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2 hours ago 1897 Topics Society of American Artists -- Exhibitions, Art, American -- 19th century -- Exhibitions Publisher New York : Society of American Artists Collection metmuseumlibraries; americana Digitizing sponsor The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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7 hours ago 1897, 1897 Society of American Artists, New York, NY, “Nineteenth Annual Exhibition”, March 28 – May 1, 1898 The American Art Galleries, Madison Square South, New York, NY, "American Paintings Belonging to Mr. P. Chock", March 9-11, Abby M. Taylor Fine Art LLC [2006-], American Art Association [1883-1964], American Art Association [1883

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6 hours ago Miscellaneous art exhibition catalog collection, 1813-1953, bulk 1915-1925 New Society of Artists Fourth Exhibition, January 2-27, 1923. Reel 4858 1 20 Exhibition of American Art [at the Galerie de la Chambre Syndicale des Beaux-Arts, 18 Rue de la Ville-l'Eveque,

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1 hours ago Forms part of: Miscellaneous art exhibition catalog collection, 1813-1953, bulk 1915-1925. Rights Statement: Current copyright status is undetermined. Citation Information: Exhibition catalogue of The Society of Independent Artists, 1917. Miscellaneous art exhibition catalog collection, 1813-1953. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

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9 hours ago Catalogue of the exhibition presented at the Fine Art Society, London, May 1897 "Exhibition no. 164." Bound as part of O 60a

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4 hours ago Exhibition catalog page listing artists and works. Annual exhibition. 1894-1897. Exhibition catalog cover, American Watercolor Society. Exhibition of paintings, drawings and sculpture. Tuesday, March 23d to Saturday, April 24th, 1915.

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8 hours ago The art exhibitions of galleries, clubs, and associations in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries chronicle the emergence of New York City as an international center for the production of art and the art market. Annual exhibition. 1894-1897. Exhibition catalog cover, American Watercolor Society. Featured Exhibit. Galleries and

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9 hours ago Elmer Cecil Stoner was born October 20, 1897 in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. He was African American. His father was George W. Stoner. His mother was Mary Alice Stoner. His parents were married in 1896. He was the first born of their five children, but only three survived, Elmer, Charles, and Emily. They lived at 35 Orchard Street.

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7 hours ago The exhibition “Sargent, Whistler, and Venetian Glass: American Artists and the Magic of Murano,” which just opened at the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) here in …

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7 hours ago The bound volume of the record of works shown in annual exhibitions, 1897-1904, is available on 35 mm microfilm reel 497 at Archives of American Art offices, and through interlibrary loan. Material lent for microfilming is available on 35mm microfilm reels N68-8 through N68-10 at

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Just Now Archives of American Art Smithsonian Institution 901 D Street SW Suite 704 Washington, DC 20560-0937 Bouché, Louis Papers, 1860-1977 Letters, scrapbooks, exhibition catalogs, diaries, photographs, writings, ledgers, and printed material. REEL 3957: 60 letters (in French), 1889-1908, from Bouché's father, Henri to his wife; 13 letters, 1933-1977, including 2 illustrated letters and a poem by

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1 hours ago Frank Weston Benson was a well-known and financially successful painter, printmaker, and teacher. A founding member of the Ten, Benson was associated with that group of painters who withdrew from the Society of American Artists in 1897 in order to promote their work through smaller, more personal exhibitions, the first of which took place in 1898.

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8 hours ago Annotated list of artists and their works in the San Antonio Art League & Museum’s Edgar B. Davis Collection Jose Arpa (1858-1952) San Antonio Arpa was an internationally known painter from Spain who won the Prix de Rome three times. The prize enabled him to study in Rome for six years before moving to Mexico, then on to San Antonio in 1923.

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4 hours ago Stieglitz produced Twenty-Five Years of John Marin exhibition and retrospective of shows that had appeared at 291 from 1908 to 1932, for An American Place, with thirty-three Marin watercolors and works by Cezanne, Dove, Matisse, O’Keeffe, Picasso, Rodin, and other artists. He sent an invitation to Rodakiewicz and Strand in Mexico.

