternoon. 
Seyffert, Leopold. 

2201. Julian. 
Rose, Guy. 

2202. November Twilight. 

SCULPTURE. 

Weinman, Adolph. 

2203. Lectern for Clark Memorial Chapel. 

GALLERY FORTY-FIVE. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

King, Paul. 

2204. Snug Harbor. 



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49 



Browne, George Elmer. 

2205. Port of Sottomarina. 
Reid, Robert. 

2206. The Gold Fish. 
Kronberg, Louis. 

2207. The Visitor. 
Sartain, William. 

2208. Along the Stream. 

2209. Jersey Sand Dunes. 
Grover, Oliver Dennett. 

2210. Ponte Vecchio: Florence. 
Reid, Robert. 

2211. The Japanese Screen. 

Lent by Spencer Kellogg Jr., 

Esq. 
Mora, F. Luis. 

2212. Black, Grey and Rose. 
Peyraud, Frank C. 

2213. Summer Evening. 
Congdon, Thomas R. 

2214. The Greenroom. 
Young, Charles Morris. 

2215. My House in Winter. 

2216. Winter Afternoon. 

2217. The Red Mill. 
Lie, Jonas. 

2218. Palms in Wind. 
Vonnoh, Robert. 

2219. Portrait: Daniel Chester French. 
Walcott, Harry Mills. 

2220. The Children's Cotillion. 
Young, Charles Morris. 

2221. Winter Landscape With Crows. 
Anderson, Karl. 

2222. Fireflies. 
Young, Charles Morris. 

2223. Farm House in Winter. 

2224. The Gray Mill. 
Boynton, Ray S. 

2225. Spokane Valley. 
Griffiin, Walter. 

2226. May Morning. 

2227. Springtime. 

2228. Bridge : Venice. 
Eaton, Charles Warren. 

2229. Summer Night: Lake Como. 
Griffin, Walter. 

2230. Grand Canal: Venice No. 1. 

2231. Late Afternoon: Breton Village. 

2232. Zattere : Venice. 
Potthast, Edward Henry. 

2233. Peace and Quiet. 
Griffin, Walter. 

2234. Church of S. Trovaso: Venice. 

2235. Grand Canal: Venice No. 2. 
Harrison, Birge. 

2236. White Wings. 
Vonnoh, Robert. 

2237. Fantasy: Blue and Yellow. 
De Voll, F. Usher. 

2238. The White City. 
Harrison, Birge. 

2239. The Red Saw Mill. 

2240. The Tow on the Lake. 
Hopkins, James R. 

2241. Memories. 
Harrison, Birge. 

2242. Evening in Philadelphia. 
Hopkins, James R. 

2243. Mandarin Blue. 
Reid. Robert. 

2244. Autumn. 
Rook, Edward F. 

2245. Dish of Fruit, 



2253. 
0054. 

2255'. 
2256. 
2257. 
2258. 
2259. 
2260. 



Sartain, William. 

2246. Along the Loing. 

SCULPTURE. 

Hoard, Margaret. 

2247. The Old Woman. 
Fromen, Agnes Volborg. 

2248. The Last of His Tribe. 
Roth, Frederick G. R. 

2249. The Booklover. 

2250. Polar Bear. 
Seal. 

Hippopotamus. 
Calf. 

Polar Bear. 

Tug of War. 

Equestrienne. 

Sea Lion. 

The Baker. 

The Candlestickmakcr. 

The Butcher. 

GALLERY FORTY-SIX. 

PAINTINGS. 
Addams, Inez. 

2261. Portrait Study. 
Higgins, Eugene. 

2262. The Strange Land. 
Donoho, Ruger. 

2263. Wind Flowers. 

2264. A Garden. 
DuMond, Helen Savier. 

2265. Southern France. 

2266. An Arm of the Mediterranean. 
Gilchrist, Wallace W. Jr. 

2267. Girl in Pink. 
Donoho, Ruger. 

2268. A Veil of Leaves. 

2269. The Rose Terrace. 
Addams, Inez. 

2270. Daphne. 
Whitney, Beatrice. 

2271. Odalisque. 
Hazelton. Mary Brewster. 

2272. Reverie. 
Reuterdahl, Henry. 

2273. S'kyscrapers. 
Coffin. William Anderson. 

2274. September Afternoon. 
DuMond, Frank Vincent. 

2275. May Bloom. 

2276. Gray Newfoundland. 
Addams, Inez. 

2277. The Death of Lucrece. 
Boston, Joseph H. 

2278. Mount Hamlin. 
DuMond, Frank Vincent. 

2279. The Bathers. 

2280. July Afternoon. 
Reuterdahl, Henry. 

2281. Hudson in Winter. 
Coffin, William Anderson., 

2282. A March Evening. 
Cole, Thomas Casilear. 

2283. Portrait of a Lady. 
Stacey, Anna Lee. 

2284. In Furs. 
Bower, Alexander. 

2285. The White Shore. 
Roth. Ernest D. 

2286. A Winter Landscape. 
Baker. Samuel Burtis. 

2287. Portrait of Miss Marion Howard. 
DuMond, Frank Vincent. 

2288. The Elopers. 

2289. The Fairy Tale. 



50 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE AETS 



Coffin, William Anderson. 

2290. Early Morning in May. 
Albert, Ernest. 

2291. Ten Above Zero. 
Sohier, Alice Buggies. 

2292. Giovanna. 
Borie, Adolphe. 

2293. Spring. 

2294. A Woman Pensive. 
Grabach, John B. 

2295. Banks of the Connecticut River. 
Macky, E. Spencer. 

2290. Mother and Child. 
Van Laer, Alexander T. 

2297. November Afternoon. 
Coolidge, M. Bosamond. 

2298. Portrait: Miss S. 
Brownell, Matilda. 

2299. Girl in the Chinese Porcelain Room. 
Addams, Clifford. 

2300. Sadness. 

2301. The Lady of the Five Marks. 
Butler, Edward B. 

2302. The Brook. 
Murphy, Ada Clifford. 

2303. Sweet Apples. 
Page, Marie Danforth. 

2304. Portrait of Anna Coleman Ladd. 
Waite, Emily Burling. 

2305. Tijmentje Cleaning Brass. 

SCULPTUBE. 

Eberle, Abastenia St. Leger. 

2306. Bacchanale. 
Young, Mahonri M. 

2307. Day Dreams. 

GALLEBY FOBTY-SEVEN. 
PAINTINGS. 

Hopkins, James B. 

2308. Frivolity. 
Grossmann, Edwin Booth. 

2309. Still Life. 
Kronberg, Louis. 

2310. Ballet Girl in Green. 
Bittinger, Charles. 

2311. The Library of the Prince: Ver- 

sailles. 
Groll, Albert Lorey. 

2312. Arizona Desert. 
Buehr, Karl Albert. 

2313. A Pledge of Love. 
Ashley, Clifford W. 

2314. Chase of the Bowhead Whale. 
Baphael, Joseph. 

2315. Belgian Farm. 

2316. Environs of Brussels. 
Bobinson, William S. 

2317. June Idyl. 
Hopkins, James B. 

2318. Beside the Lake. 
Schmidt, Karl. 

2319. The Great Pacific. 
Gustin, Paul M. 

2320. November Evening: Puget Sound. 
Neuhaus, Eugen. 

2321. Plowing at Ingleside. 

2322. Monterey Dunes. 
Blumenschein, Ernest L. 

2323. The Peacemaker. 
Dickman, Charles J. 

2324. Picardy Fisher Folk. 
Groll, Albert Lorey. 

2325. Peace : Hopiland. 



Neuhaus, Eugen. 

2326. A Corner of Lake Merced. 

2327. Eucalypti at Berkeley Hills. 
Blumenschein, Ernest L. 

2328. Wise Man: Warrior: Youth. 
Gustin, Paul Morgan. 

2329. The Cascades From Pyramid Park. 
Boynton, Bay S. 

2330. Vanity. 

2331. Young Diana. 
Blumenschein, Mary Greene. 

2332. The Fan. 
Poore, Henry E. 

2333. Twilight on the Moor. 
Miller, Bichard E. 

2334. Nude. 
Adams, J. Ottis. 

2335. Winter Morning. 

Lent by the Muncie Art Associa- 
tion. 
Gustin, Paul Morgan. 

2336. Mount Rainier. 

2337. Great Cloud. 
Cooper, Colin Campbell. 

2338. Fifth Avenue: New York. 
Gustin, Paul Morgan. 

2339. Mountain Snowfields. 
Cooper, Colin Campbell. 

2340. Beauvais Cathedral. 
Dickman, Charles J. 

2341. Dawn. 
Eobinson, William S. 

2342. Laurel Blossoms. 
Cooper, Colin Campbell. 

2343. Bowling Green: New York. 
Couse, E. Irving. 

2344. Twilight: Taos Pueblo. 
Albright, Adam Emory. 

2345. The Hill Road. 

SCULPTUBE. 
Hering, Henry. 

2346. Bust of Augustus Saint Gaudens. 
Salvatore, Victor D. 

2347. Head of Old Lady. 

GALLEBY FOBTY-EIGHT. 

PAINTINGS. 
Nordell, Carl J. 

2348. The Chinese Beads. 
Potthast, Edward H. 

2349. A Rift in the Clouds. 
Troccoli, Giovanni Battista. 

2350. Portrait of Mr. Ferry. 
Titcomb, M. Bradish. 

2351. Summer Girls. 
Parshall, De Witt. 

2352. The Hermit Creek Canyon. 
Bittinger, Charles. 

2353. After Supper. 
Troccoli, Giovanni Battista. 

2354. Portrait of Mrs. Brinckerhoff. 
Bosenthal, Albert. 

2355. The Millinery. 

2356. Mrs. Albert Rosenthal. 
Powell, Arthur J. E. 

2357. Bronx Hills. 
Eosenthal, Albert. 

2358. Dr. J. Cheston Morris. 

Lent by Laurence Johnson Mor- 
ris, Esq. 
Vonnoh, Eobert. 

2359. Bridge at Grez. 
Jones, Francis C. 

2360. The Divan. 



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51 



Clarke, Thomas Shields. 

2361. The Dawn of New Life. 
Volkert, Edward C. 

2362. Winter Evening: Connecticut. 
Juergens, Alfred. 

2363. Garden Flowers. 
Watrous, Harry Willson. 

2364. The Bursting of the Bubble. 
De Jong, Betty. 

2365. Beatrix. 
Book, Edward F. 

2366. Snow: Ice and Foam. 
Steele, Theodore C. 

2367. November Afternoon. 
Rrsenthal. Albert. 

2368. Helene. 
Troccoli, Giovanni Battista. 

2369. Woman With a Handkerchief. 
Parshall, De Witt. 

2370. Great Abyss. 
Ferguson, Nancy M. 

2371. A Rural Lane. 
Bosenthal, Albert. 

2372. Alberta Uhle-Smith. 
Troccoli, Giovanni Battista. 

2373. New England Woman. 
Book. Edward F. 

2374. Laurel. 
Ebert. Charles. 

2375. Monhegan Headlands. 
Yates. Cullen. 

2376. November Snow. 

2377. Spring. 
Frieseke, Frederic Carl. 

2378. Sleep. 
Calipa, I. H. 

2379. Autumn. 
Mazzanovich, Laurence. 

2380. Grey Glow. 
Fourmer, Alexis Jean. 

2381. Morning in Venice. 
Raphael, Joseph. 

2382. Market Day on the Canal. 

SCULPTUBE. 

Bumsey, Charles Gary. 

23-83. Hound. 

2384. Horse and Man Drinking. 

2385. Study for Centaur. 

2386. Scratching Dog. 

2387. Lion Cub. 

2388. C'alf and Colt. 

2389. Stone Bull. 

GALLEBY FOBTY-NINE. 
PAINTINGS AND DBAWINGS. 

Trvon. Dwight W. 

2390. Twilight : Autumn. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

2391. An Evening in May. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

2392. Early Night. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

2393. Sunset Before Storm. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

2394. Autumn. 

2395. Night: The Sea. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

2396. The Sea: East Wind. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 



Tryon, Dwight W. (Continued). 

2397. Autumn Morning. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

2398. Evening : September. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

2399. Afternoon : October. 

2400. Moonlight. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 
Collection. 

2401. The Farm: Moonlight. 

2402. Moonlight on the Water. 

2403. The Sea: Freshening Breeze. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 

Collection. 
Hamilton, John McLure. 

2404. Gladstone at Hawarden. 
Messer, Edmund Clarence. 

2405. Blue Ridge. 
Weir, J. Alden. 

2406. Constructing a Dam. 

2407. Midsummer. 

2408. The Hunters' Moon. 

2409. The Oak. 

2410. Danbury Hills. 

2411. White Oaks. 

2412. Old Norwich Town: Connecticut. 

Hamilton, J. McLure. 

2413. Joseph Pennell. 
Redmond, Granville. 

2414. Lifting Fog. 
Olson. Albert Byron. 

2415. Still Life. 
Neuhaus, Eugen. 

2416. Cliffs at Westport. 
Hamilton, J. McLure. 

2417. My Mother. 
MacGilvary, Norwood. 

2418. The Voices of Dreams. 
Neuhaus, Eugen. 

2419. Helvetia Cemetery. 
Hamilton, J. McLure. 

2420. Sir Archibald Glikic. 
Redmond. Granville. 

2421. Solitude. 

Weir. J. Alden. 

2422. A New England Rye Field. 

2423. Plaza: Noctxirne. 

2424. In the Woods. 

2425. Portrait. 

2426. Towards Queensburgh Bridge: Noc- 

turne. 

2427. June. 

GALLEBY FIFTY. 

PAINTINGS. 
Neilson, Baymond P. B. 

2428. A Glass of Wine. 
Wessel, Herman H. 

2429. The Harbor: He aux Moines. 
Murphy, Hermann Dudlev. 

2430. Morro Castle: San Juan. 
Irvine, Wilson. 

2431. The Chasm. 
Kendall, Sergeant. 

2432. Reflection. 
Preston, James. 

2433. Landscape. 
Murphy, Hermann Dudley. 

2434. Wind. 
Cornover, Paul. 

2435. Old New York. 
Kronberg. Louis. 

2436. Preparing for the Dance. 
Murphy, Hermann Dudley. 

2437. In the Azores. 



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Bremer, Anne M. 

2438. Gladiolas. 
Kendall, Sergeant. 

2439. Phantasmata. 
Kronberg, Louis. 

2440. The Exercise. 
Hansen, Armin C. 

2441. The Belated Boat. 
Kendall, Sergeant. 

2442. Alison. 

2443. Devotion. 
Hurley, Edward Timothy. 

2444. Murmuring. 
Breyfogle, John Winstanley, 

2445. The Serpent. 

Lent by William H. Fox, Esq. 
Lathrop, William Langson. 

2446. Summer Afternoon. 
Granville-Smith, Walter. 

2447. Clearing Mists. 
Nelson, Bruce. 

2448. The Golden Shore. 
Noyes, George L. 

2449. Mount Lafayette. 
De Jong, Betty. 

2450. Portrait of Miss Isabella P. 
Kendall, Sergeant. 

2451. Venetian Brocade. 
Carlson, John F. 

2452. Frost Bound. 
Ryden, Henning. 

2453. Return of the Boats. 
Bredin, R. Sloan. 

2454. The Farm. 
Granville-Smith, Walter. 

2455. Queen's Lace. 
Lathrop, William Langson. 

2456. Coming Storm. 

Lent by Mrs. George Ellery 

Woods. 
Caser, Ettore. 

2457. Old Venice. 
McEwen, Walter. 

2458. Vanity. 
Eaton, Charles Warren. 

2459. The Shawangunk Valley. 
Lathrop, William Langson. 

2460. The Canal. 

Lent by George Coffing Warner, 

Esq. 
Lippincott, William H. 

2461. Love Finds the Way. 
Dunlap, Helena. 

2462. Mountain Cottages. 

SCULPTURE. 

Kendall, Sergeant. 

2463. Elizabeth. 

2464. Breton Girl. 

2465. Quest. 

GALLERY FIFTY-ONE. 
PAINTINGS. 

Glackens, William J. 

2466. Green Car. 
Carles, Arthur B. 

2467. Repose. 
Glackens, William J. 

2468. Family Group. 

2469. Woman With Apple. 

2470. Girls Bathing. 
Carles, Arthur B. 

2471. Torso. 



Eorie, Adolphe. 

2472. Nude. 
Wagner, Fred. 

2473. Winter Evening. 
Anshutz, Thomas P. 

2474. The Incense Burner. 

Lent by Dr. Charles W. Gessler. 
Yarrow, William H. K. 

2475. Still Life. 

Breckenridge, Hugh H. 

2476. Bowl of Fruit. 

2477. Tapestry and Fruit. 

2478. The Open Garden. 

2479. Studio Interior: The Tapestried 

Wall. 

2480. White Vase. 

2481. Still Life: Blue and Gold. 

2482. Corner of the Garden. 

2483. Studio Interior: Chinese Jar. 

2484. Italian Pitcher and Fruit. 

2485. The Curio Window. 

Sloan, John. 

2486. Gloucester Harbor. 
Henri, Robert. 

2487. Chinese Lady. 
Woolf, S. J. 

2488. The Underworld. 
Henri. Robert. 

2489. Himself. 
Bryant, Everett L. 

2490. Wild Honeysuckle. 
Henri, Robert. 

2491. Odalisque. 
Bryant, Everett L. 

2492. Peonies. 
Henri. Robert. 

2493. Herself. 
Bryant, Everett L. 

2494. Snapdragon and Fan. 

Henri, Robert. 

2495. Yen Tsidi (Ground Sparrow). 
Sloan, John. 

2496. Renganeschis: Sunday Night. 

2497. McSorley's Old Ale-House. 
Henri. Robert. 

2498. Blue Kimono. 
Anshutz, Thomas P. 

2499. A Rose. 

Lent by William S. Pardee, Esq. 

Dougherty, Parke C. 

2500. Mont St. Michel. 
Henri, Robert. 

2501. Lady in Black Velvet. 
Dougherty, Parke C. 

2502. Moonlight. 
Lambert, Gertrude. 

2503*. Black and Green. 
Bryant, Everett L. 

2504. Snapdragon and Fan. 
Glackens, William J. 

2505. Chez Moquin. 
Carles, Arthur B. 

2506. Nude. 
Wagner, Fred. 

2507. Slioveling Snow. 

SCULPTURE. 

Laessle, Albert. 

2508. Chanticleer. 
Grafly, Charles. 

2509. Maidenhood. 
Laessle, Albert. 

2510. Kingfisher. 

2511. Fantail Pigeon. 



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Hyatt, Anna Vaughan. 

2512. Lion and Lioness Group. 
Krupka, Joseph. 

2513. Kiss of the Oceans. 

GALLERY FIFTY-FOUR. 
PAINTINGS. 

Homer, Winslow. 

2514. The Coming Storm. 

Lent by the Lotus Club, New 
York City. 

2515. The Home Signal. 

2516. Sunlight and Shadow . 

2517. Fisherfolks: Tynemouth. 

251 8. A Country Lad. 

2519. Afternoon Fog. 

Lent by John Calvin Stevens, 
Esq. 

2520. The Wreck. 

Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 

2521. Summer Afternoon. 

2522. The Butterfly. 

2523. The Yellow Jacket. 

2524. An Adirondack Lake. 

Lent by Horace C. Henry, Esq. 

2525. Gathering Autumn Leaves. 
Harrison, Alexander. 

2526. Moon Clouds. 
Blakelock, Ralph A. 

2527. Ecstacy. 

Lent by the Hackley Gallery of 

Fine Arts. 
Hunt. William Morris. 

2528. Newtonville, Mass. : Landscape. 
Currier, J. Frank. 

2529. A Munich Boy. 

Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 
Hunt, William Morris. 

2530. Woman's Portrait. 

Lent by Mrs. Inez Gilmore. 
Currier, J. Frank. 

2531. Self Portrait. 

Lent by William M. Chase, Esq. 
Fuller, George. 

2532. A Head. 

Lent by W. B. Ayer, Esq. 
Currier, J. Frank. 

2533. Whistling Boy. 

Lent by the John Herron Art 
Institute. 

2534. A Head. 

Lent by J. Harsen Rhoades, Esq. 
Blakelock. Ralph A. 

2535. Sunset. 

Lent by Henry Smith, Esq. 
Baker, Bliss. 

2536. Landscape: Grez. 

Lent by Horace C. Henry, Esq. 
Hunt, E. Aubrey. 

2537. A Tidal River. 
Bunker, Dennis Miller. 

2538. The Mirror. 

Lent by the Art Club of Phila- 
delphia. 
Inness, George. 

2539. The Clouded Sun. 

Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 
Homer, Winslow. 

2540. The Watermelon Bug. 
Wyant, Alexander H. 

2541. The Windy Day. 

Lent by the Louisville Free Pub- 
lic Library. 
Loeb, Louis. 

2542. The Bud. 

Lent by William Scott Bond, 
Esq. 



Wyant, Alexander H. 

2543. A Mountain Brook. 

Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts 

Academy. 
Isham, Samuel. 

2544. In the Park. 

Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts 

Academy. 
Wyant, Alexander H. 

2545. Afternoon Near Arkville, New York. 

Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 
Loeb, Louis. 

2546. The Peacock. 

Lent by Emanuel Loeb, Esq. 
Inness, George. 

2547. In the Berkshire Hills. 

Lent by the Rhode Island School 

of Design. 
Homer, Winslow. 

2548. Unruly Calf. 

Lent by the Brooklyn Museum. 
Bunker, Dennis Miller. 

2549. Portrait of Miss Anne Page. 

Lent by Miss Anne Page. 
Mura, Frank. 

2550. On the Downs: Sompting. 
Inness, George. 

2551. The Coming Storm. 

Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts 

Academy. 
Muhrmann, H. 

2552. Flower Vendor. 
Fuller, George. 

2553. Lorette. 

Lent by the Corcoran Gallery of 
Art. 

2554. Marguerite. 
Ryder, Albert P. 

2555. Jonah. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 
Kopman, Benjamin D. 

2556. Plucking a Goose. 
Harrison, Alexander. 

2557. S"un Glitter. 

SCULPTURE. 

Grafly, Charles. 

2558. Edward W. Redfteld. 

2559. Joseph R. De Camp. 

2560. Edwin Swift Clymer. 

2561. The Entomologist. 

Lent by Henry L. Viereck, Esq. 

2562. Thomas P. Anshutz. 

Lent by the Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of Fine Arts. 

2563. William M. Paxton. 

GALLERY FIFTY-FIVE. 
PAINTINGS. 

Braun, Maurice. 

2564. Sunlit Hills: Southern California. 
Bosley, Frederick A. 

2565. The Dreamer. 
Harrison, Alexander. 

2566. Wave Glitter. 
Schmauss, Peter. 

2567. Easter. 
Roberts, Alice Mumford. 

2568. Two Vaudeville Stars. 
Berlin, Harry. 

2569. Motherhood. 
Williams, George Alfred. 

2570. The Drama of the Sea: The 

Breakers. 
McCormick, M. Evelyn. 

2571. Old Custom House: Monterey. 



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Barnard, Edward H. 

2572. The Young Oaks: Early August. 

Lent by the St. Botolph Club. 
Bosley, Frederick A. 

2573. Girl Against Chinese Screen. 
Lokke, Marie. 

2574. Portrait of a Child. 
Garrett, Edmund. 

2575. Heart of New England. 
Howe, William Henry. 

2576. Low Lands: Holland. 
Wagner, Robert. 

2577. Portrait of Stewart Edward White. 
Poore, Henry Rankin. 

2578. New England Winter. 
Mannheim, Jean. 

2579. Frolicking Times. 
Edmondson, William J. 

2580. The Garden. 
Hamilton, Wilbur Dean. 

2581. Portrait. 
Schwartz, Andrew T. 

2582. Ice Floe. 
Potthast, Edward H. 

2583. A Holiday. 

2584. The Seaside. 

2585. Splashing. 
Cox, Kenyon. 

2586. Plenty. 

Lent by the National Gallery. 
Ma cram, George H. 

2587. Woolworth Building From West 

Street. 
Pctthast, Edward H. 

2588. A July Day. 

2589. In the Surf. 

2590. Kiddies. 
Lockman, De Witt M. 

2591. Portrait of Miss D. 
Jansson, Alfred. 

2592. Illinois Landscape. 
Fersruson, Nancy M. 

2593'. The Barber Shop. 
Conner, John Ramsey. 

2594. Cottage Interior. 
Curran, Charles C. 

2595. Daffodils. 
Rehn, Frank K. M. 

2596. Where the Waves Sweep. 
Harrison, Alexander. 

2597. Sun : Sea. 
Beckwith. Carroll. 

2598. Portrait of George Coleman, Esq. 
Rich. John H. 

2599. The Blue Kimono. 
Walden, Lionel. 

2600. Scene on the Brittany Coast. 
Ebert. Charles. 

2601. The Fog Bow. 

SCULPTURE. 
Gelert, John. 

2602. Evening Prayer. 
Pope. Alexander. 

2603. Our Vanishing Wild Life. 

GALLERY FIFTY- SIX. 
PAINTINGS. 

Powers, Marion. 

2604. The Bouquet. 
Titcomb, M. Bradish. 

2506. The Distant City. 
Nonrse, Elizabeth. 
2006. Summer. 



Powers, Marion. 

2607. A Tea Party. 
Berninghaus. Oscar E. 

2608. A Southwestern Pueblo. 
Powers, Marion. 

2609. Encore. 
Filemyr, Joseph J. 

2610. The Silent Hour. 
Sharp, Joseph Henry. 

2611. Crucita: Taos Indian Girl. 
Richardson, Mary Curtis. 

2612. The Sleeping Child. 
Waltman, Harry Franklin. 

2613. The Blue Fountain. 
Caser, Ett->re. 

2614. The Fire. 
Hitchcock. George. 

2615. Vanquished. 

2616. In Brabant. 
Breuer, H. J. 

2617. Mount Sir Donald. 
Borg, Carl Oscar. 

2618. Landscape. 
Bacher, Otto H. 

2619. July. 
MacChesney. Clara T. 

2620. After the Bath. 
Hayden, Charles H. 

2621. Landscape. 

Lent by St. Botolph Club. 
Davol, Joseph Benjamin. 

2622. Where Sea and River Meet. 
Berneker, Louis F. 

2623. Coral and Blue. 
Thompson. George Albert. 

2624. February Morning. 
Breuer, H. J. 

2625. Mount Assinaboine. 
Tompkins. Frank H. 

2626. Self Portrait. 
Forsyth, William. 

2627. The Wind From the West. 
Allis. C. Harry. 

2628. Evening: Montreuil. 
Tarfama, F. 

2629. Public Market: Seattle. 
Stokes, Frank Wilbert. 

2630. Belgica Channel. 

2631. Gate of Hades: Sunset Effect: 

Greenland. 

2632. Antartic Glacier: Admiralty Sound. 

2633. Aurora Australis: Antartic Bergs. 

2634. Aurora Borealis: S'ea Ice Fore- 

ground. 

2635. Antartic Afterglow: Admiralty 

Sound. 
Demitig, Edwin Willard. 

2636. Vow of Vengeance. 

SCULPTURE. 

Ward. John Quincv Adams. 

2637. General Washington. 

2638. Simon Kenton. 

GALLERY FIFTY-SEVEN. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Abbev, Edwin A. 
2039. Spring. 

Lent by Thomas L. Mauson, Esq. 

2640. Pavane. 

Lent by Mrs. Whitelaw Reid. 

2641. Gold Net, 

Lent bv Frederick Mead, Esq. 

2642. Drawing No. 5. 

Lent by Mrs. Payne Whitney. 



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55 



Abbey, Edwin A. (Continued). 

2043. The Wind. 

Lent by Samuel T. Peters, Esq. 

2044. The Lesson. 

Lent by Andrew Carnegie, Esq. 

2045. Three Qxieens. 

Lent by Frederick Mead, Esq. 
2040. The Widow. 

Lent by Mrs. Edwin A. Abbey. 

2047. Drawing No. 3. 

Lent by Mrs. Payne Whitney. 

2048. In the Library. 

Lent by Mrs. H. O. Havemeyer. 
2040. Drawing No. 4. 

Lent by Mrs. Payne Whitney. 
20. r 0. Parson Du'nkhardt. 

2051. Drawing No. 2. 

Lent by Mrs. Payne Whitney. 

2052. St. Agnes' Eve. 

2053. The Penance of Eleanor. 

Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 
Carlisle, Mary Helen. 

2054. High Noon: California. 
Abbey, Edwin A. 

2055. The Bird to Others Flew: A Love 

Song. 

Lent by Mrs. H. O. Havemeyer. 
2050. Quince With His Own Hand. 

Lent by Mrs. H. O. Havemeyer. 

2057. The Quiet Life: Illustration for the 

Vicar. 

Lent by Mrs. Howard Mansfield. 

2058. Sally in Our Alley. 

Lent by Mrs. H. O. Havemeyer. 

2059. The Toast. 

Lent by Thomas L. Manson, Esq. 

2000. Sallv in Our Alley. 

Lent by Thomas L. Manson, Esq. 

2001. Drawing No. 1. 

Lent by Mrs. Payne Whitney. 
Robinson, Theodore. 

2002. Port Ben. 

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

2003. The Faggot Gatherer. 

2004. Peeling Apples. 

Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 

2005. Normandy 'Mother. 

Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 
2000. Day Dreams. 

Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 

2007. In the Sun. 

Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 

2008. Le Val Arconville : Eure. 

Lent by the Hillyer Art Gallery, 

Smith College. 
2000. Garden at Giverny. 

Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 

2070. On the Canal. 

Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 
La Farge, John. 

2071. The Hillside Farm. 

2072. Woman Centaur. 

'Lent by the Brooklyn Museum. 

2073. Bishop Berkeley's Rock. 

Lent by Charles De Kay, Esq. 

2074. Portrait of Richard Hunt. 

2075. Our Boatman. 

SCULPTURE. 
Ward, John Quincy Adams. 
2070. Pilgrim: A Sketch. 

2077. Shakespeare. 

GALLERY FIFTY-EIGHT. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 
Johnson, Eastman. 

2078. Henry Codman Potter: Bishop of 

New York. 
Elliott, Charles Loring. 

2070. Portrait of H. W. Hewitt. 

Lent by the Art Institute of 
Chicago. 



Johnson, Eastman. 

2080. Edwin Booth. 

2081. A Drummer Boy. 

Lent by the Union League Club: 

New York City. 
Lewis, Edmund D. 

2082. Upper Delaware River. 
Mills, J. Harrison. 

2083. Portrait of Charles W. Couldock, the 

Actor. 

Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts 

Academy. 
Partington, J. H. E. 

2084. The Old Bellman. 

Lent by R. L. Partington, Esq. 
Noble, Thomas S. 

2085. The Polish Exile. 
Peale, Rembrandt. 

2080. George Taylor. 

Lent by the Brooklyn Museum. 
Howland, Alfred C. 

2087. Saturday Afternoon. 

2088. At Manchester: Vermont. 
Haseltine, Charles F. 

2080. Summer Day in Vermont. 
Bierstadt, Albert. 

2000. Mount Hood. 

Lent by Mrs. John P. Jones. 
Suydam, J. A. 

2001. In the Meadows. 

Lent by Robert M. Olyphant, 

Esq. 
Rimmer, William. 

2002. At the Window. 

Lent by Miss Caroline Hunt Rim- 

jner. 
Haseltine, Charles F. 

2003. Summer Day in New Hampshire. 

Houlahan, Kathleen. 

2004. Portrait. 
Quartly, Arthur. 

2095. A Breezy Day off Canonicut. 

Lent by Mrs. Josia Jewett. 
Moran, Peter. 

2090. Pueblo of Zia. 
Wylie, Robert. 

2097. A Breton Home. 
Leutze, Emanuel. 

2008. Portrait of Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

Lent by Henry Fairfield Osborn. 
Breuer, H. J. 

2009. The Santa Inez Mountains. 
Fisher, Mark. 

2700. In the Garden. 
Peale, J. S. 

2701. The Pet. 

Lent by the National Academy of 

Design. 
Carpenter, Frank D. 

2702. Portrait of Abraham Lincoln. 

Lent by the Union League Club, 

New York City. 
Hicks, Thomas. 

2703. A Friendly Warning. 

Lent by Robert M. Olyphant, 

Esq. 
Rothermel, Peter Frederick. 

2704. Bacchanal. 

Lent by the Art Club of Phila- 
delphia. 
Kensett, John Frederick. 

2705. Rapids: Niagara Falls. 

Lent by Robert M. Olyphant, 

Esq. 
Rimmer, William. 

2700. Angel in the Garden. 

Lent by Miss Caroline Hunt Rim- 
mer. 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Bierstadt, Albert. 

2707. Grand Lake: Colorado. 

Lent by Miss Marion T. Meagber. 

Rowland, Alfred C. 

2708. At Cernny la Yille. 
Sharpies, James. 

2709. Portrait. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
May, Edward Harrison. 

2710. Tbe Toilet. 

SCULPTURE. 

Ward. John Quincy Adams. 

2711. Norseman. 

2712. Freedman. 

GALLERY FIFTY-NINE. 
PAINTINGS. 

Comegys, George H. 

2713. The Ghost Story. 

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

2714. On the Croton. 

Lent by Fred E. Sander, Esq. 
Inman, Henry. 

2715. Portrait of Henry Pratt. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. > 
Ken sett, John Frederick. 

2716. Mallett's Bay: Lake Champlain. 

Lent by Robert M. Olyphant, 

Esq. 
Morse. Samuel F. B. 

2717. Portrait: Mrs. David Olyphant. 

Lent by Robert M. Olyphant, 

Esq. 
Her- sett, John Frederick. 

2718. Autumn Afternoon. 

Lent by the National Academy 

of Design. 
Hamilton, James. 

2719. Old Ironsides. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
Morse, Samuel F. B. 

2720. Portrait of William Cullen Bryant. 

Lent by the National Academy of 

Design. 
Cole, Thomas. 

2721. Landscape. 
Elliott, Charles Loring. 

2722. Portrait of Mrs. Mary Anne Gould- 

ing. 

Lent by the National Academy of 

Design. 
Cropsey, Jasper F. 

2723. On the River. 

Lent by Harry Willson Watrous, 

Esq. 
Mayr, C. 

2724. Reading the News. 

Lent by the National Academy of 

Design. 
Haseltine. Charles F. 

2725. In the Woods. 
Inman, Henry. 

2726. Picnic in the Catskill Forest. 

Lent by the Brooklyn Museum. 
Mount, William Sidney. 

2727. Flowers. 
White. Edwin. 

2728. The Sacred Lesson. 

Lent by Robert M. Olyphant, 
Esq. 



Jewett, William. 

2729. Portrait : Samuel L. Waldo. 

Lent by the National Academy of 

Design. 
Haseltine, William Stanley. 

2730. Cannes. 
Brown, George Loring. 

2731. Castello U'obn. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Mooney, Edward. 

2732. Achmet Ben Amar. 

Lent by the City of New York. 
Morse, Samuel F. B. 

2733. William Paulding. 

Lent by the City of Now York. 
Huntington, Daniel. 

2734. Sketcher. 

Lent by the Brooklyn Museum. 
Beard. William H. 

273t>. Having Taken Possession. 

Lent by Fred E. Sander, Esq. 
Flagg, Jared. 

2736. Portrait of Hon. John W. Brown. 

Lent by the City of New York. 
Cole, Thomas. 

2737. Four Sketches of the Voyage of Life. 
Rothermel, Peter Frederick. 

2738. Martyrdom of St. Agnes. 

Lent by Mrs. William H. Fox. 
Moran, Peter. 

2739. September Haze. 
Durand, Asher Brown. 

2740. The Morning of Life. 

Lent by the National Academy 

of Design. 
Rothermel. Peter Frederick. 

2741. Sleeping Cupid. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Kyle. Joseph. 

2742. Portrait Group. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Woodville. R. Caton. 

2743. War News from Mexico. 

Lent by the National Academy of 

Design. 
Fink, Frederick. 

2744. Portrait of Artist in His Studio. 



Cl-rney, James Goodwynn. 

2745. Militia Training. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 

emy of the Fine Arts. 
Marshall, William Edgar. 

2746. Portrait of Asher B. Durand. 

Lent by the National Academy of 

Design. 
Inman, Henry. 

2747. Mumble-the-Peg. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 

emy of the Fine Arts. 
Hill, Thomas. 

2748. Foothills in Mariposa County. 
Krimmell. John Lewis. 

2749. Fourth of Jnlv in Centre Square. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 

emy of the Fine Arts. 
Kensett, John Frederick. 

2750. In the Adirondacks. 

Lent by Robert M. Olyphant, 

Esq. 
Durand, .Asher Brown. 

2751. The Thunder-Storm: Catskills. 

Lent by H. K. Bush-Brown, Esq. 
Bradford, William. 

2752. Caught in the Ice Floes. 
Dunlan, William. 

2753. Scene from Harvey Birch: The Spy. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 



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57 



Linford, Charles. 

2754. Landscape: Pennsylvania. 
Chappel, Alonzo. 

2755. Lafayette: De Kalb: D'Estaing. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

Hill, Thomas. 

2756. Lake Tenaya. 
Baker. George A. 

2757. Portrait of Charles L. Elliott. 

Lent by the National Academy of 
Design. 

St. Memin, Fevret de. 

2758. Drawing. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

SCULPTURE. 

Clevenger, Shobal Vail. 
2750. Washington Allston. 

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

2760. Bust of Lafayette. 

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

GALLERY SIXTY. 
PAINTINGS. 

Neagle, John. 

2761. Junius Brutus Booth. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

Peale, James. 

2762. Anna and Margaretta Peale. 

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

2763. Portrait. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

2764. Portrait of William Williamson. 

Lent by Mrs. Gustav Radeke. 

2765. Portrait of President Monroe. 

Lent by Hon. Seth Low. 
Allston, Washington. 

2766. Bacchanal. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

Stuart, Gilbert. 

2767. Portrait of Major General Henry 

Dearborn. 

Lent by Herbert Welsh, Esq. 

2768. Captain Joseph Anthony. 

Lent by Laurence Johnson Mor- 
ris, Esq. 
Sully, Thomas. 

2769. Portrait of Francis Anne Kemble. 

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

2770. Study of a Head. 

Lent by the Estate of Samuel 

Bell Waugh. 
Jouett, Matthew Harris. 

2771. Portrait of Boy and Dog. 
Eichholtz, Jacob. 

2772. Portrait: Mr. Arundel. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Sully, Robert Matthew. 

2773. Junius Brutus Booth. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Eichholtz, Jacob. 

2774. Portrait-: Mrs. Arundel. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

2775. Portrait of John Howard Payne. 

Lent by John Frederick Lewis, 

Esq. 
Schuessele, Christian. 

2776. Dr. Benjamin Franklin Before the 

Privy Council in London, January 
29, 1773. 

Lent by Joseph T. Kinsley, Esq. 



Doughty, Thomas. 

2777. On the Susquehanna. 

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

2778. Landscape. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
Mount, William Sydney. 

2779. Portrait of President Van Buren. 

Williams, Isaac L. 

2780. Portrait of John Neagle. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
Jarvis, John Wesley. 

2781. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

Lent by Clarence Winthrop Bow- 
en, Esq. 

Johnson, David. 

2782. Portrait: William S. Mount. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
West, Benjamin. 

2783. Portrait of Miss Peel. 
Paradise, John W. 

2784. Portrait. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

Copley, John S. 

2785 Portrait: Mrs. Elizabeth Willing 
Powell. 

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

2786. Portrait of Benjamin West. 

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

West, Benjamin. 

2787. Mary Magdalene Anointing the Feet 

of Christ. 

Lent by the Art Institute of Chi- 
cago. 
Pine, Robert Edge. 

2788. Portrait: General Henry Lee. 

Lent by John Frederick Lewis, 

Esq. 
Peale, Rembrandt. 

2789. Henry Robinson. 
Gray, Henry Peters. 

2790. Cupid Begging His Arrows. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
Peale, Charles Willson. 

2791. Portrait of Colonel Charles Pettit, 

Washington's Quartermaster-Gen- 

Lent by Mrs. Seth C. Hethering- 

ton. 
Wright, Joseph. 

2792. Joseph Wright and Family. 

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

2793. Portrait of Mrs. Cromwell. 

Lent by Thomas C. Corner, Esq. 
Wertmuller, Adolpli. 

2794. Portrait of Mr. Hamilton. 

Lent by John Frederick Lewis, 

Esq. 
Durand, Asher Brown. 

2795. A. B. Durand as a Young Man. 

Lent by the National Academy of 

Design. 
Healy, G. P. A. 

2790. Daniel Webster. 

Lent by John Frederick Lewis, 

Esq. 
Elliott, Charles Loring. 

2797. Portrait of Colonel Thomas L. Mc- 
Kenney. 

Lent by the Corcoran Gallery of 
Art. 



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Kin ar. Charles B. 

2798. John C. Calhoun, when Secretary of 

War. 

Lent by the Corcoran Gallery of 

Art. 
Page, William. 

2799. Mother and Child. 

Lent hy The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
Mount, William Sidney. 

2800. The Painter's Triumph. 

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

2801. John Randolph of Roanoke. 

Lent by the Corcoran Gallery of 

Art. 
Marchant, Edward D. 

2802. Colonel E. D. Baker. 

Lent by Dr. Gilbert L. Parker. 
Waugh, Samuel Bell. 

2803. Portrait of Thorwaldson. 
Jouett, Matthew Harris. 

2804. Artist's Wife. 

Lent by R. H. Menefee, Esq. 
Wertmuller, Adolph. 

2805. Portrait of Mrs. Hamilton. 

Lent by John Frederick Lewis, 
Esq. 

SCULPTURE. 

Frazee, John. 

2806. Bust of John Frazee. 

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

2807. Bust of William Rush. 

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

GALLERY SIXTY-ONE. 
PAINTINGS. 

Monet, Claude. 

2808. Yetheiiil. 

2800. La Seine a Portvillers. 

2810. La Promenade dans les Prairies a 

Argenteuil. 

2811. Le Havre: Terrasse au bord de la 

mer. 

2812. Meule ooucher de soleil. 

2813. Bateaux echoues, Fecamp. 

2814. Les nympheas, paysage d'eau. 
La Touche, Gaston. 

2815. The Masquerade Ball: Grand Opera 

House : Paris. 
Fechin, Nicholas. 

2810. Lady in Pink. 
Thaulow, Fritz. 

2817. Shenango River near Hamburg. 
Bail. Joseph. 

2818. A Lesson in Lacemaking. 
Pissarro, Camille. 

2819. Tillage aux environs de Mantes. 
Sislev. Alfred. 

2*20. St. Mammes. 

2821. Landscape. 

Lent by Martin A. Ryerson, Esq. 
Renoir. Pierre Auguste. 

2822. Promenade au bord de la mer. 
Carriere. Eugene. 

2823. Lady and Dog. 

Lent by Martin A. Ryerson, Esq. 
Sisley, Alfred. 

2824. Avenue of Poplars : Moret. 
Renoir, Pierre Auguste. 

2825. Fleurs et fruits. 



Pissarro, Camille. 

282<>. Le jardin du presbytere a Knoch. 

2827. The Orchard. 

Lent by Martin A. Ryerson, Esq. 
Renoir, Pierre Auguste. 

2828. Dans le jardin. 
Boudin, Eugene. 

2829. Sunset at Havre. 

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

2830. A Trouville. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Puvis de Chavannes, Pierre Cecile. 

2831. A Vision of Antiquity. 

Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 
Boudin, Eugene. 

2832. A Trouville. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Renoir, Pierre Auguste. 

2833*. Deux femmes assises. 
Boudin, Eugene. 

2834. Au bord de la mer. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

SCULPTURE. 
Warner, Olin. 

2835. Bust of Colonel Wood. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 
Pratt, Bela Lyon. 

2836. Bust of Mrs. Pratt. 
Stewardson, Edmund. 

2837. Portrait of a Lady. 

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

2838. J. Alden Weir. 

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

GALLERY SIXTY-TWO. 

PAINTINGS. 
Monticelli. Adolphe. 

2839. The White Horse. 

Lent by H. C. Wortman, Esq. 
Breton, Jules. 

2840. The Vintage. 
Sim or s, Marcius. 

2841. The Classic Land. 
Millet, Jean Francois. 

2842. Mercury Stealing tho Oxen of Argus. 

Lent by A. C. Balch, Esq. 
Ziem, FeHx. 

2843. Stamboul. 
Maccari, Cesare. 

2844. Fond Memory. 
Bonheur, Rosa. 

2845. Goats at Rest. 
Schreyer, Adolph. 

2846. A Moorish Chieftain. 

Lent by Henry Smith, Esq. 
Cazin. Jean Charles. 

2847. The Retreat. 
Alms-Tadema, Sir Lawrence. 

2848. Among the Ruins. 
Pelouse, Leon Germain. 

2849. Landscape. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Maccari, Cesare. 

2850. Music hath Charms, 
Bastien-LePage, Jules. 

2851. Le Reve Bleu. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Lepine, Stanislas. 

2852. River Scene. 

Lent bv Charles F. Adams, Esq. 
Fortivny y Carbo, Mariano. 
L'Sr>:!. The Arab Blacksmith. 

Lent by Mrs. Reginald Knight 
Smith. 



UNITED STATES SECTION 



Troyon, Constant. 

2854. Landscape and Cattle. 
Lepine, Stanislas. 

2855. St. Cloud on the Seine. 

Lent by Martin A. Ryerson, Esq. 
Diaz, Narcisse Virgilio de la Pena. 

285(5. Wood Interior. 
Michel, Georges. 

2857. View from Montmartre. 

Lent by I. N. Fleishner, Esq. 
Lenbach, Franz von. 

2858. Portrait of Mommsen. 

Lent by Mrs. Henrietta Ziele. 
Dagnan-Bouveret, Pascal Adolphe Jean. 

2859. Consolatrix Affictorum. 
Lenbach, Franz von. 

2860. Self Portrait. 

Lent by the San Francisco Insti- 
tute of Art. 

SCULPTURE. 

Bathurst, Clyde C. 

2861. Portrait of James Grafly. 
Fenton, Beatrice. 

2802. Peter Moran. 

Lent by the Art Club of Phila- 
delphia. 

Stackpole, Ralph. 

28(53. Nymph. 
Muller, Olga Popoff. 

28(54. Meditation. 
Polasek, Albin. 

2865. Portrait Bust of Frank D. Millet. 
Bishop, Emily Clayton. 

2866. Portrait. 
Rumsey, Charles Cary. 

2867. Hound Andiron. 

2868. Hound Andiron. 
Mora, Joseph J. 

2869. Chochonee. 
Wheelock, Lila Audubon. 

2870. Ski: Russian Wolf Hound. 
Risque, Caroline Everett. 

2871. M6re Colaer. 
Hoffman, Malvina. 

2872. Russian Bacchanale. 

2873. Orientals: Pavlowa and Xovikoff. 
Risque, Caroline Everett. 

2874. In the Morning. 
Harvey, Eli. 

2875. Maternal Provisions. 
Sterling, Lindsey Morris. 

2876. Mischief. 
Mora, Joseph J. 

2877. The Moki Hairdresser. 
Risque, Caroline Everett. 

2878. The Old One. 
Hoffman, Malvina. 

2879. Russian Dancers. 
Sterling, Lindsey Morris. 

2880. Investigation. 
Risque, Caroline Everett. 

2881. Josef. 
Harvey, Eli. 

2882. Adonis: Greyhound Recumbent. 
Sterling, Lindsey Morris. 

2883. Water-Witch Girl. 

GALLERY SIXTY-THREE. 
PAINTINGS. 

Hogarth, William. 

2884. Anne: Viscountess Irwin. 

Lent by the Hackley Gallery of 
Fine Arts. 



Hoppner, John. 

2885. The Marchioness of Wellesley and 

Children. 
Gainsborough, Thomas. 

2886. Sir William Lynch. 

Lent by the Hackley Gallery of 

Fine Arts. 
Champaigne, Philip de. 

2887. Richelieu. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Romney, George. 

2888. Head. 

Lent by Miss Maude A. Lissak. 
Turner, J. M. W. 

2889. Sunset : Venice. 

Lent by Dr. Gilbert L. Parker. 
Velasquez, Diego Rodriguez de Silva y. 

2890. Portrait. 

Lent by Frank Duveneck, Esq. 
Crome, John (Old Crome). 

2891. The Blasted Tree. 

Goya y Lucientes, Francisco Jose de. 

2892. Portrait of Isidore Maiquez. 

Lent by Martin A. Ryerson, Esq. 
Reni, Guido. 

2893. Mary Magdalene. 

Lent by Dr. Thomas H. Wins- 
low. 
Carreno, de Miranda. 

2894. Portrait of a Lady. 

Lent by Dan Fellows Platt, Esq. 
Ribera, Juseppe de (called Spagnoletto). 

2895. St. Jerome. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Tiepolo, Giovanni Battista. 

2896. Madonna and Child, with Saint Do- 

menico and another Saint. 

Lent by Martin A. Ryerson, Esq. 
Goya y Lucientes, Francisco Jose de. 

2897. Don Juan Jose Perez Mora. 

Lent by the Hackley Gallery of 

Fine Arts. 
Reni, Guido. 

2898. St. Sebastian. 

Lent by William Berg, Esq. 
Beechey, Sir William. 

2899. Group of a Nobleman's Family, with 

a Dog. 
Kneller, Sir Godfrey. 

2900. Portrait. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Spanish School. 

2901. Portrait of a Man. 

Lent by Martin A. Ryerson, Esq. 
Reynolds, Sir Joshua. 

2902. Lady Ballington. 

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

2903. Landscape. 

Lent by Charles M. Cooke (Ltd.). 
Northcotte, James. 

2904. Self Portrait. 
Strozzi. 

2905. Portrait of a Man. 

Lent by Dan Fellows Platt, Esq. 
Lely, Sir Peter. 

2906. Portrait of a Lady. 

Lent by F. Tillmann, Esq. 
Terborch, G. 

2907. Cavalier Sportsman. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Beechey, Sir William. 

2908. Mr. Munroe Ferguson. 

Lent by the Hackley Gallery of 

Fine Arts. 
Ramsey, Allan. 

2909. The Hon. Marv Lillian Scott. 



DEPARTMENT Or TINE ARTS 



Lawrence, Sir Thomas. 

2910. Portrait of a Young Woman. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Raeburn, Sir Henry. 

2911. John Wauchope. 

Lent by Albert Roscnthal, Esq. 
Bassano, II (Jacopo da Ponte). 

2912. Nativity. 

Lent by William M. Paxton, Esq. 
Lawrence, Sir Thomas. 

2913. Lady Margaret. First Daughter of 

the Earl of Kinnoul. 
Bakhuysen, Jan. 

2914. Marine. 
Blackburn, Jonathan B. 

2915. Portrait of Mrs. Elizabeth Carter 

Willis. 

Lent by Mrs. R. H. Patchin. 
Romney, George. 

2916. Portrait of Mrs. Milles. 

Lent by Henry E. Huntington, 

Esq. 
Gainsborough, Thomas. 

2917. A Grand Landscape. 
Mettling, Louis. 

2918. Bust Portrait. 

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

2919. Portrait of Mrs. Milles. 

Lent by Henry E. Huntington, 

Esq. 
Both, Jan. 

2920. Landscape. 
Blackburn, Jonathan B. 

2921. Portrait of Mrs. Kennon. 

Lent by Mrs. R. H. Patchin. 
Reynolds, Sir Joshua. 

2922. John Thomas, Bishop of Rochester. 

Lent by Mrs. Reginald Knight 

Smith. 
Van Dyke, Anthony. 

2923. Countess of Southampton. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

SCULPTURE. 

Dallin, Cyrus Edwin. 

2924. Indian Hunter. 
Kemeys, Edward. 

2925. Battle of the Bulls. 

Lent by the Art Institute of Chi- 
cago. 
Cohen, Nessa. 

2926. Sunrise. 
Scudder, Janet. 

2927. Shell Fountain. 
Ward, John Quincy Adams. 

2928. Indian Hunter. 

Saint Gaudens, Annetta Johnson. 

2929. Bedtime. 
Weinman, Adolnh Alexander. 

2930. Descending Night. 

GALLERY SIXTY-FOUR. 
PAINTINGS. 

Henry, Edward Lamson. 

2931. The Presidential Election of 1844. 
Moran, Edward. 

2932. Brush Burning. 

Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts 

Academy. 

Smillie. George H. 
.2933. In the Berkshires. 

Lent by the Lotus Club. 
Mclhenny, C. Morgan. 
2934. A Gray Morning. 

Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 



Church, Frederick Edwin. 

2935. Niagara Falls. 

Lent by the Corcoran Gallery of 

Art. 
Woodwell, Joseph R. 

2936. Mist from the Sea. 
Cole, J. Foxcroft. 

2937. Landscape. 
Woodwell, Joseph R. 

2938. Squam River. 

2939. Sand Dunes. 
Whittredge, Worthington. 

2940. A Breezy Day. 

Lent by the Lotus Club. 
Richards, William T. 

2941. Marine. 

Lent by F. Tillmann, Esq. 
Fitz, Benjamin R. 

2942. The Harvesters: 1887. 

Lent by the Hillyer Art Gallery: 

Smith College. 
Parrish, Stephen. 

2943. Winter Sunset: Cape Cod. 
Vinton, Frederic Porter. 

2944. Hon. Moorfield Storey. 
Martin, Homer D. 

2945. Newport Neck. 

Lent by the Lotus Club. 
Brown, John G. 

2946. The Detective Story. 

Lent by Mrs. Frank S. Bradley. 

Remington, Frederick. 

2947. Apache Fire Signal. 

Lent by Henry Smith, Esq. 

2948. The Love Call. 

Lent by William A. Paine, Esq. 

May, Edward Harrison. 

2949. The Dying Brigand. 

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

Leutze, Emanuel. 

2950. Columbus Discovering America. 

Shirlaw, Walter. 

2951. Toning of the Bell. 

Lent by Mark S. Willing, Esq. 
Dolph, John Henry. 

2952. Retired from the World. 

Lent by Mrs. Helen Foster Bar- 

nett. 
Martin, Homer D. 

2953. Saranac Lake: Autumn. 

Lent by the Union League Club, 

New York City. 
Moran, Thomas. 

2954. A California Forest. 
Rothermel, Peter F. 

2955. Battle of Gettysburg. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Eakins, Thomas. 

2956. The Bohemian. 
Spencer, Mary. 

2957. Peonies. 
Eakins, Thomas. 

2958. The Veteran. 
Richards, William T. 

2959. Old Ocean's Grey and Melancholy 

Waste. 

Lent by Edward H. Coates, Esq. 
Eakins, Thomas. 

2960. The Concert Singer. 

2961. The Crucifixion. 
Vinton, Frederic Porter. 

2962. Portrait: Mrs. Vinton. 
Eakins, Thomas. 

2968. The Home Ranch. 



TO1TED STATES SECTION 



Hovenden, Thomas. 

2064. Peonies. 

Lent by Edward H. Coates, Esq. 
Eakins, Thomas. 

20(35. Portrait of Henry O. Tanner. 
Weir, John F. 

2066. Forging the Shaft. 

Lent by the Metropolitan Mu- 
seum. 
Robinson, Thomas. 

2067. Bull's Head. 
Wylie, Robert. 

2068. The Story Teller: Breton Interior. 

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

2060. Caravan in the Desert. 

Lent by the Hillyer Art Gallery, 

Smith College. 
Hunt. William Morris. 

2070. The Flight of Night. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
Boughton, George H. 

2071. The Fallen Angel. 

Lent by F. C. Havens, Esq. 
Hovenden. Thomas. 

2072. Breaking Home Ties. 

Lent by Charles Gustos Harri- 
son, Jr., Esq. 
Gifford, Stanford. 

2073. The Golden Horn. 

Lent by Hon. Charles H. Carey. 
Moran, Peter. 

2074. Water Bearer: San Juan. 

SCULPTURE. 

Burroughs, Edith Woodman. 

2075. Fenella. 
Remington, Frederic. 

2076. Rattlesnake. 

2077. Broncho Buster. 
McCartan, E. 

2078. Pan. 

Hyatt, Anna Vaughan. 

2070. L'Orage. 
Remington, Frederic. 

2080. Cheyenne. 
Scudder, Janet. 

2081. Sea Weed Fountain. 

GALLERY SIXTY-FIVE. 
PAINTINGS. 

Bernstein. Theresa F. 

2082. Open-Air Show. 
Macky, Constance. 

2083. Portrait of Mrs. Frederick Roth. 
Richardson, Mary Curtis. 

2084. Portrait of Professor Paget. 

2985. Undine. 
Rand, Ellen Emmet. 

2986. Grenville. 
Pooke, Marion L. 

2087. Silhouettes. 
Foote, Mary. 

2088. Portrait of Miss Matilda Brownell. 
2080. Portrait of Mrs. Herman Kobbe. 

Rand, Ellen Emmet. 

2000. Singing. 

2091. Portrait of Madam M. P. T. 
Perry, Lilla Cabot. 

2902. Hildegarde. 
Rand, Ellen Emmet. 

2003. In the Studio. 



Stoddard, Alice Kent. 

2994. The Sisters. 
Rand, Ellen Emmet. 

2995. Portrait of Prof. William James. 
Chase, Adelaide Cole. 

2996. Portrait of Mrs. Swan. 
Hale, Lilian Westcott. 

2007. The Fortune Teller. 
2098. Celia's Arbor. 
Richmond, Agnes M. 

2999. Mending. 
Kretzinger, Clara J. 

3000. A Thoughtful Moment. 
Bryant, Maude Drein. 

3001. Still Life: Crimson Ramblers. 
Hailman, Johanna K. Woodwell. 

3002. A Tropical Menage. 

3003. To Market in the West Indies. 
3-004. Tony. 

Langhorne, Katherine. 

3005. Rhode Island Pool. 
Cassatt, Mary. 

3006. Woman Reading in a Garden. 
Rogers, Gretchen W. 

3007. Young Girl. 
Cassatt, Mary. 

3008. Woman and Child: Rose Scarf. 
Langhorne, Katherine. 

3009. A Day Last Summer. 
Cassatt, Mary. 

3010. Woman with a Fan. 
Rogers, Gretchen W. 

3011. Girl with a Book. 
Palmer, Pauline. 

3012. The Ledge. 
Coman, Charlotte B. 

3013. Pocono Hills in Winter. 
Mason, Maud M. 

3014. Still Life. 
Oakley, Violet. 

3015. The Tragic Muse. 

Lent by Edward H. Coatcs, Esq. 
Huntington, Margaret Wendell. 

3016. Still Life. 
Ravlin, Grace. 

3017. To the Cemetery: Venice. 

3018. Gate of the Grand Soko: Tangiers. 
McLane, M. Jean. 

3019. Brother and Sister: Portraits. 

Lent by Arthur H. MacKie, Esq. 
Lang, Annie Traquair. 

3020. The Hotels: Venice. 
McLane, M. Jean. 

3-021. Group: Mother and Children. 
Lang, Annie Traquair. 

3022. Japanese Print. 
McLane, M. Jean. 

3023. Portrait of Mrs. R. G. Arnold. 
Lang, Annie Traquair. 

3024. From My Window: Venice. 
De Jong, Betty. 

3025. The Dancing Girl. 
Coolidge, Mary Rosamond. 

3026. The Old-Fashioned Gown. 
Richardson, Mary Curtis. 

3027. The Young Mother. 
Perry, Lilla Cabot. 

3028. A Fairv Tale. 
Turner, Helen M. 

3029. Portrait. 
McColl, Mary A. 

3030. Reflections. 
Page, Marie Danforth. 

3031. Dressing Genevieve. 



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DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Bryant, Maude Drein. 

3032. Still Life: Asters. 
Beaux, Cecilia. 

3033. Dorothea and Franceses. 

3034. Ernesta. 

3035. The Dreamer. 

3036. Study in Whites. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
Bremer, Anne M. 

3037. Isabella. 
Beaux, Cecilia. 

3038. Portrait. 

3039. Sita and S'arita. 

3040. Portrait Study. 
Bryant, Maude Drein. 

3041. Still Life: Larkspur. 

SCULPTURE. 



3042. 



Anna Vaughan. 
Colts in a Storm. 



Corbett, Gail Sherman. 

3043. Chameleon Boy. 
Gaensslen, Otto Robert. 

3044. Youth. 
Bishop, Emily Clayton. 

3045. Brownie. 

Lent by Mrs. John E. D. Trask. 
Scudder, Janet. 

3046. Little Lady of the Sea. 
Frishmuth, Harriet W. 

3D47. Young Girl with Fish: A Fountain. 
Bishop, Emily Clayton. 

3048. Passing of the Seasons: "Winter into 

Spring. 
Hyatt, Anna Vaughan. 

3049. Eight-Horse Group. 
Eberle, Abastenia St. Leger. 

3050. Little Mother. 

3051. Dancing in Avenue A. 

3052. Mother Bathing Child. 

3053. The Windy Door Step. 

3054. The Little Brother. 

3055. Rag Time. 

3056. Slumber. 

3057. Girl Skipping Rope. 

3058. Solitude. 

3059. Rag Picker. 

3060. Sponge Bath. 
Vonnoh, Bessie Potter. 

3061. Enthroned. 

3062. Good Night, 

3063. His First Journey. 

3064. Maidenhood. 

3065. Youth. 

3066. Grecian Draperies. 

3067. Butterflies. 

3068. A Chance Acquaintance. 

3069. The Scarf. 

3070. Girl Dancing. 

3071. Motherhood. 

3072. The Dance. 

GALLERY SIXTY-SIX. 
PAINTINGS. 

Cashing, Howard Gardiner. 

3073. Decorative Panel. 

3074. Decorative Panel. 

3075. Decorative Panel. 
Lever, Hayley. 

3076. Washington Bridge. 
Caser, Ettore. 

3077. Musical Moment. 
Vonnoh, Robert. 

3078. Poppies. 
Seyffert, Leopold. 

3079. Spanish Peasants. 



Harrison, Alexander. 

3080. The Joy of Lifp. 
Haggin, Ben Ali. 

3081. Little White Dancer. 
Dickman, Charles J. 

3082. Before the Storm. 
Lamb, F. M. 

3083. Our New England. 
Lever, Hayley. 

3084. Winter: Harlem River. 

SCULPTURE. 

Mora, Joseph J. 

3085. Moki Mana. 

Grafly, Charles. 

3086. Marble Head. 

Mora, Joseph J. 

3087. Old Moki. 

Adams, Herbert. 

3088. Bacchante. 

Saint Gaudens, Aunetta Johnson. 

3089. Louis Johnson. 
Pratt, Bela Lyon. 

3090. River Nymph. 
Zettler, Emil Robert. 

3091. David P. 
Spicer-Simson, Theodore. 

3092. Portrait of Miss Hilda. 
Patigian, Haig. 

3093. Mrs. C. Frederick Kohl. 
Bitter, Karl. 

3094. Signing of Louisiana Purchase 

Treaty. 

Lent by City of St. Louis. 
Patigian, Haig. 

3095. John Keith, Esq. 
Fairbanks, Avard. 

3096. Old Bill Keddington. 
Hering, Henry. 

3097. Memory. 
Lee, Arthur. 

3098. The Virgin. 
Grafly, Charles. 

3X)99. The Oarsman. 
Hering, Henry. 

3100. Devotion. 
Dallin, Cyrus Edwin. 

3101. Arthur. 
Austin, Amanda P. 

3102. Saint John. 
Calder, A. Stirling. 

3103. Historian. 
Fenton, Beatrice. 

3104. Marjorie D. Martenet. 
Fraser, James Earle. 

3105. Flora and Sonny Whitney. 
Grimes, Frances. 

3106. Rex Fincke, Jr. 
Ganiere, George Etienne. 

3107. Head of Lincoln. 
Dallin, Cyrus Edwin. 

3108. Lawrence. 
Kanno, Gertrude Boyle. 

3109. Head of William Keith. 
Powers, Hiram. 

3110. California. 
Kanno, Gertrude Boyle. 

3111. Takeshi Kanno. 

Saint Gaudens, Annetta Johnson. 

3112. Paul Saint-Gaudeng. 
Grimes, Frances. 

3113. Miss Pearmain. 



UNITED STATES SECTION 



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Bitter, Karl. 

3114. Memorial to Dr. Henry P. Tappan. 

Lent by University of Michigan. 
Fraser, James Earle. 

3115. Portrait Bust. 
Aitken, Robert. 

3110. Door for Gates Mausoleum. 
Salvatore, Victor H. 

3117. Study of a Young Girl. 
Quinn, Edmond T. 

3118. Edwin Markham, Esq. 
Hering, Henry. 

3119. Courage. 
Oalder, A. Stirling. 

3120. The American Sphinx. 
Lee, Arthur. 

3121. The Nigger. 

Lent by Mrs. Harry Payne 

Whitney. 
Hering, Henry. 

3122. Peace. 
Austin, Amanda P. 

3123. Portrait of Miss Quinn. 
Dallin, Cyrus Edwin. 

3124. My Mother. 
French, Daniel Chester. 

3125. Alice Freeman Palmer Memorial. 
Pratt, Bela Lyon. 

3126. Bust of My Mother. 
Fraser, James Earle. 

3127. Portrait Study. 

3128. Bust of J. E. C. 
Grimes, Frances. 

3129. Ralph Pulitzer, Jr. 
Fraser, James Earle. 

3130. Portrait of C. Whitney. 
Brenner, Victor D. 

3131. Nature, the Consoler. 
Piccirilli, Attilio. 

3132. A Soul. 
Patigian, Haig. 

3133. Vanity. 
Bitter, Karl. 

3134. Fountain Group. 

Lent by John D. Rockefeller, 

Esq. 
Roth, Frederick G. R. 

3135. Polar Bear. 
Piccirilli, Attilio. 

3136. Mater Consolatrix. 
Hoard, Margaret. 

3137. Eve. 
Laessle, Albert. 

3138. The Bronze Turkey. 
Walter, Edgar. 

3139. Nymph and Bears. 
Whitney, Gertrude Vanderbilt. 

3140. Fountain. 

GALLERY SIXTY-SEVEN. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Rosen, Charles. 

3141. Floating Ice: Early Morning. 
Mannheim, Jean. 

3142. On Tuesday. 
Browne, Charles Francis. 

3143. La Vacherie: France. 
Hurley, Edward Timothy. 

3144. The New Year. 
Poor, Henry Varnum. 

3145. The Orchardist and His Family. 
Dougherty, Paul. 

3146. Changing Weather. 



Cohen, Lewis. 

3147. A Stronghold of the Scaligeri. 



Dougherty, Paul. 
3148. Tc 



toward the Sunlight. 

3149. Storm Gleams. 

3150. From Clodgy Point. 
Cohen, Lewis. 

3151. The Great Bridge: Toledo. 
Paddock, Josephine. 

3152. Two Girls. 
Farndon, Walter. 

3153. Wistaria Arbor. 
Raphael, Joseph. 

3154. In Holland. 
Waugh, Frederick J. 

3155. The Maine Coast. 
Stacey, John F. 

3156. Midsummer : Gloucester. 
Dunlan, Helena. 

3157. Summer Afternoon. 
Braun, Maurice. 

3158. Hills and Valley: Southern Califor- 

nia. 
Rolshoven, Julius. 

3159. The Refectory of San Damiano: As- 

sisi. 

Lent by the Art Museum of De- 
troit. 
Davis, Charles H. 

3160. The Northwest Wind. 

Hansen, Armin C. 

3161. At the Breakfast Table. 

Carrigan, William L. 

3162. Midsummer Masque. 

Waugh, Frederick J. 

3163. Coming of the Line Storm. 

Borg, Carl Oscar. 

3164. Chateau Gaillard. 

Lent by Mrs. Phoebe A. Hearst. 
Raphael, Joseph. 

3165. Spring Winds. 
White, Orrin A. 

3166. Snow-Blown Peaks. 

3167. Autumn in the Canyon. 
Lever, Hayley. 

3168. St. Ives Fishing Boats. 
Wndt, William. 

3169. Tahoma the Eternal. 
Betts, Louis. 

3170. Lady in White. 
Spencer, Robert. 

3171. The Grey Mills. 
Wendt, William. 

3172. The Land of Heart's Desire. 
Waugh, Frederick J. 

3173. The Southern Gulf Stream. 
Borie, Adolphe. 

3174. Lady with Black Scarf. 
Ballin, Hugo. 

3175. Sorrow. 
Lever, Hayley. 

3176. Smeaton's Quay: St. Ives. 
Nichols, Hobart. 

3177. The Knob: Maine. 
Dixon, Maynard. 

3178. The Trail in Oregon. 
Carlson, John Fabian. 

3179. Grey Woods. 

3180. Silvered Acres. 
Davis, Charles H. 

3181. May Morning. 
Neilson, Raymond P. R. 

3182. The Hand Glass. 



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Carlsen, Emil. 

3183. The Open Sea. 
Ochtman, Leonard. 

3184. Winter Morning: Mianus River. 

3185. The Brook in Spring. 
Neilson, Raymond P. R. 

3186. A String of Beads. 
Foster, Ben. 

3187. October Morning. 
Carlson, John Fabian. 

3188. Spring Morning. 
Raphael, Joseph. 

3189. Tulip Fields. 

SCULPTURE. 

Scudder, Janet. 

3190. Frog Fountain. 
MacNeil, Carol Brooks. 

3191. First Lesson. 
Quinn, Edmond T. 

3192. Nymph. 
Humphriss, Charles H. 

3193'. Indian Hunter. 
Partridge, William Ordway. 

3194. Bust of Weir Mitchell. 
Alfano, Vincenzo. 

3195. Mother's Love. 
Putnam, Arthur. 

3196. Indian and Puma. 

3197. Skunked Wild Cat. 

3198. Snoaking Coyote. 

3199. Leopard and Gnu. 

3200. Combat. 

3201. Tiger Love. 

3202. Resting Puma. 

3203. Little Cub Bear. 

3204. Buffalo Hunt. 

3205. Coyote Head. 

3206. Crouching Wild Cat. 

3207. Two Pumas. 

3208. Puma and Snake. 

3209. Snarling Jaguar. 

Laessle, Albert. 

3210. The Squirrel. 

3211. The Hunter. 

3212. Young Turtle. 

3213. Locust and Pine Cone. 

3214. King Crab and Beetle. 

3215. Blue-eyed Lizard. 

3216. Turtle and Prey. 

3217. Repletion. 

3218. Turning Turtle. 

3219. The First Step. 

3220. An Outcast. 

3221. Frog and Katydid. 

3222. The Contented Hop-Toad. 

3223. The Source. 

3224. Turtle and Snail. 

3225. Heron and Fish. 

3226. The Old Bullfrog. 

GALLERY SIXTY-EIGHT. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

McEwen, Walter. 

3*227. At the Burgomaster's. 

Werner, Frank A. 

3228. Jessie. 

Ritschel, William. 

3229. Tide Pool: Carmel. 

Stacey, John F. 

3230. Morning in August. 

Cushing, Howard Gardiner. 

3231. Wardrobe. 

Johansen, John Christen. 

3232. Approaching Storm, 



Gushing, Howard Gardiner. 

3233. Interior. 

3234. Portrait. 
Molarsky, Morris. 

3235. Reflections. 
Camp, Harold M. 

323'6. A Hilltop. 
Ritschel, William. 

3237. In the Shadow of the Cliffs: Monte- 

rey. 

Peyraud, Frank C. 

3238. October. 
McEwen, Walter. 

3239. Waiting. 
Sandona, Matteo. 

3240. Portrait of Mrs. Leo Lentelli. 
Brownell, Matilda. 

3241. Girl with Columbine. 
Page, Marie Danforth. 

3242. Tommy. 
Hartman, C. Bertram. 

3243. Two Natures. 
Ritschel, William. 

3244. Fog and Breakers: Carmel. 
Piazzoni, Gottardo F. P. 

3245. The End of the Day. 
Johansen, John Christen. 

3246. The Rider. 
Buehler, Lytton Briggs. 

3247. The City of Pleasure. 
Johansen, John Christen. 

3248. Venetian Arcade. 

3249. Village Rider. 

3250. Portrait of Miss F. B. 
Schwartz, Andrew Thomas. 

3251. In Vermont. 
Ritschel, William. 

3252. Summer Night : Point Lobos. 
Piazzoni, Gottardo F. P. 

3253. Lux Aeterna. 
Andersen. Martinus. 

3254. The Glittering Pageant. 
Davey, Randall. 

3255. Captain Dan Stevens: Lighthouse 

Keeper. 
Fassett, Truman E. 

3256. Spanish Dancer. 
Garber, Daniel. 

3257. From Tinicum Hill. 
Speicher, Eugene E. 

3258. In the Catskills. 
Spencer, Robert. 

3259. The Closing Hours. 
Garber, Daniel. 

3260. Little Village: Winter. 

3261. Sister. 

3262. The Sunlit Wall. 
Spencer, Robert. 

3263. Courtyard at Dusk. 
Garber, Daniel. 

3264. Cherry Blossoms. 

3265. Quarry : Evening. 
Lindin, Carl Eric. 

3266. Evening. 
Linde, Ossip L. 

3267. A Gateway in Venice. 
Waite, Emily Burling. 

3268. The Lavender Gown. 
Schofield, W. Elmer. 

3269. Waterfall. 
Kroll, Leon. 

3270.* Weehawken Terminal. 
Cushing, Howard Gardiner, 
3271. Portrait. 



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65 



Schofield, W. Elmer. 

3272. The Hilltop. 
Kroll, Leon. 

3273. River Industries. 
Carpenter, Fred G. 

.'5274. The Gay Set. 
Linde. Ossip L. 

3275. Steps : Venice. 

SCULPTURE. 
Hering, Henry. 

3270. Running Diana. 

3277. L' Allegro. 

Fry, Sherry Edmundson. 

3278. Chief Mahaska. 
MacNeil, Hermon A. 

.'5270. Incoming Wave. 

3280. Girl with Young Satyr. 
Warner, Olin L. 

3281. The Spinner. 

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

3282. Faded Flowers. 
Aitken, Robert. 

3283'. Dancing Faun. 

3284. Dancing Bacchante. 
MacNeil, Carol Brooks. 

3285. Farewell to the Fairies. 
Bateman, John M. 

3286. Fountain and Aquarium. 

GALLERY SIXTY-NINE. 

PAINTINGS. 
Ryder, Chauncey F. 

3287. The Ox Team. 
Van Boskerck, Robert W. 

3288. The Valley at Delhi: New York. 
Funk, Wilhelm. 

3280. Mrs. John W. McKinnon. 
Snell, Henry B. 

3200. Low Tide. 
Woodbury. Charles H. 

3201. The Rainbow. 
Hoeber, Arthur. 

3202. The Meadow Brook. 
Perry, Lilla Cabot. 

3203. Open-Air Concert. 
Foote, Mary. 

3204. Study. 
Shaw, Sydney Dale. 

320.1. Southwestern Summer. 
Parker, Lawton. 

320H. Portrait of Mrs. Ray Atherton. 
Barnett, Tom P. 

3207. 'Winter. 

Lent W the City Art Museum, 

St. Louis. 
Parker, Lawton. 

.".208. Paresse. 
Sandor, Mathias. 

3200. The Pueblo of Walpi. 
Parker, Lawton. 

3300. An English Girl. 
Jung, C. Jac. 

3301. Winter Afternoon. 
Del Mue, Maurice. 

3302. Late Afternoon in the Sierras. 
Linde, Oasip L. 

3303. Venice. 
Smith, Rosamond L. 

3304. Heirlooms. 
Pages, Jules. 

3305. On the Quais: Paris. 
Farley, Richard Blossom. 

3306. Dunes at Barnegat. 



Linde. Ossip L. 

3307. Chioggia: Venice. 
Nordell, Carl J. 

3308. The Pink Scarf. 
Shaw. Sydney Dale. 

33'00. Woodland Fete. 
Turner, Helen M. 

3310. Mother and Child. 
Nordell, Carl J. 

3311. The Hostess. 
Beatty, John W. 

3312. Plymouth Hills. 

Lent by the National Gallery. 

3313. Plymouth Sand Dunes. 
Alexander, John W. 

3314. Phyllis. 

Lent by the City Art Museum, 

St. Louis. 
Murphy, J. Francis. 

3315. Frostbitten Wood and Field. 

Hoeber, Arthur. 

3316. Spray. 
Pooke, Marion L. 

3317. The Wall Flower. 
Pearson, Joseph T., Jr. 

3318. Ducks in a Marsh. 
Dow, Arthur Wesley. 

3310. The Enchanted Mesa. 

Crisp, Arthur. 

3320. Dim Yesterday's Pageant Back- 

grounds To-day. 
Snell, Henry B. 

3321. The Cargo Boat. 
Granville- Smith, Walter. 

3322. Summer Breeze. 
Miller, Richard E. 

3323. The Visit, 
Butler, Howard Russell. 

3324. Spirits of the Twilight. 
Smith. Charles L. A. 

3325. The Retreating Light. 
Smith, Howard Everett. 

.",326. Portrait of a Venetian Girl. 
Pearson, Joseph T., Jr. 

3327. Fox and Geese. 
Dow. Arthur Wesley. 

3328. The Great Shadow. 
Paddock, Josephine. 

3320. Black Cap. 

SCULPTURE. 

Baer, Lillian. 

3330. The Dance. 
Lukeman, Augustus. 

3331. Diana. 
Lichtenauer, J. Mortimer. 

333*2. Statuette. 
Doming, Edwin Willard. 

3333. The Fizht Between a Panther and a 

Grizzly Bear. 
Johnson, Grace Mott. 

3334. Chimpanzee. 
Doming, Edwin Willard. 

3335. Maternity. 
Bishop, Emily Clayton. 

3336. The Little Dancer. 
Doming, Edwin Willard 

3337. Friendly Tussle. 
Bishop, Emily Clayton. 

3338. And as Pretty n Piece of Flesh as 

any in Messina. 
Johnson, Grace Mott. 

3330. Greyhound Pup. 
Doming, Edwin Willard. 

3340. Indian Hunter. 



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DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Stewardson, Edmund Austin. 

3341. Alexander Harrison. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Aca- 
demy of the Fine Arts. 
Johnson, Grace Mott. 

3342. Goat. 

Manatt, William Whitney. 

3343. Nymph. 
Deming, Edwin Willard. 

3344. The Antelope, or American 

Pronghorn. 
Bishot), Emily Clayton. 

3345. Comedy. 

3346. Greed. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Aca- 
demy of the Fine Arts. 

3347. Classicism and Renaissance. 
Kemeys, Edward. 

3348. While the Mother Sleeps; Female 

Jaguar with Cubs. 

Lent by the Art Institute of 
Chicago. 

3349. Lion. No. 947. 

Lent by the Art Institute of 

Chicago. 
Youn?, Mahonri M. 

3350. Stevedore. 
Kemeys, Edward. 

3351. A Mountaineer: Rocky Mountain 

Sheet). 

3352. Peacock and Sleeping Rabbit. 

Lent by the Art Institute of 

Chicago. 
Young, Mahonri M. 

3353. Chiseler. 
Kemeys, Edward. 

3354. Wolf at Bay. 

Lent by the Art Institute of 

Chicago. 

Young, Mahonri M. 
3?55. Scrub Woman. 

3356. The Piper at the Gates of Dawn. 
Kemeys, Edward. 

3357. Mad Panther. 

Lent by the Art Institute of 

Chicago. 
Young, Mahonri M. 

3358. Tired Out. 
Kemeys, Edward. 

3359. Deer with Large Antlers: Standing. 

Lent by the Art Institute of 

Chicago. 
Young, Mahonri M. 

3360. Shoveler. 

GALLERY SEVENTY. 

PAINTINGS. 
Herkomer, Herman G. 

3361. Mrs. Hamilton Griffin. 
Coolidse, Mary Rosamond. 

33627 Portrait of S. Burtis Baker. 
Herkomer, Herman G. 

3363. Sir Hubert von Herkomer, R. A. 
Ames. Blanche. 

3364. General Adelbert Ames. 
Herkomer, Herman G. 

3365. Portrait : William Harvey, Esq. 
Davey, Randall. 

3366. Girl in Blue. 
Gauley, Robert David. 

3367. Portrait: Pedro de Cordoba. 
Thomas, Seymour. 

3368. Portrait of Dr. W. A. Briggs. 
Hall, Kleber. 

3369. Constance. 
Yarrow, William H. K. 

3370. Jansen: Ex-Sea-Cfaptain, 



Hopkinson, Charles. 

3371. Portrait. 
Hammond, Arthur J. 

3372. The Old Artist. 
Wetherill, E. K. K. 

3373. The Dreamer. 
Rogers, Gretchen W. 

3374. Fur Hat. 
Yarrow, William H. K. 

3375. The Checkered Dress. 
Raditz, Lazar. 

3376. Self Portrait. 
Stoddard, Alice Kent. 

3377. Portrait of Gerald Stanley Lee. 
Gray, Frederick G. 

3378. Portrait. 
Richards, Lee Greene. 

3379. A Man in a Cloak. 
Rouland, Orlando. 

3380. Portrait of John Burroughs. 
Gauley, Robert David. 

3381. Reverie. 
Wiles, Irving Ramsey. 

3382. Arnold W. Brunner, Esq. 

Lent by the National Academy 

of Design. 

33-83. Madame Gerville-Reache as Carmen. 
Speicher, Eugene E. 

3384. Portrait of John Nelson Cole, Jr. 
Wiles, Irving Ramsey. 

3385. J. Francis Murphy, Esq. 

Lent by the National Academy of 

Design. 
Story, Julian. 

3386. Portrait of Mrs. Story. 
Hyde, William Henry. 

3387. Vera. 
Vonnoh, Robert. 

3388. Charles Francis Adams, Esq. 
Story, Julian. 

3389. Portrait of the Artist. 
Sacks, Joseph. 

3390. In Street Costume. 
Flaeg, Charles Noel. 

3391. Portrait of Paul Waylaud Bartlett. 

SCULPTURE. 

Young, Mahonri M. 

3392. Peter Newell at Leonia. 

3393. The Heavy Sledge. 

Cohen, Nessa. 

3394. Navajo Watching Women at Work. 
Alfano, Vincenzo. 

3395. Ouousque Tandem. 
Hollister, Antoinette B. 

3396. Bavarian Peasant Mother and Child. 
Alfano, Vincenzo. 

3397. Might Is Right. 
Konti. Isidore. 

3398. Solace. 
Recchia, Richard H. 

3399. Golden Age No. 1. 

3400. Golden Age No. 2. 

GALLERY SEVENTY-ONE. 
PAINTINGS. 

Enneking, John Joseph. 

3401. December Thaw. 
3-402. November Twilight. 

Meakin, Lewis Henry. 

3403. Stormy Day. 
Luks, George. 

3404, Children's Page. 



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67 



Brooke, Richard Norris. 

3405. A Stony Outpost. 
De Voll, F. Usher. 

3406. Brooklyn Bridge: Winter. 
Mora, F. Luis. 

3407. The Fortune Teller. 
Talcott, Allen B. 

_3408. April at Chipmunk Point. 
Meakin, Lewis Henry. 

3409. Kicking Horse River. 

Blaney, Dwight. 

3410. Anemone Cove: Mt. Desert. 

Meakin, Lewis Henry. 

3411. Rockport. 

Luks, George. 

3412. New York Boy. 

Davol, Joseph Benjamin. 

3413. Maine Coast. 
Van Boskerck, Robert W. 

3414. Gill Brook: Adirondacks. 
Meryman, Richard. S. 

3415. Portrait. 
Steele, Theodore C. 

3416. The Poplars. 
Gray, Frederick G. 

3417. Portrait Study: Hon. Joseph G. 

Cannon. 
Eittinger, Charles. 

3418. Isabel. 
Warner, Everett L. 

3*419. The Edge of the River. 
Pape, Eric. 

3420. Portrait of Edith Wynne Mathison 

as Hermione. 
Bittinger, Charles. 

3421. Vanity. 
Blaney, Dwight. 

3422. Solitude. 
Levy. William Auerbach. 

3423. The Draftsman. 
Juergens, Alfred. 

3424. In May. 
Tyson, Carroll S., Jr. 

3425. A Midsummer's Day. 
Pape, Eric. 

3426. Portrait of Mrs. John Hayes Ham- 

mond. 
MacGilvary, Norwood. 

3427. Nocturne. 
Bartlett, Frederic Clay. 

3428. Our Country Dining Room. 
Reiffel, Charles. 

3429. Silvermine Valley. 
Brinley, D. Putnam. 

3430. Matins. 

3431. Noon. 
Ritschel, William. 

3432. Blue Depths: Carmel. 
Clark, Freeman. 

3433. The Climbers. 
Rosen, Charles. 

3434. Winter Morning: Maine Coast. 
Smith, Rosamond L. 

3435. Cinderella. 
Fortune, E. Charlton. 

3436. The Pier. 

3437. Carmel Mission. 
Cox, Louise. 

3438. A Daughter of Eve. 
Rosen, Charles. 

3439. The Delaware: Winter Morning. 
Waite, Emily Burling. 

3440. Tijmentje Pouring Water. 



Lie, Jonas. 

3441. Gates at Pedro Miguel. 
Kroll, Leon. 

3442. Lower Manhattan. 
Gait, Charles Franklin. 

3443. The Etcher. 
Nisbet, Robert H. 

,",'444. The Emerald Robe. 
Kroll, Leon. 

3445. Rockpoint Quarries. 
Rungius, Carl. 

3446. Canadian Rockies. 
Bosley, Frederick A. 

3447. Girl in Pink Dress. 
Farley, Richard Blossom. 

3448. Barnegat Beach. 
Payne, Edgar. 

3449. Infinitude. 
Rungius, Carl. 

3450. On Wilcox Pass. 
Fiske, Gertrude. 

3451. The Shadow. 
Lever, Hayley. 

3452. St. Ives: Summer. 
Renter dahl, Henry. 

3453. Palisades: Spring. 

SCULPTURE. 

Tiffany, Louis C. 

3454. Silver Jar. 

3455. Silver Gilt Vase. 

3456. Spray of Mistletoe. 

3457. Pendant: Starfish Motif. 

3458. Necklace: Two Gold Serpents. 

3459. Spray of Blackberries. 

3460. Copper Vase No. 1. 

3461. Copper Vase No. 2. 
3'462. Tea Screen. 

3463. Hand-Wrought Vase. 

3464. Silver Cup. 

3465. Silver Vase. 
4566. Gold Cup. 

GALLERY SEVENTY-TWO. 
PAINTINGS. 

Menzler, Bertha S. 

3467. Twilight on the Dunes. 
McEwen, Walter. 

3468. The Betrothed. 
Adams, John Ottis. 

3469. A Bit of the Whitewater. 
Hopkinson, Charles. 

3470. Knitting. 
Selden, Henry Bill. 

3471. October Morning. 
Farley, Richard Blossom. 

3472. Blue and Gold. 
Roberts, Alice Mumford. 

3473. The Laughing Girl. 
Chapman, Carlton Theodore. 

3474. The American Fleet Hoisting the 

Flag at Monterey, July 7th, 1846. 
Gray, Frederick G. 

3475. Early Morning. 
Lundborg, Florence. 

3476. Stone Pines. 
Irvine, Wilson. 

3477. The Bathing Beach. 
Leigh. William Robinson. 

3478. The Stampede. 
Spear, Arthur P. 

3479. Spring in the City. 
Cooper, Emma Lampert. 

3'480. Side Street: Beauvais. 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE AETS 



Schwartz, Andrew Thomas. 

3481. Destiny: Hope: Despair. 
Keller, Edgar. 

3482. Under the Bridge: Harlem River. 
Chase, Adelaide Cole. 

3483. The Violinist. 
Mayer, Louis. 

3484. Lady with Black Veil. 

3485. Portrait of Mrs. M. 
Ackerman, Olga M. 

3480. At a Concert. 
Sargent, Geneve Rixford. 

3487. Floating Clouds. 
Gait, Charles Franklin. 

3488. The Gypsy. 
Wetherill, E. K. K. 

3480. Mysterious Thoughts. 
Allen, Marion Boyd. 

3490. Enameling. 
Jones, Hugh Bolton. 

3491. Through the Trees. 
Shook, F. de Forest. 

3492. Sunshine and Shadow. 
Brown, Benjamin Chambers. 

3493. Over the Roofs: Antwerp. 
Macky, Constance. 

3494. Roses. 
Lungren, Fernand. 

3495. In the Abyss: Grand Canyon. 
Rogers, Franklin W. 

3'496. The Siesta, 
Paddock, Josephine. 

3497. Miss M. and a Parrot. 

Finn. James Wall. 

3498. Girl with a Fan. 

Rose, Guy. 

3499. The Backwater. 

Pooke, Marion L. 

3500. Donna Italiana. 
Fiske, Gertrude. 

3501. Study in Black and Whitft. 
Dunbar, Harold C. 

3502. Portrait of Mrs. D. 
Callahan, Caroline R. 

3503. Luncheon. 
Irvine, Wilson. 

3504. Laughing June. 
Kaula, Lee Lufkin. 

3505. On the Old Settle. 
Partington, Gertrude. 

3506. Portrait of Mrs. Jack Allan Part- 

ington. 
Froelich, Maren M. 

3507. The Chinese Robe. 
Butler, Mary. 

3508. Trees at Shubel's Mount: Nova 

Scotia. 
Van Sloun, Frank J. 

3509. Portrait of an Actor. 
McEwen, Walter. 

3510. Oldebrocck. 
Nordell, Carl J. 

3511. The Listeners. 
Bohm, Max. 

3512. Portrait: Mme. B. 
Stacey, Anne Lee. 

3513. Moonlight : Granada. 
McEwen, Walter. 

3514. An Interlude. 
Muhrman, Henry. 

3515. Highgate. 
Bohm, Max. 

3516. The Sea Babies. 



Dustin, Silas S. 

3517. Midnight in New England. 
McEwen, Walter. 

3518. In the Studio. 

3519. Yes or No. 
Shore, Henrietta M. 

3520. Sisters. 

SCULPTURE. 

Proctor, A. Phimister. 

3521. Charging Elephant. 

3522. Buffalo. 

3523. American Horse. 

3524. Elk. 

3525. Dog with Bone. 

3526. Buffalo, Q. H. 

3527. Alaskan Brown Bear: Head. 

3528. Silver King Fish. 

3529. Princeton Tiger. 

Nine-inch reduction. 

3530. Princeton Tiger. 

Twenty-two-inch reduction. 

3531. Faun: First Model. 

GALLERY SEVENTY-THREE. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Clark, Alson Skinner. 

3532. Market in Panama. 

3533. In the Cut. 

3534. In the Lock: Miraflores. 

3535. Gold Hill from Culebra. 

3536. In Tropical Waters. 

3537. Culebra Slide. 
Lawson, Ernest. 

3538. Hills at Innwood. 

3539. -Beginning of Winter. 
Beal, Gifford. 

3540. Summer Landscape. 

3541. The Gossips. 

3542. Old Town Terrace. 
Beal, Reynolds. 

.'5543. Orr's Mills. 
Singer, William H., Jr. 

3544. In My Garden. 
Case, Bertha. 

3545. View: Sidi Ben Said: Tunis. 
Beal, Gifford. 

3546. The End of the Street. 
Beal, Reynolds. 

3547. Lawrenceville Lock. 
Lawson, Ernest. 

3548. Hudson River and Palisades. 
Clark. Alson Skinner. 

3549. Pedro Miguel Locks. 
35HO. Moving the Trestle. 

3551. Big Cranes: Miraflores. 

3552. Sosa Hill from the Quarry. 

3553 First Dredges Through Gatun Locks. 

3554. Dredges Under Gold Hill. 

3555. Cucarncha Slide. 

3556. The Cranes: Miraflores. 
Fortune, E. Charlton. 

3557. The San Gabriel Vine. 
Warner, Everett L. 

3558. Brooklyn Bridge. 
King, Paul. 

3559. Winter. 
Clark, Alson Skinner. 

3560. Gates: Pedro Miguel. 

3561. Culebra Cut from Empire. 

3562. Panama from the Pacific. 

3563. Three Hills from Culebra. 

SCULPTURE. 

Piccirilli, Attilio. 

3564. Head Portrait. 
Boyle, John J. 

3565. Stone Age. 



UNITED STATES SECTION 



Harvey, Eli. 

3566. American Elk. 
Salvatore, Victor D. 

3567. Study of Old Man. 
Quinn, Edmond T. 

3568. Portrait of C. If. Cliavant, Esq. 



Jaegers, Albert. 
3569. Portrait : 



Uncle Joe Cannon. 
Muller, Olga Popoff. 

3-570. Head of Breton. 
Hyatt. Anna Vaughan. 

3571. Tiger Group. 
Simons, Amory C. 

3571'. Having a Hard Time. 
Fairbanks, Avard. 

3573. The Baby. 
Konti, Isidore. 

3574. Scherzo. 
Simons, Amory C. 

3575. Mastiff Dog. 

3576. The Storm. 
Akeley, Carl E. 

3577. Stung. 
Warner, Olin L. 

3578. Maude Morgan. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 
Ladd. Anna Coleman. 

3579. Sleeping Furies. 
Hyatt, Anna Vaughan. 

3580. Winter Group. 

3581. Jaguar Reaching. 
Ladd, Anna Coleman. 

3582. High Tide: Low Tide. 
Noquet, Paul. 

3583. Despair. 
Dallin, Cyrus Edwin. 

3584. Medicine Man. 
Noauet, Paul. 

3585. Weeping Man. 

GALLERY SEVENTY-FOUR. 

PAINTINGS. 
Setter, George W. 

3586. In Gloucester Harbor. 

Lent by William Smith Stimmel, 

ESQ. 
Tyson, Carroll S., Jr. 

3'587. Road to the Pier. 
Yates, Cullen. 

3588. Old Farm: November. 
Van Laer. Alexander T. 

3589. The Old Mill. 
Hyett, Will J. 

3590. Cross Roads: Ravenrock. 
Tyson, Carroll S., Jr. 

3591. Before Moonrise. 
Ebert, Charles. 

3592. Early November. 
Haul a, William J. 

3593. Clouds from the West. 
Martinez, y Orozco, Xavier T. 

3594. Head of a Girl. 
Sparks, Arthur W. 

3595. Midsummer Day. 
Cadenasso, Giusseppe. 

3596. Summer. 
Closson, William Baxter. 

3597. A Glimpse of the Sea. 
Borg, Carl Oscar. 

3598. Cauipagna Romana. 
Sotter, George W. 

3599. Snow-Bound Hills: Pittsburg. 
Talcott, Allen B. 

3600. The Ledges. 



Grover, Oliver Dennett. 

3601. Rocky Shore: Lake Garda. 
Hutchison, F. W. 

3602. A Northern River. 
Sotter, George W. 

3603. Moonlight: Gloucester Harbor. 
Ferguson, Nancy M. 

.5604. The Old Homestead. 
Sparks, Arthur W. 

3605. Mills at Rankin. 
Sandzen, Sven Birger. 

3606. The Granite Cathedral. 
Robinson, Will S. 

3607. Group of White Birches. 
Weiss, Samuel A. 

3608. Sunshine. 
Nelson, Bruce. 

3609. Along the Shore. 
Allen, Charles Curtis. 

3610. Mountain and Cloud. 
Taylor, Charles J. 

3611. Boothbay Harbor. 
Sotter, George W. 

3612. Valley in Snow. 
Davol, Joseph Benjamin. 

3613. A Winter Coast: Moonlight. 
Taylor, Charles J. 

3614. Springtime in the Suburbs. 

3615. Sandy Creek. 

3616. Sandy Creek Bridge. 
Boynton, Ray S. 

3617. Aphrodite. 
Cornoyer, Paul. 

3618. Winter: Columbus Circle. 

SCULPTURE. 

MacNeil, Carol Brooks. 

3619. The Wave. 
Konti, Isidore. 

3620. Immortality of Genius. 

3621. Dying Melodies. 

GALLERY SEVENTY-FIVE. 
PAINTINGS. 

Sargent, John Singer. 

3622. Portrait of Henry James, Esq. 

3623. Nude Study. 

3624. Hon. John Hay. 

Lent by Clarence Hay, Esq. 

3625. Mrs. J. William White. 

Lent by Dr. J. William White. 

3626. Spanish Courtyard. 

Lent by Louis B. McCagg, Esq. 

3627. Spanish Gypsy. 

Lent by Louis B. McCagg, Esq. 

3628. Rose Marie. 

3629. The Sketchers. 

Lent by- Mrs. Francis T. Carolan. 

3630. Madam Gautrin. . 

3631. Reconnoitring. 

3632. Sketch of Joseph Jefferson, Esq. 
.",633. Soanish Stable. 

3634. Syrian Goats. 

SCULPTURE. 

Mora, Joseph J. 

3635. Esoah. 
Stackpole, Ralph W. 

3636. Mrs. Sloss and Children. 
Vonnah, Bessie Potter. 

3637. A Young Mother. 
Wright, Alice Morgan. 

3638. Piping Satyrs. 

3639. Piping Satyrs. 
Richards, Lucy. 

3640. The Lilies: A Sun Dial. 



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DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



GALLERY SEVENTY-SIX. 
PAINTINGS. 

Mathews, Arthur. 

3641. Monterey Hills. 

3642. The Carnation. 
3<>43. Monterey Bay. 

3(544. California. - 

3645. Portrait. 

3646. Oaks. 

3647. Masaue of Pandora. 

3648. The Swan. 

3649. Cypress. 
McComas, Francis. 

3650. Pines at Monterey. 

3651. A City of the Deserf. 

Lent by John Lawson, Esq. 

3652. The Broken Oak. 

3653. A Los Olivos Oak Tree. 

3654. The Navajo Gateway: Arizona. 

3655. Sichomovi : Arizona. 

3656. Oaks of the Monte. 

3657. Mariano. 

3658. Walpi: Arizona. 

3659. The Red Wagon. 
Mathews, Arthur. 

3660. The Web. 

3661. Eve. 

3662. Cypress Grove. 

3663. The Butterfly. 

3664. Marine. 

3665. Ghost Story. 

3666. Land Fish." 

GALLERY SEVENTY-SEVEN. 
PAINTINGS. 

Melchers, Gari. 

3667. Morning Room. 

Lent by Dr. George Woodward. 

3668. The Open Door. 

3669. Madonna of the Fields. 

3670. Girl Sewing. 

3671. Skaters. 

Lent by The Pennsvlyania Aca- 
demy of the Fine Arts. 

3672. Breakfast Table. 

3673. House with Green Gable. 

3674. The Fencing Master. 

Lent by the Detroit Museum of 
Art. 

3675. Virginia. 

3676. House on Canal. 

3677. Young Woman at Toilet. 

3678. Sailor and His Sweetheart. 

Lent by the National Gallery, 
Freer Collection. 

3679. The White Church. 
3"680. Supper at Emmaus. 
3681. Portrait Group. 

Lent by Hugo Reisinger Estate. 
.'5682. Roomful of Color. 

3683. Mother and Child. 

Lent by James Deering, Esq. 

3684. Maternity. 

3685. Lilv Pond. 
.",686. Writing. 

3687. The Smithy. 

SCULPTURE. 

Ladd, Anna Coleman. 

3688. Winged Head. 
Saint Gaudens, Louis. 

3689. Head of Ceres. 
Fenton. Beatrice. 

3690. Caroline. 

Lent by Gustavus Remak, Jr., 

Esq. 
Hoffman, Malvina. 

3691. Portrait Bust: Bonarius Grimson. 
Stackpole, Ralph. 

3692. Head of Louis Sloss, Jr. 



Warner, Olin. 

3693. Rosalie. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood. Esq. 
Farnham, Sally James. 

3694. Cave Woman. 
Ladd, Anna Coleman. 

3695. The Human Instrument. 

GALLERY SEVENTY-EIGHT. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 
Hassan:. Childe. 

3696. The Terre Cuit Tea Set, 
Newfields: New Hampshire. 
Moonrise at Sunset. 

Isles of Shoals: Duck Island. 
The Squall: Gloucester. 
Der Groot House : Haarlem. 
St. Michaels: Lannion. 



3607. 

3698. 
3699. 
3700. 
3701. 
3702. 
3703. 
3704. 
3705. 
3706. 
3707. 
3708. 
3709. 
3710. 
3711. 
3712. 
3713. 
3714. 



Skull Springs: Oregon. 
Happy Valley : Harney Desert. 



Puerta del Sol: Toledo. 

Brittanv Cottage. 

In the Shadow of the Vine. 

Reading the Letter. 

Diana's Bath. 

The West Indian Girl. 

Couch on the Porch: Cos Cob. 

New England Peaches and Grapes. 

The Strawberry Tea Set. 

Portrait of a Young Girl. 

3715. California Hills in Spring. 

3716. The Fete of Lannion: Grey Evening. 
Brelevenez. 

Lannion. 

Brelevenez: Second. 
The Quais : Lannion. 
The Blue Sea: Appledore. 

3722. The Old House: September. 

3723. The Old House with Elms. 
Weir's Farm: The Rain. 
Street in Haarlem. 

3726. Antwerp Cathedral S*pire. 

3727. La Clarte. 

Sunset: New England Coast. 
The Ancient Window of Nemours. 
The Yachts: Gloucester Harbor. 
Aphrodite. 
The South Ledges. 

The Woman with Black Furs and 
Fire Opals. 



3717. 
3718. 
3719. 
3720. 
3721. 



3724. 
3725. 



. 

3728. 
3729. 
3730. 
3731. 
3732. 
3733. 



SCULPTURE. 
Portnoff, Alexander. 

3734. Portrait Bust, 
Coonsman, Nancy. 

3735. Portrait of Old Woman. 
Sahler, Helen. 

3736. Head of a Boy. 
Polasek, Albin. 

3737. Portrait Bust of Theodore N. Ely. 

GALLERY SEVENTY-NINE. 

PAINTINGS. 
Chase, William Merritt. 

3738. Miss Savageau. 

3739. Just Onions. 

3740. Self Portrait. 

3741. Miss Emmett. 

Lent by the Brooklyn Museum. 

3742. A Poor Man's Meal. 

3743. Portrait of an Artist. 

3744. Steichen. 

3745. Helen. 

3746. A Passenger Boat. 

3747. Venice. 

3748. Italian Landscape. 

3749. Dav Dream. 

3750. Portrait of Mrs. C. 

Lent by Carnegie Institute. 

3751. Old Houses: Venice. 

3752. Long Island Landscape. 

3753. On a Grand Canal. 



UNITED STATES SECTION 



Chase, William Merritt (Continued). 

3754. Friendly Advice. 

3755. Portrait of J. Frank Currier. 
3750. Back of the Villa. 

3757. Koto. 

3758. Study of a Young Girl. 

3759. Portrait of Whistler. 

3700. Mrs. Vonnoh. 

3701. Mrs. Mason. 

3702. Fruit, 

3703. R. U. Johnson. 

3764. Big Copper Kettle and Fish. 

3765. Mr. Sullivan. 

3700. Woman with the White Shawl. 

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

3707. Still Life: Fish. 

3708. Mrs. Sullivan. 

3769. Mrs. Chase. 

GALLERY EIGHTY. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Metcalf, Willard L. 

3770. Trembling Leaves. 
Paxton, William McGregor. 

3771. Breakfast. 
Metcalf, Willard L. 

3772. Early Spring Afternoon: Central 

Park. 
Paxton, William McGregor. 

3773. Daylight and Lamplight. 
Metcalf, Willard L. 

3774. Blossom Time. 
Hale. Philip Leslie. 

3775. A Family Affair. 
3770. Portrait. 

Wendel, Theodore. 

3777. Hillside Autumn. 
Hale, Philip Leslie. 

3778. Sun Bath. 

3779. La Princessp Lointaine. 

3780. Woman with Roses. 
Wendel, Theodore. 

3781. October Haze. 
Little, Philip. 

3782. The Making of New Lands. 
Crane. Bruce. 

373. The Templed Hills. 
Paxton, William McGregor. 

3784. Bellissima. 
Foote, Will Howe. 

3785. Sunny Interior. 
Bosley, Frederick A. 

3780. Interior. 
Paxton, William McGregor. 

3787. Portrait of James Paxton. 
Foote. Will Howe. 

3788. Hydrangeas. 
Little, Philip. 

3789. The Upper Ipswich. 

3790. An Upland Meadow. 
Goodwin, Arthur Clifton. 

3791. Boylston Street: Boston. 
Miller, Kenneth Hayes. 

3792. The Swan. 
Noyes, George L. 

3793. Late Autumn. 
Paxton, William McGregor. 

3794. Woman and Baby. 
Foote, Will Howe. 

3795. Italian Girl's Head. 
Miller, Kenneth Hayes. 

3796. The Cloud. 
Noyes, George L. 

3797. Spring Morning: Medfield. 
Goodwin, Arthur Clifton. 

3798. Boylston Street: Boston. 

3799. T Wharf: Boston. 
Thompson, Leslie P. 

3800. Girl in White. 



Wendel, Theodore. 

3801. Ipswich Marsh. 
Metcalf, Willard L. 

3802. Salmon River: Norway. 
Hale, Lillian Westcott. 

3803. Lavender and Old Ivory. 
Hale, Philip Leslie. 

3804. The Tower of Ivory. 
Metcalf, Willard L. 

3805. October Afternoon. 
Hale, Lillian Westcott. 

3806. Portrait. 
Major, Ernest L. 

3807. Blond in Blue. 
Paxton, William McGregor. 

3808. Glow of Gold and Gleam of Pearl. 
Metcalf, Willard L. 

3809. Cherry Blossoms. 
Thompson, Leslie P. 

3810. Girl with Mirror. 
Metcalf, Willard L. 

3811. Winter's Festival. 
Paxton, William McGregor. 

3*812. The Housemaid. 

SCULPTURE. 
Calder, A. Stirling. 

3813. Seated Athlete. 

3814. A Woman. 
Kemeys, Edward. 

3815. Fighting Panther and Deer. 
Harvey, Eli. 

3816. Rex: Lion with Antelope. 

GALLERY EIGHTY-THREE. 

PAINTINGS. 
Florence, M. Sargent. 

3817. Panel. 

3818. Panel. 
Merritt, Anna Lea. 

3819. Lure of Fame. 
Florence, M. Sargent. 

3820. Panel. 

3821. Panel. 

SCULPTURE. 
Dallin, Cyrus Edwin. 

3822. My Boys. 
Holm, Victor S. 

3823. Edmund H. Wuerpel, Esq. 
Dallin, Cyrus Edwin. 

3824. Paul Revere. 
Corbett, Gail Sherman. 

3825. Bust of Rev. Samuel J. Calthrop. 
Piccirilli, Attilio. 

3820. Fragment of a Statue. 

3827. Fragment of a Statue. 
Brenner, Victor D. 

3'828. Womanhood. 
Quinn. Edmond T. 

3829. Aspiration. 

Lent by Mrs. Henry W. Boettger. 
Dallin, Cyrus Edwin. 

3830. The Scout. 

3831. The Medicine Man. 
Salvatore, Victor D. 

3832. Seeking. 

GALLERY EIGHTY-FIVE. 

PAINTINGS. 
Walker, Horatio. 

3833. Man Sawing Wood. 
MacChesney, Clara T. 

3834. A Good Story. 

Lent by the National Gallery, 
Walker, Horatio. 

3835. Ploughing in Acadja. 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Wheeler, Janet. 

3836. In Memoriam. 
Walker, Horatio. 

3837. Boy Feeding Calves. 

3838. Sheep Shearing. 

Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts 

Academy. 
Volk, Douglas. 

3839. Marion of Hewnoaks. 

3840. Maid of the Manor. 

3841. Mother and Child. 
Hawthorne, Charles W. 

3842. Fisherman's Daughter. 

3843. Granddaughter. 

3844. The Market Woman. 
Stetson, Charles Walter. 

3845. A Place of Peace. 

3846. October. 

3847. Bather. 

3848. Moonrise Behind Cypresses. 

3849. Harmony. 

3850. Portrait of Grace Ellery Channing- 

Stetson. 

3851. Summer Joy. 

3852. The Love Song. 

3853. Smugglers. 

3854. In Praise of Dionysos. 
Hawthorne, Charles Webster. 

3855. Mother and Child. 
Gay, Walter. 

3856. Les Pigeons Savants. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Brush, George De Forest. 

3857. The Potter. 

3858. Portrait of a Lady. 

Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 

3859. Andromeda. 
Parrish, Clara Weaver. 

3860. The Worshipper. 
Lambert, John. 

3861. Red and Black. 

Lent by the Art Club of Phila- 
delphia. 

SCULPTURE. 

Deming, Edwin Willard. 

3862. The Playing Bear. 
Grafly, Charles. 

3863. George Harding. 

3864. W. Elmer Schofield. 
Saint Gaudens, Louis. 

3865. Infant's Head. 
Calder, A. Stirling. 

3866. Laughing Boy. 
Grafly, Charles. 

3867. The Surgeon. 

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

GALLERY EIGHTY-SEVEN. 
PAINTINGS AND ETCHINGS. 

Duveneck, Frank. 

3868. Whistling Boy. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3869. Girl's Head. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3870. Man with Red Hair. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3871. Young Man with a Ruff. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3872. Portrait of William Adams. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 



Duveneck, Frank (Continued). 

3873. Portrait of J. Frank Currier. 

Lent by Alfred Juergens, Esq. 

3874. Unfinished Portrait Study. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3875. Study of a Nude Back. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3876. Head of a Young Girl. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3877. Portrait. 

Lent by William M. Chase, Esq. 

3878. Sketch of a Nude. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3879. Woman with Forget-Me-Nots. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3880. Blacksmith. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3881. Head Portrait of Mr. Mills. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3882. Portrait of Man in Spanish Costume. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3883. Lady with a Veil. 

Lent by George E. Hopkins, Esq. 

3884. Blue Boy. 

Lent by Mrs. D. H. Holmes. 

3885. Portrait of Professor Loeffts. 

Lent by Mrs. Herman Goepper. 

3886. Sketch of a Turk. 

Lent by the Tavern Club. 

3887. Blind Old Man. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3888. Portrait: Mrs. Francis Hinkle. 

Lent by W. H. Hinkle, Esq. 

3889. Palazzo ca d'Oro: Venezia. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3890. Ponte Vecchio: Florence (1884). 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
3'891. Grand Canal: Venice. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3892. In the Bay of Venice. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3893. View of the Grand Canal: Venice. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3894. Venetian Bridge. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3895. The Rialto: Venice. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3896. San Pietro in C'astello: Venice. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3897. Riva degli Schiavoni No. 1. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3898. Bridge of Sighs. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3899. Piazza San Marco: Venice. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3900. Rivadegli Schiavoni No. 2. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3901. Laguna : Venice. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3902. Beechwoods: Polling: Bavaria. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 



UNITED STATES SECTION 



De Camp, Joseph R. 

3903. Portrait of Frank Duveneck. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Duveneck, Frank. 

3904. Portrait Sketch. 

Lent by the Tavern Club. 

3905. Young Man with Red Skull Cap. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3906. Girl's Head: Yellow Background. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3907. Turkish Page. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of Fine Arts. 
3-908. The Hunchback. 

Lent by Miss Jane Otis. 

3909. Italian Boy. 

Lent by George E. Hopkins, Esq. 

3910. John W. Alexander. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3911. Woman with a Fan. 

Lent by M. A. De Wolfe Howe, 
Esq. 

SCULPTURE. 
Vonnoh, Bessie Potter. 

3912. Water Lilies. 
Duveneck, Frank. 

3913. Memorial: Elizabeth Booth Duve- 

neck. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Burroughs, Edith Woodman. 

.".914. Vine Leaves. 
Aitken, Robert. 

3915. A Thing of Beauty. 
Chamberlin. F. Tolles. 

3916. The Cup Bearer. 

GALLERY EIGHTY-EIGHT. 

PAINTINGS. 
Redfield, Edward W. 

3917. The Quarry Road. 

3918. Between Daylight and Darkness: 

New York City. 

3919. On the Delaware River. 

3920. Overlooking the Valley. 

3921. A Village in France. 

3922. Rhododendrons. 

3923. In the Woods. 

3924. Cedar Hill. 

3'925. Road to the Village. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3926. The Green Sleigh. 

3927. The Woodland Brook. 

3928. The Briar Patch. 

3929. Equihen : France. 

3930. On the River Bank. 

3931. In New York Harbor. 
.",932. Foothills of the Blue Ridge. 

Lent by Frederick H. Gottlieb. 

3933. In the Clearing. 

3934. Garden by the River. 

3935. The Breaking of Winter. 
393'6. Autumn. 

3937. The Hills and River. 

SCULPTURE. 
Ullerhusen, Ulrich H. 

3938. Buffalo Gone ! 
Gelert, John. 

3939. Thesus Courting Ariadne. 

GALLERY EIGHTY-NINE. 

PAINTINGS. 
Tarbell, Edmund C. 

3940. New England Interior. 

Lent by Miss Catherine Codman. 

3941. Girl in Blue. 



Tarbell, Edmund C. (Continued). 

3942. Girl Reading. 

Lent by Boston Museum of Fine 
Arts. 

3943. Girls Reading. 

Lent by Mrs. Daniel Merriman. 

3944. Girl Crocheting. 

Lent by Bela Lyon Pratt, Esq. 

3945. Girl Reading. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3946. Dr. Edward Reynolds. 

Lent by Dr. Edward Reynolds. 

3947. Edmund and Eaglet. 

3948. Girl in White. 

Lent by J. II. Gest, Esq. 

3949. The Mirror. 

Lent by the Queen City Club. 
3t)50. Reverie. 

Lent by Miss Georg-ina f'arey. 
:i'951. Portrait: Hon. John W. Hammond. 

Lent by the Hon. John W. Ham- 
mond. 

3952. Mrs. John S. Lawrence. 

Lent by John Silsbee Lawrence, 
Esq. 

3953. Girl with Dog. 

Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Stephen 
Codman. 

3954. The Turquoise Ring. 

Lent bv the Art Club of Phila- 
delphia. 

3955. My Family. 

3956. Mrs. Samuel Cabot, Jr. 

Lent by Mrs. Samuel Cabot. 

3957. Interior. 

Lent by Dr. George Woodward. 

3958. On Bos'ns Hill. 

Lent by S. Dacre Bush, Esq. 

3959. The Dreamer. 

SCULPTURE. 
Pratt, Bela Lyon. 

3960. Young Mother. 

3961. Upstream and Downstream. 

3962. Echo. 

3963. The Butterfly. 

3964. Polo Player.' 

3965. Edward Everett Hale. 

3966. Nathan Hale. 

.'V967. Study of a Young Girl. 
396S. Lord' Amherst, 

3969. St. Christopher. 

GALLERY NINETY. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 
Keith, William. 

3970. The Impression. 

Lent by Mrs. Mary Mcllcnry 
Keith. 

3971. Revelation. 

Lent by Mrs. E. N. Harmon. 

3972. The Symphony of Peace. 

3973. Portals of the Woods. 

3974. Rainy Day. 

3975. Midsummer Night's Dream. 

Lent by Mrs. Marv McHenry 

Keith.' 

397(5. Storm. 
3*977. Landscape No. 3. 

Lent by Mrs. Henrietta Zeile. 

3978. Landscape No. 5. 

Lent by Mrs. Henrietta Zeile. 

3979. Landscape No. 2. 

Lent by Mrs. Henrietta Zeile. 
."980. Landscape No. 4. 

Lent bv Mrs. Henrietta Zeile. 

3981. Quiet Pool. 

Lent by Mrs. E. N. Harmon. 

3982. Landscape. 

Lent by the Joseph Worcester 

Estate. 
398.",. Sketch. 

Lent by Mrs. Mary C. Richardson. 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Keith, William (Continued). 

3984. Water Color. 

Lent by Mrs. Mary C. Richardson. 

3985. Landscape. 

Lent by C. F. Jacobsen, Esq. 

3986. Grey Morning. 

Lent by Mrs. Mary C. Richardson. 
.'5987. Landscape. 

Lent by the Joseph Worcester 
Estate. 

3988. Water Color. 

3989. Landscape. 

Lent by Mrs. Mary C. Richardson. 

3990. Cloudy Day. 
.".991. Landscape No. 1. 

Lent by Mrs. Henrietta Zeile. 

3992. Landscape. 

Lent by Mrs. Reginald Knight 
Smith. 

3993. Spirit of Music. 

Lent by Mrs. Mary McHenry 

Keith. 
.'i'994. Into the Storm. 

3995. Sunset. 

Lent by Mrs. E. N. Harmon. 

3996. Silent Hour. 

3997. Landscape. 

3998. Shepherdess. 

Lent by Mrs. E. N. Harmon. 

GALLERY NINETY-ONE. 
PAINTINGS. 

Steen, Jan Haircksz. 

3999. The Drunken Woman. 

Lent by August Berg, Esq. 
Luiiri, Bernardo. 

4000. The Angel. 

Lent by Dan Fellows Pratt, Esq. 
Viti, Timoteo. 

4001. Madonna. 

Lent by Dan Fellows Pratt, Esq. 
Teniers, David. 

4002. Kitchen Scene. 

Lent by Charles M. Cooke (Ltd.). 
Tintoretto, Jacopo. 

4003'. Head: Venetian Senator. 

Lent by Oliver Dennett Grover, 

Esq. 
Italian School. 

4004. Holy Family. 

4005. Noah and His Sons. 
Coques. Gonzales. 

4006. Burgomeister and Family. 

Lent by Charles M. Cooke (Ltd.). 
Baroccio. 

4007. Portrait of Prince of Urbino. 

Lent by Dan Fellows Platt, Esq. 
Piazzetta, G. B. 

4008. Portrait of a Boy. 

Lent by Dan Fellows Platt, Esq. 
Bassano (Jacopo da Ponte). 

4009. Banquet of Dives. 

Lent by Dan Fellows Platt, Esq. 
Baroccio. 

4010. Portrait of Prince of Urbino. 

Lent by Dan Fellows Platt, Esq. 
Piazzetta, G. B. 

4011. Portrait of a Girl. 

Lent by Dan Fellows Platt, Esq. 
Ribera, Juseppe de (called Spagnoletto). 

4012. St. Jerome's Last Prayer. 

Lent by Dr. Gilbert L. Parker. 
Guido of Siena. 

4013. Madonna. 

Lent by Dan Fellows Platt, Esq. 
Van Ostade, Adriaen Jansz. 

4014. Tavern Scene. 

Lent by William Berg, Esq. 



Segna di Bonaventura. 

4015. Madonna. 

Lent by Dan Fellows Platt, Esq. 
Engelbrechtsen, Cornells. 

4016. Lot and His Daughters. 

Lent by Gilbert L. Parker. 
Watteau, Antoine. 

4017. The Rivals. 

SCULPTURE. 
Zettler, Emil Robert. 

4018. Professor T. S. 

GALLERY NINETY-TWO. 

PAINTINGS. 
Ccurbet, Gustav. 

4019. Young Man Avith Yiolineello. 

Lent by C. E. S'. Wood, Esq. 
Ziem, Felix. 

4020. Garden in Venice. 

Lent by Charles F. Adams, Esq. 
Le Brun, Charles. 

4021. The Family of Daruis at the Feet 

of Alexander. 

Lent by the Art Institute of 

Chicago. 
Fortuny y Carbo, Mariano. 

4022. The Model: A Sketch. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Aca- 
demy of the Fine Arts. 
Meissonier, Jean Louis Ernest. 

4023. St. John the Divine. 
Courbet, Gustav. 

4024. Study of a Thoroughbred. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Corot, Jean Baptiste Canaille. 

4025. Boy Sketching. 

Lent by Miss Henriette E. Fail- 
ing. 
Israels, Jozef. 

4026. Poor Man's Harvest. 
Duez, E. 

4027. By the Sea Shore. 
Brouwer, Ardiaen. 

4028. Head of Old Man. 
Corot, Jean Baptiste Camille. 

4029. Landscape. 

Lent by Miss Caroline A. Mc- 

Clees. 
Achenback, Andreas. 

4030. The Harvest Moon. 
Van Gogh, Vincent. 

4031. Moulin de la Galette. 
Daubigny, Charles Francois. 

4032. The New Moon. 

Lent by Charles F. Adams, Esq. 
Bonnington, Richard P. 

4033. Village Scene in Italy. 
Cazin, Jean Charles. 

4034. The Repentance of Simon Peter. 

Lent bv Rev. Frank W. Gun- 

saulus. 
Maris. Matthew. 

4035. Water Color. 

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

4036. Landscape. 

4037. Crepescule. 
Monticelli, Adolphe. 

4038. Fete Champetre. 

Lent by A. C. Balch, Esq. 
Brascassat, Jacques Raymond. 

4039. Noonday Rest in France. 
Tissot, James. 

4040. The Reception. 
Monticelli, Adolphe. 

4041. NyniDhs Bathing. 

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



UNITED STATES SECTION 



Van Marcke, Emile. 

4042. A Normandy Cow. 

Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts 
Academy. 

SCULPTURE. 

Ladd, Anna Coleman. 

404.3. Elenora Duse. 
Polasek, Albin. 

4044. Aspiration. 

O' Done van, William R. 

4045. Bust of Dr. Talcott Williams. 

Lent by Dr. Talcott Williams. 
Weinman, Adolph A. 

4046. Portrait of W. R. M., Esq. 

4047. Chief Blackbird. 
Manship, Paul. 

4048. Satyr and Sleeping Nymph. 
Longman, Evelyn Beatrice. 

4049. Head of Bacchante. 
Warner, Olin L. 

4050. Maude Morgan. 

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

GALLERY NINETY-THREE. 
PAINTINGS. 

Twachtman, John H. 

4051. October. 

Lent by Charles A. Platt, Esq. 

4052. Niagara, 

4053. River in Winter. 

Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 

4054. Phlox. 

4055. Brush House: Cos C'ob. 

4056. Sailing. 

4057. Flowers. 

Lent by J. Alden Weir, Esq. 

4058. View on the Brette: Bethune. 

Lent by the Hillyer Art Gallery, 
Smith College. 

4059. Windmills. 

Lent by the Hillyer Art Gallery. 

Smith College. 
4000. Niagara, 

Lent by W. J. Johnson, Esq. 

4061. Sketch. 

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

4062. Frozen Stream 

4063. Mother and Child. 

4064. The Azaleas. 

Lent by Henry Smith, Esq. 

4065. Greenwich Hills. 

4066. Bridge in Spring. 

4067. Marine. 

Lent by Henry Fitch Taylor, Esq. 

4068. Gladioli. 

Lent by Edward H. Coates, Esq. 

