More 'White City' Paintings, Part 2

1893 Chicago World's Fair and Exposition


Continued--page 3




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This Page:
Jones, Francis Coates
Key, John R.
Lauber, Joseph
Limmer, Oskar Emil
Loeb, Louis & H.D. Nichols
Low, Will Hicok
Marchetti, Ludovico
Marold, Ludek
Maynell, Louis
Metcalf, Willard Leroy
Mielatz, Charles Frederick Williams
Moran,Thomas
Nichols, Harley Dewitt
Palm de Rosa, Anna
Palmer, Walter Launt
Robinson, Theodore
Rogers, W. A.
Rohl-Smith, Carl
Sherwood, Rosina Emmet
Sinibaldi, Jean Paul
Smedley, William Thomas
Smith, Francis Hopkinson
Thulstrup, Bror Thure de
Twachtman, John Henry
Unknown artist/illustrator
Vanderhoof, Charles A.
Varian, George Edmund
Walker, T. Dart
Welch,Thaddeus
Whittemore, William John
Williamson, ?
Woodward, J. D.
Woltze, Peter



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Jones, Francis Coates (1857-1932)



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The Grand Court in Winter of '92-'93, World's Columbian
Exposition, 1893
--by Francis C. Jones.


Eastern Veranda of the Women's Building Looking
toward the Illinois Building, World's Columbian
Exposition, 1893
--by Francis C. Jones.



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The Woman's Building, World's Columbian
Exposition, 1893
--by Frances C. Jones.




Key, John R. (1832-1920)




Lagoon and Palace of Fine Arts--by John R. Key.


Administration Building at the World's Columbian
Exposition
--by John R. Key.




Chicago Exposition--by John R. Key.


Liberal Arts and Electricity and Administration Build
at the World's Columbian Exposition
--by John R. Key.



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Peristyle at the World's Columbian Exposition,
Chicago, Illinois, 1893
--by John R. Key.


Court of Honor, Peristyle, and Agricultural Building
at World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago,
Illinois 1893
--by John R. Key.





Lauber, Joseph (1855 - 1948)


Moosebridge--by Joseph Lauber




Limmer, Oskar Emil (1854 - 1931)


World Columbian Exhibition--View of
Liberal Arts Building
--by Emil Limmer.




Loeb, Louis (1866-1909)and Harley Dewitt Nichols (1859-1959). See Nichols, H.D.--for more paintings by Nichols and Loeb.


Decoration at Southwest Entrance
of Agriculture Building--
by H. D. Nichols and Louis Loeb





Low, Will Hicok (1853-1933)


Central Portion of the MacMonnies Fountain
--Effect of Electric Light
--by Will H. Low




Marchetti, Ludovico (1853-1909)


In the Grand Plaza, World's Columbian
Exposition, 1893
--by Ludovico Marchetti.




Marold, Ludek (1865 - 1898)


Central Pavilion, Horticultural Hall World's
Columbian Exposition
--by L. Marold




Maynell, Louis (b. 1868)


Water Reflection--by Louis Maynell.




Metcalf, Willard Leroy (1853-1909)


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Sunset Hour on the West Lagoon, World's Columbian
Exposition, 1893
--by Willard L. Metcalf.




Mielatz, Charles Frederick Williams (1864-1919)


Palace of Mechanic Arts
--by C.F. W. Mielatz




Moran,Thomas (1837–1926). See Moran, Thomas for more White City paintings by Moran.


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World's Columbian Exposition, 1894--by Thomas Moran.




Nichols, Harley Dewitt (1859-1959).  See Eaton, C. H. and Loeb, L.--for more White City paintings by Nichols, H. D.


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An Autumn Day, with the Chicago World's Fair Buildings
in the Background
--by H. D. Nichols.





Under the Dome of the
Horticulture Building
--by H. D. Nichols


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Colonnade by Moonlight
--by H. D. Nichols.




Chicago World's Fair 1893
--by H. D. Nichols.


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Landing at the Woman's Building--
by H.D. Nichols.




Landing at the Woman's Building--
by H.D. Nichols.


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Sunset on the Dream City--by H. D. Nichols.




South Canal near Farmer's Bridge
--by H.D. Nichols


Obelisk and Entrance to Stock
Pavilion
--by H. D. Nichols.




California Building--
by H. D. Nichols.


Horticulture Building--
by H. D. Nichols.





East Entrance, Horticultural
Building
--by H. D. Nichols.


South Entrance to Manufactures
and Liberal Arts Building
--by H. D. Nichols.





Palm de Rosa, Anna (1859–1924)


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At the Fair, Chicago 1893--
by Anna Palm de Rosa.




Palmer, Walter Launt (1854–1932)


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Twilight at the World's Columbian
Exposition
1894--by Walter Launt Palmer.




Robinson, Theodore (1852-1896)


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World's Columbian Exposition
1893--by Theodore Robinson.




Rogers, William Allen (1854-1931)





View of Grand Basin from South of Columbian Fountain
1893--by W. A. Rogers.


Administration Building
--by W. A. Rogers.




Camp Grounds near World's Fair
--by W. A. Rogers.


The Central Lagoon--by W.A. Rogers (?)





Rohl-Smith, Carl (1848–1900)


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Statue of Ben Franklin with his Kite
(in the main entrance of the Electricity
Building)--by Carl Rohl-Smith.




