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EXHIBITION ARCHIVE

 
EXHIBITION TITLEOPENING DATE—CLOSING DATE
1939
Paintings by Artists West of the Mississippi, circuited by the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center February, 1939
French Silver of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, lent by the Sons of Leon Helft, Paris, in cooperation with Arnold Seligmann, Rey and Co., NY May, 1939
Work by Members of the Society of Independent Artists of St. Louis May, 1939
Retrospective Exhibition of Paintings by Members of the Art League of St. Louis March, 1939
Chinese Furniture and Paintings, lent by C.T. Loo & Co., New York June, 1939–March, 1940
International Water Color Exhibition, circuited by the Art Institute of Chicago July, 1939
Paintings and Sculpture by Members of the St. Louis Artists Guild April, 1939
Work by Members of the St. Louis Branch of the American Artists Congress September, 1939
Exhibition by Members of the St. Louis Chapter of the American Institute of Architects October, 1939
Paintings and Sculpture by Artists of St. Louis and Vicinity November, 1939
Work by Members of the Weavers Guild of St. Louis November, 1939
Firearms of Princes, lent by William G. Renwick December, 1939–January, 1940
Work by Negro Artists of St. Louis, sponsored by the Urban League of St. Louis December, 1939
Photographs from the 1939 Newspaper Snapshot Contest December 10-17, 1939
Memorial Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings by William Glackens October 1-29, 1939
Twentieth Century German Painting September 1-25, 1939
Prints by Rouault, shown through the courtesy of the Museum of Modern Art, New York July 24–August 21, 1939
1939 St. Louis Photographic Salon, sponsored by the Camera Club Council of St. Louis June 1-30, 1939
Work by Members of the American Physicians Art Association May 14-30, 1939
Three Centuries of American Architecture, 1609-1938, lent by the Museum of Modern Art April 8-30, 1939
Paintings and Drawings by Gros, Gericault and Delacroix, lent through the courtesy of M. Knoedler & Co. March 13–April 8, 1939
1938
Paintings by Max Beckmann, lent by the Buchholz Gallery, New York June, 1938
Architectural Photographs by St. Louis Architects, from the Exhibition held by the Architectural League in New York City June, 1938
Chinese Jades, lent by Mrs. Edward Sonnenschein, Chicago December 1, 1938–February 28, 1939
Thirty-third Annual Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists December 31, 1938–February 12, 1939
Paintings and Sculpture by Artists of St. Louis and Vicinity October 30–November 30, 1938
English Mezzotints of the Eighteenth Century, lent by M. Knoedler & Co., New York October 1–November 13, 1938
Contemporary American Paintings, "1938" through the courtesy of the ACA Galleries, New York September 28–October 16, 1938
Seventeenth International Water Color Exhibition, circuited by the Art Institute of Chicago July 21–August 21, 1938
Collection of European Pewter, Sixteenth to Nineteenth Century, lent by A.T. Haeberle April 15–July 15, 1938
Early Spanish Art, assembled in connection with the opening of the Hispano-Moresque Interior March 26–September 30, 1938
Thirty-second Annual Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists February 5–March 20, 1938
Tercentenary Exhibition of Swedish Art January 11-26, 1938
1937
The Process of Print Making April, 1937
100 Print Photographic Salon of the Photographic Society of America June, 1937
Paintings by the Ohio Water Color Society July, 1937
Sculpture by Anna Hyatt Huntington December, 1937
Paintings by Artists of St. Louis and Vicinity November 3-30, 1937
Prints by Classical Painter-Gravers October 7-31, 1937
Facsimiles of prehistoric Rock Paintings September 13–October 4, 1937
Guatemalan Textiles and Costumes July 29–August 29, 1937
The Development of Flower Painting from the Seventeenth Century to the Present, supplemented by Flower Prints of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries lent by Gordon Dunthorne, and Illustrated Botanical Books lent by the Missouri Botanical Garden May–June, 1937
Paintings by Georges de Latour and the Brothers Le Nain March 1-21, 1937
Thirty-first Annual Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists January 2–February 15, 1937
1936
Etchings by Samuel Chamberlain December, 1936
Contemporary Prints selected from a St. Louis Collection June, 1936
