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Newspaper Index

INDEX OF NEWSPAPERS
MENTIONING EMIL CARLSEN – BY TYPE, ORDERED BY DATE

NAME MENTION
– Antiques and The Arts Weekly, Newtown, CT, “Lyman Allyn Museum Presents ‘A Good Summer’s Work’”, August 17, 2016, online, not illustrated.
– Herald and Review, Decatur, IL, “Rockford College sells art to pay creditors”, September 13, 2006, page 7, not illustrated.
– The Indianapolis Star, Indianapolis, IN, “Following Trail of American Impressionism” by Steve Silk, Sunday, September 24, 1995, First Edition, Page 196, not illustrated.
– Arizona Republic, Phoenix, AZ, “Trail frames Connecticut’s Impressionists”, Sunday, September 17, 1995, page 119, not illustrated.
– Northwest Herald, Woodstock, IL, “Weir farm named historic site honors impressionist painters” by Janet L. Cappiello, Thursday, November 28, 1991, Main Edition, page 45, not illustrated.
– Del Rio News Herald, Del Rio, TX, “Weir Farm Named Historic Site, Honors American Impressionism” by Janet L. Cappiello, July 25, 1991, page 12, not illustrated.
– Reno Gazette-Journal, Reno, NV, “Fish and Game show”, Thursday, August 21, 1986, Main Edition, page 69, not illustrated.
– The Baytown Sun, Baytown, TX, “Wintermanns give American realism paintings”, September 19, 1985, Page 10, not illustrated.
– Del Rio News Herald, “Houston Museum gets 62 paintings”, September 5, 1985, Page 6, not illustrated.
– The Courier-Journal, Louisville, KY, Sunday, “U of L exhibiting a rich collection”, February 13, 1983, Metro Edition, page 108, not illustrated.
– The Bridgeport Post, Bridgeport, CT, “Colby College Gains Impressionist Works”, June 22, 1975, Page 26, not illustrated.
– Prospector, El Paso, TX, “Imminent Events”, March 18, 1975, Page 1, not illustrated.
– The Bridgeport Post, Bridgeport, CT, “American Art Goes on Exhibit at the Bruce”, September 2, 1973, Page 70, not illustrated.
– Valley News, Van Nuys, CA, “Leaguers To Stage Festival”, April 4, 1971, Page 41, not illustrated.
– Standard-Speaker, Hazleton, PA, “Art League Preview Tuesday Of Works by 20 Americans”, April 11, 1966, Early Edition, not illustrated.
– Nevada State Journal, Reno, NV, “Gallery Plans Exhibit”, December 14, 1964, Page 14, not illustrated.
– The Bridgeport Post, Bridgeport, CT, “YW Exhibits Work of Carl Schmitt”, January 20, 1963, Page 44, not illustrated.
– The Bridgeport Post, Bridgeport, CT, “Art Show Features 3-Day Antiques Fair”, September 19, 1958, Page 30, not illustrated.
– The Winona Daily News, Winona, MS, “Small Paintings Exhibit at Rochester”, July 13, 1955, Page 14, not illustrated.
– Monroe Morning World, Monroe, LA, “Southern Artists’ Works On Exhibit At Northeast Junior College September 15“, September 1, 1940, Page 8, not illustrated.
– The Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake City, UT, “Springville Art Exhibition Set March 31”, March 8, 1939, Page 17, not illustrated.
– The Palm Beach Post, West Palm Beach, FL, “Annual Flower Show Attracting Crowds; Final Exhibit Today”, Sunday, February 21, 1937, page 11, not illustrated.
– The Daily Tar Heel, Chapel Hill, NC, “F P Graham Will Dedicate New Art Hall”, January 13, 1937, Page 1, not illustrated.
– The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Brooklyn, NY, “Long Island Society”, August 9, 1936, Page 16, not illustrated.
– The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Brooklyn, NY, “J J Campbell Collection On View”, January 20, 1935, page 32, not illustrated.
– The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Brooklyn, NY, “Milles Sculpture Among B’klyn Museum’s April Shows “, April 3, 1932, Page 64, not illustrated.
– The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Brooklyn, NY, “Announcements”, January 17, 1932, Page 62, not illustrated.
– The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Brooklyn, NY, “East Hampton Guild Hall to Open Aug. 19”, August 16, 1931, Page 23, not illustrated.
– The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Brooklyn, NY, “Summer Students View Modern Art Show in Columbia”, July 26, 1931, Page 7, not illustrated.
– The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Brooklyn, NY, “Coming Events In Art World”, November 2, 1930, Page 37, not illustrated.
– The Abilene, Abilene, TX, “Loan Collection In Art Booth At WT Fair Represents Outstanding Artists Of America”, September 28, 1930, not illustrated.
– The Gaffney Ledger, Gaffney, SC, “Mrs. Fort Tells of Art Studies”, March 15, 1930, Page 3, not illustrated.
– The Christian Science Monitor, New York, NY, “The Corcoran Exhibition”, April 12, 1926, page 6, not illustrated.
– Houston Post-Dispatch, Houston, TX, “Art Exhibit at Yunt Galleries to Continue Ten Days“, Volume 40, Number 272, Edition 1, January 1, 1925, not illustrated.
– The Princeton Alumni Weekly, “The Alumni”, Volume 24, Number 8, page 171, November 21, 1923, not illustrated..

