Minnie Neebe

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  • Minnie
  • D
  • Harms
  • nee Wilhelmine Charlotte Harms
  • Neebe
  • Louis Alexander Neebe (born Philadelphia 1873; artist – newspaper lithography, cartoons
  • n/a
  • December 25, 1873
  • Chicago, Illinois
  • May 26, 1936
  • Chicago, Illinois
  • 23 Clybourne, Chicago, Illinois??

    1914, 1917: 1316 Clybourne Ave., Chicago, Illinois
  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Muralist, Painter-Oil
  • circa 1904: J. Francis Smith Art Academy, Chicago, Illinois; student of Walter Ufer
    1905-1906, 1908 evenings: School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; Student of Charles F. Brown, Frederick Fursman, Wellington Reyolds
    1910 evenings: Chicago Academy of Fine Arts, Chicago, Illinois
    1913: School of the Art Institute of Chicago
    191501916: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; studied ceramics
    Student of Louis Neebe
    student of Lorser Feitelson
    1916: Cape Cod School of Art, Provincetown, Massachusetts; Student of Charles Hawthorne
    1916: Provincetown, Massachusetts; student of George Senseney and Ambrose Webster
    1916 Sundays: Chicago Academy of Fine Arts, Chicago, Illinois
    1926 Saturdays: Chicago Academy of Fine Arts, Chicago, Illinois
    Fine Arts Academy of Provincetown, Massachusetts (Frederick Frary Fursman’s school)
  • summers in Saugatuck, Michigan and at Cape Cod School of Art in Provincetown, Massachusetts

    Middle East

    Far East

    Pacific Coast

    Mexico
  • Array
  • February 3-March 1, 1914: Eighteenth Annual Exhibition of Works by Artists of Chicago and Vicinity, the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois: Pokagon

    February 8-March 5, 1916: Twentieth Annual Exhibition of Works by Artists of Chicago and Vicinity, the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois The Ghetto

    February 1-March 4, 1917: Annual Exhibition of Works by Chicago and Vicinity Artists, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; Chesco’s; Flowers

    1917, 1918, 1924: The Society of Independent Artists

    February 14-March 17, 1918: Twenty-Second Annual Exhibition of Works by Artists of Chicago and Vicinity, the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois: Sunshine

    1918: Annual Exhibition of Watercolors, Pastels and Miniatures, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

    February 13-March 30, 1919: Twenty-Third Annual Exhibition of Works by Artists of Chicago and Vicinity, the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois: Bend of the River; Sunflowers

    November 6-December 10, 1919: Thirty-Second Annual Exhibition of American Oil Paintings and Sculpture, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois: Tea Time

    January 29-March 3, 1920: Twenty-Fourth Annual Exhibition of Works by Artists of Chicago and Vicinity, the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois: The Open Country; Wild Flowers; Autumn

    1920: Exhibition by Chicago Artists,  Memphis Brooks Museum, Memphis, Tennessee

    1920, 1921, 1926, 1928, 1929, 1935: Chicago Society of Artists, Chicago, Illinois

    1921: Archibal Harris & Co., Accountants, Chicago, Illinois

    January 25-February 28, 1921: Twenty-Fifth Annual Exhibition of Works by Artists of Chicago and Vicinity, the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois: Fall Symphony; The Old Mill; Queen Anne’s Lace

    January 26-February 28, 1922: Twenty-Sixth Annual Exhibition of Works by Artists of Chicago and Vicinity, the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois: The Red Tree; Wisconsin Fields

    1922-?: Chicago No-Jury Society of Artists, Chicago, Illinois

    February 1- March 11, 1923: Twenty-Seventh Annual Exhibition of Works by Artists of Chicago and Vicinity, the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois: Villa Schrauth’s; First Snow; My Studio; The Ravine

    circa 1920s: Neo-Arlimuse Society, Chicago, Illinois

    1925: Woman’s World’s Fair

    1925: Chicago Woman’s Aid Society, Chicago, Illinois

    1926: Chicago Galleries Association, Chicago, Illinois [solo]

    1926: West End Woman’s Club, Chicago, Illinois

    1926, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930: Chicago Galleries Association, Chicago, Illinois

    February 3-March 8, 1927: Thirty-First Annual Exhibition of Works by Artists of Chicago and Vicinity, the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois: Provincetown Boats

    1928: Inaugural Exhibit, Illinois State Museum, Springfield, Illinois

    1928: Frederick Spiegel Gallery, Orlando, Florida

    1928, 1929, 1930: Oak Park Art League, Oak Park, Illinois

    1929: Artists of Chicago & Vicinity, Illinois Club

    1929: Beidler Gallery, Illinois Women’s Athletic Club,

    1930: Annual Exhibition of Oil Paintings & Sculpture by American Artists, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

    1930: Karcher Hotel, Waukegan, Illinois

    1930: Midland Club, Chicago, Illinois

    1931: Ninety and Nine Association

    1932: Portraits of Chicago Artists by Chicago Artists, Increase Robinson Studio Gallery, Chicago, Illinois

    1932: Little Gallery, Chicago, Illinois

    January 28-March 20, 1932:  Annual Exhibition of Works by Chicago and Vicinity Artists, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois: Santa Monica; Sunflowers

    1932: Annual Exhibition of Watercolors, Pastels and Miniatures, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

    1933: Visitors Tourist Bureau, Progressive Chicago Artists, Chicago, Illinois

    1936: Memorial Exhibition, with Chicago No-Jury Society of Artists annual exhibition, Chicago, Illinois [solo]

    1993-1994: New Woman in Chicago, 1910-45: Paintings from Illinois Collections, Rockford College, Rockford, Illinois and Illinois State Museum,

    Chicago Society of Artists Exhibition, Chicago, Illinois

    Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • Chicago City Commission for the Encouragement of Local Art

    Chicago Public Schools
  • Bulliet, C.J. “Artists of Chicago, Past and Present: No. 9 Minnie Harms Neebe,” Chicago Daily News, April 20, 1935
  • Art Institute of Chicago Alumni Association,

    Chicago No-Jury Society of Artists, Chicago, Illinois

    Chicago Society of Artists, Chicago, Illinois

    Illinois Academy of Fine Arts

    San Diego Art Association
  • Art teacher

    lecturer
  • biography on Modernism in the New City website

    page on Illinois Historical Art Project website

    page on Richard Norton Gallery website

    page on Meart0 website
  • friend of Carl Sandburg, George Bellows, Leon Kroll