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Illustrated catalogue ... annual
exhibition of the American ...



American Watercolor So
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Messrs. M. Knoedler & Co.

respectfully solicit a visit to their galleries, lately re-arrang-ed
with new and interesting



PAINTINGS




from the easels of the most noted foreign and American artists.
They also beg to call attention to their selection of Water-
color Paintin gs by eminent painters, as well as to a number of
high class Etchings and Engravings, the latest novelties of the
season.

170 Fifth Avenue,

Corner of 22D Street.



XHH HIGHEST AUTHORITIES ENDORSE

BIUIIIERD & AIIMSTROIIG'ii EHBROIDEftY M WASH SILKS,



Society of Decorative Art,
28 East 2ist St., N. Y.,

December 22d, 1885.
To the Brainerd & Armstrong Co.,

Dear Sirs .* — Having tested to a certain
extent your embroidery silks, and finding
them in color and texture eminently satis-
fiRCtory, the managers of the Society of
Decorative Art believe that you have found
the secret of £iist dves.

They believe it is no longer necessary to
the Society to be dependent on foreign
manufactures. And I have pleasure in
telling you that it has been decided by the
Board of Managers to give you the silk
thread business of the Society of Decorative
Art, entire, or so far as you are able to
meet its demands.

Congratulating you that your dyes stand
"fast " under the severest te^ts, I am
Very truly yours,

A. B. BLODGETT,
PretuUni qfiht Society of Decoraiive Art,



Extract from Report of the Judges ai the Fifty-
fourth Aftmtai Fair of the American Itutituie,

December, 1885.
title:
Wash Silks or Fast Colors for Art
Embroidery.

No. of Entry 1255, Department xix, Group 3.
Exhibitor, the Brainkrd & Armstkonc Co.

To THE Board of Managers,

Gentlemen : — After a full and impartial
examination of the article above described,
the undersigned Judges make report that :
"We have submitted these goods to a
severe test, and find that the colors, sub-
stantially, are non-fading. For the pur-
poses of Art Embroidery and Wash uses,
we consider the quality superior.'*

A Medal of Superiority awarded.

A true report of the copy on file.

JOHN W. CHAMBERS.



Also endersed and exclushely used by the Associated Artists of New Yoit.

AT«ld worthless imitations by talcing only skeins haying onr name and tieket.

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ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE

Nineteenth Annual Exhibition



— OF THE-



AMERICAN

WATER COLOR SOCIETY









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3|«230— NO THOROUGHFARE (Fragment)— 10x14— Leon Moran.
HELD AT THE GALLERIES OF THE

National Academy of Design,

COR. TWENTY.THIRD ST. & FOURTH AVE.



OPEN UNTIL FEBRUARY 27th.

NB:W YORK.

1886.



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Entarwl according to Act of CongrMS, in the yw 1886. by th« AMERICAN WATER COLOR SOCIETY, in th«
office of the Librarian of Congroat, at Waahington, 0. C.



Preas of Engravings by

John C. Rankin Jr., Mosa Engraving Co.,

34 Cortlandt St., 535 Pearl Street,

New Yorl(. New York.



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OFFICERS



•F THE



AMERICAN WATER COLOR SOCIETY.



1885-'86.



BOARD OF CONTROL AND JURY OF ADMISSION.

THOMAS W. WOOD, President.

HENRY FARRER, Secretary.

J. SYMINGTON, Treasurer.
FRED. W. FREER. THOS. MORAN.

JAMES D. SMILLIE. WM. H. LIPPINCOTT.



HANGING COMMITTEX.

C. Y. TURNER.

H. BOLTON JONES.

C. MORGAN MclLHENNEY.



CATALOGUE COHHITTEX.

F. S. CHURCH.
PERCY MORAN.
HENRY FARRER.



COMMITTEE ON DECORATIONS.

H. EDWARDS FICKEN.



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:|C4I4'THE MILL RACE— 14x19— J. Francis Murphy.



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CATALOGUE



VISITORS ARE CAUTIONED AGAINST TOUCHING FRAMES OR PICTURES.



Further Information in regard to Works for Sale, &c , may be had
AT the Desk in the Gallery.

All payments should be made before the close of the Exhibition, to

THE order of J. SYMINGTON^ Treasurer.

PRICES INCLUDE FRAMES.



NORTH GALLERY.



Nos, 1-9.



no. sl^bject, owner or price.


