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Editor's note: This information is transcribed from an original exhibition catalogue, provided courtesy of the Vancouver City Archives, file: Vancouver Arts and Crafts Association, ADD MSS 192, Loc 512-E-2.


First Annual Exhibition

of the

Arts and Crafts Association

in the Theatre Royal


September 25th, 26th, and 27th, 1900
Vancouver, B.C.



Officers, 1900 - 1901

Patron - HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL
President - R.M. FRIPP, ESQ., F.R.I.B.A.
Vice Presidents -
MR. S.M. EVELEIGH, MRS. S. BALFOUR-KER,
Hon. Secretary-Treasurer - MR. C.E. BLOOMFIELD
Executive -
MRS. MARCUS LUCAS,          MR. M.D. CAMPBELL,
MR. JAS BLOOMFIELD,          MR. HERMAN ALPEN,
MR. ROWLAND BRITTAIN,          MR. W. FERRIS,
MR. H.J. DEFOREST

Rooms - The Molsons Bank Building.



CATALOGUE OF EXHIBITS



OIL COLORS.

By Mrs. Marcus Lucas.

# TITLE PRICE
1 A Vacant Lot. Bayonne, U.S.A. (Not for Sale)
2 Scene from an Old Shack on Seymour Creek 15.00
3 Sunset, English Bay 30.00
4 The Close of the Day 20.00
5 Gathering Mists 18.00
6 A Bit of Sydney Harbor (not for sale).
A replica will be painted if desired.
7 A Flowery Slope 20.00
8 English Bay in Summer. From Jericho Beach 30.00
9 On The Inlet 12.00
10 A Southerly wind and a Cloudy Sky 30.00
11 Deadman's Island. (Effect before rain) 35.00
12 Botany Bay, N.S.W.

By Mr. H.J. DeForest.

13 Vancouver, from Stanley Park 20.00
14 Lower Fall, Kootenay River. (Not for sale)
15 Gray Day in the Fraser Canyon 25.00
16 Sixty-One Mile Chasm on Cariboo Road. (Not for sale)
17 Still Life. (Not for sale)
18 From the Shore of Stanley Park 15.00
19 Evening in the Fraser Canyon 25.00
20 At the Narrows, Stanley Park 25.00
21 Entrance to Fraser Canyon 55.00
22 Sunset, from Stanley Park 20.00
23 Yale Creek Falls 20.00
24 Wilson's Bay, Bowen Island 20.00
25 Lady Franklin Rock, Yale. (Not for sale)
26 Bonnington Falls, Kootenay River. (Not for sale)
27 The Lions, from Capilano Dam 15.00
27A Kootenay Lake, from No. 1 Mine. (Not for sale)

By Mr. Wm. Ferris.

28 To Second Beach 7.50
29 Grey Day, Second Beach 5.00
30 Across the Inlet 5.00
31 Low Tide, English Bay 5.00
32 Rainy Weather, Bowen Island 5.00
33 Autumn Morning, English Bay 5.00
34 To Recreation Grounds, Stanley Park 7.50
35 The Bluff 10.00
36 Burrard Inlet 20.00
37 Capilano River 15.00
38 Siwash Rock 10.00
39 Gray Morning, English Bay 7.50
40 Big Trees, Stanley Park 20.00
41 Brockton Point, looking north 7.50
42 A Cosy Nook 10.00
43 A Big Cedar 20.00
44 Low Tide, Siwash Rock 7.50
45 Second Beach 7.50
46 To English Bay 20.00
47 Brockton Point 10.00

By Mrs. J.G. Bell.

48 Irish Melody 50.00
49 Dawn 30.00
50 The Coquette 50.00
51 The Lost Hounds 30.00
52 The Gypsy's Toilet 100.00
53 Portrait. (Not for sale)

By Mrs. J.S. Rankin.

54 Three Sisters, Canmore. (Not for sale)
55 A Sunburst. (Not for sale)

By Miss Alice Bajus.

56 Still Life, Apples (Not for sale)
57 Sketch of Point Atkinson. (Not for sale)
58 Spinning. (Not for sale)

By Mrs. Balfour-Ker.

59 The Roving Stag 45.00
60 Stag's Head 25.00
61 Banff. (Not for sale)
62 Does 25.00
63 Stratford on Avon 15.00
64 Glimpse of Stanley Park 20.00
65 The Narrows 35.00
66 Mountain View 2.50
67 Point Gray 10.00
68 Sunset, English Bay 15.00
69 Still Life, Roses 3.00
70 Lot for Sale 45.00
71 Sketch 3.00

By Mrs. Lillian Green.

72 Craig Millar Castle, Scotland 10.00
73 Point Gray 5.00
74 Prospect Point 7.00
75 A Yard of Roses 15.00
76 Irish Peasants 25.00
77 Park Views 7.00
 
78 Still Life, by Mrs. Waterfall (Not for sale)
79 Ah Fong, by Miss Marstrand (Not for sale)
80 Sketch, Van Anda, by Miss Marstrand (Not for sale)



Architectural.
By Mr. R.M. Fripp, F.R.I.B.A.

