American Art Directory, Volume 3

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R.R. Bowker, 1900 - Art
 

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Page 42 - Arts and Crafts Essays by Members of the Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society. With preface by William Morris.
Page 41 - Queen's scholarship, Bloomsbury Art School, London; gold medal, Competitive Prize Fund Exhibition, New York; medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; medal, Atlanta, 1895; medal, Tennessee Exposition, 1897; medal Boston : medal, Charlotte, NC
Page 193 - and reservations, and the advancement of all outdoor art having to do with the designing and fitting of grounds for public and private use and enjoyment,
Page 89 - 1 to 5 PM Admission is free to members and their families at all times and free to all on Wednesday,
Page 40 - as a child. Pupil of James H. Beard in Cincinnati; Mucke and Kindler in Düsseldorf; Hebert in Paris; Wagner in Munich. Awards: Medal, Royal Academy, Munich, 1874; honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1879;
Page 95 - The objects of the League are to promote In every practicable way the beautifying of the streets, public buildings and places of Chicago, and to stimulate civic pride in the care and improvement of private property.
Page 41 - Second Hallgarten prize NAD, 1885; Webb prize, SAA, 1887; gold medal, Competition prize Fund Exhibition, New York, 1887; medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; Evans prize, AWCS, 1894; gold medal, ACP,
Page 413 - complete Without It. Each number lavishly and beautifully illustrated and accompanied by large fullsize design supplements, and exquisite facsimiles of oil and watercolor paintings. 35c. per copy, at all dealers'. Yearly,
Page 7 - 303 Fifth Ave., New York; h., 234 East 15th St. Born, Franklin, Ind. , 1849. Pupil of BF Hayes in Indianapolis, J. 0. Eaton in New York, A. Wagner and Piloty in Munich.
Page 66 - No statue, ornamental fountain, arch or gateway, monument or memorial of any kind shall be erected, nor any change made in those already erected, in any public street, avenue, square, place, park or municipal building

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