Chicago Tribune, Chicago, IL, “The art world”, Tuesday, October 26, 1886, page 10, not illustrated.
ECA record control number: 24489
Record level: Reference
Record type: Newspaper
Article type: Work mention
Key title: “The art world”
Sub title: -none-
Publisher: Chicago Tribune
Publish location: Chicago, IL
Date of publication: Tuesday, October 26, 1886
Page: 10, not illustrated.
Source: Newspapers.com paid subscription
Description: 1 newspaper clipping
Subjects: Carlsen, Emil, 1848-1932.
Number of copies: 1
“The art world.
Art exhibitions are now open in Louisville, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Milwaukee, and Minneapolis. The Louisville show contains 445 paintings, most of them American. The gallery is 205 x 52 feet. Among the Boston men represented are Appleton Brown, Carlsen, and Charles H. Davis. The ten favorite pictures, by popular vote are: Carl Marr’s Gossips, E. M. Ward’s The blessing, W. T. Richards’ Restless and illimitable sea, Emil Carlsen’s Woman plucking birds …”
WORKS BY EMIL CARLSEN
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