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Emil Carlsen Gethsemane: The Garden, ca.1923

January 1, 1923
Emil Carlsen Gethsemane: The Garden, c.1923

The Garden, c.1923
Emil Carlsen [1848-1932]
Oil on canvas
43 x 37 inches

Signed: ?

Archives of American Art #: -none-

Provenance:
1931 Warren E. Cox Galleries, 744 Madison Avenue, New York, NY
1923 Macbeth Gallery, 450 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY
c.1923 Emil Carlsen, the artist

Exhibitions:
1931 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “Forty-Fourth Annual Exhibition of American Paintings and Sculpture”, October 29 – December 13.
1931 Warren E. Cox Galleries, 744 Madison Avenue, New York, NY, “Exhibition of Paintings by Emil Carlsen and Dines Carlsen”, February.
1930 Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA, ” “, x-x.
1923 Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, “Recent Paintings by Emil Carlsen, N.A.”, March 6 – March 26.

References:
– “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 12.
– Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, Exhibition Catalog, “Forty-Fourth Annual Exhibition of American Paintings and Sculpture”, October 29 – December 13, 1931, #31, not illustrated.
– Warren E. Cox Galleries, New York, NY, Exhibition Catalog, “Exhibition of Paintings by Emil Carlsen and Dines Carlsen”, February, 1931, #14, not illustrated.
– New-York Tribune, “Recent Works by Emil Carlsen, Mrs. Sears and Others“, March 11, 1923.
– American Art News, “Emil Carlsen’s Paintings“, March 10, 1923.
– Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY, Exhibition Catalog, “Recent Paintings by Emil Carlsen, N.A.”, March 6 – March 26, 1923, #5, not illustrated.

Notes:

New-York Tribune, “Recent Works by Emil Carlsen, Mrs. Sears and Others”, March 11, 1923.
“…the quiet tonality of ‘The Garden.’…”

American Art News, “Emil Carlsen’s Paintings”, March 10, 1923.
“His one religious subject, ‘The Garden,’ is at once more definite in subject and more etherial in it light effects, the nimbus circling the head of the solitary Christ being as softly brillant as the light from the stars in all pervasive over the sloping hillside, through the trees and over the valley beyond.”

– This is also a study of this painting without the figure which measures 32 x 28.
– Painted in Falls Village, CT.

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