Sherwood, Rosina Emmet (1854–1948)


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Columbian Exposition--Javanese Dancing Girls
--by Rosina Emmet Sherwood.




Sinibaldi, Jean Paul (1857-1909)




Interior of the Great Dome
--by Paul Sinibaldi.


Chicago Exposition
--by Paul Sinibaldi.






Smedley, William Thomas (1858-1920)


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In the World's Fair grounds--
Electrical Building from the Lake

--by W. T. Smedley.




Smith, Francis Hopkinson (1838-1915)





Administration Building
--by F. Hopkinson Smith.


Court of Honor, Dome of
the Administration Building
--by F. Hopkinson Smith.


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Moose Bridge--
by F. Hopkinson Smith.




Thulstrup, Bror Thure de (1848-1930) and Charles S. Graham (1852–1911). See Graham, C.S.--for more paintings by Graham.



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Columbian Exposition--Statue of the
Republic in East End of the Grand Basin
--by B. T. de Thulstrup and Charles S. Graham.




Thulstrup, Bror Thure de (1848-1930)



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Columbian Exposition--An Evening on the Lagoon
1893--by Thure de Thulstrup.



Visitors in the Fisheries Building
--by Thure de Thulstrup.






Twachtman, John Henry (1853-1902)



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Court of Honor, World's
Columbian Exposition, 1894

--by John Henry Twachtman.

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Chicago World's Fair,
Illinois Building
, 1893--
by John Henry Twachtman.



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Fountain, World's Columbian Exposition
1893--by John Henry Twachtman.




Unknown artist/illustrator


General View of Grand Court, Looking toward Lake from Administration
Building, World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago
--artist unknown




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View Overlooking [the Grand Court]--artist unknown.

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Machinery Hall--artist unknown.






Summer Day at the Exposition
--artist unknown.


The Art Palace--artist unknown



East Approach to South Canal
Bridge
--artist unknown





Pavilion of the Government
at theInternational Chicago
Exhibition
--artist unknown.



The Texas State Building
--artist unknown.




General View of Grand Court, Looking toward Lake from Administration
Building, World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago
--artist unknown





Exterior View of Obelisk and Palace of Mechanic arts at
the World's Columbian Exposition
--artist unknown.


At the World's Fair: The Brazil, Fisheries, and
Illinois State Buildings
--artist unknown



Festival Hall (Choral Hall)--artist unknown.





Statue of the Republic
--artist unknown.




Statue of Industry, Court of Honor
--artist unknown.




Statue of Agriculture, near the West
Entrance of the Agriculture Building
--unknown artist.


Statue of Polar Bear--East from the
Electrical Building
--artist unknown.



Edison Phonograph in the Electricity Building--artist unknown.




Daimler Benz Victoria Car Exhibit (1.8 hp), Transportation
Building
(photo)--artist unknown. (The only internal
combustion vehicle on display at the 1893 World's Fair.)





Main Entrance, French
Section, Machines Building
--artist unknown.


MacMonnies Fountain
in Grand Court
--artist unknown.




On the Roof of the Administration Building
--artist unknown.


Exhibit of Otis Brothers and Co. Elevators, World
Columbian Exposition
--artist unknown.



Forestry Building
--artist unknown.





Horticultural Building
--artist unknown.


Horticultural Hall
--artist unknown.



Honduras Aboriginal Sculpture, Exhibit
at Anthropology Building
--artist unknown.







Native American Statues
--artist unknown.


Totem Pole, North-
western United States
--artist unknown.




Horticulture
--artist unknown.


Horticulture Building
--artist unknown.




Grand Court
--artist unknown.

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1893 Fair--Night--unknown artist.





Agricultural Building--unknown artist



Fisheries Building--unknown artist






East Facade of the Transportation Building,
Southwest from Wooden Island
--unknown artist


Machinery Hall--artist unknown.





Machinery Hall, Central Aisle
--artist unknown.




Hall of Mines
--by unknown artist.


Evening on the Lagoon
--unknown artist.




Vanderhoof, Charles A. (1853 - 1918)


Evening in the Court of Honor--by Charles A. Vanderhoof




Varian, George Edmund (1865 - 1923)




Within the Magic City:
The Woman's Building

--by George Varian.




1893 World's Fair
--by George Varian.




Illumination of Arts Building,
from the Lagoon

--by George Varian.


Illumination of the Administration
Building, from the Lagoon
--by George Varian.





Walker, T. Dart (1869-1914)


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Dome of the Administration
Building
--artist unknown.


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In the Rotundra of the Administration
Building
--by T. Dart Walker.




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Scene in the Fisheries Building--Among Canoes
in the U.S. Section
--by T. Dart Walker.




Welch,Thaddeus (1844-1919)


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Architectural View, World's Columbian Exposition
1893--by Thaddeus Welch.




Whittemore, William John (1860-1955)


Main Entrance of California Building
at the Columbian World’s Fair

1893--by W. J. Whittemore.




Williamson, ?


Monster Mortar, East End of
Federal Building
--by Williamson.




Woodward, John Douglas (1846 - 1924)


The view Looking South through the Lagoon of the Columbian Fair,
Showing the faces of the Electricity and Manufacturer's Buildings
and Bridges with the Obelisk in the Distance
--by J.D. Woodward





Woltze, Peter (1860-1925)


The Colonnade, Fisheries Building
--by Peter Woltze






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Text written by K. L. Nichols


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World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago (1893)


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Posted: 6-25-02; Updated: 4-18-18