WORK MENTION
– Greenwich Time, Greenwich, CT, “Peonies by Emil Carlsen a treasure of the Bruce Museum”, September 6, 2016, online, illustrated: color.
– The Wall Street Journal, New York, NY, “In Connecticut, Discovering American Art’s First Home” by Willard Spiegelman, August 8, 2016, online, not illustrated.
– The Akron Beacon Journal, Akron, OH, “Photos, paintings talk from disparate views“, Sunday, June 18, 1995, Main Edition, page 52, not illustrated.
– The Paris News, Paris, TX, “The Best of Times Exhibit”, April 25 1991, Page 28, illustrated: b&w.
– St. Louis Post-Dispatch, St. Louis, MO, “Maine’s Hard Light and Isolation Booming Summer Haven For Artist”, August 12 1973, Sunday, Main Edition, page 49, Illustrated: b&w.
– Chicago Tribune, Chicago, IL, “A Close Up of the American Show” by Eleannor Jewett, Sunday, January 9, 1966, page 8, part 8, not illustrated.
– The Abilene Reporter, Abilene, TX, “Museum to Show Noted Americans”, March 1, 1964, not illustrated.
– The Corpus Christi Caller-Times, Corpus Christi, TX, “IBM Show at Centennial Museum”, January 12, 1964, Page 44, not illustrated.
– The Post-Crescent, Appleton, WI, “U.S. Art of Last 100 Years Shown at Paine”, June 17, 1962, Page 36, illustrated: b&w.
– The Charleston Daily Mail, Charleston, WV, “First Presbyterian Church has 5,000-Volume Library”, February 11, 1961, Page 3, not illustrated.
– Kingsport Times, Kingsport, TN, “Art Exhibition Begins Saturday At Abingdon”, July 31, 1959, Page 2, not illustrated.
– Oshkosh Daily Northwestern, Oshkosh, WI, “New Museum Paintings Are From Past Century”, October 8, 1955, Page 12, not illustrated.
– Oshkosh Daily Northwestern, Oshkosh, WI, “Paintings of Carleton Kusche Shown With One in His Memory”, May 8, 1952, not illustrated.
– The Palm Beach Post, West Palm Beach, FL, “Wide Variety Is Listed In Norton Art Collection”, March 31, 1940, Page 2, not illustrated.
– The Decatur Daily Review, Decatur, IL, “Decatur Civic Art Institute”, September 4, 1939, Page 9, not illustrated.
– The Evening Independent, Massillon, OH, “$35 Piece of Art Now Worth $2,000”, January 25, 1938, Page 3, not illustrated.
– The Decatur Daily Review, Decatur, IL, “Oil Painting Proves ‘Find’”, January 25, 1938, Page 11, not illustrated.
– Akron Beacon Journal, Akron, OH, “Questions and Answers” by Frederic J. Haskin, Friday, October 11, 1929, page 34, not illustrated.
– The Christian Science Monitor, New York, NY, “Manhattan Galleries: Their Fare” by Ralph Flint, November 26, 1928, page 9, not illustrated.
– The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Brooklyn, NY, “Art Announcements”, April 15, 1928, Page 18, not illustrated.
– The Decatur Herald, Decatur, IL, “Newhouse Art Exhibit Ends”, May 1, 1927, Sunday, page 2, illustrated: b&w.

