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UX1YKRSITY 3IISS0UMAX, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1913.
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MISSOURI IN ART
Exhibit in Archaeological
Museum Portrays Much
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MANY NATIVE SCENES
Sylvester and Wuerpel Rep
resent St. Louis in This
The exhibit of oil paintings now
being held in the .Museum or Classical
Archaeology is distinctively an exhibit
of the work of Missouri artists. G.
'. Millet of Kansas City is one of the
trtists whose work is shown that is
most thoroughly Missourian in spirit.
Especially is .Millet known as the fore
most artist of his native city. Kansas
Ten of .Millet's paintings are now
to be seen at the exhibit. These are
representative of the work of the ar
tise and from them may be gatlihered
an idea of the versatillity of this man.
He is widely known as a portrait
painter, unfortunately none of his por
traits could be secured for this exhibit.
But in addition he is an admirable
landscape artist and most of his land
scapes are Missouri, and especially
Kansas City, scenes. Six of his land
scapes are shown bore; of these two,
"A Rainy Day' and "Looking South
from Ninth Street on Locust" are Kan
as City street scenes. In "Xight,"
t picture of a night landscape, the
bluish quality of a starlight night is
"Indian Summer" is the name given
to a picture of a landscape that might
be French. Warm browns and gold
are used in painting a twilight scene
in which a single peasant woman in
the background gives a European at
mosphere to the whole picture. "The
Lake at Fairmount Park." is an earlv
spring scene in which the coldness of
the season is admirably expressed.
"An Evening Landscape ' was award
ed the bronze modal at the Sedalia
-Millet is also a painter of domestic
scenes. His pictures of genre are par
ticularly effective. "The Old Daguer
reotype is a picture of an old man
seated at a table holding a daguerreo
type in his hand. His large rimm
ed spectacles are set far down on
his nose and the deep lines in his
face are softened. On the table be
side him is an open box in which are
seen packets of letters tied in blue
ribbon. "Missouri Ooes Republican"
is in the same vein and shows the
same sympathy and skill in the use
of details. This picture shows an in
cident of the campaign of 190S. when
Missouri was carried by the Republi
cans for the first time in forty vears.
The old. life-long Democrat sits in a
posture of utter bewilderment and des
pair with the paper that tells of the
calamity spread out on his knees. Two
pictures in the same spirit are "Home,
Sweet Home" and "Knitting."
Mr. Millet has lived in Kansas City
nearly all his life. He studied in Paris
but with this exception has spent
nearly all his time in his native city.
His work, breathing the spirit of Mis
souri and of Kansas City, has nearly
all been done there.
As an exhibit of the work of Mis
souri artists the present exhibit is one
of which Missourians may be proud.
The work of such men as F. O. Syl
vester and E. H. Wuerpel of St. Louis
and Millet of Kansas City shows that
Missouri can boast of talented artists
and subjects that attract artists.
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