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1932  Los Angeles Summer Olympics

1932 Summer Olympics - The Results (Art competitions)

Art competitions at the 1932 Los Angeles Summer Games

 

  

Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Date Started: July 30, 1932
Date Finished: August 14, 1932
Events: 13

Participants: 588 (513 men and 75 women) from 36 countries
Youngest Participant: BEL Ado Baltus (14 years, 72 days)
Oldest Participant: USA Winslow Homer (96 years, 157 days)
Most Medals (Athlete): 25 athletes with 1 medal
Most Medals (Country): USA United States (7 medals)

  

Overview

About three years before the Games, the Organizing Committee (OCOG) began to deal with the art competitions. IOC member [Charles Sherrill] was appointed chairman of a committee that was responsible for these events. The OCOG thought that the competitions should be carried out in the same form in which they were held in 1928 at Amsterdam. Sherrill and Homer Saint-Gaudens, director of the art department of the Carnegie Institute in Pittsburgh, who had led several exhibitions, were asked to determine the costs, which were quoted to the American Federation of Arts. Leila Mechlin, the General Secretary of the American Federation of Arts, was responsible for the American region, while Guillaume Lerolle would be primarily responsible for Europe.

Lerolle informed the European NOCs that he wanted to visit the countries and choose the candidate works of art. Moreover he had also informed the respective governments that the Organizing Committee (OCOG) would pay for the transportation to Los Angeles. He quickly learned, however, that some NOCs wanted to select their own works, in which case, they would have to bear the costs. The NOCs were outraged, and protested to IOC president [Henri, Count de Baillet-Latour] and of course, Lerolle. Lerolle had come to Europe to promote an interest in the art competitions, but this could only be done in cooperation with the NOCs that would be solely responsible for their participation, and the different financial arrangements were considered unfair. Count de Baillet-Latour intervened with Sherrill and clearly pointed out the independence of NOCs in the selection of the art works. Saint-Gaudens visited the NOCs, felt the resistance, and came up with the strange idea to perform two exhibitions, an official one with the works of the NOCs, and a non-official one under the jurisdiction of the OCOG, for which the costs would be covered. This only led to further protests. Count de Baillet-Latour informed Sherrill that it was absurd to organize two exhibitions, with costs covered for only one of them. Lerolle caved in and informed the NOCs that they may select the works and the OCOG would be responsible for the costs and insurance of the works and the implementation of the exhibition.

Early in 1932 Sherrill was appointed ambassador to Turkey. The responsibility and jurisdiction over the art competitions then went to Leila Mechlin. Besides the usual program brochures including the participation rules for the sporting events, another brochure "General regulations for the art contests" was published and sent out to the NOCs. In addition to the usual information about the different categories, the brochure also specified that only works could be issued by living artists. The works had to be produced not earlier than 1 January 1928, and it was not allowed to submit works that had already been seen in Amsterdam. Comparing the names of the 1932 exhibits with those of 1928, doubts arise as to whether all these rules were respected. The art works had to have a thematic connection to sport and had to be accepted by their NOC. By 1 June 1932, the works had to have been received by the OCOG.

Although the participation in the 1932 Olympic Games in Los Angeles was influenced by the world economic crisis and led to fewer teams and athletes, the number of artists or works of art submitted rose significantly. Probably the reason for that was that the costs were covered by the OCOG, with the money later refunded to the NOCs. There were 540 artists from 31 countries who sent 1,100 exhibits to the exhibition, but more than half of them came from the USA, as transport through the Panama Canal was difficult, lengthy, and costly, although the works of art were free of duty in the United States. The total insurance sum was $400,000.

Nine competitions within five art categories were held:

Architecture\: Designs For Town Planning; Architectural Designs

Sculpture\: Statues; Medals and Reliefs

Literature

Painting\: Paintings; Drawings and Water Colors; Graphic Arts

Music.

The exhibition was held from 30 July to 1 October 1932 at the Los Angeles Museum of History, Science and Art. There were 384,000 visitors who entered the exhibition, so that the visiting hours had to be extended. Countries that had sent many works, especially Germany, France, Britain, the Netherlands, Sweden and the USA, were situated in a special gallery. Works by the Canadian artist [Tait McKenzie] were placed in the foyer to see a retrospective of his enormous number of works. The prices of the art works were noted for sale. Everybody wishing to buy one of the works had to put down 10% of the selling price.

For the medal awards an International Jury for the Olympic Competition in Art was responsible, headed by Sherrill, with Leila Mechlin as his closest collaborator. For each of the five arts there was a jury of four to five members, which was not particularly international, as only one non-American per jury was represented.

In addition to gold, silver and bronze medals so-called "honorable recognitions" (Honorable Mention) were awarded. Those winners also received an artist diploma. The medals were handed over to the NOCs during the exhibition.

Art competitions were held as part of the 1932 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, United States. Medals were awarded in five categories (architecture, literature, music, painting, and sculpture), for works inspired by sport-related themes.

