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Emil Carlsen Exhibitions

197211919INDEX OF EXHIBITIONS
OF EMIL CARLSEN – BY DATE

1800s : ’69 | ’77 | ’81 | ’82 | ’83 | ’84 | ’85 | ’86 | ’87 | ’88 | ’89 | ’90 | ’91 | ’92 | ’93 | ’94 | ’95 | ’96 | ’97 | ’98 | ’99
1900s-1910s: ’01 | ’02 | ’03 | ’04 | ’05 | ’06 | ’07 | ’08 | ’09 | ’10 | ’11 | ’12 | ’13 | ’14 | ’15 | ’16 | ’17 | ’18 | ’19
1920s-1930s: ’21 | ’22 | ’23 | ’24 | ’25 | ’26 | ’27 | ’28 | ’29 | ’30 | ’31 | ’32 | ’33 | ’34 | ’35 | ’36 | ’37 | ’38 | ’39

1869 (1)
1869 The Charlottenborgs Forårsudstilling, Copenhagen, Denmark, “Exhibition“, 1869.

1877 (2)
1877 Boston Art Club, Boston, MA, “First exhibition for 1877“, January 17 – February 10.
1877 Williams & Everett Galleries, Boston, MA, “Exhibition and sale of original paintings : D. T. Kendrick, Phebe Jenks, S. E. Carlsen, M. K. Baker, and George N Cass“, March 19-20.

1881 (2)
1881 Boston Art Club, Boston, MA, “Twenty-third exhibition“, January 29 – February 19.
1881 Boston Art Club, Boston, MA, “24th exhibition of water colors and works in black and white“, April 23 – May 21.

1882 (1)
1882 Boston Art Club, Boston, MA, “Twenty-fifth exhibition of oil painting“, February 11 – March 11.

1883 (5)
1883 American Art Galleries, Madison Square, New York, NY, “Exhibition by Boston artists“, January 13.
1883 Boston Art Club, Boston, MA, “Twenty-seventh exhibition of oil paintings“, January 25 – February 17.
1883 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA, “Fourth annual exhibition of contemporary American art“, October 16 – November 27.
1883 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “Fifty-fourth annual exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts“, October 29 – December 8.
1883 American Art Galleries, Madison Square, New York, NY, “The private collection of paintings by exclusively American artists owned by Thomas B. Clarke of New York“, December 28, 1883 – January 12, 1884.

1884 (5)
1883 American Art Galleries, Madison Square, New York, NY, “The Private Collection of Paintings by Exclusively American Artists Owned by Thomas B. Clarke of New York“, December 28, 1883 – January 12, 1884.
1884 Boston Art Club, Boston, MA, “Twenty-Ninth Exhibition of Oil Paintings“, January 19 – February 16.
1884 Paint & Clay Club, Boston, MA (held at the Gallery of the Boston Art Club), “Third Annual Exhibition of the Paint and Clay Club“, March.
1884 Society of American Artists, New York, NY (held at the National Academy of Design, New York, NY), “7th Annual Exhibition of the Society of American Artists“, May 26 – June 21.
1884 New England Institute, Brookline, MA, “Exhibition“, October.

1885 (3)
1885 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA, “Loan exhibition“, January.
1885 Société des Artistes Français, Paris, France, “The Paris salon”, May 1 – June 30. Shown A girl preparing poultry, 1884/1885 (#461) & [a still life]
1885 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “60th annual exhibition”, November 22 – December 18.

1886 (4)
1886 Paint and Clay Club, Boston, MA, “Spring exhibition”, 1886. Shown A girl preparing poultry, 1884/1885, sold for $1,000.
1886 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA, “Sixth annual exhibition of contemporary art”, 1886. Shown Young girl preparing poultry (15), 1883 (68×31).
1886 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA, “Loan exhibition“, 1886.  Shown Une plumese.
1886 Art Gallery of the Southern Exposition, Louisville, KY, “Southern exposition”, August 28 – October 23. Shown Young girl preparing poultry.
1886 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “61st annual exhibition”, November 2 – December 28.

1887 (6)
1887 4 West 22nd Street, New York, NY, “Calling out the hounds (with Alexander Pope)”, Mid-January.
1887 American Water-Color Society (held at the National Academy of Design, New York, NY), “20th annual exhibition of the American Water-Color Society”, March, 1887. Shown Moncour, 1884 (#293)
1887 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “62nd annual exhibition (spring exhibition)”, April 4 – May 14.
1887 Society of American Artists (held at Yandell Art Gallery, New York, NY), “Ninth Annual Exhibition“, April 19 – May 3. Shown “Cape Ann Sands, 1885”, [2 still life]
1887 Inter-State Industrial Exposition, Chicago, IL, “Fifteenth Annual Exhibition“, September 7 – October 22.
1887 Bohemian Club [1872- ], San Francisco, CA, “George Alfred Townsend Dinner & Event”, October 1-8.
1887 Minneapolis Industrial Exposition, Minneapolis, MN, “Industrial Exposition“, 1887.

1888 (4)
1888 American Art Galleries, Madison Square South, New York, NY, “Great Sale of Foreign and American Paintings”, April 19-20. Shown “Roses (15)” Paris
1888 Mechanics Institute, San Francisco, CA, “Twenty-Third Industrial Exhibition of the Mechanics’ Institute of The City of San Francisco”, August 7 – September 15. Shown “Copy after Chardin”, “Cape Ann Sands”, “A Gray Day”, “Cod Fish” (won $35 prize)
1888 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “63rd Annual Exhibition”, November 23-December 19.
1888 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA, “Works of Art Exhibited on the Second Floor“, Winter, 1888-1889.

1889 (5)
1889 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA, “Works of Art Exhibited on the Second Floor”, Winter, 1888-1889.
1889 Society of American Artists, New York, NY, “Eleventh Annual Exhibition”, May 13 – June 25. Shown “Still Life of Copper and Brass”
1889 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Second Annual Exhibition of American Oil Paintings“, May 30 – June 30.
1889 San Francisco Art Association, San Francisco, CA, “On View”, unknown date. Shown “Still Life, 1889”
1889 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “64th Annual Exhibition”, November 19 – December 15.

1890 (2)
1890 San Francisco Art Association, San Francisco, CA, “unknown exhibition”, unknown date.
1890 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “65th Annual Exhibition”, November 24 – December 21.

1891 (3)
1891 San Francisco Art Association, San Francisco, CA, “unknown exhibition”, unknown date.
1891 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “Thomas B. Clarke Collection of American Pictures”, October 15 – November 28.
1891 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “66th Annual Exhibition”, November 23 – December 20.

1892 (3)
1892 Society of American Artists, New York, NY, “Fourteenth Annual Exhibition“, May 2-28.
1892 San Francisco Art Association, San Francisco, CA, “unknown exhibition”, unknown date.
1892 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “67th Annual Exhibition”, November 21 – December 17.

1893 (3)
1893 San Francisco Art Association, San Francisco, CA, “unknown exhibition”, unknown date.
1893 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA, “Paintings and Drawings“, Summer.
1893 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “68th Annual Exhibition”, December 4, 1893 – January 13, 1894.

1894 (4)
1894 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “68th Annual Exhibition”, December 4, 1893 – January 13, 1894.
1894 Society of American Artists, New York, NY, “Sixteenth Annual Exhibition“, March 12 – April 14, 1894.
1894 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Sixty-ninth annual exhibition”, April 2 – May 12.
1894 San Francisco Art Association, San Francisco, CA, “unknown exhibition”, unknown date.
1894 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “69th Annual Exhibition“, December 10, 1894 – January 5, 1895.

1895 (2)
1895 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “69th Annual Exhibition”, December 10, 1894 – January 5, 1895.
1895 San Francisco Art Association, San Francisco, CA, “unknown exhibition”, unknown date.
1895 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “70th Annual Exhibition”, December 23, 1895 – January 11, 1896.

1896 (3)
1896 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “70th Annual Exhibition”, December 23, 1895 – January 11, 1896.
1896 National Academy of Design and the Society of American Artists, New York, NY, “Eighteenth Exhibition of the Society of American Artists – Spring Exhibition“, May.
1896 San Francisco Art Association, San Francisco, CA, “unknown exhibition”, unknown date.
1896 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “71st Annual Exhibition”, November 23 – December 19.

1897 (4)
1897 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “72nd Annual Exhibition“, November 15 – December 18.
1897 Society of American Artists, New York, NY, “Nineteenth Exhibition of the Society of American Artists“, March 28 – May 1.
1897 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Ninth Annual Exhibition of Water-colors, Pastels and Miniatures by American Artists“, April 27 – June 13.
1897 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Tenth Annual Exhibition“, November 2 – December 12.
1897 San Francisco Art Association, San Francisco, CA, “Winter Exhibition“, December 1897 – January 1898.

1898 (5)
1898 San Francisco Art Association, San Francisco, CA, “Winter Exhibition“, December 1897 – January 1898.
1898 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “Sixty-Seventh Annual Exhibition“, January 10 – February 22.
1898 American Art Association, New York, NY, “Auction of the Thomas B. Clarke Collection“, February 7.
1898 American Art Galleries, Madison Square South, New York, NY, “American Paintings Belonging to Mr. P. Chock“, March 9-11.
1898 Heights Club, New York, NY, “Pictures Loaned by Thomas B. Clarke“, March 20?-?.
1898 Society of American Artists, New York, NY, “Twentieth Annual Exhibition“, March 19 – April 23.

1899 (2)
1899 Bohemian Club, San Francisco, CA, “unknown exhibition”, January. Shown [still life]
1899 American Art Association [1883-1964], New York, NY, “Private Art Collection of Thomas B. Clarke New York To Be Sold At Absolute Public Sale on the Evenings of February 14, 15, 16, and 17 at Chickering Hall Fifthe Ave. and Eighteenth St. and On the Afternoons of February 15, 16, 17, and 18 at the American Art Galleries Madison Square South”, February 14-18.

1900 (4)
1900 School Number 3 (PS 3), Hancock Street, Brooklyn, NY, “Loan Exhibition from William S. Hurley“, October. shown [Copper Utensils and a Fish]
1900 American Art Association, New York, NY, “Highly attractive sale by auction of Mr. Henry Riemann’s valuable collection of American paintings, and water colors, including important and original examples by the following eminent American artists : Emil Carlsen, William L. Metcalf, Guy Rose, Theodore Robinson, Carl Ritter, B. Walter Priestman comprising every variety of subject to be sold without reserve…”, January 25-26.
1900 American Art Galleries, Madison Square South, New York, NY, “Nearly Two Hundred Modern Oil Paintings, Water Colors and Drawings by American and Foreign Artists”, December 6-7, 1900. Shown “Fruit (22)” 14×18 $17.50USD, “Still Life (46)” 27×40 $55USD
1900 San Francisco Art Association, San Francisco, CA, “Winter Exhibition“, December 1900 – January 1901.

1901 (2)
1901 San Francisco Art Association, San Francisco, CA, “Winter Exhibition“, December 1900 – January 1901.
1901 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “Seventieth Annual Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of The Fine Arts“, January 14 – February 23.
1901 San Francisco Art Association, San Francisco, CA, “Exhibition“, unknown date.

1902 (2)
1902 American Art Gallery, 6 East 23rd Street, New York, NY, “Auction of the Collection of Edward Runge”, January 9. Shown “American Beauty Roses (27) 35 x 25 Owner: Sellers – $55”
1902 Society of American Artists, New York, NY, “Twenty-Fifth Yearly Exhibition“, March 28 – May 3.

1903 (4)
1903 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “78th Annual Exhibition“, January 3-31.
1903 Paint and Clay Club, New Haven, CT, “Third Exhibition: George H. Bogert, Emil Carlsen, Ben Foster and Charles Hovey Pepper”, February 2-21.
1903 San Francisco Art Association, San Francisco, CA, “Exhibition“, unknown date.
1903 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Sixteenth Annual Exhibition of Oil Painters and SculptureBy American Artists“, October 20 – November 25.

1904 (8)
1904 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “Seventy-third Annual Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts“, January 25 – March 5.
1904 National Arts Club, New York, NY, “Young American Painters”, February 6-15. Shown “Black Fish and Clams, c.1903”
1904 Salmagundi Club, 14 West 12th Street, New York, NY, “Annual Exhibition of Oil Paintings and Sculptures”, February 15-27. Inness Prize ($100) to Carlsen
1904 Society of American Artists, 215 W 57th Street, New York, NY, “Twenty-Six Annual Exhibition“, March 26 – May 1.
1904 St. Louis Fairgrounds, St. Louis, MO, “Louisiana Purchase International Exposition (St. Louis World’s Fair)”, April 30-December 1.  Shown “A Connecticut Hill Top,” lent by Samuel T. Shaw, “Still-life (Black Fish and Clams),” (awarded Gold Medal) “The Sooty Kettle,” lent by Wm. M. Chase, and “Late Afternoon,” lent by Augustus Lukeman.
1904 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Seventeenth Annual Exhibition of Oil Painters and Sculpture by American Artists“, October 20 – November 27.
1904 University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, “Second Annual Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists“, December 1-30.
1904 Salmagundi Club, New York, NY, “26th Yearly Exhibition, Group Exhibition – Paintings by Gifford Beal, Emil Carlsen, Paul Dougherty, Robert D. Gauley, Albert L. Groll, Charles W. Hawthorne, and Frederick Ballard Williams“, December 1904 – January 15, 1905.  [a landscape #1], [a landscape #2], [a landscape #3]

1905 (9)
1905 Salmagundi Club, New York, NY, “26th Yearly Exhibition, Group Exhibition – Paintings by Gifford Beal, Emil Carlsen, Paul Dougherty, Robert D. Gauley, Albert L. Groll, Charles W. Hawthorne, and Frederick Ballard Williams“, December 1904 – January 15, 1905.  [a landscape #1], [a landscape #2], [a landscape #3]
1905 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Eightieth Annual Exhibition“, January 2-30.
1905 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “One Hundredth Annual Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts“, January 23 – March 4.
1905 Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA, “7th Annual Exhibition”, January – September 26. Shown “May (single Apple blossom Tree),  1905”
1905 Society of American Artists, New York, NY, “Twenty-Seventh Yearly Exhibition“, March 25 – April 30.
1905 Department of the Fine Arts, Portland, OR, “The Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition”, 1905. Shown “Night, Old Windham (430)”, “October (328)” not illustrated
1905 Cincinnati Museum, Cincinnati, OH, “Twelfth Annual Exhibition of American Art“, May 18 – July 17.
1905 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Eighteen Annual Exhibition of Oil Paintings and Sculpture by American Artists“, October 19 – November 26.
1905 Carnegie Institute, Pittsburg, PA, “Tenth Annual Exhibition of the Carnegie Institute”, November 2, 1905 – January 1, 1906. Shown “Hudson River Calm”
1905 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “81st Annual Exhibition“, December 23, 1905 – January 20, 1906.