ARTIST.


I The Idle Wheel, ^250.00


. y. Symington,


{Illustration.)




2 A Summer Idyl, 60.00


. Ed, A. Bell.


3 Tessa, 40.00


. iMrs. L. Steele Kellogg.


4 Frnit and Wine, 50.00


. Geo. E. Morris.


5 The Old Spring House, 200. co


. E.H.Ruffner.


6 Off Fastnet Light, Irish




Coast, 300.00


. Henry P. Smith.


7 Road to the Mill, 60.00


. /. Francis Murphy,


8 Woods in Winter, 50.00


. Chas. IVarren Eaton.


9 St tidy of a Head,


. M. C. Barker.



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No*. 10-33.



NORTH GALLERY.



NO. Kl'BJECT. OWNER OB PBICE.


ARTIST.


10 "/I Band of Thieves,






Cheyenue Indians, watch






inga Wagon Train—Col-






orado,'' ^250.CX)


Charles Craig.


II Carnations,


25.(X>


Emma E. Lampert.


12 A Honfleitr Alley,


65.CX)


Charles A. Piatt.


13 French Shrivip IVomen,


125.00


Walter Satterlee.


14 November,




Jervis McEntee.


1 5 Evening on the Hudson,


1 50.00


/, F. Cropsey,


{^Illustration,)






16 " From days of old, when






Knights ivere bold,''


75.00


S. G, Norton.


17 Fruit,


28.00


H. F. Sajvyer.


18 '' Tlie Good Book,"


135-00


Bleecker N. Mitchill.


19 A Summer Day,


75.00


Irving R. Wiles.


20 Drift Wood,


150.00


Alfred Fredericks.


2 1 A bit of our new Park,






Ford/iam,


100.00


George Holston.


22 Mussel Gatherers^ Finis*






terre^


125.00


Geo. Wharton Edwards,


23 The Hemlocks,


100.00


Edwin A. Moore.


24 Fisherman's Home,


75.00


F. K. M. Rehn.


25 The Wounded Dog,


300.00


J. Alden Weir.


26 Looe Bridge, Cornwall,


100.00


Arthur Quart ley.


27 The Wurm Canal, near






Schleisheim, Ba.,


100.00


B. R. Fits.


28 Stormy Day, Kaatzvijk,






Holland,


125.00


Geo. Wharton Edwards.


29 A dele,


100.00


Mrs. E. L. S. Adams.


30 Evening,


20D 00


Henry Farrer.


31 Brush Burning on Long






Island,


200.00


Edward Mora


32 November in the Woods,


250.00


Wm. Bliss Baker.


11 A Sunday Morning along






the Quay,


200.00


F. Hopkinson Smith.


{Illustration.)







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71— THE FOG BELL— 3CX 1 6— Robert F. Bloodciood.



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NORTH GALLERY.



Nob. 34-56.



70 00
75.00



275.00
150.00
150.00

150.00
300.00



NO. SUBJBOT. OWNER OR PRICE.

34 Her Grace ^ ^5.00

35 Sweet Girl Gradtiate^ 65.00

36 On the Tftames, from

Hampton Court Palacey

37 Sunset on the Sounds

38 June,

(lilttstraHon.)

39 Marshy Latids,

40 Reminiscence,

41 Early Spring,

42 From the Crags of Glenn

Eyrie, Colorado,

43 Old Scituate, Mass. ,

44 ''Through Luther Butlers

Orchard, liome to Tangle-
wood^'" 50.00

45 Sunset Sky, 125.00

46 Wanted— For Adoption, 500.00

(Illustratim.)

47 A Hillside in October, 145.00

(Illmtratum.)

48 November, 50.00

49 By the Brook, 250.00

50 A Gray Morning, Patch-

ogue, L, /., 250.00

5 1 *' Barney's Joy,'' Nonqnitt,

Mass., 35.00

52 Rainy Twilight, 100.00

53 Van Court landt Lake, 75.00

54 " Thisbe," 80.00

55 Raymond's Mill, 150.00

56 Fishermen's Huts, Quogue,

/:. /., 30.00



ABnST.

Florence A. Francis.
Mrs. E. L. S. Adams.

Henry F. Spread.
Wm. C. Fitter.
William T. Smedley.

R. M. ShurtUff.
Bruce Cram.
W. S. Bucklin.

Frank T. Lent.
A. T. Bricher.