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5 hours ago 11 National Academy of Design Exhibition Program, 1937. 12 National Gallery Millbank Illustrations, Exhibition Catalog, 1923. 13 Southern States Art League. 13 th Annual Exhibition. Program, 1933. 14 The American Colorist by Faber Birren, 1939. 15 Exhibition of Portraits of the Signers of the Declaration ofIndependence, Corcoran Gallery, 1938.

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8 hours ago The Early Republic: Consolidation of Revolutionary Goals, Worcester Art Museum, March 3–June 30, 1976. Kaleidoscope of American Painting, Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries: A Loan Exhibition, William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art, Mary Atkins Museum of Fine Arts, Kansas City, Mo., December 2, 1977–January 22, 1978, cat. no. 8.

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6 hours ago Charles H. Woodbury. A native of Lynn, Massachusetts, Charles H. Woodbury showed an aptitude for the arts at an early age and joined the Lynn Beach Painters when only sixteen. Although a junior member of the group in terms of age, Woodbury was in many ways its leader, having exhibited the first Lynn Beach painting at the Boston Art Club in 1882.

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7 hours ago American Watercolor Society. The founding of the American Watercolor Society (AWS) in December 1866 launched a series of annual exhibitions the following year, initially in conjunction with the winter exhibition of the National Academy of Design (NAD) in New York. Beginning in 1874, when the NAD’s winter exhibitions ceased, the AWS organized

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6 hours ago In 1897 he painted allegories of the five senses for octagonal In 1898 he exhibited as one of the Ten American Painters who seceded from the Society of American Artists in favor of a less traditional, more Impressionistic style. exhibition catalog, as well as clippings about some of Reid's exhibitions and mural projects.

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8 hours ago The club lent their reference library to the New Britain Museum, and then only a small portion of the collection dealing with their most famous members was returned to the Society for archival storage.. 1929. Studio address in New York City - 49 East 9th St. per Mantle Fielding, Dictionary of American painters, sculptors, and engravers, 1986

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5 hours ago This companion volume to an exhibition of the same name at the National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, traces the defining presence of same-sex desire in American portraiture through a seductive selection of more than 140 full-color illustrations, drawings, and portraits from leading American artists.

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3 hours ago American Paintings. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Given anonymously, 1930. Stephen Clark bought this painting in 1926, becoming one of Hopper's earliest supporters. When Clark donated it five years later to the new Museum of Modern Art, it was the first painting to enter the permanent collection. The Victorian house, sharply lit and cut

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8 hours ago Boston Water Color Club. In 1887 a group of women artists, perhaps responding to the exclusive rules of the all-male Boston Water-Color Society, formed the Boston Water Color Club. The inaugural exhibition that year included forty-seven works by sixteen women artists; within a decade, the membership had doubled.

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7 hours ago I've used exhibition catalog material for background on Bertha Jaques (nee Clausen). e.g.: de Vecsey, Esther, Bertha E. Jaques (1863-1941): An American Printmaker -- A Retrospective, April-May 1982. (This was an exhibit catalog for an earlier exhibit at the Gerhard Wurzer Gallery in Houston.

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2 hours ago A Fool’s Fool (1887) was a work by artist Thomas Shields Clarke (1860–1920) on display in Gallery 7. The 39 ½-by-83-inch oil on canvas shared wall space with works by James Abbott McNeill Whistler, George W. Maynard, George Inness, and Francis Millet.Clarke’s painting was on loan to the Exposition by the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; the work still resides in their permanent

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8 hours ago Search Frick Art Reference Library Catalog Search Photoarchive Search Worldcat: Archive Location Collection Title 1864-1897. see details Archives of American Art Victor Building, Suite 2200: Artists' Fund Society records, 1835-1855. see details Archives of American Art Victor Building,

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8 hours ago Laura Coombs Hills (1859–1952) was an American artist and illustrator who specialized in watercolor and pastel still life paintings, especially of flowers, and miniature portrait paintings on ivory. She became the first miniature painter elected to the Society of American Artists, and she was a founder of the American Society of Miniature Painters.

