Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, PA, “Name art jury for show here : St. Gaudens announces six judges for exhibition opening Oct. 16”, Friday, September 5, 1930, main edition, page 10, not illustrated
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Record Type: Newspaper
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Key Title: Name art jury for show here
Sub Title: St. Gaudens announces six judges for exhibition opening Oct. 16
Publisher: Pittsburgh Press
Publish Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Date of Publication: Friday, September 5, 1930
Page: main edition, page 10, not illustrated
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Carlsen, Emil, 1848-1932.
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“Name art jury for show here
St. Gaudens announces six judges for exhibition opening Oct. 16
Complete membership of the jury of award for the twenty-ninth international art exhibition of Carnegie Institute was announced today by Home St. Gaudens, director of fine arts.
The European members are Glyn Philpot of London; Karl Sterrer of Vienna, and Henri Matisse of France. American members are Emil Carlsen, Bernard Karfiel and Ross Moffett,
The art jury will meet in Pittsburgh on Sept. 23 to award the Carnegie prizes and the Albert C. Lehman prize.
The committee of selection, which will pass on paintings submitted by American artists, will meet in New York on Sept. 11 and in Pittsburgh on Sept. 22. Members of this committee are Emil Carlsen, Bernard Karfiel, Ross Moffett, Horatio Walker and Charles Burchfield.
The Carnegie international will open on Oct. 16 and close on Dec. 7.
Philpot, the English artist to serve on the international art jury, was awarded first prize at the Carnegie Institute in 1913, for his painting The Marble Worker. He was born in London in 1884. One of his paintings in the twenty-eighth international, The Three Kings, was purchased by the Baltimore Art Institute. The large decorative painting entitled, Richard Leaving for the Crusades, in the House of Parliament, is from his brush.
Sterrer will be the first Austrian to serve on an international jury. One of his paintings in the last international, Girl With Ships, was purchased for the permanent collection. His trip here for the Carnegie exhibition will be his first visit to the United States.”
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