Chicago Daily Tribune, Chicago, IL, “Buy a picture for a gift”, Tuesday, December 18, 1917, page 6, not illustrated
ECA Record Control Number: 20770
Record Level: Reference
Record Type: Newspaper
Article Type: Name Mention
Key Title: Buy a picture for a gift
Sub Title: -none-
Publisher: Chicago Daily Tribune
Publish Location: Chicago, IL
Date of Publication: Tuesday, December 18, 1917
Page: 6, not illustrated
Source: Newspapers.com paid subscription
Description: 1 newspaper ad
Carlsen, Emil, 1848-1932.
Number of copies: 1
“Buy a picture for a gift : : : : :
Never before has it been so difficult to buy an exclusive present at a reasonable price as it is this Christmas. The price of nearly everything has doubled with the exception of works of art. For months I have carefully collected choice and rare small works to offer at holidays.
85 Small paintings by
E. A. Bell, N. A.
H. M. Kitchell
Frank DeHaven, N. A.
J. Francis Murphy, N. A.
Chas. Warren Eaton
Wm. Lathrop, N. A.
Dwight W. Tryon, N. A.
J. Alden Weir, N. A.
Glenn C. Henshaw
Frederick J. Waugh, N. A.
William M. Chase, N. A.
Childe Hassam, N. A.
Emil Carlsen, N. A.
Robert Spencer, N. A.
F. Ballard Williams, N. A.
F. S. Church, N. A.
E. Irving Couse, N. A.
Ed H. Potthast, N. A.
G. A. Aldrich
Paul Dougherty, N. A.
Prices of above pictures vary from $40 to $500.
A number of drawings by Homer Martin, N. A., and R, A, Blakelock, N. A., range in price from $20 to $60.
Monotypes and etchings in this collection range from $10 to $20.
Beautiful examples of Dragon Fly Lustre Ware and Fare Ware Pottery from $4 to $27.
Prices of these rare works have been made to include only cost and selling expenses.
Never before have picture lovers had a chance to buy at Holiday time from such a fine collection at such low prices.
A catalog stating the price of each work sent on request.
You are advised to make selections at once while the collection is complete.
Four fine pictures at buyer’s own price
Wednesday, December 19th, at 8 P. M.,
I will sell the beautiful water color,
Among the beeches, by Edgar Forkner, 17 inches high, 13 inches wide, to the one who has made the best offer for it. Forkner water colors are notable, and this is one of his best. Value $150. All bids must be made at an advance of $2 or more.
Thursday, December 20th, at 8 P. M.,
I weill sell the fine oil painting,
Silence of the Winter Woods, by Afred Jansson, 24 inches high, and 20 inches wide, to the one who has made the best offer for it. This work, just completed by Jansson, is of his best, and one of which the artist is very proud. Value, $400. All bids must be made at an advance of $5 or more.
Friday, December 21st, at 8 P. M.,
I will sell the beautiful painting,
Charms of Autumn Woodland, by J. E. Bundy, 16 inches high, 22 inches wide, to the one who has made the best offer. This is one of Bundy’s best small woodland pictures. Value, $500. All bids must be made at an advance of $5 or more.
Saturday, December 22nd, at 8 P. M.,
I will sell the exceptionally fine painting,
Song of October, by Hudson M. Kitchell, 16 inches high, 24 inches wide, to the one who has made the best offer. No landscape painter of our time knows how to employ more beautiful color than Kitchell, and he has never painted better than in this work. Value, $500. All bids must be made at an advance of $5 or more.
A record showing name and address of each bidder on any of these four pictures will be kept for inspection of all bidders. Bidders unknown to us will be required to make deposit as evidence of good faith. Bids can be made by mail, telephone, telegraph, or at the gallery at any time prior to hour of sale for each work.
Galleries open until 8 P. M. during this week.
Home of American Art
Young’s Art Galleries
66 E. Jackson Blvd.
WORKS BY EMIL CARLSEN
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