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Exhibitions during N. C. Wyeth's lifetime

A number to the left of a title was printed in the catalogue or folder that accompanied the exhibition. Numbers to the right reference the printed catalogue raisonné number (Scala Publishers, 2008); and in ( )s the NCW study number.

 

Baltimore, MD, 1931
Baltimore Museum of Art
First Baltimore Pan American Exhibition of Contemporary Painting
Jan. 15-Feb. 28, 1931

31. My MotherP.32 (131)



Boston, MA, 1912
Society of Odd Brushes (Boston Art Club)
Third Exhibition of the Society of Odd Brushes
Feb. 17 - March 2, 1912

1. Old PewI.334 (13)
2. Long John Silver and HawkinsI336 (18)
3. Bill Bones and Black DogI.333 (14)
4. Hawkins Leaves HomeI.335 (19)
5. The Treasure CaveI.345 (151)
6. The PoacherI.303 (1040)
7. The Ski-runner I.302 (242)

References: Exhibition folder (AAA microfilm, reel MB506, frame 7535); clipping from unidentified Boston newspaper, dated about Feb. 16. 1912; NCW to 3/13/12, WFA

 

 

Boston, MA, 1921

School of Fine Arts and Crafts, Inc.
(exhibition title unknown)
Nov. - Dec. 1921

John Alden and Miles StandishI.798 (1125)
John AldenI.799 (1129)
The Indian Defies the PilgrimsI.801(1130)
Treasure Hunters, book lining for Westward Ho!I.826 (274)
The White WitchI.831 (195)
The Mother of the HeroI.159 (1267)
The Battle with the ArmadaI.840 (272)
The Castaway, cover inlay for Robinson CrusoeI.808 (158)
Crusoe Reaps his BarleyI.817 (270)
The English Sailor and the CannibalsI.823 (1239)
Crusoe Reads the BibleI.816 (1236)
Crusoe Hews Himself a BoatI.822 (162)
The Castaways on the Beach, book lining forI.710 (429)
Mysterious Island
King Arthurposs.   I.660 (75)
In Holyrood ForestI.615 (249)
On the Galleon, from Westward Ho!I.839 (286)

 

References: "Wyeth's Illustrations / Pictures by an Able American Romanticist,"

Boston Evening Transcript, Nov. 28, 1921 (BRM library); NCW to Sidney M. Chase, 12/19/1921, WFA; also correspondence between NCW and Philadelphia Art Alliance (Van Pelt Library, University of Pennsylvania) which directs Art Alliance, after close of Philadelphia, PA, 1921, to return canvases to Boston because they were needed for exhibition; School of Fine Arts and Crafts and Design opened under Katherine B. Child at 102 Fenway, Boston, in 1913; various names and addresses to ca. 1942.

 

 

Boston, MA, 1922
Boston City Club
Exhibition of Illustrative Paintings by N. C. Wyeth<
Dec. 11, 1922 - Jan. 8, 1923

number of paintings: approx. 30
Speak for Yourself, JohnI.800 (1128)
The Discovery of the FootprintI.819 (338)
Miles Standish Draws First BloodI.804 (1124)

 

References: reconstruction from Boston Post clipping, dated Dec. 15, 1922 (BRM library, scrapbook E); "Wyeth's Paintings / Boston City Club Exhibit Displays Work of Well-Known Artist and Illustrator," Boston Evening Transcript, Dec. 16, 1922; "Rotogravure" section, Boston Sunday Herald, Dec. 24, 1922; exhibition announcement (BRM library)

 

 

Boston, MA, 1923
Boston Public Library
(exhibition title unknown)
April, 1923
(no list of work included available)

 

Boston, MA, 1923
Unitarian Laymen's League (Unity House, 7 Park Square)
(exhibition title unknown)
Dec. 24, 1923 -

1. The ChildI.937 (240)
2. The LeavenI.938 (881)
3. The NetI.940 (636)
4. The Barren Fig TreeI.942 (878)
5. The Hidden TreasureI.939 (885)
6. The Secret Growth of the SeedI.941 (637)

 

References: exhibition pamphlet (BRM library); "Wyeth's Paintings of the Parables Shown," Boston Post, Dec. 26, 1923 (BRM library); undated and unidentified newspaper clipping (Art Department, Boston Public Library)

 

 

Boston, MA, 1930
St. Botolph Club
An Exhibition of Illustrations for The Odyssey by N. C. Wyeth
Jan. 17-Feb. 1, 1930

1. Odysseus and Penelope ReunitedI.1107 (1784)
2. Circe and the SwineI.1099 (1780)
3. The Boar HuntI.1104 (1782)
4. Eumaeus, the SwineherdI.1102 (1231)
5. Odysseus in the Land of the DeadI.1100 (1781)
6. Odysseus and CalypsoI.1096 (1773)
7. Polyphemus, the CyclopsI.1098 (1779)
8. Proteus, the Old Man of the SeaI.1095 (1777)
9. The Raft of OdysseusI.1097 (1778)
10. Telemachus in the Chariot of NesterI.1094 (1776)
11. The SirensI.1101 (588)
12. The Trial of the BowI.1105 (1783)
13. The Beggars' FightI.1103 (1229)
14. The Slaughter of the SuitorsI.1106 (1230)
15. AtheneI.1093 (1775)
16. The Mourning PenelopeI.1092 (1774)

 

References: Exhibition folder (BRM library)

 

 
Brooklyn, NY, 1920
Art Gallery, Pratt Institute
Exhibition of Paintings and Illustrations by N. C. Wyeth
Feb. 13-March 6, 1920

1. Illustration for Celtic Legend
2. The Magician
3. A Sea Tragedy
4. The Marksman
5. The Black Dragon - A Sailor's YarnI.560 (1038)
6. Illustration for Icelandic Saga
7. The Lovers
8. Medieval Tragedy
9. Iron Worker - The Villain in the StoryI.729 (573)
10. Sir Launcelot and the Dead Queen GuenevereI.674 (232)
11. The Signal to the Castleprob.   I.665 (30)
12. The Fight near the Blasted TreeI.668 (434)
13. The Death of TristramI.669 (176)
4. The Fugitivesprob.   I.462 (1243)
15. Mr. Balfour of the House of ShawsI.466 (983)
16. The Death of Sir DanielI.619 (26)
17. Dick and Lawless in Holyrood ForestI.615 (249)
18. Dick Spreads the AlarmI.606 (394)
19. The WeddingI.616 (796)
20. Crookback Fights Eight AssailantsI.617 (230)
21. Crossing the FensI.608 (1801)
22. The Wounded SpearmanI.611 (248)
23. Captain NemoI.724 (1791)
24. The Flight of the Bird MessengerI.719 (325)
25. Cover Lining for the Mysterious IslandI.710 (429)
26. The Rescue of Captain HardingI.713 (323)
27. The SurvivorsI.725 (494)

 

References: Exhibition folder (BRM library); NCW letter 2/26/1920, WFA

 

 

Brunswick, ME, 1945
Bowdoin College Museum of Art
(exhibition title unknown)
June, 1945

In Penobscot Bay L.225 (331)

 

References: Newspaper accounts and letters suggest that 5 paintings were exhibited during Commencement, 1945; 3 paintings of the Maine coast and 2 paintings from Trending Into Maine. The only painting to be identified is "In Penobscot Bay" which was purchased "off the wall"; for an account of N. C. Wyeth's visit to Bowdoin, see Philip C. Beam, Personal Recollections of the Museum of Art and the Department of Art at Bowdoin College (Brunswick, ME:Bowdoin College Museum of Art, 1991), p. 36; Bowdoin College Bulletin, no. 281 (May, 1946) states that there were "5 tempera paintings exhibited."

