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«STATISTICS 127 JEWISH STATISTICS The statistics of Jews in the world rest largely upon estimates. In Russia, Austria-Hungary, Germany, and a few ...»

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D E R YID. Y i d d i s h. "Weekly. N e w York. E s t. 1905.

Suspended publication November n, 1905.

Yiddish. Weekly. New York. Est. 1906.

DIE YIDDISHE FOHN.

(First issue January 5.) Suspended publication in July, 1906.

Yiddish. Weekly. Philadelphia, Pa.

DEE YIDDISHEK KAMPFER.

Est. 1906. (First issue March 30.) English title, " The Jew Militant." Organ of the Poaley Zion.

Semi-monthly.

YOUNG MEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION* MAGAZINE.

New Orleans, La. Est. 1903.

DEB ZEITGEIST. Yiddish. Weekly. New York. Est. 1905. (First issue September 1.) English title, " The Spirit of the Times." Weekly edition of VORWAKTS.

ZION MESSENGER. Monthly. Chicago, 111. Est. 1904.

Organ of the Order Knights of Zion.

Suspended publication in 1905-1906.

Yiddish. Monthly. New York. Est. 1892.

DIE ZUKUNFT.

English title, " The Future."

ANNUALS AND YEAR BOOKS

Annuals or Year Books were published in 1905, or for 1905by the following congregations:

BETH ISRAEL, Philadelphia, Pa.

B'NAI B'RITH, LOS Angeles, Cal. (VI).

KENESETH ISRAEL, Philadelphia, Pa. (XVII).

OHAVEI SHOLEM, Nashville, Tenn. (IV).

RODEPH SHALOM, Philadelphia, Pa. (XIII).

TIFERETH ISRAEL, Cleveland, O. (VIII).

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A LIST OF WORKS BY JEWISH ARTISTS IN THE

UNITED STATES

AUGUST, 1905, TO AUGUST, 1906 [Heretofore no record has been kept of the activities of the American Jews in the fine arts of painting, sculpture, illustration, and architecture. The following list, though far from complete, gives the most important work accomplished along these lines during the past year.

The work of painters has been compiled by reference to the leading exhibitions throughout the United States, and the name of the society given is that at which a picture was first publicly shown. The work of illustrators is chiefly that which has appeared in the current monthly magazines.

The abbreviations in parentheses after the name indicate the branch of art pursued: P., painter; Min. P., miniature painter;

S., sculptor; I., illustrator; Arch., architect; Photo., photographer.] BAER, WILLIAM J. (Min. P.) The Apple. American Society ot Miniature Painters, New York, 1906.

BALLIN, HUGO. (P.) Summer; and Mother and Child (awarded Thomas B. Clarke Prize). National Academy of Design, New York, 1906.—Prize Design in Competition for the President's Prize, Decoration; and The Portative Organ. New York Architectural League, 1906.—Church at Greenwich; The Lute Player; and Susanna in the Bath. Society of American Artists, New York, 1906.—Woman and Child. American Water Color Society, New York, 1906.

BLUMENSCHEIN, ERNEST LEONARD. (P., I.) Illustrations in color for The Unexpected; and Archie's Baby. McClure's Magazine, August, 1906.

BRUNNER, ARNOLD W. (Arch.) School of Mines. Columbia University.—Public Baths, East 11th Street, New York.—Federal Building, Cleveland, O.

CALIGA, ISAAC HENRY. (P.) Lady in Black; Dr. Alfred Porter Putnam; and Portrait (pastel). Copley Society of Boston, June, 1905.—A Study of Sunshine. Carnegie Institute of Pittsburg, 1905.—The Checker Players. National Academy of Design, New York, 1906.—The Ward Politicians. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, 1906.—Childhood. Society of American Artists, New York, 1906.—The Toilet. Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, 1906.

176 AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK LEWIS. (P.) Springtime; Meadow—Late September;

COHEN, and Woman at a Pool. National Academy of Design, New York, 1906.—Willows and Stream. Society of American Artists, New York, 1906.

