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    Oil Paintings by Brooklyn and Long Island Artists

    • Dates: November 21, 1930 through January 2, 1931
    • Collections: American Art
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    • November 6, 1930: To the Editor:

      Long Island and Brooklyn Artists are being given a special exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum beginning Saturday, November 22nd, and continuing through until the first of the year. This is the first exhibition of this kind that has been held at the Museum as far as the records show. The work is that of living men who have their residences or studios on the Island. This exhibition is in line with the plans the Museum has to extend its facilities allover the Island and provide special travelling shows to visit communities which show an interest in the kind of thing the Museum has to offer.

      Appended is a list of the artists who make up the exhibition. (We have added their address so that the papers in the different communities can pick those represented from their community)

      We should also like to call your attention to the fact that Miss Jean Page of the Museum Staff will give a talk on the Exhibition over Station WNYC at 7:10 P.M. on Friday, December 5th.

      Very truly yours,

      ARTHUR H. TORREY

      AHT:FS

      List of Painters in Brooklyn-Long Island Exhibition at Brooklyn Museum

      Khosrov Ajootian; Brooklyn
      Eleanor C. Bannister; Brooklyn
      Rutledge Bate; Brooklyn
      Charlotte Blass; Douglaston
      Fega Blumberg; Brooklyn
      Carle Michel Boog; Brooklyn
      Henry W. Busing; Brooklyn
      Charles Carlson; Brooklyn
      Harry Carlson; Brooklyn
      Hy Cohen; Brooklyn
      Glenn O. Coleman; Long Beach
      McVey Cother; Brooklyn
      B. L. Cuming; Brooklyn
      Fred Cuming; Brooklyn
      John Cunning; Brooklyn
      William Steeple Davis; Orient
      Lionel Deane; Brooklyn
      M. G. Debonnet; Bayside
      Frederick K. Detwiller; Brooklyn
      Benjamin Eggleston; Brooklyn
      Paula Eliasoph; Jamaica
      Walter Farndon; Douglaston
      Bena Frank; Brooklyn
      Kate Mann Franklin; Flushing
      Arnold Friedman; Brooklyn
      George W. Gage; Brooklyn
      Wood Gaylor; Brooklyn
      Maitland E. Graves; Lynbrook
      Elizabeth W. Hamilton; Brooklyn
      E. Grace Hanks; Brooklyn
      Abraham Harriton; Sunnyside
      Arnold H. Haverlee; Brooklyn
      A. C. Henshaw; Brooklyn
      Harry Hering; Brooklyn
      Max Hermann; Brooklyn
      Arthur Turnbull Hill; East Hampton
      Stefan Hirsch; Brooklyn
      Milton Horn; Brooklyn
      Whitney M. Hubbard; Greenport
      L. Huber; Jamaica
      Lucy W. Hurry; Hempstead
      John Wells James; Brooklyn
      Anders D. Johansen; Brooklyn
      Ruth Jonas; Brooklyn
      Eugene Jones; Brooklyn
      Leon Foster Jones; Port Jefferson
      Nell Choate Jones; Brooklyn
      Julia Kelly; Great Neck
      Hamilton King; East Hampton
      James Knox; Brooklyn
      Benjamin Kopman; Brooklyn
      Doris Barsky Kreindler; Brooklyn
      Mary Kumpf; Brooklyn
      S. Lanza; Brooklyn
      Myron Lechay; Brooklyn
      William R. Leigh; Brooklyn
      Ruth Light; Bellaire
      Alice G. Locke; Flushing
      Katherine A. Lovell; Brooklyn
      Harold Lund; Brooklyn
      Nicolas S. Macsoud; Brooklyn
      Louise Buckingham Mansfield; Brooklyn
      William F. Matthews; Brooklyn
      Bela Mayer; Port Washington
      Ralph Mayer; Brooklyn
      J. P. Rickard; Bayside
      Edward Herbert Miner; Westbury
      Sigvard M. Mohn; Brooklyn
      C. Gunnar Molin; Brooklyn
      Frank Mura; Seaford
      Joseph Newman; Brooklyn
      Aida Pederefsky; Brooklyn
      William A. Patty; Brooklyn
      Agnes Pelton; Water Mill
      Clara Fairfield Perry; Brooklyn
      Raymond Perry; Brooklyn
      Bernhof Peterson; Brooklyn
      Eugen H. Petersen; Brooklyn
      Carlotta Petrina; Brooklyn
      John Petrina; Brooklyn
      Victor Petry; Douglastn
      A. Phillips; Brooklyn
      Cipe Pineles; Brooklyn
      Ogden M. Pleissner; Brooklyn
      Maud H. Purdy; Brooklyn
      Fred Pye; Astoria
      Surica S. Rein; Seaford
      Charles M. Relyea; Flushing
      Agnes M. Richmond; Brooklyn
      Harry Roseland; Brooklyn
      Samuel Rothbart; East Hempstead
      Robert K. Ryland; Brooklyn
      Maré Sassé; Brooklyn
      Rudolf Scheffler; Brooklyn
      Hanns T. Scheidacket; Brooklyn
      Andrew T. Schwartz; Brooklyn
      Augusta Sittig; Brooklyn
      W. E. Spader; Jamaica
      William Starkweather; Brooklyn
      Beaulah Stevenson; Brooklyn
      H. Stanley Todd; Huntington
      Jennings Tafel; Brooklyn
      Emilia A. Traverso; Brooklyn
      Herman Trunk, Jr.; Brooklyn
      Winthrop Turney; Brooklyn
      Louis J. Urich; Elmhurst
      Maurice Van Felix; Brooklyn
      Charles Vezin; Brooklyn
      John von Wicht; Brooklyn
      Henry Wellington Wack; Brooklyn
      A. Walkowitz; Brooklyn
      Hans Axel Walleen; Brooklyn
      Max Weber; Brooklyn
      Edmond Weill; Brooklyn
      Isabel L. Whitney; Brooklyn
      Robert J. Wickenden; Brooklyn
      Keith Shaw Williams; Brooklyn
      Loris A. Withers; Port Washington
      Arthur W. Woelfle; Brooklyn
      Charles Lennox Wright; Bayside

