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AMERICAN

offices

The
News"
East

have
42 St.

of
been

Alice Worthington

NOTICE.

REMOVAL

the

"American
from

removed

to 569 Fifth

sor Arcade).

Ave.

Art
18-20

(Wind

ART

Ball, of Baltimore,

"For
in the old Salon,
lhas a picture
is the sevenith time
This
tunie Telling."
has been accepted
Miss Ball's work
b)y

the Salon.

Her well-known

canvas,

exhibi
is in the summer
"The Visitor,"
Art
'Museumi, and
tion of the Cincinnati
at the
to exhibit
invited
she has been

ANNUAL

NEWS.3
CARNEGIE

DISPLAY.

(Third Notice.)
the Eng
briefly
Last wveek I noticed
Anntnal
in the Sixteentlh
lish pictures
now on
Instittute Exhibition
Carnegie
until Juine 30.
at Pittsburgh,
rep
cotuntries
other European
The
in the display are France, witl
resented
witli
Germany,
showing;
32 painters
4;
with
11; Italy, with
19; Belgium,
3
,ith
and Sweden,
Scotland
Holland,
two
wvith
and
Canada
Switzerland,
each;
each
and Norway,
and Russia
each,
witlh one.

STUDIOS.
Poland Springs Exhibition this coming
to leave
P. Gruppe
Chas.
expects
summer.
She is sailing o1 June 11 and
New York in Junle, to spend part of the will
in
painting
the summer
spend
after
Ouebec,
summner in and around
North Holland.
to spenld the
it is his intention
which
autunmn at Lyme, Conn.
for the reception
The artistic decorations
Delegate Archbishop
to the new Apostolic
A.
at the Catholic Club, to be held
John Bonzano,
At his studio, 96 Fif th Ave.,
M\Ionday evening next, have been arranged
The French Pictures.
one of his by William Laurel Harris.
is painting
Dunsmore
Ward
The rooms will
subj ects, an impor
colonial
well-know-n
present an interesting' color arrangement.
The French pictures, as usual, compel at
and Papal colors will pre
Several come from the traveling
tention.
a number of fig The American
tant canvas containing
At one end of the room are two exhibition
of the Societe Nouvrelle, whose
at the dominate.
a "Reception
ures and depicting
thrones of gold on a background of yellow
last display recently closed in Boston and
IHe
in
House
1768."
Morris
(Jumel)
But
designs will have been seen and described before.
The decorative
and white.
expects to go to Virginiia durinlg the sum
the basic truths of Christianity
symbolize
there are several new canvases and these all
full
of the Catholic miierit a word of comment. Aman-Jean's
and and various meaning-s
subjects,
to paint out-of-door
mer
is a
Cardinal Farley will occupy one length portrait of Mrs. Albert Herter
studies of lhorses, which he will Church.
especially
col
of the thrones at the reception.
graceful soft and delicately
typically
use in forthcoming commissions.
ored work. Avy's full-length standing- por
is clever in arrange
trait of a fair woman
Mt.
at work
at his
is again
Gay
Edward
Befani's
in
has
feeling.
charming
the landscapist,
and
ment
Crane,
Frederick
Vernon studio. He reports a successful win
and
a
is
strong
composition,
"Kermess"
sub
hiis
usual
from
somewhat
departed
ter and intends spending the summer at his
du Theatre-Paris
"Place
Berson's
Adolphe
jects this season, and has painted at his studio at Cragsmoor, N. Y.
is truthful, strong and a superior
Winter,"
studio a iiunuber of figure
Gainsborough
are on exhi work.
Harrison
Birge
by
Paintings
show good ar
in pastel.
They
pieces
Jacques Blanche's "Portrait of the Ducl
bition at the Corcoran Gallery, Washing
ess of Rutland" and his "Salome" have been
color ton, D. C.
harmonious
and
rangement
Both are typically
seen before in America.
an exhibition
is preparing
He
schemes.
finely drawn, rich in color,
strong works,
held
to be
by Jerome Myers,
of paintings
The
for Samuel Ward
services
Memorial
his reputation.
and well emphasize
are
de Monvel
at the City Club withlin a few weeks.
of Bernard
loss on the Ti
two examples
the artist, whose
Stanton,
"Por
Boznanzka's
Mme.
characteristic.
in the Art News
recorded
tanic was
trait of Mime. de Baiko," is clever in tech
to go to his April
Smith
expects
Granville
after
held last Sunday
27, were
but stiff in pose and not pleasing in
nique,
L. I., studio some time in June, noon at the United
Belport,
Church.
Presbyterian
The example of Caputo, "Two
expression.
At his stu
to remnain until the autumn.
Friends," is clever but not important. There
of the strong, mystic
are ten examples
dio, 96 Fifth Ave., are some of his color
Lamb Memorial Window.
typically low
brush of Eugene Carriere-all