Art competitions were part of the Olympic program from 1912 to 1948, but were discontinued due to concerns about amateurism and professionalism. Since 1952, a non-competitive art and cultural festival has been associated with each Games.

  

Architecture

LiteratureMusicPaintingSculpture
Category Gold Silver Bronze
Architectural design  Gustave Saacké, Pierre Montenot, Pierre Bailly (FRA)
Design for a "Cirque pour Toros"
 John Russell Pope (USA)
Design for the Payne Whitney Gymnasium, New Haven, Conn.
 Richard Konwiarz (GER)
Design for a "Schlesierkampfbahn" in the Sport Park of Breslau
Town planning  John Hughes (GBR)
Design for a Sports and Recreation Centre with Stadium, for the City of Liverpool
 Jens Klemmensen (DEN)
Design for a Stadium and Public Park
 André Verbeke (BEL)
Design for a "Marathon Park"
Category Gold Silver Bronze
Literature  Paul Bauer (GER)
"Am Kangehenzonga"
 Josef Petersen (DEN)
"The Argonauts"
none awarded
Category Gold Silver Bronze
Music none awarded  Josef Suk (TCH)
"Into a New Life" symphonic march
none awarded
Category Gold Silver Bronze
Paintings  David Wallin (SWE)
"At the Seaside of Arild"
 Ruth Miller (USA)
"Struggle"
none awarded
Watercolors and drawings  Lee Blair (USA)
"Rodeo"
 Percy Crosby (USA)
"Jackknife"
 Gerhard Westermann (NED)
"Horseman"
Prints  Joseph Golinkin (USA)
"Leg Scissors"
 Janina Konarska (POL)
"Narciarze" ("Skier")
 Joachim Karsch (GER)
"Stabwechsel"
Category Gold Silver Bronze
Statues  Mahonri Young (USA)
"The Knockdown"
 Miltiades Manno (HUN)
"Wrestling"
 Jakub Obrovský (TCH)
"Odysseus"
Medals and reliefs  Józef Klukowski (POL)
"Sport Sculpture II"
 Frederick MacMonnies (USA)
"Lingbergh Medal"
 R. Tait McKenzie (CAN)
"Shield of the Athletes"
  

Medal table

At the time, medals were awarded to these artists, but art competitions are no longer regarded as official Olympic events by the International Olympic Committee. These events do not appear in the IOC medal database, and these totals are not included in the IOC's medal table for the 1932 Games.

 
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States (USA) 3 4 0 7
2  Poland (POL) 1 1 0 2
3  Germany (GER) 1 0 2 3
4  France (FRA) 1 0 0 1
 Great Britain (GBR) 1 0 0 1
 Sweden (SWE) 1 0 0 1
7  Denmark (DEN) 0 2 0 2
8  Czechoslovakia (TCH) 0 1 1 2
9  Hungary (HUN) 0 1 0 1
10  Belgium (BEL) 0 0 1 1
 Canada (CAN) 0 0 1 1
 Netherlands (NED) 0 0 1 1
Totals (12 nations) 8 9 6 23
 

Mixed Architecture, Designs For Town Planning

 Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Los Angeles Museum of History, Science and Art, Los Angeles, California
Date Started: July 30, 1932
Date Finished: August 14, 1932

Summary

There were 45 participants from 14 countries who took part in architecture with 56 exhibits. The architects were offered a wide range of possibilities. There were drawings, watercolors, perspective drawings, sketches and photographs of construction projects to be submitted, … whose ultimate purpose is related to the training exercises of sport, such as stadiums, sports grounds, playgrounds, covered lanes, club buildings, boat houses, gymnasiums, bathhouses etc., and meet high artistic standards.

The jury for architecture consisted of the following\: Arthur Brown, Jr. (1874-1957), San Francisco; Myron Hunt (1868-1952), Palos Verdes Estates; Warren Powers Laird (1861-1948), Philadelphia, Frederick Heinrich Wilhelm Meyer (1872-1961), San Francisco; and Gottlieb Eliel Saarinen (1873-1950), FIN / Detroit; all more or less known architects in the U.S.

British architect [John Hughes] won the gold medal for Designs for a Sports and Recreation Center with Stadium for Liverpool. Although his design was not realized, he designed St. Andrew's Gardens, an Art Deco inspired building, which has become a dormitory for the University of Liverpool. Among others, he worked together with the famous Liverpool architect Sir Lancelot Keay (1883-1974).

The silver medalist was Danish architect [Jens Houmøller Klemmensen] with his Design for a Stadium and Public Park, an art work which consisted of ink drawings on large wood panels. It represented an Olympic Stadium located near a bay, surrounded by many other sports facilities and a huge area for parking.

Design for a Marathon Park, which won the bronze medal, was the work of Belgian architect [André Verbeke]. Nothing is known about this work and his life.

