Akron Beacon Journal, Akron, OH, “Art Among Aborigines” by Helen S. Waterhouse, Friday, January 20, 1928, page 33, not illustrated
ECA Record Control Number: 15776
Record Level: Reference
Record Type: Newspaper
Article Type: Painting description
Key Title: Art Among Aborigines
Sub Title: New Mexican Indians Furnish Theme For Interesting Work At Institute—Emil Carlsen, Favorite In Akron, Is Represented In Exhibit—Attractive Landscapes Are On Display
Author: Waterhouse, Helen S. [1906-2001]
Publisher: Akron Beacon Journal
Publish Location: Akron, OH
Date of Publication: Friday, January 20, 1928
Source: Newspapers.com paid subscription
Description: Newspaper clipping reviewing the yearly art exhibition at Akron Art Institute (Akron Art Museum) in January 1928.
Akron Art Institute (Akron Art Museum)
Carlsen, Emil, 1852-1932
Couse, Eanger Irving [1866-1936]
Hassam, Childe (Frederick) [1859-1935]
National Academy of Design
Noah, Andrew Hale [1858-1931]
Old Lyme Artists
Ritschel, William [1864-1949]
Ryder, Chauncey Foster [1868-1949]
Symons, George Gardner [1863-1930]
Shaw, Edwin Coupland [1863-1941]
Waugh, Frederick Judd [1861-1940]
Williams, Frederick Ballard [1871-1956]
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…”Carlsen Is Favorite
To many, it will be enough to say of the exhibit that there is an Emil Carlsen here. For Emil Carlsen is a favorite with Akron people. Several years ago, he showed a painting at the institute of Chris walking upon the water, entitled “O, Ye of Little Faith.” Director Peat says that persons still are coming in and mentioning that picture. Both E. C. Shaw and A. H. Noah own several of Carlsen’s paintings.
Sensitive to correct values and tones, clever in his composition and patterns, Carlsen treats the landscape in the present exhibit almost as a still life. It is done in soft green tones.”…
WORKS BY EMIL CARLSEN
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