April 2-30, 1914
Friday Morning Club, Los Angeles, CA
The auditorium of the Friday Morning Club was given free of charge for the exhibit, which included about 35 artists presenting 56 paintings and sculpture.
AUSTIN, Charles Percy
Fantasy (“a group of strange figures doing strange dances in a circle of amber light”)
BORG, Carl Oscar
“three of his crisp little Italian watercolors”
BROWN, Benjamin C.
Sunlit Coast, Monterey
DANDO, Susie M. B.
“a study of crimson dahlias” (watercolor)
A Mountain Stream
DUVALL, Fannie E.
FRANK, Eugene C.
(1844 – Jan. 9, 1914)
Scene in Tyrol
portrait, of Mrs. Barta Hilliard
KILPATRICK, Aaron E.
Among the Flowers
MAYHEW, Nell Brooker
The Tale of Time
“two medallion heads in copper, small, but exquisite, being hardly larger than a coin”
ROLLINS, Warren E.
Evening on the Mesa
ROLLINS, Warren E.
The Land of Little Rain
The Survival of the Fittest
SHARP, J. H.
The Bride’s Gift
The Winding Creek
SMITH, Jack W.
The Final Requiem (Moonlight on the ruined arches of Mission SJC)
WENDT, Julia Bracken
WOLF, Hamilton Achilles
The Three Gates of Time: The Past, the Present and the Future
“strongly modeled portrait head of a man”
$250 in prizes was given by eleven L.A. citizens: Dr. Guy Cochran, John W. Mitchell, Col. J. B. Lankershim, George Layton, Walter P. Story, Homer Laughlin, Jr., S. Q. Story, Louis M. Cole, Mrs. Charles Wellington Rand, Mrs. Michael Francis Reagan, and Mrs. Daniel Murphy.
$100 First Prize - SAMMANN, Detleff, The Survival of the Fittest
$50 Second Prize - DUNLAP, Helena, A Mountain Stream
$25 "Honorable Mention" or "Third Prize" - ROLLINS, Warren E., Evening on the Mesa
($25?) "Honorable Mention" or "Fourth Prize" - PUTHUFF, Hanson, Wonderglow
($50?) Prize for Modeling - WENDT, Julia Bracken, Laetitia
Friday Morning Club
Los Angeles, CA
Open to the public 9-4 daily, Fridays 2-4 p.m., closed Sundays