 

 

Chicago, IL, 1929
The Art Institute of Chicago
42nd Annual Exhibition of American Paintings and Sculpture<
Oct. 24-Dec. 8, 1929

207. Pennsylvania Barn L.159 (797)

 

 

Chicago, IL, 1931
The Art Institute of Chicago
44th Annual Exhibition of American Paintings and Sculpture<
Oct.29-Dec. 13, 1931

216. My Grandfather's HouseL.161 (953)

 

 

Chicago, IL, 1932
The Art Institute of Chicago
45th Annual Exhibition of American Paintings and Sculpture
Oct. 27, 1932-Jan. 2, 1933

213. The Red PungP.36 (52)

 

 

Chicago, IL, 1935
The Art Institute of Chicago
46th Annual Exhibition of American Paintings and Sculpture
Oct. 24-Dec. 8, 1935

233. Dying WinterL.178 (408)

 

 

Chicago, IL, 1943
The Art Institute of Chicago
>Art Director Club of Chicago, Exhibition of Advertising Art
March 1-31, 1943

Bringing in the EarsC.166 (243)
Great Spirit of the CornlandsC.167 (1032)

 

References: exhibition catalogue

 

 

Clearwater, FL, 1941
Clearwater Art Museum
(exhibition title unknown)
Possibly March 11-April 2, 1941

 

References: unidentified clipping, "Wyeth's Art for Yearling Shown in Florida," (BRM, cata. rais. files); NCW to Peter Hurd, March 11, 1941, WFA

 

 

Cleveland, OH, 1921
Cleveland School of Art
(exhibition title unknown)
Nov., 1921

The Mayflower, book lining for Courtship of Miles StandishI.797 (1126)
Miles Standish, cover inlayI.642 (712)
Departure of the MayflowerI.802 (1131)
Why don't you speak for yourself, John?I.800 (1128)
John Alden and PriscillaI.803 (1127)
Cover design, Westward Ho!I.825 (273)
The City of the True CrossI.809 (1285)
John OxenhamI.828 (432)
Wild Irish WomanI.833 (1028)
Amyas and John BrimblecombI.832 (1195)
Rose of TorridgeI.829 (1365)
Robinson Crusoe, book liningI.810 (1238)
Crusoe Records His LandingI.814 (113)
Man Friday Prostrates Himself Before CrusoeI.821 (1240)
Crusoe Sails About His IslandI.818 (1237)
Crusoe Rescued I.824 (1241)
The Messenger of the AirI.719 (325)
Rescue of Captain HardingI.713 (323)
Captain NemoI.724 (1791)
Crusoe and the FootprintI.819 (338)

 

References: documentation for the exhibition comes from letters found among archives of the Philadelphia Art Alliance (Van Pelt Library, University of Pennsylvania), NCW directing canvases to be sent to Ohio at close of Oct. 1921 exhibition in Philadelphia.

 

 

Fitchburg, MA, 1940
Fitchburg Art Center
Original Illustrations by N. C. Wyeth
Feb. 1-29, 1940

The VigilI.1276 (752)
The Yearling, endpaper illus.I.1270 (499)
Jody and FlagI.1283 (811)
Jody and the Flutter MillI.1271 (846)
The Fight with Old SlewfootI.1272 (920)
The Forresters Go To TownI.1281 (837)
one additional painting from The Yearling
three paintings from Men of Concord
five paintings from Trending Into Maine

 

References: Exhibition list constructed from notice in Fitchburg Sentinel, Feb. 6, 1940, p. 6, which mentions "seven originals of the illustrations made by Mr. Wyeth for Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings' Pulitzer Prize winning novel The Yearling, three paintings from Men of Concord and five from Trending Into Maine; The Fitchburg Art Center News Bulletin, vol. 1, number 1 (Feb. 1940)

 

 

Haverhill, MA, 1913
North Congregational Church
First Annual Exhibition of Paintings by Noted American Illustrators
April, 1913

The ArtistI.321 (901)
The SaxonsI.319 (156)
Wounded Dispatch BearerI.426 (766)
The InvadersI.428 (23)
Captain Bones Routs Black-DogI.333 (14)
Three Wise Men(unidentified)
The Fisher(unidentified)
The VidetteI.299 (21)
Rainy Day in CampI.369 (665)
Sloppy Weather and High SpiritsI.370 (1993)

 

References: checklist, Frank E. Schoonover archives, Delaware Art Museum

 

 

Milton, MA, c. 1922
Milton Academy
late 1922

 

References: NCW to Sidney M. Chase, October 16, 1922, WFA

 

 

Needham, MA, 1923
Needham Town Hall (benefit of Glover Hospital Aid Association)
Exhibition of Paintings by N. C. Wyeth
Feb. 8-10, 1923

The GiantM.14 (86)
A Matter of FriendshipI.582 (628)

 

References: exhibition list reconstructed from newspaper accounts, Boston Evening Transcript, Feb. 3, 1923 (with illustration); Needham Chronicle, Feb. 17, 1923; accounts mention unspecified illustrations from Robinson Crusoe, Rip Van Winkle, Mysterious Island, Westward Ho!, "other books," a group of landscape paintings and two or three portraits.

 

New York 1908(1)
National Arts Club
Exhibition of Advertising Art
February 19-28, 1908
work unidentified

 

References: Earnest Elmo Calkins, "Exhibition of Advertising Art," International Studio, vol.34, no. 135 (May 1908) mentions NCW as a participant, but does not identify specific work; NY Times Sunday, Feb. 23, part 6, page 7, notice of exhibition appears in "Calendar"

 

 

New York, NY, 1908(2)
Salmagundi Club
(exhibition title unknown)
November 9-14, 1908

The Locating EngineerI.257 (110)
A Brief Western Wedding Ceremony I.181 (108)
The Freighterprob.    I.178 (107)

 

References: New York Times, "Illustrations on View, Freedom of Modern Methods Shown at Salmagundi Club," Nov. 12, 1908, page 8, " and Mr. Wyeth's presentation of the drama of Western life is firm and expressive."; unidentified clipping from NY newspaper (BRM library)

 

 

New York, NY, c. 1920
Charles Daniel Frey Company
An Exhibition of Paintings by N. C. Wyeth at the Gallery of Charles Daniel Frey
August 17-?, 1920

1. Kitchen Romance
2. The Young Dreamer
3. Spring Landscape
4. Still Life
5. Village Tragedy
6. "Wild Bill" Hickok at the CardsI.647 (469)
7. The Villain of the StoryI.729 (573)
8. Still Life
9. Sea Tragedy
10. Icelandic Tragedy
11. The Viking's Wifeposs.   I.561 (1066)
12. Fence Buildersprob.    L.98 (24)
13. The Invaders
14. Beach Drama

 

References: exhibition brochure, with NCW 573 pictured in b/w; BRM library holds clipping from Chicago newspaper reviewing exhibition, which may indicate a Chicago venue.

 

 

New York, NY, 1921
Art Directors Club of New York
First Annual of Advertising Art in the U.S.
March 2-31, 1921

The Night the Emily Dunstan BurnedC.45 (576)
Grey DawnC.46 (575)

 

 

New York, NY, 1922
Art Directors Club of New York
2nd Annual Exhibition of Illustrations for Advertisements in the United States<
October 1922

Beethoven and NatureC.34 (543)

 

 

New York, NY, 1925
Society of Illustrators
Annual Exhibition
March 1925

 

References: New York Times, March 15, 1925, p. X11, "Art Exhibitions of the Week," exhibition in progress at that time; NCW mentioned as exhibitor

 

 

New York, NY, 1927
Art Directors Club of New York
6th Annual of Advertising Art
May 4-31, 1927

The Pioneer and the VisionC.37 (746)

 

 

New York, NY, 1928
Art Directors Club of New York
7th Annual of Advertising Art<
May 5-19, 1928

The King's HenchmanC.63 (690)
Christmas in Old VirginiaC.62 (51)

 

 

New York, NY, 1929
Art Directors Club of New York
8th Annual of Advertising Art
May 4-29, 1929

The Christmas Ship in Old New YorkC.65 (816)

 

 

New York, NY, 1930
American Lithographic Society
July, 1930

 

References: "Unusual Family Groups," Edward Alden Jewell, New York Times, July 13, 1930, "original paintings showing some of the recent experiments of N. C. Wyeth are on view in the galleries of the American Lithographic Society."

 

 

New York, NY, 1933
Grand Central Art Galleries
Exhibition of the Work of Prominent Illustrators<
Oct. 31 - Nov. 11, 1933

 

 

New York, NY, 1936
Studio Guild, Inc.
2nd Annual Art Display Week
Oct. 25-31, 1936

 

 

New York, NY, 1939
Macbeth Galleries
"In the Georges Islands, Maine / Paintings by N. C. Wyeth"
Dec. 5-30, 1939

1. Fox in the SnowI.1203 (919)
2. The Red DoryL.207 (521)
3. Blubber Island L.214 (993)
4. Sun Glint L.216 (891)
5. Marshall FarmL.210 (424)
6. Black Spruce LedgeL.217 (608)
7. The Road to the Jones HouseL.215 (789)
8. Island FuneralP.55 (411)
9. Deep Cove LobstermanL.206 (116)
10. Back ShoreL.198 (337)
11. Ship BuildingI.1227 (541)
12. Three Fishermen, illus. b/w on brochure coverP.54 (589)

 

References: exhibition brochure and post card mailer (BRM library); Peter Hurd to NCW, 11/10/1939, regarding brochure introduction;

 

 

New York, NY, 1940(1)
Grand Central Galleries
Exhibition for Finnish Relief
Jan. 22 - Feb. 3, 1940

Teel's Ledge, Georges Island, MaineL.213 (892)

 

 

New York, NY, 1940(2)
National Academy of Design
114th Annual Exhibition
March 15 - April 11, 1940

147 Marshall FarmL.210 (424)

 

 

New York, NY, 1941
National Academy of Design
115th Annual Exhibition
March 11 - April 9, 1941

267. The Letter-1918 P.37 (143)

 

 

New York, NY, 1942
National Academy of Design
116th Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American
Painting and Sculpture
April 8 - 16 May 1942

