The American Magazine of Art [Art of progress], The American Federation of the Arts, New York, NY, “Notes : Works by alumni of Chicago Art Institute”, volume 9, number 5, March, 1918, page 206-207, not illustrated
ECA Record Control Number: 21115
Record Level: Reference
Record Type: Magazine
Article Type: Name Mention
Key Title: Notes
Sub Title: Works by alumni of Chicago Art Institute
Publisher: The American magazine of art [Art and progress]
Publish Location: The American Federation of Arts, New York, NY
Date of Publication: volume 9, number 5, March, 1918
Page: 206-207, not illustrated
Source: Google Books
Description: 1 magazine clipping
Subjects: Carlsen, Emil, 1848-1932.
Number of copies: 1
…”Works by alumni of Chicago Art Institute
From January 8th to February 7th there was held at the Art Institute of Chicago an exhibition of the Institute’s Alumni Association. The catalog includes 840 exhibits, works by such well-known artists as Adam Emory Albright, Karl Anderson, George Grey Barnard, G. R. Barse, Jr., Paul Bartlett, Gerrit A. Beneker, Louis Betts, Charles Francis Browne, Karl A. Buehr, Emil Carlsen, William M. Chase, Alson Skinner Clark, Ralph Clarkson, E. Irving Couse, Arthur S. Covey, Leonard Crunelle, Arthur B. Davies, Frank Duveneck, James Earle Fraser, Frederick C. Frieseke, Oliver Dennett Grover, Jules Guerin, C. Bertram Hartman, Henry Salem Hubbell, John C. Johansen, Troy Kinney, Nellie A. Knopf, Mario Korbel, Evelyn Beatrice Longman, Carol Brooks MacNeil, Hermon A. Mac Neil, Fred Dana Marsh, M. Jean McLane, Helen Farnsworth Mears, Gari Melchers, Ralph M. Pearson, Jane Peterson, Frank C. Peyraud, Bertha S. Menzler Peyton, Albin Polasek, Henry Rankin Poore, A. Phimister Proctor, Grace Ravlin, Chauncey F. Ryder, Donna Schuster, Janet Scudder, Walter Shirlaw, Albert Sterner, Gardner Symons, Lorado Taft, Walter Ufer, Bessie Potter Vonnoh, Nellie V. Walker, Dudley Crafts Watson, William Wendt, Enid Yandell.
A list representing attainments of which the Institute may be vastly proud. The William M. R. French gold medal was awarded by vote of all former students visiting the Exhibition, to Oliver Dennett Grover, president of the Alumni Association, for the most meritorious work by a former student shown.”…
WORKS BY EMIL CARLSEN
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