4069. Waterfall: Yosemite. 

Lent by Mrs. Gustave Radeke. 

4070. On the Upper Terrace. 

4071. Summer. 

4072. Waterfall. 

Lent by Henry Smith, Esq. 

4073. Hill at Arc-la-Bataille. 

4074. Meadow Flowers. 

Lent by the Brooklyn Museum. 

4075. The Back Road. 

Lent by Childe Hassam, Esq. 

4076. Harbor View Hotel. 

SCULPTURE. 

Manship, Paul. 

4077. Little Brother. 

4078. Lyric Muse. 

4079. Indian Hunter. 

4080. Prong-horn Antelope 

4081. Portrait of a Baby. 

4082. Centaur and Dryad. 

4083. Portrait Statuette. 

4084. Playfulness. 

4085. Spring Awakening. 



For Galleries Ninety-four to One Hundred 
and Sixteen, see pages 82 to 97. 

GALLERY ONE HUNDRED AND 
SEVENTEEN. 

PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Hittle, Margaret A. 

4086. Flower Beds at Reissig's. 
Dirks, Rudolph. 

4087. On the Dike. 
Edwards, George Wharton. 

4088. No-Man's Ledge: Monhegan. 
Buehr, Karl Albert. 

4089. Luncheon Outdoors. 
Jones, Leon Foster. 

4090. A Misty Day in Winter. 
Olson, Albert Byron. 

4091. Decoration: The Three Sisters. 
Gustin, Paul Morgan. 

4092. A Clearing in the Northwest. 
Bowdoin, Harriette. 

4093'. A Venetian Highway. 
Frieseke, Frederic Carl. 

4094. Summer. 

4095. The Garden. 
Nelson, Bruce. 

4096. Sea and Sky. 
Waltman, Harry Franklin. 

4097. Vermont. 
Wentz, Henry. 

4098. November: Five P. M. 
Noble, John. 

4099. Paris: The Beach. 
Carlson, John Fabian. 

4100. Along the Stream. 
Cockroft, Edythe Varian. 

4101. Portrait Study. 
Jay, Cecil. 

4102. Torn Skirt, 
Frieseke, Frederic Carl. 

4103. The Garden Chair. 
Hobart, Clark. 

4104. The Blue Bay: Monterey. 
Feldman, Baruch M. 

4105. Portrait Study: Introspection. 
Frieseke, Frederic Carl. 

4106. Youth. 
Gutmann, Bernhard. 

4107. Nude. 
Frieseke, Frederic Carl. 

4108. Girl Embroidering. 
Fortune, E. Charlton. 

4109. Summer. 
Ball, Robert E., Jr. 

4110. Moonlight: Gothic Arch at St. Jean: 

Brittany. 
Sutter. H. R. 

4111. Street Scene: Provincetown. 
Mager, Gus. 

4112. Tulips and Irises. 
McFee, Henry Lee. 

4113. Still Life. 
Mathews, Lucia K. 

4114. Little Girl. 
Heynemann, Julia. 

4115. O.ld Chinatown: San Francisco. 
Lundborg. Florence. 

4116. Etna in the Afterglow. 
Bixbee, William. 

4117. Winter. 
O'Brien, Frank M. 

4118. Dunes in Italy. 



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Rittman, Louis. 

4119. Early Morning in a Garden. 

Cucuel, Edward. 

4120. Champagne. 

Ullman, Eugene Paul. 

4121. Young Widow. 

Mager, Gus. 

4122. Flower Bouquet. 

Tanner, Henry O. 

4123. Christ at the Home of Lazarus. 

Frieseke, Frederic Carl. 

4124. Boudoir. 
Ullman, Eugene Paul. 

4125. Parisienne. 
Foss, Harriet Campbell. 

4126. Pink Phlox. 
Rittman, Louis. 

4127. Breakfast. 
Cucuel, Edward. 

4128. Autumn Sun. 
Butler, Theodore Earl. 

4129. Peonies. 
Williams, George Alfred. 

4130. Boom Island Light : Ogonquit. 

Haworth, Edith. 

4131. Gibraltar. 

4132. Midsummer. 

4133. Cypress Tree. 

4134. African Coast. 

4135. Village Street: Provincetown. 
Ball, Robert E., Jr. 

4136. The Palms. 
Burleigh, Sydney Richmond. 

4137. At the Wharf. 
Snell, Henry B. 

4138. Twilight at Sea. 
Nell, Tony. 

4139. Floating Feather. 
Shaw, Sydney Dale. 

4140. Nature's Screen. 
Forsyth, William. 

4141. A S'unny Corner. 
Rogers, Gretchen W. 

4142. Still Life. 
Randolph, Lee. 

4143. Avignon: France. 
Cuneo, Cyrus Cincinatto. 

4144. The Mother. 
Lundborg, Horence. 

4145. Old Fountain : Taormina. 
Cooper, Emma Lamport. 

4146. Temple at Jaipur. 
Frieseke, Frederic Carl. 

4147. The Bay Window. 
Mora, F. Luis. 

4148. Vacation Time. 
Thorndyke, Charles Hall. 

4149. Gray Weather. 
Mora, F. Luis. 

4150. Spanish Fair in the Time of Goya. 
Roberts, Alice Mumford. 

4151. Red Peppers. 
Paxton, Elizabeth Okie. 

4152. In the Morning. 

SCULPTURE. 

Sterling, Lindsey Morris. 

4153. Fountain: Afraid. 
Hovenden, Martha M. 

4154. Girl and Kitten; Sundial. 
Schulenburg, Adele E. 

4155. Scrub Woman. 



GALLERY ONE HUNDRED AND 
EIGHTEEN. 

PAINTINGS. 

Cahill, William V. 

4156. The Red Book. 

Lang, Annie Traquair. 

4157. The Gray Kimona. 
Wickwire, Jere R. 

4158. Portrait of My Mother. 
Saxton, John Gordon. 

4159. Midwinter. 
Bohm, Max. 

4160. The Promenade. 
Harrison, Alexander. 

4101. Nature's Mirror. 
Fassett, Truman E. 

4162. Portrait: Mrs. Fassett. 
Dougherty, Parke C. 

4163'. Winter Morning: Etretat. 
Cucuel, Edward. 

4164. Summertime. 
Hecht, Victor David. 

4165. Portrait of Mrs. Irving Stern. 
Gihon, Clarence M. 

4166. A Corner: Rue de Vaugirard. 

Ravlin, Grace. 

4167. Evening: Market Place: Tangiers. 

Gotthold, Florence Wold. 

4168. The Yellow Cat. 
Woolf, Samuel Johnson. 

4169. Brown the Wheats. 
Thorndyke, Charles Hall. 

4170. Church. 
Ravlin, Grace. 

4171. Great Market: Grand Tangiers. Soko. 

Gihon, Clarence M. 

4172. Peasant Houses. 
Poor, Henry Varnum. 

4173. Baby's Toilet. 
Little, John Wesley. 

4174. A Passing Shower. 
Wright, John. 

4175. Sicilian Landscape. 
Nelson, Bruce. 

4176. The Summer Sea. 
De Voll, F. Usher. 

4177. Quebec from the Fortifications. 

Grant, Lawrence. 

4178. Fishing Boats: Concarneau. 
Walden, Lionel. 

4179. Before Fishing. 
Hoffman, Harry Leslie. 

4180. A Mood of Spring. 
Titcomb, M. Bradish. 

4181. Hillside and Harbor. 
Hamilton, Wilbur Dean. 

4182. Spring. 
Mason, John. 

4183. On the Road to Killingworth. 
Dewey, Charles Melville. 

4184. The Harvest Moon. 
Spaeth, Mary Haughton. 

4185. Penelope Roberts. 
Clute, Walter Marshall. 

4186. Romance. 
Cockroft, Edythe Varian. 

4187. Girl Reading. 
Heynemaun, Julia. 

4188. Miss Molly Muir. 
Britmback, Louise Upton. 

4189. The Harbor: Gloucester. 



UNITED STATES SECTION 



Hills. Laura Coombs. 

4190. The Morning Cup. 
Nicholls, Khoda Holmes. 

4191. 1860. 
Doming, Adelaide. 

4192. A Quiet Day. 
Mason, John. 

4193. Old Cider Mill. 
Seawell, Harry W. 

4194. Interior. 
Dunbar, Harold C. 

4195. Girl in Black. 
Breuer, Henry J. 

4196. Lake Louise. 
Hoffman, Harry Leslie. 

4197. Saturday Morning: Savannah Mar- 

ket, 
Hubbell, Henry Salem. 

4198. The Crimson Charger. 
Heynemann, Julia. 

4199. Mrs. Arthur Symons. 
Stewart, Julius L. 

4200. Venice. 
Hopkins-'n, Charles. 

4201. Salem Bay: Massachusetts. 
Smith. George Washington. 

4202. California Hillside. 
Yarrow, William H. K. 

4203. In the Orchard. 
Knox, James. 

4204. White Swan. 
Fink, Denman. 

4205. Portrait of Mrs. F. 
Smith, George Washington. 

4206. Eucalyptus Trees. 

SCULPTURE. 

Akeley, Carl E. 

4207. The Wounded Comrade. 
Crenier. Henri. 

4208. Girl and Butterflies. 
Weinman, Adolph Alexander. 

4209. Heroic Courage. 
Adams, Herbert. 

4210. Meditation. 
Weinman, Adolph Alexander. 

4211. Study for Lincoln at Hodgenville. 

GALLERY ONE HUNDRED AND 

NINETEEN. 
PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS AND PRINTS. 

Muhrman, Henry. 

4212. Garden Flowers. 

4213. Town and S'ky. 
Wyeth, N. C. 

4214. Roaring Skipper. 
Muhrman, Henry. 

4215. Boy with White Cat. 

4216. Sunset. 

4217. Autumn Landscape with Children. 

4218. Chrysanthemums. 
Peterson, Jane. 

4219. Rapids Above Niagara. 
Budworth. Will A. 

4220. Early Spring: Wakefield Woods. 
Preston, James. 

4221. Paris No. 9. 

4222. Mamburg: Bavaria. 

4223. Paris No. 7. 

4224. Paris No. 5: Cafe. 
Blumenschein, Mary Greene. 

4225. Valentine." 
Pierce, Lucy V. 

4226. Carmel Landscape. 



Mura, Frank. 

4227. Cloudy Day on the Thames. 

4228. Street in Warwick: Winter. 
Bull, Charles Livingston. 

4229. Beauty and the Beast. 
Mura, Frank. 

4230. Brewer's Draymen. 
42hi. Washerwomen. 

4232. Cottages in Warwick. 
Nell, Tony. 

4233. Paper Ladies. 
Woodward, Ellsworth. 

4234. Felucca. 
Wehrschmidt, Daniel A. 

4235. You Should Also Mount with Me. 

4236. Old Hall. 
McCormick, Howard. 

4237. Hopi Ceremonial. 
Mura, Frank. 

4238. Below London Bridge. 
Nell, Tony. 

4239. Study in Black. 
Snell, Henry B. 

4240. The Quai: Paris. 
Mura, Frank. 

4241. The Old Malt House. 

4242. Market Carts. 
Blumenschein, Ernest L. 

4243. Love of Life No. II. 
Mura, Frank. 

4244. Barges in Tow. 

4245. Castle Wall: Warwick. 
Wilson, Floyd. 

4246. Chinatown: Portland. 
Monges, Henry B. 

4247. Sunset. 
Preston, James. 

4248. Paris No. 8. 

4249. Paris No. 6. 

4250. Paris No. 4. 

4251. Paris No. 3. 

Marshall, E. Newell. 

4252. Parrots and Anemones. 

4253. Paroquet and Peaches. 
Patterson, Margaret. 

4254. Basque Fishing Boats. 
Budworth, Will S. 

4255. Afternoon Shadows: Chestertown. 

Marshall, E. Newell. 

4256. Paroquet. 

4257. Parrot. 

4258. Parrot and Grapes. 

4259. Parrot and Fruit. 

Pape, Eric. 

4260. The Mexican Dance. 
Snell. Henry B. 

4261. The Lighthouse by Moonlight. 
Selden, Henry Bill. 

4262. Cloudy Morning. 
Fisher, Mark. 

4263'. On the River Stort. 

4264. In the Garden. 
Couse. E. Irving. 

4265. An Indian Shepherd. 
Boone, Cora. 

4266. Tulips. 
Peterson, Jane. 

4267. Sunlight and Shadow : Venice. 
Snell, Henry B. 

4268. The Devon Coast. 
Norman, Mabel. 

42(59. portrait of Mrs. Helene Anderson. 
Boone, Cora. 

4270. A Pot of Flowers. 



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DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Peterson, Jane. 

4271. Old Venice. 
Norman, Mabel. 

4272. Portrait of Mr. Charles H. Hapgood. 

Webster, Herman A. 

4273. Ponte Santi Trinita. 

4274. Rio della Croce : Venice. 
Martinez y Orozco, Xavler T. 

4275. Land of Silence. 
Norman, Mabel. 

4276. Maestro Alessandro. 
Webster, Herman A. 

4277. Ponte alle Grazie: Florence. 

4278. Rio Ogni Santi: Venice. 
Olson, Albert Byron. 

4279. Ballet. 
Crisp, Arthur. 

4280. The Little Spinster. 
Olson, Albert Byron. 

4281. Ballet. 
Crisp, Arthur. 

4282. A Song Hit. 

4283. The Philanderer. 
Norman, Mabel. 

4284. Matilde. 
Webster, Herman A. 

4285. Ponte Vecchio: Florence. 

4286. On the Arno: Florence. 
Martinez y Orozco, Xavier T. 

4287. The Storm. 
Norman, Mabel. 

4288. Portrait of Dr. George Cerio. 

4289. Maestro Alessandro: Profile. 
Woodworth, Ellsworth. 

4290. Veere. 
Bowdoin, Harriette. 

4291. A Bit of Sunshine. 
Eisenlohr, E. G. 

4292. First Furrows. 
Norman, Mabel. 

4293. Portrait of Mrs. \Vm. R. Hunter. 
Snell, Henry B. 

4294. The Cove. 
Percy, Isabella C. 

4295. Interior of Mission: San Juan. 
Hunter, Isabel. 

4296. On the Exposition Grounds No. 1. 

4297. On the Exposition Grounds No. 2. 
MacChesney, Clara T. 

4298. Still Life. 
Robinson. Boardman. 

4299. T. R. in old Madrid. 

4300. Viva What's His Name: Mexico, '12. 
Becker, Maurice. 

4301. The Older Generation. 
Dillave, Blanche. 

4302. Moonlight. 
Blumenschein, Ernest L. 

4303. Love of Life No. 1. 
Hale, Walter. 

4304. The Walk Along the Ramparts. 
Wright, Louise Wood. 

4305. In Dorsetshire. 
Granville-Smith, Walter. 

4306. The Landing. 
Storrs, John. 

4307. Portrait. 
Wehrschmidt, Daniel A. 

4308. The Hedge Cutter. 
Mendelhall, Emma. 

4309. Mulberry Street Hill. 
Sloan, John. 

4310. Woman on Roof. 

4311. Girl Undressing. 



Dillaye, Blanche. 

4312. The Evening Star. 
Blumenschein, Mary Greene. 

4313:. A Girl. 
Sloan, John. 

4314. At the Top of the Swing. 
Wehrschmidt, Daniel A. 

4315. The Old Shepherd. 
Maury, Cornelia F. 

4316. The Three Bears Story. 
Hale, Walter. 

4317. The Chapel on the Rock : Le Puy. 
Wright, Louise Wood. 

4318. Corfe Castle: Dorset. 
Granville-Smith, Walter. 

4319. The Boat Shop. 
Mielziner, Leo. 

4320. Character Head. 
Robinson, Boardman. 

4321. Disease in the Wake of War: Bal- 

kans, '12. 
Becker, Maurice. 

4322. The Boy and the Man. 
Dillaye, Blanche. 

4323. On the Grand Morin. 
Maynard, Richard F. 

4324. Reading. 
Cahill, Arthur. 

4325. Illustration for Western Story. 
de Rosales-Bagg, Louise. 

4326. Miss Betty Callish. 

4327. Portrait, 
Snell, Henry B. 

4328. Still Life. 
Forsyth, William. 

4329. Winter in the Hills. 
Davis, Stuart. 

43-30. The Cafe Logue. 
Mielziner, Leo. 

4331. Mr. Philip Conway Sawyer. 
Cauldwell, Leslie. 

4332. Portrait of Colonel W. 
La Farge, Bancel. 

4333. The Ravine. 
Mielziner, Leo. 

4334. Mr. Herbert Baer. 
Halpert, Samuel. 

4335. Still Life. 
Zorach, William. 

4336. The Country Valley. 
Carlson, John Fabian. 

4337. Cloud Legions. 
Langtry, Mary. 

4338. Personally Conducted. 
Zorach, William. 

4339. Flowers. 
Mendenhall, Emma. 

4340. An English Village. 
Zorach, William. 

4341. The Wood Cutters. 
Lamb, F. M. 

4342. Our New England. 
Balaxo, Paula Himmelsbach. 

4343. Parthenon: Moonlight, 
Bradley, Susan H. 

4344. Grand Canyon. 
Harding, George. 

4345. Busy Day at the Docks. 
Peterson, Jane. 

4346. Old Morlaix. 
Zorach, William. 

4347. Woods in Autumn. 
Beek, Alice D. Engley. 

4348. Portrait Study. 



UNITED STATES SECTION 



Preston, James. 

4349. Regenburg: Bavaria. 
Mielziner, Leo. 

4350. A Profile in Silver Point. 
Jackson, Annie Hurlburt. 

4351. Child's Head. 
Hunt, E. Aubrey. 

4352. Morocco. 
Davis, Stuart. 

4353. A Back Yard. 
Harding, George. 

4354. Colombo Harbor. 
Hubbard, Mary Wilson. 

43'55. A Portrait Sketch. 
Keller, Arthur I. 

4356. The Bach Double Concerto. 
Harding, George. 

4357. Busy Day at the Docks. 
Dufner, Edward. 

4358. Portrait: A Ray of Sunlight. 
Wehrschmidt, Daniel A. 

4359. The New Slave. 
Harding, George. 

4360. Night: Australian Desert. 
Bull, Charles Livingston. 

4361. The Sea Horse of Grande Terre. 
Sloan, John. 

4362. Return from Toil. 
Reuterdahl, Henry. 

4363. The Shipbuilders. 
Warren, Harold B. 

4364. The Matterhorn. 
Halpert, Samuel. 

4365. Lake George. 
Tuttle, Ruel Crompton. 

4366. The Fountain: Windsor. 
Mendenhall, Emma. 

4367. Street in St. Ives: Cornwall. 
Butler, J. J. P. 

4368. Autumn Landscape. 
Butler, Theodore Earl. 

4369. Afternoon. 
Couse, E. Irving. 

4370. The Turquoise Beadmaker. 
Woodbury, Charles H. 

4371. Cut at Empire. 

4372. Near Empire. 

4373. Culebra Cut. 
Bourne, Gertrude B. 

4374. Rear View of Boston State House. 
Lichtenauer, J. Mortimer. 

4375. Study for Shubert Theatre. 
Keller, Arthur I. 

4376. The Young Critic. 
Bourne, Gertrude B. 

4377. Rhododendrons. 
Woodbury, Charles H. 

4378. Near Pedro Miguel. 

4379. The Great Slide. 

4380. Sea Wall: Panama. 
Peterson, Jane. 

4381. Low Tide. 
Zimmerman, M. W. 

4382. Across the Valley. 
Butler, Theodore Earl. 

4383. Sunrise. 
Chapman, Charles S. 

4384. The Marauder. 

SCULPTURE. 

Fraser, James Earle. 

4385. Portrait of J. G. 
Coonsman, Nancy. 

4386. Wistful Baby. 



Scudder, Janet. 

4387. Tortoise Fountain. 
Mazur, Wladyslaw. 

4388. Motherless. 
Manor, Florence. 

4389. The Florence Madonna. 
Wright, Alice Morgan. 

4390. Beside the Pool. 
Burroughs, Edith Woodman. 

4391. L'Arriere Pensee. 
Vonnoh, Bessie Potter. 

4392. The Intruder. 

GALLERY ONE HUNDRED AND 

TWENTY. 
PAINTINGS. 

Halpert, Samuel. 

4393. Interior. 
Hamilton, Mary Riter. 

4394. Old Woman: Study. 
Gihon, Clarence M. 

4395. Haunted House. 
Maurer, Alfred H. 

4396. Jeanne. 
Woodbury, Onarles H. 

4397. The Bark. 
Maurer, Alfred H. 

4398. Bal Bullier. 
Stewart, Julius L. 

4399. Wood Nymphs. 
Kent, Rockwell. 

4400. A Mother and Her Sons. 
Wehrschmidt, Daniel. 

4401. The Morning's Milk. 
Stewart, Julius L. 

4402. Blue Butterfly. 
Mamgault, E. Middleton. 

4403. Pastoral. 
Noble. John. 

4404. Toilers of the Sea. 
Bissell, Helen Rathbun. 

4405. Old Melodies. 
Luks, George. 

4406. The Mother. 
Hamilton, Wilbur Dean. 

4407. Portrait of Justice McKenna. 
Coleman, Charles Caryl. 

4408. Sorrow. 
Berlin, Harry. 

4409. Vermont Hills. 
Muhrman, Henry. 

4410. The Barge. 
Finkelburg, Augusta. 

4411. My Woodsie Park. 
Langtry, Mary. 

4412. A September Night: Ipswich. 
Bremer, Anne M. 

4413. The Village of Good Cheer. 

4414. Marigold and Primrose. 
Merritt, Anna Lea. 

4415. Nymph of Dew. 
Thorndyke, Charles Hall. 

4416. Boats Entering the River. 
Thomas, Seymour. 

4417. Portrait: Henri Vignaud. 
Marr, Carl. 

4418. Holy Family. 
Burnside, Cameron. 

4419. The Yellow Curtain. 
McKillop, William. 

4420. Portrait of Robei't W. Chanler, 
Bremer, Anne M. 

4421. The Fur Collar. 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Olson, Joseph Oliver. 

4422. The Landscape Class. 
Merritt, Anna Lea. 

4423. Youth. 
Council, Edwin D. 

4424. The Dunes. 
Fisher, Mark. 

4425. The Rick Yard. 
Tinman. Eugene Paul. 

4426. Head of a Young Woman. 
Barlow, Myron. 

4427. Flowers. 
McKillop, William. 

4428. The Letter. 
Murray, Frank Waldo. 

4429. Portrait of Robert Fowler. 
Dabo, Leon. 

4430. The Rockets: Rain of Fire. 
Barlow, Myron. 

4431. Apples. 
Rittenberg, Henry B. 

4432. Still Life. 
Heyneman, Julia. 

4433. The Spanish Coat. 
Ericson, David. 

4434. Low Tide. 
Barlow, Myron. 

4435. Fish Sellers. 
Conner, John Eamsey. 

4436. The Little Seamstress. 
La Farge, Bancel. 

4437. The Willow. 
Luks, George. 

4438. Man in Brown. 
Bellows, George. 

4439. Polo Crowd. 
Sprinchorn, Carl. 

4440. Beach at Laguna. 
Bellows, George. 

4441. River Front. 

4442. Portrait of a Young Lady. 
Pancoast, Morris Hall. 

4443. Afternoon : Tomkinsville. 
Tanaka, Yasushi. 

4444. The Shadow of the Madrona. 
Gelhaar, Emil. 

4445. Packer Hall. 
Woolf, Samuel Johnson. 

4446. The News Stand. 
Glintenkamp, Henry J. 

4447. Wind Gap. 
Mitchell, Arthur. 

4448. Close of a November Day. 
Hamilton, Mary Biter. 

4449. The Poor. 
Adams, Philip. 

4450. The Sailor. 
Webster, E. Ambrose. 

4451. In the Woods, 
de Wentworth, Cecile. 

4452. Taper to Saint Genevieve. 
Tucker, Allen. 

4453. Portrait in Blue and Ivory. 
Webster, E. Ambrose. 

4454. On the Trail. 
Bellows, George. 

4455. Excavation at Night. 
Davey, Randall. 

4456. Segovian Man. 
Kopman, Benjamin D. 

4457. Portrait of a Young Man. 
Du Bois, Guy Pene. 

4458. Trapeze Performer. 



Bissell, Helen Bathbun. 

4459. A German Interior. 
Upton, Florence K. 

4460. The Yellow Room. 
Mager, Gus. 

4461. The Laborer. 

SCULPTURE. 
Wright, Alice Morgan. 

4462. Wood Nymph. 
Harvey, Eli. 

4403. Lion of the Desert. 
Knight, Charles Robert. 

4404. Kodiak Bear. 
Worthington, Beatrice Maude. 

4465. Grief. 
Ladd, Anna Colemau. 

4466. The Sword. 
Kratina, Joseph M. 

4467. Genius: Head of Baby. 
Warner, Olin L. 

4468. Mr. Cottier. 
Knight, Charles Robert. 

4469. Polar Bear. 
Ball, Caroline Peddle. 

4470. Sundial. 
Knight, Charles Robert. 

4471. Leaping Tiger. 
Storrs, J. 

4471'. Marble Head. 

COLONNADE. 
SCULPTURE. 
Roth, Frederick G. R. 

4473. Sea Lions. 
Dallin, Cyrus Edwin. 

4474. The Scout. 
Ladd. Anna Coleman. 

4475. Wind and Spray. 
Patigian, Haig. 

4476. Diana. 

Fry. Sherry Edmucdson. 

4477. Peace: Fountain Figure. 
Proctor, A. Phimister. 

4478. American Bison. 
Saint Gaudens, Augustus. 

4479. Seated Lincoln. 

Lent by the Lincoln Monument 

Fund. 
Holm. Victor S. 

4480. Halsey C. Ives, Esq. 
Saint Gaudens, Louis. 

4481. Piping Pan. 
Scudder, Janet. 

4482. Flying Cupid. 
Berge, Edward. 

4483. Muse Finding Head of Orpheus. 
Scudder, Janet. 

4484. Young Pan. 
Berge, Edward. 

4485. Wild Flower. 

4486. Boy and Frog Fountain. 
Bitter, Karl. 

4487. Statue of Thomas Jefferson. 
Polasek, Albin. 

4488. Portrait of a Boy. 
Grafly, Charles. 

4489. The Pioneer Mother. 
Sterling, Lindsey Morris. 

4490. The Awakening. 
Adams, Herbert. 

4491. William Cullen Bryant. 
Boyle, John J. 

4492. Returning from the Hunt. 



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Scndder, Janet. 

4493. Fighting Boys. 
Noquet, Paul. 

4494. Soldier of Marathon. 

Lent by Gutzon Borglum, Esq. 
MulJer, Olga Popoff. 

4495. Primitive Man. 
Berge, Edward. 

4496. The Scalp. 
Piccirilli, Attilio. 

4497. A Faun's Toilet. 
Parsons, Edith Barretto. 

4498. Fountain: Duck Baby. 
Polasek, Albin. 

4499. The Maiden of the Roman Campagna. 
Weinman, Adolph Alexander. 

4500. Head of Lincoln. 
Perry, R. Hinton. 

4f>01. Daughter of Pan. 
Adams, Herbert. 

4502. Chief Justice Marshall. 
Berge, Edward. 

4503. Bov and Frog Fountain. 
Dietsch, C. Percival. 

4504. Destiny. 
Pietro, C. S. 

4505. Mother of the Dead. 
Taft, Lorado. 

4506. Fragment: Fountain of Time. 
Quinn, Edmond T. 

4507. Nymph : Garden Figure. 
Bartlett, Paul Wayland. 

4508. Dying Lion. 
Ladd, Anna Coleman. 

4509. Rock and Flower Group for Pool. 

Paire, Robert. 

4510. Fountain for Public Garden. 
Pratt, Bela Lyon. 

4511. Whaleman. 
Holm, Victor S. 

4512. Prim a Mater. 
Risque, Caroline Everett. 

4513. Bird Fountain. 
Ladd, Anna Coleman. 

4514. Triton Babies. 

4515. Water Sprites. 

4516. Sun-God and Python. 
Corbett, Gail Sherman. 

4517. Sundial Boy. 
Barnhorr, Clement J. 

4518. Boy Pan with Frog. 
Heber, Carl Augustus. 

4519. Bondage. 
Hyatt, Anna Vaughan. 

4520. Great Dane. 

4521. Great Dane. 
Scudder, Janet. 

4522. Young Diana. 
Frishmuth, Harriet W. 

4523. Saki : A Sundial. 
Patigian, Haig. 

4524. Apollo Hunting. 
Salvatore, Victor D. 

4525. Youth. 
Burroughs, Edith Woodman. 

4526. Garden Figure. 
Longman, Evelyn Beatrice. 

4527. L' Amour. 



Pratt, Bela L. 

4528. Boy with Fish. 
Muller, Olga Popoff. 

4529. Centaur. 
Polasek, Albin. 

4530. The Sower. 
Beach, Chester. 

4531. Beyond. 
Eumsey, Charles Cary. 

4532. Boyhood. 
Piccirilli, Attilio. 

4533. An Outcast. 
Muller, Olga Popoff. 

4534. Idyl. 
Warner, Olin L. 

4535. Dancing Nymph. 

Lent by C. E. S'. Wood, Esq. 
Piccirilli, Furio. 

4536. Eurydice. 

4537. Young Mother and Child. 
Konti, Isidore. 

4538. Wood Nymph. 
Aitken, Robert. 

4539. Michael Angelo. 

4540. William H. Taft. 

Lent by Mrs. William H. Taft. 
Ward, John Quincy Adams. 

4541. Henry Ward Beecher. 
Proctor, A. Phimister. 

4542. American Bison. 
Corbett, Gail Sherman. 

4543. Kirkpatrick Memorial Fountain. 

ROTUNDA. 
SCULPTURE. 

Pratt, Bela Lyon. 

4544. Large Relief No. 2. 
French, Daniel Chester. 

4545. Lincoln. 

Lent by the State of Nebraska. 
Recchia, Richard H. 

4546. Relief: Boston Museum of Fine Arts 

No. 2. 
Boyle, John J. 

4547. Commodore Barry Monument. 
Recchia, Richard H. 

4548. Relief: Boston Museum of Fine Arts 

No. 1. 
French, Daniel Chester. 

4549. Earl Dodge Memorial: Princeton Stu- 

dent. 

Lent by Princeton University. 

McKenzie, R. Tait. 

4550. The Young Franklin. 
Pratt, Bela L. 

4551. Large Relief No. 1. 
Bartlett, Paul Wayland. 

4552. Statue of Lafayette. 

ANNEX. 
SCULPTURE. 

Bartlett, Paul Wayland. 

4553. Philosophy. 

4554. Romance. 

4555. Religion. 
Bringhurst, R. P. 

4556. Journalism: 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



CHINESE SECTION 



CHEN CHI 

Commissioner General. 

C. Y. YEN 

Commissioner of Fine Arts. 

TU KWEN-HUA 
Secretary. 



GALLERIES NINETY-FOUR TO NINETY- 
SEVEN. 
IMITATION OF KU YU-HSIEN'S WORK. 

Wang Wen-Ming. 

1. Strass Bottle: Parrot. 

2. Strass Bottle: Hibiscus Mutabilis. 

3. Strass Bottle: Three Chickens. 

4. Strass Bottle: Lotus Flowers. 
Wang Hsao-ting. 

5. Strass Bottle: Portrait of Chuan- 

kuei. 
Teh Chang. 

6. Strass Vase in Gourd Shape. 
Long Hong-mu. 

7. Strass Vase: Pine, Bamboo and 

Prunus. 

8. Strass Pen-holder: Pine, Bamboo and 

Prunus. 

REPRODUCTION OF KANG SI PORCELAIN. 

Wang Teh-chang. 

9. Tea Cups: Colored Flowers. 

10. A Pair of Genii. 

11. Prunus Vase: Clustering Flowers. 

12. Fish Tail Vase: Red Background. 

13. Rich Colored Jar. 

14. Big Colored Platter. 

15. Colored Plate. 

16. Vase : Puan An in Procession. 

17. Liquor Cup: Human Figures. 

18. Tea Cups: Flowers on Red Back- 

ground. 
Hsun Tsong-li. 

19. Canister: Beauties. 

20. Square Vase: Flowers. 

21. Vase : Landscapes. 
Yu Hsun. 

22. Jar in Squash Shape. 

REPRODUCTION OF KIEN LUNG 

PORCELAIN. 
Wang Teh-chang. 

23. Bowl: Milky Way Marriage. 

24. Vase: Official Promotion. 

25. Colored Jar. 
Yu Hsun. 

26. Flower Basket Shaped Vase: Human 

Figures. 
Hsun Tsong-li. 

27. Rouge Colored Prunus Vase. 

28. Vase: Human Figures on Blue Back- 

ground. 

29. Slant Cornered Vase. 

30. Jar: Flowers, Deer and Storks. 

31. Globe Vase: Clouds and Bats. 

REPRODUCTION OF MING PORCELAIN. 

Wang Teh-chang. 

32. Colored Vase. 

33. Palm Shaped Vase. 

34. Gourd Shaped Vase. 



REPRODUCTION OF YONG CHUN 
PORCELAIN. 

Wang Teh-chang. 

35. Square Vase: Flowers of all Seasons. 
Hsun Tsong-li. 

36. Vase: Eight Peaches. 

REPRODUCTION OF TAG KUAN 
PORCELAIN. 

Hsun Tsong-li. 

37. Big Mouth Vase: Twelve Zodiac 

Signs. 

PORCELAIN WORK. 

Yu Hsun. 

3"8. Globe Vase: Landscape. 

39. Rose Colored Vase. 

40. Gourd STiaped Vase: Human Figures. 
Lai Ching-ko. 

41. Gold-fish Kong: Landscape En- 

graved. 
Chen Hsao-cheo. 

42. Vase: Dragon and Phoenix Engraved. 

Chen Tsun-heo. 

43. Vase: Colored Picture in Relief. 

WOOD AND BAMBOO WORKS. 

Chu Tsz-chang. 

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

44. Peach Pilferer. 

45. Intoxicated Monk. 

46. Distracted Monk. 

47. Scratching Figure. 

48. Plowman and Herdmen. 

Chen-tu. 

49. Cigarette Tray. 
Cheo Mei-ko. 

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

50. Buddha Image. 

51. Carved Picture. 
Wang Hsun. 

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

52. Carved Screen in Tabasheer. 

CLOISONNE WORKS. 

Pao Hua-leo. 

53. Badge for 3rd Grade of Merit. 

54. Corn Badge of 2nd Order. 

55. Silver Colored Badge for 2nd Grade. 

56. Corn Badge of 5th Order. 

57. Tiger Badge of 1st Order. 

58. Corn Badge of 2nd Order. 

59. Monster Tripod in Enamelled Silver. 

60. Gormand Decanter in Enamelled 

Silver. 
Teh Hsin-chen. 

61. Corn Badge of 1st Order. 

62. Corn Badge of 5th Order. 

63. Phoenix Badge. 

64. Tiger Badge. 

65. Badges of Different Styles. 



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83 



Teh Hsin-chen (Continued). 
06. Set of Twelve Cups. 

67. Colored Decanter. 

68. One Colored Decanter. 

69. Incense Burner. 

70. Five Mouthed Vase. 

71. Dragon-handled Sprinkling Pot. 

72. Twin Sheep Eared Vessel. 

73. Begonia Shaped Censer. 

74. Copper Colored Hanging Pitcher. 

75. Felicity Designed Censer. 

76. Eight Angled Vase. 

77. Dragon-handled Vase in Begonia 

Shape. 

78. Box Designed in Triple Prosperities. 

79. Dragon-handled Sprinkling Pot. 

80. Imitation of Old Vase. 

81. Imitation of Old Goblets. 

82. Imitation of Old Vase in Pillow 

Shane. 

83. Imitation of Old Vessels. 

84. Copper Colored Censer. 

85. Round Censer with Side Ears. 

86. Narcissus Pot. 

87. Censer with Side Ears. 

88. Gourd Shaped Vase with All Flowers. 

89. Double Mouthed Vase in Gourd 

Shape. 

90. Bronze Lined Square Jar. 
Teh Chang. 

91. Scepters Filled with Various Gems. 

92. Victim Shaped Vessel. 

93. Pictured Screen: Five Relationships 

Inlaid. 

94. Big Lions. 

95. Palatial Censer. 

96. Pictured Screen : Happiness and Long 

Life Inlaid. 

97. Big Vase. 

98. Screen with Inlaid Pictures. 

99. Peach Adorned Globe Vase. 
Yang, Tien-li. 

100. Light Blue Vase. 

101. Sky Blue Vase. 

102. Gold Leaf Flowered Vase. 

103. Fish Canister. 
Lao Tien-li. 

104. Rich Colored Vase. 

105. Tripod: Portrait of Ancient Monarch 

Yao. 

106. Tripod: Portrait of Ancient Monarch 

Shun. 

107. Tripod: Portrait of the Late Em- 

press Dowager. 

108. Tripod: Portrait of President Yuen. 

109. Tripod: Portrait of Vice-President 

Li. 

LACQUER WORKS, PAINTED, MOULDED, 
OR CARVED. 

Chuen Shi-so. 

110. Bowl in Begonia Shape. 

111. Lacquered Crab. 
Hsuu Chun-kao. 

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

112. Oval Plate. 

113. Nut Dish. 

114. Sky Blue Vase. 

115. Set of Five Boxes. 

116. Vase in Apple Color. 

117. Card Case in Bamboo Knot Shape. 

118. Box: Pine and Stork. 

119. Tripod Vessel. 

120. Small Vessel. 

121. Fruit Shaped Box. 

122. Buddha Image. 

123. Vase with Paintings. 

124. Vase: Emperor Thrice Visits Hermit. 

125. Figure: Goddess of Mercy 

126. Clock Stand: Greens and Rabbit 

Adorned. 

127. Tray in Lotus Shape. 



Hsivn Chun-kao (Continued). 

328. Set of Five Oval Boxes. 

129. Lichee Shaped Box. 

180. Lotus Seeds Plate. 

131. Paper Weight in Frog Shape. 

132. Pomegranate Box. 

133. Paper Weight in Tortoise Shape. 

134. Apple Colored Card Case. 

135. Card Case in Melon Shape. 

136. Copper Colored Card Case. 

137. Handkerchief Box. 

138. Vase with Scene Paintings. 

139. Small Apple Colored Vase. 

140. Sky Blue Vase: Scene Paintings. 

141. Octagon Box with Paintings. 

142. Rectangular Box with Paintings. 

143. Round Box : Butterflies. 
Lin Chin-aii. 

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

144. Vase Painted Prunus Carved. 

145. Figure: God of Longevity Riding 

Stork. 

146. Figure : Goddess of Mercy. 

147. Compartment Box. 

148. Crab Weir. 

149. Triple Prosperities Designed Tray. 

150. Lotus Leaf Shaped Fruit Dish on 

Coral Color Seat, 
Wang Hong-hsien. 

151. Picture in Gold Embossings. 
Kee Ku-kai. 

152. Case in Begonia Shape. 
153'. Citron Box. 

154. Rectangular Tray. 

155. Napkin Rings. 

156. Case in Begonia Shape. 

157. Round Box. 

358. Vase. 

359. Tea Pot. 

160. Tray. 

161. Round Box. 

162. Box in Peach Shape. 

163. Square Box. 

164. Big Round Box with Dragon Carved. 
365. Citron Box. 

166. Box in Peach Shape. 

167. Vase. 

168. Tray in Begonia Shape. 

169. Cross Tablet in Open Book Form. 

170. Deep Tray. 

171. Shallow Tray. 

172. Napkin Rings. 

173. Screen: Pictures Incised and Filled. 

Chao Yong-tsun. 

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

174. Box. 
Teh Chang. 

175. Box: To Ask the Way. 

176. Hexagon Box: Chinese Character 

Carved. 

177. Tray with Dragon Carved. 

178. Vase in Scepter Shape. 

179. Two-Seat Bench Decorated with Bro- 

cade. 

180. Chair Decorated with Brocade. 

Yong Teh-fu 1 . 

181. Jewpl Locker. 

PRECIOUS STONES AND MARBLES. 

Cheo Tsz-shan. 

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

182. Vase in Cloud Color. 

183. Leaf Wrapt Vase. 

184. Vase: Prunus and Stork. 

185. Vase: Turned-up Lotus Leaf. 

186. Seal Stone in Nectar Color. 

187. Box in Melon Shape. 

188. Vase with Paeony Carved. 

189. Vase with Bamboo Carved. 

190. Vase with Mountain Ridge Carved. 
391. Seal Stone. 

192. Figure of Seven Sages. 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



King Hsien-san. 
Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

193. Screen. 
Cheo Ting-Ian. 

194. Vase: Primus and Bamboo. 
Chen-tu. 

195. Green Stone Pen. Bowl with Engrav- 

ings. 
Teh Pao-kai. 

100. White Jade Carved Screen. 

197. Fine Carved Mandarin Duck in White 

Jade. 

198. Couple Phoenix Jar in White Jade. 
Teh Chang. 

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

199. Crystal Carved Figure of Ma Ku. 

200. Jasper Censer. 

201. Set of Three Chrysoprase Ornaments. 

202. Crystal Scepter. 
Chen Yu-chuen. 

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

203. Fine Carved Chrysoprase Censer. 
Teh Hsin-yong. 

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

204. Carved Agate Censer. 
Pao Hua-leo. 

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

205. Chrysoprase Fob with Movable Rings. 
200. Jade Carved Fob in Bean Shape. 

207. Jade Fob with Lizard Carved. 

208. Jade Fob with Lizard and Paeony 

Carved. 

209. Jade Carved Fob in Mandolin Shape. 

210. White Jade Fob with Squirrel 

Carved. 

211. Clouded Jade Fob with Gem Bead. 

212. Gold Gilt Silver Case with Inlaid 

Gems. 

213. Screen Adorned with Carved Gems 

Inlaid. 
Hsin Ku-kai. 

214. Sacrificial Vessel in White Jade. 
Yu Yuen-heo. 

215. Coin Shaped Fob in White Jade. 
210. Dragon Shaped Fob in White Jade. 

217. Jade Fob with Engravings. 
Yeh Ku-kai. 

218. Tea Crystal Vase. 
An Ti-sing. 

219. Opaque Crystal Bottle. 

STEASS WORK PAINTED INSIDE. 
Wang Hsao-ting. 

220. Snuff Bottle: Lotus Flowers and 

Fish. 

221. Strass Bottle: Scene and Gold Fish. 
Ma Hsao-shien. 

222. Snuff Bottle: Belle. 

223. Snuff Bottle: Rabbits in the Field. 

224. Snuff Bottle : Antiques. 

225. Strass Bottle: Hill Scene in Winter. 
220. Strass Bottle: Lotus, Swallows and 

Fish. 

227. Strass Bottle: Cowboy. 

228. Strass Bottle: Portrait of President 

Wilson. 

229. Strass Bottle: Portrait of President 

Yuen. 

230. Strass Bottle: Looking for Prunus 

Blossoms. 

231. Strass Bottle: Looking at Lotus 

Flowers. 

232. Strass Bottle: Crickets Playing. 

233. Strass Bottle: Portrait of Vice-Pres- 

ident Li. 

234. Strass Bottle: Studying in Autumn 

Night. 

235. Strass Bottle: Portrait of Late 

Statesman Li. 
23G. Two Bottles: Portraits of President 

and Mrs. Wilson. 
237. Bottle: Portrait of Ma Hsao-shien. 



STRASS WORK, CARVED OR STAIN 
SUPERPOSED. 

Chuei Ting-chang. 

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

238. Red Bottle: Stain Superposed. 

2S9. Light Colored Wash Cup. 
Yu Yuen-heo. 

240. Bottle in Light Color. 

241. Carved Bottle. 
Suei Wen-kai. 

242. Red Superposed Bottle in Gourd 

Shape. 

243. Bottle with Lizard Carved. 
Tong-tai. 

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

244. Carved Vase: Stain Superposed. 
Li Chang-tai. 

245. Carved Bottle. 

240. Bottle with Fish Carved. 
Teh Chang. 

247. Bottle: Fir and Eagle Carved. 

248. Bottle: Lizard Carved. 

249. Bottle: Lizard Carved. 

250. Bottle: Antiques Carved. 

251. Bottle: Late Begonia Carved. 

252. Bottle: Lotus Leaf and Fish Carved. 

253. Bottle: Lizard Carved. 

254. Bottle: Carp Carved. 
Pao Hua-leo. 

255. Bottle: Geese and Lotus Flowers. 

FRUIT STONES CARVING. 

Canton Local Commission. 

250. Olive Kernel Boats. 
Hsin Yeh. 

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

257. Flower Pots. 

258. Small Boat. 

259. Olive Kernel Skiffs. 

PITH PAPER AND STRAW WORKS. 

Kuan Wen-kai. 

200. Pith Paper Picture: Late Geranium. 

201. Pith Paper Picture: Flowers. 

202. Pith Paper Picture: Cherries and 

Birds. 

263. Pith Paper Picture: Flowers of All 

Seasons. 

264. Pith Paper Picture: Olea Fragrans. 

265. Picture: Prunus and Chrysanthe- 

mums. 
Kui Hsu-yuen. 

266. Straw Portrait : President Wilson. 

DESIGNED PATTERNS. 

Heo Ki-chang. 

207. Carpet Design: Tide Scene. 

268. Carpet Design : Flower Picture. 

269. Carnet Design: Auspicious Sign. 

270. Carpet Design : Hall Scene, Full of 

Rich and Noble. 

271. Carpet Design: Abundance, Nobility, 

and Longevity. 

272. Carpet Design : Hundred Butterflies. 

273. Carpet Design: Blooming Flowers 

and Plants. 

274. Carpet Design: Delightful Scene. 

275. Carpet Design: Flower Picture. 

276. Carpet Design: Sweet Flowers and 

Plants. 

IVORY AND SHELL, CARVED OR 
PAINTED. 

Yu Hsiao-shien. 

277. Ivory Fob: Prose Writings Cut. 

278. Nap-tie Pin Top Piece Ivory: Sketch 

Writings Cut. 

279. Nap-tie Pin Top Piece Ivory : Verse 

Writings Cut. 



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Yu Hsiao-shien (Continued). 

280. Ivory Fob: Ten Commandments Cut. 

281. Ivory Fob : Seven Verses Cut. 

282. Ivory Fob: Prose Wi-itings Cut. 

283. Ivory Screen: Sketch Writings Cut. 

284. Ivory Screen: Ballad Writings Cut. 

285. Brooch Top Piece Ivory: Picture Cut. 

286. Brooch Top Piece Ivory: Verses Cut. 
Li Hsao-yu. 

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

287. Ivory Carved Ball in Ten Layers. 

288. Ivory Carved Ball in Eight Layers. 
280. Ivory Carved Ball in Seven Layers. 
20ft. Ivory Carved Ball in Nine Layers. 

201. Ivory Carved Ball in Seven Layers. 

202. Ivory Carved Balls in Twenty Layers. 
20:i. Tusk with Flowers Carved. 

204. Tusk with Flowers Carved. 

205. Ivory Carved Ball in Twelve Layers. 
2015. Ivory Carved Ball in Eleven Layers. 

207. Ivory Carved Ball in Fifteen Layers. 

208. Ivory Carved Ball in Sixteen Layers. 
200. Ivory Carved Ball in Thirteen Layers. 

Canton Local Commission. 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 
Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E.. 1915. 
300. Ivory Carved Ball in Twenty-seven 

Layers. 
.301. Ivory Penholder: Picture Painted in 

Gold. 
.302. Ball with Top and End in Fifteen 

Layers. 
Li Heo-yeh. 

30-3. Fine Carved Picture Frame in Ivory. 
Ren Yee-suen. 

304. Eight Majestic Horses Carved in 

Ivory. 
Fong Kong-tu. 

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

305. Ivory Carved Goddess of Mercy. 

306. Ivory Carved Nude Belle. 
Lien Hsivn-hao. 

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

307. Ivory Carved Ball in Twenty-eight 

Layers. 

308. Ivory Carved Lotus Boat. 

300. Ivory Eight-Layer Ball with Unfin- 
ished Model. 

310. Ivory Carved Penholder. 

311. Five-Storied Pagoda, Carved in Ivory. 

312. Battle Scene Carved in Tusk. 
Chuan San-ho. 

313. Shell: Flowers and Birds in Gold. 

314. Carved Shell. 

315. Shell: Moonlight Scene on the Pearl 

River. 

310. Shell: Five-Storied Buildings in the 
Goat City. 

EMBROIDERY AND SILK PAINTING. 
Yu Shen-sheo. 

317. Embroidered Portrait of Jesus Christ. 
Slien Shui-tseng. 

318. Embroidered Spirited Horses. 
King Tsing-fun. 

319. Embroidered Gamboling Cats. 
Yu Shu-tze. 

320. Embroidered Snow Scene of the Gold 

Turret Temple. 

321. Embroidered Portrait of Princess 

Victoria Louise. 
Sun Heu-tai. 

322. Picture: Puss and Butterfly. 
Yu-chio. 

323'. Picture of Soochow City. 

324. Picture of Empress Yang after Bath- 

ing. 
Wen Hsun-kai. 

325. Gauze Lantern (12") Human Figures 

Painted. 



Wen Hsun-kai ( Continued). 

326. Square Gauze Lantern : Paintings. 

327. Palatial Gauze Lantern (14") Paint- 

ings. 

328. Palatial Gauze Lantern (12") Paint- 

ings. 

329. Palatial Gauze Lantern (8") Paint- 

ings. 

330. Palatial Gauze Lantern (12") Paint- 

ings. 

PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Liu Tsz-hsin. 

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

331. Finger Drawing: Flowers of All 

Seasons. 

332. Finger Drawing: Swallows Returning 

to Bridge. 

333. Finger Drawing: Ancient Cypress 

Scraping Clouds. 

Wang Hsi-kai. 

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

334. Rustling Trees and Bubbling Springs. 

335. Autumn Scene. 

Li Hao. 

Honorable Mention: P. P. 1. E., 1915. 

336. A Belle in Summer. 

337. A Belle Picking Prunus. 
Lin Hsu 1 . 

338. Kiang Nan Willow Green. 

339. Ancient Fir on Grand Mount, 

340. Folding Screen : Scenes of Four 

Seasons. 
Hwang Lu-nien. 

341. Landscape on Fan Covering. 
Nu Su-nen. 

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

342. Landscape on Fan Covering. 
Chen Su-kong. 

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

343. Landscape on Fan Covering. 

Su Chen-lien. 

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

344. Four Scrolls: Flowers of Four Sea- 

sons. 
Fu-Su-shan. 

345. Heroine Going to War. 

346. Brush Drawing: Portrait of Presi- 

dent Yuen. 

347. Brush Drawing: Portrait of Vice- 

President Li. 
Kiang Ying-seng. 

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

348. Hall Picture: S'now Scene. 
Chang Chen. 

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

349. Morning Breeze Over the Willow 

Land. 
Chen Huai. 

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

3'50. Fan Covering: All Flowers. 
Mo Fong-si. 

351. Oil Painting: Peking City Tower 

Scene. 
Chen Mai-Cheo. 

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

352. Framed Picture : Human Figures. 
Hwang Ki-fang. 

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

353. Picture of Lao Mountain. 

354. Picture of Hseo Mountain. 

355. Picture of Npu Chang Mountain. 

356. Picture of Xi Mountain. 
Lo Yong. 

357. Fairyland. 
Sao Yu-sien. 

358. Happiness in Fisherman's Howe. 



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Han Si-su. 

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

359. Imperial Toinb at Distance. 
Yu Chin-po. 

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

360. Ancient Vessels with Paintings. 
Kao Siao-shan. 

Honorable Mention: P. P. I. E., 1915. 
301. Weaving Brocade. 

362. Chao Chun, the Heroine, Journeying 

Over the Border. 
Kao Ki-fong. 

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

363. Falling Flowers. 

364. The Drake and Duck. 
Kao Chien-fu. 

365. Rain Stopped. 
.366. Field Pond. 

Shin Ying-chin. 
Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

367. Folding Screen: Flowers of All 

Seasons. 
Hsiao Suin. 

368. Landscape. 
Yo Tsai-chen. 

369. Ten Scrolls: Colored Flowers and 

Birds. 

Shen Tun-no & Shen Tin-chen's Collection. 

Ku Loh-tse, Imitating Chiao Chien-li's Paint- 
ing. 

370. Landscape in Bright Colors. 

Ku Chia-chun, Imitating Yang Fei's Painting. 
Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

371. Portrait of Amitabha. 

Ku Chia-chun, Imitating Chu Teh-jen's Paint- 
ing. 
Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

372. Genie Riding on Wind. 

Sha Fu-ching, Imitating Chin Shih-chow's 
Painting. 

373. Palace of Han Under Autumn Moon- 

light. 

Sha Fu-ching, Imitating Chen Chu-chun's 
Painting. 

374. Tsao Ta-ku Making Lecture to Court 

Ladies. 

Liu Sun-fu's Collection. 
Ma Chen. 

375. Eight Immortals. 
Chao Tzu-ang. 

376. Landscape. 
Li Yang-Chlh. 

377. Landscape. 
Chiao Shan-fu. 

378. Figures. 
Ho Pi-chuan. 

379. Figures. 
Chu Jui. 

380. Turning Horses. 
Kao Chi-pei. 

381. Cats. 
Liu I-tzu. 

382. Mandarin Ducks. 
Chao Chien-li. 

383". Landscape. 
Liu Sung-mien. 

384. Landscape. 
Sun Pal. 

385. Landscape. 
Kuo Hsu. 

386. Landscape. 
Jen Wei-chang. 

387. Bamboo Study. 
Hui Tsung. 

388. Reeds and Ducks. 

389. White Eagle. 



Pien Lu. 

390. Peacocks. 
Pien Shou-mien. 

391. Geese and Rushes. 
Lu Han- chen. 

392. Small Boys. 
Hsii Hsi. 

393. Study of Cats. 
Ma Yuen. 

394. Painter Seeking Inspiration on Don- 

key. 
Cheng Tzu Chao. 

395. The Affairs at Dawn. 
Wang I. 

396. Street Vendor. 
Wang Fei. 

397. Study of Tigers. 
Ku Chien-lung. 

398. Wang An Shin Making Merry with 

His Friends. 
Pao Yun-ting. 

399. Tao Yuan. 

400. Tung Fong Su at the Golden Horse. 
Wu Chen. 

401. Bamboos in Wind and Rain. 
Unsigned. 

402. Yang Chien or Heavenly General. 
403". Skakyamuni. 

404. Traveling on the Roads of Szechuen. 
Wang Chien-peng. 

405. Lady Ho Sien Ku. 
Tang Yu-sheng. 

406. Landscape. 
Cha Shih-piao. 

407. Landscape. 
Lan Tao. 

408. Landscape. 
Lan Sheng. 

409. Landscape. 
Cheng Man-sheng. 

410. Landscape. 
Tang Ying. 

411. Landscape. 

412. Woman and Child. 
Yu Chi-ting. 

413. Chu Ko Liang. 
Nen Wei-ching. 

414. Butterflies. 
Hsu Tsan. 

415. Sparrows Among Plum Blossoms. 
Ma Chiang-chuan. 

416. Birds and Flowers. 
Chen Pao-chio. 

417. Bamboos. 
Hung Hsin. 

418. S'tudy of Flowers. 

Album Collection. 

419. Pictures. 

420. Portraits. 

421. Landscapes. 

422. Pictures and Poems. 

423. Paintings. 

424. Paintings. 

Chou Shih-chou. 

425. Hand Scroll : Historical Scenes in 

Shangsi Yuan Park. 

426. Hand Scroll: 100 Beauties on Hand 

Scroll. 

427. Landscape. 

Chao Chung-mu. 

428. Supernatural Beings on Hand Scroll. 

Huang Jun. 

429. Wang Hsi Chi Feasting with His 

Friends. 



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Wio Yu Pi Ching. 

430. Lotus and Ducks. 
Li Hsi-san. 

431. Sun Hsing or Three Stars. 
Shen Nan-ping. 

432. Stork and Flowers. 

433. Birds Study. 
Chow Tsung-po. 

434. Azaleas and Banana Trees. 
Chien Shun-chu. 

43"). Ma Ku. 
Luii Tien-slut. 

430. Falcon and Pine. 



Kai Chi-hsiang. 

437. Garden Screen. 

Wang Chiao-chi. 

438. Autumn fe'cene. 
Shih Jui. 

439. The Four Rerluse Grey Heads. 
Chang Jui-tu. 

440. Poker Work. 

Yuan Shang-ting. 

441. Water Gate at Dawn. 
Chao Shou. 

442. San Sing and Wu Tsu. 



PHILIPPINE SECTION 



DR. LEON MA. GUERRERO 

President of the Philippine Board. 

W. W. BARCLAY 

Director-General, Philippine Board. 

DR. FRANCISCO LIONGSON 
Member, Philippine Board. 

FABIAN DE LA ROSA 
Chief, Fine Arts Exhibit. 



GALLERY NINETY-EIGHT 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Amorsolo, F. 

1. Landscape. 
Asuncion. 

2. A Bunch of Bananas. 
Culler, Tomas. 

3. A Water O'arrier. 
Espiritu, A. 

4. A Gardener. 

5. Assassination of 

mante. 
Fabie, S. L. 

0. A Garden Corner. 

7. Country Ways. 
Herrer, Joarjuin M. 

Awarded Silver- Medal 

8. The Model. 

9. Sampling. 
Hidalgo, Felix R. 

Awarded Gold Medal: 
10. 



Governor Busta- 



P. P. I. E., 1915. 



P. P. 1. E., 1915. 

The Corpse of a Tribal Chief Lying 
in State. 

11. Assassination of Governor Busta- 

mante. 

12. The Surf. 

13. Moonlight. 

14. Landscape. 

15. Archeronte. 



Hidalgo, Felix R. (Continued). 
16. A Portrait. 
37. Landscape. 

18. Christian Maidens Before the Mob. 

19. Marine. 

20. Hero and Leander. 
Luna, Juan. 

21. A DvTtch Scene. 

22. A Parisienne. 
Moreno, Agapita. 

23. A Baguio Landscape. 
O'Farrell, G. 

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

24. Landscape. 

25. Landscape. 
Reyes, N. 

26. Landscape. 
Rivera y Mir, Vicente. 

27. A Filipino Maiden. 

28. A Filipino Dame. 

29. A Sick Man. 
de la Rosa, Fabian. 

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

30. My Cat. 

31. Resentihent. 

32. A Billet Doux. 

33. A Dininjr Koom Corner. 

34. A Portrait of Miss Hidalgo. 
Zaragoza, M. 

35. Gallantry. 

36. At Prayer. 



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DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



SWEDISH SECTION 



P. RICHARD BERNSTROM 
Commissioner General. 

ANSHELM SCHULTZBERG 
Commissioner of Fine Arts. 



GALLERIES NINETY-NINE TO ONE 

HUNDRED AND SEVEN. 

PAINTINGS. 

Aminoff, Gregori. 

1. The Peacock. 
Backluud-Celsing, Elsa. 

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

2. Skiing. 

3. Tobogganing. 

4. The Birthday Table. 
Bauer, John. 

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

5. Fairv Girl. 

6. Brother Martin: 1. 

7. Brother Martin: 2. 

8. Brother Martin: 3. 

9. Brother Martin: 4. 

10. Flipper Woman. 

11. "Tt is the Wood Nymph," said the 

Moose. 

12. "Is It Silver?" asked a hoarse 

voice. 

1?t, Wingmor: opened. 

14. The Princess Sat Amid Flowers. 

15. The Witch Hewed Firewood. 

16. Hut and Goblins. 

17. The Fogey is Furious. 

18. Goblins and Dogs. 

19. " 'Tis Thy Eyes," said the Gob- 

lins. 

20. The Magic Plant. 

21. Hurnpe at the Spring. 

22. Hurnpe and His Mother. 

23. The Fairy and the Hultra-forests 

Nymph. 

24. The Goblins Jumped. 

25. The Lady of the Woods. 

20. The Giant Boy Who Slept 15 Years. 
Behm, Wilhelm. 

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

27. Winter Evening. 

28. Autumn Day. 
2ft. Farmstead. 

30. Snowflakes. 

31. Sunset in the Forest. 

32. Spring Evening. 
Bergman, Oscar. 

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

33. Midsummer. 

34. Birch Trees in Springtime. 

35. Cliff and Snow. 

36. Apple Bloom. 

37. Islands Outside Stockholm. 

38. Gray Weather. 

39. Fruit Trees in Bloom. 

40. Thaw. 

41. Pines and Snow. 

42. Winter: 1. 
43'. Winter: 2. 

44. Winter: 3. 

45. Winter: 4. 
40. Winter: 5. 

*7. Ice Formations after Storm. 

48. Cypress. 

49. Fiesols. 

50. The Lighthouse. 

51. Sandhamn. 

52. Firs and Snow. 



Bergstrom, Alfred. 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. 1. E., 1915. 

53. Spring Day. 

54. Spring Evening. 

55. Summer Evening. 

Bergstrom, Sigge. 

56. Hilly Country. 

57. Cliffs. 

58. Sunny Recess in the Mountains. 

Boberg, Anna. 

59. First Snow in the Mountains. 

60. The Fisher's Cemetery. 

61. Arctic Night. 

62. Huts and Boats. 

63. Drying, the Sails. 

64. The Glacier Lake. 

65. In the Fjord of the Dead. 

66. April Morning. 

67. Fisherbqats in the Harbour. 

68. Spring in the Mountains. 
GO. Lights and Shades. 

Burmeister, Gabriel. 

70. The Rill. 

71. Old Age. 

72. Contemplation. 

Carlberg, Hugo. 
Awarded Silrer Medal: P. P. J. E., 1915. 

73. Spring Morning at the River. 

74. Crofters Returning Home. 

75. Timber Drivers. 

76. Springtime. 

Dufva, Torgny. 

77. Summer Day. 



Elgstrom, Ossian. 


Awira 


'ed Silver Medal: P. P. , 


L E., 


1915. 


78. 


Tjudes Tale. 










79. 


Tiudes Tale. 










80. 


The Arctic Seas Tale. 


81. 


Horagulla Gets Angry. 


82. 


The Duel. 










83. 


The Duel. 










84. 


Warris Tale.- 










85. 


Tjudes Tale from 


Jakonga : 


1. 




86. 


Tjudes Tale from 


Jakonga : 


) 




87. 


Tjudes Tale from 


Jako 


nga: 


3. 




88. 


Tiudes Tale from 


Jakonga : 


4. 




89. 


The Laplander 


Who 


Disbelieved 




His Master: 1. 










90. 


The Laplander 


Who 


Disbelieved 




His Master: 2. 










91. 


The Laplander 


Who 


Disbelieved 




His Master: 3. 










92. 


The Laplander 


Who 


Disbeli 


eved 




His Master: 4. 










93. Tarras or Five Gods. 



94. The Soul's Transmigration. 

95. The Drama at Gandvik: 1. 

96. The Drama at Gandvik: 2. 

97. The Drama at Gandvik: 3. 

98. Ajataja Sorcery. 

99. Northern Lights. 

100. Return to the Earth. 

101. The Jabmekaibmo Travel: 1. 

102. The Jabmekaibmo Travel: 2. 
ia>. The Jabmekaibmo Travel: 3. 

104. The Christmas Night. 

105. The God. 



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89 



Ericksson, Erik Edw. 
10G. Mother's Joy. 

Fahlcrantz, Axel. 

107. Approaching Storm. 

JOS. Moonlight and Kising Mist. 

Fjaestad, Gustav. 

Awarded Medal of Honor (for Painting): 
P. P. I. E... 1915. 

Awarded Silver Medal (for Engraving): P. 
P. I. E., 1915. 

100. The First Snow. 
310. The First Snow. 

111. Winter. 

112. Winter. 

113. Head of the Poet G. Froding. 

114. April Morning. 

115. The Artist's Portrait, 
lift. Winter Afternoon. 

117. Summer Night's Breeze. 

118. New Cottage in the Forest. 
110. The Spring in Springtime. 

120. Winter Moonlight. 

121. Hoarfrost in the Mountains. 

122. Easter. 

123. Moonlight on the Mountain Lake. 

124. Hoarfrost in Sunlight. 

125. Rippling Water. 
120. Moving Water. 

127. Moving Water. 

128. Winter Night. 

120. Thaw in the Forest. 

180. Summer Evening at the River. 

131. Spring: Winter. 

132. Meditation: Winter Moonlight, 
133'. Summer Night. 

134. Thaw. 

Grandstrom-Knaffl, Edith. 

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

135. Spring Time. 

130. The First Spring Day. 

137. Winter Day. 

Hedberg, Erik. 

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

138. New Fallen Snow. 

130. Between the Mountains. 

140. Summer Night. 

141. Spring Evening. 
Hesselbom, Otto. 

142. My Native Country. 

143. View Over the Lake Arran. 

144. Pine Tree in Snow. 

Hjortzberg, Olle. 

145. My Wife. 
140. Italian Man. 

147. Head. 

148. Forge in Terracina. 
Hullgren, Oscar. 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. J. E., 1915. 
140. Sun Glitter on the Sea. 

150. Winter Evening in Lofoten. 

151. The Sea. 

152. Breaking Sea. 
Johansson, Carl. 

153. Earlv Spring. 

154. Evening. 

155. Almond Trees. 

156. Summer Day. 
Kallstenius, Gottfrid. 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. 1. E., 1915. 

157. The Baltic Sea. 

158. Pine Trees in Sunlight. 
150. The Sacrificial Grove. 

160. Iron Works in Vestergotland. 

161. Manor House in Varmland. 
Kulle, Axel. 

162. The Artist's Portrait. 

163. The Naked Birch. 

164. Setting Sun; Still Water, 



Kiisel, Ernst. 

165. Calves. 

166. Ducks. 

167. Kids by the Fence. 

Larsson, Carl. 

Awarded Grand Prize (for Etching): P. P. 
I. E.. 1915. 

168. Between the White Trunks. 
160. The Doorsteps. 

170. The Study. 

171. Ski Runner. 

172. The Reading Room. 

173. Forth Outfit. 

174. Deep Thoughts. 

175. The School Child's Household. 

176. The Workshop. 

177. A Lodge. 

178. The Homes Angel. 
170. The Kitchen Maid. 

180. The Old Room. 

181. Dressing Up for the Joke. 

182. Toilet in the Summer Morning. 

183. Repairing. 

184. Mother Kersti. 

185. The Dining Room. 

186. Wash House. 

187. The Ted Room. 

188. The Dogs. 

180. Lisbeth Takes in by Ladlefuls. 

100. Nude Girl by the Stove. 

101. Reverence. 

102. Hellberg's Chicks. 

103. Nude Girl. 

104. Nude Girl. 

105. Lisbeth. 

106. A Girl's Back. 

107. Karin Does Kersti 's Hair. 

108. Mother. 
100. Anna-Stina. 

200. Martina. 

201. The Grandchild. 

Liljefors, Bruno. 

Awarded Grand Prize (for Painting): /'. 
P. I. E., 1915. 

202. Swans. 

203. Wild Geese. 

204. Sea Eagles. 

205. Sea Gull at the Nest. 
Lindh. Bror. 

206. Kiruna. 
Lindquist, Herman. 

207. Sunny April Day. 
Mas-Olle, Helmer. 

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

208. Dalecarlian Girl. 

200. Old Peasant from Dalecarlia, 

210. Old Dalecarlian Man. 

211. Portrait of Rector Magnificus 

Schuek. 

212. His Majesty King Gustaf V. 
Osslund, Helmer. 

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

213. Mullfjallet. 

214. Water Fall Porjus. 

215. Water Fall Porjus. 

216. The Water Fall Handolsforsen. 

217. Summer Evening. 

218. Evening. 

210. The Water Fall Elfkarlso. 
osterlund, John. 

220. The Abandoned Church. 
fisterlund-Wigert, Mathilda. 

221. Thaw. 

222. When the Leaves Fall, 
fisterman, Emil. 

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

223. His Majesty King Gustaf V. 

224. Portrait of Professor Cm-man. 
Schultzberg, Anshelm. 

225. Winter in the Forest. 



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Schultzberg, Arshelm (Continued). 

226. Charcoal Burning. 

Lent by Mrs. Chas. A. Stix. 

227. The Coal Man's Hut. 

228. Midsummer Night. 

229. Gray Winter Day after the First 

Snow. 

230. The Wood Barn. 

231. Winter. 

232. Winter in the Forest. 

233. A Frosty Afternoon. 
Smith, Wilhelm. 

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

234. Ploughing. 

235. Winter Afternoon. 

236. The Avenue. 

237. "It Will Be a Windy Night." 

238. Fishers. 
Strandberg, Gabriel. 

239. The Drinker. 

240. The League Boy. 

241. The Cripple. 

242. Tramper. 
Torsander, Gustav. 

243. Winter Moon. 

244. Lamplight in the Fog. 
Tori) eman, Axel. 

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

245. Torgny Lagman. 

246. The Dead Girl. 
Wrangel, Anna. 

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

247. Fisherfolk. 

248. Old Man. 
Wallin, David. 

249. Spring. 
Wieslander, Agnes. 

250. Autumn Day on the Plains. 
Zoir, Emil. 

251. Potato Gathering. 

252. Breakers. 

SCULPTURE. 
Ahlberg, Olof. 

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

253. A Sunny Moment. 

254. A Lady's Head. 

255. Laughter. 
Boberg, Sven. 

256. The First Autocar in Smaland. 
Borjeson, John. 

257. Charles X. 

258. Scheele. 

259. Christ with the Child. 

260. Consolation. 

261. Music. 

262. Art and Sloyd. 
Borjeson, Lena. 

263. Secretum. 

264. The Changeling. 
Edstrom, David. 

265. Study of Old Man. 

266. Rhapsody. 

267. Sphinx. 

268. Mask. 

269. Ellen Key. 

270. Doctor Forsell. 

271. Judge X. 

272. Fribog. 

273. Doctor Loostrom. 

274. Doctor Romdahl. 

275. Young Swedish Girl. 
Farngren, Johan. 

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

276. Monique. 

277. Study of a Head. 
Jam, Knut. 

278. August Strindberg. 



Larsson, Gottfried. 

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

279. Portrait of My Mother. 

280. Old Florentine. 

281. Original of Florence. 

282. Brutal Force. 

283. Industry. 

284. Iron Workers. 
Lindberg, Erik. 

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

285. Medals. 

286. The Swedish Challenge Prize at the 

Olympian Games. 
Lundberg, Theodor. 

287. The Little Boatmaker. 

288. Mother's Joy. 
Milles, Ruth. 

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

289. Young Peasant Woman. 

290. Old Peasant Woman. 

291. The Little Cripple. 

292. The Busy Little Girl. 

293. After Waiting in Vain. 

294. The Fisherman's Wife. 
Nordin, Alice. 

295. Praise to the Nature. 

296. Ashes Urn. 

297. Holger Drachm an. 
Neujd, Herman. 

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

298. The Little Dancing Girl. 

299. The Spring. 

300. Wood Nymph. 

301. Stina. 

302. Fourteen Years. 

303. Head of a Boy. 
Olsson, Anders. 

304. Blond. 
Sprinchorn, Gerda. 

305. Big Brother. 
Wissler, Anders. 

306. Peasant Player. 

307. Minx. 

308. Girl Playing Concertina. 

309. A Necromancy Lesson. 

310. Three Weeks Old. 

DRAWINGS, ENGRAVINGS AND 
ETCHINGS. 

For Aberg, Emil, see 440. 
Atthim, Caleb. 

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

311. Sonata. 

312. In Arcadia. 

313. Mare and Foal. 
Bergstrom, Sigge. 

314. Filipstad. 

315. At the Mouth of the River. 

316. At the Strand. 

317. Hokbergst. 

318. Winter. 
Beve, Eva. 

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

319. Village Street. 

320. Surface of Water. 

321. Prayer. 

322. In Thoughts. 

323. Parrot. 
Bjfirkman, Elsa. 

324. March Evening. 

325. Lungarno. 

326. From Dalecarlia. 

327. South Part of Stockholm. 

328. In the Offing. 
Boberg, Ferdinand. 

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

329. The Two Priests. 

330. Notre Dame in the Rain. 

331. The Ferryboat. 



SWEDISH SECTION 



Boberg, Ferdinand ( Continued ) . 

332. The Train. 

333. Venetian Boats. 

334. Fog in the Harbor. 

335. The Bridge. 

336. St. Catherine Church in Snow. 

337. Moonlight. 
33. Snow Storm. 

339. Hedvig Eleonora Church in Stock- 

holm. 

340. Twilight in the Park. 

341. House of Nobility: Stockholm. 

342. Karoline Chapel: Stockholm. 

343. Doorway of St. Jane's Church: 

Stockholm. 

344. Interior of St. Stephen's Church: 

Vienna. 

345. Street Near the House of Nobility. 

346. St. Martin Bridge: Toledo. 
Burmeister, Gabriel. 

347. Nocturne. 

348. Pastoral. 

349. The Silent Place. 

350. Adagio Pathetique. 

351. Old House in Dalecarlia. 
Cramer, Ed. 

352. The Gates of the Fide Cemetery. 
Fischer, Per. 

353. Lacko Castle. 
Gehlin, Hugo. 

354. April. 

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

356. The Favoured. 

357. The Gallant and the Death. 

358. Old End Wall. 
Hallen, Arne. 

359. In the Cafe. 
Hallgren, Ernst. 

360. Interior. 

361. The Threshing Mill. 

362. Old Yard. 
Johansson, Thor. 

363. Evening. 

364. Autumn Day. 

365. The Yard. 
Kiisel, Ernst. 

366. Cows Moving Home. 

367. Sheep. 

368. Calves Among the Reeds. 

369. Ducks. 
Leiide, Herbert. 

370. At the Death Bed. 
Lindstrom, Martin. 

371. The Hanging Birch. 

372. The Mountain Crevice. 
Luck, C. C. 

373. Goats. 

374. The Tool House. 

375. Chantecleer. 
Mas-Olle, Helmer. 

376. Old Dalecarlian Man. 

377. Dalecarlian Woman. 

378. Peasants from Dalecarlia. 
Nerman, Einar. 

379. Lavalliere. 

380. Mistingnette. 
Nordensten, Kagnhild. 

381. Storm. 
Nordling, Gerda. 

382. The Yellow Range. 
Norlind, Ernst. 

383. Rooks. 

384. Snow Melting. 

385. Study: Head. 

386. The Stork Pair. 



Magnus, Siri. 

387. Double Tulips. 

3'88. Portrait. 

389. Dedication. 

390. Roses. 

391. Fuschia. 

Magnusson, Gustaf. 

392. Dancing Girl. 

393. Salome. 

394. "For the First Time." 

395. Violin Player. 

Molin, Hjalmar. 

396. Motiv from Stockholm. 

397. The Town Gate. 

Nyman, Hilding. 

398. Skiing. 

399. The Village Shoemaker. 

400. Man from Mora. 

Petersen, Carlo. 

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

402. Hens. 

403. Owl. 

404. Pepper Bird. 

405. Ducks. 

406. From the Crinoline Time. 

Petrus, Anna. 

407. Karin. 

408. Siri Is Smoking. 

409. Profile. 

Eamberg, Gustaf. 

410. Croft in Skane. 

411. Milking Time. 

412. Half-Timbered Building: Hven. 

Sahlen, Arthur. 

413. Head. 

414. Evening. 

415. Barber Woman. 

416. Night in June. 

417. Pine Tree. 
Sahlstrom, Anna. 

418. Youth. 

419. The Bog. 

420. Oat Harvest. 

421. Siesta. 
Schonberg, Torsten. 

422. Self Portrait. 

423. Self Portrait (on the ice). 

424. The Golden Chariot. 

425. The Royal Barche: "Vasa Orden." 
Schwab, Eigil. 

426. Portrait. 

427. Self Portrait. 

428. Grimace. 

429. Grimace. 
Stangenberg, Knut. 

430. S'elma Lagerlof. 

431. Gustaf Fredrikson. 
Straat, Hjalmar. 

432. Ski Springer. 

433. Pine. 

434. Sagare-gatan (old street in Stock- 

holm). 

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

435. Greyhounds. 

436. Labour. 

437. Ex Libris. 

438. Summer Night. 
Zoir, Emil. 

439. Solitude. 
Aberg, Emil. 

440. The Chestnut Tree. 



The Works exhibited in Gallery One Hundred and Eight are part of the International 
Section. They are listed in the portion of this catalogue devoted to that Section on pages 
99 to 109. 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



PORTUGUESE SECTION 



MANUEL ROLDAN E PEGO 
Commissioner General. 

ADRIANO DE SOUSA LOPES 
Commissioner of Fine Arts. 



GALLERIES ONE HUNDRED AND NINE 
TO ONE HUNDRED AND 

ELEVEN. 
PAINTINGS. 

Aires, Frederico Pereira. 

1. A View of Minho. 

2. The Great Overflowing. 

3. Fog in River Tagus. 

4. The Shore of Buarcos. 

5. Cape Mondego. 

6. The Country of Santarem. 
Azevedo e Silva, Antonio Gongalves. 

7. The Top. 

8. A Love Affair. 

9. The Kite. 

10. Errand Boy. 

11. Tasting the New Wine. 
Batalha Reis, D. Zoe. 

12. On a Festival Day. 

13. The Cup of Tea. 

14. Chilly. 
Bonvalot, Carlos. 

15. Job. 
10. Study. 

17. The Grandmother. 
Brito, Jose de. 

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

18. The Wave. 

10. Tired of Waiting. 
Calderon, Leandro Joao. 

20. A Court in Minho. 

21. The Road to Louza. 

22. The Ancient Monastery of Alcobaga. 
Campas, Jose. 

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

2.,. Idyl. 
Cardoso, Artur Alves. 

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

24. A Cork Tree in the Afternoon. 

25. A Country Home. 
1'tt. Weaving. 

27. A Farm in Alentejo. 

28. The Beautiful Apple Tree. 

20. The Granddaughter Amusing Her- 
self. 

30. Portrait. 

31. Portrait. 
Columbano, Bordalo Pinheiro. 

32. Portrait of the Portuguese Poet 

Bulhao Pato. 

33. Portrait of the Portuguese Actor 

Vale. 

34. The White Glove. 

35. Oranges. 

36. Oysters. 
Condeixa, Ernesto Ferreira. 

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

37. The Vintage. 

38. A Seaman. 

Correa de Lacerda, Alberto V. da Rocha Por- 
tugal. 
30. Blindman's Buff. 

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

Coimbra. 

41. At Dawn. 

42. The Porta da Agua: Alfeite. 



Christine da Silva, Joao Ribeiro. 

43. A Court in the Environs of Leiria. 

44. Sunset at Belem : Para. 
Fonseca, Martinho Gomes da. 

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

45. An English Lady. 

46. A Child's Head.' 

47. Leda Surprised. 
Goncalves, D. Maria F. Mauhin. 

48. In the Dining Room. 
Guedes, Pedro. 

49. Cheesemaker. 

50. Effect of Light. 

51. Noon's Rest. 

52. The Road to Barrosa. 
Malhoa, Jose. 

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

53. The Native Song. 

54. Returning from the Festival. 

55. The Country Schoolmaster. 

56. A Catholic Procession in the Country. 

57. Stop, Father! 

58. The Drunkards. 

59. Teasing. 

60. The Nightingale's Veranda. 
Manta, Abel Abrantes. 

61. The Cloister of the Silence in the 

Monastery of Santa Cruz : Coimbra. 
02. A Miserable Ward. 

63. A Sad Landscape. 
Melo, David de. 

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

64. An Old Woman. 
Possoz, Mily. 

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

65. Roses. 

66. Oranges. 

67. Death Nature. 

68. Drawing. 
Moraes, Narciso Alfredo de. 

69. The Grandmother. 

70. The Blacksmiths. 
Prat, Artur. 

71. Herd of Sheep: Foggy Morning. 

72. Ambuscade. 
Reis, Joao. 

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

73. Spring. 

74. Needy Homes. 

75. Autumn Morning. 

76. Roofs in the Village. 
Ribeiro, Jor., Jose Nunes. 

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

77. The Potter. 

78. An Arabian Smoking. 

79. At the Looking Glass. 

80. The Mountain of Cintra. 

81. The Path of Colares. 

82. A Rustic Home. 

83. Lighting the Cigarette. 

84. At Dawn. 

85. A Rustic Farm House: Environs of 

Cintra. 

86. The Lake of Sete Cidades in the 

Island of St. Michael. 

87. Preparing for the Wash. 

88. A Corner at Sete Cidades in the 

Island of St. Michael. 



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Saude, Antonio Manuel da. 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 
89. On the Banks of the Meuse. 
00. The Moon Over the Seine. 
91. The Night and the Seine. 

02. On the Banks of the Zezerc. 

03. On the Banks of the Meuso. 
!)4. On the Banks of the Zezere. 

Sousa Lopes, Adriano de. 

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

05. The Pilgrimage. 
00. Effect of Light: Study. 
KM). The Home of the Washerwoman. 
102. Effect of Moon: Venice. 
104. The Canal of St. Gregory: Venice. 
KM!. Under the Orange Tree. 

114. My Village. 

115. A Village Church. 
11(5. Impression: Portugal. 

117. Impression: Venice. 

118. Impression: Venice. 

110. Court in Bruges: Belgium. 
Trigoso, Joao de Melo Falcao. 

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

120. Golden Seacoast: Algarve. 

121. The Silver Weddings. 
Vaz, Joao. 

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

122. An Old Wharf. 

123. The Church of the Mother of God: 

Lisbon. 

124. Embarking. 
Veloso Salgado, Jose. 

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

125. Gathering Sea Moss: Minho. 
Ox Driver: Minho. 

Charm. 
Sea Flower. 



126. 
127. 
128. 
120. 
130. 



A Girl of Minho on Sunday. 
Washerwoman of Minho. 



GROUP 1. 
CLASS 2. 
Christine da Silva. Joao Ribeiro. 

131. An Ancient Convent: Environs 
Merceana. 



of 



Fonseca, Martinho Gomes da. 

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

132. Little Boy. 

133. Ecstasy. 

134. Ellen. 

135. Mary. 
13(5. A Nun. 

137. Fixing One's Eyes. 
Matoso da Fonseca, Joao Guilherme. 

138. Getting Warm. 

139. Going Far Off. 
Possoz, Mily. 

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

140. Mother and Daughter. 

141. Study. 

142. Environs of Etampos. 
Ribeiro Jor., Jose Nunes. 

143. Door in the Alcazar: Tangier. 

GROUP 2. 

CLASS 3. 

O Comercio do Porto. 
Engravings. 

GROUP 3. 

CLASS 4. 
Castro, Rodrigo de. 

144. A Child Study: Marble. 
Costa Mota, Antonio Augusto da. 

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

145. The Digger. 
Prat, Artur. 

140. Dreaming. 
Simoes d' Almeida Sobrinho, Jose. 

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

147. Bust of an Old Woman. 

148. The Awakening. 
140. Childhood. 

Costa, Tomas. 
350. Hebe. 

151. Venus Anadyomene. 

152. David. 
Vaz Jor., Julio. 

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

153. The Grandmother. 

154. Octogenarian. 

155. The Light and the Darkness 

GROUP 3. 
CLASS 7. 
Barreiros, Augusto Cesar. 

Wood Carvings, Louis XIV Style. 



ARGENTINE SECTION 



DR. CUPERTINO DEL CAMPO 

Special Delegate of Fine Arts. 
Director of the National Museum of Fine 
Arts of Buenos Aires. 

JUAN C. OLIVA NAVARRO 
Commissioner of Fine Arts. 

Curator of the National Museum of Fine 
Arts of Buenos Aires. 

HORACIO ANASAGASTI 

Commissioner General of the Argentine Republic. 



GALLEEY ONE HUNDRED AND TWELVE. 

PAINTINGS AND SCULPTURE. 
Alice, Antonio. 

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

1. Portrait of a Lady. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

2. Confession. 

3. Morning Sun in Bogliasco. 



Bastianini, Rene. 

4. The Close of the Day. 

Bermudez, Jorge. 

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

5. The Young Landlady. 

6. Argentine Cowboy of the North. 

7. The Pilgrim. 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Boggio, Pompeo. 

A warded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

8. Types of the Quichua Indian Tribe 

at Quebrada de Humahuaca. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

9. Singing and Dancing. 
Bustillo, Alejandro. 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 
10. Self Portrait. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 
Caggiano, Cesar. 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 
31. Portrait of Mrs. G. M. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 
Del Campo, Cupertino. 

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

12. Twilight. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

13. Evening Light. 

14. The Breeding Stall. 
Canasi, Dante. 

15. Portrait. 

De La Carcova, Ernesto. 
Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

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

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 
Carnacini, Ceferino. 
Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

17. Idyllic. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

18. A Rainy Afternoon. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 
Coppini, Eliseo. 
Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

19. The Last Days. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

20. The Old Stall. 
Correa Morales, Elisa G. Adde. 

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

21. A Head. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 
Cullen, Hernan. 
Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

22. Remorse. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 
Delucchi, Pedro. 

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

23. Sunset. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

24. Poesy. 

25. The Harbor. 
Donnis, Cayetano. 

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

26. The Appuan Alps. 

27. Apples. 
Fader, Fernando. 

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

28. The Pigs' Meal. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 
Gismondi, Lia. 

29. Peace for the Souls. 
Guido, Alfredo. 

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

30. Images. 

31. Fantastic Sensation. 
Lagos, Alberto. 

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

32. An Indian of the Tehuelche Tribe. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

33. Voluptuousness. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

34. A Head. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 
Lavecchia, Francisco. 

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

35. Near Twilight. 

36. The Charm of the Evening. 
Lopez Naguil, Gregorio. 

37. The Man with the Blue Ring. 

38. The Creek of St. Vincent. 



Lynch, Justo. 

39. A Gray Day. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 
Malharro, Martin. 

40. The Plow. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

41. Nocturne. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 
Montero, Adolfo. 

42. The Coalers. 

43. A Narrow Street : Boca District : 

Buenos Aires. 
Nava, Hector. 

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

44. Light and Shadow. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

45. Portrait. 

4(5. A Woman from Chioggia. 
De Navazio, Walter. 

47. A Solitary Way. 
Oliva Navarro, Juan Carlos. 

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

48. Smiling. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

49. Head of a'Child. 
Pagano, Jose Leon. 

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

50. An Old Woman from Tuscany. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

51. Harmony in Gray. 

52. Morning. 
Panozzi, Americo. 

53. Landscape: State of Mendoza. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

54. The First Lights. 

55. The Cloud. 
Pinto, Octavio. 

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

56. The Shadow of the Calchaqui. 

57. The Blind Spring. 
Quires, C., Bernaldo de. 

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

58. Family Portrait. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

59. Portrait of the Artist Mr. Sivori. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 
Rocha, Hector. 
Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

60. The Communion. 
Rosa, Angel Maria de. 

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

61. The Visionary. 

62. Head of a Child. 
Rossi, Alberto M. 

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

63. Buenos Aires. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

64. Silhouette. 
Sivori, Eduardo. 

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

65. Self Portrait. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 
De La Torre, Carlos. 

66. The Stage. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

67. Pig's Stall. 

68. The Stage in the Pampa. 

69. The Hay Wagon. 

70. The Invasion. 

71. The Colonist's House. 

72. Trees on a Declivity. 
Weiss, Ana. 

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

73. Sunday. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 

74. Portrait. 
Zonza Briano, Pedro. 

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

75. Increase and Multiply. 

Lent by Museum of Buenos Aires. 



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C. J. K. VAN AALST 

President of the Central Commission, Amsterdam. 

H. A. VAN COENEN TORCHIANA 
Resident Commissioner General. 

WILLEM WITSEN 

Commissioner of Fine Arts. 



HOLLAND COMMITTEE 
WILLY MARTENS, President. 
WILLEM WITSEN, Vice-President. 
A. M. GORTER, Secretary. 
R. IVES BROWNE \ 
C. M. GARMS (.Members. 

H. M. KRABBE 



G. E. DE VRIES, Manager. 



GALLERIES ONE HUNDRED AND THIR- 
TEEN TO ONE HUNDRED AND 
SIXTEEN. 

PAINTINGS. 

Addicks, Christian Johannes. 

1. Mother and Child. 
Akkeringa, Johannes. 

2. On the Edge of the Water. 
Arntzenius, Paul. 

3. Native of Volendam. 

Asscher, Henriette. 

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

4. Tailor Hands at the Old Men's 

Home. 
Bastert, Nicolaas. 

5. My Village. 

6. Enkhuizen Harbour. 
Bauer, M. A. J. 

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

7. Oriental Equestrian. 
Bautz, David. 

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

8. Dead Birds. 
Beek, Bernardus Antonie. 

9. Dutch Landscape. 
Berg, Anna C. van den. 

10. Larkspur. 
Berkemeyer, Ludolph. 

11. On the Banks of a Dutch Lake. 
Bleckmann, W. C. C. 

12. Spring. 

Blommers, Bernardus Johannes. 

13. On the Way Home. 

14. Summer. 
BodifSe, Paul. 

15. Field of Blooming Poppies. 



Boer, G. J. de. 

16. In the Woods. 
Breitner, G. H. 

Awarded Grand Prise: P. /'. I. E., 

17. Amsterdam Timber-Port. 
Breman, C. O. 

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

18. The Bay of Naples. 

Chattel, Fredericus J. du. 

19. To the Mill. 
Coert, Anthoni. 

20. The Deserted House. 
Deutman, Frans. 

21. Little Mother. 
Deventer, Johanna Cornelia van. 

22. Beeches. 
Dooyewaard, Jacob. 

23. Meditation. 
Duyl-Schwartze, Th. van. 

24. The Fan. 

25. Mahler's Bust by Kodin. 

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

Netherlands. 
Dysselhof, G. W. 
Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. 1. E., 1915. 

27. Lobsters. 
Engel, Frederik. 

28. Milking Time, 
van Essen, Jan. 

29. Pelicans. 
Frankfort, E. D. 

30. Along the Road. 
Gar Jeanne, J. 

31. Shadows of the Clouds. 
Garms, Coenraad M. 

32. The Enkhuizen St. Pancras Steeple. 
Gerdes, Ed. 

33. Womanhood: 1914. 



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Goedvriend, Theodoor. 

34. From a Fairy of the Veluw County. 

35. Old Cottage at Chailly: France. 
Gori, Berta. 

30. Old Woman. 
Gorter, Arnold Marc. 

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

37. Autumnal Day. 
Graafland, Bob. 

38. Summer Day. 
Groot, G. de. 

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

40. Fresh Life. 
Hem, Piet van der. 

41. Katwyk Fisherwoman. 
Hyner, Arend. 

42. Village Talk. 
Israels, Isaac. 

43 1 . Spanish Cafe. 

44. The Great Mare. 
Ives Browne, Robert. 

45. Before the Mirror. 
Jans, Jan. 

46. Standing Water on the Sand Hills: 

Spring Morning. 
Jurres, J. H. 

47. Casting Stones at Don Quixote. 
Kerling, Anna E. 

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

48. Diligent Old Woman. 

49. Providing with Fodder. 
Koster, Anton Louis. 

50. A Bulb Grower's House with Nur- 

sery of Darwin Tulips in Holland. 

51. View on the River Spaarne near 

Haarlem. 
Krabbe, H. M. 

52. At Granny's. 

53. First Steps. 
Kramer, Martinus. 

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

54. Winter Time in Holland. 
Ledeboer, Hans. 

55. What I Saw in My Dream. 
Lenselink, Bens. 

56. March Weather in Holland. 
Maarel, M. van der. 

57. Idleness. 
Martens, Willy. 

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

58. Going to Church. 
Mastenbroek, Johan Hendrik van. 

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

59. In the Lock at Delfshaven. 

60. As Busy as Bees in the Harbor at 

Rotterdam. 
Mension, C. J. 

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

62. A Stormy Sea. 
Meyer, Johan. 

63. Early Morning. 
Moen, Charles Antoine. 

64. Begonias. 
Mondriaan, Fritz. 

65. The Hague Wood in October. 
Monnickendam, Martin. 

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

66. Life's Joy. 
Moulyn, S. 

67. Portrait. 
Nakken, Willem Carel. 

68. Cart for the Conveyance of Stones, 

near Paris. 
Oldewelt, Ferdinand Gustaaf Willem. 

69. For the Poor, 



Overbeek, G. J. van. 

70. Cart Horses at the Bank of the 

River. 
Pieters, Evert. 

71. Gypje. 
Regt, P. de. 

72. Dreary Day in Spring. 
Bepelius, Betsy. 

73. Interior of a Dutch Home. 
Bhynnen, Jan van. 

74. Charming Spot. 
Boelofs, Albert. 

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

75. Meditation. 
Boelofs, Willem E., Jr. 

76. In the Land of Tulips. 
Bosse, Hermann. 

77. The Water Palace. 

78. Carmel Bay. 
Schaap, E. B. D. 

79. Spring. 
Schaap-van der Pek, H. W. J. 

80. Ruins on a Mountain Top. 
Schermer, Cornelis. 

81. Billeting Dutch Lancers. 
Schildt, Martinus. 

82. Interior of a Home. 
Schipperus, Pieter Adrianus. 

83. Winter. 
Schulman, David. 

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

84. A Winter Afternoon at Laren. 
Sluiter, Willy. 

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

85. The Angelus. 
Sluyters, Jan. 

80. Woman in Scarlet. 
S7. Woman in Yellow. 
Smith, Hobbe. 
Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E.. 1915. 

88. Old Woman Reading the Bible. 

Steelink, Willem. 

89. On the Heath. 

90. Along the Coast. 
Sterre de Jong, J. F. 

91. Sunday Morning at Laren. 
Surie, Jacoba. 

92. Boy and Vegetables. 
Thol-Buysch, Aletta van. 

93. Mushrooms. 
Tholen, W. B. 

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

94. Church near Leiden. 
Tonge, Lammert van der. 

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

95. Riches. 
Velsen, Suze. 

96. Autumn. 
Vlaanderen, Joh. 

97. Country Road in the County of 

Overyssel. 
Vreedenburg, C. 

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

98. Unloading Peat on the Edge of the 

Canal. 
Vreedenburg, Schotel M. 

99. Slum in the City of Hattem. 
Waay, Nicolaas van der. 

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

101. Nasturtium. 
Waning, Cornelis, Anthony van. 

102. Ancient Part The Hague City. 
Weele, H. J. van der. 

103. Dutch Ploughing Oxen. 



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Weisfenbruch, Jan Willem. 

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

105. On the Pavement. 
Weyns, J. H. 

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

106. Old Women's Home. 
Wiggers, Derk. 

107. Full Moon. 
Willigen, C. A. van der. 

108. Nasturtium. 
Witsen, W. 

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

100. Binnenkant: Winter at Amsterdam. 

110. Montelbaan Steeple: Oude Waal at 

Amsterdam. 
Wolbers, Hermanns Gerardus. 

111. In the Meadow. 
Walter, Hendrik Jan. 

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

112. Fishing Fleet Leaving a Cornish 

Harbor. 
Wysmuller, J. H. 

113. View of Part of the City of Amster- 

dam. 
Zoetelief Tromp, J. 

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

114. On the Beach. 
Zon, Jacques. 

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

115. Navying. 

GRAPHIC ART. 

Arntzenius, Paul. 

116. The Training Ship. 

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

118. The Holy Camel. 
110. A Damascus Bazar. 

120. An Oriental Prince. 
Bosch, Etienne. 

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

121. Salerno. 

122. Notre Dame de Paris. 
Dupont, P. 

123. Western Church Steeple. 

124. Old Church Steeple. 

Graadt van Roggen (Johannes Mattheus). 

125. Old Bridge. 

126. Showery Weather. 
Harting, Dirk. 

127. Amersfoort Canal. 

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

120. Beggar. 

130. Generalife. 

131. Ass Drivers. 
Hemelman, Albert. 

132. Small Ghelder Yard. 

133. Pile Driver at Amsterdam. 
Hoytema, Th. van. 

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

134. White Herons. 

135. Cactus. 
Israels, Isaac. 

136. Etching. 

137. Etching. 

138. Etching. 
130. Etching. 

140. Etching. 
Jong, Toon de. 

141. Veere Cathedral. 

142. Tjalk Outside Dordrecht. 



Koekkoek, Gerard. 

143. Delfshaven Harbour. 
Kouw, Casper Marinus Leendert. 

144. On the Dyke. 

145. Thistle. 
Krabbe, H. M. 

146. Portrait of a Child. 

147. Portrait of a Lady. 
Kramer, Martinus. 

148. To the River. 
140. Downs-Oaks. 

Moulyn, S. 

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

150. Le Chateau de Beaufort. 

151. Study of the Nude. 

152. Villa d'Este. 
Nienwenkamp, W. O. J. 

153. Woodcutters. 

154. Edam. 

155. On the Lake. 

156. Falling Leaves. 
Poortenaar, Jan. 

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

157. Trafalgar Square. 

158. Jerusalem Chamber: Westminister 

Abbey. 
Proost, Johannes. 

150. Brick Kiln. 
Schelfhout, Lodewyk. 

160. Winter Tree. 

161. Les Angles. 
Tholen, W. B. 

162. Nave. 

163. Harbour. 

164. The Philosopher. 

165. Cage. 

166. Cross. 
Veldheer, J. G. 

167. The Borough. 

168. The Old Watchman. 
160. Rotterdam. 

170. Harlem St. Anne. 
Velsen, Suze. 

171. Sunny Doorlet. 

172. Old Dutch Slum. 
Witsen, W. 

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

173. Reconstruction in Old Amsterdam. 

174. The Kran Lock. 

375. Steeple Montolbaan: Oude Waal. 
Zwart, W. de. 

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

176. Sunny Tree-Lined Path. 

177. Cattle Market. 

SCULPTURE. 
Clercq, T. le. 

178. Perdition. 
Dantzig, Rachel M. van. 

179. Mother and Child. 

180. Italian Farmer's Wife and Goat. 
Hesselink, Abraham. 

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

181. Narcis. 

182. Lidia. 
Jeltsema, T. E. 

183. Young Sportsman Sitting Down: 

Ready to Start Again. 
Schreve-Yzerman, Jo. 

184. Amsterdam Orphan Girl. 

185. "Lonely and Deserted." 
Wyk, Charles van. 

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

186. On the Way Home. 

187. Sheep and Lamb. 

188. Cessation from Labor. 



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INTERNATIONAL SECTION 



INTERNATIONAL SECTION 

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



GALLERIES ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHT, 

ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-ONE 

TO ONE HUNDRED AND 

FORTY-THREE. 

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

Adams, John Quincy. Austria. 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. 1. E., 1915. 

1. Portrait : Mrs. John Quincy Adams. 

2. Portrait: Fraulein Von Sevbl. 

Aagthe, Curt. Germany. 

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

3. At the Spring. 

Aguiar, El Conde de. Spain. 

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

4. A Study. 

5. Natural Type of Seville. 

6. Memories. 

Andrassy, Theod. Hungary. 

7. Moonlight: Arabia. 

Lent by Count Gyula Andr&ssy. 

8. Arabian Village by Night. 

Lent by Count Gyula Andr&ssy. 
Baixas Carrate, Juan. Spain. 

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

9. Happy Children. 

10. The Fair of St. Thomas. 

Barabas, Mikl6s. Hungary. 

11. Portrait: Count L. Batthy&nyi. 

Lent by Count Batthyfinyi. 
32. Portrait: Deiik Ferencz. 
Barta, E. Hungary. 

13. The Beggars. 

Lent by Dr. Ignacz Fekete. 
Batthyanyi, Count Gyula. Hungary. 

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

14. Bal des Ardents. 

15. Casa Rossa. 

16. Juvisy. 

17. Ladies of the Harem. 

18. Longchamps. 

19. Soiree. 

Baumgartner, Tomas. Germany. 

20. Lady in Furs. 

Becker, Benno. Germany. 

21. At Lake Como. 

Benczur, Be* la. Hungary. 

22. Hot Day: Lake Balaton: Hungary. 

23. Storm: Lake Balaton: Hungary. 
Benczur, Gyula. Hungary. 

24. Man's Portrait. 

Lent by Bela Benczur, Esq. 

25. Portrait: Count J. Andr&ssy, Sr. 

Lent by Count Gyula Andr&ssy. 
Benllylure y Gil. Spain. 

20. Nude. 
Bendicha, Alfonsa. Spain. 

27. Tapestry Andromeda and Perseus. 
Ber6ny, R6bert. Hungary. 

28. Shadow Giving Way to Sunshine. 

29. My Happy, Merry, Sad, Indifferent 

and Jealous People Beneath the 
Town. 



BerSny, Robert (Continued). 

30. Portrait: Composer Bart6k. 

31. The Faraglini's. 

32. Sewing Woman: Evening in Her 

Room. 

33. Golgotha. 

34. Fantastic Rocks. 

35. Souvenir of a Meadow. 

36. Yellow Embroidery. 
37 Flowers and Animals. 

38. Blue Fishes. 

39. Fairyland. 

40. Souvenir of a Sunny Garden. 

41. Bird in Sunset. 

42. A Decoration. 

43. Landscape. 

44. Mountain and Rocks. 

45. Trees of Fairyland. 

46. Playing Horses. 

47. Scenes of a Circus. 

48. Boat Between Waves. 

49. Tropical Trees. 

50. Squirrels. 

Besnard, Albert. France. 

51. Man in Pink. 

52. The Dancer with a Yellow Mask. 

53. The Procession of Langar. 

54. On a Stairway in Benares. 

55. A Street in Madeira. 

56. The Brahmin. 

57. Study for the Dancer with the Yel- 

low Mask. 

58. A Curio Dealer in Delhi. 

59. The Bracelet Seller. 

Best, Hans. Germany. 

60. Grandmother and Grandchild. 
Bilbao, Gouzalo. Spain. 

Awarded Gold Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 
01. Garden of the Alcazar, No. 2. 
62. Garden of the Alcazar, No. 1. 
03. A Garden of Seville. 
64 Dance of the Luises in the Cathedral 
of Seville. 

65. Cigarette Girls of Seville. 

66. Figaro. 

67. The Little Gypsy. 

68. To the Tarrijos Fair. 

69. Cigarette Girls. 

70. Factory Shop. 

Bobrowsky, Grigori. Russia. 

71. Portrait of a Woman. 

Boemm, Ritta. Hungary. 

72. Hungarian Interior. 
73". Old Hungarian Jugs. 

Bohm, Pal. Hungary. 

74. Christmas Mummers. 

Brodszky, Sander. Hungary. 

75. Peasant Woman. 

Brock, Gustav. Denmark. 

76. Mrs. Bertha Asp. 

77. Queen Alexandrine of Denmark. 

78. Mrs. Eleanor Magruder. 

Bruck, Lajos. Hungary. 

79. Old Hungarian Peasant. 

80. Seaside in Bretagne. 

81. Village Houses: Hungary. 

82. Italian Child with Cherries. 

83. Interior: Hungarian Peasant House. 

84. Girl and Butterflies. 

85. Summer Clouds. 

86. Market Place. 

Lent by Count Gyula Andrassy. 



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Brack, Miksa. Hungary. 

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

87. Auvergne Interior. 

88. Flowerbeds near Budapest. 

89. Hungarian Interior. 

Brundrit, E. G. England. 

90. Dinant-sur-Meuse. 

Briine, Heinrich. Germany. 

91. Picnic in the Woods. 

Burmester, Ernst. Germany. 

92. Railroad Bridge. 

Cabrera Canto, F. Spain. 

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

93. Grandfather's Birthday. 

94. Landscape. 

95. Woman's Love. 

96. Head. 

97. The Dinner. 

Cammerloher, Karl Moritz. Austria. 

98. Landscape. 

99. Portrait of a Lady. 

100. Portrait of a Child. 

Capdevila, Gines. Spain. 

101. Maja. 

Cardona, Juan. Spain. 

An'arded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E. 1915. 

102. Gypsy. 

103. Before the Dresser. 

104. The Kiss. 
Cardunets Cazorla, Alejandro. 

105. Montremy. 
Casals y Peypoch, Jose. 

106. Gardens of Catalunia, No. 1. 

107. Gardens of Catalunia, No. 2. 



Spain. 
Spain. 

EB8Sla - 

109. Les Isles du Prince. 

Christmas, E. W. England 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. /. E 1915 

110. Moonlight in the Argentine. 

111. Christ of the Andes. 
Cortes-Eiera. Fernando. 

Csaktornyai. 

113. Landscape. 
Cs6k, Istvan. 

Awarded Gold Medal: 
114. 



Spain. 
Hungary. 

Hungary 
P. P I E 1915 



. 
Two Girls in a Garden. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 
Fairies. 

Summer Flowers. 
On the Lido. 
Still Life. 
Chinese Porcelains. 
Spring. 
Asters. 
Czigany, Dezso. 

122. Woman Arranging Hair. 

Lent by Dr. Ignacz Feket 



115. 
116. 
117. 
118. 
119. 
120. 
121. 



124. On the Slopes: Mt. Tamalpais. 
Dalmau, Jose. Snain 

125. My Friend Mr. Bernard, Art Critic 

of the Revue Mondaine. 

Dods-Withers, Isobel. England. 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. J. F 1915* 

126. The Fortress Church of Albi. ' 
Draper, H. J. England. 

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

127. Flying Fish. 



129. 
130. 
131. 
132. 
133. 



Young Bull. 

Resting Cow. 

Siesta. 

Before the Storm. 

Grey Horse. 



Edvi-Illes, Aladar (Continued). 

134. Prairie Hut: Hungary. 

135. Homeward. 

Emerici, Andor. Hungary. 

136. Crucifixion. 

Lent by Bela Benczur, Esq. 

137. Girl's Head. 

Lent by Bela Benczur, Esq. 

138. Child's Head. 

Lent by Bela Benczur. Esq. 
Engel, Otto H. Germany. 

139. Picnic on the Beach. 

Engelman, Peter. Austria. 

140. Portrait: No. 2. 

141. Portrait: No. 1. 

142. Portrait, No. 3. 

Esser, Theodor. Germany. 

143. Interior. 

Fechin, Nicholai. Eussia 

144. Lady in Pink. 

Lent by William Smith Stimmel, 

Esq. 
Fehervary, Erzsi. Hungary. 

145. Margaret Island. 

146. Landscape. 

Fenyes, Adolf. Hungary. 

147. Kitchen Table. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 
Ferenczy, Karoly. Hungary. 

148. Still Life: Roses. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

149. Landscape. 

150. Girl's Portrait. 

Frenczy, Valer. Hungary. 

151. Flute Player. 

152. San Pietro di Castello: Venice. 

Ferrer, Santiago. Spain. 

153. Interior. 

Fillol, Antonio. Spain. 

154. The Old Clothes Woman, 
loo. Uncle Tanacha. 

156. The Blown Flower. 

Gaigher, Horatio. Austria. 

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

157. Portrait: Benedict XV. 

158. Portrait: Pope Pius X. 
Galimberti, Sander. Hungary. 

159. St. Rafael. 

100. Motive: Hungarian Town. 

161. Motive: Rue de Vaugirard. ' 
Galimberti-D6nes, Valeria. Hungary. 

162. Chrysanthemums in Blue Vase. 

163. S'till Life: Roses. 
Gallen-Kallela, Axel. Finland. 

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

164. Plain. 

165. On Guard. 

166. Tropical Fruits: Still Life. 

167. A Wild Savannah. 
Ki8. My First Hyena. 

169. Symposium. 

170. Kenoussa. 

171. My First Buffalo. 

172. In Autumn Sunlight. 

173. Portrait: Waino Sahnin. 

174. Portrait of Madam E. E. 

175. Young Kikouyou Warrior. 

176. Banana Leaves. 

177. The Deluge. 

178. Lynx Hunter. 

179. Rhinoceros and Euphorbia. 

180. Playing Child. 

181. Sunset. 

182. Portrait: Robert Kajanus. 

183. Evening Heat. 

184. Burial. 

185. Buffalo Hunt. 

186. Portrait: Mr. Gustav Mahler. 

187. Mv First Rhinoceros. 

188. The Tribe of Naudi. 



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Gallen-Kallela, Axel ( Continued ) . 

189. Massai Watching. 

190. Kullerve Warrior. 

191. Summer Night. 

192. The Cataract of Masioja. 

193. Spring. 

194. The Wreath of Anemones. 
194. Portrait: Mother and Infant. 

196. Barcarole of Kalserala. 

197. Savage in the Shadow. 

198. The Tiasini Mountains. 

199. Gazelle. 

200. Crocodile. 

201. Rainbow. 

202. The Little Valley. 
200. Carcass. 

204. Meadow. 

205. The School. 

206. Zebras. 

207. Hide. 

208. Zebras and Chamois. 

209. Parched Fir Tree: Winter. 

210. Burned Fir Tree. 

211. After the Hunt. 

212. Portrait of Madam G. A. S. 

213. Slain Rhinoceros. 

214. Kikouyou. 

215. Broken Fir Tree. 

216. The Waterfall. 

217. Kikouyou Woman. 

218. Massai Warrior. 

219. Homo Victor. 

220. Portrait: Mr. Alpo Sailo. 

221. Antelope. 

222. The Burnt Prairie. 

223. Denya Sabouk. 

224. Wild Date Palm. 

225. Portrait of Madam M. G. K. 

226. Bathers. 

227. Landscape Painter. 

228. Spring Breezes. 

229. S'ki Runners. 

230. In the Brush. 

231. Portrait of a Lady among the Rocks. 

232. Model of a Cupola for the Capitol 

Building at Helsingfors. 

233. The Thieves of Lampo. 

Galofre Oiler, Francisco. Spain. 

23'4. The Key of the Bull Pen. 
Garcia Escarre, Francisco. Spain. 

235. Esmeraldine. 

236. Maternity. 

Garrido, Ramon. " Spain. 

237. The Beggars. 

Ginnett, Louise. England. 

Azi'arded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E. 1915. 

238. The Golden Hypnos. 

Glatter, Gyula. Hungary. 

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

239. Lady's Portrait. 

Glatz, Oszkar. Hungary. 

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

Awarded Silver Medal (for Water Color 
Painting): P. P. I. E., 1915. 

240. Hungarian Landscape. 

241. The Visit. 

242. Hungarian Goose Girls. 

243. Transylvanian Landscape. 

244. Shepherdess, 
von Glenn, Jane Emmet. 

Awarded Bronze Medal: 

245. The Blue Jacket. 
von Glenn, W. G. 

Awarded Silver Medal: 

246. La Colline Sacree. 
Gohler, Hermann. 

247. Schloss Favorite. 

Gomez, Constantino. Spain. 

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

248. Procession of Christ at Albarracin. 

249. A Forge. 

250. Fruit Stand in Valencia. 



England. 
P. P. I. E., 1915. 

England. 

P. P. I. E., 1915. 

Germany. 



Goodman, R. G. , England. 

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

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

251. Tulloch: Scotland. 

252. A South African Homestead. 

253. The Coast of England. 

254. The Alhambra : Granada. 
Hambuchen, Wilhelm. Germany. 

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

255. Early Autumn Morning. 

Hary, Gyula. Hungary. 

256. Fisher Bastion: Budapest. 
Hatvany, Baron Ferencz. Hungary. 

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

Awarded Silver* Medal (for Drawing): P. 
P. I. E., 1915. 

257. Still Life. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

258. Sunny Street. 

Lent by Count Gyula Andrassy. 

259. S'till Life. 

260. Environs of Rome. 

Haweis, Stephen. England. 

261. Forte del Marmi Liguria. 

262. Moala Fiji. 

263. Na Assarna Viti Levu. 

264 Vakamololo Dance, Fiji No. 1. 

265 Vakamololo Dance, Fiji No. 3. 

266. Vakamololo: Three Girls. 

267. Vakamololo Dance No. 2. 
Hellwag, Rudolf. Germany. 

268. The Pool of London. 

Helsby, Alfredo. Chile. 

269. A Coming Storm in the Andes. 
270 Chilean Farmhouses in Spring. 

Hollo, Geza. Hungary. 

71 Weaving Design No. 528. 
Hlmboe, Thorolf. Norway. 

272. Eider Ducks. 

Hiibner, Ulrich. Germany. 

273. Clear Weather. 

Hughes- Stanton H. England. 

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

274. Fort St. Andre. 
Ivanvi-Grunwald, Bela. Hungary. 

275. Bathing Women. 

276. Park View. 

277. Tree in Blossom. 

278. Sunshine. 

279. Two Women. 

280. Nascence. 

Javor, Pal. Hungary. 

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

281. Hungarian Home Altar. 

282. Altar: Hungarian Peasant Church. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 
Jones, Reginald. England. 

283. The Mill Pond. 

Kaiser, Richard. Germany. 

284. From an Old Park. 

Karlovsky, Bertalan. Hungary. 

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

285. Portrait: Countess Karolyi. 

Lent by Count Gyula Andrassy. 

286. Portrait : Count Gyula Andrassy. 

Lent by Count Gyula Andrassy. 

287. Portrait: Madame Alcsuti. 

Lent by Dr. Agoston Alcsuti. 
Katona, Nandor. Hungary. 

288 In the Tatra. 

289. In the Tatra. 

Lent by Count Lajos Batthyanyi. 
Kaziany, Odb'n. Hungary. 

290. The Dark Woman. 

291. The Young Man. 

292. Under the Cypress. 

293. Study: The Disciple. 

294. Study: Head. 

295. The Serpentine Dancer. 

296. Mors Peregrinans. 

297. The Castle of Tiszadob. 



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Kernstock, Karoly. Hungary. 

298. Study for Glass Painting. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

299. Portrait: Painter Czobel. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

300. Horsemen. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

301. Nude. 

Kezdi-Kovacs, Laszlo. Hungary. 

302. Sunlit Trees. 

Kips, Erich. Germany. 

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

303. Steamer in Dock: Hamburg. 
Knight, Harold. England. 

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

304. The Girl and the Picture. 

Knight, Laura. England. 

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

305. The Model. 

Knirr, Heinrich. Germany. 

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

306. Self Portrait. 

Kokoschka, Oskar. Austria. 

307. Portrait: Architect Adolf Loos. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

308. Portrait : Dr. Egon Wellesz. 

Lent by Dr. Egon Wellesz. 

309. Portrait: Peter Altenberg. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

310. Portrait of the Artist. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

311. Portrait: Emma Veronica Sanders. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

312. Portrait: Doctor Von Webern, Com- 

poser. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

313. Portrait: Angora Cat. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

314. Portrait: Paul Scheerbaut. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

315. Portrait: Doctor Verona. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

316. Portrait: Doctor de Jankosky. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

317. Portrait: Mrs. H. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

318. Portrait: Mrs. Adolf Loos. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

319. Portrait: Two Children. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

320. Portrait: Italian Lady. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 

321. Child with Hands of Father and 

Mother. 

Lent by Adolf Loos, Esq. 
Korosfoi-Kriesch, A. Hungary. 

322. Fear. 

323. Joy. 

324. By the Wayside. 

325. Zach Klara. 

326. Zach Klara. 

327. Weaving: Design No. 451. 

328. Weaving: Design No. 758. 

329. Weaving: Design No. 291. 

330. Weaving: Design No. 97. 

331. Weaving: Design No. 742. 

332. Weaving: Design No. 734. 

333. Weaving: Design No. 173. 

334. Weaving: Design No. 593. 

335. Weaving: Design No. 749. 

336. Weaving: Design No. 617. 

337. Weaving: Design No. 113. 
Kunffy, Lajos. Hungary. 

338. Mihaly Czigany. 

Kunwald, Cezar. Hungary. 

339. Portrait. 

Lavery, John. England. 

340. Portrait, 

Lawson, J. Kerr. England. 

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

341. St. Botolph's Church, Boston. 



Lipoth, Ferencz. Hungary. 

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

342. Color Marmit No. 1. 

343. Color Marmit No. 2. 

344. Color Marmit No. 3. 

345. Color Marmit No. 4. 

346. Decorative Panel: Hungarian Peas- 

ant Motive. 

347. Decorative Panel: Mythological Mo- 

tive. 

Llimona, Juan. Spain. 

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

348. Fig Tree. 

349. Sonata Without Words. 

Llopis de Casades, Juan Maria. Spain. 

350. Garden. 

351. Interior. 

352. Interior of Church. 

Lopez-Mesquita, Jose M. Spain. 

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

353. A Spanish Gypsy. 

Lent by Mrs. Alice Mumford 
Roberts. 

354. Matador. 

Lent by Mrs. Alice Mumford 

Roberts. 
Lotz, Karoly. Hungary. 

355. Bathing Women. 

356. Portrait: Artist's Wife. 

357. Child's Portrait. 

358. Hungarian Peasant Wedding. 

359. End of the Harvest. 

360. Hungarian Hussar. 

Lent by Baron Hatvany Ferencz. 
Loy, Mina. England. 

H'61. Lillah Gaby and Amaranths. 

362. The Etruscan Loggia. 
Magyar-Mannheimer, Gusztav. Hungary. 

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

363. Nocturne. 

364. Approaching Storm. 

365. Autumn Landscape. 

366. After the Storm. 

367. Young Hungarian Gypsy Woman. 

Major, Henrik. Hungary. 

368. Self Portrait. 

Makowsky, Alexander. Russia. 

369. Profile. 

Malagarriga Ormast, Elvira. Spain. 

370. Grandmother's Delight. 
Mallol Casanovas, Ignacio. 

371. Vermadora. 
Marffy, 5don. 

372. Man's Portrait. 

373. Dalmatian Landscape. 

374. Wood Path. 

375. Still Life. 

Lent by Karoly Kernstock, Esq. 
Mark, Lajos. Hungary. 

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

376. Preparing for a Walk. 

377. Before the Mirror. 

378. Breakfast Table. 

379. Lady with Parasol. 

380. Portrait : Miss Nielsen. 
Masriera, Luis. Spain. 

381. Thoroughbred. 

Mednyanszky, Baron. Hungary. 

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

382. Winter: Hungarian Village. 

383. Sunset. 

384. Winter in the Carpathians. 

Lent by Count Gyula Andrassy. 

Meifren, Eliseo. Spain. 

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

385. Cumulus Clouds: Mallorca. 

386. Road in Pollensa. 

387. The White Rock. 



Spain. 
Hungary. 



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Meszoly, Geza. Hungary. 

888. Summer Landscape. 

Lent by Baron Hatvany Ferencz. 
Germany. 



England. 



Meyn, George Ludwig. 
389. Frau V. Cotta. 



Hungary. 



Miess, Frigyes. 

300. Dutch Girl. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 
Mihaly, Rezso. Hungary. 

391. Weaving: Design No. 308. 

302. Weaving: Design No. 395. 

393'. Weaving: Design No. 735. 

Moises, Julio. Spain. 

394. Micaela. 

Mtiller, Peter Paul. Germany. 

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

395. Thousand Year Old Oaks. 



Miiller, Richard. 

390. Leimer's Goat. 



Germany. 



Hungary. 



Munkacsy, Mihaly. 

397. Landscape: Sunset. 

Lent by Count Gyula Andrassy. 

398. Landscape: In the Woods. 

Nadler, R. Hungary. 

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

399. Suspension Bridge: Budapest. 

Nagy, Laura. Hungary. 

400. Design No. 551. 

401. Design No. 756. 

402. Design No. 439. 

Nagy, Sandor. Hungary. 

403. Bath of the Fairies. 

404. Disappearing Illusions. 

405. Isle of Crete. 

406. Weaving: Design No. 89. 

407. Weaving: Design No. 262. 

408. Weaving: Design No. 229. 

409. Weaving: Design No. 501. 
Olgyay, Ferencz. Hungary. 

410. Summer Landscape. 

Olsson, Julius. England. 

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

411. Silver Moonlight. 

O' Lynch de Lynch Town, Charles. Germany. 

412. Zugspitz Group, from Kranzberb 

near Mittenwald. 
Ortner, Ferencz. Hungary. 

413. Weaving: Design No. 580. 

Paal, Laszld. Hungary. 

414. Autumn Landscape. 

415. Storm Cloud. 

Lent by Count Gyula Andrassy. 
Parada Santin, Jose. Spain. 

416. Flower Girl of Andalusia. 

417. Gypsy. 

Paterson, J. England. 

418. The Old Garden. 

Pechan, Jozsef. Hungary. 

419. Farm Yard. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 
Pietzsch, Richard. Germany. 

420. Spring in the Bavarian Foothills. 
Piza Roig, Jaime. Spain. 

421. Street in Hostalrich. 

422. Poblet: Monastery Cloister. 

Por, Bertalan. Hungary. 

423. Decorative Composition. 

424. Decorative Composition. 

425. My Family. 

Preisler, Jan. Germany. 

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

426. Motive of Tale. 

Lent by Modern Gallery of Bo- 
hemia, Prague. 



Priestman, A. 

427. Hurst Castle. 

Putz, Leo. Germany. 

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

428. The Shore. 

Raab, Ervin. Hungary. 

429. Snow in the Park. 

430. Winter Sun. 

Remsey, Mme. Hungary. 

431. Weaving: Design No. 739. 

432. Weaving: Design No. 732. 
433'. Weaving: Design No. 731. 

434. Weaving: Design No. 565. 

435. Weaving: Design No. 754. 

436. Weaving: Design No. 33. 

Renom y Juamandreu, Fausto. Spain. 

437. People's Sunday. 

Richmond, L. England. 

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

438. Brentford Bridge. 

439. Ricks in Sunlight. 

440. The End of the S'torm. 

Rippl-Ronay, Jozsef. Hungary. 

441. Child's Portrait. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

442. Portrait: Dr. Guttmann. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

443. Female Nude. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

444. Ladies in the Garden. 

Lent by Lajos Jambor, Esq. 

445. Woman's Head in Profile. 

Lent by Count Gyula Andrassy. 

446. Park. 

Lent by Dr. Igndcz Fekete. 

447. Portrait: Vedres Mark. 

Lent by Vedres Mark, Esq. 

448. Interior. 

449. Hungarian Interior. 

450. Woman with Poppy in Her Hair. 

Lent by Dr. Ignacz Fekete. 
Rudnay, Gyula. Hungary. 

451. Mother and Child. 

Sauter, George. England. 

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

452. The Weisshorn: Moonlight. 

453. Spring Veil. 

454. Violet: Miss Ruth Hunt. 

455. The Cinal: Rothhorn. 

456. The Great Friend: Matterhorn. 

457. The Valley. 

458. In the Clouds. 

459. The Rimphischhorn. 

460. The Dent Blanche. 

461. The Blue Sphinx: Matterhorn. 

462. Resurrection. 

463. The Avenue. 

Schanze, Oscar. Germany. 