1906 (7)
1906 Carnegie Institute, Pittsburg, PA, “Tenth Annual Exhibition of the Carnegie Institute”, November 2, 1905 – January 1, 1906.  Shown “Hudson River Calm”
1906 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “81st Annual Exhibition“, December 23, 1905 – January 20, 1906.
1906 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “One Hundred First Annual Exhibition“, January 20 – February ?.
1906 Society of American Artists, New York, NY, “28th Yearly Exhibition“, March 17 – April 22.
1906 American Art Galleries, Madison Square South, New York, NY, “Oil Paintings, Water Colors, Drawings and Sculptures Contributed by American Artists In Aid of the California Artists’ Relief Fund“, May 7-8.
1906 Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, “Paintings by Emil Carlsen“, May 6 – October 17.
1906 Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, “First Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artists“, May 31 – September 2.
1906 Berkeley Art Colony [1906-1911] held at The Studio at Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley, CA, “Paintings by Modern Masters: First Art Loan Exhibition for the benefit the Oakland Art Fund (for the Kindergarten)”, December 1 – ?.
1906 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Winter Exhibition“, December 22, 1906 – January 19, 1907.

1907 (7)
1907 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Winter Exhibition“, December 22, 1906 – January 19, 1907.
1907 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “One Hundred Second Annual Exhibition“, January 21 – February 24.
1907 Salmagundi Club, New York, NY, “Annual Member Exhibition“, February.
1907 Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, “First Exhibition of Contemporary American Oil Painting”, February 7 – March 9.
1907 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Eighty-Second Annual Exhibition“, March 16 – April 20.
1907 Cincinnati Museum, Cincinnati, OH, “Fourteenth Annual Exhibition of American Art“, May 18 – July 17.
1907 Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, “Second Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artists“, May 31 – September 1.
1907 The Copley Society, Boston, MA, “Summer Exhibition”, July 1 – July 28.

1908 (13)
1908 Saint Botolph Club, Boston, MA, “Paintings by Emil Carlsen“, January 6-24.
1908 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “One Hundred Third Annual Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts“, February 4 – March 24.
1908 California School of Design, San Francisco, CA, “Nine Person Group Show”, unknown date.
1908 Bauer-Folsom Galleries, New York, NY, “Paintings by Emil Carlsen and Sculpture by Clara Hill“, March 6 – April 10. Shown “Surf [foaming surf against a rocky coast], c.1907”, “The Wind in the East [dark laden sky], c.1907”, “[sunlit] Wood Interior”, [probably Still Life with Garlic, c.1905], c.1907″
1908 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Eighty-Third Annual Exhibition“, March 14 – April 18.
1908 Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA, “The Twelfth Celebration of Founder’s Day“, April 20.
1908 Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, “Third Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artists“, April 30 – August 30.
1908 Cincinnati Museum, Cincinnati, OH, “Fifteenth Annual Exhibition of American Art“, May 23 – July 20.
1908 Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, “Second Exhibition of Contemporary American Oil Painting”, unknown date.  Shown ” Still Life and Symphony in Copper and Brass (no. 42), 1882″
1908 Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, “Paintings by Emil Carlsen, William C. Loring, Robert H. Nisbet, and Miss Katherine B. Stetson”, May 6 – October 17.
1908 Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA, “12th Annual International Exhibition”, May – June. Shown “Surf, 1908 or 1907?” won bronze medal & third prize ($500)
1908 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Twenty-First Annual Exhibition of Oil Painters and Sculpture by American Artists“, October 20 – November 29.
1908 Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, “Second Exhibition of Paintings by Contemporary American Artists”, December 7, 1908 – January 17, 1909. Shown “Moonlight, Windham Hill, c.1907”

1909 (17)
1909 Boston Art Club, Boston, MA, “Seventy-Ninth Exhibition“, February 2-27.
1909 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “One Hundred Fourth Annual Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts“, February 4 – March 24.
1909 Bauer-Folsom Galleries, New York, NY, “Paintings by Emil Carlsen“, March 30 – April 10.
1909 The Sketch Club, San Francisco, CA, “Exhibition”, April.
1909 Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy, “VIII Esposizione Internazionale d’Arte della Città di Venezia”, April 22 – October 31.
1909 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Annual Exhibition”, unknown date.  Shown “Still Life with Kettle and Jug, c.1906-1907”
1909 Joseph Horne Co., Pittsburgh, PA, “24 oil paintings by distinguished artists”, May 19.
1909 American Art Galleries, New York, NY, “Sale”, May 21 – June 4.
1909 A collection of Paintings in Water Color and Pastel by American Artists: Lent by Gustav H. Buek of Brooklyn, NY
Shown “A Wood Fantasy. (#23) (pastel)”??
1909 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Eighty-Fourth Annual Exhibition“, March 15 – April 17.
1909 Poland Spring Art Gallery, Maine State Building, South Poland, ME, “Fifteenth Annual Exhibition of Paintings by Prominent Artists“, 1909.
1909 The Engineers’ Club, 32 West 40th Street, New York, NY, “Loan Exhibition of Paintings By American Artists”, April 24 – May 3.  Shown “The South Strand (5)” lent by William T. Evans, Esq.
1909 Lotos Club, New York, NY (is this the same as The Engineers’ Club?), “Paintings by Members“, April 29? – May 2. “Moonlight on the Kattegat”
1909 American Art Association, Madison Square South, New York, NY, “Loan Exhibition of G H Buek, Brooklyn, NY“, May. Shown “A Wood Fantasy (watercolor)”
1909 Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, “Fourth Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artists“, May 10 – August 30.
1909 Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, Seattle, WA, “Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition”, June 1 – October 15. Won gold medal representing San Francisco, CA for oil painting
1909 Salmagundi Club, New York, NY, “Summer Exhibition of Pictures”, June – July.  Shown “Landscape (a wood interior)”
1909 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Winter Exhibition“, December 11, 1909 – January 9, 1910.

1910 (16)
1910 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Winter Exhibition“, December 11, 1909 – January 9, 1910.
1910 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “One Hundred and Fifth Annual Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts“, January 23 – March 20.
1910 Moulton & Ricketts Galleries, New York, NY & Chicago, IL, “A Notable Collection of American Paintings (the collection of Ralph Blakelock [1847-1919])”, March.  Shown “Still Life with Garlic (coffee pot and earthen jug), 1905”, “Woman with Vegetables”
1910 Bauer-Folsom Galleries, New York, NY, “Paintings by Emil Carlsen“, March 5-11.
1910 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Eighty-Fifth Annual Exhibition“, March 12 – April 17.
1910 Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY,”A Collection of Paintings and Sketches by Emil Carlsen Lent by the Folsom Galleries, New York, NY“, March 18 – April 13.
1910 Pratt Institute Art Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, “Paintings by Emil Carlsen (35 oil paintings)”, April 19-30.
1910 National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, “Gallery Opening”, April. Shown “The South Strand, 1909”
1910 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY, “Exhibition of Paintings from the George A. Hearn Collection”, unknown date.
1910 Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, “Fifth Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artists“, May 11 – September 1.
1910 Cincinnati Museum, Cincinnati, OH, “Seventeenth Annual Exhibition of American Art“, May 21 – July 20.
1910 Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA, “Annual Exhibition”, June. Shown “Mid Ocean, c.1910”
1910 Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA, “Thirteenth Annual Exhibition of Oil Paintings“, June 3 – September 19.
1910 Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Art Gallery (Gallery XIII) , Buffalo, NY, “Exhibition of Paintings from the George A. Hearn Collection“, July?. [26 paintings]
1910 Chicago Art Institute, Chicago, IL, “Exhibition”, July 26 – August 28.
1910 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Twenty-Third Annual Exhibition of American Art“, October 18 – November 27.
1910 St. Louis Museum of Art, St. Louis, MO, “Exhibition”, November 14 – December 12.
1910 Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, OH, “Exhibition of Paintings by Emil Carlsen, Will H. Low, William Ritschel, Louis Paul Dessar, Mary Fairchild Low, Edmund H. Osthaus, Eanger Irving Couse, Myrtle Jean McLane, Edmund C. Greacen, Lillian Matilde Genth, Henry Golden Dearth, John Christen Johansen, Frederick Ballard Williams”, 1910.

1911 (10)
1911 Macbeth Galleries, New York, NY, “A Group of Thirty Selected Paintings“, February 2-15.
1911 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “One Hundred and Sixth Annual Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts“, February 5 – March 26.
1911 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Eighty-Sixth Annual Exhibition“, March 11 – April 16.
1911 Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA, “Fifteenth Annual Exhibition”, April 27 – June 30.
1911 Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, “Sixth Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artists“, May 12 – August 28. Shown “Wooded Landscape, 1911 (#14)”
1911 Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, OH, “Exhibition”, June – July.
1911 City Art Museum, St. Louis, MS, “Sixth Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artists“, September 17 – November 17. Shown “Wooded Landscape, 1911 (#14)”
1911 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Twenty-Fourth Annual Exhibition of American Paintings and Sculpture“, November 14 – December 27.
1911 Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, “3rd Biennial Exhibition”, December 28, 1911 – January 15, 1912. Shown “A Summer Storm (marine)”, “Open Sea”.
1911 Philadelphia Art Club, Philadelphia, PA, “Third Annual Special Exhibition of Oils by Eminent Living American Painters”, unknown date.

1912 (12)
1912 Macbeth Galleries, New York, NY, “Thirty Paintings by Thirty Artists”, January 3-16.
1912 Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, OH, “The Inaugural Exhibition“, January 17 – February 12. Shown “Ripening Corn”
1912 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, Philadelphia, PA, “One Hundred and Seventh Annual Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts“, February 4 – March 24.
1912 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Exhibition of Paintings by Emil Carlsen“, March 4-16.
1912 American Art Galleries, New York, NY, “Valuable Paintings and Water Colors Forming The Private Collection of William Merritt Chase, N.A.“, March 7-8.
1912 Vose Gallery, Boston, MA, “The Latest Work of Emil Carlsen, N.A.“, April 8-20.
1912 Minnesota State Art Society (with the American Federation of Arts), St. Paul, MN ; Stillwater, MN ; Anoka, MN ; Duluth, MN, “Exhibition of Contemporary Artist Paintings”, April 25 – June 16.
1912 Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, “Seventh Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artists“, May 21 – September 2.
1912 The Michigan State Federation of Arts, MI, “Fourth Annual Exhibition of the Michigan State Federation of Arts“, October 23-24; Hackley Gallery, Saginaw, MI, November 16; Bay City, MI; Jackson, MI; Ann Arbor, MI; Grand Rapids, MI; Kalamazoo, MI; Houghton, MI.
1912 City Art Museum of St. Louis, St. Louis, MO, “Seventh Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Paintings”, October 18 – November 27. Shown “Ripening Corn”
1912 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “25th Annual Exhibition of American Oil Paintings and Sculpture“, November 5 – December 8.
1912 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Winter Exhibition“, December 14, 1912 – January 12, 1913.

1913 (10)
1913 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Winter Exhibition“, December 14, 1912 – January 12, 1913.
1913 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Thirty Paintings by Thirty Artists”, unknown date.
1913 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “One Hundred and Eighth Annual Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts“, February 9 – March 30.
1913 Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA, “Scandinavian and American Art”, April 13 – May 11.
1913 Macbeth Galleries, New York, NY, “A Select Group of American Paintings”, April 15-28. Shown “Meeting of the Two Seas (3)”, “Wood Interior (4)”
1913 Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA, “Seventeenth Annual Exhibition of the Carnegie Institute“, April 24 – June 30.
1913 Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, “Eighth Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artists“, May 10 – August 31. Shown “Dines Carlsen, c.1914”, “Ripening Corn”
1913 Delgado Museum of Art (with the New Orleans Art Association & the American Federation of Arts), New Orleans, LA ; Carnegie Public Library, Fort Worth, TX ; Austin, TX ; Houston, TX, “Eighth Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artists“, unknown dates.
1913 City Art Museum of St. Louis, St. Louis, MO, “Eighth Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artists”, September 14.
1913 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Twenty-Six Annual Exhibition of Oil Painters and Sculpture by American Artists“, November 14 – December 25.
1913 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Winter Exhibition“, December 20, 1913 – January 18, 1914.

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1914 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Winter Exhibition“, December 20, 1913 – January 18, 1914.
1914 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Paintings by Emil Carlsen, Paul Dougherty, Frederick C. Frieseke, Childe Hassam, Willard L. Metcalf, Kenneth H Miller, J. Alden Weir“, January 6-19.
1914 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Friends of American Art Loan Exhibition of American Paintings”, January 8-28. Shown “Lifting of the fog bank (5)” lent by Mr. A H Marks.
1914 Boston Art Club, Boston, MA, “Eightieth Exhibition“, January 30 – March 1.
1914 Unknown location, Eugene, OR (sent by the American Federation of Arts), “Contemporary American Paintings”, February.
1914 Indianapolis Art Association (held at John Herron Art Institute), Indianapolis, IN, “Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Oil Paintings”, February.
1914 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “One Hundred and Ninth Annual Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts“, February 8 – March 29.
1914 Michigan State Federation of Arts, Grand Rapids, MI (held at the Detroit Institute of Arts), “Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists“, February 15-27.
1914 Macbeth Galleries, New York, NY, “A Group of Selected Paintings by American Artists”, March 31 – April 21. Shown “Summer Day;  Coast of Maine (6), Venice (5)”
1914 Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA, “Exhibition of Contemporary American Paintings Owned In Worcester County“, April 5 – May 10.
1914 Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, “Ninth Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artists“, May 16 – August 31.  “Dines Carlsen, c.1914”, “Ripening Corn”
1914 Macbeth Galleries, New York, NY, “Summer Exhibition (66 paintings)”, June ?-?. Shown “The Hilltop”, “October”, “Surf”
1914 Detroit Art Institute, Detroit, MI, “Exhibition of Art Work of Detroit Schools”, June 2-14.
1914 City Art Museum, St. Louis, IL, “Fourth Annual Exhibition of Paintings Owned in St. Louis”, July 12-?.  Shown “Sky and Sea” (owned by James F. Ballard)
1914 Shepherd’s Bush, London, England, “Anglo-American Exposition”, unknown date.  Shown [a landscape]
1914 Delgado Museum of Art (with the New Orleans Art Association & the American Federation of Arts), New Orleans, LA, “Ninth Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artists“, unknown date.
1914 Carnegie Public Library, Fort Worth, TX, “Ninth Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artists“, unknown date.
1914 Austin, TX, “Ninth Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artists“, unknown date.
1914 Houston, TX, “Ninth Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artists“, unknown date.
1914 City Art Museum of St. Louis, St. Louis, MO, “Ninth Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artists“, September 6.
1914 Rhode Island School of Design, RI, “Loan Exhibition By Contemporary American Artists”, October 25 – November 23.
1914 John Herron Art Institute, Indianapolis, IN, “Paintings Loaned by Mr. Macbeth”, December.
1914 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Winter Exhibition“, December 19, 1914 – January 17, 1915.

