Emil Carlsen : Still life of copper and brass, 1889.
ECA record control number: 7815
Archives of American Art #: -none-
Record level: Item
Record type: Movable work
Work title: Still life of copper and brass
Alternate work titles:
1891: Still life of copper and brass [from illustrated newspaper article]
Work date: 1889 [from front of canvas & newspaper article]
Work creator: Emil Carlsen [1848-1932]
Work medium: Oil on canvas
Work dimensions: ? x ? inches
Description of work:
1910 Private collection of [unknown] ;
1889 Private collection of Frederick W. Zeile [1856-1910], San Francisco, CA ;
1889 ( San Francisco Art Association [1871-1920] | California School of Design [1873-1905] | Mark Hopkins Institute of Art [1893-1906] | Palace of Fine Arts [1915-1945] | The Western Round Table on Modern Art  | San Francisco Art Institute [1911-1978] | San Francisco Museum of Art [1921-1970] ) ;
1889 Emil Carlsen [1848-1932], the artist .
1909 The Sketch Club, San Francisco, CA, “Spring exhibition”, April 10 – ?.
1901 San Francisco Art Association, Mark Hopkins Institute of Art, San Francisco, CA, “Exhibition“, x?-x?
1889 Society of American Artists, New York, NY, “Eleventh annual exhibition”, ? – ?
– Oakland Tribune, Oakland, CA, “The meddler… : the sketch club exhibition”, Saturday, April 10, 1909, page 10, not illustrated.
– The San Francisco Art Association, Mark Hopkins Institute of Art, San Francisco, CA, “Exhibition“, x?-x?, 1901, #25, not illustrated.
– San Francisco Examiner, San Francisco, CA, “Flying from philistines”, September 27, 1891, page 13, column 1-3, illustrated: b&w.
– Painting may have been destroyed in the San Francisco, CA Earthquake of 1906.
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Digital document provenance:
Original compiled and researched document by the Emil Carlsen Archives, 266 West 21st Street, Suite 4E, New York, NY 10011.
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Record birth date:
February 14, 2015
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