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

464. Portrait of Woman in Black. 
Schultheiss, Karl Max. Germany. 

465. In March. 

Simpson, C. W. England. 

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

466. Autumn Sunset. 

Somlo, Lili. Hungary. 

467. Channel of Lyssewegh. 

468. View of Taormina. 

469. Park of Kortvelyes. 

Spanyi, B61a. Hungary. 

470. Landscape. 

Speed, Harold. England. 

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

471. Apollo and Daphne. 

Stuck, Franz Von. Germany. 

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

472. Summer Night. 



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Szinnyei-Merse, Pal. Hungary. 

473. Melting Snow. 

Lent by Count Gyula Andrassy. 
Tamasy, Mikl6s. Hungary. 

474. Still Life. 

Ter Hell, Willy. Germany. 

475. Inland Sea. 

Thedy, Max. Germany. 

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

480. Dutch Girl. 

Thor, Walter. Germany. 

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

481. Young Girl. 

Tibor, Erno. Hungary. 

482. Hungarian Village Market. 

483. Field Workers. 

Tihanyi, Lajos. Hungary. 

484. Self Portrait. 

485. Self Portrait: 1914. 

486. Young Man's Portrait. 

487. Landscape. 

Undy, Karola. Hungary. 

488. Weaving: Design No. 290. 

489. Weaving: Design No. 755. 
Vastagh, Geza. Hungary. 

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

490. Winter in the Atlas Mountains. 

491. In the Farmyard. 

492. Hungarian Buffalo Span. 
Vastagh, Gyorgy. Hungary. 

493. Gypsy Woman. 

Vaszary, Janos. Hungary. 

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

494. Portrait: Countess Lajos Batthy- 

anyi. 

Lent by Count Lajos Batthyanyi. 

495. Woman with Mirror. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

496. Promenade: Lake Balaton. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

497. Peasant Girl's Head. 

498. Woman with Cat. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 
Vazquez, Carlos. Spain. 

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

499. In a Villa in Granada. 

500. On the Way to the Salamanca Fair. 

Volkerling, Hermann. Germany. 

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

501. Portrait. 



Volkmann, Hans Von. 
502. Harvest. 



Germany. 



Walleszne, Gyenes Gitta. Hungary. 

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

503. Indolence. 

504. Under the Tree. 

505. Woman in Brown Dress. 

506. Play. 

507. Resting Nude. 

508. Mother with Son. 

509. Female Nude. 

510. In the Blue Background. 

511. Erotic. 

512. Mother and Child. 
513'. Profile. 

514. Lilac Dress. 

515. Summer Heat. 

516. Thirty Year Old Woman. 

517. Movements. 

518. Mother and Baby. 

519. Madonna in Modern Guise. 

520. Bunch of Grapes. 

521. Adam and Eve. 

522. Lady in Blue Dress. 

523. Desire. 

524. Fair Woman and Child. 

525. Two Girls. 

526. Biedermeyer. 

527. Stretching. 



Wenk, Albert. Germany. 

528. Stormy Sea. 

Winter, Taton. England. 

529. The Waning of the Year. 

530. The Mill: Middelburg. 

Zador, Istvan. Hungary. 

531. Interior: Rakoczy Time. 
Zaroubine, Victor. Germany. 

532. Clouds. 

Ziffer, Sandor. Hungary. 

533. In the Garden. 

Zilzer, Antal. Hungary. 

534. The Source. 

535. Portrait. 

Ziegler, Karl. Germany. 

536. Portrait Study of a Child. 

Zorad. Hungary. 

537. Landscape with Figures. 

de Zubiaurre, Ramon. Spain. 

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

538. Viscayan. 

539. Serenade in Granada. 

540. Type of Segovian. 

de Zubiaurre, Valentin. Spain. 

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

541. Spanish Peasant. 

542. Peasant with a Bowl. 

543. Peasant Couple. 

544. Peasant with Jug. 

Ziigel, Heinrich Von. Germany. 

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

545. In the Rhine Meadows. 

DRAWINGS, ETCHINGS, LITHOGRAPHS, 

ETC. 

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

Artigas, Jose Tersol. Spain. 

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

546. Pinar. 

547. The Canal : S. Bandilio de Llobregat. 

548. Loading Coal in Barcelona. 

549. Landscape. 

Bentley, Alfred. England. 

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

550. The Broken Bridge: Avignon. 
Brangwyn, Frank. England. 

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

581. Bark Strippers. 

582. Trees and Factory: Hammersmith. 
5S3. The Beggar: Assisi. 

584. A Gate: Assisi. 

585. Assisi. 

586. Barge Builders: Brentford. 

587. London Bridge: No. 3. 

588. Mills: Montreuil. 

589. The Millwheel : Montreuil. 

590. Breaking up the "Hannibal." 

591. Sawyers. 

592. The Butcher's Shop. 

593*. Scaffolding: South Kensington. 

594. Old Kew Bridge. 

595. Building the Victoria and Albert 

Museum. 

596. The Bridge: Barnard Castle (Aqua- 

tint). 

597. The Coal Mine. 

598. Barges : Bruges. 

599. Old House: Ghent. 

600. The End of the Day. 

601. Windmills: Bruges. 

602. The Tow Rope. 

603. The Tan Pit. 

604. Breaking up the "Caledonia." 

605. Skin Scrapers: No. 1. 

606. The Gate of the Farm. 

607. The Farmyard. 
(508. Blacksmiths. 

609. Church of St. Saulve: Montreuil. 



INTERNATIONAL SECTION 



10:1 



Brangwyn, Frank (Continued). 

610. Entrance to Montreuil. 

611. The Market Square: Montreuil. 

612. The Return from Work. 

613. Santa Maria from the Street. 

614. The Boatyard: Venice. 

615. Venetian Boats. 

616. St. Nicholas: Dixmude. 

617. S'anta Maria della Salute: Venice. 

618. Windmill: Dixmude. 

619. Men in a Bakehouse. 

620. The Mill Furnes. 

621. The Black Mill: Winchelsea. 

622. The Feast of Lazarus. 

623. Unloading Bricks: Ghent. 

624. Church of Notre Dame: Eu. 

625. Via del le Trombe: Messina. 

626. Apse of Duoino: Messina. 

627. Church of II Spirito Santo : Messina. 

628. The Headless Christ. 

629. Church of Sta. Chiara del Carmine a 

Taormina. 

630. The Bridge: Alcantara. 

631. Old Houses: Taormina. 

632. A Door: Cahors. 

633. The Lot at St. Cirq. 

634. On the Road to Figeac. 

635. The Roundabout: Bruges. 

636. A Cafe: Cahors. 

637. The Mountebank. 

638. The Valentre Bridge: Cahors (1st 

state). 

639. Bridge over the Tarn. 

640. Tour de Faure. 

641. A Mosque: Constantinople. 

642. The Beggar Musician. 

643. Cannon Street Station : Exterior. 

644. A Back Street in Naples. 

645. Breaking up the "Duncan." 

646. The Crucifixion. 

647. Browning's House: Venice. 

648. The Monument: No. 2. 

649. Notre Dame: Poictiers. 

650. The Tannery: Parthenay. 

651. Notre Dame la Riche Tours. 
052. Street in Tours. 

653. Abbey St. Leonard. 

654. Cannon Street Station : Interior. 

655. Church of St. Nicholas: Paris. 

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

657. Gate of St. Vincent: Avila. 

658. Wash Houses: Parthenay. 

659. The Demolition of the Post Office 

660. A Street in Puy. 

661. The Moat. 

(562. The Walls of Avignon. 

663'. Old Mills: Meaux. 

664. Notre Dame: Paris. 

665. Le Pont Neuf: Paris. 

666. Church of Airvault. 

667. Building the Bridge. 

Cossmann, A. Austria. 

668. Pinzgauerin. 

Dettmar, E. Austria. 

669. Prometheus. 

Fitton, Hedley. England. 

670. St. Etienne du Mont. 

Hanisch, R. Austria. 

Awarded Honorable Mention: P. P. I. E. 

671. Stift Melk. 

672. Schonbrunn. 

Jilovsky, G. Austria. 

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

673. Old Fisherman. 

674. Old Prague. 

675. Late Summer. 

676. At the Railway Station. 

677. Portrait of Mrs. H. 

678. On the Silt Dunes. 

679. Wattern: In the Bohmer Forests. 



Junguickel, L. H. 

Awarded Silver Medal 

680. Bengal Tiger. 

681. Fighting Cocks. 

682. Blue Parrot. 

683. L' Amour. 
(584. Pelicans. 

685. Lion's Head. 

686. Flamingo. 
(587. Sarasevo. 

688. Chamois. 

689. Calf. 

690. Arabian Nights. 

691. The Kill. 

692. Playing Parrots. 

693. Two Blue Parrots. 

694. Oriental Life. 

695. Mountain Goats. 



Austria. 

P. P. L E., 1915. 



Austria. 



Kasimir, L. 

696. Durnstein. 

697. Vienna: Stephans Square (after 

Alt.). 

698. Karls Church. 

699. Castle Kreuzenstein. 

700. Vienna: Minorite Church. 
Kasimir-Hoennes, T. Austria. 

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

701. Hamburg: Katzen Path. 

702. Vienna : Sonnenfels Street. 

703. Prague: Niklas Church. 

Klemm, Walter. Austria. 

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

704. Tight-Rope Walker. 

705. Don Quixote: No. 1. 

706. Don Quixote: No. 2. 

707. Don Quixote: No. 3. 

708. Don Quixote: No. 4. 

709. Don Quixote: No. 5. 

710. Don Quixote: No. 6. 

711. Don Quixote: No. 7. 

712. Tyll Ulenspiegel. 

713. Ulenspiegel. 

714. The Pursuit. 

715. The Invasion. 

716. The Watcher. 

717. The Storks. 

718. Ice Harvesting. 

719. Winter Sport, 

720. Dogs. 

Kokoschka, Oskar. Austria. 

721. Portrait of Karl Kraus. 

Lederer, Fritz. Austria. 

722. Austrian Landscape. 

723. Dort Gasse. 

724. Herr Weil. 

725. Tragedian. 

726. Landscape. 

727. Rolling Mill. 

728. Hilly Landscape. 

Lowenstamm, Ernina. Austria. 

729. Portrait: Arthur Schnitzler. 

Manning, W. Westley. England. 

730. The Avenue: Normandy. 

Orlik, Emil. Austria. 

731. Little Heads. 

732. An Indian. 

733. Girl's Head. 

734. London Girls. 

735. Going to Church: Bohemia. 

736. Picture of Japanese Boy. 

737. Bargaining. 

738. Peasant Woman. 
7.'V9. My Mother. 

740. Max Klinger at Work. 

741. At the Precipice. 

742. Ferdinand Hodler. 

743. Architect Hoffman. 

744. Portrait: Gustav Mahler. 

745. Glassworks near Glasgow. 

746. A Mussel Merchant: Rotterdam. 

747. Capriccio. 



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DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Orlik, Emil (Continued). 

748. The Angler. 

749. Girl's Head. 

750. Japanese Woman in Winter Dress. 

751. The Kurumaya: Tokio. 

752. Before the Temple. 

753. Landing Place: Tokio. 

754. From Edinburgh. 

755. A Part of the Ghetto: Prague. 
Osborne, M. England. 

756. Lavardin. 

Pollak, Max. Austria. 

757. Portrait of Professor S. Freud. 

758. Vienna: Frauziskauer Square. 

759. Vienna: University Square. 
Schmutzer, Fred. Austria. 

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

760. Brahms Room. 

761. Haystack. 

762. The Lay Brother. 

763. Josef Kainz as Hamlet. 

764. Flower Market in Paris. 

Simon, T. F. Austria. 

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

765. The Wind. 

Stoitzner, Jos. Austria. 

766. High Mountains in Winter. 
Svabinsky. Austria. 

767. Old Man's Head. 

768. At the Piano. 

769. Sketch. 

770. Morning Hunt. 

771. Old Woman with Dog. 

772. Nude. 

773. Summer. 

For Tersol Artigas, Jose, See 546, 547, 548, 
549. 
Thilmann, C. Austria. 

774. Evening : Venice. 

Vondrous, C. Austria. 

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

775. Market in Turnau. 

776. Smithy : Prague. 

Way, T. R. England. 

777. Mathesons Harbor. 

778. Purple Cap. 

779. Cremorne Gardens. 

780. Little White Girl. 
7.81. Maud. 

782. Little Nude. 

HUNGARIAN GRAPHIC SECTION AR- 
RANGED BY THE FINE ARTS 

MUSEUM OF BUDAPEST. 
(Comprising Drawings, Water Colors, Pastels, 

Etchings, Lithographs, Etc.) 
Augustin, M. Hungary. 

783. Village Road in Hungary. 
Baransky, E. Laszlo. Hungary. 

784. Hungarian Fountain. 
Batthyanyi, Count Gyula. Hungary. 

Awarded Silver Medal (for Oil Paintings): 
P. P. I. E., 1915. 

785. Working Girl's Dream. 

786. Mannequin. 

787. Court Ball. 

Bereny, Robert. Hungary. 

788. Sewing in the Garden. 

789. The Convalescent. 

790. Portrait : Ignotus. 

Lent by Dr. Sandor Ferenczi. 
Beron, Gyula. Hungary. 

791. Lady's Portrait. 

Edvi-Illes, Jeno. Hungary. 

792. Clouds. 

Erdossy, Bela. Hungary. 

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

793. Path in Snow. 



Glatz, Oszkar. Hungary. 

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

Awarded Silver Medal (for Water Color 
Painting): P. P. 1. E., 1915. 

794. Spinning. 

795. Old Pianist. 

796. Old Seamstress. 

797. Motherhood. 

798. Peasant Girl Dressing. 

799. The Dinner. 

800. Resting. 

Goth, Moric. Hungary. 

801. Artist's Wife. 

802. Self Portrait. 

803. Tired Horse. 

Hatvany, Baron Ferencz. Hungary. 

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

Awarded Silver Medal (for Drawing): P. 
P. I. E., 1915. 

804. Drawing: No. 1. 

805. Drawing: No. 2. 

806. Drawing: No. 3. 

807. Drawing: No. 4. 

Herman, Lipot. Hungary. 

808. Nude Study. 

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

Lent by Dr. Lajos Ferenczi. 
Juhasz, Arpad. Hungary. 

809. Drawing: No. 1. 

810. Drawing: No. 2. 

Konrad, Gyula. Hungary. 

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

811. Peasant Woman: Mezokovesd. 

812. Summer Evening : The Arno. 

813. Motive: From a Little Town. 
Kron, Jeno. Hungary. 

814. Woman's Head. 

815. The Worker. 

Kubinyi, A. Hungary. 

816. Winter Landscape. 

817. The Dancer. 
Lenard, Robert. 

Awarded Silver Medal. 

818. Windy Sunset. 

819. On the Arno. 

S20. San Juan y Batista: Toledo. 

821. Puenta San Martino. 

822. Toledo. 

823. Gateway: Toledo. 

824. Church Colonnade. 

825. Old Part of Toledo. 

826. On the Arno. 

827. Alhambra. 

828. The San Martino Bridge: Toledo. 

829. Old Town. 

830. Landscape. 

831. Sunset in Genoa. 

832. Saint Cloud. 

833. Prague : Old Bridge. 

834. Canal in France. 

835. Old Houses in Genoa. 

836. Ponte Vecchio. 

837. Genoa. 

Lotz, Karoly. Hungary. 

838. Study. 

Lent by Baron Hatvany Ferencz. 
Marko, Erno. Hungary. 

839. Woman Knitting. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 
Nagy, Laura. Hungary. 

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

840. Old Woman with Animals. 

841. Fairyland. 
8-!2. Bird's Supper. 

843. The Dolls' Queen. 

Nagy, Sandor. Hungary. 

844. Child's Portrait. 



Hungary. 
P. P. I. E., 1915. 



INTERNATIONAL SECTION 



107 



Olgyay, Victor. Hungary. 

845. February. 

846. Alice. 

847. Waving Corn Field. 

848. Ivan. 

Papp, Lajos. Hungary. 

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

849. The Stonebreaker. 

Pogany, Willy. Hungary. 

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

850. Rheingold. 

851. Walkurenritt. 

852. Beethoven. 

853. Illustration for Tannhauser. No. 1. 

854. Illustration for Tannhauser. No. 2. 

855. Illustration for Tannhauser. No. 3. 
Illustration for Tannhauser. No. 4. 



856. 
857. 
858. 
859. 
860. 



Illustration for Parseval : No. 1. 
Illustration for Parseval: No. 2. 
Illustration for Parseval: No. 3. 
Illustration for Parseval: No. 4. 
P6r, Bertalan. Hungary. 

861. Decorative Composition (dry point 

etching). 

862. Landscape with Hay Rick. 

863. Study: Three Figures. 

864. Self Portrait : No. 2. 

865. Study for Decoration. 

866. Composition Studies. 

867. Study for Portrait Group. 

868. Study for Woman's Portrait. 

869. Portrait. 

870. Female Study. 

871. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 1. 

872. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 2. 

873. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 3. 

874. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 4. 

875. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom : No. 5. 

876. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 6. 

877. Study for Decoration: Worship of. 

Wisdom: No. 7. 

878. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 8. 

879. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 9. 

880. Study for Decoration : Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 10. 

881. S'tudy for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 11. 

882. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 12. 

883. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 13. 

884. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 14. 

885. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 15. 

886. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 16. 

887. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 17. 

888. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom : No. 18. : 

889. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 19. 

890. Study for Decoration : Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 20. 

891. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 21. 

892. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom : No. 22. 

893. Study for Decoration : Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 23. 

894. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 24. 

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



For, Bertalan (Continued). 

896. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 26. 

897. Study for Decoration: Worship of 

Wisdom: No. 27. 

898. Composition Studies. 

899. S'tudy of Nude Seated. 

900. Landscape Composition. 

901. Portrait Study. 

902. Composition Studies. 

903. Study of Male Figure. 

904. Landscape Study with Figures. 

905. Landscape Study: The Mill. 

906. Study: Male Figure. 

907. Pastoral Composition. 

908. Composition Studies. 

909. Landscape Study with Cows. 

910. Decorative Composition Study. 

911. Landscape Study: The Ford. 

912. Decorative Composition Study. 

913. Landscape Studv with Cattle. 

914. Female Study: Grief. 

915. Study for Adam and Eve. 

916. Composition Study. 

917. Decorative Composition S'tudy. 

918. Composition Study. 

919. Landscape Study: The Shepherd: 

No. 1. 

920. Three Composition Studies. 

921. Two Composition Studies. 

922. Landscape Study: The Shepherd: 

No. 2. 

923. Study for Mosaic. 

924. Decorative Composition Study : Fe- 

cundity. 

925. - Decorative Composition Study: The 

Pioneers: No. 1. 

926. Decorative Composition Study: The 

Pioneers: No. 2. 

927. Landscape Composition. 

928. Portrait Study of a Man. 

929. Decorative Composition Study. 

930. Study: Female Nude. 

Prihoda, Istvan. Hungary. 

A^varded Bronze Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

931. Portrait of Mrs. Irene P. 

932. Those Who Laugh. 

933. Study of Female Nude. 
Rauscher, Lajos. Hungary. 

934. Doorway in Rothenburg. 

935. Hut in S'zelakna. 

936. Baggerrad. 

9.'57. Slavic Village: No. 1. 

938. Slavic Village : No. 2. 

939. Part of Margaret Island: Budapest. 

940. Motive from Old Buda. 

941. Buda. 

942. Peasant Hut, 

Eippl-Eonay, Jozsef. Hungary. 

A^rded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 

943. Outdoor Amusements. 

944. Shore Part: Ostend. 

945. Old Woman Seated. 

946. Knitting. 

947. Carroussel. 

948. Walk in the Garden. 

949. Three Girls in a Garden. 

950. Drawing: Man Drinking. 

Lent by Baron Ferencz Hatvany. 

951. Woman at Piano. 
Ronai-Kaszner. Hungary. 

952. Don Pietro Caruso. 

Szekely, Andor. Hungary. 

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

953. Washing Day. 

954. Old Woman's Home: Bruges. 

955. Interior. 

Szekely, Arp&d. Hungary. 

956. Stone Bridge. 

Tichv. Kalman. Hungary. 

957. Bunch of Flowers. 

958. Gold Rain. 



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Tichy, Gyula. Hungary. 

959. Moment and Century. 

Uitz, B61a. Hungary. 

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

960. Self Portrait. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

961. Man's Portrait. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

962. Man's Profile. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

963. Child on Mother's Arm. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

964. Little Girl's Head. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

965. Mother and Baby. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

966. Mother and Child. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

967. Girl's Head in Profile. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

968. Expectant Mother. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

969. Woman Leaning on Her Chin. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

970. Woman Reading. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

971. Woman with Crossed Legs. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

972. Woman with Hand to Her Breast. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

973. Woman with Velvet Ribbon. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

974. Woman Sitting. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

975. Woman with Head Turned. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

976. Woman: Head Bent. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 

977. Woman with Child in Her Lap. 

Lent by Marczell Nemes, Esq. 
Vadasz, Miklos. Hungary. 

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

978. A Summer Episode. 

979. Cheap Places: Race Course. 
9SO. In Amusement Park. 

981. Female Impersonator. 

Vaszary, Janos. Hungary. 

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

982. Drawing. 

Zador, Istvan. Hungary. 

983. The Elisabeth Palace: Budapest. 

984. The Baross Street: Budapest. 

985. Thronefollower Street: Budapest. 

986. The Bath Street: Budapest. 

987. The Woodpecker Street: Budapest. 

SCULPTURE. 
Beck, 6. Ftilop. Hungary. 

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

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

999 to 1016. Medals. 

Canalias, Jose. Spain. 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 
1017. Mariner. 



Fehervary, Erzsi. 
Honorable Mention: P. P. 
1018. Black and White. 
1019. Green and White. 
1020. Cleopatra. 
1021. Harleauin. 
1022. Ballerina. 
Femes-Beck, Vilmos. 
1023 to 1033. Medals. 
1034. Dancer. 
103'5. Eve. 
1036. Woman with Sheaf. 
1037. Dante. 
1038. Beatrice. 
Ferenczy, Benjamin. 
1039. Madonna. 


Hungary. 
I. E., 1915. 

Hungary. 
Hungary. 



Kormendi-Frimm, Jeno. Hungary. 

3040. Portrait Bust. 

1041. Medal. 

Mares, Frederico. Spain. 

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

1042. Study of Nude Man. 

Monegal Prat, Esteban. Spain. 

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

1043. W T oman Combing Her Hair. 
Muranyi, Gyula. Hungary. 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P. I. E., 1915. 
1044 to 1052. Medals. 

Pick, Lajos. Hungary. 

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

1053. The Start. 

Poupelet, Jeanne. France. 

1054. Cock. 

1 055. Donkey. 

1056. Toilet. 

de Eosales, Emanuel O. England. 

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

1057. Puppets. 

1058. Bacchante. 

Simay, Imre. Hungary. 

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

1059. Orang Utang. 

1060. Family Joy. 
3061. Mother and Son. 

1062. Rhesus Erythreus. 

1063. Father and Son. 

Teles, Ede. Hungary. 

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

Awarded Bronze Medal (for Sculpture): P. 
P. I. E., 1915. 

1064 to 1079. Medals. 

1080. Female Figure. 

1081. Portrait Bust: Artist's Wife. 
Troubetzkoy, Paul. Russia. 

1082. Mrs. Henderson. 

1083. Mrs. Crane. 

1084. Caruso. 

1085. Mr. Waterman. 

1086. Mrs. B..Harriman. 

1087. Mr. Shaukopf. 

1088. Mme. Svirsky. 

1089. Lady Constance Richardson. 

1090. Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt. 

1091. Tolstoy on Horseback. 

1092. Miss B. Rutherford. 

1093. Samoyede Siberian Dogs. 

1094. Tolstoy. 

1095. Princess Troubetzkoy. 

1096. Mr. W. K. Vanderbilt. 

1097. Girl with a Lamb. 

1098. Hunting Dog. 

1099. Mrs. Ogden Mills. 

1100. How Can You Eat Me? 

1101. Princess Troubetzkoy. 

1102. Mrs. Castle. 

1103. Baroness Robert Rothschild. 

1104. Elephant. 

Vedres, Mark. Hungary. 

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

1105. Girl Arranging Hair. 

1106. Singing Boy. 

1107. Dancing Girl. 

1108. After Bath. 

1109. Bacchus. 

1110. Adam and Eve. 

1111. Boy Resting. 

1112. Girl Carrying Water. 

1113. Danseuse. 

1114. Morning Toilet. 

1115. Woman Arranging Hair. 

1116. Reposing Athlete. 
Zilzer. Hajnalka. 

1117. Portrait Plaque. 

Zutt, Ar. Hungary. 

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



NORWEGIAN SECTION 



lOf) 



ITALIAN FUTURISTS. 



GALLERY ONE 



Balla. 
1130. 



HUNDRED AND FORTY- 
ONE. 



Dynamic Decomposition of a Motor 
in Rapid Movement. 

1131. Dynamism of Dispersion. 

1132. Dynamic Expansion: Speed. 

1133. Luminous Successions: Displace- 

ments. 

1134. Dynamism of Plasticity: Noises: 

Speed. 

1135. Dynamism of Plastic Lights. 

1136. Walking Lines : Dynamic Succes- 

sions. 

1137. Dynamism of Light. 

1138. Dynamic Rythm. 

Boccioni. 

1139. Nude: Complementary Dynamism of 

Form : Colour. 

1140. Dynamism of a Cyclist. 

1141. Elasticity. 

1142. Matter. 

1143. Dynamism of a Footballer. 

Carra. 

1144. The Disintegration of Flesh. 

1145. Centrifugal Forces. 

1146. Abstract Perspective of Form: 

Color. 

1147. The Complement of Form to a Nude 

Figure. 

1148. Study for the Picture: A Woman's 

Shape and Scents. j, 

1149. Dynamic Space of a Jockey. 

1150. Plastic Transcendencies. 

1151. Synthesis of a Music Hall. fj 

1152. Form of a Dancer in Circular Move- I 

ment. 

1153. Force Centres of a Boxer. 

1154. Dynamism of a Boxer. l 



Carra ( Continued ) . 

1155. Architectural Construction of 

Woman on the Beach. 

1156. A Woman's Shape and Scents. 

1157. Woman: House: Bottle: as 

Spherical Expansion in Space. 
Simultaneousness. 



1158. 
Russolo. 
1159. 
1160. 
1161. 



1162. 

1163. 

Severini. 

1164. Light : 



Dynamism of a Motor. 

Dynamic Volumes. 

Plastic Summary of a Woman's 

Movements. 
My Dynamic Self. 
Dynamic Expansion: Houses: Lights. 



Simul- 



1105. 

1166. 
1167. 

1168. 
1169. 

1170. 
1171. 
1172. 

1173. 

1174. 
1175. 

1176. 

1177. 



Cen- 
Cen- 



Speed: Noise: in 
taneous Interpenetration. 

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

Sea Dancer. 

Spherical Expansion of Lights : 
tripetal. 

Spherical Expansion of Light: 
trifugal. 

Dynamic Decomposition of the Por- 
trait of the Poet Marinetti. 

Dynamism of the 14th July. 

Light: Speed: Noise: Sketch. 

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

Forms and Color: Tone in the 
Double Boston: Second Sketch. 

Sea Dancer: Study. 

Dynamic Continuity of a Train in 
Rapid Movement. 

Sea Dancer: Study No. 2 

Sea Dancer: Study No. 3. 



SCULPTURE. 
Boccioni. 

1178. Development of a Bottle in Space: 

Still Life, 

1179. Muscles in Quick Motion. 



NORWEGIAN SECTION 



CONSUL F. HERMAN GADE 
Commissioner-General 

WILHELM v. MUNTHE af MORGENSTIERNE 
Assistant-Commissioner 

J. NILSEN LAURVIK 

Commissioner of Fine Arts 



PAINTINGS. 

GALLERIES ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY- 
FOUR TO ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY. 

Astrup, Nicalai. 

1. Window Flowers. 

Lent by Henrik Lund, Esq. 

2. Storm-Blown Aspentree. 

Lent by Henrik Lund, Esq. 
Brun, Harald. 

3. A Laplander. 

4. Young Woman. 

5. Gladiolis. 
Collett, Fredrik. 

6. Spring Landscape. 
Dahl, Nils. 

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

7. September Evening. 

8. Autumn Landscape. 



Deberitz, Per. 

9. On the Beach. 

From the Shulz Collection. 

10. Nude. 

From the Shulz Collection. 

11. Garden in Meritone. 

Lent by August Mohr, Esq. 

Diriks, Edvard. 

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

12. Storm on Drobaksfjord. 

13. December on the Seine. 

From the Shulz Collection. 

14. Marine. 

Eriksen, Bjarne. 

15. Summer Night. 

Eriksen, Sigurd. 

10. In the Woods. 



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Gauguin, Pola. 

17. Sidestreet in Christiania. 

18. Forest Interior. 

19. Sunset. 

20. Spruce Wood. 

Grande, Severin. 

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

21. Still Life. 

22. Fir Trees. 

23. On the Beach. 

24. Shimmer in Soon. 

Haavardsholm, Magnhild. 

25. Cabbage Field. 

Heiberg, Astri Welhaven. 

26. Portrait of a Girl. 

27. Landscape. 
Heiberg, Jean. 

28. Boxers. 

29. Calla Lilies and Tiger Lilies. 

30. Bathing Boys. 

31. Landscape. 

32. Nude. 
Hennig, Otto. 

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

33. Valley in the Mountains. 

34. Storm. 
Holbo, Kristen. 

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

35. Al Fresco Luncheon. 

36. Summer Evening in Vaage. 

37. Mountain Dairy Pasture: Norway. 
Holmboe, Thorolf. 

38. In the Garden. 

39. Winter Road. 

40. Garden in Winter. 

41. Winter. 

42. Owl. 

43. Autumn. 

44. Twilight. 
Jacobsen, August. 

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

45. Berry Tree. 
Joh arisen. Otto. 

46. In the Garden. 

47. Cagne : France. 

48. In Romsdalen: Norway. 
Jorde, Lars. 

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

49. Midsummer. 

50. Noon Sun: Sjodalen. 

51. Morning Sun on Winter Cliffs. 
Kavli, Arne. 

52. Landscape. 

53. Summer. 

54. In the Harbor. 

Lent by August Mohr, Esq. 

55. Nude. 

From the Shulz Collection. 

56. Garden. 

57. Summer Night. 

From the Shulz Collection. 

58. The Tree. 

59. The Red Tablecloth. 
Kielland, Manne. 

60. Lonstrup: Denmark. 
Kolsto, Fredrik. 

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

61. Clear Winter Day. 

62. Winter Day on the Coast. 
Krag, Lul. 

Awarded Bronze Medal: P. P. I E 1915 

63. Portrait of Mrs. K. 
Krohg, Christian. 

Awarded Silver Medal: P. P I E 1915 

64. At the Table. 

65. Buttoning the Shoes. 

From the Shulz Collection. 

66. Portrait. 



Krogh, Christian (Continued). 

67. The Struggle for Life. 

68. Norwegian Pilot. 

69. Old Italian Woman. 

70. The Child. 

71. Sleeping. 
Laureng, Theodor. 

72. Portrait of a Boy. 

Lent by Henrik Lund, Esq. 
Lund, Henrik. 

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

73. Portrait: The Norwegian Author, 

Hans Jaeger. 

74. A Question. 

From the Shulz Collection. 

75. The Dramatist, Gunnar Heiberg, and 

Friends in the Garden. 

76. Portrait of Mrs. M. 

77. On the Doorsteps. 

78. The Kitchen Wall. 

79. The Actress, Mine. Wettergren. 
Munch, Edvard. 

80. Morning Toilet. 

From the Shulz Collection. 

81. Portrait: The Author, Jappe Nilssen. 

82. Landscape: Middle Europe. 

83. Winter Landscape. 

84. Portrait of the Painter, S. 

85. Winter Landscape on the Coast. 

86. Summer Night in Aasgaardstrand. 

From the Shulz Collection. 

87. The Sun: Study for Decoration in 

Christiania University. 

88. Morning. 
Miiller, Johannes. 

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

89. Norwegian Mountain Stream. 
Onsager, Sb'ren. 

90. Before the Mirror. 

From the Shulz Collection. 

91. Sleeping Children. 

From the Shulz Collection. 
Revold, Axel. 

92. Shipyard. 

93. Two Girls. 

94. Italian Girl. 

95. Winter Landscape. 
Rom, Henrik. 

96. Stormy Day in Fishing Village. 

97. Summer Night. 

98. Portrait of a Lady. 
Salicath, Ornulf. 

99. Young Girl. 

100. My Wife. 
Sann, Jacob. 

101. Fisherman's Garden. 

102. Fisherman's Cottage. 

103. Summer Evening in Sandefjord. 
Schonheyder, Anna. 

104. Vaage Church : Norway. 
Salvesen, Valborg Schwartz. 

105. Interior. v-- 
Sinding, Sigmuncl. 

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

106. Autumn. 

107. Autumn in Norway. 

108. In the Harbor. 

109. Twixt Winter and Spring. 

110. Country Road. 
Smith-Kielland, Per. 

111. Winter. 
Sohlberg, Harald. 

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

112. Oak Tree : Evening Light. 

Lent by Rasmus Meyer, Esq. 

113. Midsummer Night. 

Lent by Dr. Midelfart. 

114. Spring Evening: Akershus, Chris- 

tiania. 

Lent by Olaf Gulbranson. 



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111 



Sohlberg, Harald (Continued). 

115. Winter Night in Mountains. 

Lent by J. B. Stang, Esq. 

116. Fruitful Acres. 

Lent by Consul Harald Pettersen. 

117. Fisherman's Cottage. 

Lent by Byron Smith, Esq. 

118. From Sagene, Christiania. 

119. Afternoon gun. 

Sonnne. Jacob. 

120. Evening Sun." 

121. Interior. 

Strom, Halfdan. 

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

122. Figure Study. 
I23 1 . Effect of Sunlight. 

124. In the Meadow. 

125. Self Portrait. 

126. Portrait of a Lady. 

127. In the Sun. 

Sorensen, Henrik. 

128. The Waiter. 

Lent by August Mohr, Esq. 

129. Fear. 

130. Friends. 
Svarstad, A. C. 

131. Portrait. 

132. Old House: Christiania. 

133. Tarrace in Rome. 

134. Dedication of the Peoples' House: 

Ghristiania. 

135. Anarchists' Meeting in London. 
Stadskleiv, Thorleiv. 

136. Overcast Day in the Mountains. 
Tannes, Marie. 

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

137. March. 

138. On the Outskirt of a Town. 
Thaulow, Frits. 

139. Pumpkin Field: Pennsylvania. 

140. Town Gate: Cordova, Spain. 

141. In Skagen, Denmark. 

142. Watermill. 

143. Square in Beaulieu, France. 

144. River in Brittany, France. 

145. Fishermen's Bridge. 

146. Park Bench in Winter. 

147. Landscape: Gravelines, France. 

148. Watering the Horses : Normandie. 

149. Smoking Chimneys : St. Denis, 

France. 

150. Boulevard de la Madeleine: Paris. 

151. The Mesna River: Norway. 

152. Church Interior: Burgois, Spain. 

153. Surf: Dieppe, France. 

154. Apple Barges on the Seine. 
Thorbjornsen, Simon. 

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

155. Autumn Evening. 

156. Still Life. 
Tunold, Bernt. 

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

157. Tranquillity. 

Lent by Direktor Kjell Koren. 
Valstad, Otto. 

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

158. Norwegian Winter. 

159. Digitalis. 

160. A Corner of My Studio. 

161. Near the Christianiafjord. 

162. The Antique Mirror. 

163. Spring. 
Wetlesen, Wilhelm. 

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

164. Landscape from Fredrikstad, Norway. 

165. Horses in Snow. 
Werenskiold, Dagfin. 

166. Hawk and Turkeys. 

167. Crows and Their Young. 



GRAPHIC SECTION. 

ETCHINGS, LITHOGRAPHS, WOODCUTS, 
DRAWINGS AND WATER COLORS. 

Eriksen, Kristofer. 

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

168. The Rider (after Rembrandt's paint- 

ing in the Museum of Copenhagen;. 

169. Jewish Boy. 

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

170. Winter in the City. 

171. Decorative Figure. 

172. Side Street in the City. 

173. Woman's Head. 

174. Woman Dressing. 

175. Reclining Figure. 

176. Still Life. 

177. Bathing Figures. 

178. Female Nude. 

179. Woman Arranging Hair. 

Hammarbaeck, A. 

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

180. A Little Girl. 

181. Sketch. 

182. Little Boy. 

183. Profile. 

Holm, Hans. 

184. The Burial of Christ (after Ribera's 

painting in Louvre) (L). 

185. From Mesna River (L in colors of 

painting by Thaulow). 

186. From Amiens (L in colors of paint- 

ing by Thaulow). 

Kavli, Arne. 

187. Interior of a Music Box. 

188. Singer in Tights. 

189. Sketch. 

190. Woman's Head. 

191. Peasant Girl. 

192. Female Figure. 

193. Singer. 

194. A Little Child. 

195. Singing Negro. 

196. Two Gentlemen in Paris. 

197. The Author, Wildenway. 

198. Songstress. 

199. Songstress Resting. 

Kielland, Manna. 

200. Wolves and Eagles Fighting (etching 

of painting by Jan Fyt). 

201. Interior of Stange Church (etching 

of painting by Harriet Backer). 

Lange, Olaf. 

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

202. S'eaweed (L in colors). 

203. "Urvasi" (L in colors). 

204. Woman Crucified to a Butterfly (L 

in colors). 

205. Martyr ( L in colors). 

206. Two Figures (from Velazques-Metzo- 

tint). 

207. Salambo. 

Munch, Edvard. 

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

208. Death Scene (L). 

209. Adieus (L). 

210. Henrik Ibsen in Grand Cafe (L). 

211. The Sea of Love (L). 

212. Woman with Loose Hair (L). 
213'. Helge Rode (E). 

214. Man Praying (woodcut in 2 colors). 

215. Young Girl (E). 

216. Loving Woman (L in 4 colors). 

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

218. Two People (W in 3 colors). 

219. The Liberation (L in Blue). 

220. Woman with Red Hair (L in 3 

colors). 



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(L). 



Munch, Edvard (Continued). 

221. The Beggar (E on zinc). 

222. Moonlight : Woman Outside the 

House (W in 4 colors). 

223. Self Portrait (L). 

224. The Dead Mother (E). 

225. Lubeck (E). 

226. Study (E). 

227. August Strindberg (L). 

228. Jealousy (L in black). 

229. Vampire (W in 4 colors). 

230. Eva Mudocci and Bella Edwards (L). 

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

232. Oak Tree (E on zinc). 

233. The Kiss (E). 

234. Sick Girl (E). 

235. The Sick Child (E). 

236. Italian Woman (E). 

237. Woman in Summer Night (E). 

238. Moonlight (E). 

239. Landgerichtsdirektor S. (E). 

240. Sigbjorn Obstf elder (E). 

241. Bathing Woman (E). 

242. Henry van de Velde 

243. Thv. S. (L). 

244. Nude (L). 

245. Leopard (L). 

246. A Young Lady (E). 

247. Workmen (L). 

248. Thv. S. II (L). 

249. Museum Director, Jens Thiis (L). 

250. Panic (W). 

251. Woman with Large Hat (L). 

252. Workman (W). 

253. The Seducer (L). 

254. Madam G. (L in red). 

255. Young Lady (L). 

256. Two Old People (L). 

257. Two Apes with Their Young (L). 

258. Polar Bear (L). 

259. Eagle's Head (L). 

260. Tiger (L). 

261. Boy, Girl and Horse (L). 

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

263. Two Eagle Heads (L). 

264. Eight Apes (L). 

Nordhagen, Johan. 

265. Falls in Telemarken (E of painting 

by August Cappelen). 
Claudius Civillis' Conspiracy Against 

the Romans (from Rembrandt's 

painting). 
Christ in Emaus (from Rembrandt's 

painting). 
Birch Tree in Storm (from painting 

by Prof. J. C. Dahl). 

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

270. Arne Garborg (E). 

271. Calf (E). 

Peterssen, Beidar. 

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

272. The Slaughter of the Innocents (from 

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

273. Head: Study (E). 

274. Self Portrait (E). 

275. Head (E). 



266. 



267. 
268. 



Thaulow, Frits. 

276. Pont de Amiens (E in colors). 

277. Pont de Verone (E in colors). 

278. Laveuses de Quimperle (E in colors). 

279. Soir (E in colors). 

280. Escalier de Marbre (E in colors). 

281. Degel (E in colors). 

282. Porte de Marbre (E in colors). 
SCULPTURES AND MEDALLIONS. 

St. Lerche, Hans. 

Awarded Silver Medal for Sculpture: P. P. 

I. E., 1915. 

Honorable Mention for Medals: P. P. J. E., 
1915. 

283. Pope Leo XIII. 

284. Max Liebermann. 

285. Child. 

286. Young Roman. 

287. Infant Child. 

288. Three Monkeys. 

289. Bacchanal. 

290. Siren. 

291. Roman Carnival. 

292. Crayfish. 

293. Young Man. 

294. Ibsen. 

295. Nude. 

296. Bust of Young Roman. 

297. The Poet and the Sphinx. 

298. W T oman and the Sea Bear. 

299. Wild Boar. 

300. Yenus. 

301. Siren. 

302. Spectre. 

303. Nude. 

304. Pope Pius X. 

305. Pope Leo XIII. 

306. Bjornstjerne Bjornson. 

307. Fishes. 

308. Fishes. 

309. The Tiber. 

310. Anti-Denomist Allusions. 

311. The Marquise Casati in Fete Cos 

turne. 

312. Sea Motive. 

313. Typical Roman Child. 
.",14. Statuette: Pope Pius X. 
3'15. Pope Pius X (A). 

316. Pope Leo XIII (B). 

317. Young Silenus. 

318. Bust of a Young Roman. 

319. Woman (glass). 

320. Woman and Sea Bear. 

321. Idyl. 

322. Boy (terra cotta). 

323. Child (terra cotta). 

324. Pope Benedict XV (terra cotta). 

325. Statuette (terra cotta). 

326. Pope Pius X (terra cotta). 

327. Candida (terra cotta). 

328. Up Against It (terra cotta). 

329. Bust of a Boy (terra cotta). 

330. S'chopenhauer : Head (terra cotta). 

331. Head of a Child (terra cotta). 

332. Old Silenus (terra cotta). 
Vik, Ingebrigt. 

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

333. Young Girl (bronze). 



BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX 



ABBREVIATIONS 



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

AC. Phila Art Club of Philadelphia. 

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

AIA American Institute of Architects. 

AIC Art Institute of Chicago. 

AXA Associate National Academy of Design, New Yoik. 

Am. PS American Painters and Sculptors, New York. 

Am. S. Min. P American Society of Miniature Painters, Now Yoik. 

ASL of N. Y Art Students' League of New York. 

AWCS American Water Color Society, New York. 

Boston WCC Boston Water Color Club. 

C. I. Pittsburgh Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh. 

Chicago AD Chicago Academy of Design. 

Chicago SA Chicago Society of Artists. 

Chicago SAC Chicago Society of Arts and Crafts. 

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

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

Inter, des Beaux-Arts et des Lettres). 

Int. Soc. S 1 . P. G International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers, London. 

Mural P National Society of Mural Painters, New York. 

Nat. Inst. A. L National Institute of Arts and Letters. 

NA National Academy of Design, New York (Academicians). 

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

NSC National Society of Craftsmen, New York. 

NSS National Sculpture Society, New York. 

N. Y. Arch. Lg Architectural League of New York. 

NYWCC New York Water Color Club. 

PAFA Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia. 

Pa. S. Min. P Pennsylvania Society of Miniature Painters. 

Pastelists Society of Pastelists, New York. 

Phila. WCC Philadelphia Water Color Club. 

Port. P National Society of Portrait Painters, New York. 

SAA Society of American Artists, New York. 

SI Society of Illustrators, New York. 

Salma. C Salmagundi Club, New York. 

SWA Society of Western Artists. 

Ten Am. P Ten American Painters. 

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



BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX 



PAINTERS, ILLUSTRATORS, ETC. 



Abbey, Edwin A. 

Born Philadelphia, 1852. Studied PAFA. 
Honors: First Cla?s gold medal, Internation- 
al Art Exhibition, Vienna, 1898; gold medal 
of honor PAFA 1898; gold medal Paris Exp., 
1889 and 1900; gold medal Pan-American Exp., 
Buffalo, 1901; small gold medal, Berlin Exp., 
1903. Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
France. Member Royal Academy of Arts, 
London; ARWS., London; NA 1902; Mural 
P.; AWCS; AIA (hon.); Paris SAP; Royal 
Bavarian Academy (hon.); Assoc. Soc. Nat. 
des Beaux Arts, Paris; London SI (hon.); 
Phila. WCC (hon.); Nat. Inst. AL. 

2639. Spring. 

Lent by Thomas L. Manson, Esq. 

Gallery 57, Wall A. 
2040. Pa vane. 

Lent by Mrs. Whitelaw Reid. 

Gallery 57, Wall A. 

2641. Gold Net, 

Lent by Frederick Mead, Esq. 
Gallery 57, Wall A. 

2642. Drawing No. 5. 

Lent by Mrs. Payne Whitney. 
Gallery 57, Wall A. 
2648. The Wind. 

Lent by Samuel T. Peters, Esq. 
Gallery 57, Wall A. 

2644. The Lesson. 

Lent by Andrew Carnegie, Esq. 
Gallery 57, Wall A. 

2645. Three Queens. 

Lent by Frederick Mead, Esq. 
Gallery 57, Wall A. 

2646. The Widow. 

Lent by Mrs. Edwin A. Abbey. 
Gallery 57, Wall A. 

2647. Drawing No. 3. 

Lent by Mrs. Payne Whitney. 
Gallery 57, Wall B. 

2648. In the Library. 

Lent by Mrs. H. O. Havemeyer. 
Gallery 57, Wall B. 

2649. Drawing No. 4. 

Lent by Mrs. Payne Whitney. 
Gallerv 57, Wall B. 

2650. Parson Dunkhardt. 

Gallery 57. Wall B. 

2651. Drawing No. 2. 

Lent by Mrs. Payne Whitney. 
Gallery 57, Wall B. 

2652. St. Agnes' Eve. 

Gallery 57, Wall B. 

2653. The Penance of Eleanor. 

Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 
Gallery 57, Wall B. 

2655. The Bird to Others Flew: A Love 

Song. 

Lent by Mrs. H. O. Havemeyer. 
Gallery 57. Wall B. 

2656. Quince with His Own Hand. 

Lent by Mrs. H. O. Havemeyer. 
Gallery 57, Wall B. 

2657. The Quiet Life: Illustration for The 

Vicar. 

Lent by Mrs. Howard Mansfield. 
Gallery 57, Wall B. 



Abbey, Edwin A. (Continued). 

2658. Sally in Our Alley. 

Lent by Mrs. H. O. Havemeyer. 
Gallery 57, Wall B. 

2659. The Toast. 

Lent by Thomas L. Manson, Esq. 
Gallery 57, Wall B. 

2660. S'ally in Our Alley. 

Lent by Thomas L. Manson, Esq. 
Gallery 57, Wall B. 

2661. Drawing No. 1. 

Lent by Mrs. Payne Whitney. 
Gallery 57, Wall B. 

Ackerman, Olga M. 
Born San Francisco. 

3486. At a Concert. 

Gallery 72, Wall B. 

Adams, John Ottis. 

Born Amity, Ind., 1851. Studied with John 
Parker in London; Benczur and Loefftz in 
Munich. Member: SWA; Indianapolis Art 
Assoc. (hon.). Honors: Bronze Medal, St. 
Louis Exp.., 1904; Fine Arts Bldg. Prize, Chi- 
cago, 1907; hon. mention, Buenos Aires Exp., 
1910. 

2335. Winter Morning. 

Lent by the Muucie Art Asso- 
ciation. 

Gallery 47. Wall C. 
3469. A Bit of the Whitewater. 

Gallery 72, Wall A. 

Adams, Philip. 

Born Honolulu, Hawaii. 1881. Studied: 
ASL, New York; Museum Art School, Boston. 



4450. 



The Sailor. 

Gallery 120, Wall D. 



Addams, Clifford. 

Born Philadelphia, 1876. Studied with 
Henry Wood, Drexel Institute; Composition 
under Thomas P. Anshutz and Henry V. 
Thouron and the PAFA; Academic Carmen, 
under Whistler. Honors: Traveling scholar- 
ship, PAFA 1899. 

23t30. Sadness. 

Gallery 46, Wall D. 
2301. The Lady of the Five Marks. 

Gallery 46, Wall D. 

Addams, Inez. 

Studied with Whistler in Paris. 
Silver Medal, Panama- Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

U261. Portrait Study. 

Gallery 46, Wall A. 
2270. Daphne. 

Gallery 46, Wall A. 
2277. The Death of Lucrece. 

Gallery 46, Wall B. 



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Ahrens, Ellen Wetherald. 

Born Baltimore, 1859. Studied: Boston 
Museum School under Grundmann; PAFA un- 
der Eakins; Drexel Inst. under Pyle. Phila. 
WCC; PA. S. Min. P.; A. S. Min. P. Honors: 
Silver medal and prize, C I. 1901; bronze 
medal? for oil painting and miniatures, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904. 

1834. Miss G. C. 

Gallery 40, Case 6. 

1836. A Brown Study. 

Gallery 40, Case 6. 

1837. Little Bert. 

Gallery 40, Case 6. 

Aiken, Charles A. 

Born Worcester, Mass., 1872. Studied: 
Boston Museum School. 

1029. Portrait. 

Gallery 36, Wall C. 

Albert, Ernest. 

Born Brooklyn, N. Y., 1857. Studied 
Brooklyn Academy of Design. 

2291. Ten Above Zero. 

Gallery 46, Wall C. 

Albright, Adam Emory. 

Born Monroe, Wis., 1862. Studied: AIC; 
PAFA; Munich and Paris. Member: Chica- 
go SA; SWA; Chicago AD; AIC. Honors: 
Grower prize, AIC 1907; Cahn prize, AIC 1908. 

2345. The Hill Road. 

Gallery 47, Wall D. 

Alexander, John W. 

Born Pittsburgh, Pa., 1856; died 1913. 
Studied in Munich, Venice and Florence. 
Member: ANA 1901, NA 1902 (pres. since 
190.9); N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1901; Mural P. (vice- 
pres.); Nat. Int., A. L. (pres.); Am. Acad. 
A. L.; Port. P.; School A. Lg. (pres.); SI 
(hon.); AIA (hon.); A. Fed. A. (v-pres. and 
director) ; Societe de Peintres et Sculpteurs, 
Paris; Soc. Nationale des Beaux-Arts, Paris; 
Int. Soc. of Sc. Pt. and Gravers (hon.), Lon- 
don; R. S. British Artists (hon.); Munich Se- 
cession; Vienna Secession. Trustee, Am. Fine 
Arts Soc., N. Y. Public Library and Metro- 
politan Museum of Art. Honors: Bronze 
medal, Munich Acad., 1880; Temple gold 
medal, PAFA 1897; Lippincott prize, PAFA 
1899; gold medal, Paris Exp., 1900;. gold 
medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; Carnegie 
prize, SAA 1901 ; first Corcoran prize, S. 
Wash. A. 1903; gold medal, St. Louis Exp., 
1904; Chevalier Legion of Honor, 1901; first 
class medal, C. L, Pittsburgh, 1911. 

Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific Internation- 
al Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3314. Phyllis. 

Lent by the City Art Museum, 

St. Louis. 
Gallery 69, Wall C. 

Allen, Charles Curtis. 

Born Leominster, Mass., 1886. Studied: 
Worcester Art Museum School, Philip Hale. 

3610. Mountain and Cloud. 

Gallery 74, Wall C. 

Allen, Marion Boyd. 

Born Boston. 'Studied with Tarbell and 
Benson. 

3490. Enameling. 

Gallery 72, Wall B. 



Allis, C. Harry. 

Born Dayton, Ohio, 1877. Studied: De- 
troit School of Art; Munich and Paris. 
Member: SAA, Munich, Germany; SWA; 
Imperial Arts League, London, England. 

2628. Evening: Montreuil. 

Gallery 56, Wall C. 

Allston, Washington. 

Born in Waccamaw, S. C., 1779; died in 
Cambridge, Mass., 1843. Graduated from 
Harvard, 1800. Went to England, 1801, and 
studied at Royal Academy. Afterwards visit- 
ed Rome, whence he returned to America in 
1809. Subsequently lived in England from 
1811 to 1818, and finally in Massachusetts. 

2760. Bacchanal. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Gallery 60, Wall A. 

Ames, Blanche. 

Born at Lowell, Mass., 1878. Studied: 
Smith College, Northampton, Mass., under D. 
W. Tryon. 

2111. Pauline. 

Gallery 43, Wall A. 

3364. General Adelbert Ames. 

Gallery 70, Wall A. 

Andersen, Martinus. 

Born Peru, Ind., 1878. Studied: J. Ottis 
Adams and William Forsyth; John Herron 
Art School. Hon. Mention, Richmond, Ind., 
1913; Hon. Mention, Richmond, Ind., 1914. 

3254. The Glittering Pageant. 
Gallery 68, Wall B. 

Anderson, Karl. 

Born Oxford, O., 1874. Studied: AIC; 
Colorossi Academy in Paris; Holland, Italy 
and Madrid. Member: Am. PS; SI. Honors: 
Silver medal, C. I. Pittsburgh, 1910. 

2222. Fireflies. 

Gallery 45, Wall B. 

Anshutz, Thomas P. 

Born Covington, Kentucky, 1851. Died 
1912. Studied: PAFA. Member of the New 
York Water Color Club; The Philadelphia 
Water Color Club. Instructor in The Pennsyl- 
vania Academy of the Fine Arts. Honors: 
Silver Medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 
St. Louis, 1904; Gold Medal of Honor, The 
Pennsylvania Academy, 1909; Gold Medal 
Intl. Exp., Buenos Aires. 

2159. Portrait of a Little Girl. 

Lent by Mrs. John E. D. Trask. 

Gallery 44, Wall A. 
2474. The Incense Burner. 

Lent by Dr. Charles W. Gessler. 

Gallery 51, Wall B. 
2499. A Rose. 

Lent by William S. Pardee, Esq. 

Gallery 51, Wall D. 

Archambault, A. Margaretta. 

Born Philadelphia. Studied: PAFA; Ju- 
lian Academy in Paris. Member: PA. S. 
Min. P. (sect.). Fellowship PAFA; Plastic C. 

1981. Miss Clementine Dalcour. 

Gallery 40, Case 19. 

1982. Miss M. Smith. 

Gallery 40, Case 19. 

1983. Jacqueline. 

Gallery 40, Case 19. 

1984. Miss Frances Brock. 

Gallery 10, Case 19. 



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Arthurs, Stanley Massey. 

Born Kenton, Del., 1877. 
Howard Pyle. Member: SI. 

56. 



Studied with 



Overland Transportation. 

Gallery 26, Wall C. 
60. The Evening Mail. 

Gallery 26, Wall C. 

Ashley, Clifford Warren. 

Born New Bedford, Mass., 1881. Studied 
with Howard Pyle. 

2314. Chase of the Bowhead Whale. 
Gallery VT, Wall A. 

Austin, Amanda P. 

Studied with E. Renard and Delacluse in 
Paris. 

1049. Market Scene: Pont L'Abbe: Brit- 
tainy. 

Gallery 36, Wall D. 

Bacher, Otto H. 

Born Cleveland, Ohio, 1856. Died Bronx- 
ville 1909. Studied with Duveneck, Carolus- 
Duran, Boulanger and Lefebvre. Member: 
Society of Illustrators, Painter-Etchers of Lon- 
don, England. Associate National Academy of 
Design. Honors: Silver Medal, St. Louis, 1904. 

2010. July. 

Gallery 50, Wall B. 

Baer, William J. 

Born Cincinnati, 1860. Studied: McMick- 
en School of Design, Cincinnati; Royal Acad- 
emy, Munich. Member: Am. S. Min. P. 
(pres.). Honors: Bronze Medal, Paris Exp., 
1900; bronze medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo. 
1901; silver medal, Charleston Exp., 1902. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1935. Young Diana. 

Gallery 40, Case 14. 

1937. Doris. 

Gallery 40, Case 35. 

1938. Friends. 

Gallery 40, Case 15. 

1939. Mrs. E. R. Hewitt. 

Gallery 40, Case 15. 

1940. Primavera. 

Gallery 40, Case 15. 

1941. Nymph and Cupid. 

Gallery 40, Case 15. 

1942. The Apple. 

Gallery 40, Case 15. 

1943. Betty. 

Gallery 40, Case 15. 

1944. Laodicea. 

Gallery 40, Case 15. 

Bains, Ethel Franklin Betts. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

52. Cinderella. 

Gallery 20, Wall C. 
70. The Story of the Six Swans. 

Gallery 26, Wall C. 
75. The Frog Prince. 

Gallery 26, Wall D. 
70. The Story of Hansel and Gretel. 

Gallery 26, Watt D. 

88. Snow White and Rose Red. 

Gallery 20, Wall D. 

89. Rumpelstiltskin. 

Gallery 20, Wall D. 



Baker, William Bliss. 

Born in New York in 1859. Landscape 
painter, pupil of Bierstadt, M. F. H. de Haas 
and the National Academy. He died in 1887. 

2536. Landscape : Grez. 

Lent by H. C. Henry, Esq. 
Gallery 54, Wall B. 

Baker, George A. 

Born in New York, 1821; died there 1880. 
Studied at the schools of the Academy and in 
Europe from 1844 to 1846; NA 1851. 

2757. Portrait of Charles L. Elliot. 

Lent by the National Academy 

of Design. 
Gallery 59, Wall D. 

Baker, Samuel Burtis. 

Born Boston, Mass., 1882. Studied with 
Ernest L. Major, Joseph De Camp and Edward 
H. Barnard. 

2287. Portrait of Miss Marion Howard. 
Gallery 46, Wall C. 

Balaxo, Paula Himmelsbach. 

Born Leipzig, Germany, 1877. Studied: 
PAFA; Paris. 

4343. Parthenon: Moonlight. 
Gallery 119, Wall C. 



Ball, Robert E., Jr. 

Born Kansas City, Mo., 1890. Studied: 
Richard E. Miller, Paris, 1913-14. 

4110. Moonlight: Gothic Arch at St. Jean: 
Brittany. 

Gallery 117, Wall B. 
4136. The Palms. 

Gallery 117, Wall C. 

Ballin, Hugo. 

Born New York, 1879. Studied: ASL of 
N. Y. ; in Rome and Florence. Member: ANA 
1906; N. Y. Arch. Lg. ; AWCS: Nat. Inst. 
A. D. Honors: Shaw purchase, SAA 1905; 
President's prize, N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1906; Clark 
prize, NAD 1906; second Hallgarten prize, 
NAD 1907; Isidor medal, NAD 1907; N. Y. 
Arch. Lg. 1908; bronze medal, Buenos Aires 
Exp., 1910. 

3175. Sorrow. 

Gallery 67, Wall C. 



Barlow, Myron. 

Born Ionia, Mich., 1873. Studied A. I. C., 
Gerome and Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. 
Honors: Gold Medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

4427. Flowers. 

Gallery 120, Wall C. 
4431. Apples. 

Gallery 120, Wall C. 
4435. Fish Sellers. 

Gallery 120, Wall C. 

Barnard, Edward H. 

2572 The Young Oaks: Early August. 
Lent by the St. Botolph G'luh, 
Gallery 55, Wall A, 



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Barnes, Gertrude J. 

Born Tyngsboro, Mass., 1865. Studied: 
Minneapolis School of Fine Arts under Douglas 
Volk; Cowles Art School in Boston under 
Dennis M. Bunker; Snell and Lathrop in New 
York; C. H. Wopdbury. Honors: First prize 
for landscape, Minnesota State Art Soc., 1904; 
lion, mention, Minnesota State Art Soc., 1908, 
1910 and 1914. 

1287. Girl with Persian Oat. 
Gallery 37, Case 12. 

Barnett, Tom P. 

Born St. Louis, 1870. Studied with Paul 
Cornoyer. Honors: Halsey C. Ives First 
Landscape prize, St. Louis, 1914; Bronze Medal, 
Portland Exposition. 

3297. Winter. 

Lent by the City Art Museum: 

St. Louis. 
Gallery 69, Wall B. 

Bartlett, Frederic Clay. 

Born Chicago, 1873. Studied with Gysis in 
Munich; Collin, Aman-Jean and Whistler in 
Paris. Member: Chicago SA; SWA; Mural 
P.; Royal Academy, Munich. Honors: Silver 
Medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; hon. mention 
C. I. Pittsburgh, 1908; Cahn prize, AIC 1910. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2181. Spring Recess. 

Gallery 44, Wall C. 
3428. Our Country Dining Room. 

Gallery 71, Wall B. 



Baxter, Martha Wheeler. 

Born Castleton, Vt., 1869. Studied: PAFA; 
ASL of N. Y. under Mowbray, Cox, Beck- 
with and F. V. Du . Mond. Honors: Hon. 
mention, Paris Exp., 1900. 

1802. Boy Driving. 

Gallery 40, Case 3. 

1803. Portrait of Miss T. 

Gallery 40, Case 3. 

1805. Theodore. 

Gallery 40, Case 3. 

1806. My Mother. 

Gallery 40, Case 3. 

1807. The Peacock Fan. 

Gallery 40, Case 3. 

Beal, Gifford. 

Born in New York, 1879. Member: ANA 
1908; AWCS. Honors: Third prize ($100), 
Worcester, Mass., 1903; bronze medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904; Shaw Fund, Salma C., 1909; 
first Hallgarten prize, NAD 1910; Honorable 
Mention, Art Institute of Chicago, 1912; Sil- 
ver Medal, National Arts Club, 1913: Thomas 
B. Clarke Prize, National Academy of Design, 
1913; Medal of the third class, Carnegie In- 
stitute, 1913. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3540. Summer Landscape. 

Gallery 73', Wall B. 

3541. The Gossips. 

Gallery 73, Wall B. 

3542. Old Town Terrace. 

Gallery 73, Wall B. 
3546. The End of the Street. 
Gallery 73!, Wall B. 



Beal, Eeynolds. 

Born New York, 1867. Studied with Chase. 
Member: NYWCC; ANA 1909; AWCS. 
Honors: Jurley W. C. prize, Salma. C. 1902. 
3543. Orr's Mills. 

Gallery 73, Wall B. 
3547. Lawrenceville Lock. 

Gallery 73, Wall B. 

Beard, William H. 

Born Painsville, O., 1825. Began as a por- 
trait painter, but soon turned to works of 
imagination, and rose to high honors. One 
of the earliest associates of the National Acad- 
emy of Design. He died in 1900. 

2735. Having Taken Possession. 

Lent by Fred E. Sander, Esq 
Gallery 59, Wall B. 

Beatty, John W. 

Born Pittsburgh, Pa., 1851. Studied: Royal 
Bavarian Academy, Munich. Member: Royal 
Society of Arts, London, England; of the 
Jury for New York and Pennsylvania, World's 
Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; of the 
National Advisory Board, Paris Exposition, 
1900: of the Fine Arts Committee, Pan-Ameri- 
can Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; of the National 
Advisory Committee, Louisiana Purchase Ex- 
position, St. Louis, 1904; honorary degree, 
Master of Arts, Western University of Penn- 
sylvania, 1900. Director of the Department 
of Fine Arts, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh. 

Member of the International Jury of 
Awards, Panama-Pacific International Exposi- 
tion, San Francisco, 1915. 

3312. Plymouth Hills. 

Lent by the National Gallery. 
Gallery 69, Wall C. 

3313. Plymouth Sand Dunes. 

Gallery 69, Wall C. 

Beaumont, Lillian Adele. 

Born Jamaica Plain, Mass., 1880. Studied: 
School of Boston Museum, under Benson, 
Tarbell and Philip Hale. 



2141. 



The Satin Gown. 

Gallery 43, Wall C. 



Beaux, Cecilia. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa. Studied: William 
Sartain in Philadelphia; Julian and Lazar 
Schools in Paris. Member: SAA 1893; ANA 
1894, NA 1902; Port. P.; Soc. des Beaux- 
Arts, Paris: Phila. WCC. Honors: Mary 
Smith prize. PAFA, 1885, 1887, 1891 and 
1892; gold medal, AC Phila. 1893; Dodge 
prize, NAD 1893; bronze medal, C. I. Pitts- 
burgh, 1896; first class gold medal ($1500), 
C. I. Pittsburgh, 1899; Temple gold medal, 
PAFA, 1900: Gold Medal, Paris Exp., 1900; 
gold medal, Pan- Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; first 
Corcoran prize, S. Wash. A., 1902; gold medal. 
St. Louis Exp., 1904: Degree of Doctor of 
Laws, University of Pennsylvania, 1908; De- 
gree of Master of Arts, Yale University, 1912; 
Saltus Medal for Merit, National Academy of 
Design, 1914. 

Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific Internation- 
al Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3033. Dorothea and Francesca. 

Gallery 65, Wall D. 

3034. Ernesta. 

Gallery 65, Wall D. 
?;035. The Dreamer. 

Gallery 65, Wall D. 



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Beaux, Cecilia (Continued). 
3036. Study in Whites. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania 

Academy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 65, Wall D. 

3038. Portrait. 

Gallery 65, Wall D. 

3039. Sita and Sarita. ' 

Gallery 65, Wall D. 

3040. Portrait Study. 

Gallery 65, Wall D. 

Becker, Eulabee Dix. 

Born Greenfield, 111., 1879. Studied: St. 
Louis Art School; New York Art League; with 
Win. .T. Whittemore. 

1973. Philip Dix Becker. 

Gallery 40, Case 19. 

1974. Mrs. John Graves. 

Gallery 40, Case 19. 
1976. Portrait of Esther Hoyt. 
Gallery 40, Case 19. 

Becker, Maurice. 

Born Nijni Novgorod, Russia, 1889. Studied 
with Robt. Henri. 

4301. The Older Generation. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 
4322. The Boy and the Man. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 

Beckington, Alice. 

Born St. Charles, Mo., 1868. Studied: ASL 
of N. Y. under Beckwith ; Constant, Lefebvre 
and Lazar in Paris. Member: Am. S. Min. 
P.; Pa. Soc. Min. P. Honors: Hon. men- 
tion Pan- Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; bronze 
medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

1965. S'tudy in Blues and Greens. 

Gallery 40, Case 18. 

1966. Portrait of Mr. Lewis. 

Gallery 40, Case 18. 

1967. The Morning Paper. 

Gallery 40, Case 18. 

1968. Study of a Head in Shadow. 

Gallery 40, Case 18. 

1969. Helen. 

Gallery 40, Case 18. 

Beckwith, J. Carroll. 

Born Hannibal, Mo., 1852. Studied: Caro- 
lus-Duran and Ecole des Beaux-Arts. Mem- 
ber: ANA 1886, NA 1894; SAA 1881; 
AWCS; Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: Hon. men- 
tion, Paris Salon, 1887; bronze medal, Paris 
Exp., 1889; gold medal, Atlanta Exp., 1895; 
bronze medal, Paris Exp., 190'0'; gold medal, 
Charleston Exp., 1902; silver medal, Universal 
Exposition, St. Louis, 1904. 

2598. Portrait of George Coleman, Esq. 
Gallery 55, Wall D. 

Beek, Alice D. Engley. 

Born Providence, R. L. 1876. Studied: 
Wheeler Art School, Providence, R. L; six 
years in Paris. Academies Julian, Colorossi, 
Delacluse and Lasar. 

4348. Portrait Study. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 

Belcher, Hilda. 

Born Pittsford, Vt., 1881. Studied with 
Henri and Kenneth Hayes Miller in New York. 
Member: AWCS; NYWCC. Honors: First 
prize, Strathmore Water Color Contest, 1908; 
Beal prize, NYWCC, 1909. 

1050. The Little Boston Girl. 
Gallery 36, Wall D. 

1052. Day-Dreamer. 

Gallery 36, Wall D. 



Bell, Clara Louise. 

Born Newton Falls, Ohio, 1886. Studied: 
Cleveland School of Art; ASL, New York. 
1859. Little Girl with the Curls. 

Gallery 40, Case 8. 
1863. Elizabeth. 

Gallery 40, Case 8. 

Bellows, George H. 

Born Columbu?, Ohio, 1882. Studied with 
Henri and Hayes-Miller in New York. Mem- 
ber: ANA 1908; Am. PS. Honors: Hall- 
garten prize, NAD 1908. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

4439. Polo Crowd. 

Gallery 120, Wall C. 

4441. River Front. 

Gallery 120, Wall C. 

4442. Portrait of a Young Lady. 

Gallery 120, Wall C. 
4455. Excavation at Night. 

Gallery 120, Wall C. 

Benda, Wladyslaw T. 
Member: SI. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
23. Laila. 

Gallery 26, Wall A. 

61. Amazons. 

Gallery 26, Wall A. 

62. Amazons : II. 

Gallery 26, Wall A. 
Berlin, Harry. 

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

2569. Motherhood. 

Gallery 55, Wall A. 
4409. Vermont Hills. 

Gallery 120, Wall A. 

Berneker, Louis F. 

Born Clinton, Mo. Studied: St. Louis 
School of Fine Arts; Laurens Academy in 
Paris. 

2623. Coral and Blue. 

Gallery 56, Wall C. 

Berninghaus, Oscar E. 

Born St. Louis, 1874. Studied: St. Louis 
School of Fine Arts. Member: SWA (Sec.). 
Honor: Dolph prize, St. Louis, 1907. 

2608. A Southwestern Pueblo. 
Gallery 56, Wall A. 

Bernstein, Theresa F. 

2982. Open Air Show. 

Gallery 65, Wall A. 

Betts, Anna Whelan. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
25. The Trundle Bed. 

Gallery 26, Wall A. 
66. A Winter Day. 

Gallery 26, Wall C. 
71. The Dancing Class. 

Gallery 26, Wall C. 
949. At the Window. 

Gallery 36, Case 2. 
1074. Coral Beads. 

Gallery 36, Case 10. 
1082. The Promenade. 

Gallery 3G, Case 11. 
1088. Preparations for Bed. 

Gallery 3*6, Case 11. 
1095. The Candle. 

Gallery 36, Case 12. 



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Betts, Louis. 

Born Little Rock, Arkansas, 1873. Studied 
with his father, E. D. Betts. Member: ANA 
1912; Port. P. Honors: Cresson scholarship, 
PAFA 1903; Whiting prize in London, for 
best portrait; lion, mention, C. I. Pittsburgh, 
1910. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San'Francisco, 1915. 



3170. 



Lady in White. 

Gallery 67, Wall C. 



Bierstadt, Albert. 

Born Diisseldorf, 1830; died, New York, 
1902. Landscape painter. Brought to Amer- 
ica at an early age. Returned to Diisseldorf 
in 1853, and entered the Academy afterwards 
studying in Rome and Germany. Elected NA 
I860; Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
France, 1867. Medals: Austria, Germany, 
Bavaria, and Belgium, and various Orders. 

2690. Mount Hood. 

Lent by Mrs. John P. Jones. 

Gallery 58, Wall B. 
2707. Grand Lake: Colorado. 

Lent by Miss Marion T. 
Meagher. 

Gallery 58, Wall B. 

Bissell, Helen Bathburn. 

Born Petaluma, Cal. Studied with Edgar 
J. Bissell. Honors: First Prize Woman's Art 
League, 1908; St. Louis Second Prize, award- 
ed by Art Section of Missouri Federated Clubs, 
190.9; Honorable Mention Missouri State Fair, 
1913. 

4405. Old Melodies. 

Gallery 120, Wall A. 

4459. A German Interior. 

Gallery 120, Wall D. 

Bittinger, Charles. 

Born Washington, D. C., 1879. Studied: 
Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Delacluse and Colorossi 
Academies in Paris. Member: ANA 1912. 
Honors: Bronze medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; 
second Hallgarten prize, NAD 1909; Clark 
prize, NAD 1912. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2311. The Library of the Prince: Ver- 
sailles. 

Gallery 47, Wall A. 
2353. After Supper. 

Gallery 48, Wall A. 
3418. Isabel. 

Gallery 71, Wall B. 
3421. Vanity. 

Gallery 71, Wall B. 

Bixbee, William J. 

Born Manchester, N. H., 1850. Studied: 
Lowell Inst. under Tommaso Juglaris; S. P. 
Rolt Triscott and Marcus Waterman in Boston. 

4117. Winter. 

Gallery 117, Wall C. 

Blackburn, Jonathan B. 

Born Connecticut about 1700. It is known 
that he was painting portraits in Boston from 
1750 to 1765, after which date there is no in- 
formation about him. It is supposed that he 
left Boston because he felt that he was being 
superseded by Copley, who is said to have been 
his pupil. A description of fifty-three portraits 
attributed to Blackburn is given in the Pro- 
ceedings of the Mass. Historical Society for 
1878 and 1879. 



Blackburn, Jonathan B. (Continued). 

2915. Portrait of Mrs. Elizabeth Cartel- 
Willis. 

Lent by Mrs. R. H. Patchin. 
Gallery 63, Wall D. 
2921. Portrait of Mrs. Kennon. 

Lent by Mrs. R. H. Patchin. 
Gallery '63, Wall D. 

Blakelock, Ralph Albert. 

Born New York, 1847. Self-taught. Hon. 
mention, Paris Exp., 1900. 

2527. Ecstacy. 

Lent by the Hackley Gallery of 
Fine Arts. 

Gallery 54, Wall B. 
2535. Sunset. 

Gallery 54, Wall B. 

Blaney, Dwight. 

Born Brookline, Mass., 1865. Member: 
NYWCC. 

Bronze Medal, Panama- Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 191 S. 

3410. Anemone Cove: Mt. Desert. 

Gallery 71, Wall A. 
3422. Solitude. 

Gallery 71, Wall B. 

Bliss, Alma Hersig. 

Studied: New York and Paris. 

1832. An Italian Child. 

Gallery 40, Case 6. 

1833. Study 

Gallery 40, Case 6. 

Blumenschein, Ernest L. 

Born Pittsburgh, 1874. Studied: Cincin- 
nati Art Academy; ASL of N. Y.; Constant, 
Laurens and Collin in Paris. Member: ANA 
1910. Honors: Beck prize, Phila. WCC 1909; 
Isidor portrait prize, Salma. C. 1910 and 1911. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2323. The Peacemaker. 

Gallery 47, Wall B. 
2328. Wise-Man: Warrior: Youth. 

Gallery 47, Wall A. 
4243. Love of Life No. 2. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 
4303. Love of Life No. 1. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 

Blumenschein, Mary Shephard Greene. 

Born New York. Studied with Adams in 
New York; Collin in Paris. Honors: Third 
class medal, Paris Salon, 1900; second class 
medal, Paris Salon, 1902; silver medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904. 

2332. The Fan. 

Gallery 47, Wall C. 
4225. Valentine. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 
4313. A Girl. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 

Bodine, Helen. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa. Studied with Fran- 
cois Maene in Paris. Honor: Gold medal, 
Milan, 1906. 

1209. Portrait. 

Gallery 37, Case 3. 
1213. Inseparable. 

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Bohm, Max. 

Born Cleveland, O., 1868. Studied with 
Laurens, Guillemet and Constant in Paris. 
Honors: Third class medal, Paris Salon, 1898; 
stiver medal, Paris Exp., 190'0i; bronze medal, 
Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3512. Portrait Mme. B. 

Gallery 72, Wall D. 

3516. The Sea Babies. 

Gallery 72, Wall D. 

4160. The Promenade. 

Gallery 118, Wall A. 

Bonsall, Mary W. 

Born Fernwood, Pa. Studied with Cecilia 
Beaux, Robert Vonnoh, Wm. M. Chase. 

1784. Study of Old Man. 

Gallery 40, Case 1. 

Boone, Cora. 

Born St. Louis, Missouri. Studied: Hop- 
kins Art Institute, San Francisco; Central 
School of Arts and Crafts, London. Hon. men- 
tion, 1904; Hopkins Art Institute. 
1727. Cinerarias. 

Gallery 40, Wall B. 
4266. Tulips. 

Gallery 119, Wall 'B. 
4270. A Pot of Flowers. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 

Borg, Carl Oscar. 

Born Grinstad, Sweden, 1879. Honors: 
Hon. mention, Vichy, 1913; Silver Medal, Ver- 
sailles, 1914. 

Silver^ Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2618. Landscape. 

Gallery 56, Wall B. 
3164. Chateau Gaillard. 

Lent by Mrs. Phoebe A. Hearst. 
Gallery 67, Wall B. 
3598. Campagna Romana. 

Gallery 74, Wall B. 

Borie, Adolphe. 

Born Philadelphia, 1877. Studied: PAFA 
and Munich Academy. Member: Port. P. 
Honors: Beck gold medal, PAFA 1910'. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2293. Spring. 

Gallery 46, Wall C. 

2294. A Woman Pensive. 

Gallery 46, Wall C. 
2472. Nude. 

Gallery 51, Wall A. 
3174. Lady with Black Scarf. 

Gallery 67, Wall C. 

Bosley, Frederick A. 

Born New Hampshire, 1882. Studied: 
School of Drawing and Painting, Museum of 
Fine Arts, Boston, Mass., under Tarbell and 
Benson. Honor?: Paige Travelling Scholar- 
ship. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2565. The Dreamer. 

Gallery 55, Wall A. 
2573. Girl Against Chinese Screen. 

Gallery 55, Wall A. 
3447. Girl in Pink Dress. 

Gallery 71, Wall D. 
3786. Interior. 

Gallery 80, Wall B. 



Boston, Joseph H. 

Born Bridgeport, Conn. Member: ANA 
1901; SAA 1896. Honors: Bronze Medal 
Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901. 

2278. Mount Hamlin. 

Gallery 46, Wall B. 

Boughton, George Henry. 

Born England, 1834; died London, 1905. 
His family went to Albany, New York, in 
1837. First exhibited at the National Acad- 
emy of Design, New York, in 1858. Made 
an Academician, 1871. Associate Member of 
the Royal Academy, 1870, and of the Royal 
Institute of Painters in Water-Colors, London, 
1887, where he was resident R. A. 1896. 

2971. The Fallen Angel. 

Lent by F. C. Havens, Esq. 
Gallery 64, Wall D. 

Bourne, Gertrude Beals. 

Born Boston. Pupil of Henry B. Snell and 
Henry W. Rice. 

4374. Rear View of Boston State House. 

Gallery 119, Wall D. 
4377. Rhododendrons. 

Gallery 119, Wall D. 

Bowdoin, Harriette. 

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

4093. A Venetian Highway. 

Gallery 117, Wall A. 
4291. A Bit of Sunshine. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 

Bower, Alexander. 

Born New York, 1875. Studied: PAFA 
under Thomas P. An. c hutz. Member: Phila. 

wcc. 

2285. The White Shore. 

Gallery 46, Wall C. 

Boyle, Sarah Y. McFadden. 

Born Germantown, Pa. Studied : Drexel 
Institute, Philadelphia, Howard Pyle. 

1210. Maid Marion. 

Gallery 37. Case 3. 

1211. Portrait of Dr. William H. Mc- 

Fadden. 

Gallery 37, Case 3. 
1214. Peggie. 

Gallery 37, Case 3. 

Boynton, Bay S. 

Born Iowa, 1883. Studied: Chicago Acad- 
emy of Fine Arts; Wm. P. Henderson; W. J. 
Reynolds. 

1013. Eve. 

Gallery 36, Wall B. 

1014. A Boy. 

Gallery 36, Wall B. 
1021. Venus. 

Gallery 36, Wall B. 
2225. Spokane Valley. 

Gallery 45, Wall B. 

2330. Vanity. 

Gallery 47, Wall C. 

2331. Young Diana. 

Gallery 47, Wall C. 
3617. Aphrodite. 

Gallery 74, Wall D. 



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Bradford, William. 

Born Bedford, Mass., 1827 or 1830; died 
1892 in New York. Marine painter. Exhibited 
at the Royal Academy, London, 1875. Visited 
polar regions with the explorer Dr. Hayes, 
and painted scenes of the Northern ocean. 

2752. Caught in the Ice Floes. 
Gallery 59, Wall D. 

Bradley, Susan H. 

Born Boston, 1851. Studied: Thayer, Ed- 
ward Boit, Chase, and School of Boston Mu- 
seum. Member: Phila. WCC; NYWCC. 

4344. Grand Canyon. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 

Braun, Maurice. 

Born Nagy Bittse, Hungary, 1877. Studied 
with E. M. Ward, Maynard and Francis C. 
Jones at NAD in New York. 

2190. The Hillside Morning. 

Gallery 44, Wall C. 
2564. Sunlit Hills: Southern California. 

Gallery 55, Wall A. 

3158. Hills and Valley: Southern Cali- 
fornia. 

Gallery 67, Wall B. 

Breckenridge, Hugh H. 

Born Leesburg, Va., 1870. Studied: PAFA; 
Bouguereau, Ferrier and Doucet in Paris. 
Member: NYWCC; Phila. WCC; Secretary of 
the faculty and instructor in PAFA since 
1894. Honors: First Toppan prize and Euro- 
pean scholarship, schools of PAFA; medal, At- 
lanta Exp., 1895; lion, mention, Paris Exp., 
1900; bronze medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 
1901; second Corcoran prize, S. Wash. A., 
1903; gold medal, AC. Phila., 1907; first prize, 
Wash. WCC., 1903; silver medal, Buenos Aires 
Exp., 1910. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2476. Bowl of Fruit. 

Gallery 51, Wall B. 

2477. Tapestry and Fruit. 

Gallery 51, Wall B. 

2478. The Open Garden. 

Gallery 51, Wall B. 

2479. Studio Interior: The Tapestried 

Wall. 

Gallery 51, Wall B. 

2480. White Vase. 

Gallery 51, Wall B. 

2481. Still Life: Blue and Gold. 

Gallery 51, Wall B. 

2482. Corner of the Garden. 

Gallery 51, Wall B. 

2483. Studio Interior: Chinese Jar. 

Gallery 51, Wall B. 

2484. Italian Pitcher and Fruit. 

Gallery 51, Wall B. 

2485. The Curio Window. 

Gallery 51, Wall B. 

Bredin, B. Sloan. 

Member: Allied Artists of America, New 
York; Union Internationale des Beaux- Arts et 
des Lettres, Paris. Honor: Second Hallgar- 
ten Prize, National Academy of Design, New 
York, 1914. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2454. The Farm. 

Gallery 50, Wall C. 



Bremer, Anne M. 

Born San Francisco. Studied: Arthur F. 
Mathews at Mark Hopkins Institute of Art, 
San Francisco; Aman-Jean and Alcide Le 
Beau in Paris. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2438. Gladiolas. 

Gallery 50, Wall A. 
3037. Isabella. 

Gallery 65, Wall D. 

4413. The Village of Good Cheer. 

Gallery 120, Wall B. 

4414. Marigold and Primrose. 

Gallery 120, Wall B. 
4421. The Fur Collar. 

Gallery 120, Wall B. 



Breuer, Henry Joseph. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1860. Began his 
studies in Buffalo, N. Y. Was a Rockwood 
pottery decorator, lithographer, designer, mural 
painter and illustrator. Studied Jin Paris 
where he came under the influence of the 
Barbizon School. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2617. Mount Sir Donald. 

Oallery 56, Wall B. 
2625. Mount Assinaboine. 

Gallery 56, Wall C. 
2699. The Santa Inez Mountains. 

Gallery 58, Wall C. 
4196. Lake Louise. 

Gallery 118, Wall D. 



Breyfogle, John Winstanley. 

Born Louisville, Ky., 1874. Studied: PAFA, 
under Chase and Anshutz. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2445. The Serpent. 

Lent by William H. Fox, Esq. 
Gallery 50, Wall C. 

Brinley, D. Putnam. 

Born Newport, R. I., 1879. Studied: ASL 
of New York; in Florence and Paris. Mem- 
ber: Am. P. S.; Union Internationale des 
Beaux-Arts et des Lettres. 

S'430. Matins. 

Gallery 71, Wall C. 
3431. Noon. 

Gallery 71, Wall C. 

Brooke, Richard Norris. 

Born Warrenton, Va., 1847. Studied: 
PAFA; Bonnat and Constant in Paris. Honors: 
Parsons prize, S. Wash. A., third Corcoran 
prize, S. Wash. A., 1904. 

3405. A Stony Outpost. 

Gallery 71, Wall A. 

Brown, Benjamin Chambers. 

Born Marion, Arkansas, 1865. Studied: St. 
Louis School of Fine Arts; ASL, New York; 
Julian Academy, Paris. Honors: Bronze 
Medal, Portland; Silver Medal, Seattle. 

2197. Cliffs: Golden Gate. 

Gallery 44, Wall D. 
3493. Over the Roofs: Antwerp. 

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Brown, Charlotte Harding. 

Born Philadelphia, 1873. Studied: Phila- 
delphia School of Design for Women; PAFA; 
Howard Pyle at Urexel Inst. Honors: Silver 
medal, Woman's Exp., London, 1900; silver 
medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

53. Hump Yourself. 

Gallery 26, Wall C. 

54. The Squab Syndicate. 

Gallery 26, Wall C. 

55. On the Hillside. 

Gallery 26, Wall C. 

Brown, George Loring. 

Born New York, 1814. Spent twenty years 
abroad, mostly in Italy. Returned in 1860, and 
painted New England scenery until his death 
in 1889. 

2731. Castello U'oba. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Gallery 59, Wall B. 

Brown, John G. 

Born Durham, England, 1831. Came to the 
United States in 1853. Studied: Wm. B. 
Scott in England; NAD under Cummings in 
New York. Member: ANA 1861, NA 1863 
(v.-pres. 1899-1903); AWCS (pres. 1890-1904). 
Honors: Hon. mention, Paris Exp., 1889; 
silver medal (twice), Mechanics' Inst., Boston; 
bronze medal, California, 1894; silver medal, 
Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 190-1. 

2946. The Detective Story. 

Lent by Mrs. Frank S. Bradley. 
Gallery 64, Wall B. 

Browne, Charles Francis. 

Born Natick, Mass., 1859. Studied: School 
of Boston Museum; PAFA under Eakins; 
Gerome and Schenck in Paris. Member: 
ANA; SWA; Chicago SA. Honors: Toppan 
prize, PAFA; Young Fortln'y prizes AIC 1905; 
Grower prize, AIC 190-6; Fine Art Building, 
prize, Chicago 1909. Former instructor and 
Art lecturer at AIC. Ex-President Chicago 
Society of Artists, Associate member National 
Academy. Assistant Commissioner General of 
the United States to the International Fine 
Arts Expositions at Buenos Aires and at San- 
tiago in 1910-. Supt. United States Section 
Dept. of Fine Arts, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

3143. La Vacherie: France. 
Gallery 67, Wall A. 

Browne, George Elmer. 

Born Gloucester, Mass., 1871. Studied with 
Benson, Tarbell, De Camp and Ernest L. 
Major in Boston; Lefebvre and Robert- Fleury 
in Paris. Honors: Bronze medal, Mechanics' 
Fair, Boston, 1895; book plate prize, Salma. 
C. 1898; George Inness, Jr., prize, Salma. C. 
1901. 



2205. 



Port of Sottomarina. 
Gallery 45, Wall A. 



Brownell, Matilda A. 

Born New York. Studied with Chase and 
MacMonnies. 

2299. Girl in the Chinese Porcelain Room. 

Gallery 46, Wall D. 
3241. Girl with Columbine. 

Gallery 68, Wall A. 



Brumback. Louise Upton. 

Born Rochester, N. Y. Studied: Wm. M. 
Chase; N. Y. School of Art; Phil. Academy. 

\*r- 

2138. High Tide on the Beach. 

Gallery 43, Wall C. 
4189. The Harbor: Gloucester. 

Gallery 118, Wall C. 



Brush, George de Forest. 

Born Shelbyville, Temi., 1855. Studied with 
Gerome in Paris. Member: ANA 1888, NA 
1901; SAA 1880; Nat. Inst. A. L.; Am. Acad. 
A. L. Honors: First Hallgarten prize, NAD 
1888; medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; 
Temple gold medal, PAFA 1897; gold medal, 
Paris Exp., 1900; gold medal Pan-Am. Exp., 
Buffalo, 1901; gold medal, St. Louis Exp., 
1904; Saltus medal, NAD 1909. 

3857. The Potter. 

Gallery 85, Wall D. 

3858. Portrait of a Lady. 

Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 
Gallery 85, Wall D. 

3859. Andromeda. 

Gallery 85, Wall D. 



Bryant, Everett Lloyd. 

Born Galion, Ohio, 1864. Studied with 
Blanc and Couture in Paris; Herkomer in 
London; Anshutz, Chase and Breckenridge in 
Philadelphia. Member: Phila. WCC. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Reposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2490. Wild Honeysuckle. 

Gallery 51, Wall C. 
2492. Peonies. 

Gallery 51, Wall C. 
2494. Snapdragon. 

Gallery 51, Wall C. 
2504. Snapdragon and Fan. 

Gallery 51, Wall D. 



Bryant, Maude Drein. 

Born Wilmington, Delaware, 1880'. Studied: 
PAFA; The Darby School of Art. Honors: 
A. Worthington Ball Prize, Baltimore, 1914. 

3001. Still Life: Crimson Ramblers. 

Gallery 65, Wall A. 

3032. Still Life: Asters. 

Gallery 65, Wall C. 

3041. Still Life: Larkspur. 

Gallery 65, Wall D. 



Budworth, Will S. 

Born Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 22, 1861. Self- 
taught. Honor: Silver medal, AAS 1902. 

4220. Early Spring: Wakefield Woods. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 
4255. Afternoon Shadows : Chestertown. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 



Buehler, Lytton Briggs. 

Born Gettysburg, 1888. Studied: PAFA. 
Received Travelling Scholarship to Europe 
from The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine 
Arts. 

3247. The City of Pleasure. 
Gallery 68, Wall B. 



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Buehr, Karl Albert. 

Born Feuerbach, Germany. Studied: Julian 
Academy, France and London, AIC. Mem- 
ber: Chicago SA; SWA. Honors: Bronze 
medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; hon. mention, 
Paris Salon, 1910; Society of Western Artists, 
Chicago, 1913; medal, Chicago Society of Ar- 
tipts, 1914. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2313. A Pledge of Love. 

Gallery 47, Wall A. 
4089. Luncheon Outdoors. 

Gallery 117, Wall A. 

Bull, Charles Livingston. 

Born New York State, 1874. Studied with 
Harvey Ellis and M. Louise Stowell. Member: 
NYWCC, Honor: Shaw prize, Salma. C., 
1913. 

4229. Beauty and the Beast. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 
4361. The Sea Horse of Grande Terre. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 

Bunker, Dennis Miller. 

Born New York, 1861; Died Boston, 1890. 
2538. The Mirror. 

Lent by the Art Club of Phila- 
delphia. 

Gallery 54, Wall B. 
2549. Portrait of Miss Anne Page. 
Lent by Miss Anne Page. 
Gallery 54, Wall D. 

Burleigh, Sydney Richmond. 

Born Little Compton, R. I., 1853. Studied 
with Laurens in Paris. Member: NYWCC. 
Honors: Bronze medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 



4137. 



At the Wharf. 

Gallery 117, Wall C. 



Burnham, Anita Willets. 

Born Brooklyn, N. Y., 1880. Studied: AIC; 
ASL, N. Y.; NAD; PAFA. Twice received 
the first water color prize at Chicago Art In- 
stitute. 

1015. Twenty-First Chapter of Job. 
Gallery 36, Wall B. 

1022. Day Dreaming. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 

1023. Napping. 

Gallery 36, Wall B. 

Burnside, Cameron. 

Born London, 1887. Studied: Rene Menard, 
Rupert Bunny and Lucian Simon in Paris. 
Member: Societe des Artistes Independants. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco. 1915. 

4419. The Yellow Curtain. 

Gallery 120, Wall B. 

Bush, Ella Shepard. 

Born Galesburg, 111. Studied with J. Alden 
Weir, Kenyon Cox, Robert Henri, Theodora W. 
Thayer. Member: PA. S. Min. P. 

1854. Balaustion. 

Gallery 40, Case 8. 

1855. A Kappa of Washington. 

Gallery 40, Case 8. 

1864. A Fairy Tale Princess. 

Gallery 40, Case 8. 



Bush-Brown, Margaret Lesley. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1857. Studied: 
PAFA; Julian Academy in Paris under Le- 
febvre and Boulanger. Member: As. Min. P. 
Honors: Silver medal, Charleston Exp., 1902; 
bronze medal, Columbus, S. C., and Knoxville, 
Teiin. ; Hon. mention, PAFA. 

1881. Portrait of Moncure D. Conway. 

Gallery 40, Case 10. 
1887. The Flute Lesson. 

Gallery 40, Case 10. 



Bushnell, Adelyn. 

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



1794. 



Portrait of an Old Man. 
Gallery 40, Case 2. 



Butler, Edward B. 

Born Lewiston, Maine, 1853. 
2302. The Brook. 

Gallery 46, Wall D. 

Butler, Howard Russell. 

Born New York, 1856. Studied with Dag- 
nan-Bouveret, Roll and Gervex in Paris. Mem- 
ber: ANA 1897, NA 1900; SAA 1889; 
NYWCC; N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1889. Honors: 
Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 1886; Temple sil- 
ver medal, PAFA 1888; medal, Atlanta Exp., 
1895; silver medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 
1901; bronze medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



3324. 



Spirits of the Twilight. 
Gallery 69, Wall D. 



Butler, J. J. P. 

Born Giverny, France, 1893. 
4368. Autumn Landscape. 

Gallery 119, Wall D. 

Butler, Mary. 

3508. Trees at Shubel's Mount: 
Scotia. 

Gallery 72, Wall C. 



Nova 



Butler, Theodore Earl. 

Born Columbus, Ohio, 1861. Studied: ASL; 
N. Y. ; Julian Academy. Hon. mention, 
Salon 1888". 

4129. Peonies. 

Gallery 117, Wall C. 
4369. Afternoon. 

Gallery 119, Wall D. 
4383. Sunrise. 

Gallery 119, Wall D. 

Button, Albert Prentice. 

Born Lowell, Mass., 1872. Studied, Boston 
Art Schools. Member: NYWCC. 

1047. An October Day. 

Gallery 3, Wall D. 
1051. In the Meadow. 

Gallery 36, Wall D. 
1053. Ultima Thule. 

Gallery 36, Wall D. 

1055. Girl in Gray. 

Gallery 36, Wall D. 

1056. Girl of the Desert. 

Gallery 36, Wall D. 



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Byne, Arthur. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa. Studied: American 
Academy, Rome, Italy. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1741. A Fountain in Lugo. 

Gallery 40, Wall C. 

1742. The Bishop's Well: Palencia. 

Gallery 40, Wall C. 

1743. Cathedral Silhouette: Saragossa. 

Gallery 40, Wall C. 

1744. An Old Palace in Avila. 

Gallery 40, Wall C. 

1745. Tarragona Cathedral Seen from the 

Cloister. 

Gallery 40, Wall C. 

1746. A Toledan Tenement. 

Gallery 40, Wall C. 

1747. Vigo from the Bay. 

Gallery 40, Wall C. 

1748. Patio in an Old Posada in Alcala. 

Gallery 40, Wall C. 

Cadenasso, Giuseppe. 

Born Genoa, 'Italy, 1858. Studied: Hopkins 
Art Institute, San Francisco. Honor : Gold 
medal, Seattle. 

2188. The Reflection. 

Gallery 44, Wall C. 
3596. Summer. 

Gallery 74, Wall B. 

Cahill, Arthur. 

Born San Francisco, 1879. 

4325. Illustration for Western Story. 
Gallery 119, Wall C. 

Cahill, William V. 

Born Syracuse, N. Y. Studied: ASLof 
N. Y. and Birge Harrison. Honors: William 
T. Evans Prize, Salma. C. 1912; Vezin prize, 
1913. 

4156. The Red Book. 

Gallery 118, Wall C. 

Caliga, I. H. 

Born Auburn, Ind., 1857. Studied under 
William Lindenschmidt. 

2379. Autumn. 

Gallery 48, Wall D. 

Callahan, Caroline R. 

Born San Francisco. Studied with Collin 
in. Paris. 

3503. Luncheon. 

Gallery 72, Wall C. 

Camp, Harold M. 

Member: NYWCC. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1126. Turn in the River. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 
1131. Snow Clouds. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 
3236. A Hill Top. 

Gallery 68, Wall A. 

Carew, Berta. 

Born Springfield, Mass., 1878. Studied: 
New York, Paris and Rome. 

1793. The Late Archbishop Corrigan. 
Gallery 40, Case 2. 



Carles, Arthur B. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1882. Studied: 
PAFA. Honors: First Toppan Prize and 
Creason Scholarship, PAFA; Bronze Medal, 
Chicago Art Institute. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2467. Repose. 

Gallery 51, Wall A. 
2471. Torso. 

Gallery 51, Wall A. 
2506. Nude. 

Gallery 51, Wall D. 

Carlisle, Mary Helen. 

2654. High Noon: California. 
Gallery 57, Wall B. 

Carlsen, Emll. 

Born Copenhagen, Denmark, 1853; came to 
United States in 1872. Studied architecture 
at Danish Royal Academy. Member: SAA 
190-2; ANA 1904, NA 1906; Nat. Inst. A. L. 
Honors: Second Inness prize, Salma. C. 1904; 
Shaw Purchase, SAA 1904; gold medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904; Webb prize, SAA 1905; 
Inness medal, NAD 1907; third medal, C. I. 
Pittsburgh, 190&; Temple gold medal, PAFA 
1912; Bronze Medal, Buenos Aires, 1910. 

Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3183. The Open Sea. 

Gallery 67, Wall D. 

Carlson, John F. 

Born 1857. Member: ANA 1911; NYWCC. 
Honors: First Prize, Swedish-American Ex- 
hibition, Chicago, 1911 and 1913; Silver 
Medal, Society of Washington Artists, Wash- 
ington, D. C., 1913; Vezin Prize, Salma. C. 
1912; First Isidor Prize, Salma. C. 1912. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2452. Frost Bound. 

Gallery 50, Wall C. 

3179. Grey Woods. 

Gallery 67, Wall D. 

3180. Silvered Acres. 

Gallery 67, Wall D. 
3188. Spring Morning. 

Gallery 67, Wall D. 
4100. Along the Stream. 

Gallery 117, Wall A. 
4337. Cloud Legions. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 

Carpenter, Frank D. 

Born Homer, N. Y. Portrait painter whose 
name is associated with Lincoln's career. He 
painted "Emancipation Proclamation" in the 
Capitol at Washington. 

2702. Portrait of Abraham Lincoln. 

Lent by the Union League Club. 

New York City. 
Gallery 58, Wall C. 

Carpenter, Fred G. 

Born Nashville, Tenn., 1882. Studied: 
Laurens, Baschet, Simon and Collin in Paris. 
Member: SWA. Hon. mention, Salon des 
Artistes Francais, 1911. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3274. The Gay Set. 

Gallery 68, Wall D. 



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Carrigan, William L. 

Born San Francisco, 1868. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3162. Midsummer Masque. 

Gallery 67, Wall B. 

Case, Bertha. 

3r>->5. View: Sidi Ben Said: Tunis. 
Gallery 73, Wall B. 

Caser, Ettore. 

Born Venice, 1888. Studied: Academy, 
Venice. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2457. Old Venice. 

Gallery 50, Wall D. 
2614. The Fire. 

Gallery 56, Wall A. 
3077. Musical Moment. 

Gallery 66, Wall A. 

Cassatt, Mary. 

Born Pittsburgh, Pa., 1855. Influenced by 
Manet and Degas. Member: ANA 1909. 
Honors: Lippincott prize, PAFA 1904. Chev- 
alier of Legion of Honor of France, 1904. 

3006. Woman Reading in a Garden. 

Gallery 65, Wall B. 
3008. Woman and Child: Rose Scarf. 

Gallery 65, Wall B. 
3010. Woman with a Fan. 

Gallery 65, Wall B. 

Casterton, Eda Nemoede. 

Born Brillion, Wis., 1877. Studied with 
Virginia Reynolds, Minneapolis School of Fine 
Arts, Chicago Academy of Fine Arts, Paris 
under Henry Salem Hubbell. Honors: First 
honorable mention at exhibition of Interna- 
tional Art Union, Pari?, 1907; honorable men- 
tion at International Art Union Exhibition, 
Paris, 1908. Member American Society of Min- 
iature Painters. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



Chapman, Charles S. 

Born Morristown, N. J., 1878. Studied with 
William Chase and W. Appleton Clark. 



1822. 



Miss Pauline Batchelder. 
Gallery 40, Case 5. 



Cauldwell, Leslie. 

4332. Portrait of Colonel W. 
Gallery 119, Wall C. 

Chandler, H. C. 

Born Wellington, Kansas, 188L Studied: 
San Francisco, New York and Paris. 

1761. Nevada Desert. 

Gallery 40, Wall D. 

Chapman, Carlton Theodore. 

Born New London, O., 1860. Studied: NAD 
and ASL of N. Y. ; Julian Academy in Paris. 
Member: ANA 190.0; SAA 1892; AWCS. 
Honors: Silver medal, Boston, 1892; medal, 
Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; medal, At- 
lanta Exp., 1894; bronze medal, Pan- Am. Exp., 
Buffalo, 1901; bronze medal, Charleston Exp., 
1902. 

3474. The American Fleet Hoisting the 
Flag at Monterey, July 7th, 1846. 
Gallery 72, Wall A. 



4384. 
Chappel, Alouzo. 



The Marauder. 

Gallery 119, Wall D. 



63. 



Surrender of Lee. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

Gallery 26, Wall C. 
Lafayette: De Kalb: D'Estaing. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

Gallery 59, Wall D. 



Chase, Adelaide Cole. 

Born Bofton, 1868. Studied with Tarbell at 
Boston Museum School; Carolus Duran in 
Paris. Member: SAA 1903; ANA 1906. 
Honors: Silver medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2996. Portrait of Mrs. Swan. 

Gallery 65, Wall A. 
3483. The Violinist. 

Gallery 72, Wall B. 

Chase, Lila Elizabeth. 

Born Port Williams, Nova Scotia, Canada, 
1892. Studied: ASL of N. Y., Scholarship 
in the Miniature Class at The Art Students' 
League, 1913. 

1808. Portrait. 

Gallery 40, Case 3. 

1809. Elizabeth. 

Gallery 40, Case 3. 

Chase, William M. 

Born Franklin, Ind., 1849. Studied with B. 
F. Hayes in Indianapolis; J. O. Eaton in New 
York; A. Wagner and Piloty in Munich. Mem- 
ber: ANA 1888, NA 1890; SAA 1879; AWCS; 
Munich Secession; Ten. Am. P.; Nat. Inst. 
A. L. ; Am. Acad. A. L. ; Port. P. Honors: 
Medal Centennial Exp., Philadelphia, 1876; 
hon. mention, Paris Salon, 1881; honors, Mu- 
nich, 1883; silver medal, Paris Salon, 1889; 
first ' prize, Cleveland Art Assoc., 1894; Shaw 
prize, SAA 1895; gold medal of honor, PAFA 
1895; gold medal, Paris Exp., 1900; Temple 
gold medal, PAFA 1901; gold medal, Pan-Am. 
Exp., Buffalo, 1901; gold medal, Charleston 
Exp., 1902; first Corcoran prize, S. Wash. A. 
1904; Grand Priz, Buenos Aires, 1910'. 

Member of the International Jury of ^ Awards, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

3738. Miss Savageau. 

Gallery 79, Wall A. 

3739. Just Onions. 

Gallery 79, Wall A. 

3740. S"elf Portrait. 

Gallery 79, Wall A. 

3741. Miss Emmett. 

Lent by the Brooklyn Museum. 
Gallery 79, Wall A. 

3742. A Poor Man's Meal. 

Gallery 79, Wall A. 

3743. Portrait of An Artist. 

Gallery 79, Wall A. 

3744. Steichen. 

Gallery 79, Wall A. 

3745. Helen. 

Gallery 79, Wall B. 

3746. A Passenger Boat. 

Gallery 79, Wall B. 

3747. Venice. 

Gallery 79, Wall B. 



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Chase, William M. (Continued). 

3748. Italian Landscape. 

Gallery 79, Wall B. 

3749. Day Dream. 

Gallery 79, Wall B. 

3750. Portrait of Mrs. C. 

Lent by Carnegie Institute. 
Gallery 79, Wall B. 

3751. Old Houses: Venice. 

Gallery 79, Wall B. 

3752. Long Island Landscape. 

Gallery 79, Wall B 

3753. On a Grand Canal. 

Gallery 79, Wall B. 

3754. Friendly Advice. 

Gallery 79, Wall B. 

3755. Portrait of ,T. Frank Currier. 

Gallery 79. Wall B 

3756. Back of the Villa. 

Gallery 79, Wall C. 

3757. Koto. 

Gallery 79, Wall C. 

3758. Study of a Young Girl. 

Gallery 79, Wall C 

3759. Portrait of Whistler 

Gallery 79, Wall C. 
o*60. Mrs. Vonnoh. 

Gallery 79, Wall C 

3761. Mrs. Mason. 

Gallery 79, Wall C. 

3762. Fruit. 

Gallery 79, Wall C 
3763*. R. U. Johnson 

Gallery 79, Wall C 

3764. Big Copper Kettle and Fish 

Gallerv 79, Wall D. 

3765. Mr. Sullivan. 

Gallery 79, Wall D. 

3766. Woman with the White Shawl 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 

.emy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 79. Wall D 

3767. Still Life: Fish 

Gallery 79, Wall D. 

3768. Mrs. Sullivan. 

Gallery 79, Wall D. 

3769. Mrs. Chase. 

Gallery 79, Wall D. 

Church, Frederick Edwin. 

Born Hartford, Conn., 1826; died, New 
S rk ' j > 90(> - Stuped with Thomas Cole. 
Elected N. A. 1849. Honors: Medal second 
cla^s, Paris, 1867. 

2935. Niagara Falls. 

Lent by Corcoran Gallery of Art. 
Gallery 64, Wall A. 

Churchill, William W. 

Born Boston, 1858. Studied with Bonnat 
in Paris. Honors: Hon. mention, Pan-Am. 
Rxp., Buffalo, 1901. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2167. The Manuscript. 

Gallery 44, Wall B. 
2170. The Model. 

Gallery 44, Wall B. 
2174. Pouring Tea. 

Gallery 44, Wall B. 

Clark, Alson Skinner. 

Born Chicago, 1876. Studied with Simon, 
Cottet, Whistler, Mucha and Merson in Paris; 
Chase in New York. Member: SWA. Honors: 
Bronze Medal, St. Louis Exp.. 1904; Cahn 
prize, AIC 1906. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915, 



Clark, Alson Skinner (Continued). 

3532. Market in Panama. 

Gallery 73, Wall A. 

3533. In the Cut. 

Gallery 73, Wall A. 

3534. In the Lock: Miraflores. 

Gallery 73, Wall A. 

353*5. Gold Hill from Culebra. 

Gallery 73, Wall A. 

3536. In Tropical Waters. 

Gallery 73, Wall A. 

3537. Culebra Slide. 

Gallery 73, Wall A. 

3549. Pedro Miguel Locks. 

Gallery 73, Wall C. 

3550. Moving the Trestle. 

Gallery 73, Wall C. 

3551. Big Cranes: Miraflores. 

Gallery 73, Wall C. 

3552. Sosa Hill from the Quarry. 

Gallery 73, Wall C. 

3553. First Dredges Through Gatun Locks. 

Gallery 73, Wall C. 

3554. Dredges Under Gold Hill. 

Gallery 73, Wall C. 

3555. C'ucaracha Slide. 

Gallery 73, Wall C. 

3556. The Cranes: Miraflores. 

Gallery 73, Wall C. 

3560. Gates: Pedro Miguel. 

Gallery 73, Wall D. 

3561. Culebra Cut from Empire. 

Gallery 73, Wall D. 
3*562. Panama from the Pacific. 

Gallery 73, Wall D. 
3563. Three Hills from Culebra. 

Gallery 73, Wall D. 

Clark, Freeman. 

Born in Mississippi. Studied with Chase in 
New York. 

3433. The Climbers. 

Gallery 71, Wall C. 

Clark. Harriette A. 

Born Depere, Wis., 1876. Studied: Minne- 
apolis Art School; Julian Academy, Paris. 

1838. Constance E. Fairchild. 

Gallery 40, Case 6. 

1839. Mine. Sherry. 

Gallery 40, Case 6. 
1841. Mrs. Lefevre. 

Gallery 40, Case 6. 

Clarke, Thomas Shields. 

Born Pittsburgh, Pa., I860'. Studied: Ecole 
des Beaux- Arts in Paris; Rome and Florence. 
Member: NSS; N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1898; ANA 
1902. 

2361. The Dawn of New Life. 
Gallery 48, Wall B. 

Clarkson, Ralph. 

Born Amesbury, Mass., 1861. Studied: 
School of Boston Museum; Julian Academy 
under Lefebvre and Boulanger in Paris. Mem- 
ber: ANA 1910; Chicago SA; NYWCC; 
SWA; Port. P. Instructor AIC. Honor: 
Cahn prize, AIC 1909. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

2183. Portrait: E. G. Keith, E"s<j. 
Gallery 44, Wall C. 

Clement, Catherine. 

^ Born Rochester, N. Y., 1881. Studied in 
New York and Paris. 

1202. Portrait. 

Gallery 37, Case 1. 



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Clonney, James Goodwyn. 

Born in Liverpool, England, 1812; died in 
Binghamton, N. Y., 1867. Painted miniatures 
in New York, 1834. Drew on stone for Childs 
and Inman, Philadelphia, 1844. 

2745. Militia Training. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 59, Wall C. 



Closson, William Baxter. 

Born Thetford, Vt., 1848. Studied: Lowell 
Inst. in Boston; traveled in Europe. Member: 
Union Internationale des Beaux-Arts et des 
Lettres. Honors for wood engraving. Gold, 
silver and bronze medals, Mass. Charitable 
Mechanics Assoc. ; third class medal, Paris 
Salon, 1882; silver medal, Paris Exp., 1889; 
medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; diplo- 
ma, Graphic Arts Exp., Vienna; silver medal, 
Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; St. Louis Exp., 
1904. 



3597. 



A Glimpse of the Sea. 
Gallery 74, Wall B. 



Clute, Walter Marshall. 

Born Schenectady, N. Y., 1870. Studied: 
ASL of New York; Constant, Prinet and Lau- 
rens in Paris. Member: Chicago SA; instruc- 
tor and lecturer at AIC. Honors: Rosenwald 
prize, AIC 1910. 

4186. Romance. 

Gallery 118, Wall C. 



Cockroft, Edythe Varian. 

Born Brooklyn, 1881. Member: Salon 
d'Automne, Paris. Honors: Hon. mention, 
Inter. Art Union, Paris, 1909 and 1910. 

4101. Portrait Study. 

Gallery 117, Wall A. 
4187. Girl Reading. 

Gallery 118, Wall C. 



Coffin, William Anderson. 

Born Allegheny, Pa., 1855. Studied with 
Bonnat in Paris. Member: ANA 1898, NA 
1912; SAA 1886; N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1888; Direc- 
tor, Art Dept., Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901. 
Honors: Second Hallgarten prize, NAD 1886; 
bronze medal, Paris Exp., 1889; Webb prize, 
SAA 1891; gold medal, AC Phila. 1898; silver 
medal, Charleston Exp., 1902; silver medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904. 

2274. September Afternoon. 

Gallery 46, Wall B. 
2282. A March Evening. 

Gallery 46, Wall B. 
2290. Early Morning in May. 

Gallery 46, Wall C. 



Cohen, Lewis. 

Born London, England, 1857. Studied with 
Legres and Nicol in London; Blanc in Paris. 
Member: ANA 1911. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3147. A Stronghold of the Scaligeri. 

Gallery 67, Wall A. 
3151. The Great Bridge: Toledo. 

Gallery 67, Wall A. 



Cole, George Townsend. 

Born San Francisco, 1874. Studied: Akad- 
emie der Bilden-Kiinste, Vienna, Austria; Ecole 
des Beaux- Arts, Paris. Honors: Gold medal, 
1913, California Society of Miniature Painters. 

1901. Mrs. H. 

Gallery 40, Case 11. 
1904. Miss Aileen McCarthy. 

Gallery 40, Case 11. 
1906. Mrs. Gregory McLaughlin. 

Gallery 40, Case 11. 

Cole, J. Foxcroft. 

Exhibitor in the Royal Academy in 1876 and 
1877. 

2937. Landscape. 

Gallery 64, Wall A. 

Cole, Thomas. 

Born Bolton le Moore, England, 1801; died 
near Catskill, New York, 1848. Landscape 
painter. In 1819 his father emigrated to Amer- 
ica and settled in Ohio, where Thomas first 
learned the rudiments of his art from a portrait 
painter named Stein. 

2721. Landscape. 

Gallery 59, Wall A. 

2737. Four Sketches of the Voyage of Life. 
' Gallery 59, Wall C. 

Cole, Thomas Casilear. 

Born Staatsburgh, N. Y., 1888. Studied: 
School of the Boston Museum under Tarbell, 
Benson and Hals; Academic Julian, Paris, un- 
der Laurens. 

2283. Portrait of a Lady. 

Gallery 46, Wall C. 

Coleman, Charles Caryl. 

Born Buffalo, N. Y., 1840. Studied: Paris, 
Rome and New York. Member: ANA 1881. 
Honors: Bronze medal, Columbian Exp., Chi- 
cago, 1893; silver medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buf- 
falo, 1901. 

4408. Sorrow. 

Gallery 120, Wall A. 

Coleman, Samuel. 

Born 1832. Studied under Durand. Trav- 
eled abroad in 1860i-1862. In 1867 founded 
with James D. Smillie the American Society 
of Painters in Water Colors, now the Ameri- 
can Water Color Society, and was its first 
president. 

2969. Caravan in the Desert. 

Lent by the Hillyer Art Gallery, 

Smith College. 
Gallery 64, Wall D. 

Coman, Charlotte Buell. 

Born Waterville, N. Y., 1835. Studied with 
James R. Brevoort in New York; Harry Thomp- 
son and Emil Vernier in Paris. Member: 
ANA 1910; NYWCC. Honors: Bronze medal, 
California Mid-Winter Exp., San Francisco, 
1894; prize, N. Y. Woman's AC.; Shaw memor- 
ial prize SAA 190-5; second prize, S. Wash. 
A. 1906; Burgess prize, N. Y. Woman's AC 
1907; McMillin prize, N. Y. Woman's AC 1911. 

?>013. Pocono Hills in Winter. 
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Comegys, George H. 

Born in Maryland; died in Philadelphia. 
Studied with Neagle. Member Board of Coun- 
cil of the Artists' Fund Society, Philadelphia, 
1845. First print issued by American Art 
Union taken from his picture, "The Artist's 
Dream." 

2713. The Ghost Story. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 59, Wall A. 

Conant, Lucy Scarborough. 

Born Brooklyn, Conn., 1867. Studied in Bos- 
ton and Paris. Member: Phila. .WCC. 

1184. The Silver Lakes of the Engadine. 

Gallery 37, Wall D. 

1185. The Beloved Pine: Campfer. 

Gallery 37, Wall D. 

1186. The Matterhorn. 

Gallery 37. Wall D. 

1187. The Sella Joch: Dolomites. 

Gallery 37, Wall D. 

1188. The Jungfrau at Noon. 

Gallery 37, Wall D. 

1189. Piz Languard From Rosegg Valley. 

Gallery 37, Wall D. 

Conant, Marjorie. 

Born Dorchester, Mass., 1885. Studied: 
Museum School of Fine Arts, Boston, Mass. 

2200. Late Afternoon. 

Gallery 44, Wall D. 

Congdon, Thomas E. 

Born Addison, New York. Studied: ASL 
and Cha^e in New York; Constant and Collin, 
Paris. Honors: Hon. mention, Paris AAA 
1902. 

2214. The Greenroom. 

Gallery 45, Wall A. 

Connell, Edwin D. 

Born in New York City, 1859. Studied with 
Bougureau, Robert-Fleury and Julien Dupre in 
Paris. Member: Societe Internationale des 
Beaux-Arts. Honor?: Hon. mention, Paris 
Salon, 1899; medal, second class, Orleans Exp., 
190-5; first class medal, Toulouse Exp., 1908. 

SUrer Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

4424. The Dunes. 

Gallery 120, Wall B. 

Conner, John Eamsey. 

Born Radnor, Pa. Studied: PAFA and 
Paris. 

Bronze Medal. Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2594. Cottage Interior. 

Gallery 55, Wall D. 
4436. The Little Seamstress. 
Gallery 120, Wall C. 

Coolidge, Bertha. 

Born Lynn, Mass., 1880. Studied: Boston 
Museum School under Tarbell and Benson; 
Bourgois in Paris; Grueber in Munich. Mem- 
ber: Societe de la Mineture, Paris, France. 

1233. Portrait of Miss Gertrude Fiske. 
Gallery 37, Case 6. 

1236. Portrait of a Russian Girl. 

Gallery 37, Case 6. 

1237. Woman in White. 

Gallery 37, Case 6. 

1239. Portrait of Mrs. R. 

Gallery 37, Case 6. 

1240. Portrait of Miss E. L. V. 

Gallery 37, Case 6. 



Coolidge, Mary Rosamond. 

Born Watertown, Mass., 1884. Studied with 
W. D. Hamilton and E. C. Tarbell in Boston. 

2298. Portrait: Miss S. 

Gallery 46, Wall D. 
3026. The Old-Fashioned Gown. 

Gallery 65, Wall C. 
3362. Portrait of S. Burtis Baker. 

Gallery 70, Wall A. 

Cooper, Colin Campbell. 

Born Philadelphia, 1856. Studied: PAFA; 
Julian and Delacluse Academies in Paris. Mem- 
ber: ANA 190-8; NA 1912; NYWCC; Phila. 
WWCC. Honors: Bronze Medal, Atlanta 
Exp., 1895; Wm. T. Evans prize, AWCS 1903; 
Sesnan prize, PAFA 1904; gold medal, ACP 
1905; silver medal, Buenos Aires Exp., 1910; 
Beal prize, NYWCC 1911. 

Gold Medal for Oil Painting, Panama-Pacific 
International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

Silver Medal for Water Color Painting, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition', San 
Francisco, 1915. 

1180. The White House. 

Gallery 37, Wall D. 

1181. A Salem Residence. 

Gallery 37, Wall D. 

1182. Mountains at Gruyeres: Switzer- 

land. 

Gallery 37, Wall D. 
2238. Fifth Avenue: New York. 

Gallery 47, Wall C. 
2340. Beauvais Cathedral. 

Gallery 47, Wall D. 
2343. Bowling: Green: New York. 

Gallery 47, Wall D. 

Cooper, Emma Lamport. 

Born Nunda, N. Y. Studied with Harry 
Thompson in Paris; J. Kever in Holland; Chase 
in New York. Member: Phila. WCC; 
NYWCC; AWCS. Honors: Medal, Colum- 
bian Exp., Chicago, 1893: Atlanta Exp., 1895; 
gold medal, AAS 1902; two bronze medals, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904; prize, N. Y. Woman's AC 
1907. 

3'480. Side Street: Beauvais. 

Gallery 72, Wall B. 
4146. Temple at Jaipur. 

Gallery 117, Wall D. 

Copley, John Singleton. 

Born in Boston, 1737. Died in London, 
1815. He was an important early painter of 
portraits. He studied first with his step-father, 
the engraver Peter Pelham and probably with 
Jonathan B. Blackburn. He went to England 
in 1774 and never returned. His work may 
be divided into two periods, the American to 
1774 and the English to 1815. He became the 
fashion in England and mntiy of the nobility 
sat to him. including the three daughters of 
King George III. From 1776 to 1812 he was a 
regular exhibitor at the Royal Academy, and 
was made an Academician in 1779. 

2785. Portrait of Mrs. Elizabeth Willing 
Powell. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 60, Wall C. 

Cornoyer, Paul. 

Born St. Louis, Mo., 1864. Studied: Julian 
Academy, Paris, and with Lefebvre, Constant 
and Louis Blanc. Member: ANA 1909. Hon- 
ors: First prize, Paris AAA 1892; gold medal, 



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Cornoyer, Paul (Continued). 

St. Louis Assoc. of Painters and Sculptors 

1895; Evans prize, Salma. C. 1905; Inness 

prize, Salma. C. 1906; Shaw prize, Salma C. 

1908. 

2435. Old New York. 

Gallery 50, Wall A. 
3618. Winter: Columbus Circle. 

Gallery 74, Wall D. 

Couse, E. Irving. 

Born Saginaw, Mich., 1866. Studied: NAD 
in New York; and with Bouguereau, Robert- 
Fletiry and Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. 
Member: ANA 1902, NA 1911; NYWCC; 
AWCS. Honors: Shaw prize for black and 
white at Salma. C. 1899; second Hallgarten 
prize, NAD 1900; Proctor prize, Salma. C. 
1900; hon. mention, Paris Exp., 190O; hon. 
mention, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; first 
Hallgarten prize, NAD 1902; two bronze med- 
als, St. Louis Exp., 1904; I?idor gold medal, 
NAD 1911. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2344. Twilight: Taos Pueblo. 

Gallery 47, Wall D. 
4265. An Indian Shepherd. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 
4370. The Turquoise Beadmaker 

Gallery 119, Wall D. 

Cox, Kenyon. 

Born Warren, O., 1856. Studied under Car- 
olus Duran and Gerome in Paris. Member: 
ANA 1900; NA 1903; SAA 1882; N. Y. Arch. 
Lg.; Nat. Inst. Al.; Am. Acad. AL. Honors: 
Second Hallgarten prize, NAD 1889; two 
bronze medals, Paris Exp., 1889; Temple silver 
medal, PAFA 1891; medal, Columbian Exp., 
Chicago, 1893; gold medal, St. Louis Exp., 
1904; medal of honor for mural painting, N. 
Y. Arch. Lg. 1909; Isidor medal, NAD 1910. 

2586. Plenty. 

Lent by the National Gallery. 
Gallery 55, Wall C. 

Cox, Louise. 