Agnes D. Abbatt.
Oliver H. Perry.
A. M. Turner.

C. Harry Eaton.

Robert F. Bloodgood.
Wm. Bliss Baker.

A. T. Br idler.

Mrs. S. N. Carter.
C. Graham.
Wm. C. Fitler.
M. L. Stone.
Edward C Cabot.

Robert F. Bio od in



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No». 57-79.



NOBTH GALLERY.





ARTIHT.


57 " Where soft gray clouds
drop against the sea,"


^65.00


Carlton T. Chapma?i,


{^Illustration.)






58 Solitude,


450.00


Edward Moran.


59 Twilight in the Rafnapo
Valley,


350.00


Krttseman van Elten,


{Illustration >^






60 " Girls Aloner


1 50.00


C W. Conant


61 Winter Morning, near
Jacksonville,


50.00


M. Seymour.


62 Alligator Head,


150.00


F. S, Cozzens.


61 An August Morning,


30.00


Wm.J. Whitlemore.


64 A Sunny Gray Day,
Holland,


135.00


Charles A. Piatt.


65 A Quiet Hour,


50.00


F. K. M, Rehn.


66 Fruit,


40.00


Claude R. Hirst.


67 Zephyr,


135.00


Mrs./. A If or d House.


6% An October Morning,


• • .


Thomas B. Craig.


69 'Longshore,


50.00


Harry Beard.


70 A Summer Afternoon^


500.00


W. T. Richards.


{Illustration,)






71 The Fog Bell,


100.00


Robert F. Bloodgood.


{Illustration.)






72 Fruit,


50.00


Emma E. Lampert.


73 '' Day's Parting Benedic-
tion;'


75.00


Florence Este.


74 Twilight and the Day
Between,


1 50.00


Chas. Melville Dewey.


7S A Decorative Head,


85.00


Walter Salter lee.


76 '' After the Bali:'


• • •


Wm. H. Hyde.


{Illustrmtion.)






77 Roses,


15.00


C K. Herrick.


78 In the Woods at Valley
Stream,


125.00


Oliver H. Perry.


79 Chrysanthemums,


30.00


S. G. Norton,



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3ki28-MORNING ON THE DOWNS— i6x24-Wm. J. Whittemore.



.*i95— INCENSE— loxij— Irving R. Wiles.



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NORTH GALLERY,


No%. 80-107


NO. SUB/BOT. OWNBB OB PRIOE.


ABTIST.


80 Pond Lilies,


^45.cx3


Amy Cross.


Si An Open Field,


25.00


Wm.J. Whittemore.


82 Summer'time,


100.00


Alice Hirschberg,


83 " After a day of cloud






and rain,*


100.00


Henry Farrer.


84 The Lost Stitch, J. S. Kennedy,


T. W, Wood.


85 Turkish Ewer-bearer,


125.00


Walter Satterlee.


86 Polly, a Centenarian^


65.00


E. M. Wilson.


87 Winter Effect,


50.00


W. C Bauer.


88 A Rocky Shore, Low Tide^


35.00


Wm.f. Whittemore.


89 Water Mill,


75.00


Ed A. Bell.


90 A November Day,


100.00


Henry Farrer.


91 " y^//;// /%^^^," //. De V. Williams,


Alice Hirschberg.


92 Podding Peas,


50.00


Mrs. E. L. S. Adams.


93 Flowers,


25.00


A. T. Moorehead.


94 /7V/j/ Daisies,


30.00


Harriet Ripley.


95 ^^j^j.


40.00


Henry W. Parton.


96 Winter Sunset,


125.00


W, C. Bauer.


gj An Afternoon in Venice,


200.00


Henry P. Smith.


98 Picking Mountain Laurel,


100.00


J. Wells Cliampney.


99 ''Amid that flush of






crimson light,






The new moon's modest






bow grows bright^'


650.00


Henry Farrer.


i(X) Study of Kneeling Figure,


1 50.00


fohn fohnston.


10 1 Fleur-de-Lis,


50.00


Harriet Ripley,


102 Asters,


35.00


Helen W. Hooker.


103 Garnered Fields,


1 50.00


Chas. Melville Dewey.


104 " Beggar Love^''


75.00


Rudolph F. Bunner.