DESSAE, LOUIS PAUL. (P.) Moonlight. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, 1906.

EZEKIEL, MOSES J. (S.) Eve. National Academy of Design, New York, 1906.

FLOEIAN, WALTEE. (P.) Portrait of Josef Israels. Carnegie Institute of Pittstmrg, 1905.—J. Campbell Phillips; and A Dutch Woman. National Academy of Design, New York, 1906.

FBANK, EUGENE. (Photo.) Dido; and Rebecca. Lewis and Clark Exposition, Portland, Ore., 1905.

FBEEDLANDEB, J. H. (Arch.) National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. Johnson City, Tenn.—Ambulance Station and Power House; and New Harlem Hospital, New York.—Residence of Dr. Garry deN. Hough, Vineyard Haven, Mass.

FBOMKES, MAUBICE. (P.) Portrait of Dr. S. 8.; and the Florentine Chain. National Academy of Design, New York, 1906.

FULDE, EDWAED B. (P.) Visit. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, 1906.

HECHT, VICTOE DAVID. (P.) A Montmartre Girl. Exhibition of Oil Paintings and Sculpture, Art Institute of Chicago, 1905.— Portrait of Michael Steiner; and Portrait of A. C. Friedrichs.

National Academy of Design, New York, 1906.—Portrait of Miss H.; and Portrait of Albert Dakin Gihon. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, 1906.—Portrait of Miss Lillian 8.; and Portrait of Hugo Ballin. Society of American Artists, New York, 1906.

HEBZOG, F. BENEDICT. (P., Photo.) Photograph from life, A Tale of Isolde. New York Architectural League, 1906.

HEEZOG, LEWIS. (P., I.) Mackerel Boats; and Nantucket Dunes.





Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, 1906.— November Snow. Society of American Artists, New York, 1906.

IVANOWSKI, SIGISMUND. (P., I.) Midwinter, drawing in color.

Century, February, 1906.—Illustration for Carmelina's Carabiniere. Scribner's Magazine, August, 1906.

JOSEPH, JULIUS. (P.) Pitiless Winter; and Close of Day. Lewis and Clark Exposition, Portland, Ore., 1905.

WORKS BY JEWISH ARTISTS 177 A. (Min. P., P.) Over the Meadows. New York JOSEPHI, ISAAC Water Color Club, 1905.—Mrs. Post. American Society of Miniature Painters, 1906.—New Jersey Market Garden; Evening. Erie (Pa.) Art Club, 1906.—Autumn Afternoon; and Autumn Afternoon. Society of American Artists, New York, 1906.—The Market Garden; Evening; and After the Rain.

American Water Color Society, New York, 1906.

KAEFUNKUE, DAVID. (P., S., Etcher.) Children Burning Leaves;

and The Poet. Society of American Artists, New York, 1906.

KEYSEE, ERNEST WISE. (P. S.) Mural paintings at the National Exchange Bank, Baltimore, Md., completed August, 1905.— Statue of Sir Galahad, unveiled at Ottawa, Can., December, 1905.

KOOPMAN, AUGUSTUS. (P.) Return of the Shrimp Catchers; and the Village Circus. Carnegie Institute of Pittsburg, 1905.— The Last Kiss. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, 1906.—The Arrival from Sea; and The Fisher's Family (Monotypes). Art Institute of Chicago, 1906.—The Laughing Girl. Society of American Artists, New York, 1906.