Final Standings

 
Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal Title  
1 John Hughes 29 Great Britain GBR Gold Designs for a Sports and Recreation Center with Stadium for Liverpool  
2 Jens Houmøller Klemmensen 30 Denmark DEN Silver Design for a Stadium and Public Park  
3 André Verbeke 24 Belgium BEL Bronze Design for a Marathon Park  
HM Shirley Baker 37 United States USA      
HM John Branner 45 United States USA      
HM Dan Ormsbee 48 United States USA      
HM Alois Dryák 60 Czechoslovakia TCH   Design for the State Stadium of Strahov  
HM Hermann Alker 47 Germany GER   Design for the Karlsruhe High School Stadium  
HM Martin Westerberg 40 Sweden SWE   Design for a Community House in Stockholm  
HM Louis Stynen 25 Belgium BEL   Design for a Sporting Centre  

Mixed Architecture, Architectural Designs

Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Los Angeles Museum of History, Science and Art, Los Angeles, California
Date Started: July 30, 1932
Date Finished: August 14, 1932

Summary

There were 45 participants from 14 countries who took part in architecture with 56 exhibits. The architects were offered a wide range of possibilities. There were drawings, watercolors, perspective drawings, sketches and photographs of construction projects to be submitted, … whose ultimate purpose is related to the training exercises of sport, such as stadiums, sports grounds, playgrounds, covered lanes, club buildings, boat houses, gymnasiums, bathhouses etc., and meet high artistic standards.

The jury for architecture consisted of the persons Arthur Brown, Jr. (1874-1957), San Francisco; Myron Hunt (1868-1952), Palos Verdes Estates; Warren Powers Laird (1861-1948), Philadelphia, Frederick Heinrich Wilhelm Meyer (1872-1961), San Francisco and Gottlieb Eliel Saarinen (1873-1950), FIN / Detroit; all more or less known architects in the U.S.

It was quite amazing that the jury gave the gold medal to the community work of the three Parisian architects [Gustave Saacké], [Pierre Bailly] and [Pierre Montenot] with their plan Design for a Circus for Toros, a bullring with many entry and exit paths, when one considers that a bullring has no significant connection to the Olympics Games.

American architect [John Russell Pope] earned the silver medal with Design for the Payne Whitney Gymnasium in New Haven. Pope had submitted 31 drawings and photographs of the school, which had already been built.

The bronze medal went to [Richard Konwiarz] for his Plan of Silesian Race Course. In 1932 he competed with the same work as 1928, again with photos of Wrocław Stadium, this time with more success. The Silesian-battle track, which is located in a large park on the outskirts of the city and has many sports facilities, later became the “Stadium Olimpijski we Wrocławiu,” although Wrocław has never tried to host the Olympic Games. After World War II Polish football matches and European matches involving Slask Wrocław were held in this stadium, but by 2014 only speedway racing is held there.

Final Standings

 
Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal Title  
1 Gustave Saacké 47 France FRA Gold    
1 Pierre Bailly 43 France FRA Gold    
1 Pierre Montenot 47 France FRA Gold    
2 John Russell Pope 58 United States USA Silver Design for the Payne Whitney Gymnasium in New Haven  
3 Richard Konwiarz 49 Germany GER Bronze Plan of Silesian Race Course  

Mixed Architecture, Unknown Event

Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Los Angeles Museum of History, Science and Art, Los Angeles, California
Date Started: July 30, 1932
Date Finished: August 14, 1932

Summary

For most of the architecture competitors, it is unknown whether they competed in the Designs For Town Planning event, or the Architectural Designs competition.

