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1 Different Varieties of
III "Commercial" Art Repre
ssnts a Spade as a Gar-
II H den Implement,
iggl Chairman Evans Explains the In-
W$K ,-wardness of Painting Society
llflj Exliibit ITow Coinplote.
ffl, "While commercial art Is disporting itsolf
jful In Osrden, tho art which has bocn desk-
fifi natcd as "real," by tho artists, will have
Iffl Ita lnnlnff In this city in tho modest cx-
RgjBS hlbltlon opened loot ovoning: hi Social
U J9 hall by tho Society of , Utah Artists
3 Jffl To nay that tho exhibition ic modest docs
j 1 MB tractlveness; it means rathor that it Is to
I H IB 1,0 a ?e,cct aftair a show which docs not
I I I:c8 rcqulro a bras3 band to call attention to
H Kffl 113 attractions.
Swill Tho exnlbltJon ,3 not wanting hi
HliM tho number of Its offerings, in the scono
liHWW of the subjects represented or ln tho merit
UgjflH of tho productions. Both the exhibition
BJ HH committee and tho receiving and hanging
H IfH committee have been very busy for sovoral
H liH days getting- the paintings in position and
w XH tho other preliminaries arranged. Tho
n I1H exhibition will bo opon until December 31,
I Ijiflj , On next TYednceday night a muslcalo will
IHjNr bCl Klven in tno exhibition hall, which is
I BUB 1 expected to bo a vory delightful society
HBififi Mr. Evans Is Enthusiastic.
RmO Edwin Evans, chairman of tho cxhlbl
RHsH' llon committee, was enthusiastic yester
IBfflN day In regard to the outlook.
llnfll "The oxhibltlon will be the best ever
RUuflN seen here," ho said "As good pictures
HH j have been shown before, but the standard
KIR has not been so high. No artists will ex-
BJnM ' hlblt here except by special invitation, and
NtjH , nil students' work has been eliminated. A
WiMj ' new element will be noticed In tho display,
Bfflj the work of tho artists who havo recently
HuH i returned from France. They will show
man now productions which clearly demon-
B9M , strato their advancement in real art."
Bnw When asked for a definition of the term
HI "commercial art," as applied to tho work
mSM of some artists who arc not members of
Wj ' tho Utah society, Air. Evans said:
Km Commercial Art Defined.
MSI "The commercial artist paints pictures
n to sell, regardless of their real merit. Tho
nVj merit of an art production lies ln tho de-
jHH grce of truthfulness with which lt rcpre-
BJj 1 sents naturo or the real, Tho commercial
IHl I artist docs not usually mako a close
WK study of nature, llo paints something
111 which appeals to tho uncultivated taste,
IM but which oftentimes Is a travesty on na
il ture. Real art always expresses tho
H The commorcial reporter thought ho
JIB caught something of tho artist's mean
fjM lng whon ho looked at somo of the plc
.MB tures hung In tho exhibition. One artist
BJ 1 had put his soul Into a few rods of com
Mj mon, dirty railroad track running through
W a bit of landscape which could bo Inter
im cstlng only on canvass because it was so
IM true to nature. It was a real railroad
B track. The rails are rusty, where they
Bfl should be, and they stick out on the
Ml landscape as railroad rails aro wont to do
jRH at close range. And lt actually made the
Win nowspapcr man Jircd and thirsty to count
jW : tho tics. Then ho wondered If lt could bo
HH ' truo that the commercial artist Mr. Evans
EHH j nnd described might havo passed by this
pHH ' satisfying scene to paint a picture of tho
Jul: Alps or tho Royal Gorgo, Or. If he had
jul; baoi. painting tho scene, "tin Bon Regal, '
BUM i which means a royal meal, or something
HI I of that sort, would he have had the Ital
DOn ian family ropreecntcd as catlnff cavlaro
HHB Instead of plain macaroni.
Inn Bargain Counter Scenery.