in outdoor
characteristic
ful landscapes,
St.
in
last Sunday
There was unveiled
in tone and gray in color, but full of his
qual
feeling, and having, that "painter's
Cottet
Paul's Church, Albany, N. Y. (Rev. Roelif wonderful
and feeling.
expression
A. Brooks,
rector), another memorial win
ity"
wyNhich distinguishes his work.
shows his splendid "Brittany Pardon" froin
(designed
dow, the gift of Mrs. John Walker
show, a fine bust por
the Societe Nouvelle
trait of Lucien Simon, and a well-painted,
to by Frederick Stymetz Lamb, and executed
is preparing
R. Derrick
William
is
It
New
f1i
York).
in the Lamb
Studios,
but not inspiring church interior with
ISALUTAXTION,
spend the summer at Squam Lake, Vt. erected
side
the south
on
the series
among
Cathedral
in Burgos
ures, "Ceremony
-Antonio
MAancini.
is the Spain."
illustrated
The
His recent exhibition at Bates College, of the nave.
By
subject
There is a rich half-length portrait
a later Hen
Institute
In Annual
Carnegie
Display.
Lewiston, M\se.,proved a marked success. incident in the life of St. Paul, when, in of a girl by Dagnan-Bouveret,
captain and crew ner, a typical, tapestry. marsh landscape by
x .ere .is abounuin
stucy uv cnara-fer.
ever held by the the "wail of Euroclydon"
It was the first exhibition
stood D-a-iche-z,
-wo
alike tossed .by the. tempest, St.,Paul
--old
-sthenqlIeg e
ni rescited..so calnrand uunaffected anid-gave the encourag man by Laparra,str-oi-ng-portr-ait--of-an
thte
trq?t.espf
o
tlhree examples
and
in Herman'
of Belgyium's
Ric'hir's
sentlim-ent
interest that other art exhibitions
much
that there was no cause for golden brush of Gaston La Totuclhe-all
ing messag-e
of
Strom-'s
and Halfdan
"Retrospections,"
fear.
for next season.
have been planned
out
characteristic visions of old-time court ladies Norway's
is a chiarming
"In the Park,"
the
of
robe
the
between
The contrast
illumined by "'a light door
in flowery gardens
has
Vloors
Em.il
study.
of. Belgium,
Paul,
of St.
the
One"
and
garb
"Shining
alluring, the a fine work
the most
and
in "Bubbles
of Fancy,"
a the Roman citizen, standing on the deck of that never was,"
is painting
Henry
Cotton
William
From-l Le
"Visit of the Princes Royal."
a good
in "Children
work
has
Wiilaert
delig,htful portrait of littleMiss Margaret the ship amid the darkness of the storm Sidaner come two typical canvases, the F.
Heinrich
Canal."
Ghent
in an Old
Bathineffective.
in is most
best.
It is high in key, lharmonious
Evans.
"Seine and Pont Royal"-the
a typical
cattle
sends
Ion
Zugel
piece.
the pictured scene are two panels
Above
those
H1enri Martin's fine outdoors with figoure
than
other
The Amiierican
rendition
good
color and a remarkably
pictures,
the figures of angels bearing symbols wlhich won
with
1been
has
alreauiy
prize,
third
ex
routine
at tie
seen
and noticed
already
he
After
its completion
of childhood.
St. mentioned.
and
with
which
the
strengtlh
power
of
is a typical, classical, hibitions
There
be noticed
will
season,
of the past
will go to Newrport, R. I., to spend the Paul was
on hig-h and of
to be endued
from
by MXlenard. Raffaelli's
next
of
lovely "Bucolique,"
the
exhibition
in the
last
review
the suffering-s tlhrough which he was to be sparkling vista of the "Clhamps Elvsees" week.
summer.
is a and a charmin-,
the group
Above
"made perfect."
joyous summer landscape Instiute
TOWNSEND.
at Pittsburghyascis
catevpidenced
JAMEs B.
in which is a holder by Lucien Simon.
kite or small window
an exhibition
is holding
-Marie Lorke
aotnd earl
attenane
bleay therecordnoicd
rolls emblematic of
with twelve parchment
SALES.
EXHIBIT
-CARNEGIE
mostly
paintings,
Pictures.
of some twenty-three
Other Foreign
re-z(
Hearnnonl ae
the twelve Epistles
of St. Paul.
saileos. Mr. GeoreA.s
in
mwanifested
is
interest
F.nusuial
at Marshall
at the galleries
landscapes,
11adcl
than English
other
artists,
Of
foreion
-4
h Cthe
ofa P ennsylvaiatiown,x
view exhibitiono
kin"th las
Carneg
Rodins at Museum.
Field's in Chicag,o. At these galleries
French represented. Zorn of Swedlen hteacls 4-this y ear'
The largest group of sculptures by Rodin
the list withl his strikingb loldly- painted.
there are also on view twenty-four
of Andrews Carneie.
portrait
is the collection now half-length
to bJe seen anywhere,
KENt.
by Alic
"Eeno,
woman.~~JAE
Chi
of
by
Clusmzann,
WVilliam
wvorks
Thl
at thle M\etropolitan Mzuseum which numbers Rudolf Bachler of Vienna has l ren1ai :1'
