Official Catalogue, 16th Annual Loan Collection: State Fair of Texas and Mexican National Exhibition Page: 8
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STATE FAIR OF TEXAS-1921
of Artists, Washington, D. C., 1913; Silver Medal, Panama-
Pacific Exposition, San Francisco, 1915-16; Carnegie Prize,
National Academy Exhibition, Winter, 1918-19. Represent-
ed in the following Permanent Collections: The Cochran
Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C.; Dallas Public Library
Gallery, Dallas, Texas; Oberlin College Collection, Ober-
lin, Ohio; Brooks Memorial Gallery, Memphis, Tenn.; Lin-
coln Art Association Collection, Lincoln, Neb. Toledo
Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio; Butler Art Institute,
Youngstown, Ohio, and in many large private collections.
19. "ANTIQUE GARDEN."
(For this work the artist was awarded the Thomas W.
Fry Prize for Landscape, St. Louis Artists Guild,
Eighth Competitive Exhibition.)
CARPENTER, FRED G.-344 Tuxedo Boulevard, Web-
ster Grove, Mo. Born, Nashville, Tenn., June 1, 1882. Pu-
pil of Laurens, Baschet, Simon and Collin, in Paris. Mem-
ber: St. Louis Art League, St. Louis Artists' Guild, and
Two-by-Four Society. Awards: Honorable Mention, Salon
des Artistes Francais, 1911; Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific
Exposition, San Francisco, 1915; Bascomb Prize, St. Louis
Art Guild, 1916. Represented by "Day Dreams," Heron
Art Institute, Indianapolis; "Girl With Apples," Wednes-
day Club; "La Chaise Libre," St. Louis Museum; Picture
in Artists' Guild, St. Louis, Mo.; "Rosecolor, Scarlet and
Black," Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia,
20. "SPRING IN SAN JOSE CANON."
21. "A PATIO GARDEN."
CULBERTSON, J. M.-Pupil of Geo. H. Sullivan, at
Shinnicock; W. M. Chase, at Brooklyn, and Rhoda Holmes
Nichols. Member: Brooklyn Art Club, Black and White
Club, Monterey Peninsula Art Club. Awards: Honorable
Mention, at Seattle Fair.
22. "LOVE SONG."
CARPENTER, MILDRED BAILEY.-344 Tuxedo Boule-
vard, St. Louis, Mo. Winner of Edward Mallinckrodt
Prize, "Madam Panquin."
CARSON, LISSA DELL.-Dallas, Texas.
24. "PORTRAIT OF ALEXANDER C. GARRETT,
BISHOP OF DALLAS.
CARTWRIGHT, ISABEL BRANSON, (Mrs.)-Terrell,
Texas, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Graduate of Phila-
delphia School of Design, winning European Fellowship;
studied in London for one year in the Gallerie, and with
Frank Brangwyn; also studied with Elliot Daingerfield
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State Fair of Texas. Official Catalogue, 16th Annual Loan Collection: State Fair of Texas and Mexican National Exhibition, pamphlet, 1921; Dallas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth183255/m1/10/: accessed November 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dallas Museum of Art.