AY ART CALENDAR
NEW YORK.—The American Water
Color Society will hold its forty-first
annual exhibition in the Galleries of the
American Fine Arts Building, 215 West Fifty-seventh
Street, from April 30 until May 24. Private view will
be held April 29.
Frederick Keppel & Co., 4 East Thirty-ninth
Street, will hold until May 9 an exhibition of wood
cuts, etchings and original sketches by Jean Francois
Millet; May 12 to June 13, a selection of etchings by
American artists. Upward of seventy pieces will be
selected from the work of some twenty-five American
etchers. An interesting illustrated catalogue is in
William Macbeth, 450 Fifth Avenue, will have
an exhibition of pictures by American artists.
Georges A. Glaenzer & Co., 33 East Twentieth
Street, will continue the exhibition of paintings by
Mathilda Browne to May 5, and will follow this up
by miscellaneous paintings and objects of art.
C. Klackner, 7 West Twenty-eighth Street, will
have on view mezzotints printed in color by James
S. King and Charles Bird, and etchings printed in
color by V. Trowbridge.
The Berlin Photographic Company, 14 East
Twenty-third Street, have received from abroad a
number of interesting new publications, which are
now on view at their showrooms.
W. K. O’Brien & Co., 458 Fourth Avenue, will
show mezzotints printed in color by Charles Bird,
James S. King, F. G. Stevenson and others.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has ar-
ranged to continue the Saint-Gaudens Memorial Ex-
hibition to April 30.
BOSTON.—R. C. & N. M. Vose, 320 Boylston
Street, are showing a collection of French masters of
1830, on the occasion of the fifty-eighth anniversary
of the establishment of the house.
BUFFALO.—The Albright Art Gallery will
hold the third annual exhibition of selected paintings
by American artists, beginning April 30, to continue
until August 30.
CHICAGO.—The Art Institute holds the twen-
tieth annual exhibition of water colors and pastels
by American artists, April 28 to June 7.
NEWARK.—A new school has been opened
under the direction of Mr. Clinton Balmer in the
Metropolitan Building, corner of Washington and
Market streets. Special classes are given in painting,
drawing, composition and illustration, study from
still life, cast and models. A feature will be a
children’s class on Saturday morning from 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m., intended for those at school who wish to
avail themselves of further opportunities for draw-
ing and painting from cast, still life and portrait life.
PHILADELPHIA.—Robert M. Lindsay, 1028
Walnut Street, will show American portraits by
Stuart, C. W. and James Peale, Inman, Sully and
The T-Square Club and the Philadelphia Chap-
ter, A. I. A., continue their fourteenth annual exhibi-
tion at the galleries of the Academy to May 3.
PITTSBURGH.—The International Exhibition
of the Carnegie Institute opens April 30. The jury
of award is as follows: John White Alexander,
Georges Hendrik Breitner, William Merritt Chase,
Kenyon Cox, Charles H. Davis, Robert Henri,
W. L. Lathrop, W. Elmer Schofield, Albert Neu-
huijs, Irving R. Wiles.
WASHINGTON.—Intending exhibitors can se-
cure entry cards for the second exhibition of contem-
porary American oil-paintings, to be held in the Cor-
coran Gallery of Art, beginning December 7, by
addressing F. B. McQuire, Director.
DRESDEN.—Announcement is made of an
international photographic exposition for next year to
be held from May, 1909, to November, 1909. The
collection of American amateur photographs will be
made by Frank Fraprie, editor of American Photog-
raphy, 6 Beacon Street, Boston. Further informa-
mation may be obtained by addressing the American
Commissioner as above.
An exhibition of oil paintings, etchings, pastels,
water colors and tapestries and textiles has been held
at Bethlehem, Pa., at the Moravian Seminary. The
exhibition was representative of important recent
The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine
Arts announces that its board of directors has be-
stowed upon Edmund C. Tarbell the Academy
Gold Medal of Honor. Previous winners of this
medal have been Alexander Harrison, William M.
Chase, Winslow Homer, D. Ridgway Knight,
Edwin A. Abbey, Cecilia Beaux, Charles Grafly,
Henry J. Thouron, James McNeill Whistler, John
S. Sargent, John W. Alexander, William T.
Richards, Violet Oakley, Horatio Walker and
Edward W. Redfield.