Final Standings

 
Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal Title  
AC Robert Andrews 75 United States USA      
AC Maurice Biscoe   United States USA      
AC Howland Jones 64 United States USA      
AC John Whitmore 38 United States USA      
AC Deryck   Belgium BEL   Stadium  
AC William Frenaye   United States USA      
AC Edwin Howard 36 United States USA      
AC Holabird & Roche   United States USA      
AC John Root 45 United States USA      
AC Alfred Poor 33 United States USA      
AC Robert Rodgers 37 United States USA      
AC Alfréd Hajós 54 Hungary HUN   17 Exhibits of the Swimming Pool on the St. Margaret Island  
AC Alfred Keller 57 Austria AUT   Schwimmbad Semmering  
AC Berton Crandall 49 United States USA   Stanford Stadium  
AC Charles Klauder 60 United States USA   University of Pennsylvania  
AC Donald Parkinson 36 United States USA      
AC John Parkinson 70 United States USA      
AC Edgar Norwerth 48 Poland POL   Sport Building  
AC Ernst Balser 38 Germany GER   Stadion zu Frankfurt a/M  
AC Ernst Balser 38 Germany GER      
AC Max Bromme 53 Germany GER      
AC Ernst Gerlach   Germany GER      
AC Wilhelm Hübotter 37 Germany GER      
AC Frans Laporta 25 Belgium BEL   Airport  
AC Fritz De Boever   Belgium BEL   Swim Palace  
AC Gavin Hadden 44 United States USA   Plan for Baker Field, Columbia University  
AC Gavin Hadden 44 United States USA   Athletics - Oympiad 1928 - 1932  
AC Gavin Hadden 44 United States USA   Athletics - Oympiad 1924 - 1928  
AC Gavin Hadden 44 United States USA   Triarc Landing Field  
AC Gustaf Birch-Lindgren 39 Sweden SWE   Ski-Jumping Tower at Fiskartorpet, Stockholm  
AC Gustaf Birch-Lindgren 39 Sweden SWE   Sporting Cottage at Åre for Capt. C. Florman  
AC Gustaf Birch-Lindgren 39 Sweden SWE   Type Drawings of Sporting Cottages at Storlien  
AC Gustaf Birch-Lindgren 39 Sweden SWE   Touring Hotels: Hogsjallsgarden, Storlien, Ramstugan, Delacarlia  
AC Hermann Tamussino 33 Austria AUT   Badeanlage Mödling  
AC Hermann Tamussino 33 Austria AUT   Wettbewerb für das Stadtbad Wiener-Neustadt  
AC Howard Smith 46 United States USA   Physical Education Building, Ohio State University  
AC Hugo Gorge 49 Austria AUT   Wettbewerb für das Stadtbad Wiener-Neustadt  
AC Ivo Battelli 28 Italy ITA   Plan for a Swimming Pool in Rome  
AC Jan Wils 41 Netherlands NED   Sportbuilding Hygiea  
AC Ferdinand Balcárek 27 Czechoslovakia TCH      
AC Karel Kopp 28 Czechoslovakia TCH      
AC Kenji Ishihara 37 Japan JPN   The International Cultural City  
AC Masaichi Kobayashi   Japan JPN   A Swimming Pool  
AC Masaichi Kobayashi   Japan JPN   A Baseball Ground  
AC Niels Rohweder 26 Denmark DEN   Swimming Hall (8 drawings)  
AC Otto Ernst Schweizer 42 Germany GER   Stadion Wien  
AC Pál Vágó   Hungary HUN   Olympic Stadion in Budapest  
AC R. Van Dorpe   Belgium BEL   Etablissement de Bains  
AC Richard Neutra 40 United States USA   Model - Air Transfer, Rush City  
AC Richard Pfob   Austria AUT   New Olympic (Project for an Olympic City on the Isle of Wight)  
AC Szabolcs Horváth   Hungary HUN   Plan for a Modern Stadion  
AC Walter Gropius 49 Germany GER   Projekt für Sportplatzanlage in Halle/Saale  
AC Jens Larson 40 United States USA   Dartmouth College Athletic Development  
AC Gustave Saacké 47 France FRA      
AC Pierre Bailly 43 France FRA      
AC Pierre Montenot 47 France FRA      
AC Gustave Saacké 47 France FRA      
AC Pierre Bailly 43 France FRA      
AC Pierre Montenot 47 France FRA    

Mixed Literature

Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Los Angeles Museum of History, Science and Art, Los Angeles, California
Date Started: July 30, 1932
Date Finished: August 14, 1932

Summary

This time in 1932 there was only one category in the literature competition, although in the brochure three groups were mentioned. An artist could apply with … lyrical and descriptive works (e.g., song, ode, hymn, cantata, lyrical prose, essay, etc.), dramatic works (e.g., tragedy, drama, comedy, farce, libretto, Freilichtspiele , dialogue, scenario, etc.) and finally, epic works (e.g., novels, short stories, epic tales, etc), although the topic had to be on sports. The works were limited to no more than 20,000 words, and editors could not submit any works.

The jury included eminent writers such as William Lyon Phelps, Thornton Savage, Hugh Walpole and André Maurois. The catalogue only indicated that 18 artists participated with 18 exhibits from eight countries, and does not mention the title of the writings submitted, because the submissions arrived so late in Los Angeles that they could no longer be included in the catalog. The jury also came together very late. It cannot be determined when the prizes were distributed.

An Honorable Mention went to [Avery Brundage], and it can be assumed that the jury wished to reward the President of the US Amateur Athletic Union (AAU), and future IOC President. Brundage was a lifelong advocate of pure amateurism, which he described in his essay The Significance of Amateur Sport.

The gold medal was awarded to German adventurer and author [Paul Bauer] for The Struggle with the Himalaya. The Munich-based Bauer executed an expedition to Kangchenjunga in 1929, and climbed partway up the third-highest mountain on Earth, at 8,586 meters. The expedition reached 7,300 meters, followed in 1931 by a second expedition in which they reached the Ostsporn (7,756 meters). One mountaineer and one sherpa were seriously injured and died, while two other climbers died from diseases. Bauer had submitted eight chapters of the manuscript for his planned book titled On Kangchenjunga.

The silver medal went to Danish writer [Josef Petersen] for The Argonauts. Petersen wrote mostly about ancient and medieval motifs and was well-known for his knowledge of ancient cultures. He won all his Olympic art medals (1924, 1932 and 1948) with works on ancient Greek sports motifs. The example of his work submitted in Los Angeles was the Argonauts Saga, which appeared in book form in 1932. No bronze medal was awarded.

