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The Art Club in Philadelphia will hold its fourth annual 
exhibition of water colors and pastels March 26th to April 

P. Keppelfi Co., New York.— The Sterner Exhibition, 
now open at their gallery, will be the last this season. 

Robert M* Lindsay, Philadelphia. 

March. — Water colors, (Japanese subjects) by Mr. 
Albert Herker. J. G. Brown's Painting " The Sidewalk 

April. — Water colors by M H. Hardwick. 

Society for American Artists, New York. — Sixteenth 
Annual Exhibition. Open from March 10th to April 14th. 
The annual Webb Prize and Shaw Fund Prize will be 
awarded during this exhibition. Contributions sent in 
until Feb. 28th. 

Avery Galleries, New York. — Oil paintings and Water 
colors by the celebrated Dutch artisi W. B Tholen and 
others. March 5th to March 17th. 

„ Wm. Macbeth, New York. . 

Exhibitions fur March and April.— Figure subjects by 
a group of (probably) six artists, American. 

Landscapes by a Similar Group. 

Messrs. M. Knoedler & Co'. 

Loan Exhibition of paintings by Mr. R. L. Newman, 
March. 1st to March 15th. 

National Academy of Design. 

Sixty-ninth Annual Exhibition. Works will be received 
till March 10th. Open from April 2d to May 12th. 

Doll & Richards, Fine Arts, 2 Park St. Boston. 

Exhibition of oils by Chas. H. Davis remains till March 
7th. .'. 

March 8, collectibn of high grade paintings by Foreign 

March 22, water colors by Ross Turner. 

April 5, oils by J. Appleton Brown. 

April 19, oils and water colors by William T. Richards. 

Boston Art Club. — Fiftieth Annual Exhibition for 
Water Colors, Black and White Work, Pastel and Sculp- 

Durand Ruel. — Feb. 23d to March 3d. Paintings of 
E. Boudin and C. Pissarro. 

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