Norman Rockwell Museum

 

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Norman Rockwell Museum is Open 7 days a week year-round

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Children 5 and under: FREE

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Norman Rockwell Museum
9 Route 183
Stockbridge, MA 01262

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FES List of Exhibitions 2017-07-14T13:15:55+00:00

List of Exhibitions

1898 Drexel Spring 1898, May 30-June 4. Second Exhibition of the School of Illustration under the Direction of Howard Pyle. Drexel Institute of Art, Science, and Industry, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

[[1] – sw3]

1898 Drexel Summer 1898, October 18-22. Exhibition of Work Done by Students of the Summer School under the Direction of Howard Pyle. Drexel Institute of Art, Science, and Industry, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [[5] – sw50, sw51, sw52, sw53, Home from School]

1899 Drexel Spring 1899, May 15-20. Third Exhibition of the School of Illustration under the Direction of Howard Pyle. Drexel Institute of Art, Science, and Industry, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [[4] – sw67, sw69, The Return, November]

1899 Drexel Summer 1899, October 23-28. Exhibition of Work Done by Students of the Summer School Session 1899 under the Direction of Howard Pyle. Drexel Institute of Art, Science, and Industry, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [[12] – 1, 2, 3, 4, sw73, sw74, sw76]

1911 Jordan Marsh 1911, June 12-July 22. Exhibition of Drawings for Newspaper and Book Illustration by Well Known Artists. The New Gallery Jordan Marsh Company, Boston, Massachusetts. [[1] – 256]

1911 Canada 1911, August 26-September 11. Canadian National Exposition, Toronto, Canada. [[1] – The Fighter]

1911 New York 1911, November. Society of Illustrators, New York Public Library, New York, New York. [[4] – 170, 194, 295, 415]

1911 PAFA 1911, November 13-December 17. Ninth Annual Exhibition of Watercolors, Prints and Drawings. The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [[13] – 199, 201, 202, 204, 207, 208, 209, 210, 211, 214, 218, 223, 233]

1912 Albright 1912, February 9-29. Illustrators. The American Federation of the Arts. Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York. [[2] – 170,194]

1912 Boston 1912, July. Illustrators. The American Federation of the Arts. Boston Art Club, Boston, Massachusetts. [[5] – 305alt, 441, 444, 455, 459]

1912 Carnegie 1912, November 5-December. Illustrators. The American Federation of the Arts. Carnegie Art Gallery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. [[2] – 441, 455]

1912 WSFA 1912, November 12-16. First Annual Exhibition of Paintings by the Pupils of Howard Pyle. Du Pont Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[3] – 249, 271, 474]

1913 PAFA Annual 1913, February 9-March 30. One Hundred and Eighth Annual Exhibition. The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [[1] – 620L]

1913 North Congregational 1913, April. First Annual Exhibition of Paintings by Noted American Illustrators. North Congregational Church, Haverhill, Massachusetts. [[5] – 194, 474, 514, 620L, The Outlaw]

1913 Canada 1913, August 23-September 8. Society of Illustrators. Canadian National Exposition, Toronto, Canada. [[1] – 459]

1913 New York 1913, October-November. National Arts Club, New York, New York. [[4] – 458a, 474, 514, A Story of the Sea]

1913 WSFA 1913, November 3. Second Annual Exhibition of Paintings by Pupils of Howard Pyle. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Du Pont Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[3] – 273, 318, 441]

1913 PAFA 1913, November 9-December 14. Eleventh Annual Exhibition of Watercolors, Prints and Drawings. The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [[2] – 474, 491]

1914 Carnegie 1914, February 6-25. Presented by The Art Society of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. [[4] – 458a, 474, 514, A Story of the Sea]

1914 Anglo-American 1914, May-October. Anglo-American Exhibition. Shepherd’s Bush, London, England. [[5] – 444, 475, 573, Refugees, The Outlaw]

1914 Canada 1914, August 29-September 14. Society of Illustrators. Canadian National Exposition, Toronto, Canada. [[1] – 458a]

1914 WSFA 1914, November 2-7. Third Annual Exhibition of Paintings by Pupils of Howard Pyle. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Hotel du Pont, Wilmington, Delaware. [[5] – 459, 490, 491, 573, 611a]

1914 PAFA 1914, November 8-December 13. Twelfth Annual Exhibition of Watercolors, Prints and Drawings. The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [[3] – 444, 514, 624]

1914 Paris Hospital 1914, December. Benefit for the Paris Hospital. New York, New York. [[4] – 473, 611a, Hudson’s Bay Express, Story of Sea]

1915 WSFA 1915, November 1-6. Fourth Annual Exhibition of The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. New Century Club, Wilmington, Delaware. [[8] – 277, 444, 458a, 493, 656, 662, 669]

1915 Panama-Pacific 1915. Panama-Pacific International Exposition. Department of Fine Arts, San Francisco, California. [[2] – 221, 474]

1916 WSFA 1916, November 6-11. Fifth Annual Exhibition of The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. New Century Club, Wilmington, Delaware. [[4] – 310, 325, 614, 752]

1917 WSFA 1917, November 5-8. Sixth Annual Exhibition of The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. New Century Club, Wilmington, Delaware. [[3] –561, 716, 807]

1919 WSFA 1919, February 3-6. Seventh Annual Exhibition of The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. New Century Club, Wilmington, Delaware. [[5] – 897, 898, 902, 904, 905]

1919 AFA 1919. Illustration Exhibition, traveling. The American Federation of Arts, Washington, District of Columbia. [[2] – 866, 867]

1920 WSFA 1920, April 13-14. Eighth Annual Exhibition of The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Hotel du Pont, Wilmington, Delaware. [[2] – 802, 804]

1921 WSFA 1921, April 26-30. Ninth Annual Exhibition of The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Hotel du Pont, Wilmington, Delaware. [[12] – 194, 697, 716, 837, 850, 862, 976, 977, 979, 986, 1013, White Cold of the North]

1921 PAFA 1921, November 6-December 11. Nineteenth Annual Exhibition of Watercolors, Prints and Drawings. The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [[3] – 816, 837, 850]

1921 Normal School 1921, December 2-20. Art Exhibition- Illustrations, Mural Paintings, Etchings. State Normal School, West Chester, Pennsylvania. [[2] – 773, 845]

1923 Book Week 1923, November 10-17. Children’s Book Week. Paul Elder Gallery, San Francisco, California. [(not known) – illustrations from Blackbeard Buccaneer, Privateers of ‘76, and Joan of Arc]

1923 WSFA 1923, December 11-1924, January 10. An Exhibition by the Pupils of Howard Pyle. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. New Library Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 1094]

1924 WSFA 1924, April 1-21. Exhibition of Paintings. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. New Library Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 686]

1924 Harpers 1924, November 3-15. A Selection of Original Illustrations in Pen and Oil for King Arthur and Other Juvenile Classics Issued by the House of Harper. The Art Center, New York, New York. [(not known) – 1219]

1924 St. Paul 1924, November 5-December 4. Exhibit of Children’s Books. Public Library of St. Paul, St. Paul, Minnesota. [number of paintings and exhibition titles unknown]

1925 WSFA Spring 1925, February 2-21. Exhibition of Paintings by Delaware Artists Members of the Society and Pupils of Howard Pyle. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. New Library Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[6] – 1131, 1132, 1133, 1138, 1139, 1140]

1925 Society of Illustrators 1925, March 9-21. Annual Exhibition of the Society of Illustrators. Art Center, New York, New York. [number of paintings and exhibition titles unknown]