BHW Mr. Riohards, one of the artists who Is
BBS ropresonted in tho exhibition, thought this
WB would bo very likely. "The commercial
WKBm artist, ho sold, "when painting a land
flnffl scapo Is Inclined -to throw in a prodigality
Blffl) of scenery. Just to glvo his patron, tho
WJBj worth of his money. It makes little dlf
iWB ferenco whether tho sunset effects aro
In shown in tho west or the cast, so that tho
PJjBB coloring Is aufflclontlv brilliant."
BUI But, regardless of tho dlfforonce3 which
BIBfl may exist between tho two echools of ar
il JH tlsts, there is no discount on the exhibi
ts flH tlon t0 bo 8Ccn at Soc,nl lta.Il. While It
IT HI "vvaa not yesterday sufficiently In place to
IliflM admit of a comprehensive Inspection,
fill enough could be scencto show that there
MdjUl would bo display which would afford the
tffiMJ art lovr an opportunity for manv hours
KM of delightful study. There arc a number
BlBjt of pictures which bear tho distinction of
HJH ' navInff boon hung- in tho Paris salon, and
rwM j many others which are no less deserving
R , Tho places of special honor aro given to
tj Miss Roso Hartwcll's "Un Bon Regal"
Mi M and Leo Greene RJchards's llfe-sizo por
I I trait of Mrs. Bathsheba W. Smith. A few
of tho many other meritorious ones aro
II "Toung America." by Mr Harwood a
M M water-color portrait of his son; portrait
m B of Dr. Heber John Richards, by Mr. Rlch
M ffi ards; Prtralt of Mrs. Ed Kimball, by
H UB MJss Hai-twoll, and a cattlo piece, one of
HIB 1 Mr. Evans's strongest productions.
I List of Exhibits.
, Following is tho complcto catalogue of
Browning-. O. Wesley. 1 Thn Hidden Brook;
2, A Golden Day: 3, Tho Pond. Liberty Park;
4, Oren Fields; C, Impromptu Recital (not for
Kilo), 8. Wooded Gllmpso; 7, Sprlnir Evening;
, Irrliatlntr Ditch; 9, Octobor Corn Fields.
Evans, Edwin 10. Idlers; 11, Grain Stacks;
If, P.lslne Moon. 13, Evening Star: H, Study
Applo Tree. 1C, Sketch. Jordan River.
Fornsworth. Mra. Loulue R. 18, Breton
Grandmother, 17, Breton Flshormnn; IS, Baby
FalrDanita, John B. 19, Evonlng, 20, Rall
rond Track; 21, Marnhoa.
Oroone. Valtor Twlllcht, lont br Z..
ITafwi. John. 23. Lake Mary. Brighton; 24,
Holly Hock (owned by Joseph F. Smith); 25,
.&. Vcrtem Ranch (owned by Koto Thomas);
24. Vritn'Jlon Bluffs. Utah (owned by Ben
ijtr.fn Johniwn). 17, Mornlnr Shadows (owned
by Bonjair.ln Johnson); 2S, Indian "Wlg-A'am
'.o-Knod hy Benjamin Johnson); 20, Johnson
Horn. !. Gorso (owned by Benjamin John
on) : 30, October, Spanish Fork Canyon (owned
by Dr Smart).
Bnrwood. J. T. 51, Blowlnr Soap Bubble
Autumn Snlon, '03; 32, Poaches: 33, An In
toroutrnz Story; '51, Yount: America, Salon
W; J3. Auttunn L-aves. City Creek; S5 Poof
Top Autumn Salon. '03; 37, Country Road
Franco; 2$, Evenlne.
HartTToll, Rovi. iO, Un Eon Regal: 0 Por
ttr.IU Kra, IC; . Ollvo Trwn No. 1- f
Olive TrosF No. 2: C, Convent at Ban Gulul
Bono: . Ctuus of MlnJaturen; K. 7-3-0 Minia
tures; . 10-11 Enamels; 47, Wood.