Not For Sale.
81 Interior of Dining Room
82 Design for West End School
83 Cedar Mantle for Library
84 Drawing Room Mantle
85 Timber Church in New Zealand
86 Cottage, Vernon, B.C.
87 Taranaki Club (Prize Design)
88 Office Building, Victoria
89 Detail, Prize Design of Stock Exchange
90 Provincial Home, Kamloops
90a Design for Cabinet
   
91 Residence by Mr. Eveleigh

PHOTOGRAPHY.

Not for sale.

92 Collection of Platinotypes. By Messrs. Wadds Bros.
93 Collection of Amateur Photos. By Mr. Russell Wilson.
94 Portrait. By Mr. Eveleigh.
95 Copies of Original Water Colours of
95a    Mr. C.E. Fripp's, A.R.W.S, by Mr. T.W. Fripp.
95b . . . . .
96 Collection of Photos. By Mrs. S.C. Taylor.
97 Collection by Mr. P.L. O'Kamura of New Westminster
98 Bromide Enlargements, by Edwards Bros.
99 . . . . .

WATER COLORS.
By Mr. T.W. Fripp.

100 Cheam Peak 6.00
101 Mt. Baker, Sunset 6.00
102 Southwold, Lincolnshire 7.50
103 English Scene 25.00
104 Hatzic Lake 25.00
105 The Net Mender 6.00
106 Sunset on the Thames 10.00
107 Hatzic Prairie 20.00
108 Autumn Sunset, Hatzic. (Without frame) 20.00

By Mr. W. Ferris.

109 The Beaver 20.00
110 The Reef, English Bay 15.00
111 To False Creek 10.00
112 Rocks, Point Atkinson 10.00
113 Inlet, from Drydock 15.00
114 English Bay 20.00

By Mr. J.E. Parr.

115 C.P.R. Station. (Not for sale.)
116 Deadman's Island ( " )

By Mr. Mower-Martin, R.C.A.

117 Sunset, Mt. Sir Donald 35.00
118 Lake Louise 12.00
119 Rocks near Victoria 7.50
120 Mt. Roger, from Lake Marion 15.00
121 Illecillewaet Glacier and River 20.00
122 Sycamores, Los Angeles 17.50
123 Siwash Canoe 7.00

By Mrs. McCraney.

124 Deadman's Island 2.55
125 Still Life, Roses 2.50
126 Portrait 3.00
127 Still Life, Roses 1.75
128 Coal Harbor 3.00
129 Deadman's Island 2.00
129a On Guard 7.00
130 Study, Coleus 6.50
131 Still Life, Peaches 4.00
132 Still Life, Roses 2.50
133 Beaver 6.50
134 Stanley Park 10.00
135 Beaver 7.00
135c Fall of Muich, Scotland 10.00
 
136 Across the Gulf. By H.M. Alpen. (Not for Sale)

By Miss McClung.

137 Pink Roses 8.00
138 California Violets 6.00
139 Roses (in ebony frame) 10.00
140 California Peppers 3.00
141 Sketch, Morning 3.00

BLACK and WHITE

142 . . . . .
143 Portrait by Miss Marstrand. (Not for sale.)

By Mr. A.J. Davis.

144 Nero Persecuting the Christians. (Not for sale.)
145 Victory of Candahar 40.00
146 The Bull Fight 50.00
 
147 Charcoal Drawing, by H.J. DeForest. (Not for sale.)
 
150 Carved Panel by Mr. F.W. Caufield. (Not for sale.)
151 Carved Panel by Mr. J.R. Suter. (Not for sale.)
152 Somersetshire, Court Table made by Mr. J. Bowman,
   from design by Mr. R.M. FRIPP
153 Pedestal by Mr. J.C. Bishop. Without Statue 8.00
153a Statue 10.00
154 Inlaid Table by Mr. M.D. Campbell. (Not for sale.)
155 Exhibit of Lithography, showing evolution of same,
   by H. Alpen.
156 Exhibit of Stained Glass, by H. Bloomfield & Son.

DECORATED CHINA.

By Mrs. R.B. Ellis.

200 Punch Bowl, Grapes 75.00
201 Vase, Persian 10.00
202 Bonbon Box, Persian 10.00
203 Jewel Box 5.00
204 Plate 6.00
205 Whiskey Jug, pine cones 10.00

By Miss M. Louise Cohen, of Toronto.

206 Tray, Grapes 18.00
207 Tankard, Blackberries 18.00
208 Vase, Yellow Roses 12.00
209 Tray, Small Roses 8.00
210 Vase, Red Roses. Reserved.
211 Smokers Tray 3.00
212 Vase, Red Roses and Thorn 8.00

By Mrs. John B. Young.