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1915 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Winter Exhibition“, December 19, 1914 – January 17, 1915.
1915 National Arts Club, New York, NY, “Annual Exhibition“, January.
1915 M. Knoedler & Co., New York, NY, “Paintings and Sculpture by American Artists (To Raise Funds for French Artist-Soldiers)”, February 1-13. Shown “Surf (11)”
1915 Vose Galleries of Boston, Inc., Boston, MA, “American and European Artists”, unknown date.  “Niagara (The horseshoe falls)”1915.
1915 Detroit Museum of Art, Detroit, MI, “An Exhibition of American Painting From The Galleries of William Macbeth, New York“, February 4-24.
1915 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “One Hundred and Tenth Annual Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts“, February 7 – March 28.
1915 Fair Grounds for the World’s Fair, San Francisco, CA, “Panama–Pacific International Exposition”, February 20 – December 4.  Medal of Honor for “Open Sea (65)”, “Summer Clouds (309)”
1915 Art Club of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, “Twenty-First Annual Exhibition of the Philadelphia Art Club“, February 21 – March 5. Shown “The Canal”, “Woods Interior”
1915 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Ninetieth Annual Exhibition“, March 20 – April 25.
1915 Macbeth Galleries, New York, NY, “Twelve Lanscape Painters: Emil Carlsen, Bruce Crane, Chas. H. Davis, Daniel Garber, H.H. Groll, W.L. Lathrop, J. Francis Murphy, Leonard Ochtman, H. B. Snell, J. Alden Weir, Carlton Wiggins and F. Ballard Williams”, March 30 – April 16. Shown “1. Woods Interior”, “2. Moonlight and Lamplight”, “3. Beech Woods”.
1915 Detroit Museum of Art, Detroit, MI, “First Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artists”, April 9 – May 31.  Shown “The Old Sycamore (123)”, “A figure?”.
1915 Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, “Tenth Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artists“, May 22 – August 30.
1915 City Art Museum (now called Saint Louis Art Museum), St. Louis, MO, “5th Annual Exhibition of Paintings Owned in St. Louis (Loan Exhibition)“, July 11 – October.
1915 City Art Museum of St. Louis (now called Saint Louis Art Museum), St. Louis, MO, “10th Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artists“, September 12 – October 24.
1915 John Herron Art Institute (now called Herron School of Art and Design), Indianapolis, IN, “Recent Acquisitions”, unknown dates.  “Still Life”
1915 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Twenty-Eight Annual Exhibition of American Oil Paintings and Sculpture“, November 16, 1915 – January 2, 1916.
1915 Nineteenth Century Club, Memphis, TN, “Loan Exhibition from the Macbeth Galleries, New York, NY”, November 27.
1915 Detroit Museum of Art, Detroit, MI, “Exhibition”, December. shown “Moonlight on the Kattegat”.
1915 Union League Club, New York, NY, “American Artists’ Paintings”, December 11. Shown “Still Life”, “[not buoyant landscape]”
1915 Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, “Fifth Exhibition of Oil Paintings by Contemporary American Artists“, December 14, 1915 – January 24, 1916.
1915 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Winter Exhibition“, December 18, 1915 – January 16, 1916.

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1916 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Twenty-Eight Annual Exhibition of American Oil Paintings and Sculpture“, November 16, 1915 – January 2, 1916.
1916 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Winter Exhibition“, December 18, 1915 – January 16, 1916.
1916 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Paintings by Emil Carlsen, Helen M. Turner, Daniel Garber“, January 19 – February 1.
1916 Mahoning Institute of Art (now called The Butler Institute of American Art), Youngstown, OH, “Art Show Lent by Art Lovers of Youngstown”, January.
1916 Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, “Fifth Exhibition of Oil Paintings by Contemporary American Artists“, December 14, 1915 – January 24, 1916.
1916 Detroit Museum of Art, Detroit, MI, “Selected Paintings from the Albright Art Gallery and a Collection of Recent Work by British Artists“, January.
1916 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Thirty Paintings by Thirty Artists”, February.
1916 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “One Hundred and Eleventh Annual Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts“, February 6 – March 26.
1916 Alumni Memorial Hall, Ann Arbor, MI, “Exhibition”, February 16. Shown “Moonlight on the Kattegat”
1916 Philadelphia Art Club, Philadelphia, PA, “Annual Show Of Oil Paintings by Members”, March. Shown “Moonlight (African Scene), c.1916”, “Woods, Interior, c.1916”
1916 Young’s Art Galleries, Chicago, IL, “Unique Sale of 125 Paintings by Leading American Artists”, March 6-15.
1916 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Ninety-First Annual Exhibition“, March 18 – April 23.
1916 American Art Galleries, New York, NY, “An Important Collection of Foreign and American Oil Paintings: Three Hundres Old and Modern Paintings by Foreign and American Artists”, March 29-31.  Shown “Sunset (35)” 8×12 $17.50USD from Estate of Dr. M. C. Gould Signed at the lower right oil on canvas.
1916 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Paintings by American Artists: Past and Present“, April 6-27.
1916 Detroit Institute of Art, Detroit, MI, “2th Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artists (selected from the Pennsylvania Academy of Design, the National Academy of Design, the National Association of Portrait Painters, and The Ten)”, May 3-31.  Shown “Still Life”
1916 Hazleton High School (with the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts), Hazleton, PA, “Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists”, May 4.  Shown “Dines”
1916 Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH, “Inaugural Exhibition”, June 6 – September 20.  Shown “Moonlight on a Calm Sea (loaned by Chauncey J. Blair)”
1916 Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, OH, “Summer Show (from a selection of Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, National Academy of Design, National Association of Portrait Painters, and The Ten)”, Summer.
1916 M. Knoedler & Co., New York, NY, “Ninth Annual Summer Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists“, Summer.
1916 Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY, “Contemporary Swedish Exhibition from the Panama-Pacific Exposition?”, unknown date.  Shown “Still life with Kettle and Jug, c.1906”
1916 Mystic Art Association, Mystic, CT, “Third Annual Exhibition of the Mystic Art Association”, August 19-?. Shown “A Marine”
1916 Museum of History, Science and Art (now the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County), Exposition Park, Los Angeles, CA, “First Annual Exposition, Contemporary American Painters (also called First Annual in the Far West“, August.
1916 M. Knoedler & Co., New York, NY, “Ninth Annual Summer Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists”, unknown date.  Shown “Old Sycamore (38)” $1500USD.
1916 City Art Museum St. Louis (now called Saint Louis Art Museum), St. Louis, MO, “11th Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artists”, September 3-?. Shown “Open Sea (24)”
1916 The Casino, Stockbridge, MA, “8th Annual Exhibition of the Berkshire Artists”, September 16-?. Shown “Moonlight and Lamplight”
1916 Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts (held at the New Century Club, Wilmington, DE), “Annual Art Exhibition”, November 6-13.
1916 Art Club of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, “Annual exhibition of oil paintings by members of the art club of Philadelphia”, December 1-31. shown The meeting of the seas.
1916 Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, MS, “Recent Acquisitions for the Martin B. Koon Memorial Collection”, December. Acquired “Woodland Scene, c.1916”
1916 Milwaukee Art Institute, Milwaukee, WI, “Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists: Many Owned and Lent by Thomas Whipple Dunbar”, December.  Shown “(iridescent sea – small canvas)”
1916 Oakland Art Gallery, Oakland, CA, “Annual Bohemian Club Member Exhibition”, December 1?-16. Shown [still life]
1916 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Winter Exhibition“, December 16, 1916 – January 15, 1917.

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1917 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Winter Exhibition“, December 16, 1916 – January 15, 1917.
1917 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Friends of American Art”, January. “Still Life” (Gift of Mrs. Chauncey J. Blair).
1917 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Thirty Paintings by Thirty Artists”, February.  Shown “May”.
1917 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “One Hundred and Twelfth Annual Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts“, February 4–March 25. Shown “October”.
1917 American Art Galleries, New York, NY, “Valuable Modern Paintings By Distinguished Foreign and American Artists”, February 28 – March 9.  Shown “Still Life (154)” 47×36 $50USD Signed at the lower left. ‘Emil Carlsen’ Mr. Hy Mayer sold to J. N. Young.
1917 Ferargil Galleries, New York, NY, “Intimate Studies by great American artists (chiefly from the studios of Childe Hassam, William L. Lathrop, Emil Carlsen, J Fancis Murphy)“, March 1-15.
1917 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Ninety-Second Annual Exhibition“, March 17 – April 22.
1917 Detroit Museum of Art, Detroit, MI, “The Third Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artist“, April 9 – May 30.
1917 American Art Galleries, New York, NY, “American Paintings and Sculpture: Contributed in Aid of the Relief Fund of the American Artists’ Relief Committee of One Hundred”, April 30 – May 4.  Shown “Evening (112)” 15×18 $160USD Signed at lower left sold to Henry Schiltheis.
1917 Greenwich Society of Artists, Greenwich, CT, “Paintings by American Artists”, unknown date.
1917 Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, “American Paintings in the Corcoran Gallery of Art?”, unknown date.
1917 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Summer Exhibition“, June – August.
1917 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Opening Exhibition of Our Second Quarter-Century”, October. Shown “Still Life (1)” not illustrated.
1917 City Art Museum, Saint Louis, MO, “Twelfth Annual Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists“, September 23 – October 28.
1917 Newark Museum Association, Newark, NJ, “A Brief Note on Paintings: Suggested by the Exhibition of American Paintings Lent by Joseph S. Isidor”, November 1 – December 2.
1917 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Thirtieth Annual Exhibition of American Oil Paintings and Sculpture“, November 8, 1917 – January 2, 1918.
1917 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Winter Exhibition“, December 15, 1917 – January 13, 1918.
1917 Young’s Art Galleries, Chicago, IL, “Buy a picture for a [Christmas] gift : 85 small paintings by [various artists]”, December 18-22.
1917 Ferargil Gallery, New York, NY, “Small pictures”, December 24, 1917 – January 1, 1918.

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1918 Ferargil Gallery, New York, NY, “Small pictures”, December 24, 1917 – January 1, 1918.
1918 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Thirtieth Annual Exhibition of American Oil Paintings and Sculpture“, November 8, 1917 – January 2, 1918.
1918 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Winter Exhibition“, December 15, 1917 – January 13, 1918.
1918 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Alumni Exhibition“, January 8 – February 17.
1918 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “113th Annual Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture”, February 3 – March 24.
1918 Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH, “Gallery VIII changes”, February – March. Shown “Sea in August (small coastal scene) from Mrs. Henry Lefavour collection”.
1918 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Ninety-third Annual Exhibition“, March – April.
1918 Detroit Museum of Art, Detroit, MI, “The Fourth Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artist“, April 9 – May 30.
1918 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Paintings by Emil Carlsen, Childe Hassam, J. Alden Weir”, April 27 – May 9, 1918.  Shown “Beech Woods”, [1 still life], [3 marines -wide seas & sweeping winds]
1918 M. Knoedler & Co., New York, NY, “Eleventh Annual Summer Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists“, June – August.
1918 American Art Galleries, New York, NY, “An Important Collection of Valuable Modern Paintings”, March 28 – April 5. Shown “Fruit (156)” 21×30 From the artist, Joseph G. Wallach, Esq., sold to Feragril Galleries Signed at the lower left. $90USD, “The Sentinel Pine (160)” 30×30 $475USD from the artist to Joseph G. Wallach, Esq sold to Robert Handley Signed at lower left and dated ’07.’, “Woods (166)” 34×28 $500USD Signed at lower left and dated 1902 from the artist to Joseph G. Wallach, Esq sold to C. P. Byrnes, “October Oaks (169)” 34×38 $425USD from the artist to Joseph G. Wallach, Esq sold to P. W. Gatterdam? Signed at lower right.
1918 Greenwich Society of Artists, Greenwich, CT, “Paintings by American Artist”, unknown date.
1918 Young’s Art Galleries, Chicago, IL, “Paintings by Eminent American Old Masters and some of the Prominent Living American Artists“,  unknown date.
1918 Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, “The Twelfth Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Aritsts”, May 11 – September 9, 1918. Shown “Surf, 1907”.
1918 The Plaza Hotel, New York, NY, “George A. Hearn Collection Auction and Exhibition”, unknown date.
1918 Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA, “Exhibition of Paintings by Contemporary American Artists“, November 10 – November 24.
1918 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Second Exhibition of Intimate Paintings”, December. Shown “Still Life (7)” 15×18 $1000USD.
1918 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “94th Annual Exhibition“, December 13, 1918 – January 11, 1919.
1918 Milch Galleries, New York, NY, “Annual Holiday Exhibition of Selected Paintings of Limited Size by American Artists”, December 18, 1918 – January 16, 1919.  Shown “Landscape (6)”, “Still Life (7)” not illustrated

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1919 Milch Galleries, New York, NY, “Annual Holiday Exhibition of Selected Paintings of Limited Size by American Artists”, December 18, 1918 – January 16, 1919. Shown “Landscape (6)”, “Still Life (7)” not illustrated.
1919 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “94th Annual Exhibition”, December 13, 1918 – January 11, 1919. Shown “The Open Sea”
The American Magazine, Vol. 10, No 8,
June 1919,”The Ninety-Fourth Annual Exhibition of the National Academy of Design” by Maria Oakey Dewing, “This exhibition boasted a beautiful sea piece by Emil Carlsen, “The Open Sea.” Here we had the freshness and color and lovely surface that with his peculiarly personal charm Mr. Carlsen is sure to give us. This is something else he gives us never quite tangible or expressable-is it perhaps poetry-all in the legitimate language of art, as I am not willing to say of some kinds of technique where the paint is in high relief. Gerome called it “Peinture pour les aveugles.”
1919 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “One Hundred and Fourteenth Annual Exhibition“, February 9–March 30.
1919 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “95th Annual Exhibition”, April 6 – May 9, 1919. Awarded The Carnegie Prize for “Surf at Skagen”.
1919 Greenwich Society of Artists, Greenwich, CT, “Paintings by American Artist”, May.  Shown “Peonies”
1919 Ferargil Gallery, New York, NY, “Summer Show of American Paintings”, August? – September 1.
1919 National Museum of the Luxembourg, Paris, France, “Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture by American Artists”, October 6 – November 15.  shown “O Ye of Little Faith”.
1919 Ferargil Galleries, New York, NY, “Paintings by Emil Carlsen and Edward Willis Redfield”, November.  “The Caribbean”, “Surf”, “The White Birch”, “[a beach scene – a sketch]” (7-8 paintings shown).
1919 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Third Exhibition of Intimate Paintings”, November 10 – December 6. Shown “The Sands (5)” 6-1/4×8-3/4 $250, “Silver Jug (6)” 9×10 $750, “The River’s Mouth (7)” 16×20 $600, “The Inlet (8a)” 16×18 $500.
1919 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Loan Exhibition of Paintings by Emil Carlsen from the collection of Mr. Robert J. Handley, Esq. of New York“, December.
1919 Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, “Thirteenth Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artists“, unknown date.
1919 Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, “7th Biennial of Oil Paintings by Contemporary American Artists“, December 21, 1919 – January 25, 1920.