KKONBEEG, LOUIS. (P.) Souvenir of Japan. Copley Society of Boston, 1905.—An Oriental Dancer. Exhibition of Oil Paintings and Sculpture, Art Institute of Chicago, 1905.—Snow Ballet. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, 1906.—The Lotus; The Dancing Lesson; The Guitar Player (1); The Guitar Player (2); Study (nude); Sleep (nude); Souvenir of the Orient; Queen of the Orient; Ballet Girl; Yes; The Last Touches; In the Mirror; Preparing for the Dance; The Green Rooe; Souvenir of Algiers; The Parrot;

The Favorite; Ballet Girls; Ballet Girls; Juanita; Oriental Dancer; Oriental Dancer; The Fan; Study of Richard Mansfield as Shylock; Study of Richard Mansfield as Cyrano;

Study of Richard Mansfield as Baron Chevrial; Mansfield Rehearsing; The Yellow Robe; Copelia; My Friend, E. H. C;

After the Dance; In the Mirror; Alice; Souvenir of Banta;

Copelia (2); A Dancer of the Orient. Society of Odd Brushes of Boston, 1906.

LANDEAU, SANDOE L. (P.) Lady with Scarf. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, 1906.

LEVI, JULIAN C. (Arch., P.) Interior of Baptistry, San Marco, Venice; Baptismal Font, Courtyard of the Palazzo Vecchio, Florence; Interior of the Capella Palatina, Palermo, Sicily;

Pulpit and Choir; and Interior of the Baths of the Forum, Pompeii: The Trepidarium, New York Architectural League, 1906.—Interior of Lower Church, San Francisco.—Assisi;

178 AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK Interior of San Giovanni in Fonte, Ravennaj The Baptismal Font and Interior, St. Germain des Prcs, Paris; The Ambulatory. New York Water Color Club, 1905.

LICHTENAUEB, J. MOETIMEE. (P.) Vision of the Sea. National Academy of Design, New York, 1906.—The Cup of Life. Society of American Artists, New York, 1906.

LOEB, Louis. (P. I.) Jessica. National Academy of Design, New York, 1906—Morning; and Siren. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, 1906.—Reverie; and Portrait of Mrs. Henry Frank. Society of American Artists, New York, 1906.—The Yellow Gown. Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, 1906.

MAHLER, REBECCA. (P.) Resting. National Academy of Design, New York, 1906.

MAYER, HENR.Y. Caricatures, New York Sunday Times, etc.

MOLABSKY, ABRAHAM. (P.) Still Life; and In the Caff, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, 1906.

MORGAN, HERBERT A. (P.) Sweet Sixteen; and In the Woods.

National Academy of Design, New York, 1906.

MOSCHCOWITZ, PAUL. (P.) Portrait of a Boy. Society of American Artists, New York, 1906.

MOSES, ARNOLD H. (Arch.) Quality Shop for Finley Acker Company, Twelfth and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia, Pa.

MOSLEE, GUSTAV H. (P.) Waiting. Lewis and Clark Exposition, Portland, Ore., 1905.

MOSLEE, HENRY. (P.) Knitting; and Billet Doux. Art Institute of Chicago, 1905.—Devotion. National Academy of Design, New York, 1906.

MYERS, JEEOME. (P.) The Shrine; and East Side Scene, New York. Carnegie Institute of Pittsburg, 1905.—Recreation Pier.

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, 1906.— A Religious Procession; The Band Stand; and An Appreciative Audience. Society of American Artists, New York, 1906.

PEIXOTTO, EENEST CLIFFOED. (P., I.) Lady with a Lorgnette. Carnegie Institute of Pittsburg, 1905.—The Yellow Gown. Society of American Artists, New York, 1906.—Bassin du Dragon. American Water Color Society, New York, 1906.— Illustrations for The Pan-American Railway, Scribner's Magazine, April, 1906.—Illustrations for At the Baths of Lucca, Scribner's Magazine, May, 1906.—Illustrations for Impressions of Dalmatia. Scribner's Magazine, July, 1906.

WORKS BY JEWISH ARTISTS 179 J. CAMPBELL. (P., I.) Autumn's First Touches; Fishel PHILLIPS, H. Cohen, Esq.; and Mrs. B. M. Phillips. National Academy of Design, New York, 1906.—Portrait of Hugo Ballin, Esq Society of American Artists, New York, 1906.

