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OFFICIAL

ILLUSTRATIONS (three hundred and thirty-six engravings)

FROM THE

ART GALLERY OF THE

WORLD’S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

EDITED BY

CHARLES

M.

KURTZ

ASSISTANT CHIEF OF THE ART DEPARTMENT world’s COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

FIRST EDITION

GEORGE

BARRIE, PHILADELPHIA

EXCLUSIVE PUBLISHER OF ALL OFFICIAL ILLUSTRATED PUBLICATIONS RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENTS OF FINE AND LIBERAL ARTS

V o

Entered according to Act of Congress,

in the

year 1893, ^7

GEORGE BARRIE, in the office of the Librarian of Congress, at

Washington, D. C.

THE LIBRARY BRIGHAM YOUNG Un.vERSITY - EROyO. UTAH

CENTRAL PAVILION OF THE ART PALACE

INTRODUCTORY many

This book, illustrating

and sculptures selected

of the most important paintings

for exhibition in the

World’s Columbian Exposition,

—an

and achievement than any other

scope,

the whole history of the

persons

—those

who

world,



is

that has

greater

in

plan,

been undertaken

in

prepared for two classes of

the Exposition

visit

Art Department of the

exposition

and those who may not

be so fortunate.

To

those

who

visit the

Exposition,

a preparation and a guide. of attention and study

It

among

it

aims to be, in some sense,

points out works especially worthy

the hundreds of masterpieces

leading artists of the various countries of the world; the sections

found Art

;

it

and

galleries

gives a complete,

Palace,

designates

where these particular works may be

numbered plan of the

galleries of the

showing the sections respectively occupied by the

different nations (so that

one may find one’s way among them with

the greatest ease) and, lastly,

whose works are is

it

by the

illustrated,

it

presents data concerning the artists

—data which, though

necessarily brief,

extremely valuable in usually affording clue to the origin of

special characteristics

shown

in the technique of their works, thus

often aiding one better to understand "and appreciate them. 7



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WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

8

After the Exposition

become only an

art has

is

and

over,

influence

magnificent display

its

and a memory, the

o£|l

illustrations

herein given will serve to freshen fading recollections and will bring I

back to the mind a measure of the splendors of the great event fori

which the year 1893

—indeed,

century

nineteenth

the

itself

promises to be especially noted.

To

those

who may not

(

visit

the Exposition, the illustrations

of the art exhibits will convey an idea of them that could be

obtained in no other manner so effective or adequate.

Being

engraved directly from photographs of the works, the illustrations

They

are absolutely accurate in detail.

Through

publication,

this

lack only size

art

and

to assist those

advantage of the great opportunity which the study.

It is

hoped

in the present, but as a souvenir

that* the

that,

and valuable

^

book may

in future,

it

all

By bringing

whether

it

art exhibit offers for

may be assumed

is

and

learn something from almost

may be

improvement of

be in the domain of

and correct

to be

afforded for study

that

to his advantage,

which he produces,

At the same

art or manufacture.

time, the general visitor to the Exposition likewise ideas,

precious

together productions of various classes

Each exhibitor may

to the

aim

^

every other exhibitor in his class which

and which may lead

the

find appreciation not only

portions of the globe opportunity

comparison.

it is

desiring to take

may be esteemed

Primarily, the object of an exposition

from

color.

as a record.

^

educational.

and

prepared with the sanction and

under the direct supervision of the Art Department, to stimulate interest in

inq)ressions that have

may

gain

been formed upon

new

insuffi-

cient or erroneous data.

The measure the

of the value of an exposition

number of important

characteristic

I

countries represented

and comprehensive nature of these

is

determined by

by

exhibits,

exhibits,

and

the their

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THE ART GALLERY, LLLUSTRATED

9

excellence in quality, according to the standards of the countries

from which they come.

These considerations were kept constantly

in

mind by

the

authorities of the Art Department of the World’s Columbian Exposition.

The Chief

Ives, after

formulating plans for the organization of the American

i

of the Art Department, Professor Halsey C.

England, Germany, Holland,

Section, visited France,

Denmark,

Sweden,

Norway,

Hungary,

Italy,

government

Russia,

Poland,

Belgium, Austro-

Austria,

and Spain, where he conferred with prominent

officials,

leading

artists,

the heads of the

great

art

museums, academies, and schools, noted collectors of art works, and others, with the

and

its

aim of creating such

interest

in

the Exposition

Art Department that characteristic and excellent exhibits

might be secured from

all

In every case

these countries.

it

was

urged that the exhibit be made from the standpoint of quality rather than quantity,

and

this

consideration found favor with the

various foreign commissioners.

As a

result of Professor Ives’s visits abroad, applications for

space in the ^ Art Department were

had been for

made by every country which

These applications,

visited.

amounts of space

far

in almost every case, called

exceeding what

it

was possible

to assign.

Indeed, from foreign governments alone, the applications for wallspace aggregated nearly 300,000 square

of the Art Gallery

35.000 square 1

is

feet for the

65.000 square

feet to

applying for space.

feet.

total wall-space

After reserving

American Section, there remained about

be distributed

And

The

feet.

about 200,000 square

this

is

among

all

the foreign countries

not a small amount;

it

is

more

than double the space that was occupied by foreign countries in the

Art Department of the Centennial Exhibition, held in Philadek phia in 1876.

The

countries that are represented officially in the Art Depart-

ment of the World’s Columbian Exposition Great Britain, Austria, Spain,

Italy,

are France,

Germany,

Belgium, Holland, Norway,

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

lO

The

Sweden, Denmark, Russia, Canada, Mexico, and Japan. largest

amount of space assigned

served for the United States

many, Great

and next

Britain, Italy, Belgium,

29,200 square

The

feet.

— one of the — 1500 square

Mexico, for,

;

any country has been

to

and Austria.

France receives

made

smallest assignment has been

few countries receiving

re-

come France, Ger-

in order

to

the space asked

all

feet.

As nearly every country’s assignment of space than the amount asked

for,

so far less

is

the result was, as might have been ex-

pected, the exercise of greater discrimination in the selection of exhibits than otherwise

might have seemed warranted, and

been really of very great advantage to the

this has

art exhibit as a

much

the standard of excellence thereby being raised

whole;

higher than

usually has obtained in international exhibitions.

Undoubtedly there

is

at this

Exposition a better general rep-

resentation of the world’s art than has been

made

at

any exposition

Excellent, in the main, as have been the French

in the past.

expositions, they have very slightly represented

German

art,

on the other hand, the German expositions have contained no French Russia,

Russian art has been seen very

art.

and the Scandinavian

artists

little

and,

little

or

outside of

have not received adequate

attention in the great expositions of the past.

English art was

largely represented at the Centennial Exhibition, but the selection

of the works shown was not

made with anything

like the degree of

discrimination exercised in the choice of works for the British Section in the World’s

The

Columbian Exposition.

selection of exhibits from the various foreign countries in

most cases was made by committees of jurisdiction of Art

the country.

Commissioner

artists,

working under the

Commissioners appointed by the government of

In France,

—a most

M. Antonin Proust was made M.

excellent appointment.

the Art

Proust,

it

will

be remembered, was the Director of the Art Department of the

French International Exposition of 1889.

He

was Minister of

— 1

THE ART GALLERY, LLLUSTRATED Arts in the Gambetta Cabinet, and

iiej

of the highest authorities on French art

r-

present.



cs

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1

;

—both of the past and

the

After having thoroughly organized the French art exhibit

which work he was most ably

in

widely recognized as one

is

e-(

1

by M. A.-Barthelemy,

assisted

M. Proust resigned, and M. Roger Ballu was then appointed Coin-

M. Ballu had been

missioner.

editor of

V Art,

was President and

had been one of the founders of the French Society of Pasted ists,

M.

etc.

work where M. Proust

Ballu took up the

laid

it

down, and

3 1

admirably carried

3

!

the

Dutch

;

artist

and

one of the most

as

Hubert Vos, the distinguished painter,

affairs as

Acting Commissioner in

committed

to the

Royal Society of Arts, which appointed a com-

Of

mittee to look after the collection of an exhibit. tee, Sir

made

this

commit-

Frederick Leighton, President of the Royal Academy, was

Herr Schnars-Alquist, noted

the head.

wisely was selected exhibit.

by

his

government

as a

marine painter,

to organize the

German

verde, the sculptor, was

mittee for Italy.

made

Signor Giulio Monte-

the president of the central com-

Later, Signor

Commissioner of Fine Arts by services the Italian art exhibit

Angelo del Nero was appointed

his

government, and to his

mainly

one of the most celebrated painters of Commissioner of Fine Arts country in

for

is

due.

communicated

was appointed

Sweden, and admirably has served All these gentlemen entered

this capacity.

to the artists,

efficient

Mr. Anders Zorn,

his country,

their respective tasks with a degree of enthusiasm that

the best

art

Professor Ernest Slingeneyer, the historical painter, was

placed in charge of Belgian art interests.

his

this

In Great Britain, the interests of the Art Section were

country. i

1

an

Mr. Mesdag supervised the formation of

exhibit, while Mr.

was placed in charge of I

as

to instal the exhibits.

enlightened art collectors in Europe, was appointed Art Commissioner for the Netherlands.

1

who came

Giudicelli,

Mr. H. W. Mesdag, famous

I

;

In this he was efficiently

completion.

to

it

by M. Henri

assisted

if

and led

work obtainable from

all

upon

soon was

to the bringing forward of

quarters.

The

care with which

— WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

12

selections

were made from the almost innumerable productions

offered

attested

is

by the exhibits

in the various foreign sections.

In this connection, mention must be

which Mr.

service

ment



as

well

as

made

of the very valuable

Tegima, of Japan, rendered

S.

Exposition

the

the remarkable Japanese exhibit.



in

organizing and

Never before

this

govern-

his

installing

time has Japan

been represented in the Art Department of an International Exposition

;

but never before has the country been given such an oppor-

Recognizing the radical differences between Japanese

tunity.

art

and that of the western world, the authorities of the Art Depart-

ment of

the

Columbian Exposition did not bind Japanese

art ex-

hibitors to the rigid classification established for other nations, but

urged that the exhibit be made thoroughly national in character exactly such an exhibit as would be formed under a classification

Mr. Tegima,

devised for an art exhibition to be held in Japan. appreciating this opportunity, embraced and has

The

made

the most of

it.

foreign artists had a powerful incentive to send their best

works to America aside from their disposition to do everything possible to

duction.

enhance the credit of

their respective countries in art pro-

During the past few years they have seen the United States

become one of

the greatest markets for art works in the world.

They have noted

the stupendous prices that have been paid by our

millionaire collectors for famous pictures in the public sales in Paris,

London, and New York, and they have observed the steady stream of art

productions of the highest excellence

— coming from

— both ancient and modern

Erance, Holland, Germany, and England.

Every

foreign artist, therefore, appreciated the value of the reputation he

might gain by an exhibit of especially noteworthy productions.

The American

artists

best possible exhibit

the works of

;

make

the

here was the great opportunity to show that

American

productions of the

likewise had an incentive to

artists

artists

could stand comparison with the

of the other nations.

With the endeavor

of securing the best possible exhibit of American

art,

the Exposi-

— THE ART GALLERY, LLLUSTRATED j

13

tion authorities, at the instance of the Chief of the Art Department,

appointed Advisory Committees

—consisting of painters,

sculptors,

architects, engravers, and the followers of other branches of art

' I

to look after the interests of this

’ I

American

'

American

artists in

art activity.

Such committees were established

York, Philadelphia, Boston,

Paris,

When

artists this

in

New

Munich, London, Rome, and

Florence, and their membership comprised

most distinguished

I

those sections of

country and Europe which were considered especial centres of

many

of the ablest and

country has produced.

the time arrived for the selection of works to be exhib-

j|

!

ited in Chicago, the various juries

Advisory Committees were* constituted

by a system involving an interchange of

amongst

service

I

the

members of

different committees, thus securing to each jury a

national rather than a strictly local character. the central, western, southern,

Artists residing in

and extreme northern portions of

the United States had the privilege of submitting their works to a

national jury in Chicago.

