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1889 Minutes of the New York Etching Club

Module by: Stephen Fredericks. E-mail the authorEdited By: Frederick Moody, Ben Allen

Summary: Minutes from the New York Etching Club's thirteenth year.

Minutes of the New York Etching Club -- buy from Rice University Press.

1889 Events

  • The New York Etching Club held its annual exhibition from February 4 through March 2 at the National Academy of Design, and published a catalogue illustrated with original etchings to accompany and record the show.
  • Christian Klackner, New York, published A Catalogue of the Complete Etched Works of Thomas Moran and Mary Nimmo Moran.
Figure 1: Thomas Moran, Long Island Landscape, 1889. (Williams Print Collection.)
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Friday Feby. 8th. 1889

The regular February meeting of The Club was held at the Secretary’s Studio. There were present: -

Mr. Bacher – Mr Church – Mr Dielman

Mr Farrer – Mr Gifford – Mr Hamilton –

Mr. Thos Moran – Mr. Nicoll – Mr. Platt,

Mr. Shelton & Mr Van Elten.

The minutes of last meeting were read and approved.

Mr. T. C. Farrer was unanimously elected to Membership – the name of Mr. Eichelberger was past over for further consideration.

Prosper L. Sinnate was proposed by W. H. Shelton and seconded by J.C. Nicoll

The Chair appointed for Auditing Committee.

H. W. Robins – J. S. King.

The following resolution was adopted –

Resolved that each member of this society is entitled to have one etching hung in its exhibitions, but his other works to be subject to the discretion of the Jury of Hanging Committee.

W.H. Shelton Secy.

Mem –

It is time for the yearly Meeting in April 1889 two attempts were made to get together a quorum but in each case without success.

The Secretary was unable to present the report of the Exhibition or get the accounts audited.

Mem –

On the second Friday in December 1889, there was again no quorum, but a majority of the Executive Committee being present that committee organized with Mr. Moran in Chair, such action to be submitted for ratification by The Club. Mr. Moran was made a Committee of one to see the Art Committee of the Union league Club and, if possible arrange for an Exhibition of the Etching Club

W. H. Shelton Secy.

Figure 2: R.C. Minor’s etching The Close of Day in the 1889 exhibition catalogue of the New York Etching Club. (Private collection.)
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