The San Francisco Call, San Francisco, CA, “Artist Peixotto flits easily from brush to pen : ‘romantic California,’ his latest achievement in versatility, a credit to either art”, by Katharine Clark Prosser, Sunday, February 19, 1911, first edition, page 78, not illustrated.
ECA record control number: 24014
Record level: Reference
Record type: Newspaper
Article type: Name mention
Key title: Artist Peixotto flits easily from brush to pen
Sub title: ‘romantic California,’ his latest achievement in versatility, a credit to either art
Author: Katharine Clark Prosser
Publisher: The San Francisco Call
Publish location: San Francisco, CA
Date of publication: Sunday, February 19, 1911
Page: first edition, page 78, not illustrated
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Description: 1 newspaper clipping
Subjects: Carlsen, Emil, 1848-1932.
Number of copies: 1
“Artist Peixotto flits easily from brush to pen
‘romantic California,’ his latest achievement in versatility, a credit to either art
by Katharine Clark Prosser
Among the many Californians who have won their laurels both at home and abroad, the name of Ernest Clifford Peixotto stands forth with lumonous distinctiveness. Being a San Francisco man, he received his early training under Emil Carlsen of the old Art association.”
WORKS BY EMIL CARLSEN
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