This jury was composed of

artists

chosen

from different sections of the country. In order to secure a retrospective exhibit of American special

committee was appointed, having representatives in

York, Philadelphia, and Boston

;

this

committee

solicited

public institutions and private owners such works as

its

art,

a

New from

members

believed best would represent the historical development of art in

America.

This exhibit

is

exceedingly interesting.

notable works by American painters

and

justly so, but

who, in

who were famous

later times, are

to the fact that general art-interest has

more modern methods, though

The

includes

It

in their day,

almost forgotten

— owing

been absorbed by work of

often of less truly artistic character.

interesting exhibit of noteworthy foreign paintings belong-

ing to American collections was formed through the kindness of

prominent picture owners, from

One

whom they

were specially

solicited.

of the most noteworthy exhibits in the Art Department

the collection of casts duplicating reproductions of

is

monumental

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

14

works shown in the Museum of Comparative Sculpture in the

These

Palace of the Trocadero, Paris.

French sculpture, but

history of

tecture as a fine art in

casts

also the

not only

illustrate the

development of archi-

France during mediaeval and

They comprise examples of

later times.

Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance,

the

Some

and some of the more modern work.

of the casts, repro-

ducing large portions of the faqades of cathedrals, churches, mon-

and other important

asteries,

size

structures are of very considerable

and of remarkable elaboration

in

detail.

A

portion of this

collection (casts to the value of over 50,000 francs) generously was

presented to the Exposition by the French Government, upon the

condition that, at the close of the Exposition, these casts should

become the property of an American Art Museum.^

The Art Gallery

one of the most beautiful of

is

The

sition structures.

architecture

is

all

the Expo-

Ionic of the most refined type,

the order being taken from the Erechtheum of the Acropolis at

The

Athens.

and courts

galleries

for the exhibition of paintings

and sculptures are of varying proportions, are lighted from above, and the structure tral,

feet,

and

with

‘‘staff,”

which

is

The

fire-proof.

and West Pavilions

East,

in depth

has,

iron, steel,

504

three great sections

—aggregate,

The main

feet.

— the Cen-

in extreme length, 1152

walls are of brick, covered

a composition of plaster-of-Paris and other ingredients,

when and

finished, the

glass,

and

all

appearance of stone. columns, staircases,

The

roof

etc., are

is

of

of iron.

There are eighty

galleries,

by 120

the exhibition of paintings, besides one hundred

feet, for

ranging in size from 30

feet

square to 36

and eight alcoves, fronting upon the courts of the Central Pavilion

—twenty-eight on the

first

floor

and eighty on the second

—giving

additional wall-space.

There are four large courts and a rotunda

in the Central Pavilion,

and a rotunda

for the exhibition of sculptures

in each of the other pavilions

and architectural works.

exterior architectural standpoint, the Art Palace justly

sidered one of the chief of the art exhibits.

From

may be

the

con-

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THREE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-SIX ENGRAVINGS /

THE ART GALLERY, JLLC/STRATEE

Ivan

TVOROZIINIKOV

(Russia)

A LAY BROTHER

:

IMAGE SELLER

7

i8

Eug.

WORLD^S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

vail

(Uiiiiecl Stalca)

MARINE

THE ART GALLERY, ILLUSTRATED

V. E.

DEMUNT- BRETON

>9

A YOUNG sailor’s TRAINING

20

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

Adolph BINET

(France)

THE LOVERS

THE ART GALLERY HLC/STRATED

P.

JOLYET

(France)

21

MIGNON

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

22

Frank

S.

HOLMAN

(United States)

MELODY

THE ART GALLERY, J/JMSTRATED

E.

DAUPHIN

(France)

the “iphigfnia”

in

the harbor of toulon

23

24

JVOJ^LD'S

Achii.le

GUERRA

COLUMli/AN EXPOSITION

(Ttalv)

THE FORTUNE-TELLER

THE ART GALLERY, ILLUSTRATED

25

26

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

Gustavo SIMONI

(Italy)

SAI.K

OK A SLAVK

27

song

simple

A

States)

(United

GAY

28

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

/T^

THE ART G ALTER V, ILLUSTRATED

dieite



fishmonger

(France)

ROZIER

Dominique

States)

(United

STEWART

L.

Jules

baptism

the

States)

(United

STEWART

L.

Jules

32

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

Rotterdam



fair

horse

the

(Holland)

EERELMAN

Otto

sunshine

November

States)

(United

NETTLETON

Walter

3*5

WORLD'S COLUMBIAX EXPOSITION

WORUI

THK

N

THE ART GALLERY, ILLUSTRATED

37

picardy

in

funeral

village

States)

(United

PEARCE

Sprague

Chas.

IVOULD’S

COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

THE ART GALLERY, LLLUSTRATED

39

evening

States)

(United

DliSSAR

P.

Louis

40

JVOJ^LD'S

COL (/MB/AN EXPOSITION

THE ART GALLERY, ILLUSTRATED

strike

on

miners

(France)

touche

La

42

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

(France)

,LOT

THE ART GALLERY,

ILL ULTRA TEE

43

47

train

(France)

BARILLOT

44

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

(France)

BONNEFOY

Henry

THE ART GALLERY, LLLUSTRATED

45

(Germany)

VELTEN

W.

46

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

boats

the

of

return

expecting

(Holland)

EER

VER\

Elchanon

THE ART GALLERY, LLLGSTRATEL}

47

(Germany)

BARTELS

von

Hans

i

48

WORLD’S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

brickyard

the

(Germany)

LEISTIKOW

Walter

49

meal

family

the

States)

(United

NOURSE

Elizabeth

5c

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXI^OSITION

BULL

NORMAN

tannhauser

of

redemption

Britain)

Great

( DICKSEE

ANK

52

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

sober

a

(Holland)

NEUHUYS

Albert

I

53

yport

at

storm

a

(France)

BERTHELON

Eugene

cotille

old

in

inn

AN

(Trance)

VUILLEFR0\

De

c; of

sisters

(Spain)

JUAN

Y

AGRASOT

56

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

miciiel

san

of

hay

(France)

NOZAL

Alexander

hassen

bent

at

mle

the

on

States)

(United

SENAT

L.

Prosper

58

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

VILLA

COUNTRY

(Sweden)

SCHUBSENHEIM

von

Ida

ficardy



shore

the

on

donkeys

(Holland)

HAAS

De

H.

62

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

serenade

thk

(Italy)

CORELLI

Augusto

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSLTLON

Edouard

TOUDOUZE

(France)

THE CRADL4

THE ART GALLERY, LLLUSTRATED

G.

PAULI

(Sweden)

midsummer’s night

65

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

66

H.

TEMPLE

(Austria)

PORTRAIT OF W. UNGER

THE ART GALLERY, ILL C/S TRA TEE

Chas. Sprague

PEARCE

(United States)

PORTRAIT

67

r
WORLD^S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

68

A.

DAWANT

(France)

THE END OF THE MASS

J.

J.

TVOROJUIKOF

(Russia)

grandmother and grand-daughter

70

WORLUS COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

Elizabeth

NOURSE

(United States)

GOOD FRIDAY

Paul SINIBALDI (France)

the daughter of the RAJAHS

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

72

M.

VILLEGAS-BRIEVA

(Spain)

REMEMBRANCES

G.

HENKES

(Holland)

A DUTCH PEASANT

74

WORLD^S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

Walter M. GAY

(United States)

MASS IN BRITTANY

THE ART GALLERY, ILLUSTRATED

Madeleine

LEMAIRE

(France)

fall of the leaves

75

WORLUS COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

76

W. H.

Y.

TITCOMB

(Great Britain)

PRIMITIVE METHODISTS AT ST. IVES,

CORNWALL

THE ART GALLERY, ILLUSTRATED

Ad.

BRUTT

(Germany)

PHRYNE

77

N

78

Ad,

WORLU S

BRUTT

(Germany)

COL UMBIAN EXPOSITIO

SAVED

79

sailor’

A loved

THAT

LASS

“THE

Britain)

{Great

KIN(r

Yeend

Mrs.

S.

MESDAG-VAN HOUTEN

(Holland)

COTTAGE

THE ART GALLERY, LLLUSTRATED

A.

BOMPIANI

(Italy)

IN

THE WOODS

8i

WORLUS COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

82

G.

GUARDA-CASSI

(Italy)

THE mayor’s wedding

THE ART GALLERY, ILLUSTRATED

Alf.

AGACHE

(France)

THE ANNUNCIATION

83

WORLD^S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

84

A.

GUERRA

(Italy)

CIOCARA WITH FLOWERS

THE ART GALLERY, LLLUSTRATED

Chas.

GRAFLY

(United States)

85

D-«DALUS

WORLUS COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

86

J.

B.

KNIGHT

(Great Britain)

hadley church, near barnet

THE ART GALLERY, ILLUSTRATED

Edward

A.

BELL

(United States)

PORTRAIT IN GRAY

87

clam-digger

uuxbury

south

States)

(United

ENNEKING

J. John



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COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

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THE FIELDS

244

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THE DIVINE SHEPHERDESS

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246

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248

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MAIGNAN

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BIRTH OF TH£ PEARL

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FISHMARKET IN AMSTERDAM

251

G. L.

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A CUSTODIAN

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ILL C/S TRA TEL?

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SACRIFICE

254

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MAIGNAN

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THE CHAMBER OF THE SIREN

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CONTEMn.ATION

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CLAUSEN

j.

THE ART GALLERY, LLLUSTRATED

319

rest

mid-day

A

Britain)

(Great

FISHER

H.

/

320

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

Fred.

P.

VINTON

(United States)

PORTRAIT

THE ART GARTER V, ILLUSTRATED

Anton

LAUPHEIMER

(Germany)

321

ST.

LUKE

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

G. F.

WATTS

(Great Britain)

LOVE AND LIFE

THE ART GALLERY, LLLUSTRATED

Edmund

C.

TARBELL

(United States)

323

GIRL WITH HORSE

324

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

J.

Carroll

BECKWITH

(United States)

M. ISAACSON

THE ART GALLERY, ILLUSTRATED

Walter CRANE

(Great Britain)

FREEDOM

325

326

Julia

WORLUS COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

DILLON

(United States)

PEONIES

THE ART GALLERY, LLLUSTRATED

W. ROELOFS

(Holland)

pasture near the dunes

327

328

Nicholas

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSLTLON

SAGORSKI

(Russia)

HEART-BROKEN BY GRIEF

THE ART GALLERY, LLLUSTRATEB

Fred. W.

FREER

(United States)

A LADY

IN BLACK

329

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

330

I.

M.

GAUGENGIGL

(United States)

THE HAT

THE ART GALLERY,

And.

I.,

ZORN

(Sweden)

LLL ULTRA TEL)

IN

331

THE OMNIBUS

332

J.

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

DE VRIENDT

(Belgium)

A POTTERY SHOP, CAIRO

to

THE ART GALLERY, ILLUSTRATED

P.

FRANCES Y PASCUAL

(Spain)

father’s advice

333

334

L.

WORLD^S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

TYTGADT

(Belgium)

A LESSON

IN

EMBROIDERY

THE ART GALLERY, LLLUSTRATED

R.

Gordon

HARDIE

(United States)

PORTRAIT OF MRS. HARDIE

335

33 ^

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

?”

flower

a me

give

you

will



(Holland)

VALKENBURG

.

THE ART GALLERY, ILLUSTRATED

337

Bruges

canal,

old

the

(Belgium)

STROOBANT

338

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

orchard

the

IN

Slates)

(United

^RBELL

Eumund

Seville

at

procession

week

holy

(Belgium)

KEYSER

DE

340

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

independence

of

war

THE

IN

EPISODE

(Spain)

ALVAREZ-DUMONT

THE ART GALLERY,

LLL ULTRA TED

341

Rotterdam

near

mills

(Holland)

ROELOFS

.

