Balboa Park San Diego, California : A Comprehensive Guide to the City’s Cultural and Recreational Center—Compiled and Written by the Southern California Writers’ Project of the Work Projects Administration by Association of Balboa Park Institutions, San Diego, CA, 1941, not illustrated
ECA Record Control Number: 18900
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Record Type: Book
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Key Title: Balboa Park San Diego, California
Sub Title: A Comprehensive Guide to the City’s Cultural and Recreational Center—Compiled and Written by the Southern California Writers’ Project of the Work Projects Administration
Author: Association of Balboa Park Institutions
Publisher: Association of Balboa Park Institutions
Publish Location: San Diego, CA
Date of Publication: 1941
Description: 1 brochure/map
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Library of Congress Subjects:
Carlsen, Emil, 1848-1932.
Number of copies: 1
Second doorway L of stairway
A permanent Gallery-owned collection of late and contemporary American paintings is usually on exhibition in Gallery X in the ROOM OF AMERICAN PAINTINGS, but sometimes may be found in Gallery IX.
Late American paintings include: George Inness, Cattle in Pasture; Albert P. Ryder, The Lost Whale; John H. Twachtman, Gloucester Harbor; Emil Carlsen, Thanksgiving Still-life; Winslow Homer, Woman with a Rose (water color); Robert Henri, Bernadita; and George deForest Brush, Mourning Her Brave.
American contemporaries include: Dewey Albinson, Helltown, Cloudy Day; Maurice Braun, Mountain Top; Charles Burchfield, Rainy Night; Jon Corbino, Flood Detail; Guy Pene Du Bois, Chanticler; Charles A. Fries, Vallecitos Point; Ejnar Hansen, Portrait of Ruth Miller Fracker; Clarence K. Hinkle, Dillwyn Parrish; Everett Gee Jackson, Sailor Beware; Ernest Lawson, Falls in Winter; Jonas Lie, The Red Mill; Luigi Luciani, Close Colors; Henry Varnum Poor, Hellebore, Grapes and Apples; Charles Reiffel, San Felipe Valley; Frederic Taubes, Boy in Blue, and Elliot Torrey, Vermont Roofs.”…
WORKS BY EMIL CARLSEN
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February 9, 2017
February 9, 2017