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1920 Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, “7th Biennial of Oil Paintings by Contemporary American Artists“, December 21, 1919 – January 25, 1920.
1920 Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, “Important Works by a Number of America’s Leading Painters“, January 10 – February 15.
1920 Greenwich Society of Artists (Held at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, CT), “Group Exhibition”, unknown date.
1920 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Fourth Exhibition of Intimate Paintings”, unknown date.
1920 Detroit Institute of Arts of the City of Detroit, Detroit, MI, “The Sixth Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artist“, April 20 – May 31.
1920 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Ninety-sixth Annual Exhibition”, April – May.
1920 Ferargil Galleries, New York, NY, “Mr. Russell presents selected examples of Four Great American Artists: Carlsen, Hassam, Davies, the Late Julian Alden Weir”, May 10 – June 1.
1920 Memphis Art Association and Junior Art League, Brooks Memorial, Overton Park, Memphis, TN, “Paintings by Brush, Carlsen, Metcalf, Hassam, Couse, Crane, Dewing, Dougherty, Garber, Spencer, Wiggins; work from the New York pubic schools, circulated by the American Federation of Arts”, October.
1920 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Thirty-Third Annual Exhibition of American Oil Paintings and Sculpture“, November 4 – December 12.
1920 Library, University of Akron, Akron, OH (sponsored by the Akron Fine Arts Club and loaned by the Milch Galleries), “Masterful Examples of the Work of Leading American Artists”, November 8-22.
1920 Montclair Art Museum, Montclair Art Association, Montclair, NJ, “Paintings by Blakelock, Carlsen, Crane, Crouse, Murphy, Ranger and Wyant from the Isidor Collection”, 1920 – 1921.

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1921 Montclair Art Museum, Montclair Art Association, Montclair, NJ, “Paintings by Blakelock, Carlsen, Crane, Crouse, Murphy, Ranger and Wyant from the Isidor Collection”, 1920 – 1921.
1921 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Recent Paintings by Emil Carlsen N.A.“, February 9-28.
1921 Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH, “Selections from the Thirty-Third Annual Exhibition of American Oil Paintings and Sculpture”, February 15 – March 27.
1921 American Art Galleries, Madison Square South, New York, NY, “Valuable Paintings by Old and Modern Great Masters”, February 19-24.  Shown “Still Life (4)” 17×14 $95USD Signed at lower right Emil Carlsen and dated ’94.’ Private owner bought by J. W. Lynde (Plump Chicken with glass flagon and white cloth)
1921 Detroit Institute of Arts of the City of Detroit, Detroit, MI, “Loans to the Museum”, February. “Landscape” [loaned by Ralph H. Booth].
1921 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “116th Annual Exhibition of The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts”, February 6 – March 26. Shown “The Open Sea (303)”, “Blue and White (328)”, “Stormy Sea (472)”.
1921 Dallas Art Association, Dallas, TX, “Second Annual American and European Art (Exhibition held at The Adolphus Hotel in the Junior Ballroom, Dallas, TX)“, April 7-21.
1921 Ehrich Galleries, New York, NY, “Modern American Paintings”, unknown date.
1921 Louisville Art Association, Louisville, KY (sent from the Milch Galleries, New York, NY), “American School, Ninety Exhibits”, April 28 – May 15.
1921 Junior Art Patrons of America, New York, NY, “First Retrospective Exhibition of American Art“, May 6-21.
1921 Cincinnati Museum, Cincinnati, OH, “The Twenty-Eighth Annual Exhibition of American Art“, May 28 – July 31.
1921 The Century Association, New York, NY, “Paintings by Emil Carlsen loaned by Robert Handley, Esq.”, June 9.
1921 Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH, “Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting”, June 10 – July 10.
1921 Mystic Art Association, Mystic, CT, “Ninth Annual Summer Exhibition”, August 23. Shown “Arrangement in Grays, c.1921”.
1921 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Opening Exhibition: Season 1921-1922”, October 11-20. Shown “Mandarin Necklace (1)”.
1921 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Thirty-Fourth Annual Exhibition of American Oil Paintings and Sculpture”, November 3 – December 11. Shown “The Picture from Thibet (34)”.
1921 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Exhibition”, November 19 – December 18. “Stormy Sea, c.1920” Lent by William MacBeth.
1921 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Fifth Exhibition of Intimate Paintings”, November 21 – December 12.  Shown “The Beach (7)” 16×20 $600USD, “Wood Interior (8)” 20×17 $1200USD
1921 Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA, “Exhibition of American Paintings by American Painters”, December 4, 1921 – January 2, 1922.

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1922 Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA, “Exhibition of American Paintings by American Painters”, December 4, 1921 – January 2, 1922.
1922 Akron Art Institute (Akron Art Museum), Akron, OH, “Opening Exhibition”, January 30-?.
1922 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Thirty Paintings by Thirty Artists: Twelfth Annual Exhibition”, January 24 – February 13. Shown “Arrangement in Grays (3) c.1922” 36×36.
1922 City Art Museum,  Saint Louis, MO, “Seventeenth Annual Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists”, unknown date.  Shown: “The Picture from Thibet”.
1922 Detroit Institute of Arts of the City of Detroit, Detroit, MI, “Loan Exhibition of Paintings Selected from the Collection of Messrs. R. C. and N. M. Vose of Boston“, February.
1922 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “117th Annual Exhibition”, February 5 – March 6. Shown: “The Picture From Thibet”.
1922 American Art Galleries, New York, NY, “Valuable Paintings by Masters of the Foreign and American Schools”, February 16. Shown “Nature Morte (62)” (also called Still Life with Roses and Mandolin, 1884) 26×44 $500USD From the Estate of Elizabeth R. Sprague, Boston, MA sold to E. F. Albee.
1922 American Art Galleries, Madison Square South, New York, NY, “Valuable Paintings of the American and Foreign Schools“, February 22-28.
1922 American Art Galleries, Madison Square South, New York, NY, “American and Foreign Paintings of Artistic Distinction”, February 22-27.  Shown “Weir’s Place at Windham (41)” 25×30 $675USD Signed at lower left. ‘Emil. Carlsen.’. Owner Mr. Duncan Phillips sold to Macbeth Galleries, Inc.
1922 Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, NJ, “For the Selection of a Picture to become part of the Permanent Collection: Group Exhibition”, February 17 – March 19.  shown “Landscape (2)”.
1922 American Art Galleries, New York, NY, “Valuable Paintings by Masters: Works of the Barbizon, Impressionist, Contemporary Foreign and American Schools”, April 3-6, 1922. Shown “Apple Orchard (46)” 24-3/4×34-3/4 $525USD From the Artist sold to W. W. Seaman Agl?
1922 Detroit Institute of Arts of the City of Detroit, Detroit, MI, “Eigth Annual Exhibition The Detroit Institute of Art of the City of Detroit“, April 11 – May 31.
1922 Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH, “Twenty-Ninth Annual Exhibition of American Art“, May 27 – July 31.
1922 Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH, “The Second Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting”, June 8.  Shown [a marine painting].
1922 M. Knoedler & Co., New York, NY, “Fifteenth Annual Summer Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists“, June – August.
1922 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Second Retrospective Exhibition of the Art Institute Alumni Association“, October 9.
1922 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Thirty-Fifth Annual Exhibition of American Oil Paintings and Sculpture”, November 2 – December 10.  Shown “The Caribbean (37)” $3,000 USD
1922 Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX, “Third Annual Exhibition: American Art From The Days Of The Colonists To Now“, November 16-30.
1922 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Sixth Exhibition of “Intimate Paintings”“, November 21 – December 11.  Shown “Breakers over a Sunken Rock (11)” 10×12 $325USD.

1923 (18)
1923 Macbeth Galleries, New York, NY, “Thirty Paintings by Thirty Artists: Thirteenth Annual Exhibition”, January 23 – February 12.  Shown “Opaline Sea (4)” (illustrated)
1923 John Herron Art Institute, Indianapolis, IN, “Collection of Paintings by Old and Recent Masters from the Vose Galleries of Boston”, January 29 – February 12.
1923 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “One Hundred and Eighteenth Annual Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts”, February 4 – March 25.
1923 Grand Central Art Galleries, New York, NY, “Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture Contributed by the Founders of the Galleries”, unknown date.
1923 Art Club of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, “Exhibition of Oil Paintings by Lilian Westcott Hale, Emil Carlsen, and Charles H. Davis“, February 24 – March 18.
1923 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Recent Paintings by Emil Carlsen“, March 6-26.
1923 American Art Galleries, New York, NY, “Very Important and Exceedingly Valuable Oil Paintings by Celebrated Foreign and American Masters and other Valuable Art Property from the Collection of the Late P. A. Valentine of New York and Other Private Sources“, March 7-9.
1923 Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, “The Painting of Emil Carlsen“, April 3-29.
1923 Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, “The Seventeenth Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings and Small Bronzes by American Artists at the Albright Art Gallery“, April 8 – June 18.
1923 Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, NY, “Contemporary American Paintings and Sculpture (pulled from other exhibitions of the last two years)”, June – July.
1923 Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA, “Emil Carlsen Exhibition“, June 1 – August 31.
1923 Akron Art Institute, Akron, OH, “Emil Carlsen Exhibition“, September.
1923 St. Louis City Art Museum, St. Louis, MO, “Nineteenth Annual Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists”, September 15 – October 25.  Shown “The Caribbean” $3,000 USD.
1923 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Paintings by Emil Carlsen, Theodore Robsinson, J. Alden Weir“, October 30 – November 19.
1923 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “36th Annual Exhibition of American Paintings and Sculpture“, November 1 – December 9.
1923 American Art Galleries, Madison Square South, New York, NY, “Foreign and American Oil Paintings Belonging to An Estate and Private Owners“, November 14-15.
1923 Dallas Art Association, Dallas, TX, “Fourth Annual Exhibition of The Dallas Art Association”, November 14-28.
1923 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “98th Annual Exhibition”, November 17 – December 16.

1924 (7)
1924 Greenwich Society of Artists, Greenwich, CT, “Paintings by American Artist”, unknown date.
1924 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “119th Annual Exhibition”, February 3 – March 23.
1924 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Thirty Paintings by Thirty Artists: Fourteenth Annual Exhibition”, February 7-25.  Showed “Kang-Hsi Porcelains (3)” 53×42.
1924 Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA, “23rd International Exhibition”, April 24 – June 15.  Shown “Maine Woods”.
1924 St. Louis City Art Museum, St. Louis, MO, “Nineteenth Annual Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists”, September 15 – October 25.  Shown “China Blue (also known as Still Life & Kang-Tsi Porcelain), 1924”.
1924 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Thirty-Seventh Annual Exhibition of American Paintings and Sculpture“, October 30 – December 14.
1924 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “99th Annual Exhibition”, November 15 – December 7.

1925 (9)
1925 Yunt Galleries, Houston, TX, “American Paintings”, January 1-10.
1925 Greenwich Society of Artists, Greenwich, CT, “Paintings by American Artist”,  unknown date.
1925 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “120th Annual Exhibition”, February 8 – March 29.
1925 St. Louis City Art Museum, St. Louis, MO, “Twentieth Annual Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists”, September 15 – October 25.  Shown “Niagara”.
1925 State Fair of Texas, Dallas, TX, “Twentieth Annual Loan Collection of American Paintings”, October 10-25. Shown “The Carabian”.
1925 Dallas Art Association, Dallas, TX, “Fifth Annual Exhibition of The Dallas Art Association”, November 16 – December 1.
1925 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Centennial Exhibition National Academy of Design: 1825-1925“, April 1-24.
1925 Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, “Centennial Exhibition National Academy of Design: 1825-1925“, October 17 – November 15.
1925 Grand Central Art Galleries, New York, NY, “Centennial Exhibition National Academy of Design: 1825-1925“, December 1, 1925 – January 3, 1926.

1926 (19)
1926 Grand Central Art Galleries, New York, NY, “Centennial Exhibition National Academy of Design: 1825-1925“, December 1, 1925 – January 3, 1926.
1926 Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX (loaned by Grand Central Galleries, New York, NY), “Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture by Leading Living American Artists“, January 1-23. Shown “Maine Woods [unclear which one]” and “Landscape”.
1926 Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX, “Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture by Leading Living American Artists”, January 9-23.  “Maine Woods” and “Landscape”.
1926 Art Gallery of Ontario, Ontario, CAN, “Inaugural Exhibition”, January 29 – February 28.  Shown “Moonlight on the Kattegat”.
1926 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “121st Annual Exhibition”, January 31 – March 21.
1926 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Art Portfolio”, unknown date.  Shown “The Trout Brook” 34×34 $2500USD (illustrated), “Side Running Sea” 25×30 $2500USD (illustrated).
1926 American Art Galleries, New York, NY, “Auction from the Private Collection of C.L. Baldwin”, unknown date.  Shown “The Wood Carving”.
1926 Babcock Galleries, New York, NY, “Romantic American Cabinet Paintings”, unknown date.
1926 San Diego Museum of Art [1926- ], San Diego, CA, “Inaugural Exhibition, Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego”, February 26 – March 31.
1926 Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, “The Tenth Exhibition of Contemporary American Oil Paintings”, April 4 – May 16.  Shown “The Picture From Thibet (#84)”.
1926 Memorial Union building, Purdue University, Lafayette, IN, “Exhibition of pictures from the Chicago galleries association, American federation of arts collection and Lafayette art association”, May 8-14.  shown Venice.
1926 Grand Central Art Galleries, Inc., New York, NY, “Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture Contributed by Artist Members of the Galleries“, June 28 – September 30.
1926 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Summer Exhibition: Painting by American Artists“, July – August.
1926 Berlin, National Gallery, “The Multi-National Exhibition“, July – August.
1926 Berne, Kunsthalle, “The Multi-National Exhibition“, September.
1926 Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA, “International Exhibition of Paintings”, October 14 – December 5.  shown Connecticut Hillside.
1926 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Thirty-Ninth Annual Exhibition of American Paintings and Sculpture”, October 28 – December 12.  Shown “The Man In The Garden (45)” $4000USD.
1926 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “101st Annual Exhibition (Winter)”, November 27 – December 19.
1926 California Palace of Legion of Honor, San Francisco, CA, “First Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artist”, November 15, 1926 – January 30, 1927.
1926 London, Chenil Galleries, “The Multi-National Exhibition“, December.

