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The written works of William Edward Bloomfield Starkweather (1879-1969)
The Mentor
October, 1924

The Mentor, Volume 7, No. 10, July 1, 1919, Spanish Painting.
The Mentor, Volume 9, No. 11, Dec., 1921, Mother and Child.
The Mentor, Volume 10, No. 12, Jan. 1923, Leonardo Da Vinci.
The Mentor, Volume 12, No. 3, April 1924, Alma-Tadema.
The Mentor, Volume 12, No. 6, July 1924, Sorolla.
The Mentor, Volume 12, No. 9, Oct. 1924, John Singer Sargent.
The Mentor, Volume 12, No. 12, Jan. 1925, Anthony Van Dyck.
The Mentor, Volume 13, No. 3, April 1925, Italian Lakes. 
The Mentor, Volume 13, No. 6, July 1925, Winslow Homer.
The Mentor, Volume 14, No. 1, Feb. 1926, Archer Huntington.
The Mentor, Volume 14, No. 4, May, 1926, Swiss Lakes.

(Original copies of all of the above mentioned The Mentor Magazine are available for purchase from this web site.)

The Hickory Musem of Art in North Carolina exhibited these magazines along with a collection of 80 books from March through June 2013. The title of the exhibition was "Hidden Treasures" and the secret to the treasures is unlocked in the exhibition and catalog.

A photocopy of each article written by William Starkweather from The Mentor Magazines can be purchased for every issue mentioned above.
Starkweather in Siena, Italy
The Mentor, May 1926

"Joaquin Sorolla, The Man and his work", N.Y.; The Hispanic Society of America, 1909, Vol. 2.

"Paintings and Drawings by Francisco Goya", collection of The Hispanic Society of America, N.Y., 1916

"The Altman Porcelains", Metropolitan Museum

Photo of Starkweather with the Sorolla's
The Mentor Magazine, July 1924

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