Childe Hassam

Paintings by Childe Hassam in the Exposition’s Modern Art Exhibit


The Gorge, Appledore [shown here], has a different name than The Beryl Gorge, Appledore but it was painted in 1912 and there is no record of the Beryl Gorge, Appledore on-line. The image shown, Moonrise at Sunset, is quite similar to the image shown in the catalogue.

Shown in the 1915 Modern Art Exhibit
33. The Beryl Gorge, Appledore.
34. Moonrise at Sunset (Illustration).
35. The Squall, Cape Ann.*
36. In Brittany.*

* seeking this image

From the 1915 Catalogue of Paintings:

Childe Hassam

New York City. Born, Boston, Mass., 1869. Pupil of Boulanger and Lefebvre, Paris.

Member, Ten American Painters, National Academy of Design, American Water Color Society, and New York Water Color Club. Associate, Societe Nationale des Beaux Arts, Paris; Secession Society, Munich.

Represented in Boston Act (sic) Club; Metropolitan Museum; Albright Gallery, Buffalo; Art Institute, Indianapolis; Telfair Academy, Savannah, Georgia; Cincinnati Art Museum; Peabody Institute, Baltimore; Rhode Island School of Design, Providence; Art Museum, Worcester, Mass.; Art Club of Erie, Pennsylvania; Art Association, Portland, Oregon; Corcoran Gallery of Art, Freer Collection, and National Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C.; Art Association, Muncie, Indiana; Hillyer Art Gallery, Northampton, Mass.; Walters Gallery, Baltimore; Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia; Carnegie Institute, Pittsburg.

Awarded medal of the Third Class, Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1889; Medal of the Second Class, Munich, 1892; Gold Medal, Art Club of Philadelphia, 1892; Medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; Webb Prize, Society of American Artists, New York, 1895; Prize, Boston Art Club, 1896; Medal of the Second Class, Carnegie Institute, 1898; Temple Gold Medal, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1899; Silver Medal, Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1900; Gold Medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; Gold Medal, Universal Exposition, St. Louis, 1904; Medal of the Third Class, Carnegie Institute, 1905; Thomas B. Clarke Prize, National Academy of Design, 1905; Carnegie Prize, Society of American Artists, 1906; Walter Lippincott Prize, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1906; Sesnan Gold Medal, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1910; Evans Prize American Water Color Society, 1912; First W. A. Clarke Prize and Corcoran Gold Medal, Corcoran Gallery, Washington, 1912.