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1 hours ago Catalog: Arts and Crafts of Kansas: an Exhibition held in Lawrence, Feb. 18-22, 1948 in the Community Building. Lawrence: World Co., 1948; American Art Annual. New York: American Federation of Arts, 1898-1947 22, 25; Reinbach, Edna, comp. “Kansas Art and Artists”, in Collections of the Kansas State Historical Society. v.

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5 hours ago Envisioning American art through the theme of borderlands, the exhibition will debut several new works and new acquisitions to the museum’s American art collection, including works by women, Native American, and Latinx artists. “Borderlands” opens Nov. 20, 2021, in a suite of rooms in the Virginia Steele Scott Galleries of American Art.

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7 hours ago Creator: Arlington Galleries (New York, N.Y.) Search this Subject: Armfield, Maxwell Ashby [1881 or 2]-1972 Search this Bennett, Belle Search this Brewster, Anna Richards 1870-1952 Search this Browne, Matilda 1869-1947 Search this Cooper, Emma Lampert 1860-1920 Search this Curtis, Elizabeth L. b. 1892 Search this Deming, Adelaide 1864-1956 Search this Mundy, Rosemary 1873-1935 Search this

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3 hours ago the same time, the rise of Japonisme in American art largely complemented the growth of the Arts and Crafts movement of the 1890s and first decade of the 1900s, with its empha-sis on the honesty of simple, natural materials and quality of r e b e c c a c a p u a Material Japonisme in American Art, 1876–1925

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1 hours ago Selected Bibliography This selected bibliography includes publications that provide historical information about panoramic photography and publications that provide biographic information for photographers represented in the Library of Congress' collection. "P&P" after the call number refers to books held in the Prints and Photographs Division reference collection Burleson, Clyde W. and E

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Just Now Augusta exhibited at the Salon de Nationale, Paris, in the spring of 1930 and 1931 and in the autumn salon of 1937. Her work was included in the exhibition American Color Prints at the Brooklyn Museum in 1933, and a solo exhibition of her work was mounted at the San Francisco Museum of Art in 1940. Shows of her work were hung in galleries in

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4 hours ago Archives of American Art (427 1897-1943 Size: 9.51 cu. ft. (17 document boxes) (2 12x17 boxes) (1 folder oversize materials) (1942-1973), notes, drawings, a subject file on writing, short story manuscripts, clippings, brochures, an exhibition catalog, and photographs and albums document the career of silversmith Porter Blanchard.

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4 hours ago The following is a chronological record of exhibitions held at The Museum of Modern Art since its opening in November 1929. In addition to the title and date range each exhibition has a number assigned by the Museum, beginning with exhibition #1, Cézanne, Gauguin, Seurat, Van Gogh [MoMA Exh. #1, November 7–December 7, 1929]. For many decades exhibitions were listed in numerical …

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9 hours ago Exhibition of the American Society of Painters, Sculptors, and Engravers 1931-1935 5.0 folders General note. Box 0001. Exhibition dates: 1932 February 6-28. Exhibition location: 10 West 8th St. Curator: not listed. box: folder: Catalog 1932 . 1: 3

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3 hours ago Artist Biography & FactsKenneth Miller Adams. Kenneth Miller Adams. Kenneth Miller Adams (1897 - 1966) was active/lived in New Mexico, Kansas. Kenneth Adams is known for Figure and landscape painting, graphics, teaching. Born Topeka, Aug. 6, 1897; died Albuquerque, NM, 1966. Painter, specialized in realist, figure & landscapes.