342

WOJ^LD'S

COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

THE ART GALLERY, ILLUSTRATED

343

martyrs

watering-place

the

(Belgium)

VERHAS

Jan

344

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

Antwerp

at

embarking

emigrants

(Belgium)

FARASYN

E.

THE ART GALLERY, LLLUSTRATED

345

346

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

gatherers

mushroom

(Russia)

GOLYNSIvI

Vassilli

I

THE ART GALLERY, LLLUSTRATED

347

flagellants

THE

States)

(United

MARR

Carl

348

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

Nuremberg

AT

MARKET

tates)

S (Unitcd

TIFFANY-

London

to

walks

twist

Oliver

Britain)

(Great

SANl

James

35 °

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

THE ART GALLERY,

ILLL/STRA TEL>

351

makers

lace

(Belgium)

SNICK

VAN

J.

352

Miss

WORLUS COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

Laura

ALMA-TADEMA

(Great Britain)

BATTLEDORE AND SHUTTLECOCK



INDEX OF THE ILLUSTRATIONS ADAN,

Louis Emile

— (iTrauce) —75

rue de Courcelles.

Born at Paris. Pupil of Picot and Cabanel. Medals, Paris; 3d-class, 1875; 2d-class, 1882; Gold Medal, 1889 (Exposition-Universelle). Legion of Honor, 1892.

Return of the Grape-Pickers

AG AC HE,

Alfred-Pierre

I^age 279

— (iTraucc) — 14

Born at Lille. Pupil of Colas and Pluchard. ciety of French Artists.

rue

Weber, Paris.

Medal, 3d-class,

1885.

Member

Vanity The Annunciation

AGRASOT Y JUAN, Born

at

cisco Martinez.

Medals

:

Page 171 ‘‘

Joaquin

Orihuela (Alicante).

(Spain)



4,

Calk

Orfila,

83

Madrid.

Pupil of the School of Fine Arts of Valencia and of D. Fran-

Barcelona, 1864 and 1866

;

Centennial Exhibition, Philadelphia, 1876.

Sisters of Charity

ALMA-TADEMA,

of the So-

Page 55

Miss

Laura



((I^reat

Britain)

— 17

Grove

E?id Road, London. Born

in

England.

Pupil of her father, L.

Alma-Tadema.

Silver Medal, Exposition-

Universelle, Paris, 1889.

Battledore and Shuttlecock

Page 352 “ 232

Fireside Fancies

ALVAREZ-DUMONT",

Cesar

— (Spain) —27 Calk Goya, Madfdd.

Born in Villa Real, St. Antonio Algarbe, Portugal. 1884 and 1887; 2d-class, 1890.

Episode in the

APOL, Born

Louis in



Holland.

War

(i^ollan^J)

Medals, National Exhibition

of Independence



Velp,

Page 340

near Arnhem, Holland.

APOLLONI, Adolpho — (Stain) — Via America

3d-class,

Bronze Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889.

Autumn Beatrice

;

Page 34 Margufta, Rome.

Page 136 “ 226 353

— ———— —



;

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

354

ARTZ, David Adolf Born

at

(i)oUantl)

—died i8go.

Pupil of Mollinger and of Josef Israels. Vice-President of the

Jury, Exposition-Universelle,

International

Member

Constant

The Hague, Holland.

Paris,

Legion of Honor, France, 1889.

1889.

of the French Societe Nationale des Beaux-Arts.

Fall

in

the Fields

Page 243

AUBLET, Albert — (iTraucc) —yj Boulevard Bincau, Neuilly, Seine. Born

Pupil of J. L. Geroine. Medals, Paris: 3d-class, 1880; Gold Medal, 1889 Legion of Honor, 1890.

at Paris.

(Exposition-Universelle).

Old

Treport

Sailors,

Page 306

BAKHUYZEN VAN DE SAND,

Julius

Jacobus— (i^oUanii)—

142 Nieuwe Haven, The Hague. Born

The Hague.

at

E.xhibition), 1876,

Pupil of his father. Medals: Vienna, Philadelphia (Centennial Amsterdam, The Hague and Paris; Silver Medal, Exposition-Universelle,

Paris, 1889.

Driving

Home the Cattle

BARILLOT, Leon — (irruncc)

Page 304 16 rue de la Tour d' Auvergne,

Paris. Born

Montigny-les-Metz, Lorraine.

at

2d-class, 1884;

Pupil of Bonnat.

Gold Medal (Exposition-Universelle),

The Valley

Medals, Paris

3d-class, 1880

:

1889.

of the Seulles

Page 42 “ 43

Train 47

BARd'ELS, Hans von Born

at

Munich.

(0crmaUD)

Medal, Paris, 3d-class,

— Munich.

1889.

Surf

Page 47

BARTHOLOME— (f'rance). Passing the Ring

BARTLETT, W.

An

C. LondoJi.

W.

Page 28

— (0rcrtt

Sritaiu)

ii

Holhmd Park Road,

Incident in the Life of the Dauphin

BARUCCI, Lake

in

BASTERT,

Pietro

— (iFtalw)



.

.

Page 233

Rome.

the Apennines Nicholas

.

(l^ollcinb)

Page 91

452 Parkstraat, Amsterda^n.

Bronze Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889.

The White

BATTAGLIA,

Page 97

Sail

Alessandro

The Gleaners

(Stalg)

—5

'via

Margutta, Ro7ne.

Page 100

— — INDEX OF THE ILLUSTRATIONS BAUMBACH, Max— ((J^ermaug)—

Liltzow-stmsse, Berlin.

Dancing Figures

BECKWI Born

1

H,

Page 172

Carroll York.

J.

New

street,

Hannibal, Missouri.

at

Beaux-Arts, Paris, of Adolphe



StilUs )

—^8

West Fifty-seventh

Pupil of the Art Students’ League, New York, I’Ecole des of Carolus- Uuran, Paris. Honorable Mention, Paris,

Yvon and

1887; Bronze Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889. Artists

Member

and Associate Member of the National Academy of Design,

of the Society of

New

Page 324

BELL, Edward A.— (i3:nitc 5 States)— 752 West

Fifty-fifth street,

York.

New

Born at

York.

Academy of Design, New York, and of the Bronze Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889.

Pupil of the National

Bavarian Royal Academy, Munich.

Portrait of a Lady in Gray

BERMUDO-MATEOS,

Jose

Madrid. Born

at

Huertas de Animas (Caceres).

Page 87

— (Spain — g )

Calk

Peninsular,

Pupil of the School of Painting, Madrid.

Under the Awning

BERTHELON,

Eugene

Page 290

— (iTrance) —7 rue Alfred Stevens, Paris.

Pupil of E. Lavieille and of Berne-Bellecoeur. 1889

;

Silver

A

Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris,

Medals, Paris: sd-class, 1886; cd-class, 1889.

Storm at Yport

BINET, Adolph Born

at

American

York.

Mr. Isaacson

New

355

La

Page 53

— (iTrancc)

6y Avenue de Breteuil, Paris.

Riviere-St.-Sauveur (Calvades).

Medals, Paris

:

3d-class, 1885

;

Silver

Medal,

Exposition-Universelle, 1889.

The Lovers

Page 20

BISBING, Henry

S.

(United States)

— 23

rue des Martyrs,

Paris. Born

at Philadelphia,

Pa.

Pupil of F. dc Vuillefroy.

3d-class Medal, Paris, 1891.

On the

River Bank Afternoon in the Meadows

BJORCK, Born

Oscar

— (Sioe&en —18 Ham?igatan,

at Stockholm.

Paris, 1888

;

Silver

)

Page 144 “ 137 Stockholm.

Pupil of the School of Fine Arts, Stockholm.

Honorable Mention,

Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889.

Interior of a Cow-stable

Page io6

— —— —

— ——



(

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

356

BLOMMERS,

Bernardus Johannes

(i^oUattb)

—17 van Sfolkweg,

Scheveningen. Bronze Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889.

At Breakfast

Page 265 “ 280

.

Shrimping at Scheveningen

Washing-day

94

BOCKELMANN,

Christian

Ludwig

— (©ermaitg) — 2

Marien-

strasse, Dilsseldorf. Born of

W.

Bremen. Medal, Vienna, 1873.

A

Pupil of his father, of the

at St. Jurgen, near

Sohn.

Academy

Dusseldorf and

at

Village Fire

BOKS,

Evert Jan

Page 238

(i^oUautJ)

—pj Provinciestraat^ Zuid, Antwerp.

Honorable Mention, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889.

Page 88

Surprised

BOMPARD,

Maurice

(iTrauce)

—lo rue Mechain, Pa^ds.

Pupil of G. Boulanger and of J. Lefebvre, 3d-class Medal, Paris, 1880; Silver Medal, Exposition-Universelle, 1889 ; zd-class Medal, Paris, Bourse-de -voyage, 1882

Born

at

Rodez.

;

1890.

The Old Chelma Gate

BOMPIANI, Angelo In the Woods

(Jtaig)

Page 205

—S04

Corso,

Rome. Page 81

BONNEFOY, Henry— (iTrattce)

42 rue Fontaine^ Paris.

Boulogne-sur-Mer (Pas de Calais). Pupil of L. Cogniet. Medals, Paris 1880; zd-class, 1884. Silver Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889.

Born

A

at

Family

BORDES, Born

at

3d-class, 1884

;



(iTrrtttCC)

87 rue Ampere, Paris.

Pupil of Bonnat and of Cormon.

2d-class, 1886

;

Silver

Honorable Mention, Paris, i88i Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889.

The Rolling-mill

Henri

Alfred

;

Medals

:

Page 300

BOURDILLON, Frank N. — 0 rcat Britain) On Board the ^‘Revenge/’ 1591

BRAMTOT,

3d-class,

Page 44

Ernest

Pau.

:

— (iTrancc)

Dorking, England.

Page 268

6 rue du Val-de-Grace,

Paris. Born 1879

;

at Paris.

Pupil of

W.

A. Bouguereau.

3d-class

Medal, Paris, 1879



Pfix de

Rome,

2d-class iMedal, 1885.

First Communion

Page 236

— ——

^

INDEX OF THE ILLUSTRATIONS BRANDT,

Joseph von

— (©ermang) —

357

Schwanthaler-sRasse,

Munich. Born at Szczebrzeszyn, Poland. Studied in the Bavarian Royal Academy at Munich, and under Franz Adam and Karl von Piloty. Honorable Mention, Paris, 1882.

A Sudden Attack BREDT,

Max

Fred

Page 6o

— ((^ermattg) — 77

Gabelsberger-strasse,

Munich.

Two Gazelles BREITNER,

Page 120

George Hendrik

(ijollatth)

—438 Parkstraat, Am-

sterdam. Silver

Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris,

1889.

Dutch Cavalry

Page 264

BRIDGMAN,

Frederick Arthur Malesherbes, Paris.

(l^nitcb States)

—146 Bouleva7'd

Born at Tuskegee, Alabama. Pupil of Brooklyn Art Association, N. Y., and of J. L. Gerome, Medals, Paris sd-class, 1877; ad-class, 1878 (Exposition-Universelle); Silver Medal, Legion of Honor, France, 1889. 1889 (Exposition-Universelle). Paris.

:

In a Villa at El Biar, Algiers

Page 143

BRONNIKO, Theo.— (Kussia). Born

at Schadriusk, Siberia.

SuppjiR

BROWN, West Born

.

.

.

Death After the Free Page 271

.

Ford Madox Bro77ipto7i,

at Calais.

Pupil of the St. Petersburg Academy.

Awaiting

Christians

— (0rcat

Britain)

—g

Pupil of the Academies of Bruges, Ghent and Antwerp.

Wyclif on Trial

BRUTT,

Grove

Victo7'ia

E7igla7id.

Page 313

— (^ermaitg) —82

Adolf

LUtzow-strasse, Berlin.

Phryne

Page 77

Saved Girl Bathing

BULLEID,

78

“249

G. Lawrence

(^rcat Britain)

—4

Bolto7i

Studios,

Radcliffe Road, Lo7ido7i, England.