105 ^ Tile Kiln— Study from






Nature,


50.00


R. Swain Giffbrd.


T06 S«/ij^/,


50.00


H. W. Ranger.


107 " 7%^ ^^r/// A^i/A ^ttW/^j






oj /A^ «/^i/^r Atfj." —






Shakespeare,


75.00


John Johnston,



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N08. 108-132.



NORTE GALLERY.



NO. SUBJaOT. OWMSB OB VtOCE.

08 Woods near Cedarhurst^

09 Sketch at Cedarhursty

10 Rough Sky Terrier, ''Rag-

1 1 Tablinum of the Casadella

Caccia,

12 Evening^

13 Autumn, Hastings-on-Hud-

son,

14 Preparing the Sermon^

15 Stacking Salt Hay, Bar-

ton,

16 Lumberman's Camp,

17 Rough Sport in the Vose-

mitCy
iS An Interested Spectator,

(Illi4Stration.)

ig At Noon-time,

20 When Evening Cometh on,

21 A Helping Hand, Hol-

land,

22 Bubbles,

23 November,

24 Lobster Fishers,

25 Evening Reverie,

26 The Bloom of a Night,
2y An East River Front,

28 Morning on the Downs,

{lilustraiiim,)

29 Cattle^

30 TA^ Helping Hand,

{liiHstraHon.)

31 (7>2^jj/ Cai«/,

32 Evening on '^ Blooming
Grove Creek^' Pa,,



ARTIST.



^80.00
80.00


. Oliver H Perry.
. Oliver H. Perry.


40.00


. Mrs. S. N. Carter.


12.00

75.00


. . S. M. Freeborne.
. George R. Shaw.


25.00
40.00


. Ben. Foster.

. H.A.F.Dieterich.


100.00
30.00


. George Holston.

. Miss M. K. Longfellow.


175.00
350.00


. James D. Smillie,
. Alice Hirschberg.


90.00
150.00


. C. Harry Eaton.

. Wedworth Wadsworth.


200.00
150.00
150.00
750.00
300.00

90.00
100.00

60.00


. H.Keever.

. W. S. Bucklin.

. J. Francis Murphy.

. Hamilton Hamilton.

. W. S. Bucklin.

. J. Thomson Willing.

. H. W. Ranger.

. Wm.J. Whittemore.


100.00
600.00


. Horatio Walker.
. T. W. Wood.


100.00


. H. Winthrop Peirce.


75.00


. I,. Woodtpardf



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*I53— *' INCENSE "—19x3c— C. D. Weldon.



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NORTH GALLERY,



Nos, 133-143



KO.



SUBJECT.



OWNER OR PRICE.



133 T/ie Trottfs Retreat, Sso.oo

134 Dreamy Autumn, 50.00

135 The Marsh Road^ 45.00

136 ShipYard at New London^ 100.00

137 A New Jersey Marshy 20.00

138 Mulhanys Castle, on the

Erie Canal, 50.CO

1 39 Winter Evening on Green

Brook, N. /., 50.00

140 Tfie Brook, 50.00

141 Study of Snowballs, 25.00

142 Old Court-yard, Venice, 300.00

143 Pansies,



ARTIST.

Mary A. Phipps.
Mrs. E. L. S. Adams.
Chas. A. Walker.
R. M. Shurtleff.
Ernest S. Pease,

Newton A. Wells.

W. C. Bauer.
C. E. Porter,
S, B. Stewart.
Sara Bascom Gilbert.
Lillie Cropsey.



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545— STUDY OF STILL LIFE— 185^x14— Julia Poindexter.



EAST GALLERY, aos. ^,,-^s,.



KO.



SUBJECT.



144 A Grassy Lane^Judca^

Conn,,

145 June,

146 Back Yard, Holland,

147 Sketch,

148 On the Foot-hills, Idaho^

149 My Neighbor s Garden,

1 50 A Ruined Cottage near

BoiS'le-Roi, France,

151 An A ndalusian Song,

152 Early Spring,

153 " Incense,''

(Illustraiion.)

1 54 Sheep Pasture, Normandy,



OWNEB OB PRICK.


ABTIST.


#85.CXD


W, Hamilton Gibson,


75.00


J. Wells Cliampney.


80.00


Nico Bastert.


25.00


M. De Forest Bolmer.


25.00


Miss S, T, Onderdonk,


50.00


Mrs. Julia Dillon.


25.00


Robert J. Wickenden,


100.00


Walter Satterlee.


