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Emil Carlsen Dines Carlsen (also called Dines Carlsen at Ten & Dines Carlsen at 14 & Portrait of Dines No. 1), 1911

January 1, 1911
Emil Carlsen Dines Carlsen (also called Dines Carlsen at Ten & Dines Carlsen at 14 & Portrait of Dines No. 1), 1911

 

Dines Carlsen (also called Dines Carlsen at Ten & Dines Carlsen at 14 & Portrait of Dines No. 1), 1911 - Original Frame

Dines Carlsen (also called Dines Carlsen at Ten & Dines Carlsen at 14 & Portrait of Dines No. 1), 1911 – Original Frame

Emil Carlsen Dines Carlsen (also called Dines Carlsen at Ten & Dines Carlsen at 14 & Portrait of Dines No. 1), 1911 - Signature

Emil Carlsen Dines Carlsen (also called Dines Carlsen at Ten & Dines Carlsen at 14 & Portrait of Dines No. 1), 1911 – Signature

Dines Carlsen (also called Dines Carlsen at Ten & Dines Carlsen at 14 & Portrait of Dines No. 1), 1911
Emil Carlsen [1848-1932]
Oil on canvas
20 x 14 inches

Signed: At lower left. ‘Emil. Carlsen.’.

Archives of American Art #: JUL J0047764

Provenance:
1977 Private Collection of Frederick R. Koch, New York, NY [purchased January 15]
c.1976 Hammer Galleries, 51 East 57th Street, New York, NY  10022
1966 Estate of Florence B.G.S. Carlsen, Falls Village, CT
1932 Luella May Carlsen, the artist’s wife
1911 Emil Carlsen, the artist

Exhibitions:
1977 Hammer Galleries, New York, NY, “The Art of Emil Carlsen”, January 25 – February 19.
1923 The Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA, “Emil Carlsen Exhibition“, June 1 – August 31, 1923.
1912 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “107th Annual Exhibition”, February 4 – March 24.

References:
– Hammer Galleries, New York, NY, Exhibition Catalog, “The Art of Emil Carlsen”, January 25 – February 19, 1977, #cover, illustrated: color.
– “Archive of Works by Emil Carlsen Compiled by Dines Carlsen”, 24 pages, hand-drawn sketches and notes probably by Dines, provided by Linda Hay, c1960, illustrated: B&W, page 5.
– Pittsburgh Daily Post, Pittsburgh, PA, “Carlsen Has Exhibition“, Sunday, July 1, 1923, Page 56, illustrated: B&W.
– The Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA, Exhibition Catalog, “Emil Carlsen Exhibition“, June 1 – August 31, 1923, #2, not illustrated.
– Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, Exhibition Catalog, “107th Annual Exhibition”, February 4 – March 24, 1912.
– Scribner’s Magazine, New York, NY, “The Field of Art: Emil Carlsen” by Eliot Clark, December, 1919, page 767-770, illustrated: B&W, page 767.  Incorrectly marked “Dines Carlsen at 14”.
– Peter A. Juley & Son Collection, Archives and Special Collections, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC, Image #JUL J0047764.

Notes:
– Invoice from Hammer Gallery wrongly identifies this painting as “Portrait of Dines at 11” (re: Mr. Koch)
– Painted in Windham, CT in 1911.

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