Lorena? Fortriede, The Ft.Wayne Journal-Gazette, Tues. June 20, 1922, p.12

Lorena? Fortriede, The Ft.Wayne Journal-Gazette, Tues. June 20, 1922, p.12 - a - ST. AUGUSTINE'S ART EXHIBJTMCM Sisters of...
a - ST. AUGUSTINE'S ART EXHIBJTMCM Sisters of Providence Dis play Work of Students tn Academy. Studio One of the season most ettratlr art exhibit has bean held for th paafr four day at fit, Augustine th Slater of Providence displaying th work of their student In th academy studio. Hundred have attvpded the exhibit during thl time and have hhjhly praised th work In all de partment. Th display Jnoudti studies In oil, water color charcoal sketches, enamel, glass deoorailon In luster hand painted - china, designing free hand drawing and imont th children, story and memory piuurea miss iren LercK presented two beautiful atudle In oil, Th Upline Sons' and a "Venetian Scene, that mere greatly admired Also sketches In charcoal, a "Head of St. Pster" in free hand drawing several v.ater colors, among them two - Illustrated quotation of Tennyson and a lovely vase, original deetgn don In bluck, blue and aold enamel. VI OeraMlne Pequignof studies in oil, "Evangeline" and "me sunns? Child," found great favor The lattm picture present a utti Dotes gin in Sunday attire The eye attracted particular attention and eviden cd the artlstlo ability of the gifted youog a - tlat. Miss Pequignot also haa a fine, free - band drawing of Th Water Carrier" a china plate In n - vanlional design In luster tinting and charcoal sketches. Miss Ethelreda Oarty had two ex cellent studies m oil, "The Italian BeaTar.tr Bov and "A Snow Bceno.1 al so a lovely water color, a copy of - The Torn Hat." Miss Gertrude. Evans specialised enamel work her display con - Ume. cf an enamel lamp flower bo - wl and an Incena Jar In oriental design. A do s head In charcoal was wall don Miss Beatrice Kinder, who has specialised for several seasons, presented many attractive pieces In china and sauutna, turquoise ana Iridescent yellow luster A bowl In blue copper luster waa much admired Miss Lenore Fortriede showed an openwork cake set In enamel con slating of a large plat ana six indi viduals Also two vases, one In oriental design turquoise blue luster and the other a Japanese bird design la pink and black and a water set. a pitcher and IS glasses decorated In Iridescent luster Mrs. Paul Schroeder had a tumbler

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  1. The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette,
  2. 20 Jun 1922, Tue,
  3. Page 12

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