Final Standings

 
Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal Title  
1 Paul Bauer 35 Germany GER Gold The Struggle with the Himalaya  
2 Josef Petersen 50 Denmark DEN Silver The Argonauts  
HM Avery Brundage 44 United States USA   The Significance of Amateur Sport  
AC Marinus Børup 41 Denmark DEN      
AC Anders Holm 53 Denmark DEN      
AC Alfred Meyer 49 Germany GER      
AC August Hermann Zeiz 38 Germany GER      
AC Jan Feith 58 Netherlands NED      
AC Jan Kan 59 Netherlands NED      
AC György Doros   Hungary HUN      
AC Miklós Hodászy 41 Hungary HUN      
AC József Kucharik 46 Hungary HUN      
AC Ottó Misángyi 37 Hungary HUN      
AC Emil Neidenbach 48 Hungary HUN      
AC Bruno Roghi 38 Italy ITA      
AC Anders Lundin   Sweden SWE      
AC Miroslav Bedřich Böhnel 46 Czechoslovakia TCH      
AC Jack Sterrett   United States USA    

Mixed Music

Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Los Angeles Museum of History, Science and Art, Los Angeles, California
Date Started: July 30, 1932
Date Finished: August 14, 1932

Summary

The brochure described the music entries as follows\: Compositions for singing for one or more persons, with or without piano or orchestral accompaniment, composed for an instrument with or without accompaniment and instrumental chamber music; Compositions for Orchestra (Symphony, harmonium or fanfare band). The performance was not allowed to take more than one hour, and there needed to be a connection to sport. A total of 39 artists participated with as many works from 14 countries.

The jury consisted of\: Ernest Schelling (1878-1939), composer; Rubin Goldmark (1872-1936), pianist and composer; Zygmunt “Sigismund” Denis Antoni Jordan de Stojowski (1870-1946), Polish pianist and composer, since 1905 living in the U.S., all from New York City; Carl Engel (1883-1944), New York, a French-born American pianist and musicologist; and Antanas Jurgelionis (1894-1976), a Lithuanian doctor and sports official, who headed the Lithuanian delegation in Amsterdam 1928.

The gold and the bronze medals were not awarded. The silver medal went to Czech composer [Josef Šuk] and his March Into a New Life. He was the grandfather of the violinist Josef Šuk (1929-2011) and the son of the famous composer Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904).

Final Standings

 
Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal Title  
2 Josef Suk 58 Czechoslovakia TCH Silver March "Into a New Life"  
AC Emirto de Lima 42 Colombia COL      
AC Abelardo Cuevas   Cuba CUB      
AC Lenva   Cuba CUB      
AC Rogelio Pazquez   Cuba CUB      
AC Hakon Børresen 56 Denmark DEN      
AC Felix Labunski 39 France FRA      
AC Rudolf Bode 51 Germany GER      
AC Wilhelm Guttmann 46 Germany GER      
AC Hermann Heiß 34 Germany GER      
AC Alphonse Henriquez   Haiti HAI      
AC Walther Boer 40 Netherlands NED      
AC Ernests Elks-ElksnÄ«tis 54 Latvia LAT      
AC Marc-César Scotto   Monaco MON      
AC Johs Elvestad 33 Norway NOR      
AC Michał Kondracki 29 Poland POL      
AC Józef Krudowski 51 Poland POL      
AC Armando Mencía 29 Switzerland SUI      
AC Johanna Beyer 44 United States USA      
AC Georges Couvreur 38 United States USA      
AC Giovanni Del Colle   United States USA      
AC Lorraine Eckardt 17 United States USA      
AC Charles Edson   United States USA      
AC Charles Fletcher   United States USA      
AC Mabel Fossler   United States USA      
AC J. B. Gaskell 55 United States USA      
AC Gerardo Iasilli 51 United States USA      
AC Nana King   United States USA      
AC Jessica Lewis   United States USA      
AC Marjorie Lewis   United States USA      
AC Pearl Conklin 53 United States USA      
AC Merecki   United States USA      
AC Floyd Morgenstern   United States USA      
AC Grace Nelson   United States USA      
AC Fred Pacheco   United States USA      
AC Achille Porcasi 68 United States USA      
AC Charles Ridgway 54 United States USA      
AC Hugo Scherzer 43 United States USA      
AC Elise Swanson   United States USA    

Mixed Painting, Drawings And Water Colors

Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Los Angeles Museum of History, Science and Art, Los Angeles, California
Date Started: July 30, 1932
Date Finished: August 14, 1932

Summary

The jury in the painting category consisted of Reginald H. Poland (1893-1975), San Diego; John Christian Johansen (1876-1964), New York; Eugene Francis Savage (1883-1978), New York; David Alfaro Siqueiros (1896-1974), Mexico; and Benjamin Chambers Brown (1865-1942), Pasadena. All were well-known painters, sculptors and museum directors.

The division into three areas, which had been made in 1928 for the first time, was retained. These were supposed to be separated as follows\: … Paintings (in oil on canvas or cardboard); drawings and watercolors on paper or on the appropriate fabric, single or multi-colored; graphical art (engravings, lithographs, posters). Once again a connection with sport was required. A total of 322 artists took part with 665 exhibits from 19 countries.

