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San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco, CA, “School of Design”, September 28, 1890, Page 17

September 28, 1890


San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco, CA, "School of Design", September 28, 1890, Page 17

San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco, CA, “School of Design”, September 28, 1890, Page 17


“School of Design

…Emil Carlsen is at work on a couple of still lifes and a portrait. The latter he is executing in Sausalito, and it is the most important work he has on hand. One of the still lifes has for its subject a book, on the flyleaf of which the words ‘L’Avare, comedie en une actre’ can be read. In the right foreground is a little Japanese idol with a huge cranium, while scattered in front of the figure and across the picture is some jewelry. The whole canvas is only about 9×12, and is a humorous, pretty bit of work, with blue as the prevailing tint. A graceful glass vase, with bunches of Malaga grapes round the base, is the subject of a second still life. Mr. Carlsen has about a dozen pupils, and their work is clever.”…



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Publication Subtitle: World's Largest Visual Reference Dedicated to the Preservation of the Work of Danish-American Impressionist/Realist Painter, Emil Carlsen [1848-1932]
Library of Congress Subject Authority Heading: Carlsen, Emil, 1853-1932
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