      Brooklyn Museum Archives. Records of the Department of Public Information. Press releases, 1916 - 1930. 10-12_1930, 170-3.

    • November 12, 1930: To the Art Editor:

      It will not be possible to have an advance review by your department before the Morning of November 19th, as the material for the next painting exhibition will not be on hand and in reviewable shape until then. However, we are doing our best to have it ready by Wednesday, so that the review can appear in the Sunday edition on the 23rd, two days after the opening.

      This new exhibition will be the work of living artists whose residence or studios are in Brooklyn or on Long Island.

      We hope that you will be able to come for an advance review but in any case we will hope to see you at the opening which is on Friday the 21st with the usual afternoon tea.

      Very truly yours,

      ARTHUR H. TORREY

      AHT:FS

      Brooklyn Museum Archives. Records of the Department of Public Information. Press releases, 1916 - 1930. 10-12_1930, 162. View Original

    • November 12, 1930: The next large and important exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum will be the first of its kind ever held. It is a show being arranged by the Museum authorities of the work of artists who either live or have their working studios in Brooklyn or Long Island. The entire show will be composed of oil paintings by living artists. Practically all of the exhibits will be recent work.

      The exhibition will open on November 21st to the artists: Museum members and their guests. The public opening will be on Saturday, November 22nd and the show will continue through January 1st.

      The list of the exhibiting artists is attached:
      Khosrov Ajootian
      Eleanor C. Bannister
      Rutledge Bate
      Clara Louise Bell
      Charlotte Blass
      Fega Blumberg
      Mons Breidvik
      Carle Michel Boog
      Frederick J. Boston
      Henry W. Busing
      Charles Carlson
      Harry Carlson
      Hy Cohen
      Fred Cuming
      B. L. Cuming
      John Cunning
      William Steeple Davis
      Lionel Deane
      M. G. Debonnet
      Frederick K. Detwiller
      Benjamin Eggleston
      Paula Eliasoph
      Walter Farndon
      Bena Frank
      Kate Mann Franklin
      Maitland E. Graves
      Elizabeth W. Hamilton
      E. Grace Hanks
      Arnold H. Haverlee
      A. C. Henshaw
      Harry Hering
      Max Hermann
      Arthur Turnbull Hill
      Stefan Hirsch
      Milton Horn
      Whitney M. Hubbard
      Lucy W. Hurry
      John Wells James
      Ruth Jonas
      Eugene Jones
      Leon Foster Jones
      Nell Choate Jones
      Oscar Julius
      Julia Kelly
      Hamilton King
      James Knox
      Benjamin Kopman
      Doris Barsky Kreindler
      Mary Kumpf
      Myron Lechay
      William R. Leigh
      Ruth Light
      Alice G. Locke
      Katherine A. Lovell
      Harold Lund
      Nicolas S. Macsoud
      Louise Buckingham Mansfield
      William F. Matthews
      Ralph Mayer
      Bela Mayer
      J. P. Rickard
      Edward Herbert Miner
      Sigvard M. Mohn
      C. Gunnar Molin
      Frank Mura
      Joseph Newman
      Aida Pederefsky
      William A. Patty
      Agnes Pelton
      Clara Fairfield Perry
      Raymond Perry
      Bernhof Peterson
      Eugen H. Petersen
      Carlotta Petrina
      John Petrina
      Victor Petry
      A. Phillips
      Cipe Pineles
      Ogden M. Pleissner
      Maud H. Purdy
      Fred Pye
      Surica S. Rein
      Charles M. Relyea
      Agnes M. Richmond
      Harry Roseland
      Samuel Rothbart
      Robert K. Ryland
      Maré Sassé
      Edith Sawyer
      Hanns T. Scheidacker
      Rudolf Scheffler
      Andrew T. Schwartz
      Augusta Sittig
      W. E. Spader
      William Starkweather
      Beaulah Stevenson
      Stanley Todd
      Jennings Tafel
      Emilia A. Traverso
      Herman Trunk, Jr.
      Winthrop Turney
      Louis J. Urich
      Charles Vezin
      John von Wicht
      Henry Wellington Wack
      A. Walkowitz
      Hans Axel Walleen
      Edmond Weill
      Isabel L. Whitney
      Loris A. Withers
      Arthur W. Woelfle

      Brooklyn Museum Archives. Records of the Department of Public Information. Press releases, 1916 - 1930. 10-12_1930, 163-4. View Original 1 . View Original 2

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