90. Walden Pond Revisited, illus. p. 22 P.58 (54)

 

 

New York, NY, 1943(1)
The National Academy of Design
117th Annual Exhibition
Feb. 17-March 9, 1943

196. The Lobster Fisherman(unidentified)

 

 

New York, NY, 1943(2)
Art Directors Club of New York (NY Public Library)
22nd Annual of Advertising Art
Spring 1943

Great Spirit of the CornlandsC.167 (1032)

 

 

New York, NY, 1944
National Academy of Design
118th Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting and Sculpture
March 29 - April 25, 1944

27. Dark Harbor FishermanL.222 (335)

 

 

New York, NY, 1945(1)
National Academy of Design
119th Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Design
March 14 - April 3, 1945

124. In Penobscot Bay (illus. b/w p. 22)L.225 (331)

 

 

New York, NY, 1945(2)
Rockefeller Center Galleries
National Exhibition of Advertising Art
Spring 1945

29. Have a Coke (illus. b/w)C.178 (1075)

 

References: exhibition catalogue

 

 

New York, NY, 1945(3)
National Academy of Design
120th Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting and Sculpture
Dec. 4 - 21, 1945

187. Sun GlintL.216 (891)

 

 

Ottumwa, IW, 1940
Ottumwa Community Art Center
America in the Making
Jan. 2-16, 1940

Jacques MarquetteC.125 (838)
Benjamin FranklinC.126 (839)
Thomas JeffersonC.128 (279)
Abraham LincolnC.132 (847)
Covered WagonsC.130 (845)
Captain John Paul JonesC.122 (281)
Sam HoustonC.131 (302)
George Washington at YorktownC.129 (280)
Daniel BooneC.127 (840)
Lewis and ClarkC.123 (282)
Francisco Vasquez de CoronadoC.121 (294)
The Mayflower CompactC.124 (297)

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1909
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
7th Annual Philadelphia Water Color Exhibition
Nov. 8 - Dec. 19, 1909

579. Mexican Greaser and His SheepI.261 (320)
588. Pastoral of the South WestI.262 (215)

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1910
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
8th Annual Philadelphia Water Color Exhibition
Nov. 14 - Dec. 18, 1910

792. SpringI.283 (111)
794. Winter (Winner of $100 Beck Prize)I.286 (12)
798. SummerI.284 (92)
800. AutumnI.285 (208)

 

References: Philadelphia Inquirer, Nov. ?, 1910, "Award N. C. Wyeth Water Color Prize," with b/w photo of "Winter" (AAA microfilm,#P55, frame 327); Philadelphia Press, Dec. 18, 1910, "Water Color Show to Close Today," (AAA microfilm,#P55, frame 331)

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1911(1)
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
106th Annual Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Feb. 5 - March 26, 1911

563. Spring (unidentified)

 

References: NCW letter of 1/27/1911 notes that three landscapes were accepted but catalogue indicates that only one was hung; picture is described in letter of 2/7/1911 as "a couple of apple trees, flooded in bright thin sunlight." (All letters, WFA)

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1911(2)
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
9th Annual Philadelphia Water Color Exhibition
Nov. 13 - Dec. 17, 1911

1006. Three Wise Men (unidentified)
1044. The Poet (unidentified)

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1911(3)
Philadelphia Sketch Club
winter, 1911-1912

 

References: NCW letter 3/13/1912 mentions 5 pictures exhibition at the Philadelphia Sketch Club "last winter".

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1912(1)
Philadelphia Sketch Club
Exhibition of Landscapes and Original Illustrations by N. C. Wyeth
Nov. 4-23, 1912

1. Snowy Day (unidentified)
2. The Brook (unidentified)
3. Spring Sunlightposs.   L.46 (1220)
4. The VillageL.53 (214)
5. Rocky HillL.61 (936)
6. BouldersL.62 (2484)
7. Summer(unidentified)
8. FebruaryL.54 (250)
9. Sultry DayL.33 (2359)
10. March(unidentified)
11. Early Summer(unidentified)
12. Gray DayL.37 (2358)
13. Harvey's RunL.42 (1278)
14. The MeadowL.43 (791)
15. AutumnL.50 (2469)
16. The Barn(unidentified)
17. Summer SkyL.60 (935)
18. The Garden(unidentified)
19. The Wood Lot(unidentified)
20. Hazy Afternoon(unidentified)
21. Forsythe's HillL.64 (533)
22. Brandywine Valley(unidentified)
23. The InvadersI.428 (23)
24. Wounded Dispatch BearerI.426 (766)
25. The HayloadI.446 (1317)
26. The Confederate(unidentified)
27. The Treasure CaveI.345 (151)
28. John Silver and Hawkins in the GalleyI.336 (18)
29. Capt. Bones Routs Black DogI.333 (14)
30. Rainy Sunday in Campposs. I.369 (665)
31. HunsI.318 (1938)
32. Sloppy Weather and High Spiritsposs. I.370 (1993))

 

References: exhibition brochure (BRM library); clipping from unidentified newspaper, hand dated Nov. 20, 1912, "Wyeth Paintings Shown in Philadelphia"; Philadelphia Press, Nov., 10, 1912 (BRM library); clipping from unidentified Philadelphia newspaper, Nov. 5, 1912, "N. C. Wyeth is Showing Work in Sketch Club / Exhibition of Noted Artist's Recent Illustrations and Landscape Paintings Well Worth Seeing," (BRM library and Archives of American Art microfilm (P55, frame 783); clipping from North America, Nov. 3, 1912, "Sketch Club will have special exhibit," (BRM library and AAA microfilm P55 frame 784); Philadelphia Sunday Record, Nov. 3, 1912, "Sketch Club's Show / Landscapes and Illustrations by N. C. Wythe (sic) on View," (BRM library and AAA microfilm P55, frame 786); Philadelphia Inquirer, Nov. 3, 1912, "Wyeth Feature of Sketch Club Show (AAA microfilm P55, frame 785); See also NCW to Joseph Chapin of Scribner's, undated but opening "Dear Chapin, We've certainly arrived" for NCW's reaction to published criticism (Archives of Charles Scribner's Sons, Princeton University Library); Note that review in North America above mentions the inclusion of "Ben Gunn (NCW 15); since most of the numbers found on stretchers do not correspond exactly to exhibition listing, it would seem some changes were made after printing of brochure.

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1912(2)
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
10th Annual Philadelphia Water Color Exhibition
Nov. 10- Dec. 15, 1912

159. Old PewI.334 (13)
166. Captain Bones, illus. b/w I.332 (16)
174. The Coming of the HunsI.317 (656)

 

References: Philadelphia Ledger, Nov. 10, 1912, "W. (sic) C. Wyeth's Old Pew is inspired by that sinister character in Stevenson's Treasure Island and is a splendid epic presentment." (AAA microfilm roll P55, frame 719); Philadelphia Telegraph, Nov. 9, 1912, "Annual Exhibition Opens Tonight in Fine Arts Academy," "Two of N. C. Wyeth's splendid, blood-stirring illustrations for Stevenson's Treasure Island are there." (AAA microfilm roll P55, frame 24); Philadelphia Press, Nov. 17, 1912, "N. C. Wyeth's Captain Bill Bones and Old Pew of Stevenson's immortal Treasure Island have the punch that hits the attention of every visitor no matter how much of a skimmer they may be." (AAA microfilm, roll P55)

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1912(3)
Philadelphia Sketch Club
Exhibition of Pictures by Members
Dec. 2 - 21, 1912

100. Captured Breast WorkI.298 (147)
104. PiratesI.329 (375)
145. The VadetI.299 (21)

 

References: exhibition folder (BRM library); images verified by two clippings, Philadelphia Ledger, Nov. 30, 1912, "two depicting scenes of a civil war tale" and one of "warm, lively color of two romantic looking pirates on board their craft" (Archives of American Art, microfilm P55, frame 734); Philadelphia Record, Dec. 1, 1912, identifies the pirate picture as the cover of Treasure Island, no. 100 as "a fighting line almost enveloped in smoke of action," and 145 as "a solitary officer on horseback before snow-clad hills" (AAA, roll P55, frame 742)

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1913
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
11th Annual Water Color and 12th Annual of Miniatures Exhibition
Nov. 9 - Dec. 14, 1913

721. Draw PokerI.408 (1019)
723. Golyer's Ben
724. Little Breechesprob. I.386 (425)
725. Jim Bludsoprob.  I.382 (311)

 

References: exhibition catalogue

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1914
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Annual Water Color and Miniature Exhibitions
Nov. 8 - Dec. 13, 1914

1006. The Black Dragon (illus. b/w)I.560) (1038)
1015. At Queen's Ferry: Illustration for KidnappedI.467 (1247)
1029. With the Blind Beggar on the Isle of Mull: Illustration for Kidnapped I.472 (1024)
1040. Opium Smoker I.484 (71)
1041. Book Cover for Kidnapped I.462 (1243)

 

References: exhibition catalogue; NCW letter, Nov. 4, 1914 (WFA)

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1915
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Annual Water Color and Miniature Exhibitions
Nov. 7 - Dec. 12, 1915

17. A Beach Tragedy(unidentified)

 

References: "Pictures from Watercolor Show," unsigned article from unidentified newspaper (possibly Philadelphia Sunday Press), Nov. 7, 1915, "Here will be seen the only painting by N. C. Wyeth, a gripping oil study, a Beach Tragedy." (AAA microfilm roll P56, PAFA scrapbooks)

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1916(1)
Art Club of Philadelphia
22nd Annual Exhibition of Oil Paintings
Mach 19 - April 9, 1916

103I.597 (984)

 

References: NCW to HZW, dated in another hand March 18, 1916, letter includes a sketch of the gallery showing the position (above an entrance door) where the canvas was hung.

