New York Times, New York, NY, “News of the Art World”, Sunday, August 29, 1909, page 57, not illustrated
ECA Record Control Number: 18570
Record Level: Reference
Record Type: Newspaper
Article Type: Work Mention
Key Title: News of the art world.
Sub Title: -none-
Publisher: New York Times
Publish Location: New York, NY
Date of Publication: Sunday, August 29, 1909
Description: 1 newspaper clipping
Carlsen, Emil, 1848-1932.
Number of copies: 1
“News of the art world
The fifteenth annual art exhibition at Poland Springs, Me., is of the same general character as its predecessors. The pictures are chosen from the studios of New York and Boston painters, and many well known artists are represented by characteristic and excellent works.
Among these are the portrait study called A Profile, by Irving R. Wiles; Edmund Tarbell’s My Family at Cotuit, a charming portrait of a child by Adelaide Cole Chase; Mrs. Cox’s enchanting Belinda, Paul Doughtrey’s Crow’s Nest, Robert Reid’s Pond Lilies and Evening, Leon Dabo’s beautiful picture of The Hudson, (one of the few poetic records of that much appreciated but sadly misused stream), Colin Campbell Cooper’s Old Street, Lisleux, Louis Kronberg’s effective study of ballet girls in the manner of Degas, and the Team Party by Marion Fowers.
Emil Carlsen’s Santa Maria della Salute is loaned by the Bauer-Folsom Gallery; two examples of Williard L. Metcalf’s work are shown—Midsummer and Laurel; Ben Foster exhibits his Misty Moonrise and The Old Road; there is a well-chosen group of miniatures, and there are a few pieces of sculpture. The catalogue contains in all 173 numbers, and visitors to the exhibition may feel that they have gained from it a very fair if necessarily restricted impression of the character of the season’s exhibitions.”
WORKS BY EMIL CARLSEN
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