Prints by Rembrandt October, 1936
Japanese Art, Suiko to Tokugawa Periods, lent from the collection of Sadajiro Yamanaka December, 1936
Japanese Women’s Hair Ornaments and Toilet Accessories, lent from the collection of Baron Ino Dan December, 1936
Water Colors by Thomas Hart Benton and John Steuart Curry December, 1936
Paintings by Artists of St. Louis and Vicinity October 31–November 29, 1936
Fifth International Exhibition of Lithographs and Wood Engravings August 13–September 13, 1936
International Pictorial Photography July 1–August 12, 1936
Persian Art, lent by Parish-Watson & Co., New York June 17, 1936–January 28, 1937
Contemporary Italian Painting May 4-23, 1936
Chinese Ceramics of the Ming Dynasty, selected from a St. Louis Collection May 23–October 26, 1936
Ceramic Sculpture by Waylande de Santis Gregory April 2–May 4, 1936
Venetian Painting of the Eighteenth Century March 1-29, 1936
Photographs of Missouri Domestic Architecture before 1850 by Alexander E. Piaget February 17–March 1, 1936
Thirtieth Annual Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists January 4–February 16, 1936
1935
Contemporary British Paintings November, 1935
Rotary Exhibition of the Society of American Etchers November, 1935
Southern Asiatic Sculpture, lent by C.T. Loo, New York December, 1935
Chinese Ceramics of the T’ang and Sung Dynasties, lent anonymously Unknown
The "Prisons" series of Etchings by G.B. Piranesi (first state) presented to Washington University by Dr. Malvern B. Clopton Unknown
Persian Miniatures, lent by H. Kevorkian, New York November–December, 1935
Water Colors by Cleveland Artists October 1-30, 1935
Prints Selected from the Century of Progress Exhibition, Art Institute of Chicago August 15–September 15, 1935
Old Master Drawings from the Collection of Dr. Max A. Goldstein July 17–September 30, 1935
Old Master Paintings Selected from St. Louis Collections July 17–September 30, 1935
Thirteenth Annual International Water Color Exhibition June 15–July 15, 1935
Paintings by Artists of St. Louis and Vicinity May 8–June 12, 1935
Japanese Textiles and "No" Costumes April 8–May 4, 1935
Chiaroscuro Prints from the Collection of Horace M. Swope March–April, 1935
Prints by Albrecht Dürer March 4–April 8, 1935
Twenty-five Paintings from the Collection of Lillie P. Bliss February 4–March 4, 1935
Medieval Tapestries and Decorative Art January 8–February 18, 1935
1934
Drawings by Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Masters, from the Collection of Richard Owen December, 1934
Paintings by Mary Cassatt January, 1934
Water Colors by Hercules Brabazon-Brabazon February, 1934
Lithographs by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec December, 1934
Photographys by f:16, a group of Missouri Photographers March, 1934
Memorial Exhibition of the Work of Gari Melchers November 12–December 10, 1934
Twenty-ninth Annual Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists September 15–October 30, 1934
Annual Exhibition of Water Colors by American Artists August 1–September 15, 1934
First International Exhibition of Theatre Art June 23–July 22, 1934
Paintings by Artists of St. Louis and Vicinity May 23–June 20, 1934
Paintings by Pierre Bonnard April 17–May 16, 1934
Paintings by French Impressionists (1860-1880) April 17–May 16, 1934
Paintings and Color Prints by George Caleb Bingham March 15–April 15, 1934
Paintings and Drawings by Eugene Speicher February 10–March 11, 1934
1933
Drawings by Nineteenth Century Masters, from the Paul J. Sachs Collection lent by the Fogg Art Museum January, 1933
Persian Fresco Reconstructions June, 1933
Paintings by Walt Kuhn January, 1933
Paintings by Albert P. Ryder and Arthur B. Davies and Small Bronzes by Arthur B. Davies December, 1933
Drawings by Maude Phelps Hutchins November–December, 1933
Exposition of Indian Tribal Arts November 4–December 2, 1933
Twenty-eighth Annual Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists September 16–October 31, 1933
Twentieth Anniversary Exhibition of the St. Louis Artists’ Guild May 17–June 14, 1933
Paintings by Edward Bruce April 1–May 14, 1933
Small Sculpture and Drawings by Contemporary Sculptors April 23–May 21, 1933
"Portrait of the Artist’s Mother" by James McNeill Whistler April 14–May 14, 1933
Group of Prints from the First International Exhibition of Etching and Engraving March 23–April 23, 1933
Japanese "Omi-ye" February 1-19, 1933
