American Art Directory, Volume 20

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R.R. Bowker., 1923 - Art
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Page 62 - Museum Work," "Museum Data," "Museum News Letter." The object of the Association is to promote the welfare of Museums, to increase and diffuse knowledge of all matters relating to them, and to encourage helpful relations among Museums and those interested in them. AMERICAN
Page 159 - in charge of Museum and Art Gallery MUSEUM The collections of the Museum include examples in every department of industrial art. The decorative arts of Egypt, India, China, Japan, and Europe are well represented. Special gifts include the collection of Egyptian antiquities, hand-printed cottons of India. European textiles, carved ivories,
Page 450 - 1160 Southern Bldg., Bronx, NY : care of the American Museum of Natural History. 77th St. and Central Park, New York", NY S., C.. L.—Born Providence, RI, Nov. 18, 1883. Pupil of RI School of Design. Member: Animal PS. CLARK, Maud J., 392 West
Page 590 - Awards: Hon. mention Paris Salon, 1886; first class medal, Amsterdam, 1887; third class medal, Paris Salon, 1888; first class medal, Munich, 1888: grand prize, Paris Exp., 1889; first prize, AIC, 1891; medal of honor. Berlin, 1891; gold medal, AC. Phila.. 1892: medal of honor, Antwerp, 1894; Temple gold medal, PAFA, 1896; first class medal, Vienna, 1898;
Page 9 - of proved ability, whether student or instructor, to enable that person to pursue in any part of the world advanced studies in the history, principles, or methods of the fine arts. Awarded
Page 628 - PORTER, Bruce. 944 Chestnut St., San Francisco. Calif. Mural P., S.. W.—Born San Francisco. Feb. 23, 1865. Studied in England and France. Member: Am. PS. Award: Chevalier Legion of Honor of France. Work : Designed "Stevenson Memorial," San Francisco: stained glass and mural paintings In churches and public buildings of California. Author: "The Arts in California,
Page 628 - American Art Association: second Hallgarten prize, NAD, 1888; bronze medal. Pan.-Amer. ˇExp., Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, St. Louis Exp.. 1904; gold medal, American Art Soc., Phlla., 1906; gold medal, Buenos Aires. 1910; silver medal, P.-P. Exp., San F., 1915. Work: "Night of the Nativity." Fine Arts Academy, Buffalo: "The Shore.
Page 549 - and Gustave Moreau; studied two years in Spain. Came to US in 1897. Member: SAA 1905; ANA 1906; Lotos C. Awards: Silver medal, St. Louis Exp., 1904; third class medal, Paris Salon, 1909. Work : "William T. Evans," National Gallery. Washington. DC; "Louise" and "Arthur H. Hearn," Metropolitan Museum, New York, NY JONSON,
Page 474 - with a Macaw," Fine Arts Academy. Buffalo: "Lady in Gold." Brooklyn Institute Museum; "Lady in Gray," RI School of Design, Providence; "Lady In Yellow," "Lady In Green," and "Lady with Lute," City Art Museum, St. Louis; "Lady in Black and Rose," Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh; "A Musician," Luxembourg Museum, Paris. DE WITT. Jerome
Page 589 - Awards : Bronze medal for sculpture, St. Paul AI 1915: silver medal. P.-P. Exp., San F.. 1915; hon. mention, sculpture. AIC. 1919; special mention. Milwaukee Art Inst., 1922. Work In: State Historical collections at Des Moines, Iowa, and Madison, Wis.; Public Library, Burlington, Iowa; Springer Collection, National Museum, Washington, DC; Milwaukee Art Inst.

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