A

Page 252

Custodian

At the Temple Gate

CHARLES,

James

— (Q^rcat

‘‘

Britain)

— Harlmg,

118

Petersfield,

E7igla7id. Silver

In

Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris,

Memory

of

1889.

Page 124

—— — — — WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

358

CHASE,

William M.

New

(Unitcb

State©)

—Si

West Tenth

Street,

York.

Born in Franklin, Indiana. Pupil of the National Academy and J. O. Eaton, New York, and of the Munich Academy under Piloty. Medals, Munich, 1883 Honorable Mention, Paris, Member of the National Academy, New 1881; Silver Medal, 1889 (Exposition-Universelle). York. President of the Society of American Artists. ;

Alice Portrait of Miss Lake Side

DU CHATTEL,

Page 237

M

‘‘

231 103

‘‘

Frederick

Jacobus

— (i^oUanb) — 20

The Hague. the River Vecht

Huygen-

straat,

On

CHIGOT, Eugene rue de T Eglise Born

at Valenciennes.

Page 274



H. A. et

i rue des Petits cailloux, (iTraucc) d Valenciennes, Etaples, Erance.

Pupil of Bonnat and Vayson.

3d-class Medal, 1887; Bourse-de-voyage, 1887;

2d-class

Medal,

1890,

At Etaples

—Pas

CLAUSEN', G. Silver

Honorable Mention, Paris, 1886;

Bronze Medal, Exposition-Universelle, 1889;

de Calais

Page 192

(0rcat Britain)

Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris,

— Cookham

Plough Boy

Page 318

COREIvLI, Augusto The Serenade In the Woods Thanksgiving

CORTESE,

— (Jtalg)

Rome. Page 63

‘‘225 “

Federico

(Stalg) 21 Via

Page 139



COURTOIS,

Gustave (ifrance) de Neuilly, Seine, Paris. at

283

San Paolo, Naples.

Ptestum

Born

Dean, Berks.

1889.

— 73

Boulevard Bmeau, Parc

Pusey (Haute Saone). Pupil of J. L. Gerome. Medals, Paris: 3d-class, 1878; Gold Medal, Exposition-Universelle, 1889. Legion of Honor, 1889.

2d-class, 1880;

Portrait of Mme. Gautreau

COUTURIER,

Leon

(irrance)

—31

Born at Macon. Pupil of Cabanel and of Danguin. Medal, 1889 (Exposition-Universelle).

At THE Capstan

COX, Kenyon

—All

Page 165

Boulevard Berthier, Paris. Medal, 3d-class, Paris, i88i

Together

(ti^niteb State©)

—145

;

Bronze

Page i8o

West

Eifty-fifth street,

New

York. Born at Warren, Ohio. Pupil of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, and of Carolus Duran and J. L. Gerome, Paris. Bronze Medal, Salon, Paris, 1889 (Exposition-

— — —



s

INDEX OF THE ILLUSTRATIONS Member

Universelle).

of the Society of

American

Artists

and of the

New

359

York Architectural

League.

Painting and Poetry

Page 289

Eclogue

305



CRANE,

Walter ((!5 reat SrUaitt) Bush, London, Englaiid.

—Beaumont Lodge, Shepherd''

Pupil of his father, Thomas G. Crane, and of \V. Born in Liverpool. Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889.

Freedom

J. Linton.

Silver

Page 325

.

CURRAN, Charles C.— (^nite 5 street. New YorJz.

States)— IS4 West

Fifty-fifth

Kentucky. Pupil of the National Academy of Design and of the Art York. Third Hal’garten Prize, National Academy, New York, 1888; Associate Member of the National Academy and Honorable Mention, Salon, Paris, 1889. Member of the Society of American Artists.

Born

at Frankfort,

New

Students’ League,

Sealing the Letter

DADD,

Frank

Page 149

— 0 reat (

Britain)

Wilton

House,

Hyde-vale,

Blackheath, England.

The Captain

DAMERON,

of the Troop

Emile

Charles



Page 104

(ifrattce )

—38

rue

Rochechouart,

Paris. Born

at Paris.

Pupil of L. G. Pelouse.

Medals, Paris

:

3d-class, 1878

2d-class, 1882;

;

Bronze Medal, Exposition-Universelle, 1889.

Flower Culture

DANNAT,

William T.

,

the Neighborhood of Nice

in

— (\lniteb

States)

.

71 Avenue de

Page 99 Villiers,

Paris. Born

in

New

3d-class, 1883.

York, N. Y. Pupil of Bavarian Royal Academy, Munich. Medal, Paris Legion of Honor, France, 1889. Member of the International Jury, Exposi:

tion-Universelle, Paris, 1889

;

Member

of the French Societe Nationale des Beaux- Arts.

Spanish Girls

Page 79

DAUPHIN, Eugene — (iTraUCe) Born

at

Toulon.

Pupil of Courdonan,

Paris, 1887; 3d-class medal, 1888;

The

63 rue Jouffroy, Paris.

Humbert and Gervex.

Honorable Mention, Salon, Bronze Medal, Exposition-Universelle, 1889.

Iphigenia in the Harbor of Toulon

DA WANT,

Albert Pierre

(iTrattCe)

of the Mass

.

.

Page 23

—p rue Ampere, PaiHs.

Born at Paris. Pupil of Jean Paul Laurens. Medals, Paris 1885; Gold Medal, Exposition-Universelle, 1889. Legion of Honor,

The Close

.

:

3d-class, 1880;

ad-class,

1889.

Page 68

— WORLUS COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

360

DEAN,

L.— (mniteb States)—2 Pembert07

Walter

i

Square, Boston,

Massachusetts.

The Open Sea

.

.

.

Page 207

.

Peace

The

Seiner’s

Return

291

184

.

DEFREGGER,

Franz Ritter Munich, Bavaria.

Born

— ((^ermatt^)

Konig-strasse,

at Stronach, Austria.

Pupil of the Bavarian Royal Academy, sd-class Medal, Medal, Vienna, 1882 Great Gold Medal, Munich. Honorary Member of the Berlin, Vienna and Munich Academies. Paris, 1878

;

;

Children at Play

DE HAAS, sels,

Born

.

Page 164

H. L.—(§o[[anh)—p Place de Luxembourg, Brus-

J.

Belgium.

in

Hedel, North Brabant.

Pupil of

Van Oos.

Gold Medal, Munich,

Chevalier

1869.

of the Order of Leopold.

Donkeys on the Shore

DE KEYSER,

— Picardy

Page 6i

Nicaise— (Ijelginm)— 75 rue de

la Pepiniere,

Ant-

werp. Born at Santvliet. Pupil of Joseph Jacops and of the Royal Academy of Antwerp. Great Gold Medal, Brussels, 1836; ad-class Medal, Paris, 1840. Order of Leopold, 1839; Officer of the same, 1855. Order of St. Michael of Bavaria, 1851. Order of the Lion, Legion of 1844. Honor, France, 1862.

Holy Week Procession at Seville

DELOBBE, Born

Page 339

Francois Alfred— (irrauce)— 2/ rue d’Alesia, Paris.

at Paris.

Pupil of Lucas and of Bouguereau.

Medals, Paris: 3d-class, 1874; ad-

class, 1875.

The Bite After the Bath

DELORT, Pa

Charles

Page 126

Edouard— (iTrance)—j/ Boulevard

Berthier,

7 'is.

Born at Nimes. Pupil of Gleyre and of Gerome. T /--IT Legion of Honor, 1889.

.00^ 1882.

Medals,7 Paris

:

sd-class, ^ y 1875 ij, ad-class , •

Capture of the Dutch Fleet in the Texel by THE Hussars of the Republic, 1793 Page 105

DEMONT,

Adrien-Louis— (Stance)— Mo/7 tge 7'on (Seme-et- Oise).

Born at Douai (Nord). Pupil of Emile Breton. Medals, Paris: 3d-class, 1879; zd-class, 1882; Gold Medal, 1889 (Exposition-Universelle). Legion of Honor, 1891.

Youth

.

DEMONl -BRETON. Madame Virginie E.

(4Fnincc)



Page 158 J\To)itgcroii

(Seine-et- Oise). Born

at Courrieres

3d-class, 1881

;

(Pas de Calais).

ad-class, 1883.

A Young

Pupil of her father, Jules Breton.

Medals, Paris;

Gold Medal, 1889 (Exposition-Universelle).

Sailor’s Training

Page 19







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INDEX OE THE ILLUSTRATIONS DENMAN, Herbert — (^niteb States)— street, New York.

361

West Eifty-seventh

Born at Brooklyn, N. Y. Pupil of the Art Students’ League, New York, and of Carolus Duran, Paris. Honorable Mention, Salon, Paris, 1886; Honorable Mention (ExpositionUniverselle), 1889. Member of the Society of American Artists.

Ihe Trio

DESSAR,

Page 270

Louis

Paul— (United States)-po

rue TAssas, Paris. New York, and of W.

Born at Indianapolis, Indiana. Pupil of the National Academy, Bouguereau and Tony Robert Fleury, Paris. 3d-class Medal, Paris,

Evening



DE VRIENDP^ a.— Born

at

Ghent.

Medals

;

iJelgium)—



Page 39

rue de Locht, Brussels.

Expositions-Universelle,

London and Vienna.

Charles the Sixth



DE VRIENDT, J._(i3d9ium). A Pottery Shop, Cairo

Page 342

Page 332

.

DICKSEE, Frank— (0reat

A.

1891.

jUritain)—

Peel street, Camden Hill,

Londo?i. Born

m

London.

Associate

The Redemption DILLON,

New

Julia

Member

of the

Royal Academy.

of Tannhauser

(llniteb

States)

—142

Page 51

East Eighteenth

street.

York.

Peonies

Page 326

DMITRIEV-ORENBURGSKY, N.— (Hussia). A Drowned Man

Page 314



DU MOND,

Frederick Melville (United States) gj Avenue Henri- Martin, Pa?is. Born at Rochester, New York. Pupil of Boulanger, Lefebvre, Doucet, Benjamin-Constant

and Jean Paul Laurens,

Paris.

The Legend of the Desert

DU MOND, New

Frank V.

(United States)

Page 98

—gjg

Eighth Avenue,

York.

Born at Rochester, New York. Medal, Salon, Paris, 1890.

Pupil of Boulanger and of Lefebvre,

The Holy Family Christ and the Fishermen Monastic Life

Paris.

3d-class

Page 258 315 317

(

362

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

DURS T,

Auguste— (i^i:Hncc)—j2- Avenue

ele

la Defense,

Seme, Paris. Born

at

Pans.

Pupil of Hebert and of Bonnat.

Puteaux,

Medal, ad-class, 1884; Silver Medal ’ ’

1889 (Exposition-Universelle).

The

Siesta

DUVERGER, Born

p^gg Tlieophile

Bordeaux.

at

'£..—{Sxmtt)~Eeouen

Medals, Paris: sd-class, 1861;

{Seine-et-Oise).

Medal, 1865;

(Exposition-Universelle).

Bronze Medal-' i88q ^

Intemperance

ENNEKING,

A

States )—

John

Tremont

street,

Bos-

Massachusetts.

ton, Born Munich.

Vage 147

at Minster, Ohio.

Pupil of Bonnat, Paris, and of the Bavarian Royal

South Duxbury Clam Digger

Academy

Page

Salting Sheep

8g ^ i3^

*

*

October Twilight

in

New England

ERELMAN, Otto— (i^ollaith): The Horse Fair

— Rotterdam

FARASYN, Edgard— (Belgium)— 2 Medals: Sydney, 1879; Melbourne,

1880.

Page 33 rue Schul, Antwerp.

Bronze Medal, Exposition-Universell'e, 1889.

Emigrants Embarking at Antwerp

Page 344

FISHER, H.— 05 reat "^X\im\)—Elmfield, Herne A Midday Rest

FISHER, Angelo,

M.— ((^rcat

S.