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1916(2)
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Annual Water Color and Miniature Exhibition
Nov. 5 - Dec. 10, 1916

819. A Northern Tragedy (unidentified)
820. Decoration for a Poem (unidentified)
831. The Roaring SkipperI.558 (1035)
832. Thorgunna, the Waif WomanI.561 (1066)

 

References: exhibition catalogue; Philadelphia Inquirer, Nov. 19, 1916, "Art Exhibition Gains Over Last Year's Total," (AAA microfilm, roll P56, PAFA scrapbooks)

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1917
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Annual Water Color and Miniature Exhibitions
Nov. 4 - Dec. 9, 1917

453. Illustration for the Story of Robin Hood
454. The ProphetI.681 (1252)
456. Illustration
468. Medieval Courtship, illus. b/wI.638 (1261)
469. The Wild Woman's Lullaby, illus. b/wI.656 (326)
471. Village Tragedy, illus. b/wI.640 (65)

 

References: exhibition catalogue

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1919
Fellowship of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (Art Alliance Galleries)
Annual Exhibition of the Fellowship of The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
March 6-20, 1919

74. Brandywine MeadowsL.128 (1364)

 

References: exhibition catalogue; numbered list of painting titles under artist name (Special Collections, Van Pelt Library, University of Pennsylvania)

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1920(1)
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
115th Annual Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Feb. 8 - March 28, 1920

39. Buttonwood FarmL.130 (63)

 

References: NCW letters 1/21/1920, 2/5/1920; NCW to Sidney M. Chase, 2/6/1920 and 8/1/1920, all WFA; clipping from unidentified Philadelphia newspaper, Feb. 15, 1920, "N. C. Wyeth eloquently reading the lesson of the later autumn silhouette in his Among the Buttonwoods" (AAA reel P56); Philadelphia Sunday Press, Feb. 15, 1920, p. 8, Yarnall Abbott, "Comment on Art and Artists," (AAA reel P56), "a clean and sunny landscape by N. C. Wyeth."

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1920(2)
Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Arts (Beck Engraving Company, sponsor); additional venue: possibly Art Institute of Chicago
Reproductions in Color, Exhibition of Reproductions of Paintings by Old Masters and Modern American Painters and Illustrators
Oct. 1920

158. Illustration for Red Cross Magazine
159. Illustration for Robin Hood
160. Illustration for Robin Hood
161. Cover inlay for Robin Hood
162. Illustration for Red Cross Magazine
163. Wagner and Liszt
164. Beethoven

 

References: exhibition catalogue (library, Art Institute of Chicago), includes prefaces by NCW, Edward W. Bok (of Ladies' Home Journal?) and Joseph H. Chapin; exhibition in Philadelphia confirmed by notation in "Report of the Principal," contained in "45th annual Report of the Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art," year ending May 31, 1921; not clear whether the titles are original art work or reproductions

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1920(3)
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Annual Water Color and Miniature Exhibitions
Nov. 7- Dec. 12, 1920

562. The Supplicant: The Last of the MohicansI.761 (47)
628. The Captives: The Last of the MohicansI.751 (1299)
651. The Psalmist: The Last of the MohicansI.753 (485)
683. Uncas Slays a DeerI.749 (324)
684. The Burial of UncasI.762 (1023)

 

References: exhibition scrapbook

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1921
Philadelphia Art Alliance
(exhibition title unknown)
Oct. - Oct. 25, 1921

The Mayflower, book lining for Courtship of Miles StandishI.797 (1126)
Miles Standish, cover inlayI.745 (1132)
Departure of the MayflowerI.802 (1131)
John Alden and Miles StandishI.798 (1125)
John AldenI.799 (1129)
The Indian Defies the PilgrimsI.801 (1130)
Why don't you speak for yourself, John?I.800 (1128)
John Alden and PriscillaI.803 (1127)
Treasure Hunter, book lining from Westward Ho!I.826 (274)
Cover Design, Westward Ho!I.825 (273)
The White WitchI.831 (195)
The City of the True CrossI.838 (1285)
The Mother of the HeroI.835 (522)
John OxenhamI.828 (432)
Wild Irish WomanI.833 (1028)
Amyas & John BrimblecombI.832 (1195)
Rose of TorridgeI.829 (1365)
The Battle with the ArmadaI.840 (272)
Robinson Crusoe, book liningI.810 (1238)
The Castaway, cover inlayprob.   I.319 (156)
Crusoe Records his landing I.814 (113)
Man Friday Prostrates himself before Crusoe I.821 (1240)
Crusoe Sails about his Island I.818 (1237)
Crusoe Reaps his Barley I.817 (270)
The English Sailor and the Cannibals I.823 (1239)
Crusoe Rescued I.824 (1241)
Crusoe Reads the Bible I.816 (1236)
Crusoe Hews Himself a Boat I.822 (162)
The Castaways on the Beach I.615 (429)
The Messenger of the Air I.719 (325)
Rescue of Captain Harding I.713 (323)
Captain Nemo I.724 (1791)
The Last of the Mysterious Island I.725 (494)
King Arthurposs.  I.660 (75)
In Holyrood Forest I.615 (249)
King Edward 1st I.866 (178)
The Knight and the Lady (unidentified)
Wallace and Bruce on the Shores of Scotland I.869 (496)
Cover Design, Rip Van Winkle I.846 (784)
The Return of Rip I.854 (783)
The Awakening of Rip I.853 (812)
Robin Hood Wrestles with Stutely I.681 (1252)
The Black Arrow's Last Flight I.619 (26)
The Blind Beggar on the Island of Mull I.472 (1024)
At Queen's Ferry I.467 (1247)
The Duel, from Westward Ho! I.834 (1269)
On the Galleon, from Westward Ho!prob. I.839 (286)
Crusoe and the Footprint I.819 (338)

 

References: NCW letters 6/30/1921, 7/13/1921, and 8/12/1921; and letter of 10/4/1921 in which a visit to the exhibition is mentioned (all letters, WFA). See also, NCW to Joseph H. Chapin, 7/13/1921 (Archives of Charles Scribner's Sons, Princeton University Library); exhibition list constructed from archives of the Philadelphia Art Alliance, Van Pelt Library, University of Pennsylvania

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1923
Philadelphia Museum of Art
(exhibition title unknown) probably Nov. - Dec. 1923

 

References: Information from correspondence between Arthur Edwin Bye, Curator of Paintings, PMA, and NCW in Philadelphia Museum of Art Archives, Langdon Warner Records, Series 1, Wra-X,Y,Z 1917-1923; American Magazine of Art, vol.XIV, no. 12 (Dec. 1923); additional venue under auspices of American Federation of Arts, Utica Public Library, Utica, NY, Jan.-Feb. 1924; see "Work of Americans on Exhibition at Library / Group of Master Illustrators May Be Seen," Utica Daily Press, Jan. 10, 1924; correspondence indicates NCW sent 4 paintings to PMA, 2-3 additional works to Utica; Utica Daily Press article mentions paintings from Rip Van Winkle and Westward Ho!