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1 hours ago In 1912, Clarke returned to active art collecting, this time focusing his energies on building a collection of Colonial American art. Related Material: The Archives also has the Thomas B. Clarke letters from or about Homer Dodge Martin, 1893-1897, which have been digitized and are available online via the Archives of American Art's website.

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5 hours ago Overview. The Denver Art Museum was one of the first art museums in the nation to collect Indigenous arts from North America. As early as 1925, the DAM recognized and valued the fine aesthetic qualities of Native arts, when many other institutions only valued them as anthropological material.

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7 hours ago The Thirties Decade: American Artists and their European Contemporaries. Omaha, NE: Joslyn Art Museum, 1971. Reese, Albert. American Prize Prints of the 20th Century. New York, NY: American Artists Group, 1949. Rhodes, Reilly. Sport in Art from American Museums: The Director's Choice: Inaugural Exhibition of the National Art Museum of Sport

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7 hours ago American Impressionism from the Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery . The fifty paintings included in this exhibition are drawn from the exceptional collection of the Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery at the University of Nebraska and document achievements of important American artists who worked in the style of Impressionism.This style, most closely identified with nineteenth-century French artists

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9 hours ago The Society of Washington Artists was established in 1890 in Washington, D.C. The Society was organized by the Art Students League of Washington.. The Society's first exhibit was in 1891, held at the Woodward & Lothrop building. Within a few years the Society had its own gallery space at 1020 Connecticut Avenue. In that space the Society exhibited loaned art work held in private collections in

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1 hours ago Series: New York Etching Club Annual Exhibition Catalog Medium: Etching Dimensions: 4 3/8 x 6 inches Artist details: American, 1861 - 1933 Date finished: 1891 Printer: De Vinnie Press #31801

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9 hours ago Medium: Lithograph Dimensions: 8 1/4 x 6 1/2 inches Signature: Signed Artist details: American, 1899 - 1983 Date finished: c. 1929/1930 Edition: 40 Provenance: Amity Art Foundation, Inc. #49721

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5 hours ago London’s Fine Art Society organized an exhibition of some two hundred of his works in 1926. In 1931 he created a set of twelve etched views of Chicago, and the following year won a prize at the annual exhibition of the Society of Etchers in New York City. During his …

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4 hours ago An American Anthem: 300 Years of Painting from The Butler Institute of American Art "An American Anthem: 300 Years of Painting from The Butler Institute of American Art" presents 55 premier paintings selected from the very first museum in the country dedicated solely to the collection of American art.The exhibition opens April 14, 2001 at Joslyn Art Museum and continues through June 17.

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8 hours ago EXHIBITIONS Major Solo-Exhibitions. In 2006, Drs. William Gerdts and Deborah Epstein Solon will present a major retrospective of the Cooper's work orginating at the Heckscher Museum and traveling to the Laguna Art Museum. The exhibition will be accompanied by a substantial monographic catalog.

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How are the exhibition numbers assigned to a museum?

In addition to the title and date range each exhibition has a number assigned by the Museum, beginning with exhibition #1, Cézanne, Gauguin, Seurat, Van Gogh [MoMA Exh. #1, November 7–December 7, 1929]. For many decades exhibitions were listed in numerical order on a “Master Running List,” which served as the basis for this list.

How many items are in the plains art collection?

Art from the Plains region, which numbers over 4,000 items and is comprised of many historical and contemporary works of art, including six full-sized tipis, beaded and/or quilled cradleboards and clothing, narrative drawings, horse regalia, blankets, headdresses, and robes.

What is the indigenous arts collection?

The collection illustrates the multi-faceted nature of Native experiences and represents the Indigenous arts of North America as a vibrant continuum that is advanced by individual artists and craftspeople.

When did frank benson start making etchings?

In 1915 the first exhibition of Frank Benson's etchings and drypoints was held. The prints, which were primarily of sporting subjects, such as waterfowl, combined Benson's great love of the outdoors with his free and open draftsmanship.

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