Page 319

Bxiia\n)—JS7S Campo del

Night

— Venice

Page 213

FLETCHER, B.— ((great WUmn)--EsmonL,

Old Park Road,

England.

Evicted

Page

FRANCES Y PASCUAL, Madrid. Born

at Alcoy.

Placido— (S)jain ) v y r

—18

3d-class Medals, Spanish National Exhibitions of 1871

Father’s Advice

FREER, Born

Cristo S.

Ve?iice.

A Summer Eiifield,

Hill, England.

Frederick

W.—(aniteb

A Lady

in

Black

88

Calle Atocha, and

1890.

Page 333

Slates)— Cklea^o.

Chicago, Illinois. Pupil of the Bavarian Royal Academy, Munich. of the National Academy, New York. at

1

Associate

Page 329



— — —

;

INDEX OF THE ILLUSTRATIONS FRIESE, Richard ((^ermattg)—5 W. On the Lagoon

GALOFRE Y OLLER, Born tion at

F.

363

Nettelbeck-strasse, Berlin. .

— (Spain —3

Page 277

Calk Paligros, Mackid.

)

Tarragona. Pupil of the Schools of Barcelona and Madrid. Honorable Menthe Spanish National Exhibition of 1887 and at the Universal Exposition at Barcelona. at Vais,

Punishment by the Lash

Page 210

GABRIEL.

Paul Joseph Constantin Scheveningen, Holland.

Silver

Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris,

Windmill

in

GAUGENGIGL, mg, Born Munich.

no

in

— (l^oUanb)

113 Kanaalweg,

1889.

the Lowlands

Page 178



Ignatz Marcel (Hltited States ) street, Boston.

Tremont

Passau, Bavaria.

—Studio Build'

Pupil of the Bavarian Royal Academy, and of William Diez,

The Hat

GAY, Born

Walter



(^Ituitcb

States )

—73 nte Ampere, Paris.

Pupil of Bonnat, Paris.

Honorable Mention, Exposition Honorable Mention, Salon, Paris, 1885; 3d-class Medal, 1888; Silver Medal,

at Boston,

at Nice, 1884:

Page 330

Massachusetts.

Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889.

Le Plain Chant Mass in Brittany

Page 27 “ 74

GILBERT, Rene — (iFrance) Born 1888

;

at Paris.

Pupil of A. Gilbert.

2d-class Medal, 1889

;

—6 rue Aiimont-Thieville, Medals, Paris

3d-class, 1886

:

Gold Medal, Exposition-Universelle,

;

Paris.

Bourse-de-voyage,

1889.

The Rod

GILBERT,

Page 216

Victor Gabriel



(irrattcc)

Born at Paris. Pupil of Busson and of Adan. Medal, Exposition-Universelle, 1889.

26 rue

Fietor- Masse, Paris.

Medals, Paris: ad-class, 1880

A Good Haul

Silver

Page 197

GISELA, Josef— (Austria) The Lottery

GLAIZE, Auguste

;

i Zckdlhofergasse, Vienna.

Page 203

Bartheleiny



(iTrattCC)

rue de Vaugirard,

Paris. Born

at

2d-class, 1848

ad-class, 1844 Medals, Paris 3d-class, 1842 and 1855 (Exposition-Universelle). Legion of Honor, 1855,

Montpellier.

:

;

The Blind Man and the Paralytic

;

ist-class, 1845

Page 114

——— WOJ^LB^S

COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

Alexander

— (^UStrifl —24 Starhemberggasse,

3^4

GOLIZ, Born

at

1

D.'

)

Vienna.

Puspoek-Ladany, Hungary.

Women

Christ and the

GOLYNSKI,

Vassilli

— (Hu 06

Page 31 ia).

Mushroom Gatherers

Page 346

GORGUET, Auguste Francois— (4Trance)—d rue Boissonade, Paris. Born

at Paris.

1889, at the Salon

and

Pupil of Boulanger, Gerome, Bonnat and Morot. at the Exposition-Universelle.

Contemplation

GOTCH,

My Crown and GRAFLY,



c.— ((f^reat

T. Penzance.

Honorable Mention,





Page 255

Britain)— 77/^ Malt House, Newlyn,

Sceptre

.

.

.





.

Page 242

Charles— (IJnitcb States).

D^dalus

GREEN, c.— ((§rcat

Britain)

—20

Shrewsbiny road,

Page 85 Sheffield,

Efigland.

The Pickwick Club Nell and Her Grandfather (Old Curiosity Shop.

Page 140 <<

— Dickens.)

GUARDA-CASSI, G.— (Stale). The Mayor’s Wedding

GUERRA,

Achille

Page 82

(Stalg).

CiocARA WITH Flowers

The Fortune Teller

GUIGNARD, Born

at

Gaston

Bordeaux.

2d-class, 1887.

Silver

SCOUT.S IN

281

Page 84 “ ryA

.

(irrance).

Pupil of Humbert, Gervex and Ferry.

Medal, Exposition-Universelle,

1889.

Medals, Paris: sd-class, 1884; Legion of Honor, 1891.

Flight

Page 298

GUILI.EN-PEDEMONTE, n.-(Qpaux)-A/uanU. Born

at Alicante.

Pupil of Casto Plasencia.

The Last Breath

GUILLOU,

Alfred

Page 198 (iTrance)

—161

Boulevard

Montparnasse,

Paris. Born

at Concarreau (Finistere). Pupil of Cabanel and of Bouguereau. 3d-class, 1877; 2d-class, 1881. Silver Medal, 1889 (Exposition-Universelle).

The Little Brother

Medals, Paris

.

;

Page 272

———— — — INDEX OF THE ILLUSTRATIONS GUTHERZ, Born

Carl

365





States ) 62 rue St. Didier, Paris. American parents. Pupil of Cabassan, Pils, Boulanger and LeBronze Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889.

in Switzerland, of

febvre, Paris.

The Angel at the Grave GYSIS, Nikolas

— (German!})

Page 67 Acade??iy of Fine Arts, Munich.

Born on the Island Tinos, of the Grecian Archipelago. Pupil of the Bavarian Royal Academy and of Karl Piloty, Munich. 3d-class Medal, Paris, 1878 (Exposition-Universelle); Bronze Medal, 1889 (Exposition-Universelle).

Carnival in Greece

Page 308

HACKER,

Arthur (0rcat Britain) Road, N. W., London, England.

—Atherstone House, FcUowes

Bronze Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889.

Christ and the Magdalen

Page 247

HALL,

A

Frederick (©rcat Britain) Result of High Living

HARDIE, street.

Robert Gordon

New

—Newlyn, Penzance. Page 166

(llnitch States)

—145

Born in Brattleboro, Vermont. Alexandre Cabanel, Paris.

Pupil of I’Ecole des Beaux-Arts, of J. L.

Portrait of Mrs. Hardie

HARE,

West

Gerome and

.

George (0reat Britain). of Faith

St.

The Victory

HARTMANN,

Fifty-fifth

York.

Karl

((J^ermang)

of

Page 335

Page loi

—10

Munich,

Bluthen-strasse,

Bavaria.

Contesting the Ownership of the Apple of Con-

tentment

HASSAM,

Childe

Page 299 (ttlniteh States)

Born at Boston, Massachusetts. Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, the American Water Color Society.

The Day

HENKES,

of the

Gerke

—ys Fifth Avenue, New York.

Pupil of Boulanger and of Lefebvre, Paris. 1889.

Member

of the Society of

Grand Prix Races

(i^oUanh)

Peasant The Knitting-school

Bronze

Artists

and

Page 294

— Voorburg, near The Hague.

Honorable Mention, Exposition Universelle, Paris,

A Dutch

American

1889.

Page 73 “ 32

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

366

HENRY, Edward L.— (EltUeb New York.

States)—j/ West Fourteenth street

^

Born at Charleston, South Carolina. Pupil of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and of P. Weber, Philadelphia, and of Suisse and Courbet, Paris. Honorable Mention, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889. Member of the National Academy of Design, New York!

Before the Days of Rapid Transit

Pacre

The Wedding Day

301

*

HENSELER, E.-(0crman2). Harvesters Homeward Bound The Mowers’ Breakfast .

HERMANN, Hans— (0crmauil)— Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris,

Silver

Page 215

.

257 Stegtitzer-strasse, Berlin.

1889.

Fish-xMarket in AmsterdaxM

HIRSCHEL,

Adolphe

Page 251

— (Austria) — 114

Mariahit/er-strasse,

Vienna. Silver

Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris,

1889.

The Wedding March

HOECKER,

Paul

Page 316

— (©ermang) — 24

Nymphenburger-strasse,

Munich. Bronze Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889.

On Board

H. M.

S.

‘"Deutschland”

HOELZEL, Ado\i—{iBcxxt[aw^)—Dachau,

Page 194

near Munich, Bavaria.

Page

HOLMAN,

Frank

S.— (t^nitcb

William

16

States).

Melody

HOWE,

1

Page 22

Henry— (Unitei) QtatCB)—ii

rue

Mont-Dorl

Paris. Born

at

Ravenna, Ohio. Pupil of de Thoren and Vuillefroy. Honorable Mention, Salon, Medal, 1888; Silver Medal, Exposition-Universelle, 1889.

Paris, 1886; 3d-class

Norman Bull

HOWLAND,

Page 50

Alfred C.— (taniteft Btotes East Twenty-third York. Born at Walpole, New Hampshire. Pupil of the Dusseldorf Academy, and Flamm, Dusseldorf, and of Lambinet, Paris. Member of the National Academy of Design, New York. street.

New

Fourth of July Parade

)—



Page 312



(

^

INDEX OF THE ILLUSTRATIONS ISRAELS, Born

at

(I^oUaub)

Josef

The Hague.

Medals, Paris

in

2,

Koniginnegracht, The Hague.

3d-class, 1867 (Exposition-Universelle)

;

Legion of Honor, Erance, 1867; Officer of the Legion,

(Exposition-Universelle).

Alone



:

367

ist-class, 1878

1878.

the World

JIMENEZ-ARANDA,

Page 36

Jose

— (Spain) — 31

Boulevard de Port-

Royal, Paris. Born

Pupil of the School of Fine Arts of Seville and of Eduardo Cano.

at Seville.

3d-class Medal, Paris, 1882

;

Gold Medals, Salon,

and Exposition-Universelle,

1889,

Who Will Be Cheated

1889.

Page 259

JIMENEZ-ARANDA, Luis— (Spain)—/'am. Born

Munich

;

at Seville.

Medal

Pupil of Eduardo Cano. 3d-class Medal, Salon, Paris, 1887

of Honor, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889

;

Diploma

Old Clothes Market at the Temple, The Lovers

JOLYET, Born 1885

Philippe

— (iFraUCe) —6 rue

at Pierre (Seine-et- Loire).

;

2d-class Medal,

of Honor, Berlin, 1891.

Paris

.

.

Page 256 “ 273

Gambetta, Bayomie.

Pupil of Leon Cogniet.

Honorable Mention, Salon, Paris,

Bronze Medal, Exposition-Universelle, 1889.

;

Mignon

Page 21

KATE, J. M. Ten (i^oilan^r). On the Zuyder Zee — Isle

KAULBACH, Hermann

of

Marken

Page 189

— ((J^crmang) — 33

Kaulbach-strasse,

Munich. Born

at

Munich.

Pupil of Piloty.

Medal, Vienna,

Munich Academy.

1873.

Honorary Member

of the



“Once Upon a Time”

KENNINGTON,

T.

B.—

0 reat

Page 206

Britain)— 5



Victoria Grove, Ful-

ham Road, London, England. Bronze Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889.

The Curse

KEVER,

Jacob Amsterdam.

Page 130

of the Family

Simon Hendrik

— (i^oUaub) —44^

Park-straat,

Bronze Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889.

A

Page 218

Greedy Girl

KILBURNE,





G. G. (®reat Britain) Hawkhurst House, Steele's Road, Haverstock Hill, London, England. Page 250 Good Accommodation for Man and Beast .