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1924
Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Arts
Jan. 16 - Feb. 9, 1924

The Return of Rip Van WinkleI.854 (783)
The Sea GiantM.14 (86)
Captain NemoI.724 (1791)

plus unidentified paintings from the following books: The Black Arrow, Treasure Island, Kidnapped, King Arthur, The White Company, Mysterious Island, and Rip Van Winkle

 

References: invitation card (BRM library); Philadelphia Public Ledger, Jan. 20, 1924, and Philadelphia Inquirer, Jan. 20, 1924 (both clippings, BRM library)

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1925
3rd Annual Exhibitions, Philadelphia Art Week Association
May 2-10, 1925

The Hippogrif, @ Huyler's, 1204 Chestnut StreetI.982 (826)
The Dead Wallace in the Tower of London, @ Van Horn, 921 WalnutI.872 (389)
Christ and Child, @ H. H. Battles, 114 S. 12th Street(unidentified)
Meeting of Wallace and Bruce, @ Baldwin School, 16th and PorterI.869 (496)
Wild Irish Woman, Durham School, 16th and LombardI.833 (1028)
Wallace's Vision, Nichols School, 16th and WhartonI.870 (172)
King Arthur's Portrait, McClure School, 6th and Hunting ParkI.660 (75)
The Enchanted Garden, Jenks Jr. High, Germantown Ave.(unidentified)
From an Icelandei (sic) Saga, West Phil. High, Boys(unidentified)
Fight in the Moonlight, West Phil. High, Boys(unidentified)
Rose and the White Witch, Jones J. High, Ann and TulipI.831 (195)
Giant and the Knight, Reed School, 11th and MooreI.980 (322)
Death of a Knight, Friends Select SchoolI.991 (975)
Captain Nemo, Mysterious Island, Roosevelt SchoolI.724 (1791)

 

References: catalogue, with introduction by H. L. Appleton, President, Philadelphia Art Week Association (Special Collections, Van Pelt Library, University of Pennsylvania)

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1926
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
121 Annual Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Jan. 31 - March 21, 1926

123. The Harbor at Herring Gut (illus. b/w)L.153 (951)

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, ca. 1929
Philadelphia Art Alliance
(exhibition title unknown)
ca. 1929

Cain and AbelI.1073 (1030)
David and GoliathI.1108 (688)

 

References: NEED some here

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1931
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
126th Annual Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Jan. 25 - March 15, 1931

232. Pennsylvania Barnposs.   L.159 (797)

 

References: exhibition catalogue

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1932
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
127th Annual Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Jan. 24 - March 13, 1932

271. The Red Pung P.36 (52)

 

References: exhibition catalogue

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1933
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
128th Annual Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Jan. 29 - March 19, 1933

92. In a Dream, I Meet General Washington P.33 (201)
426. My Mother P.32 (131)

 

References: exhibition catalogue

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1935(1)
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts130th Annual Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Jan. 27 - March 3, 1935

132. The Sounding Sea P.181 (1091)

 

References: exhibition catalogue

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1935(2)
Philadelphia Art Alliance
Work by the Wyeth Family
March 25 - April 19, 1935

Pennsylvania Barn L.159 (797)
Winesaps (unidentified)
In a Dream I Meet General Washington P.33 (201)
Walden Pond Revisited P.39 (759)
Herring Gut Harborposs. L.169 (336)
The Crystal Gazer P.34 (407)
Spring, 1918 P.37 (143)
Andy and Dodo (Portrait of a Dog) * P.40 (198)
My Mother P.32 (131)
Old Albert P.31 (1092)
Winter Light P.41 (122)
Fisherman's Family - Dark Harbor P.43 (898)
Our Valley L.173 (1031)
Charlie Stone I.1194 (764)
The Doryman L.175 (293)
Dying Winter L.178 (408)
My Grandfather P.36 (52)
My Grandfather's House L.161 (953)
[two unidentified still lifes]

 

* mentioned in contemporary newspaper accounts but not on exhibition list

 

References: exhibition list constructed from Philadelphia Art Alliance archives held by Van Pelt Library, University of Pennsylvania; exhibition review in unidentified Philadelphia newspaper mentions that NCW exhibited "Chadds Ford Quaker" note this is probably "Jimmy the Quaker" or Jimmy in Quaker Hat" by AW; see also Theo B. White, The Philadelphia Art Alliance, Fifty Years, 1915-1965 (Philadelphia:University of Pennsylvania Press), p. 70

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1936
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
131st Annual Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Jan. 26 - March 1, 1936

233. Corn Harvest (unidentified)

 

References: See Douglas Allen and Douglas Allen, Jr. identify this painting as NCW 115

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1939(1)
Cosmopolitan Club
Exhibition by Members of the Wyeth Family, Chadds Ford, Pa.
Jan. 9 - Feb. 11, 1939
no description of paintings exhibited available

 

References: Members Bulletin notes dates of exhibition and that a "selection of Landscape, Portrait, and Water Color paintings" will be shown, along with "a series of Book Illustrations by N. C. Wyeth."

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1939(2)
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
134th Annual Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture
Jan. 29 - March 5, 1939

27. Sundown: Maine Coast L.214 (993)
268. Deep Cove Lobster Man L.206 (116)

 

References: exhibition catalogue

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1940(1)
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
135th Annual Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture
Jan. 28 - March 3, 1940

7. The Road to the Jones House L.215 (789)

 

References: exhibition catalogue

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1940(2)
Philadelphia Art Alliance
Living Lithography
October 1940no description of paintings exhibited available

 

References: Theo B. White, The Philadelphia Art Alliance, Fifty Years, 1915-1965 (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1965), ps. 83-84

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1941(1)
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
136th Annual Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture
Jan. 26 - March 2, 1941

30. John Teel: Fisherman, illus. b/w P.57 (520)

 

References: NCW to Henriette Wyeth Hurd, dated "Studio 1941 / Lincoln's birthday," "The Philadelphia press, and Jewell, were surprisingly kind to my John Teel Fisherman and made statements in its favor which surprised me enormously."

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1941(2)
School of Industrial Arts
1941

Peculiarsome Abe I.1263 (210)
Adventure with a Giant Squid I.1262 (1013)
David and Goliath I.1261 (1011)
Anthology of Children's Literature, title page I.1285 (1003)
Snow Drop I.1286 (1005)
Oisin in the Land of Youth I.1260 (1010)
Arion and the Dolphin I.1248 (1007)
The Admiral's Ghost I.1289 (391)
Old Woman Tost Up in a Basket I.1246 (1004)
Heidi I.1288 (1012)
Thumbelisa I.1287 (1006)

plus 7 additional unidentified paintings

 

References: NCW's 1941 income tax notes (BRM library); NCW to Ferris Greenslet, Feb. 6, 1941, Houghton Mifflin Archives, Houghton Library, Harvard University; NCW to Peter Hurd, March 4, 1941 (WFA)

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1941(3)
Philadelphia Art Alliance
Artist Families
Oct. 8 - Nov. 2, 1941

1. Road to the Jones House L.215 (789)
2. The Red Dory L.207 (521)
3. Black Spruce Ledge L.219 (1426)

 

References: Art Alliance Bulletin, Oct. 1941 (Van Pelt Library, University of Pennsylvania); NCW's income tax notes for 1941 (BRM library)

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1943
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
138th Annual Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture
Jan. 24- Feb. 28, 1943

14. Summer Night L.220 (365)

 

References: exhibition catalogue

 

 

Philadelphia, PA, 1944
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
139th Annual Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture
Jan. 23 - Feb. 27, 1944

16. Dark Harbor Fisherman L.222 (335)

 

References: exhibition catalogue

 

 

Pittsburgh, PA, 1919
Carnegie Museum of Art
Illustrations by N. C. Wyeth
Oct. 9 - Nov. 18, 1919

"Go, Dutton, and that right speedily," he added.
"Follow that lad." I.618 (268)
The castaways await the lifting of the fog. I.712 (266)
At Queen's Ferry I.467 (1247)
The Torrent in the Valley of Glencoe I.474 (168)
The Murderer of Roy Campbell I.473 (169)
Robin and His Mother Go to Nottingham Fair I.680 (186)
Robin Wrestles Will Stuteley at Gamewell I.681 (1252)
Robin Hood Defeats Nat of Nottingham I.685 (1253)
The Blind Beggar on the Isle of Mull II.472 (1024)

 

References: Records at Carnegie Museum of Art indicate dates of exhibition and title, but no further information; two undated posters advertising exhibition verifies 18 paintings were included (BRM library); records show loans from New York Public Library; NCW letter 9/28/1919, "21 paintings at Carnegie Institute"; two letters of 10/25/1919, "18 canvasesall Stevenson illustrations" (all letters, WFA); additional venue: John Herron Art Institute, Indianapolis

 

 

Pittsburgh, PA, 1941
Carnegie Institute
Directions in American Painting
Oct. 23 - Dec. 14, 1941

297. Island Funeral, illus. plate no. 31 P.55 (411)

 

References: exhibition catalogue

 

 

Pittsburgh, PA, 1943
Carnegie Institute
Painting in the United States
Oct. 14 - Dec. 12, 1943

284. Portrait of a Farmer P.59 (532)

 

References: exhibition catalogue

 

 

Pittsburgh, PA, 1944
Carnegie Institute
Painting in the United States 1944
Oct. 12 - Dec. 10, 1944

82. War Letter P.60 (53)

 

References: exhibition catalogue

 

 

Pittsburgh, PA, 1945
Carnegie Institute
Painting in the United States 1945
Oct. 11 - Dec. 9, 1945

26. Nightfall, illus. plate 58 P.61 (128)

 

References: exhibition catalogue

 

 

