Paintings by the Society of Painters of the Far West

April 7-April 29, 1914

The Society of Painters of the Far West was organized in 1912 for the purpose of holding an annual exhibition of paintings of Western America. The 28 works in the exhibit show the Grand Canyon of Arizona, the California coast and the sandy deserts and Indian country of the southwest. Exhibiting artists: E. Riving Couse, Elliott Daingerfield, Ben Foster, Albert l. Groll, Thomas Moran, De Witt Parshall, Edward H. Potthast, William Ritschel, Gardner Symons, William Wendt, Frederick Ballard Williams

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