1925 Washington 1925, May 2-22. Exhibition. Arts Club of Washington, Washington, District of Columbia. [(37) – 611a, 654, 690, 698, 726, 733, 805, 816, 837, 890, 910, 976, 1094, 1103, 1106, 1107a, 1108, 1121, 1125, 1130, 1131, 1132, 1133, 1134, 1135, 1136, 1138, 1139, 1140, 1145, 1195, 1269, 1273, 1282, 1321, Spring, The Rescue]

1925 WSFA B&W 1925, May 26-June 13. Exhibition of Black and White Monochrome and Tint by Delaware Artists Members of the Society and Invited Artists. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. New Library Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[6] – 110, 131, 135, 221, 1116, Phantom Lakes]

1925 WSFA Fall 1925, November 11-December 12. Exhibition of Paintings by Delaware Artists Members of the Society and Pupils of Howard Pyle. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. New Library Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[3] – 1007, 1273, 1282]

1926 AFA 1926, September-1927, November. Original Illustrations by 7 Leading American Illustrators. The American Federation of Arts, Washington, District of Columbia. [also shown at various venues including Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland] [[8] – 475, 614, 716, 989a, 1094, 1106, 1195]

1926 WSFA 1926, November 17-December 16. Exhibition of Paintings by Delaware Artists, Members of the Society and Pupils of Howard Pyle. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. New Library Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[4] – 1289, 1315, 1387, The Rescue]

1927 Oshkosh 1927, April 2-[unknown]. “Great War Exhibit.” Oshkosh Public Museum, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. [[5] – 903, 905, 906, 911, 915]

1927 Albright 1927, April 24-July 19. The Twenty-First Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artists. Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York. [[1] – 1315]

1927 WSFA 1927, November 1-December 17. Exhibition of Paintings by Delaware Artists, Members of the Society and Pupils of Howard Pyle. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. New Library Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[3] – 1534, 1545a, 1556]

1928 WSFA 1928, October 10-November 10. Fifteenth Annual Exhibition of Paintings by Delaware Artists, Members of the Society and Pupils of Howard Pyle. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Library Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[3] – 1561, 1606, “Lac Bleu” of the North]

1928 LA Public 1928, November. Book Week Exhibit. Los Angeles Public Library, Los Angeles, California. [[11] – 989a, 1017, 1106, 1198, 1206, 1215, 1216, 1279, 1430, 1518, 1547a]

1929 Ivanhoe 1929, May-1930, May. Ivanhoe Exhibit. Roosevelt Junior High School, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. [[10] -1112, 1113, 1118, 1119, 1125, 1126, 1147, 1148, 1174, 1176]

1929 WSFA 1929, December 4-31. Sixteenth Annual Exhibition of Paintings by Delaware Artists, Members of the Society and Pupils of Howard Pyle. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Library Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[3] – 1028, 1031, 1742]

1929 Pennsylvania 1929, February 4-15. The Pennsylvania Museum & School of Industrial Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [(about 30-35) – no list available]

1930 WSFA Apt 1930, February 5-19. Exhibition of a Six Room Apartment Furnished in Good Taste at Small Cost. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Library Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [(23) – 210, 344, 614a, 782, 783, 1028, 1029, 1131, 1132, 1138, 1139, 1140, 1258, 1551, 1590, 1597, Lincoln Electioneering, Crossroads, Ohio 1860, The Frontier, Intrigue, Captain Joe of the Yacht Fortune, The Lovers]

1930 WSFA 1930, November 3-25. Seventeenth Annual Exhibition of Paintings by Delaware Artists Members of the Society and Pupils of Howard Pyle. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Library Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[2] – 1026, 1198]

1931 FES 1931, March 6-26. Exhibition of the Work of Frank E. Schoonover. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Library Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [(103) – 110, 131, 133, 135, 139, 194, 199, 201, 204, 205, 206, 207, 209, 210, 213, 214, 218, 233, 344, 345, 485, 487, 490, 491, 549, 568, 569, 571, 611a, 716, 752, 779, 781, 787, 805, 911, 915, 989a, 991, 1007, 1017, 1026, 1028, 1029, 1031, 1062, 1107, 1113, 1119, 1125, 1131, 1132, 1133, 1138, 1139, 1140, 1147, 1148, 1174, 1195, 1216, 1258, 1276, 1289, 1301, 1338, 1534, 1543, 1544, 1545a, 1556, 1561, 1569, 1591, 1594, 1596, 1598, 1605, 1623, 1626, 1627, 1632, 1643, 1709, 1717, 1738, 1742, 1749, 1750, 1751, 1752, The Homestead, Indian Guide with Cortes, Near Domreamy – France, Pines – Virginia, When Valmond Came to Pontiac, Three spots for “The Lane That Had No Turning,” Two spots for “The Lane That Had No Turning,” Little Spirit of the Water Fall]

1931 WSFA 1931, November 2-22. Eighteenth Annual Exhibition- Delaware Artists, Pupils of Howard Pyle, Members of the Society. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Library Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[3] – 620L, 1017, Pike County Hills]

1932 WSFA 1932, November 7-27. Nineteenth Annual Exhibition- Delaware Artists, Pupils of Howard Pyle, Members of the Society. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Library Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[2] – 1833, The Pepper Pirates]

1933 WSFA 1933, November 6-26. Twentieth Annual Exhibition- Delaware Artists, Pupils of Howard Pyle, Members of the Society. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Library Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[2] – 1545a, 1781]

1934 Wesleyan 1934, April-May. Frank E. Schoonover Exhibition. Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut. [(48) – 194, 199, 201, 204, 205, 207, 210, 213, 214, 216, 218, 233, 485, 487, 496, 805, 816, 905, 909, 915, 991, 1028, 1062, 1338, 1463, 1534, 1639, 1717, 1721, 1738, 1738s, 1742, 1753, 1754, 1765, 1818, 1833, 1852, 1893, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1900, Ungava Huskies, Malec Basile Stretching a Mink Skin on a Wooden Form, The French Canadian Village of Cap Rouge, The St. Maurice Near the Height of Land Trail]

1934 WSFA 1934, November 5-25. Twenty-first Annual Exhibition of Paintings by Delaware Artists Members of the Society and Pupils of Howard Pyle. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Library Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 1893]

1935 FAO Schwartz 1935, February-September. Oil Paintings by Frank Schoonover. F.A.O. Schwartz, New York. [[8] – 1028, 1145, 1198, 1338, 1463, 1639, 1893, 1966a]

1935 Arts Club 1935, April 7-13. Exhibition by Wilmington and Delaware Artists. Arts Club, Junior League Galleries, Wilmington, Delaware. [[3] – 204, 210, Indian Mother]

1935 WSFA 1935, November 4 – 23. Twenty-second Annual Exhibition of Paintings by Delaware Artists Pupils of Howard Pyle and Members of the Society. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Library Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2105L]

1936 Asbury Park 1936, June -1937, June. Annual Exhibition. Asbury Park Society of Fine Arts. Berkeley Cartaret Hotel, Asbury Park, New Jersey. [[1] – Woods Road-Pike County, Honorable Mention]

1936 WSFA 1936, November 2-28. Twenty-Third Annual Exhibition – Delaware Artists, Pupils of Howard Pyle, Members of the Society. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Library Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2152]

1936 New York 1936, May 18-July 1. First National Exhibition of American Art. International Building, Rockefeller Center, New York, New York. [[1] – 1893]

1936 William Penn 1936, November-December. Exhibition. William Penn Charter School, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [(list incomplete) – 611a, 1019, 1717, 1721, 1753, 1754, 1765, 1818, 1833, 1852, 1893, 2112, Paradise Trail – Girl on Horse, Four paintings having to do with the story of King Arthur and His Knights, Oklahoma – Rush Across the Line, Blackbeard the Pirate, Charcoal Drawings, The Firehorses]

1937 Hotel du Pont 1937. Exhibition of Roadmarker. Hotel du Pont, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2164]