213 Tray, Birds of Paradise 35.00
214 C. and B. Tray, Birds 18.00
215 Fernery 25.00
216 Vase, small 10.00
217 Vase, in Green 15.00
218 Vase, large, Figure and Roses 45.00
 
Not for sale.
219 Large Panel. Grecian Figures
220 Large Vase. Venus and Cupids
221 Large Plaque. Flower Girl
222 Punch Bowl. Morning Glories.
223 Portion of Ice Cream Set, or Berry Set, Cream Jug and Sugar
224 Large Dish and Four Plates
225 Tray. Spanish Dancers

By Miss Mabel Southcott.

Not for sale.
226 Rose Plate
227 Jardiniere
228 Marmalade Jar

By Miss M. McClung.

229 Vase. Iris 18.00
230 Vase. Rambler Roses 20.00
231 Vase. Figure, "Spring" 12.00
232 Vase. Crimson Roses 7.00
233 Clock. Dresden 12.00
234 Tray. Blackberries 12.00
235 Tray. Grapes 18.00
236 Bonbon. Head Monochrome 7.00
237 Bonbon. Poppies 6.00
238 Bonbon. Roses 5.00
239 Panel. Prayer 12.00
240 Vase. Nasturtium 7.00
241 Claret Jug. Currants 10.00
242 Tankard. Monks 30.00
243 Stein. Head 8.00
244 Ornament. Purple Astors 6.00
245 Panel. Roses 20.00
246 Panel. Small Roses 15.00
247 Jardiniere. Roses and Violets 16.00
 
248 Miniatures, by Miss E.J. Ritchie, New Westminster.
(Not for sale)

By Miss Drainie.

249 Vase 7.00
250 Vase 6.00
251 Shaving Mug 8.00
252 Tea Set, 4 Pieces 30.00
253 Plate 2.00
253a Plate 2.00
254 Blotter 1.75
255 Pen Tray 1.75
256 Bonbon 4.75
257 Cup and Saucer 3.00
258 Jug 1.75
259 Large Tray 15.00
260 Tray with Fruit 10.00
261 Jug 13.00
262 Large Vase 14.00
263 Jug with Berries 9.00
264 Plaque with Figures 18.00
265 Stein 7.00
266 Whiskey Jug 8.00
267 Plate with Flowers 4.00
268 Plate with Scene 3.00
269 Lemonade Jug. Not for sale
269a Fern Pot. ( " )
269b Bread Plate. ( " )



PYROGRAPHY.

270 Fire Screen, by Mrs. R.B. Ellis. Designed by Jas. Bloomfield. 30.00

By Miss C.J. McClung.

271 Cedar Chest 25.00
272 Letter or Photo. Holder 3.00
273 Photo. Frame 3.50
274 Leather Cushion (Roberts) 10.00
275 Leather Cushion (Dragon) 9.00
276 Leather Panel (Indian) 12.00
277 Leather Centre Piece (Tulips) 3.00
278 Leather Cover (Iris) 5.00
279 Music Folio 3.25
280 Leather Case (Green) 3.00
281 Book Cover 1.75
282 Two Leather Book Covers (each) 1.75
283 "
284 Two Card Cases (each) 1.00
285 "
286 Handkerchief Case 2.00
287 Chair 14.00

EMBROIDERY.

By Mrs. Balfour-Ker.

288 Oriental Centerpiece 7.00
289 Cushion Top. Sweet Peas 5.00
290 Mosaic Cushion Top 3.00
291 Newspaper Holder, Oriental 5.00
292 Panel, Poppies 3.00
293 Stool Seat, Persian 2.00
294 Handkerchief Case 2.50
295 Table Cloth 65.00
296 Table Cloth, Roses 75.00
297 Centerpiece, Roses 45.00
298 Centerpiece, Delft 25.00
299 Head Rest, Persian 10.00
300 Tea Cosy 10.00
301 Cushion Top 10.00
302 Cushion Top 2.50
303 Pincushion 1.75
304 Bag 3.00
305 Whisk Holder 1.75
306 Frame 2.50
307 Table Scarf 65.00
308 Case Cotton Embroidery 1.00
309 Silk Doyley .50

By Miss Bajus.

310 Centerpiece
311 Doyley
312 Point Lace (Not for sale)



Purchases may be made from the Secretary, Mr. C.E. Bloomfield.

The Art Union drawing will take place on Thursday evening, the 27th.




Prize Winners in School Children's Competition.

CLASS A.

1. No Entry. 3. No Entry.
2. Alberta Richard. 4. No Entry.

CLASS B.

1. Blossom Hanah. 3. Maud Tregent.
2. Hester Barker/Maud Tregent. 4. Helen Bajus.
5. Kathleen Ellis. 6. Bertie Faol.

CLASS C.

1. Gracie Gare. 4. No Competition.
2. May Town. 5. Harold Ferguson.
3. Ruth Purdy/Mabel Tregent. 6. No Entry.

SPECIAL PRIZES

1. Winnie Talkson. 2. G. Gibbins.
3. No Entry.  

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