INDEX
The roman numerals refer to text references, the italic numerals to the black and white plates, and the bold face numerals to the plates. The titles of the reproductions are listed in italics.
Armony Show, 31
Barnyard, The, 7
Blakelock, Ralph Albert, 11, 16, 117
Brownell, William C., 15
By the Tomb of the Prophet, 42, 114
Canal, The, 72
Christ Appearing to Mary, 24, 25, 31, 33, 114, 121
Clarke, Thomas B., 24, 31, 114, 115
Constance, 19, 65, 67, 115, 121
Cottier & Co., 15, 24, 115, 121
Cottier, Daniel, 17, 24, 26, 121
Country Girl, A, 24
Curfew Hour, The, 2, 113
Daingerfield, Elliott, 115
Dalesio, Carmine, 7
Dancing Dryads, 10, 113
Dead Bird, The, 29 de Kay, Charles, 14, 17, 25, 30, 113, 122
Desdemona, 31, 60, 115
Diana, 53
Eakins, Thomas, 16, 18, 26
Elmhurst (L. I.), 32, 122
Europe, Trips to, 17, 121
Evening Glow -- The Old Red Cow, 6
Fitspatrick, Mr. and Mrs. Charles, 30, 32, 122
Flying Dutchman, The, 18, 54, 115, 121
Forest of Arden, The, 18, 77, 78, 116, 121
Foregeries, 31, 117-120
Fry, Roger, 25
Gay Head, 14
Götterdämmerung, 18, 115
Grazing Horse, 8
Groll, Albert, 27, 30
Guarino, Salvator, 23
Hartley, Marsden, 27, 29
Hartmann, Sadakichi, 28
Homer, Winslow, 18, 19, 26
Homeward Bound, 28, 114
Homeward Plodding, 14
Hotel Albert, 26, 116
Hunter's Rest, 39
In the Stable, 27
Inglis, James S., 17, 24, 26
Joan of Arc, 57, 115
Jonah, 18, 19, 20, 25, 45, 115, 121
Jones, Mrs. Rosalie Warner, 7, 28
Keck, Sheldon, 7, 118
Kelly, James E., 16
King Cophetua and the Beggar Maid, 80, 116
Lone Horseman, The, 19
Lone Scout, The, 46, 114
Lord Ullin's Daughter, 41, 114
Lorelei, The, 31, 76, 116
Lovers, The, 20
Lovers' Boat, The, 12, 114
Macbeth and the Witches, 18, 31, 73, 74, 75, 116, 121

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