1937 WSFA Spring 1937, March 15-April 17. Watercolors, Drawings, Prints and Illustrations by Members, Delaware Artists and Pupils of Howard Pyle. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Library Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[3] – 1992, 1994, 1998]

1937 WSFA Fall 1937, November 1-27. Twenty-fourth Annual Exhibition by Delaware Artists Pupils of Howard Pyle and Members of the Society. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Library Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[2] – Poetry of River & Mountain, Passing of Indian Summer]

1938 WSFA Spring 1938, April 18-May 6. Water Colors, Drawings, Prints and Illustrations by Members, Delaware Artists and Pupils of Howard Pyle. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Library Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2167]

1938 Art Week 1938, November 1-8. The Fine Arts and Crafts of Delaware. National Art Week. Various locations, Wilmington, Delaware. [(19) – 8 oils in Director’s Room of the Du Pont Building, 2 oils in Mullin’s Department Store, 1 oil at Ursuline Academy, 8 oils at Delaware Hospital]

1938 WSFA Fall 1938, November 7-27. Twenty-Fifth Annual Delaware Show and Drawings by Katharine Pyle. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2230L]

1939 WSFA Spring 1939, April 3-30. Twenty-fifth Annual Exhibition: Water Colors, Drawings and Prints. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [[4] – 488, 489, “Bo’jou,” “Bo‘jou,” French Canada, Camp on the North Fork, Idaho]

1939 WSFA Fall 1939, November 13-December 3. Twenty-sixth Annual Exhibition by Delaware Artists Pupils of Howard Pyle and Members of the Society. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Library Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2246]

1939 Syracuse 1939, December-1940, January. Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York. [(18) – 310, 311, 488, 489, 1007, 1017, 1026, 1028, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1900, 1900a, Roland, 4 oils]

1940 Rochester 1940, March. Frank E. Schoonover. Bevier Gallery, Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute, Rochester, New York. [(circa 50: 23 oils, 2 charcoal, 2 wash, 16 pen and ink, 2 gesso panel, 2 watercolor sketches) – 1026, 1028]

1940 WSFA Spring 1940, April 1-28. Delaware Water Color Show Spring 1940. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [[4] – Valley Forge (drawing), The Home of the Jungle Cat (drawing), Hazards of the Water Trail (drawing), Spring Comes to Gettystown (drawing)]

1940 WSFA Fall 1940, November 11-December 1. Twenty-Seventh Annual Exhibition- Paintings by Delaware Artists, Pupils of Howard Pyle, Members of the Society. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2272]

1941 WSFA Spring 1941, April 7-27. Delaware Water Color Show Spring 1941. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [[2] – 939, 2032-33]

1941 Princeton 1941, October-November. Frank Schoonover Exhibition at the Treasure Room. Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey. [[16] – 8, 11, 199, 209, 210, Colored initial letter “C” on board, Original drawing for “The Lane That Had no Turning.”, 2 original sketches for “The Edge of Wilderness”, Oil painting for “The Broken Soldier.”, 3 large matted pen & ink drawings for “Rolland [sic] the Warrior.”, 3 originals for “A Jersey Boy in the Revolution.”]

1941 WSFA Fall 1941, November 24-December 31. Twenty-Eighth Annual Exhibition- Paintings by Delaware Artists, Pupils of Howard Pyle, Members of the Society. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [[2] – 2186, 2290]

1942 WSFA 1942, May 3-24. Delaware Water Color Show Spring 1942. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [[3] – 2011, 2228, 2234]

1943 Warner 1943, January. Lobby Display. Warner Junior High School, Wilmington, Delaware. [[6] – 1005, 1040, 1276, 1277, 1301, 1316]

1943 WSFA 1943, September 26-October 26. Thirtieth Annual Exhibition of the Work of Delaware Artists, Pupils of Howard Pyle, Members of the Society. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [[2] – 2321, 2323]

1943 O’Tooles 1943 December 7-21. O’Tooles, Wilmington, Delaware. [[5] – 1271, 1714, 1981, 2321, 2322]

1944 Artists for Victory [1944] Second Annual Portrait of America Competition and Exhibition. Artists for Victory, Inc. [Metropolitan Museum of Art], New York, New York. [[1]-2321]

1944 De River Artists 1944, November 15-1945, January 22. Delaware River Artists. New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, New Jersey. [[1] – 2321]

1945 Conner Wilmington 1945, June 1-29. A Showing of the Portrait of Sergeant James P. Connor by Frank Schoonover. Wilmington Institute Free Library, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2370]

1945 Conner Dover 1945, July 2-31. A Showing of the Portrait of Sergeant James P. Connor by Frank Schoonover. Hall of Records, Dover, Delaware. [[1] – 2370]

1945 WSFA 1945, November 4-December 4. Thirty-second Annual Exhibition of the Work of Delaware Artists, Pupils of Howard Pyle, Members of the Society. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2382]

1946 WSFA 1946, November 3-December 1. Thirty-third Annual Exhibition of the Work of Delaware Artists, Pupils of Howard Pyle Members of the Society. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] –Beaver Lake]

1947 WWII 1947, May 19-June 15. Exhibition of Portraits of Delawareans Who Participated in World War II. Delaware Art Center Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2370]

1947 WSFA 1947, November 3-December 7. Thirty-Fourth Annual Delaware Show. Delaware Art Center Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2408]

1948 WSFA 1948, November 7-December 5. Thirty-Fifth Annual Delaware Show. Delaware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2434]

1949 WSFA 1949, November 7-December 7. Thirty-Sixth Annual Delaware Show. Delaware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2418]

1950 WSFA Spring 1950, May 10-June 4. Delaware Watercolor Exhibition. Delaware Art Center Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2427a]

1950 Catamount Hill 1950, June-August. Art Center Exhibit. Catamount Hill Association, Art Center, Catamount Hill, Massachusetts. [[1] – 2270]

 

1950 Buck Hill 1950, July 19-August 20. Eighteenth Annual Purchase Prize Exhibition. Buck Hill Art Association. The Inn at Buck Hill Falls, Buck Hill Falls, Pennsylvania. [[1] – 2418]

1950 Rehoboth 1950, July 26-August 20. Rehoboth Annual. Rehoboth Art League. Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. [[1] – Beaver Lake, Bushkill, Pa.]

1950 WSFA Fall 1950, November 14-December 31. Thirty-seventh Annual Delaware Show. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2453]

1950 Hotel du Pont 1950, November. Artists Gallery. Hotel du Pont, Wilmington, Delaware. [[6] – 1758, 1791, 1996, 2071e, 2216, 2355]

1951 Buck Hill 1951, July 20-August 20. Nineteenth Annual Purchase Prize Exhibition. Buck Hill Art Association. The Inn at Buck Hill Falls, Buck Hill Falls, Pennsylvania. [[1] – 2384]

1951 Delaware River Group 1951, July 16-August 20. Delaware River Group. Bushkill Art Association. Bushkill, Pennsylvania. [[4] – 2404, 2418a, 2428, 2451]

1951 Rehoboth 1951, July 25-August 19. Rehoboth Annual. Rehoboth Art League. Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. [[2] – 2355, 2384]

1951 WSFA 1951, November 19-December 30. Thirty-Eighth Annual Delaware Show. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2458]

1952 Hotel du Pont Spring 1952, April 14-21. Artists Gallery. Hotel du Pont, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2460]

1952 Buck Hill 1952, July 18-August 20. Twentieth Annual Purchase Prize Exhibition. Buck Hill Art Association. The Inn at Buck Hill Falls, Buck Hill Falls, Pennsylvania. [[1] – 2458]

1952 Rehoboth 1952, July 23-August 17. Rehoboth Annual. Rehoboth Art League. Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. [[1] – Landscape]

1952 WSFA 1952, November 12-December 28. Thirty-Ninth Annual Delaware Show. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2464]

