Arts & Decoration, New York, NY, “Notes of the Studios and Galleries”, Volume 7, Number 4, February, 1917, page 212, not illustrated
ECA Record Control Number: 17814
Record Level: Reference
Record Type: Magazine
Article Type: Artist/Work Reviewed
Key Title: Notes of the Studios and Galleries
Sub Title: -none-
Publisher: Artspur Publications, Inc
Publish Location: New York, NY
Date of Publication: February, 1917
Source: Hathi Trust
Description: 55 volumes : illustrations (including plans) plates, portraits ; 29-36 cm
Number of copies: 1
…”There are the shows of members’ works at the National Arts Club…Here was, truly, a highly respectable group; here were men long ago convinced and able now to leisurely pursue their art without fear of bothersome outside influence, to paint with eyes sleepily half shut, to repeat ideas they know by heart. To repeat former success and to be acknowledged masters that is the luck of these men who we shall go to the very great trouble of naming:…Emil Carlsen….”
WORKS BY EMIL CARLSEN
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January 15, 2017