Physical Details: Photographic print : 1 item : b&w ; image 12 x 20 cm., on board 21 x 26 cm.
Creator: unidentified photographer
Description: Shows several women and one man seated outdoors at easels, with umbrellas to shield them from the sun.
Identification on verso (typewritten): The Art School hard at it; this photograph was taken in 1896 with the Sibley House in the background; in the group are Verna Ayer Okerberg, Minnie K. Bailey, Ella Nabersberg Byard, Antoinette De Forest Parsons, Burt Harwood, the instructor, Mrs. Edith Kendrick Sanders, Helen Brack, K. Maud Clum, and Zella Newcomb Bohn [sic].
Ink stamp on reverse: St. Paul News.
Donated 1960 by Miriam L. Lesley, whose relationship to the School is unclear.
Rights Statement: U.S. public domain
Citation: An outdoor class of the St. Paul School of Fine Arts, 1896 / unidentified photographer. Miriam Lesley collection of photographs pertaining to the St. Paul School of Fine Arts, circa 1900. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Digital ID: 2723
- Art students
- Art--Study and teaching
- Bailey, Minnie K.
- Bohm, Zella Newcomb
- Brack, Helen
- Byard, Ella Nabersberg
- Clum, K. Maud
- Harwood, Burt
- Mendota, Minn.
- Okerberg, Verna Ayer
- Parsons, Antoinette DeForest
- Sanders, Edith Kendrick
- St. Paul School of Fine Arts