US artist [Lee Blair] painted Rodeo, which won the gold medal. The silver medal was earned by his colleague [Percy Crosby] for Jackknife, a sports columnist and illustrator for the “New York Globe”. He also entered the arts competitions in 1936. The bronze medal went to Dutch painter [Gerard Westermann] for Horseman, who also participated in 1936.

Four artists received honorable mention for their works. Among them was [Acee Blue Eagle], a well-known Pawnee Indian, who was an artist, educator, dancer, and flute player. It is also not known how the works were evaluated. Some works are referred to as )hors concours) in the Official Report, and there is no further explanation for this category.

Final Standings

 
Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal Title  
1 Lee Blair 20 United States USA Gold Rodeo  
2 Percy Crosby 40 United States USA Silver Jackknife  
3 Gerard Westermann 51 Netherlands NED Bronze Horseman  
HM Marcel Prévost   Belgium BEL   Coureurs  
HM Acee Blue Eagle 24 United States USA   Indian Ball Game  
HM Gösta von Hennigs 66 Sweden SWE   Acrobat Girl  
HM Jean Jacoby 41 Luxembourg LUX   Before the Goal  

Mixed Painting, Graphic Arts

Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Los Angeles Museum of History, Science and Art, Los Angeles, California
Date Started: July 30, 1932
Date Finished: August 14, 1932

Summary

The jury in the painting category consisted of the following\: Reginald H. Poland (1893-1975), San Diego; John Christian Johansen (1876-1964), New York; Eugene Francis Savage (1883-1978), New York; David Alfaro Siqueiros (1896-1974), Mexico; and Benjamin Chambers Brown (1865-1942), Pasadena. All were well-known painters, sculptors and museum directors.

The division into three areas, which had been made in 1928 for the first time, was retained. These were supposed to be separated as follows\: … Paintings (in oil on canvas or cardboard); drawings and watercolors on paper or on the appropriate fabric, single or multi-colored; graphical art (engravings, lithographs, posters). Once again a connection with sport was required. A total of 322 artists took part with 665 exhibits from 19 countries.

US gold medalist [Joseph Webster Golinkin] published his graphic work Leg Scissors, a wrestling scene 1932 in the )Los Angeles Times) under the title Games Foster Competition in Genius. In 1936 he participated with two works on the art competitions in Berlin. Polish Silver medalist [Janina Konarska-Słonimska] ( Stadium ) was a graphic artist and sculptor. German artist [Joachim Karsch] won the bronze medal with Stabwechsel (Changeover). After the Russian Army had occupied his residence Groß Gandern in February 1945 and destroyed his works, he avoided abduction by committing joint suicide with his wife Liesbeth.

Four more artists received Honorable Mentions for their works. Among them was British [Gerald Spencer Pryse] with his work Greyhound Coursing. It is also not known how the works were evaluated. Some works are referred to as )hors concours) in the Official Report, and there is no further explanation for this category.

Final Standings

 
Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal Title  
1 Joseph Webster Golinkin 35 United States USA Gold Leg Scissors  
2 Janina Konarska-Słonimska 32 Poland POL Silver Stadium  
3 Joachim Karsch 35 Germany GER Bronze Stabwechsel  
HM Armin Hansen 45 United States USA   Over the Top  
HM Haruyoshi Nagae   Japan JPN   A Wrestling Match of the Insects  
HM Gerald Spencer Pryse   Great Britain GBR   Greyhound Coursing  
HM Lewis Daniel 30 United States USA   The Trail  

Mixed Painting, Paintings

Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Los Angeles Museum of History, Science and Art, Los Angeles, California
Date Started: July 30, 1932
Date Finished: August 14, 1932

Summary

The jury in the painting category consisted of the following\: Reginald H. Poland (1893-1975), San Diego; John Christian Johansen (1876-1964), New York; Eugene Francis Savage (1883-1978), New York; David Alfaro Siqueiros (1896-1974), Mexico; and Benjamin Chambers Brown (1865-1942), Pasadena. All were well-known painters, sculptors and museum directors.

The division into three areas, which had been made in 1928 for the first time, was retained. These were supposed to be separated as follows\: … Paintings (in oil on canvas or cardboard); drawings and watercolors on paper or on the appropriate fabric, single or multi-colored; graphical art (engravings, lithographs, posters). Once again a connection with sport was required. A total of 322 artists took part with 665 exhibits from 19 countries.

In this category no bronze medal was awarded. The gold medal was earned by Swedish artist [David Wallin] for At the Seaside of Arild, a painting whose female figure in the center of the painting is reminiscent of Botticelli's Venus. The silver medal was won by US artist [Ruth Miller] for Struggle, a painting showing a realistic representation of a battle between a black and a white freestyle wrestler, a remarkable thing for the era considering that racial discrimination was still legal in the United States.

