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American School Amsterdam Antwerp artist background Bequeathed by Miss Berlin Born at Paris brown Brussels Bust canvas Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Charles clouds collection dark decollete drapery dress Dutch School English School engraved Exposition Universelle face and figure father Flemish School France French School GALLERY 16 Genre painter George Gift girl Gold Medal gray Haarlem hair head Hearn Henrt G Henry Italy Joseph Jules lady Legion of Honor Lent life-size light London Louis Marquand Medal of Honor Member middle distance Miss Catharine Lorillard Munich Museum Officer Order of Leopold Painted to order panel Paris Salon Paul Delaroche picture portrait painter Pupil Purchased from Income right hand Rogers Fund Rome Royal Academy Rubens Salon Scene seated second class Senet shoulders Signed and dated sitting spectator stands studied third class three-quarters trees Universal Exhibition Venice Vienna Water Color William woman wood York
Page 187 - And God heard the voice of the lad ; and the angel of God called to Hagar out of heaven, and said unto her, What aileth thee, Hagar ? fear not ; for God hath heard the voice of the lad where he is. Arise, lift up the lad, and hold him in thine hand ; for I will make him a great nation.
Page 45 - Thou shalt fall upon the mountains of Israel, thou, and all thy bands, and the people that is with thee: I will give thee unto the ravenous birds of every sort, and to the beasts of the field to be devoured.
Page 147 - And it was so, when the king saw Esther the queen standing in the court, that she obtained favor in his sight: and the king held out to Esther the golden sceptre that was in his hand. So Esther drew near, and touched the top of the sceptre. Then said the king unto her : " What wilt thou, queen Esther ? and what is thy request ? it shall be even given thee to the half of the kingdom.
Page 183 - KELLOGG. — A New Monetary System : The only means of Securing the respective Rights of Labor and Property, and of Protecting the Public from Financial Revulsions. By EDWARD KELLOGG. Revised from his work on "Labor and other Capital.
Page 29 - 53, '55, '57, '59, '67. Legion of Honor, 1859. Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1874. Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists, Exposition Universelle, 1878.
Page 192 - Born in Ohio, 1836; died at New York, 1892. He devoted himself in early life to painting photographs and portraits in Cincinnati. At the age of 21 years he made a journey to New York to visit George Inness, by whom he was received most kindly. The impression made upon Wyant at this meeting was lasting, and the influence of that masterful painter may be traced in many of his most important works.
Page lvi - The town failing to make the purchase, I at once accepted these terms, and Rosa Bonheur then placed the picture at my disposal. I tendered her the 40,000 francs, and she said: ' I am much gratified at your giving me such a noble price, but I do not like to feel that I have taken advantage of your liberality. Let us see how we can combine in the matter. You will not be able to have an engraving made from so large a canvas. Suppose I paint you a small one of the same subject, of which I will make you...
Page 168 - W. SNIJDERS, Frans. Flemish School. Born at Antwerp, 1579; died there, 1657. This great animal painter was the pupil of Pieter Brueghel and Van Balen, the friend and co-worker of Rubens and Jordaens, and closely allied in friendship to Van Dyck, who painted his portraits. He executed animals in the landscapes of Rubens, and the latter painted figures in the works of Snyders. Philip V of Spain gave him large commissions. His works are in the principal European galleries and in private collections...