Born San Francisco, 1865. Studied: NAD; 
ASL under Kenyon Cox in New York. Mem- 
ber: ANA 1902; SAA 1893. Honors: Third 
Hallgarten prize, NAD 1896; bronze medal, 
Paris Exp., 1900; silver medal, Pan-Am. Exp., 
Buffalo, 1901; Shaw Memorial prize, SAA 1903 
second Hallgarten prize, NAD 1904; silver 
medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

2187. Mayflowers. 

Lent by the National Gallerv. 

Gallery 44, Wall C 
3438. A Daughter of Eve. 

Gallery 71, Wall C. 

Crane, Bruce. 

Born New York, 1857. Studied with A. H. 
Wyant. Member: ANA 1897; NA 1901; SAA 
1881: AWCS; NYWCC; Union Internationale 
des Beaux- Arts et des Lettres. Honors: Webb 
prize, SAA 1897; bronze medal, Paris Exp., 
1900; Inness medal, NAD 1901; silver medal, 
Pan- Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, 
Charleston Exp., 1902; gold medal, St. Louis 
Exp., 1904; third prize, C. I. Pittsburgh 1909; 
Saltus medal, NAD 1912. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3783. The Templed Hills. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 



Crisp, Arthur. 

Born Hamilton, Canada, 1881. Studied: 
ASL of New York. Member : N. Y. Arch. Lg. 
Honor: Collaborative Prize, Architectural 
League, N. Y. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3320. Dim Yesterday's Pageant Back- 
grounds Today. 

Gallery 69, Wall D. 
4280. The Little Spinster. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 

4282. A Song Hit. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 

4283. The Philanderer. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 

Cropsey, Jasper Francis. 

Born RoFeville, New York, 1823; died 190O. 
A landscape painter of the Hudson River 
Schopl. He studied with Edward Maury. 
Elected NAD 1851. 

2723. On the River. 

Lent by Harry W. Watrous, 

Esq. 
Gallery 59, Wall A. 

Cross, Sally. 

Born Lawrence, Mass. Studied with De 
Camp and Ross Turner in Boston. Member: 
Pa. Min. P; NYWCC. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1856. Mrs. Quincy. 

Gallery 40, Case 8. 

1857. Portrait: Miss Lilian Gardener. 

Gallery 40, Case 8. 

1858. Portrait of Miss Turner. 

Gallery 40. Case 8. 
1800. Miss Dora Wetherbee. 
Gallery 40, Case 8. 

1861. Portrait of Miss McKay and Peter. 

Gallery 40, Case 8. 

1862. Portrait of Olin Downes, Esq. 

Gallery 40, Case 8. 

Crowley, Gray Price. 

Born Topeka, Kansas, 1884. Studied: New 
York Art League; New York School of Minia- 
ture Painting. 

1309. Mrs. Alfred Gray. 

Gallery 37, Case 14. 

Cucuel, Edward. 

Born San Francisco, Cal., 1875. Studied: 
Ecole des Beaux-Arts and Gerome in Paris; 
Leo Putz in Munich. Member: Soc. Nat. des 
Beaux- Arts, Paris; Luipold Gruppe, Munich. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2195. The Bath. 

Gallery 44, Wall D. 
2199. The Girl in Yellow. 

Gallery 44, Wall D. 
4120. Champagne. 

Gallery 117, Wall C. 
4128. Autumn Sun. 

Gallery 117, Wall C. 
4164. Summertime. 

Gallery 118, Wall A. 

Cuneo, Cyrus Cincinnatto. 
4144. The Mother. 

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Cuneo, Rinaldo. 

Born San Francisco, Cal.j 1877. Studied: 
Hopkins Institute, San Francisco; London, 
England, and Paris, France. 



2146. 



Notre Dame : Paris. 
Gallery 43, Wall D. 



Curran, Charles C. 

Born Hartford, Ky., 1861. Studied: Cin- 
cinnati School of Design; ASL and NAD in 
New York; Julian Academy under Constant, 
Lefebvre and Doucet in Paris. Member: 
ANA 1888; NA 1904; NYWCC; AWCS; SAA 
1888. Honors: Third Hallgarten prize, NAD 
1888; hon. mention, Paris Salon, 1890; Clarke 
prize, NAD 1893; medal, Columbian Exp., 
Chicago, 1893; second Hallgarten prize, NAD 
1895; silver medal, Atlanta Exp., 1895; hon. 
mention, Paris Exposition, 1900; silver medal, 
Pan- Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901 ; Carnegie prize. 
SAA 1904; silver medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; 
first Corcoran prize, S. Wash. A. 1905; first 
prize ($500'), Osborne competition, 1905. 

2595. Daffodils. 

Gallery 55, Wall D. 

Currier, J. Frank. 

Born Boston, Mass., 1843. Died 1909. 



2529. 
2531. 
2533. 



A Munich Boy. 

Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 

Gallery 54, Wall B. 
Self Portrait. 

Lent by William M. Chase, Esq. 

Gallery 54, Wall B. 
Whistling Boy. 

Lent by the John Herron Art 
Institute. 

Gallery 54, Wall B. 
A Head. 

Lent by J. Harsen Rhoades, Esq. 

Gallery 54, Wall B. 



Curtis, William Fuller. 

Born Staten Island, N. Y., 1873. Studied 
with Julius Rplshoven, Lefebvre and Robert- 
Fleury in Paris. Member: N. Y. Arch. Lg. 
1902; S. Wash. A. Honors: Third Corcoran 
prize, S. Wash. A. 1902; first Corcoran prize, 
Wash. WCC 1903; silver medal, St. Louis 
Exp., 1904. 

1373. The Golden God. 

Gallery 38, Wall D. 

Gushing, Howard Gardiner. 

Born Boston, 1869. Studied: Laurens, 
Constant and Doucet in Paris. Member: ANA 
1906; SAA 1905; Port. P. Honors: Hon. 
mention, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; third 
medal; CI Pittsburgh, 1904; Temple Gold 
medal, PAFA 1910. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



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Dabo, Leon. 

Born Detroit, Mich., 1868. Studied: Dan- 
iel Vierge, Pierre Galland, Ecole des Beaux- 
Arts and Julian Academy in Paris.. Member: 
Pastellists. Honors: Evans prize, NAC 1909; 
first prize, Muncie (Ind.) A. S. 1909. 

4430. The Rockets: Rain of Fire. 

Gallery 120, Wall C. 
Dana, Charles Edmund. 

Born Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 1843. Studied: Ar- 
chitecture at Royal Academy in Dresden and 
Munich; painting at PAFA and with E. Lumi- 
nais in Pari?. Member: Phila. WCC (Pres. 
to 1911). Honors: Gold medal for water 
color, AC Phila. 1891. Prof, of Art, Univ. of 
Pa. until 1904; lecturer since 1904. 

1171. Treves. 

Gallery 37, Wall D. 

1173. Abazzia San Gregorio: Venice. 

Gallery 37, Wall D. 

1174. St. Augustine: Fribourg. 

Gallery 37, Wall D. 

1175. Bad-el-Metawalsh: Cairo. 

Gallery 37, Wall D. 

1176. Bazaar: Gama Ibrahim Aga : Cairo. 

Gallery 37, Wall D. 

1177. Bazaar Okair Zoht. 

Gallery 37, Wall D. 

1178. The Canon's House: Gruyeres. 

Gallery 37, Wall D. 

1179. Morat. 

Gallery 37, Wall D. 
Davey, Randall. 

Bom East Orange, N. J., 1887. Studied 
with Robert Henri. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3255. Captain Dan Stevens: Lighthouse 
Keeper. 

Gallery G8, Wall C. 
3366. Girl in Blue. 

Gallery 70, Wall A. 
4456. Segovian Man. 

Gallery 120, Wall D. 
Davis, Charles Harold. 

Born Amesbury, Mass., 1856. Studied with 
Otto Grundmann and Boston Museum School; 
Boulanger and Lefbvre in Paris. Member: 
SAA 1886; ANA 1901; NA 1906. Honors: 
Gold medal, American Art Assoc., New York, 
1886; hon. mention, Paris Salon, 1887; $2000 
prize, American Art Assoc., New York, 1887; 
silver medal, Paris Exp., 1889; Palmer prize, 
AIC 1890; medal, Ma?s. Charitable Mechanics 
Assoc., Boston, 1890; medal, Columbian Exp., 
Chicago, 1893; grand gold medal, Atlanta Exp., 
1895; bronze medal, Paris Exp., 1900; Lippin- 
cott prize, PAFA 1901; silver medal Pan-Am. 
Exp., Buffalo, 1901; second Corcoran prize, S. 
Washington A. 1902; silver medal, St. Louis 
Exp., 1904; silver medal, International Expo- 
sition, 1910. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
3160. The Northwest Wind. 

Gallery 67, Wall B. 
3181. May Morning. 

Gallery 67, Wall D. 
Davis, Stuart. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1892. Studied: 
Henri School of Art, N. Y. City. 
952. The River. 

Gallery 36, Wall A. 
960. The Fog. 

Gallery 36, Wall A. 
4330. The Cafe Logue. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 
4353. A Back Yard. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 



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Davol, Joseph Benjamin. 

Born Chicago, 111. Studied: ASL, N. Y., 
Academy Julien, Paris, under Laurens and 
Constant. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2622. Where Sea and River Meet. 

Gallery 56, Wall C. 
3413. Maine Coast. 

Gallery 71, Wall A. 
3613. A Winter Coast: Moonlight. 

Gallery 74, Wall D. 



Dawson, George Walter. 

Born Andover, Mass., 1870. Studied: 
Mass. Normal Art School in Boston; PAFA. 
Member: Phila. WCC (Pres.); NYWCC. In- 
structor in water color and drawing at Univ. 
of Pa. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

1153. Yellow Harrison Roses. 

Gallery 37, Wall C. 

1154. Rhododendrons. 

Gallery 37, Wall C. 

1155. Water Lily Among Rushes. 

Gallery 37, Wall C. 

1156. White Water Lily. 

Gallery 37, Wall C. 

1157. A New England Garden. 

Gallery 37, Wall C. 

1159. Rose-Covered Wall: Spain. 

Gallery 37, Wall 0. 

1 160. An Old Cottage Rose. 

Gallery 37, Wall C. 

Be Camp, Joseph Bodefer. 

Born Cincinnati, O., 1858. Studied: Du- 
veneck at Cincinnati Academy; Royal Acad- 
emy in Munich. Member: Ten American 
Painters; Nat. Inst. A. L. Instructor School 
of Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Honors: 
First prize, City Hall decorative competition, 
Philadelphia; Temple gold medal, PAFA 1889; 
hon. mention, Paris Exp., 1900; gold medal, 
St. Louis Exp., 1904; second Clark prize, Cor- 
coran AG 1909; Beck medal, PAFA 1912. 

3903. Portrait of Frank Duyeneck. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Gallery 87, Wall C. 



De Jong, Betty. 

Born Paris. Studied in Paris. Societaire 
du Salon d'Autumme, Paris. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, 1915. 

2365. Beatrix. 

Gallery 48, Wall C. 
2450. Portrait of Miss Isabelle P. 

Gallery 50, Wall C. 
3025. The Dancing Girl. 

Gallery 65, Wall . C. 



Del Mue, Maurice. 

Born, Paris, France, 1878. Studied: San 
Francisco Art Association, Beaux-Arts, Paris. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3302. Late Afternoon in the Sierras 
Gallery 69, Wall B. 



Deming, Adelaide. 

Born Litchfield, Conn., 1864. Studied: ASL 
N. Y., under W. M. Chase. Member: 
NYWCC. Honors: Beal Prize (N. Y. Water 
Color Club) 190'8; Burgess Prize (Woman's 
Art Club of N. Y.) 1908. Honorable Men- 
tion, Conn. Academy Fine Arts, 1914. 

4192. A Quiet Day. 

Gallery 118, Wall C. 

Deming, Edwin W. 

Born Ashland, Oregon, 1860. Studied: ASL 
of New York: Lefebvre and Boulanger in 
Paris. Member: N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1902; 
Mural P. Honors: Silver Medal, AAS 1892; 
bronze medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

2109. Prayer of the Names of the Dead. 

Gallery 43, Wall A. 
263'6. Vow of Vengeance. 

Gallery 56, Wall D. 



De Voll, F. Usher. 

Born Providence, R. L, 1873, Studied: R. 
I. School of Design; William M. Chase. Mem- 
ber: Societe Union Internationale des Beaux- 
Arts et des Lettres, Paris. 

Sih'er Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2164. East River: New York: Winter. 

Gallery 44, Wall A. 
2238. The White City. 

Gallery 44, Wall D. 
3406. Brooklyn Bridge: Winter 

Gallery 71, Wall A. 
4177. Quebec from the Fortifications. 

Gallery 118, Wall B. 

de Wentworth, Cecile. 

Born New York. Studied with Cabanel and 
Detaille in Paris. Honors: Gold medals, 
Tours, Lyons and Turin; hon. mention, Paris 
Salon, 1891; bronze medal, Paris Exp., 1900u 
Chevalier Legion of Honor 1901; Officer of 
Public Instruction, France; Order of the Holy 
Sepulchre from Pope Leo XIII. 

2105. Portrait of William Howard Taft. 

Gallery 43, Wall A. 
4452. Taper to Saint Genevieve. 

Gallery 120, Wall D. 



Dewey, Charles Melville. 

Born Lowville, N. Y., 1849. Studied with 
Carolus Duran in Paris. Member: ANA 1903; 
NA 1907; Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: Silver 
Medal, Pan-Am. p:xp., Buffalo, 1901; Silver 
Medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

4184. The Harvest Moon. 

Gallery 118, Wall C f . 

Dickman, Charles John. 

Born in Germany, 1863. Studied: Julian 
Academy, Paris. Honor: Medal, Academie 
ColoroFsi, Paris. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

2324. Picardy Fisher Folk. 

Gallery 47, Wall B. 
2341. Dawn. 

Gallery 47, Wall D. 
o082. Before the Storm. 

Gallery 66, Wall D. 



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Dillaye, Blanche. 

Born Syracuse, N. Y. Studied: PAFA; 
etching under Stephen Parrish; Garrido in 
Europe. Member: NYWCC; Phila. WCC. 
Honors: Silver medal for etching, Atlanta 
Kxp., 1895; silver medal, AAS 1902; silver 
medal for etchings, International Kxp., at Lori- 
em. France, 1903. 

2124. The God of Good Fortune. 

Gallery 43, Wall B. 
4302. Moonlight. 

Gallery 110, Wall C. 
4312. The Evening Star. 

Gallery 110, Wall C. 
4323. On the Grand Morin. 

Gallery 110, Wall C. 

Dimock, E. 

1081. Sweat Shop Girls in the Country. 
Gallery 36, Case 11. 

1083. Group. 

Gallery 36, Case 11. 

1084. East S'ide School Children. 

Gallery 36, Case 11. 

1085. Group. 

Gallery 36, Case 11. 

1086. Group in New England. 

Gallery 36, Case 11. 

1087. Sweat Shop Girls in the Country. 

Gallery 36, Case 11. 

Dirks, Rudolph. 

Born Holstein, Germany, 1877. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2120. Clearing Land. 

Gallery 43, Wall B. 

2121. Head of Old Dutchman. 

Gallery 43, Wall B. 

2125. The Boatman. 

Gallery 43, Wall B. 
4087. On the Dike. 

Gallery 117, Wall A. 

Dixon, Maynard. 

Born Fresno, California, 1875. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2101. The Palomino Mare. 

Gallery 43, Wall A. 
2112. Navajo Women. 

Gallery 43, Wall A. 
3178. The Trail in Oregon. 

Gallery 67, Wall C. 

Dolph, John Henry. 

Born in Fort Ann, N. Y., 1835. Studied 
with Louis Van Ruyck in Antwerp, then went 
to Paris and afterwards settled in New York. 
In 1877 he was made an associate of National 
Academy, and has been a member of the So- 
ciety of American Artists since its organization 
in 1878. 

2053. The Rat Who Retired From the 
World. 

Lent by Mrs. Helen Foster Bar- 

nett. 
Gallery 64. Wall B. 

Donoho, Ruger. 

Born Church Hill, Miss., 1857. Studied: R. 
Swain Clifford in New York; Julian Academy 
in Paris under Lefebvre and Boulanger. Hon- 
ors: Silver medal, Paris Exp., 1889; Hors 
Concours, Paris Salon, 1890; Webb prize, SAA 



Donoho, Ruger (Continued). 

1892; medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; 

hon. mention, CI Pittsburgh, 1911. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

22(v. Wind Flowers. 

Gallery 46, Wall A. 
2264. A Garden. 

Gallery 46, Wall A. 
2268. A Veil of Leaves. 

Gallery 46, Wall A. 
2260. The Rose Terrace. 

Gallery 46, Wall A. 

Dougherty, Parke Curtis. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1867. Studied: 
PAFA; Julien Academy, Paris. Honors: Third 
medal, American Art Association, Paris; third 
class medal, International Exposition at Tou- 
louse, 1908. 

2500. Mont St. Michel. 

Gallery 51, Wall D. 
2502. Moonlight. 

Gallery 51, Wall D. 
4163. Winter Morning: Etrotat. 

Gallery 118, Wall A. 

Dougherty, Paul. 

Born Brooklyn, N. Y., 1877. Studied: Paris, 
London, Florence, Venice and Munich. Mem- 
ber: SAA 1905; ANA 1906, NA 1907; Nat. 
Inst. A. L. ; AWCS. Honors: Osborne prize 
1905; second prize, CI Pittsburgh 1912. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3146. Changing Weather. 

Gallery 67, Wall A. 

3148. Toward the Sunlight. 

Gallery 67, Wall A. 

3149. Storm Gleams. 

Gallery 67, Wall A. 

3150. From Clodgy Point. 

Gallery 67, Wall A. 

Doughty, Thomas. 

Born in Philadelphia, 1793; died in New 
York, 1856. Engaged in the leather business 
in early life. About 1820 1 adopted art as a pro- 
fession. Spent several years abroad, painting 
in London and Paris, and acquired high repu- 
tation for the silvery tone in his pictures. 

2777. On the Susquehanna. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 

edy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 60, Wall B. 

2778. Landscape. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 

edy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 60, Wall B. 

Dow, Arthur Wesley. 

Born Ipswich, Mass. Studied with Boulang- 
er, Lefebvre, Doucet and Delance in Paris. 
Instructor, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, 1895- 
1904; Professor of Fine Arts, Teachers College, 
Columbia Univ., since 1904; Director, Summer 
Art School, Ipswich, Mass. Honors: Hon. 
Mention, Paris Exp., 1899; bronze medal for 
painting and hon. mention for woodcuts, Pan- 
Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; medal, Bo?ton Me- 
chanics Assoc. 

3319. The Enchanted Mesa. 

Gallery 69, Wall D. 
3328. The Great Shadow. 

Gallery 69, Wall D. 



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Du BOJS. Guy Pene. 

Born New York, 1884. Studied with Chase, 
Dumond and Henri in New York; Steinlin in 
Paris. Member: Paris AAA; Am. PS. Art 
critic, "New York American." 

445S. Trapeze Performer. 

Gallery 120, Wall D. 

Dufner, Edward. 

Horn Buffalo, N. Y., 1872. Studied: ASL 
of N. Y., Whistler and Laurens in Paris; in 
Madrid. Member: ANA 1910; NYWCC; 
AWCS. Honors: First VVanamaker prize, 
Paris AAA 1899; bronze medal, Pan-Am. Exp., 
Buffalo, 1901; hon. mention, Paris Salon, 1902; 
Fellowship prize, Soc. of Artists, Buffalo, 1904; 
silver medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; Evan? prize, 
AWCS 1909. Instructor ASL of N. Y. 

1370. Moonlight on the Lake. 

Gallery 38, Wall A. 
2168. Reflections. 

Gallery 44, Wall B. 
2172. Summer Evening. 

Gallery 44, Wall B. 
4358. Portrait: A Ray of Sunlight. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 

Dull, John J. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1859. Studied: 
PAFA. Member: Phila. WCC. Honors: 
Gold Medal, Plastic C. 1903. Professor of 
Architecture, Drexel Inst. 

051. Winter Landscape: No. 1. 
Gallery 36, Wall A. 

954. Winter Landscape: No. 4. 

Gallery 36, Wall A. 

955. Winter Landscape: No. 3. 

Gallery 36, Wall A. 
957. Winter Landscape: No. 2. 
Gallery 36, Wall A. 

DuMond, Frank Vincent. 

Born Rochester, N. Y. 1865. Studied with 
Boulanger, Lefebvre, and Constant in Paris. 
Member: SAA 1906; ANA 1900; NA 1906; 
N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1904; Mural P. Honors: 
Third class medal, Paris Salon 1890; gold 
medal, Boston, 1892; gold medal, Atlanta Exp., 
1895; silver medals for painting and for illus- 
tration, Pan-Am., Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, 
St. Louis Exp., 1904. Director, Dept. of Fine 
Arts, Lewis and Clark Exp., Portland, 1905. 
Instructor at ASL of N. Y. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, 
Panama-Pact&c International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

2275. May Bloom. 

Gallery 46, Wall B. 

2276. Gray Newfoundland. 

Gallery 46, Wall B. 

2279. The Bathers. 

Gallery 46, Wall B. 

2280. July Afternoon. 

Gallery 46, Wall B. 

2288. The Elopers. 

Gallery 46, Wall C. 

2289. The Fairy Tale. 

Gallery 46, Wall C. 

DuMond, Frederic Melville. 

Born Rochester, N. Y., 1867. Studied with 
Lefebvre, Cormon, Laurens and Dpucet in 
Paris. Honors: Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 
1893; third class medal, Paris Salon, 1899. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



DuMond, Frederic Melville (Continued). 

2113. Raton Pass. 

Gallery 43, Wall A. 

2114. Hoss Tradin' on the Reservation. 

Gallerv 43, Wall A. 

2115. 1849. 

Gallery 43, Wall A. 

2116. Portrait Sketch of Babette do Cernoe 

Gallery 43, Wall A. 
2099. Sea Carvings. 

Gallery 43, Wall A. 

DuMond, Helen Savier. 

Born Portland, Ore., 1872. Studied: ASL, 
Robert Brandegee and F. Y. Du Mond in New 
York; Collin and Merson in Paris. 

2265. Southern France. 

Gallery 46, Wall A. 

2266. An Arm of the Mediterranean. 

Gallery 46, Wall A. 

Dunbar, Harold C. 

Born Brockton, Mas?., 1882. Studied: Mass. 
Normal Art School under Major, De Camp 
and Tarbell. 

3502. Portrait of Mrs. D. 

Gallery 72, Wall C. 
4195. Girl in Black. 

Gallery 118, Wall D. 

Dunlap, Helena. 

Born Los Angeles, Cal. Studied: PAFA. 

2123 1 . The Senor's Garden. 

Gallery 43, Wall B. 
2192. The Dressing Table. 

Gallery 44, Wall D. 
2462. Mountain Cottages. 

Gallery 50, Wall D. 
3157. Summer Afternoon. 

Gallery 67, Wall B. 

Dunlap, William. 

Born Perth Amboy, N. J., 1766. Studied 
with William Williams. Went to London in 
1784, painted a portrait of Lord Hood, also a 
portrait of Washington from an early drawing. 
Returned to America after four years. He 
was instrumental in establishing the American 
Academy of Fine Arts, and later joined in 
founding the National Academy of Design. 
Exhibited from town to town large canvases 
of religious subjects. Author of "History of 
the Rise and Progress of the Arts of Design 
in the United States," N. Y. 1834. 

1319. Portrait. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

Gallery 37, Case 15. 
1323. President Tyler. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

Gallery 37, Case 15. 
Portrait. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

Gallery 37, Case 15. 
Portrait of a Lady. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

Gallery 37, Case 15. 
2753. Scene from Harvey Birch: The Spy. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

Gallery 59, Wall D. 

Durand, Asher Brown. 

Born South Orange, N. J., 1796; died there, 
1886. He studied engraving with his father 
and with Peter Maverick, whose partner he 
became in 1817. His "Declaration of Inde- 
pendence" after Trumbull brought him into 



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Durand, Asher Brown (Continued), 
prominent notice as an engraver. President 
of tlie National Academy of Design, 1845-1861. 

27-40. The Morning of Life. 

Lent by the National Academy 
of Design. 

Gallery 59, Wall C. 
2751. The Thunder S'torin : Catskills. 

Lent by H. K. Bush-Brown, Esq. 

Gallery 59, Wall D. 
2705. A. B. Durand as a Young Man. 

Lent by the National Academy 
of Design. 

Gallery GO, Wall D. 

Durkee, Helen Winslow. 

Born New York City, 1880'. Studied: ASL 
N. Y. Member: The Pennsylvania Society 
of Miniature Painters. 

1248. Portrait of Miss D. 

Gallery ,>7, Case 9. 
1241). A Study. ' 

Gallery '{7. Case 8. 
3250. William Ives. Esq. 

Gallery 37, Case 8. 

1251. Still Life. 

Gallery .,7, Case 8. 

1252. Margaret. 

Gallery 37, Case 8. 

1253. Portrait. 

Gallery 37, Case 8. 

1254. Hilda. 

Gallery 37, Case 8. 

1255. Kadidje. 

Gallery 37. Case 9. 
125U. The Spanish Shawl. 

Gallery 37, Case 9. 

1257. Still Life. 

Gallerv 37, Case 9. 

1 258. Bather. 

Gallery 37, Case 9. 

1259. Autumn. 

Gallery 37, Case 9. 
12(10. The Flowered Dress. 

Gallery 37, Case 9. 

Dustin, Silas S. 

Born Richfield, O. Studied: NAD and 
William M. ChaFe. 

3517. Midnight in New England. 
Gallery 72, Wall D. 

Duveneck, Frank. 

Born Covinerton, Ky., 1848. Studied with 
Diez in Munich, in which city he lived over 
ten years. Member: SAA 1880; ANA 1905; 
NA 1906: SWA; Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: 
Medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; hon. 
mention, Paris Salon, 1895; silver medal, Pan- 
Am. Exp., Buffalo. 1901. Instructor in Cin- 
cinnati Academy of Fine Arts. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, 
Pnnoma-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

AWARDED A SPECIAL COMMEMORATIVE MEDAL 
BY THE PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPO- 
SITION. 

38158. Whistling Boy. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Musimin 

Association. 
Gallery 87, Wall A. 
3869. Girl's Head. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Gallery 87, Wall A. 
#870. Man with Red Hair. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Pnllery 8J, Wall A, 



Duveneck, Frank (Continued). 

3871. Young Man with a Ruff. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Gallery 87, Wall A. 

3872. Portrait of William Adams. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Gallery 87, Wall A. 

3873. Portrait of J. Frank Currier. 

Lent by Alfred Juergens, Esq. 
Gallery 87, Wall A. 
3S74. Unfinished Portrait Study. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Gallery 87, Wall A. 
3875. Study of a Nude Back. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Gallery 87, Wall A. 
.'5870. Head of a Young Girl. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Gallery 87, Wall A. 

3877. Pol-trait. 

Lent by William M. Chase, Esq. 
Gallery' 87, Wall B. 

3878. Sketch of a Nude. 

Lent bv the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Gallery 87, Wall B. 

3879. Wop'an with Forget-Me-Nots. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum- 

Association. 
Gallery 87, Wall B. 
.",880. Blacksirith. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum- 

Association. 
Gallery 87, Wall B. 

3881. Head: Portrait of Mr. Mills. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum- 
Association. 
Gnllery 87, Wall B. 

3882. Portrait of Man in Spanish Costume.. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

Gallery 87. Wall B. 
388.",. La dv with a Veil. 

Lent by Geors-e E. Hopkins, Esq. 

Gallery 87, Wall B. 
.'i'884. Blue Boy. 

Lent by Mrs. D. H. Holmes. 

Gallery 87, Wall B. 
3885. Portrait of Professor Loeffts. 

Lent by Mrs. Herman Coepper. 

Gallery 87. Wall B. 
388ft. Sketch of a Turk. 

Lent by the Tavern Club. 

Gallery 87, Wall B. 
38K7. Blind Old Man. 

Lent bv the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

Gallery 87, Wall B. 
3SS8. Portrait: Mrs. Francis Hinkle. 

Lent by W. H. Hinkle, Esq. 

Gallery 87, Wall C. 
.'{902. Beechwoods: Polling: Bavaria. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Associ.' tion. 

Gallerv 87, Wall C. 

3904. Portrait Sketch. 

Lent by the Tavern Club. 
Gallery 87. Wall D. 

3905. Young Man with Red Skull Cap. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Gallery 87. Wall D. 
; 590ft. Girl's Head: Yellow Background. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Gallery 87, Wall D. 



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Duveneck, Frank ( Cont iuued ) . 

3907. Turkish Page. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 

edy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 87, Wall 1). 

3908. The Hunchback. 

Lent by Miss Jane Otis. 
Gallery 87, Wall D. 
3908. Italian Boy. 

Lent by George E. Hopkins, Esq. 
Gallery 87, Wall D. 

3910. John W. Alexander. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Gallery 87, Wall D. 

3911. Woman with a Fan. 

Lent by M. A. De Wolfe Howe, 

Esq. 
Gallery 87, Wall D. 



Eakins. Thomas. 

Born Philadelphia, 1844. Studied: PAFA; 
Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris under Gerome 
and Bonnat. Member: ANA 1902, NA 1902. 
Honors: Medal Mass. Mechanics' Assoc., 
Boston; medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 
1893; hon. mention, Paris Exp., 1900; gold 
medal, Pan- Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; gold 
medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; Temple gold 
medal, PAFA 1904; Proctor prize NAD 1905; 
second prize C. I. Pittsburgh, 1907; gold 
medal AAS 1907: Instructor in PAFA. 

2956. The Bohemian. 

Gallery 64, Wall C. 
2958. The Veteran. 

Gallery 64, Wall C. 
2900. The Concert Singer. 

Gallery 64, Wall C. 
2961. The Crucifixion. 

Gallery 64, Wall C. 
2963. The Home Ranch. 

Gallery 64, Wall C. 
2965. Portrait of Henry O. Tanner. 

Gallery 64, Wall C. 



Eaton, Charles Warren. 

Born Albany, New York, 1857. Studied; 
NAD and ASL of New York. Member: 
AWCS; NYWCC. Honors: Hon. mention, 
Paris Exp., 1900; Proctor prize, Salma. C. 
1901; silver medal, Charleston Exp., 1902; 
Inness prize, Salma. C. 1902; Shaw prize, 
Salma. C. 1903; gold medal, AC Phila., 1903; 
Inness gold medal, NAD 1904; silver medal, 
St. Louis Exp., 1904; gold medal, Paris 
Salon; silver medal, Buenos Aires Exposition, 
1910. 

2229. Summer Night: Lake Como. 

Gallery 45, Wall C. 
2459. The Shawangunk Valley. 

Gallery 50, Wall D.* 



Ebert, Charles H. 

Born in Milwaukee, Wi?., 1873. Studied: 
Julian Academy, Paris, under Constant; Art 
Students' League, N. Y. ; Cincinnati Art 
School. Honors: Bronze medal, Internation- 
al Exposition, Buenos Aires, 1910. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2375. Monhegaii Headlands. 

Gallery 48, Wall C. 
2H01. The Fog Bow. 

Gallery 55, Wall D. 
3592. Early November. 

Gallery 74, Wall A. 



2774. 



Edmondson, William J. 

Born Norwalk, Ohio, 1868. Studied with 
Yonnoh in Philadelphia; Aman-Jean and Le- 
febvre in Paris. 



The Garden. 

Gallery 55, Wall B. 

Edwards, George Wharton. 

Born Fairhaven, Conn., 1859. Studied 
in Antwerp and Paris. Member: NYWCC; 
AVYCS; NAC. Honors: Bronze and silver 
medals, Boston, 1884 and 1890; bronze medal, 
Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901, for painting, 
and hon. mention for drawing; silver medal, 
Charleston Exp., 1902; medal, Barcelona, 
Spain, 1902. 

4088. No-Man's Ledge: Monhegan. 
Gallery 117, Wall A. 

Eichholtz, Jacob. 

Born in Lancaster, Pa., 1776; died 1842. 
Apprenticed to a coppersmith and engaged in 
that trade. Studied with a sign-painter in his 
native town; visited and copied Stuart, in 
Boston. Also received instruction from Sully. 



Portrait: Mr. Arundel. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

Gallery 60, Wall B, 
Portrait: Mrs. Arundel. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

Gallery 60, Wall B. 
2775. Portrait of John Howard Payne. 

Lent by John Frederick Lewis. 

Gallery 60, Wall B. 

Eisenlohr, Edward G. 

Born Cincinnati, Ohio, 1872. Studied: R. 
J. Onderdoiik, Frank Reaugh, Prof. Gustav 
Schoenlever, Academy of Karlsruhe, Germany. 

4292. First Furrows. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 

Elliott, Charles Loring. 

Born Scipio, N. Y., 1812; died Albany, N. 
Y., 1868. Studied with Col. John Trumbull 
and Quidor. Elected Associate of the N. A. 
D. 1845; Academician, 1846. 

2679. Portrait of H. W. Hewitt. 

Lent by the Art Institute of Chi- 
cago. 

Gallery 58, Wall A. 

2722. Portrait of Mrs. Mary A. Goulding. 
Lent by the National Academy 

of Design. 

Gallery 59, Wall A. 

2797. Portrait of Colonel Thomas L. Mc- 
Kenney. 

Lent by Corcoran Gallery of Art. 
Gallery 60, Wall D. 

Elliott, Elizabeth Shippen Green. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa. Studied: PAFA 
and under Howard Pyle. Member: Phila. 
WCC; NYWCC; SI (Assoc.) Inter. Soc. of 
Sculptors, Painters and Gravers. Honors: 
Second Corcoran prize, Wash. WCC 1904; 
bronze medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; Mary 
Smith prize, PAFA 1905; Beck prize Phila. 
WCC 1907. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1. Queen Cophetua. 

Gallery 26, Wall A. 

2. The Moon World. 

Gallery 26, Wall A. 



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Elliott, Elizabeth Shippen Green (Continued). 

3. Antoine and the Little Wooden 

Soldier. 

Gallery 26, Wall A. 

4. Elizabeth. 

Gallery 26, Wall A. 

5. The Princess. 

Gallery 26, Wall A. 
0. Queen Johan and Riczi. 

Gallery 26, Wall A. 
77. The First Communion. 

Gallery 26, Wall D. 
84. Inspector Joly. 

Gallery 26, Wall D. 

English, Frank F. 

Born Louisville, Ky.. 1854. Studied: 
PAFA. Honors: Gold Medal, American Art 
Society, Philadelphia, 1905. 

994. River Wensum : Norwich. 

Gallery 30, Case 6. 

995. A Home at Brookville. 

Gallery 36, Case 6. 

996. Millbank: Upper Darby 

Gallery 36, Case 6. 

997. Folly Bridge: Oxford 

Gallery 36, Case 6. 

998. A Delaware Village. 

Gallery 36, Case 6. 

999. A Summer Evening. 

Gallery 36, Case 6. 

1000. A Mill on Cobb's Creek 

Gallery 36, Case 6. 

1001. Yarmouth. 

Gallery 36, Case 6. 

1002. Cobb's Creek. 

Gallery 36, Case 6. 

1003. Norwich. 

Gallery 36, Case 6. 

Enneking, John Joseph. 

Born Minster, Ohio, 1840. Studied with 
Bonnat and Daubigny in Paris; Lehr in Mu- 
nich. Honors: Seven medals (Gold and Sil- 
ver) Mass. Charitable Mechanics' Assoc., Bos- 
ton: lion, mention, Paris Exp., 1900i; silver 
medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver 
medal, World's Fair, St. Louis. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3401. December Thaw 

Gallery 71, Wall A. 

3402. November Twilight. 

Gallery 71, Wall A. 

Ericson, David. 

Born Duluth, Minn. Studied with Whistler, 
Chase, and Mowbray. Honors: Hon. mention, 
C. I. Pittsburgh, 190>3; silver medal, St. Louis 
Exp., 1904. 

2110. The Late Tea. 

Gallery 43, Wall A. 
4434. Low Tide. 

Gallery 120, Wall C. 

Evans, Frances. 

Born Baltimore. Studied: New York Art 
Students' League and Paris. 
1811. Portrait. 

Gallery 40, Case 3. 

Everett, Herbert Edward. 

Born Worcester, Mass. Studied : Boston 
Museum School; Julian Academy in Paris. 
Member: Phila. WCC. 

1145. Cottage Garden. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 

1146. Garden at Pipestave Hill. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 



Fairchild, May. 

Born Canton, Mass., 1872. Studied: Cowles 
Art School, Boston; Art Students' League, 
N. Y. 

1351. The Rose. 

Gallery 37, Case 17. 

Farley, Richard Blossom. 

Born Poultney, Yt.. 1875. Studied with 
Whistler, Chase and Cecilia Beaux. Honors: 

Silver Medal. Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3300. Dunes at Barnegat. 

Gallery 69, Wall B. 
3448. Barnegat Beach. 

Gallery 71, Wall D. 
3472. Blue and Gold. 

Gallery 72, Wall A. 

Farndon, Walter. 

Born in England, 1876. Studied NAD un- 
der Edgar M. Ward. 

3353. Wistaria Arbor. 

Gallery 67, Wall A. 

Fassett, Truman E. 

Born Elmira, N. Y., 1885. Studied: Bos- 
ton Museum School; Paris, France. 

3256. Spanish Dancer. 

Gallery 68, Wall C. 
4162. Portrait: ' Mrs. Fassett. 

Gallery 118, Wall A. 

Feldman, Baruch M. 

Born Tcheringoff, Russia, 1885. Studied: 
Spring Garden Institute, Philadelphia, Pa.; 
PAFA, Philadelphia, Pa. Honors: Bronze 
and gold medal, Spring Garden Institute; 
Cresson Scholarship, PAFA. 

4105. Portrait Study: Introspection. 
Gallery 117, Wall B. 

Fenderson, Anne M. 

1307. Portrait of Wilhelmina, 
Gallery 37, Case 12. 

Ferguson, Nancy M. 

Born Philadelphia. Studied: School of De- 
sign; PAFA, Philadelphia. 

2371. A Rural Lane. 

Gallery 48, Wall C. 
2593. The Barber Shop. 

Gallery 55, Wall C. 
3604. The Old Homestead. 

Gallery 74, Wall C. 

Fernow, Bernice P. Andrews. 

Born Jersey City, N. J., 1882. Studied: 
ASL, N. Y.; Olaf M. Brauner and Theodora 
Thayet. 



1299. Childhood. 

Gallery 37, Case 13. 
1.'02. Piernont Edwards Dutcher: 

Gallery 37. Case 13. 
1304. Mrs. Charles Palmer. 

Gallery 37, Case 13. 
1306. Mrs. E. L. Smith. 

Gallery 37, Case 13. 



Third. 



Filemyr, Joseph J. 

Born Philadelphia, 
PAFA, and Paris. 



1889. Studied: 



2010. The Silent Hour. 

Gallery 56, Wall A. 



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Fink, Deuman. 

Born Springdale, Pa., 1881). Studied: 
Pittsburgh School of Design; Museum of Fine 
Arts, Boston, under Hale and Benson; ASL, 
N. Y. Member: Society of Illustrators. 

4205. Portrait of Mrs. F. 

Gallery 118, Wall D. 

Fink, Frederick. 

Born 1817; died 1849. Went abroad in 
1840 and made copies of Titian and Murillo. 

2744. Portrait of Artist in His Studio. 
Gallery 59, Wall C. 

Finkelnburg, Augusta. 

Horn Fountain City, Wisconsin. Studied: 
Chicago Art School; Pratt Inst., Paris; Colo- 
rossi School and with the following artists: 
Robert Reid, Willard Metcalf, Arthur Dow 
and two summers with Henry Snell in Eng- 
land and Italy. 

1147. The Old Homestead. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 
4411. My Woodsie Park. 

Gallery 120. Wall B. 

Finn, James Wall. 

Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 1896; bronze 
medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901. 



3498. 



Girl With a Fan. 

Gallery 72, Wall C. 



Firebaugh, Nettie King. 

Born Oakland, Cal. Studied: Hopkins In- 
stitute of Art, San Francisco. Honors: Two 
prizes in miniature painting at Mechanics 
Fair, San Francisco; first and second prizes 
in designing, Keramic Studio Magazine. 

1343. Mrs. August Porter. 

Gallery 37, Case 16. 
1345. Professor Joseph Le Conte. 

Gallery 37, Case 16. 

Fisher, Mark. 

Born in Boston; educated in the public 
Schools; studied art at Lowell Institute and 
later was a pupil of George Inness at Med- 
field. Went to Paris at twenty and studied 
in Gleyre's atelier; settled in Boston; went to 
England to live, where he now is well known 
as landscape and animal painter, exhibiting 
at the Royal Academy and elsewhere. 

2700. In the Garden. 

Gallery 58, Wall C. 

4263. On the River Stort. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 

4264. A Gray Day. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 
4425. The Rick Yard. 

Gallery 120, Wall B. 

Fiske, Gertrude. 

Born Boston, 1879. Studied: Museum 

School, Boston, under Tarbell, Benson and 

Hale; Ogonquit, Maine, under C. IT. Wood- 
bury. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
n, San Francisco. 1915. 



Fitz, Rutherford Benjamin. 

Born New York, 1855; died 1891. Studied: 
NAD, N. Y. In 1879 he went to Munich, 
where he remained four years, returning to 
New York in 1883. 

2942. The Harvesters: 1887. 

Lent by the Hillyer Art Gallery: 

Smith College. 
Gallery 64, Wall A. 

Flagg, Charles Noel. 

Born Brooklyn, N. Y., 1848. Studied with 
Jacquesson de la Chevreuse in Paris. Mem- 
ber: ANA 1909. Director of Flagg Evening 
School of Drawing for Men. Honor: Proc- 
tor prize, NAD 1908. 

3o01. Portrait of Paul Wayland Bartlett. 
Gallery 70, Wall D. 

Flagg, Jared. 

2736. Portrait of Hon. John W. Brown. 

Lent by the City of New York. 
Gallery 59, Wall B. 

Florence, M. Sargent. 

Silver Medal. Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3817. Panel. 

Gallery 83, Wall A. 

3818. Panel. 

Gallery 83, Wall B. 

3820. Panel. 

Gallery 83, Wall B. 

3821. Panel. 

Gallery 83, Wall C. 



Studied: Art 



Folger, Annie B. 

Born Nantucket, Mass., 1852. 
Students League. 



1054. Passing Cloud Shadows. 

Gallery 36, Wall D. 
1061. Sand Dunes. 

Gallery 36, Wall D. 
1066. October Hillside: Nantucket. 

Gallery 36, Wall D. 

Foote, Josephine J. 

Born Detroit, Mich. Studied: ASL, N. Y. ; 
Cooper Union, Mr. William J. Whittemore. 
Honors: Bronze and silver medals, Cooper 
Union Art School. 



1204. 



Junior. 

Gallery 37, Case 2. 



3451. The Shadow. 

Gallery 71, Wall D. 
3501. Study in Black and White. 

Gallery 72, Wall C. 



Foote, Mary. 

Honors: Honorary Degree of Bachelor of 
Fine Art?, Yale University, New Haven. 
2155. Mrs. John Carpenter. 

Gallery 44, Wall A. 

2163. Portrait of August Jaccaci, Esq. 
Gallery 44, Wall A. 

2988. Portrait of Miss Matilda Brownell. 

Gallery 65, Wall A. 

2989. Portrait of Mrs. Herman Kobbe. 

Gallery 65, Wall A. 
3294. Study. 

Gallery 69, Wall A. 

Foote, Will Howe. 

Born in Grand Rapids, Mich., 1874. Studied: 
AIC; ASL of New York; Julian Academy in 
Paris under Laurens and Constant. Member: 
ANA 1910. Honors: Hon. mention, Pan- 
Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; third Hallgarten 



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Foote, Will Howe (Continued). 

prize, NAD 1902; bronze medal, St. Louis 

Exp., 1904. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2173. Gloucester Harbor. 

Gallery 44, Wall B. 
3785. Sunny Interior. 

Gallery 80, Wall B. 
3788. Hydrangeas. 

Gallery 80, Wall B. 
3795. Italian Girl's Head. 

Gallery 80, Wall C. 

Foresman, Alie. 

Born Darien, Wis. Studied with Ella 

Shepherd Bush. 

1878. Portrait: Irish Rose. 

Gallery 40, Case 9. 

1879. Portrait. 

Gallery 40, Case 9. 

Forsyth, William. 

Born Hamilton Co., Ohio. 1854. Studied: 
Royal Academy in Munich under Loefftz, 
Benczur, Cysis and Lietzenmeyer. Member: 
SWA (V-Pres.); Instructor Herron Art Insti- 
tute. Honors: Medal, Munich, 1885; silver 
medal for water color and bronze medal for 
oil, St. Louis Exp., 1904; Bronze medal Ar- 
gentine Centennial Exp., Buenos Aire<=, 1910>;- 
Society Western Artist?, 1910'. 

Bronze Medal, for Oil Painting, Panama- 
Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco 
1915. 

Silver Medal for Water Color Painting, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

2194. The Red Hill. 

Gallery 44, Wall D. 
2627. The Wind From the East. 

Gallery 56, Wall C. 
4141. A S'unny Corner. 

Gallery 117, Wall D. 
4329. Winter in the Hills. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 

Fortune, E. Charlton. 

Born Sausalito, Cal.. 1885. Studied: ASL, 
N. Y., under F. A*. Dumond, Albert Sterner, 
F. L. Mora. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

7. Moonlight. 

Gallery 26, Wall A. 
68. The Galloway Inn. 

Gallery 26, Wall C. 
987. Betty. 

Gallery 36, Wall B. 

3436. The Pier. 

Gallery 71. Wall C. 

3437. Carmel Mission. 

Gallery 71. Wall C. 
3557. The San Gabriel Vine. 

Gallery 73, Wall C. 
4109. Summer. 

Gallery 147, Wall B. 

Foss, Harriet Campbell. 

Born Middletown, Conn. Studied with J. 
Alden Weir in New York; Alfred Stevens and 
Courtois in Paris. 



Pink Phlox. 

Gallery 117, Wall C. 



Foster, Ben. 

Born North Anson, Maine, 1852. Studied 
in New York; with Abbott Thayer, and in 
Paris with Aime Morot and Luc Oliver Mer- 
son. Honors: Medal, Columbian Exp., Chi- 
cago, 1893; bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 
1900; silver medal, Carnegie Institute Inter- 
national Exhibition, 190'0'; Webb prize, Society 
American Artists, New York, 1901; silver 
medal, Buffalo Exposition, 1901, and Louisiana 
Purchase Exp., 1904; Carnegie prize, National 
Academy of Design, 1906; Inness Gold Medal. 
National Academy of Design, 1908; New York 
Water Color Club; American Water Color So- 
ciety; National Institute of Arts and Letters, 
National Art Clubs, Montreal Art Association. 

3187. October Morning. 

Gallery 67, Wall D. 

Fournier, Alexis Jean. 

Born St. Paul, Minn., 1865. Studied with 
Laurens, Constant, Harpignies and Julian Acad- 
emy in Paris. Member: SWA; Art Director, 
Roycroft Shops. Honors: Gold and silver 
medals, Minnesota Industrial Soc. ; second 
Hengerer prize, Buffalo, 1911. 

2162. Peaceful Night on the Seine. 
Gallery 44, Wall A. 

2381. Morning in Venice. 

Gallery 48, Wall D. 

Frieseke, Frederic Carl. 

Born Owosso, Mich.. 1874. Studied: AIC; 
ASL of N. Y. ; Constant, Laurens and Whis- 
tler in Paris. Member: ANA 1912; Assoc. 
Soc. Nat. des Beaux-Arts, Paris. Honors: 
Silver medal. St. Louis Exp., 1904; gold medal, 
Munich, 1904: lion, mention, Corcoran A. G., 
Washington, 1908; fourth W. A. Clark prize, 
Corcoran A. G. 1908; Temple Gold Medal, 
PAFA, 1913. 

Grand Prize. Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2378. Sleen. 

Gallery 48, Wall D. 

4094. Summer. 

Gallery 117, Wall A. 

4095. The Garden. 

Gallery 117. Wall A. 
4103. The Garden Chair. 

Gallery 117, Wall B. 
4106. Youth. 

Gallery 117. Wall B. 
4108. Girl Embroiderins. 

Gallery 117, Wall B. 
4124. Boudoir. 

Gallery 117, Wall C. 
4147. The Bay Window. 

Gallery 117, Wall D. 

Froelich, Maren M. 

Born San Francisco. Studied : San Fran- 
cisco School of Design, Menard-Simon Caste- 
luchio Academy, Paris, and with Theo. Stein- 
len and Richard Miller, Paris. 

3507. The Chinese Robe. 

Gallery 72, Wall C. 

Fuller, George. 

Born Deerfield, Mass., 1822. Died Brook- 
line, Mass.. 1884. Studied: Boston Art Asso- 
ciation. Elected Associate of the National 
Academy, 1857. 
2532. A Head. 

Lent by W. B. Aver, Esq. 
Gallery 54, Wall - B. 

2553. Lorotte. 

Lent by Corcoran Gallery of Art. 
Gallery 54, Wall D. 

2554. Marguerite. 

Gallery 54, Wall D. 



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Fuller, Henry B. 

Born Deerfield, Mass., 1867. Studied: 
Cowles Art School in Boston under Bunker; 
Cox and Mowbray at ASL of N. Y.; Collin 
in Paris. Member: SAA 1902; ANA 190:6. 
Honors: Bronze medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buf- 
falo, 1901; Carnegie prize, NAD 1908. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

020. Triumph of Truth Over Error. 
Gallery 35, Wall C. 

Fuller, Lucia Fairchild. 

Born Boston, 1872. Studied with Dennis M. 
Bunker in Boston; Mowbray and Chase in New 
York. Member: SAA 1899; ANA 1906; Pa. 
Soc. Min. P.; NYWCC; Am. Soc. Min. P. 
Honors: Bronze Medal, Paris Exp., 1900; sil- 
ver medal, Pan- Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; gold 
medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

1955. In the Days of King Arthur. 

Gallery 40, Case 17. 
1957. The Girl and the Net. 

Gallery 40, Case 17. 
1959. Portrait of a Child. 

Gallery 40, Case 17. 

1961. Artemidora. 

Gallery 40, Case 17. 

1962. The Red Flower. 

Gallery 40, Case 17. 

Funk, Wilhelm. 

Born Hanover, Germany, 1866. Came to. 
United States in 1885. Studied: ASL of New 
York and in Europe. Member: NAC; Assn. 
of Munich ArtistF. 

3289. Mrs. John W. McKinnon. 
Gallery 69, Wall A. 

Gale, Harriette Draper. 

Born Washington, D. C., 1889. Studied: 
School of the Museum of Fine Arts; Art Stu- 
dents' League of New York. 

1318. Study in Brown. 

Gallery 37, Case 14. 

Gallagher, Sears. 

Born Boston, 1869. Studied with Tomasso 
Juglaris in Boston; Laurens and Constant in 
Paris. 

1757. From the Bridge. 

Gallery 40, Wall D. 

Gait, Charles Franklin. 

Born St. Louis, 1884. Studied: St. Louis 
School of Fine Arts, and Richard E. Miller. 
S443. The Etcher. 

Gallery 71, Wall C. 
3488. The Gypsy. 

Gallery 72, Wall B. 

Garber, Daniel. 

Born N. Manchester, Ind., 1880>. Studied: 
Cincinnati Art Academy under Nowottny; 
PAFA under Anshutz. Member: ANA 1910. 
Instructor PAFA since 1909. Honors: Cres- 
son scholarship PAFA 190'3; first Hallgarten 
prize, NAD 190*9; hon. mention, ACP 1909; 
lion, mention, CI Pittsburgh 1910; third Clark 
prize, Corcoran Gallery 1910; bronze medal, 
Buenos Aires Exp., 1910; Lippincott prize, 
PAFA 1911; Potter .Palmer Gold Medal, Art 
Tnst., Chicago, 1911; second W. A. Clark prize, 
Silver Medal, Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1912. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco. 1915. 

3257. From Tinicum Hill. 

Gallery 68, Wall C. 



Garber, Daniel (Continued). 

3260. Little Village: Winter. 

Gallery 68, Wall C. 

3261. Sister. 

Gallery 68, Wall C. 

3262. The Sunlit Wall. 

Gallery 68, Wall C. 

3264. Cherry Blossoms. 

Gallery 68, Wall a 

3265. Quarry : Evening. 

Gallery 68, Wall C. 

Garrett, Edmund. 

Born Albany, N. Y., 1853. Studied with 
Laurens, Boulanger, Lefebvre and Leroux in 
Paris. Honor: Silver Medal, Boston, 1890. 

2575. Heart of New England. 
Gallery 55, Wall B. 

Gauley, Robert David. 

Born Ballybay, Ireland, 1875. Came to the 
United States in 1884. Studied with D. W. 
Ross in Cambridge; Benson and Tarbell in 
Boston; Bougucreau and Ferrier in Paris, and 
in Italy, Spain, Greece, Egypt and Holland. 
Member: NYWCC; ANA 1908. Honors: 
Bronze medal, Paris Exp., 1900; hon. mention, 
Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; bronze medal, 
St. Louis Exp., 1904; Isidor prize, Salma. C., 
1907; Clark prize, NAD 190. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3367. Portrait: Pedro de Cordoba. 
Gallery 70, Wall A. 

3381. Reverie. 

Gallery 70, Wall C. 

Gay, Walter. 

Born Hingham, Mass., 1856. Studied with 
Bonnat in Paris. Member: ANA 1904; So- 
ciete Nouyelle; Assoc. Soc. Nat. des Beaux- 
Arts; Societe de la Peinture a 1'Eau; Royal 
Society Water Colors, Brussels; Nat. Inst. A. 
L. Honors: Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 1885; 
third cla c s medal, Paris Salon, 1888; gold 
medal, Vienna, 1893; gold medal, Antwerp and 
Munich, 1894; gold medal, Berlin and Buda- 
pest, 1895; silver medal, Paris Exp., 1900; 
silver medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 1894, offi- 
cer 1906. 
-3856. Les Pigeons Savants. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

Gallery 85, Wall D. 

Gelhaar, Emil. 

Born Geple, Sweden, 1862. Studied: Stock- 
holm and Paris. 

4445. Packer Hall. 

Gallery 120, Wall D. 

Gifford, Sanford R. 

Born Greenfield, N. Y., 1823; died New; 
York, 1880'. Landscape painter. Studied: J. 
R. Smith and National Academy. Elected 
ANA, 1851; NA 1854. 

2973. The Golden Horn. 

Lent by Hon. Charles H. Carey. 
Gallery 64, Wall D. 

Gihou, Clarence Montfort. 

Born Philadelphia, 1871. Studied with Chase 
and Cox in New York; Laurens and Constant 
in Paris. Honor: Third prize, Paris AAA. 
4166. A Corner: Rue de Vaugirard. 

Gallery 118, Wall B. 
4172. Peasant Houses. 

Gallery 118, Wall B. 
4395. Haunted House. 

Gallery 120, Wall A. 



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Gilchrist, Wallace W., Jr. 

Member: AC Phila. Honor: Third Hall- 
garten prize, NAD 1908. 

1697. A Quiet Sea. 

Gallery 40, Wall A. 

1698. Twin Birches. 

Gallery 40, Wall A. 

1699. Rocks: The Maine Coast. 

Gallery 40, Wall A. 

1700. The Fish Dock. 

Gallery 40, Wall A. 

1701. Incoming Tide. 

Gallery 40, Wall A. 

1702. Towards the Sun. 

Gallery 40, Wall A. 
2108. The Old Gold Screen. 

Gallery 44, Wall D. 
2267. Girl in Pink. 

Gallery 46, Wall A. 

Glackens, William J. 

Born Philadelphia. 1870. Studied: PAFA 
and in Europe. Member: SI; SAA 1905; 
ANA 1906; Am. P. S. Honors: Gold medal 
for drawings at Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; 
silver medal for painting and bronze for illus- 
tration. St. Louis Exp., 1904; hon. mention, 
C. I. Pittsburgh, 1906. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2466. Green Car. 

Gallery 51, Wall A. 

2468. Family Group. 

Gallery 51, Wall A. 

2469. Woman with Apple. 

Gallery 51, Wall A. 

2470. Girls Bathing. 

Gallery 51, Wall A. 
2505. Chez Moquin. 

Gallery 51, Wall D. 

Glintenkamp, Henry J. 

Born Auerusta, N. J., 1887. Studied: Na- 
tional Academy of Design, and with Robert 
Henri. 

4447. Wind Gap. 

Gallery 120, Wall D. 

:\ 

Goodwin, Arthur Clifton. 

Born Portsmouth. N. H M 1866. Self-taught. 
3791. Boylston Street: Boston. 
Gallery 80, Wall B. 

3798. Boylston Street: Boston. 

Gallery 80, Wall C. 

3799. T Wharf: Boston. 

Gallery 80, Wall C. 

Gotthold, Florence Wolf. 

Born Uhrichsville, Ohio, 1858. Studied with 
B. R. Fitz and H. Siddons Mowbray. 

4168. The Yellow Cat. 

Gallery 118, Wall B. 

Grabach, John K. 

Born Newark, N. J., 1886. Studied: ASL, 

2295. Banks of the Connecticut River. 
Gallery 46, Wall C. 

Grant, Lawrence. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

4178. Fishine- Boats: Concameau. 
Gallery 118, Wall B. 



3378. 
3417. 

3475. 



Granville- Smith, Walter. 

Born Granville, New York, 1870. Studied 
with Walter Satterlee and ASL of New York, 
and in Europe. Honors: Third Hallgarten 
prize, NAD 1900; bronze medal, Charleston 
Exp., 1902; Evans prize, AWCS 1906; first 
prize, Worcester, 1906; Hon. mention, C. I. 
Pittsburgh, 1907; Inness gold medal, NAD 
1908; bronze medal, Buenos Aires Exp., 1910; 
Yezin prize, Salma. C., 1911; Third honor Ap- 
palachian Exposition, Knoxville, 1912; First 
prize, Worcester Art Museum, 1906; Honor- 
able mention, Carnegie Institute, 1907; Sam- 
uel T. Shaw Purchase prize, Salma. C, N. Y., 
1Q13. Member: ANA 1908; AWCS. 
2447. Clearing Mists. 

Gallery 50, Wall C. 
2455. Queen's Lace. 

Gallery 50, Wall C. 
:322. Summer Breeze. 

Gallery 69, Wall D. 
4306. The Landing. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 
4319. The Boat Shop. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 
Gray, Frederick G. 

Born St. Louis. Studied with Laurens in 
Paris. 

Sih'er Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
Portrait. 

Gallery 70, Wall C. 
Portrait Study: Hon. Joseph G. 
Cannon. 

Gallery 71, Wall A. 
Early Morning. 

Gallery 72, Wall A. 

Gray, Henry Peters. 

Born in New York," 1819; died there 1877. 
Beoran study of art under Huntington, 1838. 
Went to Europe in 1839. Returned and paint- 
ed chiefly portraits from 1843 to 1846. Made 
a second visit abroad. President of NAD, 1869 
to 1871, in which year he went to Rome, where 
he remained until 1874. 

2790. Cupid Beggine His Arrows. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 

edy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 60, Wall C. 
Gray, Percy. 

Born in San Franrisco, Cal., 1869. Studied: 
San Francisco and New York. Honor: 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1773. Out of the Desert: Oregon. 

Gallery 40, Wall D. 
Griffin, Walter. 

Born Portland. Maine, 1861. Associate Mem- 
ber NAD, N. Y.; New York Water Color 
Club. Honor: 

Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific Internation- 
al Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2226. May Morn ins-. 

'Gallery 45, Wall C. 

2227. Sprinertime. 

Gallery 45. Wall C. 
Bridsre: Venice. 

Gallery 45, Wall C. 
Grand Canal : Venice No. 1. 

Gallery 45. Wall C. 
2231. Late Afternoon: Breton Village. 

Gallery 45. Wall C. 
Zattere: Venice. 

Gallery 45. Wall C. 
Church of S. Trovase: Venice. 

Gallery 45, Wall C. 
Grand Canal: Venice No. 2. 

Gallery 45, Wall C. 



2228. 
2230. 



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Groll, Albert Lorey. 

Born in New York, 1866. Studied with 
Gysis and Loefftz in Munich. Member: ANA 
1906; NA 1910; NYWCC; AWCS. Honors: 
Morgan prize, Salma. C. 1903; Hon. mention, 
Munich; Shaw prize, Salma. C. 1904; silver 
medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; Sesnan medal, 
PAFA 1906; medals, Buenos Aires and San- 
tiago Exp., 1910; Inness gold medal, NAD 1912. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2139. Lake Louise. 

Gallery 43, Wall 0. 
2312. Arizona Desert. 

Gallery 47, Wall A. 
2325. Peace : Hopiland. 

Gallery 47, Wall B. 

Grossman, Edwin Booth. 

Born in Boston, 1887. Studied with Chase 
and Henri in New York; Richard Miller in 
Paris. 

2309. Still Life. 

Gallery 47, Wall A. 

Grover, Oliver Dennett. 

Born Earlville, 111., 1861. Studied: Mu- 
nich, Royal Academy, with Frank Duveneck 
in Florence and Venice, Boulanger, Jean Paul 
Laurens in Paris. Member: SWA, Chicago 
SA, Mural Painters. Honors: First Yerkes 
prize, 1892; silver and bronze medal Louisiana 
Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, 1904; Fine Arts 
prize 1906 and 1914; Martin Cahn prize, Chi- 
cago, 1913. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2210. Ponte Vecchio: Florence. 

Gallery 45, Wall A. 
3601. Rocky Shore: Lake Garda. 

Gallery 74, Wall C. 

Guerin, Jules. 

Born St. Louis, Mo., 1866. Studied with 
Constant and Laurens in Paris. Member: 
AWCS; NYWCC; SI; Nat. Inst. AL. Honors: 
First Yerkes medal, Chicago; hon. mention, 
Paris Exp., 1900; hon. mention for drawings, 
-Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, St. 
Louis Exp.> 1904. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

1756. Cairo: The Blue Mosque. 
Gallery 40, Wall D. 

1764. The Mosque of Sulieman: Constanti- 

nople. 

Gallery 40, Wall D. 

1765. Pigeon Mosque : Constantinople. 

Gallery 40, Wall D.' ' 

1766. Eyub on the Golden Horn. 

Gallery 40, Wall D. - . 

1767. The Three Wise Men. 

Gallery 40, Wall D. 

1768. A Bazaar in Constantinople. 

Gallery 40, Wall D. 

1769. Temple of Sunium. 

Gallery 40, Wall D. 
1776. Landscape Near Siena. 
Gallery 40, Wall D. 

Gustin, Paul Morgan. 

Born Vancouver, Wash., 1886. Honor: Se- 
attle Fine Arts Society prize, 1914. 

2320. November Evening: Puget Sound. 
Gallery 47, Wall A. 



Gustin, Paul Morgan (Continued). 

2329. The Cascades from Pyramid Park. 
Gallery 47, Wall B. 

2336. Mount Rainier. 

Gallery 47, Wall C. 

2337. Great Cloud. 

Gallery 47, Wall C. 
2339. Mountain Snowfields. 

Gallery 47, Wall C. 
4092. A Clearing in the Northwest. 

Gallery 117, Wall A. 

Gutmann, Bernhard. 

Born Hamburg, Germany, 1869. Studied: 
Dusseldorf and Karlsruhe Academies, Germany. 
4107. Nude. 

Gallery 117, Wall B. 

Haggin, Ben Ali. 

Member of the National Association of Por- 
trait Painters, New York; Associate Member 
NAD, N. Y. Honors: Third Hallgarten prize, 
National Academy of Design, 1909. 

3081. Little White Dancer. 

Gallery 66, Wall C. 

Hailman, Johanna K. Woodwell. 

Born Pittsburgh, 1871. Honors: Second 
Honor, Associated Artists of Pittsburgh, 1911. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3002. A Tropical Menage. 

Gallery 65, Wall B. 

3003. To Market in the West Indies. 

Gallery 65, Wall B. 

3004. Tonv. 

Gallery 65, Wall B. 

Hale, Lilian Westcott. 

Born Hartford, Conn., 1881. Studied with 
Tarbell, Chase and Philip L. Hale. Honors: 
Bronze medal, Buenos Aires Exp., 1910'. 

Gold Medal for Oil Painting, Panama-Pacific 
International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

Medal of Honor for Drawing, Panama-Pa- 
cific International Exposition, San Francisco, 
1915. 



1717. 
1718. 
1720. 
1724. 
1725. 
1726. 
2997. 
2998. 



China Asters. 

Gallery 40, Wall B. 
Bleeding Hearts. 

Gallery 40, Wall B. 
Gardenia Rose. 

Gallery 40, Wall B. 
Portrait of Nancy. 

Gallery 40, Wall B. 
Madonna Lilies. 

Gallery 40, Wall B. 
Anemonies. 

Gallery 40, Wall B. 
The Fortune Teller. 

Gallery 65, Wall A. 
Celia's Arbor. 

Gallery 65, Wall A. 
Lavender and Old Ivory. 

Gallery 80, Wall D. 
Portrait. 

Gallery 80, Wall D. 



Hale, Philip Leslie. 

Born Boston, 1865. Studied with J. Alden 
Weir in New York. Honors: Hon. mention, 
Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; bronze medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904; gold medal, Buenos Aires 
Exp., 1910'. Instructor at Boston Museum 
School and PAFA. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
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Hale, Philip Leslie (Continued). 


Hamilton, James. 


1719. Autumn Fruits. 


Born near Belfast, Ireland, 1819; died in 


Gallery 40, Wall B. 


Philadelphia, 1878. Taught drawing. Went 


1721. A Passing Hour. 


to England in 1854 to study works of Turner. 


Gallery 40, Wall B. 




1722. Lilies of the Madonna. 


2719. Old Ironsides. 


Gallery 40, Wall B. 


Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 


1723. Wistaria and the Mysterious Miss 


edy of the Fine Arts. 


Wistar. 


Gallery 59, Wall A. 


Gallery 40, Wall B. 




3775. A Family Affair. 




Gallery 80, Wall A. 


Hamilton, John McClure. 


3776. Portrait. 
Gallery 80, Wall A. 
.1778. Sun Bath. 
Gallery 80, Wall A. 
3779. La Princesse Lointaine. 
Gallery 80, Wall A. 
3780. Woman with Roses. 
Gallery 80, Wall A. 


Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1853. Studied: 
PAFA; Royal Academy in Antwerp; Ecole des 
Beaux-Arts in Paris. Member: Phila. WCC 
(Hon.). Honors: Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 
1892; gold medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; 
gold medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. Has lived 
in London since 1878. 


3804. The Tower of Ivory. 
Gallery 80, Wall D. 


Member of the International Jury of A-wards, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 




Francisco, 1915. 


Hale, Walter. 


1514 After the Ball 


Born Chicago, 111., 1869. Studied: Minne- 


Gallery 39, Wall A. 


apolis School of Fine Arts; New York, London, 


1515. Portrait Sketch. 


Paris. Member: Royal Society of Painters, 


Gallery 39, Wall A. 


Etchers, London, 1893, and Society of Illustra- 


1516. The Coquette. 


tors, New York. 


Gallery 39, Wall A. 




1517. Half Hour Before Dinner. 


1120. After the Rain: Bayeux. 


Gallery 39, Wall A. 


Gallery 37, Wall B. 


1518. Meditation. 


1136. Ruined Castle on the Neckar. 


Gallery 39, Wall A. 


Gallery 37, Wall B. 


1519. Reverie. 


4304. The Walk Along the Ramparts. 


Gallery 39, Wall A. 


Gallery 119, Wall C. 


1520. The Mirror. 


4317. The Chapel on the Rock: Le Puy. 


Gallery 39, Wall A. 


Gallery 119, Wall C. 


1521. The Wind. 




Gallery 39, Wall A. 


Hall, Kleber. 


1522. Girl Yawning. 


Born Pittsfield, Mass., 1882. Studied: Mu- 


Gallery 39, Wall A. 
1523. STcetch. 


seum of Fine Arts, Boston, Mass., Wm. M. 


Gallery 39. Wall A. 


Chase, New York School of Art. 


1524. The Mincing Maid. 


3369. Constance. 


Gallery 39, Wall B. 
15 9 5 Sketch 


Gallery 70, Wall A. 


Gallery 39, Wall B. 




1526. Drawing. 


Hallowell, George Hawley. 


Gallery 39, Wall B. 


Born Boston, 1872. Studied with Benson, 
Tarbell, and H. B. Warren in painting; Rotch 
and H. L. Warren in architecture. Member: 
NYWCC 1904. Honors: Beal prize NYWCC 
1904; gold medal, St. Louis Exp, 1904. 
Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 


1527. The Empty Bed. 
Gallery 39, Wall B. 
1528. The Dancer. 
Gallery 39, Wall B. 
1529. Drawing. 
Gallery 39, Wall B. 
1530. I Won't. 
Gallery 39, Wall B. 


1705. Wood's Lake. 
Gallery 40, Wall A. 
1735. The Loean. 
Gallery 40, Wall B. 
1736. The Snow Path. 
Gallery 40, Wall B. 
1737. The Driving Pitch. 
Gallery 40, Wall B. 
1738. New Hampshire Snow. 
Gallery 40, Wall B. 
1739. Island Lake. 
Gallery 40, Wall B. 
1740. The Choppers. 
Gallery 40, Wall B. 


1531. Resignation. 
Gallery 39, Wall B. 
1532. Flirtation. 
Gallery 39, Wall B. 
1533. The Tulle' Sleeve. 
Gallery 39, Wall B. 
1534. Chagrin. 
Gallery 39, Wall C. 
1535. Drawing. 
Gallery 39. Wall C. 
1536. Binding Her Tresses. 
Gallery 39, Wall C. 
1537. Sheffield Plate. 
Gallery 39, Wall C. 
1538. Changeable Taffeta. 


Halpert, Samuel. 


Gallery 39, Wall C. 
1539. The Debutante. 


Born in New York. Studied with Bonnat 


Gallery 39, Wall C. 


in Paris. 


1540. Interested. 




Gallery 39, Wall D. 


4335. Still Life. 


1541. The Victory. 


Gallery 119, Wall C. 


Gallery 39, Wall D. 


4365. Lake George. 


1542. King's Cream Pony. 


Gallery 119, Wall D. 


Gallery 39, Wall D. 


4393. Interior. 


1543. King's Cream Pony. 


Gallery 120, Wall A. 


Gallery 39, Wall D. 



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Hamilton, John McClure (Continued). 

1544. King's Cream Pony. 

Gallery 39, Wall D. 

1545. King's Cream Pony. 

Gallery 39, Wall D. 
1540. Royal Coach. 

Gallery 39, Wall D. 

1547. Qui Vive! 

Gallery 39, Wall D. 

1548. Girl Stretching. 

Gallery 39, Wall D. 
2404. Gladstone at Hawarden. 

Gallery 49, Wall A. 
2413. Pennell. 

Gallery 49, Wall C. 
2417. Mother. 

Gallery 49, Wall C. 
2420. Sir Archibald Glikie. 

Gallery 49, Wall C. 

Hamilton, Mary Eiter. 

Born Culroso, Canada. Studied: Berlin, 
Italy, Paris. 

4394. Old Woman: Study. 

Gallery 120, Wall A. 
4449. The Poor. 

Gallery 120, Wall D. 

Hamilton, Wilbur Dean. 

Born Somerfield, Pa., 1862. Studied: Ecole 
des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Member: N. Y. 
Arch. Lg. 1899. Honors: Jordan prize in 
Boston; medal, Atlanta Exp., 1895. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 
2581. Portrait. 

Gallery 55, Wall C. 
4182. Spring. 

Gallery 118, Wall C. 
4407. Portrait of Justice McKenna 
Gallery 120, Wall A. 

Hammond, Arthur J. 

Born Vernon, Conn., 1875. Studied: Bos- 
ton, Eric Pape. 

3372. The Old Artist. 

Gallery 70, Wall B. 

Hansen, Armin C. 

Born in San Francisco, 1886. Studied: San 
Francisco, Stuttgart, Munich, Antwerp. 

Silrer Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2441. The Belated Boat. 

Gallery 50, Wall B. 

3161. At the Breakfast Table. 

Gallery 67, Wall B. 

Harding, Chester. 

Born Conway, Mass., 1792; died Boston, 
1866. Portrait painter. Self-taught. Went 
to London in 1832 and met with much suc- 
cess. 

2801. John Randolph of Roanoke. 

Lent by Corcoran Gallery of Art 
Gallery 60, Wall D. 

Harding, George. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa. Studied: PAFA 
and with Howard Pyle. Member: SI. 
69. The Fisherwoman. 

Gallery 26, Wall C. 
4345. The Wreckers. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 
4354. Colombo Harbor. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 

4357. Busy Day at the Docks. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 

4360. Night: Australian Desert. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 



Harland, Mary. 

Born in England. Studied: Mr. Borough 
Johnson's studio, London; Julian's studio, 
Paris. Honor?: Silver Medal, Alaska-Yukon- 
Pacific Exposition. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



1212. 



Italian Fisherman. 

Gallery 37, Case 3. 



Harper, Marian Dunlap. 

B9ni Keokuk, Iowa, 1884. Studied: Art 
Institute, Chicago, Paris. 

3830. Miss G. 

Gallery 40, Case 5. 
1831. My Dear. 

Gallery 40, Case 5. 

Harrison, Alexander. 

Born Philadelphia, 1853. Studied: PAFA; 
Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Bastien Lepage and 
(Jerome in Paris. Member: SAA 1885; ANA 
1898; NA 1901; Phila. WCC (hon.); Cercle 
d'Union Artistique; Soc. Nat. des Beaux- Arts; 
Royal Inst. of Painters in Oil Colors, London; 
Soc. of Secessionists, Berlin and Munich 
(cor.): Nat. Inet. A. L. Honors: Hon. men- 
tion, Paris Salon, 1885; Temple silver medal, 
PAFA 1887; gold medal, Paris Exp., 1889; 
second medal, Munich Salon, 1891; medal of 
honor, Brussels and Ghent 1892; gold medal 
of honor, PAFA 1894; medals of honor at 
Vienna and Berlin. Chevalier of Legion of 
Honor 1889, Officer 1901; Officer of Public 
Instruction, by French Government. 
2526. Moon Clouds. 

Gallery 54, Wall A. 
2557. Sun Glitter. 

Gallery 54, Wall D. 
2566. Wave Glitter. 

Gallery 55, Wall A. 
2597. Sun : Sea. 

Gallery 55, Wall D. 
3080. The Joy of Life. 

Gallery 66, Wall C. 
4161. Nature's Mirror. 

Gallery 11& Wall A, 

Harrison, Birge. 

Born Philadelphia, 1854. Studied with 
Cabanel in Paris. Member: ANA 1902; NA 
1910; SAA 1882; Nat. Inst. A. L.; NAC (life); 
Honors: Silver Medal, Paris Exp., 1889; 
medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; bronze 
medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; second 
Corcoran prize, S. Wash. A, 1904; silver 
medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; "Hprs Concours," 
Paris Salon, Director and Chief Instructor, 
Summer Landscape School of Art Students' 
League of New York. 

2236. White Wings. 

Gallery 45, Wall C. 

2239. The Red Saw Mill. 

Gallery 45, Wall D. 

2240. The Tow on the Lake. 

Gallery 45, Wall D. 
2242. Evening in Philadelphia. 
Gallery 45, Wall D. 

Hart, James McDougal. 

Born Kilmarnock, Scotland, 1828; died New 
York, 1901. Taken to America in 1831. 
Studied with his brother, William Hart, and 
in 1851 with Schirmer in Dusseldorf. ANA 
1857; NA 1859. 

2714. On the Croton. 

Lent by Fred E. Sander, Esq. 
Gallery 59, Wall A. 



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Hartman, C. Bertram. 

Born Junction City, Kansas, 1882. Studied 
Art Institute, Chicago. Member: SWA. 



3243. 



Two Natures. 

Gallery 68, Wall A. 



Haseltine, Charles F. 

Born Philadelphia, 1840. Studied in Europe. 
Honors: Gold Medal, American Art Associa- 
tion; Second Prize, Philadelphia Sketch Club. 

2089. Summer Day in Vermont. 

Gallery 58, Wall B. 
2003. Summer Day in New Hampshire. 

Gallery '58, Wall B. 
2725. In the Woods. 

Gallery 59, Wall A. 

Haseltine, William Stanley. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1835. Studied: 
Philadelphia, with Paul Weber; Dusseldorf, 
Germany. Painted for over thirty years in 
Dusseldorf, Venice and Rome. Academician 
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; Aca- 
demician of New York Academy of Design, 
elected 1861. 

2730. Cannes. 

Gallery 59, Wall B. 

Hassam, Chilcie. 

Born Boston, 1859. Studied with Boulanger 
and Lefebvre in Pari c . Member: ANA 1902; 
NA 1906; AWCS; NYWCC; Ten Am. P.; Mu- 
nich Secession (cor.); Assoc. Nat. des Beaux- 
Arts; Nat. Inst. AL. Honors: Bronze medal, 
Paris Exp., 1889; gold medal, Munich, 1892; 
medal AC Phila. 1892; bronze medal, Colum 
bian Exp., Chicago, 1893; prize, Cleveland Art 
Assoc. 1893; Webb prize, SAA 1895; prize, 
Boston AC 1896; second class medal, C. I. 
Pittsburgh, 1898; Temple gold medal, PAFA 
1899; silver medal. Paris Exp., 1900; gold 
medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; gold 
medal, St. Loui= Exp., 1904; Clarke prize, NAD 
1905; third class medal, C. I. Pittsburgh, 190-5; 
Lippincott prize, PAFA 1906; Carnegie prize, 
SAA 1906; third prize, Worcester, 1906; Ses- 
nan gold medal, PAFA 1910; third W. A. 
Clark prize, Corcoran AG 1910; Evans prize, 
AWCS 1912. 

3090. The Terre Cuit Tea Set. 
Gallery 78, Wall A. 

3097. Newfields: New Hampshire. 

Gallery 78, Wall A. 

3098. Moonrise at Sunset. 

Gallery 78, Wall A. 

3099. Isles of Shoals: Duck Island. 

Gallery 78, Wall A. 

3700. The Sauall : Gloucester. 

Gallery 78, Wall A. 

3701. Der Groot House: Haarlem. 

Gallery 78, Wall A. 

3702. St. Michaels: Lannion. 

Gallery 78, Wall A. 

3703. Skull Springs: Oregon. 

Gallery 78, Wall A. 

3704. Happy Valley: Harney Desert. 

Gallery 78, Wall A. 

3705. Puerta del Sol: Toledo. 

Gallery 78, Wall A. 
3700. Brittany Cottage. 

Gallery 78, Wall A. 

3707. In the Shadow of the Vine. 

Gallery 78, Wall A. 

3708. Reading the Letter. 

Gallery 78, Wall B. 

3709. Diana's Bath. 

Gallery 78, Wall B. 



Hassam, Childe (Continued). 

3710. The West Indian Girl. 

Gallery 78, Wall B. 

3711. Couch on the Porch: Cos Cob. 

Gallery 78, Wall B. 

3712. New England Peaches and Grapes. 

Gallery 78, Wall B. 

3713. The Strawberry Tea Set. 

Gallery 78, Wall B. 

3714. Portrait of a Young Girl. 

Gallery 78, Wall B. 

3715. California Hills in Spring. 

Gallery 78, Wall C. 

3710. The Fete of Lannion: Grey Evening. 
Gallery 78, Wall C. 

3717. Brelevenez. 

Gallery 78, Wall C. 

3718. Lannion. 

Gallery 78, Wall C. 

3719. Brelevenez: 2nd. 

Gallery 78, Wall C. 

3720. The Quais: Lannion. 

Gallery 78, Wall C. 

3721. The Blue Sea: Appledore. 

Gallery 78, Wall C. 

3722. The Old House: September. 

Gallery 78, Wall C. 

3723. The Old House with Elms. 

Gallery 78, Wall C. 

3724. Weir's Farm; the Rain. 

Gallery 78, Wall C. 

3725. Street in Haarlem. 

Gallery 78, Wall C. 
3720. Antwerp Cathedral Spire. 
Gallery 78, Wall C. 

3727. La Clarte. 

Gallery 78, Wall C. 

3728. Sunset: New England Coast. 

Gallery 78, Wall C. 

3729. The Ancient Window of Nemours. 

Gallery 78, Wall C. 

3730. The Yachts: Gloucester Harbor. 

Gallery 78, Wall D. 

3731. Aphrodite. 

Gallery 78, Wall D. 

3732. The South Ledges. 

Gallery 78, Wall D. 

3733. The Woman with Black Furs and 

Fire Opals. 

Gallery 78, Wall D. 

Hawley, Margaret Foote. 

Born Guilford. Conn., 1880. Studied: Cor- 
coran School, Washington, D. C.; Academy 
Colorossi, Paris, etc. 



Portrait of Miss Barbara Quin. 

Gallery 37, Case 13. 

Portrait of Miss Jean Hooke. 

Gallery 37, Case 13. 
1300. Sketch of 'a Jewish Boy. 

Gallery 37, Case 13. 

1303. Portrait of Clarence Williams. 

Gallery 37, Case 13. 



Haworth, Edith. 

Born Detroit, Mich., 1870. Studied: De- 
troit, New York. Paris. 

3048. Rainy Evening. 

Gallery 36, Wall D. 

4131. Gibraltar. 

Gallery 117, Wall C. 

4132. Midsummer. 

Gallerv 117, Wall C. 

4133. Cypress Tree. 

Gallery 117, Wall C. 

4134. African Coast. 

Gallery 117, Wall C. 

4135. Village S'treet: Provincetown. 

Gallery 117, Wall C. 



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Hawthorne, Charles Webster. 

Born in Maine, 1872. Studied: NAD and 
ASL in N. Y.; Chase at Shinnecock, L. I. 
Member: ANA 1908; NA 1911; NAC; Assoc. 
Societe Nat. des Beaux- Arts, Paris. Honors: 
Obrig prize, Salma. C, 1902; first Hallgarten 
prize, NAD 1904; Evans prize, Salma. C., 
1904; Shaw prize, Salma. C., 1904; second 
prize, Worcester, 1904; second Hallgarten prize, 
NAD 1906; Hon. mention, C. I. Pittsburgh, 
1908; silver medal, Buenos Aires Exp., 1910; 
Clark prize, NAD 1911. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



Fisherman's Daughter. 

Gallery 85, Wall B. 
3843. Granddaughter. 

Gallery 85, Wall B. 
0844. The Market Woman. 

Gallery 85, Wall B. 
3855. Mother and Child. 

Gallery 85, Wall D. 



Hayden, Charles H. 

Born Plymouth, Mass., 1856; died Belmont, 
Mass., 1901. Studied: Boston Museum of 
Fine Arts; Boulanger, Lefebvre, and R. Collin 
in Paris. Honors: Hon. mention, Paris Ex- 
position, 1889; Jordan Prize, Boston, 1895; 
Silver Medal, Atlanta Exposition, 1895; Bronze 
Medal, Paris Exposition, 1900'. 

2621. Landscape. 

Lent by St. Botolph Club. 
Gallery 56. Wall C. 



Hazelton, Mary Brewster. 

Born Milton, Mass. Studied: Museum Fine 
Arts School, Boston, and Edmund C. Tarbell. 
Honors: Pear's prize, first Paige scholarship, 
Hallgarten prize, 1896, NAD. Hon. mention, 
Pan- Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2107. The Letter. 

Gallery 43, Wall A. 
2272. Reverie. 

Gallery 46, Wall A. 
Hazen, Wilhelmina. 

Born Gilroy, Cal., 1881. Studied: School 
of Design : Academic Moderne, Paris. 
1888. Twin Pearls. 

Gallery 40, Case 10. 
1800. La Senora G. 

Gallery 40, Case 10. 
1891. Brownie. 

Gallery 40, Case 10. 

Healy, G. P. A. 

Born Boston, 1813; died Chicago, 1894. 
Studied in Paris from 1836. Went to Chica- 
go about 1858 and painted portraits. Revisit- 
ed Europe in 1869, and resided long in Rome. 
Honors: Third Class Medal, 1840; Second 
Class, 1855. 

2706. Daniel Webster. 

Lent by John Frederick Lewis. 
Gallery 60, Wall D. 

Hecht, Victor David. 

Born Paris, France, 1873. Studied: ASL 
of N. Y. ; Lefebvre and Robert-Fleury in 
Paris; Julian Academy. Member: Nat. Assn. 
of Port. P. 

4165. Portrait of Mrs. Irving Stern. 
Gallery 118, Wall A. 



Hell, Charles Emile. , 

Born Boston, 1870. Studied in Boston and 
Paris. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

!U4. Young Catbird. 

Gallery 36, Case 1. 

045. Bhiejay. 

Gallery 36, Case 1. 

046. Black-cap Chickadee. 

Gallery 36, Case 2. 

1038. Field Sparrow. 

Gallery 36, Case 8. 

1039. Chickens. 

Gallery 36, Case 8. 

1040. Golden-crowned Kinglet, No. 2. 

Gallery 36, Case 8. 

1041. Phoebe. 

Gallery 36, Case 9. 

1042. Golden-crowned Kinglet, No. 1. 

Gallery 36, Case 9. 

1043. Young Bluejay. 

Gallery 36, Case 9. 



Henderson, A. Elizabeth. 

Born Ashland, Ky., 1873. Studied: ASL 
of N. Y.; New York School of Art, and Cin- 
cinnati Academy. 

1201. The Daily Chapter. 

Gallery 37, Case 2. 
1203. The Violin. 

Gallery 37, Case 2. 
1207. Lessons. 

Gallery 37, Case 2. 



Henri, Robert. 

Born Cincinnati, Ohio, 1865. Studied: 
PAFA; Julian Academy and Ecole des Beaux- 
Arts in Paris; in Spain and Italy. Member: 
SAA 1903; ANA 1905; NA 190-6; Nat. Inst. 
A. L.; Port. P.; Am. PS. Honors: Silver 
Medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver 
medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; Harris prize, 
AIC 1905; gold medal, AC Phila., 1909; silver 
medal, Buenos Aires Exp., 1910. 

Sih'er Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2487. Chinese Lady. 

Gallery 51, Wall C. 
2489. Himself. 

Gallery 51, Wall C. 
2491. Odalisque. 

Gallery 51, Wall C. 
2493. Herself. 

Gallery 51, Wall C. 
2495. Yen Taidi (Ground Sparrow). 

Gallery 51, Wall C. 
2498. Blue Kimono. 

Gallery 51, Wall D. 
2501. Lady in Black Velvet. 

Gallery 51, Wall D. 



Henry, Edward Lamson. 

Born Charleston, S. C., 1841. Studied: 
PAFA and F. Weber in Philadelphia; buisse, 
Gleyre and Courbet in Paris. Member: ANA 
1867; NA 1869; AWCS. Honors: Hon. men- 
tion, Paris Exp., 1889; medal, New Orleans 
Exp., 1885; medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 
1893; bronze medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 
1901; silver medal, Charleston Exp., 1902; 
bronze medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

2931. The Presidential Election of 1844. 
Gallery 64, Wall A. 



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Herkomer, Herman G. 

Born Cleveland, Ohio, 1863. Studied: New 
York, London, Munich and Paris. Honors: 
Hon. mention, Paris Salon. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3361. Mrs. Hamilton Griffin. 

Gallery 70, Wall A. 
3363. Sir Hubert von Herkomer, R. A. 

Gallery 70, Wall A. 
3365. Portrait: William Harvey, Esq. 

Gallery 70, Wall A. 

Herr, Margaret. 

Born Ohio, 1886. Studied: New York 
School of Art. Honors: Scholarship, 1909; 
first miniature prize from Catherine Lorrilard 
Wolfe Club, N. Y., 1910. 

1780. Portrait of Miss Dougal. 

Gallery 40, Case 1. 
1791. Malvina. 

Gallery 40, Case 1. 

Heuermann, Magda. 

Born Galesburg, 111. Studied with F. H. C. 
Lammons in Chicago; Roth, Lenbach and 
Duerr in Munich. Member: Artists' Guild, 
Chicago SAC. Honors: Medals at New Or- 
leans, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Columbian Exp., 
Chicago, 1893. 

1898. Franz von Lenbach. 

Gallery 40, Case 2. 

1899. Miss Virginia. 

Gallery 40, Case 2. 
1907. My Father. 

Gallery 40, Case 2. 

Heynemann, Julia H. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

4115. Old Chinatown. San Francisco. 

Gallery 117. Wall B. 
4188. Miss Molly Mnir. 

Gallery 118, Wall C. 
4199. Mrs. Arthur Svmons. 

Gallery 118. Wall D. 
4433. The Spanish Coat. 

Gallery 120, Wall C. 

Hicks, Thomas. 

Born in Newton, Pa., 1823; died 1890. Be- 
gan portrait painting at fifteen. Studied: 
PA FA: NA and in London, Paris, Florence 
and Rome. Returned to New York in 1849 
and began a successful career as a portrait 
nainter. President Artists' Fund Society of 
New York, 1873-1885. 

2703. A Friendly Warning. 

Lent by Robert M. Olyphant, Esq. 
Gallery 58, Wall C. 

Higgins, Eugene. 

Born Kansas City. Mo., 1874. Studied with 
Laurens, Benjamin-Constant, Genome and Ecole 
des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Member Societe Na- 
tional des Beaux-Arts et Lettres. 



2262. 



The Strange Land. 

Gallery 46, Wall A. 



Hildebrandt, Cornelia Ellis. 

Born Eau Claire. Wis. Studied: Art In- 
stitute. Chicago: Dresden, Germany; Paris, 
with Augustus Koopman and Virginia Reynold?. 



1312. 



Baby's Head. 

Gallery 37, Case 14. 



Hill, Thomas. 

2748. Foothills in Mariposa County. 

Gallery 59, Wall D. 
2756. Lake Tenaya. 

Gallery 59, Wall D. 

Hills, Laura Coombs. 

Born Newburyport, Mass., 1859. Studied: 
With Helen M. Knowlton; Cowles Art School 
in Boston; ASL of N. Y. Member: SAA 
1897; ANA 1906; Am. S. Min. P. (vice-pres.). 
Honors: Bronze medal, Paris Exp., 1900; sec- 
ond Corcoran prize, S. Wash. A. 1901; silver 
medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver 
medal, Charleston Exp., 1902; gold medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904. 

Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1947. Little Agnes. 

Gallery 40, Case 16. 

1948. Girl with Violets. 

Gallery 40, Case 16. 

1949. Miss Margaret Curzon Hale. 

Gallery 40, Case 16. 

1950. The Nymph. 

Gallery 40, Case 16. 

1951. Portrait. 

Gallery 40, Case 16. 

1952. Psyche. 

Gallery 40. Case 16. 
4190. The Morning Cup. 

Gallery 118, Wall C. 

Hinkle, Clarence K. 

Born Auburn, Cal., 1880. Studied: The 
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. 

2131. Portrait. 

Gallery 43, Wall C. 

Hitchcock, George. 

Born Providence, R. I., 1850. Studied with 
Lefebvre and Boulanger in Paris; H. W. Mes- 
dag in Holland. Member: ANA 1909; Vienna 
Academy (cor.); Munich Secession. Officer 
Order of Franz Josef. Honors: Hon. men- 
tion, Paris Salon, 1887; gold medal, Paris Exp., 
1889; medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; 
medals, Berlin, 1896; Dresden, 1897; Vienna, 
1898; Munich, 1900. 

2615. Vanquished. 

Gallery 56, Wall B. 

2616. In Brabant. 

Gallery 56, Wall B. 

Hittle, Margaret A. 

Born Victor, Iowa, 1886. Studied: AIC. 
Honors: Frederick Magnus Brand Composi- 
tion, second prize, 1909. 

4086. Flower Beds at Reissig's. 
Gallery 117, Wall A. 

Hobart, Clark. 

Born Rockford, 111. Studied: Mark Hop- 
kins Institute, San Francisco; ASL, N. Y. ; 
three years in Paris; with Cadenasso, then 
with Keith in San Francisco; Robert Blum in 
New York. 

4104. The Blue Bay: Monterey. 
Gallery 117, Wall B. 

Hoeber, Arthur. 

Born New York, 1854. Studied: ASL of 
N. Y. under Beckwith; Ecole des Beaux-Arts, 
under Gerome in Paris. Member: ANA 1909. 
Honors: Hon. mention, Pan- Am. Exp., Buf- 
falo, 1901. 

3292. The Meadow Brook. 

Gallery 69, Wall A. 

3316. Spray. 

Gallery 69, Wall C. 



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Hoffman. Harry Leslie. 

Born Cresson, Pa. Studied with Dumond 
in New York; Laurens in Paris. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 
4180. A Mood of Spring. 

Gallery 118, Wall B. 

4197. Saturday Morning: Savannah Mar- 
ket. 

Gallery 118, Wall D. 

Homer, Winslow. 

Born in Boston, 1836; died 1910. Studied 
for a brief time at the National Academy of 
Design and with Frederic Rondel, but was 
mainly self-taught. Member: NAD; AWCS; 
Nat. Inst. AL. Honors: Gold Medal, World's 
Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; first 
prize, Carnegie Institute, 1896; gold medal, 
PAFA, 1896; gold medal, Exposition Univer- 
selle, Paris, 190Q; gold medal, Pan- American 
Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; Temple gold medal, 
PAFA, 1902; gold medal, Charleston Exposi- 
tion, 1902; gold medal, Universal Exposition, 
St. Louis, 1904. 

2514. The Coming Storm. 

Lent by The Lotus Club. 
Gallery 54, Wall A. 

2515. The Home Signal. 

Gallery 54. Wall A. 

2516. Sunlight and Shadow. 

Gallery 54, Wall A. 

2517. Fisherfolks: Tynemouth. 

Gallery 54, Wall A. 

2518. A Country Lad. 

Gallery 54, Wall A. 

2519. Afternoon Fog. 

Lent by John Calvin Stevens, Esq. 
Gallery 54, Wall A. 

2520. The Wreck. 

Lent by The Carnegie Institute. 
Gallery 54, Wall A. 

2521. Summer Afternoon. 

Gallery 54, Wall A. 

2522. The Butterfly. 

Gallery 54, Wall A. 

2523. The Yellow Jacket, 

Gallery 54, Wall A. 

2524. An Adirondack Lake. 

Lent by Horace C. Henry, Esq. 
Gallery 54, Wall A. 

2525. Gathering Autumn Leaves. 

Gallery 54, Wall A. 
2540. The Watermelon Bug. 

Gallery 54, Wall B. 
2548. Unruly Calf. 

Lent by The Brooklyn Museum. 

Gallery 54, Wall C. 

Hooper, Rosa. 

Born in San Franci?cp, 1876. Studied: 
Paris, Dresden, San Francisco. Honor: Alas- 
ka-Yukon Exposition, "Grand Prix." 

1205. Doesn't Your Mama Wash Your 

Face? 

Gallery 3'7, Case 2. 

1206. A Frenchman. 

Gallery 37, Case 2. 
1208. Grandfather. 

Gallery 37, Case 2. 

Hopkins, James R. 

Born in Ohio, 1878. Studied: Cincinnati 
Art Academy. Honors: Lippincott prize, 
PAFA 1908; Bronze Medal, Buenos Aires, 
1910. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

2241. Memories. 

Gallery 45, Wall D. 



Hopkins, James R. (Continued). 
2243. Mandarin Blue. 

Gallery 45, Wall D. 
2308. Frivolity. 

Gallery 47, Wall A. 
2318. Beside the Lake. 

Gallery 47, Wall A. 

Hopkinson, Charles. 

Born Cambridge, Mass., 1869. Studied: 
ASL of N. Y. Member: SAA 1898. Honors: 
Bronze medal, Pan-Am. Exp., 1901; bronze 
medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; second prize 
($200), Worcester Museum, 1902 and 1905. 

Silrer Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1703. Effect of Light, 

Gallery 40, Wall A. 

1704. Effect of Light. 

Gallery 40, Wail A. 

1707. Effect of Light. 

Gallery 40, Wall A. 

1708. Effect of Light. 

Gallery 40, Wall A. 
3371. Portrait. 

Gallery 70, Wall B. 
3470. Knitting. 

Gallery 72, Wall A. 
4201. Salem Bay: Massachusetts. 

Gallery 118, Wall D. 

Houlalian, Kathleen. 

Born in Winnipeg, Canada. Studied with 
Robert Henri. 

2694. Portrait. 

Gallery 58, Wall C. 

Hovenden, Thomas. 

Born in Ireland, 1840. Came to United 
States in 1863. One of the first to take up 
Brittany subjects. Painted studies of Negro 
life. "Breaking Home Ties" was conspicuous 
in World's Columbian Exposition in 1893. 
Taught in the Pennsylvania Academy of the 
Fine Arts after Thomas Eakins. Died in 1895. 
2964. Peonies. 

Lent by Edward H. Coates, Esq. 
Gallery 64, Wall C. 
2972. Breaking Home Ties. 

Lent by Charles Gustos Harrison, 

Jr., Esq. 
Gallery 64, Wall D. 

Howard, Clara E. 

Born Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1866. Studied: 
ASL; NAD, N. Y.; William M. Chase, George 
de Forest-Brush. Member: AM. S. Min. P.: 
Association of Western Painters and Sculp- 
tors. . 
. 1286. Cadet, 

Gallery 37, Case 12. 

Howe, William Henry. 

Born Ravenna, Ohio. 1846. Studied with 
Otto de Thoren and Vuillefroy in Paris. Mem- 
ber: ANA 1894; NA 1897; SAA 1899; Nat. 
Inst. A. L. Honors: Hon. mention, New 
Orleans Exp., 1885; Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 
1886; third class medal, Paris Salon, 1888: 
silver medal. Paris Exp., 1889; Temple gold 
medal, PAFA, 1890; grand gold medal, Crystal 
Palace, London, 1890; gold medal, Boston, 
1890; medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; 
gold medal, California Mid-Winter Exp., 1894; 
gold medal, Atlanta Exp., 1895; Officer d'Acad- 
einie, Paris. 1896: Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1899; silver medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buf- 
falo. 1901. 

2576. Low Lands: Holland. 

Gallery 55, Wall B. 



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Rowland, Alfred C. 

Born Walpole, N. II., 1838. Died Pasadena, 
Cal., 1909. Studied: Dusseldorf Royal Acad- 
emy, with Emile Lambinet in Paris three years. 
Associated with the Barbizon artists. 

2087. Saturday Afternoon 

Gallery 58, Wall B. 

2088. At Manchester: Vermont. 

Gallery 58. Wall B. 
2708. At Cernay la Ville. 

Gallery 58, Wall D. 

H-wland, Allen S. 

Born Swatow, China. Studied: Boston 
Museum of Fine Arts School with E. C. Tar- 
bell, Frank W. Benson, and Philip L. Hale. 

1013. Portrait of Miss A. 

Gallery 40, Case 12. 
1015. Portrait Study. 

Gallery 40, Case 12. 

Hubbard, Mary Wilson. 

Born Springfield, Mass., 1871. Studied: 
ASL of N. Y.; Constant in Paris. 



4:55 



A Portrait Sketch. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 



Hubbell, Henry Salem. 

Born Paola, Kan., 1870. Studied: AIC; 
Whistler, Collin, Laurens and Constant in 
Paris. Member: ANA 1906; Port. P.; SWA. 
Honors: Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 1901; 
third class medal. Paris Salon, 1904; silver 
medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; third prize, Wor- 
cester (Mass) Museum, 1905; third Harris 
prize and bronze medal, AIC 1910. 

4108. The Crimson Charger. 
Gallery 118, Wall D. 

Hudspeth, E. N. 

Born Caledonia, Ontario. Canada, 1862. 
Studied: Academy Julien, Paris. 

1242. Miss Dorothy Dodge. 

Gallery 37, Case 7. 
1246. Rev. Canon Tremayne. 

Gallery 37, Case 7. 

Hunt, E. Aubrey. 

Born Wevmouth, Mass., 1855. Studied with 
Gerome in Paris. Member: English Art Club, 
London. 

2537. A Tidal River. 

Gallery 54, Wall B. 
4352. Morocco. 

Gallery 110, Wall C. 

Hunt, William Morris. 

Born Brattleboro, Vt., 1824; died Weather- 
field, Vt., 1879. Entered the Dusseldorf Acad- 
emy in 1846 to study sculpture. Studied un- 
der Couture in Paris, and in Holland. In 
1862 opened a studio in Boston, where he 
painted many portraits and figure composi- 
tion?. Best known portrait that of Chief Jus- 
tice Shaw. In 1875 went to Mexico. His 
famous picture of the Niagara Falls sold for 
ten thousand dollars a short time after his 
death. He executed in the Capitol at Albany 
the first American mural paintings of impor- 
tance. 



Silvov Lake: Newtonville: Mass 
Gallery 54, Wall B. 



Hunt, William Morris (Continued). 

253t). Woman's Portrait. 

Lent by Mrs. Inez Gilmore. 

Gallery 54, Wall B. 
2070. The Flight of Night. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Aca- 
demy of the Fine Arts. 

Gallery 64. Wall D. 

4206. On the Exposition Grounds, No. 1. 

Gallery 110, Wall B. 

4207. On the Exposition Grounds, No. 2. 

Gallery 110, Wall B. 

Hunter, Isabel. 

4206 On the Exposition Grounds: No. 1. 

Gallery 110, Wall B. 
On the Exposition Grounds: No. 2. 
Gallery 110, Wall B. 



4'0 



Hunter, Sara Katherine. 

1844. Study of a Head. 

Gallery 40, Case 6. 

Huntington, Daniel. 

Born in New York. 1816: died 1906. 
Studied with S. F. B. Morse, and later with 
Inman, and with Ferrero in Rome in 1839 
and 1844. President of the NAD for twenty- 
five years, resigned in 1890. Received degree 
of L. L. D. from Hamilton College. 

2734. Sketcher. 

Lent by The Brooklyn Museum. 
Gallery 59, Wall B. 

Huntingt->n, Margaret Wendell. 

Born Nahant, Mass. Studied: New York, 
Madrid and P^ris. Member of Union Inter- 
nationale des Beaux-Arts et de Lettres, Paris, 
1913. 

3016. Still Life. 

Gallery 65, Wall B. 

Hurley, Edward Timothy. 

Born Cincinnati, 1869. Studied: Cincin- 
mti Art Academy under Frank Duveneck. 
Member: Chicago SE; SWA. 

2444. Murmuring. 

Gnllerv 50. Wall B. 
3144. The New Ye*r. 

Gallery 67, Wall A. 

Hurley, Irene Bishop. 

Born Colorado Spriners, Colo., 1881. Studied: 
Cincinnati Art Academy. Member: SWA. 



1331. 



Portrait of Mrs. H. 

Gallery 37. Case 15. 



Hurry, Lucy W. 

Born Ha^erstown. Md., 1884. Studied: 
ASL of N. Y. with Kenyon Cox. 

1044. The Poicock. 

Gallery 36. C^se 0. 

1045. The Concert in the Garden. 

Gallerv 36. C*se 9. 

1046. Waiting for the Stagecoach. 

Gallery 36, Case 9. 

Hutchison, F. W. 

Born Montreal, Canada. Studied: Mon- 
treal with Brymner: Chase School. New York; 
Julian Academy. Paris, with Benjamin Con- 
stant and Jean Paul Laurens. 

3602. A Northern 'River. 

Gallery 74, Wall C. 



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Hyde, William Henry. 

Born New York, 1858. Studied with Bou- 
langer, Lefebvre, Doucet and Alexander Har- 
rison in Paris. Member: ANA 1900; SAA 
1893. Honors: Hon. mention. Paris Exp., 
1900; bronze medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 
1901. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3387. Yera. 

Gallery 70, Wall D. 



Hyett, Will J. 

Born Cheltenham. England, 1876. Studied: 
Cheltenham Art School; also with Sir Alfred 
East, R. A. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3590. Cross Roads : Ravenrock. 
Gallery 74, Wall A. 

Ingersoll, Emma K. H. 

Born Chicago, 111., 1878. Studied: Chica- 
go Art Institute. Honors: Bronze Medal, St. 
Louis Exposition. 

1910. Mary Meige. 

Gallery 40, Case 12. 

1911. Baby Dan. 

Gallery 40, Case 12. 
1917. Portrait Sketch. 

Gallery 40, Case 12. 



Inman, Henry. 

Born in Utica, N. Y., 1801; died in New 
York, 1846. Studied with J. W. Jarvis. One 
of the founders of the NAD and it? first Vice- 
President. Settled in Philadelphia, 1832, 
where he was engaged in the introduction of 
lithography. Director PAFA 1834-36. Visit- 
ed Europe in 1845. 

2715. Portrait of Henry Pratt. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 

edy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 59, Wall A. 
2726. Picnic in the Catskills. 

Lent by the Brooklyn Museum. 
Gallery 59, Wall B. 
Mumble-the-Peg. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 

edy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 59, Wall D. 



Inness, George. 

Born Newburgh. New York. 1825. Died 
1894. Studied in New York and in the Euro- 
pean capitals; under Regis Gi^noux in New 
York for a few months. Spent the years 
1847-48 studying and painting in Rome. 
Elected Associate of National Academy, 1853; 
Academician, 1868. 



2747. 



2541 



The Clouded Sun. 

Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 

Gallery 54, Wall B. 
In the Berkshire Hills. 

Lent by the Rhode Island School 
of Design. 

Gallery 54, Wall C. 
The Coming Storm. 

Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts 
Academy. 

Gallery 54, Wall D. 



Irvine, Wilson. 

Born Byron, 111., 1869. Studied: AIC. 
Member: Chicago SA; Chicago WCC; SWA 
(Assoc.). Honors: Martin 11. Colin prize, 
Art Institute, Chicago, 1912. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2431. The Chasm. 

Gallery 50, Wall A. 
3477. The Bathing Beach. 

Gallery 72, Wall A. 
3504. Laughing June. 

Gallery 72, Wall C. 

Isham, Samuel. 

Born New York, 1855. Studied: Julian 
Academy in Paris under Jacquesson de la 
Chevreuse, Boulanger and Lefebvre. Member: 
SAA 1891; ANA 1900; NA 1906; NYWCC; 
N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1891; Nat. Inst. A. L. Hon- 
or: Silver Medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

2544. In the Park. 

Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts 

Academy. 
Gallery 54, Wall C. 

Jackson, Annie Hurlburt. 

Born Minneapolis, Minn., 1877. Studied in 
Boston. 

1348. Lapis Lazuli. 

Gallery 37, Case 17. 
1350. Baby's Head. 

Gallery 37, Case 17. 

1352. The Blue Mantle. 

Gallery 37, Case 17. 

1353. Helen Kreck. 

Gallery 37, Case 17. 

1354. Mrs. Arthur Pickering Almy. 

Gallery 37, Case 17. 

1355. Little Newsie. 

Gallery 37, Case 17. 
4351. Child's Head. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 

Jakobi, Ruth. 

Born in New York, 1893. 

970. City Square. 

Gallery 36, Case 4. 

971. Reaping. 

Gallery 36, Case 4. 
973. Brooklyn Bridge. 

Gallery 36, Case 4. 
9S8. Towards Evening. 

Gallery 36, Case 5. 

989. Atlantic City. 

Gallery 36, Case 5. 

990. On the Sand. 

Gallery 36, Case 5. 

991. Silent Street. 

Gallery 36, Case 5. 

992. The Beach. 

Gallery 36, Case 5. 
993'. Water Front. 

Gallery 36, Case 5. 

Jamar, S. Corinne. 

Born Elkton, Md. Studied: Chicago Art 
Institute; Drexel Institute, Philadelphia. 

1985. Bob. 

Gallery 40, Case 19. 

James, William. 

Horn Cambridge, Mass., 1882. Studied: 
Boston, Paris. 

'Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



2140. 



Portrait Study. 

Gallery 43, Wall C. 



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Jansson, Alfred. 

Born in Sweden, 1863. Studied in Stock- 
holm and Paris. Member: Chicago SA. Hon- 
ors: Awarded Tulius Rosewald Prize, Art In- 
stitute, 1912; Swedish Club prize in 1911 and 
1912; the Martin B. Chase prize, 1914, Art 
Institute, Chicago, 111. 

2502. Illinois Landscape. 

Gallery 55, Wall C. 

Jarvis, John Wesley. 

Born in South Shields, England, 1780; died 
in New York, 1840. Cared for in England 
until 1785 by his uncle, the celebrated John 
Wesley; at that date was sent to his father 
in Philadelphia. One of the earliest painters 
to take up art atanomy, and noted as "one of 
the best portrait painters of his day." 

2781. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

Lent by Clarence Winthrop Bow- 
en, Esq. 
Gallery 50, Wall B. 

Jay, Cecil. 

Born London, England, 1884. Studied: 
South Kensington School, London; Sir Hubert 
von Herkomer School, and with George Hitch- 
cock, Holland. 

Silver Medal for Miniature Painting, Pan- 
ama-Pacific International Exposition, San Fran- 
cisco, 1915. 

Honorable Mention for Oil Painting, Pan- 
ama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

1215. Maternity. 

Gallery 37, Case 4. 

1217. Maternity. 

Gallery 07, Case 4. 

1218. The Love Letter. 

Gallery 37, Case 4. 
1210. Maternity. 

Gallery 37, Case 4. 
1220. Dancing Bacchante. 

Gallery 37, Case 4. 
4102. Torn Skirt. 

Gallery 117. Wall A. 

Jewett, William. 

Born East Haddam, Conn., about 1795. 
When a boy of sixteen he ground colors for 
the portrait painter Waldo. After being with 
Waldo for ten years he was offered a joint 
interest in his "business of portrait painting." 

2729. Portrait: Samuel L. Waldo. 

Lent by the National Academy 

of Design. 
Gallery 50, Wall B. 

Johansen, John Christen. 

Born Copenhagen, Denmark, 1876. Studied: 
AIC: Duveneck; Julian Academy in Paris. 
Member: ANA 1911; Port. P. Honors: Mu- 
nicipal League Purchase prize and Young 
Fortnightly prize, AIC 190'3; Hon. mention, 
Arts C. of Chicago 190-3: silver medal, Chi- 
cago SA 1904; bronze medal, St. Louis Exp., 
1904; gold medal, Buenos Aires Exp., 1910; 
Saltus gold medal, NAD 1911; hon. mention, 
C. I. Pittsburgh, 1912. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 



Approaching Storm. 

Gallery 68, Wall A. 
The Rider. 

Gallery 68, Wall B. 



Johansen, John Christen (Continued.) 

3248. Venetian Arcade. 

Gallery 68, Wall B. 
3240. Village Rider. 

Gallery 68. Wall B. 
3250. Portrait of Miss F. B. 

Gallery 68, Wall B. 

Johnson, David. 

Born New York, 1827; died at Walclen, N. 
Y., 1908. Studied with J. F. Cropsey. Chiefly 
self-taught. Elected ANA 1860; NA 1861. 

2782. Portrait: William S 1 . Mount. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Gallery'. 60, Wall B. 

Johnson, Eastman. 

Born Lovell, Maine, 1824; died New York, 
1906. Genre painter. Studied in Dusseldorf, 
and later in Italy, Paris and The Hague. His 
most popular works are those depicting Ameri- 
can life. Elected NA I860.. 

678 Henry Codman Potter: Bishop of 
New York. 

Gallery 58, Wall A. 
Edwin Booth. 

Gallery 58, Wall A. 
A Drummer Boy. 

Lent by the Union League Club, 

New "York City. 
Gallery 58, Wall A. 

Johnson, Harry L. 

Born Philadelphia, 1876. Studied: PAFA. 
Honor: Gold Medal, Spring Garden Institute. 

1823. Mother and Child. 

Gallery 40, Case 5. 

1824. Early Spring: Rose Valley. 

Gallery 40, Case 5. 

1825. Wind in the Clouds. 

Gallery 40, Case 5. 

1826. Charybdis. 

Gallery 40, Case 5. 

1827. The Inquiry. 

Gallery 40. Case 5. 

1828. Moon Before Sundown. 

Gallery 40, Case 5. 
1S20. The Garden. 

Gallery 40, Case 5. 

Jones, Francis C. 

Born Baltimore, 1857. Studied with Bou- 
Iniiger and Lefebvre, Ecole des Beaux-Arts in 
Paris. Member: ANA 1885; NA 1894 
(treas.): SAA 1882: AWCS; N. Y. Arch. Lg. 
1888: Mural P.; Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: 
Clarke prize, NAD 1885; silver medal, Pan- 
Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901: Shaw purchase, SAA 
1904; silver medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2360. The Divan. 

Gallery 48, Wall B. 

Jones, Hugh Bolton. 

Born Baltimore, 1848. Studied in France. 
Member: ANA 1881; NA 1883; SAA 1881; 
AWCS; Nat. Inst. A. L. ; NAC. Honors: 
Bronze Medal, Paris Exp.. 1889; medal, Co- 
lumbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; Bronze Medal, 
Paris Exp., 1900; Webb prize, SAA 1902; 
Shaw fund prize, SAA 1902; Gold Medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco. 1915. 

3401. Through the Trees. 

Gallery 72, Wall B. 



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Jones, Leon Foster. 

Born Manchester, N. H., 1871. Studied 
with Joseph De Camp. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2130. Long Island Village. 

Gallery 43, Wall C. 
4000. A Misty Day in Winter. 

Gallery 117, Wall A. 

Jouett, Matthew Harris. 

Horn in Alercer County, Ky., 1788; died in 
Lexington, Ky., 1827. Educated as a lawyer, 
served in the war of 1812 as lieutenant, after- 
wards captain. In 1816 studied in Boston four 
months under Gilbert Stuart. Painted more 
than three hundred portrait?, many of distin- 
guished people. Full length portrait of Lafay- 
ette in Capitol at Frankfort, Ky. 

2771. Portrait of Boy and Dog. 

Gallery 60, Wall A. 
2804. Artist's Wife. 

Lent by R. H. Menefee, Esq. 

Gallery 60, Wall D. 

Juergens, Alfred. 

Born Chicago, 1866. Studied: Chicago AD; 
Munich Royal Academy under Gysis and Diez. 
Member: Chicago SA; Munich Artists Assoc. ; 
Artists Assoc. of Germany; Soc. Inter, des 
Beaux-Arts. Honors: Silver medal, Madried 
and Munich. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2303. Garden Flowers. 

Gallery 48, Wall B. 
3424. In May. 

Gallery 71, Wall B. 

Jung, C. Jac. 

Born Bavaria, 1880. Studied: National 
Academy of Design's School, under E. M 
Ward and C. Y. Turner. 



3301. 



Winter Afternoon. 

Gallery 69, Wall B. 



Kaelin, Charles S. 

Born Cincinnati, 1859. Studied: Cincin- 
nati Art School; ASL of N. Y. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1110. Rocks and Sea. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 

1111. Bits of Snow. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 
1115. Old Mill. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 
1110. Boats in Harbor. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 

Kaula, Lee Lufkin. 

. Born Erie, Pa. Studied with C. M. Dewey 
in New York; Aman-Jean in Paris. Honor: 
Medal, Coloros?i Academy, Paris, 1897. 

3505. On the Old Settle. 

Gallery 72, Wall C. 

Kaula, William J. 

Born Boston, 1871. Studied: Normal Art 
School and Cowles Art School in Boston; 
Collin Paris. Member: NYWCC. 

Bronze Medal Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3503. Clouds From the West. 
Gallery 74, Wall B. 



Keith, William. 

Born Aberdeenshire, Scotland, 1839; died 
Berkeley, Cal., 1911. Came to New York in 
1851. Engraver until 1859, when he went to 
California and devoted himself to landscape 
painting. Studied under Achenbach and Carl 
Marr, ant! spent some time in Paris. Was 
also prominent as a portrait painter. Bronze 
Medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. 



The Impression. 

Lent by Mrs. Mary McHenry 
Keith. 

Gallery 00, Wall A. 
Revelation. 

Lent by Mrs. E. X. Harmon. 

Gallery 90, Wall A. 
The Symphony of Peace. 

Gallery 90, Wall A. 
Portals of the Woods. 

Gallery 00, Wall A. 
Rainy Day. 

Gallery 90, Wall A. 
Midsummer Night's Dream. 

Lent by Mrs. Mary McHenry 
Keith. 

Gallery 90, Wall B. 
Storm. 

Gallery 90, Wall B. 
Landscape No. 3. 

Lent by Mrs. Henrietta Zeile. 

Gallery 00, Wall B. 
Landscape No. 5. 

Lent by Mrs. Henrietta Zeile. 

Gallery' 90, Wall B. 
Landscape No. 2. 

Lent by Mrs. Henrietta Zeile. 

Gallery 90, Wall B. 
Landscape No. 4. 

Lent by Mrs. Henrietta Zeile. 

Gallery 90, Wall B. 
Quiet Pool. 

Lent by Mrs. E. N. Harmon. 

Gallery 00, Wall C. 
Landscape. 

Lent by the Joseph Worcester 
Estate. 

Gallery 90, Wall C. 
Sketch. 

Lent by Mrs. Mary C. Richard- 
son. 

Gallery 00, Wall C. 
Water Color. 

Lent by Mrs. Mary C. Richard- 
son. 

Gallery 90, Wall C. 
Landscape. 

Lent by C. F. Jacobsen, Esq. 

Gallery 90, Wall C. 
Grey Moi-ning. 

Lent by Mrs. Mary C. Richard- 
son. 

Gallery 90, Wall C. 
Landscape. 

Lent by the Joseph Worcester 
Estate. 

Gallery 00, Wall C. 
Water Color. 

Gallery 00, Wall C. 
Landscape. 

Lent by Mrs. Mary C. Richard- 
son. 

Gallery 90, Wall C. 
Cloudy Day. 

Gallery 00, Wall C. 
Landscape No. 1. 

Lent by Mrs. Henrietta Zeile. 

Gallery 00, Wall D. 
Landscape. 

Lent by Mrs. Reginald Knight 
Smith. 

Gallery 90, Wall D. 



3972. 
3973. 
3074. 
3975. 

3976. 
3977. 

3978. 
3070. 
3080. 
3081 . 
3082. 



3084. 

3985. 
3080. 



3088. 
3080. 

3990. 
3901 . 

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Keith, William (Continued). 
3904. luto the Storm. 

Gallery 90, Wall D. 
3995. Sunset. 

Lent by Mrs. E. N. Harmon. 

Gallery 90, Wall D. 
3990. Silent Hour. 

Gallery 90, Wall D. 

3997. Landscape. 

Gallery 90, Wall D. 

3998. Shepherdess. 

Lent by Mrs. E. N. Harmon. 
Gallery 90, Wall D. 



Keller, Arthur I. 

Born New York, 1866. Studied: NAD un- 
der Wilmarth and Ward; Loefftz in Munich. 
Member: AWCS; NYWCC; N. Y. Arch. Lg. 
1897; NAC; SI (ex-pres.). Honors: Gold 
medal for water color, AC Phila. 1899; silver 
medal, Paris Exp., 1900; bronze medal for 
drawings, Pan- Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; Evans 
prize, AWCS 1902; second prize ($300), 
"Herald" Christmas competition, 1904; gold 
medal for illustration and silver medal for 
paintings, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

4350. The Bach Double Concerto. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 
437G. The Young Critic. 

Gallery 119, Wall D. 



Keller, Edgar. 

Born Crescent City, Cal. Studied: Art In- 
stitute, Chicago. 

3'482. Under the Bridge: Harlem River. 
Gallery 72, Wall B. 

Kelly, Hannah E. 

Born Paisley, Canada. Studied: Ontario 
School of Art, Toronto; Courtois, Girardot 
and Blanc in Paris. 

1261. When Roses Bloom. 

Gallery 37, Case 10. 

Kendall, Margaret. 

Born Staten Island, N. Y., 1871. Studied 
with J. Alden Weir Rolshoven and Sergeant 
Kendall. Member: Am. S. Min. P. Honors: 
Bronze medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

1975. Spirit of the Woods. 

Gallery 40, Case 19. 

1977. Three Little Sisters. 

Gallery 40, Case 19. 

1978. Bruno and His Mistress. 

Gallery 40, Case 19. 

1979. Miss Helen Huntington. 

Gallery 40, Case 19. 

1980. In the Brook. 

Gallery 40, Case 19. 

Kendall, Sergeant. 

Born in New York, 1868. Studied: ASL 
of N. Y.; Eakin? in Philadelphia; Ecole des 
Beaux- Arts and Merson in Paris. Member: 
SAA 1898; ANA 1901, NA 1905; Nat. Inst. 
A. L. Honors: Hon. Mention, Paris Salon, 
1891; medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; 
Lippincott prize PAFA 1894; Hon. mention, 
Tennessee Centennial Exp., Nashville, 1897; 
second prize, Worcester Museum, 1900; bronze 
medal, Paris Exp., 1900; bronze medal, C. I. 
Pittsburgh, 1900; second prize, Worcester Mu- 
seum, 1901 ; silver medal for painting, bronze 



Kendall, Sergeant (Continued), 
medal for drawing and hon. mention for sculp- 
ture, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; Shaw 
prize, SAA 1901 ; Shaw Fund Purchase, SAA 
1903; gold medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; Isidor 
medal, NAD 1908; Harris prize, AIC, 1908; 
Palmer gold medal, AIC 1910. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

2432. Reflection. 

Gallery 50, Wall A. 
2439. Phantasmata. 

Gallery 50, Wall B. 

2442. Alison. 

Gallery 50, Wall B. 

2443. Devotion. 

Gallery 50, Wall B. 
2451. Venetian Brocade. 

Gallery 50, Wall C. 



Kensett, John Frederick. 

Born Cheshire, Conn., 1817; died New York, 
1872. Studied engraving under Dagget. Elect- 
ed N. A., New York, 1849. 

2705. Rapids: Niagara Falls. 

Lent by Robert M. Olyphant, 

Esq. 

Gallery 58, Wall D. 
2716. Mallett's Bay: Lake Champlain. 

Lent by Robert M. Olyphant, 

Esq. 

Gallery 59, Wall A. 
2718. Autumn Afternoon. 

Lent by the National Academy 

of Design. 
Gallery 59, Wall A. 
2750. In the Adirondacks. 

Lent by Robert M. Olyphant, 

Esq. 
Gallery 59, Wall D. 

Kent, Rockwell. 



4400. 



A Mother and Her Sons. 
Gallery 120, Wall A. 



Kindlund, Anna Belle Wing. 

Born Buffalo, N. Y., 1876. Studied with 
Lucius W. Hitchcock in Buffalo; George Bridg- 
man in New York. Member: NSC. Honors: 
Hon. mention, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; 
bronze medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1195. Love. 