1952 Hotel du Pont Fall 1952, November 24-30. Artist’s Gallery. Hotel du Pont, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2463a]

1953 WSFA 1953, December 4-31. Fortieth Annual Delaware Show. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[2] – 2471, 2472]

1954 Peoples 1954, March 19-24. Peoples Settlement, Wilmington, Delaware. [[3] – 790, 1543, Cowpuncher]

1954 Buck Hill 1954, July 20 – August 22. Twenty-Second Annual Buck Hill Art Association Mid-Summer Exhibition. Buck Hill Art Association. The Inn at Buck Hill Falls, Buck Hill Falls, Pennsylvania. [[1] – 2471]

1954 WSFA 1954, November 5-December 12. 41st Annual Delaware Show. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2470]

1955 WSFA 1955, November 11-December 22. 42nd Annual Delaware Show. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2480]

1956 WSFA Spring 1956, April 4-25. Delaware Watercolor Show: Prints, Drawings. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2474]

1956 WSFA Fall 1956, November 16-December 20. Forty-Third Annual Delaware Show. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2484]

1957 WSFA 1957, November 9-December 22. Forty-Fourth Annual Delaware Show. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2483]

1958 Hotel du Pont 1958, March. Hotel du Pont, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2483]

1958 WSFA 1958, October 4-28. Forty-Fifth Annual Delaware Show – Oils and Sculpture. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2492]

1958 JW 1958. Art Show. John Wanamaker, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2495a]

1959 WSFA 1959, November 13-December 28. Forty-Sixth Annual Delaware Show- Oils and Sculpture. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2496]

1960 WSFA Spring 1960, May 5-June 5. 46th Annual Delaware Show – Watercolors, Drawings, Prints. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2502c]

1960 WSFA Fall 1960, November 11-December 23. Forty-Seventh Annual Delaware Show. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2501]

1961 WSFA 1961, May 5-June 4. 47th Annual Delaware Show – Water Colors, Drawings, Prints. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – Motif No. 1 Rockport]

1961 Warehouse 1961, May 7-20. An Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings by Frank E. Schoonover. Warehouse Gallery. Robin Hood Theatre, Arden, Delaware. [(38) – 210, 448, 756, 991, 1019, 1026, 1046, 1136, 1198, 1419sd-sg, 1550, 1598, 1738, 1758, 1799, 1996, 2122, 2158, 2167, 2168, 2186, 2209, 2292, 2384, 2422, 2427a, 2480c, 2491, 2491L, 2493, 2499, 2500, 2501, Lincoln Heading, Fishing]

1962 WSFA Copeland 1962, March 23-May 6. The Copeland Memorial Fund Collection. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 1545a]

1962 WSFA 1962, May 18-June 17. 48th Annual Delaware Exhibition- Watercolors, Drawings, Prints. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2502a]

1962 Algonkian 1962, June-September. Algonkian and Siouan Indians of the Far West. Museum of the Plains Indians, Browning, Montana. [[1] – 475]

1962 FES 1962, October 5-28. Frank E. Schoonover. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center Building, Wilmington, Delaware. [(76) – 3, 8, 11, 110, 114, 116, 123, 125, 126, 130, 131, 136, 139, 146, 180, 194, 195, 197, 198, 199, 200, 202, 204, 206, 208, 210, 216, 249, 449, 459, 485, 491, 601, 669, 726, 752, 756, 800, 833, 889, 1007, 1011, 1107, 1107a, 1258, 1545a, 1556, 1721, 1762, 1897, 2200s, 2322, 2330, 2344, 2361, 2384, 2386, 2407, 2445, 2451, 2458, 2470, 2471, 2480, 2483, 2483sa, 2491, 2505, sw50, sw51, #20 Xavier Gill, #50 Bend of the Big Bushkill, #51 On the Delaware, Heading for “A Christmas Story”]

1962 Bank of Delaware 1962, October 17. The Bank of Delaware Show. Bank of Delaware, Graylyn Shopping Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [[13] – 614a, 1005, 1014, 1183, 1606, 1639, 1702, 1852, 2295, 2492, Valley Beyond, Privateers of ’76, With Cortes the Conqueror]

1962 WSFA 1962, November 9-1963, January 6. Forty-Ninth Annual Delaware Show. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [(not known) – Guardian Sanctuary]

1963 Music School 1963, April 30-May 4. Exhibit. Wilmington Music School, Wilmington, Delaware. [[3] – 1742, 2505, Beaver Valley]

1963 State Fair 1963, July 27-August 9. Delaware State Fair. Harrington, Delaware. [[2] – 2480c, 2505a]

1964 WSFA Spring 1964, March 20-April 19. Fiftieth Annual Delaware Show, Local: Oils and Sculpture. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – Autumn Symphony]

1964 WSFA Fall 1964, November 20-1965, January 10. Fifty-First Annual Delaware Show, Local: Watercolors, Drawings and Prints. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2483sa]

1965 WSFA 1965, March 19-April 18. Fifty-first Annual Delaware Show: Regional: Oils and Sculpture. The Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Delaware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – Symphony of Autumn, Alapocas]

1965 Gift Horse 1965, April 16-24. The Gift Horse Gallery, West Chester, Pennsylvania. [(circa 59) – 227, 269, 318, 353, 485, 497, 747, 1030, 1040, 1041, 1107, 1121, 1206, 1246, 1248, 1316, 1317, 1417, 1444, 1541, 1553, 1606, 1718cd, 1897, 2083, 2136, 2186, 2234, 2295, 2296, 2361, 2401, 2502c, 2505, 2505a, 2508, sw51, Original Creation of Hopalong Cassidy, A Charlemagne Warrior, The Long Hard Pull, 3 Rockport watercolors, Chester Co. Conversation, Beaver Valley Spring House, Covered Bridge at Yellow Britches Creek, The Lonely Castaway, Alapocas-Wood Road, Suspense for the Hudson Bay Factor]

1967 Gift Horse 1967, March 29-April 29. Frank E. Schoonover. The Gift Horse Art Gallery, West Chester, Pennsylvania. [(76) – 80, 139, 179, 197, 198, 230, 269, 272, 317, 318, 443, 463, 485, 497, 519a, 562, 620L, 773, 774, 793, 794, 799, 866, 971, 1014, 1030, 1040, 1041, 1128, 1320, 1417, 1422, 1541, 1549, 1653, 1716cdl, 1742, 1758, 1810, 1852, 1897, 1899, 2083, 2096alt, 2172, 2186, 2270, 2292, 2295, 2296, 2340, 2361, 2390, 2505, 2505a, sw51, sw83, Visions-On a Hillside, Sunlight on River Birches, Down the Canyon Trail, Below Sandy Beach in Upper Delaware-Wallpack Bend, Story of Charlemagne, Near the Shore, Charlemagne Warrior, Illustrations for Bail, Count Ly[ ], Leon’s House, Flamingo Feather, Navigation, Waifs of the Street, Indian Figure, Chapter Heading From Lincoln, Pirate Behind, Washington’s Lost Soldier, Forest Fire, “Giddup”]

1967 WSFS 1967, August 19. Exhibit of Schoonover Paintings and Open House. The Wilmington Savings Fund Society, Wilmington, Delaware. [(21) – 310, 312, 325, 326, 845, 858, 859, 860, 861, 862, 869, 870, 871, 1529, 1543, 1626, 1627, 1631, 1647, 2445, 2510]