1927 (13)
1927 California Palace of Legion of Honor, San Francisco, CA, “First Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artist”, November 15, 1926 – January 30, 1927.
1927 Paris, Bernheim Jeune Gallery, “The Multi-National Exhibition“, January.
1927 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “122nd Annual Exhibition”, January 30 – March 20.
1927 Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX, “Exhibition Of Painting and Sculpture by Leading Living American Artists”, February 5-25.
1927 Dallas Art Association, held at the Scottish Rite Cathedral, Dallas, TX, “Exhibition from the Grand Central Art Galleries, New York, NY“, February 5-25.
1927 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Thirty Paintings by Thirty Artitst: Sixteenth Annual Exhibition”, February 28 – March 19.  Shown “Harvester Bottles (5)” no illustrated.
1927 Grand Central Art Galleries, New York, NY, “The Multi-National Exhibition“, March.
1927 Grand Central Art Galleries, New York, NY, “Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture Contributed by Artist Members of the Galleries“, June 1 – September 30.
1927 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Summer Exhibition”, July – August.  Shown “In The Pine Woods (21)”.
1927 Organized by Mrs. Helen Townsend Simpson [Custodian, Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts), Guilford, CT, “Exhibition by American Painters and Sculptors“, July 9 – August 29.
1927 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Fortieth Annual Exhibition of American Paintings and Sculpture”, October 27 – December 14.  Shown “O, Ye of Little Faith (39)”.
1927 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “102nd Annual Exhibition (Winter)“, November 29 – December 18.
1927 Grand Central Art Galleries, New York, NY, “Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture Contributed by Artist Members of the Galleries“, unknown date.

1928 (9)
1928 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Paintings by Emil Carlsen”, unknown date.
1928 Akron Art Institute (Akron Art Museum) (Sponsored by the National Academy of Design), Akron, OH, “Pictures in the National Academy”, January ?-?.
1928 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “123rd Annual Exhibition”, January 29 – March 18.
1928 Literary League (held at the high school art gallery), Springville, UT, “Seventh Annual Show [provided by the Vose Gallery?]”, April 1-30.
1928 M. Knoedler & Company, 622 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL, “Summer Edition of Works by American Painters“, June – August.
1928 Anderson Galleries, New York, NY, “Francis H. Bacon Collection”, October 25.  Shown “A Showery Afternoon (also known as Landscape & Rising Storm), 1905”.
1928 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Forty-First Annual Exhibition of American Paintings and Sculpture“, October 25 – December 16.
1928 Grand Central Art Galleries, New York, NY, “First Annual Member Prize Exhibition“, November 20 – December 8.
1928 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “103rd Annual Exhibition (Winter)“, November 27 – December 16.
1928 Reading Museum, Reading, PA, “(sponsored by the American Federation of Arts)”, December 24, 1928 – January 12, 1929.  shown “(Woodland Exterior in Spring)” and “(Brown jug and brass teapot)”.

1929 (11)
1929 Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX, “Exhibition of Contemporary American Art by Members of the Grand Central Art Galleries”, January 13-27. “Still Life”, “Man in the Garden”, “Christ and the Fisherman”.
1929 American Art Association, New York, NY, “The George Barr McCutcheon Collection of Paintings”, January 26-31.
1929 Warren County Public Library, Warrenton, NC, “Art Exhibition under the Auspices of The Woman’s Club of Warrenton, N.C.”, February 18 – March 1.
1929 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “124th Annual Exhibition”, January 21 – March 27.
1929 Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA, “Modern American Paintings: Objective and Subjective”, February 3-24. shown “still life, c.1903”
1929 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Paintings by Emil Carlsen and Dines Carlsen“, February 5-18.
1929 Grand Central Art Galleries, New York, NY, “Exhibition of paintings by leading living American artists from the Grand Central Art Galleries, New York”, February 10-24.
1929 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Thirty Paintings by Thirty Artists: Seventeenth Annual Exhibition”, February 19 – March 4.  Shown “The Miraculous Draught – Study (4)”.
1929 National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, CAN, “Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting (organized by The Art Institute of Chicago)”, unknown date. Shown “Niagara Falls (#10)”.
1929 Davenport Municipal Art Gallery, Davenport, IA, “Exhibition of works from the Grand Central Galleries, New York, NY”, November 11? – ?.  Shown two still life and one marine.
1929 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “104th Annual Exhibition (Winter)”, November 12 – December 1.  Shown “Hemlock Grove”

1930 (12)
1930 Herron Museum (John Herron Art Institute), Indianapolis, IN, “Forty-fifth annual exhibition of the work of contemporary American artists“, January 1, 1930 – ?.
1930 Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX, “Exhibition of contemporary American art by artist members of the Grand Central Art Galleries“, January 12-26.
1930 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “125th annual exhibition”, January 26 – March 16.
1930 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Thirty paintings by thirty artists: eighteenth annual exhibition”, February 4-17.  Shown Hemlocks and Pines (4).
1930 Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX, “Loan exhibition of paintings and textiles from the homes of Dallas”, February 9-25.
1930 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “105th Annual Exhibition”, March 20 – April 6.
1930 Louisville Free Public Library, Louisville Art Association, Louisville, KY, “Works from the Milch Galleries, New York, NY”, April 28 – May 15.
1930 John Herron Art Institute [now the Indianapolis Museum of Art], Indianapolis, IN, “Exhibition of paintings loaned the John Herron Art Institute from homes in the city of Indianapolis“, October 13-31.
1930 Carnegie Art Institute, Pittsburgh, PA, “Twenty-ninth Carnegie Institute international exhibition of modern painting”, October 16 – December 7.
1930 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “American paintings of museum importance (15 canvases)“, November.
1930 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “105th annual exhibition (winter)“, November 15 – December 1.
1930 J. B. Speed Memorial Museum, Louisville, KY, “Paintings from the Duncan Phillips Collection”, December 7-24.  Shown Night at Windham.

1931 (15)
1931 Nicholas Roerich Museum, New York, NY, “Exhibition of Religious Art by Contemporary American Painters”, December 5, 1931 – January 4, 1932.  Shown “Christ and the Fisherman”.
1931 Union League Club, New York, NY, “Inaugural Exhibition”, unknown date.
1931 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “126th Annual Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture”, January 25 – March 15.
1931 Warren E Cox Galleries, New York, NY, “Exhibition of Paintings by Emil Carlsen and Dines Carlsen“, February.
1931 Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY, “Modern Decoration and Design by members of the American Union of Decorative Artists and Craftsmen (AUDAC)”, May 2 – July 1.
1931 Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY, “American Federation of Arts, Traveling Exhibition of Fifty Paintings”, May 7-28.
1931 Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, PA, “American Paintings in New England Museums”, May 28 – June 22.  Shown “Still Life, c.1903 [worcester]”.
1931 Morrill Hall, Lincoln, NE, “American Federation of Arts (from the National Academy of Design and the Phllips Memorial Galleries in Washington DC)”, June 11 – July?.
1931 Columbia University, Room 301, Philosophy Hall, New York, NY, “Modern Art“, July.
1931 East Hampton Guild Hall, East Hampton, NY, “Local Artists: 1875 – 1895 (with loans from the Brooklyn Museum)”, August 19 – ?.  Shown “Long Island, 1877”.
1931 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Forty-Fourth Annual Exhibition of American Paintings and Sculpture”, October 29 – December 13.  Shown “Gethsemane (31)”.
1931 Grand Central Art Galleries, New York, NY, “Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture Contributed by Artist Members“, November.
1931 Macbeth Galleries, New York, NY, “An Exhibition of Fifteen New Paintings From The Artists’ Studios“, November 4-30.
1931 Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX, “1931  Loan Exhibition of Works of Art From Dallas Homes”, November 15-30.
1931 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “106th Annual Exhibition (Winter)”, November 21 – December 16.

1932 (7)
1932 Nicholas Roerich Museum, New York, NY, “Exhibition of Religious Art by Contemporary American Painters”, December 5, 1931 – January 4, 1932.  Shown “Christ and the Fisherman”.
1932 Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY, “Exhibition of paintings by American impressionists and other artists of the period : 1880-1900”, January 18 – February 28, #5 shown Morning sulight.
1932 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “127th Annual Exhibition”, January 19 – March 19.
1932 Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA, “Contemporary American Painting”, March 21 – April 17.
1932 Literary League (held at the high school art gallery), Springville, UT, “Eleventh Annual Show [provided by the Vose Gallery]”, April 1-30.
1932 Macbeth Gallery at the Union League Club, New York, NY, “Forty Years of American Art (1892-1932)“, April 11-30.
1932 Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY, “Paintings and Sculpture by the Society of Scandinavian American Artists with a Memorial Group of Paintings by Emil Carlsen with works by Dines Carlsen“, April 12 – May 15.
1932 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “107th Annual Exhibition”, November 26 – December 21.  Shown “Oh Ye of Little Faith”.

1933 (2)
1933 Colony Club Art Gallery, Detroit, MI, “Landscapes and Still Lifes by Emil Carlsen & Dines Carlsen“, January 6-31.
1933 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “A Century of Progress: Exhibition of Paintings & Sculpture“, June 1 – November 1.

1934 (3)
1934 College Art Association, East Hampton, LI, “Memorial Exhibition of American Painters Who Have Died Since 1900 (traveling exhibition)”, September 9-23.  Shown “Niagara”.
1934 National Arts Club, New York, NY, “Former Eight Members work”, unknown date.
1934 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “An Exhibition of “Collectors’ Examples” of American Painting Received for Sale from Private Owners and Estates”, October 16-30. Shown “The Brook (6)” 34×34 not illustrated (previously called “The Trout Brook”).

1935 (4)
1935 American Art Association Anderson Galleries, New York, NY, “Property from the late John J. Campbell of New York City, Property of a New York Private Collector and from other sources“, January 20-25. shown [a landscape].
1935 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Loan Exhibition”, March 5-18. Shown Original Study for “The Miraculous Draught (2)”.
1935 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Still Lifes by Emil Carlsen, 1853-1932“, April 23 – May 13.
1935 M. H. De Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco, CA, “Exhibition of American Painting”, unknown date.

1936 (3)
1936 Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA, “The Main Currents in the Development of American Art”, unknown date.
1936 Guild Hall Galleries, Long Island, NY, “Exhibition of Long Island Artists”, August.
1936 Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX, “The Centennial Exhibition of Paintings, Sculpture, and Graphic Arts“, June 6 – November 29.

1937 (4)
1937 Person Hall, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, “Modern American Oil and Watercolor Paintings”, January 15-?.
1937 Royal Poinciana Conservatories, West Palm Beach, FL, “Ninth Annual Flower Show (Sponsored by the Society of the Four Arts)“, February 21-24.  shown (flower painting).
1937 Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH, “Exhibition of American Painting from 1860 Until Today”, unknown date.
1937 American Art Association/Anderson Galleries Inc., New York, NY, “American & European Paintings: Property of the Estate of the Late Frank D. Frazier, New York; Selections from the Collection of the Lotos Club Sold by Its Order . . . With Additions.”, March 4.

1938 (1)
1938 Society of Four Arts, West Palm Beach, FL, “Exhibition of Contemporary American Artists from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Norton of Chicago“, March 6.

1939 (4)
1939 National Arts Club, New York, NY, “Fortieth Anniversary Exhibition”, Memorializing Former Members”, unknown date.  Shown “Christ and the Fisherman” and “Godwin’s Ridge”.
1939 Springville High School, Springville, UT,”Eighteenth Annual National High School Art Exhibit”, March 31 – April 30.
1939 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Special Exhibition: The Past 100 Years“, May 8 – July 25.
1939 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Half a Century of American Art”, November 16, 1939 – January 7, 1940.  shown “Still Life: Swan and Ducks” (property of Mrs. Mahonri M. Young).

1940 (2)
1940 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Half a Century of American Art”, November 16, 1939 – January 7, 1940.  shown “Still Life: Swan and Ducks” (property of Mrs. Mahonri M. Young).
1940 Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY, “Paintings by Brooklyn Artists”, April 6-28.
1940 Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, “Art in Washington”, December.  Shown: “The Picture From Thibet”.

1941 (3)
1941 Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA, “Painting Today and Yesterday in The United States”,  unknown date.
1941 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “A Memorial Exhibition of Paintings as a Tribute to the Late Robert Macbeth: Renown Dealer in American Art, Showing the Work of Eighteen American Painters Discovered By the Macbeth Gallery“, March 30 – April 29.
1941 Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY, “Recent Acquisitions on View”, March 22 – April 27.   Shown “Long Island”.

1942 (2)
1942 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “The Grand Opening Exhibition [of their new building] Our Heritage 116th Annual Exhibition”, April 8 – May 16.  Shown “Dines Carlsen (#196)”.
1942 Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, NJ, “10th Annual Exhibition“, May 8-29.  Shown “Dines Carlsen, 1902”.

1944 (1)
1944 Century Association, New York, NY, “Art Exhibition”, April 12 – May 15.  Shown “The Wild Swan, 1902”.

1945 (2)
1945 Hofstra College, Hemptead, NY, “The Arts Come To Hempstead (loan exhibition from several NY museums)”, May 6-13.  Shown “Long Island”.
1945 American British Art Center, New York, NY, “Americans: 1810-1890”, May – June.

1947 (1)
1947 Chase Hotel, St. Louis, MO, “[unknown exhibition]”, February 11-17.  Shown “Still Life-The Fan, 1818”.

1952 (1)
1952 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “1892”: Sixtieth Anniversary Exhibition”, April.  Shown “Still Life (9)” not illustrated.

1954 (1)
1954 McGuire Hall Galleries, Richmond, IN, “American paintings from 1900 to 1921 on loan from the John Herron Art Museum, Indianapolis”, January 10-31.