Water Colors by Contemporary American Artists February 20–March 20, 1933
Photographs by Members of the Missouri Photographic Society January 15-31, 1933
1932
Hispano-Moresque Majolica lent by Stora, New York January, 1932
Mexican Arts February, 1932
Sketches for Mural Paintings by Boardman Robinson February, 1932
Fifty Prints of the Year July, 1932
Paintings by Contemporary Japanese Artists July, 1932
Paintings by Edy Legrand June, 1932
Paintings by Luigi Lucioni November, 1932
Selected Paintings from the St. Louis Independent Exhibition December 1-15, 1932
Water Colors by Winslow Homer, lent by the Art Institute of Chicago December 15, 1932–January 15, 1933
Drawings by Fragonard, lent by Dr. A.S. Rosenbach October–November, 1932
Renaissance Textiles from the Collection of H.A. Elsberg October 15–November 1, 1932
Twenty-seventh Annual Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists September 3–October 16, 1932
Group of Prints from the Third International Exhibition of Lithography and Wood Engraving, organized by the Art Institute of Chicago July 28–August 28, 1932
Small Canvases by Contemporary French Painters June 1-15, 1932
"American Life in Retrospect," Lithographs by Currier and Ives May 1-14, 1932
Lithographs by Daumier from "Charivari" May 16-31, 1932
Foreign Section of the Thirtieth International Exhibition of Paintings from Carnegie Institute March 7–April 18, 1932
Photographs by Members of the Missouri Photographic Society March 22–April 6, 1932
Dutch Masters: Genre, Landscape and Still Life January 15–February 14, 1932
1931
British Loan Collection of XVIII Century Water Colors and Drawings May, 1931
Second International Exhibition of Lithography and Wood Engraving April, 1931
Water Colors by Cleveland Artists March, 1931
Art of the Southwest February, 1931
Portraits by Contemporary American Painters February, 1931
Modern Japanese Wood Block Prints January, 1931
Nineteenth Century French Painting January, 1931
Water Colors by the Royal Society of British Artists June, 1931
Toiles from the Collection of Agnes Holden October, 1931–March, 1932
Modern British Etchings July, 1931
Paintings by Contemporary Brazilian Artists July, 1931
Fifty Prints of the Year August, 1931
Old Masters and Decorative Arts from the Collection of Mr. & Mrs. Edward A. Faust, on indefinite loan December, 1931
Early American Furniture and Silver from the Mabel Brady Garvan Collection, Yale University, on indefinite loan October, 1931
Eleventh International Water Color Exhibition November–December, 1931
Twenty-sixth Annual Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists September 19–November 1, 1931
Sculpture by Carl Milles June–August, 1931
Paintings and Prints by the Masters of Post-Impressionism April 4-26, 1931
Oils, Water Colors and Drawings by John Steuart Curry March 1-15, 1931
Paintings by Harold Weston March 1-15, 1931
Work of the faculty of the St. Louis School of Fine Arts March 16-31, 1931
Work by Missouri Photographic Society January 15-31, 1931
1930
Sculpture by Numa Patlagean June, 1930
Second International Exhibition of Industrial Art (Glass and Rugs) May, 1930
Architectural Drawings from Chicago War Memorial Competition April, 1930
Work by Students of the St. Louis School of Fine Arts April, 1930
First International Exhibition of Lithography and Wood Engraving February, 1930
Original Photographs by pictorial Photographers of America February, 1930
Advertising Art Exhibition February, 1930
German Private Press Books January, 1930
Original Illustrations from "Book Trails" January, 1930
Paintings by Ilah Marian Kibbey June, 1930
Fifty Prints of the Year June, 1930
Work by the faculty of the St. Louis School of Fine Arts January, 1930
Oil Paintings by Cleveland Artists December, 1930
Contemporary Hungarian Art November, 1930
Early American Portraits November, 1930
Sculpture and Drawings by Georges Hilbert November, 1930
Paintings by Canadian Artists August, 1930
Contemporary Belgian Art July, 1930
Paintings by Eight Contemporary American Artists July, 1930
Architectural Models and Plans by Professor Behrens and his Master School December, 1930
Twenty-fifth Annual Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists September 20–November 2, 1930
Foreign Section of the Twenty-eighth International Exhibition of Paintings from Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh March 11–April 27, 1930
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