Press and Sun-Bulletin, Binghamton, NY, “By the way do you know” by Martha Wheatley, Friday, August 12, 1927, page 23, not illustrated
ECA Record Control Number: 19500
Record Level: Reference
Record Type: Newspaper
Article Type: Name Mention
Key Title: By the way do you know
Sub Title: -none-
Author: Martha Wheatley
Publisher: Press and Sun-Bulletin
Publish Location: Binghamton, NY
Date of Publication: Friday, August 12, 1927
Page: 23, not illustrated
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Description: 1 newspaper clipping
Carlsen, Emil, 1848-1932.
Number of copies: 1
“By the way do you know—
By Martha Wheatley
Unrelated sources announce the beginning of a moment to try the enticements of art at sea by means of exhibitions on passenger ships. The Red Star sailings between New York and Antwerp and the Grace Line connections with South American ports will be under one art management, and the Cunnard Line will make its own initial venture. Other passenger lines have the idea under consideration, The Grand Central Galleries, a cooperative, non-profit organization with artist participants, is sponsor for the Red Star and the Grace Line undertakings. A start will be made with the Red Star liner Belgenland and with the Santa Elisa and the Santa Louisa, Grace boats, whose next sailings will carry art galleries. Charles W. Hawthorne, dean of the Provincetown colony; Charles H. Davis, Connecticut landscapist; Paul Dougherty, specialist in sea scenes; Edwin H. Blashfield, mural master and ex-present of the National Academy of Design; George DeForest Brush and Emil Carlsen will be among the exhibitors.”
WORKS BY EMIL CARLSEN
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