Five more artists received Honorable Mentions for their works, one of whom was US artist [George Hill] with his work Surf Fishing. He was the husband of graphic artist and painter [Polly Hill]. It is also not known how the works were evaluated. Some works are referred to as )hors concours) in the Official Report, and there is no further explanation for this category.

Final Standings

 
Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal Title  
1 David Wallin 56 Sweden SWE Gold At the Seaside of Arild  
2 Ruth Miller 28 United States USA Silver Struggle  
HM Antonia Matos 27 Guatemala GUA   Course of Pirogues  
HM Charles Pears 58 Great Britain GBR   Shamrock V  
HM George Hill 33 United States USA   Surf Fishing  
HM Michał Bylina 28 Poland POL   Riding  
HM Wacław Borowski 46 Poland POL   The Archer  

Mixed Painting, Unknown Event

Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Los Angeles Museum of History, Science and Art, Los Angeles, California
Date Started: July 30, 1932
Date Finished: August 14, 1932

Summary

For most of the painting competitors, it is unknown in which of the three events they entered. A notable entrant in painting was former tennis player [Helen Wills], who had won two gold medals in 1924.

Final Standings

 
Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal Title  
AC Adrienne Jouclard 49 France FRA   Boxeurs  
AC Adrienne Jouclard 49 France FRA   Rugby Football  
AC Adrienne Jouclard 49 France FRA   Aviron  
AC Adrienne Jouclard 49 France FRA   Hockey  
AC Agnes Canta 43 Netherlands NED   Discobole  
AC Anna Airy 50 Great Britain GBR   The Lucky Tipser  
AC Beata Beach 21 United States USA   Girls' Rules  
AC Charlotte Berend-Corinth 52 Germany GER   The Boxer (Adolf Weigant)  
AC Charlotte Berend-Corinth 52 Germany GER   Boxer  
AC Charlotte Berend-Corinth 52 Germany GER   Im Boxkampf  
AC Edith Magonigle 55 United States USA   A Public Session  
AC Edith Magonigle 55 United States USA   Pair Skating  
AC Felicie Howell 34 United States USA   Start of the Bermuda Race  
AC Felicie Howell 34 United States USA   International Fishermen's Race, Gloucester  
AC Frances J. Kelly   Ireland IRL   Dr. Hayes Dockrell, Swimming and Boxing Champion  
AC Helen Wills 26 United States USA   Cilly Aussem I  
AC Helen Wills 26 United States USA   Self Portrait No. 1  
AC Helen Wills 26 United States USA   Self Portrait No. 2  
AC Helen Wills 26 United States USA   Eileen Bennett  
AC Helen Wills 26 United States USA   William T. Tilden  
AC Helen Wills 26 United States USA   Ellsworth Vines  
AC Helen Wills 26 United States USA   Henri Cochet  
AC Helen Wills 26 United States USA   Cilly Aussem II  
AC Helen Wills 26 United States USA   Senorita Lili de Alvarez  
AC Helen Wills 26 United States USA   Eileen Bennett No. 1  
AC Helen Wills 26 United States USA   Eileen Bennett No. 2  
AC Helen Wills 26 United States USA   Self Portrait  
AC Hélène Dufau 62 France FRA   Nageurs au Cap d'Antibes  
AC Hélène Gérard   Belgium BEL   Throwing the Javelin  
AC Hélène Gérard   Belgium BEL   Tango  
AC Hélène Gérard   Belgium BEL   Golf  
AC Hélène Gérard   Belgium BEL   Tennis  
AC Hélène Gérard   Belgium BEL   Aquaplaning  
AC Hélène Gérard   Belgium BEL   Perch Shooting  
AC Hermine David 46 France FRA   Les Six Jours hors concours
AC Hermine David 46 France FRA   Matche de Boxe hors concours
AC Hilda Roberts   Ireland IRL   Watching the Curragh Races  
AC Hilda Roberts   Ireland IRL   The Little Hurler  
AC Isabel Bishop 30 United States USA   Golf Match  
AC Jadwiga Hładki 28 Poland POL   Canoe  
AC Jadwiga Umińska   Poland POL   Box  
AC Kathryn Leighton 56 United States USA   The Cherokee Athlete  
AC Kathryn Leighton 56 United States USA   A Sure Shot  
AC Laura Knight 54 Great Britain GBR   Between the Rounds  
AC Leonią Nadelman   Poland POL   The Cyclists  
AC Lilian Westcott Hale 50 United States USA   Portrait of Taylor Scott Hardin in Riding Clothes  
AC Louise Nimmo 33 United States USA   Lilian Copeland Throws the Javelin  
AC Margaret Fitzhugh Browne 48 United States USA   Portrait of Bobby Jones  
AC Marja Obrębska   Poland POL   The Alpinist  
AC Marja Obrębska   Poland POL   Bathing  
AC Marjorie Phillips 37 United States USA   Baseball  
