of the MafMre yworfe performances of modenl men.
It reatlv seems quite incredibie that such verisimiii-
tude can be reached with paint on canvas. Yet Mr.
Chase dashes in with enthusiastic energy and ap-
parentiy, JwnMer evoives these briiliant pic-
tures of dead hsh, pots and brasses in reaiiy a mas-
Jan. 31, remaining
open to March 4.
The exhibition of
League, 215 W. 57th
St., N. Y., is sched-
uled Jan. 31 to Feb.
22 ; The American
Society of Miniature
Painters at Knoed-
ler's,N. Y.,toFeb.6. up THE mvEn
BY GEORGE BEI.LOWS
HIRTEENTH ANNUAL EXHIHI-
TION, CARNEGIE INSTITUTE,
JoHN W. BEATTY, director of hne
arts, Carnegie Institute, announces the foliowing
dates for the thirteenth annuai international exhi-
bition of paintings in oii at the Carnegie Institute.
Entry bianks must be received from America on
or before March 10. CoHection dates in America,
with names of agents, are as follows:
New York City, March 15-16, 1909, W. S.
Budworth & Son, 424 West Fifty-second Street.
Philadelphia, March 12-13, i9°9; Charies F.
Haseltine, 1822 Chestnut Street. Boston, March
12-13, 1909, Stedman & Wiider, Trinity Place.
Chicago, March 12-13, 1909, W. Scott Thurber,
210 Wabash Avenue. Cincinnati, March 12-13,
1909, Traxei & Maas, 206 West Fourth Street.
Pittsburgh, March 15-16,1909, J. J. Giiiespie & Co.,
422 Wood Street.
Intemational Jury Meeting wiii be heid at Pitts-
burgh Aprii 8,1909,
and the Interna-
tionai Exhibition as
foiiows: Press view,
Aprii 28, 1909.
Opening of exhibi-
tion, Aprii 29, 1909.
Ciosing of exhibi-
tion, June 30, 1909.
BY F. L. STODDARD