1956 (3)
1956 Bureau of the Budget, Washington, DC, “exhibition”, September 21.  Shown “The South Strand” loaned from the National Gallery.
1956 American Federation of Arts, New York, NY, “, September, 1956 – May, 1957.  Shown “Tomatoes and Leeks, 1897”.
1956 Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX, “Turn of the Century”, July 31 – October 5.  Shown “Still Life”.

1957 (1)
1957 American Federation of Arts, New York, NY, “[exhibition]”, September, 1956 – May, 1957.  Shown “Tomatoes and Leeks, 1897”.

1958 (2)
1958 Grand Central Art Gallery, New York, NY, “Memorial Exhibition of Emil Carlsen, N. A. 1853-1932“, January 14-25.
1958 Vose Gallery, Boston, MA, “Paintings of the Sea by 20th-Century American Artists”, February 21?.

1959 (1)
1959 Martha Washington Inn, Abingdon, VA, “Small Paintings by Americans, 1850-1950 from the Fine Arts Department of IBM (32 paintings)“, August 1-15.  Shown “Brass jar with onions”.

1961 (1)
1961 Cummer Gallery of Art, Jacksonville, FL, “The American Tradition in Painting”, November 10 – December 31.  Shown “Dines Carlsen”.

1964 (3)
1964 Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY, “American Painting: Selections from the Collection of Daniel and Rita Fraad”, unknown date.  Shown “Windham Church’.
1964 Corpus Christi Centennial Museum, Corpus Christi, TX (defunct), “Twenty Small Paintings by Americans (From the collection of IBM)”, January 12-30.
1964 Nevada Art Gallery, Reno, NV, “Twenty Small Paintings by Americans (From the collection of IBM)”, December 17, 1964 – January 6, 1965.

1965 (1)
1964 Nevada Art Gallery, Reno, NV, “Twenty Small Paintings by Americans (From the collection of IBM)”, December 17, 1964 – January 6, 1965.

1966 (3)
1966 American Federation of Arts, New York, NY, “A Century of American Still Life Painting, 1813-1913“, 1966-67.
1966 Hazleton Art League, Hazelton, PA, “American Artists from 1850-1950 from the International Business Machines, Inc. (IBM) Collection“, April 11-22.
1966 Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA, “The Light of Day”, July 27 – September 17.  Shown “Still Life, c.1903”.

1967 (1)
1967 American Federation of Arts, New York, NY, “A Century of American Still Life Painting, 1813-1913“, 1966-67.
1967 Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, “Recent Acquisitions: April 20, 1966 – May 17, 1967”, May 17 – June 18.

1968 (1)
1968 Grand Central Art Gallery, New York, NY, “Paintings by Emil & Dines Carlsen“, October 22 – November 9.

1969 (2)
1969 Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA, “Art in America, 1830-1950: Paintings, Drawings, Prints, Sculpture from the Collection of the Worcester Art Museum”, January 9 – February 28.  shown “Still Life, c.1903”.
1969 IBM, New York, NY, “American Painting, 1900-1950”, July 7-25.

1970 (8)
1970 Oakland Museum, Oakland, CA, “The California Collection of William and Zelma Bowser: An Exhibition of Paintings in the Great Hall of the Oakland Museum“, May 26 – September 27.
1970 Crocker-Citizens National Bank, Los Angeles, CA, “A Century of California Painting: 1870-1970“, June 1-30.
1970 Fresno Art Center, Fresno, CA, “A Century of California Painting: 1870-1970“, July 6-26.
1970 Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA, “A Century of California Painting: 1870-1970“, August 3 – September 3.
1970 California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, CA, “A Century of California Painting: 1870-1970“, September 11 – October 8.
1970 Sassaiet Gallery, University of California, Santa Clara, CA, “A Century of California Painting: 1870-1970“, October 13 – November 5.
1970 E. B. Crocker Art Gallery, Sacramento, CA, “A Century of California Painting: 1870-1970“, November 10 – December 10
1970 Oakland Museum, Art Division, Oakland, CA, “A Century of California Painting: 1870-1970“, December 15, 1970 – January 10, 1971.

1971 (3)
1971 Oakland Museum, Art Division, Oakland, CA, “A Century of California Painting: 1870-1970“, December 15, 1970 – January 10, 1971.
1971 Kennedy Galleries, New York, NY, “American Still Lifes: 19th and 20th Centuries”, November.  Shown “Still Life with Brass Bowl and Duck (5)” (36×50), “Chrysanthemums (6), 1885” (25-3/4 x 46-3/4).
1971 Hirschl & Adler Galleries, New York, NY, “American Still Lives of the Nineteenth Century”, December 1-30.

1972 (2)
1972 M. H. De Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco, CA, “The color of mood: American tonalism 1880-1910“, January 22 – April 2.
1972 Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, AL, “American Masters 1872-1972“, February 25 – March 26.

1973 (3)
1973 Tyler Texas Museum of Art, Tyler, TX, “Emil Carlsen still lifes“, March 4-28.
1973 Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA, “American paintings, watercolors and drawings from the collection of Jo Ann and Julian Ganz, Jr.”, June 23 – July 22.  Shown Still life of three woodcocks, 1885.
1973 Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT, “Important collection of 19th-20th century American paintings“, September 1-23.
1973 Mann Galleries, Miami, FL, “American art selections“, 1973.

1974 (1)
1974 Trans-America Pyramid Lobby, San Francisco, CA, “Romantic painting by San Francisco artists before and after the turn of the century from the collection of the Oakland Museum”, May 13 – June 28.

1975 (8)
1975 Rubicon-Wortsman Rowe Galleries, San Francisco, CA, “The art of Emil Carlsen 1853-1932“, January 17 – February 28.
1975 Robert Rice Gallery, Houston, TX, “The art of Emil Carlsen 1853-1932“, April 10 – May.
1975 Coe Kerr Gallery, New York, NY, “The art of Emil Carlsen 1853-1932“, June – July.
1975 Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego, San Diego, CA, “The art of Emil Carlsen 1853-1932“, August 20 – October 10.
1975 Norton Gallery of Art, West Palm Beach, FL, “The art of Emil Carlsen 1853-1932“, November – December?.
1975 El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso, TX, “The art of Emil Carlsen 1853-1932“, March 2-30.
1975 Colby College, Waterville, ME, “American painters of the impressionist period rediscovered“, July 17 – September 28.
1975 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “A century and a half of American art”, October 10 – November 16.  Shown Dines Carlsen.

1976 (4)
1976 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “In This Academy: The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1805-1976”, April 22 – December 31.
1976 Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation, Pittsburgh, PA, “American Cornucopia: 19th Century Still Lifes and Studies”, April 5 – July 30.
1976 Asheville Art Museum, Asheville, NC, “American Paintings from the Permanent Collection of the North Carolina Museum of Art”, May 16 – June 27.
1976 Davis & Long Company, New York, NY, “American Painting”, October 6-27.

1977 (3)
1977 Hammer Galleries, New York, NY, “The Art of Emil Carlsen“, January 25 – February 19.
1977 New Visions Gallery, Marshfield, WI, “French and American Impressionists”, unknown date.  Shown “Still Life (with Creamer and Lemon), c.1908”.
1977 Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art, Altoona, PA, “Père Et Fils: The Art of Emil and Dines Carlsen”, August 20 – October 23.

1978 (2)
1978 Robert Rice Gallery, Houston, TX, “Robert Rice Gallery presents Emil Carlsen” also called “Paintings by American Impressionist Emil Carlsen 1853-1932“, ? – November.
1978 ACA Galleries, New York, NY, “American Flower Painting: 1850-1950“, April 1-22.

1979 (7)
1979 Brockton Art Museum, Brockton, MA (Now known as the Fuller Museum of Art), “Members Exhibition”, unknown date.  Shown ”Shepherdess, c. 1884″.
1979 Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH, (held at the Grand Palais, Paris), “Chardin 1699-1779”, January 29 – April 30.
1979 Paine Art Center, Oshkosh, WI, “French and American Impressionists”, unknown date.
1979 Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC, “American Paintings The Landon Collection”, September 9 – October 28.  Shown “Girl in Vegetable Shop, 1897”.
1979 Parrish Art Museum, Southhampton, NY, “William Merritt Chase in Company of Friends“, May 13 – June 24.
1979 Norton Gallery of Art, West Palm Beach, FL, “Water, Water, Water…”, August 26 – September 30.  Shown “Niagara Falls”.
1979 Beaumont Art Museum, Beaumont, TX, “American Painters of the Impressionist Period Rediscovered”, November 30 – January 13.

1980 (6)
1980 Burchfield Center, State University College at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, “Recognizing the painterly tradition in American art : 1850-1920 from a western New York collection”, March 30 – May 4.
1980 William Benton Museum of Art, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, “Connecticut and American Impressionism: A concurrent exhibition in three locations“, March 17 – May 30.
1980 Cos’ Cob Clapboard School, Hurlbutt Gallery, Greenwich Library, Greenwich, CT, “Connecticut and American Impressionism: A concurrent exhibition in three locations“, March 20 – May 31.
1980 Art Colony at Old Lyme, Lyme Historical Society, Old Lyme, CT, “Connecticut and American Impressionism: A concurrent exhibition in three locations“, March 21 – June 21.
1980 Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA, “American Impressionism: The Henry Art Gallery”, March 17 – May 30.  Shown “Connecticut Hillside, c.1920”.
1980 St. John’s Museum of Art, Wilmington, NC, “[unknown exhibition]”, December 5, 1980 – January 25, 1981.

1981 (10)
1981 St. John’s Museum of Art, Wilmington, NC, “[unknown exhibition]”, December 5, 1980 – January 25, 1981.
1981 New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, CT, “Three Centuries of Connecticut Art”, April 22 – May 31.  Shown “Godwin’s Ridge, CT, 1912”.
1981 Philbrook Art Center, Tulsa, OK, “Painters of the Humble Truth: Masterpieces of American Still Life 1801-1939”, September 27 – November 8.  Shown “Still Life, c.1903 [worcester]”.
1981 Oakland Museum, Oakland, CA, “Impressionism, the California View: Paintings 1890-1930”, September 23 – November 8.
1981 High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA, “J.J. Haverty: The Taste of a Southern Collector”, September 1, 1981 – June 25, 1982.
1981 Ashville Art Museum, Ashville, NC, “J.J. Haverty: The Taste of a Southern Collector”, September 1, 1981 – June 25, 1982.
1981 Louisiana Arts & Science Center, Baton Rouge, LA, “J.J. Haverty: The Taste of a Southern Collector”, September 1, 1981 – June 25, 1982.
1981 Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC, “J.J. Haverty: The Taste of a Southern Collector”, September 1, 1981 – June 25, 1982.
1981 Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, GA, “J.J. Haverty: The Taste of a Southern Collector”, September 1, 1981 – June 25, 1982.
1981 Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, Hollywood, FL, “J.J. Haverty: The Taste of a Southern Collector”, September 1, 1981 – June 25, 1982.

1982 (13)
1982 High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA, “J.J. Haverty: The Taste of a Southern Collector”, September 1, 1981 – June 25, 1982.
1982 Ashville Art Museum, Ashville, NC, “J.J. Haverty: The Taste of a Southern Collector”, September 1, 1981 – June 25, 1982.
1982 Louisiana Arts & Science Center, Baton Rouge, LA, “J.J. Haverty: The Taste of a Southern Collector”, September 1, 1981 – June 25, 1982.
1982 Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC, “J.J. Haverty: The Taste of a Southern Collector”, September 1, 1981 – June 25, 1982.
1982 Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, GA, “J.J. Haverty: The Taste of a Southern Collector”, September 1, 1981 – June 25, 1982.
1982 Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, Hollywood, FL, “J.J. Haverty: The Taste of a Southern Collector”, September 1, 1981 – June 25, 1982.
1982 Laguna Beach Museum of Art, Laguna Beach, CA, “Impressionism, the California view : paintings, 1890-1930”, January 15 – February 21.
1982 Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA, “Impressionism, the California view : paintings, 1890-1930”, March 28 – May 2.
1982 University Gallery, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN, “The Divided Heart: Scandinavian Immigrant Artists 1850-1950”, October 1 – November 7.
1982 Parrish Art Museum, Watermill, NY, “American Realist and Impressionist Paintings: From the Collection of Mr. & Mrs. Haig Tashjian”, April 18 – June 6.
1982 Saint Louis Art Museum, Saint Louis, MO, “Impressionism Reflected: American Art 1890-1920”, May 8 – June 27.  Shown “Still Life with Brazier, Silver Tea, and Onions, c.1918” & “Still Life-The Fan, 1818”.
1982 Tweed Museum of Art and Glensheen, University of Minnesota, Duluth, MS, “American Painting at the Tweed Museum of Art and Glensheen, the University of Minnesota, Duluth”, unknown date.  Shown “The Apple Tree (88)”.
1982 C.W. Post Art Gallery, Long Island University, Greenvale, Long Island, NY, “A Century of American Impressionism”, January 30 -February 28.

1983 (8)
1983 University of Louisville, Morris B. Belknap Gallery, Louisville, KY, “Works from the Collection (researched by Dr. Dario A Covi Art History 345 students)”, February 13.
1983 Canton Art Institute, Canton, OH, “Impressionism: An American View”, February 20 – April 3.
1983 Westmoreland County Museum of Art, Greensburg, PA, “Impressionism: An American View”, April 9 – May 22.
1983 Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH, “Impressionism: An American View”, June 5 – July 17.
1983 Heckscher Museum, Huntington, NY, “Late Nineteenth Century & Early Modernist American Art”, June 19 – July 31.  Shown “Foothills, c.1900”.
1983 Terra Museum of American Art, Evanston, IL, “Two Hundred Years of American Painting from Private Chicago Collections”, June 25 – September 2.  Shown “Still Life, Roses and Oriental Vases (also called Roses and Oriental Porcelain), c.1895 (29)”.
1983 Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA, “Loan”, #L.1983.9.4.  Shown “Chinese Statues, also called Oriental Still Life, c.1892”.
1983 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Artists By Themselves: Artists’ Portraits from the National Academy of Design”, November 3, 1983 – January 1, 1984. Shown “Portrait of Dines”.

