New York Tribune, New York, NY, “Calendar of exhibitions”, Sunday, November 23, 1919, first edition, page 43, not illustrated
ECA Record Control Number: 19934
Record Level: Reference
Record Type: Newspaper
Article Type: Name Mention
Key Title: Calendar of exhibitions
Sub Title: -none-
Publisher: New York Tribune
Publish Location: New York, NY
Date of Publication: Sunday, November 23, 1919, first edition
Page: 43, not illustrated
Source: Newspapers.com paid subscription
Description: 1 newspaper clipping
Carlsen, Emil, 1848-1932.
Number of copies: 1
“Calendar of exhibitions
Academy Art Shop, 153 West Fifty-seventh Street—Kasimir etchings and Karasz batiks.
Ainslee Galleries, 615 Fifth Avenue—Permanent exhibition of paintings by George Inness.
Anderson Galleries, Park Avenue and Fifty-ninth Street—Emmons collection of paintings.
Ackermann Galleries, 10 East Forty-sixth Street—Old English sporting prints and color drawings of American aeroplanes in France.
Babcock Galleries—Fifth annual exhibition by the Eclectics.
Bush Terminal Sales Building, 130 West Forty-second Street—Exhibition of Persian art.
Calo Galleries, 107 West Forty-sixth Street—Foreign and American paintings.
Church of the Ascension Parish House, 12 West Eleventh Street—Street scenes by Childe Hassam and relics from the chirches of Verdun.
Daniel Galleries, 2 West Forty-seventh Street—Paintings by Man Ray.
Dudensing Galleries, 45 West Forty-fourth Street—Paintings by Inness, Wyant, Blakelock and others.
Duveen Galleries—Old Chinese porcelains.
Ferargil Galleries, 607 Fifth Avenue—Paintings by Emil Carlsen and Edward Willis Redfield.
Gimpel and Wildenstein, 647 Fifth Avenue—First annual exhibition of the American Painters, Gravers and Sculptors.
Hahlo Galleries, 569 Fifth Avenue—Lithographs by Whistler.
Knoedler Galleries—Water colors and pastels.
Keppel Galleries—Etchings by Zorn.
Lantern Galleries—Paintings by contemporary artists.
Macbeth Galleries—Paintings by American artists.
Madison Galleries, 106 West Fifty-seventh Street—American paintings.
Milch Galleries, 108 West Fifty-seventh Street—Pictures by Childe Hassam.
New Galleries, 17 East Fifty-fourth Street—Mrs. St. John Alexander’s collection of antique rugs and tapestries.
Powell Galleries—Street scenes by Caroline Van H. Bean.
Ralston Galleries—Landscapes by Frank De Haven.
Schultheis Galleries, 425 Fifth Avenue—Paintings by Charles Hetherington.
Touchstone Galleries, 11 West Forty-seventh Street—Oil paintings by Julie Stohr.
Weyle Galleries—Lithographs by Odilon Redon.
Zayas Galleries, 549 Fifth Avenue—Paintings by Degas, Manet, Renoir, Courbet, Cezanne and Matisse.”
WORKS BY EMIL CARLSEN
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