American Art Directory, Volume 5

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R.R. Bowker., 1905 - Art
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Page 120 - 1901. He was elected a member of the National Academy of Design in 1897, of the Society of Landscape Painters, the Salmagundi Club, and the Artists' Fund Society. A group of 109 of his paintings was sold at the American Art Galleries on Jan. 18,
Page 300 - York, N. Y ... New York, N. Y ... New York, N. Y ... New York School of Applied Design for Women, 200 West 23d Street, Manhattan. New York School of Art, 57 West 57th Street,
Page 341 - Born Waterville, NY, 1834. Pupil of James R. Brevoort in New York; Harry Thompson and Emile Vernier in Paris. Bronze medal, California MidWinter Exp., San Francisco, 1894; prize, NY Woman's AC ; Shaw Memorial Prize SAA 1905. Member NYWCC ; NY Woman's AC ; Art Workers C. Specialty, landscapes. COMINGOR, ADA MARIAN, Pressly Flat, Indianapolis, Ind. (P.)
Page 433 - Born Hartford, Conn. • Aug. 13, 1849. Pupil of C. Daubigny, Jacquesson de la Chevreuse, A. Guillemet and H. Harpignies in Paris. Bronze medal, Boston, 1882; Gold medals, American Art Assoc., New York, 1886 and 1887; third Hallgarten prize, NAD 1887; Ellsworth prize, A. I. C. 1888; Palmer prize, Chicago Interstate Exp. 1889; Webb prize,
Page 390 - HERMON ATKINS, College Point, LI, NY (S.) Born Chelsea, Mass. , Feb. 27, 1866. Pupil of Mass Normal Art School in Boston; Chapu at Julian Academy and Falguière at the Ecole des BeauxArts in Paris. Roman Rinehart scholarship, 18951899; silver medal, Atlanta Exp. 1895; silver medal, Paris Exp. 1900; gold medal, PanAmerican Exp., Buffalo, 1901; gold medal, Charleston
Page 373 - mention, New Orleans 1885; honorable mention, Paris Salon 1886; third class medal, Paris Salon 1888; silver medal, Paris Exp. 1889; Temple gold medal, PAFA 1890; grand gold medal, Crystal Palace, London, 1890; gold medal, Boston 1890; medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; gold medal, California Midwinter Exp. 1894; gold medal, Atlanta
Page 119 - a boy' he met Albert Van Beest, a Dutch marine painter, who had a studio at New Bedford, where Mr. Gifford was living, and from him learned the rudiments of his art. He moved to Boston in 1864, and two years later settled in New York. His work appeared at the National Academy of Design for the
Page 416 - St., Chelsea, London, England. (P.) Born Florence, Italy. of American parents, 1856. Pupil of CarolusDuran in Paris. Honorable mention, Paris Salon 1878; second class medal, Paris Salon 1881; medal of honor, Paris Exp. 1889; medal, ACP 1890; medal, Columbian Exp., Chicago, 1893; Temple gold medal, PAFA 1894; medal of honor, Paris Exp. 1900; gold medal,
Page 375 - St., New York, NY, and 125 Boulevard du Montparnasse, Paris, France. (P., I.) Born in the United States. Pupil of AIC ; Whistler, Collin, Laurens and BenjaminConstant in Paris. Honorable mention, Paris Salon 1901; third class medal, Paris Salon 1904; silver medal, St Louis Exp. 1904; third prize Worcester (Mass.) Museum 1905. Member Paris AAA ; SAA
Page 226 - space being devoted to the Norwich Art School, (see tabulated list of schools) and the Peck Library. The collection consists -of casts showing the development of Greek art, reproductions of Italian sculpture, French architectural ornament, medals and metal work of the Renaissance, and over 2,000 photographs. In the

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