Portland, ME, 1938
Maine Historical Society
July 25-30, 1938

Captain George Waymouth I.1221 (979)
First Maine Fisherman I.1222 (698)
Dan'l Nason, Sailing Master I.1223 (618)
They Took Their Wives with Them I.1224 (800)
Maine Sea Captain's Daughter I.1225 (1225)
Sea Serpent I.1226 (781)
Building a Ship I.1227 (541)
Lobsterman (Hauling in a Light Fog) I.1193 (416)
Trout Fishing I.1228 (1081)
Gunning For Partridge I.1229 (513)
Young Maine Fisherman I.1194 (764)
Arnold's March to Quebec I.1230 (366)
The Doryman (Evening) L.175 (293)
Aroostook Potato Harvest I.1231 (1335)
endsheet painting I.1220 (974)

 

References: exhibition listing compiled from clippings in archives of Maine Historical Society; Portland Evening Express, June 28, 1938; Portland Sunday Telegram, July 24, 1938 and July 31, 1938

 

Rome 1911
Pavilion of the United States of America
Roman Art Exposition of 1911
March 27 - Nov. 1, 1911

397. In the Dark of the Moon I.129 (641)

 

 

San Francisco, CA, 1915
Palace of Fine Arts
Panama-Pacific International Exposition
Feb. 20 - Dec. 4, 1915

57. Ebenezer Balfour I.466 (983)
58. Chinese Pirates I.559 (530)
59. Old Pew I.334 (13)
64. Captain Bones Routs Black Dog I.333 (14)
67. The Picador I.197 (659)
4214. Roaring Skipper I.558 (1035)

 

References: Official Catalogue of the Department of Fine Arts (San Francisco: Wahlgreen Company, 1915); John D. Trask and J. Nilsen Laurvik, eds., Catalogue De Luxe of the Department of Fine Arts (San Francisco: Paul Elder and Co., 1915); "Report of the Department of Fine Arts" summarizes exhibition after its close and mentions NCW as gold medal winner in Class 2, "Watercolors, Miniature Painting and Drawings" (BRM library); letters of NCW (11/9/1914 and 12/10/1914) give conflicting numbers of how many paintings NCW sent to exhibition

 

 

San Francisco, CA, 1916
San Francisco Art Association
Post-Exposition Exhibition in the Department of Fine Arts, Panama-Pacific Exposition
Jan. 1 - May 1, 1916

6620. Old Pew (Treasure Island) I.334 (13)
6621. Chinese Pirates I.559 (530)
6622. The Picador I.197 (659)
6623. Captain Bones Routs Black Dog (Treasure Island) I.333 (14)
6624. Ebenezer Balfour (Kidnapped) I.466 (983)
6699. Roaring Skipper I.558 (1035)

 

References: exhibition catalogue; Archives of American Art reel N554, frames 198, 268;

 

 

Toledo, OH, 1930
Toledo Museum of Art
18th Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by Contemporary American Artists
June 1 - Aug. 31, 1930

70. Pennsylvania Barn L.159 (797)

 

References: numbered exhibition listing (archives of Toledo Museum of Art)

 

 

St. Louis, MO, 1934
(location and exhibition title unknown)

Indian Spearman P.48 (1053)

 

References: NCW to Robert E. Treman, Feb. 17, 1934, BRM, cat. rais. files

 

 

Toledo, OH, 1940
Toledo Museum of Art
27th Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by Contemporary American Artists
June 2 - Aug. 25, 1940

58. The Road to the Jones House L.215 (789)

 

References: numbered exhibition listing (archives of Toledo Museum of Art)

 

 

Toledo, OH, 1944
Toledo Museum of Art
31st Annual Exhibition of Selected American Paintings
June 4- Aug. 27, 1944

Portrait of a Farmer P.59 (532)

 

References: exhibition listing (archives of Toledo Museum of Art)

 

 

Utica, NY, 1938
Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute
(title unknown)
March 12-28, 1938

Bronson Alcott I.1211 (1339)
Thoreau and the Irish Boy I.1216 (1343)
Thoreau and Mary Emerson I.1210 (877)
Building Wall I.1215 (916)
Thoreau and the Three Reformers I.1212 (1340)
Men of Concord I.1206 (368)
The Wood Sled I.1207 (1338)
Thoreau fishing at Walden Pond I.1208 (1337)
The Muskrat Hunters I.1213 (1341)
Pickerel Fishing I.1214 (1342)
Silver Surfposs.  L.185 (1169)
Teel's Landing L.167 (1027)
The Road to Horse Point (unidentified)
Herring L.191 (955)
Sounding Sea L.181 (1091)
Ebb Tide (unidentified)

 

References: exhibition list constructed from material in curatorial files at Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute; clippings from Utica Daily Press, March 12, 1938 and Utica Observer Dispatch, March 12, 1938

 

 

Washington, DC, 1930
Corcoran Gallery of Art
12th Exhibition of Contemporary American Oil Painting
Nov. 30, 1930- Jan. 11, 1931

21. Pennsylvania Barnposs.  L.159 (797)

 

References: exhibition catalogue

 

 

Washington, DC, 1931
National Gallery of Art (now National Museum of American Art)
40th Annual Exhibition of the Society of Washington Artists
Feb. 1 - March 1, 1931

41. The Crystal Gazer (winner of Grand Medal for best work in Portrait and Figure Composition) P.34 (407)

 

References: exhibition catalogue

 

 

Washington, DC, 1932
Corcoran Gallery of Art
13th Exhibition of Contemporary American Oil Paintings
Dec. 4, 1932 - Jan. 15, 1933

207. In a Dream I Meet General Washington illus. p. 108 P.33 (201)

 

References: exhibition catalogue

 

 

Washington, DC, 1934
Corcoran Gallery of Art
43rd Annual Exhibition of the Society of Washington Artists
Jan. 20 - Feb. 11, 1934

30. The Red Pung P.36 (52)

 

 

Washington, DC, 1935
Corcoran Gallery of Art
14th Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Oil Paintings
March 24 - May 5, 1935

11. Three Fishermen (illus. b/w p. 116) P.45 (590)

 

References: exhibition catalogue

 

 

Washington, DC, 1937
Corcoran Gallery of Art
15th Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Oil Paintings
March 28 - May 9, 1937

121. The Letter, illus. b/w p. 36 P.37 (143)

 

References: exhibition catalogue

 

 

Washington, DC, 1939
Corcoran Gallery of Art
16th Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Oil Paintings
March 26 - May 7, 1939

1253. Dark Harbor Fisherman, illus. b/w p. 104 L.207 (521)

 

References: exhibition catalogue

 

 

Washington, DC, 1943
Corcoran Gallery of Art
18th Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Oil Paintings
March 21 - May 2, 1943

212. Cornfield in Pennsylvania L.221 (204)

 

References: exhibition catalogue

 

 

Washington, DC, 1945
Corcoran Gallery of Art
19th Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Oil Paintings
March 18 - April 29, 1945

201. The Spring House L.223 (127)

 

References: exhibition catalogue

 

 

West Chester, PA, 1923
West Chester Normal School (West Chester University)
(exhibition title unknown)
Nov. 1923

The Giant M.14 (86)
Forsythe's Hill L.127 (1210)
The Rail Splitters L.112 (404)
The Awakening of Rip Van Winkle I.853 (812)
"view of mill dam at Brinton's bridge with buttonwood tree" L.132 (363)
"the Brandywine seen through lacy springtime leafage" (unidentified)
On waking he found himself I.853 (812)

 

References: partial exhibition list constructed from "Art Reception at Normal School / West Chester People Enjoy View of the Wyeth Paintings" (West Chester, PA) Daily Local News, Nov. 13, 1923, p. 6 (scrapbook, Special Collections, West Chester University Library); additional illustrations from Westward Ho!, Miles Standish, The Mysterious Island, Scottish Chiefs, and Rip Van Winkle.

 

 

West Chester, PA, 1932
Chester County Art Association
1st Annual Exhibition
May 15 - 21, 1932

50. In a Dream I Saw General Washington P.33 (201)
51. Pennsylvania Barnposs.  L.159 (797)
52. Harbour, Port Clyde (unidentified)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

West Chester, PA, 1933
Chester County Art Association
2nd Annual Exhibition
May 13 -21, 1933

69. Walden Pond Revisited P.39 (759)
70. Old Albert P.31 (1092)
71. John McVey L.160 (1093)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

West Chester, PA, 1934
Chester County Art Association
3rd Annual Exhibition
May 20-27, 1934

52. John Teel and Family poss. P.43 (898)
53. The Sea Gull (unidentified)
54. Off Monhegan Island (unidentified)

 

References: exhibition folder; Archives of American Art roll 4003, frames 705-708

 

 

West Chester, PA, 1935(1)
Chester County Art Association
4th Annual Exhibition
May 26 - June 9, 1935

My Grandfather poss. P.36 (52)

 

References: West Chester Daily Local News, May 31, 1935 (AAA roll 4003, frame 1348), mentions painting as only entry by NCW, notes "much of the spirit of the New Englander in this serious study, which is painted from memory," but does not describe or identify work. Suggestion of NCW 52 based on archival photograph of painting with notation in artist's hand "My Grandfather".

