California Midwinter International Exposition of 1894



Y/M/D Description Place
1894/00/00 The art Museum is built as the Fine Arts Building for the Midwinter Expo. Designed in a Egyptian style, the building will later become a free, ublic museum, with the art from the Expo donated by the artists. The Sphinxes by Arthur Putnam remain in front. de Young Museum, San Francisco
1894/01/27 California Midwinter International Exposition opens in Golden Gate Park. The Grand Court, now the Music Concourse area retains sculptures from the expo: "Apple Cider Press" by Thomas Shields Clarke, a Vase by Gustave Dore and "Leonidas" by George Geefs. Golden Gate Park,
1894/04/00 "The Young Spinner of Zeven" a painting by Eric Pape is awarded a medal at the California Midwinter International Exposition. de Young Museum, San Francisco
1894/07/05 California Midwinter International Exposition closes. Most of the exhibits and buildings are removed. George Turner Marsh's Japanese Village and Tea Garden in now the Japanese Tea Garden. Golden Gate Park,

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Area of Significance: World's Expositions

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