James Beebee Carrington (1860-1929) memorial prize, 1932-1942.


SAL record control number: 86178 ;

Record level: Listing ;

Record type: Awards & prizes ;


Title: James Beebee Carrington (1860-1929) memorial prize 1932-1942 ; 

Begin Date: 1932 ; 
End Date: 1942 ; 

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Awarded $100 at the annual oil exhibition for the best New England landscape or marine by a member over fifty years of age.

James Beebee Carrington (1860-1929), was an editor of Scribner’s Magazine who lived on Nod Road, in the early 1900s. He dealt with many of the top literary and artistic people at the turn of the 20th Century, including Maxfield Parrish and N.C. Wyeth. He also wrote many articles on nature and art for magazines and newspapers. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club. [NYT7/16/1929]

1932 – Edwin Gunn for Vessels in port
1933 – Bruce Crane for New England
1934 – Ernest D Roth for Hillside road
1935 – Hobart Nichols for Sub-zero
1936 – Kenneth How for Low tide
1937 – George Elmer Browne for The intervale
1938 – W Granville Smith for The first snow
1939 – Grant Reynard for Town of Bernard, VT.
1940 – Chauncey F Ryder for The widow’s Scannon’s place
1941 – A J Bogdanove for Turtle Rock, Monhegan
1942 – Andrew T Schwartz for New England village


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October 4, 2019

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