 

 

West Chester, PA, 1935(2)
Chester County Art Association
The Wyeth Exhibition
Oct. 12-Oct. 31, 1935

1. Walden Pond Revisited, 1933P.39 (759)
2. My Mother, 1931P.32 (131)
3. Old Albert, 1931P.31 (1092)
4. The Recipe Book, 1934P.41 (122)
5. Sounding Sea, 1934L.181 (1091)
6. Harbour, Port Clyde, 1932poss.  L.169 (336)
7. Spring, 1918 -1933P.37 (143)
8. Maine Doryman, 1934(unidentified)
9. My Grandfather's House, 1931L.161 (953)
10. Brother Islands, 1934(unidentified)
11. Island FarmL.190 (888)
12. Group of Book Illustrations

 

References: exhibition folder; West Chester Daily Local News, Oct. 16, 1935, "Walden Pond Revisited Deserves Close Study," which also mentions "The Recipe Book" and "My Mother"

 

 

West Chester, PA, 1937
Chester County Art Association
6th Annual Exhibition
May 23 - June 6, 1937

57. The FoxI.1203 (919)

 

References: exhibition brochure

 

West Chester, PA, 1938(1)
Chester County Art Association
7th Annual Exhibition
May 28 - June 12, 1938

38. Bright and FairL.193 (529)

 

 

West Chester, PA, 1938(2)
Chester County Art Association and West Chester Garden Club
Flowers in Art
Oct. 21-30, 1938

52. Flowers and FruitS.29 (923)
53 Cosmosposs.  S.21 (1328)

 

 

West Chester, PA, 1940
Chester County Art Association
9th Annual Exhibition
June 2 - 16, 1940

Sun Down IslandL.214 (993)

 

References: West Chester Daily Local News, C. H. Bonte, "a wealth of that almost mystic blue, which is in a way, the hall-mark of this artist's work."

 

 

West Chester, PA, 1943
Chester County Art Association
12th Annual Exhibition and Non-Jury Show
June 1943

The Road to the Jones HouseL.215 (789)

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1912
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
1st Annual Exhibition of Paintings by the Pupils of Howard Pyle
Nov. 12-16, 1912

39. The Fisherman(unidentified)
42. Jim Hawkins Leaves HomeI.335 (19)
51. The SaxonsI.319 (156)

 

References: exhibition folder; "Pupils of Pyle Tell of His Teaching N. C. Wyeth Gives Glimpse of Twilight Talks and of Life of the Colony at Chadds Ford Near Wilmington," printed in Christian Science Monitor, Nov. 13, 1912 on occasion of opening of exhibition; clipping from unidentified newspaper describes "The Fisherman" as an Indian painting (BRM library)

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1913
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
2nd Annual Exhibition of Paintings by the Pupils of Howard Pyle
Nov. 3-10, 1913

12. The InvadersI.428 (23)
68. Brinton's Dam(unidentified)
110. Cover Design(unidentified)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1914
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
3rd Annual Exhibition of Paintings by the Pupils of Howard Pyle
Nov. 2-7, 1914

18. The Fallen Tree(unidentified)
40. Ebenezer Balfour, winner of First Prize for IllustrationI.466 (983)
48. The Skipper from NantucketI.558 (1035)
79. Chinese PiratesI.559 (530)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1915
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
4th Annual Exhibition of the Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
Nov. 1-6, 1915

32. The Fence BuildersL.98 (24)
34. Life(unidentified)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1916
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
5th Annual Exhibition of the Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
Nov. 6-11, 1916

23. Sailor's FantasyI.597 (984)
94. September AfternoonL.100 (85)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1917
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
6th Annual Exhibition of the Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
Nov. 5-8, 1917

114. Tree Cutters L.112 (404)
120. BeethovenC.34 (543)
142. Cows in MoonlightL.115 (29)
163. BlackbeardI.698 (160)

 

References: exhibition folder; Wilmington Morning News, Nov. 6, 1917, "Art Society's Exhibit Open," mentions all 4 paintings by NCW but does not describe or picture any

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1919
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
7th Annual Exhibition of the Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
Feb. 3-6, 1919

15. Chateau Thierry!I.732 (1398) or I.738 (1399)
25. In France, 1918I.737 (1245)
42. Brandywine MeadowsL.128 (1364)
50. Still Life(unidentified)
89. Self PortraitP.19 (136)

 

References: exhibition folder; Wilmington Evening Journal, Feb. 4, 1919, "War Paintings in City Art Exhibit," (and same text reprinted as "Fine Arts Exhibit Attracts Especial Interest This Year," in Wilmington Morning News, Feb. 5, 1919); Delmarva Sunday Star, Feb. 9, 1919

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1920
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
8th Annual Exhibition of the Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
April 13-14, 1920

19. The Passing of Summer(unidentified)
44. A Little RiverI.764 (2325)
82. Buttonwood Farm (loaned by the Reading Museum)L.130 (63)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1921
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
9th Annual Exhibition of the Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
April 26-30, 1921

64. Robinson Crusoe sails around his IslandI.812 (271)
73. Why Don't You Speak for Yourself, John?I.800 (1128)
878. John Alden and PriscillaI.803 (1127)
80. Robinson Crusoe records date of LandingI.814 (113)
83. Robinson Crusoe discovers footprintI.819 (338)
85. Robinson Crusoe in his grain fieldI.817 (270)
97. Robinson Crusoe, the Castaway(unidentified)
129. Brandywine Meadows in Spring(unidentified)

 

References: exhibition folder;

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1923
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
An Exhibition by the Pupils of Howard Pyle
Dec. 11, 1923 - Jan. 10, 1924

1. The GiantM.14 (86)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1924
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
Exhibition of Paintings
April 1-21, 1924

1. Portrait StudyP.22 (90)
58. The HomesteadL.150 (2411)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1925(1)
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
Exhibition of Paintings by Delaware Artists, Members of the Society and Pupils of Howard Pyle
Feb. 2-21, 1925

4. Harvey's Run(unidentified)
8. Forest by the Sea(unidentified)

 

References: exhibition folder; Wilmington Every Evening, "Art Exhibition at Library Gallery," Feb. 3, 1925, p. 11, "Two landscapes by N. C. Wyeth show his vigor and versatility; the "Forest by the Sea" being the strongest"; Wilmington Morning News, "Variety Features Work of Delaware Artists," Feb. 3, 1925, p. 6, "N. C. Wyeth, whose "Forrest(sic) by the Sea-Maine" is one of the most beautiful of the paintings shown."

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1925(2)
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
Exhibition of Black and White Monochrome and Tint by Delaware Artists, Members of the Society and Invited Artists
May 26 - June 13, 1925

4. The Castaways(unidentified)
13. Celtic Love Story(unidentified)
22. The White Company(unidentified)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1925(3)
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
Exhibition of Paintings by Delaware Artists, Members of the Society and Pupils of Howard Pyle
Nov. 11 - Dec. 12, 1925

3. The Holy Family
22. The Harbor at Herring GutL.153 (951)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1926
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
Exhibition of Paintings by Delaware Artists, Members of the Society and Pupils of Howard Pyle
Nov. 17 - Dec. 16, 1926

14. Portrait (loaned by Josiah Marvel, Esq.)P.28 (1166)
30. Still Life S.11 (32)
59. Glass(unidentified)
116. King and CollierI.955 (855)

 

References: exhibition folder;

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1927
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
Exhibition of Paintings by Delaware Artists, Members of the Society and Pupils of Howard Pyle
Nov. 1 - Dec. 17, 1927

14. Portrait P.29 (134)
73. Overmantel Decoration (loaned by Mr. John B. Williams)M.40 (2470)
140. The Life Mask of John KeatsS.20 (964)

 

References: exhibition folder; Wilmington Morning News, Nov. 2, 1927, identified no. 14 as NCW 134

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1928(1)
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
Loan Exhibition of Portraits
March 2-9, 1928

28. Mr. Charles L. PattersonP.30 (1144)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1928(2)
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
Exhibition of Paintings by Delaware Artists, Members of the Society and Pupils of Howard Pyle
Oct. 10 - Nov. 10, 1928

27. Oak Tree(unidentified)
56. Illustrating Wagner's Fire MusicC.67 (689)

Loaned by Steinway Co.

winner of $100 prize for Best Illustration

 

References: exhibition brochure; Wilmington Morning News, Oct. 11, 1928, p. 1, "Mrs. O. H. Peet Wins Prize for Best Painting / Award for Illustration to at Delaware Artists' Exhibition to N. C. Wyeth," contains description of "Illustrating Wagner's Fire Music" but none of "Oak Tree"

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1928(3)
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
Exhibition by the Society of Mural Painters
Nov. 14 - Dec. 1, 1928

