Bulletin of the Art Institute of Chicago Volume 9-11

Bulletin of the Art Institute of Chicago Volume 9-11

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1915 edition. Excerpt: ..."The charms of the Ozarks" by Carl R. Krafft. ANNOUNCEMENT EXHIBITIONS April To August, 1916 March 9 to April 2--(1) Exhibition of works by the Guild of Boston Artists. (2) Exhibition of paintings by Ben Foster. (3) Exhibition of sculpture by Anna V. Hyatt. (4) Exhibition of sculpture by Charles Haag. (5) Sixth annual exhibition of American etchings, under the management of the Chicago Society of Etchers. April 6 to April 23--Annual architectural exhibition, including eight pastel portraits of dogs by Persis Kirmse. April 13 to April 20--Exhibition of Newark posters. April 25 to May 7--(1) Exhibition by the Palette and Chisel Club, including paintings, sculpture, wood block prints, etchings and graphic art. (2) Annual exhibition of the Art Students' League of Chicago. (3) Exhibition of sculpture by Stanislaus Szukalski. May 11 to June 7--(1) Annual exhibition of American water colors, pastels and miniatures, including the "rotary exhibition" of the American Water Color Society. (2) Exhibition of paintings by William Ritschel. June 16 to July 5--Annual exhibition of the work of students of the Art Institute. July 11 to August 15--Swedish art exhibition from Panama-Pacific International Exposition. LECTURES For Members And Students--Fullerton Memorial Hall At 4 P. M. April 7 Fri. Charles F. Browne. French: Recent development. English: Early to Turner. Yellowstone National Park. English: Later and contemporary. Scottish painting. May 5 Fri. Charles F. Browne. Dutch School. German. Continental contemporary painting. Amercan: Early Schools. European Americans. Home Americans. Charles Francis Browne, painter, Chicago--"Modern Schools." Twelve lectures illustrated by the stereopticon. Monday and Friday afternoons at 4...show more

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  • Paperback | 114 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 6mm | 218g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236532759
  • 9781236532756