1968 Clubhouse 1968, October 14-November 15. Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings of Frank E. Schoonover. The Clubhouse Art Gallery, Media, Pennsylvania. [(42) – 69, 80, 81, 194, 318, 337, 382, 467L, 497, 624, 626, 720, 991, 1018, 1026, 1247, 1270, 1277, 1567, 1578, 1665, 1793, 1993, 2003, 2004, 2030, 2050, 2121, 2171, 2186, 2233, 2295, 2338, 2505, Land of his Fathers, The Landing, Bushkill, Pa., By Paths of Flame, From Rifles for Washington, Florida Girl, From “With Cortes the Conqueror”, The Girl in the Garden, Illustration from the Privateers]

1969 DAM 1969, February 28-March 23. The Brandywine Tradition. Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware. [[3] – 249, 269, 1545a]

1969 Delaware Arts Society 1969, March 9-23. First Exhibition. Delaware Arts Society, Dover, Delaware. [[1] – 752]

1969 FES 1969, May 18-June 1. Frank E. Schoonover, Dean of Delaware Artists. Delaware Arts Society. Parish House of Christ Episcopal Church, Dover, Delaware. [(33) – 194, 249, 273, 318, 337, 458a, 485, 497, 623, 869, 871, 903, 915, 1000, 1014, 1026, 1029, 1030, 1118, 1251, 1260, 1270, 1391, 1627, 1968, 1971, 2090, 2091, 2505, Big Frank, In the Hands of the Redcoats/Andrews Railroad Raid, Eskimo Fishing Through Ice, The Cold North Country]

1969 Glenbow 1969, September 25-November 2. Glenbow Collects: An Exhibition. Glenbow-Alberta Art Gallery, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. [[3] – 207, 214, 233]

1971 Artmobile 1971, April 13-May 29. Howard Pyle’s Pupils: An Artmobile Exhibit. Delaware State Arts Council, Delaware. [[1] – 249]

1971 BRM 1971, June 19-October 17. The Brandywine Heritage: Howard Pyle, N.C. Wyeth, Andrew Wyeth, James Wyeth. Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. [[3] – 269, sw49, sw83]

1971 Brandywine Tradition 1971, October-1972, October. Brandywine Tradition Artists. Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware. Exhibited at The Charleston Museum at Sunrise, Charleston, West Virginia; Tennessee Fine Arts Center, Nashville, Tennessee; Wichita Art Association, Wichita, Kansas; Isaac Delgado Museum of Art, New Orleans, Louisiana; International Art Gallery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and Monmouth Museum, Redbank, New Jersey. [[13] – 5, 249, 281, 336, 344, 345, 346, 752, 1026, 1545a, 2010, 2189cd]

1972 BRM 1972, January 22-May 7. The Beginning of the Study Center and the Brandywine Collection. Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. [[12] – 230, 269, 273, 343, 458a, 497, 567, 1198, sw50, sw71, sw81, sw83]

1972 Brooklyn 1972, March 22-May 14. A Century of American Illustration. The Brooklyn Museum, New York. [[1] – 1011]

1972 FES 1972, May 20-June 30. Illustrations by Frank E. Schoonover. Francis Harvey Green Library, West Chester State College, West Chester, Pennsylvania. [[14] – 33a, 39, 42, 204, 205, 793, 800, 1003, 1246, 1264, 1541, 1574, 1646, 1762]

1972 95th Birthday 1972, August 3-September 5. Frank E. Schoonover 95th Birthday Celebration Exhibition. Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware. [[15] – 42, 497, 756, 793, 1003, 1011, 1260, 1264, 1383a, 1541, 1545a, 1743, 1798, 2362, Bushkill Landscape]

1972 DAM 1972, September 14-October 15. The Golden Age of Illustration 1880-1914. Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware. [[2] – 87, 574]

1972 BRM 1972, January 22-May 7. The Beginning of the Study Center and the Brandywine Collection. Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. [[12] – 230, 269, 273, 343, 458a, 497, 567, 1198, sw50, sw71, sw81, sw83]

1972 Gift Horse 1972, May 7-20. The Gift Horse Gallery, West Chester, Pennsylvania. [(not known) – 1320, Sunlight on River Birches]

1973 BRM 1973, June 1-July 29. Brandywine Illustrators. Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. [[5] – 152, 230, 269, 866, 1003]

1973 Arizona 1973, October 18-December 14. The Southern Arizona Bank Collection of Western Art. Southern Arizona Bank, Tuscon and Scottsdale, Arizona. [[16] – 177, 267, 349, 576, 803, 1260, 1896, 1900, 2112, 2136, Camp Scene, Puritan, A Days Lodging, Boss of the Roundup, Fall Leaves at the Mill Dam, Indian in His Solitude]

1974 Lycoming 1974, April 20-May 12. American Illustrators 1880-1920. The Greater Williamsport Community Arts Council. Lycoming County Historical Museum, Williamsport, Pennsylvania. [[2] – 574, 1443]

1974 Albright-Knox 1974, July 12-August 24. American Art in Upstate New York. Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo, New York. [[1] – 752]

1975 BRM 1975, January 10-May 19. The Brandywine West. Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. [[6] – 248, 249, 271alt, 272, 899, 1127]

1975 Arizona 1975, August 20-September 19. Exhibit Commemorating Tuscon’s Bicentennial featuring Newell Convers Wyeth and Frank E. Schoonover. The First National Bank of Arizona and Brandywine Galleries, Ltd., Tuscon, Arizona. [(20) – 177, 267, 493, 576, 803, 858, 859, 860, 861, 862, 869, 870, 871, 1260, 1320, 1586, 1900, 2136, Fall Leaves, Western Trail]

1975 BRM Winter 1975, November 28-1976, January 11. Winter Gallery. Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. [[6] – 194, 273, 567, 1031, 1357cdr, 1665]

1976 Arizona 1976, January 15-March 26. Southwest Legacy. Tuscon Museum of Art, Tuscon, Arizona. [[1] –2136]

1976 BRM Summer 1976, June 5-September 6. Reflections of American History. Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. [[1] – 1627]

1976 Chester County 1976. Bicentennial Exhibition. Chester County Art Center, West Chester, Pennsylvania. [(not known) – sw83]

1976 BRM Fall 1976, September 11-November 21. The Art of American Illustration. Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. [[1] – 269]

1977 FES 1977, July 11-29. The Centennial Exhibition – Frank E. Schoonover. Wilmington Savings Fund Society Exhibit Hall, Wilmington, Delaware. [(57) – 8, 11, 68, 80, 105, 122, 128, 194, 204, 205, 250, 310, 312, 318, 325, 392, 401, 439alt, 458a, 567, 902, 915, 1000, 1003, 1005, 1027, 1063, 1118, 1125, 1255, 1264, 1277, 1316, 1529, 1543, 1553, 1626, 1627, 1631, 1647, 1745, 2185, 2200, 2343, 2392, 2409, 2466, 2474, 2508, 2510, sw46, sw51, sw83, landscape, Dutch town, stained glass, stained glass]

1977 BRM 1977. Brandywine Heritage. Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. [[2] – 269, 313]

1978 BRM 1978, January 21 – May 21. The Brandywine Tradition. Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. [[1] – 269]

1978 Shawnee 1978, April 15-May 14. Paintings, Drawings, and Prints by Frank E. Schoonover Illustrator and Artist (1877-1972). Shawnee Inn, Shawnee-on-Delaware, Pennsylvania. [(not known) – 263, 405, 793, 1026, 2113alt, 2185, 2401, 2419, 2420, landscape]

1978 Hagley 1978, May 24-June 4. Artists at Hagley: A Popular Tradition. Hagley Museum and Gardens, Wilmington, Delaware.  [[1] – 2483]

1978 BRM Sea 1978, September 8-November 19. Sights of the Sea. Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. [[2] – 831, 1700]

1978 UD 1978, October. Inaugural Exhibition of the University Gallery. University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware. [[1] – 458a]

