ECA control number: 23608
Record level: Listing
Record type: Timeline year
Artist time line: Emil Carlsen [1848-1932]
Subject age: 40 years old
United States—California—San Francisco
United States—California—Port Washington
United States—New York—New York
– Objecting to the management and funding methods, time commitment that teaching required at the California School of Design (San Francisco Art Association School), Carlsen resigned by about 1888.
– Carlsen takes a break from teaching in San Francisco at about October, 1888 to teach in New York City at the Gotham Art Students at 697 Broadway, New York, NY.
– Along the shore, Port Washington, CA, ca.1888.
– The boat house, 1888.
– Hanging cod and lobster, ca.1888.
– Still life with copper brass and onions, 1888.
– The golden calf, ca.1888.
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.
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Original compiled and researched document by the Emil Carlsen Archives, 266 West 21st Street, Suite 4E, New York, NY 10011.
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June 30, 2017
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