REICH, JACQUES. (Etcher.) President McEinley.

(I., P.) Illustrations for An

ROSENMEYEE, BEENAED JACOB.

Angel Unaware. Everybody's Magazine, June, 1906.—Illustrations for And So They Were Married. Everybody's Magazine, July, 1906.

ROSENTHAL, ALBERT. (P., Etcher.) Hon. Edward M. Paxson, Chief Justice of Pennsylvania; and Col. M. Richards Muckle.

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, 1906.

ROSENTHAL, DAVID. (P., I.) Symphony of Winter; Twilight;

Across the Fields; and Sunshine and Shadow (Water Color).

Cincinnati Museum Association, 1906.

SCHOENFELD, FLORA I. (P.) The Quarrel; and A Little Girl.

Society of Western Artists, 1905-6.

STERNE, MAURICE H. (P., I.) On the Piazza, Anzio, Italy; Entrance of the Ballet; and Portrait of Sculptor. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, 1906.

(P., I.) Illustrations for Fenwick's Career.

STERNEE, ALBERT.

Century Magazine, 1905-6.—The Lady with the Muff. Exhibition of Water Colors, Pastels, and Miniatures, Art Institute of Chicago, 1906.—Illustrations for What was Expected of Miss Constantine. Century, July, 1906.

STIEGLITZ, ALFRED. (Photo.) Going to the Start; and The Hand of Man. Lewis and Clark Exposition, Portland, Ore., 1905.

ULLMAN, EUGENE PAUL. (P.) Portrait of Mrs. Ullman; and Portrait of Madam Fisher (Temple Gold Medal). Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, 1906.

WALKOWITZ, ABRAHAM. (P., Etcher.) Twilight. National Academy of Design, New York, 1906.

WEILL, EDMOND. (P.) Summ,er Grays. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, 1906.—The Overlook. Philadelphia Water Club, 1906.—Winter Afternoon. American Water Color Society, New York, 1906.

WEISS, SAMUEL A. (P.) Moonlight. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, 1906.—Rising Mist; and The Hudson in Mist. Society of American Artists, New York, 1906.

WEENEE, W. S. (I.) Illustrations for The Baby. Delineator, July, 1906.

180 AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK (Wood Eng.) In the Adirondacks, after A. H.

WOLF, HENBY.

Wyant; Christ Walking on the Sea, after C. C. Coleman;

Thomas Carlyle, after Whistler; Mrs. Earle, after W. M.

Chase; and A Favorite Corner, after John W. Alexander.

Philadelphia Water Color Club, 1906—The Morning Star, original drawing; Mr. Joseph Pulitzer, after Sargent; Little Lady Sophia of Soho, after Whistler, and The Roadside, after R. Swain Gifford. American Water Color Society, New York, 1906.—A Flower, after J. W. Alexander. Harper's Magazine, July, 1906.—Portrait of John Trumbull, after Gilbert Stuart.

Century, August, 1906.

WOOLF, SAMUEL JOHNSON. (P.) The Chemist. Carnegie Institute of Pittsburg, 1905.—Finale. Art Institute of Chicago, 1905.—Portrait of John Finley, President of the College of the City of New York. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, 1906.

APPOINTMENTS AND HONORS 181

APPOINTMENTS AND HONOES

AUGUST 21, 1905, TO AUGUST 15, 1906 Adolph, Indianapolis, Ind., appointed Captain of Police, 1905.

ASCH, Cohen, Isadore F., of Pennsylvania, appointed to be Assistant Surgeon in the Navy from February 28, 1906.

Cohn, Louis J., of Reno, Nev., appointed to be Register of the Land Office, Carson City, Nevada, 1906.

Conried, Heinrich, New York City, receives the Order of the Iron Crown of the Third Class from the Emperor of Austria.

Cowen, Philip, New York, appointed Special Inspector in the Immigration Service, September, 1905.

Dessar, L. Paul, New York, elected member of the National Academy of Design.



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