1979 Artists of the Brandywine 1979, January 7-February 25. Artists of the Brandywine: Howard Pyle and his Students. Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, South Carolina. Also exhibited at:1979, March 6-April 15, Gibbes Art Gallery, Charleston, South Carolina; 1979, April 22-May June 3, Columbia Museums of Art & Science, Columbia, South Carolina. [[8] – 272, 497, 497s, 1000, 1443, 1864, sw71]

1979 Montrose 1979, January 19-February 17. Exhibition of Paintings & Drawings by Frank E. Schoonover. Montrose Galleries, Bethesda, Maryland. [(37) – 60, 169a, 263, 290, 339, 405, 588, 720, 793, 957, 958, 1003, 1049, 1094, 1246, 1270, 1273, 1475, 1762, 1784cd, 1982a, 2032a, 2419, 2420, sw90, Cardigan, Hide-rack, Delaware Water Gap, A Question of Method, Roland the Warrior, Boy With Flag, Canoe, Mountie and Woman, Cowboy, North Country, Fishing, Indian Vignette]

1979 FES 1979, September 8-November 18. Frank E. Schoonover Illustrator. Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. [(67) – 3, 47, 80, 81, 87, 152, 164, 165, 186, 197/198, 199, 207, 209, 214, 223, 228, 230, 231s, 233, 269, 287, 318, 343, 405, 423, 458a, 474, 475, 567, 570, 571, 752, 867, 899, 915, 940, 977, 984, 988alt, 1000, 1003, 1007, 1011, 1026, 1030, 1031, 1040, 1049, 1063, 1065, 1094, 1100, 1115, 1121, 1125, 1128, 1190, 1198, 1231, 1233, 1433, 1627, 2173, sw49, sw83, sw89]

1979 DAM 1979, September 16-December 2. The American Magazine 1890-1940. Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 249]

1980 DAM 1980, February 3-April 20. Artists in Wilmington: 1890-1940. Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 1443]

1980 DAM Downtown 1980, February 10-March 6. The Delaware Academy of Medicine: Physicians Collect. The Downtown Gallery, Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware. [[2] – 1810, 2198a]

1980 Lancaster 1980, May 4-25. Frank Schoonover Exhibition. Community Gallery of Lancaster County, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. [(32) – 8, 11, 68, 105, 122, 271alt, 401, 405, 439alt, 440, 446, 451, 497, 588, 706s, 793, 1011, 1013, 1094, 1118, 1119, 1196, 1264, 1270, 1316, 1764, 2343, 2361, 2383, chapter heading from Lane That Had No Turning, Rifles for Washington]

1980 BRM 1980, May 30-September 1. Howard Pyle, A Teacher: The Formal Years 1894-1905. Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. [[8] – 144, 193, sw53, sw71, sw72, sw81, sw83]

1980 Kennedy 1980, June 3-July 5. Artists of the American West. Kennedy Galleries, New York. [[2] – 1107a, 1703]

1980 Enchanted Images 1980, December 9-1981, January 25. Enchanted Images: American Children’s Illustration 1850-1925. Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, California. [[2] – 871, 1003]

1981 Brandywine Heritage 1981, March 21-April 19. The Brandywine Heritage: An American Tradition. The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, Florida. [[4] – 80, 87, 1003, sw71]

1981 Glenbow 1981, May 30-July 26. Western Art. Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. [[1] – 236]

1982 Hotel du Pont 1982, January16-February 28. Four Decades: The Hotel du Pont Collection. Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware. [[3] – 2339, 2408, 2418]

1982 Popular West 1982, April 2-May 30. The Popular West: American Illustrators 1900-1940. Phoenix, Art Museum, Phoenix, Arizona. 1982, September 21-November 21. Palm Springs Desert Museum, Palm Springs, California. [[3] – 249, 1011, 2136]

1982 Diamond M circa1982-1984. Where the West Begins. Diamond M Museum, Snyder, Texas. [[1]-729]

1983 DAM 1983, March 1-April 17. Selections from the Sewell C. Biggs Collection of Painting. Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware. [[9] – 164, 165, 485, 988alt, 1102, 1110, 2082, 2113altcdr, sw77]

1983 LOC 1983, March 26-October 2. The American Cowboy. Library of Congress, Washington, District of Columbia. Also exhibited at: 1983, December 1-1984, January 31, The University of Texas, Institute of Texan Cultures, San Antonio, Texas; 1984, March 7-April 29, The Denver Museum of Art, Denver, Colorado; 1984, June 4-July 27, Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Alberta, Canada; 1984, September 3-October 26. San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, California.  [[1] – 249]

1983 Glenbow 1983, June 1-November 7. Annual Western Art. Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. [[2] – 225, 236]

1983 UD 1983, June 3-August 30. Portraits – The Canvas and Beyond. University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware. [[1] – 2469]

1983 JMU 1983, August 1-September 24. Leslie Thrasher and Associates. Sawhill Gallery, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia. [[1] – 1443]

 

1983 Arizona 1983, October 5-December 12. Arizona Collects the West. Tuscon Museum of Art, Tuscon, Arizona. [[4] – 177, 267, 576, 2136]

1983 Studio Group 1983, November 3-6. Howard Pyle Centennial. The Studio Group, Wilmington, Delaware. [(not known) – 574]

1984 Friends 1984, January 7-28. Wilmington Friends School, Wilmington, Delaware. [[9] – 149, 318, 401, 403, 405, 439alt, 446, 1141cdr, sw55]

1984 BRM 1984, January 14-March 11. Visions of Winter. Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. [[4] –243, 567, 571, 977]

1984 Drexel 1984, November 15-1985, May 31. Drexel’s Great School of American Illustration: Violet Oakley and Her Contemporaries. Drexel University Museum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [[1] – 413a]

1985 CIGNA 1985, February 1-April 15. American Illustration from the Delaware Art Museum. CIGNA Museum and Art Collection, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [[2] – 249, 1282]

1985 DAM 1985, July 12-September 15. “More Than You Knew….” Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 1545a]

1985 Best 1985, October 6-1989, February 28. The Best of American Illustration: Selections from the Delaware Art Museum. Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware. Circulated by The Trust for Museum Exhibitions, Washington, District of Columbia. Also exhibited at The Tennessee Botanical Gardens and Fine Arts Center at Cheekwood, Nashville, Tennessee; The Terra Museum of American Art, Evanston, Illinois; Oklahoma Museum of Art, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Newport Art Museum, Newport, Rhode Island; Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; The Hershey Museum, Hershey, Pennsylvania; Amarillo Art Center, Amarillo, Texas; Flint Institute of Arts, Flint Michigan; Portland Museum of Art, Portland, Maine; Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, Wisconsin; University of Kentucky Museum of Art, Lexington, Kentucky; The Lowe Art Museum, Coral Gables, Florida; University of Miami, Miami, Florida; and The Holyoke Museum, Holyoke, Colorado. [[3] – 249, 1282, 1545a]

1985 Society of Illustrators 1985, November 7-30. The Illustrator in America. Society of Illustrators, New York, New York. [[1] – 249]

1985 UD 1985, December 8-1986, January 5. An Exhibition of Works from the Permanent Collection. University Gallery, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware. [[4] – 458a, 2250, 2251, 2469]

1986 FES Drexel 1986, February 14-June 8. Frank Schoonover at Drexel: Illustration and the Academic Tradition 1892-1903. Drexel University Museum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [(66) – 8, 11, 16, 25s, 34, 35, 36, 39, 58, 80, 148, 164, 165, 206, sw3, sw5, sw6, sw7, sw9, sw10, sw11, sw16, sw21, sw22, sw24, sw25, sw26, sw27, sw34, sw43, sw50, sw54, sw55, sw57, sw60, sw61, sw65, sw67, sw70, sw72, sw76, sw79, sw80, sw81, sw84, sw86, sw87, sw90, sw91, sw93, sw96, (remainder of exhibition not within Catalogue Raisonné numbering system)]