Gallery 37, Case 1. 
1197. Lady in Black. 

Gallery 37, Case 1. 
1199. Madeleine Dabo. 

Gallery 37, Case 1. 

King, Charles B. 

2798. John C. O'alhoun: When Secretary 
of War. 

Lent by Corcoran Gallery of Art. 
Gallery 60, Wall D. 

King, Edith Lawrence. 

Born Chelsea, Mass., 1884. Studied: Mass. 
Institute Technology; Rhode Island School of 
Design; Harvard Summer School. 

1072. Nude. 

Gallery 36, Wall D. 

1073. On the Beach: Capri. 

Gallery 36, Wall D. 



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King, Paul. 

Born Buffalo, N. Y., 1867. Studied: ASL 
of Buffalo; ASL of New York under Mow- 
bray. Honors: Shaw prize, Salma. C. 1906; 
Inness prize, Salma. C. 1906; hon. mention, 
AC Phila. 1911; gold medal, Art Club of Phil- 
adelphia. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2204. Snug Harbor. 

Gallery 45, Wall A. 
3559. Winter. 

Gallery 73, Wall D. 



Kirkpatrick, William A. 

Born London, England, 1880. Studied in 
Paris and London. 

2170. Pleasing Reflections. 

Gallery 44, Wall C. 



Klein, Lillie V. O'Ryan. 

Studied with George de Forest Brush, Will- 
ard Metcalf, Dennis Bunker, William Chase, 
Douglas Yolk. Awarded first prize four con- 
secutive years at Cooper Union, N. Y., first 
prize for best "Type of Ideal Beauty" at the 
University of New York: gold medal at Alas- 
ka-Yukon Exposition. Honorable mention at 
Chicago World's Fair. 

1320. Portrait of Mrs. Thomas E. Flynn. 

Gallery 37, Case 15. 
1324. Mrs. Margaret O'Callaghan. 

Gallery 37, Case 15. 
1327. Portrait of Sir Wilfred Lanrier. 

Gallery 37, Case 15. 
1330. Portrait of C. E. S. Wood. 

Gallery 37. Case 15. 
1334. Portrait of William Keith. 

Gallery 37, Case 15. 



Knox, James. 

Born Glasgow, 1866. Studied with Jos. H. 
Boston, New York City. 

4204. White Swan. 

Gallery 118, Wall D. 



Kohn, Irma. 

Born Pock Island, 111. Studied with Charles 
Francis Browne and John Johansen in Chicago; 
Birge Harrison. 

1137. Street in Stratford-on-Avon. 

Gallery 3fi, Wall B. 
11. ".S. St. Tves: Lighthouse on the Pier. 

Gallery 3t3, Wall B. 

Koopman, Benjamin D. 

Studied : National Academy of Design, N. Y. 
2550. Plucking a Goose. 

Gallery 54, Wall D. 
4457. Portrait of a Young Man. 

Gallery 120, Wall D. 

Kretzinger, Clara Josephine. 

Born Chicago, 1883. Studied: AIC and 
with W. J. Reynolds in Chicago; Lefebvre, 
Robert-Fleury, Laurens, Congdon and Richard 
Miller in Paris. Honor: Honorable mention, 
Salon des Artists Francais, Paris, 1908. 



8000. 



A Thoughtful Moment. 
Gallery 65, Wall A. 



Krimmell, John Lewis. 

Born in Edingen, Wurtemberg, Germany, 
1787; drowned at Germantown, Philadelphia, 
1821. Came to Philadelphia in 1810. 

2749. Fourth of July in Centre Square. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 59, Wall D. 

Kroll, Leon. 

Born New York, 1884. Studied: NAD; 
Laurens in Paris. Instructor at NAD. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
3270. Weehawken Terminal. 

Gallery 68, Wall D. 
3273. River Industries. 

Gallery 68, Wall D. 
3442. Lower Manhattan. 

Gallery 71, Wall C. 
3445. Rockport Quarries. 

Gallery 71, Wall D. 

Kronberg, Louis. 

Born Boston, 1871. Studied: Boston Mu- 
seum School; Laurens and Constant in Paris. 
Honors: Silver Medal, Mass. Charitable Me- 
chanic Assoc., Boston; Longfellow traveling 
scholarship, Boston. 

Silrer Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2207. The Visitor. 

Gallery 45, Wall A. 
2310. Ballet Girl in Green. 

Gallery 47, Wall A. 
2436. Preparing for the Dance. 

Gallery 50, Wall A. 
2440. The Exercise. 

Gallery 50, Wall B. 

Kyle, Joseph. 

2742. Portrait Group. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Gallery 59, Wall C. 

La Farge, Bancel. 

Born Newport, R. I., 1865. Studied under 
John La Farge. R. Colin and A. Besnard. 
Member: N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1902; Mural P.: 
NYWCC; Nat. Inst. AL. 
4333. The Ravine. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 
4437. The Willow. 

Gallery 120, Wall C. 

La Farge, John. 

Born of French parentage, 1835; died 1910. 
Studied in Paris with Couture for a brief 
period, but his greatest art knowledge came 
through travel and personal contact with lead- 
ing artists of the period. He returned to the 
United States and worked with W. H. Hunt 
at Newport, R. I. In 1876 decorated Trinity 
Church, Boston, which was the real beginning 
of mural painting in the U. S. He developed 
the art of stained glass. In 1886 he visited 
Tapan and later the South Seas. He was a 
member of the NAD. 

2671. The Hillside Farm. 

Gallery 57, Wall C. 

2672. Woman Centaur. 

Lent by the Brooklyn Museum. 
Gallery 57, Wall D. 

2673. Bishop Berkeley's Rock. 

Lent by Charles De Kay, Esq, 
Gallery' 57, Wall I). 

2674. Portrait of Richard Hunt. 

Gallery 57, Wall D. 
2075. Our Boatman. 

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Lamb, F. M. 

Born Middleboro, Mass., 1861. Studied: 
Mass. Normal Art School; Museum of Fine 
Arts, Boston; with Julian, Paris, 1885-1886. 
Honors: Gold medal, Twentieth Century Ex- 
hibition. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

8088. Our New England. 

Gallery 66, Wall D. 
4342. Threatening. 

Gallery 110, Wall C. 

Lambert, Gertrude A. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2503. Black and Green. 

Gallery 51, Wall D, 

Lambert, John. 
Studied: PAFA. 

8861. Red and Black. 

Lent by the Art Club of Phila- 
delphia. 
Gallery 85, Wall D. 

Lang, Annie Traquair. 

Born Philadelphia, 1885. Studied at the 
PAFA. Honors: Hon. mention, Arch. League 
of N. Y. 1910 for mural decoration; European 
scholarship from PAFA 1908 and 1910. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

8020. The Hotels: Venice. 

- Gallery 65, Wall C. 
3022. Japanese Print. 

Gallery 65, Wall C. 
3024. From My Window: Venice. 

Gallery 65, Wall D. 
4157. The Gray Kimona. 

Gallery 118, Wall A. 

Langhorne, Katherine. 

Born Plainfield, 1885. Studied: ASL of 
N. Y. and in Paris. 

3005. Rhode Island Pool. 

Gallery 65, Wall B. 
3000. A Day Last Summer. 

Gallery 65, Wall B. 

Langtry, Mary. 

4338. Personally Conducted. 

Gallery 110, Wall C 
4412. A September Night: Ipswich. 

Gallery 120, Wall B. 

Lathrop, William Langson. 

Born Warren, 111., 1859. Member: ANA 
1902; NA 1907- NYW.CC. Honors: Evans 
prize, AWCS 1896; gold medal, AC Phila. 
1897; Webb prize, SAA 1899; bronze medal, 
Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; third prize, C. I. 
Pittsburgh, 190'3; second prize, Worcester, 
1904; bronze medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

Gold Medal for Oil Painting, Panama-Pacific 
International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

Silver Medal for Water Color Painting, Pan- 
ama-Pacific International Exposition, San Fran- 
cisco, 1915. 

1168. Golden Afternoon. 

Gallery 37, Wall D. 
1160. A Grey Dav. 

Gallery '37, Wall D. 



Lathrop, William Langson (Continued). 
1172. Landscape. 

Gallery 37, Wall D. 
2446. Summer Afternoon. 

Gallery 50, Wall C. 
2456. Coming Storm. 

Lent by Mrs. George Ellery 
Woods. 

Gallery 50, Wall D. 
2460. The Canal. 

Lent by George Coffing Warner. 

Gallery 50, Wall D. 

Lawson, Ernest. 

Born in California, 1873. Spent several 
years in France. Member: ANA 1908; Am. 
PS. Honors: Silver medal, St. Louis Exp., 
1904; Sesnan medal, PAFA 1907; gold medal, 
AAS 1907; first Hallgarten prize, NAD 1908. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

3538. Hills at Innwood. 

Gallery 73, Wall A. 
3530. Beginning of Winter. 

Gallery 73, Wall B. 
3548. Hudson River and Palisades. 

Gallery 73, Wall C. 

Leigh, William Robinson. 

Born Berkeley Co., W. Va., 1866. Studied: 
Maryland Inst., Baltimore; Hugh Newell; 
Kaupp, Gysis, Leofftz and Lindemchmid in 
Munich. Honors: Hon. mention, Paris Solon 
1892; two silver and three bronze medals, Mu- 
nich Academy; first class medal, Appalachian 
Kxp.. Knoxville, Tenn., 1911. 



8478. 



The Stampede. 

Gallery 72, Wall A. 



Leutze, Emanuel. 

Born Gmund, Wurtemburg, 1816; died Wash- 
ington, 1868. Was brought to America as a 
child by his parents. Studied under Lessing, 
also studied in Munich, Venice, and Rome. 
Elected N. A., 1860. 

2608. Portrait of Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

Lent by Henry Fairfield Osborn. 

Gallery 58, Wall C. 
2050. Columbus Discovering America. 

Gallery 64, Wall B. 

Lever, Hayley. 

Born Adelaide, Australia, 1876. Studied: 
Paris, London, St. Ives. Honors: Silver 
medal, National Arts Club, N. Y. ; Hon. men- 
tion, Pittsburgh; International Carnegie Prize, 
National Academy, New York. 

Gold Medal j, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

8076. Washington Bridge. 

Gallery 66, Wall A. 
,",084. Winter: Harlem River. 

Gallery 66, Wall D. 
.'V168. St. Ives Fishing Boats. 

Gallery 67, Wall C. 
8176. Smeaton's Quay: St. Ives. 

Gallery 67, Wall C. 
8452. Saint Ives: Summer. 

Gallery 71, Wall D. 

Levy, William Auerbach. 

Born Russia, 1889. Studied NAD of N. Y.; 
Academic Julian, Paris. Honors: Mooney 
traveling scholarship, National Academy of De- 
sign, 1911; honorable mention in Etching, 
Salon Francais, 1913; first prize Chicago So- 
ciety of Etchers, 1914. 



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Levy, William Auerbach (Continued). 
2135. Normandy Fishermen. 

Gallery 43, Wall C. 
3423. The Draftsman. 

Gallery 71, Wall B. 

Lewis, Edmund D. 

2682. Upper Delaware River. 
Gallery 58, Wall A. 

Lewis, Helen V. 

Born New York City, 1879. Studied: ASL 
of N. Y. Honor: Miniature Class Scholar- 
ship, 1910. Member of Pennsylvania Society 
of Miniature Painters. 

3276. Miss Whitelaw. 

Gallery 37, Case 11. 

1277. An American. 

Gallery 37, Case 11. 

1278. Portrait of An Actor. 

Gallery 37, Case 11. 

1279. Miss Madge Kennedy. 

Gallery 37, Case 11. 

1280. Miss H. Draper. 

Gallery 37, Case 11. 

1281. Katherine. 

Gallery 37, Case 11. 

1282. The Fichu. 

Gallery 37, Case 11. 
12.83. Miss Lakeman. 

Gallery 37, Case 11. 

1284. Editha. 

Gallery 37, Case 11. 

1285. Portrait of C. R. Baxter, Esq 

Gallery 37, Case 11. 

Lichtenauer, J. Mortimer. 

.Born in New York, 1876. Studied with 
Mowbray in New York; Merson and Laurens 
in Paris. Member: N. Y. Arch. Lg., 1902; 
Mural P. Honors: President's prize, N Y 
Arch. Lg., 1903 and 1907. 

1020. Study for Harris Theatre. 

Gallery 36, Wall B. 
4375. Study for Shubert Theatre 

Gallery 119, Wall D. 

Lie, Jonas. 

Born Norway, 1880. Studied: NAD and 
ASL of N. Y. Member: ANA 1912; Am. 
P. S. Honors: Silver medal, St. Louis Exp 
1904; first Hallgarten prize, NAD 1914. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

2218. Palms in Wind. 

Gallery 45, Wall B. 
3441. Gates at Pedro Miguel 

Gallery 71, Wall C. 

Liljestrom, Gustav F. 

Born Stockholm, Sweden, 1882. Studied: 
Chicago Art Institute. 

2143. Vishnu Temple: Grand Canyon. 
Gallery 43, Wall C. 

Linde, Ossio L. 

Born Russia. Studied: CAI; Academic 
Julian, Paris. Honors: Honorable mention, 
Paris Salon, 1907; gold medal, Paris Salon 
1910. 

3267. A Gateway in Venice 

Gallery 68, Wall C. 
3275. Steps : Venice. 

Gallery 68, Wall D. 
3303. Venice. 

Gallery 69, Wall B. 
3307. Chioegia: Venice. 

Gallery 69, Wall B. 



Lindin, Carl Olof Eric. 

Born Sweden, 1869. Studied with Lauren? 
Constant and Aman-Jean in Paris. Member 
Chicago SA. 



3266. 



Evening. 

Gallery 68, Wall C. 



Linford, Charles. 

Born in Pittsburgh, Pa., 1846; died 1897. 
Medal. Boston, 1878. Honorary Member Pitts- 
burgh Art Society. 

2754. Landscape: Pennsylvania. 
Gallery 59, Wall D. 

Lippincott, William Henry. 

Born Philadelphia, 1849. Studied: PAFA; 
Bonnat in Paris. Member: ANA 1885; NA 
1897; AWCS. Honors: Hon. mention, Pan- 
Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; bronze medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904. 

2461. Love Finds the Way. 

Gallery 50, Wall D. 

Little, John Wesley. 

Born Forksville, Pa., 1867. Studied: NAD 
and with Leonard Ochtman in New York. 
Member: Phila. WCC. Honors: Silver 
medal, AAS, Phila. 1902. 

1026. In Devonshire. 

Gallery 36, Wall C. 
4174. A Passing Shower. 

Gallery 118, Wall B. 

Little, Philip. 

Born Swampscott, Mass., 1857. Studied: 
Boston Museum School. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3782. The Making of New Lands. 
Gallery 80, Wall B. 

3789. The Upper Ipswich. 

Gallery 80, Wall B. 

3790. An Upland Meadow. 

Gallery 80, Wall B. 

Lockman, De Witt M. 

Member: Port. P. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2591. Portrait of Miss D. 

Gallery 55, Wall C. 

Loeb, Louis. 

Born Cleveland, Ohio. 1866; died 1909. 
Studied: New York and Paris. Honors: 
Medal, French Salon, 1895; silver medal, Pan- 
Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1896; Webb prize, 1903; 
Vice President, ASL of N. Y. Member: 
SAA; NAD. 

2542. The Bud. 

Lent by William Scott Bond, 
Esq. 

Gallery 54, Wall C. 
2546. The Peacock. 

Lent by Emanuel Loeb, Esq. 

Gallery 54, Wall C. 

Lokke, Marie. 

Born Christiana, Norway, 
Christiana and in Dresden. 



1877. Studied: 



2574. 



Portrait of a Child. 
Gallery 55, Wall A. 



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Londoner, Amy. 

Born Lexington, Mo. Studied Henri School 
of Art, New York City. 

1004. Cripple Creek. 

Gallery 36, Case 7. 
100r>. The Fairy Tale. 

Gallery 36, Case 7. 

1006. The Bathers. 

Gallery 36, Case 7. 

1007. Park Bench. 

Gallery 36, Case 7. 

1008. Boardwalk: Atlantic City. 

Gallery 36, Case 7. 
1000. Woman in Black. 

Gallery 36, Case 7. 

1010. Trees and Mountains. 

Gallery 36, Case 7. 

1011. A Strange House. 

Gallery 36, Case 7. 



Longacre, Lydia Eastwick. 

Born New York, 1870. Studied: ASL of 
N. Y., under Chase and Mowbray; Whistler 
in Paris. Member: Am. S. Min. P.; Pa. Soc. 
Min. P. 

1308. Portrait of Mr. Gino C. Speranza. 

Gallery 37, Case 14. 
1310. Miss Helene Pupke. 

Gallery 37, Case 14. 



Lowdon, Elsie Motz. 
Born Waco, Texas. 
P.; ASL of N. Y. 



Studied: Am. S. Min. 



1848. 



Portrait of D. B. C. 
Gallery 40, Case 



Lucas, Jean Williams. 

Born Hagerstown, Md., 1873. Studied with 
Henri, Daingerfield and Whittemore. Mem- 
ber: PA. S. Min. P. 

1350. Man With Ruff. 

Gallery 37, Case 18. 
1360. Miss Agnes Rogers. 

Gallery 37, Case 18. 

1363. Paddie Cat and Mistress. 

Gallery 37. Case 18. 

1364. Mrs. Alfred Williams Lucas. 

Gallery 37, Case 18. 
1367. Mrs. Frederick M. Thomas. 
Gallery 37, Case 18. 



Ludovici, Alice E. 

Born Dresden, Germany, 1872. Studied: 
New York and Germany. Honors: Silver 
medal, Alaska- Yukon Exhibition; gold medal, 
Annual Exhibition of California Society of 
Miniature Painters, 1914; President of the 
California Society of Miniature Painters. 



1103. 



Portrait of Miss Ludovici. 
Gallery 37, Case 1. 



Luke, Kathryn Logan. 

Born Ft. Bradford, North Dakota. Studied: 
Art Academy of Cincinnati; Academy of Fine 
Arts, Chicago; PAFA; and with Frank Duve- 
neck. 

1191. The Little French Model. 

Gallery 37, Case 1. 
1108. Portrait of Mrs. Philip Campbell. 

Gallery 37, Case 1. 



Luks, George. 

Born Williamsport, Pa., 1867. Studied: 
PAFA and Dusseldorf Academy, Paris and 
London. Member: Port. P. Am. PS. 

3404. Children's Page. 

Gallery 71, Wall A. 
3412. New York Boy. 

Gallery 71, Wall A. 
4406. The Mother. 

Gallery 120, Wall A. 
4438. Man in Brown. 

Gallery 120, Wall C. 

Lundborg, Florence. 

Born San Francisco. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3476. Stone Pines. 

Gallery 72, Wall A. 
4116. Etna in the Afterglow. 

Gallery 117, Wall C. 
4145. Old Fountain: Taormina. 

Gallerv 117, Wall D. 

Lungren, Fernand. 

Born Maryland, 1850'. 

3405. In the Abyss : Grand Canyon. 

Gallery 72, Wall B. 

Lynch, Anna. 

Born Elgin. 111. Studied: AIC; Bougureau, 
Simon and Cottet in Paris. Member: Am. 
S. Min. P.; Chicago SA. 

Hronzc Medal. Panama-Pacific International 
Reposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1810. Marion Stanton. 

Gallery 40, Case 3. 

1812. Portrait of Henrietta E. Countiss. 
Gallery 40, Case 3. 

McCarter, Henry. 

Born Norristown, Pa., 1865. Studied with 
Eakins in Philadelphia; Puvis de Chavannes, 
Bonnat and Alexander Harrison in Paris. 
Honors: Bronze medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buf- 
falo, 1901; silver medal. St. Louis Exp., 1904; 
Beck prize, Phila. WCC 1906. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 
74. Lust for Gold. 

Gallery 26, Wall D. 
87. The Spanish Legend. 

Gallery 26, Wall D. 

1112. Return From the Foray: Early Ire- 
land. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 

1149. Yearly Tribute to the King of Tarn. 
Gallery 37, Wall B. 

MacChesney, Clara T. 

Born Brownsville, Cal. Studied: San 
Francisco School of Design under Virgil Will- 
iams; Gotham Art School in New York under 
Mowbray and Beckwith; Girardot, Courtois 
and Colorossi Academy in Paris. Member: 
NYWCC; AWCS; NAC. Honors: Two 
medals, Columbian Exn., Chicago, 1893; Dodge 
prize, NAD 18^4; gold medal for water color, 
AC Phila. 190O; second Hallgarten prize. NAD 
1901; bronze medal, Pan- Am. Exp., Buffalo, 
1901; bronze medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 
2620. After the Bath. 

Gallery 56, Wall C. 
3834. A Good Story. 

Lent by the National Gallery. 
Gallery 85, Wall A. 
4298. Still Life. 

Gallery 119. Wall B. 



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McColl, Mary A. 

Born Forrest, Ont., Canada, 1874. Studied: 
St. Louis School of Fine Arts; New York 
League, Paris, and with Courtois, Prinet and 
Doucet. Member: Jury of Selection for Penn- 
sylvania Academy, 1911. 

3030. Reflections. 

Gallery 65, Wall C. 



McComas, Francis. 

Born Fingal, Tasmania, 1875. Studied: 
Julian Academy, Pari?; Sydney, Australia. 
Came to California in 1898. Member of the 
International Jury of Awards, Panama-Pacific 
International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



3G50. 
3651. 

3652. 
3653. 
3654. 
3655. 
3ti56. 
3657. 
3658. 
3659. 



Pines at Monterey. 

Gallery 76, Wall B. 
A City of the Desert. 

Lent by John Lawson, Esq. 

Gallery 76, Wall C. 
The Broken Oak. 

Gallery 76, Wall C. 
A Los Olivos Oak Tree. 

Gallery 76, Wall C. 
The Navajo Gateway: Arizona. 

Gallery 76, Wall" C. 
Sichomovi: Arizona. 

Gallery 76, Wall C. 
Oaks of the Monte. 

Gallery 76, Wall C. 
Mariano. 

Gallery 76, Wall C. 
Walpi : Arizona. 

Gallery 76, Wall C. 
The Red Wagon. 

Gallery 76, Wall D. 



McCormick. Howard. 

Born Milvill, Ind., 1875. Studied: Indian- 
apolis, New York, Paris. Member: SI 1912. 



4237 



Hopi Ceremonial. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 



McCormick, M. Evelyn. 

Born Placerville, Cal. Studied : San Fran- 
cisco Art Association; Julian Academy, Paris. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2571. Old Custom House: Monterey. 
Gallery 55, Wall A. 

MacDougall, John A. 

Born New York, 1843. Studied: Cooper 
Union, NAD, New York; with Julian and 
Cormon, Paris. Honor: Silver medal, Charles- 
ton Exp. 



1311. 



Dick. 

Gallery 37, Case 14. 



McEwen, Walter. 

Born Chicago, 1860. Studied with Cormon 
and Robert-Fleury in Paris. Member: ANA 
1903; Nat. Inst. AL. Honors: Hon. men- 
tion, Paris Salon, 1886; silver medal, Paris 
Exp., 1889; first cla*s gold medal, Berlin, 1891; 
medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; medal 
of honor, Antwerp, 1894; second class medal, 
Munich, 1897; silver medal, Paris Exp., 1900; 
first gold medal, Munich, 1901; first class med- 
al, Vienna, 1902; Lippincott prize, PAFA 
1902; Harris prize, AIC, 1902; gold medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904; first medal, Liege, 1905. 



McEwen, Walter (Continued). 
Chevalier Legion of Honor, 1896; Officer, 
1908; Order of St. Michael, Bavaria; Order of 
Leopold II, Belgium, 1909. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

2458. Vanity. 

Gallery 50, Wall D. 
3227. At the Burgomaster's. 

Gallery 68, Wall A. 
3239. Waiting. 

Gallery 68, Wall A. 
3468. The Betrothed. 

Gallery 72, Wall A. 
3510. Oldebroeck. 

Gallery 72, Wall D. 
3514. An Interlude. 

Gallery 72, Wall D. 

3518. In the Studio. 

Gallery 72, Wall D. 

3519. Yes or No. 

Gallery 72, Wall D. 



McFee, Henry Lee. 

Born St. Louis, 1886. 
N. Y. 



Studied: ASL of 



4113. Still Life. 

Gallery 117, Wall B. 

MacGilvary, Norwood. 

Born in Bangkok, Siam, 1874. Studied: 
Mark Hopkins Inst., San Francisco; Myron 
Barlow in England ; Laurens in Paris. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1170. June in the Forest. 

Gallery 37, Wall D. 
1183. Autumn Idyl. 

Gallery 37, Wall D. 
2418. The Voices of Dreams. 

Gallery 49, Wall C. 
3427. Nocturne. 

Gallery 71, Wall B. 

Mcllhenny, C. Morgan. 

293:4. Gray Morning. 

Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 
Gallery 64, Wall A. 

Mclntire, Katharine. 
Born Richmond, Va. 

1321. Portrait of a Man. 

Gallery 37, Case 15. 

McKillop, William. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa. Studied: St. Louis 
School of Fine Arts; Jean Paul Laurens and 
Ernest Laurent in Paris. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

4420. Portrait of Robert W. Chanler. 

Gallery 120, Wall B. 
4428. The Letter. 

Gallery 120, Wall C. 

McLane, M. Jean. 

Born Chicago, 111., 1878. Studied: AIC; 
Duveneck and Chase. Member: ANA 1912; 
Port. P. Honors: Bronze medal, St. Louis 
Exp., 1904; first prize, International Lg., 
Paris, 1907 and 1908; Filing prize, N. Y. 
Woman's AC 1907; Burgess prize, N. Y. Wom- 
an's AC 1908; silver medal, Int. Exp., Buenos 
Aires, 1910; Julia A. Shaw prize, NAD 1912; 



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McLane, M. Jean (Continued). 

third Hallgarten prize, National Academy, N. 

Y., 1913; Lippincott prize, PAFA, 1913. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3010. 



3021. 



Brother and Sister: Portraits. 

Lent by Arthur H. MacKie. 

Gallery 65, Wall C. 
Group: Mother and Children. 

Gallery 65, Wall C. 
Portrait of Mrs. R. G. Arnold. 

Gallery 65, Wall C. 

Macky, Constance. 

Born Melbourne, Australia, 1883. Studied: 
National Gallery Painting School, Melbourne, 
Australia; London, Paris and Italy. Honors: 
Gold and silver medals, Melbourne AR 1907. 

3983. Portrait of Mrs. Frederick Roth. 

Gallery 65, Wall A. 
3404. Roses. 

Gallery 72, Wall B. 

Macky, E. Spencer. 

Born Auckland, New Zealand, 1880. Studied: 
National Gallery Painting School, Melbourne, 
Australia; Academic Julian, Paris. 

1028. Portrait. 

Gallery 36, Wall C. 
1033. Alice. 

Gallery 36, Wall C. 
2206. Mother and Child. 

Gallery 46, Wall C. 

Macrum, George H. 

Studied with F. V. Dumoml and Birge Har- 
rison. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



2161. The Towering City. 

Gallery 44, Wall A. 
25S7. Woolworth Building From 
Street. 

Gallery 55, Wall C. 



West 



Macsoud, Nicholas S. 

Born Zahle, Mt. Lebanon, Turkey, 1884. 
Pupil of NAD. 

1229. Portrait of Julius A. Gross, Esq. 

Gallery 37, Case 6. 

1232. Portrait of a Boy. 

Gallery 37, Case 6. 

1234. Portrait of Miss Theresa Borrnan 

Gallery 37, Case 6. 

1238. Portrait of My Mother. 

Gallery 37, Case 6. 

Mager, Gus. 

Born Newark, N. J., 1878. 

4112. Tulips and Irises. 

Gallery 117, Wall B. 
4122. Flower Bouquet. 

Gallery 117, Wall C. 
4461. The Laborer. 

Gallery 120, Wall D. 

Magonigle, Edith M. 

Born Brooklyn, N. Y., 1877. 

981. The Secret Garden. 

Gallery 36, Wall B. 
1058. Linet de Maris. 

Gallery 3fi, Wall D. 
1060. The Queen of Hearts. 

Gallery 36, Wall D. 



Magonigle, Edith M. (Continued). 
1063. Vice and Virtue. 

Gallery 3!Q, Wall D. 
1347. Louis Ayres, Esq. 

Gallery 37, Case 17. 
1340. Gwendolyn Munroe. 

Gallery 37, Case 17. 

Major, Ernest L. 

Born Washington, D. C., 1864. Studied 
with Boulanger and Lefebvre in Paris. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3807. Blonde in Blue. 

Gallery 80, Wall D. 

Malbone, Edward Greene. 

Born Newport, Rhode Island, 1777; died 
Savannah, Ga., 1807. Established in Provi- 
dence as portrait painter at seventeen. In 
1796 went to Boston and afterwards to New 
York, Philadelphia, and Charleston. Went to 
England with Allston, 1801, returned to 
Charleston the same year. There he painted 
miniatures and attained a high reputation in 
this branch. 

1332. Portrait of Joseph Marx. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 37, Case 15. 



Manigault, E. Middleton. 

Born Charleston, S. C., 

Chase School, N. Y. 
4403. Pastoral. 

Gallery 120, Wa 



1886. Studied: 



A. 



Mannheim, Jean. 

2579. Frolicking Times. 

Gallery 55, Wall B. 
3142. On Tuesday. 

Gallery 67, Wall A. 

Marchant, Edward D. 

Born 1808; died 1887. Exhibitor in the Na- 
tional Academy. 

2802. Colonel E. D. Baker. 

Lent by Dr. Gilbert L. Parker. 
Gallery 60, Wall D. 

Marr, Carl. 

Born Milwaukee, 1858. Studied: Weimar 
Academy with Schaus; Berlin Academy with 
Gussow; Munich with Seitz and Lindenschmit. 
Member: Academies of Munich, Berlin, Ath- 
ens; Nat. Inst. AL. Honors: Gold medal. 
Prize Fund Exhibition, New York, 1886; med- 
als, Vienna, Berlin, Munich, Dresden, Madrid, 
Salzburg, Barcelona, Antwerp, Budapest; first 
medal, Liege, 1906. 

4418. Holy Family. 

Lent by Mrs. Phoebe A. Hearst. 
Gallery 120, Wall B. 



Marsh, Alice Randall. 

Born Coldwater, Mich. Studied: 
Member: Am. S. Min. P. 

1914. 



AIC. 



Michael and Maud Bouvier. 

Gallery 40, Case 12. 

1920. Portrait Sketch of a Russian Girl. 
Gallery 40, Case 12. 



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Marshall, E. Newell. 

4252. Parrot and Anemones. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 

4253. Parroquet and Peaches. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 

4256. Parroquet. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 

4257. Parrot. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 

4258. Parrot and Grapes. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 

4259. Parrot and Fruit. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 

Marshall, W. E. 

Born New York, 1837. Began work as a 
bank-note engraver and later engraved large 
portraits in line, chiefly from portraits painted 
by himself. Studied in Paris and exhibited in 
the Salons of 1856-66. He is best known as 
the engraver of the large plates of Washing- 
ton, Lincoln, Grant, etc. 

2746. Portrait of A. B. Durand. 

Lent by the National Academy 

of Design. 
Gallery 59, Wall C. 

Martin, Homer D. 

Born Albany, New York, 1836. Died St. 
Paul, 1897. In 1862 came to ISiew York and 
worked in the studio of James Smillie. In 
1861 was sent to England by the Century 
Magazine to sketch ''George Elliott's Country." 
Member: ANA, 18<58; Academician, 1875; So- 
ciety American Artists, 1877. 

2945. Newport Neck. 

Lent by the Lotos Club. 

Gallery 64, Wall B. 
2953. Saranac Lake: Autumn. 

Lent by the Union League Club, 
New York City. 

Gallery 64, Wall B. 

Martinez, Xavier T. 

Born Guadalajara, Mexico, 1874. Studied: 
Mark Hopkins Inst., San Francisco; Ecole des 
Beaux-Arts under Gerome and Carriere. Hon- 
ors: Gold medal, S. F. Art Assoc., 1895; hon. 
mention, Paris Exp., 1900. 

3594. Head of a Girl. 

Gallery 74, Wall B. 
4275. Land of Silence. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 
4287. The Storm. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 

Mason, John. 

Born New York City, 1868. Studied: Acad- 
emy Julian, Paris. Honor: Bronze medal, 
Paris Exposition, 1889. 

4183. On the Road to Killingworth. 

Gallery 118, Wall C. 
4193. Old Cider Mill. 

Gallery 118, Wall C. 

Mason, Maud M. 

Studied with Dow and Snell in New York; 
with Brangwyn in London. Member: NSC. 



3014. 



Still Life. 

Gallery 65, Wall B. 



Mathews, Arthur F. 

Born Markesan, Wis. 

Member of the International }nrv of Awards, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 



Mathews, Arthur F. (Continued). 
3641. Monterey Hills. 

Gallery 76, Wall A. 
3'642. The Carnation. 

Gallery 76, Wall A. 

3643. Monterey Bay. 

Gallery 76, Wall A. 

3644. California. 

Gallery 76, Wall B. 

3645. Portrait. 

Gallery 76, Wall B. 

3646. Oaks. 

Gallery 76, Wall B. 
3(547. Masque of Pandora. 

Gallery 76, Wall B. 

3648. The Swan. 

Gallery 76, Wall B. 

3649. Cypress. 

Gallery 76, Wall B. 

3660. The Web. 

Gallery 76, Wall D. 

3661. Eve. 

Gallery 76, Wall D. 

3662. Cypress Grove. 

Gallery 76, Wall D. 

3663. The Butterfly. 

Gallery 76, Wall D. 

3664. Marine. 

Gallery 76, Wall D. 

3665. Ghost Story. 

Gallery 76, Wall D. 

3666. Land Fish. 

Gallery 76, Wall D. 

Mathews, Lucia K. 

Born San Francisco. Studied San Francisco. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco. 1915. 

984). Monterey Pine. 

Gallery 36, Wall B. 
4114. Little Girl. 

Gallery 117, Wall B. 

Maurer, Alfred. 

Born New York, 1868. Studied in Paris. 
Honors: Gold medal, first cla?s, Carnegie In- 
stitute, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1901; first prize, Wor- 
cester Art Museum, 1901; Geo. Inness, Jr., 
prize Salmagundi Club, 1901; bronze medal, 
Pan-American, Buffalo, 1901; gold medal, sec- 
ond class, Munich, 1905; silver medal, Liege 
Exposition; bronze medal, St. Louis Exposi- 
tion. 

431)6. Jeanne. 

Gallery 120, Wall A. 
4398. Bal Bullier. 

Gallery 120, Wall A. 

Maury, Cornelia F. 

Born New Orleans, 1866. Studied: St. 
Louis School of Fine Arts; Lefebvre, Coiiin, 
Constant and Dupre in Paris. 

1012. One Shoe Off. 

Gallery 36, Wall B. 
4316. The Three Bears Story. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 

May, Edward Harrison. 

Born in England in 1824; died in Paris, 
1887. Came to this country when a child. 
Pupil of Huntington in New Yo'-k. Went to 
Paris and studied with Couture, 1851. Gold 
medal, Paris faion, 1855. 

2710. The Toilet. 

Gallery 58. Wall D. 
2949. The Dying Brigand. 

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

Gallery 64, Wall B. 



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Mayer, Louis. 

Born Milwaukee, 1869. Studied with Max 
Thedy, Paul Hoecker in Munich; Constant and 
Laurens in Paris. Member: Union Inter, des 
Beaux-Arts et des Lettres. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco. 1915. 

3484. Lady with Black Veil. 

Gallery 72, Wall B. 

3485. Portrait of Mrs. M. 

Gallery 72, Wall B. 



Maynard, Richard F. 

Born in Chicago, 1875. Studied with Chas-j 
in New York. Member: NYWCC. 

2175. In and Out of an Oval Mirror. 

Gallery 44, Wall B. 
4324. Reading. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 
Mayr, C. 

2724. Reading the News. 

Lent by the National Academy 

of Design. 
Gallery 59, Wall A. 



Mazzanovich, Laurence. 

Born in California. Studied in France. 



Grey Glow. 

Gallery 48, Wall D. 



Meakin, L. H. 

Born Newcastle, England; brought to U. S. 
as a child. Studied in Munich 1882 to 1886; 
later in Paris. Member: SWA (ex-pres.). 
Honors: Prize, Cincinnati AC 1902; silver 
medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; medal, Appala- 
chian Exp., Knoxville, 1911; Fine Arts Bldg., 
prize, Chicago, 1911. Instructor, Cincinnati 
Art Academy; curator of paintings, Cincinnati 
Museum. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

2177. Rocky Mountain Valley. 

Gallery 44, Wall C. 
3403. Stormy Day. 

Gallery 71, Wall A. 
3409. Kicking Horse River. 

Gallery 71, Wall A. 
3411. Rockport. 

Gallery 71, Wall A. 



Melcher, Bertha Corbett. 

Born Denver, Colo., 1872. Studied with 
Douglas Volk: Minneapolis School of Fine 
Arts; Drexel Institute, Philadelphia, Pa., with 
Howard Pyle; School of Normal and Applied 
Art, Chicago. 

1782. A Mountain Lassie. 

Gallery 40. Case 1. 
1787. My Daughter Charlotte. 

Gallery 40, Case 1. 



Melchers, Gari. 

Born Detroit, Mich., 1860. Studied: Dus- 
seldorf Academy, 1877-80; Lefebvre and Bou- 
langer in Paris. Member: ANA 1904, NA 
1896; first class medal, Vienna, 1898; gold 
Society of Artist?, London: Munich Secession 
(cor.) Berlin R. Acacl.; Nat. Inst. A. L. 
Honors: Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 1886; 



Melchers, Gari (Continued), 
first class medal, Amsterdam, 1887; third class 
medal, Paris Salon 1888; first class medal, Mu- 
nich, 1888; grand prize, Paris Exp., 1889; first 
prize, AIC 1891; medal of honor, p.erlm, 1891; 
gold medal, AC Phila. 1892; medal of honor, 
Antwerp, 1894; Temple gold medal, PAFA 
1906; first class medal, Vienna, 1898; gold 
medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; gold med- 
al, St. Louis Exp., 1904; second W. A. Clark 
prize, Corcoran Gal. 1910. Knight of the 
Order of St. Michael of Bavaria; Chevalier of 
the Legion of Honor of France 1S95, Officer 
1904; Officer R. Prussian Order of Red Eagle, 
1907. 

3667. Morning Room. 

Lent by Dr. George Woodward. 
Gallery 77, Wall A. 

3668. The Open Door. 

Gallery 77, Wall A. 

3669. Madonna of the Fields. 

Gallery 77, Wall A. 

3670. Girl Sewing. 

Gallery 77, Wall B. 

3671. Skaters. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 77, Wall B. 

3672. Breakfast Table. 

Gallery 77, Wall B. 

3673. House with Green Gable. 

Gallery 77, Wall B. 

3674. The Fencing Master. 

Lent by the Detroit Museum of 

Art. 
Gallery 77, Wall B. 

3675. Virginia. 

Gallery 77, Wall B. 

3676. House on Canal. 

Gallery 77, Wall B. 

3677. Young Woman at Toilet. 

Gallery 77, Wall B. 

3678. Sailor and His Sweetheart. 

Lent by the National Gallery, 

Freer Collection. 
Gallery 77, Wall C. 

3679. The White Church. 

Gallery 77, Wall C. 

3680. Supper at Emmaus. 

Gallery 77, Wall C. 

3681. Portrait Group. 

Lent by Hugo Reisinger Estate. 
Gallery 77, Wall C. 

3682. Roomful of Color. 

Gallery 77. Wall D. 

3683. Mother and Child. 

Lent by James Deering, Esq. 
Gallery 77, Wall D. 

3684. Maternity. 

Gallery 77, Wall D. 
. 3685. Lily Pond. 

'Gallery 77, Wall D. 

3686. Writing. 

Gallery 77, Wall D. 

3687. The Smithy. 

Gallery 77, Wall D. 



Meudenhall, Emma. 

Born Cincinnati, 1873. Studied: Cincin- 
nati Art Academy, under Duveneck; Shinne- 
cock School, under Rhoda Holmes Nicholls; 
Julian Academy in Paris. Member: SWA 
(Assoc.). 



1071. 
4309. 



4340. 



Luxembourg Gardens. 

Gallery 36, Wall D. 
Mulberry Street Hill. 

Gallery 119. Wall C. 
An English Village. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 
Street in St. Ives: Cornwall. 

Gallery 119, Wall D, 



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Menzler, Bertha 8. 

Born Chicago, 1074. Studied: AIC; with 
Merson, Collin and Aman-Jean in Paris. Hon- 
ors: Special prize, AIC, autumn 1903; Young 
Fortnightly prize, AIC 1909; Grower prize, 
AIC 1910. 

3467. Twilight on the Dunes. 
Gallery 72, Wall A. 

Merritt, Anna Lea. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1844. Studied with 
Heinrich Hoffman in Dresden; Henry Merritt 
in London. Associate Royal Soc. of Painter- 
Etchers. Honors: Centennial Exp., Philadel- 
phia, 1876; hon. mention, Paris Exp., 1889; 
two medals (oil painting and mural decora- 
tion), Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; medal, 
Atlanta Exp., 1895; hon. mention, Pan- Am. 
Exp., Buffalo, 1901. 

3819. Lure of Fame. 

Gallery 83, Wall B. 
4415. Nymph of Dew. 

Gallery 120, Wall B. 
4423. Youth. 

Gallery 120, Wall B. 

Meryman, Richard S. 

Born Boston, Mass., 1882. Studied: Art 
Museum School in Boston and with Abbott 
Thayer. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3415. Portrait. 

Gallery 71, Wall A. 

Messer, Edmund Clarence. 

Born Skowhegan, Me., 1842. Studied with 
Collin, Courtois and Aime Morot in Paris. 
Principal, Corcoran School of Art. 

2405. Blue Ridge. 

Gallery 49, Wall A. 

Metcalf, Willard L. 

Born Lowell, Mass., 1858. Studied with 
George L. Brown in Boston; Boulanger and 
Lefebvre in Paris. Member: AWCS; Ten 
Am. P.; Nat. Inst. A. L.; Union Inter, des 
Beaux- Arts et des Lettres. Honors: Hon. 
mention, Paris Salon 1888; medal, Columbian 
Exp., Chicago, 1893; Webb prize, SAA 1896; 
hon. mention, Paris Exp., 1900; silver medal, 
Pan- Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, 
St. Louis Exp., 1904; Temple gold medal, 
PAFA 1907; gold medal and first prize, Cor- 
coran AG 1907; Harris medal and prize, AIC 
1910; gold medal, Buenos Aires Exp., 1910; 
medal of honor, PAFA 1911; Sesnan medal, 
PAFA 1912. Instructor, Woman's Art School 
of Cooper Union, New York, and Rhode Island 
School of Design, Providence. 

Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific Internation- 
al Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3770. Trembling Leaves. 

Gallery 80, Wall A. 

3772. Early Spring Afternoon: Central 
Park. 

Gallery 80, Wall A. 
3774. Blossom Time. 

Gallery 80, Wall A. 
3802. Salmon River: Norway. 

Gallery 80, Wall D. 
3805. October Afternoon. 

Gallery 80, Wall D. 
3809. Cherry Blossoms. 

Gallery 80, Wall D. 
3811. Winter's Festival. 

Gallery 80, Wall D. 



Mielziner, Leo. 

Born New York. Studied: Cincinnati Art 
Academy; Gerome, Bouguereau and Ecole des 
Beaux-Arts, under Collin and Courtois in 
Paris; Kroyer in Copenhagen. 
983. Mrs. Herbert Baer. 

Gallery 36, Wall B. 
4320. Character Head. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 
4331. Mr. Philip Conway Sawyer. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 
4334. Mr. Gustave Pollak. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 
4350. A Profile in Silver Point. 
Gallery 119, Wall C. 

Millar, Addison Thomas. 

Born Warren, Ohio, 1860. Studied with 
Chase in New York; Benjamin Constant and 
Boldini in Paris. 

2180. Storm Warning. 

Gallery 44, Wall C. 

Miller, Kenneth Hayes. 

Born Kenwood, New York, 1876. Studied: 
ASL and Chase School, Instructor of Draw- 
ing and Painting at the Art Students' League 
of New York. Member: Union Internation- 
ale des Beaux-Arts, Paris. 

3792. The Swan. 

Gallery 80, Wall C. 

3796. The Cloud. 

Gallery 80, Wall C. 

Miller, Richard E. 

Born St. Louis, Mo., 1875. Studied: St. 
Louis School of Fine Arts; Constant and 
Laurens in Paris. Member: Inter. Soc. of 
Painters, Sculptors and Gravers. Honors: 
Gold medal, Paris Salon, 1900; bronze medal, 
Pan- Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904; gold medal, Paris Salon, 
1904; second medal, Liege Exp., 1905; Knight 
of the Legion of Honor, France, 1908; Tem- 
ple gold medal, PAFA 1911. 

Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific Internation- 
al Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2334. Nude. 

Gallery 47, Wall C. 

3323. The Visit. 

Gallery 69, Wall D. 

Mills, J. Harrison. 

Born Buffalo, N. Y., 1842. Studied: Buf- 
falo; Denver and Institute of Colorado. 

2683. Portrait of Charles W. Couldock, 
the Actor. 

Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts 

Academy. 
Gallery 58, Wall A. 

Milne, David. 

Born Paisley, Ontario, Canada, 1882. 
Studied: ASL of N. Y., under Dumond, Reu- 
terdahl and Bridgeman. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1728. Broken Color. 

Gallery 40, Wall B. 

1729. Black and White No. 1. 

Gallery 40, Wall B. 

1730. Tricolor. 

Gallery 40, Wall B. 

1731. Bronx Snow. 

Gallery 40, Wall B. 

1732. Interior New York Public Library. 

Gallery 40, Wall B. 

1733. Dots and Dashes. 

Gallery 40, Wall B. 

1734. Black and White No. 2. 

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Mitchell, Arthur. 

Born Gillespie, 111., 1864. Studied St. Louis 
School of Fine Arts. Member: SWA. Hon- 
or: McKinley prize, Exhibition of St. Louis 
Artists, 1906. 



4448. 



Close of a November Day. 
Gallery 120, Wall D. 



Mitchell, Eleanor B. 

Horn Pittsburgh. Studied: Paris, under 
Raphael, C'ollin and Oliver Merson; San Fran- 
cisco, under Arthur Mathews. 

3266. Cleaning the Fish. 

Gallery 37, Case 10. 

1267. Study of Lamplight. 

Gallery 37, Case 10. 

1268. Portrait. 

Gallery 37, Case 10. 
1273. Portrait. 

Gallery 37, Case 10. 

Mitchell, Laura M. D. 

Born at Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1883. 
Studied: ASL of N. Y. Honor: First prize 
at an exhibition of the Catherine Lorillard 
Wolfe Art Students' Club of New York in 
1908. Founder and Secretary-Treasurer of the 
California Society of Miniature Painters. 

1882. Study in Miniature. 

Gallery 40, Case 10. 

1884. My Grandmother. 

Gallery 40. Case 10. 

1885. Boy with Black Hat. 

Gallery 40, Case 10. 

1886. Margaret. 

Gallery 40, Case 10. 
1804. Old Fashioned Girl. 

Gallery 40, Case 10. 

Moeller, Selma M. D. 

Born in New York. Studied: ASL of N. 
Y.; with Birge Harrison, Woodstock, N. Y.; 
Win. M. Cha?e, N. Y. Honors: Scholarship 
in drawing at Art Students' League, New 
York City; Scholarship in Miniature Paint- 
ings, Art Students' League, N. Y. ; Second 
Honorable Mention in Painting. Students' 
League, N. Y. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Ex-position, San Francisco, 1915. 

1192. Portrait. 

Gallery 37, Case 1. 
1194. Annette. 

Gallery 37, Case 1. 
1196. Miss Stein. 

Gallery 37, Case 1. 

Molarsky, Morris. 

Honors: Honorable Mention, Art Club of 
Philadelphia, 1908; Fellowship Prize, Fellow- 
ship of The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine 
Arts, Philadelphia, 1909. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3235. Reflections. 

Gallery 68, Wall A. 

Monges, Henry B. 

Born Belville, Texas, 1870. Studied: Hop- 
kins Institute of Art, and University of Cali- 
fornia. 

4247. Sunset. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 



Montizambert, Beatrice. 

Born Quebec, Canada, 1874. Studied: 
Dresden; Berlin; Munich; London, with 
Brangwyn and Swan; New York. 

1216. Blue, Green and Gold. 

Gallery 37, Case 4. 
1221. Orange Tulips. 

Gallery 37, Case 4. 



Mooney, Edward. 

Born in New York, 1813. Student of In- 
man and Page. He painted several portraits 
of mayors of New York. Member of the 
American Academy. 

2732. Achmet Ben Amar. 

Lent by the City of New York. 
Gallery 59, Wall B. 



Mora, F. Luis. 

Born Montevideo, Uruguay, 1874. Studied: 
School of Boston Museum, under Benson and 
Tarbell; ASL of N. Y. under Mowbray. Mem- 
ber: ANA 1904; NA 1906; ASL of N. Y.; 
SI 1901; SAA 1905; N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1903; 
AWCS; NYWCC 1904. Honors: Gold medal, 
AC Phila. 1901; gold medal, AAS 190<2; two 
bronze medals,. St. Louis Exp., 1904; first 
Hallgarten prize, NAD 1906; Beal prize, 
NYWCC 1907; Evans prize, Salma. C. 1908; 
Shaw prize, Salma. C. 1910; Silver medal, 
Intl. Exp., Buenos Aires, 1910. 

Gold Medal for Oil Painting, Panama-Pacific 
International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

Gold Medal for Water Color Painting, Pan- 
ama-Pacific International Exposition, San Fran- 
cisco, 1915. 

2212. Black, Grey and Rose. 

Gallery 45, Wall A. 
3407. The Fortune Teller. 

Gallery 71, Wall A. 
4148. Vacation Time. 

Gallery 117, Wall D. 
4150. Spanish Fair in the Time of Goya. 

Gallery 117, Wall D. 



Moran, Edward. 

Born Philadelphia, 1862. Studied with his 
father, Edward Moran; PAFA under S. J. 
Ferris; NAD in New York; four years in 
Paris and London. Member: AWCS. Hon- 
ors: First Hallgarten prize, NAD 1886; first 
gold medal, Am. Art Assoc., New York, 1888. 

2932. Brush Burning. 

Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts 

Academy. 
Gallery 64, Wall A. 



Moran, Peter. 

Born Bolton, England, 1841; came to Amer- 
ica as a child. Studied with his brothers, 
Thomas and Edward Moran, in Philadelphia; 
also in London. Member: Phila. Soc of Etch- 
ers. Honors: Medal, Centennial Exp., Phila- 
delphia, 1876; medal for etchings on copper; 
gold medal, AAS 1902; gold medal, AC Phila. 
1904. 

2696. Pueblo of Zia. 

Gallery 58, Wall C. 
2739. September Haze. 

Gallery 59, Wall C. 
2974. Water Bearer: San Juan. 

Gallery 64, Wall D. 



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Moran, Thomas. 

Born Bolton, England, 1837; brought to 
America in 1844. Studied with James Hamil- 
ton in Philadelphia; in London, Paris and 
Italy. Member: ANA 1881; NA 1884; 
AWCS; PAFA. Honors: Medal and diploma, 
Centennial Exp., Philadelphia, 1876; silver 
medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; gold med- 
al, A AS 190^2. 

2054. A California Forest. 

Gallery 69, Wall B. 

Morse, Samuel F. B. 

Born Charlestown, Mass., 1791; died New 
York, 1872. Figure and portrait painter. Pu- 
pil of Washington Allston and Benjamin West. 
Gold medal by Adelphi Society of Arts, 1813. 
One of the original founders of the National 
Academy of Design, and President of that or- 
ganization from 1827 to 1845, and from 1861 
to 1862. 

2717. Portrait: Mrs. David Olyphant. 

Lent by Robert M. Olyphant, Esq. 

Gallery 59, Wall A. 
2720. Portrait of William Cullen Bryant. 

Lent by the National Academy of 
Design. 

Gallery 59, Wall A. 
2733. Wm. Paulding. 

Lent by the City of New York. 

Gallery 59, Wall B. 

Moser, James Henry. 

Born Whitby, Canada, 1854; died Washing- 
ton, D. C., 1913. Studied with John H. Witt 
and Charles H. Davis. Member: AWCS; 
NYWCC. Honors: Medal, Atlanta Exp., 
1895; first Corcoran prize, Wash. WCC 1900; 
bronze medal, Charleston Exp., 1902; Parsons 
prize, Wash. WCC 1903. Assistant Director, 
Knoxville, Tenn., Exp., 1910. 

1758. November Sunset: Canaan Moun- 
tain. 

Gallery 40, Wall D. 
1760. Pond Hill in October. 

Gallery 40, Wall D. 
1762. October in Cornwall. 

Gallery 40, Wall D. 
1770. Showery Weather: Adirondacks. 

Gallery 40, Wall D. 
1772. Overlook Mountain: C'atskills. 

Gallery 40, Wall D. 
1774. Fog Lifting. 

Gallery 40, Wall D. 

Mott-Smith, May. 

Born Honolulu, nawaii. Studied: Colorossi 
Academy under Courtois, Van Weyden, Gar- 
ridos, T. Spicer-Simson. 

1270. Sea Foam. 

Gallery 37, Case 10. 

1274. Portrait of a Woman. 

Gallery 37, Case 10. 

1275. Miniature. 

Gallery 37, Case 10. 

Mount, William Sidney. 

Born in Sautucket, L. I., 1807; died 1868. 
Familiarly called the Wilkie of America. 

2727. Flowers. 

Gallery 59, Wall B. 
2779. Portrait of President Van Buren. 

Gallery 60, Wall B. 
2800. The Painter's Triumph. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Aca- 
demy of the Fine Arts. 

Gallery 60, Wall D. 



Muhrman, Henry. 

Born Cincinnati, Ohio, 1854. Studied: Mu- 
nich Academy of Fine Art?. Member: AWCS; 
Inter. Soc. of Painters, Sculptors and Gravers; 
London Pastel Soc.; Munich Secession (hon.) ; 
Berlin Secession. Honors: Gold medal, Mu- 
nich Academy, 1877; medal, Columbian Exp., 
Chicago, 1893; gold medal, Munich Exp., 1897; 
gold medal, Inter. Exp., Dresden, 1901; gold 
medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific Internation- 
al Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2552. Flower Vendor. 

Gallery 54, Wall D. 

3515. Highgate. 

Gallery 54. Wall D. 

4212. Garden Flowers. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 

4213. Town and Sky. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 

4215. Boy with White Coat. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 

4216. Sunset. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 

4217. Autumn Landscape with Children. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 

4218. Chrysanthemums. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 
4410. The Barge. 

Gallery 120, Wall B. 

Mundy, Ethel Frances. 

Born Syracuse, N. Y. Studied: ASL of 
N. Y. Member of the Royal Society of Min- 
iature Painters of England, 1912. 

1222 Mr. F. A. Saunders. 

Gallery 37, Case 5. 

1224. Margaret Mundy. 

Gallery 37, Case 5. 

1225. Sally Cameron. 

Gallery 37, Case 5. 
1227. Miss Ruth Wales. 

Gallery 37, Case 5. 

Mura, Frank. 

Born at Alsace, 1861. Taken as a child to 
America and became an American citizen. 
Studied in Munich under Hertench and Loetttz 
and later at The Hague. 

Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific Internation- 
al Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2550 On the Downs. 

Gallery 54, Wall D. 
4^7 Cloudy Da'y on the Thames. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 
*228 Street in Warwick: Winter. 
Gallery 119, Wall A. 

4230. Brewer's Drayman. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 

4231. Washerwoman. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 
4232 Cottages in Warwick. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 
4*>38 Below London Bridge. 

Gallery 119. Wall A. 

4241. The Old Malt House. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 

4242. Market Carts. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 
4244. Barges in Tow. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 
4245 Castle Wall: Warwick. 

Gallery 119", Wall A. 

Murphy, Ada Clifford. 

Studied: Cooper Union and with Douglas 
Volk in New York. Honors: Hallgarten prize, 
NAD 1894; hon. mention, Pan-Am. Exp., Buf- 
falo, 1901. 

2303. Sweet Apples. 

Gallery 46, Wall D. 



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Murphy, Caroline Bowles. 

Born Lawrence, Kansas, 1867. Studied: 
ASL of N. Y. 

1027. In the Azores. 

Gallery 36, Wall C. 
1030. A Cloud. 

Gallery 36, Wall C. 
1032, Hot Springs. 

Gallery 30, Wall C. 

Murphy, Hermann Dudley. 

Born Marlboro, Mass., 1867. Studied: Bos- 
ton Museum School; Laurens in Paris. Mem- 
ber: NYWCC. Honors: Bronze medal, Pan- 
Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver medal for por- 
trait and bronze medal for water color, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904. 

Silver Medal for Oil Painting, Panama-Pa- 
cific International Exposition, San Francisco, 
1915. 

Silver Medal for Water Color Painting, Pan- 
ama-Pacific International Exposition, San Fran- 
cisco, 1915. 

1117. Fireworks. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 

1118. The Sails. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 
1123. The Yellow Palace. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 
1133. Rio San Antonio. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 

1139. The Green Door. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 

1140. The Salute. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 
2166. Venetian Brocade. 

Gallery 44, Wall B. 
2430. Moro Castle, San Juan. 

Gallery 50, Wall A. 
2434. Wind. 

Gallery 50, Wall A. 
2437. In the Azores. 

Gallery 50, Wall A. 

Murphy, J. Francis. 

Born Oswego, N. Y., 1853. Member: ANA 
1885, NA 1887; SAA 1901; AWCS. Honors: 
Second Hallgarten prize, NAD 1885; Webb 
prize, SAA 1887; medal, Columbian Exp., Chi- 
cago, 1893; Evans prize, AWCS, 1894; gold 
medal, AS Phila., 1899; hon. mention, Paris 
Exp., 1900'; silver medal, Pan- Am. Exp., 1901; 
gold medal, Charleston Exp., 190>2; Carnegie 
prize, SAA 190'2; silver medal, St. Louis Exp., 
1904; Innes gold medal, NAD 1910; gold med- 
al, Intl. Exp., Buenos Aires, 1910; Evans 
prize, Salma. C. 1911. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3315. Frostbitten Wood and Field. 
Gallery 69, Wall C. 

Murray, Frank Waldo. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
4429. Portrait of Robert Fowler. 
Gallery 120, Wall C. 

Murray, Grace H. 

Born in New York City, 1872. Studied: 
ASL of N. Y. ; Academy Julian, Paris, France; 
with Professor G. Ferrier and Wm. Bougue- 
reau. 

1291. Portrait of Mrs. H. L. W. 

Gallery 37. Case 12. 
1295. Miniature Study. 

Gallery 37, Case 12. 
My rick, Katharine. 
1883. S'tudy. 

Gallery 40, Case 10. 



Nahl, Perham W. 

Born San Francisco, 1869. Studied: Mark 
Hopkins Institute of Art, California School of 
Design, Akademie Heymann, Munchen. Hon- 
ors: Medal, Alaska-Yukon Exposition, Seattle; 
First Prize, poster (Thirteenth Labor of Her- 
cules) for the Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



2144. 



Despair. 

Gallery 43, Wall C. 



Neagle, John. 

Born Boston, 1799; died Philadelphia, 1865. 
Portrait painter. Studied with Dass Otis and 
Stuart. Married a stepdaughter and niece of 
Sully and devoted himself to portrait painting. 
Director of the PAFA 1830-31. 

2761. Junius Brutus Booth. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Gallery 60, Wall A. 

Neilson, Raymond P. R. 

Born New York. Studied with Laurens and 
Lucien Simon in Paris. Honors: Silver med- 
al, Salon des Artistes Francais, 1914. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2428. A Glass of Wine. 

Gallery 50, Wall A. 
3182. The Hand Glass. 

Gallery 67, Wall D. 
3186. A String of Beads. 

Gallery 67, Wall D. 



Nell, Tony. 

Born Washington, D. C. Studied: Stu- 
dents' School of Art, Denver. Member: 
NYWCC. Honor: Beal prize, NYWCC 1910. 

4139. Floating Feather. 

Gallery 117, Wall D. 
4233. Paper Ladies. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 
4239. Study in Black. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 

Nelson, Bruce. 

Born San Jose, Cal., 1888. Studied: Cali- 
fornia; New York. Honor: 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific. International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2448. The Golden Shore. 

Gallery 50, Wall C. 
3609. Along the Shore. 

Gallery 74, Wall C. 
4096. Sea and Sky. 

Gallery 117, Wall A. 
4176. The Summer Sea. 

Gallery 118, Wall B. 

Nettleton, Walter. 

Born New Haven, Conn., 1861. Studied: 
Yale School of Fine Arts; Boulanger and Le- 
febvre in Paris. Member: SAA 1901; ANA 
190'5. Honors: Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 
1892; silver medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; gold 
medal AAS 1907; bronze medal, Buenos Aires 
and Santiago Exp., 1910'. 

2171. When Sleeping Winter Dreams of 
Summer Skies. 

Gallery 44, Wall B. 



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Neuhaus. Eugen. 

Born Barmen, Germany, 1879. Studied: 
Kassel and Berlin, Germany, Holland and 
France. Member: San Francisco Soc. of 
Artists. Asst. Prof. Decorative Design, Uni- 
versity of California. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

2321. Plowing at Ingleside. 

Gallery 47, Wall B. 

2322. Monterey Dunes. 

Gallery 47, Wall B. 

2326. A Corner of Lake Merced. 

Gallery 47, Wall B. 

2327. Eucalypti at Berkeley Hills. 

Gallery 47, Wall B. 
2416. Cliffs at Westport. 

Gallery 49, Wall C. 
2419. Helvetia Cemetery. 

Gallery 49, Wall C. 

Newell, Peter. 

Born Illinois, 1862. Studied: ASL of N. Y. 

1928. My Daughter. 

Gallery 40, Case 13. 

1929. Portrait of Miss G. 

Gallery 40, Case 13. 

Nicholls. Bhoda Holmes. 

Born Coventry, England; came to America 
in 1884. Studied: Bloomsbury School of Art 
in London; Cammerano and Vertunni in Rome. 
Member: ASL of N. Y.; AWCS; NYWCC. 
Honors: Gold medal, Competitive Prize Fund 
Exh., New York; medal, Columbian Exp., Chi- 
cago, 1893; medal, Atlanta Exp., 1895; medal, 
Nashville Exp., 1897; medal, Boston; medal, 
Charlotte, N. C. ; bronze medal, Pan-Am. Exp., 
Buffalo, 1901 ; bronze medal, Charleston Exp., 
1902; bronze medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 



4191. 



1860. 

Gallery 118, Wall C. 



Nichols, Hobart. 

Born Washington, D. C., 1869. Studied 
with Howard Helmick and ASL in Washing- 
ton; Julian Academy and Castellucho in Paris. 
Member: ANA 1912; S. Wash. A.; Wash. 
WCC; NYWCC. Honors: Second Corcoran 
prize, Wash. WCC 1901; Parsons prize, S. 
Wash. A. 1902; Parsons prize, Wash. WCC 
1904; first Corcoran prize, Wash. WCC 1906. 
A?st. to Dir. of Fine Arts, U. S. Commission, 
Paris Exp., 1900. 



3177. 



The Knob: Maine. 

Gallery 67, Wall C. 



R. I. 



Nisbet, Robert H. 

Born Providence, R. I. Studied: 
School of Design; ASL of N. Y. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



3444. 



The Emerald Robe. 

Gallery 71, Wall D. 



Noble, John. 

Born Wichita, Kansas, 1874. 
Paris. 



Paris: The Beach. 

Gallery 117. Wall A. 
Toilers of the Sea. 

Gallery 120, Wall A. 



Studied in 



Noble, Thomas Satterwhite. 

Born in Lexington, Ky., 1835; died 1906. 
Studied with Thomas Couture in Paris. Re- 
turned to United States in 1859. Resided in 
St. Louis and later in Cincinnati, Ohio. In 
1869 was in charge of the School of Design of 
the McMicken University, which became in 
1884 the Art Academy of Cincinnati. Retired 
in 1904 as Professor Emeritus. Honors: Sil- 
ver medal, Cincinnati Exposition; medal, At- 
lanta, Ga., 1895. 



2685. 



The Polish Exile. 

Gallery 58, Wall A. 



Nordell, Carl J. 

Born Copenhagen, Denmark. Studied: Bos- 
ton Museum School under Tarbell; ASL of 
N. Y. under Bridgeman and Dumond; Julian 
Academy in Paris under Laurens; R. I. School 
of Design. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2348. The Chinese Beads. 

Gallery 48, Wall A. 
3308. The Pink Scarf. 

Gallery 69, Wall B. 
3311. The Hostess. 

Gallery 69, Wall C. 
3511. The Listeners. 

Gallery 72, Wall D. 



Normal, Mabel. 

Born at Newport, R. I. 
bell, Benson and Hale. 



Studied with Tar- 



4269. Portrait of Mrs. Helene Anderson. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 
4272. Portrait of Mr. Charles H. Hapgood. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 
4276. Maestro Alessandro. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 
4284. Matilde. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 

4288. Portrait of Dr. George Cerio. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 

4289. Maestro Alessandro: Profile. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 

4293. Portrait of Mrs. Wm. R. Hunter. 
Gallery 119, Wall B. 

Nourse, Elizabeth. 

Born Cincinnati, O., I860'. Studied: Art 
Academy in Cincinnati; Lefebvre, Henner and 
Carolus-Duren in Paris. Member: Soc. Nat. 
des Beaux- Arts 1901. Honors: Medal, Co- 
lumbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; third class med- 
al, Inst. de Carthage, Tunis, 1897; first class 
gold medal, Nashville Exp., 1897: silver medal, 
Paris Exp., 1900; silver medal, St. Louis Exp., 
1904. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 



2606. 



Summer. 

Gallery 56, Wall A. 



4404. 



Noyes, George L. 

Born Canada, 1864. Studied with Courtois, 
Rixen, Le Blanc and Delance in Paris. Hon- 
ors: Bronze medal, International Exposition, 
Buenos Aires, 1910. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2449. Mount Lafayette. 

Gallery 50, Wall C. 
3793. Late Autumn. 

Gallery 80, Wall C. 
3797. Spring Morning: Medfield. 

Gallery 80, Wall C. 



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Nunn, Frederick. 

Born Philadelphia, 1879. Studied: PAFA 
under Anschutz, Breckenridge, Chase and Ce- 
cilia Beaux. 

930. Harbor in Winter. 

Gallery 36, Wall A. 
940. Sand and Sea. 

Gallery 36, Wall A. 
2157. A Seaside Roost. 

Gallery 44, Wall A. 

Oakley, Thornton. 

Born Pittsburgh, Pa., 1881. Studied archi- 
tecture at Univ. of Pa.; pupil of Howard Pyle 
at Wilmington. Member: Phila. WCC. Hon- 
ors: Arthur Brooke Prize, Univ. of Pennsyl- 
vania; Beck prize, 12th Annual Phila. Water 
Color Exhibition, 1914. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

73'. Rajputana. 

Gallery 26, Wall C. 

78. Bullock Cart : Rajuputana. 

Gallery 26, Wall D. 

79. Water Buffalo. 

Gallery 26, Wall D. 

80. Fagot Gatherer. 

Gallery 26, Wall D. 

81. Shinto Pilgrim. 

Gallery 26, Wall D. 

82. Peasant Woman. 

Gallery 26, Wall D. 

83. Fisherman. 

Gallery 26, Wall D. 

85. The Guard of the Maharajah. 

Gallery 26, Wall D. 

86. Fakir. 

Gallery 26, Wall D. 

Oakley, Violet. 

Born New York, 1874. Studied: ASL of 
N. Y.; PAFA under Howard Pyle and Cecilia 
Beaux; Aman-Jean, Collin and Lazar in Paris. 
Member: Phila. WCC; NYWCC; SI (Assoc.); 
Mural P. Honors: Gold medal for illustra- 
tion and silver medal for mural decoration, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904; gold medal of honor, PAFA 
1905. 

Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific Internation- 
al Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1371. The Divine Comedy of Dante. 

Lent by Robert J. Collier, Esq. 

Gallery 38, Wall B. 
3015. The Tragic Muse. 

Lent by Edward H. Coates, Esq. 

Gallery 65, Wall B. 

O'Brien, Frank M. 
4118. Dunes in Italy. 

Gallery 117, Wall C. 

Ochtman, Leonard. 

Born Zonnemaire, Holland, 1854; settled at 
Albany, N. Y., 1866. Self-taught. Member: 
SAA 1891; ANA 1898; NA 1904; AWCS; 
NYWCC; Nat. Inst. AL. Honors: Prize, 
Brooklyn AC 1891; medal, Columbian Exp., 
Chicago, 1893; gold medal, AC Phila. 1894; 
silver medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; 
silver medal, Charleston Exp., 1902; Morgan 
prize, Salma. C. 1902; Shaw fund prize, SAA 
190<2; Inness gold medal, NAD 1903; Evans 
prize, Salma. C. 1903; Webb prize, SAA 1904; 
two gold medals (oil and water color), St. 
Louis Exp., 1904; second Corcoran prize, S. 
Wash. A. 1905; Thead purchase, Richmond 



Ochtman, Leonard (Continued). 
(Ind.); AC 1905; Inness prize, Salma C. 1906; 
Evans prize, Salma. C. 1907; medal of second 
class, Knoxville Exp. 1911. 

Sih-er Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3184. Winter Morning: Mianus River. 

Gallery 67, Wall D. 

3185. The Brook in Spring. 

Gallery 67, Wall D. 

Olinsky, Ivan G. 

Born South Russia, 1878. Came to this 
country, 1891. Studied:^ NAD 1893-1898, win- 
ning all school prizes. For eight years assist- 
ant to John La Farge. Studied abroad, 190>8, 
in Venice and Paris, exhibiting at Salon. Re- 
turned to America in 1911. On Faculty of 
Schools of National Academy of Design. Mem- 
ber: Association of Mural Painters; Associate 
of National Academy of Design, 1914. Hon- 
ors: Thomas B. Clarke prize, National Acad- 
emy of Design, 1914. 



2184. 



Two Girls. 

Gallery 44, Wall C. 



Oliver, Jean Nutting. 

Born Lynn, Mass, 
seum School. 

1301. 



Studied: Boston Mu- 



The Shade Hat. 

Gallery 37, Case 13. 
1305. Master Aldrich. 

Gallery 37, Case 13. 



Olson, Albert Byron. 

Born Montrose, Colo., 
PAFA. 

2415. 
4091. 
4279. 
4281. 



1885. Studied: 



Still Life. 

Gallery 49, Wall C. 
Decoration: The Three Sisters. 

Gallery 117, Wall A. 
Ballet, 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 
Ballet, 

Gallerv 119, Wall B. 



Olson, Joseph Oliver. 

Born Buffalo, Minn., 1894. Studied with F. 
Tadema. Honors: First prize for Landscape, 
King County Fair, Seattle, Wash. 

4422. The Landscape Class. 

Gallery 120, Wall B. 

Otis, Amy. 

Born Sherwood, N. Y. Studied: Philadel : 
phia School of Design and PAFA; Colorossi 
Academy, Courtois and Carrido in Paris. 
Member: Phila. WCC; Pa. S. Min. P. 

1361. A College Girl. 

Gallery 37, Case 18. 
1365. Portrait of an Artist. 

Gallery 37, Case 18. 

Otis, Bass. 

Born in New England, 1784; died in Phila- 
delphia, 1861. Invented the Perspective Por- 
tractor, 1815, and made the first lithograph on 
stone produced in America, 1891. 



Portrait of Mrs. Cromwell. 

Lent by Thomas C'. Corner, Esq. 
Gallery 60, Wall C. 



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Packard, Mabel. 

Born Iowa. Studied: AIC; Colorossi Acad- 
emy in Paris. Member: Chicago SA. Hon- 
or: Bronze medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

1231. Portrait: Miss P. 

Gallery 37, Case 6. 
1235. Study of a Head. 

Gallery 37, Case 6. 



Paddock, Ethel Louise. 
Born New York, 1887. 
School of Art; Henri. 



Studied: New York 



1034. Red Haired Girl. 

Gallery 36, Wall C. 
1070. Night. 

Gallery 36, Wall D. 

Paddock, Josephine. 

Born New York, 1885. Studied: ASL of 
N. Y.; Henri School of Art. 

2119. The Blue Feather. 

Gallery 43, Wall B. 
2126. Youth. 

Gallery 43, Wall B. 
3152. Two Girls. 

Gallery 67, Wall A. 
3329. Black Cap. 

Gallery 69, Wall D. 
3497. Miss M. and a Parrot. 

Gallery 72, Wall C. 

Page, Marie Danforth. 

Born Boston, 1869. Studied: Boston Mu- 
seum School. Member: Union Inter, des 
Beaux-Arts et des Lettres. Honor: 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2304. Portrait of Anna Coleman Ladd. 

Gallery 46, Wall D. 
3031. Dressing Genevieve. 

Gallery 65, Wall C. 
3242. Tommy. 

Gallery 60, Wall A. 

Page, William. 

Born in Albany, N. Y., 1811; died in Staten 
Inland, 1885. Studied with S. F. B. Morse. 
Painted in Albany, New York, Boston, and 
Rome. Produced his Venus, 1859, and Shake- 
speare from the Death Mask, 1876. 

2799. Mother and Child. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Aca- 
demy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 60, Wall D. 

Pages, Jules. 

Born San Francisco, Cal., 1867. Studied 
with Constant, Lefebvre and Robert-Fleury in 
Paris. Honors: Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 
1895; third class medal, Paris Salon, 1899; 
second class medal, Paris Salon, 1905. Instruc- 
tor at the Julian Academy night class since 
1902. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

3305. On the Quais: Paris. 

Gallery 69, Wall B. 

Paige, Philip Stuart. 

Born London, England, 1886. Studied: 
Heatherbys, Royal Academy Schools, London, 
England. 

1226. Me and Pussy. 

Gallery 37, Case 5. 



Palmer, Pauline. 

Born McHenry, 111. Studied: AIC, Collin, 
Prinet, Courtois and Simon in Paris. Mem- 
ber: Chicago SA. Honors: Bronze medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904; Young Fortnightly prize, 
1907; Marshall Field prize, 1907. 

3012. The Ledge. 

Gallery 65, Wall B. 

Pancoast, Morris Hall. 

Born Salem, N. J., 1877. Studied: PAFA 
under Anshutz; Laurens in Paris. 



4443 1 . 



Afternoon: Tomkinsville. 
Gallery 120, Wall C. 



Pape, Eric. 

Born San Francisco, 1870'. Studied: Emil 
Carlsen in New York; Ecole des Beaux-Arts 
in Paris under Gerome. Member: United 
Arts C., London; Royal Soc. of Arts, London; 
Atlantic Union, London; North British Acad- 
emy; Director, Eric Pape School of Art. Hon- 
ors: Five medals and diplomas at various ex- 
hibitions. 

3420. Edith Wynne Mathison as Hermione. 

Gallery 71, Wall B. 
3426. Mrs. John Hayes Hammond. 

Gallery 71, Wall B. 
4260. The Mexican Dance. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 

Paradise, John W. 

Born in New Jersey, 1783; died 1833. He 
went to Philadelphia and for a short time 
studied under Bolezan and in 180'3 commenced 
professionally as an artist. In 1810 moved to 
New York, where he was actively engaged for 
many years. Most of the engravings in the 
Methodist Magazine are from his paintings. 

2784. Portrait. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Gallery 60, Wall C. 

Parker, Lawton S. 

Born Fairfield, Mich., 1868. Studied with 
Gerome, Laurens, Constant, Besnard and 
Whistler in Paris; Chase in New York. Mem- 
ber: Chicago SA. Honors: John Armstrong 
Candler Five-year European Scholarship, 1896; 
hon. mention, Paris Salon, 1900* ; third class 
medal, Paris Salon, 1902; silver medal St. 
Louis Exp., 1904; gold medal, Inter. Exp., Mu- 
nich, 190'5; Hon. mention, C. I. Pittsburgh, 
1907; Calm prize, AIC 1907. 

Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific Internation- 
al Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3296. Portrait of Mrs. Ray Atherton. 

Gallery 69, Wall B. 
3298. Paresse. 

Gallery 69, Wall B. 
3300. An English Girl. 

Gallery 69, Wall B. 

Parrish, Clara Weaver. 

Born Salem, Ala. Studied: ASL of N. Y. 
under Chase, Mowbray, Cox and J. Alden 
Weir. Member: NYWCC. Honors: Silver 
medal, Appalachian Exposition; Watrous Prize, 
Associated Women Painters and Sculptors. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3860. The Worshiper. 

Gallery 85, Wall B. 



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Parrish, Stephen. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1846. Self-taught. 
Member: R. Soc. Painter-Etcher, London; N. 
Y. Etching C. 



2!>43. 



Gallery 64 



t: Cape C< 
, Wall A. 



Parshall, De Witt. 

Born Buffalo, N. Y., 1864. Studied with 
Cormon, Bouguereau and Alexander Harrison 
in Paris. Member: ANA 1910. 

2352. The Hermit Creek Canyon. 

Gallery 48, Wall A. 
2070. Great Abyss. 

Gallery 48, Wall C. 

Partington, Gertrude. 

Born Heasham, England. Studied: Paris 
and Madrid. 

Bronze Medal. Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3500. Portrait of Mrs. Jack Allan Parting- 
ton. 

Gallery 72, Wall C. 

Partington, J. H. E. 
2084. The Old Bellman. 

Lent by R. L. Partington, Esq. 
Gallery 58, Wall A. 

Pattee, Elsie Dodge. 

Born Chelsea, Mass. Studied: Paris, 
France. Member American Society of Min. 
Painters. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1809. The Little Embroiderer. 

Gallery 40, Case 9. 
1872. The Yellow Book. 

Gallery 40, Case 9. 
187.,. The Pink Scarf. 

Gallery 40, Case 9. 
1875. At the Window. 

Gallery 40, Case 9. 

Patterson, Margaret J. 

Born Socrabajia, Java. Studied: Pratt 
Inst. under Arthur Dow in Brooklyn; Charles 
II. Woodbury in Boston; Castelluchio in Italy. 
Director of Drawing, Boston Public Schools. 

4254. Basque Fishing Boats. 
Gallery 119, Wall A. 

Patterson, Rebecca Burd Peale. 

Born Philadelphia, 1881. Studied: Penna. 
Museum and School of Industrial Art, Wm. 
J. Whittemore, New York. 

.1200. George, Jr. 

Gallery 37, Case 1. 

Paxson, Martha K. D. 

Born Philadelphia, 1875. Studied: School 
of De. c ign for Women. 

1310. Muriel S. 

Gallery 37, Case 14. 

Paxton, Elizabeth Okie. 

Born Providence, R. I. Studied with Will- 
iam M. Paxton. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
\vposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1152. In the Morning. 

Gallery 117, Wall D, 



Paxton, William McGregor. 

Born Baltimore, 1869. Studied: Ecole des 
Beaux-Arts in Paris under Gerome; Dennis M. 
Bunker in Boston. Honors: Hon. mention, 
Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; bronze medal, 
St. Louis Exp., 1904; silver medal, Internation- 
al Exposition, Buenos Aires, 1910; lion, men- 
tion, Appalachian Exposition, Knoxville, 1911. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

3771. Breakfast. 

Gallery 80, Wall A. 
3773. Daylight and Lamplight. 

Gallery 80, Wall A. 
3784. Bellissima. 

Gallery 80, Wall B. 
3787. Portrait of James Paxton. 

Gallery 80, Wall B. 
3794. Woman and Baby. 

Gallery 80, Wall C. 
3808. Glow of Gold and Gleam of Pearl. 

Gallery 80, Wall D. 
3812. The Housemaid. 

Gallery 80, Wall D. 



Payne, Edgar. 

Born Boston, 1867. Studied: Boston, Flor- 
ence, Institute de Belle Arti; Julian Academy, 
Paris, 1910. 



3449. 



Infinitude. 

Gallery 71, Wall D. 



Peale, Charles Wilson. 

Born in Chestertown, Md., 1741; died in 
Philadelphia, 1827. Pursued portrait painting 
without regular instruction until 1768. Then 
went to England and resided in the household 
of West. Returned to this country in 1770. 
Painted at Mount Yernon the first and earliest 
authentic portrait of Washington, May, 1772. 
He is said to have painted Washington from 
life fourteen times. Was one of the founders 



of the PAFA, in 180-5, and a Director until 

1810-. 

2791. Portrait of Colonel Charles Pettit, 
Washington's Quartermaster Gen- 
eral. 

Lent by Mrs. Seth C. Hether- 

ington. 
Gallery GO, Wall C. 

Peale, J. S. 

2701. The Pet. 

Lent by the National Academy of 

Design. 
Gallery 58, Wall C. 

Peale, James. 

Born Annapolis, Md., 1749; died in Philadel- 
phia, 1831. Brother of Charles Willson Peale, 
and his pupil. Served in the Revolution as an 
officer. Executed many portraits and minia- 
tures; also attempted landscapes. 

1325. Portrait of Reuben Etting. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Aca- 
demy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 37. Case 15. 
1328. Portrait of Frances Gratz Etting. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Aca- 
demy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 37, Case 15. 

2702. Anna and Margaretta Peale. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Aca- 
demy of the Fine Arts. 
GO, Wa! *- 



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Peale, Rembrandt. 

Born Bucks County, Penn., 1778; died Phil- 
adelphia, 1860. Studied with his father, 
Charles Willson Peale, and Benjamin West. 
Exhibited at Royal Academy, London, 1833. 
2686. George Taylor. 

Lent by The Brooklyn Museum. 
Gallery 58, Wall A. 
2789. Henry Robinson. 

Gallery 60, Wall C. 

Fearce, Charles Sprague. 

Born Boston, Mass., 1851; died 1914. 
Studied with Bonnat in Paris. Member: SAA 
1886; ANA 1906; Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: 
Medal, Boston, 1878; hon. mention, Paris 
Salon, 1881; prize PAFA 1881; silver medal, 
Boston, 1881; third class medal, Paris Salon, 
1883; gold medal, Mechanics' Inst., Boston, 
1884; Temple gold medal, PAFA 1885; gold 
medal of honor, Ghent, 1886; gold medal, Mu- 
nich, 1888; diploma of honor, Berlin, 1891; 
gold medal, San Francisco, 1894; gold medal, 
Atlanta Exp., 1895; Vienna Staats gold medal, 
1898; silver medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 
1901; Chevalier of thq Legion of Honor, 
France, 1894; Order of Leopold, Belgium, 
1895; Order of the Red Eagle, Prussia, 1897; 
Order of Dannerberg, Denmark, 1899. 

919. The Beheading of John the Baptist. 
Lent by Art Institute of Chicago. 
Gallery 35, Wall A. 

Pearson, Joseph T., Jr. 

Born Germantown, Pa., 1876. Studied with 
J. Alden Weir and Wm. M. Chase. Honors: 
Bronze medal, Intl. Exp., Buenos Aires, 1910; 
Second Hallgarten prize, NAD 1911; hon. men- 
tion, C. I. Pittsburgh, 1911; Sesnan medal, 
PAFA 1911. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

3318. Ducks in a Marsh. 

Gallery 69, Wall D. 

3327. Fox and Geese. 

Gallery 69, Wall D. 

Pennoyer, Sheldon P. 

Born Oakland, Cal., 1888. Studied in Paris. 
1119. Trinket Vendor: Frascati. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 
1141. Market Scene: Frascati. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 

Peper, Meta A. 

Born New York, 1887. Studied: Cooper 
Institute and ASA of N. Y. 
1897. Portrait of Young Man. 
Gallery 40, Case 11. 
1908. Portrait of Christine Peper. 
Gallery 40, Case 11. 

Percy, Isabelle C. 

Born Alameda, Cal., 1882. Studied: Hop- 
kins Art Institute, San Francisco; Teachers 
College, Columbia, N. Y.; Brangwyn in Lon- 
don. Member: NSC. Instructor, Berkeley 
School of Arts and Crafts. 



4295. 



Interior of Mission: San Juan. 
Gallery 119, Wall B. 



Perrie, Bertha E. 

Honors: Second Corcoran prize, Washing- 
ton WCC 1900; first Corcoran prize, Washing- 
ton WCC 1904. 

1889. An English Garden. 

Gallery 40, Case 10. 
1896. A Brittany Peasant Girl. 
Gallery 40, Case 10. 



Perrine, Van Dearing. 

Born Garnett, Kan., 1869. Honors: Silver 
medal, Charleston Exp., 1902; hon. mention, 
C. I. Pittsburgh, 1903. 

Sih'cr Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



2185. 



Children of the Wind. 
Gallery 44, Wall C. 



Perry, Lilla Cabot. 

Born Boston. Studied: Julian and Colo- 
rossi Academies in Paris. Honors: Silver 
medal, Mass. Mechanics Assoc., Boston, 1892; 
bronze medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2145. My Lamb. 

Gallery 43, Wall C. 
2992. Hildegarde. 

Gallery 65, Wall A. 
3028. A Fairy Tale. 

Gallery 65, Wall C. 
3293. Open-Air Concert. 

Gallery 69, Wall A. 

Peterson, Jane. 

Born Elgin, 111. Studied with Snell, Birge 
Harrison and Dumond in New York; Brang- 
wyn in London; Blanche in Paris; Sorolla in 
Madrid. Member: NYWCC. 

4219. Rapids Above Niagara. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 
4267. Sunlight and Shadow : Venice. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 
4271. Old Venice. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 
4346. Old Morlaix. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 
4381. Low Tide. 

Gallery 119, Wall D. 

Peyraud, Frank C. 

Born Bulle. Switzerland, 1858. Studied: 
AIC; Ecole des Beaux- Arts in Paris. Mem- 
ber: Chicago S. A.; SWA. Honors: Fort- 
nightly prize, AIC 1899. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2213. Summer Evening. 

Gallery 45, Wall A. 
323$. October. 

Gallery 68, Wall A. 

Pfeiffen, Justus. 

Born New York, 1888. Studied: NAD, and 
with Emil Carlson. Honor: Silver medal, Int. 
Exp., Buenos Aires, 1910. 



2103. 



Central Park. 

Gallery 43, Wall A. 



Phillips, Caroline King. 

Born Auburn, New York, 1869. Studied: 
School of Design, Philadelphia, L. O. Merson 
Studio, Paris; School of the Museum of Fine 
Arts, Boston. 

1846. Miss Elizabeth Johnson. 

Gallery 40, Case 7. 

1847. Mrs. W. S. Burgess. 

Gallery 40, Case 7. 
1850. Graham Newell Fitch. 

Gallery 40, Case 7. 

1852. Colonel Graham Denby Fitch. 

Gallery 40, Case 7. 

1853. Miss Carol S. Johnson. 

Gallery 40, Case 7. 



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Piazzoni, Gottardo F. P. 

Born Intragna, Switzerland, 1872. Studied: 
San Francisco, Paris and Rome. 

3245. The End of the Day. 

Gallery 68, Wall B. 
3253. Lux Aeterna. 

Gallery 68, Wall B. 



Pierce, Lucy V. 

Born San Francisco, 1890. Studied: Cali- 
fornia School Arts and Crafts, Berkeley; San 
Francisco Institute of Art. 

4226. Carmel Landscape. 

Gallery 119. Wall A. 



Pine, Robert Edge. 

Born in London, 1742; died in Philadelphia, 
1790'. He was the son of Mr. John Pine, the 
engraver, and was established in London as 
early as 1761-62. For his picture "The Sur- 
render of Calais," 1760, he received the first 
prize of one hundred guineas from the Society 
for the Encouragement of Art. In 1762 he ob- 
tained the first prize for "Canute on the Sea 
Shore, Reproving His Courtiers for Flattery." 
His first portrait was that of the Hon. Francis 
Hopkinson and bears the date of 1785. 

2788. Portrait: General Henry Lee. 

Lent by John Frederick Lewis, 

Esq. 
Gallery 60, Wall C. 



Pooke, Marion L. 

Born Natick, Mass. Studied: Boston Nor- 
mal Art School; School of the Museum of Fine 
Arts, Boston. Honor: 

Silver Medal. Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2987. Silhouettes. 

Gallery 65, Wall A. 
3317. The Wall Flower. 

Gallery 69, Wall C. 
3500. Donna Italiana. 

Gallery 72, Wall C. 



Poor, Henry Varnum. 

Born Chapman, Kansas, 1887. 
London and Paris. 



Studied: 



3145. The Orchardist and His Family 
Gallery 67, Wall A. 

4173. Baby's Toilet. 

Gallery 118, Wall B. 



Poore, Kenry E. 

Born Newark, N. J., 1859. Studied: Peter 
Moran and PAFA in Philadelphia; NAD in 
New York; Luminais and Bouguereau in Paris. 
Member: ANA 1888; Union Inter, des Beaux- 
Arts et des Lettres. Honors: First prize 
American Art Assoc.; second Hallgarten prize; 
NAD 1888; bronze medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buf- 
falo, 1901; silver medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; 
gold medal, Buenos Aires, 1910. 

Silver 'Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2333. Twilight on the Moor. 

Gallery 47, Wall C. 
2578. New England Winter. 

Gallery 55, Wall B. 



Potthast, Edward Henry. 

Born Cincinnati, O., 1857. Studied: Cin- 
cinnati Academy; Antwerp, Munich and Paris. 
Member: SAA 1902; ANA 1899; NA 1906; 
AWCS; NYWCC; Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: 
Clarke prize, NAD 1899; Evans prize, AWCS 
1901; gold medal, AAS 1902; Inness prize, 
Salma. C. 1904; silver medal, St. Louis Exp., 
1904; Morgan prize, Salma. C. 1904; Inness 
prize, Salma. C. 1905. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
2178. The Illecilewaet Glacier. 
Gallery 44, Wall C. 
2233. Peace and Quiet, 

Gallery 45, Wall C. 
2349. A Rift in the Clouds. 

Gallery 48, Wall A. 
2583'. A Holiday. 

Gallery 55, Wall C. 

2584. The Seaside. 

Gallery 55, Wall C. 

2585. Splashing. 

Gallery 55, Wall C. 

2588. A July Day. 

Gallery 55, Wall C. 

2589. In the Surf. 

Gallery 55, Wall C. 

2590. Kiddies. 

Gallery 55, Wall C. 

Powell, Arthur J. E. 

Born Vanwert, O., 1864. Studied: San 
Francisco School of Design; St. Louis School 
of Fine Arts; Julian Academy, Toudouze and 
Ferrier in Paris. 

2357. Bronx Mills. 

Gallery 48, Wall A. 

Powers, Marion. 

Born London, England. Studied in Paris 
and London. Honors: Walter Lippincott 
prize, PAFA 1907; silver medal, International 
Exhibition, Buenos Aires, 1910: 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position,, San Francisco, 1915. 
2604. The Bouquet. 

Gallery 56, Wall A. 
2607. A Tea Party. 

Gallery 56, Wall A. 
2609. Encore. 

Gallery 56, Wall A. 

Pratt, Matthew. 

Born Philadelphia, 1734; died Philadelphia, 
1805. Accompanied the father of Benjamin 
West to London in 1764. Became a pupil of 
West. Returned to Philadelphia in 1768, and 
resumed his profession there. 

2786. Portrait of Benjamin West. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 60, Wall C. 

Prendergast, Maurice B. 

Born Boston, Mass., 1860. Studied: Julian 
Academy, Paris; Ecole des Beaux-Arts. Mem- 
ber: NYWCC. Honor: Bronze medal for 
water color, Pan- Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901. 

1104. The Beach. 

Gallery 37, Wall A. 

1105. The Rocks. 

Gallery 37, Wall A. 

1106. Salute : Venice. 

Gallery 37, Wall A. 

1107. Canal : Venice. 

Gallery 37, Wall A. 

1108. Under the Trees. 

Gallery 37, Wall A. 

1109. The Sea. 

Gallery 37, Wall A. 



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Preston, James. 
2433. Landscape. 

Gallery 50, Wall A. 

4221. Paris No. 9. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 

4222. Hamburg : Bavaria. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 

4223. Paris No. 7. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 

4224. Paris No. 5: Cafe. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 

4248. Paris No. 8. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 

4249. Paris No. 6. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 

4250. Paris No. 4. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 

4251. Paris No. 3. 

Gallery 119. Wall A. 
4349. Regenburg : Bavaria. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 



Preston, May Wilson. 

Born New York, 1873. Studied: ASL of 
N. Y.; NAD; Whistler School in Paris. Mem- 
ber: SI (Assoc.). 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1750. Drawing No. 5. 

Gallery 40, Wall C. 

1751. Drawing No. 1. 

Gallery 40, Wall C. 

1752. Drawing No. 4. 

Gallery 40, Wall C. 

1753. Drawing No. 3. 

Gallery 40, Wall C. 

1754. Drawing No. 6. 

Gallery 40, Wall C. 

1755. Drawing No. 2. 

Gallery 40, Wall C. 



Price, Eugenia. 

Born in Texas, 1868. Studied: St. Louis 
School of Fine Arts; AIC; Mrs. Virginia 
Reynolds. 

3842. Portrait: Mary Angell. 

Gallery 40, Case 6. 
1845. The Spirit of Autumn. 

Gallery 40, Case 6. 



Purdie, Evelyn. 

Born Smyrna, Asia Minor. Studied: Bos- 
ton Museum School under Grundmann; Caro- 
lus-Duran, Henner and Mme. Debillemont- 
Chardon in Paris. Member: Pa. S. Min. P. 

1338. An Old Woman. 

Gallery 37, Case 16. 

1339. Miss Rice'. 

Gallery 37. Case 16. 

1340. Portrait of Nancy. 

Gallery 37, Case 16. 

1341. Mrs. Oakley. 

Gallery 37, Case 16. 

1342. Young Girl in Blue. 

Gallery 37, Case 16. 

Purefoy, Heslope. 

Born Chapel Hill. N. C. Studied: Mere- 
dith College, Raleigh, N. C.; ASL of N. Y. 

1916. Jeanette. 

Gallery 40, Case 12. 

1918. Portrait Study. 

Gallery 40, Case 12. 

1919. Miss Clark. 

Gallery 40, Case 12. 



Puthuff, Hanson. 

Born Waverly, Mo., 1875. Stxidied: Uni- 
versity Art School, Denver, Colo. Honors: 
Honorable Mention, Art School, Denver, 1892; 
second prize, Painters Club Exhibition, 1909; 
honorable mention and ca?h prize, Spring Ex- 
hibition, California Art Club, 1913; diploma, 
Alaska- Yukon Exposition. 

2182. Home of the Ranger. 

Gallery 44, Wall C. 
2186. Gray Day in Summer. 

Gallery 44, Wall C. 

Pyle, Howard. 

Born in Wilmington, Del., 1853. Died in 
Florence, Italy, 1911. Was educated in pri- 
vate schools and in the ASL of N. Y. ; an 
instructor at the Drexel Institute, Philadel- 
phia, a member of the National Institute of 
Arts and Letters, associate member of the 
NAD, 1905; Academician, 1907. 

THE PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS, BY HOWARD 
PYLE, EXHIBITED IN GALLERIES FORTY-ONE AND 
FORTY-TWO AND SELECTED FROM THE MEMORIAL 
COLLECTION OF THE ARTIST'S WORK BELONGING 
TO THE WILMINGTON SOCIETY OF FINE ARTS, 
ARE LENT BY THAT SOCIETY. 

2054. Battle of Yorktown. 

Gallery 42, Wall A. 

2055. Inauguration of Washington. 

Gallery 42, Wall A. 

2056. Dividing the Treasure. 

Gallery 42, Wall A. 

2057. Captain Kidd. 

Gallery 42, Wall A. 

2058. La Salle Before Louis XIV. 

Gallery 42, Wall A. 

2059. Atlas and Hercules. 

Gallery 42, Wall A. 

2060. Lord of the Earth. 

Gallery 42, Wall A. 

2061. Suicide. 

Gallery 42, Wall A. 

2062. The Tory. 

Gallery 42, Wall A. 
2063'. Magic Harper. 

Gallery 42, Wall A. 

2064. Battle of Germantown. 

Gallery 42, Wall B. 

2065. Lexington. 

Gallery 42, Wall B. 

2066. Sack of Carthagena. 

Gallery 42, Wall B. 

2067. Grasshopper and Ant. 

Gallery 42, Wall B. 

2068. Fleur-de-lis. 

Gallery 42, Wall B. 

2069. Thomas Jefferson. 

Gallery 42, Wall B. 

2070. The Galleon. 

Gallery 42, Wall B. 

2071. The Buccaneers. 

Gallery 42. Wall B. 

2072. Washington's Retreat. 

Gallery 42, Wall B. 

2073. Evacuation of Charleston. 

Gallery 42, Wall B. 

2074. Spanish Dancei-. 

Gallery 42, Wall B. 

2075. Loot. 

Gallery 42, Wall B. 

2076. Burning Sliip. 

Gallery 42, Wall B. 
2077 Girl With Silver Veil. 
Gallery 42, Wall B. 

2078. Fair Suppliant. 

Gallery 42, Wall C. 

2079. Fight in Forest. 

Gallery 42, Wall C. 

2080. The Diplomats. 

Gallery 42, Wall C. 



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Pyle, Howard (Continued). 

2081. The Spies. 

Gallery 42, Wall C. 

2082. Meeting of Green and Gates. 

Gallery 42, Wall 0. 

2083. Battle of Bunker Hill. 

Gallery 42, Wall 0. 

2084. By Land and Sea No 7 

Gallery 42, Wall D. 

2085. By Land and Sea No. 6. 

Gallery 42, Wall D. 

2086. Modern Sindbad No. 3. 

Gallery 42, Wall D. 

2087. Modern Sindbad No. 2. 

Gallery 42, Wall D. 

2088. Modern Sindbad No. 1. 

Gallery 42, Wall D. 

2089. The Artist. 

Gallery 42, Wall D. 

2090. Flying Dutchman. 

Gallery 42, Wall D. 

2091. Modern Sindbad No. 5. 

Gallery 42. Wall D. 

2092. Second Class Passenger. 

Gallery 42, Wall D. 

2093. Modern Sindbad No. 6. 

Gallery 42, Wall D. 

2094. Modern Sindbad No. 4. 

Gallery 42, Wall D. 

2095. By Land and Sea No. 8. 

Gallery 42, Wall D. 

2096. By Land and Sea No. 5. 

Gallery 42, Wall D. 

Quartly, Arthur. 

2695. A Breezy Day Off Canonicut. 

Lent by Mrs. Josiah Jewett. 
Gallery 58, Wall C. 

Quinlan, Will J. 

Born Brooklyn, N. Y., 1877. Studied: J. 
B. Whittaker, Adelphia College; NAD in New 
York under Maynard and Ward; architecture 
at Pratt Inst. 

2100. Mt. Rainier From Pinnacle Peak. 
Gallery 43, Wall A. 

Kaditz, Lazar. 

Born Russia, 1887. Came to U. S. in 1903. 
Studied: PAFA. Honors: The Charles Top- 
pan second prize, 1906; The Cre?son European 
Traveling Scholarship, 1907; The Cresson Euro- 
pean Traveling Scholarship, 190>8; The Charles 
Toppan first prize, 190.9. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3376. Self Portrait, 

Gallery 70, Wall B. 

Ramsey, Charles F. 

Born Pont-Aven, Finistere, 1875. Studied: 
PAFA; Jean Paul Laurens; Benjamin Con- 
stant. 

2130. A Garden. 

Gallery 43, Wall C. 

Rand, Ellen O. Emmet. 

Born San Francisco, Cal., 1876. Studied in 
New York and Paris. Honors: Silver medal, 
St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

2986. Grenville. 

Gallery 65, Wall A. 
2990. Singing. 

Gallery 65, Wall A. 



Rand, Ellen G. Emmet (Continued). 
2991. Madam M. P. T. 

Gallery 65, Wall A. 
2993. In the Studio. 

Gallery 65, Wall A. 
2995. Professor William James. 

Gallery 65, Wall A. 

Randolph, Lee F. 

Born Ravenna, Ohio, 1880'. Studied: Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, New York, Ecole des Beaux- 
Arts, Paris, under Bonnat, Julian Academy 
and at Rome, Italy. Honor: 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1144. White Cosmos. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 

2117. Winter: Northern France. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 

2118. The Grape Vine. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 
4143. Avignon : France. 

Gallery 117, Wall D. 

Raphael, Joseph. 

Born California, 1871. Studied: Hopkins 
Institute and Academic Julian. Honors: Hon. 
Mention, Paris Salon, 190:5. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



Belgian Farm. 

Gallery 47, Wall A. 
2316. Environs of Brussels. 

Gallery 47, Wall A. 
2382. Market Day on the Canal. 

Gallery 48, Wall D. 
3154. In Holland. 

Gallery 67, Wall A. 
3165. S'pring Winds. 

Gallery 67, Wall B. 
3189. Tulip Fields. 

Gallery 67, Wall D. 

Ravlin, Grace. 

Born in Kaneville, 111. Studied: AIC; 
PAFA under Chase. Member: ASL of Chi- 
cago. Honor: 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3017. To the Cemetery: Venice. 

Gallerv 65, Wall C. 

3018. Gate of the Grand Socco: Tangiers. 

Gallery 65. Wall C. 
4167. Evening: Market Place: Tangiers. 

Gallery 118, Wall B. 
4171. Market Day in the Grand Socco. 

Gallery 318, Wall B. 

Redfleld, Edward W. 

Born Bridgeville, Del., 1868. Studied 
PAFA; Bouguereau and Robert-Fleury in 
Paris. Member: SAA 1903; Nat. Inst. AL. 
Honors: Medal, AC Phila., 1896; bronze med- 
al, Paris Exp., 1900s bronze medal, Pan-Am. 
Exp., Buffalo, 1901; Temple medal, PAFA 
190>3; second Hallgarten prize, NAD 1904; 
Shaw Fund prize, S \A 1904; silver medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904; Sesnan gold medal, PAFA 
1905: second medal, C. I. Pittsburgh 1906; 
Webb prize, SAA 1906; gold medal of honor, 
PAFA 1907: Fischer prize and bronze medal, 
Corcoran AC. 1907; first W. A. Clark prize 
and gold medal, Corcoran AG 1908; hon. men- 
tion. Paris Salon, 190>8; third class medal, 
Paris Salon, 190<9; second Harris medal, AIC 
1909: gold medal. Buenos Aires Exp., 1910; 
Lippincott prize, PAFA 1912. 



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Redfield, Edward W. (Continued). 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

3917. The Quarry Road. 

Gallery 88, Wall A. 

3018. Between Daylight and Darkness- 
New York City. 

Gallery 88, Wall A. 

3919. On the Delaware River 

Gallery 88, Wall A. 

3920. Overlooking the Valley. 

Gallery 88, Wall B. 

3921. A Village in France. 

Gallery 88, Wall B. 

3922. Rhododendrons. 

Gallery 88, Wall B. 

3923. In the Woods 

Gallery 88, Wall B. 

3924. Cedar Hill. 

Gallery 88, Wall B. 

3925. Road to the Village. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Gallery 88, Wall B. 

3926. The Green Sleigh. 

Gallery 88, Wall B. 

3927. The Woodland Brook. 

Gallery 88, Wall B. 

3928. The Briar Patch. 

Gallery 88, Wall B. 

3929. Equihen : France. 

Gallery 88, Wall B. 

3930. On the River Bank. 

Gallery 88. Wall C. 

3931. In New York Harbor 

Gallery 88, Wall C. 

3932. Foothills of the Blue Ridge. 

Lent by Frederick H. Gottlieb. 
Gallery 88, Wall C. 

3933. In the Clearing. 

Gallery 88, Wall C. 

3934. Garden by the River 

Gallery 88, Wall D. 
393o. The Breaking of Winter. 
Gallery 88, Wall D. 

3936. Autumn. 

Gallery 88. Wall D. 

3937. The Hills and River 

Gallery 88, Wall D. 

Redfield, Heloise Guillen. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1883. Studied: 
PAFA under Chase and Cecelia Beaux; Mme. 
Laforge and Delecluse in Paris. Member: Am. 
b. Mm. P. Honor: 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1921. Portrait of a Child. 

Gallery 40, Case 13. 

1922. Robert S. Redfield 

Gallery 40, Case 13. 

1923. Lady with Furs. 

-iooj >r Galler y 40 ' Ca se 13. 

1924. Mrs. A. Lesley. 

Gallery 40, Case 13. 
192o. Mme. Alcide Berthier 

Gallery 40, Case 13. 
1926. Mr. Martin Mower. 



1927. 

Gallery 40, Case 13. 
Redmond, Granville. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1871. Studied: San 
Francisco Art Assoc.; Julian Academy in Paris 
under Constant and Lauren?. Honor: Silver 
medal, Alaska- Yukon Exp., Seattle, 1909. 
2414. Lifting Fog. 

Gallery 49, Wall C. 
2421. Solitude. 

Gallery 49, Wall C. 



Rehu. Frank K. M. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1848. Studied: 
PAFA. Member: ANA 1899, NA 1908; SAA 
1903; AWCS; NYWCC. Honors: First prize, 
St. Louis, 1882; prize ($250), Water Color 
Competitive Exhibition, New York, 1885; gold 
medal, Prize Fund Exhibition, New York, 1886; 
hon. mention, Paris Exp., 1900; bronze medal, 
Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, 
Charleston Exp., 1902; silver medal, Louisiana 
Purchase Exp., 1904; Inness prize, Salma. C. 
1905; Shaw prize, Salma. C. 1906; gold medal, 
A AS 1907. 



L\-9C. 



"Where the Waves Sweep. 
Gallery 55, Wall D. 



Reid, Jean Arnot. 

Born Brooklyn, N. Y., 1882. Studied: 
ASL of N. Y. ; American School of Miniature 
Painting and with Robert Brandegee. 

1335. Portrait of Lloyd Williams, Esq. 

Gallery 37, Case 16. 

1336. Belle of 1861. 

Gallery 37, Case 16. 
1346. Cecelia. 

Gallery 37, Case 16. 

Reid, Robert. 

Born Stockbridge, Mass., 1862. Studied: 
Boston Museum School; ASL of N. Y. ; Bou- 
langer and Lefebvre in Paris. Member: ANA 
1902; NA 1906; Ten Am. P.; Nat. Inst. A. L. 
Honors: Medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 
1893; Clarke prize, NAD 1897; first Hallgar- 
ten prize, NAD 1898; silver medal for paint- 
ing and gold medal for mural decoration, Paris 
Exp., 1900; silver medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buf- 
falo, 1901; silver medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; 
third W. A. Clark prize, Corcoran AG 1909. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

2206. The Gold Fish. 

Gallery 45, Wall A. 
2211. The Japanese Screen. 

Lent by Spencer Kellogg, Jr. 

Gallery 45, Wall A. 
2244. Autumn. 

Gallery 45, Wall D. 

Reiffel. Charles. 

Born Indianapolis, Ind. Studied with Marr 
in Munich. Honor: Fellowship prize, Buffalo 
SA 1908. 



3429. 



Silver-mine Valley. 

Gallery 71, Wall B. 



Remington, Frederic. 

Born in Canton, New York, 1861; died in 
Ridgeville, Conn., 1909. Studied: Yale Art 
School, also at the ASL of N. Y. Was clerk 
in a business office, then cowboy and stock- 
man on a ranch in the west; subsequently il- 
luftrator for magazines. Associate member of 
the National Academy of Design, 1891. 

2947. Apache Fire-Signal. 

Lent by Henry Smith, Esq. 

Gallery 64, Wall B. 
294S. The Love Call. 

Lent by William A. Paine, Esq. 

Gallery 64. Wall B. 

Reuterdahl, Henry. 

Born Malmo, Sweden, 1871. Member: 
AWCS; N. Y. Arch. Lg. Honor: 

Silrer Medal, Panama-Pacific Internationa! 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



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Reuterdahl, Henry ( Continued ) . 
2273. Skyscrapers. 

Gallery 46, Wall B. 
2281. Hudson in Winter. 

Gallery 46, Wall B. 
3453. Palisades : Spring. 

Gallery 71, Wall D. 
4363. The Shipbuilders. 

Gallery 119, Wall D. 



Rich, John Hubbard. 

Born Boston, Mass., 1876. Studied with Ed- 
mund C. Tarbell. Honor: Paige Traveling 
Scholarship from Boston Museum School. 



2599. 



The Blue Kimona. 

Gallery 55, Wall D. v 



Richards, Lee Greene. 

Born Salt Lake City, 1878. Studied with: 
J. T. Harwood in Salt Lake City; Bonnat, 
Laurens and Royer in Paris. Honorable men- 
tion Paris Salon 1904. Member: Soc. Salon 
d'Automne. 

3379. A Man in a Cloak. 

Gallery 70, Wall C. 



Richards, William Trost. 

Born Philadelphia, 1833; died Newport, 1905. 
Studied with Paul Weber. Honorary member 
NA. Honors: Philadelphia, 1876; Temple gold 
medal, PAFA, 1885. 

2941. Marine. 

Lent by P. W. Tillmann, Esq. 

Gallery 64, Wall A. 

2959. Old Ocean's Grey and Melancholy 
Waste. 

Lent by Edward H. Coates, Esq. 

Gallery 64, Wall C. 



Richardson, Mary Curtis. 

Born New York, 1848. Studied with: Be- 
noni Irwin, Virgil Williams and William Sar- 
tain. Honors: Norman Dodge prize, NAD 
1887. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2612. The Sleeping Child. 

Gallery 56, Wall A. 

2984. Portrait of Professor Paget. 

Gallery 65, Wall A. 

2985. Undine. 

Gallery 65, Wall A. 
3027. The Young Mother. 

Gallery 65, Wall C. 



Richmond, Agnes M. 

Born Alton, 111. Studied: ASL of N. Y.; 
St. Louis School of Fine Arts, under Brush, 
Louis Loeb, F. V. Du Mond. Honor: Figure 
prize, N. Y. Woman's AC 1911. 

2999. Mending. 

Gallery 65, Wall A. 
Rimmer, William. 

2692. At the Window. 

Lent by Miss Caroline Hunt Rim- 
mer. 

Gallery 58, Wall B. 
2706. Angel in the Garden. 

Lent by Miss Caroline Hunt Rim- 
mer. 
Gallery 58, Wall D. 



Ring, Alice Blair. 

Born Kniffhtville, Mass., 1869. Studied: 
Laurens, Julian Dupre, Hitchcock and Mel- 
chers in Paris. 

1265. Miniature No. 1. 

Gallery 37, Case 10. 
1269. Miniature No. 2. 

Gallery 37, Case 10. 
1271. Miniature No. 3. 

Gallery 37, Case 10. 

Ritschel, William. 

Born Nurnberg, Germany, 1864. Studied 
with F. Kaulbach and C. Raupp in Munich; 
came to U. S. in 1895. Member: ANA 1910; 
NYWCC; AWCS; Kunstverein, Munich. Hon- 
ors: Hon. mention, Salma. C.; hon. mention, 
CI Pittsburgh, 1912. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 



3229. 



3237. 



Mon- 



Tide Pool: Carmel. 

Gallery 68, Wall A. 
In the Shadow of the Cliffs: 
terey. 

Gallery 68, Wall A. 
3244. Fog and Breakers: Carmel. 

Gallery 68, Wall B. 
3252 Summer Night: Point Lobos. 

Gallery 68, Wall B. 

3432. Blue Depths: Carmel. 

Gallery 71, Wall C. 

Rittenberg, Henry R. 

Born Libau, Russia, 1879. Studied 
W. M. Chase in New York; Ludwig He' 
in Munich. Honor: Hon. mention, AC 
1906. 

4432. Still Life. 

Gallery 120, Wall C. 



Rittman, Louis. 

Studied with Richard Miller. E. 
Paris Salon. Member: Art Associate ., x-aris. 
Honor: 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

4119. Early Morning in a Garden. 

Gallery 117, Wall C. 
4127. Breakfast. 

Gallery 117, Wall C. 

Roberts, Alice Mumford. 

Born Philadelphia, 1875. Studied with: Jo- 
seph De Camp, Carl Newman and Robert 
Henri. Honors: Mary Smith prize, PAFA 
1905 and 1910. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2568. Two Vaudeville Stars. 

Gallery 55, Wall A. 
3473. The Laughing Girl. 

Gallery 72, Wall A. 
4151. Red Peppers. 

Gallery 117, Wall D. 

Robinson, Alexander. 

Born Portsmouth, N. H., 1867. Studied: 
Lowell School of Design; Boston Museum of 
Art and Academy Julian, Paris, under Ducet 
and Constant. Member: NYWCC; Phila. 
WCC; AWCS; Societe Internationale des 
Aquarellistes, Paris; Cercle d'art, Tournai, 
Belgium; Cercle d'art, Bruges, Belgium; United 
Arts Club, London. Honor: 



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Robinson, Alexander (Continued). 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1709. Arrival of the Feluccas: Spanish 

Coast. 

Gallery 40, Wall B. 

1710. Damascus Tale: The Incredulous 

Mulattoes. 

Gallery 40, Wall B. 

1711. Hadi Ben Hassan of Bagdad. 

Gallery 40, Wall B. 

1712. Arab Girls. 

Gallery 40, Wall B. 

1713. The Daughter of the Khalif: Design 

in Red and Gold. 
Gallery 40, Wall B. 

1714. Market: Tetuan: Morocco. 

Gallery 40, Wall B. 

1715. Tangiers. 

Gallery 40, Wall B. 

1716. Persian Romance: The Mockers. 

Gallery 40, Wall B. 

Robinson. Boardman. 

Born Somerset, Nova Scotia, 1876. Studied: 
Mass. Normal Art School; Paris. 
9. Louvain. 

Gallery 20, Wall A. 

4299. T. R. in Old Madrid. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 

4300. Viva What's His Name: Mexico. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 
4321. Balkans, '12. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 

Robinson, Theodore. 

Born Irasburg, Vt., 1852; died New York, 
1896. Studied with Carolus-Duran and Gerome 
in Paris, from 1874 to 1879. Had a studio in 
New York from about 1880 to 1884. He re- 
turned to France and spent several years at 
Giverny, where he worked under the influence 
of Claude Monet. He was a member of the 
Society of American Artists. Honors: Webb 
prize, Society of American Artists, 1890; Shaw 
Fund Prize, Society of American Artists, 1892; 
medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893. 

2662. Port Ben. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 57, Wall C. 

2663. The Fagot Gatherer. 

Gallery 57, Wall C. 

2664. Peeling Apples. 

Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 
Gallery 57, Wall C. 

2665. Normandy Mother. 

Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 
Gallery 57, Wall C. 

2666. Day Dreams. 

Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 
Gallery 57, Wall C. 

2667. In the Sun. 

Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 
Gallery 57, Wall C. 

2668. Le Val Arconville: Eure. 

Lent by the Hillyer Art Gallery, 

Smith College. ' 
Gallery 57, Wall C. 

2669. Garden at Giverny. 

Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 
Gallery 57, Wall C. 

2670. On the Canal. 

Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 
Gallery 57, Wall C. 

Robinson, Thomas. 

Born in Nova Scotia, 1835. Pupil of Cour- 
bet and Auguste Bonheur. Lived and painted 
in Providence, Boston and Paris. 

2967. Bull's Head. 

Gallery 64, Wall C. 



Robinson, William S. 

Born East Gloucester, Mass., 1861. Studied: 
Boston Normal Art School; Julian Academy, 
Paris. Member: NA; AWCS; NYWCC. 
Honors: Hon. mention, Exposition Universal, 
Paris, 1900; hon. mention, Pan-Am. Exposition, 
Buffalo, 1901 ; bronze medal, Universal Expo- 
sition, St. Louis, 1904; Carnegie Prize, Na- 
tional Academy of Design, 1910; silver medal. 
Buenos Aires, 1910. 

Sih-er Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2317. June Idyl. 

Gallery 47, Wall A. 
2342. Laurel Blossoms. 

Gallery 47, Wall D. 
3607. Group of White Birches. 
* Gallery 74, Wall C. 



Roecker, Henry Leon. 

Born Burlington, la., 1860i. Studied: Acad- 
emy of Design in Chicago; Gysis at Royal 
Academy in Munich. Member: Chicago SA. 
Honors: Hon. mention, Munich, 1889; Yerkes 
prize, AIC 1894; Arche C. prize, AIC 1897; 
Chicago SA medal, 1909; Carr prize, AIC 1911. 

2176. Calves Resting. 

Gallery 44, Wall B. 



Rogers, Franklin W. 

Born Cambridge, Mass., 1854. 

3496. The Siesta. 

Gallery 72, Wall B. 
Rogers, Gretchen W. 

Born Boston, Mass., 1881. Studied: Boston 
Museum of Fine Arts. Honor: 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3007. Young Girl. 

Gallery 65, Wall B. 
3011. Girl with a Book. 

Gallery 65, Wall B. 
3374. Fur Hat, 

Gallery 70, Wall B. 
4142. Still Life. 

Gallery 117, Wall D. 



Rogers, Mary. 

Born Lexington, Ky. Studied: France and 
England; ASL of N. Y. 

1337. The Red Hair. 

Gallery 37, Case 16. 
1344. Anna. 

Gallery 37, Case 16. 



Rolshoven, Julius. 

Born Detroit, 1853. Studied: Cooper Union, 
New York; Hugo Crola at Dusseldorf; Loefftz 
in Munich; Frank Duveneck in Florence; Rob- 
ert-Fleury in Paris. Member: Soc. Nat. des 
Beaux-Arts; Secession, Munich. Honors: Sec- 
ond class medal, Paris Exp., 1889; hon. men- 
tion, Paris Exp., 1900; bronze medal, Pan-Am. 
Exp., Buffalo, 1901; medals, Munich, Berlin, 
Brussels and Chicago; silver medal, St. Louis 
Exp., 1904. 

3159. The Refectory of San Damiano: 
Assisi. 

Lent by the Art Museum of De- 
troit. 
Gallery 67, Wall B. 



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Rook, Edward F. 

Born New York, 1870. Studied: Constant 
and Laurens in Paris. Member: ANA 1908; 
Union Inter, des Beaux-Arts et des Lettres. 
Honors: Temple gold medal, PAFA 1898; 
bronze medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; 
two silver medal?, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 
1904; bronze medal, C. I. Pittsburgh, 1910; 
silver medal, Buenos Aires Exp., 1910'. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

2243. Dish of Fruit. 

Gallery 45, Wall D. 
2366. Snow: Ice and Foam. 

Gallery 48, Wall C. 
2374. Laurel. 

Gallery 48, Wall C. 

de Rosales-Bagg, Louise. 

4326. Miss Betty Callish. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 

4327. Portrait. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 



Rose, Guy. 

Born Los Angeles, Cal., 1867. Studied: Le- 
febvre, Constant and Doucet in Paris. Honors: 
Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 1894; Atlanta Exp., 
1895; bronze medal, Pan- Am. Exp., Buffalo, 
1901. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2202. November Twilight. 

Gallery 44, Wall D. 
3499. The Backwater. 

Gallery 72, Wall C. 



Rosen, Charles. 

Born Westmoreland Co., Pa., 1878. Studied: 
NAD and N. Y. School of Art under Chase, 
Du Mond and F. C. Jones. Member: ANA 
1912; Union Inter, des Beaux- Arts et des Let- 
tres. Honor? : Third Hallgarten prize, NAD 
1910; first Hallgarten prize, NAD 1912. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3141. Floating Ice: Early Morning. 

Gallery 67, Wall A. 
3434. Winter Morning: Maine Coast. 

Gallery 71, Wall C. 
3439. The Delaware: Winter Morning. 

Gallery 71, Wall C. 

Rosenthal, Albert. 

Born Philadelphia, 1863. Studied with his 
father, Max Rosenthal; PAFA; Ecole des 
Beaux- Arts in Paris under Gerome, and in Mu- 
nich. Honors: Bronze medal, St. Louis Exp., 
1904; gold medal, AAS 1907. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2355. The Millinery. 

Gallery 48, Wall A. 

2356. Mrs. Albert Rosenthal. 

Gallery 48, Wall A. 
2358. Dr. J. Cheston Morris. 

Lent bv Laurence Johnson Mor- 
ris, Esq. 

Gallery 48, Wall A. 
2368. Helene. 

Gallery 48, Wall C. 
2372. Alberta Uhle-Smith. 

Gallery 48, Wall C. 



Roth, Ernest D. 

Born Stuttgart, Germany, 1879. 
NAD in New York. Member: 
Honor: 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



Pupil of 
NYWCC. 



2286. 



A Winter Landscape. 
Gallery 46, Wall C. 



Rothermel, Peter Frederick. 

Born in Nescopec, Pa., 1817; died in Lin- 
field, Pa., 1895. Received instruction from 
Bass Otis. Settled in Philadelphia as a por- 
trait painter, 1840'. Went to Europe for study 
in 1856. Honorary Member NAD. 

2704. Bacchanal. 

Lent by the Art Club of Phila- 
delphia. 

Gallery 58, Wall C. 
2738. Martyrdom of St. Agnes. 

Lent by Mrs. William H. Fox. 

Gallery 59, Wall C. 
2741. Sleeping Cupid. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

Gallery 59, Wall C. 
2955. Battle of Gettysburg. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

Gallery 64, Wall C. 

Rouland, Orlando. 

Born Pleasant Ridge, 111., 1871. Studied: 
Max Thedy in Germany; Julian Academy in 
Paris under Laurens and Constant. 



?>r>80. 



Portrait of John Burroughs. 
Gallery 70, Wall C'. 



Rungius, Carl. 

Born Berlin, Germany, 1869. Studied with 
Paul Meyerheim in Berlin; came to U. S. 1894. 

3446. Canadian Rockies. 

Gallery 71, Wall D. 
3450. On Wilcox Pass. 

Gallery 71, Wall D. 



Ryden, Henning. 

Born in Sweden, 1869. 
lin and London. 



Studied: AIC; Ber- 



2453. Return of the Boats. 

Gallery 50, Wall C. 

Ryder, Albert P. 

Born New Bedford, Mass., 1847. Studied: 
NAD with William E. Marshall. Member: 
ANA 190>2; NA 1906; SAA 1878; Nat. Inst. 
A. L. Honor: Silver mec"al, Pan- Am. Exp., 
Buffalo, 1901. 

2555. Jonah. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 
Gallery 54, Wall D. 

Ryder, Chauncey F. 