.

.

—— 368

KING,

——



1

WORLUS COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION Yeend (®reat J3ritain) —36 Marlborough Hill,

N. W.,

Iondo7i, Eiiglajid. Bronze Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889.

A Gray Day

KIWCHENKO, Born

in Russia.

in July

Alexis

—Academy

33

(JiUSSici)

Pupil of the

rue Victor-Masse, Paris.

of St. Petersburg.

Sorting Feathers of Lendji, near Jerusalem

At the Craters

KLINKENBERG,

Karel



Page 161 ‘‘

.

.

142

26 Stationsweg, The Hague,

Holland. Bronze Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889.

Canal at Amsterdam

KNIGHT,

— Sunset

Joseph Buxton

Page 307

.

(0reat iidtain)

— 121

Cheyne Walk,

Chelsea, London. Bronze Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889.

Hadley Church, near Barnet

KONIG, Hugo (0^nttatX2) On the Way Home

—73

.

Gabelsberger-strasse

Page 86

Munich. Page 193

,



KORZOUKHINE,

Alexis— (Hussia)—A/. Petersburg. Marriage Eve at the Home of the Bride .

KOWALEWSKI, Paul— (Hussia)— AZ Born

in Russia,

.

.

Page 267

.

Page

Petersburg.

ad-class Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1878.

Excavations in Rome

15

KRABL, Karl

(^crmaUB)Rafting on the Isar

.

Page 295



Page 309

.

125

KOUZNETZOFF, N.—(llm5ia)—Odessa. The Arbiter of Peace In the Garden

LANGLEY,

Walter

— (®rcat

—Holbein

House, Alexan-

der Road, Penzance.

Gold Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889.

Disaster

Departure of the Fleet

.

Page 230 “ 146

—— ——

— —

INDEX OF THE ILLUSTRATIONS LA TOUCHE, Born

at St.

Gaston

(irraitce)

Cloud (Seine-and-Oise).

—15 rue du

Medals, Paris

;

369

Calvaire, Paris.

3d-class, i88^

;

ad-class, 1888.

Miners on Strike

LAUPHEIMER,

Page 41

Anton

(^ermang)

—26

Mu-

Findling-strasse,

Bavaria.

nich,

Saint Luke

Page 321

LEHMANN, Rudolf

(®reat Britain)

—28 Aberccrn Place, N.

IV.,

London, England. Born

at Ottensen,

near Altona, Prussia.

Medals, Paris

3d-class, 1843

:

;

ad-class, 1845

and

1848.

Undine

Page 229

LEISTIKOW, Walter The Brickyard



82

Liltzoiv-slrasse, Berlin.

Page 48 “ 221

Dusk

LELOIR, Maurice Born

at Lille.

(irraucc)

Protestant Fugitives OF Nantes, 1685

LEMAIRE, Madame Born

The Fall

Born

— Revocation

of the Edict

(ifraitce)

—31 rue de Monceau.

Honorable Mention, Salon, Paris,

1877.

of the Leaves

Page 75

Paul Alexandre Alfred

at Paris.

3d-class Medal, Salon, Paris, 1878.

Page 284

Madeleine

at Sainte-Rossoline (Var.).

LEROY,

—21 Avenue Gourgand, Paris.

Pupil of his father and of his brother.

— (iTrance —3 rue Bara, Paris. )

Pupil of Alexandre Cabanel.

Medal, 3d-class, 1882; Bourse-de-voyage,

1882; Prix du Salon, 1884; Medal, ad-class, 1888.

Christ Healing the Blind

LILJEFORS, Bruno Born

at

Upsala, Sweden.

Page 202

— (S^DC^len) — Upsala. Pupil of the

Academy

of Fine Arts, Stockholm.

Silver

Medal,

Exposition-Unlverselle, Paris, 1889.

Page 211

Bird-shooting

LOGSDAIL, W. N.

IV.,

— ((Sreat

Stitaiw )

—4

Primrose Hill Studios,

London, England.

The Ninth of J^ovember (Lord Mayor’s Day) Flower Gathering

LUCAS,

Mrs.

S.

in

the South of France

.

.

.

Page 287 “ 155

— ((Srcat Britain —New Place, West Hampstead,

N. W., London, England. Henry VI

)

Page 173

— WORLD'' S

370

LUMINAIS,

COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

Evariste Vital

(irrattcc)

—2j rue

de la Faisa7tderie,

Paris. Born at Nantes. Pupil of Cogniet and Troyon. Medals, Paris: sd-class, 1852 and 1855 (Exposition-Universelle); Gold Medal, 1889 (Exposition-Universelle). Legion of Honor, iSfip.

End

'Fhe

Romance

of a

McILHENNY,

Page 90

M.— (iJniteb

C.

States)

—8g 6

New

Broadway,

York. Born

Member

at Philadelphia.

of the American

Water Color

Society.

On the Beach

Page 196

Mac EWEN, Walter— (ilnitcb States)—/z Born

Chicago,

Pupil of Cormon, Paris. 1886; Silver Medal, Exposition-Universelle, 1889. at

Illinois.

The Absent One; All

Born

at

Beaumont

1876; ist-class, 1879.

(Sarthe).

Day

Souls’

MAIGNAN, Albert— (i;rance)—Y

Place Pigalle, Paris.

Honorable Mention, Salon, Paris,

Page 201

rue la Briiyere, Paris.

Pupil of Luminais.

Medals, Paris: sd-class, 1874; ad-class,

Legion of Honor, 1883.

Death of William the Conqueror The Chamber of the Siren .

.

Page 160 “ 254 248

.

Birth of the Pearl

MAKOVSKY, VLADIMIR— (IvllSSia) —Academy

of Fine Arls,

Moscow.

The Moscow Rag-fair

MARAIS, Adolphe Born

Page 269

.

Oc\dcc\^?>—{YxCi\\it)—Honfleur, Calvados.

at Honfleur, Calvados.

Pupil of Berchere and of Busson.

Medals, Paris

:

3d-class,

1880; 2d-class, 1883; Bronze Medal, Exposition, Paris, 1889.

The Return

.



Mx\RIS, Jacob (15 oilanb)—c5'2 Hague, Holland. Born

at the

The Hague;

of

Hague.

Pupil of

Laan van

.

.

.

Page 195

Meerdervoort,

The

The Hague Academy,

Strobel and Hebertus Van Hove, cf Lerias, Antwerp, and of Hebert, Paris. Honorable MenGold Medal, Exposition-Universelle, 1889.

De Keyser and Van

tion, Salon, Paris, 1884;

The Two Mills Dordrecht

—Sunlight

MARR, Carl— (ilniteb

Page 187

Effect

States)— YJ Kaulbach-slrasse,

‘‘

262

Munich,

Bavaida. Born at Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Pupil of his father and of the Bavarian Royal Academy, Munich. Gold Medal, Prize Fund Exhibition, New York, 1886.

The Flagellants

A Summer Afternoon

Page 347

a

— —



INDEX OF THE ILLUSTRATIONS MARl'ENS, Born

Willy

— (i^oUattb) —57 van Spykstraat,

371

The Hague.

Java of Hollandish parents.

Honorable Mention, Salon, Paris, 1886. Member of the International Jury, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889. Legion of Honor, 1889. Member Nationale French Societe des BeauxArts. of the at

At the Wei.l

Page 117

MAUVE, Anton— (t^ollnni) )—((//>
Ploughing Wood-carts on the Heath

MAYNARD; George W. Square^ New York.

Page 278 ‘‘ 266

(iUnitcb States)

— 80

East Washington

Born at Washington, D. C. Pupil of Edwin White, Florence, and of the Royal Academy Member of the National Academy, New York, and of the Antwerp, under Van Lerius. Society of American Artists.

at

Pomona

Page 133

Sirens

‘‘

MESDAG, voo7't,

Born

at

Hendrik Willem (l^oUaub) The Hague, Holland.

Groningen.

Alma-Tadema.

Pupil of

—p

Medals, Paris

Gold Medal, Exposition-Universelle, 1889. Member of the French Societe Nationale des Beaux-Arts.

tion-Universelle)

;

On the Beach

Laan van Meerder:

1870; 3d-class, 1878 (Exposi-

Legion of Honor, France, 1889.

at Scheveningen

Page 217 “ 40

For Anchor

MESDAGT-VAN-HOUTEN, Mesdag)

Mrs.

S.— (^SoUanD),

— p Laan van Meerdervoort,

261

(Mrs.

H. W.

The Hague.

Cottage

Page 80

MESDAG, Taco— (igollanb). In the Dunes

MEULEN,

Francis

Page 310 Pieter

Ter

— (l^oUaub)

2Q

Kanaal,

The

Hague, Holland. Bronze Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889.

A Sandy Road MIASOIEDOFF,

G.

Page i86

G.— (Uussia). Page no “ 162

Harvest Time Flight of Gregori Otrepier

MILLAIS,

Sir

John Everett

(^rcat Sdtaiu)

—2

Palace Gate,

South Kensmgton, London, England. Pupil of the Royal Academy. One of the Founders of the Elected A.R.A., 1884; R.A., 1863. Created a baronet, 1885. Medal of Honor, 1878. Legion of Honor, France, 1878. Member

Born at Southampton, England. Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. 2d-class Medal, Paris, 1855.

—— — COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

IVOJ^LD'S

Member

of the Institute of France, 1883.

of the

Academies of Edinburgh, Antwerp, Madrid

and Rome.

The Ornithologist

Page 220

MOREAU-DE-TOURS, Georges— (i;rancc)—5z iiarcL

rue Claude Ber-

Paris. «

Born

Pupil of Cabanel and of Marquerie.

at Ivry (Seine).

Medals, 1864, 1865 and 1869; Legion of Honor, 1875 Officer of the Legion,

2d-class Meda., 1878 (Exposition-Universelle).

Member

1883.

;

of the Institute of France, 1889.

Carnot at Wattignies

MORENO-CARBONERO, Born

at

Page 169

Jose— (S)jain).

Pupil of Bernardo Ferrandez.

Malaga.

Gold Medals

Exhibitions of 1881 and 1884.

in

ist-class

Medals

in the

Spanish National

Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889. Diploma of Honor, Berlin, 1891.

Silver

Grand Gold Medal

Budapesth, 1890.

at

'

‘‘Get up, Donkey!”

Page 286

(From “ El Sombrero de

MORERA Y

Rome.

Exhibitions at Munich, Vienna and

tres picos,”

GALIGIA,

by

Don Pedro

A. Alarcon.)

Jaime— (Spain)— ^5

Calle

Atocha,

Madrid. Awarded two

Pupil of Carlos de Haes.

The Coast

MORRIS,

of

Philip Richard

Road, Ion do u. Born

As

at

ad-class

Devonport, England.



Fete Dieu

MUENIER, Born

Pupil of the Royal

Born 1883.

at

St. Joint's

Wood

Holman Hunt.

Schools and of

Elected A.R.A.,

traveling studentship fund.

Bronze Medal, Exposition-Universelle,

— Dieppe, Normandy

Page 199

Jules

Alexis— (iTramc).

Medal, 3d-class, 1887

The Sunshine

MULLER,

Academy

—33

1885.

at Vesoul.

Women

Spanish National Exhibitions.

(CJ^rcat Britain)

was awmrded Gold Medal and Medal, ad-class, Antwerp Exhibition,

Paris, 1889.

at

Page 350

a student,

1887.

Medals

Normandy

;

Bourse-du-yoyage, 1887.

Page 157 “ 123

of Life

of Algeria

Leopold

Dresden.

— (^nstria)

3

Schiller-platz, Vienna.

Pupil of Carl Blaas and Christian Ruben,

Professor in the Vienna

ist-class

Medal, Munich,

Academy.

— Cairo MULLER, Peter Paul — (©crmaitg) Market Day

'

.

.

Page 302

70 Linprunn-strasse, Munich.

Bronze Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889.

A

Forest of Beech Trees

MUNSCH,

— ((^ennattg)

Josef

Born at Linz, Upper Austria.