1986 Glenbow 1986, March 22-July 13. American Illustration 1890-1925: Romance, Adventure & Suspense. Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Also exhibited at: 1987, July-August, Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska; 1987, October-November High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia; 1988, April-May, Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts; and 1988, July-August, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. [[2] – 214, 519]

1986 Visions 1986, September 28-November 30. Visions of the West. Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas. [[1] – 2129]

1987 DAM/BRM 1987, March 29-June 21. Howard Pyle: The Artist/The Legacy. Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware. Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. [[3] – 230, 264, 269]

1987 Greenville 1987, April 30. Golden Age of Illustration. The Gallery at Greenville, Greenville, Delaware. [(21) – 55, 58, 149, 252, 261, 339, 403, 446, 451, 463, 583, 584, 1432cdl, 1565, 1723, 2004, 2095cd, From Lafayette, Back-Packing, Crow’s Nest]

1987 Gone Fishing! 1987, May 12-October 5. Gone Fishing! A History of Fishing in River, Bay and Sea. Philadelphia Maritime Museum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [[1] – sw3]

1987 America 1987, September 30-October 24. Visions of America 1787-1987: 200 Years of American Genre in Commemoration of the Bicentennial of the United States Constitution. ACA Galleries, New York, New York. [[1] – 1272]

1988 Millport 1988, May 3-15. American Illustration. Millport Conservancy, Pennsylvania. [(not known) – 1094]

1988 DAM 1988, September 16-December 31. Heroes, Heroines and the Heroic: Howard Pyle and his Students. Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 249]

1989 BRM 1989, March 25-May 21. A Brandywine Spring. Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. [[2] – sw53, sw71]

1989 Childhood Enchantments 1989, April 2-June 25. Childhood Enhancements: British and American Illustrations for Children 1880-1940. Museum of Cartoon Art, Rye Brook, New York. [[2] – 2020, 2021]

1989 DAM 1989, May 12-July 6. Illustration Making From Print to Publication. Helen Farr Sloan Library, Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 574]

1990 Fort Lauderdale 1990, January 26-March 26. Masterpieces of American Illustration from the Delaware Art Museum. Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. [[3] – 1282, 1545a, 1743]

1990 Somerville Manning 1990, September 7-29. Works by American Illustrators: 1890-1940. Somerville Manning Gallery, Greenville, Delaware. [(not known) – 167s, The Boatman]

1991 UD 1991, October 3-November 3. Brandywine Valley to the Bay: Art from Private Collections. University Gallery, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware. [[3] – 305L, 441, 1014]

1991 DAM 1991, December 13-1992, February 23. Eighty Years of Collecting: American Illustration. Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 1011]

1993 Eiteljorg 1993, July 9-September 19. Illustrators of the American West: The Continuing Legacy of Howard Pyle and the Brandywine Tradition. Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art, Indianapolis, Indiana. [[5] – 249, 939, 1011, 1356, 1443]

1994 Nostalgic Journey 1994. Nostalgic Journey: American Illustration from the Collection of the Delaware Art Museum. Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware. Tour organized by The Trust for Museum Exhibitions, Washington, District of Columbia. Also exhibited at: [8 museums] Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia; Portland Museum of Art, Portland, Maine; Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, Georgia; Montgomery Museum of Fine Art, Montgomery, Alabama [[4] – 497, 902, 1282, 1443]

1995 Kelly 1995, October 7-December 9. Howard Pyle and His Students: Works From the Kelly Collection of American Illustration. McGraw-Page Library, Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, Virginia. [[3] – 376, 803, 1669]

1996 Myth 1996, June 2-1977, April 6. Myth Magic and Mystery: One Hundred Years of American Children’s Book Illustration. The Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk Virginia; The Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis, Tennessee; The Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware. [[2] – 1003, 1017]

1996 BRM 1996, June 22-September 15. Twenty-Five Years of Collecting, a Celebration. Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. [[1] – 269]

1996 Bounty 1996 December-1997 January. “Bounty on the Brandywine.” Stuart, Florida. [[1] – 2495a]

1996 Harmsen 1996-1998. The West in American Art: From the Bill and Dorothy Harmsen Collection of Western Americana. Courtesy of the Colorado Historical Society, Denver, Colorado. Also exhibited at: 1996, April 27-September 27, Museum of the Horse. Ruidoso Downs, New Mexico; 1996, October 27-1997, February 23, Mesa, Arizona; 1997, March 16 – May 4, The Center for the Arts, Vero, Beach, Florida; 1997, May 25-July 13, Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum, Colorado Springs, Colorado; 1997, August-November 30, Palm Springs Desert Museum, Palm Springs, California; 1998, January 9-March 1, Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile Alabama; 1998, March 22-May 10. Muscatine, Muscatine, Iowa; 1998, May 31-July 19, Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, Georgia; 1998, August 9-September 27, Dane G. Hansen Memorial Museum, Logan, Kansas; 1998, October 14-December 6, The Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida. [[1] – 1550]

1997 Kelly 1997, June 2-November 28. Art of the Illustrator: Works from The Kelly Collection of American Illustration. Federal Reserve Board Building, Washington, District of Columbia. [[2] – 649, 803]

1997 Longwood 1997, October 4-November 1. American Book Illustrators. Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, Farmville, Virginia. [[4] – 191, 310, 318, 1119]

1998 BRM 1998, April 30-September 7. Diversity of Line: Works in Pen and Ink from the Collection. Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. [[1] – 345]

1998 Biggs 1998, August 5-30. Frank Schoonover Remembered: The Early Works. Sewell C. Biggs Museum of American Art, Dover, Delaware. [(26) – 35, 80, 105, 122, 128, 144, 180, 240, 252, 318, 396, 401, 495, 546, 570, 634, 799, 1027, 1380cd, sw17, sw45, sw92, sw94, sw95, anatomical drawing]

1998 Kelly 1998, October 20-1999, January 20. Adventure Ho! Popular American Illustrations, 1897-1935; Works from the Kelly Collection of American Illustration. William King Regional Arts Center, Abington, Virginia. [[1] – 1669]

1998 Everhart 1998, November 21. Behold the Child. Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art, Scranton, Pennsylvania. [[1] – 399]

1999 Cowboy 1999, January 15-May 31. The Cowboy: An American Icon. National Cowboy Hall of Fame, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. [[1] – 1011]

1999 Biggs 1999, August 4-September 12. Heroes and Heroines. Sewell C. Biggs Museum of American Art, Dover Delaware. [[13] – 732, 739, 845, 858, 871, 1007 1031, 1118, 1119, 1147, 1252, 1282, 1833]

2000 Glenbow 2000, June 10-November 5. Hunters and Hunted. Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. [[2] – 207, 1068]

2000 Biggs 2000, July 19-September 17. Beyond Illustration: The Landscapes of Frank E. Schoonover. Sewell C. Biggs Museum of American Art, Dover, Delaware. [(25) – 467L, 646L, 647L, 824L, 2084, 2165, 2165s, 2186, 2298, 2303, 2349, 2381, 2392, 2402, 2433, 2452, 2471, 2474, 2499, 2500, 2501, 2505, 2506, sw53, sw54]

2000 Harmsen 2000, November 4-2001, January 19. Horse & Rider in the Harmsen Collection of Western Art. Foothills Art Center, Golden, Colorado. [[1] – 1550]

2000 Winter 2000, December-2001, January. Winter Scenes: Snowy Landscapes by Regional Artists. Sewell C. Biggs Museum of American Art, Dover, Delaware. [[1] – 2154]

2001 Kelly 2001, January 19-May 6. Distant Lands: the Art of the Story: Works from the Kelly Collection of American Illustration, 1894-1938. Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, Tennessee. [[2] – 649, 1669]