Born Danbury, Conn., 1868. Studied: AIC; 
Julian Academy, Collin and Laurens in Paris. 
Member: AWCS. Honors: Hon. mention, 
Paris Salon, 1907. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



3287. 



The Ox Team. 

Gallery 69, Wall A. 



Sacks, Joseph. 

Born Shavel, Russia, 1889. Studied: PAFA. 
Honor: European Scholarship, 1911. 

3390. In Street Costume. 

Gallery 70, Wall D. 



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Saint Gaudens, Carlota. 

Born Rochester, N. Y., 1884. Studied: 
PAFA and ASL of N. Y. under Chase, Cox 
and Brush. Member: Am. S. Min. P.; Pa. 
S. Min. P.; NAC. 

1963. Study in Red. 

Gallery 40, Case 18. 
1971. Portrait: Mary Shipman. 

Gallery 40, Case 18. 

Sandona, Matteo. 

Born Schio, Italy, 1881. Studied: Verona 
Academy, Italy. Honors: Silver medals, 
Academy, 1896-1899; gold medal, School of De- 
sign, New York, 1895; silver medal, Portland 
Exposition, 1906. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

985. Studies of Miss H. M. Sullivan. 

Gallery 36, Wall B. 
3240. Portrait of Mrs. Leo Lentelli. 
Gallery 68, Wall A. 

Sandor, Mathias. 

Born Hungary, 1857; came to U. S. in 1881. 
Studied: ASL in N. Y. ; Julian Academy un- 
der Flameng and Ferrier in Paris. 

3299. The Pueblo of Walpi. 

Gallery 69, Wall B. 

Sandzen, Sven Birger. 

Born Bildsberg, Sweden, 1871. Studied: 
Stockholm Art School under Zorn and Bergh; 
Aman-Jean in Paris; came to U. S. in 1894. 
Professor of aesthetics and painting, Bethany 
College, since 1894. Honors: Second and 
Third prizes, Swedish American Exhibition, 
Chicago, 1911 and 1912; First prize, Exhibition 
of Kansas Artists, Topeka, 1914. 

3606. The Granite Cathedral. 
Gallery 74, Wall C. 

Sargeant, Geneve Rixford. 

Born in San Francisco, 1868. Studied in 
San Francisco, with Emil Carlsen; New York, 
with Wm. Chase; Chicago, with Gari Melchers. 
Honors: Martin B. Cahn Prize, 1903, Chica- 
go Art Institute. 

3487. Floating Clouds. 

Gallery 72, Wall B. 

Sargent, John Singer. 

Born Florence, Italy, of American parents, 
1856. Studied: Academy of Fine Arts, Flor- 
ence; Carolus Duran in Paris. Member: ANA 
1891; NA 1897; AIA (hon.); Soc. Nat. des 
Beaux- Arts, Paris; Royal Academy, London, A. 
1894; RA 1897; Nat. Inst. A. L.; Phila. WCC 
(hon.); Berlin Academy; Institute de France, 
1905. Honors: Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 
1878; second class medal, Paris Salon, 1881; 
medal of honor, Paris Exp., 1889; medal, AC 
Phila. 1890; medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 
1893; Temple gold medal, PAFA 1894; medal 
of honor, Paris Exp., 1900; gold medal, Pan- 
Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; Converse gold medal, 
PAFA 1903; large gold medal, Berlin, 1903; 
grand prize, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904; 
gold medal of honor, Liege Exp., 1905; gold 
medal, Venice, 1907; Beck gold medal, PAFA 
1909. Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
France, 1889, Officer 1897; Order of Merit, 
Germany, 1909. 



Sargent, John Singer (Continued). 

3622. Portrait of Henry James, Esq. 

Gallery 75, Wall A. 

3623. Nude Study. 

Gallery 75, Wall A. 

3624. Hon. John Hay. 

Lent by Clarence Hay, Esq. 
Gallery 75, Wall A. 

3625. Mrs. J. William White. 

Lent by Dr. J. William White. 
Gallery 75, Wall B. 

3626. Spanish Courtyard. 

Lent by Louis B. McCagg, Esq. 
Gallery 75, Wall B. 

3627. Spanish Gypsy. 

Lent by Louis B. McCagg, Esq. 
Gallery 75, Wall B. 

3628. Rose Marie. 

Gallery 75, Wall B. 

3629. The Sketchers. 

Lent by Mrs. Francis T. Cavolan. 
Gallery 75, Wall C. 

3630. Madam Gautrin. 

Gallery 75, Wall C. 

3631. Reconnoitring. 

Gallery 75, Wall C. 

3632. Sketch of Joseph Jefferson, Esq. 

Gallery 75, Wall D. 

3633. Spanish Stable. 

Gallery 75, Wall D. 

3634. Syrian Goats. 

Gallery 75, Wall D. 

Sartain, William. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1843. Studied: 
PAFA; Bonnat and Ecole des Beaux-Arts in 
Paris; Italy and Spain. Member: ANA 1880; 
SAA 1877. Honors: Silver medal, Boston, 
1881; hon. mention, PAFA 1887; bronze medal, 
Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, 
Charleston Exp., 1902; silver medal, Buenos 
Aires Exp., 1910'. 

2208. Along the Stream. 

Gallery 45, Wall A. 

2209. Jersev Sand Dunes. 

Gallery 45, Wall A. 
2246. Along the Loing. 

Gallery 45, Wall D. 



Sawyer, Edith. 

Born South Coventry, Conn., 1856. Studied: 
Adelphi Art School, Brooklyn; ASL of N. Y. 

1779. Mrs. Andrew Sawyer. 

Gallery 40, Case 1. 

1780. Ereddy. 

Gallery 40, Case 1. 

1781. Miss Katherine Ecob. 

Gallery 40, Case 1. 



Sawyer, Myra L. 

Born Tremont, 111. Studied: Julian Acad- 
emy and Academic de la Grande Chaumiere, 
Paris. 

1783. In a White Cap. 

Gallery 40, Case 1. 
1788. Portrait of an Old Man. 

Gallery 40, Case 1. 

Saxton, John Gordon. 

Born Troy, N. Y., 1860. Studied with Le- 
febvre, Merson and Robert-Fleury in Paris. 
Honors: Hon. mention, Paris Exp., 1900; hon. 
mention, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; bronze 
medal, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904. 

4159. Midwinter. 

Gallery 118, Wall A. 



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Schillc. Alice. 

Born Columbus, Ohio. Studied: Columbus 
Art School; ASL of N. Y. and N. Y. School 
of Art under Chase and Cox; Prinet, Collin, 
Courtois and Colorossi Academy in Paris. 
Member: AWCS; NYWCC; SWA. Honors: 
Corcoran prize, Washington WCC 1908; N. Y. 
Woman's AC prize, 1908 and 1909. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

1148. The Pig Market. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 

1150. The Other Side of the Circus Wagon. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 

1151. St. Germain-des-Pres. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 

1152. Saturday Morning. 

Gallery 37. Wall B. 
1161. The Passing Years. 

Gallery 37, Wall C. 
1190. The Gardener's Cottage. 

Gallery 37, Wall D. 

Schlegell, Gustav von. 

Born St. Louis, Mo., 1877. Studied: Royal 
Academy, Munich; Julian Academy, Paris. 
Member: SWA. Honor: Chicago Fine Arts 
Prize. 

2165. Positano: Lemon Vine. 
Gallery 44, Wall A. 

Schmauss, Peter. 

Born in New York. Studied: Cooper 
Union, New York and Royal Academy, Mu- 
nich. 

2567. Easter. 

Gallery 55, Wall A. 

Schmidt, Karl. 

Born Worcester, Mass., 1890. 

2319. The Great Pacific. 

Gallery 47, Wall A. 
Schmitt, Albert Felix. 

Born Boston, 1873. Studied: Mass. Nor- 
mal Art School; Cowles Art School; Museum 
of Fine Arts, Boston. Member: AWCS. 
Honor: 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 
1101. In Wonderland. 

Gallery 37, Wall A. 
1158. Peddlers at Gibraltar. 

Gallery 37, Wall C. 
2132. Blue and Gold. 

Gallery 43, Wall C. 
2169. On the River Bank. 

Gallery 44 r Wall B. 

Schofield. W. Elmer. 

Born Philadelphia, 1867. Studied: PAFA; 
Bouguereau, Ferrier, Doucet and Aman-Jean in 
Paris. Member: SAA 1904; ANA 1902; NA 
1907; Nat. Inst. A. L.; AC Phila.; R. S. 
British Artists. Honors: Hon. mention, AC 
Phila. 1898; Webb prize, SAA 1900; hon. men- 
tion, Paris Exp., 1900; hon. mention, CI Pitts- 
burgh, 1900; first Hallgarten prize, NAD 1901; 
silver medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; 
Sesnan gold medal, PAFA 190>3; gold medal 
of honor, CI Pittsburgh, 1904; silver medal, 
Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904; gold medal, 
Intl. Exp., Buenos Aires, 1910; Inness gold 
medal, NAD 1911. 

Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific Internation- 
al Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3269. Waterfall. 

Gallery 68, Wall D. 

3272. The Hilltop. 

Gallery 68, Wall D. 



Schoonover, Frank E. 

Born Oxford, N. J., 1877. Studied: Drexel 
Inst., Philadelphia, with Howard Pyle. Mem- 
ber: SI 1905. 

65. The Fur Brigade. 

Gallery 26, Wall C. 
72. The Trail of the North. 

Gallery 26, Wall C. 

Schook, F. De Forrest. 

Born Allegan, Mich., 1872. Studied: The 
Art Institute, Chicago; H. O. Tanner, Paris. 

3492. Sunshine and Shadow. 
Gallery 72, Wall B. 

Schuessele, Christian. 

Born in Gebweiler, Alsace, 1824; died in 
Merchantville, N. J., 1879. Studied under 
Guerin, Paul Delaroche, and Yvon. Came to 
this country about 1848, and settled in Phila- 
delphia. Professor of Drawing and Painting, 
PAFA, from 1868 to 1879. 

2776. Dr. Benjamin Franklin Before the 
Privy Council in London, January 
29, 1773. 

Lent by Joseph T. Kinsley, Esq. 
Gallery 60, Wall B. 

Schuster, Donna. 

Honor: 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

937. Concert in the Court of the Four 

Seasons. 

Gallerv 36, Wall A. 

938. Construction Work to the South of 

the Tower of Jewels. 

Gallery 36, Wall A. 

941. Construction Work Beneath the 
Tower of Jewels. 

Gallery 36, Wall A. 

Schwartz, Andrew Thomas. 

Born Louisville, Ky., 1867. Studied: Duve- 
neck in Cincinnati; ASL of N. Y. with Mow- 
bray. Member: Mural P.; N. Y. Arch. Lg. 
1904; ASL of N. Y.; Circolo Artistica of 
Rome; Union Inter, des Beaux-Arts et des Let- 
tres, Paris. Honor: Lazarus scholarship to 
Italy, 1899-1902. 

2582. Ice Floe. 

Gallery 55, Wall C. 
3251. In Vermont. 

Gallery 68, Wall B. 
3481. Destiny: Hope: Despair. 

Gallery 72, Wall B. 

Searle, Alice T. 

Born Troy, N. Y., 1869. Studied: ASL of 
N. Y. ; Colorossi Academy and Mine. Debille- 
mont-Chardon in Paris. Honor: Bronze med- 
al, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904. 

1814. Leslie Hall. 

Gallery 40, Case 4. 

Sears, Sarah Choate. 

Born Cambridge, Maes., 1858. Studied: 
Ross Turner, Joseph De Camp, Dennis M. 
Bunker, Edmund C. Tarbell and George de 
Forest Brush. Member: NYWCC. Honors: 
Evans prize, AWCS 1893; medal, Columbian 
Exp., Chicago, 1893; hon. mention, Paris Exp., 
1900; bronze medal for water color, Pan-Am. 



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Sears, Sarah Choate (Continued). 
Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver medal for water 
color, Charleston Exp., 1902; silver medal, 
Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904. 

1057. Morning Glories : Bermuda. 

Gallery 36, Wall D. 
1059. Hibiscus : Bermuda. 

Gallery 36, Wall D. 
1062. Pigeon Berries : Bermuda. 

Gallery 36, Wall D. 

Sears, Taber. 

Born Boston, Mass., 1870. Studied: Bos- 
ton Museum School; Julian Academy in Paris 
with Constant, Laurens and Merson. Member : 
N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1899 (vice-pres.) ; NYWCC; 
Mural P. (treas.). Honor: Bronze medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904. 

1759. The Arab Merchant. 

Gallery 40, Wall D. 
1763. York Cathedral. 

Gallery 40, Wall D. 
1771. Harbor of St. George. 

Gallery 40, Wall D. 
1775. Bridge of the Canonica: Venice. 

Gallery 40, Wall D. 

Seawell, Harry W. 

Born in San Francisco. Studied: Paris, 
under Jean Paul Laurens and Benjamin Con- 
stant. 



4194. 



Interior. 

Gallery 118, Wall D. 



Selden, Dixie. 

Born Covington, Ky. Studied: Cincinnati 
Art Academy with Duveneck. Member: SWA 
(Assoc.). 

2126. Bunker's Hill, St. Ives. 
Gallery 43, Wall B. 

Selden, Henry Bill. 

Born Erie, Pa., 1886. Studied: ASL of N. 
Y.; Birge Harrison, PAFA. 

3471. October Morning. 

Gallery 72, Wall A. 
4262. Cloudy Morning. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 

Seyffert, Leopold. 

Born Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1887. 
Honors: Fellowship prize, Fellowship of The 
PAFA, Philadelphia, 1913; Honorable mention, 
Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, 1913. 

Silvr Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2193. Juan. 

Gallery 44, Wall D. 
2196. Tired Out. 

Gallery 44, Wall D. 
2201. Julian. 

Gallery 44, Wall D. 
3079. Spanish Peasants. 

Gallery 66, Wall B. 

Sharp, Joseph Henry. 

Born Bridgeport, Ohio, 1859. Studied: 
Royal Academy, Munich with Marr; Julian 
Academy in Paris with Laurens and Constant; 
Verlat in Antwerp. Member: SWA; ten 
years on faculty, Cincinnati Art Academy. 
Honors: Silver medal, Department of Ethnol- 
ogy, Pan- Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; first por- 
trait prize, Cincinnati AC 1901. 

2611. Crucita: Taos Indian Girl. 
Gallery 56, Wall A. 



Sharpies, James. 

Born about 1750. His special fame consists 
in the fact that George Washington sat to him 
in 1796. The profile portrait that he made of 
him had so great a reputation it is said his 
wife and daughter made copies of it to supply 
the demand. He exhibited at the Royal Acad- 
emy in 1779 and 1785. He came to New York 
in 1796 and his portraits in pastel and minia- 
ture became very popular. He died in New 
York in 1811. 

2709. Portrait. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Gallery 58, Wall D. 

Shaw, Sydney Dale. 

Born Walkley, England, 1879. Studied: 
ASL of N. Y.; Ecole Nationale des Beaux- 
Arts, Paris. 



3295. 


Southwestern Summer, 




Gallery 69, Wall A. 


3309. 


Woodland Fete. 




Gallery 69, Wall B. 


4140. 


Nature's Screen. 




Gallery 117, Wall D. 


Shepard, 


Clare. 


Silver 


Medal, Panama-Pacific International 


position, 


San Francisco, 1915. 


1865. 


David. 




Gallery 40, Case 9. 


1866. 


Suzanne. 




Gallery 40, Case 9. 


1867. 


The Golden Girl. 




Gallery 40, Case 9. 


1868. 


Kathleen. 




Gallery 40, Case 9. 


1870. 


Betrothed of the Raven. 




Gallery 40, Case 9. 


1871. 


Mrs. C. 




Gallery 40, Case 9. 


1874. 


Bertha. 




Gallerv 40, Case 9. 


1876. 


The Pale Flower. 




Gallery 40, Case 9. 


1877. 


Mary. 




Gallery 40, Case 9. 


1880. 


Miss Fisken. 




Gallery 40, Case 9. 



Shinn, Everett. 

Born Woodstown, N. J., 1873. Studied: 
PAFA. Honor: Bronze medal, Charleston 
Exp., 1902. 

950. The Shop Window. 

Gallery 36, Wall A. 
953. The Yellow Dancer. 

Gallery 36, Wall A. 
956. The Funny Man. 

Gallery 36, Wall A. 

958. Waiting. 

Gallery 36, Wall A. 

959. Stage. 

Gallery 36, Wall A. 

1016. 18th Century (Red Chalk). 

Gallery 36, Wall B. 

1017. Red Chalk No. 2. 

Gallery 36, Wall B. 

1018. Going to the Fire. 

Gallery S6, Wall B. 

1019. Red Chalk No. 1. 

Gallery 36, Wall B. 

Shirlaw, Walter. 

Born Paisley, Scotland, 1833; died Madrid, 
Spain, 190*0. Began his career as an engraver 
and illustrator; was thirty-two years of age 
when he went abroad to study. After seven 



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Shirlaw, Walter (Continued), 
years in the school in Munich under the in- 
struction of Wagner and Kaulbach, he re- 
turned to this country and devoted himself to 
the interests and advancement of national art. 
He was one of the first instructors at the Art 
Students League, New York. One of the 
founders, and the first president of the Society 
of American Artists. Received medal of the 
Royal Academy, Munich; honorable mention at 
the Paris Exposition in 1889: associate member 
of the NAD of N. Y., 1878; full member, 1888. 

2951. Toning of the Bell. 

Lent by Mark S. Willing, Esq. 
Gallery 04, Wall B. 



Shore, Henrietta M. 

Born Toronto, Canada. 
New York and London. 



Studied: Toronto, 



3520. Sisters. 

Gallery 72, Wall D. 

Shuttleworth, Claire. 

Born Buffalo, 1868. Studied: Buffalo ASL; 
ASL of N. Y. with Dumond and Bridgman; 
Merson, Collin and Lerop in Paris. Honor: 
Fellowship prize, Buffalo SA 1910. 

1950. A Small Boy. 

Gallery 40, Case 17. 

Siboni, Emma B. 

Born in Denmark, 1877. Studied: AIC; St. 
Louis School of Fine Arts; Skarbina in Berlin; 
Renard in Paris. 

1797. Little Miss Mary Armes. 
Gallery 40, Case 2. 

Simpson, Edna Huestis. 

Born Troy, N. Y., 1882. Studied: Emma 
Willard Art School; Cornell Univ., ASL of 
N. Y. Member: PA Soc. Min. P. Honors: 
Gurley Memorial Prize, 1898; Moores and 
Winclen Prize, 1897; Emma Willard Art 
School; Art Students' League Scholarship for 
Miniature Painting, 1907. 

1288. Outdoor Sketch. 

Gallery 37, Case 12. 

1289. The Green Gown. 

Gallery 37, Case 12. 

1290. Mrs. Mortimer Anstice. 

Gallery 37, Case 12. 

1292. The Pool. 

Gallery 37, Case 12. 

1293. Mrs. Frank Laurence Stiles. 

Gallery 37, Case 12. 

Singer, William H. Jr. 

Born Pittsburgh, Pa., 1868. 

Silver^ Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3544. In My Garden. 

Gallery 73, Wall B. 

Sloan, John. 

Born Pittsburgh, Pa., 1880'. Studied: PAFA; 
PAFA under Robert He.iri in Philadelphia. 
Member: Am. P. S. Honor: Hon. mention, 
Pittsburgh, 1906. 

2486. Gloucester Harbor. 

Gallery 51, Wall C. 
2490. Renjranesehis: Sundav Night. 

Gallery 51, Wall C. 
2497. McSorley's Old Ale-House. 

Gallery 51, Wall B. 
4310. Woman on Roof. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 



Sloan, John (Continued). 
4311. Girl Undressing. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 
4314. At the Top of the Swing. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 
4302. Return From Toil. 

Gallery 119, Wall D. 

Smillie, George H. 

Born in New York, 1840; son of James S. 
Smillie. Studied: James M. Hart. Member: 
ANA 1864; NA 1882; AWCS. Honors: First 
prize, American Art Assoc., New York. 1885; 
bronze medal, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904. 

2933. In the Berkshires. 

Lent by the Lotus Club. 
Gallery 04, Wall A. 



1871. Member: Gin- 



smith, Charles L. A. 

Born in New York, 
cago SA. 



3325. The Retreating Light. 

Gallery 69, Wall D. 

Smith, George Washington. 

Born Pittsburgh, Pa., 1880'. Studied: PAFA; 
in Paris, France. 

4202. California Hillside. 

Gallery 118, Wall D. 
4206. Eucalyptus Trees. 

Gallery 118, Wall D. 

Smith, Howard Everett. 

Born West Windham, N. II., 1885. Studied: 
Boston Art Museum; ASL of N. Y., under 
Howard Pyle; Wilmington, Del.; Paris and 
Venice. Honors: Paige traveling Scholarship, 
Boston Art Museum. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2129. The Convalescent. 

Gallery 43, Wall B. 

3326. Portrait of a Venetian Girl. 

Gallery 69, Wall D. 

Smith, Jessie Willcox. 

Born Philadelphia. Studied: PAFA; Drexel 
Inst. under Howard Pyle. Member: Phila. 
WCC; SI (Assoc.); NYWCC. Honors: 
Bronze medal, Charleston Exp., 1902; Mary 
Smith prize, PAFA 1903; silver medal, St. 
Louis Exp., 1904; Beck prize, Phila. WCC 
1911. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

19. Jack and the Bean Stalk. 

Gallery 26, Wall A. 

20. Babes in the Wood. 

Gallery 26, Wall A. 

21. Little Red Riding Hood. 

Gallery 26, Wall A. 

22. Cinderella. 

Gallery 26, Wall A. 

24. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. 
Gallery 20, Wall A. 

Smith, Rosamond L. 

Born Boston, 1876. Studied: Boston Mu- 
seum of Fine Arts, with Philip L. Hale, Frank 
W. Benson and Edmund C. Tarbell. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3304. Heirlooms. 

Gallery 69, Wall B. 
3435. Cinderella. 

Gallery 71, Wall C. 



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Snead, Louise Willis. 

Born Charleston, S. C. Studied with Chase, 
Theodora Thayer and Alice Beckington in New 
Yorkt Honor: Hon. mention, Charleston 
Exp., 1902. 

1314. Portrait of Miss Snead. 

Gallery 37, Case 14. 

1315. Young Violinist. 

Gallery 37, Case 14. 
1317. Portrait. 

Gallerv 37, Case 14. 

Snell, Florence F. 

Born London, England. Studied: ASL of 
N. Y. Member: NYWCC; AWCS (Assoc.). 

1121. A Gate of Rothenburg. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 

1122. Street in Rothenburg. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 

1142. Roadside: St. Jean de Doigt. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 

1143. Cottages on the Cliff: Polperro. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 

Snell, Henry B. 

Born Richmond, England, 1858. Studied: 
ASL of N. Y. Member: NYWCC (pres.); 
AWCS; ANA 1902; NA 190-6; SAA 1906. 
Honors: Gold Medal, AC Phila., 1896; first 
prize, Nashville Exp., 1897; hon. mention, 
Paris Exp., 1900; silver medal, Pan- Am. Exp., 
Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, Louisiana Pur- 
chase Exp., 1904; first prize, Worcester Mu- 
seum, 1905; Beal prize, NYWCC 1905. Asst. 
director of Fine Arts, U. S. Comm. Paris 
Exp., 190O. 

Silver Medal for Oil Painting, Panama-Pa- 
cific International Exposition, San Francisco, 
1915. 

Gold Medal for Water Color Painting, Pan- 
ama-Pacific International Exposition, San Fran- 
cisco, 1915. 

1777. The Passing Steamer. 

Gallery 40, Wall D. 
S290. Low Tide. 

Gallery 69, Wall A. 
3321. The Cargo Boat. 

Gallery 69, Wall D. 
4138. Twilight at Sea. 

Gallery 117. Wall C. 
4240. The Quay: Paris. 

Gallery 119. Wall A. 
4261. The Lighthouse by Moonlight. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 
4268. The Devon Coast. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 
4294. The Cove. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 
4328. Still Life. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 

Sohier, Alice Buggies. 

Born Quincy, Mass., 1880'. Studied: ASL, 
Buffalo, N. Y. ; Museum of Fine Arts, Bos- 
ton, under Tarbell. Honors: Paige Traveling 
Scholarship 1907-09. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2142. Reminiscence. 

Gallery 43, Wall C. 
2292. Giqvanna. 

Gallery 46, Wall C. 

Sotter, George W. 

Born Pittsburgh, 1879. Studied: PAFA. 
Member of the Associated Artists of Pitts- 
burgh; Society of Western Artists. 



Sotter, George W. (Continued). 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3586. In Gloucester Harbor. 

Lent by William Smith Stimmel, 
Esq. 

Gallery 74, Wall A. 
3599. S'now-bound Hills: Pittsburg. 

Gallery 74, Wall B. 
3603. Moonlight: Gloucester Harbor. 

Gallery 74, Wall C. 
3612. Valley in Snow. 

Gallery 74, Wall D. 

Souder, Mary Binard. 
Born Winchester, Ind., 1879. 
1796. Portrait of a Girl. 

Gallery 40, Case 2. 
1798. Portrait of a Girl. 

Gallery 40, Case 2. 

Spaeth, Mary Haughton. 

Born Hanover, N. H., 1870. Studied: School 
of Design for Women, Philadelphia, Pa.; Paris 
and Spain. 



4185. 



Penelope Roberts. 

Gallery 118, Wall C. 



Sparks, Arthur W. 

Born Washington, D. C., 1871. Studied: 
America, France. Hon. mention, Associated 
Artists of Pittsburgh. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3595. Midsummer Day. 

Gallery 74, Wall B. 
3605. Mills at Rankin. 

Gallery 74, Wall C. 

Spear, Arthur P. 

Born Washington, D. C., 1879. Studied: 
Laurens in Paris. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3479. Spring in the City. 

Gallery 72, Wall B. 

Speiclier, Eugene E. 

Born Buffalo, N. Y., 1883. Studied: Buffa- 
lo, New York and Europe. Member: ANA 
1912. Honors: Proctor prize, NAD 1911. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3258. In the Catskills. 

Gallery 68, Wall C. 
3384. Portrait of John Nelson Cole, Jr. 

Gallery 70, Wall C. 



Spencer, Mary. 

Born Springfield, Ohio. 
Webber in Cincinnati. 



Studied with C. T. 



2957. Peonies. 

Gallery 64, Wall C. 

Spencer, Robert. 

Born Harvard, Neb., 1879. Studied: NAD; 
New York School of Art. Member: NAD. 
Honors: Second Hallgarten Prize, National 
Academy of Design, N. Y., 1913; Hon. men- 
tion, Art Club of Philadelphia, 1913; Jennie 
Sesnan gold medal, The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts, 1914; Inness gold 
medal, National Academy of Design, New 
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Spencer, Robert (Continued). 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



The Grey Mills. 

Gallery 67, Wall C. 
3239. The Closing Hour. 

Gallery 68, Wall C. 
.l^ft*}. Courtyard at Dusk. 

Gallery 68, Wall C. 

Sprinchorn, Carl. 

961. Woman with Fan. 

Gallery 36, Case 3. 
062. Youth. 

Gallery 36, Case 3. 

963. Dancers. 

Gallery 36, Case 3. 

964. Drawing. 

Gallery 36, Case 3. 

965. Dancer. 

Gallery 36, Case 3. 

966. Sea God. 

Gallery 36, Case 3. 

967. Young Woman. 

Gallery 36, Case 3. 

968. Drawing. 

Gallery 36, Case 4. 

969. Masquerade. 

Gallery 36, Case 4. 
972. Man with Dagger. 

Gallery 36, Case 4. 
4440. Beach at Laguna, 

Gallery 120, Wall C. 

Springer, Eva. 

Born Cimarron, New Mexico. Studied: 
ASL of N. Y. ; Academic Julian, Paris; Acad- 
emic Colorossi, Paris; Academic de la Grand 
Chaumiere, Paris. Honors: Medal for Mini- 
atures, Academic Julian, Paris. 

1964. La Vieille. 

Gallery 40, Case 18. 
1970. Little Simone. 

Gallery 40, Case 18. 
1972. Italian Girl. 

Gallery 40, Case 18. 

Stacey, Anna Lee. 

Born Glasgow, Mo. Studied: AIC. Mem- 
ber: Chicago SA. Honors: Young Fortnightly 
prize, AIC 1902; Cahn prize, AIC 1902; Field 
Exhibition prize, 1907; Clyde M. Carr prize, 
1912. 

2284. In Furs. 

Gallery 46, Wall C. 
3513. Moonlight : Granada. 

Gallery 72, Wall D. 

Stacey, John F. 

Born Biddeford, Me., 1859. Studied: Mass. 
Normal School in Boston; Bpulanger, Lefebvre 
and Julian Academy in Paris. Member: Chi- 
cago SA. Honors: Bronze Medal, Louisiana 
Purchase Exp., 1904; Field Exhibition prize, 
1907; bronze medal, Buenos Aires, 1910; 
Grower prize, AIC 1911. 



Midsummer: Gloucester. 

Gallery 67, Wall B. 
Morning in August. 

Gallery 68, Wall A. 



Staigg, Richard Morrell. 

Born in Leeds, England, 1817; died in New- 
port, R. I., 1881. Brought to this country by 
his father in 1831. Received advice from 
Allston and others. Exhibited miniatures at 
R. A. Regular exhibitor at N. A. D., of 



Staigg, Richard Morrell (Continued), 
which he was elected Associate in 1856, and 
Academician in 1861. Visited Europe, 1867-69 
and 1872-74. 



3230. 



Portrait of Daniel Webster. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Aca- 
demy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 37, Case 15. 

Stanton, Lucy M. 

Born Atlanta, Ga., 1875. Studied: Colo- 
rossi Academy, Simon, Blanche, Gandara and 
A. Koopman in Paris. Member: PA. S. Min. 
P., 190*5; Am. S. Min. P., 1910'. 

1241. Mrs. Hunnicutt. 

Gallery 37, Case 7. 

1243. Mr. Joel Chandler Harris. 

Gallery 37, Case 7. 

1244. Aunt Liza. 

Gallery 37, Case 7. 

1245. A Scheme in Blue and White. 

Gallery 37, Case 7. 
1247. An Old Woman. 

Gallery 37, Case 7. 

Stark, Otto. 

Born Indianapolis, 1859. Studied with 
Lefebvre, Boulanger and Cormon in Paris. 
Member: SWA. In charge of Art Dept., 
Manual Training High School, Indianapolis, 
Ind. 

1113. The Gravel Screen. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 

1114. Building Operations. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 

Steele. Theodore C. 

Born Owen Co., Ind., 1847. Studied: Royal 
Academy in Munich, with Benczur and Loefftz. 
Member: SWA. Honors: Foulke Prize, 
Richmond, Ind., 1906; Silver Medal, Wednes- 
day Club, 1907- Fine Arts Corporation Prize, 
1909; Honorable Mention, Exposition, Paris, 
1900; Fine Arts Building Prize, Society of 
Western Artists, 1910>. 

2189. The Hill Country. 

Gallery 44, Wall C. 
2367. November Afternoon. 

Gallery 48, Wall C. 
3416. The Poplars. 

Gallery 71, Wall A. 

Steele, Zulma. 

Born Appleton, Wis., 1881. Studied: Pratt 
Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

2191. Nature's Tapestry. 

Gallery 44, Wall D. 

Stetson, Charles Walter. 

Born Tiverton Four Corners, R. I., 1858. 
Died, Rome, Italy, 1911. 

1162. A Dance at the End of the Day. 

Gallery 37, Wall D. 
1163'. Girls Under a Tree. 

Gallery 37. Wall D. 

1164. A Stream in Maremma. 

Gallery 37, Wall D. 

1165. Landscape. 

Gallery 37, Wall D. 

1166. Knights on Horseback. 

Gallery 37, Wall D. 

1167. Near the Edge of the Ancient Burial 

Ground. 

Gallery 37, Wall D. 
3.S45. A Place of Peace. 

Gallery 85, Wall B. 



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Stetson, Charles Walter (Continued). 

3846. October. 

Gallery 85, Wall B. 

3847. Bather. 

Gallery 85, Wall C. 

3848. Moonrise Behind Cypresses. 

Gallery 85, Wall C. 
3840. Harmony. 

Gallery 85, Wall C. 

3850. Portrait of Grace Ellery Channing- 
Stetson. 

Gallery 85, Wall C. 
3S51. Summer Joy. 

Gallery' 85, Wall C. 

3852. The Love Song. 

Gallery 85, Wall C. 

3853. Smugglers. 

Gallery 85, Wall C. 

3854. In Praise of Dionysos. 

Gallery 85, Wall C. 

Stewart, Julius L. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1855. Pupil of 
Gerome and R. de Madrazo. Member: Paris 
SAP; Soc. Nat. des Beaux- Arts 1899. Honors: 
Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 1885; third class 
medal, Paris Salon, 1890; gold medal, Berlin, 
1891 and 1895; gold medal, Munich, 1897; 
grand gold medal, Munich, 1901. Order of 
Leopold of Belgium 1895; French Legion of 
Honor 1895, Officer 1901. 

4200. Venice. 

Gallery 118, Wall D. 
4399. Wood Nymphs. 

Gallery 120, Wall A. 
4402. Blue Butterfly. 

Gallery 120, Wall A. 

Stoddard, Alice Kent. 

Born Watertown, Conn. Studied: PAFA, 
Philadelphia. Honors: Mary Smith prize, 
Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, 1911 and 
1913; Hon. mention, Philadelphia Art Club. 

2137. The White Waist. 

Gallery 43, Wall C. 
2994. The Sisters. 

Gallery 65, Wall A. 
3377. Portrait of Gerald Stanley Lee. 

Gallery 70, Wall B. 

Stokes, Frank Wilbert. 

Born Nashville, Tenn. Studied: PAFA un- 
der Thomas Eakins; Ecole des Beaux-Arts in 
Paris under Gerome; Colorossi Academy un- 
der Collin; Julian Academy under Boulanger 
and Lefebvre. 

2630. Belgica Channel. 

Gallery 56, Wall D. 

2631. Gate of Hades: Sunset Effect: 

Greenland. 

Gallery 56, Wall D. 

2632. Antarctic Glacier: Admiralty Sound. 

Gallery 56, Wall D. 

2633. Aurora Australis: Antarctic Bergs. 

Gallery 56, Wall D. 

2634. Aurora Borealis: Sea Ice Fore- 

ground. 

Gallery 56, Wall D. 

2035. Antarctic Afterglow: Admiralty 
Sound. 

Gallery 56, Wall D. 

Storrs, John. 

Born Chicago, 1885. Studied with Charles 
Grafly, Paul Bartlett, Auguste Rodin, Lorado 
Taft. 



4307. 



Portrait. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 



Story, Julian. 

Born Walton-on-Thames, England, 1857, of 
American parents, his father being the sculp- 
tor Wjlliam Wetmore Story. Studied with : 
Duveneck in Florence; Boulanger and Lef- 
ebvre in Paris. Member: ANA 1906; SAA 
1892: London Soc. Port. P. Honors: Third 
medal and lion, mention, Paris Salon, 1889; 
gold medal, Berlin, 1891; silver medal, Paris 
Exp., 190'0; silver medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buf- 
falo, 1901. Chevalier Legion of Honor, 
France, 1901. 

Sili'cr Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3380. Portrait of Mrs. Story. 
Gallery 70, Wall D. 

3389. Portrait of the Artist. 

Gallery 70, Wall D. 
Strean, Maria Judson. 

Born Washington, Pa., 1865. Studied: ASL 
of N. Y. under Cox and Weir; Prinet and 
Dauchez in Paris. Member: NYWCC; Am. 
S. Min. P.; Pa. Soc. Min. P.; Union Inter, 
des Beaux-Arts et Lettres. Honor: Hon. 
mention, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo. 1901. 

1813. Boy in Pierrot Costume. 
Gallery 40, Case 4. 

1815. Dorothy. 

Gallery 40, Case 4. 

5816. Portrait of Miss Alexander. 
Gallery 40, Case 4. 

1817. William. 

Gallery 40, Case 4. 

1818. Portrait. 

Gallery 40, Case 4. 

1819. Mrs. W. B. McKennan. 

Gallery 40. Case 4. 

1820. Girl in Gray Coat. 

Gallery 40, Case 4. 
Stuart, Gilbert. 

Born Narragansett, R. I., 1755; died Bos- 
ton, 1828. Portrait painter. Went to Eng- 
land in 1775. Pupil and assistant to Benja- 
min West. President of the Royal Academy. 
He returned to America in 1792. Among his 
sitters in Europe were three kings, Louis XVI, 
George III, and George IV, while Prince of 
Wales. He painted many distinguished ar- 
tists and six presidents of the United States, 
viz.: Washington, Adams, Jefferson, Madison, 
Monroe and John Quincy Adams. He painted 
two (or possibly three) portraits of Wash- 
ington from life the Lansdovvne portrait, and. 
the Athenaeum portrait, from which he 
painted many replicas. 

2763. Portrait. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Gallery 60, Wall A. 

2764. Portrait of William Williamson. 

Lent by Mrs. Gustav Radeke. 
Gallery 60, Wall A. 

2765. Portrait of President Monroe. 

Lent by Hon. Seth Low. 
Gallery 60, Wall A. 

2707. Dearborn. 

Lent by Herbert Welsh, Esq. 
Gallery 00, Wall A. 

2708. Captain Joseph Anthony. 

Lent by Laurence Johnson Mor- 
ris, Esq. 

Gallery 60, Wall A. 
Sully, Eobert Matthew. 

Born Petersburg, Va., 1803; died, 1855. 
Studied with Nasmyth, the landscape painter 
of Edinburgh, and later with his uncle, Thom- 
as Sully, in Philadelphia. Went abroad to 
study in 1824, remaining four years. 
2773. Junius Brutus Booth. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Es* 
Gallery 60, Wall B. 



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Sully, Thomas. 

Born in Horncastle, England, 1783; died in 
Philadelphia, 1872. Studied with his brother, 
Lawrence Sully, and with Stuart. Settled in 
Philadelphia, 1809. Visited Europe, and painted 
Queen Victoria from life in 1838. Exhibited 
at the Royal Academy, 1820- 1840. In the 
Historical Portrait Exhibition at the PAFA, 
1887-88, there were exhibited one hundred and 
six pictures by him. 

2709. Portrait of Francis Anne Kemble. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Aca- 
demy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 60, Wall A. 
2770. S'tudy of a Head. 

Lent by the Estate of Samuel 

Bell Waugh. 
Gallery 60, Wall A. 

Sutter, Henry R. 

Born Salisbury, Mo., 1891. Studied: Art 
Institute, Chicago, and with C. W. Hawthorne. 



4111. 



Street Scene: Provincetown. 
Gallery 117, Wall B. 



Suydam, James A. 

Born in New York in 1817. He was a pupil 
of the American artist M. C. Kellogg, with 
whom he traveled in Greece, Turkey and the 
East. He painted mountain scenery and coast 
views, and was one of the organizers of the 
Academy in New York and its treasurer. He 
died in 1865 and bequeathed some money and 
the pictures known as the "Suydam Collec- 
tion" to the Academy. 

2691. In the Meadows. 

Lent by Robert M. Olyphant, Esq. 
Gallery 58, Wall B. 

Sylvester, Frederick O. 
1372. A Mural Painting. 

Gallery 38, Wall C. 

Tadama, F. 

Born Sumatra (Netherlands East India), 
1871. Studied: Academy of Fine Arts, Am- 
sterdam and in Paris. Honors: Hon. men- 
tion, Paris; Societe des Artistes Francais 
Salon, 1901 ; First Prize, Landscape Competi- 
tion Amsterdam, 1898. Member of the jury 
in several exhibitions in Holland and America. 

2629. Public Market: Seattle. 
Gallery 56, Wall C. 

Talcott, Allen B. 

3408. April at Chipmunk Point. 

Gallery 71, Wall A. 
3600. The Ledges. 

Gallery 74, Wall B. 

Tanaka, Ya sushi. 

4444. The Shadow of the Madrona. 
Gallery 120, Wall D. 

Tannahill, Mary H. 

Born Warrenton, N. C., 1868. Studied: 
ASL; Weir, Twachtman. Cox and Mowbray in 
New York. Member: Pa. S. Min P. Honor: 
Prize, exhibition of Association of Woman 
Painters and Sculptors, New York, 1914. 



1945. 
1946. 



Brothers. 

Gallery 40, Case 16. 



A Young Mother. 

Gallery 40, Case 16. 

1953. Girl with Parrot. 

Gallery 40, Case 16. 

1954. Jane Chapman. 

Gallery 40, Case 16. 



Tanner, Henry O. 

Born Pittsburgh, Pa., 1859. Studied: PAFA, 
with Thomas Eakins; Laurens and Constant 
in Paris. Member: ANA 1909; Soc. Inter. 
de Peinture et Sculpture. Honors: Hon. 
mention, Paris Salon, 1896; third class medal, 
Paris Salon, 1897; Lippincott prize, PAFA, 
1900; silver medal, Paris Exp., 1900; silver 
medal, Pan- Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver 
medal, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904; second 
class medal, Paris Salon, 190'6; Harris prize, 
AIC 1906. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

4123. Christ at the Home of La/arus. 
Gallery 117, Wall C. 

Tapley, J. J. Wooding. 

Born Fairhaven, Conn.. 1858. Studied: 
Yale School of Fine Arts. New Haven; ASL of 
N. Y. 



1037. 



November. 

Gallery 36, Wall C. 



Tarbell, Edmund C. 

Born West Croton, Mass., 1862. Studied: 
Boston Museum School; Boulanger and Le- 
febvre in Paris. Member: Ten Am. P.; ANA 
1904, NA 1906; Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: 
Clarke prize, NAD 1890; Shaw Fund, SAA 
1893; medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; 
first Hallgarten prize, NAD 1894; Lippincott 
prize, PAFA 1895; Temple gold medal, PAFA 
1895; gold medal, AC Phila., 1895; second El- 
kins prize, PAFA 1896; hon. mention, Ten- 
nessee Exp., Nashville, 1897; first prize, Wor- 
cester Museum, 1900' ; three medals, Boston 
Charitable Mechanics' Assoc. ; bronze medal, 
Paris Exp., 1900; third prize, C. I. Pittsburgh, 
190-1; second prize, C. I. Pittsburgh, 1904; 
first prize, Worcester Museum, 1904; Harris 
prize, AIC 1907; medal of honor, PAFA, 1908; 
Saltus medal, NAD 190; first prize, C. I. 
Pittsburgh, 1909; first W. A. Clark prize, Cor- 
coran AG 1910; Beck gold medal, PAFA 1911. 
Instructor School of Drawing and Painting at 
the Boston Museum 1889 to 1912. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

3940. New England Interior. 

Lent by Miss Catherine Dodman. 
Gallery 89, Wall A. 

3941. Girl in Blue. 

Gallery 89, Wall A. 

3942. Girl Reading. 

Lent by Boston Museum of Fine 

Arts. 
Gallery 89, Wall A. 

3943. Girls Reading. 

Lent by Mrs. Daniel Merriman. 
Gallery 89, Wall A. 

3944. Girl Crocheting. 

Lent by Bela Lyon Pratt, Esq. 
Gallery 89, Wall A. 

3945. Girl Reading. 

Lent by The Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Gallery 89, Wall B. 

3946. Dr. Edward Reynolds. 

Lent by Dr. Edward Reynolds 
Gallery 89, Wall B. 

3947. Edmund and Eaglet. 

Gallery 89, Wall B. 

3948. Girl in White. 

Lent by .T. H. Gest, Esq. 
Gallery 89, Wall B. 



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Tarbell, Edmund C. (Continued). 

3949. The Mirror. 

Lent by the Queen City Club. 
Gallery 89, Wall B. 

3950. Reverie. 

Lent by Miss Georgina Carey. 
Gallery 89, Wall C. 

3951. Portrait: Hon. John W. Hammond. 

Lent by Hon. John W. Hammond. 
Gallery 89, Wall C. 

3952. Mrs. John S. Lawrence. 

Lent by John Silsbee Lawrence, 

Esq. 
Gallery 89, Wall C. 

3953. Girl with Dog. 

Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Stephen 

Codman. 
Gallery 89, Wall C. 

3954. The Turquoise Ring. 

Lent by the Art Club of Philadel- 
phia. 
Gallery 89, Wall D. 

3955. My Family. 

Gallery 89, Wall D. 

3956. Mrs. Samuel Cabot, Jr. 

Lent by Mrs. Samuel Cabot. 
Gallery 89, Wall D. 

3957. Interior. 

Lent by Dr. George Woodward. 
Gallery 89, Wall D. 

3958. On Bos'ns Hill. 

Lent by S. Dacre Bush, Esq. 
Gallery 89, Wall D. 

3959. The Dreamer. 

Gallery 89, Wall D. 

Taylor, Charles J. 

Born New York, 1855. Studied: ASL, 
NAD and Eastman Johnson in New York; 
London and Paris. Member: SI 1910. Hon- 
ors: Hon. mention for drawing, Pan- Am. 
Exp., Buffalo, 1901. Instructor, Carnegie 
Technical Schools, Pittsburgh, since 1911. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

974. Rankin Mills. 

Gallery 36, Wall B. 
976. Monongahela from S*oho Hill. 

Gallery 36, Wall B. 
978. Coming from Work. 

Gallery 36, Wall B. 
982. Mills at Swissvale. 

Gallery 36, Wall B. 
984. The Blowout: Soho. 

Gallery 36, Wall B. 
986. Pittsburgh from the Golf Club. 

Gallery 36, Wall B. 
3611. Boothbay Harbor. 

Gallery 74, Wall D. 

3614. Springtime in the Suburbs. 

Gallery 74, Wall D. 

3615. Sandy Creek. 

Gallery 74, Wall D. 
SS16. Sandy Creek Bridge. 

Gallery 74, Wall D. 

Taylor, Emily Drayton. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1860. Studied with 
Cecile Ferrere in Paris; PAFA. Member: 
Pa. Soc. Min. P. (pres.). Honors: Gold 
medal, Earl's Court Ex., London, 1900; gold 
medal for services on Jury, Charleston Exp., 
190.2. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1930. Spring. 

Gallery 40, Case 14. 

1931. Mrs. John Innis Kane. 

Gallery 40, Case 14. 



Taylor, Emily Drayton (Continued). 

1932. Mrs. Paul Mills. 

Gallery 40, Case 14. 

1933. Miss Corrine B. Freeman. 

Gallery 40, Case 14. 

1934. Life's Bubbles. 

Gallery 40, Case 14. 
1936. Mrs. Allison. 

Gallery 40, Case 14. 

Taylor, Frank Walter. 

Born Philadelphia, 1874; son of Frank H. 
Taylor. Studied PAFA and in Paris. Mem- 
ber: Fellowship, PAFA; SI 1906. 

Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific Internation- 
al Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

8. Souvenir of Versailles. 
Gallery 26, Wall A. 

10. The Pool: London. 

Gallery 26, Wall A. 

11. At the Races: Deauville. 

Gallery 26, Wall A. 

12. Illustration: The Iron Woman. 

Gallery 26, Wall A. 

13. Illustration: The Iron Woman. 

Gallery 26, Wall A. 

15. The Cargo: London. 

Gallery 26, Wall A. 

16. The Beach: Brighton. 

Gallery 26, Wall A. 

17. Fete: Night. 

Gallery 26, Wall A. 

18. The Villas: Trouville. 

Gallery 26, Wall A. 

Taylor, Minnie C. 

Born Bangor, Maine, 1865. Studied in Lon- 
don, Munich and Paris; San Francisco School 
of Design; New York, Boston and Chicago. 

1849. Robie. 

Gallery 40, Case 7. 
1851. Portrait. 

Gallery 40, Case 7. 

Thomas, Seymour. 

Born San Augustine, Texas, 1868. Studied 
with Chase in New York; Lefebvre and Con- 
stant in Paris. Honors: Hon. mention, Paris 
Salon, 1895; bronze medal, Paris Exp., 1900; 
third class medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 
1901; gold medal, Munich, 1901; second class 
medal, Paris Salon, 1904. Legion of Honor, 
France, 1904; Chevalier, 1905. 

3368. Portrait of Dr. W. A. Briggs. 
Gallery 70, Wall A. 

4417. Portrait: Henri Vignaud. 
Gallery 120, Wall B. 

Thompson, George Albert. 

Born New Haven, Conn., 1868. Studied 
Yale School of Fine Arts in New Haven; John 
La Farge in New York; Merson, Blanc, Cour- 
tois and Giradot in Paris. Director of the 
Norwich Art School. 

2624. February Morning. 

Gallery 56, Wall C. 

Thompson, Leslie P. 

Born Medford, 1880. Studied: Boston Mu- 
seum School under Tarbell. Honors: Bronze 
medal, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904; third 
Hallgarten prize, NAD 1911; Harrison S. 
Morris prize, Newport, 1914. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific Inter national 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3800. Girl in White. 

Gallery 80 Wall C. 

3810. Girl with Mirror. 

Gallery 80, Wall D. 



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Thorndike, Charles H. 

Born Paris, 1875. Studied in France with 
J. B. Constant. Honors: Associate of "Salon 
d'Automne," Paris; decorated French order 
"Officer d'Academie." 

4149. Gray Weather. 

Gallery 117, Wall D. 
4170. Church. 

Gallery 118, Wall B. 
4410. Boats Entering the River. 

Gallery 120, Wall B. 



Tiffany, Louis C. 

Born in New York, 1848. Studied with 
George Inness and Samuel Colman in New 
York; Leon Bailey in Paris. Member: ANA 
1871; NA 1880i ; SAA; AWCS; N. Y. Arch 
Lg. ; Societe Nat. des Beaux- Arts, Imperial So- 
ciety of Fine Arts, Japan. Honors: Gold 
medal for applied arts, Paris Exp., 1900; Chev- 
alier of the Legion of Honor of France, 1900; 
gold medal, Dresden Exp., 1901; grand prize, 
Turin Exp. of Decorative Art, 1902; special 
diploma of honor, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

3454. Silver Jar. 

Gallery 71, Case 1. 

3455. Silver Gilt Vase. 

Gallery 71, Case 2. 

3456. Spray of Mistletoe. 

Gallery 71, Case 3. 

3457. Pendant : Star Fish Motif. 

Gallery 71, Case 3. 

3458. Necklace: Two Gold Serpents. 

Gallery 71, Case 3. 

3459. Spray of Blackberries. 

Gallery 71, Case 3. 

3460. Copper Vase, No. 1. 

Gallery 71. Case 3. 

3461. Copper Vase, No. 2. 

Gallery 71, Case 3. 

3462. Tea Screen. 

Gallery 71, Case 3. 

3463. Hand Wrought Vase. 

Gallery 71, Case 3. 

3464. Silver Cup. 

Gallery 71, Case 3. 

3465. Silver Vase. 

Gallery 71, Case 3. 

3466. Gold Cup. 

Gallery 71, Case 3. 

Tingley, Blanche. 



1223'. 



Josephine Summer. 

Gallery 37, Case 5. 



Titcomb, M. B radish. 

Born in New Hampshire. Studied : Boston 
Museum School under Tarbell, Benson and 
Hale. Member: NYWCC. 

2351. Summer Girls. 

Gallery 48, Wall A. 
2605. The Distant City. 

Gallery 56, Wall A. 
4181. Hillside and Harbor. 

Gallery 118, Wall B. 



Tompkins, Frank H. 

Born Hector, N. Y., 1847. Studied: ASL 
of N. Y.; Cincinnati School of Design, Royal 
Academy in Munich under Loefftz. Honor: 
Gold medal, Mass. Charitable Mechanics' Assoc. 



2626. 



Self Portrait. 

Gallery 56, Wall C. 



Troccoli, Giovanni Battista. 

Born Italy, 1882. Studied with Dr. D. W. 
Ross and Hermann Dudley Murphy. Honors: 
Honorable mention, Carnegie Institute, 1911; 
the Norman Wait Harris silver medal, Art In- 
stitute, Chicago, 1913. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

2350. Portrait of Mr. Ferry. 

Gallery 48, Wall A. 
2354. Portrait of Mrs. Brickerhoff. 

Gallery 48, Wall A. 
2369. Woman with a Handkerchief. 

Gallery 48, Wall C. 
2373. New England Woman. 

Gallery 48, Wall C. 

Trott, Benjamin. 

Born in Boston. Followed Stuart from New 
York to Philadelphia, and there remained for 
many years. Copied in miniature many of 
Stuart's portraits. Joint tenant with Sully, 
ISO'S. Also sojourned in the South, in New 
York, and in Boston. Exhibited PAFA, 1812. 

1322. Portrait of Solomon Etting. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Aca- 
demy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 37, Case 15. 

Tryon, Dwight W. 

Born Hartford, Conn., 1849. Studied with 
C. Daubigny, Jacquesson de la Chevreuse, A. 
Guillemet and H. Harpignies in Paris. Mem- 
ber: ANA 1890; NA 1891; SAA 1882; 
AWCS; Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: Bronze 
medal, Boston, 1882; gold medals, American 
Art Assoc., New York, 1886 and 1887; third 
Hall^arten prize, NAD 1887; Ellsworth prize, 
AIC 1888; Palmer prize, Chicago Interstate 
Exp., 1889; Webb prize, SAA 1889; first class 
gold medal, Munich Exp., 1892; medal, Colum- 
bian Exp., Chicago, 1893; first prize, Cleve- 
land Interstate Exp., 1895; first prize, Ten- 
nessee Centennial, Nashville, 1897; gold med- 
al ($15000, C. I. Pittsburgh 1898; chronologi- 
cal medal, C. I. Pittsburgh 1899; gold medal, 
Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; gold medal, 
Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific Inter-national 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2390. Twilight: Autumn. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 

Collection. 
Gallery 49, Wall A. 

2391. An Evening in May. 

Lent by The -Buffalo Fine Arts 

Gallery. 
Gallery 49, Wall A. 

2392. Early Night. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 

Collection. 
Gallery 49, Wall A. 

2393. Sunset Before Storm. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 

Collection. 
Gallery 49, Wall A. 

2394. Autumn. 

Gallery 49, Wall A. 

2395. Night: The Sea. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 

Collection. 
Gallery 49, Wall A. 

2396. The Sea: East Wind. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 

Collection. 
Gallery 49, Wall A. 

2397. Autumn Morning. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 

Collection. 
Gallery 49, Wall A. 



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Tryon, Dwight W. (Continued). 

2398. Evening: September. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 

Collection. 
Gallery 49, Wall A. 

2399. Afternoon: October. 

Gallery 49, Wall A. 

2400. Moonlight. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 

Collection. 
Gallery 49, Wall A. 

2401. The Farm: Moonlight. 

Gallery 49, Wall A. 

2402. Moonlight on the Water. 

Gallery 49, Wall A. 

2403. The Sea: Freshening Breeze. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 

Collection. 
Gallery 49, Wall A. 

Tucker, Allen. 

Born Brooklyn, N. Y., 1866. Studied: Co- 
lumbia Univ.; ASL of N. Y. Member: N. Y. 
Arch. Lg. 1902; Am. P. S. 

2127. The Ice Storm. 

Gallery 43, Wall B. 
4453. Portrait in Blue and Ivory. 

Gallery 120, Wall D. 

Turner, Helen M. 

Born Louisville, Ky. Studied: ASL of N. 
Y. under Cox. Member: NYWCC; Pa. S. 
Min. P. Honors: Elling prize for landscape, 
1912; bronze medal, Cooper Union, N. Y. ; 
Julia A. Shaw prize, NAD 1913; National 
Arts prize, Society of Women Painters and 
Sculptors, 1913. Hon. mention, Chicago Art 
Inst., 1913. 

1909. Mr. Frank Regal. 

Gallery 40, Case 12. 
1912. Portrait of Mrs. Sherwood. 

Gallery 40, Case 12. 
3029. Portrait. 

Gallery 65, Wall C. 
>310. Mother and Child. 

Gallery 69, Wall C. 

Turner, Ross Sterling. 

Born Westport, N. Y., 1847. Studied: Mu 
nich, Venice, Florence, Rome. Member: 
NYWCC; AWCS; Boston WCC. Honors: 
Silver medal for water color, Pan-Am. Exp., 
Buffalo, 1901; Evans prize, AWCS 1908; first 
prize, Water Color Society, N. Y. 1908; first 
silver medal, Mechanics' Fair, Boston, 1890. 
Instructor, Mass. Normal Art School since 
1909, and Mass. Inst. of Technology. 

1749. The Rover t 

Gallery 40, Wall C. 
1778. Le Soliel Royal. 

Gallery 40, Wall D. 

Tuttle, Adrianna. 

Born Windsor, Conn., 1866. Studied: New 
York, Boston, Europe. Member: ASL of N. 
Y. Honors: Honorable mention, Connecti- 
cut Academy of the Fine Arts, 1914. 

1892. Mrs. Charles Shearman Coxe. 

Gallery 40, Case 10. 

1893. Portrait. 

Gallery 40, Case 10. 
1895. William Somerset Maugham. 
Gallery 40, Case 10. 

Tuttle, Euel Crompton. 

Born Windsor, 1866. Studied: ASL of N. 
Y. under Mowbray and Weir. 
4366. The Fountain: Windsor. 
Gallery 119, Wall D. 



Twachtman, John H. 

Born Cincinnati, 1853; died 1902. Studied: 
School of Design, Cincinnati. Spent the win- 
ter of 1874 and 1875 in Duveneck's Life School 
and Painting Class in the same city. Went 
to Europe in the fall of 1875, entering the Art 
School at Munich. Honors: Webb prize, So- 
ciety of American Artists, 1888; bronze medal, 
Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; Temple 
gold medal, PAFA, 1895; silver medal, Pan- 
American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. Member: 
American Art Club, Munich. 

4051. October. 

Lent by Charles A. Platt, Esq. 
Gallery 93, Wall A. 

4052. Niagara. 

Gallery 93, Wall A. 

4053. River in Winter. 

Lent by The Carnegie Institute. 
Gallery 93, Wall A. . ~ 

4054. Phlox. 

Gallery 93, Wall A. 

4055. Brush House: Cos Cob. 

Gallery 93, Wall A. 

4056. Sailing. 

Gallery 93, Wall A. 

4057. Flowers. 

Lent by J. Alden Weir, Esq. 
Gallery 93, Wall B. 

4058. View on the Brette: Bethune. 

Lent by The Hillyer Art Gallery, 

Smith College. 
Gallery 93, Wall B. 

4059. Windmills. 

Lent by The Hillyer Art Gallery, 

Smith College. 
Gallery 93, Wall B. 

4060. Niagara. 

Lent by W. J. Johnson, Esq. 
Gallery 93, Wall B. 

4061. Sketch. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 
Gallery 93, Wall B. 

4062. Frozen Stream. 

Gallery 93, Wall B. 

4063. Mother and Child. 

Gallery 93, Wall B. 

4064. The Azaleas. 

Lent by Henry Smith, Esq. 
Gallery 93, Wall B. 

4065. Greenwich Hills. 

Gallery 93, Wall C. 

4066. Bridge in Spring. 

Gallery 93, Wall C. 

4067. Marine. 

Lent by Henry Fitch Taylor, Esq. 
Gallery 93, Wall C. 

4068. Gladioli. 

Lent by Edward H. Coates, Esq. 
Gallery 93, Wall C. 

4069. Waterfall: Yosemite. 

Lent by Mrs. Gustav Radeke. 
Gallery 93, Wall C. 

4070. On the Upper Terrace. 

Gallery 93, Wall C. 

4071. Summer. 

Gallery 93, Wall C. 

4072. Waterfall. 

Lent by Henry Smith, Esq. 

Gallery 93, Wall D. 
Hill at Arc-la-Bataille. 

Gallery 93, Wall D. 
Meadow Flowers. 

Lent by The Brooklyn Museum. 

Gallery 93, Wall D. 

4075. The Back Road. 

Lent by Childe Hassam, Esq. 
Gallery 93, Wall D. 

4076. Harbor View Hotel. 

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Tyler, Carolyn D. 

Born Chicago. Studied: AIC under Mrs. 
Virginia Reynolds. Member: Chicago SA: 
Chicago 8. Min. P. 

1294. Jeannette. 

Gallery 37, Case 12. 
1296. Master Robert Gibson. 

Gallery 37, Case 12. 

Tyng, Margaret Fuller. 

Born Exeter, N. H. Studied: Museum of 
Fine Arts, Boston, Mass. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



2102. 



The Silver Bowl. 

Gallery 43, Wall A. 



Tyson, Carroll Sargent, Jr. 

Born Philadelphia, 1878. Studied: PAFA 
under Chase and Cecilia Beaux; Carl Marr 
and Walter Thor in Munich. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3425. A Midsummer's Day. 

Gallery 71, Wall B. 
3587. Road to the Pier. 

Gallery 74, Wall A. 
:V591. Before Moonrise. 

Gallery 74, Wall A. 



Studied: Chi- 



Ufer, Walter. 

Born Louisville, Ky., 1876. 
cago, Dresden, Munich, Paris. 



2104. Rosa C'ota of San Juan Pueblo 

Gallery 43, Wall A. 
2106. A Daughter of San Juan Pueblo. 

Gallery 43, Wall A. 
2108. Taos Indian in Cornfield. 

Gallery 43, Wall A. 

Ullman, Eugene Paul. 

Born in New York, 1877. Studied with Wm. 
M. Chase. Member: Assoc. Soc. Nat. des 
Beaux-Arts, Paris; Paris SAP. Honors: Bronze 
medal, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904; first 
class medal, Orleans, France, 1905; second 
prize, Worcester, 190'6; Temple gold medal, 
PAFA 1906. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

4121. Young Widow. 

Gallery 117, Wall C. 
4125. Parisienne. 

Gallery 117, Wall C. 
4426. Head of a Young Woman. 

Gallery 120, Wall B. 

Umbstaetter, Nellie Littlehale. 

Born Stockton, Cal., 1867. Studied: Mu- 
seum of Fine Arts, Boston. 

932. The Golden Pine. 

Gallery 36, Wall A. 

933. Old Thorn Trees. 

Gallery 36, Wall A. 

934. Takesago. 

Gallery 36, Wall A. 

935. The White Birch. 

Gallery 36, Wall A. 

942. The Woods. 

Gallery 36, Wall A. 

943. An Opal Day. 

Gallery 36, Wall A. 



Upton, Florence K. 

Born in New York. Studied: ASL of N. 
Y. ; Kenyon Cox; Gari Melchers. In Paris 
with Collin and in Holland with George Hitch- 
cock. Member: Assoc. Societe Nationale des 
Beaux-Arts, Paris. Honor: Gold medal at 
Nantes. 

4460. The Yellow Room. 

Gallery 120, Wall D. 

Valk, Ella Snowden. 

Born Virginia. Studied: New York and 
Paris. 

1958. Dawn. 

Gallery 40, Case 17. 
1960. Miss Frances Cocke. 

Gallery 40, Case 17. 

Van Boskerck, Robert W. 

Born Hoboken, N. J., 1855. Studied with 
Swain Gifford and A. H. W>ant in New York. 
Member: ANA 1897, NA 1907; SAA 1887. 
Honors: Silver medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 
190<1; silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 
1904. 

3288. The Valley at Delhi: New York. 

Gallery 69, Wall A. 
3414. Gill Brook: Adirondacks. 

Gallery 71, Wall A. 

Van Laer, Alexander T. 

Born Auburn, N. Y., 1857. Studied: NAD 
and R. Swain Gifford in New York; Geo. Pog- 
genbeck in Holland. Member: ANA 1901, 
NA 1909; AWCS (pres.); NYWCC. Honors: 
Bronze medal, Charleston Exp., 1902; gold 
medal, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904. 

2297. November Afternoon. 

Gallery 46, Wall D. 
3589. The Old Mill. 

Gallery 74, Wall A. 

Van Sloun, Frank J. 

Born St. Paul, Minn. Studied: New York. 
Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3509. Portrait of an Actor. 

Gallery 72, Wall C. 

Vinton, Frederic Porter. 

Born Bangor, Maine, 1846; died 1911. 
Studied with Leon Bonnat; Jean Paul Laurens 
in Paris. Member: Royal Academy, Lowell 
Institute. Honors: Hon. men., Paris Exp., 
1890i; gold medal, World's Columbian Exp., 
1893; silver medal, Paris Exp., 1900; gold 
medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; Temple 
gold medal, Philadelphia, 1908; gold medal, St. 
Louis, 1904. 

2944. Hon. Moorfield Storey. 

Gallery 64, Wall A. 
2962. Portrait: Mrs. Vinton. 

Gallery 64, Wall C. 

Vivian, Calthea. 

Born Missouri. Studied: Crocker School 
of Design; Hopkins Art Institute. Honor: 
Medal for drawing at Crocker School. 



2133. 



Moonlight: St. Francis Sutter Park. 
Gallery 43, Wall C. 



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Vogt, Louis C. 

Born Cincinnati, 1864. Studied with H. 
Siddons Mowbray and Frank Duveneck. Mem- 
ber: SWA (Assoc.); Cincinnati AC. 

1064. Late Afternoon: Cairo. 

Gallery 36, Wall D. 

1065. An Old Street: Cairo. 

Gallery 36, Wall D. 

1067. Morning: Cairo. 

Gallery 36, Wall D. 

1068. A Market Place on the Nile. 

Gallery 36, Wall D. 

1069. Busy Street: Cairo. 

Gallery 36, Wall D. 

Volk, Douglas. 

Born Pittsfield, Mass., 1856. Son of the 
sculptor Leonard W. Volk. Studied with 
Gerome in Paris. Member: ANA 1898; NA 
1899; SAA 1880; NAC; Soc. Inter, des Beaux- 
Arts et des Lettres, Paris. Honors: Medal, 
Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; Shaw pur- 
chase, SAA 1899; first prize, Colonial Exh., 
Boston, 1899; silver medal, Pan-Am. Exp., 
Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, Charleston Exp., 
1902; Carnegie prize, SAA 1903; silver medal, 
Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904; Proctor por- 
trait prize NAD, 1910; Saltus gold medal, 
NAD 1910'. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

3839. Marion of Hewnoaks. 

Gallery 85, Wall B. 
3-840. Maid of the Manor. 

Gallery 85, Wall B. 
3841. Mother and Child. 

Gallery 85, Wall B. 

Volkert. Edward C. 

Born Cincinnati, Ohio, 1871. Studied: Cin- 
cinnati Art Academy with Frank Duveneck; 
ASL of N. Y., with Mowbray. Member: 
Union Internationale de Beaux-Arts et des Let- 
tres; AWCS; NYWCC, SWA. 



2362. 



Winter Evening: Connecticut. 
Gallery 48, Wall B. 



Vonnoh, Robert. 

Born Hartford, Conn., 1858. Studied". 
Mass. Normal Art School in Boston; Julian 
Academy in Paris under Boulanger and Le- 
febvre. Member: ANA 1900; NA 1906; SAA 
1892; Port. P.; N. Y. Arch Lg.; Munich Se- 
cession (cor.). Honors: Hon. mention, Paris 
Salon, 1889; bronze medal, Paris Exp., 1889 
and 1900: medal, Pan- Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; 
medal, Charleston Exp., 1902; Proctor prize, 
NAD 1904. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

2219. Portrait: Daniel Chester French. 

Gallery 45, Wall B. 
2237. Fantasy: Blue and Yellow. 

Gallery 45, Wall D. 
2359. Bridge at Grez. 

Gallery 48, Wall B. 
3078. Poppies. 

Gallery 66, Wall B. 
3388. Charles Francis Adams, Esq. 

Gallery 70, Wall D. 

Wagner, Frank Hugh. 

Born Milton, Indiana, 1870. Studied: Art 
Institute, Chicago. 

1262. Mary Alice. 

Gallery 87, Case 10. 

1263. Portrait of Mr. G. 

Gallery 37, Case 10. 



Wagner, Fred. 

Born Valley Forge, Pa., 1864. Studied: 
PAFA. Member: Phila. Sketch C. Honors: 
Hon. mention, Art Club, Phila.; silver medal, 
American Art Society; bronze medal, Knox- 
ville; Fellowship prize, 1914. 

1075. Brooklyn Bridge. 

Gallery 36, Case 10. 
1077. Across the Schuylkill. 

Gallery 36, Case 10. 
1079. The Two Bridges. 

Gallery 36, Case 10. 
1089. The Yellow Bridge. 

Gallery 36, Case 12. 
1091. Valley of' Snow. 

Gallery 36, Case 12. 
1093. The Village: Winter. 

Gallery 36, Case 12. 
2473. Winter Evening. 

Gallery 51, Wall A. 
2507. Shoveling Snow. 

Gallery 51, Wall D. 

Wagner, Robert. 

Born Detroit, Mich., 1872. Studied: Uni- 
versity of Mich.; Academic Julian; Academic 
Delacluse. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2577. Portrait of Stewart Edward White. 
Gallery 55, Wall B. 

Waite, Emily Burling. 

Born Worcester, Mass., 1887. Studied: 
ASL of N. Y.; Museum School of Fine Arts, 
Boston. Honors: Gardner prize; Helen K. 
Hamlin Scholarship; Sears prize; Paige Trav- 
eling Scholarship, 1909-12. 

Sili'er Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2122. A Morning in September. 

Gallery 43, Wall B. 
2305. Tijmentje Cleaning Brass. 

Gallery 46, Wall D. 
3268. The Lavender Gown. 

Gallery 68, Wall D. 
3440. Tijinentje Pouring Water. 

Gallery 71, Wall C. 

Walcott, Harry Mills. 

Born Torringford, Conn., 1870. Studied: 
NAD in New York; Julian Academy under 
Constant in Paris. Member: ANA 1903; 
SAA 1902. Honors: Hon. mention, Paris 
Salon, 1897; bronze medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buf- 
falo, 1901; Shaw fund, SAA 1902; first Hall- 
garten prize, NAD 1903; Clarke prize, NAD 
1904; hon. mention, C. I. Pittsburgh, 1904; 
silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904. 

Sili'er Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



2220. 



The Children's Cotillion. 
Gallery 45, Wall B. 



Walden, Lionel. 

Born Norwich, Conn., 1862. Studied: Caro- 
lus-Duran in Paris. Member: Nat. Inst., A. 
L.; Paris SAP; Societe Inter, de Peinture et 
Sculpture, Paris; Soc. de Peintres de la Ma- 
rine. Honors: Second class medal, Crystal 
Palace Exh., London; hon. mention, Paris 
Salon, 1899; silver medal, Paris Exp., 1900; 
third class medal, Paris Salon, 1903; silver 
medal, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904. Chev- 
alier of the Legion of Honor, France, 1910. 

Sili'er Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



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Walden, Lionel (Continued). 

2600. Scene on the Brittany Coast. 

Gallery 55, Wall D. 
4179. Before Fishing. 

Gallery 118, Wall B. 



Walker. Horatio. 

Born Listowel, Canada, 1858; came to New 
York in 1885. Member ANA 1890; NA 1891; 
SAA 1887; Nat. Inst. A. L.; Royal Inst. of 
Painters in Water Colors, England; AWCS. 
Honors: Gold medal, competitive exhibition 
at American Art Galleries, New York, 1887; 
Evans prize, AWCS 1888; bronze medal, Paris 
Exp., 1889; gold medal and diploma, Colum- 
bian Exp., Chicago, 1893; gold medal, Pan- 
Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; gold medal, Charles- 
ton Exp., 1902; gold medal for oil and gold 
medal for water colors, Louisiana Purchase 
Exp., 1904; gold medal of honor, PAFA 190'6; 
first prize, Worcester, 1907. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

3833. Man Sawing Wood. 

Gallery 85, Wall A. 
3835. Ploughing in Acadia. 

Gallery 85, Wall A. 

3837. Boy Feeding Calves. 

Gallery 85, Wall B. 

3838. Sheep Searing. 

Lent by The Buffalo Fine Arts 

Academy. 
Gallery 85, Wall B. 



Waltman, Harry Franklin. 

Born in Ohio, 1871. Studied with Constant 
and Laurens in Paris; S. Jerome Uhl, Wash- 
ington, D. C., and Julian in Paris. Honor: 
Portrait prize, Salma. C. 1909. 

2613. The Blue Mountain. 

Gallery 56, Wall A. 
4097. Vermont. 

Gallery 117, Wall A. 



Waring, Leila. 

Born Charleston, S. C. 
N. Y. 



Studied: ASL of 



1785. 



Mrs. T. Waring. 

Gallery 40, Case 1. 



Warner, Everett L. 

Born Vinton, la., 1877. Studied: ASL in 
Washington and New York; Julian Academy 
in Paris. Member: NYWCC; AWCS. Hon- 
ors: First Corcoran prize, Wash. WCC 1902; 
Sesnan medal, PAFA 1908; silver medal, 
Buenos Aires Exp., 1910'j second Hallgarten 
prize, NAD 1912. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3419. The Edge of the River. 

Gallery 71, Wall B. 
3558. Brooklyn Bridge. 

Gallery 73, Wall D. 



Warren, Harold B. 

Born Manchester, England, 1859. Studied: 
Charles H. Moore and Charles Eliot Norton at 
Harvard University. 

1706. Autumn. 

Gallery 40, Wall A. 
4364. The Matterhorn. 

Gallery 119, Wall D. 



Washington, Elizabeth F. 

Born Siegfried's Bridge, Pa. Studied: 
PAFA. Honors: Three prizes for applied de- 
sign at The Pennsylvania Museum and School 
of Industrial Art; first prize in Anatomy 
Drawings, 1909; the Cresson Traveling Euro- 
pean Scholarship 'given June, 1912; first Top- 
pan prize June, 1913. 

1786. The First Parasol. 

Gallery 40, Case 1. 
1790. Nancy. 

Gallery 40, Case 1. 
1792. Abdul Baha. 

Gallery 40, Case 1. 

Waterbury, Laura Prather. 

Born Louisville, Ky. Studied: San Fran- 
cisco School of Design, with Virgil Williams. 
Honor: Gold medal, Seattle, Wash. 

1264. Portrait of Miss Nina Clay. 

Gallery 37, Case 10. 
1272. General W. R. STxafter. 

Gallery 37, Case 10. 

Watrous, Harry Willson. 

Born in San Francisco, Cal., 1857. Studied 
with Bonnat, Boulanger and Lefebvre in Paris. 
Member: ANA 1894; NA 1895 (Cor. Sec. 
1898); SAA 1905. Honors: Clarke prize NAD 
1894; bronze medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 
1901; special commemorative gold medal, Lou- 
isiana Purchase Exp., 1904. 

2156. He Stood in the Moonlight. 

Gallery 44, Wall A. 
2364. The Bursting of the Bubble. 

Gallery 48, Wall B. 

Waugh, Frederick J. 

Born Bordentown, N. J., 1861; son of S. B. 
Waugh, portrait painter. Studied: PAFA; 
Julian Academy in Paris. Member: AC 
Phila.; ANA 1909; NA 1911. Honors: Clark 
prize, NAD 1910; gold medal, Buenos Aires; 
Norman Wait bronze medal, Art Institute, Chi- 
cago. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3155. The Maine Coast. 

Gallery 67, Wall B. 
3163. Coming of the Line Storm. 

Gallery 67, Wall B. 
3173. The Southern Gulf Stream. 

Gallery 67, Wall C. 

Waugh, Samuel Bell. 

Born in Mercer, Pa., 1814; died in Janes- 
ville, Wis., 1885. Studied in Philadelphia and 
abroad, where he painted a number of por- 
traits of distinguished foreigners, among them 
Thorwaldsen. For many years a leading por- 
trait painter in Philadelphia. 

2803. Portrait of Thorwaldsen. 
Gallery 60, Wall D. 

Weber, Sarah S. Stillwell. 
26. Water Baby. 

Gallery 26, Wall A. 

Webster, E. Ambrose. 

Born Chelsea, Mass., 1869. Studied: Bos- 
ton Museum, under Benson and Tarbell; Lau- 
rens and Benjamin-Constant in Paris. Mus- 
grave medal, 1906. 

4451. In the Woods. 

Gallery 120, Wall D. 
4454. On the Trail. 

Gallery 120, Wall D. 



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Webster, Ethel Felder. 

Born Chappell Hill, Texas, 1886. Studied 
in New York. 

1900. Susan Kingsley Crawford. 
Gallery 40, Case 11. 

1902. Edith. 

Gallery 40, Case 11. 

1903. Grandfather. 

Gallery 40, Case 11. 
1905. Louise. 

Gallery 40, Case 11. 

Webster, Herman A.' 

Born New York, 1878. Studied: Paris. 
Honors: Associate Royal Society of Painters, 
Etchers and Engravers, 1907; Associe Societe 
Nationale des Beaux-Arts, 1912; Fellow Royal 
Society of Painters, Etchers and Engravers, 
1914. 

4273. Ponte Santa Trinita. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 

4274. Rio della Croce: Venice. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 

4277. Ponte alle Grazie: Florence. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 

4278. Rio Ogni Santi: Venice. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 

4285. Ponte Vecchio : Florence. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 

4286. On the Arno: Florence. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 

Wehrschmidt, Daniel A. 

Born in Cleveland, Ohio, 
Herkomer School, Bushey 
Two bronze medals, 
St. Louis. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



1861. Studied: 
Herts. Honors: 
Louisiana Purchase Exp., 



4401. 



The Morning's Milk. 
Gallery 120, Wall A. 



Weill, Edmond. 

Born in New York. 
Edgar M. Ward. 



Studied: NAD under 



1128. 



October Haze. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 



Weir, J. Alden. 

Born West Point, N. Y., 1852. Studied 
with his father, Robert W. Weir, at West 
Point; Gerome in Paris. Member: ANA 1885, 
NA 1886; AWCS; Ten Am. P.;. Nat. Inst. AL. 
Honors: Hon. mention, Paris" Salon, 1882; 
silver medal for painting and bronze for draw- 
ing, Paris Exp., 1899; prize ($2000), Ameri- 
can Art Assoc., New York; medal, C. I. Pitts- 
burgh, 1897; bronze medal, Paris Exp., 1900: 
gold medal, Pan-Am. .Exp., Buffalo, 1901; gold 
medal for paintings and silver for engravings, 
Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904; Inness medal, 
NAD 1906; Lippincott prize, PAFA 1910; sil- 
ver medal, Int. Exp., Buenos Aires, 1910. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

2406. Constructing a Dam. 

Gallery 49, Wall B. 

2407. Midsummer. 

Gallery 49, Wall B. 

2408. Hunter's Moon. 

Gallery 49, Wall B. 

2409. The Oak. 

Gallery 49, Wall B. 

2410. Danbury Hills. 

Gallery 49, Wall B. 

2411. White Oak. 

Gallery 49, Wall B. 



Weir, J. Alden (Continued). 

2412. Old Norwich Town: Connecticut. 
Gallery 49, Wall B. 

2422. A New England Rye Field. 

Gallery 49, Wall C. 

2423. Plaza : Nocturne. 

Gallery 49, Wall D. 

2424. In the Woods. 

Gallery 49, Wall D. 

2425. Portrait, 

Gallery 49, Wall D. 

2426. Towards Queenburgh Bridge: Noc- 

turne. 

Gallery 49. Wall D. 

2427. June. 

Gallery 49, Wall D. 

Weir, John Ferguson. 

Born West Point, New York, 1841. Studied 
with his father, Robert W. Weir, at West 
Point; NAD in New York. Member: ANA 
1864: NA 1866; Director of the Yale School 
of Fine Arts since 1869. 

2966. Forging the Shaft, 

Lent by The Metropolitan Mu- 
seum. 
Gallery 64, Wall C. 



Weiss, Samuel A. 

Born Russia, Poland, 1875. 
emy of Design, N. Y. 



Studied: Acad- 



3608. 



Sunshine. 

Gallery 74, Wall C. 



Welch, Katherine G. 

Born Spring Station. Kv. 
of N. Y.; Am. Soc. Min. P. 



Studied: ASL 



1313 



Profile. 

Gallery 37, Case 14. 



Welch, Mabel E. 

Born New Haven, Conn. Studied: ASL of 
N. Y. under Cox and Reid; Vander Weyden, 
Garrido, Lazar and Scott in Paris. Member: 
Am. S. Min. P. (sec.-treas.) ; PA S. Min. P. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1356. Miss Fisher. 

Gallery 37, Case 18. 
1358. Miss Barler. 

Gallery S7, Case 18. 
1362. Clorinda. 

Gallery 37, Case 18. 

Wells, Alice Rushmore. 

Member: Am. S. 'Min. P.; Pa. S. Min. P. 

1228. Miss Natalie Peck. 

Gallery 37, Case 6. 
1230. Portrait. 

Gallery 37, Case 6. 

Wendel, Theodore. 

Born Midway, Ohio, 1859. Studied: Paris, 
Italy, Germany. Honors: Sesnan medal, 
PAFA 190.9; bronze medal, Intl. Exp., Buenos 
Aires, 1910. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3777. Hillside: Autumn. 

Gallery 80, Wall A. 
3781. October Haze. 

Gallerv 80, Wall A. 
3801 Ipswich Marsh. 

Gallery 80, Wall C. 



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Wendt, William. 

Born in Germany, 1865; settled in Chicago, 
1880. Member: ANA 1912; SWA. Honors: 
Second Yerkes prize, Chicago, 1893; Young 
Fortnightly prize, AIC 1897; bronze medal, 
Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; Calm prize, AIC 
1904; silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 
1904; hon. mention, Chicago SA 1906; silver 
medal, Wednesday Club, St. Louis, 1910; Cahn 
hon. mention, AIC 1911. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3169. Tahoma: the Eternal. 

Gallery 67, Wall C. 
3172. The Land of Heart's Desire. 

Gallery 67, Wall C. 

Wentz, Henry. 

Born The Dalles, Oregon. 
4098. November: 5 P. M. 

Gallery 117, Wall A. 

Werner, Frank A. 
3228. Jessie. 

Gallery 68, Wall A. 

Wertmuller, Adolph. 

A Swedish painter, born at Stockholm in 
1749. He was appointed painter to the King 
of Sweden, in 1787. In 1797 he emigrated to 
America, where he died, the date of his death 
being unknown. 

2794. Portrait of Mr. Hamilton. 

Lent by John Frederick Lewis, 

Esq. 

Gallery 60, Wall C. 
2805. Portrait of Mrs. Hamilton. 

Lent by John Frederick Lewis, 

Esq. 
Gallery 60, Wall D. 

Wessel, Herman H. 

Born Vincenne?, Ind., 1878. Studied: Cin- 
cinnati Art Academy and in Paris. 



2429. 



The Harbor: He aux Moines. 
Gallery 50, Wall A. 



West, Benjamin. 

Born Springfield, Pa., 1738; died London, 
1820. He began to draw when seven years 
old, and took his first lessons in preparing 
colors from the Cherokee Indians. In 1760 
he won royal patronage in London, which he 
long enjoyed. From 1769 to 1801 he received 
all orders from the king, who made him his 
historical painter (1772). On the death of Sir 
Joshua Reynolds (1792) West succeeded him 
as President of the Royai Academy, of which 
he had been one of the founders in 1768. 

2783. Portrait of Miss Peel. 

Gallery 00, Wall C. 

2787. Mary Magdalene Anointing the Feet 
of Christ. 

Lent by Art Institute of Chicago. 

Gallery 60, Wall C. 

Wetherill. Elisha Kent Kane. 

Born Philadelphia, 1875. Studied: PAFA 
and in Paris. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3373'. The Dreamer. 

Gallery 70, Wall B. 
3489. Mysterious Thoughts. 

Gallevy 72, Wall B. 



Wheeler, Janet D. 

Born Detroit, Mich. Studied: PAFA; Bou- 
guereau and Courtois in Paris. Honors: Top- 
pan prize, PAFA; Mary Smith prize, PAFA 
1901; gold medal, AC Phila. 1902; silver med- 
al, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904. . 



383G. 



In Memoriam. 

Gallery 85, Wall A. 



Whistler, James McNeill. 

Born Lowell, Mass., 1834; died Chelsea, 
London, 1903. Lived in Russia from eighth 
to fifteenth year. Returned to America in 
1849; entered West Point 1851, but was not 
graduated. Was connected with Coast Sur- 
vey in Washington. In 1855 went to Eng- 
land, and shortly after moved to Paris, study- 
ing under Gleyer. Exhibited in Royal Acad- 
emy in 1859 for first time. Removed to Lon- 
don in 1863. Member, Societe Nationale des 
Beaux-Arts, Paris; Chevalier (1889); Officer 
(1891) of the Legion of Honor; Chevalier, 
Order of St. Michael, Bavaria; Hon. Mem. 
Royal Academy, Bavaria; Hon. Mem. Royal 
Academy, Dresden; President, International 
Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers, 
London; President, Royal Society of British 
Artists; Hon. Mem. Royal Acad. of St. Luke, 
Rome; Commander of Order of the Crown of 
Italy; Hon. Mem. Royal Scottish Academy. 
Honors: Gold medal, Amsterdam, 1863; med- 
al of the third class, Paris Salon, 1883; medal 
of the first class, Munich, 1889; gold medal, 
Antwerp, 1889; gold medal, Exposition Uni- 
verselle, Paris, 1889; medals (painting and 
etching), World's Columbian Exposition, Chi- 
cago, 1893; Temple gold medal, The Pennsyl- 
vania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1894; gold 
medal, Antwerp, 1895; grand prize (painting) 
and grand prix (etching), Exposition Univer- 
selle, Paris, 1900; gold medal (painting and 
etching), Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 
1901; Honorary Degree of Doctor of Litera- 
ture, Glasgow University, 1903. 

257. Gray and Silver: The Life Boat. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 

Collection. 
Gallery 28, Wall A. 

258. The Sad Sea: Dieppe. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 

Collection. 
Gallery 28, Wall A. 

259. Petite Mephiste. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 

Collection. 
Gallery 28, Wall A. 

260. The White House. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 

Collection. 
Gallery 28, Wall A. 

261. Wortley: Note in Green. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 

Collection. 
Gallery 28, Wall A. 

262. Venus Rising from the Sea. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 

Collection. 
Gallery 28, Wall A. 

263. Symphony in Blue and Pink. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 

Collection. 
Gallery 28, Wall B. 

264. Symphony in White and Red. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 

Collection. 
Gallery 28, Wall B. 

265. Variation in Blue and Green. " 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 

Collection. 
Gallery 28, Wall B, 



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Whistler, James McNeill (Continued). 

266. The White Symphony : Three Girls. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 

Collection. 
Gallery 28, Wall B. 

267. Venus. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 

Collection. 
Gallery 28, Wall B. 

268. Blue and Gold: the Rose Azalea. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 

Collection. 
Gallery 28, Wall C. 

269. Green and Silver: Beaulieu Terrace. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 

Collection. 
Gallery 28, Wall C. 

270. Portrait of Mrs. Whibley. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 

Collection. 
Gallery 28. Wall C. 

271. Grey and Silver: the Mersey. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 

Collection. 
Gallery 28, Wall C. 

272. Nude Figure and Cupid. 

Lent by National Gallery, Freer 

Collection. 
Gallery 28, Wall C. 

273. Nude Figure. 

Lent by J. Alden Weir, Esq. 
Gallery 28, Wall D. 
274. Study in Rose and Brown. 

Lent by The Hackley Gallery of 

Fine Arts. 
Gallery 28, Wall D. 

275. Green and Violet: Portrait of Mrs. 

E. Milicent Cobden. 

Lent by the Estate of Mrs. E. M. 

Cobden. 
Gallery 28, Wall D. 

276. Portrait: Mrs. Huth. 

Lent by Louis Huth, Esq. 
Gallery 28, Wall D. 

277. Falling Rocket: Nocturne: Black and 

Gold. 

Lent by Samuel Untermyer, Esq. 
Gallery 28, Wall D. 

278. Note Blanche: Whistler's Study of 

Jo. 

Lent by the Estate of Mrs. E. M. 

Cobden. 
Gallery 28, Wall D. 

279. The Daughter of the Concierge. 

Lent by Mrs. William A. Noyes. 

Gallery 28, Wall D. 
321. Girl with Parasol. 

Lent by Mrs. G. R. Halkett. 

Gallery 29, Wall D. 
323. The Opal Sea. 

Lent by the Estate of Mrs. E. M. 
C'obden. 

Gallery 29, Wall D. 



White, Edwin. 

Born in South Hadley, Mass., in 1817; died 
in Saratoga Springs, N. Y., 1877. Studied in 
Paris, Rome, Florence and Dusseldorf in 1850 
and 1869. Returned to New York in 1875. 

2728. The Sacred Lesson. 

Lent by Robert M. Olyphant, Esq. 
." . Gallery 59, Wall B. 



White, Orrin A. 

Born Hanover, 111., 1883. 

3166. Snow Blown Peaks. 

Gallery 67, Wall C. 

3167. Autumn in the Canyon. 

Gallery 67, Wall C, 



Whiteman, S. Edwin. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa. Studied with Bou- 
langer, Constant and Lefebyre in Paris. In- 
structor Johns Hopkins Univ. and Baltimore 
Charcoal Club Art School. Honor: Hon. 
men., Paris Salon. 

2158. Summer Breeze. 

Gallery 44, Wall A. 

Whitney, Beatrice. 

Born Chelsea, Mass., 1888. Studied: School 
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Mass. Honors: 
Tulia A. Shaw Memorial prize, 1914; NAD of 
N. Y. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



2271. 



Odalisque. 

Gallery 46, Wall A. 



Whittemore, William John. 

Born New York, 1860. Studied: New York 
with Wm. Hart; NAD and ASL with Beck- 
with; Lefebvre and Constant in Paris. Mem- 
ber: ANA 1897; AWCS; NYWCC (sec.); 
Am. S. Min. P. Honors: Silver medal for 
drawing, Paris Exp., 1889; bronze medal, At- 
lanta Exp., 1895; bronze medal, Charleston 
Exp., 1902. 

1795. Baby's Head. 

Gallery 40, Case 2. 

1799. In the Nursery. 

Gallery 40, Case 2. 

1800. Portrait of Father and Mother. 

Gallery 40, Case 2. 

Whittredge, Worthington. 

Born Springfield, O., 1820. Studied: An- 
dreas Achenbach. Honors: Bronze medal Cen- 
tennial Exp., Philadelphia, 1876; honorable 
mention, Paris Exp., 1889; silver medal, Pan- 
American Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, 
Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904. Member: NA 
1861 (pres. 1875 and 1876). 

2940. A Breezy Day. 

Lent by Lotos Club. 
Gallery 64, Wall A. 

Wickwire, Jere K. 

Born Cortland, N. Y., 1883. Studied: Art 
Students' League, Wm. M. Chase. 

4158. Portrait of My Mother. 
Gallery 118, Wall A. 
Wieczorek, Max. 

Born Breslau, Germany, 1863. Studied: 
Weimar, Karlsruhe in Germany. 
975. Mother and Child. 

Gallery 36, Wall B. 
077. Mrs. John P. Jones. 

Gallery 36, Wall B. 
979. Young Girl. 

Gallery 36, Wall B. 

Wiles, Irving Ramsey. 

Born Utica, N. Y., 1861. Studied with his 
father, L. M. Wiles; with Chase and Beckwith 
in New York; Carolus-Duran in Paris. Mem- 
ber: ANA 1889; NA 1897; SAA 1887; 
AWCS: Nat. Inst. A. L.; Port. P. Honors: 
Third Hallgarten prize, NAD 1886; Clarke 
prize, NAD 1889; hon. mention, Paris Exp., 
1889; medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; 
Evans prize, AWCS 1897; medal, Tennessee 
Centennial, Nashville, 1897; Shaw prize, SAA 
1900- bronze medal, Paris Exp., 1900; gold 
medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; first Cor- 



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Wiles, Irving Ramsey (Continued), 
coran prize, S. Wash. A. 1901; gold medal, 
Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904; silver medal, 
Appalachian Exp., Knoxville, 1910; gold medal, 
Buenos Aires Exp., 1910. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 



.1382. 



:::;*:;. 



Arnold W. Brunner,, Esq. 

Lent by the National Academy 
of Design. 

Gallery 70, Wall C. 
Madame Gerville-Reache as Carmen. 

Gallery 70, Wall C. 
J. Francis Murphy, Esq. 

Lent by the National Academy 
of Design. 

Gallery 70, Wall C. 



Williams, Alyn. 

Born Wrexham, N. Wales, 1866. Studied: 
Slade School, University of Sweden; Julian 
Academy, Paris. Honors: Founder and Pres- 
ident of the Royal Society of Miniature Paint- 
ers, England; Member of the Royal Society 
of British Artists; Associate of the R. C. A. 

1885. Tiger Lily. 

Gallery 40, Case 6. 
1840. The Cardinal. 

Gallery 40, Case 0. 
1843. Mrs. Nicholas Longworth. 

Gallery 40, Case G. 

Williams, George Alfred. 

Born Newark, N. J., 1875. Member: NSC. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1124. Moonlit Breaker. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 

1125. The Drama of Hell: Forest of Souls. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 
1127. The Witch. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 

1129. The Drama of Life: The Plague. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 

1130. Afternoon S'ea. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 
1132. The Idol. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 

1134. The Drama of Life: Daughters of 

Man. 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 

1135. Storm Cleared Sea, 

Gallery 37, Wall B. 

2570. The Drama of the Sea: The Break- 
ers. 

Gallery 55, Wall A. 
4130. Boom Island Light: Ogonquit. 

Gallery 117, Wall C. 

Williams, Isaac L. 

Born in Philadelphia, 1817; died there 1895. 
Studied with John Neagle, at PAFA and in 
Europe. 

2780. Portrait of John Neagle. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 60, Wall B. 

Williamson, Ada C. 

Born Camden, N. J., 1882. Studied: PAFA; 
Drexel Institute. Honor: Georgina Shillard 
gold medal. 

2134. Baby in a French Cap. 
Gallery 43, Wall C. 



Willson, Martha B. 

Born Providence, R. I., 1885. Studied: 
Boston; ASL of N. Y. ; Academic Julian in 
Paris; R. I. School of Design in Providence. 

1357. Girl's Profile. 

Gallery 37, Case 18. 
l.Tlffi. Tho Lace Cap. 

Gallery 37, Case 18. 

Wilson, Floyd. 

Born St. Peter, Minn., 1887. Studied: 
With Robert Koehler and Gustave Von Schleg- 
el, Minneapolis School of Fine Arts; Robert 
Henri Independent School, New York; Colo- 
rossi, Paris. 

4246. Chinatown : Portland. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 

Wolcott, Katherine. 

Born Chicago, 111., 1880. Studied: AIC; 
ASL of N. Y. ; Constant and Rodin in Paris. 
Member: Chicago SA. 

1821. On the Dunes. 

Gallery 40, Case 4. 

Wood, Kathryn Leone. 

Born Kalamazoo, Mich. Studied: Art In- 
stitute, Chicago. 
1804. Mother. 

Gallery 40, Case 3. 

Woodbury, Charles Herbert. 

Born Lynn, Mas?., 1864. Studied: Mass. 
Inst. of Technology in Boston; Julian Acad- 
emy in Paris under Boulanger and Lefebvre. 
Member: SAA 1899; ANA 1906, NA 1907; 
AWCS; Boston WCC (pres.); NYWCC. Hon- 
ors: Third prize, Boston AC; gold medal, 
Atlanta Exp., 1895; second prize, Tennessee 
Centennial, Nashville, 1897; two medals, Me- 
chanics' Fair, Boston; bronze medal, Paris 
Exp., 1900; bronze medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buf- 
falo, 1901; first prize, Worcester Museum, 
1903; silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 
1904; hon. mention, C. I. Pittsburgh, 1905; 
second prize, Worcester, 190'7; silver medal, 
Buenos Aires Exp., 1910; Evans prize, AWCS 
1911. 

Gold Medal for Oil Painting, Panama-Pacific 
International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

Medal of Honor for Water Color Painting, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

1098. Tropical Sea. 

Gallery 37, Wall A. 

1099. Monadnock. 

Gallery 37, Wall A. 

1100. The Tramp Steamer. 

Gallery 37, Wall A. 

1102. Evening. 

Gallery 37, Wall A. 

1103. Nutmeg Island. 

Gallerv 37, Wall A. 
3291. The Rainbow. 

Gallery 69, Wall A. 

4371. Cut at Empire. 

Gallery 119, Wall D. 

4372. Near Empire. 

Gallery 119, Wall D. 

4373. Culebra Cut. 

Gallery 119, Wall D. 

4378. Near Pedro Miguel. 

Gallery 119, Wall D. 

4379. The Great Slide. 

Gallery 119, Wall D. 

4380. Sea Wall: Panama. 

Gallery 119, Wall D. 
4397. The Bark. 

Gallery 120, Wall A. 



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Woodville, Richard Caton. 

Born 1825; died 1856. Educated at Dussel- 
dorf, Germany. Commander of the Order of 
Medjidie, and of Danielle Montenegro. Ex- 
hibited first picture at Royal Academy, 187V. 
Painted several large pictures in Windsor 
Castle for the Queen. Went through Egyp- 
tian War, 1882; Turkish War, 1878. 

2743. War News from Mexico. 

Lent by the National Academy of 

Design. 
Gallery 59, Wall C'. 

Woodward, Ellsworth. 

Born Bristol Co., Mass., 1861. Studied: R. 
I. School of Design in Providence; Carl Marr 
in Munich. Member: SWA; Union Inter, 
des Beaux-Arts et des Lettres. Honor: Gold 
medal, Art Association, of New Orleans. Di- 
rector of Art Education, Newcomb College, 
since 1890. 

4234. Felucca. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 
4290. Veere. 

Gallery 119, Wall B. 

Woodward, William. 

Born Seekonk, Mass., 1859. Studied: R. I. 
School of Design in Providence; Mass. Nor- 
mal Art School in Boston; Boulanger in Paris. 

2160. Old Cabildo: New Orleans. 
Gallery 44, Wall A. 

Woodwell, Joseph R. 

Born Pittsburgh, Pa.; died 1911. Honor: 
Bronze medal, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904. 

2936. Mist from the Sea. 

Gallery 64, Wall A. 

2938. Squam River. 

Gallery 64, Wall A. 

2939. Sand Dunes. 

Gallery 64, Wall A. 

Woolf, Samuel Johnson. 

Born New York, 1880'. Studied: ASL and 
NAD under Cox and Brush. Honors: Third 
Hallgarten prize, NAD I9u-4; medal, Appala- 
chian Exp., Knoxville, 1910. 

2488. The Underworld. 

Gallery 51, Wall C. 
4169. Brown the Wheats. 

Gallery 118, Wall B. 
4446. The News Stand. 

Gallery 120, Wall D. 



Wright, John. 

Born Harrogate, 
Antwerp Academy. 



England, 1857. Studied: 



4175. 



Sicilian Landscape. 

Gallery 118, Wall B. 



Wright, Joseph. 

Born in Bordentown, N. J., 1756; died in 
Philadelphia, 1793. His mother, Patience 
Lovell Wright, was famous as a modeler in 
wax. Studied in .London with West and John 
Hoppner. Returned to this country in 1782, 
and the next year painted a portrait of Wash- 
ington, from life, at Rocky Hill, N. J. He 
subsequently had other sittings from Washing- 
ton, and in 1790 obtained a profile likeness of 
him while in church, which he afterwards 
etched. He was appointed by Washington the 
first diesinker in the United States Mint. 



Wright, Joseph (Continued). 

2792. Joseph Wright and Family. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 60, Wall C. 

Wright, Louise Wood. 

Born Philadelphia, 1865. Studied: PAFA; 
Whistler and Julian Academy in Paris; F. \V. 
Jackson in England. Honors: Toppan prize, 
PAFA; bronze medal, Louisiana Purchase 
Exp., 1904. Member: Phila. WCC; NYWCC; 
AS Min. P. 

43t)5. In Dorsetshire. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 
4318. Corfe Castle: Dorset. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 

Wuerpel, Edmund H. 

Born St. Louis, 1866. Studied: St. Louis 
School of Fine Arts; Julian Academy and 
Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris under Bougue- 
reau, Robert-Fleury, Ferrier and Aman-Jean. 
Member: SWA (pres. 1909-1912). Honors: 
Bronze medal, Nashville Exp., 1897; silver 
medal, Missouri Building, Lewis and Clark 
Exp., Portland, Ore., 1905; hon. mention, 
Buenos Aires Exp., 1910. Director, St. Louis 
School of Fine Arts since 1909. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

2147. The Sheltered Bay. 

Gallery 43, Wall D. 

2148. Gathering Clouds. 

Gallery 43, Wall D. 

2149. An Evening Symphony. 

Gallery 43, Wall D. 

2150. The Call of Lingering Day. 

Gallery 43, Wall D. 

2151. Late Afternoon. 

Gallery 43, Wall D. 

2152. Harmony in Brown. 

Gallery 43, Wall D. 

Wyant, Alexander H. 

Born Defiance, Ohio, 1836. Died in New 
York, 1892. Went to Carlsruhe and studied 
under Hans Gude. Subsequently studied in 
London, returning to New York about 1865. 
Painted for many years in Keene Valley, Adir- 
ondack?, and later in Arkville, in the Catskill 
Mountains, where most of his best work was 
done. First exhibited in the National Acad- 
emy of New York, in 1865. Elected an Asso- 
ciate of the Academy in 1868, Academician, 
1869, and was one of the founders of the 
American Society of Painters in Water Colors. 

2541. The Windy Day. 

Lent by Louisville Free Public 

Library- 
Gallery 54, Wall C. 
" 2543. A Mountain Brook: Adirondacks. 

Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts 

Academy. 

Gallery 54, Wall C. 
2545. Afternoon near Arkville, N. Y. 

Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 
Gallery 54, Wall C. 

Wyeth, N. C. 

Born Needham, Mass., 1882. Studied: How- 
ard Pyle. Honor: Beck prize, Phila. WCC. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

57. Ebenezer Balfour (Kidnaped). 
Gallery 26, Wall C. 



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Wyeth, N. C. (Continued). 

58. Chinese Pirates. 

Gallery 26, Wall C. 

59. Old Pew (Treasure Island). 

Gallery 26, Wall C. 

64. Captain Bones Routs Black Dog 
(Treasure Island). 

Gallery 26, Wall C. 
67. The Picador. 

Gallery 26, Wall C. 
4214. Roaring Skipper. 

Gallery 139, Wall A. 

Wylie, Robert. 

Born on the Isle of Man, 1839; died in 
Pont Aven, Brittany, 1877. Studied PAFA. 
Curator of the same from 1859 to 1863; elect- 
ed Associate, 1862. Went to Paris 1865. Med- 
al of the second class, Paris Salon, 1872. 

2697. A Breton Home. 

Gallery 58, Wall C. 
2968. The Story Teller: Breton Interior. 

Gallery 64, Wall D. 

Yarrow, William H. K. 

Born Glenside, Pa., 1891. Studied: PAFA 
and Henry R. Rittenberg. Member: Soc. 
Inter, des Beaux-Arts et des Lettres. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2475. Still Life. 

Gallery 51, Wall B. 
3370. Jansen: Ex-Sea-Captain. 

Gallery 70, Wall A. 
3375. The Checkered Dress. 

Gallery 70, Wall B. 
4203. In the Orchard. 

Gallery 118, Wall D. 

Yates, Cullen. 

Born Bryan, O., 1866. Studied: NAD, 
Chase and Ochtman in New York; Ecole des 
Beaux-Arts, Colorossi and Julian Academies 
under Laurens and Constant in Paris. Mem- 
ber: ANA 1908; AWCS; NYWCC; NAC. 
Honors: Bronze medal, Louisiana Purchase 
Exp., 1904; Inness prize, Salma. C. 1907. 

2376. November Snow. 

Gallery 48, Wall D. 

2377. Spring. 

Gallery 48, Wall D. 
3588. Old Farm: November. 
Gallery 74, Wall A. 

Young, Arthur. 

Born Stephenson Co., 111., 1866. Studied: 
Julian Academy and Bouguereau in Paris. 
Member: SI 190.9. 

14. This World of Creepers. 
Gallery 26, Wall A. 

947. Mother Jones. 

Gallery 36, Case 2. 

948. Pit and Dome. 

Gallery 36, Case 2. 
1076. Senatorial Courtesy. 

Gallery 36, Case 10. 
1078. The Unemployed. 

Gallery 36, Case 10. 
1080. The Supreme Court Obstructs Traffic. 

Gallery 36, Case 10. 
1090. Extinct. 

Gallery 36, Case 12. 



Young, Arthur ( Continued ) . 
1092. Love One Another. 

Gallery 36, Case 12. 
1094. The Game. 

Gallery 36, Case 12. 

Young, Charles Morris. 

Born Gettysburg, Pa., 1869. Studied: 
PAFA; Colorossi Academy in Paris. Member: 
Phila. WCC. Honors: Toppan prize, PAFA; 
hon. mention, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; 
silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904; 

fold medal, AC Phila. 190'8; hon. mention, C. 
. Pittsburgh, 1910; silver medal, Buenos Aires 
Exp., 1910'. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

2215. My House in Winter. 

Gallery 45, Wall B. 

2216. Winter Afternoon. 

Gallery 45, Wall B. 

2217. The Red Mill. 

Gallery 45, Wall B. 
2221. Winter Landscape with Crows. 
Gallery 45, Wall B. 

2223. Farm House in Winter. 

Gallery 45, Wall B. 

2224. The Gray Mill. 

Gallery 45, Wall B. 

Young, Mattie. 

Born Hillier, Ontario, Canada, 1876. 
Studied : San Francisco. 

1801. Sister. 

Gallery 40, Case 3. 

Zimmerman, M. W. 

Born Philadelphia, 1861. Studied: Phila- 
delphia; Julian Academy in Paris. Member: 
Phil. WCC. 

939. The Chalet at Night. 

Gallery 36, Wall A. 
1031. Across the Lake. 

Gallery 36, Wall C. 
4382. Across the Valley. 

Gallery 119, Wall D. 

Zorach, Marguerite. 

Born Santa Rosa, Cal., 1887. Studied: 
Paris Art Schools four years. 

1024. Spring. 

Gallery 36, Wall C. 

1025. The Earth. 

Gallery 36, Wall C. 

1035. The Waterfall. 

Gallery 36, Wall C. 

1036. Legend. 

Gallery 36, Wall C. 

Zorach, William. 

Born Euberick, Kovna, Russia, 1886. 
Studied: NAD of N.. Y.; ASL of N. Y.; two 
years in Paris Academies. 

4336. The Country Valley. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 
4339. Flowers. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 
4341. The Wood Cutters. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 
4347. Woods in Autumn. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 



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Addams, Clifford. 

Born Philadelphia, 1876. Studied: Henry 
Wood, Drexel Institute; Composition under 
Thomas P. Anshutz and Henry V. Thouron 
and the PAFA; Academic Carmen under 
Whistler. Honors: Traveling scholarship, 
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1899. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

735. Admiral's House, Amsterdam. 

Gallery 33, Wall C. 

736. City Hall, Philadelphia. 

Gallery 33, Wall C. 

737. Land Ho. 

Gallery 33, Wall C. 
740. Home for Decayed Fishermen. 
Gallery 33,' Wall C. 

742. Porta della Carta. 

Gallery 33, Wall C. 

743. The Harbor, Dordrecht. 

Gallery 33, Wall C. 

6001. River Scene, Blackfriars. 

6002. A Venetian Schooner. 

6003. The Dressmaker's Balcony, Venice. 

6004. Obscure Turning, Venice.' 

6005. The Rialto, Venice. 

6006. Harbor Scene, Venice. 

6007. Venice. 

6008. Garden Entrance, Venice. 

6009. Westminster. 

6010. After a Wedding, Grand Canal, 

Venice. 

6011. The Emigrants Entrance, Philadel- 

phia. 

6012. New York Harbor. 

6013. The Print Shop of Keppel, N. Y. 

6014. Dordrecht Cathedral. 

6015. Antioue Shop, Venice. 

6016. The Thames. 

6017. Soho. 

6018. Ham stead. 

6019. Demolition. 

6020. Tower of London. 

6021. A Soho Alley. 

6022. Limehouse. 

6023. Hoboken. 

6024. Dordrecht Gateway. 

6025. Tramway Accident. 

6026. By the Dam, Philadelphia. 

6027. Coliseum, St. Martin's Lane. 

6028. Old Race Street Shop 

6029. Waterloo Place. 

6030. Stable Yard, Philadelphia. 

6031. Finchley. 

6032. Lincoln's Inn Fields. 

6033. Alexandra Day in Seething Lane. 

6034. Decoy Farm. 

6035. By the Docks, Brooklyn. 

6036. New York Herald Building. 

6037. The High Stoop. 

6038. El Rastro, Madrid. 

6039. Hampstead Garden Suburb. 

6040. Margate. 

Aid, George Charles. 

Born Quincy, 111. Studied: St. Louis 
School of Fine Arts; Acad. Julian, Paris, with 
Constant, Laurens, L. Simon and C. Cottet. 
Mem. S. W. A., Membre Correspondent Soc. 
des Peintres et Grayures, Francais. Honors: 
Men. Hon. Soc. Artistes Francais salon; silver 
medal St. Louis Universal Exposition. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



Aid, George Charles (Continued). 
563. Port d'Honfleur. 

Gallery 32, Wall B. 
5(14. Notre Dame de Mechelin. 

Gallery 32, Wall B. 
565. Isolabona. 

Gallery 32, Wall B. 
568. Les Deux' Ponts, San Remo. 

Gallery 32, Wall B. 

574. Pont Neuf. 

Gallery 32, Wall B. 

575. Les Balcons, Isolabona. 

Gallery 32, Wall B. 

6042. Cathedral Saint Cecile, Albi. 

6043. Pergola t a, 

6044. Dans la Vallee de 1'Eure. 

6045. Rue de Neubourg, Louviers. 

6046. Twilight. 

6047. Rue de 1'Eveche, Beauvais. 

6048. Italian Gates. 

6049. La Vielle Maison, Louviers. 

6050. La Seine a Puteaux. 

6051. Coin du Marche, Louviers. 

6052. Jardin de Mine. Lescaute. 

6053. St. Nicholas du Chardonnet. 

6054. La Conciergerie, Paris. 

6055. Pont Marie, Paris. 

6056. Piazza Parrochiale, Dolceaqua. 

6057. Hotel de Cluny. Paris. 



Allen, James. 

Born Farmington, Conn., 1755; died 1825. 
Studied: probably with Kensett, of Cheshire, 
Conn. Served in Revolution. 

6058. Bonaparte (Engraved in 1792). 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 



Almquist, Olof. 

Born Hjersos, Sweden, 1868. Studied: Chi- 
cago, 111., Art School; Brooklyn Art School, 
New York. Honor: Second Prize, Chicago 
Art School. 

6059. Woodrow Wilson. 

6060. Joseph Jefferson. 

6061. Miss Effy Elsey. 



Anderson, Alexander. 

Born 1775; died 1870'. Founder of 
American School of Wood Engraving. 



the 



6062. Self-portrait. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

6063. John Carroll. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

6064. Portrait of Washington. 

Lent by H. C. Levis, Esq. 

6065. Hunting Scene, after Ridinger. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 



Armington, Caroline Helena. 

Born Bramton, Ontario, 1875. Studied: 
Toronto with J. W. L. Forster; Acad. Julian, 
Paris, with F. Schommer, Henri Royer and 
Paul Gervais. Member Soc. de la Gravure 
Originale en Noir, Paris. Honor: Silver 
medal, Soc. des Amis des Arts, Versailles. 

552. St. Sulpice, Paris. 

Gallery 32, Wall A. 



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199 



Armington, Caroline Helena (Continued). 

554. Notre Dame de Paris. 

Gallery 32, Wall A. 
Quai des Orfevres, Paris. 
Pont Neuf et le Louvre. 
An Old Court, Venice. 
Old Door, Venice. 
Notre Dame pris de St. Julien le 

Pauvre, Paris. 
Ponte dei Sospiri, Venice. 
Porte d' Entree, Cluny, Paris. 
Les Thernies, Cluny, Paris. 



GOGG. 
0007. 
0008. 
0009. 
0070. 

(5071. 

0072. 

0073. 

0074. Court du Dragon, Paris. 

(5075. 

0070. 

0077. 

0078. 

0079. 

(5080. 

(5081. 

0082. 

008:;. 



Une Boutique, Constantine. 

St. Gervais, Paris. 

Une Ruelle, Coustantine. 

Un Passage, Constantine. 

Rue de 1'Arc, Constantine. 

He de la Cite, Paris. 

Thames and S't. Paul's, London. 

Pont Sainte Marie, Paris. 

No. 8 Rue de 1'Arc, Constantine. 

0084. La Rue de 1'Echelle, Constantine. 

0085. Tourelle Principale, Cluny, Paris. 
0080. Hotel de Sens, Paris. 



Armington, Frank M. 

Born Fordwich, Ontario, 1876. Studied: 
Toronto; Acad. Julian, Paris, with Laurens 
and Henri Royer. Member Royal Soc. of 
Painter-Etchers, London; Soc. des Amis de 
1'Eau Forte, Paris; Soc. de la Gravure en 
iioir, Paris; Soc. de la Gravure originale en 
couleur, Paris. Honor: Hon. Men. Salon 
Artistes Francais, Paris, 190<8. 

557. Portal am Rathaushof, Rothenburg. 

Gallery 32, Wall A. 
559. Henkersteg, Nurnberg. 

Gallery 32, Wall A. 
501. Boulevard des Capucines, Paris. 

Gallery 32, Wall A. 
0087. Pont du Carrousel, Paris. 
OQ88. Meditation. 

0089. Marie. 

(5090. Konigstrasse, Nurnberg. 

(5091. Type Oriental. 

0092. Pont Neuf, Paris. 

0093. Jardin des Tuileries. 

0094. Tour Eiffel, Paris. 

0095. Entree de Fondouk, Biskra. 

0090. Vue Prise d'une mine a Carthage. 
0097. Pietro. 

(5098. Campement Saharien. 

0099. Bedouin. 

0100. Route de Sidi-Okba, Biskra. 

0101. Jean. 

0102. Jeanne. 

0103. The Black Sash. 
(5104. Notre Dame de Paris. 
0105. Tower Bridge, London. 
(5100. Bourrelier au Marais, Paris. 
0107. AH. 



Bacher, Otto. 

Born Cleveland, Ohio, 1856. Died Bronx- 
ville, 190-9. Studied with Duveneck, Carolus- 
Duran, Boulanger and Lefebvre. Member of 
the Society of Illustrators, Painter-Etchers of 
London, Associate National Academy of De- 
sign. Silver Medal, St. Louis, 1904. 

383. Rainy Day in Venice. 

Lent by A. S. Macdonald, Esq. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 
385. Chioggia. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 
392. Casa d'Oro. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 
397. Three Ships. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 



Bacher, Otto (Continued). 

400. Entrance, Grand Canal. 

Lent by Frederick Keppel & Co., 

New York. 
Gallery 30, Wall B. 
411. The Lido, Venice. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 
414. Fondamenta di Tolentini. 
Gallery 30, Wall B. 

0108. The Canal. 

0109. San Vio. 

0110. Lustheim. 

0111. Lavanderia. 

0112. Ponte del Pistor. 

0113. Lace Makers. 

0114. Schleissheim, Tree in Royal Garden. 

0115. A Corner of St. Mark's. 
0110. Net Makers, Chioggia. 

0117. Old Market, Florence. 

Lent by Mrs. Otto H. Bacher. 

Barone. Antonio. 

Born Valle D'olmo, Sicily, 1889. Studied 
with Miss Ida C. Taylor; La Roy, N. Y.; 
F. V. Dumond; F. Louis Mora; Geo. Bridge- 
man ; Wm. M. Chase, Art Students League, 
New York. Honors: Scholarships and prizes 
every year in painting, drawing and etching 
at the Art League, New York, for four years. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

750. "Bobs." 

Gallery 33', Wall C. 
753. The Musicians. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 

0118. The Brook. 

0119. La Dance au Crepuscule. 

0120. The Spanish Necklace. 

0121. Doves and Tenements. 
(5122. Between the Tenements. 

0123. The Little Shop. 

0124. Cornelia. 

0125. The Fish Vendor. 
0120. Boy Writing. 

(5127. Greeley Square, New York. 

0128. Roberto. 

0129. The Little Mother. 

0130. Still Life. 

0131. La Petite Grecque. 

Baumann, Gustave. 

Born in Magdeburg, Germany, 1881. 
Studied: Art Institute, Chicago; Munich, 
(iermany. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

840. Town of Nashville. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

841. In the Hills of Brown. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

842. Mathis Alley. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

843. Courthouse Yard. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

844. The Door Yards. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

897. Washington Barnes' Cabin. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 
904. Peach and Plum Bloom. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 
911. Harden Hollow. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

Bernstrom, Victor. 

Born Stockholm, Sweden, 1845. Studied: 
Royal Academy and Publishing House, Stock- 
holm, Sweden. Honors: Medal of the first 
class, World's Columbian Exposition; Silver 
Medal, Pan-Am. Exposition; Silver Medal, 
Louisiana Purchase Exposition. 



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Bernstrom, Victor (Continued). 
349. The River Store. 

Gallery 30, Wall A. 
358. Pirates' Haven. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 

6132. The Mujik. 

6133. The Mystery of Life. 

6134. Jacking for Eels. 

6135. Limbering Up. 

6136. Philip II of Spain. 

6137. The Dead Matador. 

6138. Shepherdess. 

6139. Trapped at Last. 

Bloodgood, Robert Fanshawe. 

Born New York, N. Y. Studied NAD and 
ASL of N. Y.; Paris. Member: N. Y. Etch- 
ing Co. 

6140. Two's Company. 

6141. HarK. 

6142. Hard Times. 

6143. The End of an Outlaw. 

6144. The Early Bird. 

6145. Fairy Godmother. 

6146. Blown Out to Sea. 

6147. The Merry Winter Crow. 

6148. Jealousv. 

6149. Arctic Traveler. 



Blum, Eobert F. 

Born Cincinnati, 1857; died, 1903. At the 
age of sixteen he entered a lithographic es- 
tablishment, but soon came to New York and 
gave a number of years to illustrative work. 
From 1880 to 1889 he made several trips 
abroad. In 1890 he went to Japan, commis- 
sioned by the Scribners to work conjointly 
with Sir Edwin Arnold. In the meantime his 
paintings had brought recognition and he was 
awarded bronze, silver and gold medals. The 
"Bead Stringers," a Venetian subject, occa- 
sioned his election as associate member of 
the Academy of Design, and "The Ameya" 
brought him into full membership. Upon his 
return from Japan in the fall of 1892, after 
writing and illustrating articles on Japan, and 
completing several easel pictures, Mr. Blum 
made an entirely new departure, taking up 
mural decoration. 

402. The Witch. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 
413. Profile. 

Lent by William J. Baer, Esq. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 



Bobbett, Alfred. 

A wood engraver who worked 1847-52. One 
of the men who made cuts for the "American 
Drawing Book." 

6150. The Cure (after Darley). 

Lent by Mrs. F. O. C. Darley. 

Borg, Carl Oscar. 

Born Grin?tad, Sweden, 1879. Honors: 
Hon. Men. Vichy, 1913; Silver Medal, Ver- 
sailles, 1914. 

566. Villa dei Quintilli (Campagna Ro- 
inana). 

Gallery 32, Wall B. 
573. II Castello. 

Gallery 32, Wall B. 
63'4. San Pietro di Palestrina. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 
635. Landscape. 

Gallery 32, Wall D, 

6151. Venetian Canal. 



Breyfogle, John Winstanley. 

Born Louisville, Ky., 1874. Studied: PFA, 
under Chase and Anshutz. 

831. The Rain. 



Bridport, Hugh. 

Born London, 1794. Came to Philadelphia 
in 1816. Studied with C. Wilkins, a minia- 
ture painter of London. He had a drawing 
Academy in Philadelphia in 1817, where he 
painted portraits and miniatures, and drew 
a number of portraits on stone for early Phil- 
adelphia Lithographers. 

6152. John Vaughan (after Thomas Sully). 
Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq.. 



Brown, Benjamin C. 

Studied: St. Louis Art School; Julian Acad- 
emy in Paris. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

650. Cliff, Golden Gate 

Gallery 33, Wall A. 
652. Venetian Bridge. 

Gallery 33, Wall A. 
657. In Old San Juan. 

Gallery 33, Wall A. 

822. Santa Maria della Salute, Venice. 

Gallery 34, Wall A. 

823. Russian River, California. 

Gallery 34, Wall A. 

824. Rainy Day, San Francisco. 

Gallery 34, Wall A. 

6153. Hay Wharf, San Francisco. 

6154. A Bridge of Venice. 

6155. Old Bridge at Bruges. 

Brown, Ho well C. 

Born Little Rock, Arkansas, 1880. Mem- 
ber: California Society of Etchers. 

596. Eucalyptus Trees. 

Gallery 32, Wall C. 

6156. Summer Afternoon, Laguna Beach. 

6157. The Sign Board, Chinatown, San 

Francisco. 



Brown, M. E. D. 

Early American lithographer. 

440. Stephen Girard (after Bass Otis). 

Gallery 30, Wall D. 

6158. Reading the Scriptures (after B. B. 
Hayden). 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 



Burr, George Elbert. 

Born near Cleveland, O. Made illustrations 
for catalogue of Heber Bishop Collection of 
Jades at Metropolitan Museum. Studied in 
France, Italy and England. Member: Cal. 
Soc. of E. 

664. The Willows. 

Gallery 33, Wall A. 
669. The Fairy Glen. 

Gallery 33, Wall A. 

6159. Venetian Fishing Boats. 

6160. Evening, Lake Geneva. 

6161. Pinon Trees and Spanish Peaks. 

6162. Long's Peak from Denver. 



6163. 
6164. 



Pike's Peak. 
Arizona Clouds. 



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201 



Burr, George Elbert (Continued). 

6105. Spanish Peaks, Morning. 

6166. Rheinstein Castle. 

6167. Evening, North Wales. 

6168. Village of Gandria, Lake Lugano. 

6169. North Boulder Creek, Colorado. 
(J17O. Evening, Lake Geneva. 

6171. Old Cedar and Pike's Peak. 

6172. High Street, Oxford. 

6173. Warwick Castle, Night. 

6174. Moll Liabod, North Wales. 

6175. Valley of the Lledr, North Wales. 

6176. Oaks in Winter. 

6177. Winter. 

6178. On the Little Colorado, Arizona. 



Burt, Charles. 

Born Edinburgh, Scotland, 1823. Died in 
Brooklyn, 1892. Came to New .York in 1836. 
He engraved and etched a large number of 
plates for portraits and book illustrations. For 
some years he was one of the chief engravers 
of bank notes for the Treasury Department 
at Washington, D. C. 