1984 (8)
1984 National Academy of Design, New York, NY, “Artists By Themselves: Artists’ Portraits from the National Academy of Design”, November 3, 1983 – January 1, 1984. Shown “Portrait of Dines”.
1984 Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, SC, “American Realist and Impressionist Painting from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Haig Tashjian”, March 10 – April 22.
1984 Pomona and Scripps Colleges, Claremont, CA, “American Reflections: Paintings 1830-1940”, unknown date.  Shown “Niagara River and Goat’s Island”.
1984 Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, “Venice: The American View 1860-1920”, October 20, 1984 – January 20, 1985.
1984 National Portrait Gallery. Washington, DC, “Artists By Themselves: Artists’ Portraits from the National Academy of Design”, February 10 – March 25.  Shown “Portrait of Dines”.
1984 Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NY, “Artists By Themselves: Artists’ Portraits from the National Academy of Design”, May 4 – June 17.  Shown “Portrait of Dines”.
1984 Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, NE, “Artists By Themselves: Artists’ Portraits from the National Academy of Design”, July 7 – August 19. Shown “Portrait of Dines”.
1984 Ackland Art Museum, Chapel Hill, NC, “Artists By Themselves: Artists’ Portraits from the National Academy of Design”, September 1 – October 25.  Shown “Portrait of Dines”.
1984 Norton Gallery and School of Art, West Palm Beach, FL, “Artists By Themselves: Artists’ Portraits from the National Academy of Design”, November 1, 1984 – January 6, 1985. Shown “Portrait of Dines”.

1985 (5)
1985 Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, “Venice : the American view 1860-1920”, October 20, 1984 – January 20, 1985.
1985 Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA, “Artists by themselves : artists’ portraits from the National Academy of Design”, February 7 – March 15. Shown “Portrait of Dines”.
1985 Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH, “Venice : the American view 1860-1920”, February 27 – April 21.
1985 Mansfield Art Center, Mansfield, OH, “The American still life from the Peales to C. A. Meurer”, March 10 – April 7.
1985 Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT, “The still life paintings of Emil Carlsen“, March 31 – May 5.
1985 Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn, NY, “American artists abroad : the European experience in the nineteenth century”, June 2 – September 2.  Shown “Still Life, c.1903 [worcester]”.
1985 Vose Galleries, Boston, MA, “Masterworks of twenty-three leading artists of the Hudson River, impressionist and luminist schools and of the American West”, unknown.
1985 Coe Kerr Gallery, New York, NY, “American impressionism : an exhibition and sale of paintings, watercolors, pastels and drawings, November 7 to December 7, 1985“, November 7 – December 7.

1986 (4)
1986 R.H. Love Galleries, Chicago, IL, “Selections of American Art”, January 1.  Shown “Young Girl Preparing Poultry (15)” (68×31) 1883 & “The Cliff c.1910” (34×38)
1986 Akron Art Museum , Akron, OH, “The Edwin C. Shaw Collection of American Impressionist and Tonalist Painting”, April 19 – June 29. Shown “Rhages Jar, c.1911”.
1986 Ruth Westphal, Irvine CA, “Plein Air Painters of California : The North”, June.
1986 Sierra Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, NV, “Field & Stream – Fish and Game Still-Life Imagery in American Painting”, August 21 – September 14.
1986 Richard York Gallery, New York, NY, “An American Gallery: A Survey of Art From the Gallery’s Collection”, August 1-20.

1988 (6)
1988 Adams Davidson Galleries, Washington, DC, “From Soup to Nuts – A Selection of Important 19th and 20th Century American Still Life Paintings”, September – October. Shown “Still Life with Lemon and Lobster, 1883”.
1988 Mansfield Art Center Mansfield, OH, “The American Seascape”, March 6 – April 3. Shown “The Surf, 1907”.
1988 Wilkes Art Gallery, North Wilkesboro, NC, “North American Landscapes from the North Carolina Museum of Art”, March 18 – April 5.
1988 Cahoon Museum of American Art, Cotuit, MA, “American Paintings from Nature: Flower, Fruit, and Leaf”, May 4 – July 10.
1988 Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, GA, “A Traditional View: the Mr and Mrs. Fred D. Bentley Sr. Collection of American Art”, December 3, 1988 – January 22, 1989. Shown “Still Life with Poultry, 1885”.
1988 Altman Fine Arts, New York, NY, “American Impressionists“, November 2 – December 2. Shown “Rocks In The Forest, ca.1932”.

1989 (14)
1989 Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX, “The Best of Times: Intimate American Paintings from the turn of the Century”, January 14 – April 16.
1989 Coe Kerr Gallery, New York, NY, “American impressionism ii“, May 19 – June 23.
1989 Alexandria Museum of Art, Alexandria, LA, “The Best of Times: Intimate American Paintings from the turn of the Century“, May 20 –  July 30.
1989 Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI, “Sounding the Depths: 150 Years of American Seascape”, June 15 – August 27.  Shown “The Surf, 1907”.
1989 Art Center, Waco, TX, “The Best of Times: Intimate American Paintings from the turn of the Century“, August 21 – October 4.
1989 Art Museum of South Texas Corpus Christi, TX, “Sounding the Depths: 150 Years of American Seascape”, September 23 – November 26. Shown “The Surf, 1907”.
1989 Cheekwood Fine Arts Center, Nashville, TN, “An American Collection: Paintings and Sculpture from the National Academy of Design (Traveling Exhibit)”, October 7, 1989 – January 7, 1990. Shown “The Wild Swan, 1902”.
1989 Fayetteville Museum of Art, Fayetteville, NC, “Bicentennial/Bicentennial: American Paintings and Audubon Prints from the North Carolina Museum of Art”, October 29 – December 3.
1989 Thomas Colville Art, Guilford, CT, “Art of Imagination and Enduring Quality”, November 24 – December 2.  Shown “The Brass Pot (1892)” (24×20), “Midsummer Moonlight (c.1910)” (34×32).
1989 Museum of Art, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, “The Best of Times: Intimate American Paintings from the turn of the Century“, October 21, 1989 – January 14, 1990.
1989 Altman/Burke Fine Art, New York, NY, “The American Landscape: Paintings of The Hudson River School and Related Works“, November 30, 1989 – January 16, 1990.
1989 Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, GA, “A Traditional View: the Mr and Mrs. Fred D. Bentley Sr. Collection of American Art”, December 3, 1988 – January 22, 1989. Shown “Still Life with Poultry, 1885”.
1989 Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL, “At the Water’s Edge: 19th and 20th Century American Beach Scenes”, December 9, 1989 – March 4, 1990.
1989 Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando FL, “Sounding the Depths: 150 Years of American Seascape”, December 15, 1898 – February 14, 1990.  Shown “The Surf, 1907”.

1990 (4)
1990 Louisiana Arts & Science Center, Baton Rouge, LA, “The Best of Times: Intimate American Paintings from the turn of the Century“, February 2 – April 15.
1990 Amarillo Art Center, Amarillo, TX, “The Best of Times: Intimate American Paintings from the turn of the Century“, May 5 –  June 17.
1990 Abilene Fine Arts Museum, Abilene, TX, “The Best of Times: Intimate American Paintings from the turn of the Century“, August 11 – October 28.
1990 Arkell Museum at Canajoharie, The [1927- ], Canajoharie, NY, “From Homer to Hopper: American Visions in 19th and 20th Century Art”, May 6 – June 3.
1990 Altman/Burke Fine Art, New York, NY, “The American Landscape: Paintings of The Hudson River School and Related Works“, November 30, 1989 – January 16, 1990.

1991 (7)
1991 Wichita Falls Museum & Art Center, Wichita Falls, TX, “The Best of Times: Intimate American Paintings from the turn of the Century“, November 11, 1990 – January 20. 1991.
1991 Asheville Art Museum, Asheville, NC, “Nineteenth and Twentieth Century American Paintings from the North Carolina Museum of Art”, March 5 – April 28.
1991 Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, University Of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE, “American Impressionism from the Sheldon Memorial Gallery”, May 31 – July 29.
1991 Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago, IL, “An American Collection: Paintings and Sculpture from the National Academy of Design (Traveling Exhibit)”, May 18 – July 14.  Shown “The Wild Swan, 1902”.
1991 Washington University Gallery of Art, Saint Louis, MO, “An American Collection: Paintings and Sculpture from the National Academy of Design (Traveling Exhibit)”, September 6 – November 3.  Shown “The Wild Swan, 1902”.
1991-1992 The John J. McDonough Museum of Art, Youngstown State University, Youngstown, OH, “Inaugural Exhibition: Selections from the John J. McDonough Collection of American Art“, October 26, 1991 – May 1992.
1991 Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO, “An American Collection: Paintings and Sculpture from the National Academy of Design (Traveling Exhibit)”, November 1991 – January 1992. Shown “The Wild Swan, 1902”.

1992 (9)
1991-1992 The John J. McDonough Museum of Art, Youngstown State University, Youngstown, OH, “Inaugural Exhibition: Selections from the John J. McDonough Collection of American Art“, October 26, 1991 – May 1992.
1992 Wichita Falls Museum & Art Center, Wichita Falls, TX, “The Best of Times: Intimate American Paintings from the turn of the Century“, November 11, 1990 – January 20. 1991.
1992 Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO, “An American Collection: Paintings and Sculpture from the National Academy of Design (Traveling Exhibit)”, November 1991 – January 1992.  Shown “The Wild Swan, 1902”
1992 Live Oak Art Center, Columbus, TX, “The Best of Times: Intimate American Paintings from the turn of the Century“, December 13, 1991 – January 31, 1992.
1992 Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL, “Hidden Treasures: American Paintings from Florida Collections”, January 4 – February 23.
1992 Meadows Museum of Art, Centenary College of Louisiana, Shreveport, LA, “The Best of Times: Intimate American Paintings from the turn of the Century“, February  3 –  March 31.
1992 Polk Museum of Art, St, Lakeland, FL, “Connecticut art and artists”, February 1 – March 29.
1992 Davidson County Art Guild, Lexington, NC, “American Portraits and Landscapes from the North Carolina Museum of Art”, April 2-30.
1992 Longview Museum and Arts Canter, Longview, TX, “The Best of Times: Intimate American Paintings from the turn of the Century“, April 7 – July 13.
1992 Jordan-Volpe Gallery, Inc, New York, NY, “American Selections 1850-1950”, unknown dates.
1992 Akron Art Museum, Akron, OH, “Still Lifes from the Permanent Collection”, December 19 1992 – March 14, 1993. Shown “Rhages Jar, c.1911”.

1993 (5)
1993 Akron Art Museum, Akron, OH, “Still Lifes from the Permanent Collection”, December 19 1992 – March 14, 1993.  Shown “Rhages Jar, c.1911”.
1993 Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, MN, “American Masters: Selections from the Richard Lewis Hillstrom Collection”, April 23-July 3.
1993 Hollis Taggart Galleries, Inc., Washington, DC, “19th and 20th Century Paintings: Recent Acquisitions“, May 15 – June 26.
1993 Indianapolis Museum of Art at Columbus, Columbus, IN, “American Traditions: Art From the Collections of Culver Alumni”, December 12, 1993 – March 6, 1994.
1993 Thomas Colville Fine Arts, Guilford, CT, “Painterly expressions“, [unknown date].

1994 (1)
1994 Indianapolis Museum of Art at Columbus, Columbus, IN, “American Traditions: Art From the Collections of Culver Alumni”, December 12, 1993 – March 6, 1994.
1994 Owen Gallery, New York, NY, “American Impressionism“, November 1 – December 17.

1995 (3)
1995 Akron Art Museum, Akron, OH, “A Legacy of Beauty: Paintings and Prints from the Edwin C. Shaw Bequest”, June 17 – August 27.  Shown “Rhages Jar, c.1911”.
1995 Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, NJ, “Still Life Works from the Collection“, May 28 – September 30.
1995 Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, NJ, “Framing the Future: Recent Acquisitions”, September 16, 1995 – March 17, 1996.

1996 (1)
1996 Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, NJ, “Framing the Future: Recent Acquisitions”, September 16, 1995 – March 17, 1996.
1996 Fleischer Museum in Scottsdale, AZ, “East Meets West: American Impressionism”, February 9 – May 4.

1997 (4)
1997 Berry Hill Galleries, New York, NY, “American Beauty: The Rose in American Art, 1800-1920”, May 20 – July 18.
1997 Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, OH, “American Art from the Dickie Collection”, June 15 – August 31.  Shown “Moonlight on Sea, c.1910”?
1997 Heckscher Museum of Art, Huntington, NY, “A Fertile Fellowship: The Rich History of the Salmagundi Club”, June 12 – August 3.
1997 Thomas J. Walsh Art Gallery at Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT, “A Fertile Fellowship: The Rich History of the Salmagundi Club”, September 13 – November 16.

1998 (1)
1998 The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, “The Biennial Exhibitions: The First Sixty Years from 1907 to 1967”, July 17 – September 29. Shown: “The Picture from Thibet”.

1999 (5)
1999 Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH, “From Ship to Shore : Marine Paintings from the Butler Institute of American Art”, unknown dates.   Shown “The Surf, 1907”.
1999 Sunrise Museums, Charleston, WV, “From Ship to Shore : Marine Paintings from the Butler Institute of American Art”, February 7 – April 18.   Shown “The Surf, 1907”.
1999 Owen Gallery, New York, NY, “American Impressionism: An Exhibition of Paintings”, April 21 – June 16.
1999 Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Kalamazoo, MI, “From Ship to Shore : Marine Paintings from the Butler Institute of American Art”, May 9 – July 4.  Shown “The Surf, 1907”.
1999 Vance Jordan Gallery, New York, NY, “Emil Carlsen: Quiet Magic“, October 28 – December 10.
1999 Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC, “From Ship to Shore : Marine Paintings from the Butler Institute of American Art”, July 25 – December 5.  Shown “The Surf, 1907”.
1999 Owen Gallery, New York, NY, “American Impressionism: An Exhibition of Paintings”, October 20 – December 15.

2000 (7)
2000 Montgomery Museum of Fine Art, Montgomery, AL, “From Ship to Shore : Marine Paintings from the Butler Institute of American Art”, January 2 – February 27.  Shown “The Surf, 1907”.
2000 Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile, AL, “From Ship to Shore : Marine Paintings from the Butler Institute of American Art”, March 12 – May 7.  Shown “The Surf, 1907”.
2000 Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, NY, “A Connecticut Place: Weir Farm An American Painter’s Rural Retreat”, April 16 – June 4.
2000 Museum at Stony Brook, Stonybrook, NY, “From Ship to Shore : Marine Paintings from the Butler Institute of American Art”, May 28 – August 6.  Shown “The Surf, 1907”.
2000 Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT, “A Connecticut place: Weir farm, an American painter’s rural retreat”, June 17 – September 17.
2000 Mitchell Art Gallery, Annapolis, MD, “From Ship to Shore : Marine Paintings from the Butler Institute of American Art”, August 20 – October 15.  Shown “The Surf, 1907”.
2000 Muskegon Museum of Art, Muskegon, MI, “From Ship to Shore : Marine Paintings from the Butler Institute of American Art”, November 5 – December 31.  Shown “The Surf, 1907”.