The Conference

Pupil of the

Page 132 26 Findling-strasse, Munich. Munich Academy, under Philipp

Foltz.

Page tii

— —— —

— ——

INDEX OF THE ILLUSTRATIONS NETTLETON, Born

at

New

Walter

— (Hniteb States)

Haven, Connecticut.

373

Paris.

Pupil of Boulanger and of Lefebvre.

November Sunshine

NEUHUYS, Born

Albert

Page 35

(ijollaitb)

—Moll,

Belghwi.

Pupil of G. Craevanger and of the Antwerp Academy.

at Utrecht.

Medal,

Silver

Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889.

Mother’s Delight Sober Meal

Page 170

A

52

Dutch Woman and Child

NICHOLS, Rhoda Holmes

New

street,

Born

at

Coventry, England.

Rome.

— (Unitcb States)

22g East Twentieth

York. Studied

in the

Member

ceived the Queen’s Scholarship. Aquarellisti,

174

‘b

Medal, Boston,

Bloomsbury School of Art, London, and reand the Societa degli

of the Cercolo Artistico,

1883.

The Scarlet Letter

NORTON, W.

E.

— ((Sreat

Page i8i

21 Camden Road, N. W.,

I3 ritain)

London.

A

Moment’s Rest Return of the Herring Fleet

NOURSE,

Elizabeth



(l^initei)

Page 179 200

‘‘

72

States)

7'ue

Notre-Dame-des-

Clia7nps, Paris. Born

at Cincinnati, Ohio.

Page 70 “ 49

Good^Friday

The Family Meal

NUKKEN, W. C.— (i^oUanh). Farmhouse

NOZAL,

in

Page 102

Limberg

Alexandre

(irrance)

Born at Paris. Pupil of Luminais. Medal, Exposition-Universelle, 1889.

—7

Qiuii de Passy, Paids.

Medals, Paris

:

3d-class, 1882

;

2d-class, 1883

;

Bronze

Page 56

Bay of San Michel

OP'FERMANS, Tony— (t^ollonb)

—27 Alexanderplein,

The Hague.

Bronze Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889.

Page 231

The Village Carpenter

OSBORNE, W.

(0reat jSritain)—5 Castlewood Avenue, Dublin.

The Ferry

l^age 292

PALMER, Walter L.— (Mniteb bany, New York. Born

at

Albany,

New

York.

States)—5 iMfayette

Pupil of F. E. Church,

New

street,

Al-

York, and of Carolus Duran,



— ———

WORLUS COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

374

Awarded second Hallgarten

Paris.

Prize, National

Academy, New York,

Associate of the National Academy,

the Society of American Artists.

New

Early Snow



16 rue de Vhitwiille, Paris. (irrcntcc) Ary Scheffer and of Picot. Medals, Paris: 3d-class,

Pupil of

Paris.

at

Old Gate of the Tiber at Rome

PARSONS,

A

Orrin Sheldon

New

Page 176

States)

—24^ West Fourteenth

York.

Lawn-tennis Party

Page 185

PASTERNAC, L.— (Hussia). Returning Home PAULI, Georg. Born

at

Page 228

ii, Fjellgatan, Stockholm. — (StMbeit)Academy

Pupil of the of Fine Arts, Stockholm. Bronze Medal, Exposition-Universelle, 1889.

Stockholm.

Salon, Paris, 1884.

Honorable Mention,

A Midsummer Night

PEARCE, Born

at ;

Page 65

Sprague— (t3^nitc5 States)

Charles

( Seinc-et- Oise), Paris, 1881

1874;

Bronze Medal, Exposition-Universelle, 1889.

2d-class, 1889.

street,

of

Page 191

PARIS, Camille Porn

Member

1887.

York.

— Anvers-sur Oise

France.

Boston, Massachusetts.

Pupil of Bonnat, Paris.

Member

3d-class Medal, 1883.

Honorable Mention, Salon,

of the International Jury, Exposition-Universelle,

Paris, 1889.

The Annunciation The Shepherdess Madam P

Page 204 “ 129

.

.

Funeral

A

in

POR'IRAIT

113

.

Picardy ‘‘ .

.

.

PELEVIN, T. A.— (Hussia). The First Born

PENA-MUNOZ, Maximo Born

at

Cuenca.

37 67

Page 175

—34 Calk Hortaleza, Madrid.

(Spain)

Pupil of Casto Plasencia.

3d-class Medal, Spanish National Exhibition,

1887.

Midday Lunch

PENFOLD, Born

at

Page 222

Frank C.

Lockport,

New

(t^^niteh

States)

—Paris, France.

York.

The Herring Season

PENNACCHINI, Domenico

Page 138 (Jtaig)

—Rome.

Silver Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889.

Crazy

Page 148



— ————

INDEX OF THE ILLUSTRATIONS PERUGINI,

Charles Edward ((!5rcat !3ritain) Eccleston Square, London, England.

street,

Born

375

—141

in Italy.

A Summer Shower PETITJEAN, Edmond ;

Page 122 (irraucc)

—3 rue Alfred Stevens.

Neufchateau (Vosges). Honorable Mention, Salon, Paris, i88i 3d-class Medal, Silver Medal, Exposition-Universelle, 1889. 2d-class Medal, 1885. Legion of Honor,

Born 1864

Warwick

at

;

1892.

A Country

Villa

Page 58

PHRENZ Rudolph— (linssia). At an Inn

Page 135

PRINSEP, Valentine Cameron Park Road, London, England. Born

in India.

Studied in England.

((^reat

Britain)

—i

Elected Associate of the Royal Academy, 1889.

The Broken Idol

QUICNON,

Fernand

Holland

Page 209 (irrauce)

Just

—83

Boulevard Richard

Lenoir, Paris. 3d-class

Medal,

Medal, Salon, Paris, 1888; Bronze Medal, 1889 (Exposition Universelle)

;

2d-class

1891.

Wheat Sheaves RAFFAELLI,

Page 96

Jean Frangois

(irrancc)

—ig rue de

la Bibliotheque

Asnieres. Born

Honorable Mention,

at Paris.

1885.

Legion of Honor,

1889.

Gold Medal, Expo-

sition Universelle, 1889.

The Crandfather

REALIER-DUMAS, Born

at Paris.

Pupil of

Page 119

Maurice

J. L.

Gerome.

(iTrancc)

—57 rue Saint Lazare.

Honorable Mention, Salon, Paris,

1886.

Honor-

able Mention, Exposition-Universelle, 1889.

Lunch on

tfie

REID, John R. Hill,

Page 92

Crass

—62

(0rcat Britain)

Park Road, Haverstock

London. England.

Medal, Jubilee Exhibition, Berlin, 1886.

Gold Medal, Exposition-Universelle, Paris,

The Yarn

1889.

Page 127

RICHEMONT,

Alfred Paul Marie

de— (i^raitcc)— ^7

nie Bayen,

Paris. Born 1884.

at Paris.

Pupil of Bin and of Alfred Maignan.

Honorable Mention, Salon, Paris, ist-class Medal, 1890.

3d-class Medal, 1886; Bronze Medal, Exposition-Universelle, 1889

Sacrifice

;

Page 253

WORLUS COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

376

RIQUER, Born

Alejandro

— (Spain) —Barcelona.

at Barcelona.

The Divine Shepherdess

Page 244

ROELOFS, Willem— (i^ollaniJ) — 20 Silver

Medal, Exposition-Universelle,

The Hague.

Rijnstraat,

1889.

Mills near Rotterdam Pasture near the Dunes

ROSSET-GRANGER, Born 1881

at

— (irranc^) —5 rue Martin., Paris.

Pupil of Dubufe, Mazarolle and Cabanel.

Vincennes (Seine).

3d-class

;

Edouard

Page 341 327

Medal, Salon, Paris, 1884

;

Silver

Bourse-de-voyage,

Medal, Exposition-Universelle,

1889.

Young Girl Chasing a Butterfly

ROZIER, Dominique Pupil of Vollon.

— (iTrancc) —34

Page 282

Boulevard de

3d-class Medal, Salon, Paris, 1876

;

Clichy, Paris.

2d-class Medal, 1880

Bronze Medal,

;

i88p (Exposition-Universelle).

Fishmongers, Dieppe

RUSS, Robt.

Page 29

— (Austria) —3 Micnzgasse,

Vienna.

Early Spring

Page 275

SAGORSKI, Nicholas— (HltSSia). Heart-broken

Page 328

At Breakfast SAINTIN, Born

and

1870.

at

Jules

‘‘

Emile

Lenie (Aisne).

131

— (iTrancc) —56 rue du Rocher, Paris.

Pupil of Drolling, of Picot and of Laboucher.

Legion of Honor, 1887.

Medals, Paris, 1866

Bronze Medal, Exposition-Universelle,

1889.

Reverie

Page 112

SANT, James

— (©rcat Britain) —43 Lancaster Gate, Hyde Park,

London, England. Born at London. Pupil of John Varley and of the Royal Academy. Elected Associate Royal Academy, i86i Royal Academician, 1871. In 1872, appointed Principal Painter Ordinary to the Queen. Bronze Medal, Exposition-Universelle, 1889.

of the in

;

Oliver Twist Walks to London

SANTORO,

Rubens



(Jftalg)

— 13

Page 349

Corso Umberto, Naples.

Page 134

Naples

SCHMID,

Julius

— (Austria) —20 Heugasse,

Vienna.

Suffer Little Children to Come Unto

SCHNARS-ALQUIST, H.

Me

— (Q^crmang) — 82

.

.

Page 297

LUtzow-strasse,

Berlin. Art Commissioner for Germany at the World’s Columbian Exposition.

Going Freely

Page 182



—— —



INDEX OF THE ILLUSTRATIONS SCHUBZENHEIM,

Ida von

— (Siuebcn)

377

i rue du Bac, Paris.

Born at Stockholm. Pupil of the School of Fine Arts of Stockholm, and of Lefebvre and Julien Dupre, Paris. Honorable Mention, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889.

Greyhounds

SCHWARl'ZE,

Page 59 Therese

— (i^oUaitb)

lopi Prinzengracht,

Am-

sterdam. Born at Amsterdam. Pupil of her father. Honorable Mention, Salon, Paris, 1884. Medal, r88p. Silver Medal, Exposition Universelle, 1889.

Orphan Girls at Amsterdam

SENAT,

Prosper L.



3d-class

Page 214

1520 Chestnut

States)

street,

Phil-

adelphia, Pennsylvania. Born des

at

Beaux

Germantown, Pennsylvania.

Pupil of

Edward Hampden, London, and

of I’Ecole

Arts, Paris.

On the

Nile at Beni Hassen Gulf of Ajaccio, Corsica

SENECHAL-DE-HERDREVET,

G.

Page 57

“153

E.— (JTrance).

Return from the Oyster Beds after a Storm at Cancale

Page 296

SEWELL, Amanda Brewster— (t^^uitcb Born National

at

New

York.

Academy

States)

Studied in the Julian School, Paris.

— Tangiers, Africa.

Awarded

the

Dodge

Pleasures of the Past Sylvan Festival Mother and Son By the River

Page 159 ‘‘



at

R. V. V. Tangiers, Africa. (t^niteD States) New Y'’ork. Pupil of the Julian School, Paris.

Sea Urchins

Page 293

SHIELDS, Thomas Born

163 168 208



SEWELL, Born

Prize at the

Exhibition of 1888.

at St. John’s,

W.— (mnitcb

New

Brunswick.

States)—

Pupil of the National

York. Academy of Design, New

York, of I’Ecole des Beaux Arts and of M. de Munkaesy, Paris.

Cavalier Period of Louis XIII

SIEMIRADSKI, H. Medal

H.— (Uussia).

of Honor, Paris, 1878 (Exposition-Universelle).

Christ at the House of

SIMONI, Gustavo

— (Jtalg)

Legion of Honor, 1878.

Mary and Martha

.

.

Page 150

Rome.

Honorable Mention, Exposition-Universelle,

Sale of a Slave

Page 145

1889.

