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Henri Matisse (1869—1954) French painter and sculptor

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SERVAN-SCHREIBER, Jean-Jacques (1924 - 2006), engineer, author, politician; Professor of Strategic Thinking and Chairman, International Committee, Carnegie-Mellon University, 1985

BURNS, William Joseph (born 1956), President, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, since 2015; Deputy Secretary of State, United States Department of State, 2011–14

HUGHES, Thomas Lowe (born 1925), Trustee, since 1971, and President Emeritus, since 1991, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington (President, 1971–91)

SAUTER, George (1866 - 1937), painter; Commander of the Order of Francis Joseph, Austria; Knight of the Order of St Michael, 4th Class, Bavaria; Knight of the Order of the Zähringer Lœwe, Baden; Freedom of the Friedrich Schiller University, Jena; Senator of the Deutsche Akademie; Member of Council of the International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers, London; Corresponding Member of the Secession of Vienna and the Société Royale des Beaux Arts, Brussels, etc.; holder of various gold medals from international exhibitions; Silver Medal and Thousand Dollar Prize of the Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh

CHISHOLM, Samuel (1836 - 1923), Lord Provost of Glasgow; Lord Lieutenant of the County of the City of Glasgow; Chairman of the Clyde Navigation Trustees; Member of the Carnegie Education Trust, 1899–1902; Chairman of the Executive Council of the Glasgow International Exhibition 1901; Chairman of Housing Commission; Hon. President of Glasgow Foundry Boys Religious Society; Chairman of Glasgow and West of Scotland College of Domestic Science

THAYER, William Sydney (died 1932), Professor Emeritus of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University; Visiting Physician Johns Hopkins Hospital; Member Board of Overseers, Harvard University; Fellow American Academy Arts and Sciences; Member American Philosophical Society; Member Board of Trustees of the Carnegie Institution of Washington; Brig.-General Aux., USA; Member Washington Academy of Sciences; Hon. Member Royal Society of Medicine, Association of Physicians of Great Britain and Ireland; Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene; membre associé étranger de l’Académie de Méd., Paris; Hon. Membre corresp. Soc. d. hôpitaux, Paris; Hon. Member Therapeutical Society of Moscow, Royal Society of Medicine of Budapest, International Society of Medical Hydrology, NY Academy of Medicine, Harvey Society of NY; Corresponding Member Société de hôp. de Lyon; Gesellschaft für innere Med. u. Heilkunde, Vienna; Soc. Royale des Sc. Méd. et nat. de Bruxelles; Membre Assocn de médecins de langue Française, etc

 

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A large exhibition of contemporary art held at the Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, at regular intervals since 1896. The institute had been founded the previous year by the Scottish-born industrialist and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie (1835–1919), who intended that its permanent collection should grow out of wide-ranging exhibitions of contemporary art: ‘The field for which the gallery is designed begins this year.’ The Carnegie Internationals were originally held annually and later triennially. The prizes awarded at the exhibition carry great prestige. Among the artists who have won them are Matisse (1927), Braque (1937), Calder (1958), Giacometti (1961), and Miró (1967). Many important works have entered the Carnegie Museum of Art's permanent collection by way of the exhibition.

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