2001 (4)
2001 Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, SC, “From Ship to Shore : Marine Paintings from the Butler Institute of American Art”, January 21 – March 18.  Shown “The Surf, 1907”.
2001 Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT, “Art for the great estates: the Bruce Museum’s first decade”, March 3 – May 27. shown Peonies.
2001 McKay Lodge, Oberlin, OH, “From Ship to Shore : Marine Paintings from the Butler Institute of American Art”, September 6, 2001 – May 30, 2002. Shown “The Surf, 1907”.
2001 Vance Jordan Fine Art, New York, NY, “Selections from the Libby and Bill Clark Collection”, unknown date.

2002 (2)
2002 McKay Lodge, Oberlin, OH, “From ship to shore : marine paintings from the Butler Institute of American Art”, September 6, 2001 – May 30, 2002. Shown “The Surf, 1907”.
2002 Owen Gallery, New York, NY, “American paintings“, April 20 – June 28.
2002 Spanierman Gallery, New York, NY, “Art for the New Collector: 1840-2001”, July 11 – August 30.
2002 Spanierman Gallery, LLC., New York, NY, “The spirit of America: American art from 1829 to 1970“, November 1, 2002 – February 15, 2003.

2003 (5)
2003 Spanierman Gallery, LLC., New York, NY, “The Spirit of America: American Art from 1829 to 1970“, November 1, 2002 – February 15, 2003.
2003 Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, FL, “America the beautiful: 19th & 20th century paintings from the Walter and Lucille Rubin collection”, January 22 – March 30.
2003 Mattatuck Historical Society, Waterbury, CT, “Artists of the Litchfield Hills”, June 1 – September 18.
2003 Akron Art Museum, Akron, OH, “In a Romantic Mood: American Impressionists and Their Era”, June 14 – August 24.  Shown “Rhages Jar, c.1911”.
2003 Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA, “Paths to Impressionism: French and American Landscape Painting from the Worcester Art Museum”, xxx x, 2003 – June 27, 2004. Shown “Lone Birch”.
2003 Owen Gallery, New York, NY, “Off the Northeast Coast: An Exhibition of 19th and 20th Century American Artists Who Painted Along the Shore & Off the Islands of the Northeast Coast“, October 23 – December 13.
2003 Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, Hagerstown, MD, “Artists of the Salmagundi Club from the Museum’s permanent collection”, December 20, 2003 – February 1, 2004.

2004 (6)
2004 Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, Hagerstown, MD, “Artists of the Salmagundi Club from the Museum’s permanent collection”, December 20, 2003 – February 1, 2004.
2004 Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA, “Paths to Impressionism: French and American Landscape Painting from the Worcester Art Museum”, xxx x, 2003 – June 27, 2004. Shown “Lone Birch”.
2004 Brigham Young University Museum of Art, Provo, UT, “150 Years of American Art”, August 15 1994 – July 15, 2005. Shown “Still Life with Goose, 1883”.
2004 Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, WV, “Through American Eyes: Two Centuries of American Art from the Huntington Museum of Art”, September 10 – November 7.  Shown “The Heavens Are Telling, c.1918”.
2004 Akron Art Museum, Akron, OH, “American Impressions: An Arcadian Vision: Paintings from the Akron Art Museum”, April 8 – June 6.  Shown “Rhages Jar, c.1911”.
2004 Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT, “Childe Hassam and Connecticut Impressionism”, May 29 – October 3.
2004 Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, FL, “American Impressions: An Arcadian Vision: Paintings from the Akron Art Museum”, September 17 – November 28.  Shown “Rhages Jar, c.1911”.
2004 University Art Museum, Lafayette, LA, “American Impressions: An Arcadian Vision: Paintings from the Akron Art Museum”, December 18, 2004 – February 27, 2005.  Shown “Rhages Jar, c.1911”.
2004 Allentown Art Museum, Allentown, PA, “Paths to Impressionism: French and American Landscape Painting from the Worcester Art Museum”, October 31, 2004 – February 13, 2005. Shown “Lone Birch”.
2004 The Greenwich Gallery, Greenwich, CT “Recent Acquisitions of American and European Paintings”, unknown date.

2005 (10)
2005-2007 Salmagundi Club, New York, NY, “Salmagundi Club: An American Institution”, January 25 – March 20, 2005; Huntsville Museum of Art, Huntsville, AL: April 10 – June 5, 2005; Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art, Shawnee, OK: June 26 – August 21, 2005; Bradford Brinton Memorial and Museum, Big Horn, WY: September 11 – January 1, 2006; Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, GA: January 22 – April 9, 2006; Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, WV: April 30 – June 25, 2006; Museum of Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX: July 23 – September 17, 2006; Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art, Collegeville, PA: October 1 – November 26, 2006; Muskegon Museum of Art, Muskegon, MI: December 17, 2006 – February 11, 2007; Bergstrom-Mahler Museum, Neenah, WI: March 4 – April 29, 2007.
2005 Allentown Art Museum, Allentown, PA, “Paths to Impressionism: French and American Landscape Painting from the Worcester Art Museum”, October 31, 2004 – February 13, 2005. Shown “Lone Birch”.
2005 University Art Museum, Lafayette, LA, “American Impressions: An Arcadian Vision: Paintings from the Akron Art Museum”, December 18, 2004 – February 27, 2005.   Shown “Rhages Jar, c.1911”.
2005 University of Virginia Art Museum, Charlottesville, VA, “A Jeffersonian Ideal: Selections from the Dr. and Mrs. Henry C. Landon III Collection of American Fine and Decorative Arts”, August – November.  Shown “Girl in Vegetable Shop, 1897”.
2005 Appleton Museum of Art, Ocala, FL, “American Impressions: An Arcadian Vision: Paintings from the Akron Art Museum”, March 12 – May 22.  Shown “Rhages Jar, c.1911”.
2005 Fresno Metropolitan Museum, Fresno, CA, “American Impressions: An Arcadian Vision: Paintings from the Akron Art Museum”, June 4 – September 5. Shown “Rhages Jar, c.1911”.
2005 Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY, “American Impressions: An Arcadian Vision: Paintings from the Akron Art Museum”, October 8 – December 4.  Shown “Rhages Jar, c.1911”.
2005 Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga, TN, “American Impressions: An Arcadian Vision: Paintings from the Akron Art Museum”, December 16, 2005 – March 12, 2006. Shown “Rhages Jar, c.1911”.
2005 Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga, TN, “American Impressions: An Arcadian Vision: Paintings from the Akron Art Museum”, October 8 – December 4.  Shown “Rhages Jar, c.1911”.
2005 Brigham Young University Museum of Art, Provo, UT, “150 Years of American Art”, August 15 1994 – July 15, 2005.  Shown “Still Life with Goose, 1883”.
2005 Brigham Young University Museum of Art, Provo, UT, “American Dreams: Selected Works from the Museum’s Permanent Collection of American Art, 150 Years of American Painting”, September 1, 2005 – September 1, 2010. Shown “Still Life with Goose, 1883”.

2006 (7)
2006 Taft Museum of Art, Cincinnati, OH, “American Impressions: An Arcadian Vision: Paintings from the Akron Art Museum”, December 16, 2005 – March 12, 2006.  Shown “Rhages Jar, c.1911”.
2006 Florence Griswold Museum, Old Lyme, CT, “Finding religion: American art from the Hartford Steam Boiler collection”, January 14 – May 28.
2006 Frist Center for the Visual Arts in Nashville, TN, “Paths to Impressionism: French and American Landscape Painting from the Worcester Art Museum”, February 23 – June 11. Shown “Lone Birch”.
2006 Meredith Long & Company, Houston, TX, “Still Life Exhibition”, May 4-?.  Shown “Brass Kettle with Porcelain Coffee Pot…”
2006 Parrish Museum, Watermill, NY, “Encouraging American Genius: Master Paintings from The Corcoran Gallery of Art”, June 4 – September 12.
2006 William Benton Museum of Art [1967- ], Storrs, CT, “The President and the Professor: The Founding Collections of the Benton Museum“, October 17 – December 20.
2006 Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX, “American Art from the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX”, October 27, 2006 – January 1, 2008.  “Still Life with Yellow Roses, 1865” (accession #85.160).
2006 Brigham Young University Museum of Art, Provo, UT, “American Dreams: Selected Works from the Museum’s Permanent Collection of American Art, 150 Years of American Painting”, September 1, 2005 – September 1, 2010.  Shown “Still Life with Goose, 1883”.

2007 (4)
2007 John Pence Gallery, San Francisco, CA, “American Masters”, January 18- 27.
2007 William Benton Museum of Art [1967- ], Storrs, CT, “Connecticut Landscapes from the 1920s and ’30s“, May 19 – August 5.
2007 Brigham Young University Museum of Art, Provo, UT, “American Dreams: Selected Works from the Museum’s Permanent Collection of American Art, 150 Years of American Painting”, September 1, 2005 – September 1, 2010. Shown “Still Life with Goose, 1883”.
2007 Akron Art Museum, McDowell Galleries, Akron, OH, “On view”, July 7, 2007 – today.
2007 The Muskegon Museum of Art, Muskegon, MI, “Salmagundi Club: an American institution”, December 15, 2007 – February 11, 2008.

2008 (2)
2008 The Muskegon Museum of Art, Muskegon, MI, “Salmagundi Club: an American institution”, December 15, 2007 – February 11, 2008.
2008 Godel & Co, Inc., New York, NY, “American Still-Life Painting of the Nineteenth Century“, April 14 – June 6.
2008 Brigham Young University Museum of Art, Provo, UT, “American Dreams: Selected Works from the Museum’s Permanent Collection of American Art, 150 Years of American Painting”, September 1, 2005 – September 1, 2010.   Shown “Still Life with Goose, 1883”.
2008 Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, MA, “Like Breath on Glass: Whistler, Inness, and the Art of Painting Softly”, June 22 – October 19.  Shown “Night, Old Windham, 1904”.
2008 Akron Art Museum, McDowell Galleries, Akron, OH, “On View”, July 7, 2007 – today.  Shown “Rhages Jar, c.1911”.

2009 (3)
2009 Brigham Young University Museum of Art, Provo, UT, “American Dreams: Selected Works from the Museum’s Permanent Collection of American Art, 150 Years of American Painting”, September 1, 2005 – September 1, 2010. Shown “Still Life with Goose, 1883”.
2009 Akron Art Museum, McDowell Galleries, Akron, OH, “On View”, July 7, 2007 – today. Shown “Rhages Jar, c.1911”.
2009 Florence Griswold Museum, Old Lyme, CT, “Lyme in Mind The Clement C. Moore Collection”, July 18 – October 18.
2009 Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME, “Call the Coast: Art Colonies of New England”, June 25 – October 12.
2009 Florence Griswold Museum, “Call of the Coast: Art Colonies of New England”, October 24, 2009 – January 31, 2010.

2010 (5)
2010 Florence Griswold Museum, “Call of the Coast: Art Colonies of New England”, October 24, 2009 – January 31, 2010.
2010 Akron Art Museum, McDowell Galleries, Akron, OH, “On View”, July 7, 2007 – today. Shown “Rhages Jar, c.1911”.
2010 Ulrich Museum of Art at Wichita State University, Wichita, KS, “Art of Our Time: Selections from the Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita State University”, April 24 – August 8.
2010 Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, WV, “Docents Select (in Memory of Anne Csernica)”, May 1 – August 22.  Shown “The Heavens Are Telling, c.1918”.
2010 Florence Griswold Museum, “Connecticut Treasures: Works from Private Collections”, July 2- September 19.
2010 Parrish Art Museum, Watermill, NY, “American Still Life: Treasures from The Parrish Art Museum”, October 10 – November 28.
2010-2011 San Diego Museum of Art [1926- ], San Diego, CA, “Art of the United States from the San Diego Museum of Art, The San Diego Museum of Art”, November 6, 2010 – February 9, 2011.

2011 (1)
2010-2011 San Diego Museum of Art [1926- ], San Diego, CA, “Art of the United States from the San Diego Museum of Art, The San Diego Museum of Art”, November 6, 2010 – February 9, 2011.
2011 Akron Art Museum, McDowell Galleries, Akron, OH, “On View”, July 7, 2007 – today.
2011 Hawthorne Fine Art, LLC, New York, NY, “Just off Madison (Event)“, May.

2012 (0)
2012 Akron Art Museum, McDowell Galleries, Akron, OH, “On View”, July 7, 2007 – today.  Shown “Rhages Jar, c.1911”.

2013 (2)
2013 Akron Art Museum, McDowell Galleries, Akron, OH, “On view”, July 7, 2007 – today. Shown “Rhages Jar, c.1911”.
2013 Fyre Art Museum, Seattle, WA, “36 Chambers”, January 19 – May 5.
2013 William Vareika Fine Arts, Ltd. [ca.1991- ], Newport, RI, “Three centuries of American art“, [unknown date].

2014 (4)
2014 Akron Art Museum, McDowell Galleries, Akron, OH, “On view”, July 7, 2007 – today.  Shown “Rhages Jar, c.1911”.
2014 Huntington Museum of Art, WV, “HIMG Presents The Daywood Collection”, March 15 – November 2.  Shown “The Surf, Rocks and Water (also called Surf – Rocks and Water), c.1909”, “The Heavens Are Telling (also called Moonlight and Sea), c.1918”.
2014 Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX, “Silver: An American Art—Selections from the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston”, August 30 2014 – February 15, 2015.
2014 Florence Griswold Museum, Old Lyme, CT, “The artist’s easel”, February 7 – March 16.
2014 Fyre Art Museum, Seattle, WA, “#SocialMedium”, October 4, 2014 – January 4, 2015.

2015 (0)
2015 Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX, “Silver: An American Art—Selections from the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston”, August 30 2014 – February 15, 2015.
2015 Fyre Art Museum, Seattle, WA,”#SocialMedium”, October 4, 2014 – January 4, 2015.

2016 (1)
2016 Lyman Allyn Art Museum, Lyman Allyn Art Museum, New London, CT, “A Good Summer’s Work: J. Alden Weir, Connecticut Impressionist“, August 17 – September 11.
2016 Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, “JapanAmerica: Points of Contact, 1876-1970”, August 27 – December 18.
2016 Cooley Gallery, Inc, Old Lyme, CT, “All Paintings Great and Small”, December – January 9.

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Digital-born Publication Title: Emil Carlsen Archives
Publication Subtitle: World's Largest Visual Reference Dedicated to the Preservation of the Work of Danish-American Impressionist/Realist Painter, Emil Carlsen [1848-1932]
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