cag o.
1\a
of
g
portrait
re
standing
roup
the
This
includes
forty pieces.
fine ful' -leng,th
Tht re is o
an unusual worlk.
cently presented by M\r. Thomas F. Ryan, Kurzmany,
l-am
Emil Fuchs, whlo sailed for L_ondon tog-ethler with thlose already purchased by typical Blommers, "Thle Ploughrl-iu sinAr
"Sun set
landscape,
by
lovely
a
were
Ten
pieces
the
ily,"
chlosen
M\useum.
in
O1lTulesday hlad a successful wvinter
;4
Clapp of Mtouti-al
disc"untersut eisgmaifeste i5
25llu
D)irector Edward RVobinson and Daniel C. cadia,' by William
of
(Cuba,whlere hle painlted a nlumber of FTrench, who were commissioned to buy the good summer landscape by Emil *lus
C
One of the finest suio
will
"
BearGAexaIN.
Ali
'r
He
portraits of prominenlt people.
works with Mzr. Rlyan's gift of $25,000. Belgium. and a dramatic "'Shipx-1e'
to F-ind dniv a
It is a disappointment
spend the summllerin his London studio. They include "'Adam and Eve," two hleroic
the city Prideced
hea)rtof
Slituattediath
ic1o
1)ronze fig-ures wh]ichl were to suramount the small head bzy the clever Rvussian\
address
very
rcrclartenoportnity
tlowe
dloor of Rodin's "Porte de l'Enfer;" "The las Vechin. this year. Two d3ehiultil1 ioy
News.o
r+
Ameorica Art
Chas. Hoffbauer sailed for Paris on Thinker."
a b)ronze statuette. portrait busts ouis little landscapes by G. .\ J'jaesi:ad of Mae. L.,cre
Tuesday and will exhibit there dulrinlg of Pulvis de Chavrannes and Jules Dalou; Sweden, appeals. A clevrer, truthful ancl FORl 7SALE orad t;o
j.Ea
RENTrnhNuteysN
of ducks swimmlingc is byv
thle summier, several of his recent pic "The Old Courtesan," a small bDronze fig charming study of
or col
ben usedli bywn
painer,
formura
MXunich,? and WViilhelm)
and Franz Grassel
"The Bather,"
ure; "Thle Tempest,"
tures of N!ew York skyscrapers.
paticulastrkn addres
musicAnR. Foarkfurhe
"Portrait of MIadam X" in marbzle. Thlere Hambuchlen shlows a simple. virile view of
in clay somle of an old city on thle lower Rhline in wrinter.
are also important works
E;lizabeth Folear," New Canaan, Conn.
Genevieve Cowvles, who spent over whlichl have breen purchased by the Mzuseum
Works.
Good
Other
An
ers
Fund.
of
income
Rog
from
studies
thle
thle
tw-o years in Palestine making
study for the hlead of the statue
"B road \;Valk-Hyde
Rudolf H ellwag's
of thleLake of Galilee and native types original
of Balzac. "Triton and N\ereid" and "The Park" and "Havren in Cornwall," are strong
for her decoration, "Christ's Charge tc Cary2tid." are in thi.s nmaterial. There are works, and Franz Hens' fine stirringr marine,
annuncSTaSume ClARSs
St. Peter," for the Connecticut State nlc two cases of g-ifts from the sculptor "Departure of D utch Fishling, Boats," is of limtednumbe
of Advancedu
P4pil'si
5
Prison at YiVetherfleld, hlas been wrork himlself. mlade especially for this purpose. stronger and truer, if possibzle than- a Mes
ing this spring onl the lower East Side,
Duin JuGANe. July and Auguinst, 1912io
clear aired. finely
To Ulrich Hubner's
making studies of Jewish types. Her
OBITUARY.
from.AL
may
bewYobrake
Fulparticulas
composed harbor scene, "A Summer Day,"
decoration, which is 25 feet long, and
C. DAVENPORT.
HOMiER
an honorable mention wvas deservredly griven. Missuaredian therharet Kerfa the Arty.Stric
57thStppret,ntyodressW
dents league 21W
Arthur Kampf of Berlin shows a fine char
contains eight fig-ures,wvas recently put
C. Davenport,
the cartoonist,
Homer
es
11t Stee, Naew Yoerk.a Ar
Alexander
nd
a
a
of
clowrn,
study
acter
in place in the Prison chapel. It has died in New York Miay 2. His last work
of Austria. a clever study of a duck
KSoester
been hlighly commended for its truth~was a cartoon of the Titanic
disaster
Mancini.
nDond-recallingr Schranm1l-Zittaii.
of perception'; atmosphere and refined published
in the ATewc, York Amelrican.
the Italian. has a clevrer portrait of a man.
illustrated in thlis issue, and Rudolf Nis.sl of
color. The 'artist contemplates another His death was caused by pneumoniia,
Emil
M\unich. a grood "Rococo Interior.'
six mnonths trip to Palestine in the late which he developed on the dav the Ti
Osterman's two figure interior, is more of
summer executing another important tanic survivors landed. Mr. Davenport
an illuastration than a painlting. hult is ex
.
commission
in 1868.
Ore.,
wras born in Silverton,
ceedingly effective and a splendid lifelike
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