The parade of the Chicago artists to the No-jury Artists cubist ball
Armin, Emil, 1883-1971
Chicago No-Jury Society of Artists
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1 clipping : ill. ; 47 x 31 cm
Part of lower right corner of sheet is missing; title and date supplied from reproduction of this item in The Old Guard and the Avant-Garde: Modernism in Chicago, 1910-1940, ed. Sue Ann Prince (1990). Penciled in lower left: Chicago Literary Times, Oct. 1928 Advertisement designed by Armin for the No-Jury Society's 1923 Cubist Ball features caricatures and brief blurbs about Chicago artists. Artists depicted are: Oskar [V]raiment [?]; Stanislas Szukalski; Bert Elliott; Karl Mattern; Hellen [i.e. Helen] West Heller; Frances Strain and Fred Biesel; Ejnar Hansen; Edgar Miller; Emil Armin; Raymond Jonson; Carl Hoeckner; Ramon Shiva; The N[e]ebes [Louis and Minnie]; and Rudolph Weisenborn
The parade of the Chicago artists to the No-jury Artists cubist ball, 1923 October. Emil Armin papers, 1922-1977. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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