California Art Club Gallery and Club-Room, Los Angeles, CA
January 31 – February 25, 1911
Formal Reception: Evening of Monday, January 30th, 1911
The California Art Club had its first show in the Gallery of the Ivins Apartments, 10th and Figueroa Street from January 31 to February 11. At this show, 64 paintings were exhibited by 19 members. Julia Bracken Wendt was the only woman and only sculptor represented in that initial exhibition of the Club.
3 studies (at least one of a head)
AUSTIN, Charles Percy
Surf and Fog – monotype; Summer Morning Surf – oil “sketches with figures”
AVERY, Kenneth Newell
portraits and figure studies (one nude)
BISCHOFF, Franz A.
florals and landscapes
BORG, Carl Oscar
Halcyon Days – oil (“a seascape of unusual brilliance”)
CONNER, Albert Clinton
Sunshine and Mist; Manhattan Beach – oil
Brother – clay sculpture, plus several oils (symbolistic figures; “paintings of mysteries”)
KILPATRICK, Aaron E.
Sycamores; Sespe Canyon
LIDDELL, Frank R.
MANBERT, R. B.
figures/portraits and landscapes
MINER, Frederick R.
Point Fermin from the Malibu – oil
MOCINE, Ralph Fullerton
Sketch – oil
Market at Juarez – oil; (“sketches with figures”)
SMITH, Jack W.
coastal paintings (“shore studies”)
WENDT, Julia Bracken
sculptures: bas relief portraits and small portrait busts
5 landscapes (“remarkable studies of Southern California”)
California Art Club Gallery and Club-Room
10th and Figueroa Streets, Hotel Ivins, Los Angeles, CA