ARTIST/WORK REVIEWED
– The New York Times, New York, NY, “A Sad Lack of Vision for a Venerable Club” by William Zimmer, July 13, 1997, illustrated.
– St. Louis Post-Dispatch, St. Louis, MO, “American Impressionism Glows In Show At Museum”, Thursday, May 6, 1982, Main Edition, page 65, illustrated: b&w.
– The Palm Beach Post, West Palm Beach, FL, “Light, Water Celebrated At Norton”, Sunday, August 26, 1979, page 115, not illustrated.
– The Times, San Mateo, CA, “Art Gallery Notes”, May 18, 1974, Page 46, not illustrated.
– The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, AZ, “IBM Collection of Works By Americans Exhibited”, Sunday, May 30, 1965, page 18-C, illustrated: b&w.
– The Christian Science Monitor, New York, NY, “untitled” by Dorothy Adlow, June 27, 1958, page 8, illustrated: b&w.
– The Christian Science Monitor, New York, NY, “Maine Painting at Vose” by Dorothy Adlow, February 21, 1958, page 7, not illustrated.
– Oshkosh Daily Northwestern, Oshkosh, WI, “Foundation For Oshkosh Makes Report”, July 26, 1952, Page 4, not illustrated.
– Oshkosh Daily Northwestern, Oshkosh, WI, “Carlsen Painting is Hung In Museum to Pay Honor to Kusche”, May 7, 1952, not illustrated.
– Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, OK, “Two Oil Paintings Given Permanent Center Collection” by Nan Sheets, January 28, 1951, not illustrated.
– The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Brooklyn, NY, “At the Art Galleries”, May 14, 1939, page 38, not illustrated.
– The Christian Science Monitor, New York, NY, “The Country of Youth” by FIG, March 30, 1939, page 7, not illustrated.
– The Palm Beach Post, West Palm Beach, FL, “All Types of Tastes In Art Are Noted in Four Arts Exhibits” March 6, 1938, page 10 & 12, not illustrated.
– The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Brooklyn, NY, “Notes on the Week in the Galleries: Industrial Laborers by Meltsner”, May 5, 1935, Page 38, not illustrated.
– Akron Beacon Journal, Akron, OH, “Art Among Aborigines” by Helen S. Waterhouse, Friday, January 20, 1928, page 33, not illustrated.
– The Christian Science Monitor, New York, NY, “Guilford To Have Exhibition of Art”, June 27, 1927, page 3, not illustrated.
– The Semi-Weekly Campus, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, “Rare Collection at Art Exhibit” by K. Harden, Wednesday, February 16, 1927, volume 12, page 2, not illustrated.
– The St. Louis Star and Times, St. Louis, MO, “20th Annual Exhibit of American Paintings Opens at City Museum”, Saturday, September 19, 1925, Main Edition, page 3, not illustrated.

ARTIST AS LEAD SUBJECT
– The New York Times, New York, NY, “Still-Life Studies Of Carlsen Shown” by Edward Alden Jewell, April 26, 1935, not illustrated.
– Detroit Free Press, Detroit, MI, “Smart Set to Assist at Colony Club Tea”, Thursday, January 5, 1933, page 12, not illustrated.
– Detroit Free Press, Detroit, MI, “Art Briefs”, Sunday, January 1, 1933, page 32, not illustrated.
– Detroit Free Press, Detroit, MI, “New Art Showing Planned by Club”, Sunday, January 1, 1933, page 19, not illustrated.

ARTIST OBITUARY
– New York Times, New York, NY, “Emil Carlsen Left Estate To His Wife”, January 31, 1932, not illustrated.
– New York Times, New York, NY, “Quietness and Slow Time: Carlsen’s Heritage Expressed Itself Tellingly In Beautiful, Accomplished Painting” by Elisabeth Luther Cary, January 10, 1932, illustrated: b&w.
– New York Times, New York, NY, “Emil Carlsen Dies; Famous Painter”, January 4, 1932, not illustrated.
– The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Brooklyn, NY, “Emil Carlsen, 78, Artist, Is Buried”, January 4, 1932, Page 3, not illustrated.
– New York Tribune, New York, NY, “Emil Carlsen, 78, Noted Painter of Still Life, Is Dead”, January 2, 1932, not illustrated.

AD MENTIONS
– Chicago Daily Tribune, Chicago, IL, “Public Auction…Lithographs (ad)”, Thursday, March 8, 1973, page 2, not illustrated.
– Chicago Tribune, Chicago, IL, “Auction (Ad)”, Sunday, January 9, 1966, page 85, not illustrated.
– Chicago Daily Tribune, Chicago, IL, “Public Auction (classified)”, Sunday, February 19, 1961, page 158, not illustrated.
– Chicago Daily Tribune, Chicago, IL, “Advanced Notice…August Bontoux (ad)”, March 29, 1953, page 53, not illustrated.
– The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Brooklyn, NY, “Ad for MacBeth Gallery for Loan Exhibition for Emil Carlsen Still Lifes”, April 28, 1935, Page 33, not illustrated.

 

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