456. Henry W. Longfellow. 

Lent by Frederick Keppel & Co., 
New York. 

Gallery 30, Wall D. 

Calewaert, Louis H. 

Born Detroit, 1894. Studied School of Fine 
Arts, Detroit, with J. P. Wicker. Mem. Cal. 
Soc. of E. 

697. Old Houses in Detroit. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 
700. Madam Braun. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 
703. The Blower. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

6179. Ma Grandmere. 

6180. My First Plate. 

6181. William Fanning. 
0182. The Canal. 
6183. Youth Drawing. 
<>184. Portrait of J. R. 

6185. Sketch of the Etcher. 

6186. Ma Grandmere Endormi. 

6187. Luminaris. 

6188. North Peoria Street. 

6189. On the Detroit River. 

Carr, Michael Carmichael. 

Born San Francisco, 1881. Studied: Slade 
School Fine Arts, London University. Honor: 
Slade Scholarship. 

6190. Calvi, Corsica. 

6191. Lobster Baskets, Corsica. 

6192. Nonza, Corsica. 

6193. Bread Carrier, Ajaccio, Corsica. 

Chadwick, Charles W. 

Bom Red-Hook-on-Hudson, N. Y., 1861. 
Studied with Frederick Juengling, William 
Miller and Frank French. Honors: Bronze 
Medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; 
Bronze Medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; 
Bronze Medal, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904. 

Silver Medal, Panama- Pact fie International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

345. Needlework (after Townsend). 

Gallery 30, Wall A. 
348. The Culprit (after Belcher). 

Gallery 30, Wall A. 

6194. Illustration (after Brown). 

6195. Bereavement (after Adan). 

6196. Sent to Bed (after Belcher.) 

6197. Portrait. 



Chadwick, Emma. 

Born Stockholm, Sweden, 1863. Studied 
Julian's, Paris. 

749. Pont Neuf. 

Gallery 33, Wall C. 
805. Landscape. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 

6198. Study of Trees. 

6199. Pont Neuf, No. 2. 

Chandler, George Walter. 

Born Milwaukee, Wis. Began his artistic 
career as journalist illustrator. Studied, Ju- 
lian Academy. Honors: Hon. Men. at Salon, 
1908. 

766. Impasse du Lion, Algiers. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 
769. The Minarettes, Benares. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 
772. Bab El Tunis. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 
775. Ponte Vecchio, Florence. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 

6200. Via Riccabone, San Remo. 

6201. La Rue Kleber, Algiers. 

6202. Souk El Djemma. 

6203. A Farmyard in Auvergne. 

6204. Via Monte, San Remo. 

6205. Via Vecchia, Perugia. 

6206. Rue des Teinturiers. 

6207. Rue Abd El Kader. 

6208. Westminster Abbey (The Choir). 

6209. Ponte Vecchio, Florence. 

Cheney, John. 

Born South Manchester, Conn., 1801; died 
there 1885. He engraved small heads and 
book illustrations. In 1833 went to Europe 
to study art, supporting himself by engraving 
for American publishers. 

6210. Beatrice. 

Lent by Louis Katz, Esq. 

6211. Francis Anne Kemble (after Thomas 

Sully). 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

Closson, William Baxter. 

Born Thetford, Vt., 1848. Studied: Lowell 
Inst. in Boston; traveled in Europe. Member: 
Union Internationale des Beaux-Arts et des 
Lettres. Honors for wood engraving; Gold, 
silver and bronze medals, Mass. Charitable 
Mechanics Assoc. ; third class medal, Paris 
Salon, 1882; silver medal, Paris Exp. 1889; 
medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; di- 
ploma, Graphic Arts Exp., Vienna; silver 
medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; Louisiana 
Purchase Exp., 1904. 

355. The Christ (sifter Da Vinci). 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 

356. Winifred Dysart (after Fuller). 

Gallery '33, Wall D. 
363. Ideal Head (after Fuller). 
Gallery 33, Wall D. 

6212. The Turkey Pasture (after Fuller). 

6213. Psyche. 

6214. Flora (after Titian). 

6215. Portrait of Thiers. 

6216. Madonna Granducca (after Raphael). 

6217. Paola and Francesca (after Watts). 

6218. Immaculate Conception (after Mu- 

rillo). 

6219. Flowers (after Bonvin). 
622<>. Haunt of the Song Sparrow. 

6221. Ralph W. Emerson (after Rowse). 

6222. Dr. O. W. Holmes. 

6223. Charles and Mary (after Van Dyck). 



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Cole, Timothy. 

Born London, England, 1852; brought to 
United States in 1857; settled in Chicago. 
Studied with Bond and Chandler in Chicago. 
Member: ANA 1906, NA 1908; Nat. lust. 
AL; Society of Painters, Sculptors and 
Gravers, London (lion.); Guild of Craftsmen, 
London (hon.). Honors: Gold Medal and di- 
ploma, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; gold 
medal, Paris Exp., 1900; gold medal, Pan- 



Lou i si - 



Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; grand prize, 
ana Purchase Exp., 1904. 

465. Portrait (after Velasquez). 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 

46G. Portrait of Princess Vitelli (after 
Francia). 

Gallery 3O, Wall D. 

467. Holy Family (after Rembrandt). 

Gallery 30, Wall D. 

468. Portrait of a Spanish Lady (after 

Fortuny). 

Gallery 30, Wall D. 

460. Portrait of Lady Skipwith (after 
Reynolds). 

Gallery 3O, Wall D. 

470. Saint Elizabeth (after Zurbaran). 

Gallery 30, Wall D. 

471. The Bathers (after Corot). 

Gallery 30, Wall D. 

472. La Materinite (after Carriere). 

Gallery. 30, Wall D. 

473. Portrait of a Man (after Velasquez). 

Gallery 3O, Wall D. 

474. Mother (after Millet). 

Gallery 3O, Wall D. 

475. Madame Mercier (after Greuze). 

Gallery 30, Wall D. 

476. Philip IV. (after Velasquez). 

Gallery 30, Wall D. 

477. Portrait of g'nyder's Wife (after 

Van Dyck). 

Gallery 3O, Wall D. 

478. Nature (after Romney). 

Gallery 30, Wall D. 

479. Mona Lisa (after Da Vinci). 

Gallery 3O, Wall D. 

6224. The Broken Mirror (after Greuze). 

6225. Portrait of Mrs. Glenowen and Child 

(after Raeburn). 

6226. Repose in Egypt (after Knaus). 

6227. The Cavalier (after Hals). 

Colman, Samuel. 

An early American etcher who is represent- 
ed in the books of collections of Etchings 
published during the years 1884 to 1889. 

6228. Windmill. 

Lent by Ingraham Hughes, Esq. 

Colwell, Elizabeth. 

Born in Michigan, 1881. Studied with Van- 
derpoel and Ollson-Nordfeldt in Chicago. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

806. The Four Willows by the Stream. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 
846. The Lake in Winter. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 
913. The Sea from Penobscot Lighthouse. 

Gallery 34, Wall D. 

6229. The Pond in the Park. 

6230. The Pig Sty. 

6231. Kellar's Orchard. 

6232. Head of an Old Man. 
0233 An Old Man Reading. 

6234. The Birch Tree. 

6235. The Great Pine. 

6236. The Willow. 

6237. The Bridge. 

6238. Old Willows. 

6239. Peach Blossoms. 



Congdon, Adairene Vose. 

Born New York. Studied: ASL of N. Y. ; 
Frank Brangwyn, London; Lhermitte and Col- 
lin in Paris. 

610. Place Saint Genevieve. 

Gallery 32, Wall O. 
612. Montreuil sur Mer. 

Gallery 32, Wall C. 

6240. Montreuil sur Mer (color). 

6241. Place Saint Genevieve (color). 

Congdon, Thomas R. 

Born Add-on, N. Y. Studied: ASL and 
with Chase in New York; Constant and Collin 
in Paris. Honor: Hon. Men., Paris AAA, 
190^2. 

611. Saint Etienne du Mont. 

Gallery 32, Wall C. 

631. Le Palais du Luxembourg. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 

632. Bridge of Sighs. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 

633. Fountain of the Luxembourg. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 
906. Pont Neuf (color). 

Gallery 34, Wall D. 

6242. An Old English Gateway. 

6243. Factories on the Thames. 

6244. Le Palais du Luxembourg (color). 

6245. Along the Embankment. 

6246. Pont Neuf. 

6247. Browning's Home, Grand Canal. 

6248. An Old English Court. 

6249. Fountain of the Luxembourg (color). 

6250. Saint Jean du Doight, Finisterre. 

Coover, Nell. 

Born Wooster, Ohio. Studied: Paris, 
France. 

606. Waiting. 

Gallery 32, Wall C. 

810. Sleeping Infant. 

Gallery 34, Wall A. 

811. Jealousy. 

Gallery 34, Wall A. 

812. Petit Enfant, 

Gallery 34, Wall A. 
0251. Laurette. 

6252. Child Bathing. 

6253. Le Ballon Rouge. 

6254. Au Guignol. 

Cotton, John Wesley. 

Born Ontario, Canada, 1869. Studied: 
AIC; ASL of Toronto, Canada. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

536. Pollard Willows. 

Gallery 32, Wall A. 

541. Belgian Farm. 

Gallery 32, Wall A. 

542. In the Beguinage, Bruges. 

Gallery 34, Wall A. 

893. A Cornish Lugger. 

Gallery 34, Wall D. 

894. Pont St. Boniface, Bruges. 

Gallery 34, Wall D. 
903. Belfry of Bruges. 

Gallery 34, Wall D. 

6255. Place de la Digue, Bruges. 

6256. Qua du Rosarie, Bruges. 

6257. The Hilltop. 

6258. In Epping Forest, 

6259. Twelfth Century Houses, Chester, 

England. 
(5260. Porthwidden Cove, Cornwall. 

6261. Han-stead Heath. 

6262. St. Ives' Harbor. 

6263*. The Firs, Hamstead H^ath. 
6264. Beeches, Epping Forest, England. 



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Cotton, John Wesley (Continued). 

The Firs, Hamstead Heath (in 

OrS ) . 

Blossom Time. 
Old Flemish Mill. 
Out of the Fog. 
Old Bridge, Bruges. 



6266. 
6267. 
6268. 
6269. 



Covey, Arthur S. 

Born Bloomington, 111., 1877. Studied: Art 
Institute, Chicago; Royal Academy, Munich, 
Frank Brangwyn. Honors: 2d Prize, Salma- 
gundi Exhibition, 1910; 1st Prize, Salmagundi 
Exhibition, 1911; 3rd Prize, Salmagundi Ex- 
hibition, 1912. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915 

774. Steel Workers, No. 1. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 

777. The Great Wheel, South Troy, N. Y. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 

778. Harbour Cove, Gloucester. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 

6270. The Singing Man. 

6271. The Call. 

6272. Steel Workers. No. 2. 

6273. The Hammer Shop. 

6274. Victoria Station, London. 
(5275. The White Mill. 

6276. The Coppersmith. 



Dahlgreen, Charles W. 

Born Chicago, 1864. Studied: AIC. Mem- 
ber: ASL of Chicago; Union Internationale 
des Beaux-Arts et des Lettres. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

G47. The River. 

Gallery 33, Wall A. 

651. The Willows. 

Gallery 33, Wall A. 

654. Approaching Storm. 

Gallery 33, Wall A. 

780. Falkenburg, Germany. 

Gallery 33, Wall" D. 

6277. Shower on the Marshes. 

6278. A Day in Tone. 

6279. Fantasie. 

6280. In Mood. 

6281. The Light House. 

6282. Mist at Sea. 

6283. Birch Tree. 

6284. Winter Shadows. 

6285. The Edge of the Timber Line. 

6286. Sunshine and Poetry. 

6287. Christmas. 

6288. Florida Forest Fire. 

6289. The Lowlands. 

6290. After a Spring Rain. 

6291. Evening on the Marshes, No. 1. 

6292. Evening on the Marshes, No. 2. 

6293. Evening Clouds. 

6294. Early Spring, Giverny. 

6295. Awakening of Spring. 

6296. On the Road to Holland. 

6297. Reflections. 

6298. Moorlands of Germany. 

6299. A Poem. 

6300. Cyclone Cloud. 

6301. On a Country Road. 

6302. Heatherlands. 

6303. Thanksgiving. 



Davis. John Parker. 

Born Meredith Bridge, N. H., 1832. 

Honors: Silver Medal, Paris Exp., 1889; 

Member Jury of Awards, Columbian Exp., 



Davis, John Parker (Continued). 
Chicago, 1893; silver medal, Pan- Am. Exp., 
Buffalo, 190'1. Member: Soc. American 
Wood Engravers. 

6304. The Tile Club at Easthampton (after 

Abbey). 

6305. Mine. Deshoulieres (after Mignard). 

6306. Robert Harley, Earl of Oxford (after 

Kneller). 

(K307. The Divine Tragedy, Mary Magda- 
lene (after Dielman). 

6308. The Skeleton in Armor (after Ab- 
bey). 

Lent by George H. Whittle, Esq. 



Dawkins, Henry. 

Early engraver in the American Colonies. 
He was located in New York as early as 1754 
and engraved book-plates, billheads, map orna- 
mentation in Philadelphia. 

6309. Benjamin Lay (after W. Williams). 
Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 



Dawson-Watson. 

Born London, England, 1865. Studied with 
Mark Fisher in London; Carolus Duran, Chart- 
ran and Collin in Paris. Member: SWA. 

453. The Night Fisherman. 

Gallery 30, Wall D. 

455. The Man with the Silver Tocque 
(after Rembrandt). 
Gallery 30, Wall D. 

6310. Peter Van Brugh Livingston (after 

Raeburn). 

6311. Dr. Horace Bushnell (after Rowse). 

6312. George and Martha Washington 

(after Sharpies). 



De Cordoba, Mathilde. 

Born New York City, 1875. Studied: ASL, 
New York; Julius RolFhoven, Aman-Jean and 
Wallner in Paris. Member: Society of 
(Jravers-Printers of London, Societe de Gra- 
vures en Couleurs, Paris, Societe Internation- 
ale des Artists, Paris, New York Society of 
Etchers. 

551. Ma Mere. 

Gallery 32, Wall A. 
553. Charles Courtenay Hoge. 

Gallery 32, Wall A. 
876. Gilbert Simon. 

Gallery 34, Wall C. 

887. Child with a Bottle. 

Gallery 34, Wall C. 

888. Jacqueline. 

Gallery 34, Wall C. 
890. Boy Blue. 

Gallery 34, Wall C. 

6313. Kate Prentice. 

6314. Hubert Phipps. 

6315. The Ballet Dress. 

6316. Halla Brown. 

6317. Child with Japanese Lantern. 
(5318. Helen Buchanan. 

6319. Sir John Simon. 

6320. Enfant aux Raisin. 

6321. The Good Fairy. 

6322. Child Standing. 

6323. Camilla Brown. 

6324. Her First Portrait. 

6325. Toby, S'on of Lord Hilton. 

6326. John Burroughs. 

De Witt, Gerard. 

6327. The Arch. 



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Dillaye, Blanche. 

Born Syracuse, N. Y. Studied: PAFA; 
etching under Stephen Parrish; Garrido in 
Europe. Member: NYWCC; Philadelphia. 
WCC. Honors: Silver medal for etching, 
Atlanta Exp.,. 1895; silver medal, AAS 1902; 
silver medal for etchings, international Exp. 
at Lorient, France, 1903. 

432. On Little Egg Harbor Bay. 

Gallery 30, Wall C. 

433. A Bird's Eye View of Anisquam. 

6328. A Country Road. 

6329. A Mob of Houses. 

6330. An Old Street, Quebec. 

6331. A Dutch Waterway. 

0332. Leaning Houses, Dordrecht. 

6333. The Last Cargo. 

6334. A Narrow Way. 

6335. Fishing Wiers, Bay of Fundy. 

6336. Marsh at Ocean City. 

6337. On the Road to Wanapashemet. 

6338. An Upland Path. 

6339. A French Roadside. 

6340. Mist on the Cornish Coast. 



Dow, Arthur W. 

Born Ipswich, Mass. Studied with Bou- 
langer, Lefebvre, Doucet and Delance in 
Paris; Instructor, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, 
1895-1904; Professor of Fine Arts, Teachers 
College, Columbia Univ., since 1904; Director, 
Summer Art School, Ipswich, Mass. Honors: 
Hon. Men. Paris Exp., 1899; bronze medal for 
painting and Hon. Men. for woodcuts, Pan- 
Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; medal, Boston Me- 
chanics Assoc. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

6341. The Dory. 

6342. The Yellow House. 

6343. Rain in May. 

6344. Ipswich Marshes, Color Schemes 

Nos. 1, 2. 

6345. August Moon. 

6346. November. 

6347. The Gap, New England Pasture. 

6348. By Salt Marshes. 

63'49. Harry Mayne. his House, the Pirate 
of Old Ipswich. 

6350. The Desert, Color Schemes Nos. 1, 

2, 3, 4. 

6351. Little Venice, Color Schemes Nos. 

1 2 

6352. The Blue House. 

6353. Above the Old Bridge, Ipswich. 

6354. Evening Glow. 

6355. April. 

6356. The Old Bridge, Ipswich. 

6357. Site of the Moraine. 

6358. The Blue Lily. 

6359. In Old High, Ipswich. 



Durand, Asher Brown. 

Born Jefferson, N. J., 1796. Died in South 
Orange, N. J., 1886. In 1812 he was a pupil 
of Peter Maverick. Engraved large plate of 
the "Declaration of Independence" after paint- 
ing by Trumbull. 

461. Ariadne (after Vanderlyn). 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg. 
Gallery .'?0, Wall D. 

6360. John Trumbull (after Waldo & 

Jewett). 

6361. Elias Boudinot, M. D. (after Waldo 

& Jewett). 



Duveneck, Frank. 

Born Covington, Ky., 1848. Studied with 
Diez in Munich, in which city he lived over 
ten years. Member: SAA 1880; ANA 1905; 
NA 1906; SWA; Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: 
Medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; hon. 
mention, Paris Salon, 1895; silver medal, Pan- 
Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901. Instructor in Cin- 
cinnati Academy of Fine Arts. 

Member of the International Jury of 
Awards, Panama-Pacific International Exposi- 
tion, San Francisco, 1915. 

AWARDED A SPECIAL COMMEMORATIVE MEDAL 
BY THE PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPO- 
SITION. 



:;8S9. 



3891. 



15892. 



3S94. 



:;sor;. 



3896. 



3897. 



Palazzo Ca d'Oro, Venezia. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Gallery 87, Wall C. 
Ponte Vecchio, Florence (1884). 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Gallery 87, Wall C. 
Grand Canal, Venice. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Gallery 87, Wall C. 
In the Bay of Venice. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Gallery 87, Wall C. 
View of the Grand Canal, Venice. 
Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Gallery 87, Wall C. 
Venetian Bridge. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Gallery 87, Wall C. 
The Rialto, Venice. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Gallery 87, Wall C. 
San Pietro in Castello, Venice. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Gallery 87, Wall C. 
Riva degli Schiavoni, No. 1. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Gallery 87, ,Wall C. 
Bridge of Sighs: 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Gallery 87, Wall C. 
Piazza San Marco, Venice. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Gallery 87, Wall C. 
Riva degli Schiavoni, No. 2. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Gallery 87, Wall C. 
Laguna, Venice. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Gallery 87, Wall C. 



Eckstein, John. 

He was a portrait painter, a modeler in clay, 
and an engraver of portraits executed in a 
somewhat curious stipple manner. His name 
appears in the Philadelphia directories of 1796- 
97 as "limner and statuary," and again in 
1806-06; from 1811 to 1816 his occupation is 
given as "engraver," and at intervals in this 
period he appears as "a merchant." He was 
painting and engraving as late as 1822. 

6362. Martin Luther (after Holbein). 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 



3899. 



3900. 



3891. 



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Edwards. S. Arlent. 

Born 1862' in Sommersetshire, England. 
Studied: Kensington Art School in 1877-81. 
Taught to engrave in mezzotint by Appleton, 
Josey and Alais of London. In 1890 he came 
to the United States, made book illustration?, 
portraits and subject plates. Has revived the 
art of printing in colors from mezzotint plates. 

6363. Alexander Hamilton. 

6364. Simonetta. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

Edwin, David. 

Born Bath, England, 1776; died in Phila- 
delphia, 1841. The son of a comedian, after 
serving as an apprentice to a Dutch engraver 
in London, he came to this country as a sailor 
on board a vessel bound for Philadelphia and 
landed in December, . 1797. His first engrav- 
ing was a frontispiece to a selection of Scot- 
tish airs.' He became the most popular and 
prolific engraver of portraits in the United 
States. 

6365. Thomas McKean (after Gilbert 

Stuart). 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

Ertz, Edward F. 

Born Niles, 111., 1862. Studied with Le- 
febvre, Constant and Delance in Paris. Mem- 
ber: Royal Soc. of British Artists; Soc. of 
Arts, London; United Arts Club, London; So- 
ciete Internationale d'Aquarellistef, Paris; So- 
ciete des Cinquante; Union inter, des Beaux- 
Arts; Chicago SE. Honors: Diploma of 
honor, International Exp., St. Etienne; gold 
medal, Exp. d'Angiers; grand prize, Interna- 
tional Exp., Rouen, France; medal, Soc. des 
Amis des Arts de la Somme, 1899; medal, 
Ville d'Elboeuf, France; two awards, Brixton 
(Eng.) Arts and Crafts; medal, AAs, Phila- 
delphia, 1902. 

655. Place Royal, Paris. 

Gallery 33, Wall A. 
659. La Terre. 

Gallery 33, Wall A. 

6366. Lavoirs, Chartres. 

6367. Mother and Child. 

6368. Vieux Loups de Mer. 

6369. A Study of Expression. 

6370. Polperro. 

Eskridge, Robert. 

Born Philipsburg, Pa., 1891. Studied: Art 
Institute, Chicago ; University Southern Cali- 
fornia, College of Fine Arts with Senseney. 
Member, Chicago Society Etchers. 



6371. 
6372. 



The Junk Shop, Chicago. 
Old Mission, San Diego. 



Evans, John W. 

Born Brooklyn, 1855. Studied" with "P. R. 
B. Pierson. Honors: Bronze medal, Pan- Am. 
Exp., Buffalo, 1901 ; bronze medal, Louisiana 
Purchase Exp., 1904. 

Silver^ Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

346. Becalmed (after Beal). 
Gallery 30, Wall A. 

359. Making Glass Beads (after Sar- 

gent). 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 

360. Commencement Day (after Bellows). 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 
637?.'. Little Dutch Girl (after Woodbury). 

6374. Medallion, Napoleon. 

6375. Statue Louis XIX. 



Farrar, Henry. 

Born London, England, 1843. Died Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., 1903. Studied: United States. 
1879, Secretary of American Water Color So- 
ciety; 1881, President of the New York Etch- 
ing Club; 1882, a fellow of the Royal Society 
of Painter-Etchers, London; and in 1885 hon- 
orary member of the Philadelphia Society ot 
Painter-Etchers. 

435. Evening near a Fishing Station. 

Gallery 30, Wall D. 
459. Sunset. 

Lent by Frederick Keppel & Co., 
New York. 

Gallery 30, Wall D. 

6376. In Port. 

6377. Sunset in the Lower Bay. 

Ferris, Stephen J. 

Born Plattsburg, N. Y., 1835. Studied: 
PAFA under Schussele; S. B. Waugh in Bor- 
dentown, N. J. Member: Phila. Soc. of 
Etchers; Professor School of Design twenty- 
six years. 

390. Granada. 

Lent by Ingraham Hughes, Esq. 
Gallery 30, Wall B. 

Foster, John. 

Baptized in Dorchester, Mass., 1648; died 
in Boston, 1681. Graduated from Harvard in 
1667. Established the first printing office in 
Boston in 1675. He was the first engraver of 
a portrait in this country of whom we have 
any record; this was the wood-block portrait 
of Rev. Richard Mather. 

6378. Rev. Richard Mather. 

Lent by Frank J. Mather, Esq. 

French, Edwin Davis. 

Born in North Attleboro, Mass., 1851. 
Entered Brown University in 1866. In 1869 
began engraving on silver with the Whiting 
Manufacturing Company. Studied: Art Stu- 
dents' League, New York, under William Sar- 
tain, in 1883-86. Served as president of that 
organization in 1890i-91. 

6379. Sarah Elizabeth Whitin (Book 

Plate). 

6380. Edwin Davis French (Book Plate). 

6381. Whitelaw Reid (Book Plate). 

6382. E. D. Church (Book Plate). 

6383. John Skelton Williams (Book Plate). 

6384. Ira Hutchinson Brainerd (Book 

Plate). 
Lent by Ira H. Brainerd, Esq. 

French, Frank P. 

Born London, N. H., 1850. Studied with 
Henry W. Herrick. Member: Soc. of Ameri- 
can Wood Engravers. Honors: Bronze medal, 
Centennial Exp., Philadelphia, 1876; medal, Co- 
lumbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; silver medal for 
wood engravings, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo., 
1901; ?old medal for wood engraving, Louisi- 
ana Purchase Exp., 1904. 

343. Edwin Booth (after Sargent). 

Gallery 30, Wall A. 

344. Portrait (after Dewing). 

Gallery 30, Wall A. 

350 Beech Woods (after Parsons). 

Gallery 30, Wall A. 

351. The Meadow. 

Gallery 30, Wall A. 

352. Bedouin Girl (after photograph). 

Gallery 30, Wall A. 

353. Izaak Walton (after Boughton). 

Gallery 30, Wall A. 



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French, Frank P. (Continued). 

6385. Francis I. (after Reinhardt). 

6386. Under the Mistletoe. 

6387. Christmas Chimes. 

6388. Valentine. 

6389. The Chrysanthemum. 

6390. Evening Primrose (after Gibson). 

6391. A Christmas Vigil. 

6392. St. Cecilia (after Church). 

6393. The Golden Stair (after Burne 

Jones). 

6394. Heneyah (after Bridgman). 

6395. The Day of Rest (after Abbey). 

6396. The Vale of Tears (after Poveda). 

6397. The Rare Vase (after Fortuny). 

6398. Wood Engraving (after Abbey). 

Gagnon, Clarence A. 

Born Montreal, Canada, 1882. Studied: 
Montreal Art Gallery, Julian Academy, Park. 
Hon. Men. Paris Salon, 1908. Medal Louisi- 
ana Purchase Exposition. 

534. Rue des Cordeliers, Dinan. 

Gallery 32, Wall A. 

535. L'Orage. 

Gallery 32, Wall A. 
550. Mont St. Michel, Brittany. 
Gallery 32, Wall A. 

6399. Vieux Moulin en Picardie. 

6400. Tour de 1'Horloge, Dinan. 

6401. Moonlight, Pont de 1'Arche. 

6402. Canal du Loing. 

6403. Vue de Rouen. 

6404. Luxembourg Gardens, Paris. 

6405. Sant" Agostino Canal, Venice. 

Gallagher, Sears. 

Born Boston, 1869. Studied with Tomasso 
Juglaris in Boston; Laurens and Constant in 
Paris. 

732. Across the River. 

Gallery 33, Wall C. 

733. Girl with Rabbit, 

Gallery 33, Wall C. 

745. Old State House, Boston. 

Gallery 33, Wall C. 

746. Paul Revere House, Boston. 

Gallery 33, Wall C. 

758. Woolworth Building, New York. 
Gallery 33, Wall D. 

6406. Appledore, England. 

6407. St. Ives. 

6408. Brooklyn Bridge, New York. 

6409. Carlisle Street, New York. 

6410. S*t. Paul's Cathedral, Boston. 

6411. Trinity Church, Boston. 

6412. T Wharf, Boston. 

6413. Boylston Street, Boston. 

6414. Bideford, England. 

6415. English Cottage. 

6416. Appledore, England. 

6417. Old Mill, Nantucket, 

6418. Wild Cherry Trees. 

6419. Boy with Dog. 

6420. From the Hill. 

Gallaudet, Elisha. 

Born New Rochelle, N. Y., about 1730; in 
1759 he was in business in New York as an 
engraver. Besides some early book plates, his 
only known engraving is the portrait of George 
Whitfield, issued as a frontispiece to "A Life 
of Whitfield," published in 1774. 

6421. George Whitfield, M. A. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

Getchell, Edith Loring. 

Born Bristol, Pa. Studied: Phila. School 
of Design; PAFA; R. SvVain Gifford. Mem- 
ber: N. Y. Etching Club; Cal. Soc. of E. 

6422. Home by the Sea. 



Gilmore, Ada. 

Born Kalamazoo, Mich., 1882. Studied: 
Chicago Art Institute; Robert Henri School, 
New York. 

863. Promenade. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 



Gleeson, Charles K. 

Born St. Louis, Mo., 1878. Studied: St. 
Louis School of Fine Arts; Art Students' 
League, New York; Colorossi Academic, Paris, 
under E. Renard; Academic de la Grande 
Chaumiere, under Steinlen and Simon. 

609. Quai d'lvry, Paris. 

Gallery 32, Wall C. 
738. Les Carriers, Paris. 

Gallery 33, Wall C. 
744. King's Highway Viaduct, St. Louis. 

Gallery 33, Wall C. 
747. Pont Saint Nicholas. 

Gallery 33, Wall C. 

6423. A View of Burgos. 

6424. Au Impasse, Paris. 

6425. Val du Grace. 

6426. Plateresque Doorway. 

6427. Conciergerie, Paris. 

6428. Fifteen Houses and Pont Neuf. 

6429. Tavern of Seven Trees. 

6430. Corner of Pont Neuf. 

6431. Near Saint Etienne du Mont. 

6432. Noon Hour. 

6433. Alcantara, General View. 

6434. Vue de la Cite. 

6435. Saint Anne of Shandon. 



Goetsch. Gustav F. 

Studied in New York, Paris, Minneapolis, 
with Win. M. Chase, Carroll Beckwith. E. 
Blanche and R. Koehler. Member: S. W. A. 

415. The Harbor. 

Gallery 30, Wall C. 

416. Marblehead Harbor. 

Gallery 30, Wall C. 

425. On the Harlem Pier. 

Gallery 3t), Wall C. 

426. Marblehead, Mass. 

Gallery 30, Wall C. 
429. In the Harbor. 

Gallery 3*0, Wall C. 



Goldthwaite, Anne. 

Born Montgomery, Ala. Studied: C. W. 
M. Meilatz, NAD; Acad. Moderne, Paris. 

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

619. Fraulein Vofi Kneptisch. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 
622. Churchvard, Brittany. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 
625. Montmartre. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 
630. The Ballet, 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 
719. Cock Fight, 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

6436. Sunny Hillside. 

6437. Egyptian Dancer. 
643S. The Letter. 

6439. Alabama Pines. 

6440. At Montmartre. 

6441. Un Moment Musical ; Shubert, No. 1. 

6442. Un Moment Musical; Shubert, No. 2. 

6443. Un Moment Musical; Shubert, No. 3. 

6444. Egyptian Dancer Kneeling. 

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Green, Bernard I. 

Born Russia, 1887. Studied: NAD; ASL. 
Honors: Medal in Figure Drawing, NAD, 
1910; Hallgarten Prize in Painting, NAD, 
1912. 

0440. Girl Reading. 

Griffin, James Martin. 

Born Cork, Ireland, 1850. Studied: Cork 
School of Art (Branch of South Kensington) 
under James Brenan, R. H. A. Member of 
The Water Color Society of Ireland. 



431. 



River Lee, Cork, Ireland. 
Gallery 30, Wall (J. 



Griffith. Louis Oscar. 

Born Greencastle, Ind., 1875. Studied with 
Frank Reaugh at St. Louis School of Fine 
Arts, AIC; New York and Paris; Chicago SA; 
Chicago SE. 

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

854. Sardine Boats, Concarneau. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 
857. Winter. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

0447. In New England. 

0448. The Weaver. 

(5449. The City of Granite. 

0450. A Brittany Mill. 

Hale, Walter. 

Born Chicago, 1869. Studied: Minneapolis 
School of l*ine Arts; New York, London, 
Paris. Member: Royal Society of Painters, 
Etchers, London, 1893, and Society of Illus- 
trators, New York. 

748. The Flat Iron Building, New York. 
Gallery 33, Wall 0. 

0451. The Castle of Turegano. 
t>o2. The Alcazar, Segovia. 

Halpin, Frederick. 

Born Worcester, England, 1805. Studied 
with his father, an engraver for one of the 
Staffordshire potteries. In 1827 he was in 
London engraving historical subjects and por- 
traits. He came to New York about 1842. 

0453. Asher B. Durand (after C. L. Elliot). 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

Hammersmith, Paul. 

Born N-aperville, 111., 1857. Studied: Mil- 
waukee, Paris, London. Member, Cal. Soc. 
of E. 

381. Jones Island. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 

382. Close of Day. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 

0454. Twilight Shadows. 

0455. Ferry Boats. 
0450. Rustic Bridge. 

0457. University Drive. 

0458. Holland. 



Hansen, Armin C. 

Born San Francisco, 1886. Studied: 
Francisco, *Stuttgart, Munich, Antwerp. 

078. At the Landing Stages. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 
084. Flemish Landscape. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 
801. Harry Varick. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 
0459. The Shower. 

0400. Before the Wind. 

0401. Low Tide. 



San 



Harer, Frederick W. 

Born Blossburg, Pa., 1880. Studied: P. A. 
F. A., Thos. P. Anshutz and Wm. M. Chase. 

779. Independence Square. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 
705. A Fire. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 

0403. La Estellita. 

0404. An Effect of Light. 

0405. Marketing. 
0400. The Farrier. 

0407. Emigrants. 

0408. A Scavenger. 

0409. A Bum. 

Harley. 

One of the engravers who made plates for 
"Picturesque America," published by Apple- 
ton 1872-74. 



0470. 



Jack of the Mill (after Darley). 
Lent by Mrs. F. O. C. Darley. 



Harriton, Abraham. 

Born Roumania, 1893. 
Honors: Baldwin prize; 
prize in composition. 

787. 



Studied: NAD. 
First Hallgarten 



An Old Hebrew Peddler. 
Gallery 33, Wall D. 
447. Son of Israel. 

Gallery 30, Wall D. 

Harshe, Robert B. 

Born Salisbury, Mo., 1879. Studied: Mis- 
souri University; Chicago Art Institute; N. Y. 
Art Students' League; Teachers' College, Co- 
lumbia University with Arthur W. Dow; Lon- 
don with Laszlo; Paris in Colorossi Academy. 
Member: Chicago Soc. of E., Cal. Soc. of E., 
San Francisco Soc. of Artists, University of 
Calif. Faculty Club, Asst. Prof. Graphic Art, 
Stanford University; Sup't Fine, Applied and 
Manual Arts, Dept. Education, P. P. I. E. ; 
Ass't Chief, Dept. of Fine Arts, P. P. I. E. 

Secretary, Group Jury for Oil Paintings and 
Department Jury, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

077. Fisherman's Wharf. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

080. San Lorenzo. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

081. The Ostrich. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 
083. Dutch Cottages. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

0472. Tamalpais. 

0473. Monterey Dunes. 

0474. Lagunita, Stanford University. 

0475. Chinese Truck Patch. 
0470. Three Pines. 

0477. The Inner Quad, Stanford Univer- 

sity. 

0478. On the Stanford Farm. 

0479. Twilight, 

0480. Indian Rock Park, Moonlight. 

Haskell, Ernest. 

Born Woodstock, Conn., 1876. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Expositio-n, San Francisco, 1915. 

538. The Spectre. 

Gallery 32, Wall A. 

539. Dwarfs of Ragged Island. 

Gallery 32, Wall A. 

544. Hill Top. 

Gallery 32, Wall A. 

545. Kinnebeck Homesteads. 

Gallery 32, Wall A, 



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Haskell, Ernest (Continued). 


Jlobart, Clark. 


0481. Peeling Apples. 


Born Rockford, 111. Studied: - Hopkins In- 


6482. The Captain. 


stitute, San Francisco; ASL., N. Y., Paris. 


0483. Darning. 


Honors: Chosen among all the Art Students 


0484. The Whistling Bov. 


to make four panel? for Building of Ethnology, 


(5485. The Fruit Shop. 


Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo. 


0480. The Crippled Pine. 
0487. The Moss Trees. 
6488. The Skeletons. 


Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 


0-180. The Hunchback. 
0400. The Dead Sisters. 
0401. The Colt. 
0402. The Blind Gypsy. 
0403. Retrospection. 
0404. Drawbridge. 
0405. The Sand Hopper. 
0400 Mr<! P 


813. Nvmph at the Pool. 
Gallery 34, Wall A. 
814. The Greeting. 
Gallery 34, Wall A. 
815. Camn Mystery. 
Gallery 34, Wall A. 
816. Readv for the Ball. 


u-f-.M). jyirs. A . 
0407. Announcement. 


Gallery 34, Wall A. 


0408. Christmas Card. 
0400. Amelia. 


817. Idyl. 
Gallery 34, Wall A. 


0500. Book Plate. 
6501. Christmas Card (Private Plate) 
(Whitney). 
6502. Book Plate (Lorillard). 


818. Spring. 
Gallery 34, Wall A. 
810. Lovers' Quarrel. 
Gallery 34, Wall A. 
820. Memories. 


Heinemann, Ernst. 
Born Brunswick, Germany, 1848. Came to 
the United States in 1872. Studied with A. 
Closs and Brendeamour; ASL of N. Y. 


Gallery 34, Wall A. 
821. Woodchopper's Hut. 
Gallery 34, Wall A. 
6518. Fete Champetre. 
6510. The Picnic. 


Bronze medal, Pan- Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901. 


6520.' California Oaks. 


0503. Japanese Children. 




0504. A Confederate Charge. 


Hopkins, Edna Boies. 


6505. A Minuet ft Mount Vernon (after 


Born in Michigan. 


Wiles). 
Lent by Mrs. Ernest Heinemann. 


Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



Higgins, Eugene. 

Born Kansas City. Mo., 1874. Studied: 
Laurens, Benjamin-Constant. Gerome and 
Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. 
665. The Rent Bill. 

Gallery 33', Wall A. 
070. Midnight Duty. 

Gallery 33', Wall A. 
0506. The Blind Leading the Blind. 

6507. The Rag Pickers. 

6508. Under Archway. 
0500. In the Park. 
6510. Slum Girl. 

0511. Mendicants. 

0512. An Outcast. 

0513. Mother Groliot's Doorway. 

0514. The Return. 

6515. Out of Shadows. 

Hill, John. 

Born London, 1770; died West Nyack, N. 
Y., 1850. He engraved in aquatint a number 
of plates published in London, after paintings 
by Turner, Southerberg, and others. He came 
to New York in 1816, where his first work 
was small magazine plates. His American 
drawing books with colored plate? and a series 
of aquatints of American scenery are prob- 
ably the first color aquatints issued in this 
country. 

448. New York from Governor's Island. 
Gallery 30, Wall D. 

6516. American Drawing Book. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

Hinshelwood, Robert. 

Born in Edinburgh, 1813; wa living after 
1860. Studied with James and John John- 
stone, engravers of Edinburgh. Came to the 
United States about 1835. He was landscape 
eneraver for Harper's and other New York 
publishers and w^s also employed by the Con- 
tinental Bank Note Company. 

6517. The Rendezvous (after J. W. Hart). 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 



80(5. 
808. 
007. 
000. 



0521 
0522. 
0523. 
0524. 

0525. 
0526. 
6527. 
0528. 
6520. 
0530. 



Gallery 34, Wall D. 
Eucalyptus. 

Gallery 34, Wall D. 
Pui-ple Daisv. 

Gallery 34, Wall D. 
Zinnia. 

Gallery 34, Wall D. 
Bramble. 

Gallery 34, Wall D. 
Veronica. 

Gallery 34, Wall D. 
Fig Leaves. 
Honeysuckle. 
Nasturtium. 
Fuchsia. 
Grapes. 
Purple Asters. 
Datura. 

Morning Glory. 
Peprjer. 
Nicotina. 



Hornby, Lester George. 

Born Lowell, Mass., 1882. Studied: R. I. 
School of Desien, Providence; Pape School, 
Boston: ASL of N. Y. ; Laurens and others 
in Paris. Member: N. Y. Soc. of E.; Cal. 
Soc. of E. 

751. Le Gouter. 

Gallery 33, Wall C. ' 
754. Le Matin, Glnd-Rur-Marne. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 
757. Le Pont: Marn& 

Gallerv 33. Wall D. 
700 Le Ciel Pluvieux. 

Gallery 33. Wall D. 

0531. La Cathedral a Reims. 

0532. La Marne a Chnterm Thierry. 
653"3. La Jardiniere. Matin, Marne. 
0534. La Chateau, Passv Sur Marne. 
6535. Vieille Maisons. Reims. 

B59. The Goose Girl. 

0537. Dimanche Matin. Verneuil, Marne. 

0538. La Brise, Marne. 



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Hornby, Lester George (Continued). 

6539. Vieille Femme aux Champs. 

6540. The Harvester, Marne. 

6541. Dans les Champs. 

6542. L'Eglise a Gland, Manic. 

6543. The Pig-Sty, Marne. 

6544. La Fete a Pantin. 

6545. Chateau a la Ferte-Milon. 

6546. Les Lavoirs a Chateau-Thierry. 

6547. La Colline, Marne. 

6548. Le Gamin, Marne. 

6549. Ramasseurs des Fagots, Marne. 

6550. Ciel et Champs, No. 7. 

6551. O'iel et Champs, No. 4. 

6552. Les Coohons. 

Horter, Earl. 

Born Philadelphia, 1882. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

6552. French Quarter, New Orleans. 

6554. Smelters, Pittsburg. 

6555. Madison S'quare. 

6556. Old Farm House, Germantown. 

Lent by the Brown-Robertson Co. 

Huber, Konrad. 

Made lithographs for book illustrations in 
the middle of the nineteenth century, chiefly 
from outline drawings by F. O. C. Darley. 

6557. Nimrod Exhibits His Humor (after 

Darley). 

Lent by Mrs. F. 0. C. Darley. 

Hunt, William Morris. 

Born Brattleboro, Vt., 1824. Died at the 
Isles of Shoals, 1879. Originally educated for 
sculpture. He studied painting in Du?seldorf, 
then under Couture at Paris. He returned 
to America in 1855. Hunt championed the 
Barbizon School in the United States and as 
teacher, mural painter, portrait painter, lith- 
ographer, and critic, his influence has been 
strong and lasting. "The Flight of Night" in 
the Retrospective Loan Collection is the orig- 
inal study for the first mural painting of im- 
portance painted in America. 

6558. Hurdy-Gurdy Player. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

Hurley, Edward T. 

Born Cincinnati, 1869. Studied: Cincin- 
nati Art Academy under Frank Duveneck. 
Member: Chicago SE; SWA. Honors: Gold 
medal, Lousiana Purchase Exposition. 

679. Market Alley. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 
(582. Dry Creek Valley, Boone County, Ky. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 
685. A Bad Night. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

6559. Suspension Bridge, Cincinnati. 

6560. In Eden Park. 

6561. Autumn Woods. 

6562. Sheep at Ault Park. 

6563. Garfield Park. 

6564. Summer Days. 

Hyde, Helen. 

Born Lima, N. Y., 1868. Studied with Emil 
Carlsen in New York; Raphael Collin in 
Paris. Member: Cal. Soc. of E. ; Associate 
Soc. de la Gravure Originate en Couleur, 
Paris. Honors: First prize in Tokyo exhi- 
bition of Japanese Artists; gold medal in 
Alaska- Yukon exhibition. H m. Men. Paris 
Salon, 1913. 



Hyde, Helen (Continued). 

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

864. Cherry-Rain. 

Gallery 34, Wall R 

865. An Interlude, Mexico. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

866. The Family Umbrella. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

867. Going to Market. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

868. In Their Holiday Clothes. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

869. A S'ummer Shower. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

870. The Sacred Calf, Agra, India. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

871. The Bath. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

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

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

6565. Baby Talk. 

6566. The Furious Dragon. 

6567. The Unwilling Dancer. 

6568. The Blue Umbrella. 

6569. A Mexican Coquette. 
(5570. Feeding the Bunnies. 

6571. Sunday Morning. 

6572. Mount Orizaba. 

6573. Over the Garden Wall. 

6574. August. 

6575. Driving Out Bad Luck. 

6576. A Summer Girl. 

6577. The Greeting. 

6578. New Brooms. 

6579. The Go- Cart. 

6580. A Roundelay. 

6581. Winter. 

6582. Complaints. 

6583. Blossom Time in Tokyo. 

6584. The Kameido Bridge. 

6585. The Chase. 

6586. The Bamboo Fence. 

6587. The Little Pink Plum. 

6588. An April Evening. 

6589. The Secret. 

6590. My Neighbors. 

6591. A Day in June. 

6592. A Daruma Branch. 

6593. The Spring Poem. 

6594. Going to the Fair. 

6595. Friends of Winter. 

6596. New Year's Day in Tokyo. 

Jaques, Bertha E. Clauson. 

Born Covington, O., 1863. Studied: AIC. 
Member: Chicago SA; Chicago SP^ (sect.); 
Cal. Soc. of E. 

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

675. Minelli, Venice. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

676. Venice Fisherman. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 
752. Sunny Corner. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 
755. The Tangle, Chioggia. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 
759. Shipyard, Venice. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 
761. The Arch, Roman Forum. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 

6597. Street of Janissaires, Algiers. 

6598. Willows, Rysord. 

6599. Peat Boat, Marken. 

6600. Along the Mall. 

6601. Scotch Collier's Cottage. 

6602. Rain on Thames. 
6603'. Charing Cross Bridge. 

6604. Hamstead Heath. 

6605. Prisons of the Sea. 



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Jaques, Bertha E. Clauson (Continued). 

6606. Paradise Bridge, Venice. 

6607. Santa Margherita, Venice. 

6608. The Columns, Roman Forum. 

6609. Burano. 

6610. Thames Boats, London. 

Johns, W. E. 

Born Pittsburgh, Pa. Studied: Paris. 

760. The Ruined Castle at Grez. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 
762. Village on the Seine. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 

6611. The Stone Bridge. 

6612. November Day. 

6613. Evening in France. 

6614. The Canal. 

6615. A Little Arab. 

6616. Across the Fields. 

Johnson, Thomas. 

Born London, England. Studied with F. 
Williams. Honors: Medal, Columbian Exp., 
Chicago, 1893; silver medal, Pan-Am. Exp., 
Buffalo, 1901. Member Soc. American Wood 
Engr. 

6617. Abraham Lincoln. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 
(5618. Franz Liszt. 

6619. Robert Browning. 

6620. Alfred Tennyson. 

Lent by Mrs. Thomas Johnson. 

Jones, Alfred. 

Born Liverpool, England, 1819. Died in 
New York, 1900. Came to the United States 
and was apprenticed to the engraving firm of 
Rowdon, Wright, Hatch and Edson of Albany, 
N. Y. Studied: National Academy of De- 
sign. Engraved in 1843 his first large plate, 
"The Farmer's Nooning" after the painting 
by W. S. Mount, executed for the American 
Art Union. He invented the "halftone proc- 
ess" of the present day. 

434. The Capture of Major Andre. 

Gallery 30, Wall D. 
439. Farmer's Nooning. 

Lent by Mrs. Ellen Major Jones. 

Gallery 30, Wall D. 

Keeler. Charles B., Jr. 

Born Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 1882. Studied: 
Harvard: Chicago Art Institute, John Johan- 
sen, T. W. Stevens and B. J. O. Nordfeldt. 

Honorable Mention Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

764. Bazaar of the 100,000 Articles, Quim- 
per, Brittany. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 

770. Old Houses in the Place Terre au 
Due, Quimper. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 

6621. House of the Lime Seller in the Rue 

Traverse, Morlaix. 

6622. Beggar at St. Jean du Doight. 

6623. Christmas Card. 

6624. Levanto. 

Kimball, Katherine. 

Born New Hampshire. Studied: NAD in 
New York. Member: Royal Soc. of Paint- 
ers, Etchers and Engravers, London (Assoc.); 
Section de Gravure, Salon d'Automne, Paris; 
Chicago SE. 

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



Kimball, Katherine (Continued). 

704. Lock at Moret-sur-Loing. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

705. Oast Houses. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

706. Presbytere de St. Maclou, Rouen. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 
713. Chateau Gaillard (aquatint). 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 
734. Chateau Gaillard. 

Gallery 33, Wall C. 

6625. Maison Earlier. Paris. 

6626. Facade of the Louvre. 

6627. The Cemetery Venice. 

6628. La Maison le Roy, Petit Andeley. 

6629. The Doomed Island. 
(5630. Towers of Notre Dame. 

6631. Jasper's Gate House. 

6632. St. Nicholas du Chardonnet. 

King, Charles B. 

Born Angel I-land, Cal., 1869. Studied: 
Paris, Laurens; London, Frank Brangwyn. 
Member: Soc. de la Gravure Originale en 
Couleur, Paris. 

711. Dixmude. Belgium. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

900. Amsterdam. 

Gallery 34, Wall D. 

901. Grand Canal. 

Gallery 34, Wall D. 
905. Rainv Day, Fifth Avenue. 
Gallery 34, Wall D. 

King, Frank S. 

Born Auburn, Me., 1850. Studied with J. 
W. Orr and August Will in New York. Hon- 
ors: Medal Paris Exp., 1889; Medal Colum- 
bian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; Silver Medal 
Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901. 

458. The Sorceress (after F. S. Church). 

Koopman, Augustus. 

Born Charlotte, N. C,. 1869. Studied: 
PAFA; Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris under 
Bouguereau and Robert-Fleury. Honors: Sec- 
ond Wanamaker prize, Paris A A A, 1898; first 
Clark prize, Paris AAA, 1899; bronze medal 
and special silver medal for decoration, Paris 
Expo., 1900; bronze medal, Pan-Am. Exp., 
Buffalo, 1901; medal, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 
1904; silver medal, Appalachian Exp., Knox- 
ville, 1911. 

437. Brittany Fisherman. 

Gallery 30, Wall D. 

6633. In the Cafe. 

6634. Dutch Sailing Master. 

Kruell, Gustav. 

Bom Dusseldorf, 1842. Died United States, 
1906. After serving an apprenticeship to a 
die-sinker and general engraver he went to 
Leipsic and later was himself an engraver in 
Stuttgart. In 1878 he came to America and 
in 1881 he organized with his friend, Freder- 
ick Juengling, The Society of American Wood- 
En gravers. 

452. Abraham Lincoln. 

Gallery 30, Wall D. 

462. W. T. Sherman. 

Gallery 30, Wall D. 

463. Robert E. Lee. 

Gallery 30, Wall D. 

6635. Daniel Webster. 
0636. U. S. Grant. 

6637. Abraham Lincoln (with beard). 

Lent by Frederick Keppel & Co., 
New York. 



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Laffan, A. 

6640. Moonlight on the Adriatic. 

Lent by Kennedy & Co., New 
York. 



Lander, Benjamin. 
Member of the 
founded in 1882. 



Brooklyn Etching Club, 



0041. Among the Daisies. 

Lent by A. C. Kennedy & Co., 
New York. 

Lawson, Alexander. 

Born Ravenstruthers, Scotland, 1773; died 
in Philadelphia, 1846. Came to Baltimore in 
July, 1794. Engraved plates for Thomson's 
"Seasons" and Wilson's famous "Ornithol- 
ogy," the first volume of which was issued 



6042. William Penn. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

Learned, Arthur Garfield. 

Born Chelsea, Mass., 1872. Studied in 

Munich, Vienna and Paris. 
0643. Young Satyr. 

6644. Sibyl. 

Lemos, Pedro J. 

Born Austin, Nevada, 1882. Studied: San 
Francisco Institute of Art; Art Students' 
League, Columbia College; Design with Ben- 
nedict of Chicago. Professor of Design, Uni- 
versity of California. Head of Department of 
Design, San Francisco Institute of Art, Direc- 
tor, San Francisco Institute of Art 1914-1915. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

784. The Old Quarry. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 
827. Along the Road. 

Gallery 34, Wall A. 

6645. The Hillside, Lake Merritt. 

6646. At the Edge of the River. 

6647. A Summer Evening. 

Levy, Beatrice S. 

Born Chicago, 111., 1892. Studied: Art In- 
stitute, Chicago, and with Charles Hawthorne 
and Vojtech Preissig. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

830. Central Park Impression, New York. 

Gallery 34, Wall A. 
899. Song of Summer. 

Gallery 34, Wall D. 
908. Rainy Night. 

Gallery 34, Wall D. 

Levy, William Auerbach, 

Born Russia, 1889. Studied: Nat. Acad. 
of Design, N. Y., Academy Julian, Paris, un- 
der Laurens. Member: Cal. Soc. of E. 
Honors: First prize for best figure in exhi- 
bition of Chicago Society of Etchers, 1914. 
Etching purchased for collection of Chicago 
Art Institute. 

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

605. The Harp of the Winds. 

Gallery 32, Wall C. 
794. The Troubadour. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 



Levy, William Auerbach (Continued). 

796. The Cellist. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 

797. Quai Grand Augustins, Paris. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 

798. The Patriarch's Prayer. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 

799. In Exile. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 
802. Cecco. 

Lent by the Hahlo Gallery. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 
0648. La Porte de 1'Eglise. 
6649. The Old Model. 
0650. Old Rabbi. 

6651. Professor. 

6652. Portrait Study. 

Lent by the Hahlo Gallery. 

6653. Blind Beggar. 

6654. Sylvia. 

6655. Old Mill. 

Lewis, Allen. 

Born Mobile, Ala., 1873. Studied with 
George Bridgman in New York: Gerome in 
Paris. Member: Photo-Secession; Paris 
AAA. Honor: Bronze medal, Louisiana Pur- 
chase Exp., 1904. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

668. The Landing. 

Gallery 33, Wall A. 
095. Gowanus Canal. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 
090. Lady on the Stairs. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

098. The Procession. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

099. Old Woman Reading. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

701. The Work Shop. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

702. Climbing Boy. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

6656. La Port Guillaume. 

6657. The Obelisk. 

6658. Portrait of Boardman Robinson. 

6659. Little Storm. 

0660. The Green, Prospect Park. 

6661. The Sand Yard. 

6662. Valle de C'hevreuse. 
0663'. Metropolitan Museum. 

6664. Dead Oak. 

6665. Willow in the Mist. 

6666. Roosting Pigeon. 

6667. Sleeping Dog. 
Paris Print Shop. 
New York Harbor. 

6670. The Hard Pull. 

6671. The Closing Curtain. 

Longacre, James Barton. 

Born Delaware Co., Pa., 1794; died in Phil- 
adelphia, 1869. Taught to engrave by George 
Murray in Philadelphia. His earliest work 
was done "for S. F. Bradford's Encyclopedia 
of 1805-18. His large plate of Andrew Jack- 
son, after Sully, was published in 1820. In 
1844 he wa= appointed engraver to the U. S. 
Mint, and held that position until his death. 

441. Andrew Jackson. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 
Gallery 30, Wall D. 

Lum, Bertha. 

Born in Iowa. Studied: Art Institute Chi- 
cago, and wood block printing in Japan, in 
1903, 1908 and 1911. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



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Lum, Bertha (Continued). 
825. Junks. 

Gallery 34, Wall A. 

828. Aoyagi. 

Gallery 34, Wall A. 

829. Through the Night. 

Gallery 34, Wall A. 

830. Rainy Twilight. 

Gallery 34, Wall A. 

832. Fox Women. 

Gallery 34, Wall A. 

833. Magic Carpet. 

Gallery 34, Wall A. 

834. Theatre Street, Yokohama. 

Gallery 34, Wall A. 

835. Winter. 

Gallery 34, Wall A. 

836. Bamboo Road. 

. Gallery 34, Wall A. 

837. Evening. 

Gallery 34, Wall A. 
0673. Cherry Blossoms. 

6674. Snow Balls. 

6675. Rain. 

6676. O, Yuki. 

6677. Children. 

6678. g-isters. 

6679. Mist and Rain. 

6680. Pines. 

6681. The Home Coming. 

6682. O Fuji San. 

6683. Peter. 

6684. Sails. 

6685. The Bridge. 

6686. Tanabata. 

6687. Pines by the Sea. 

6688. Kites. 

6689. Temple Gate. 

6690. Goblin Dance. 

6691. On the River. 

6692. Fishermen. 
Bob. 



Luquiens, Huc-Mazelet. 

Born Auburndale, Mass., 1881. Studied 
with Bonnat and Merson in Paris. 

727. Farm Yard in Picardie. 
Gallery 33, Wall B. 

6694. Vanderbilt Gateway. 

6695. Phelps Gateway. 
Osborn Gateway. 



MacLaughlin, Donald Shaw. 

Born in Boston, 1876. Etched scenes in 
the Hill towns of Italy, Canals of Venice, 
street scenes and Architecture of Paris, the 
Thames at London, Switzerland plates, etc. 
Awarded a silver medal at the Pan- Am. Exp., 
in Buffalo, 1901. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

6697. A Song of Venice. 

6698. Bernese Oberland. 

6699. The Grimzel Pass. 

6700. The Life of the Thames. 

6701. La Conciergerie. 

6702. Quai des Grands Augustins. 

6703. A Devonshire Village. 

Lent by Hill Tolerton, Esq. 



McMillen, Mildred. 

Born Chicago, 1884. Studied: Art Insti- 
tute Chicago; Academy Colorossi, Paris. 

6704. Low Tide: Staples. 



Manley, Thomas B. 

Born Buffalo, N. Y., 1853. Studied: 
PAFA. Member: AS Min. P. Honor: 
Bronze medal for etchings, Louisiana Purchase 
Exp., 1904. 

6705. Street in Castile. 

6706. Fish House. 

6707. Old Shed. 

6708. Shore Road, Oakum Bay. 

6709. The Elms. 

Lent by the Brown-Robertson Co. 

Marin, John. 

Born Rutherford, N. J., 1875. Studied: 
PAFA; ASL of N. Y.; studied etching in 
Paris. Honor: Prize, Fellowship PAFA 1900. 

6710. Chartres Cathedral. 

6711. Canal d' Amsterdam. 

Lent by Hill Tolerton, Esq. 

6712. Towers, Saint Germain. 

6713. Bal Bullier. 

6714. Ca d' Oro, Venice. 

Lent by the Brown-Robertson Co. 

Marshall, William Edgar. 

Born New York, 1837. Began work as a 
bank-note engraver and later engraved large 
portraits in line, chiefly from portraits painted 
by himself. Studied in Paris and exhibited 
in the Salons of 1856-66. He is best known 
as the engraver of the large plates of Wash- 
ington, Lincoln, Grant, etc. 

450. George Washington. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 
Gallery 30, Wall D. 

Martinez, Xavier. 

Born Guadalajara, Mexico, 1874. Studied: 
Mark Hopkins Inst., San Francisco; Ecole des 
Beaux-Arts under Gerome and Carriere. Hon- 
ors: Gold medal, San F. Art Assoc. 1895; 
Hon. Men. Paris Exp., 1900. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

848. Valkyrie of the Sea. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

855. California Landscape. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

856. Peace. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

Maverick, Peter. 

Born New York, 1780: died there, 1831. 
Studied with his father, Peter Rushton Mav- 
erick, one of the early engravers of New 
York. In 1817 he became the partner of A. 
B. Durand. He was one of the founders of 
the National Academy of Design in 1826, and 
excelled in letter .engraving and bank-note 
work. 

6715. Rev. Edward Mitchell. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

Meinshausen, George. 

Born Achim, Hanover. Germany, 1855. 
Studied: Cincinnati Art Academy. Member: 
Cincinnati AC. Honors: Silver medal, Louisi- 
ana Purchase Exp., 1904. 

362. Andrew Jackson. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 
365. The Life Boat. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 
866. The Phantom Ship. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 

6716. Samuel Houston. 

6717. George Washington. 



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Meinshausen, George ( Continued ) . 

6718. IT. S. Grant, 

6719. Robert Fulton. 

6720. Daniel Webster. 

6721. Banjamin Franklin. 

6722. Fenimore Cooper. 

6723. Portrait. 

6724. Rape of the Sabines (after Rubens). 

6725. Landing of Ponce de Leon. 

6726. Cumberland Falls (after Farny). 

6727. Beechwood (after Lindsay). 

6728. Washington Artillery (after Red- 

wood). 

6729. Eagle of Jupiter and Ganymede 

(after Rembrandt). 

6730. Abraham Lincoln. 

6731. The Chicken Woman (after Vollon). 

6732. Sand Mountain (after Lindsay). 

6733. Hawk's Nest. 

6734. The Sun Dial (after Farny). 

6735. A Question of Seconds (after Farny). 

6736. John Adams. 

6737. Chief Justice Waite. 

6738. Three Doctors. 

6739. John Arkwright. 



Melville, Francis. 

Born Brooklyn, N. Y., 
Henry K. Brown, sculptor. 
Soc. of E. 



1832. Studied: 
Member : Cal. 



776. The Cobbler. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 

782. Busy. 

Gallery 33', Wall D. 

6740. The Wee Causeway. 

6741. The Stableyard. 

6742. The Palace, Culross, Fife. 

6743. December. 

6744. The Ginger Jar. 

6745. South Bay, Long Island. 

6746. Nan. 

6747. The Window Seat. 

6748. The Late J. Q. A. Ward. 

6749. Emelie. 

Merrill, Katherine. 

Born Milwaukee, Wis., 1876. Studied: Chi- 
cago Art Institute; London with Frank 
Brangwyn. 

602. Burnham Beeches. 

Gallery 32, Wall C. 
767. St. Dunstan's in the East. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 
773. Canterbury from St. Martin's Hill. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 

789. Federal Building from Quincy St., 
Chicago. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 

6750. Woolworth Building, from City Hall 

Square. 

6751. St. Josephat's Polish Cathedral, Mil- 

waukee. 

6752. Where Art and Commerce Meet. 

6753. St. James' Cathedral, Montreal. 

6754. Harper's Ferry. 

6755. C'ol. Harper's House, Harper's Ferry. 

6756. Burnside Bridge, Antietam. 

6757. Gen. Mead's Headquarters, Gettys- 

burg. 

6758. Little Round Top, from Devil's Glen. 

6759. Drydocks, Newport News. 

6760. Illinois Monument, Gettysburg. 

6761. Lookout Mountain. 

Merritt, Anna Lea. 

Born in Philadelphia, Pa., 1844. Studied 
with Heinrich Hoffman in Dresden ; Henry 
Merritt in London. Associate Royal Soc. of 
Painter-Etchers. Honors: Centennial Exp., 
Philadelphia, 1876; Hon. Men. Paris Exp., 
1889; two medals (oil painting and mural dec- 



Merritt, Anna Lea (Continued), 
oration), Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; 
medal, Atlanta Exp., 1895; Hon. Men. Pan- 
Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901. 

396. A Child that Wriggled. 
Gallery 30, Wall B. 
399. Reapers. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 

6762. Grandmother's Boa. 

6763. Cupid Bound. 

6764. The Narrow Way. 

6765. An Emigrant Child. 

6766. A Mother. 

6767. A Little Quakeress. 

6768. A Piping Shepherd. 

6769. Oliver Wendell Holmes. 

Mielziner, Leo. 

Born New York. Studied: Cincinnati Art 
Academy; Gerome, Bouguereau and Ecole des 
Beaux-Arts, under Collin and Courtois in 
Paris; Kroyer in Copenhagen. 

6770. Adolescence. 

Milhaiv, Zella De. 

Born New York. Studied with Arthur Dow 
and E. Nimmo Moran. Member: NAC; 
Plastic Co., Phila., Art Workers' Co., NSC. 

6771. Afterglow, Quebec. 

6772. Pepperidge Trees. 

6773. The Coast. 

6774. Boats on the Nile. 

6775. The Pirates' Cove. 

6776. Long Island Sand Dunes. 

6777. Lowlands. 

6778. The Pool. 

6779. The Sands. 

Millar, Addison Thomas. 

A painter and etcher, was killed in an au- 
tomobile accident, 1913. He was born in War- 
ren, Ohio, I860 1 . Became a pupil of Chase 
in New York and Benjamin-Constant and 
Boldini in Paris. He was a member of the 
Salmagundi Club in 1897, and was one of the 
so-called Silvermine group of artists. 

389. The Winding Road, Holland. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 

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

Gallery 30, Wall B. 

398. Moonrise on the Birches. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 

6780. Boer Farmhouse. 

6781. Hayberg. 

6782. The Old Kirk. 

6783. The Return of the Flock. 

6784. The Ship Yard, Muidan. 

6785. Hauling Logs Through the Dunes. 

6786. A Winter's Evening, Laren. 

6787. November Evening, Laren. 

6788. The Draw-Bridge, Hakkelaarshek. 

6789. The Fagot Girl. 

6790. Holland Farm House. 

6791. Gathering Fire Wood. 

6792. The Long Barn, Rumson Road. 

6793. The Valley After the Storm. 

6794. The Barnyard. 

6795. A Winter Moon, Laren. 

6796. Oak Trees. 

6797. Spring Plowing. 

6798. The River Docks. Norwalk. 

6799. Fairy Rings. 

6800. Ali Baba's House. 

6801. Rue Ben Ali. 

6802. Rue Thebes. 

6803. Rue Kleber. 

6804. The Three Arabs. 

6805. Arab Gateway. 

6806. Old Madrid. 

Lent by Solon H. Borglum, Esq. 



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Minor, Robert C. 

6807. Morning on the Niantic River, Conn. 
0808. Evening. 

Lent by Kennedy & Co., JN'ew 
York. 

Monks, John A. S. 

Born Cold Spring-on-Hudson, N. Y., 1850. 
Studied with George N. Case (etching) and 
George Inness (painting). 

430. Rocky Road. 

Gallery 30. Wall C. 

6809. New England Home. 

Moran, Mary Nimmo. 

Born, Strathaven, near Glasgow, Scotland, 
1842; died 1899. Came to the U. S. when a 
child. In 1863 she married Thomas Moran, 
and in 1867 went with him to England, France 
and Italy. Her work was chiefly water color 
until 1879, when she began etching. 

368. Gardner's Bay, Long Island. 

Lent by Frederick Keppel & Co. 
Gallery 30, Wall B. 

377. The Edge of a Georgian Pond. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 
380. Twilight : Easthampton. 

Lent by Thomas Moran, Esq. 
Gallery 30, Wall B. 

394. Goose Pond. 

Lent by A. S. MacDonald. 
Gallery 30, Wall B. 

Moran, Peter. 

Born Bolton, Lancashire, England, 1841; 
came to America as a child; studied with his 
brothers, Thomas and Edward Moran, in Phil- 
adelphia; and in London. Member: Phila. 
Soc. of E. Honors: Medal, Centennial Exp., 
Phila., 1876; medal for etchings on copper; 
gold medal, AAS 1902; gold medal, AC Phila., 
1904. 

438. On the Road to Albueraue. 

Lent by George Frederick Keene, 

Esq. 
Gallery 30, Wall D. 

6810. Woodland Pool. 

6811. Evening. 

6812. Spring. 

6813. Plowing the Stubble. 

6814. Return from Pasture. 

6815. July Harvest. 

6816. On the Road to Santa Fe. 

6817. Plowing. 

6818. On the Neshaminy, Morning. 

6819. On the Neshaminy, Evening. -;j 

Moran, Thomas. 

Born Bolton, Lancashire, England, 1837; 
brought to America in 1844. Studied with 
James Hamilton in Phila.; in London, Paris 
and Italy. Member: ANA 1881, NA 1884; 
AWCS; PAFA. Honors: Medal and diploma, 
Centennial Exp., Phila., 1876; silver medal, 
Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; gold medal, AAS 
190'2. 

378. An Old Apple Orchard. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 
388. Hook Pond, Easthampton. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 
?>93. The Breaking Wave. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 

395. The Light House. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 
442. Solitude. 

Lent by Louis Katz, Esq. 
Gallery 30, Wall D. 

6820. A Montauk Pond. 



Moran, Thomas (Continued). 

6821. A Turkish Bazaar. 

6822. Twilight. 

6823. A Tower of Cortez. 

6824. Pass of Glencoe. 
($825. Harlech Castle. 

6826. Old Church of San Juan, New Mex- 

ico. 

Mullgardt, Louis Christian. 

Born Washington, Mo., 1866. Studied: 
Public Schools; Harvard University. 

Member of the International Jury of 
Awards, Panama-Pacific International Exposi- 
tion, San Francisco, 1915. 

420. East Entrance to Varied Industries 
Building. 

Gallery 30, Wall C. 

423. Carmel Mission, Carmel-by-the-Sea, 
California. 

Gallery 30, Wall C. 

427. West Side of Education Building. 
Gallery 30, Wall C. 

Nahl, Perham W. 

Born San Francisco, 1869. Studied: Mark 
Hopkins Institute of Art, California School of 
Design, Akademie Heymann, Munchen. Hon- 
ors: Medal, Alaska-Yukon Exposition, Seat- 
tle; First prize poster (Thirteenth Labor of 
Hercules) for the Panama-Pacific Internation- 
al Exposition. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

649. Monterev Cypress. 

Gallery '33, Wall A. 
653. Pan and Syrinx. 

Gallery 33, Wall A. 
656. Arbolado. 

Gallery 33, Wall A. 
845. Evening. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

6827. Redwoods at Palo, California. 

6828. Arbolado, No. 2. 

6829. Storm. 

683t). California Hills. 

6831. Oak and Underbrush. 

6832. The Hunchback. 

6833. Coast Scene. 

6834. Marsh and Uplands. 

6835. Monterey Hills. 

Newman, Victor Winthrop. 

Born London, England, 1860. Studied: 
London, England; New York. 

6836. Alice. 

6837. George Washington. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

Newsam, Albert. 

Born Steubenville, Ohio. 1809; died near 
Wilmington, Del., 1864. He was the son of 
a boatman, and born deaf and dumb. In 1827 
he was apprenticed to C. G. Childs to be 
taught engraving, and in 1830 produced some 
excellent lithographic portraits, and became 
the most noted and prolific lithographic artist 
of his time. 

6838. Andrew Jackson. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

Nordfeldt, Bror J. 

Born Tulsborj, Sweden, 1878. Studied: 
AIC; Albert Herter in New York; Laurens 
in Paris. Honors: Silver medal, Italy, 1906. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



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Norfeldt, Bror J. (Continued). 

661. The Incoming Fog. 

Gallery 33, Wall A. 

662. Little Italy, Chicago. 

Gallery 33, Wall A. 

663. The Jew of Tangier. 

Gallery 33, Wall A. 

666. My Mother. 

Gallery 33, Wall A. 

667. Hee Jan. 

Gallery 33, Wall A. 
671. Barges on the North Branch, Chicago. 

Gallery 33, Wall A. 
(571*. The Open Hearth Furnace, Chicago. 

Gallery 33, Wall A. 
002. The Piano. 

Gallery 34, Wall D. 
6830. California Street, San Francisco. 

6840. Chinatown Shops. 

6841. Crowley's Wharf. 

6842. The Edge of Chinatown. 

6843. Golden Gate Beach. 

6844. The Mounted Policeman. 

6845. Telegraph Hill. 

6846. The Electric Tram, Portland, Ore. 

6847. The Bessemer Converter, Chicago. 

6848. Bridge Builders, Chicago. 

6840. Calumet River, South Deering, Chi- 
cago. 

6850. The Coal Crusher, Chicago. 

6851. Entrance to the Field Museum, Chi- 
cago. 

6852. Field Museum No. 2. 

6853. Grain Elevators, South Deering. 

6854. Illinois-Michigan Canal, Chicago. 

6855. The Little Hub, Chicago. 

6856. The Logan Monument, Chicago. 

6857. The Night Shift, Chicago. 

6858. Park Row, Chicago. 
6850. Pasquale Scale, Chicago. 

6860. 638 S. Clark Street, Chicago. 

6861. Sacco Grande, Tangier. 

6862. Ca di Mosto, Venice. 

6863. The House of the Madonna. 

6864. Anglers The Mist, 

6865. The Branch. 

6866. The Bridge. 

6867. The Rock, Nahant. 

6868. The Skyrocket. 

6860. Small Wave, Moonrise. 

6870. The Tree. 

6871. The Illinois Steel Company, Chicago. 



Norman, John. 

Born in England, 1748; died in Boston, 
1817. First known work in "Swan's British 
Architect," or "The Builder's Treasury ot 
Staircases," published in Philadelphia, July 5, 
1775. He engraved for a number of publi- 
cations and magazines and in 1782 a series 
of portraits. His chief claim to fame is the 
fact that he was probably the first engraver 
in America to attempt a portrait of Wash- 
ington, about 1779. 

6872. George Washington. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 



Northcote, Stafford M. 

Born Brooklyn, 1869. Studied engraving 
with E. Heineman; drawing and painting at 
Art Inst., Brooklyn, under Boyle. Honors: 
Hon. Men. Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; 
bronze medal, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904. 

347. Playmates. 

Gallery 30, Wall A. 
6873. Return from the Fields. 



Orr, Louis. 

710. Westminster Abbey, London. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 
715. Pout Neuf, Paris. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 
6874. Les Saintes Maries. 
(5875. Court of the Library, Rouen Cathe- 
dral. 
6876. Chapel of St. Antoine, St. Trophime, 

Aries. 

(5877. Fort St. Andre, Avignon. 
6878. Rue St. Severin, Paris. 
6870. L'Eglise aux Stes, Maries de la Mer. 

Otis, Bass. 

Born New England, 1784; died Philadel- 
phia, 1861. He invented the Perspective Pro- 
tractor, 1815, and made the first lithograph 
on stone produced in America, 1819. 



6880. 



Second Known American Lithograph. 
Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 



Page, William. 

Born Albany, N. Y., 1811; died Tottenville, 
Staten Island," N. Y., 1885. Painted in Al- 
bany and New York and became president of 
the NAD in 1871-73. Hi earliest attempts 
in engraving were made in 1834, when he en- 
graved in mezzotint an excellent portrait of 
Edwin Forrest, "the best specimen of that art 
produced by an American." 

6881. Rev. James Milnor. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

Parrish, Stephen. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1846. Self-taught. 
Member: R. Soc. Painter-Etchers, London; 
N. Y. Etching C. 

371. Fisherman's House, Cape Ann. 

Lent by A. S. Macdonald, Esq. 
Gallery 30, Wall B. 



Partington, Gertrude. 

Born Heasham, England. 
and Madrid. 



Studied: Paris 



400. 



Beach and Cliffs at San Francisco. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 
410. Old Telegraph Hill. 

Gallery 30, Wall C. 
464. Portrait Mile, da Cordoba, 

Gallery 30, Wall D. 

Partridge, G. Koy. 

Born Centralia, Wash., 1888. Studied: 

Nat'l Academy of Design, N. Y. Member: 

Chicago SE; Calif. Soc. of E. 

686. St. Etienne du Mont. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

687. St. Cloud. 

Gallery 33, W T all B. 

688. Tanagra and Marguerites. 

Gallery 33, Wall A. 
680. Ambition Bound. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 
600. Dancing Water. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

602. White Butterfly. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

603. In a King's House. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

604. Notre Dame. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

6882. The Hessian Messenger. 

6883. Das Bettler Madchen. 

6884. A House in Hessia. 

6885. Ephemera. 



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Partridge, G. Eoy (Continued). 

6886. Lace from Paris. 

6887. La Petite Reine. 
Le Pantheon. 

La Maison Blanche. 

6890. Le Louvre No. 1. 

6891. Le Pont de la Tournelle, Paris. 

6892. The Photographer's Shop. 

6893. Le Pont Neuf. 

6894. Le Louvre No. 3. 
({895. Gypsy. 

6896. The Veil. 

6897. Ex Libris, St. Clare Shepard. 

6898. Ex Libris, O. V. 

6899. Ex Libris F. H. 

6900. Ex Libris R. P. 

6901. Ex Libris F. P. 

6902. La Porte de Moret. 

6903. Le Louvre No. 4. 

6904. Egalite de la Mendiante. 

6905. Dharyamana. 

6906. Winter Moon. 

6907. The Buttress. 

6908. Early Morning, Notre Dame de Paris. 

6909. Winter Blossoms. 

6910. The Greek. 

6911. L'Annonciation. 

6912. The Hut in the Clearing. 

6913. Portrait of a Young Man. 

6914. Le Louvre No. 2. 

6915. Over the Seine. 



Patterson, Margaret. 

Born Socrabajia, Java. Studied: Pratt 
Inst. under Arthur Dow in Brooklyn; Charles 
H. Woodbury in Boston; Castellucho in Italy. 
Director of Drawing, Boston Public Schools. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

858. Le Pouldu, Brittany. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

859. The Hyer's House, Chatham. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

861. The Tall Trees. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

862. The Swan. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

6916. The Sands, Chatham. 

Paulus, Francis Petrus. 

Born Detroit, Mich, 1862. Studied: 
PAFA; Royal Academy in Munich with 
Loefftz; Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris with 
Bonnat. Member: SWA; Chicago SE; La 
Gravure Originale en Noir; Societe Inter, des 
Beaux-Arts et des Lettres. 

540. Old Beggar Woman. 

Gallery 32, Wall A. 
546. Head of an Old Man. 

Gallery 32, Wall A. 
741. The Coppersmiths. 

Gallery 33, Wall C. 
875. Fish Market, Bruges, No. 1. 

Gallery 34, Wall C. 
877. Fish Market, Bruges, No. 2. 

Gallery 34, Wall C. 
891. Belfry of Bruges. 

-Gallery 34, Wall C. 

6917. In the Ancient Crypt, Bruges. 

6918. Quai des Menetriers, Bruges. 

6919. Quai des Menetriers, Bruges (color). 

6920. Old Rag Market, Bruges. 

6921. Eel Woman. 

6922. Sunshine and Shadow (color). 

6923. An Old Canal, Bruges. 

6924. An Old Canal, Bruges (color). 

6925. Old Market under the Trees, Bruges. 

6926. Old Philosopher. 

C927. In the Outskirts of Bruges. 



Peale, Charles Willson. 

Born Chestertown, Md., 1741; died in Phil- 
adelphia, 1827. He began life as a saddler 
and pursued portrait painting without regular 
instruction until 1768, when he went to Eng- 
land and resided in the household of Benja- 
min West. He painted at Mount Vernon the 
first and earliest authentic portrait of Wash- 
ington, May, 1772. He was one of the found- 
ers of The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts 
in 1805, and a director until 1810. 



6928. 



Rev. Joseph Pilmore. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 



Peale, Rembrandt. 

Born Bucks County, Pa., 1778; died Phila- 
delphia, 1860. Portrait painter. Studied with 
his father, Charles Willson Peale, and Benja- 
min West. 

444. Lord Byron. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 
Gallery 30, Wall D. 



Pearson, Ralph M. 

Born Angus, la., 1883. Studied with C. F. 
Browne and J. H. Vanderpoel. Honors: First 
prize for best landscape in 1914 exhibition of 
Chicago Soc. of E. Etching purchased by com- 
mittee for collection of Chicago Art Institute. 

Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

583' Site of New Field Museum. 

Gallery 32, Wall B. 
584. Winter in Jackson Park. 

Gallery 32, Wall B. 
586. Structural Iron. 

Gallery 32, Wall B. 
658. Rough Water Outside. 

Gallery 33, Wall A. 
860. Moonlight,' Pont de 1'Arche. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

6929. Open Hearth Furnaces. 

6930. The Asphalters. 

6931. The Track Gang. 

6932. A Rock River Sunset. 

6933. Field Museum. 

6934. A Kansas City Bluff. 

6935. Elverhoj Studios. 

6936. Black Hawk Country. 

6937. Squaw Rock. 

6938. Lincoln Monument. 

6939. Shanties of the Mississippi. 

6940. Loggers on the Mississippi. 

6941. Bookplate, Grace Dickerson. 

6942. Bookplate, Ruth Pearson. 

6943. Bookplate, John Irwin Scull. 

6944. Bookplate, Leroy Truman Goble. 

6945. Bookplate, Wallace Hickman. 

6946. Bookplate, Winifred Goble. 

6947. Bookplate, Frank O. Lowden. 

(5948. Bookplate, Florence M. Hemlershot. 



Pekenino, Michele. 

Very little is known of the Italian Peke- 
nino, but in all probability he appeared in New 
York in 1820. He located in Philadelphia in 
1821-22, and became an intimate friend of 
A. B. Durand, whose picture he engraved. 
Most of his plates were engraved for Ameri- 
can publisher?. 

6949. Rev. Stephen Gano. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 



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Pelham, Peter. 

Born England; buried in Boston, Mass., 
1751. He was engraving in London from 
1722-25. He came to Boston prior to 1727, 
since in that year he painted, engraved and 
published a portrait of Cotton Mather. He 
married Mrs. Mary Singleton Copley, the 
mother of John Singleton Copley, the Ameri- 
can artist. 

6050. Rubens. 

6951. Cotton Mather. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

Pennell, Joseph. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1860. Studied: 
PAFA and Pa. School of Industrial Art. 
Member: ANA 1907; NA 1909; Nat. Inst. 
AL; Phila. WCC (hon.) ; N. Y. Arch. Lg., 
1894; New York and Phila. Etching Clubs; 
Inter. Soc. of Painters, Sculptors anu Gravers, 
London; Soc. of Illustrators, London and New 
York. Member: Royal Belgian Academy; 
Royal Soc. of Painters-Etchers, London; So- 
ciete Peintres et Graveurs, Paris. Honors: 
Hon. Men., Paris Exp., 1889; Medal, AC 
Phila., 1892; medal, Columbian Exp., Chica- 
go, 1893; gold medals, Paris Exp., 1900; Hon. 
Men., Paris Salon, 1901; Silver Medal, Pan- 
Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; Gold Medal, Dres- 
den, 190'3; Chairman of Jury, Louisiana Pur- 
chase Exp., 1904, and Commemorative Medal; 
Gold Medal, Liege, 1905; Grand Prix, Milan, 
1906; Barcelona, 1907; Gold Medal, Brussels, 
1910; Gold Medal, Amsterdam, 1912; Medal, 
London Royal Society, 1914; Grand Prix, 
Florence Societa degli Belli Arti, 1915. 

Member of the International Jury of 
Awards, Panama-Pacific International Exposi- 
tion, San Francisco, 1915. 

The Wonder of Work. 

Panama Series. 
495. Guard Gate, Gatun. 

Gallery 31, Wall A. 
499. The Out, Culebra. 

Gallery 31, Wall B. 
501. Steam Shovel. 

Gallery 31, Wall B. 
504. Guard Gate, Gatun No. 2. 

Gallery 31, Wall B. 

506. Bottom of Gatun Lock. 

Gallery 31, Wall B. 

509. End of the Day, Gatun Lock. 

Gallery 31, Wall B. 

511. Bottom of Pedro Miguel. 

Gallery 31, Wall B. 
514. Cranes at Miraflores. 

Gallery 31, Wall B. 

6952. The Cut from Culebra. 

6953. The Walls of Miraflores. 

6954. Steam Shovel in the Cut. 

6955. Bishop's Walk, Panama. 

New York Series. 

507. Cortland Street by Night. 

Gallery 31, Wall B. 

508. Palisades and Palaces. 

Gallery 31, Wall B. 

510. Times Building. 

Gallery 31, Wall B. 

512. Hail America. 

Gallery 31, Wall B. 
516. The Avenue. 

Gallery 31, Wall C. 
518. The Elevated. 

Gallery 31, Wall C. 
520. The Woolworth Bldg. 

Gallery 31, Wall C. 
522. The White Tower. 

Gallery 31, Wall C. 

6956. Building a Skyscraper at Night. 

6957. Cortland Street. 



Pennell, Joseph (Continued). 

6958. Misty Morning. 
Pittsburgh and Chicago Series. 

482. Under the Bridge, Chicago. 

Gallery 31, Wall A. 

486. On the Way to Bessemer. 

Gallery 31, Wall A. 

488. Pittsburgh, No. 3. 

Gallery 31, Wall A. 
500. Pittsburgh, No. 2. 

Gallery 31, Wall B. 

529. Stockyards, Chicago. 

Gallery 31, Wall D. 

530. Grain Elevators, Chicago. 

Gallery 31, Wall D. 

6959. Mining Village. 

6960. The Mine. 

6961. Tracks, Chicago. 

San Francisco Series. 

484. Up to the Fairmont, 

Gallery 31, Wall A. 

6962. Market Street. 

6963. Down to the Bay. 

6964. Kearny Street. 

6965. Looking West. 

6966. Chinatown. 

6967. Isles of the Bay. 

6968. Seal Rocks. 

Washington Series. 

6969. The Avenue, Washington. 

6970. The Way up to the Capitol. 

Yosemite Series. 

483. The Cathedral Door. 

Gallery 31, Wall A. 

485. At the Foot of the Falls. 

Gallery 31, Wall A. 

487. Falls at Night. 

Gallery 31, Wall A. 
Grand Canyon Series. 

489. Storm in the Canyon. 

Gallery 31, Wall A. 
492. The Walled City. 

Gallery 31, Wall A. 
497. The Castle. 

Gallery 31, Wall A. 
Philadelphia, 1914. 

6971. Girard Street. 

6972. Upsala, Germantown. 

6973. Cliveden, The Chew House. 

6974. Philadelphia from Belmont. 

6975. The Philadelphia Club. 

6976. Main Street, Germantown. 

6977. The Tunnel in the Park. 

6978. Down Sansome Street from Eighth 

Street. 

6979. The Massed Skyscrapers Above the 

Housetops. 

6980. The Dining Room, Stenton. 

6981. The Hall at Cliveden, The Chew 

House. 

6982. The Bridge Across Market Street, 

from Broad Street Station. 

6983. The Dining Room at Cliveden. 

6984. The Hall, Stenton. 

6985. Morris House, Germantown. 

6986. Wyck, the Doorway from Within. 

6987. The Elevated at Market* Street 

Wharf. 

6988. Upper Room at Stenton. 

6989. Bed Room, Stenton, the Home of 

James Logan. 

6990. Library, C. J. Wistar Residence. 

6991. Hall, C. J. Wistar Residence. 

6992. Interior, C. J. Wistar Residence. 

6993. The Water Works. 

Belgian Series. 
515. Grip at Serang. 

Gallery 31, Wall C. 
517. Old and New Mills at Valenciennes. 

Gallery 31, Wall C. 
519. The Dump, Serang. 

Gallerv 31, Wall C. 
524. The Iron Gate. Charleroi. 

Gallery 81, Wall D, 



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Pennell, Joseph (Continued). 

525. Modern Hobbema, Oharleroi. 

Gallery 31, Wall D. 
532. Creusot. 

Gallery 31, Wall D. 

6994. Mills on the Meuse. 

6995. Avenue at Valenciennes. 

6996. Landscape of Work. 

English Series. 

498. St. Paul's Out of My Window. 
Gallery 31, Wall B. 

502. Wren's City. 

Gallery 31, Wall B. 

503. River of Work, Leeds. 

Gallery 31, Wall B. 
505. Low Moor Works, Bradford. 

Gallery 31, Wall B. 
513. The Big S'tack, Sheffield. 

Gallery 31, Wall B. 

526. Copper at Cardiff. 

Gallery 31, Wall D. 

6997. The Great Chimney, Bradford. 

6998. The Great White Cloud, Leeds. 

6999. Mond Gas. 

7000. Old and New England. 

7001. The Winding Stair, Leeds. 

7002. Forges at Sheffield. 

7003. Dinner Time, Greengates. 

7004. Building Dover Pier. 

7005. Tea Tower. 

German Series. 
521. New Rhine Castles. 

Gallery 31, Wall C. 

7006. Landing Place, Duisburg. 

7007. New Haven, Duisburg. 

7008. Cranes at Duisburg. 

7009. Tracks of Oberhausen. 

Greek Series. 

528. Columns of Temple of Jupiter, Even- 
ing. 

Gallery 31, Wall D. 

7010. Temple of Castor and Pollux, Gir- 

genti. 

7011. The Wine Dark Sea. 

Italian Series. 

490. Rebuilding the Campanile No. 2. 

Gallery 31, Wall A. 

491. Old and New Rome. 

Gallery 31, Wall A. 

493. Rebuilding the Campanile, Venice. 

Gallery 31, Wall A. 

494. Rebuilding the Campanile No. 3. 

Gallery 31, Wall A. 
496. On the Pincio, Rome. 

Gallery 31, Wall A. 
European Series. 

527. White Mills, Holland. 

Gallery 31, Wall D. 

7012. Court of the Fishpond. 

Zeppelins. 
523. Zeppelin Shed. 

Gallery 31, Wall C. 
531. Zeppelin Coming Out. 

Gallery 31, Wall D. 
London in War Time. 

7013. Searchlights Over St. Paul's. 
1014. London Lights, No. 2. 



Perard, Victor Semon. 

Born Paris, France, 1870. Studied: NAD 
and ASL in New York; Ecole des Beaux-Arts 
in Paris, under Gerome. 

417. Brooklyn Bridge. 

Gallery 30, Wall C. 

418. The Madeleine. 

Gallery 30. Wall C. 

7015. Portrait Sketch. 

7016. Tours de Carcassonne. 

7017. The Old Organ Grinder. 



Percy, Isabelle C. 

Born Alameda, Cal., 1882. Studied with 
Dow and Snell in New York; Brangwyn in 
London. Member: Calif. Arts and Crafts; 
N. S. Crafts; Calif. Sketch C. Instructor 
Berkeley School of Arts and Crafts. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

873. Cathedral, Ronda, Spain. 

Gallery 34, Wall C. 

874. Market Place, Pont Aven, Bretagne. 

Gallery 34, Wall C. 

7018. Marine Woods. 

7019. Cervantes Inn, Toledo, Spain. 

7020. Street in Granada, Spain. 

Piazzoni, Gottardo F. P. 

Born Intragna, Switzerland, 1872. Studied: 
San Francisco, Paris, Rome. 

547. Avenue des Champs Elysees, Paris. 

Gallery 32, Wall A. 

548. Mountain Home, Switzerland. 

Gallery 32, Wall A. 

549. The S'eine, Neuilly, France. 

Gallery 32, Wall A. 

7021. Italian Pines, Rome. 

7022. St. Peter from Villa Borghese, 

Rome. 

7023. Stone Dwellings. 

7024. Spring in the Alps. 

7025. View of Montmartre from Neuilly, 

France. 

7026. Ebb Tide, Green Brae. 

7027. Dawn, Green Brae Slough. 

7028. Wooded Hillside, Marin County. 

7029. The Old Oak Trunk No. 1. 

7030. The Old Oak Trunk No. 2. 

7031. Avenue de la Grande Armee. 

Platt, Charles A. 

Born New York, 1861. Studied: NAD and 
ADL in New York; Boulanger and Lefebvre 
in Paris. Member: SAA 1888; ANA 1897; 
NA 1911: Nat. Inst. A. L.; AWCS; London 
Soc. of Painter-Etchers; N. Y. Chapter AIA. 
Honors: Webb prize, SAA 1894; bronze 
medal, Paris Exp., 1900; silver medal, Pan- 
Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901. 

375. Fish House. 

Lent by A. S. Macdonald, Esq. 
Gallery 30, Wall B. 

Plowman, George T. 

Born Le Sueur, Minn.. Oct. 19, 1869. 
Studied: Paris, Maurice Achener; Royal Col- 
lege of Art, London, Sir Frank Short; Cen- 
tral School of Art, London. Member: Cal. 
Soc. of E. 

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

739. Mezzotint. 

Gallery 33, Wall C. 
783. St. Nicholas du Chardonnet. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 
785. Passage de Patriarchs, Paris. 

Gallery 33', Wall D. 
788. Notre Dame, Paris. 

Gallery, 33, Wall D. 

7032. St. Etienne du Mont, Paris. 

7033. Ye Old Dick, London. 

7034. Rue de Pretres, St. Severin, Paris. 

7035. St. Martins in the Fields, London. 

7036. Hotel de Sens, Paris. 

7037. The Monument, London. 

7038. Maison Victor Hugo, Paris. 
703T). Maison de Balzac. 

7040. Impasse des Boeufs, Paris. 

7041. Staples Inn, London. 



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Plowman, George T. (Continued). 

7042. Roofs of Paris. 

7043. Strasburg, Germany. 

7044. Passage, Moret, Paris. 

7045. Shot Tower, London. 

7046. Cloth Fair, Smithfipld, London. 

7047. Viterbo, Italy. 

7048. Towers of Noire Dame, Paris. 

7049. Rue de la Harpe. 

7050. Wurtzburg, Germany. 

7051. Le "Vieux Coin, Paris. 

7052. Faneuil Hall, Boston. 

7053. In Rome. 

7054. California Landscape. 

7055. Below Bridge, London. 
705(5. Lemaison Desolee. 

7057. Quartier St. Severin. 

7058. St. Sulpice, Paris. 

7059. In San Francisco. 

7060. Near St. John's Gate, London. 

7061. Trinity Church, Boston, Mass. 

7062. Pantheon, Paris. 

7063. Tannery, Paris. 

Quinlan, Will J. 

Born Brooklyn, N. Y., 1877. Studied with 
J. B. Whittaker at Adelphi College; NAD 
in New York under Maynard and Ward; 
architecture at Pratt Inst. 

644. Building a Viaduct. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 

645. Edge of the Sassafras Grove. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 

673. Burling Slip, New York City. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

674. New York Towers. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

7064. Van Cortlandt Mansion. 

7065. The Clam Diggers. 

7066. At Yonkers Refinery. 

7067. Sassafras Trees No. 1. 

7068. Sassafras Trees No. 2. 

7069. Cathedral of St. John the Divine. 

7070. Overhauling a Three-Master. 

7071. Metropolitan Life and Worth Monu- 

ment. 

7072. Madison Square Tower. 

7073. Portrait of an Old Man. 

7074. Metropolitan Life and Madison 

Square Towers. 

7075. Tower of Manhattan Bridge. 

7076. From Washington Heights, New 

York City. 

7077. Fixing the Bowsprit. 

7078. Trees and Rocks. 

7079. The Old Spy Oak. 

7080. Under the Brooklyn Bridge. 

7081. Brooklvn Bridge from James Slip. 

7082. Weatherbeaten Sentinels No. 1. 

7083. Weatherbeaten Sentinels No. 2. 

7084. Repairing the Damage. 

7085. A New York Canyon. 

7086. Stone Bridge, Central Park, New 

York. 

7087. Constructing the Bankers' Trust 

Building. 

7088. New York Public Library No. 1. 

7089. New York Public Library No. 2. 

7090. A Oueensboro Bridge. 

7091. Broadway from Bowling Green. 

7092. The Smith Building, Seattle. 

7093. Eleventh Street Bridge, Tacoma. 

7094. Broad Street, New York City. 

7095. Coentie's Slip, New York City. 

Randolph, Lee F. 

Born Ravenna, O., 1880. Studied: Cin- 
cinnati Art Acad.; N. Y. Art Students' 
League, Kenyon Cox; Ecole des Beaux- Arts, 
Bonnat; Julian Acad., Laurens. Member- 
Cal. Soc. of E. 



Randolph, Lee F. (Continued). 

577. A Wind-Swept Pine, Monterey. 

Gallery 32, Wall B. 

578. San Carlos Mission, Monterey. 

Gallery 32, Wall B. 
Old Church at Grez. 



585. 
590. 



Gallery 32, Wall B. 
L'Eglise de Nemours. 



Gallery 32, Wall B. 

7096. Sewing. 

7097. Church of St. S'ulpice, Paris. 

7098. The Church Tower. 

7099. Old Church Tower at Grez. 

7100. An Arab Doorway, Constantine, 

Algeria. 

7101. L'Eglise d'Ecquelles, France. 

7102. Farm Court at Moret, France. 

7103. Le Pantheon, Paris. 

7104. Notre Dame de Paris. 

7105. Le Posterne, Moret. 

7106. Dans la Court, Moret. 

7107. A Little Holland Maid. 

7108. St. Gervais, Paris. 

7109. The Butcher Shop, Moret, France. 

7110. La Malmaison. 

7111. The Shop, Old Paris. 

7112. La Maison en Bois, Coudebec. 

7113. A Corner of Chartres Cathedral. 

7114. Old Cypress of Monterey. 

7115. L T nloading. 



Reed, Earl H. 

Born Geneva, 111., 1863. Self-taught. Mem- 
ber: Chicago SE (Pres.); Chicago SA; SWA. 

558. The Homing Call. 

Gallery 32, Wall A. 

691. A City's Highway. 

Galloiy &y, Wall B. 

7116. The Troopeis of the Sky. 

7117. Over tho Wasto Places. 

7118. A Highway of the Winds. 

7119. A Forgotten Harvest. 

7120. The Voices of the Dunes. 
7J21. Heralds of the Storm. 

7122. Among the Sand Hills. 

7123. Neighborhood Gossip. 

7124. The Course of True Love. 

7125. Solitude. 

7126. Marsh Hay Stacks. 

7127. In Somebody's Orchard. 

7128. The First Temples. 

7129. The Wind-Swept Dunes. 

7130. Dawn in the Hills. 

7131. The Edge of the Forest. 

7132. The Fisherman's Home. 

7133. A North Woods Hermitage. 

7134. Old Apple Trees. 

7135. Derelicts. 

7136. The Requiem of the Leaves. 

7137. Twilight on the Dunes. 

Reindel, Wilhelm G. 

Born Eraser, Mich., June 25, 1871. 

7138. Siesta. 

7139. The Heath. 



Revere, Paul. 

Born Boston, Mass., 1735; died there 1818. 
He was trained by his father to engrave on 
gold and silver plate. His work is crude in 
execution, valuable only for its historical in- 
terest. 

7140. A Conference Between Some Indian 

Chiefs and Colonel Bouquet. 

7141. The Mitred Minuet. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

7142. King Philip. 

Lent by C. A. Munn, Esq. 



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Ritchie, Alexander Hay. 

Born Glasgow, Scotland, 1822. Came to 
New York in 1841; earliest prints issued 
about 1847. He became an Associate of the 
Academy in 1863 and an Academician of the 
National Academy of Design in 1871. 

449. The March to the Sea (after Dar- 
ley). 

Lent by Mrs. F. O. C. Darley. 

Bosenthal, Albert. 

Born Philadelphia, 1863. Studied with his 
father,- Max Rosenthal; PAFA; Ecole des 
Beaux-Arts in Paris under Gerome, and in 
Munich. Honors: Bronze medal, Louisiana 
Purchase Exp., 1904; gold medal, AAS 1907. 

367. William H. Taft (after Zorn). 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 
379. Theodore Roosevelt (after Sargent). 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 

7143. Rev. William H. Furness. 

7144. Lawn Tennis Club (after Bridg- 

man). 

Rosenthal, Max. 

Born Turck, Russian Poland, Nov. 23, 1833; 
came to Phila. 1849. Studied with Carl Har- 
nich in Berlin; Martin Thumanger in Paris; 
Schussele in Philadelphia. Honors: Bronze 
medal, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904. Did 
much lithographic work. 

372. Mrs. Benedict Arnold and Child. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 

373. General James Wilkinson. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 

374. Washington (after Stuart). 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 

7145. Washington (after Trumbull). 

7146. Franklin (after C. W. Peale). 

7147. Franklin (after C. W. Peale) 

(color). 

7148. Edward VII. 

7149. Lincoln. 

7150. Alexander Hamilton (after Inman). 

7151. General John C'adwallader. 

7152. Richard Henry Lee. 

7153. Col. William S. Staith. 

7154. Col. Walter Stewart. 

7155. Charles Thompson. 

7156. Rev. Jacob Duche. 

7157. Col. Knowlton. 

7158. Washington (after Sharpies). 

7159. Washington (after St. Memin). 

7160. Washington (after St. Memin). 

7161. St. Memin. 

7162. Napoleon (after Isabey). 

7163. Edward Savage. 

7164. Toussard. 

7165. Daniel Webster. 

7166. Daniel Webster. 

Both, Ernest David. 

Born Stuttgart, Germany, 1879. Studied: 
NAD in New York. Member: NYWCC; 
Salma. C. Honors: 3rd prize, Salmagundi 
Club, 1911; 1st prize, Salmagundi Club, 1912. 
First prize for best architectural subject in 
1914 Exhibition Chicago Soc. of E. Etching 
purchased by Committee for Collection of Chi- 
cago Art Institute. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Ex-position, San Francisco, 1915. 

617. Grim Florence. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 

620. Ca' d'oro, Venice. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 

621. The Arch of the Conca. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 



Roth, Ernest David (Continued). 

623. H Campo Margherita, Venice. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 

624. The Buttress. Ponte Vecchio. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 

627. Ponte del Trinita, Florence. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 

628. Assisi. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 

629. Florentine Roofs. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 

7167. The Bridges, Florence. 

7168. San Gimignano, the Towers. 

7169. The Bridge, Venice. 

7170. A Venetian Doorway. 

7171. Poplars near Florence. 

7172. The Ghetto, Venice. 

7173. The Little Mosque, Stamboul. 

7174. A German Barnyard. 

7175. The Gate, Venice. 

7176. On the Arno, Florence. 

7177. Fiesole from San Francesca. 

7178. The Buttress, Ponte Trinita, Flor- 

ence. 

7179. San Gregorio, Venice. 

7180. A Ouiet Canal, Venice. 

7181. Ponte Vecchio, Afternoon. 

7182. Florence. 

7183. Or San Michele, Florence. 

Rubins, H. W. 

Born Buffalo, N. Y., 1865. Studied: Art 
Institute, Chicago; Minneapolis School of Fine 
Arts. 

826. Arriving Steamer. 

Gallery 34, Wall A. 
838. Chicago River. 

Gallery 34, Wall A. 

Ryder, Worth. 

Born Kirkwood, 111., Nov. 10. 1884. Studied: 
Art Students' League, New York; Royal Ba- 
varian Academy, Munich, Germany. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Ex-position, San Francisco, 1915. 

421. Alt Munchenerin. 

Gallery 30, Wall C. 
424. Flemish Woman. 

Gallery 30, Wall C. 
428. The Veronese. 

Gallery 30, Wall C. 
601. Bavarian Girl. 

Gallery 32, Wall C. 

7184. Woman of Dochau. 

St. Memin, Charles B. J. Fevret de. 

Born Dijon, France, Mar. 12, 1770; died 
there June 23, 1852. Came to Canada in 
1793, and soon after to New York. He in- 
troduced the engraving of portraits by means 
of the "physionotrace," a machine invented 
by Edme Queneday of Paris. St. Memin made 
some improvements upon this device, and with 
it he made on a tinted paper a profile a little 
le=s than life size; this he finished by hand 
with crayons directly from the sitter. Taking 
this finished crayon drawing as a guide, he 
used a pantograph of special design to reduce 
the profile, so that it would go inside a circle 
of about two inches in diameter, faintly 
scratching the reduced drawing directly on the 
copperplate. This copper was now etched and 
finished in aquatint, assisted by the roulette. 
These portraits became very popular, and St. 
Memin, traveling from north to south over the 
country, produced about 80O small plates. He 
returned to France in 1810, but came back to 
the United States two years later and remained 
until 1814. He then settled permanently in 



BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX ETCttEKS, ETC. 



St. Memin, Charles B. J. Fevret de (Cont'd) 
France, and from 1817 until his death he was 
the director of the museum of his native city 
of Dijon. 

7185. Meriwether Lewis. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

Sartain, John. 

Born London, England, 180-8; died in Phila- 
delphia, 1897. He came to this country in 
1830' and made some excellent plates both in 
line and stipple. From 1841 to 1852 he was 
art manager and engraver for a number of 
magazines. His total number of engraved 
plates numbers about ISO'O 1 . 

7186. Common Deer. 

7187. Sir Thomas Lawrence. 

7188. Osceola. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

Savage, Edward. 

Born Princeton, Mass., 1761; died there 
1817. Originally a goldsmith, but as early as 
1789 painted portraits. Went to London, 
where he learned engraving in stipple and 
mezzotint. His Washington prints were issued 
in 1792-93. He returned to Boston about 1794, 
and in 1795 exhibited the first panorama ever 
feen in that city. 

436. The Washington Family. 

Lent by Louis Katz, Esq. 
Gallery 30, Wall D. 
Sawyer, Phil. 

Born Chicago, 1877. Studied: Chicago, 
Yale School, New York, Paris, Germany, Italy. 

914. Whiskers. 

Gallery S'4, Wall D. 

915. The White House (color). 

Gallery 34, Wall D. 

916. Mike. 

Gallerv 34, Wall D. 

7189. The White House. 

7190. Dad Bartlett, Miner. 

Schlegell, Gustav von. 

Born St. Louis, Mo., 1877. Studied: Royal 
Academy, Munich; Julian Academy, Paris. 
Member: SWA. Honors: Chicago Fine Arts 
Prize. 

7191. Venice, Salute. 

7192. Lake St. Croix. 

Schneider, Otto J. 

Born Atlanta, 111., 1875. Member: Chica- 
go SA. Studied: Chicago and Paris. 

595. The Old Settee. 

Gallery 32, Wall C. 

7193. A Puritan Maiden. 

7194. La Belle Dame Sans Merci. 

7195. Maison d'un Ministre sous Louis 

XI. 

7196. San Germain 1'Auxerrais, Paris. 

7197. Portail Central, Eglise St. Merri, 

Paris. 

7198. Portail Eglise St. Nicholas des 

Champs, Paris. 

7199. Petit rue St. Simon, Tours. 

7200. Impasse du Boeuf, Paris. 

7201. Hotel de Sens, Paris. 

Lent by Hill Tolerton. 

Schoff, Stephen Alonzo. 

Born Danville, Vt., 1818; died Brandon, Vt., 
1905. Pupil of the line-engraver Joseph An- 
drews, with whom he went to Paris in 1840, 
and worked in the studio of Paul Delaroch. 



Schoff, Stephen Alonzo (Continued), 
Returned to the United States in 1842 and 
did bank-note engraving for a New York com- 
pany. Engraved a number of portraits and 
several large plates. 

451. General Devens (after F. Vinton). 
Lent by Alfred Schoff, Esq. 
Gallery 30, Wall D. 

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

Gallery 30, Wall D. 

457. Mrs. Harrison Grey Otis (after 
Gilbert Stuart). 

Gallery 30, Wall D. 

Senseney, George. 

Born Wheeling, W. Va., 1874. Studied: 
Corcoran Art School in Washington under 
Howard Helmick; Laurens and Constant in 
Paris. Member: Soc. des Graveurs en 
Couleurs, Paris. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

847. Chapel at Mortarlot. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

849. Fisherwomen at Etaples. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

850. Court of the Greyhounds. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

851. Old Foot Bridge. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

852. An Archway. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

853. Devout Woman. 

Gallery 34, Wall B. 

7202. Pont du Cheval. 

7203. Venetian Doorway. 

7204. The Bridge of Sighs. 

Lent by the Brown-Robertson Co. 

Simmons, Will. 

Born Elche, Spain, 1883. Studied: Le- 
febvre and Alexander Harrison in Paris. 
Member: Societe des Independants. 

800. Vultures. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 
804. White Herons. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 

7205. Wolf Study of a Snarl. 

7206. Otters, Playing. 

7207. Bear Cubs, the Unexpected. 

7208. Black Swans, Towards Morning. 

7209. Crane, Solitaire. 

7210. Mallard Ducks, Before the Storm. 

7211. Condors. 

Sloan, John. 

Born Lock Haven, Pa., Aug. 2, 1871. 
Studied: PAFA under Robert Henri in Phil- 
adelphia. Member: AM. PS. 

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



636. 
637. 



Roofs, Summer Night. 
Gallery 32, Wall D. 



Night Windows. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 

638. Fifth Avenue Critics. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 

639. Mother. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 

640. Ping Pong Photos. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 

641. The Little Bride. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 

642. Turning Out the Light. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 

643. Connoisseurs of Prints. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Sloan, John (Continued). 


Squire, Maud H. (Continued). 


7212. Anshutz on Anatomy. 


880. 


Girl with a Basket. 


7213. Man, Wife and Child. 




Gallery 34, Wall C. 


7214. Memory. 


881. 


Mother. 


7215. The Man Monkey. 




Gallery 34, Wall C. 


7210. The Showcase. 


882. 


Sisters. 


7217. Fun, One Cent. 




Gallery 34, Wall C. 


7218. The Women's Page. 


883. 


Woman and Child. 


7219. Girl and Beggar. 




Gallery 34, Wall C. 


7220. The Picture Buver. 


884. 


The Portrait. 


7221. Gold Fish. 




Gallery 34, Wall C. 




880. 


The Dispute. 


Smillie. James David. 




Gallery 34, Wall C. 


Born New York, Jan. 16, 1833. He was 
trained by his father as an engraver on steel. 
His principal work was bank-note engraving, 
but he produced some excellent work, includ- 
ing a series of illustrations for Cooper's novels, 
after designs by F. O. C. Darley. Made an 
Academician in 1876. One of the founders 


888. 

7234. 
7235. 
7236. 
7237. 

7238. 
7239 


On the Quai. 
Gallery 34, Wall C. 
Knitting. 
Conger Eels. 
A Peasant. 
Green Door. 
Little Model. 
Cherries. 


and president (1873-79) of the American 


7240 


IjO3.f ers. 


Water Color Society, as well as president of 
the New York Etching Club. 


724l! 
7242. 


Windy Day. 
Bargaining. 




7243 


Brothers. 


.160. Montrose, Pennsylvania. 
Lent by Frederick Keppel & Co., 


7244. 
7245. 


Children on the Dike. 
At Market. 



New York. 
Gallery 30, Wall B. 
370. Hollyhocks. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 
370. Good-Night and Sweet Dreams. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 
460. Voyage of Life. 

"Gallery 30, Wall D. 

7222. Double Hollyhocks. 

7223. Sunny Hours. 

Lent by Louis Katz, Esq. 

Smith, J. Andre. 

Born Hongkong, China, 1880. Studied: 
Cornell University. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

613. The Jewel of Venice. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 
014. Palaces and Barges. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 

615. The Molo, Venice. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 

616. The Little Foundry, Venice. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 
618. The Inner Gate, San Gimignano. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 
626. Towers and Domes, Venice. 

Gallery 32, Wall D. 

7224. Quarrel Court, Abuigton. 

7225. The Wood Road, Connecticut. 
7220. Sunshine and Flowers, Venice. 

7227. Campo Fosca, Venice. 

7228. Ponte Delia Verona, Venice. 

7229. Campo Maria Nuova, Venice. 

7230. The Riva, Venice. 

7231. San Geremia, Venice. 

7232. Campo Formosa, Venice. 

Smithwick, John G. 

445. Girl with Muff (after Abbey). 
Gallery 30, Wall D. 

7233. Penelope Boothby (after Millais). 

Lent by George H. Whittle, Esq. 

Squire, Maud H. 

Born Cincinnati, O., Jan. 30, 1873. Studied: 
Cincinnati AC. Member: SWA; NYWCC; 
Salon d'Automne, Paris. 

878. Two Women. 

Gallery 34, Wall C. 

879. Market. 

Gallery 34, Wall C. 



Stackpole, Ralph. 

Studied with Mercie in Paris. 
726. Adele. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 
7240. Piazzoni Etching. 

7247. Adele Sewing. 

Stetson, Charles Walter. 

Born Tiverton Four Corners, R. I., 1858. 
Died Rome, Italy, 1911. 

403. Landscape with Figures. 
Gallery 30, Wall B. 

7248. Evening. 

7249. Just After Sunset. 

7250. Landscape. 

Steuver, Celia M. 

Born St. Louis, Mo. Studied: St. Louis 
School of Fine Arts; Ecole des Beaux- Arts; 
Pari?, Germany and Vienna. Member Cal. 
Soc. of E.; Western Artists. Honors: Prize 
and Hon. Men. Missouri State Fair, 1913. 

384. Old Street, Besigheim, Bavaria. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 
387. Ulm II. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 

7251. Old Arcaded House, Bavaria. 

7252. Old Well, Weisenburg Am Sand, 

Bavaria. 

7253. Danauwerth, Bavaria. 

7254. Old Mill, Holland. 

7255. La Grare, La Niege. 

7256. Besigheim, Wurtemberg. 

7257. Helgoland. 

7258. Ulm I. 

7259. Evening. 

7260. Old Tower, Rothenburg. 

7261. Krapfenwald, Allee, I., Vienna. 

7262. View of a Church. 

Stevens, Dorothy. 

Born Toronto, 1886. Studied: London, 
Slade School of Art; Wilson, Steer, Henry 
Tonks, Fred Brown. Member: Ontario So- 
ciety of Artists; Chicago Society of Etchers. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

738. Gamine. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 
781. St. Jacques, Dieppe. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 



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223 



Stevens, Dorothy (Continued). 


Sturges, Dwight C. 


786. Odalisque. 


Born Boston, Mass., Oct. 21, 1874. Studied: 


Gallery 33, Wall D. 


Cowles Art School, Boston, Ma?s. 


791. La Sortie de 1'Eglise. 
Gallery 33. Wall D. 
803. Old Bridge, Bruges. 


Silver medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 


Gallery 33, Wall D. 
7263'. The Cathedral Square. 
7264. The Merry-Go-Round. 


593. A Late Cottager. 
Gallery 32, Wall C. 


7265. Antwerp Cathedral. 
7266. Ponte Vecchio. 
7267. Mile, de Maupin. 
7268. Nude. 


Gailery 32, Wall C. 
598. The Promised Land. 
Gallery 32, Wall C. 
599. Sisters. 


269. St. Nicola, Ghent. 
270. Hotel de la Ville, Bruges. 
"271. C'oppelia. 


Gailerv 32, Wall C'. 
600. Stamp Collectors. 
Gallery 32, Wall C. 


"272. Firenze. 


603. Portrait, Dr. Samuel Green. 


27'). Fiesole. 
274. Mont St. Michel. 
' 275. Rue 1'Ane Aveugle. 
"276. Dinan, Brittany. 


Gailerv 32, Wall C. 
604. The Bed-Time Story. 
Gallery 32, Wall C. 
608. The Three Elms. 




Gallery 32, Wall C. 


Stevens, Helen B. 


7283. Path Through the Pasture. 
7284. An Old Hebrew. 


Born Chicago, Feb. 8, 1878. Studied: AIC; 
Frank Brangwyn in England. Member: 
SWA; Chicago SE. Instructor in etching and 
Assistant Curator of Prints, Art Institute of 


7285. Portrait Mrs. S. 
7286. Adams Square, Boston. 
7287. Still Waters. 
7288. Wharf, Boston. 
7289. Home from the Banks. 


Chicago. 


7290. Portrait Mr. Washburn. 


Bronze medal, Panama-Pacific International 


7291. Nude. 


Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 


7292. Road Around the Hill. 




7293. My Father. 


721. Main Building and Boat Houses, 


7294. Scollay Square, Boston. 


Wellesley. 


7295. Solitaire. 


Gallery 33, Wall B. 


7296. Little Girl Dressing. 


725. Library Cloister, Bryn Mawr Col- 


7297. Essex Marshes. 


lege. 


7298. The Old Flute Player. 


Gallery 33, Wall B. 


7299. My Little Model. 




7300. Park Street and State House, Bos- 




ton. 


Stevens, Thomas Wood. 


7301. Portrait, Miss C. 


Born Uaysville, 111., Jan. 26, 1880'. Studied : 

\i-rvn~nii- Tnct rf Tp^li f^li ir a cm T7rank 


7302. Along the Merrimac. 
7303. Study Head. 



n., Chicago; 
Brangwyn in London; Sorolla y Bastida. Mem- 
ber: SWA; Chicago SA; Chicago SE. In- 
structor in mural painting, Art Inst. of Chi- 
cago. 

Member of the International Jury of 
Awards, Panama-Pacific International Exposi- 
tion, San Francisco, 1915. 

723. Harper Memorial, University of Chi- 
* cago. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

724. Bow and Arrow. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

728. Old South Middle, Yale. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

729. Bridging a Ravine, Pittsburgh. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

730. The Yard, Harvard. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

7278. Clearing for the Great Staircase. 

7279. Fountain of the Great Lakes. 

7280. Blair Arch, Princeton. 

7281. Cadet Barracks and Chapel, West 

Point. 



Strickland, William. 

Born Philadelphia, 1787; died Nashville, 
Tenn., April 7, 1854. Studied architecture, 
portrait painting, designing for engravers and 
engraving in aquatint. Better known as an 
architect than engraver, having designed a 
number of the principal buildings in Phila- 
delphia. 



7282. 



Meriwether Lewis, Esq. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 



Tallmadge, Thomas E. 

Born Washington, D. C., April 24, 1876. 
Member Cliff Dwellers; Chicago SE. Honors: 
Chicago Arch. Club traveling scholarship, 1904. 

792. Structural Steel. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 

7304. Old Sugar Warehouses. 

7305. Calle St. Ignace, Havana. 



Tanner, Benjamin. 

Born New York, March 27, 1775; died Balti- 
more, Md., Nov. 14, 1848. Was engraving in 
New York from 1792 to 1805, then went to 
Philadelphia, where he remained until 1845, 
engaging in business as a general engraver 
and map publisher. 

7306. John Adams. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 



Tiebout, Cornelius. 

Date of birth is uncertain. Supposed to 
have died in Kentucky about 1830*. He came 
to this country from Holland and engraved 
maps and subject plates for New York pub- 
lishers in 1789-90 and fairly good line por- 
traits in 1793. He went to Philadelphia about 
1799, where he conducted an extensive busi- 
ness as an engraver until 1825. 

443. Right Rev. William White. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 
Gallery 30, Wall D. 



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DEPARTMENT OF FINE AETS 



Trenchard, James. 

He was located in Philadelphia as an en- 
graver and sealcutter as early as June, 1777, 
and was a member of the firm that estab- 
lished the "Columbian Magazine." He went 
to England in 1793, where he remained. 

7307. Major-General Greene. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

Twachtman, John H. 

Born Cincinnati, 1853; died 1902. Studied: 
School of Design, Cincinnati. Spent the win- 
ter of 1874 and 1875 in Duveneck's Life 
School and Painting Class in the same city. 
Went to Europe, in the fall of 1875, entering 
the Art School at Munich. Honors: Webb 
Prize, Society of American Artists, 1888; 
Bronze Medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 
1893; Temple Gold Medal, The Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts, 1895; Silver Medal, 
Pan- Am. Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. Member, 
American Art Club, Munich. 

7308. Shore Cottages. 

7309. Boat Landing. 

Vanderhoef, Charles A. 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1881. 

386. Solitude. 

Lent by A. S. Macdonald, Esq. 

Van Elten, Kruseman H. D. 

Landscape painter. Born at Alkmaar, Hol- 
land, 1829; died at Paris, 1904. Studied: 
Haarlem with Lieste, also in Brussels. Came 
to New York in 1865. Member: NAD. Fel- 
low of the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers, 
London, and winner of a medal at the Amster- 
dam Exposition. 

7310. Glimpse of the Ocean. 

7311. River in Holland. 

Lent by A. C. Kennedy & Co., 
New York. 

Vondrous, John C. 

Born in Bohemia, Austria, Jan. 24, 1884. 
Studied: NAD under E. M. Ward, G. May- 
nard and F. C. Jones. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

555. Nicholas Church from Mostecka St. 

Gallery 32, Wall A. 

556. Prague Bridges. 

Gallery 32, Wall A. 
560. S. Maria della Salute, Venice. 

Gallery 32, Wall A. 
562. Tyn Church, Prague (Nocturne). 

Gallery 32, Wall A. 

7312. St. Nicholas Church (Russian), 

Prague. 

7313. Street on Hradcany, Prague. 

7314. Old Houses, Prague. 

7315. Market Place, Prague. 
7315. St. Nicholas Church, Prague. 

7317. An Old House, Slavonov, Bohemia. 

7318. Bridge of St. Charles the Fourth, 

Prague. 

7319. Old Town Hall, Prague. 

7320. Tyn Church Portal, Prague. 

Warner, Everett L. 

Born Vinton, la., July 16, 1877. Studied: 
ASL in Washington and New York: Julian 
Academy in Paris. Member: NYWCC; 
AWCS; S. Wash. A.; Salma. C. 1909; Paris 
AAA. Honors: First Corcoran prize, Wash. 



Warner, Everett L. (Continued). 
WCC 190*2; Sesnan medal, PAFA 190#; silver 
medal, Buenos Aires Exp., 1910; second Hall- 
garten prize, NAD 1912. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

707. Memorial Tower. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

708. Brooklyn Bridge. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

709. Montreuil Mills. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 
712. Phelps Gateway. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 
714. Moonlight, Montreuil. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

716. Brothers and Linnonia. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

717. Rue Jerzual, Dinan. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 
720. A Bavarian Church. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

7321. Harvard Hall. 

Warner, William. 

Born Philadelphia about 1813; died there in 
1848. He was a portrait painter and a self- 
taught engraver in mezzotint. 

446. Sir Charles Metcalf. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 
Gallery 30, Wall D. 

Washburn, Cadwallader. 

Born Minneapolis, Minn. Studied: Mass. 
Inst. of Technology, Boston; ASL of N. Y. 
under Mowbray and Chase; Sorolla in Spain; 
Besnard in Paris. Member: Minn. State Art 
Assoc. Honors: Second prize, Paris AAA. 
Has spent winters in Mexico since 1908. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

580. Dragon Font at Kujomizu Dera 

Temple, Japan. 

Gallery 32, Wall B. 

581. Tower of Temple Parroquial, Toxco. 

Gallery 32, Wall B. 
587. Peon with Zarape. 

Gallery 32, Wall B. 
589. Ebbing Tides. 

Gallery 32, Wall B. 

592 Santa Maria in Distance, Cuernavaca, 
Mexico. 

Gallery 32, Wall C. 
607. Where Boats Beach. 

Gallery 32, Wall C. 

7322. Liberal Arts Building: The Entrance. 

7323. A Sharp Turn: Cuernavaca. 

7324. A Quiet Inlet: Oceanport. 

7325. Boats: Brielle. 

7326. Sailing Boat Ashore. 

7327. Bay Head in Distance. 

7328. Quiet Hour. 

7329. Wash of the Tides. 

7330. High Noon: Manasquan. 

7331. Siesta: Cuernavaca, Mexico. 

7332. Caracola Road No. 2: Cuernavaca, 

Mexico. 

7333. Boats Landing. 

7334. The Cathedral of Leon. 

7335. West Facade of la Valenciana. 

7336. West Side of Templo Parroquialo: 

Toxco, Mexico. 