Kot. Mrc Grace Y. 7a, Rosts; iTb, Seco
Homo, Mrs. AUco M,
Rloharda. Lee Greone, (3. Portrait of Mm
B. W. Bmlth, lent by G. W. R. society- 40
Portrait, Dr. H. 3. Rlohardo. Salon 8. A V
'03; M. Portrait of a Girl, Solon '01; 61, Bre
ton FUhr Boy, Ajtwrican Art association '
CL Cottsxa Home, Brittany: EJ, BJvenlne- In
In "Woods, Cernay: u, Flshine Boats. Brlt-
tear; K, The RiW Moon, BrlttanV; K
JUia Cloudo, Autumn SaIoq 'Oil 17. Whlta
! Cstt&c JSdlteaxi W Old iiouew at, Cttratf.
ln-Vllle; K. Sunny Hlllsldo, A. A. A. '03; CO,
Sunset Glow, Cernay.
TcoBdel. Mao-. 61. Twilight; C2, Surf at
English Bay; fit. Grey Day; (H. A Vcnetlnn
Skotcli: GS. VI Hugo Cottagfts, Moonlight; W,
Luconio Flolda In Bloom; 67, Road ln Dry
Canyon; CS, Yellow Roses; O, Dutch Grand
mother; TO, A Codnr Treo; 71, In tho Forest; 1
72. Warehouses by Night.
Wright, A. U. 73, Church Interior No. -I;
H. Church Interior No. B; 75, Woods of St.
Cloud; 70. Portrait of Mrs. R.; 77, Night,
Purls, 75, Canulo dl St. Marco, Venico; 70,
Pont St, Michel. Paris; SO, Grey Dny. Eng
Young, M. M. SI. Italian Coat Scllor; S2,
Cavalier: S3, Luxembourg Gardens; S4, Cnr
mcllto Forgo; S5. Bridge on tho Seine; SS,
Venetian Scono; 87, Roof Topn. S8, Roman
Beggar; SO, Pirate; 00. Portrait Sketch; 91,
Sign of thu Big Koy; P2, Head, old man (a);
63, lleud. old man (b): 91, Cavalier, wash
NEW LIBHARY BOOKS.
Tho following forty books will bo added
to tho public library, Monday morning:
Abbotb-Mcmoir of Carter Henry Harri
son. Cleveland Presidential Problems.
Hancock Japanese Physical Training
for Children. JnpnnW Physical Training
GaiiBscn, cd Later Popy.x, 2 vol.
Ooodyear History of Art.
Jerome American Wives and Othcro.
Laut Pathilndor-x of tho West.
Malory Marie d'Arlhur, t vol.
Mnnslleld Romantic Ireland, 2 vol.
Rolfe Life of Shakcspcnrc.
Royce Herbert Spencer.
Schlcrbrand America, Asia and tho
Thwaltco, cd Original Journals of tho
f Lewis and Clark Expedition, vol. 1.
Chambers Young Man In a Hurry.
Flower Delightful Dodd.
Fox Christmas Eve on Lonesome.
I laggard Brethren.
Hope Double Harness.
Jacobs Dlalotonc Lane.
James Goldon Bowl, 2 vol.
Watanna Love ojC Azalea-
Beard Handicraft and Recreation for
Blanchard Bonny Leslie of the Border.
Brooks Godson of Lafayette.
Deland Malvern; a Neighborhood Story.
Johnston Jlel; n Boy of Galilee.
Mlllor Krlsty's Queer Christmas.
O'Connor Horoea of the Storm.
Tomllnson Three Colonial Boys. Two
Young Patriots. Washington's Young
SHE PLEADS NOT GUILTY.
Mrs. Chad-wick Admits Hor Innocence
of All Charges Against Hor.
CLEVELAND. O., Dec, 17. Mrs.
Chadwlck wus taken from the county
jail to the Federal building at 12:30 to
day, where she was arraigned before
United States District Judge Wins to
plead to the several indictments re
turned against her by the Federal
Mrs. Chadwlck pleaded not guilty to
all the indictments. She will not give
bail and will again be locked up ln the
Cures Colds aM
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