Page 26







WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

378

SINIBALDI, Paul Jean Raphael



Boulevard Mont-

parnasse, Paris. Born

at Paris.

Salon, ^1886.

Pupil of Alexandre Cabanel and of Alfred Stevens.

Bourse-du-voyage, 1888.

The Daughter

SMITH, Hill,

C.

;

Honorable Mention

Exposition Universelle, 1889.

of the Rajahs

A.— (®rcot

Page

Britain)—72 Park Road, Haverstock

Your Hours of Ease”

in

Page 263

Van— (Belgium).

J.

Lace Makers

SPRING,

Alfons

nich.

Vsige 351



j

1889.

The Fisherman’s Home

STETTEN,

Carl von

(

Page 223

0 ermant}).

Born at Augsburg. Pupil of Lefebvre, Boulanger, Courtois and Dagnan-Bouveret. Medal, 1884; Bronze Medal, Exposition-Universelle, 1889.

Italians in Paris

STEWART,

Jules L.

at Philadelphia.

Salon, Paris, 1885.

Mu-

dSfymplienburger-strasse,

Honorable Mention, Exposition-Universelle, Paris,

Born

71

London, England.

‘'Woman SNICK,

Bronze Medal, 1887

sd-class

Page 246



Stiltcs) g 6 rue Copernic, Paris. Gerome and of Madrazo. Honorable Mention

Pupil of Zamacois, of

sd-class Medal, 1890.

pCHTiNG

Page 28s

Venice

The Hunt Ball Born

at Brussels.

‘‘*224

.

STROOBANT, F.— (Belgium)— 20 me Pupil of Wauters.

Medals

:

Van Aa,

Brussels, 1854

;

Brussels. London, 1861

;

Vienna

1873-

The Old Canal, Bruges

Page 337

TARBELL, Edmund C.— (Hnitcii States)— 2^

Albany

street,

Eorchester, Massachusetts.

Born

at

West Groton, Massachusetts.

In the Orchard

Girl with Horse

TAYLER,

Pupil of Boulanger and of Lefebvre.

Pa ere

*

7-7

-

R



323

A. Chevalier— (threat Btiiain^—Hewlyn, Penzance.

The Peddler

TEMPLE, Hans

Page 167 (Austria)

Portrait of W. Unger

—Belvederegasse,

Vienna.

Page 66

——— —

6

INDEX OF THE ILLUSTRATIONS THOMAS,

Seymour

S.

(Uuitcb

States)



379

rue de I'Arrivee,

Paris. Born

in

Texas.

Pupil of Benjamin-Constant, of Lefebvre and of Doucet.

An Innocent

THOREN, Born

Vienna, 1882.

Page 38

von— (Austria)

Otto

Vienna.

at

Victim

Studied in Brussels and Paris.

Member

of the Order of Francis

In the Vicinity of the

TIFFANY,

Louis

New

street.,

C. York.



Medals: Paris, 1865 Munich, 1869; Joseph and the Russian Order of Vladimir.

Wolf

(llnitC^l

Page 219

States)

Pupil of George Inness and of Samuel Colman,

Member

of the National

Academy and

;

—7

East Seventy-second

New

of the Society of

York, and of Leon Belly, American Artists, New York.

Market at Nuremberg Taming the Flamingo

TIRATELLI,

Aurelio

Country Life

Page 348 115



Margutta, Rome. 33 Apennines Page

(Jtal^)

— Roman

Paris.



TITCOMB,

William Holt Yates (0reat Britain) House, Culverden Road, London, England.

25

— Ockham

Pupil of Boulanger, of Lefebvre and of Cormon, Paris.

Born at Cambridge, England. 3d-class Medal, Salon, Paris, 1890.

Cornwall

Primitive Methodists at St. Ives,

TOMMASI, Game

TOPHAM, Born

Member

in

Publio

of Chess Francis

London.

.

de— (jtalg).

— In W.

the Vatican

Page 121

W.— (©rent

Pupil of his father, Francis

Britain). W. Topham, and

of the

Royal Academy.

of the British Society of Water-color Painters.

Recruiting for Savonarola

TOUDOUZE, nolles,

Born Paris,

Page 76

.

(iTrauCC)

—21

Boulevard

des

Batig-

Paris.

at Paris.

1876;

Edouard

Page 288

Pupil of Pils and of Leloir.

2d-class Medal, 1877;

Prix de

Silver Medal,

Rome,

1871.

3d-class Medal, Salon,

Exposition-Universelle, 1889.

Legion of

Honor, 1892.

The Cradle

TRUTH EM E,

(iFraUCC)

—2^ rue de Sevres, Paris.

Aix (Bouches-du-Rhone). Pupil of Flandrin, of Cornu, of Henner and of Bougue3d-class Medal, Salon, Paris, 1884; 2d-class, 1888; Bronze Medal, 1889 (Exposition-

Born reau.

Auguste

Page 64

at

Universelle).

Singing Lesson in a

Common School

in Paris

.

.

Page 141

WOJ^LB'S COLC/MBIAJV EXPOSITION

38 o

Horse-fair at Tongres

....

Pno-f-

Scott— ((great Qritoin)— Born

at

York, England.

Honorable Mention, Salon, Paris,

345

Lodge, Ha7iwell, 1891.

Sailors Playing Cards

TVOROJUIKOF,

J.

J.-(l{n0Sia).

Grandmother and Grand-daughter

TVOROZHNIKOV, A Lay Brother

Ivan ;



.

.

Page 69

.

— (Uussia).

Image-seller

Page 17

lYTGADT, Louis— (Belgium) —Brussels. Born at Lovendegem, Belgium. Exposmon-Umverselle, Paris, 1889.

Honorable Mention. Salon, Paris,

,886.

-oronze Bronze ivieaai. Medal

Lesson in Embroidery

UHDE,

Friedrich

s trass e, Born

at

Hermann Karl

Munich.

Walkenburg, Saxony.

Pnpil of

von- -((J^erman^)— 75 TheresienM. de Munkaesy,

in

Paris,

(Exposition-Universene).

ad-class

Legion of Honor, \ Societe Nationale des Beaux Arts. the French The a\NNOUNCE.MENT TO THE SHEPHERDS ....

ciarv ciate of

1891. ^

Medal Asso-

Page 245

ULRICH,

F.— (ilniteb Munich. Academy of Design, New York, and of Loefiftz and Lindenschmidt, Awarded the Clarke Prize, National Academy of Design, New York, 1884; a Charles National

in m

Munich.

$2500 cash prize

m

a prize-fund exhibition held in New York, 1886; Bronze Medal, ExpositionUniverselle, Pans, 1889. Member of the Society of American Artists, and Associate of the

New Italian Idyl

National Academy,

York.

VAIL, Eugene— (Uniteh States)^7 Ms rue Bayen, Born at

Paris.

St. Malo, of American parents. Pupil of the Art Students’ League, New York, of I’Ecole des Beaux-Arts, and of Cabanel, Collin and Dagnan-Bouveret, Paris Sd-class Medal, Salon, Pans, 1888; Gold Medal,

Exposition-Universelle

Marine

.

.

1889.

Page 18

——

(

.

INDEX OF THE ILLUSTRATIONS VALKENBURG,

Hendrik

— (i^oUattb) —432

381

Am-

Parkstraat,

s terdam.

Honorable Mention, Exposition-Universelle, Paris,

1889.

“Will You Give Me a Flower?”

VAN DER

AVEELE, Herman Jan

Page 336

(i^oUaitb)—5 Konigen

Emma

Kade, The Hague. Honorable Mention, Exposition-Universelle, Paris,

1889.

Ploughing, Spring

VELTEN,

Wilhelm

Page 152

— (^enuautt) —18 Schwanthaler-strasse,

Mu-

nich.

The Outposts

VERHAS,

Jan

Page 45

— (©clgiutu) —21 Rue

Seuti?i, Brussels.

Born at Termond. Medals: 2d-class, i88i Gold Medal, Exposition-Universelle, 1889 Order of Leopold, 1879 Legion of Honor, France, 1881. ;

;

The Watering-place Martyrs

VERVEER, Born

at

Elchanon

The Hague.

— (ijoilauh)

Page 343

32

Zeestraat,

The Hague.

Pupil of his brother, Salomon L. Verveer.

Awaiting the Return of the Boats

Page 46

VILLEGAS-BRIEVA, Manuel —(Spain) — Calle Born

at Lereda.

Cabeza, Madrid.

Pupil of Francisco Pradilla.

Remembrances

VINTON,

Page 72

Frederick P.



(i3^nitc 5

States)

—243

Newbury

street,

Boston. Born

at

Bangor, Maine.

Pupil of William

M^ Hunt,

Boston

;

of Bonnat, Paris

;

of Duve-

neck, Dietz and Wagner, Munich, and, later, of Jean Paul Laurens, Paris. Member of the National Academy, and of the Society of American artists. New York. Honorable Mention, Exposition-Universelle, Paris, 1889.

Portrait

VOLZ

,

Wilhelm

Page 320

— 0 ei*m aitn —Mimich )

Maria

Page 241

VROLTJK, Jan — (l^oUauh) Cow Resting

VUILLEFROY,

—103 Nooi^deinde, The Hague, Holland. Page 156

— (irrance) — 3

rite

Andrieux,

Born at Paris. Pupil of Hebert and of Bonnat. Medals, Paris: 1870; Gold Medal, 1889 (Exposition-Universelle). Legion of Honor, 1880.

2d-class, 1875;

Felix

Dominique

Paris.

An

Inn in Old Cotille

Page 54

— WAHLBERG, Born 1870;

COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

WOJ^LD'S

382

Alfred— (Sujcbcn )— 757 rue de Rome, Paris.

Stockholm.

at

2d-class

Universelle).

Medal,

Pupil of the School of Fine Arts at Stockholm.

Legion of Honor, 1874. Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1878. 1872.

Medal, Salon, Paris, Medal, 1878 (Exposition-

ist-class

Night on the Swedish Coast

Page 93

WALKER,

F. .S.— (©rciu Britain)—/ stock Hill, Io}ido7i, Engla?td.

England's Lane, Haver-

The Convent Garden

WALKER, second Born

Page 260

Henry Oliver— (Unitci) States)— /JJ

street,

in Boston.

New

West Forty-

York.

Pupil of Bonnat, Paris.

Member

of the Society of American Artists.

The Gift-bearer

WALLER, West Born

Samuel

Edmund— ((©rcat

A e7isingto7i,

at Gloucester,

Page 227

Io7idon,

England.

Academy.

E igla 7

Britain)—// Girdless Road,

7td.

Pupil of the Gloucester School of Art and of the Royal ^

The Empty Saddle

WALTON,

Frank

Page 234

((J^rcat Btitrtiu)

—Holi7ibury

,

St.

Mary, Dork-

ing, Engla7id.

Wreck

of the Spanish

WARD,

Armada

Page 107

M.—

Mrs. E. (©real Britain)—J Chester House, Chester Square, S. W., London, England. (Wife of James Ward, R.A.) Mrs. Fry Visiting Newgate Page 62



WATTS, /

George Frederick (©rent Britain) House, Kenstngto7i, London.

Born

at

London.

— Little

Holland

Pupil ‘of the Royal

Academy. Awarded prize of in competition Houses of Parliament (1842) and a prize of ^:5oo for a cartoon in 1847. Elected A.R.A., 1867; R.A., 1868. Medals: ist-class, Paris, 1878 (Exposition-Universelle). Legion of Honor, 187S. ist-class Medal, Antwerp, 1885. for the decoration of the

Love and Life

WEEKS, Edward

.

Page 322

.

Lord

— (Hnitcb

States)

— //5

Avenue de

Wagra77t. Born at Boston, Massachusetts. Pupil of I’Ecole des BeauxArts, of Bonnat and of Gerome. Honorable Mention, Salon, Paris, 1884 sd-class Medal, 1889 ; Gold Medal, 1889 (Exposition;

Universelle).

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