7337. Front Facade of la Valenciana. 

7338. A Riverside Path: Manasquan River. 

7339. Glimpse of Manasquan River. 

7340. Low Tide: Seaside Park. 

7341. Man with Sombrero. 

7342. Boats on the Beach. 

7343. Fishermen's Return. 

7344. Afternoon Tranquillity, 



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Washburn, Cadwallader ( Continued ) . 
73'45. Bridge at Mantaloking. 

7346. Crabbing : Brielle. 

7347. Sandy Road. 

7348. Bridge at Brielle. 

7349. The Heights: Cuernavaca, Mexico. 

7350. Stone Bench: Borda Garden, Cuer- 

navaca. 

7351. Valley Path: Cuernavaca. 

7352. For Firio Diaz Park. 

7353. Templo de Salud Mixcoae, Mexico. 

7354. Sagrario Metropolitano : Mexico 

City. 

7355. Borda Garden in Distance: Cuer- 

navaca, Mexico. 

7356. Road to Cuernavaca, Mexico. 

7357. The Great Arch. 
73'58. Building the Dome. 

7359. The Derrick. 

7360. The Flagstaff. 

7361. SHinlight and Shadow. 

7362. The Doorway. 

7363. The Scaffolding. 

7364. The Half Dome. 

Watt, William G. 

Born New York, May 18, 1867. Studied: 
With E. Heinemann, Emile Clement and NAD. 
Member: Salma. C. 1903. 

Silver^ Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

357. A Russian Lady (after Fechin). 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 
361. The Ring (after Alexander). 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 

364. The Apple Gatherers (after Ander- 
son). 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 

7365. The Harvest (after L'hermitte). 

7366. The Pool. 

7367. A Music Party (after Metsu). 

7368. Andromeda (after Duran). 
73'69. Carcassonne (from photo). 

7370. Bookplate by Chas. S. Chapman. 

7371. Bookplate by Chas. S. Chapman. 

7372. Fancy Head. 

7373. Mt. Rainier (after Perard). 

7374. Bookplate. 

7375. Illustration (after Birch). 

Webster, Herman A. 

Born New York, N. Y., Apr. 6, 1878. 
Studied with Laurens in Paris. Member: R. 
Soc. of Painter-Etchers, London; Soc. Nat. des 
Beaux- Arts, Paris; Paris AAA; Chelsea AC. 
Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

567. Vieux Marche, Marseilles. 
Gallery 32, Wall B. 

569. L'Institut. 

Gallery 32. Wall B. 

570. Ancienne Faculte de Medecine, Paris. 

Gallery 32, Wall B. 

571. Old Houses on the Quai. 

Gallery 32, Wall B. 

572. Le Pont Notre Dame. 

Gallery 32. Wall B. 

576. Sur le Quai Montebello. 

Gallery 32, Wall B. 

7376. The Bridge: Frankfort. 

7377. Notre Dame des Andelys. 

7378. Le Pont Neuf, Paris. 

7379. Old Court: Sachsenhousen. 

7380. La Route de Louviers. 

7381. The Quartier St. Jean. 

7382. Der Langer Franz. 
7383 1 . St. Saturnin, Toulouse. 

7384. La Rue St. Jacques. 

7385. Les Blanchisseuses. 

7386. La Maison Meline. 

7387. Old Man's Head. 

7388. The Clockmakers, 



Wehrschmidt, Daniel A. 

Born in Cleveland, Ohio, 1861. Studied: 
Herkomer School, Bushey Herts. Honors: 
Two bronze medals, Louisiana Purchase Expo- 
sition, 1904. 

Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific Internation- 
al Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

4235. You Should Also Mount With Me. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 

4236. Old Hall. 

Gallery 119, Wall A. 
4308. The Hedge Cutter. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 
4315. The -Old Shepherd. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 
4359. The New Slave. 

Gallery 119, Wall C. 

7389. In an Irish Creamery. 

7390. The Bathing Tent. 

7391. The Baby Bacchus. 



Weir, J. Alden. 

Born West Point, N. Y., Aug. 30, 1852. 
Studied with his father, Robert W. Weir, at 
West Point; Gerome in Paris. Member: ANA 
1885, NA 1886; AWCS; Ten Am. P.; N. Y. 
Etching C.; Lotos C.; A. Aid S.; Century 
Aesoc.; Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: Hon. Men., 
Paris Salon, 1882; silver medal for painting 
and bronze for drawing, Paris Exp., 1889; 
prize ($2,0'0>0), American Art Assoc., New 
York; medal, C. I. Pittsburgh, 1897; bronze 
medal, Paris Exp., 1900; gold medal, Pan-Am. 
Exp., Buffalo, 1901; gold medal for paintings 
and silver for engraving, Louisiana Purchase 
Exp., 1904; Inness medal, NAD 1906; Lippin- 
cott prize, PAFA 1910. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

401. Portrait of H. C. Weir. 
Gallery 30, Wall B. 

404. Portrait Figure. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 

405. The Evening Lamp. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 

407. Arcturus. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 

408. Portrait of John F. Weir. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 

409. Child with Dog. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 

410. The Little Student. 

Gallery 30, Wall B. 

412. Portrait of Dr. Robert F. Weir. 
Gallery 30, Wall B. 

7392. The Guitar Player. 

7393. Portrait by Candlelight. 

7394. Coon Alley. 

7395. Still Life. 

7396. On the Porch. 

7397. Head. 

7398. Mother and Child. 

7399. The Hay Stacks. 

7400. Roscoe's Barn. 

7401. The Picture Book. 

7402. Head. 

7403. Sketches. 

7404. The Little Fountain. 

7405. The Little Pump. 

7406. Portrait of Robert Weir. 



Wellington, F. H. 

354. Girl at the Piano (after painting by 
Harry Townsend). 

Lent by Ray Brown, Esq. 
Gallery 30, Wall A. 



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DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Westrum, Anni Von. 

Born Holland. Studied : Munich, Vienna, 
Berlin, Paris. Member: Beaux-Arts, Paris. 
889. Birches. 

Gallery 34, Wall C. 

7407. Windmill. 

7408. Old Baltic Farm House. 

Wetherill, Elisha Kent Kane. 

Born Philadelphia, 1874. Studied: Academy 
Fine Arts, with Thomas Anshutz; Paris, with 
J. McNeill Whistler. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, 1915. 
768. The Triangle. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 
793. Ben Hawkin's Blacksmith Shop. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 
807. The Archway. 

Gallery 33, Wall D. 

7409. Gateway, Bryn Mawr. 

7410. The Shacks. 

7411. Brooklyn Bridge. 

7412. The Sooty Shop. 

7413. Camden Court House. 

7414. The Goose Shop. 

7415. The Tenements. 

7416. The Coal Hoist. 

7417. The Back Street. 

7418. Bayle's Slip. 

Whistler, James McNeill. 

Born Lowell, Mass., 1834; died Chelsea, Lon- 
don, 1903. Lived in Russia from eighth to fif- 
teenth year. Returned to America in 1849; 
entered West Point, 1851, but was not grad- 
uated. Was connected with Coast Survey in 
Washington. In 1855, went to England, and 
shortly after moved to Paris, studying under 
Glyer. Exhibited in Royal Academy in 1859 
for first time. Removed to London in 1863. 
Member: Societe Nationale des Beaux-Arts, 
Paris; Chevalier (1889). Officer (1891) of the 
Leeion of Honor; Chevalier, Order of St. 
Michael, Bavaria; Hon. Mem. Royal Academy, 
Bavaria; Hon. Mem. Royal Academy, Dresden; 
President, International Society of Sculptors, 
Painters and Gravers, London; President, Roy- 
al Society of British Artists; Hon. Mem. Royal 
Acad. of St. Luke, Rome; Commander of Or- 
der of the Crown of Italy; Hon. Mem. Royal 
Scottish Academy. Honors: Gold medal, Am- 
sterdam, 1863; medal of the third class, Paris 
Salon, 1883; medal of the first class, Munich, 
1889; gold medal, Antwerp, 1889; gold medal, 
Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1889; medals 
(painting and etching), World's Columbian Ex- 
position, Chicago, 1893; Temple gold medal, 
The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 
1894; gold medal, Antwerp, 1895; grand prize 
(painting) and grand prix (etching), Exposi- 
tion Universelle, Paris, 1900; gold medal 
(painting and etching), Pan-American Exposi- 
tion, Buffalo, 1901; Honorary Degree of Doc- 
tor of Literature, Glasgow University, 1903. 

287. The Little Mast. 

Gallery 29, Wall A. 

288. San Biagio. 

Gallery 29, Wall A. 

289. Drouet. ' 

Gallery 29, Wall A. 

290. Traghetto. 

Gallery 29, Wall A. 

292. San Giorgio. 

Gallery 29, Wall A. 

293. Becquet. 

Gallery 29, Wall A. 

294. Piazzetta. 

Gallery 29, Wall A. 

295. Long House, Amsterdam. 

Gallery 29, Wall A. 



Whistler, James McNeill (Continued). 

296. Veielle aux Loques. 

Gallery 29, Wall A. 

297. The Palace. 

Gallery 29, Wall A. 

299. The Riva, No. 1. 

Gallery 29, Wall A. 

304. Long Venice. 

Gallery 29, Wall B. 

306. Square House, Amsterdam. 

Gallery 29, Wall B. 

307. Doorway and Vine. 

Gallery 29, Wall B. 

308. Two Doorways. 

Gallery 29, Wall B. 

309. Salute at Dawn. 

Gallery 29, Wall B. 

314. Lime Burner. 

Gallery 20, Wall C. 

316. Black Lion Wharf. 

Gallery 20, Wall C. 

318. Rotherhithe. 

Gallery 20, Wall C. 

319. Weary. 

Lent by William M. Ladd, Esq. 
Gallery 20, Wall C. 

Lithographs. 
291. The Thames. 

Gallery 29, Wall A. 

298. Unfinished Sketch of Lady Haden. 

Gallery 29, Wall A. 

300. The Smith, Passage du Dragon. 

Gallery 29, Wall A. 

301. Draped Figure, Reclining (in colors). 

Gallery 29, Wall B. 

302. Draped Figure, Standing. 

Gallery 29, Wall B. 

303. The Little Nude Model Reading. 

Gallery 29, Wall B. 

305. Nude Model Standing. 

Lent by Hunt Henderson, Esq. 
Gallery 29, Wall B. 

310. Model and Child. 

Lent by William M. Ladd, Esq.. 
Gallery 29, Wall B. 

311. Study: Maude Seated. 

Gallery 29, Wall C. 

312. Stephane Mallarme. 

Gallery 29, Wall C. 

313. A Duet. 

Lent by William M. Ladd, Esq. 
Gallery 29, Wall C. 

315. The Dancing Girl. 

Gallery 29, Wall C. 

317. La Fruitiere de la Rue de Crenelle. 

320. Terrace : Luxembourg. 

Gallery 29, Wall C. 
322. Little London. 

Lent by Hunt Henderson, Esq. 
Gallery 29, Wall D. 

324. Blacksmith Shop. 

Gallery 29, Wall D. 

325. Portrait of Joseph Pennell. 

Lent by William M. Ladd, Esq. 
Gallery 29, Wall D. 

326. Savoy Pigeons. 

Lent by Hunt Henderson, Esq. 
Gallery 29, Wall D. 

White, Charles Henry. 

Born Hamilton, Ontario, Apr. 14, 1878. 
Studied with Whistler, Laurens and Constant. 
Member: Salon Automne, Paris; N. Y. Soc. 
of E. Honors: Medal, Louisiana Purchase 
Exp. 

Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

7419. The Old Courtyard. 

7420. Rue de 1'Ane Aveugle. 

7421. San Remo. 

7422. Old Manoir. 

7423. La Rue de la Paix. 



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Wilke, William H. 

Born San Francisco, Cal., 1880. Studied: 
Paris, with Jean Paul Laurens and Jacques 
Blanche. 

C48. Toward the Bay. 

Gallery 33, Wall A. 
6GO. The Viaduct. 

Gallery 33, Wall A. 

7424. Bill. 

7425. The Wood Road. 

7426. The Hay Barges. 

7427. At the Dock. 

7428. Telegraph Hill, San Francisco. 

7429. The Forest. 

7430. A Study. 

Williams, J. Scott. 
Member: SI 1910. 

422. The Ship Blacksmith Shop. 

Gallery 30, Wall 0. 
892. In September. 

Gallery 34, Wall 0. 

Winslow, Henry. 

Born Boston, Mass., 1874. Studied in Paris 
with Whistler. Member: Cal. Soc. of E.; 
Correspondant Peintres et Graveurs. 

722. Westminster Cathedral. 

Gallery 33', Wall B. 
731. Saint Paul's. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

7431. The Spire. 

7432. London Bridge. 

7433. Pont de L'Arche. 

7434. The Wanderer. 

7435. The Carpenter's Shop. 

7436. The Beeches. 

7437. The Old Square. 

7438. Wood Monsters. 

Winthrop, Newman V. 

7439. Alice. 

7440. Washington. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

Wolf, Henry. 

Born Eckwersheim, Alsace, Aug. 3, 1852. 
Studied with Jacques Levy in Strasbourg. 
Came to New York in 1871. Member: ANA 
1906, NA 1908; Int. Soc. of S. P. Gravers; 
Lotos C. (life) ; Union Inter, des Beaux-Arts 
et des Lettres, Paris. Honors: Hon. Men. 
Paris Salon, 1888; Hon. Men. Paris Exp., 
1889; first class medal, Columbian Exp., Chi- 
cago, 1893; gold medal, Paris Salon, 1895; 
silver medal, Paris Exp., 190O; silver medal, 
Rouen Exp., 1903 ; diploma and grand medal 
of honor for wood engraving, Louisiana Pur- 
chase Exp., St. Louis, 1904. 

Grand Prise, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

328. Lower New York in a Mist from a 

Pennsylvania Railroad Boat. 
Gallery 30, Wall A. 

329. The Evening Star. 

Gallery 30, Wall A. 

330. Little Lady Sophie of Soho (after 

Whistler). 

Gallery 30, Wall A. 

331. Evening, SVan Lake, Central Park, 

New York. 

Gallery 30, Wall A. 

332. The Wood Gatherers (after Irmess). 

Gallery 30, Wall A. 

333. Lizzie Lynch (after Weir). 

Gallery 30, Wall A. 

334. Joseph Pulitzer (after Sargent). 

Gallery 30, Wall A. 



Wolf, Henry (Continued). 

335. The Mussel Gatherers (after Mar- 

tin). 

Gallery 30, Wall A. 

336. The Mirror (after Alexander). 

Gallery 30, Wall A. 

337. The Morning Star. 

Gallery 30, Wall A. 

33*8. Lady with a Lute (after Vermeer). 
Gallery 30, Wall A. 

339. River Scene, La Riviere a la Tour 

Lointaine (after Corot). 
Gallery 30, Wall A. 

340. A Northeaster (after Homer). 

Gallery 30, Wall A. 

341. Portrait of the Engraver, H. Wolf 

(after Wiles). 
Gallery 30, Wall A. 

342. Miss Alexander (after Whistler). 

Gallery SO, Wall A. 

7441. Morning Mists. 

7442. Recreation (after Couture). 

7443. Don Balthasar Carlos (after Velas- 

quez). 

7444. The Boy with a Sword (after 

Manet). 

7445. Woman at the Window (after Ver- 

meer). 

7446. Girl with Fruit (after Ambrogio de 

Predis). 

7447. Abraham Lincoln (enlarged after 

small print by Brady). 

7448. Wm. M. Thackeray (from drawing 

by Lawrence). 

7449. Robert L. Stevenson (from snap- 

shot). 

7450. Portrait Sketch (unfinished) (after 

Whistler). 
7451 Beatrice d'Este (after da Vinci). 

7452. Portrait of a Girl (after Velasquez). 

7453. My Mother (after Whistler). 

7454. Thomas Carlyle (after Whistler). 

7455. A Madonna (after Botticelli). 

7456. A Gentlewoman (after Weir). 

7457. A Spanish Countess (after Goya). 

7458. Homeward (after Dessar). 

7459. The Music Room (after Whistler). 

7460. Young Lady with Poppy Flower 

(after Loeb). 

7461. Miss Nelthrop (after Lawrence). 

7462. The Fur Jacket (after Whistler). 

7463. Kitty Fisher (after Reynolds). 

7464. The Goldfish (after Hubbell). 

7465. A Danish Princess (after Holbein). 

7466. Portrait of a Lady (after Shannon). 

7467. Landscape (after Dewey). 

7468. Lady with Hand Mirror (after 

Wiles). 

7469. Portrait of a Girl (after Emmett). 

7470. Mother and Child (after Cassatt). 

7471. The Sonata (after Wiles). 

7472. Alice (after Chase). 

7473. Lady with the White Shawl (after 

Chase). 

7474. Gathering Autumn Leaves (after 

Chase). 

7475. A Lady in Black (after Chase). 

7476. The Artist's Daughter (after Chase). 

7477. The Christmas Tree (after Weir). 

7478. The Green Bodice (after Weir). 

7479. The Bent Tree (after Corot). 

7480. Hon. Jos. H. Choate (after Sargent). 

7481. Jos. Jefferson as Dr. Pangloss (after 

Sargent). 

7482. The Coral Necklace (after Tarbell). 

7483. Lady Stanhope (after Reynolds). 

7484. Mercedes (after Mora). 

7485. El Conde, Duque Olivares (after 

Velasquez). 

7486. -Geo. Washington (after Stuart). 

7487. Chevalier Yrujo (after Stuart). 

7488. Portrait of Trumbull (after Stuart). 

7489. Portrait of Miss Mierken (after 

Stuart). 



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Wolf, Henry (Continued). 

7490. Portrait of Miss Plumstead (after 

Stuart). 

7491. Portrait of Miss Morris (after 

Stuart). 

7492. Portrait of Mrs. Lea (after Stuart). 

7493. Portrait of Mrs. Otis (after Stuart). 

7494. Portrait of Mrs. Gotliff (after Stu- 

art). 

7495. Portrait of Mrs. Griffith (after Stu- 

art). 

7496. Portrait of Mrs. Nancy Pennington 

(after Stuart). 

7497. Angel with the Flaming Sword 

(after Blashfield). 

7498. The Promenader (after Menzel). 

7499. Open- Air Meeting (after Menzel). 

7500. The Tiger (after Menzel). 

7501. Courting (after Hals). 

7502. Evening in Normandy (after Dearth). 

7503. The Fox Hunt (after Homer). 

7504. Eight Bells (after Homer). 

7505. A Normandy Farm (after Martin). 

7506. The Harp of the Winds (after Mar- 

tin). 

7507. Early Ploughing (after Walker). 

7508. A Favorite Corner (after Alexander). 

7509. A Flower (after Alexander). 

7510. A Quiet Hour (after Alexander). 

7511. The Mousmee (after Blum). 

7512. Un Canal en Artois (after Cazin). 

7513. The Approaching Storm (after 

Cazin). 

7514. ' The Road to the Village (after 

Cazin). 

7515. Josephine, Empress (after Lefevbre). 

7516. Napoleon, Emperor (after Lefevbre). 

7517. Yellow Marguerites (after Moore). 

7518. Romola (after Sears). 

7519. A Shipwrecked Sailor (after Pyle). 

7520. A Virgin Enthroned (after Thayer). 

7521. Emperor Hadrian (after Tadema). 

7522. Information (after Meissonier). 

7523. Campagne de France (after Meis- 

sonier). 

7524. Portrait of Gerome. 

7525. La Soif (after Gerome). 

7526. The Carpet Merchant (after Ger- 

ome). 

7527. Holy Eve (after Von Uhde). 

7528. Good Friday (after Von Uhde). 

7529. Bonaparte Before the Sphinx (after 

Gerome). 

7530. The Road to Bethlehem (after Von 

Uhde). 

7531. In the Shade (after Caliga). 

7532. Empress Josephine (after Realier 

Dumas). 

7533. Benjamin Franklin (after Duples- 

sis). 

7534. Le goir (after Breton). 

7535. The Road to Concarneau (after 

Picknell). 

7536. The Moose Hunt (after Brush). 

7537. Portrait of a Boy (after Brush). 

7538. Cynthia (after Beaux). 

7539. Reverie (after Beaux). 

7540. Les Amoureux (after Diaz). 

7541. Bismarck (after Lenbach). 

7542. Self Portrait (after Lenbach). 

7543. The Millpond (after Ranger). 

7544. Landscape in Holland (after Ranger). 

7545. A L'Abreuvoir (after Dagnan-Bou- 

veret). 

7546. The Madonna of the Rose (after 

Dagnan-Bouveret ) . 

7547. La Bernoise (after Dagnan-Bou- 

veret). 

7548. Alone in the World (after Israels). 

7549. Sally Franklin (after Hoppner). 

7550. Nantucket School of Philosophy 

(after Johnson). 

7551. The Young Michaelangelo Sculptur- 

ing the Head of a Faun. 



Wolf, Henry ( Continued ) . 

7552. Lady in Black (after Freer). 

7553. San Giorgio (after Bunce). 

7554. Christ Walking on the Waves (after 

Coleman). 

7555. Visit of Shepherds (after Lerolle). 

7556. Self Portrait (after Dow). 

7557. Mrs. Champion de Crespigny (after 

Romney). 

7558. Evening on the Terraces (after Con- 

stant). 

7559. At Kissingen (after Menzel). 

7560. The Scattering of the Mists. 

7561. A Duck Pond. 

7562. The Roadside (after Gifford). 

7563. Thos. Jefferson (after C. W. Peale). 

7564. In the Adirondacks (after Wyant). 

7565. The New England Peddler (after 

Johnson). 

7566. Judge Jones (after Stuart). 

7567. Portrait of a Lady (after Henri). 

7568. My Daughter Josephine (after Tar- 

bell). 

7569. Aurora (after Low). 

7570. Summer (after Benson). 

Wood, Franklin T. 

Born Boston, Oct. 9, 1877. Studied: Cowles 
Art School; N. Y. Art Students' League; John 
Wright of England. 

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

537. St. Jerome. 

Gallery 32, Wall A. 
543. Farm Lane. 

Gallery 32, Wall A. 
579. Piazza Bagnia. 

Gallery 32, Wall B. 
582. Old Man of Taormina. 

Gallery 32, Wall B. 
588. Pasture Bars. 

Gallery 22, Wall B. 
591. Gondolas. 

Gallery 32, Wall B. 

7571. Boy in Tarn O' Shanter. 

7572. Browning's Palace, Venice. 

7573. Taormina from Greek Theater. 

7574. Jean-Marie No. 1. 

7575. Jean-Marie No. 2. 

7576. November. 

7577. The Hermitage. 

7578. Porta della Conca, Perugia. 

Workman, David Tice. 

Born Wapheton. N. Dakota, 1884. Studied: 
Boston Museum Fine Arts; Howard Pyle, Wil- 
mington, Del.; Frank Brangwyn, London, Eng- 
land. Honor: 1st prize, etching, Minn. State 
Art Society, 1913. 

763. Elvet Bridge, Old Durham. 
Gallery 33, Wall D. 

Wright, Charles Gushing. 

Born Damascota, Me.; died New York, June 
11, 1854. He served in the War of 1812, after- 
wards engaging in business as a watchmaker. 
In 1842 he was associated with A. B. Durand 
in etching, engraving and making dies for em- 
bossed work. He was one of the founders of 
the National Academy of Design in 1826. 

7579. Henry Rutgers. 

Lent by Robert Fridenberg, Esq. 

Wright, Joseph. 

Said to be the first painter-etcher in Amer- 
ica. His profile portrait of Washington was 
executed in 1790. 

7580. Portrait of George Washington. 

Lent by C. W. McAlpin, Esq. 



BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX SCULPTORS, ETC. 



229 



Wright, Margaret Harden. 

Born Newton, Mass., March 28, 1869. 
Studied: Mass. Inst. of Technology in Bos- 
ton; W. H. W. Bicknell; Merson in Paris. 
Member: Chicago SE. 

594. St. Mcrri, Paris. 

Gallery 32, Wall C. 
912. Courtyard, Taormina. 

Gallery 34, Wall D. 



Young, Mahonri M. 

Born Salt Lake City, Utah, Aug. 9, 1877. 
Studied: ASL in New York; Julian Academy 
in Paris. Member: ANA 1912; NSS; Paris 
AAA; Soc. of Utah Artists (ex-pres.). Hon- 
ors: Hon. Men. for etching, Paris AAA; Bar- 
nett prize, NAD 1911. 

718. Tewa No. 1. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 
765. Under the "L." 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 



Young, Mahonri M. (Continued). 
771. Ballet Girl No. 1. 

Gallery 33, Wall B. 

7581. The Roman Beggar. 

7582. On the Grand Canal. 

7583. Fort Washington Point. 

7584. The Sand Pit. 

7585. Excavation No. 11. 

7586. Trench Diggers. 

7587. Pont des Artes. 

7588. The Pirate. 

7589. The Forge. 

Zim, Marco. 

Born Moscow, Russia, Jan. 9, 1880'. Studied: 
National Academy of Design, New York; Ecole 
des Beaux- Arts, Paris; Art Students League, 
New York. Honors: Suydam Silver Medal, 
National Academy, 1903; First Hallgarten prize 
for painting, 190'3; first prize coin and medal 
designing, 1904; A. H. Baldwin fund first prize 
in etching, 1904. 

7590. Morning. 

7591. Symphony. 



SCULPTORS, MEDALLISTS, ETC. 



Adams, Herbert. 

Born West Concord, Vt., 1858. Studied: 
Mass. Normal Art School; Mercie in Paris. 
Member: NA 1899 (v.-pres.); SAA 1891; 
NSS (pres.); N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1896; Art Com- 
mission (v.-pres.); Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: 
Hon. men., Salon 1888 and 1889; medal, AC 
Phila. 1892; Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; 
gold medal, Charleston Exp., 190'2; gold medal, 
Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904. 

Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific Internation- 
al Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3088. Bacchante. 

Gallery 66. 
4210. Meditation. 

Gallery 118. 
4491. William Cullen Bryant. 

Colonnade. 
4502. Chief Justice Marshall. 

Colonnade. 

Aitken, Robert I. 

Born San Francisco, 1878. Studied: Mark 
Hopkins Institute under Arthur F. Mathews 
and Douglas Tilden in San Francisco. Mem- 
ber: ANA 1909; NSS; N. Y. Arch. Lg. Hon- 
ors: Barnett prize, NAD 1908. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

808. Tired Mercury. 

Gallery 33. 
1379. Outer Darkness. 

Gallery 38, Wall A. 

1391. Model: Commemorative Medal: 

Panama-Pacific International Expo- 
sition: Obverse. 

Gallery 38, Wall C. 

1392. Model: Commemorative Medal: 

Panama-Pacific International Expo- 
sition : Reverse. 

Gallery 38, Wall C. 
3116. Door for Gates Mausoleum. 

Gallery 66. 
3283'. Dancing Faun. 

Gallery 68. 



Aitken, Robert I. (Continued). 
3284. Dancing Bacchante. 
Gallery 68. 

3915. A Thing of Beauty. 
Gallery 87. 

4539. Michael Angelo. 

Colonnade. 

4540. William H. Taft. 

Lent by Mrs. W. H. Taft. 
Colonnade. 

Akeley, Carl E. 

Born Claredon, N. Y., 1864. 
917. Lion and Buffalo. 

Gallery 34. 
3577. Stung. 

Gallery 73, Case 1. 
4207. The Wounded Comrade. 
Gallery 118. 

Alfano, Vincenzo. 

Born Naples, 1854. Studied: Inst. of Fine 
Arts, Naples. Member: NSS; N. Y. Arch. 
Lg. 1901. Hon. Prof. Royal Academy, Naples, 
since 1890. Honors: Bronze medal, Naples 
Exp., 1877; silver medal, Paris Exp., 1878; 
Municipal prize of 4,000 lira for "Cicero," 
Naples, 1891. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3195. Mother's Love. 

Gallery 67. 

3395. Quousque Tandem. 
Gallery 70. 

3397. Might Is Right. 

Gallery 70. 

Austin, Amanda P. 

Born Carrollton, Mo., 1869. Studied: School 
of Design, San Francisco, four years in Paris 
with E. Renard and Delacluse. Honors: Gold 
medal, School of Design, San Francisco; gold 
medal, State Fair, 1912. 

3102. Saint Jean. 

Gallery 66. 

3123. Portrait of Miss Quinn. 
Gallery 66. 



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DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Baer, Lillian. 

333X). The Dance. 

Gallery 69. 
Ball, Caroline P. 

Born Terre Haute, Ind., 1869. Studied 
with Augustus Saint Gaudens and Kenyon Cox 
in New York. Honor: Hon. men., Paris 
Exp., 1900. 



4470. Sundial. 



Gallery 120. 



Barnhorn, Clement J. 

Born Cincinnati, 1857. Studied: Rebisso 
in Cincinnati; Bouguereau, Peuch, Mercie, 
Ferrier and Julian Academy in Paris. Mem- 
ber: NSS; SWA. Honors: Hon. men., Paris 
Salon, 1895; bronze medal, Paris Exp., 1900; 
hon. men., Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; sil- 
ver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904. 

4518. Boy Pan with Frog. 
Colonnade. 



Bartlett, Paul W. 

Born New Haven, Conn., 1865. Studied with 
Cavelier, Fremiet and Rodin in Paris. Mem- 
ber: NSS; Nat. Inst. A. L.; Am. Acad. A. 
L.; Royal Acad. of Belgium (Assoc.); Insti- 
tute of France (Cor.). Honors: Hon. men., 
Paris Salon, 1887; gold medal, Pan- Am. Exp., 
Buffalo, 1901; grand prize, St. Louis Exp., 
1904; first medal, Liege Exp., 1905; Cheva- 
lier of the Legion of Honor, 1895; Officer, 
1908. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition. San 
Francisco, 1915. 

4508. Dying Lion. 

Colonnade. 

4552. Statue of Lafayette. 

Rotunda. 

4553. Philosophy. 

Annex. 

4554. Romance. 

Annex. 

4555. Religion. 

Annex. 



Bateman, John M. 

Born New Jersey, 1877. Studied: Pennsyl- 
vania Museum and School of Industrial Art; 
PAFA; Paris and with A. Stirling Calder and 
Charles Grafly. Honors: Cresson Foreign 
Summer Scholarship, 1905; Cresson Foreign 
Scholarship, 1906, 1907. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3286. Fountain and Aquarium. 

Gallery 68. 

1595. Model: Official Entrance Badge: 
Panama-Pacific International Expo- 
sition. 

Gallery 39, Case 3. 



Bathurst, Clyde C. 

Born Mount Union, Pa., 1883. Studied with 
Grafly in Philadelphia. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2861. Portrait of James Grafly. 
Gallery 62. 



Beach, Chester. 

Born San Francisco, 1881. Studied with 
Verlet and Roland in Paris. Member: ANA 
190*8; NSS. Honors: Barnett prize, NAD 
1909. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific J iilenKilionul 
Ji.rposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



4531. Beyond. 



Colonnade. 



Berge, Edward. 

Born Baltimore, 1874. Studied: Md. 
Inst. and Rhinehart School of Sculpture in 

Baltimore; Julian Academy, Verlet and Rodin 

in Paris. Member: NSS. Honors: Clark 

prize, Paris AAA; bronze medal, Pan-Am. 

Exp., Buffalo, 1901 ; bronze medal, Louisiana 
Purchase Exp., 1904. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

4483. Muse Finding Head of Orpheus. 

Colonnade. 
4485. Wild Flower. 

Colonnade. 
Boy and Frog Fountain. 

Colonnade. 



4486. 
4496. 
4503. 



The Seal 
Sundial. 



olonnade. 
Colonnade. 



Bishop, Emily Clayton. 

Born Smithsburg, Md., 1883; died 1912. 
Studied: Maryland Institute of Art and De- 
sign, Baltimore, Md. ; Charcoal Club, Balti- 
more; PAFA. Honors: George B. McClellan 
Anatomy prize, 1905; first hon. men., Edmund 
Stewardson Competition, 1907 and 1910; Cres- 
son European Scholarships, 1907 and 1908; 
Composition prize in Sculpture, 1908. 

1417. The Finish. 

Gallery 38, Case 3. 

1418. Study: No. 1. 

Gallery 38, Case 3. 

1419. The Bacchic Dancer. 

Gallery 38, Case 3. 

1420. Portrait of Margaret Tew. 

Gallery 38, Case 4. 

1421. Study: No. 3 1 . 

Gallery 38, Case 4. 

1422. The Greek Maiden's Dance of Joy. 

Gallery 38, Case 4. 

1423. Study: No. 2. 

Gallery 38, Case 4. 

1424. Portrait. 

Gallery 38, Case 4. 
2866. Portrait. 

Gallery 62. 
3045. Brownie. 

Lent by Mrs. J. E. D. Trask. 

Gallery 65. 

3048. Passing of the Seasons : Winter into 
S'pring. 

Gallery 65. 
3336. The Little Dancer. 

Gallery 69. 

3338. And as Pretty a Piece of Flesh as 
any in Messina. 

Gallery 69. 
Comedy. 

Gallery 69, Case 1. 
Greed. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 69, Case 1. 
3347. Classicism and Renaissance. 
Gallery 69, Case 1. 



BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX SCULPTORS, ETC. 



231 



Bitter, Karl. 


Brenner, 


Victor D. (Continued). 


Born Vienna, Austria, 1867; died New York, 


1499. 


Hygiene: Reverse. 


1915. Studied: Vienna Academy of Fine 




Gallery 38, Case 12. 


Arts and Edmund Hellmer. Came to U. S. 


1500. 


Lincoln Plaque. 


in 1889. Member: ANA 1902; NA 1903; 




Gallery 38, Case 12. 


NSS; Nat. Inst. A. L.; N. Y. Arch. Lg. Hon- 


1501. 


Whistler: Obverse. 


ors: Prize in competition for Astor Memo- 




Gallery 38, Case 12. 


rial Gates, Trinity Church, New York; silver 


1502. 


Whistler: Reverse. 


medal, Paris Exp., 1900; gold medal, Pan-Am. 




Gallery 38, Case 12. 


Exp., Buffalo, 1901; gold medal, Charleston 


1503. 


Samuel Talmage. 


Exp., 190>2; gold medal, ACP 190'3; gold medal, 




Gallery 38, Case 12. 




1504. 


Motherhood: Obverse. 


Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904. 




Gallery 38. Case 12. 


Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific Internation- 
al Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 


1505. 

1507. 


Motherhood : Reverse. 
Gallery 38, Case 12. 
Lincoln Medal : Obverse. 


8094. Signing of Louisiana Purchase 


1508. 


Gallery 38, Case 12. 
Lincoln Medal : Reverse. 


Treaty. 
Lent by City of St. Louis. 


1509. 


Gallery 38, Case 12. 
Carl Schurz : Obverse. 


Gallery 66. 
3114. Memorial to Dr. Henry P. Tappan. 
Lent by University of Michigan. 
Gallery 66. 
3134. Fountain Group. 
Lent by John D. Rockefeller, Esq. 


1510. 
1511. 
1512. 


Gallery 38, Case 12. 
Carl Schurz: Reverse. 
Gallery 38, Case 12. 
Washington Irving. 
Gallery 38, Case 12. 
William Welch. 


Gallery 66. 
3282. Faded Flowers. 


3131. 


Gallery 38, Case 12. 
Nature, the Consoler. 


Gallery 68. 
4487. Statue of Thomas Jefferson. 


3-828. 


Gallery 66. 
Womanhood. 


Colonnade. 




Gallery 83. 



Borglum, Solon H. 

Born Ogden, Utah, 1868. Studied: Art 
Academy of Cincinnati under Rebisso; Frem- 
iet and 'Puech in Paris. Member: NSS; ANA 
1911. Honors: Hon. men., Paris Salon, 1899; 
silver medal, Paris Exp.. 190O; silver medal, 
Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; gold medal, Lou- 
isiana Purchase Exp., 1904; silver medal, 
Buenos Aires Exp., 1910. 

2053. Washington: 1753. 
Gallery 41. 
Boyle, John J. 

Born New York, 1852. Studied PAFA, un- 
der Eakins; Ecole des Beaux-Arts under Du- 
mont; Thomas and E. Millet in Paris. Mem- 
ber: Societe des Artistes Francais; NSS; 
ANA 1910; N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1894. Honors: 
Hon. men., Paris Salon, 1886; medal, Colum- 
bian Exp., Chicago, 1893; medal, Paris Exp., 
1900; bronze medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 
1901; silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 
1904. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

533. Tired Out. 

Gallery 31. 
3565. Stone Age. 

Gallery 73. 
4492. Returning from the Hunt. 

Colonnade. 

4547. Commodore Barry Monument. 
Rotunda. 

Brenner, Victor D. 

Born Shavely, Russia, 1871. Studied with 
Louis Oscar Roty. Came to New York in 
1890. Member: NSS; N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1902; 
NAC. Honors: Bronze medal, Paris Exp., 
190<0; hon. men., Paris Salon, 1900; bronze 
medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver 
medal, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904; gold 
medal, Brussels Exp., 1910. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1393. Dr. Emily Blackwell. 

Gallery 38, Wall C. 
1498. Hygiene : Obverse. 

Gallery 38, Case 12. 



Bringhurst, Robert P. 

Born Jerseyville, 111., 1855. Studied: St. 
Louis School of Fine Arts; Ecole des Beaux- 
Arts in Paris. Member: SWA. Honors: 
First class medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 
1893; cash prize, Tennessee Centennial, Nash- 
ville, 1897; silver medal, Louisiana Purchase 
Exp., 1904. 

4556. Journalism. 

Annex. 

Brooks, Richard E. 

Born Braintree, Ma?s., 1865. Studied: T. 
H. Bartlett in Boston; Colorossi Academy in 
Paris under Aube and Injalbert. Member: 
NSS; Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: Hon. men., 
Paris Salon, 1895; third class medal, Paris 
Salon, 1899; gold ' medal, Paris Exp., 1900; 
gold medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901. 

Silver^ Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1626. Cameron and Grace. 

Gallery 39, Case 7. 

1627. Medallion Portrait: No. 1. 

Gallery 39, Case 7. 

1628. Wm. Brown Cogswell. 

Gallery 39, Case 7. 

1629. Medallion Portrait. 

Gallery 39, Case 7. 

1631. Margaret, Cyrus and Raymond. 

Gallerv 39, Case 7. 

1632. Susan J. Henry. 

Gallery 39, Case 7. 

1633. Medallion Portrait: No. 2. 

Gallery 39, Case 7. 

1634. Mary S. Lyman. 

Gallery 39, Case 7. 

1635. Henry. 

Gallery 39, Case 7. 

Burnham, Roger Noble. 

Born Bingham. Mass., 1876. Studied: Bos- 
Ion. Honors: Henry O. Avery Prize, Archi- 
tectural League, New York, 1904. 

1445. University of California Medal: Ob- 
verse. 

Gallery 38, Case 8, 



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Burnham, Koger Noble (Continued). 

1446. University of California Medal: Re- 
verse. 

Gallery 38, Case 8. 
1449. Eleanor Waring Burnham. 
Gallery 38, Case 8. 

1452. Betty. 

Gallery 38, Case 8. 

1453. Johann Ernest Perabo. 

Gallery 38, Case 8. 

Burroughs, Edith Woodman. 

Born Riverdale-on-Hudson, N. Y., 1871. 
Studied: ASL of New York under Augustus 
St. Gaudens; Injalbert and Merson in Paris. 
Member: NSS. Honors: Shaw prize NAD 
1907. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2975. Fenella. 

Gallery 64. 
3914. Vine Leaves. 

Gallery 87. 
4391. L'Arriere Pensee. 

Gallery 119. 
4526. Garden Figure. 

Colonnade. 

Bush-Brown, H. K. 

1472. Newburgh Medal: Obverse. 

Gallery 38, Case 10. 

1473. Newburgh Medal: Reverse. 

Gallery 38, Case 10. 

Calder, A. Stirling. 

Born in Philadelphia, 1870. Studied: 
PAFA; Chapu and Falguiere in Paris. Mem- 
ber: NSS 1896; SAA 1905; ANA 1906; N. 
Y. Arch. Lg. Instructor, NAD. Honors: 
Gold medal AC Phila., 1893; hon. men., Pan- 
Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, Louisi- 
ana Purchase Exp., 1904; Lippincott prize 
PAFA, 1905; grand prize, Alaska- Yukon Exp., 
1909. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

3103. Historian. 

Gallery 66. 
3120. The American Sphinx. 

Gallery 66. 
3-813. Seated Athlete. 

Gallery 80. 
3814. A Woman. 

Gallery 80. 
3866. Laughing Boy. 

Gallery 85. 

Chamberlin, I*. Tolles. 

Born San Francisco, 1873. Studied: Hart- 
ford, Conn.; New York City, American Acad- 
emy in Rome. Honors: Lazarus Scholarship 
to Rome, 1909-1912; Henry O. Avery prize for 
Sculpture, Architectural League of N. Y., 1914. 
Member: National Society of Mural Painters; 
A. L. of N. Y.; The Alumni Association of 
the American Academy in Rome. 

3916. The Cup Bearer. 

Gallery 87. 

Clevenger, Shobal Vail. 

Born in Middletown, Ohio, 1812; died at sea 
near Gibraltar, 1843. Went to Rome 1840. 
Executed busts of many prominent Americans. 

2759. Washington Allston. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 59, 



Cohen, Nessa. 

Born New York, 1885. Studied: ASL, 
Copper Union, New York City. Honors: 
Saint Gaudens prize and Cooper Bronze medal 
for composition. 

2926. Sunrise. 

Gallery 63. 
3394. Navajo Watching Women at Work. 

Gallery 70. 

Coonsman, Nancy. 

Born St. Louis, Mo., 1888. Studied: St. 
Louis School of Fine Arts, Geo. Julian Zolnay. 
Honors: Silver medal at School of Fine Arts, 
St. Louis, Mo. ; winner of competition for 
fountain for St. Louis Public Library. 

3735. Portrait of Old Woman. 

Gallery 78. 
4386. Wistful Baby. 

Gallery 119. 

Corbett, Gail Sherman. 

Born Syracuse, N. Y. Studied with Augus- 
tus Saint Gaudens. Member: NSS. 

Honorable Mention for Sculpture, Panama- 
Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 
1915. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

Walden. 

Gallery 38, Case 10. 
Frederick Coe Sherman. 
Gallery 38, Case 10. 
John Newbold Hazard. 

Gallery 38, Case 10. 
Emma J. O. Sherman. 

Gallery 38. Case 10. 
Jean. 

Gallery 38, Case 10. 
Chameleon Boy. 

Gallery 65. 
Bust of Rev. Samuel J. Calthrop. 

Gallery 83. 
Sundial Boy. 

Colonnade. 

Kirkpatrick Memorial Fountain. 
Colonnade. 

Crenier, Henri. 

Born Paris, France, 1873. Studied with 
Falguiere and at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, 
Paris. Hon. men.. Societe des Artistes Fran- 
cais. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

4208. Girl and Butterflies. 
Gallery 118. 

Dallin, Cyrus Edwin. 

Born Springville, Utah, 1861. Studied with 
Chapu and Dampt in Paris. Member: NSS: 
ANA 1912; N. Y. Arch. Lg.; Royal Soc. of 
Arts, London. Honors: Gold medal, Ameri- 
can Art Assoc., New York, 1888; Hon. men.. 
Paris Salon, 1890; first class medal and di- 
ploma, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; silver 
medal, Mass. Charitable Mechanics Assoc., 
1895; silver medal, Paris Exp., 1900; silver 
medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; gold 
medal, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904; third 
class medal, Paris Salon, 1909. 

Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

480. Chief Joseph. 

Gallery 30. 

481. Standing Elk. 

Gallery 30. 
646. Protest. 

Gallery 32. 



1470. 
1476. 
1477. 
1479. 
3043. 
3825. 
4517. 
4543. 



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233 



Dallin, Cyrus Edwin (Continued). 


Dtiveneck, Frank. 


921. Chief Antelope. 


Born Covington, Ky., 1848. Studied with 


Gallery 3'5. 


Diez in Munich, in which city he lived over 


922. Washakie. 


ten years. Member: SAA 1880; AlVA 1905; 


Gallery 35. 


NA 1906; SWA; Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: 


923. On the War Path. 


Medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; lion. 


Gallery 35. 


men., Paris Salon, 1895; silver medal, Pan- 


926. Pretty Eagle. 


Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901. Instructor in Cin- 


Gallery 35. 
927. Appeal to the Great Spirit. 
Gallery 35. 
928. Cayuse at the Spring. 
Gallery 35. 


cinnati Academy of Fine Arts. 
Member of the International Jury of Awards, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 


930. Lincoln. 


AWARDED A SPECIAL COMMEMORATIVE MEDAL 


Gallery 35. 


BY THE PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPO- 


931. Passing of the Red Man. 


SITION, 1915. 


Gallery 35. 
1096. Appeal to the Great Spirit. 


3913. Memorial: Elizabeth Booth Duve- 


Gallery 36. 


neck. 


1368. Apache. 


Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 


Gallery 37. 


Association. 


1369. War or Peace. 


Gallery 87. 


Gallery 37. 
2924. Indian Hunter. 


Eberle, Abastenia St. Leger. 


Gallery 63. 


Born Webster City, Iowa, 1878. Studied: 


3101. Arthur. 


ASL of N. Y.; George Grey Barnard. Mem- 


Gallery 66. 


ber: NSS: Union Inter, des Beaux- Arts. 


3108. Lawrence. 


Honors: Bronze medal, Louisiana Purchase 


Gallery 66. 


Exp., 1904; Barnett prize, NAD 1910'. 


3124. My Mother. 


Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 


Gallery 66. 
3822. My Boys. 


Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 


Gallery 83. 


2306. Bacchanale. 


3824. Paul Revere 


Gallery 46. 


Gallery 83. 


3050. Little Mother. 


3830. The Scout. 


Gallery 65, Case 1. 


Gallery 83. 


3051. Dancing in Avenue A. 


3831 Medicine Man 


Gallery 65, Case 1. 


Gallery 83. 


3052. Mother Bathing Child. 


3584. The Medicine Man. 
Gallery 73, Case 1. 


Gallery 65, Case 1. 
3053. The Windy Doorstep. 


4474. The Scout. 


Gallery 65, Case 1. 


Colonnade. 


3054. The Little Brother. 


1413. Indian Archer. 


Gallery 65, Case 1. 


Gallery 38, Case 2. 


3055. Ragtime. 




Gallery 65, Case 1. 


Deming, Edwin Willard. 


3056. Slumber. 


Born Ashland, O., 1860. Studied: ASL of 
N. Y. ; Lefebvre and Boulanger in Pari=. 
Member: N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1902; Mural P. 


Gallery 65, Case 1. 
3057. Girl Skipping Rope. 
Gallery 65, Case 1. 
t>0o$ Solitudp 


Honors: Silver medal, A AS 1892; bronze 
medal, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904. 


Gallery 65, Case 1. 
3059. Ragpicker. 


Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 


Gallery 65, Case 1. 


Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 


3060. Sponge Bath. 


1097. The American Bison. 


Gallery 65, Case 1. 



Gallery 36. 
3333. The Fight Between a Panther ami a 
Grizzly Bear. 

'Gallery 69. 
3335. Maternity. 

Gallery 69. 
3337. Friendly Tussle. 

Gallery 69. 
3340. Indian Hunter. 

Gallery 69, Case 1. 

3*344. The Antelope or American Prong 
Horn. 

Gallery 69. Case 1. 
3862. The Playine Bear. 
Gallery 85. 

Dietsch, C. Percival. 

Born New York City, 1881. Studied: New 
York American Academy in Rome, Paris. 
Honors: Rinehart prize in Sculpture, Pea- 
body Institute, Baltimore; American Academy 
in Rome. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

4504. Destiny. 

Colonnade. 



Ellerhusen, Ulrich H. 

Born Waren, Germany, 1879. Studied: Art 
Institute, Chicago, 111.: ASL of N. Y. ; Cooper 
Union, New York. Honors: Borglum prize 
($125), ASL, 1909; medal for composition, 
Cooper Union, 1910. 

1384. Relief on Ludeke Monument. 

Gallery 38, Wall B. 
3-938. Buffalo: Gone! 

Gallery 88. 

Fairbanks, Avard. 

Born Provo, Utah, 1897. Studied: ASL of 
N. Y. and Beaux Arts in Paris. Honors: 
Two scholarships at the ASL; hon. men., ASL 
for sculpture and composition, 1914. 
3096. Old Bill Keddington. 

Gallery 66. 
3573. The Baby. 

Gallery 73, Case 1. 

Farnham, Sally James. 
Born Ogdensburg, N. Y. 
3694. C'ave Woman. 

Gallery 77. 



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Fenton, Beatrice. 

.Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1887. Studied 
School of Industrial Art and PAFA. Honors: 
George B. McClellan Anatomy prize, 1907; 
Edmund Stewardson prize for sculpture, PAFA 
1908; (Treason Traveling Scholarships, PAFA 
1909 and 1910. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2802. Peter Moran. 

Lent by the Art Club of Philadel- 
phia. 

Gallery 62. 
3104. Marjorie D. Martenet. 

Gallery 66. 
3690. Caroline. 

Lent by Gustavus Remak, Jr.. Esq. 
Gallery 77. 

Flanagan, John. 

Born Newark, N. J., 1865. Studied with 
Bartlett in Boston; with Saint Gaudens in 
New York; Julian Academy under Cnapu and 
Ecole des Beaux-Arts under Falguiere in Paris. 
Member: ANA 1911; NSS. Honors: Silver 
medal, Paris Exp., 1900; silver medal, Pan-Am. 
Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, Louisiana 
Purchase Exp., 1904. 

Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific Internation- 
al Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



Portrait Medallion: No. 7. 

Gallery 39, Case 8. 
Captain Henry Rostron : Obverse. 

Gallery 39, Case 8. 
Edward Guthrie Kennedy: Obverse. 

Gallery 39, Case 8. 
Medal : Essex Agricultural Society 
of Massachusetts: Reverse. 

Gallery 39, Case 8. 
Ethel. 

Gallery 39, Case 8. 
Walt Whitman. 

Gallery 39, Case 8. 
Barr Ferree. 

Gallery 39, Case 8. 
Captain Henry Rostron: Reverse. 

Gallery 39, Case 8. 
Edward Guthrie Kennedy: Reverse. 

Gallery 39, Case 8. 
Medal: Essex Agricultural Society 
of Massachusetts: Obverse. 

Gallery 39, Case 8. 
The Delver. 

Gallery 39, Case 8. 
Portrait Plaque: No. 2. 

Gallery 39, Case 11. 
Portrait Medallion: No. 5. 

Gallery 39, Case 11. 
Portrait Medallion: No. 4. 

Gallery 39, Case 11. 
Medal: Massachusetts Horticultural 
Society : Obverse. 

Gallery 39, Case 11. 
Medal: The Pennsylvania Society: 
Reverse. 

Gallery 39, Case 11. 
Maud Doering. 

Gallery 39, Case 11: 
Phoebe Apperson Hearst. 

Gallery 39, Case 11. 
Agnes Lane, Phosbe Apperson Hearst 
and Anne Drucilla Apperson. 

Gallery 39, Case 11. 
Medal: Massachusetts Horticultural 
Society: Reverse. 

Gallery 39, Case 11. 
Medal: The Pennsylvania Society: 
Obverse. 

Gallery 39, Case 11. 



1637. 
1638. 
1639. 

1640. 
1641. 
1642. 
1643. 
1644. 
1645. 

1646. 



1670. 
1671. 
1672. 

1673. 

1674. 
1675. 
1676. 

1677. 
107S. 



Flanagan, John ( Continued). 

1679. Portrait Medallion: No. 3. 

Gallery 39, Case 11. 

1680. Portrait Medallion: No. 6. 

Gallery 39, Case 11. 

1681. Frederick James Gregg. 

Gallery 39, Case 11. 

1682. Medallion Portrait: No. 1. 

Gallery 39, Case 11. 

1683. Andre Saglio. 

Gallery 3D, Case 12. 

1684. Hudson-Fulton Medal: Reverse. 

Gallery 3D, Case 12. 

1685. Wilson Nesbit Benson. 

Gallery 3D, Case 12. 

1686. Portrait Plaque: No. 1. 

Gallery 3D, Case 12. 

1687. Medal: The Numismatic and Anti- 

quarian Society of Philadelphia. 
Gallery 3D, Case 12. 

1688. Daniel Garrison Brinton. 

Gallery 3D, Case 12. 

1689. Medal: The Academy of Natural 

Sciences of Philadelphia: Obverse. 

Gallery 3D, Case 12. 

. 1690. Medal: The Academy of Natural 
Sciences of Philadelphia : Reverse. 

Gallery 3D, Case 12. 

1691. Medallion. 

Gallery 3D, Case 12. 

1692. Tolstoy. 

Gallery 3D, Case 12. 

1693. Medallion Portrait: No. 2. 

Gallery 3D, Case 12. 

1694. Hudson-Fulton Medal: Obverse. 

Gallery 3D, Case 12. 

1695. Hortense Leonore Mitchell. 

Gallery 3D, Case 12. 



Fraser, James Earle. 

Born Winona, Minn., 1876. Studied with 
Falguiere in Paris. Member: NSS; ANA 
1912. Honors: First prize, Paris AAA, 1898; 
medal, Edison competition, 1906. 

Gold Medal for Sculpture, Panama-Pacific 
International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

Gold Medal for Medals, Panama-Pacific In- 
ternational Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1610. David Barnard Ericson. 

Gallery 39, Case 5. 

1611. Medallion: No. 2. 

Gallery 39, Case 5. 

1612. Pan-American Exposition Medal of 

Honor : Reverse. 

Gallery 39, Case 5. 

1613. Portrait Plaque: No. 3. 

Gallery 39, Case 5. 

1614. Chicken. 

Gallery 39, Case 5. 

1615. Medallion: No. 1. 

Gallery 39, Case 5. 

1616. Pan-American Exposition Medal of 

Honor : Obverse. 

Gallery 39, Case 5. 

1617. Portrait Plaque: No. 2. 

Gallery 39, Case 5. 

1618. Plaque: Flora and Sonny-Boy Whit- 

ney. 

Gallery 39, Case 6. 

1619. Medal: No. 1. 

Gallery 39, Case 6. 
3105. Flora and Sonny Whitney. 

Gallery 66. 
3115. Portrait Bust, 

Gallery 66. 

3127. Portrait Study. 

Gallery 66. 

3128. Bust of J. E. C. 

Gallery 66. 



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235 



Fraser, James Earl (Continued). 
3330. Portrait of C. Whitney. 
Gallery 66. 

1620. Portrait Plaque: No. 1. 

Gallery 39, Case 6. 

1621. Plaque. 

Gallery 39, Case 6. 
1022. Medal: No. 2. 

Gallery 39, Case 6. 

1623. Medal: No. 2. 

Gallery 39, Case 6. 

1624. Plaque. 

Gallery 39, Case 6. 

1625. Horatio Hathaway Brewster. 

Gallery 39, Case 6. 
4385. Portrait of J. S. 

Gallery 119. 



Frazee, John. 

Born in Railway, N. J., 1790'; died in 
Crompton Mills, R. I., 1852. Self-taughf. 
Called incorrectly the first sculptor of Ameri- 
can birth and parentage, an honor belonging 
to William Rush. 

2S06. Bust of John Frazee. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emv of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 60. 



French, Daniel Chester. 

Born Exeter, N. H., 1850'. Studied with 
Win. Rimmer, Boston; J. Q. A. Ward in New 
York; Thomas Ball in Florence. Member: 
ANA 1901: NSS (hon. pres.); SAA 1882; N. 
Y. Arch. Lg. 1890; AIA (cor.) 1896; Acad- 
emy San Luca, Rome; Nat. Inst. A. L. ; Am. 
Acad. A. L. Member Nat. Commission of 
Fine Arts since 1910. Honors: Third class 
medal, Paris Salon, 1892; medal of honor, 
Paris Exp., 1900. 

Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific Internation- 
al Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1986. Study of a Head. 

Gallery 40. 
3125. Alice Freeman Palmer Memorial. 

Gallery 66. 
4545. Lincoln. 

Lent bv State of Nebraska. 

Rotunda. 

4549. Earle Dodge Memorial : Princeton 
Student. 

Lent bv Princeton University. 
Rotunda. 



Frishmuth, Harriet W. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa.. 1880. Studied with 
Rodin and Injalbert in Paris. Member NSS. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3047. Young Girl with Fish: A Fountain. 

Gallery 65. 
4523'. Saki: A Sun Dinl. 

Colonnade. 



Fromen, Agnes Valborg. 

Born Waldernssvik, Sweden, 1868. Studied: 
AIC, Chicago, 111. Honors: The Mrs. Shaf- 
fer prize; prize at Swedish Exhibition; second 
and third prizes for the frieze for the Illinois 
vState Building; prize Municipal Art League, 
Chicago, 1912. 

2248, The Last of His Tribe. 
Gallery 45. 



Fry, Sherry Edmundson. 

Born Creston, la., 1879. Studied: AIC 
tinder Taft; MacMonnies in Paris. Member: 
NSS; N. Y. Arch. Lg.; NA. Honors: Hon. 
mention, Paris Salon, 1906; medal, Salon, 
1908; Amer. Acad. at Rome scholarship, 1908- 
11. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3278. Chief Mahaska. 

Gallery 68. 

4477. Peace: Fountain Figure. 
Colonnade. 

Gaensslen, Otto Robert. 

Born Chicago, 1876. Studied with A. Cha- 
tain, Carl Marr and J. P. Laurens. Member: 
Paris AAA; Chicago SA. Honor: Hon. men- 
tion, Paris Salon, 1906. 



3044. Youth. 



Gallery 65. 



Ganiere, George Etienne. 

Born Chicaeo, 111., 1865. Studied: AIC. 
Honors: Shaffer prize, highest award for ideal 
sculpture, Art Institute, Chicago, 1909; first, 
second and third prizes in State competition 
for design for prize for Illinois Bldg. at San 
Francisco. Member: Chicago Society Artists, 
Art Institute Alumni Ass'n. 

3107. Head of Lincoln. 

Gallery 66. 

Gelert, Johannes. 

Born Nvbel, Prussia, 1852; came to United 
c tate= 1887. Studied: Roynl Academv of 
Fine Arts in Copenhagen. Member: NSS; 
N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1898. Honors: Scholarship 
from Danish government for studv in Italv. 
188?-83: frold med^l. Nashville Exp., 1897; 
fold medal, AC Phila. 1899; hon. mention, 
Pqris Exp.. 1900: hon. mention. Pan-Am. Exp., 
Buffalo, 1901; gold medal, A AS 1902. 



1602. 



Denmark Medal: Reverse. 
Gallerv 39, Case 4. 



1603. Denmark Medal: Obverse. 

Gallery 39, Case 4. 
2602. Evening Prayer. 

Gallerv 55. 
3939. Theseus Courting Adriadne. 

Gallery 88. 

Grafly, Charles. 

Born Philadelphia. 1862. Studied with 
Fakins in Philadelnhin; Chapu and Dampt in 
Paris. Member: N^S: ANA 1902: NA 1905: 
N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1902: Nat. Tnst. A. L. Hon- 
ors: Hon. mention, Paris Salon. 1891; hon. 
mention. Temnle Trust Fund, PAFA, 1892: 
medal. Columbian Exp.. Chicago. 1893; silver 
medal, \t!^nta Exp., 1895; pold medal of 
honor, PAFA 1899; "old medal. Paris Exn., 
1900; gold medal. Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo. 
1901; pold medal. Charleston Exp., 1902; grand 
prize, Buenos Aires Exp., 1910. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

2509. Maidenhood 

Gallery 51. 

2558. Edward W Redfl"ld. 

Galler- 54. 

2559. Joseph R. De Camn. 

Gallerv 54. 

2560. Edwin Swift Clymer. 

Gallery '54. 



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Grafly, Charles (Continued). 

2561. The Entomologist. 

Lent by Henry L. Viereck, Esq. 
Gallery 54. 

2562. Thomas P. Anshutz. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 54. 

2563. William M. Paxton. 

Gallery 54. 
3086. Marble Head. 

Gallery 66. 
3099. The Oarsman. 

Gallery 66. 

3863. George Harding. 

Gallery 85. 

3864. W. Elmer Schofield. 

Gallery 85. 
3867. The Surgeon. 

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

Gallery 85. 

4489. The Pioneer Mother. 
Colonnade. 

Grimes, Frances. 

Born Braceville, Ohio. Studied: Pratt Inst. 
in Brooklyn; studios of Herbert Adams and 
St. Gaudens. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1380. Mrs. C. H. Crane. 

Gallery 38, Wall A. 

1439. Joseph Parsons. 

Gallery 38, Case 7. 

1440. Mrs. Joseph Parsons. 

Gallery 38, Case 7. 

1441. Mrs. George Parsons. 

Gallery 38, Case 7. 

1442. George Goodyear, Esq. 

Gallery 38, Case 7. 

1443. Arthur Whiting. 

Gallery 38, Case 7. 
3106. Rex Fincke, Jr. 

Gallery 66. 
3113. Miss Pearmain. 

Gallery 66. 

3129. Ralph Pulitzer, Jr. 

Gallery 66. 

Harvey, Eli. 

Born Ogden, Ohio, 1860. Studied: Cincin- 
nati Academy under Lentz, Noble and Rebisso; 
Julian Academy in Paris under Lefebvre. 
Constant and Doucet; Delacluse Academy un- 
der Delance and Callot, and Fremiet at the 
Jardin des Plantes. Member: NSS; N. Y. 
Arch. Lg. 1903; AS. Honors: First class 
gold medal for painting, Paris-Province Exp., 
1900'; Wanamaker prize for sculpture, Paris 
AAA 1900; bronze medal for sculpture, Pan- 
Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1382. Lion Combating. 

Gallery 38, Wall B. 

1383. Lioness Combating. 

Gallery 38, Wall B. 
1696. Adonis: Young Greyhound. 

Gallery 39. 
2875. Maternal Provisions. 

Gallery 62. 
2882. Adonis : Greyhound Recumbent. 

Gallery 62. 
3566. American Elk. 

Gallery 73. 
381G. Rex: Lion with Antelope. 

Gallery 80. 
4463. Lion of the Desert. 

Gallery 120. 



Heber, Carl Augustus. 

Born Stuttgart, Germany, 1874. Studied 
with Taft in Chicago. Member: NSS. Hon- 
ors: Bronze medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacinc International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

4519. Bondage. 

Colonnade. 

Hering, Henry. 

Born New York, 1874. Studied: ASL of 
N. Y.; Beaux Arts, Paris, and with Augustus 
Saint Gaudens. 

Bronze Medal -for Sculpture, Panama-Pacific 
International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

Silver Medal for Medals, Panama-Pacific In- 
ternational Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1375. Portrait Relief: Mr. Evarts Tracy. 

Gallery 38, Wall A. 
1381. Portrait Relief: Mrs. Tracy Dows. 

Gallery 38, Wall B. 
1385. Portrait Relief: Stephen H. Olin. 

Gallery 38, Wall B. 

1549. Model for Scarsdale Golf and Coun- 

try Club Medal: Obverse. 
Gallery 39, Case 1. 

1550. Stephen Henry Olin: Obverse. 

Gallery 39, Case 1. 

1551. Evarts Tracy. 

Gallery 39, Case 1. 

1552. Medal: American Institute of Archi- 

tects : Reverse. 

Gallery 39, Case 1. 

1553'. Medal: Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition. 

Gallery 39, Case 1. 

1554. Scarsdale Golf and Country Club 

Medal: Obverse. 

Gallery 39, Case 1. 

1555. Scarsdale Golf and Country Club 

Medal : Reverse. 

Gallery 39, Case 1. 

1556. Huntington Walcott Jackson. 

Gallery 39, Case 1. 

1557. Charles Albert Coffin. 

Gallery 39, Case 1 

1558. Medal: American Institute of Archi- 

tects : Obverse. 

Gallery 39, Case 1. 

1559. Alice Olin Dows and Stephen Olin 

Dows. 

Gallery 39, Case 1. 

1560. Stephen Henry Olin: Reverse. 

Gallery 39, Case 1. 

1561. Model for Scarsdale Golf and Coun- 

try Club Medal: Reverse. 

Gallery 39, Case 1. 
2346. Bust of Augustus Saint Gaudens. 

Gallery 47, Wall D. 
3097. Memory. 

Gallery 66. 
3100. Devotion. 

Gallery 66. 
3119. Courage. 

Gallery 66. 
3122. Peace. 

Gallery 66. 

3276. Running Diana. 

Gallery 68. 

3277. L' Allegro. 

Gallery 68. 

Hill, Clara. 

Born Massachusetts. Studied with Augus- 
tus Saint Gaudens; Julian Academy under 
Puech, and Colorossi A'cademy under Injalbert 
in Paris. Honor: Grand prize, Seattle Exp., 
1909. 



1604. 



Frederick Bruce Kelham. 
Gallery 39, Case 4. 



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Hoard, Margaret. 

Born Iowa. Studied: Teachers' College; 
Columbia University; ASL of N. Y. Honors: 
St. Gaudens Scholarship; Art Students' 
League; Automne Salon 1914. Member: Art 
Students' League; Union Internationale des 
Beaux-Arts et des Lettres. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2247. The Old Woman. 

Gallery 45. 
3137. Eve. 

Gallery 66. 

Hoffman, Malvina. 

Born in New York. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2872. Russian Bacchanale. 

Gallery 62. 

2873. Orientals: Pavlowa and Novikoff. 

Gallery 62. 
2879. Russian Dancers. 

Gallery 62. 
3691. Portrait Bust: Bonarius Grimson. 

Gallery 77. 

Hollister, Antoinette B. 

Born Chicago, 111. Studied: CAT; Paris 
with M. Rodin and M. Inj albert. Exhibited 
in Salon Paris, 1907. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3396. Bavarian Peasant Mother and Child. 
Gallery 70. 

Holm, Victor S. 

Born Copenhagen, Denmark, 1876. Studied : 
AIC under Lorado Taft; Philip Martiny in 
New York. Member: SWA (Assoc.) ; Nat'l. 
Sculpture Society. Honors: First prize Ar- 
tists' Guild, St. Louis, 1914. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3823. Edmund H. Wuerpel, Esq. 

Gallery 83. 

4480. Halsey C. Ives, Esq., Director De- 
partment of Fine Arts, Louisiana 
Purchase Exposition. 

Colonnade. 

4512. Prima Mater. 

Colonnade. 

Hovenden, Martha M. 

Born Plymouth Meeting, Pa., 1884. Studied 
with Charles Grafly; PAFA, and H. A. Mac- 
Neil, ASL of N. Y. 

4154. Girl and Kitten: Sundial. 
Gallery 117. 

Humphriss, Charles Harry. 

Born England, 1867. Studied in London. 
Member: NSS. 

3193 1 . Indian Hunter. 

Gallery 67. 

Hyatt, Anna Vaughan. 

Born Cambridge, Mass., 1876. Studied with 
Henry H. Kitson in Boston; H. A. MacNeil 
in New York. Member: NSS. Honors: 
Bronze medal, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904; 
third class medal, Paris Salon, 1910; hon. 
mention, Salon, 1906-1911. 



Hyatt, Anna Vaughn (Continued). 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

918. Fighting Elephants. 

Gallery 34. 
2512. Lion and Lioness Group. 

Gallery 51. 
2979. L'Orage. 

Gallery 64. 
3042. Colts in a Storm. 

Gallery 65. 
3049. Eight-Horse Group. 

Gallery 65. 
3571. Tiger Group. 

Gallery 73, Case 1. 

3580. Winter Group. 

Gallery 73, Case 1. 

3581. Jaguar Reaching. 

Gallery 73, Case 1. 

4520. Great Dane. 

Colonnade. 

4521. Great Dane. 

Colonnade. 

Jaegers, Albert. 

Born Elberfeld, Germany, 1868. Self- 
taught. Member: NSS; N. Y. Municipal AS. 
Honors: Bronze medal, Louisiana Purchase 
Exp., 1904. 

Bronze Medal, Panama- Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



3569. 



Portrait: Uncle Joe Cannon. 
Gallery 73. 



Johnson, Grace Mott. 

Born, New York, 1882. Studied: ASL of 
N. Y. 

1396. Chimpanzees. 

Gallery 38, Wall D. 
3334. Chimpanzee. 

Gallery 69. 
3339. Greyhound. 

Gallery 69. 
3342. Goat. 

Gallery 69, Case 1. 

Kanno, Gertrude Boyle. 

Born San Francisco, 1878. Studied: Cogs- 
well College, Calif.; School of Mechanical Art; 
Mark Hopkins Institute of Art. Honors: 
Gold medals, State Fair and Seattle, Pacific- 
Yukon; Scholarship, Mark Hopkins. 

3109. Head of William Keith. 

Gallery 66. 
3111. Takeshi Kanno. 

Gallery 66. 

Kemeys, Edward S. 

Born Savannah, Ga., 1843; died Georgetown, 
Washington, D. C., 1907. Studied: New 
York Schools. Employed in the civil engineer 
corps of Central Park, N. Y., after serving 
in the Civil War. 

1513. Buffalo and Wolves. 
Gallery 38. 
2925. Battle of the Bulls. 

Lent by The Art Institute of 
Chicago. 

Gallery 63. 

3348. While the Mother Sleeps: Female 

Jaguar with Cubs. 

Lent by The Art Institute of 

Chicago. 
Gallery 69, Case 2. 

3349. Lion No. 947. 

Lent by The Art Institute of 

Chicago. 
Gallery 69, Case 2. 



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Kcmeys, Edward S. (Continued). 

3351. A Mountaineer: Rocky Mountain 

Sheep. 

Gallery 69, Case 2. 

3352. Peacock and Sleeping Rabbit. 

Lent by The Art Institute of 

Chicago. 

Gallery 69, Case 2. 
3354. Wolf at Bay. 

Lent by The Art Institute of 

Chicago. 

Gallery 69, Case 2. 
3357. Mad Panther. 

Lent by The Art Institute of 

Chicago. 

Gallery 69, Case 2. 

3359. Deer with Large Antlers: Standing. 
Lent by The Art Institute of 

Chicago. 

Gallery 69, Case 2. 
3815. Fighting Panther and Deer. 
Gallery 80. 

Kendall, Sergeant. 

Born Spuyten Duyvil, N. Y., 1869. Studied: 
ASL of N. Y.; Eakins in Philadelphia; Ecole 
des Beaux-Arts and Merson in Paris. Mem- 
ber: SAA 1898; ANA 1901; NA 1905; Nat. 
Inst. A. L. Honors: Hon. mention, Paris 
Salon, 1891; medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 
1893; Lippincott prize, PAFA 1894; hon. men- 
tion, Tennessee Centennial Exp., Nashville, 
1897; second prize, Worcester Museum, 1900; 
bronze medal, Paris Exp., 1900; bronze medal, 
C. I. Pittsburgh, 1900; second prize, Worces- 
ter Museum, 1901; silver medal for painting, 
bronze medal for drawing and hon. mention 
for sculpture, Pan- Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; 
Shaw prize, SAA 1901; Shaw Fund Purchase, 
SAA 1903; gold medal, Louisiana Purchase 
Exp., 1904; Isidor medal, NAD 1908; Harris 
prize, AIC 1908; Palmer gold medal, AIC 1910. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2463. Elizabeth. 

Gallery 50. 

2464. Breton Girl. 

Gallery 50. 

2465. Quest. 

Gallery 50. 

Kimball, Isabel Moore. 

Born Wentworth, la. Studied with Herbert 
Adams. 

1412. Portrait Plaquette. 

Gallery 38, Case 2. 
1416. Portrait Medallion. 

Gallery 38, Case 2. 

Knight, Charles Robert. 

Born Brooklyn, N. Y., 1874. Studied with 
Brush and Du Mond, ASL of N. Y., Metropoli- 
tan Art School. 

4464. Kodiak Bear. 

Gallery 120. 
4469. Polar Bear. 

Gallery 120. 
4471. Leaping Tiger. 

Gallery 120. 

Kontl, Isidore. 

Born Vienna, Austria, 1862. Studied: Im- 
perial Academy in Vienna under Helmer and 
Knudmann. Came to the United States in 
1892. Member: NSS; N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1901; 
ANA 1901, NA 1905. Honor: Gold medal, 
Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904. 



Konti, Isidore (Continued). 
809. Surprise. 

Gallery 33. 
3398. Solace. 

Gallery 70. 
3574. Scherzo. 

Gallery 73, Case 1. 

3620. Immortality of Genius. 

Gallery 74. 

3621. Dying Melodies. 

Gallery 74. 
4538. Wood Nymph. 

Colonnade. 

Kratina, Joseph. 

Born in Prague, Bohemia, 1872. Member 
of the Societe des Arts Decoratifs, Paris. 

4467. Genius: Head of Baby. 
Gallery 120. 

Krupka, Joseph. 

Born Rychnov. Bohemia, 1880. Studied: 
Vienna, Prague, Moscow, New York. Honor: 
Suydam medal, Academy of Design, N. Y. 



2513. 



Kiss of the Oceans. 
Gallery 51. 



Ladd, Anna Coleman. 

Born Philadelphia, 1878. Studied in Paris 
and Rome, and with Grafly. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1376. A Roman Lady. 

Gallery 38, Wall A. 
3579. Sleeping Furies. 

Gallery 73, Case 1. 
3582. High Tide: Low Tide. 
Gallery 73, Case 1. 
3688. Winged Head. 

Gallery 77. 
3695. The Human Instrument. 

Gallery 77. 
4043. Eleanora Duse. 

Gallery 92. 
4466. The Sword. 

Gallery 120. 
4475. Wind and Spray. 

Colonnade. 
4509. Rock and Flower Group for Pool. 

Colonnade. 

4514. Triton Babies. 

Colonnade. 

4515. Water Sprites. 

Colonnade. 

4516. Sun-God and Python. 

Colonnade. 

Laessle, Albert. 

Born Philadelphia, 1877. Studied: Spring 
Garden Inst., Drexel Inst., PAFA and Charles 
Grafly. Honors: Stewardson prize and Cres- 
son Traveling Scholarship, PAFA 1904; bronze 
medal, Buenos Aires, 1910. 

Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

2508. Chanticleer. 

Gallery 51. 

2510. Kingfisher. 

Gallery 51. 

2511. Fantail Pigeon. 

Gallery 51. 

3210. The Squirrel. 

Gallery 67, Case 2. 

3211. The Hunter. 

Gallery 67, Case 2. 

3212. Young Turtle. 

Gallery 67, Case 2. 



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Laessle, 


Albert (Continued). 


Macintosh, William W. 


3213. 


Locust and Pine Cone. 


Born West Philadelphia, Pa. Studied: 




Gallery 67, Case 2. 


PAFA, and with Eakins and Chase. 


3214. 


King Crab and Beetle. 






Gallery 67, Case 2. 


1630. Portrait of Mrs. L. 0. M. 


3215. 


Blue-eyed Lizard. 


Gallery 39, Case 7. 




Gallery 67, Case 2. 




3216. 
3217. 


Turtle and Prey. 
Gallery 67, Case 2. 
Repletion. 


McKenzie, B. Tait. 
Born Almonte, Ont., Canada, 1867. 




Gallery 67, Case 2. 


Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 


3218. 


Turning Turtle. 


tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 




Gallery 67, Case 2. 




3219. 


The First Step. 


4550. The Young Franklin. 




Gallery 67, Case 2. 


Rotunda. 


3220. 


An Outcast. 






Gallery 67, Case 2. 


MacNeil, Carol Brooks. 


3221. 
3222. 
3223. 


Frog and Katydid. 
Gallery 67, Case 2. 
The Contented Hop-toad. 
Gallery 67, Case 2. 
The Source. 
Gallery 67, Case 2. 


Born Chicago, 1871. Studied: AIC under 
Lorado Taft; MacMonnies and Inj albert in 
Paris. Member: NSS; N. Y. Honors: Hon. 
mention, Paris Exp., 1900; bronze medal, Lou- 
isiana Purchase Exp., 1904. 


3224. 
3225. 
3226. 


Turtle and Snail. 
Gallery 67, Case 2. 
Heron and Fish. 
Gallery 67, Case 2. 
The Old Bullfrog. 
Gallery 67, Case 2. 


281. Betty. 
Gallery 28. 
3191. First Lesson. 
Gallery 67. 
3285. Farewell to the Fairies. 
Gallery 68. 






3619. The Wave. 


Lee, Arthur. 


Gallery 74. 



Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



3098. 
3121. 



The Virgin. 

Gallery 66. 
The Nigger. 

Lent by Mrs. 
Whitney. 
Gallery 66. 



Harry Payne 



Lichtenauer, J. Mortimer. 

Born New York, 1876. Studied with Mow- 
bray in New York; Merson and Laurens in 
Paris. Member: N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1902; Mural. 
P.; ASL of N. Y. Honors: President's prize, 
N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1903 and 1907. 

3332. Statuette. 

Gallery 69. 

Longman, Evelyn Beatrice. 

Born Winchester, p., 1874. Studied: AIC 
under Taft; French in New York. Member: 
NSS; ANA 190-9. Honors: Silver medal, 
Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

282. Female Torso. 

Gallery 28. 

283. Female Torso. 

Gallery 28. 
4049. Head of Bacchante. 

Gallery 92. 
4527. L' Amour. 

Colonnade. 

Lukeman, Augustus. 

Born Richmond, Va., 1870. Studied with 
Launt Thompson and D. C. French in New 
York; Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, under 
Falguiere. Member: N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1898; 
NSS; ANA 1909. Honors: Bronze medal, 
Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904. 



MacNeil, Hermon A. 

Born Everett, Mass., 1866. Studied: Mass. 
Normal Art School in Boston; with Chapu at 
Julian Academy and Falguiere at Ecole des 
Beaux-Arts in Paris. Member: NSS (ex- 
pres.); ANA 1906; NA 1906; SAA 1901; N. 
Y. Arch. Lg. 190>2; NAC; Nat. Inst. A. L. 
Honors: Rinehart Roman Scholarship, 1896- 
1900; designer's medal, Columbian Exp., Chi- 
cago, 1893; silver medal, Atlanta Exp., 1895; 
silver medal, Paris Exp., 1900; gold medal, 
Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; gold medal, 
Charleston Exp., 190'2; commemorative gold 
medal, Louisiana Purchase 'Exp., 1904; com- 
memorative medal, Jewish Settlement in Amer- 
ica; gold medal, Buenos Aires Exp., 1910. 

Gold medal, Panama-Pacific^ International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

1599. Pan-American Medal of Award: Re- 

verse. 

Gallery 3"9, Case 4. 

1600. Pan-American Medal of Award: Ob- 

verse. 

Gallery >39, Case 4. 

1607. Medal of Honor Architectural League 

of New York : Reverse. 
Gallery 39, Case 4. 

1608. Medal of Honor Architectural League 

of New York: Obverse. 
Gallery 3*9, Case 4. 

3279. Incoming Wave. 

Gallery 68. 

3280. Girl with Young Satyr. 

Gallery 68. 



Manatt, William Whitney. . 

Born Granville, O., 1875. Studied 
Saint Gaudens at ASL of N. Y. 



3343. 



Nymph. 

Gallery 69, Case 1. 



3331. Diana. 

McCartan, E. 
2978. Pan. 



Gallery 69. 



Gallery 64. 



Manor, Florence. 

Born Santa Cruz, Cal., 1881. Honor: 
medal, Alaska- Yukon Exp., 1909. 



The Florence Madonna. 
Gallery 119. 



with 



Gold 



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Manship, Paul. 

Born St. Paul, Minn., 1886. Studied: St. 
Paul Art School; PAFA; three years' fellow- 
ship at the American Academy in Rome. Hon- 
ors: Helen Foster Barnett prize for sculpture, 
NAD of New York, 1913; Widener gold med- 
al, PAFA, 1914. 

Gold medal, Panama-Pacific International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 1915. 

4048. Satyr and Sleeping Nymph. 
Gallery 92. 

4077. Little Brother. 

Gallery 93. 

4078. Lyric Muse. 

Gallery 93. 

4079. Indian Hunter. 

Gallery 93. 

4080. Prong-horn Antelope. 

Gallery 93. 

4081. Portrait of a Baby. 

Gallery 93. 

4082. Centaur and Dryad. 

Gallery 93. 

4083. Portrait Statuette. 

Gallery 93. 

4084. Playfulness. 

Gallery 93. 

4085. Spring Awakening. 

Gallery 93. 

Mazur, Wladyslaw. 

Born Zaslo, Poland, 1875. Studied: Vi- 
enna, Societaire, Salon d'Automne Paris, 1914. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1389. Portrait. 

Gallery 38, Wall C. 
1394. Coquetry. 

Gallery 38, Wall D. 
4388. Motherless. 

Gallery 119. 

Hears, Helen Farnsworth. 

Born Oshkosh, Wis., 1876. Studied: New 
York and Paris. Member: NSS. Honors: 
Prize ($500) from Milwaukee Women's Club, 
Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; silver medal, 
Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



1387. 



Portrait of My Mother. 
Gallery 38, Wall C. 



Miller, Joseph Maxwell. 

Born Baltimore, 1877. Studied: Maryland 
Inst. School of Art and Design; Rinehart 
School of Sculpture and Charcoal Club in 
Baltimore; Julian Academy in Paris under 
Verlet. Member: NSS. Honors: Gold med- 
al of honor, Maryland Inst. of Art Design, 
1897; Rinehart Scholarship to Paris 1900-06 ; 
hon. mention, Paris Salon, 1902; silver medal, 
Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1447. Portrait Heads: Obverse. 

Gallery 38, Case 8. 

1448. Portrait Heads. 

Gallery 38, Case 8. 

1451. William Sidney Thayer. 

Gallery 38, Case 8. 

1454. Jubilee Medal : James, Cardinal Gib- 

bons : Obverse. 

Gallery 38, Case 8. 

1455. Jubilee Medal: James, Cardinal Gib- 

bons : Reverse. 

Gallery 38, Case 8. 



Mora, Joseph Jacinto. 

Born Montevideo, Uruguay, 1876. Studied: 
ASL of N. Y.; N. Y. Art School under Chase; 
Cowles Art School in Boston. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

2153. Scratching a Twister. 

Gallery 43. 
2869. Chochonee. 

Gallery 02. 
2877. The Moki Hairdresser. 

Gallery 62. 
3t)85. Moki Mana. 

Gallery 66. 
3087. Old Moki. 

Gallery 66. 
3635. Esoah. 

Gallery 75. 

Mott-Smith, May. 

Born Honolulu, Hawaii. Studied: Colo- 
rossi Academy under Courtois, Van Weyden, 
Garridos, T. Spicer-Simson. 

1415. Diana. 

Gallery 38, Case 2. 

Muller, Olga Popoff. 

Born Long Island City, 1883. Studied: Pet- 
rograd; Munich: Paris. Honors: Medal of 
honor, Women Artists, Paris; honorable men- 
tion, Academy, Chicago; first Sculptural prize, 
Association of Women Painters and Sculptors, 
New York. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



2864. 
3570. 
4495. 
4529. 
4534. 



Meditation. 

Gallery 62. 
Head of Breton. 

Gallery 73. 
Primitive Man. 

Colonnade. 
Centaur. 

Colonnade. 
Idyl. 

Colonnade. 



Neilsen, M. P. 

1395. Double Medallion: Louis and Han- 
nah Sharnfeld. 

Gallery 38, Wall D. 

Noquet, Paul. 

Born Brussells, 1877; died, 1906. Studied 
in the Brussells Art School under Jean Por- 
taels. In 1900* he entered the annual sculp- 
ture competion in Belgium and won the "Prix 
Godecharle" Scholarship of Rome. He also 
studied in Paris, sculpture with Mercie and 
painting with Gerome. Came to America in 
1903. He was a dauntless and able aeronaut, 
and died in the marshes of Long Island, into 
which his balloon had fallen after one of the 
most remarkable flights ever made. 

327. Endless Grief. 

Gallery 29. 
3583. Despair. 

Gallery 73, Case 1. 
3585. Weeping Man. 

Gallery 73, Case 1. 
4494. Soldier of Marathon. 

Lent by Gutzon Borglum, Esq. 
Colonnade. 

O' Donovan, William E. 

Born Preston Co., Va., 1844. Member: 
ANA 1878; N. Y. Arch. Lg. 

4045. Bust of Dr. Talcott Williams. 

Lent by Dr. Talcott Williams. 
Gallery 92. 



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Paine, Robert T. 

Born Valparaiso, Ind., 1869. Studied with 
Augustus Saint Gaudens. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



4510. 



Fountain for Public Garden. 
Colonnade. 



Parsons, Edith Barretto. 

Born in Virginia. Studied: ASL of N. 
Y. Honor: Scholarship at ASL and com- 
petitive prizes. 



4498. 



Fountain: Duck Baby. 
Colonnade. 



Partridge, William Ordway. 

Born Paris, 1861. Studied: Elwell in New 
York; Pio Welonski in Rome. Member: NSS; 
AIA (cor.). 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3194. Bust of Dr. Weir Mitchell. 
Gallery 67. 

Patigian, Haig. 

Born in California, 1876. Studied with 
Marquette in Paris. Member: Societe des 
Artistes Francais. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

3093. Mrs. C. Frederick Kohl. 

Gallery 66. 
3095. John Keith, Esq. 

Gallery 66. 
3133. Vanity. 

Gallery 66. 
4476. Diana. 

Colonnade. 
4524. Apollo Hunting. 

Colonnade. 

Perry, E. Hinton. 

Born New York, 1870. Studied with Ger- 
ome, Delance, Callot, Chapu and Puech in 
Paris. Member: NSS; N. Y. Arch. Lg. 
1898; NAC. 

4501. Daughter of Pan. 
Colonnade. 

Piccirilli, Attilio. 

Born Massa, Italy, 1866. Studied: Acad- 
emia San Luca, Rome. Came to U. S. 1888. 
Member: N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1902: NSS; ANA 
1909. Honors: Bronze medal, Pan-Am. Exp., 
Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, Louisiana Purchase 
Exp., 1904. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francsico, 1915. 

2097. Head of a Girl. 

Gallery 42. 

2098. Head of a Boy. 

Gallery 42. 
3132. A Soul. 

Gallery 66. 
3136. Mater Consolatrix. 

Gallery 66. 
3564. Head Portrait. 

Gallery 73. 

3826. Fragment of a Statue. 

Gallery 83. 

3827. Fragment of a Statue. 

Gallery 83. 
4497. A Faun's Toilet. 

Colonnade. 
4533. An Outcast. 

Colonnade. 



Piccirilli, Furio. 

Born Massa., Italy, 1868. Studied: Acad- 
emia San Luca, Rome. Came to U. S. 1888. 
Member: NSS. Honors: Hon. mention, 
Pan : Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, 
Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

4536. Eurydice. 

C'olonnade. 

4537. Young Mother and Child. 

C'olonnade. 



Pietro, C. S. 

Born Palermo, 1886. Studied in Rome. 
Honors: Scholarship for study in Rome. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

4505. Mother of the Dead. 

Colonnade. 
Pietz, Adam. 

Born Offenbach on Main, Germany, 1873. 
Studied: PAFA; Art Institute, Chicago, Til. 

1377. Louis G. Heinze. 

Gallery 38, Wall A. 
1601. Stephen Girard. 

Gallery 39, Case 4. 

1605. Dorothy. 

Gallery 39, Case 4. 

1606. Helen. 

Gallery 39, Case 4. 
1609. Maurits Leefson. 

Gallery 39, Case 4. 

Polasek, Albin. 

Born Frenstat, Moravia, 1879. Studied: 
PAFA. Honors: William E. Cresson Trav- 
eling scholarship, 1907-1909. Prix de Rome, 
1910. Hon. mention, Paris Salon, 1913. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

280. Maternal Love. 

Gallery 28. 
284. Portrait of a Baby. 

Gallery 28. 
286. Fantasy. 

Gallery 28. 
2865. Portrait Bust of Frank D. Millet. 

Gallery 62. 
3737. Portrait Bust of Theodore X. Ely. 

Gallery 78. 
4044. Aspiration. 

Gallery 92. 
4488. Portrait of a Boy. 

Colonnade. 
4499. The Maiden of the Roman Campagna. 

Colonnade. 
4530. The Sower. 

Colonnade. 

Pope, Alexander. 

Born Boston, Mass., 1849. 

2603. Our Vanishing Wild Life. 
Gallery 55. 

Portnoff, Alexander. 

Born Tomashpoll, Russia, 1887. Studied: 
PAFA. Honor: Cresson Traveling Scholar- 
ship, 1912-13, PAFA. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3734. Portrait Bust. 

Gallery 78. 



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Powers, Hiram. 


Proctor, A. Phimister (Continued). 


Born Woodstock, Vt., 1805; died at Flor- 
ence, 1873. He modeled and repaired wax 


3524. Elk. 
Gallery 72, Case 1. 


figures in a museum at Cincinnati for seven 


3525. Dog with Bone. 


years. Went to Washington in 1835, to model 


Gallery 72, Case 1. 


busts of celebrated men. He established him- 


3526. Buffalo, Q. H. 


self in Florence in 1837. 


Gallery 72, Case 1. 




3527. Alaskan Brown Bear: Head. 


3110. California. 


Gallery 72, Case 1. 


Gallery 66. 


3528. Silver King Fish. 




Gallery 72, Case 1. 


Pratt, Bela Lyon. 


3529. Princeton Tiger. 9-inch Reduction. 


Born Norwich, Conn., 1867. Studied: Yale 
School of Fine Art under Niemeyer and W T eir; 
ASL, Saint Gauden?, Elwell, Chase and Cox 
in New York; Ecole des Beaux- Arts in Paris 
under Falguiere and Chapu. Member: NSS; 
ANA 1900; N. Y. Arch. Lg.; Nat. Inst. A. 
L. Honors: Hon. mention, Paris Salon 1897; 
silver medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901 ; 


Gallery 72, Case 1. 
3530. Princeton Tiger. 22-inch Reduction. 
Gallery 72, Case 1. 
3531. Faun: First Model. 
Gallery 72, Case 1. 
4478. American Bison. 
Colonnade. 
4542. American Bison. 


silver medal, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 19C4. 


Colonnade. 


Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francsico, 1915. 


Putnam, Arthur. 
Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International 


2836. Bust of Mrs. Pratt, 


Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 


Gallery 61 




3090. River Nymph. 


3196. Indian and Puma. 


Gallery 66 


Gallery 67, Case 1. 


3126. Bust of My Mothe'r. 
Gallery 66. 


3197. Skunked Wild Cat. 
Gallery 67, Case 1. 


3960. Young Mother. 
Gallery 89. 
3961. Upstream and Downstream. 
Gallery 89. 
3962. Echo 


3198. Sneaking Coyote. 
Gallery 67, Case 1. 
3199. Leopard and Gnu. 
Gallery 67, Case 1. 
3200. Combat. 


Gallery 89. 
3963. The Butterfly. 
Gallery 89. 
3964. Polo Plaver. 
Gallery 89 


Gallery 67, Case 1. 
3201. Tiger Love. 
Gallery 67, Case 1. 
3202. Resting Puma. 
Gallery 67, Case 1. 


3965. Edward Everett Hale. 
Gallery 89 


3203. Little Cub Bear. 
Gallery 67, Case 1. 


3966. Nathan Hale. 
Gallery 89. 
3967. Study of a Young Girl. 


3204. Buffalo Hunt. 
Gallery 67, Case 1. 
3205. Coyote Head. 
Gallery 67, Case 1. 


3968. Lord Amherst. 


3206. Crouching Wild Cat. 


Gallery 89. 
3969. St. Christopher. 
Gallprv 90 


Gallery 67, Case 1. 
3207. Two Pumas. 
Gallery 67, Case 1. 


vraiicry 0*7. 
4511. Whaleman. 


3208. Puma and Snake. 


Colonnade. 
4528. Boy with Fish. 
Colonnade. 


Gallery 67, Case 1. 
3209. Snarling Jaguar. 
Gallery 67, Case 1. 


4544. Large Relief No. 2. 
Rotunda. 


Putnam, Brenda. 


4551. Large Relief No. 1. 


Born Minneapolis, Minn., 1890. Studied: 


Rotunda. 


Art Museum School, Boston; ASL of N. Y.; 


"PrAi^f.AV A "PViiYYiia+m- 


Corcoran School, Washington. 



Born Bozanquit, Canada, 1862. Studied: 
NAD and ASL in New York; Puech and In- 
jalbert in Paris. Member: ANA 1901, NA 
1904; SAA 1895; AWCS; N. Y. Arch. Lg., 
1899; NSS; Nat. Inst. A. L. Honors: Medal, 
Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; Rinehart schol- 
arship to Paris 1895-1900; gold medal, Paris 
Exp., 1900; gold medal for sculpture and 
bronze medal for painting, Louisiana Purchase 
Exp., 1904; N. Y. Arch. Lg. medal, 1911. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

925. Indian on Horse. 

Gallery 35. 
929. Lions. 

Gallery 35. 

3521. Charging Elephant. 

Gallery 72, Case 1. 

3522. Buffalo. 

Gallery 72, Case 1. 

3523. American Horse. 

Gallery 72, Case 1. 



2154. The Parting. 

Gallery 43. 

Quinn, Edmond T. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa. Studied with Eakins 
in Philadelphia; Injalbert in Paris. Member: 
NSS. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

285. Audrey. 

Gallery 28. 
3118. Edwin Markham, Esq. 

Gallery 66. 
3192. Nymph. 

Gallery 67. 
3568. Portrait of C. H. Chavant, Esq. 

Gallery 73. 
3829. Aspiration. 

Lent by Mrs. Henry W. Boettger. 

Gallery 83. 
4507. Nymph: Garden Figure. 

Colonnade. 



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Kecchia, Richard H. 

Born Quincy, Mass., 1885. Studied: Museum 
of Fine Arts, Boston, Mass. ; Julian Academy, 
Paris. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1374. Bas-relief Portrait: Bela L. Pratt. 

Gallery 38, Wall A. 
1386. Bas-relief Portrait: H. E. Smith. 

Gallery 38, Wall C. 
1388. Bas-relief Portrait: F. 0. Recchia. 

Gallery 38, Wall G. 
1398. Bas-relief Portrait: George Guest. 

Gallery 38, Wall D. 

3399. Golden Age No. 1. 

Gallery 70. 

3400. Golden Age No. 2. 

Gallery 70. 

4546. Relief: Boston Museum of Fine 
Arts No. 2. 

Rotunda. 

4548. Relief: Boston Museum of Fine 
Arts No. 1. 

Rotunda. 

Remington, Frederic. 

Born Canton, N. Y., 1861. Died 1909. 
Studied: Yale Art School one year. Honor: 
Silver medal for sculpture, Paris Exp., 1889. 
ANA; member Nat. Inst. A. L. 

2976. Rattlesnake. 

Gallery 64. 

2977. Broncho Buster. 

Gallery 64. 
2980. Cheyenne. 

Gallery 64. 

Richards, Lucy. 

Born Lawrence, Mas?. Studied: Boston 
Museum School; Keps in Dresden; Eustrich 
in Berlin; Julian Academy in Paris. 



3640. 



The Lilies: A Sun Dial. 
Gallery 75. 



Risque, Caroline Everett. 

Born St. Louis, Mo., 1886. Studied: St. 
Louis School of Fine Arts under Zolany. 
Member : SWA. 

2871. Mere Colaer. 

Gallery 62. 
2874. In the Morning. 

Gallery 62. 
2878. The Old One. 

Gallery 62. 
2881. Josef. 

Gallery 62. 
4513. Bird Fountain. 

Colonnade. 

Roth, Frederick G. B. 

Born Brooklyn, 1872. Studied: Hellmer 
and Meyerhelm in Vienna. Member: NSS; 
ANA 1906; NA 1906; N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1902; 
Nat. Inst. A. L. SAA 1903. Honors: Silver 
medal, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904; silver 
medal, Buenos Aires Exp., 1910. 

Gold Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2249. The Booklover. 

Gallery 45, Case 7. 

2250. Polar Bear. 

Gallery 45, Case 7. 

2251. Seal. 

Gallery 45, Case 7. 

2252. Hippopotamus. 

Gallery 45, Case 7. 



Roth, Frederick G. R. (Continued). 

2253. Calf. 

Gallery 45, Case 7. 

2254. Polar Bear. 

Gallerv 45, Case 7. 

2255. Tug of War. 

Gallery 45, Case 7. 

2256. Equestrienne. 

Gallery 45, Case 7. 
Sea Lion. 

Gallerv 45, Case 7. 
The Baker. 

Gallery 45, Case 7. 
The Candlestickmaker. 

Gallery 45, Case 7. 
The Butcher. 

Gallery 45, Case 7. 
Polar Bear. 

Gallery 66. 
Sea Lions. 

Colonnade. 



2257. 
2258. 
2259. 
2260. 
3135. 
4473. 



Rumsey, Charles Cary. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2383. Hound. 

Gallery 48, Case 1. 

2384. Horse and Man Drinking. 

Gallery 48, Case 1. 

2385. Study for Centaur. 

Gallery 48, Case 1. 
23"86. Scratching Dog. 

Gallery 48, Case 1. 

2387. Lion Cub. 

Gallery 48, Case 1. 

2388. Calf and Colt. 

Gallery 48, Case 1. 

2389. Stone Bull. 

Gallery 48, Case 1. 

2867. Hound Andirons. 

Gallery 62. 

2868. Hound Andiron. 

Gallery 62. 
4532. Boyhood. 

Colonnade. 

Rush, William. 

Born in Philadelphia, 1756; died in same 
citj r , 1833. First sculptor of American birth 
and parentage. Received instruction in clay 
modelling from Joseph Wright. Became known 
as a carver of figure-heads for ships, and later 
of busts of eminent persons. Served in the 
Revolutionarv army. One of the founders 
PAFA and Director until his death. 

2760. Bust of Lafayette. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 59, Wall D. 
2807. Bust of William Rush. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
Gallery 60. 

Ryden, Henning. 

Honorable Mention. Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



1592. 
1593. 



1596. 



1597. 



Charles Dickens. 

Gallerv 39, Case 3. 
Medal: Inauguration, 1913. 

Gallery 39, Case 3. 
Medal: The American Carnation 
Society. 

Gallery 39, Case 3. 
Medal: American Institute of Chem- 
ical Engineers. 

Gallery 39. Case 3. 
The Dorner Memorial Medal. 

Gallery 39, Case 3. 
The Horticultural Society of Chicago. 

Gallery 39, Case 3. 



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Sahler, Helen. 

Born Carmel, N. Y., 1877. 
of N. Y. and Enid Yandell. 



Studied: ASL 



3736. 



Head of a Boy. 

Gallery 78. 



Saint Gaudens, Annetta Johnson. 

Born Flint, Ohio. Studied: Columbus Art 
School; ASL, N. Y. Honors: Scholarship 
Columbus Art School; Scholarship ASL 9f N. 
Y. ; Sculpture prize, 1913, Woman Painters 
and Sculptors Exhibition. 

Honorable Mention Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1390. Edward and John Lancaster Burling. 

Gallery 38, Wall C. 
1400. Carlota Saint Gaudens. 
Gallery 38, Wall D. 
1409. Medallion : Baby. 

Gallery 38, Case 2. 
1456. Medallion: L. St. G. 

Gallery 38, Case 8. 
2929. Bedtime. 

Gallery 63. 
3089. Louis Johnson. 

Gallery 66. 

3112. Paul Saint-Gaudens. 
Gallery 66. 



Saint Gaudens, Augustus. 

Born in Dublin, Ireland, 1848; died at 
Cornish, N. H., 1907. He was brought to 
New York when six months old. Followed 
the profession of cameo-cutter. Studied at 
Cooper Institute, 1861, and NAD 1865-66. 
Later studied in Paris under Francois Jouff- 
roy, also worked in Rome; returned to New 
York in 1872. 

4479. Seated Lincoln. 

Lent by the Lincoln Monument 
Fund. 

Colonnade. 



Saint Gaudens, Louis. 

Born New York, 1854. Studied with his 
brother, Augustus Saint Gaudens: Ecole des 
Beaux-Arts in Paris. Member: NSS. Honor: 
Silver medal, Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901. 

1411. Franklin Medal. 

Gallery 38, Case 2. 
1444. Medallion Portrait. 

Gallery 38. Case 8. 
3689. Head of Ceres. 

Gallery 77. 
3865. Infant's Head. 

Gallery 85. 
4481. Piping Pan. 

Colonnade. 



Salvatore, Victor D. 

Born Italy, 1884. Studied with: Charles 
Niehaus, H. A. MacNeil and A. Phimister 
Proctor. Honor: Bronze medal, Louisiana 
Purchase Exp., 1904. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

2347. Head of Old Lady. 

Gallery 47, Wall D. 
3117. Study of a Young Girl. 

Gallery 66. 
35G7. Study of Old Man. 

Gallery 73. 



Salvatore, Victor D. (Continued). 
3832. Seeking. 

Gallery 83. 
4525. Youth. 

Colonnade. 

Sawyer, Edward Warren. 

Born Chicago, 111., 1876. Studied with Ver- 
let and Rodin in Paris. Honor: Bronze 
medal, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



1562. 


Ba-Haw: Arapahoe. 




Gallery 39, Case 2. 


1563. 


Naiche : Apache. 




Gallery 39, Case 2. 


1564. 


Han-Ni-Ait, 




Gallery 39, Case 2. 


1565. 


Ne Aie Ta Ha Wa. 




Gallery 39, Case 2. 


1566. 


Esh Sha a Nish Is. 




Gallery 39, Case 2. 


1567. 


Ho Tua Hwe Ko Mas. 




Gallery 39, Case 2. 


1568. 


Ma Ki Na Ko. 




Gallery 39, Case 2. 


1569. 


Noco Te Mali. 




Gallery 39, Case 2. 


1570. 


Che Ho Ni. 




Gallery 39, Case 2. 


1571. 


Timbo. 




Gallerv 39, Case 2. 


1572. 


Tah Do Ni Pper. 




Gallery 39, Case 2. 


1573. 


Ma Si Ni. 




Gallery 39, Case 2. 


1574. 


Be Sha E Chi E Di Esha. 




Gallery 39, Case 2. 


1575. 


Curley: Custer S'cout. 




Gallery 39, Case 2. 


1576. 


Esh Spa Di E Ash. 




Gallery 39, Case 2. 


1577. 


De Me Tha. 




Gallery 39, Case 2. 


1578. 


On Ah Shin Nin Nah. 




Gallery 39, Case 2. 


1579. 


Tja Yo Ni. 




Gallerv 39, Case 2. 


1580. 


Sota, 




Gallery 39, Case 2. 


1581. 


Noh To I. 




Gallery 39, Case 2. 


1582. 


Est Jan Lopa. 




Gallery 39, Case 2. 


isas. 


Sunka Hanska. 




Gallery 39, Case 2. 


1584. 


Hunpe Ka. 




Gallery 39, Case 2. 


1585. 


Kah Wah Se. 




Gallery 39, Case 2. 


1586. 


See Hah. 




Gallery 39. Case 2. 


1587. 


Sah Cooh Ru Tu Ree Hoo. 




Gallery 39, Case 2. 


1588. 


Stah Pe U. 




Gallery 39, Case 2. 


1589. 


Pee Pe U. 




Gallerv 39, Case 2. 


1590. 


Ne I So Meh. 




Gallery 39, Case 2. 


1591. 


To Wak Ohi Jim. 




Gallery 39, Case 2. 



Schulenburg, Adele E. 

Born St. Louis, Mo., 1883. Studied: St. 
Louis School of Fine Arts under Zolnay; 
Secession School in Berlin; Charles Grafly of 
Philadelphia. Honor: Bronze Medal, Seattle 
Exposition. 



41."). 



Scrub Woman. 

Gallery 117. 



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Schweizer, J. Otto. 

Born Zurich, Switzerland, 1865. 
Dresden, Rome, Florence. 



Studied: 



1468. Fred Silcher. 

Gallery 38, Case 10. 
1471. Portrait of George Linden. 

Gallery 38, Case 10. 

1474. Portrait of the Artist's Mother. 

Gallery 38, Case 10. 

1475. Alexander the Great. 

Gallery 38, Case 10. 
1478. Portrait S. Wier Mitchell. 
Gallery 38, Case 10. 



Scudder, Janet. 

Born Terre Haute, Ind., 1873. Studied: 
Cincinnati Art Academy with Rebisso; Taft in 
Chicago; Macmonnies in Paris. Member: 
NSS; NAC. Honors: Medal, Columbian 
Exp., Chicago. 1893; hon. mention, Sun Dial 
Competition, New York, 1898; bronze medal, 
Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904; hon. mention, 
Paris Salon, 1911. First American woman to 
have work bought for the Luxembourg, Paris. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1506. Fahnestock Medallion. 

Gallery 38, Case 12. 
2027. Shell Fountain. 

Gallery 63. 
2981. Sea Weed Fountain. 

Gallery 64. 
3046. Little Lady of the Sea. 

Gallery 65. 
S'100. Frog Fountain. 

Gallery 67. 
4387. Tortoise Fountain. 

Gallery 119. 
4482. Flying Cupid. 

Colonnade. 
4484. Young Pan. 

Colonnade. 
4493. Fighting Boys. 

Colonnade. 
4522. Young Diana. 

Colonnade. 



Simons, Amory C. 

Born Charleston, S. C, 1869. Studied: 
PAFA; Dampt and Puech in Paris. Honors: 
Hon. mention, Paris Exp., 1900; hon. mention, 
Pan-Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; silver medal. 
Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904; hon. mention, 
Paris Salon, 1906. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



Having a Hard Time. 

Gallery 73, Case 1. 
Mastiff Dogs. 

Gallery 73, Case 1. 
The Storm. 

Gallery 73, Case 1. 



Spicer-Simson, Theodore ( Continued ) . 
national Exhibition, 1912; Associate of the 
Societe Nationale des Beaux-Arts, 1901. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



3575. 
3576. 



Sneden, Eleanor Antoinette. 

Born New York, 1876. Studied with Gene- 
vieve Granger in Paris. 

1410. Portrait of a Woman. 

Gallery 38, Case 2. 
1414. Portrait of a Boy. 

Gallery 38, Case 2. 



Spicer-Simson, Theodore. 

Born Havre, France, 1871. Studied in 
Paris. Honors: First class medal, Brussels 
International Exhibition, 1910; Ghent Inter- 



1480. 
1481. 
1482. 
1483. 
1484. 
1485. 
1486. 
1487. 
1488. 
1489. 
1490. 
1491. 
1492. 
1493. 
1494. 
1495. 
1496. 
1497. 



Mrs. Edward Newell. 

Gallery 38, Case 11. 
Public Welfare: Obverse. 

Gallery 38, Case 11. 
Public Welfare: Reverse. 

Gallery 38, Case 11. 
Miss Hilda Schmidt. 

Gallery 38, Case 11. 
Mrs. F. S. James. 

Gallery 38, Case 11. 
Ex-President William Taft. 

Gallery 38, Case 11. 
Mrs. Daniel Fairchild. 

Gallery 38, Case 11. 
General Horace Porter. 

Gallery 88, Case 11. 
Mrs. F. T. Blakeman. 

Gallery 38, Case 11. 
Mrs. E. Mudocce and B. Edwards. 

Gallery 38, Case 11. 
Mrs. C. Dewey Hilles. 

Gallery 38, Case 11. 
John B. White. 

Gallery 38, Case 11. 
Captain Rostron. 

Gallery 38, Case 11. 
George F. Watts. 

Gallery 38, Case 11. 
George Meredith. 

Gallery 38, Case 11. 
Alexander Agassiz. 

Gallery 38, Case 11. 
Admiral Sir Wilmot Hawksworth. 

Gallery 38, Case 11. 
H. M. S. Good Hope: Reverse Ad- 
miral Hawksworth. 

Gallery 38, Case 11. 
Portrait of Miss Hilda. 
Gallery 66. 



Stackpole, Ralph W. 

Born near Grants Pass, Oregon, 1885. 
Studied: San Francisco Institute of Art. with 
A. Putnam and G. Piazzoni; Ecole des Beaux- 
Arts, Paris. 

Honorable Mention Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1987. Charles Frederick Holder. 

Gallery 40. 
2863. Nymph. 

Gallery 62. 
3636. Mrs. Sloss and Children. 

Gallery 75. 
3692. Head of Louis Sloss, Jr. 

Gallery 77. 



Sterling, Lindsey Morris. 

Born Mauch Chunk, Pa. Studied : Cooper 
Union; Art Students League, Paris. 

Bronze Medal, Panama- Pacific International 
Exposition, $an Francisco, 1915. 

287(5. Mischief. 

Gallery 62. 
2880. Investigation. 

Gallery 62. 
2883. Water Witch Girl. 

Gallery 62. 
4153. Fountain: Afraid. 

Gallery 117. 
4490. The Awakening. 

Colonnade. 



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Stewardson, Edmund Austin. 


Vonnoh, 


Bessie Potter (Continued). 


Born in Philadelphia, 1860; died in New- 


3061. 


Enthroned. 


port, R. L, 1892. Studied: PAFA and at the 




Gallerv 65, Case 2. 


Ecole des Beaux- Arts: also under Allar and 


3062. 


Good Night. 


Chapu. 




Gallery 65, Case 2. 




3063. 


His First Journev. 


2R37. Portrait of a Lady. 




Gallery 65, Case 2. 


Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 


3064. 


Maidenhood. 


emv of the Fine Arts. 




Gallery 65, Case 2. 


Gallery 61. 


3065. 


Youth. 


3341. Alexander Harrison. 




Gallery 65, Case 2. 


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


3066. 


Grecian Draperies. 
Gallery 65, Case 2. 


Gallery 69, Case 1. 


3067. 


Butterflies. 






Gallery 65, Case 2. 


Storrs, John. 
Born Chicago, 1885. Studied with Charles 


3068. 
3069. 


A Chance Acquaintance. 
Gallery 65, Case 2. 
The Scarf. 


Grafly, Paul Bartlett, Auguste Rodin, Lorado 




Gallery 65, Case 2. 


Taft. 


3070. 


Girl Dancing. 






Gallery 65, Case 2. 


4472. Marble Head. 


3071. 


Motherhood. 


Gallery 120. 




Gallery 65, Case 2. 




3072. 


The Dance. 


Taft, Lorado. 




Gallery 65, Case 2. 


Born Elmwood, 111., 1860. Studied: Ecole 
des Beaux-Arts in Paris under Dumont, Mon- 
naissieux and Thomas. Member: NSS: ANA 
1909; NA 1911; Nat. Inst. A. L.: Chicago 
SA; SWA; Municipal Art Commission; AIA 
(cor.) 1907. Honors: Designer's medal. Co- 


3637. 
3912. 
4392. 


A Young Mother. 
Gallerv 75. 
Water Lilies. 
Gallery 87. 
The Intruder. 
Gallery 119. 



lumbia Exp., Chicago, 1893; silver medal, Pan- 
Am. Exp., Buffalo, 1901; gold medal, Louis- 
iana Purchase Exp., 1904; Montgomery- Ward 
prize, AIC 1906. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

4506. Fragment of Fountain of Time. 
Colonnade. 

Usher, Leila. 

Born Onolaska, Wis., 1859. Studied with 
Geo. T. Brewster in Cambridge, Mass.; ASL 
in New York under Augustus Saint Gaud ens: 
H. H. Kitson in Boston. Honor: Bror.ze 
medal, Atlanta Exp., 1895. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

1457. William Austin Cannon. 

Gallery 38, Case 9. 

1458. Robert Underwood. 

Gallery 38, Case 9. 

1459. Adolf Kanitz. 

Gallery 38, Case 9. 

1460. Francis Adams Child. 

Gallery 38, Case 9. 

1461. Bas-relief of a Child. 

Gallery 38, Case 9. 

1462. Susan B. Anthony: Obverse. 

Gallery 38, Case 9. 

1463. Susan B. Anthony: Reverse. 

Gallery 38, Case 9. 

1464. Girl of Palermo. 

Gallery 38, Case 9. 

1465. Maria Montessori. 

Gallerv 38, Case 9. 

1466. Charles Elliot Norton. 

Gallery 38, Case 9. 

1467. Taorminese Girl. 

Gallery 38, Case 9. 

Vonnoh, Bessie Potter. 

Born St. Louis, Mo., 1872. Studied: AIC 
under Taft. Member: NSS; ANA 1906: 
Port. P. Honors: Second prize, Nashville 
Exp., 1897; bronze medal. Paris Exp., 1900; 
hon. mention, Pan-Am. Exp., Buff-do, 1901; 
gold medal, Louisiana Purchase Exp., 1904. 

Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 



Walter, Edgar. 

Born in San Francisco, 1877. Studied: San 
Francisco Institute of Art; Paris with Cormcn 
and Perrin. Hon. mention, Paris Salon. 

Honorable Mention, Panama-Pacific Interna 
tional Exposition, San Francisco. 1915. 



3139. 



Nymph and Bears. 
Gallery 66. 



Ward, John Q. A. 

Born Urbana, Ohio, 1830. Studied: H. K. 
Brown's Studio, Brooklyn, N. Y. President 
NAD, 1874; President National Sculpture So- 
ciety, 1896-1905. Member: Nat. Inst. A L.; 
Arch, Lg. of N. Y. : Honorary member of the 
National Institute of Architects; received from 
the Architectural League, first gold medal cf 
Honor given to a sculptor. 

924. General Hancock. 
Gallery 35. 

2637. General Washington. 

Gallery 56. 

2638. Simon Kenton. 

Gallerv 56. 

2676. Pilgrim: A Sketch. 

Gallery 57. 

2677. Shakespeare. 

Gallery 57. 

2711. Norseman. 

Gallery 58. 

2712. Freedman. 

Gallery 58. 
2928. Indian Hunter. 

Gallerv 63. 
4541. Henry Ward Beecher. 

Colonnade. 

Warner, Olin. 

Born in Suffield, Conn., 1844. Died in New 
York, 1896. Studied with, Jouffroy, Falguiero, 
and Carpeaux. Became assistant to Carpeaux. 
Returned to United States and passed throivh 
many hardships while gaining recognition. 
Member SAA. 

1378. The Wood Children. 

T,ent by C. E. R. Wood, Esq. 
Gallery 38, Wall A. 



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Warner, Olin (Continued). 
1397. Cupid and Psyche. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 
Gallery 38, Wall D. 

1399. Chief Joseph: Chief of the No/ 
Perce Indians: Medallion. 
Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 
Gallery 38, Wall D. 

1425. Sabina. 

Gallery 38, Case 5. 

1426. Lot: Chief of the Spokanes. 

Gallery 38, Case 5. 

1427. Young Chief: Cayuse Indian. 

Gallery 38, Case 5. 

142S. Yat in-Ee-Ain-Witz: Chief of the 
Cayuses. 

Gallery 38, Case 5. 

1429. N-Cha-Ask-We: Chief of the Cay- 
uses. 

Gallery 38, Case 5. 
3430. Nanny Moale Wood. 

Gallery 38, Case 5. 

1431. Seltioe. 

Gallery 38, Case 5. 

1433. C. E. S. Wood. 

Gallery 38, Case 6. 

1435. Maxwell Wood. 

Gallery 38, Case 6. 

1437. Chief Moses: Sullu-Tash-Kosha. 

Gallery 38, Case 6. 
2,835. Bust of Colonel Wood. 

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

Gallery 61. 
2838. J. Aid en Weir. 

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

Gallery 61. 
3281. The Spinner. 

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

Gallery 68. 
3578. Maude Morgan. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 
Gallery 73, Case 1. 
3693. Rosalie. 

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

Gallery 77. 
4050. Maude - Morgan. 

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

Gallery 92. 
4468. Mr. Cottier. 

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

Gallery 120. 
4535. Dancing Nymph. 

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

Washburn, Mary S. 

Born Star City, Ind., 1868. Studied: Art 
Institute with Charles Mulligan; Paris, with 
Edward Sawyer. 

1432. The Philosopher. 

Gallery 38, Case 6. 

1434. The Infant. 

Gallery 38, Case 6. 

1436. Ernest. 

Gallery 38, Case 6. 

1438. My Mother. 

Gallery 38, Case 6. 

Weinert, Albert. 

Born Leipzig, Germany, 1863. Studied: 
Melchoir zur Strapen in Leipzig; Vander 
Stappen in Brussels. Member: NSS. 

1450. Miss Helen Dodd. 

Gallery 38, Case 8. 

Weinman, Adolph Alexander. 

Born Karlsruhe, Germany, 1870; came to 
America in 1880. Studied: ASL of New 
York under Augustus Saint Gaudens; Cooper 
Union. Member: NSS; N. Y. Arch. Lg. 
1902; SAA 1903; ANA 1906; NA 1911; Nat. 
lust. A. L. Honors: Hon. mention, Pan- 



Weinman, Adolph Alexander (Continued). 
Am. Exp., Buffalo, '1901; silver medal, Louis- 
iana Purchase Exp., 1904; silver medal, Brus- 
sels Exp., 1910. 

Member of the International Jury of Awards, 
Manama-Pacific International Exposition, San 
Francisco, 1915. 

1647. Charles Keck. 

Gallery 39, Case 9. 

1648. The Edison Medal. 

Gallery 39, Case 9. 

1649. Medal: American Institute of Archi- 

tects : Obverse. 

Gallery 39, Case 9. 

1650. Julius Theo. Melchers. 

Gallery 39, Case 9. 

1651. Bronze Medal: Louisiana Purchase 

Exposition. 

Gallery 39, Case 9. 

1652. Louise Hettinger: Plaque. 

Gallery 39, Case 9. 

1653. Medal for Life Saving. 

Gallery 39, Case 9. 

1654. Medal: American Institute of Archi- 

tects: Reverse. 

Gallery 39, Case 9. 
Charles Yoce Harvey. 

Gallery 39, Case 9. 
Grand Prize: Louisiana Purchase 
Exposition. 

Gallery 39, Case 9. 

1657. Medal. 

Gallery 39, Case 9. 

1658. Dorothy. 

Gallery 39, Case 9. 

1659. Louise Hettinger. 

Gallery 39, Case 10. 

1660. Plaque No. 1. 

Gallery 39, Case 10. 

1661. Medal: National Institute of Arts 

and Letters : Obverse. 
Gallery 39, Case 10. 

1662. U. S. Medal for Life Saving on 

Railroads. 

Gallery 39, Case 10. 
3663. Portrait Plaque. 

Gallery 39, Case 10. 

1664. Alice Helen Hettinger. 

Gallery 39, Case 10. 

1665. Medallion: Portrait of a Child. 

Gallery 39, Case 10. 

1666. Plaaue No. 2. 

Gallery 39, Case 10. 

1667. Medal: National Institute of Arts 

and Letters: Reverse. 
Gallery 39, Case 10. 

1668. Catharina Weinman. 

Gallery 39, Case 10. 
2203'. Lectern for Clark Memorial Chapel. 

Gallery 44. 
2930. Descending Night. 

Gallery 63. 

4046. Portrait of W. R. M. Esq. 

Gallery 92. 

4047. Chief Blackbird. 

Gallery 92. 
4209. Heroic Courage. 

Gallery 118. 
4211. Study for Lincoln at Hodgenville. 

Gallery 118. 
4500. Head of Lincoln. 

Colonnade. 

Wendt, Julia M. Bracken. 

Born Apple River, 111., 1871. Studied: AIC 
with Taft. Member: SWA; Chicago SA; 
Chicago Municipal A. Lg. ; Los Angeles FAA. 
Honor?: Sculpture prize, Chicago, 1898; Chi- 
cago Municipal A. Lg. prize, 1905; First prize 
California Art Club, 1913. 

1401. Medal: Chicago Society of Artists. 
Gallery 38, Case 1. 



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Wendt, Julia M. Bracken (Continued). 
1402. Mode Wineman. ' 

Gallery 38, Case 1. 
1405. Life Saver. 

Gallery 38, Case 1. 
1408. Carl Oscar Borg. 

Gallery 38, Case 1. 

Wheelock, Lila Audubon. 

Born Passaic Park, N. J., 1890. Studied 
ASL. Honor: Sculpture prize, ASL. 



2870. Ski : 



Russian Wolf Hound. 
Gallery 62. 



Whitney, Gertrude V. 

Born New York City. Studied with J. E. 
Eraser and Andrew O'Connor. Honors: Hon. 
mention, Paris Salon, 1913. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3140. Fountain. 

Gallery 66. 

Worthington, Beatrice Maude. 

Born Wigan, England, 1883. Studied: with 
Professor Lanteri; Royal College of Art; South 
Kensington, London, England; The Manches- 
ter Municipal School of Art, England. Honors: 
Two silver medals; five scholarships. 



4465. Grief. 



Gallery 120. 



Wright, Alice Morgan. 

Born Albany, N. Y., 1881. Studied: ASL 
of New York. Honor: St. Gaudens Prize, 
ASL, 1909. 

1403. Pastorale No. 2. 

Gallery 38, Case 1. 

1404. Portrait of President Seelye. 

Gallery 38, Case 1. 

1406. Pastorale No. 3. 

Gallery 38, Case 1. 

1407. Pastorale No. 1. 

Gallery 38, Case 1. 



Wright, Alice Morgan (Continued). 

3638. Piping Satyrs. 

Gallery 75. 

3639. Piping Satyrs. 

Gallery 75. 
4390. Beside the Pool. 

Gallery 119. 
4462. Wood Nymph. 

Gallery 120. 

Young, Mahonri M. 

Born Salt Lake City, Utah, 1877. Studied: 
ASL of N. Y. ; Julian Academy in Paris. Mem- 
ber: ANA 1912; NSS. Honor?: Hon. men- 
tion for etching, Paris AAA; Hon. mention, 
Buenos Aires, 1910; Barnett prize, NAD 1911. 

2307. Day Dreams. 

Gallery 46. 
3350. Stevedore. 

Gallery 69, Case 2. 
3353. Chiseler. 

Gallery 69, Case 2. 

3355. Scrub Woman. 

Gallery 69, Case 2. 

3356. The Piper at the Gates of Dawn. 

Gallery 69, Case 2. 
3358. Tired Out. 

Gallery 69, Case 2. 
3360. Shoveler. 

Gallery 69, Case 2. 

3392. Peter Newell at Leonia. 

Gallery 70. 

3393. The Heavy Sledge. 

Gallery 70. 

Zettler, Emil Robert. 

Born Karlsruhe Baden, Germany, 1878. 
Studied: Art Institute of Chicago; Royal 
Academy of Berlin; Julian Academy, Paris. 
Honors: Silver medal, Chicago Society of 
Artists, 1915; Honorable Mention, Chicago Art 
Institute, 1912; American Artists Exhibition. 

Bronze Medal, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. 

3091. David P. 

Gallery 66. 
4018. Professor T. S. 

Gallery 91. 



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