Image ID
ICHi-062439
Headline
Caricature of George Ade and Orson Collins Wells
Date Created
1912
Creator
Schmedtgen, William Herman, 1862-1936
Creator Role
artist
Artwork/Object Depicted
caricatures; paintings (visual works)
Copyright Notice
No known copyright restrictions
Credit Line
Chicago History Museum, ICHi-62439
Inventory Number
1930.26
Storage Location
P&S
Acquisition Source
Gift of Mr. Charles H. Hermann
Max Pixels - Height
6788
Max Pixels - Width
4022
KEYWORDS
1930.26
20%
Ade, George, 1866-1944
caricatures
Chapin & Gore (Chicago, Ill.)
color
Orson Collins Wells
P&S
paintings (visual works)
United States
Wells, Orson Colline, 1859-1940
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caricature of george ade and orson collins wells

Caricature painting of George Ade and Orson Collins Wells. Painted by William Herman Schmedtgen, oil on canvas, 1912. The painting originally hung in Chapin and Gore's Saloon and Restaurant, old Chicago landmark, when it was located at 73-75 (now 20-22) West Monroe Street, Chicago, Illinois. George Ade was an American author. Orson Collins Wells was a stock broker.

Caricature painting of George Ade and Orson Collins Wells. Painted by William Herman Schmedtgen, oil on canvas, 1912. The painting originally hung in Chapin and Gore's Saloon and Restaurant, old Chicago landmark, when it was located at 73-75 (now 20-22) West Monroe Street, Chicago, Illinois. George Ade was an American author. Orson Collins Wells was a stock broker.