98. Preliminary sketch for Mural Decoration executed for the First National Bank of Boston, 18 x 30 feet(unidentified)
99. Hendrik Hudson. Sketch for Mural Map for Hotel Roosevelt, New YorkM.30 (2077)
100. Overmantel, Chinese LegendI.1053 (1062)
101. A. & B. Miniature reproductions of Decorative Maps made for the Hubbard Memorial Bldg, Washington, DC (unidentified)
104. Color miniature of panel for Hubbard Memorial Bldg(unidentified)
107. Two wall pictures executed for the Missouri State Capitol(unidentified)
108. Apotheosis of Franklin. Painted for the Franklin Savings Bank, New York CityM.31 (458)
109. Panel painted for the Hotel Roosevelt, New York(unidentified)
110. The Giant. Painted for Westover (sic) SchoolM.14 (86)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1929
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
16th Annual Exhibition of Paintings by Delaware Artists, Members of the Society and Pupils of Howard Pyle
Dec. 4-31, 1929

13. Essex of England(unidentified)
14. Old House, New England(unidentified)
15. Elizabeth of England(unidentified)
95. Sea Panther(unidentified)
115. The First FamilyI.1073 (1030)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1930(1)
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
Exhibition of Paintings by N. C. Wyeth
Feb. 28 - March 14, 1930

1. The Slaughter of the SuitorsI.1106 (1230)
2. Athene, Daughter of ZeusI.1093 (1775)
3. Odysseus in the Land of the DeadI.1100 (1781)
4. Still Life(unidentified)
5. The Trial of the BowI.1105 (1783)
6. Proteus, the Old Man of the SeaI.1095 (1777)
7. Eumaeus the SwineherdI.1102 (1231)
8. The Barren Fig TreeI.942 (878)
9. The Lost SheepI.1035 (884)
10. The NetI.940 (636)
11. The SowerI.1030 (1372)
12. The Childposs. I.937 (240)
13. The Good SamaritanI.1032 (879)
14. The Prodigal SonII.1031 (880)
15. The Hidden TreasureI.939 (885)
16. The Secret Growth of the SeedI.941 (637)
17. The LeavenI.938 (881)
18. The Mourning PenelopeI.1092 (1774)
19. The Fight of the BeggarsI.1103 (1229)
20. The SirensI.1101 (588)
21. The CyclopsI.1098 (1779)
22. Calypso and OdysseusI.1096 (1773)
23. Telemachus in the Chariot of NestorI.1094 (1776)
24. Neptune Battles with OdysseusI.1097 (1778)
25. Circe and the SwineI.1099 (1780)
26. The Boar HuntI.1104 (1782)
27. Odysseus and Penelope Reunited I.1107 (1784)
28. John McVeyL.160 (1093)
29. Old AlbertP.31 (1092)
30. Pennsylvania Barn L.159 (797)
31. My Mother P.32 (131)
32. My Grandfather's House, New EnglandL.161 (953)
33. The Little Prince who was HiddenI.1111 (1666)
34. The Girl in Naaman's HouseI.1109 (1194)
35. Eli and SamuelI.1075 (1665)
36. David and GoliathI.1108 (688)
37. Mark I.1115 (883)
38. The Boy with the Basket of Loaves and FishesI.1113 (971)
39. Moses in EgyptI.1074 (990)
40. The Sons of the Prophet IsaiahI.1112 (819)
41. Cain and AbelI.1073 (1030)
42. The Boy who Retrieved Jonathan's ArrowsI.1110 (1570)
43. From Cooper's "Deerslayer"(unidentified)
44. The Buffalo HuntI.1009 (218)
45. The Water HoleI.1004 (332)
46. The War PartyI.1007 (526)
47. From Cooper's "Deerslayer" (unidentified)

 

References: exhibition brochure

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1930(2)
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
17th Annual Exhibition of Paintings by Delaware Artists, Members of the Society and Pupils of Howard Pyle
Nov. 3-25, 1930

44. The Crystal Gazer P.34 (407)
80. Blue Jug (unidentified)

 

References: exhibition brochure

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1931
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
18th Annual Exhibition of Paintings by Delaware Artists, Members of the Society and Pupils of Howard Pyle
Nov. 2-22, 1931

18. In a Dream I Meet General Washington P.33 (201)

 

References: exhibition brochure

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1932
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
19th Annual Exhibition of Paintings by Delaware Artists, Members of the Society and Pupils of Howard Pyle
Nov. 7-27, 1932

7. Spring-1918 P.37 (143)
50. Kentucky Shepherd I.1149 (1718)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1933
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
20th Annual Exhibition of Paintings by Delaware Artists, Members of the Society and Pupils of Howard Pyle
Nov. 6-26, 1933

15. The Doryman-Evening L.175 (293)
47. Lobsterman-Light FogI.1193 (416)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1934
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
21st Annual Exhibition of Paintings by Delaware Artists, Members of the Society and Pupils of Howard Pyle
Nov. 5-25, 1934

22. October Brandywine(unidentified)
38. Harbor, Monday MorningL.182 (985)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1935
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
22nd Annual Exhibition of Paintings by Delaware Artists, Members of the Society and Pupils of Howard Pyle
Nov. 4-23, 1935

30. The Sea Gull(unidentified)
39. Dark Harbor FishermanL.191 (955)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1936
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
23rd Annual Exhibition of Paintings by Delaware Artists, Members of the Society and Pupils of Howard Pyle
Nov. 2-28, 1936

27. Low Tideprob.   L.194 (921)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1937(1)
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
Water Colors, Drawings, Prints and Illustrations by Members, Delaware Artists, and Pupils of Howard Pyle
March 15 - April 17, 1937

64. Illustration for "Men of Concord"(unidentified)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1937(2)
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
24th Annual Exhibition, Delaware Artists, Pupils of Howard Pyle, Members of the Society
Nov. 1-27, 1937

20. Bright and FairL.193 (529)
31. September Sea (unidentified)

 

References: exhibition folder; Wilmington Journal Every Evening, "Exhibition of Wilmington Artists Covers Wide Scope", undated clipping, BRM library

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1938(1)
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
Water Colors, Drawings, Prints and Illustrations by Members, Delaware Artists and Pupils of Howard PyleApril 18- May 6, 1938

127. Robin Hood and Friar Tuck (unidentified)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1938(2)
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
25th Annual Delaware Show and Drawings by Katharine Pyle
Nov. 7-27, 1938

21. Sundown-Maine Coast L.214 (993)
66. Three Fishermen P.54 (589)
67. September Sea, Maine (unidentified)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1939
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
26th Annual Exhibition of Paintings by Delaware Artists, Pupils of Howard Pyle, Members of the Society
Nov. 13 - Dec. 3, 1939

12. In the Gorges [sic] Islands, Maine L.208 (1033)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1940(1)
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
Delaware Water Color Show Spring 1940
April 1-28, 1940

51. The Explorer (unidentified)
62. The Captain's Bride (unidentified)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1940(2)
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
27th Annual Exhibition of Paintings by Delaware Artists, Pupils of Howard Pyle, Members of the Society
Nov. 11 - Dec. 1, 1940

25. Island Funeral P.55 (411)
31. Road to the Jones House L.215 (789)
35. John Teel - Fisherman P.57 (520)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1941
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
28th Annual Exhibition of Paintings by Delaware Artists, Members of the Society and Pupils of Howard Pyle
Nov. 24 - Dec. 31, 1941

24. Black Spruce Ledge L.219 (1426)

 

references: exhibition folder; review in Wilmington Morning News, Nov. 25, 1941 does not mention painting

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1942(1)
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
Delaware Water Color Show Spring 1942
May 3-24, 1942

35. Jody and Flag, Illustration for "The Yearling" I.1283 (811)
54. Jack and the Two-headed Giant I.1247 (574)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1942(2)
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
29th Annual Exhibition of Paintings by Delaware Artists, Pupils of Howard Pyle, Members of the Society
Nov. 1 - Dec. 5, 1942

37. Walden Pond P.58 (54)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1943

30th Annual Exhibition of the Work of Delaware Artists, Pupils of Howard Pyle, Members of the Society
Sept. 26 - Oct. 26, 1943

17. The Corn Huskerposs.   L.221 (204)
26. Summer Night L.220 (365)

 

References: exhibition folder; Douglas Allen and Douglas Allen, Jr. suggest that Number 17 was NCW 815; however no image supports the assignment and correspondence regarding NCW 815 is dated between Jan.-April 1945.

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1944
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
31st Annual Exhibition of the Work of Delaware Artists, Pupils of Howard Pyle, Members of the Society
Nov. 5 - Dec. 3, 1944

25. Portrait of a Farmer P.59 (532)
39. Dark Harbor Fisherman L.222 (335)

 

References: exhibition folder

 

 

Wilmington, DE, 1945
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts
32nd Annual Exhibition of the Work of Delaware Artists, Pupils of Howard Pyle, Members of the Society
Nov. 4 - Dec. 2, 1945

17. Spring House L.223 (127)

 

References: exhibition folder





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