15.00


Wm.J. Whittemore,


300.00


CD, Weldon.



i2;.oo



Geo, Wharton Edwards,



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5|C402— ON APPLEDORE ISLAND, ISLES OF SHOALS— 22x30—
Wm. Mag rath.







*2i3— NANKI POO AND YUM YUM— 10x13— Rudolph F- Bunnbr.



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EAST GALLERY.


No^. i55->7p.


NO. HUBJBOT.


OWmSB OB PRICE.


ABTIST.


155 On the Maltibesettey


^75.00 .


Edwin A. Moore.


1 56 Sketch on the River,


50.00


Oliver H. Perry.


157 Tfie Pioneer,


50.00


Otto Heinigke.


158 Primroses,


20.00


Mary A. Phipps,


159 The Quiet Path,


40.00


E. M. Scott.


160 Washing ''Pilchards;'


' Corn-




wall^


50.00


Arthur Quart ley.


161 The Meadow,


125.00


W. C. Bauer.


162 Peasant Orchard,


75.00


Ed A. Bell.



163 Venice — View from the

Riva di Schiavone, 1 50.00

164 An Old Window of the

County Constable* s Cot-
tagey Monmouth, Eng-
land,

165 A Handful of Cloves,

166 Geraldine,

167 Winter Moonrise,

168 The Calves,

169 A Bright November Noon, 60.00

170 Head,

171 Le Marque Roses,

172 Sunday Morning, Dor-

drecht^

173 Lake Beauporty

174 A Wet Morning,

175 -/4 Milldam^ Howard Co.,

Md.,

176 Decorative Panel,

177 A Madrid Dancing Girl,

178 Clouds with Silver Lin-

ings,

179 The Desolate, Rainy Sea,



Thofnas W. Shields.



30.00


M. Eugenia Ely.


10.00


. C. K. Herrick.


100.00


. Frank Fowler.


150.00


. Walter L. Palmer.


125.00


. J. William Pattison.


60.00


Archie R. Gray.


80.00


Charters Williamson.


75.00


. E. M. Scott.


200.00


F. Hopkinson Smith.


125.00


. H. W. Ranger.


85.00


. Carlton T. Chapman.


150.00


. HughNeweU.


100.00


. Mrs. L. Steele Kellogg.


• •


. Wm. M. Chase.


125.00


. H. W. Ranger.


65.00


. Carlton T. Chapman.



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180 Wet Day at Dieppe,


^75.00


F. Rollin Smith.


1 8 1 Blossoms of A utumn.


50.00


Ada H. Kent.


182 October—Old Bridge, N J


^, 85.00


James C. Thom.


183 A Hazy Morning, Dord-






recht,


200.00


F, Hopkinson Smith.


184 Coast of New England


400.00


M. F. H. de Haas,


185 Perles du Jardin,


55.00


Amy Cross.


186 Old Wharves, East Glou-






cester,


50.00


Carlton T. Chapman.


187 A Shoshone Lodge,


25.00


Miss S. T. Onderdonk.


188 Azaleas,


20.00


M, V. Griffith Tallman


189 Head,


100.00


Frank Fowler.


190 Autumn,


100.00


Bruce Crane.


191 77/^ Rivals,


250.00


Fred, James.


192 67;i Mr Wfj/ Branch of






the Delaware,


125.00


Julian Rix.


193 Still Life,


15.00


C. E. Van Gorder.


194 -^ Northward Glimpse






from Washington, Conn,,


90.00


W. Hamilton Gibson.


195 Incense,


65.00


Irving R, Wiles.


{lUuslratian.)






196 TVi?/ Fallow Land, June,


90.00


W. Hamilton Gibson.


197 The end of the Toilet,


200.00


Percy Moran.


198 Pansies,


30.00


M, Brown.


199 Fisher Boats ^


150.00


Ross Turner.


200 -ff^ir^ November,


100.00


Robert C Minor,


20 1 Looking up the Lane,






Judea, Conn,,


90.00


W. Hamilton Gibson,


202 Pasture, in Spring,


100.00


J. William Pattison,


203 Chemung Valley Scenery,


125.00


Geo. H. Smillie.


204 /« /A^ Gardens of the






Luxembourg,


20.00


George Gibson.


205 Amabel^


50.00


Percival De Luce.


206 Cotton Balls


20.00


E. Fenner.



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