The piece is torn in half. Identification on verso (handwritten): Top row from left Schofield, Duveneck, Zorn - Lower Beatty, Chase, Beaux, Tarbell, Weir, unidentified English [?] [?] and [?]. Possibly Charles Harold Davis. - Pittsburgh Jurry Return. 1899 Individuals identified as: (top row, L to R) Walter Elmer Schofield, Anders Zorn, and Frank Duveneck, (front row L to R) John Wesley Beatty, William Merritt Chase, Cecilia Beaux, Edmund Tarbell, Julian Alden Weir, unidentified English judge, and possibly Charles Harold Davis.
Carnegie Institute Jury, 1911 / unidentified photographer. Cecilia Beaux papers, 1863-1968. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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