2001 HSD 2001, April 28-September 1. Recognizing Delaware: Artistic Assets from The Wilmington Trust Collection. The Historical Society of Delaware. Delaware History Museum, Wilmington, Delaware. [[2] – 1321, 1632]

2001 FES 2001, July 11-August 11. Frank Schoonover 1877-1972. Society of Illustrators, New York. [(38) – 80, 180, 186, 287, 310, 318, 343, 376, 401, 411, 441, 485, 570, 616, 793, 803, 845, 859, 862, 871, 915, 992, 1001, 1003, 1005, 1019, 1031, 1094, 1114, 1118, 1119, 1121, 1272, 1316, 1543, 1565, 1647, 2510]

2001 BRM 2001, September 8-November 18. 30th Anniversary Celebration. Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. [[4] – sw50, sw71, 230, 269]

2001 DAM 2001, September-2002, January. Displayed in Tribute Room at Delaware Art Museum in Honor of the Heroes of the 9/11/01 Attack on the United States. Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1] – 2067]

2001 Pensacola 2001, November 30-2002, February 9. Adventures in Art The Brandywine Artists: Masters of Storytelling through Illustration. Pensacola Museum of Art, Pensacola, Florida. [[8] – 249, 264, 318, 903, 1270, 1300, 1316, 1645]

2002 Sgt. York 2002, January-February. Sergeant York. Signal Corps Museum, Fort Gordon, Texas. [[1] – 918]

2002 BRM Summer 2002, June 1-September 2. Brandywine Valley Landscapes: A Summer Idyll. Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. [[3] – sw50, sw53, sw71]

2002 BRM NCW 2002, September 7-November 24. N. C. Wyeth Arrives in Wilmington. Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. [[1] – 47]

2002 HSD 2002, November 11-2003, January 11. “Views of Valor: World War I Paintings by Schoonover and Hoskins.” The Historical Society of Delaware. Delaware History Museum, Wilmington, Delaware. [[9] – 886, 898, 903, 904, 905, 909, 910, 911, 915]

2002 BRM Winter 2002, November 29-2003, January 6. Winter Visions from the Collection. Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. [[2] – 230, 264]

2003 Farnsworth 2003, June 15-September 21. Pirates! From the Golden Age of American Illustration. Farnsworth Art Museum and Wyeth Center Galleries, Rockland, Maine. [[8] – 441, 1102, 1115, 1120, 1121, 1587, 1753, 1754]

2003 Biggs 2003, July 30-September 7. Schoonover Surprise. Sewell C. Biggs Museum of American Art. Dover, Delaware. [[8]-343, 394, 533-34, 544, 684, 942, 2340]

2003 Cornell 2003, November 8-2004, January 4. Ithaca’s Favorites. Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. [[1] – 1966a]

2004 BRM 2004, June 5-September 16. Gifts to the Collection from Jane Collette Wilcox. Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. [[1] – 1546]

2004 Glenbow 2004, June 10-October 11. The Legacy of Remington and Russell. Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. [[2]-207, 214]

2004 Biggs 2004, July 21-October 10. Frank Schoonover: Inventing Indians. Sewell C. Biggs Museum of American Art, Dover, Delaware. [[14] -345, 346, 574, 706, 992, 1255, 1374, 1391, 1436, 1565, 1713, 1773, 2080, 2173]

2005 Martignette 2005, March 4-April 9. American Illustration from the Collection of Charles Martignette. Selby Gallery, Ringling School of Art and Design, Sarasota, Florida. [[1] – 239]

2006 Kelly 2006, February 14-May 21. Stories to Tell: Masterworks from the Kelly Collection of American Illustration. Dahesh Museum of Art, New York. [[1] – 376]

2006 HSD 2006, March 16-May 13. The Schoonover Studios: A Place in Our History. The Historical Society of Delaware. Delaware History Museum, Wilmington, Delaware. [[8] – 441, 1031, 1534, 2154, 2168, 2340, 2452]

2006 Cornell 2006, April 1-June 11. The Novel Picture: Interactions Between Text and Image. Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. [[1] – 1969]

2006 Federal Reserve 2006, October 10-2007, March 30. Howard Pyle and Illustrators of the Brandywine School: From the Collection of the Free Library. Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Washington, District of Columbia. [[1] – 1833]

2007 BRM 2007, January 20-March 11. Helping Hands: Museum Volunteers Fund Acquisitions. Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. [[2] – 47, 759]

2007 Wildlife 2007, February 3-2008, January 1. Treasures from the Vault. National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson Hole, Wyoming. [[1] – 1434]

2007 UD 2007, April 20-July 20. In Tradition: Works by Brandywine Artists. University Museums, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware. [[8] – 447, 458a, 567, 1106, 1198, 2250, 2251, 2276a]

2007 Whaling Museum 2007, September 17-2008, September 3. “Pirates!” The Whaling Museum, Cold Spring Harbor, New York, New York. [[1] – 722]

2007 Biggs 2007, November 7-2008, February 25. Greetings From Delaware and Other Artist Communities: The Jann Haynes Gilmore and B. Joyce Puckett Collection of Artist Greeting Cards. Sewell C. Biggs Museum of American Art, Dover, Delaware. [[1] – cc49]

2008 DAM 2008, May 10-June 20. This Is War! Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware. [[3] – 842, 843, 902]

 

2009 DAM     2008, November 22-February 1, 2009.  Frank E. Schoonover: An Artist for All Seasons.  [[27] – sw80, 1, 80, 149, 186, 318, 342a, 343, 405, 727, 803, 1017, 1031, 1094, 1107, 1121, 1264, 1316, 1553, 1565, 1926, 2147, 2168, 2322, 2361, 2392, 2501]

 

2010 MU        2010, November 12-December 18.  Frank E. Schoonover: Portraits of the Brandywine and Upper Delaware River Valleys.  Pauly Friedman Art Gallery, Misericordia University, Dallas, Pennsylvania.  [[27] – sw54, sw75, 430, 646L, 647L, 1312cdl, 1964, 2071, 2071a, 2084, 2147, 2249, 2298, 2303, 2349, 2377, 2381, 2382, 2402, 2433, 2452, 2458, 2473, 2474, 2492, 2499, 2506]

 

2012 DAM     2012, June 23-September 16.  100 Works for 100 Years.  Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware. [[3] – 249, 1282, 1545a]

 

2012 Allentown          2012, June 3-September 9.  At the Edge: The Art of the Fantastic.  Allentown Museum of Art, Allentown, Pennsylvania.  [(2] – 803, 1017]

 

2013 Lafayette           2013, February 11-June 9. From Cover to Cover: The Book & Magazine Illustration of Frank E. Schoonover. Simon Room, Skillman Library, Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania. [[9] – 39, 105, 140, 400, 401, 885, 1042, 1042s, C Schoonovers]

Other Exhibitions

1922, Art Association of Newport. Newport, Rhode Island.

1935, Arts Club. [[3] – Canadian River Pastel, 210, Indian Mother wash]

1949, Exhibition. Hotel du Pont, Wilmington, Delaware. [[1]]

1961, 1st Regional Art Exhibition. [(not known) – 1198]

1969, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia. [(not known) – 1384cdr]

1991, January 15-March 8. Best of the Brandywine. [(not known) – 774]

 

____, January 4-26. Paintings by Frank Schoonover. Art Gallery, Memorial Library, University of Delaware. Newark, Delaware.

____, December 7-17. Exhibition and Sale of the Allied Arts Fund of the Emergency Aid. The Art Club of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

____, Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland. [(not known) – 614, 1195]

 

____, Under Auspices Of The Artists’ Club In Conjunction With The American Federation Of Arts. Denver Public Library, Denver, Colorado.