AC Mary Wesselhoeft 59 United States USA   Runner, American  
AC Polly Hill 32 United States USA   Skater  
AC Ruth Peabody 39 United States USA   John Jehle, A Ringer  
AC Suzanne Christophe   Belgium BEL   Plage  
AC Sybilla Mittell Weber 40 United States USA   To the Meet  
AC Sybilla Mittell Weber 40 United States USA   Four-in-Hand and Coach  
AC Sybilla Mittell Weber 40 United States USA   At Top Speed  
AC Sybilla Mittell Weber 40 United States USA   Before the Race  
AC Sybilla Mittell Weber 40 United States USA   Speed  
AC Sybilla Mittell Weber 40 United States USA   Polo  
AC Sybilla Mittell Weber 40 United States USA   The Meet  
AC Sybilla Mittell Weber 40 United States USA   A Field Trial Winner  
AC Sybilla Mittell Weber 40 United States USA   Taking the Jump  
AC Verena Ruegg 37 United States USA   Figures I  
AC Verena Ruegg 37 United States USA   Figures II  
AC Verena Ruegg 37 United States USA   The Race  
AC Verena Ruegg 37 United States USA   Athletes  
AC Eleanor Modrakowska   United States USA   Greek Athlete  
AC Eleanor Modrakowska   United States USA   Takiing the Cure  
AC Peter Colfs   Belgium BEL   Golf  
AC Joseph Conrardy   Belgium BEL   Hockey  
AC Dumortier   Belgium BEL   Régates  
AC Wauters   Belgium BEL   Régates  
AC André Dunoyer de Segonzac 48 France FRA   Boxeur, K.O. hors concours
AC André Dunoyer de Segonzac 48 France FRA   Deux Boxeurs Combattant hors concours
AC André Dunoyer de Segonzac 48 France FRA   Corps à Corps hors concours
AC Anton van Anrooy 62 Netherlands NED   Javanese Court Dancer  
AC Alfred Munnings 53 Great Britain GBR   Shooting Party in Fields of Turnips  
AC Archibald Hartrick 67 Great Britain GBR   Football at Fettes School, Scotland  
AC Acke Åslund 50 Sweden SWE   Trotting Horses  
AC Acke Åslund 50 Sweden SWE   Polo Players (print)  
AC Ado Baltus 14 Belgium BEL   Course Automobile piste  
AC Ado Baltus 14 Belgium BEL   Course auto route  
AC Ado Baltus 14 Belgium BEL   Footbaal  
AC Ado Baltus 14 Belgium BEL   Accident Automobile  
AC Albert Matignon 72 France FRA   Mlle. L.S., Championne de natation  
AC Alexander Tiranoff 49 United States USA   Riding  
AC Alfred Poor 33 United States USA   Wrestlers  
AC Andreas Friis 42 Denmark DEN   Riders in the Forest  
AC Andrzej Stypiński 25 Poland POL   Woman Skiing  
AC Anshelm Schultzberg 69 Sweden SWE   Ski Runner  
AC Anshelm Schultzberg 69 Sweden SWE   Blizzard in the Mountain  
AC Anton Räderscheidt 39 Germany GER   Badeanstalt  
AC Antonín Landa 33 Czechoslovakia TCH   Drawings from State Course for rhythmical gymnastics and A. Duncan School I  
AC Antonín Landa 33 Czechoslovakia TCH   Drawings from State Course for rhythmical gymnastics and A. Duncan School II  
AC Antonín Landa 33 Czechoslovakia TCH   Drawings from State Course for rhythmical gymnastics and A. Duncan School III  
AC Antonín Landa 33 Czechoslovakia TCH   Drawings from State Course for rhythmical gymnastics and A. Duncan School IV  
AC Antonín Landa 33 Czechoslovakia TCH   Drawings from State Course for rhythmical gymnastics and A. Duncan School V  
AC Antonín Landa 33 Czechoslovakia TCH   Drawings from State Course for rhythmical gymnastics and A. Duncan School VI  
AC Antonín Landa 33 Czechoslovakia TCH   Drawings from State Course for rhythmical gymnastics and A. Duncan School VII  
AC Antonín Landa 33 Czechoslovakia TCH   Drawings from State Course for rhythmical gymnastics and A. Duncan School VIII  
AC Arnold Friedman 53 United States USA   Race Track No. 2 hors concours
AC Arnold Friedman 53 United States USA   Polo hors concours
AC Arnold Friedman 53 United States USA   Jamaica Race Track hors concours
AC Arnold Friedman 53 United States USA   Polo Player  
AC Arnold Wiltz 43 United States USA   The Saddle Post  
AC Arthur Burgess 53 Great Britain GBR   Spring  
AC Arthur Burgess 53 Great Britain GBR   Skiing down the Bernina Pass  
AC Arthur Freedlander 55 United States USA   Ready to Play  
AC Arthur Wellmann 47 Germany GER   Doppeldrolle  
AC Arthur Wellmann 47 Germany GER   Rhön-Rad  
AC Arthur Wellmann 47 Germany GER   Reiter am Meer  
AC Axel Sjöberg 65 Sweden SWE   Seabird Hunters  
AC Axel Sjöberg 65 Sweden SWE   Hayharvest  
AC Benjamin Brown 67 United States USA   The Ski Jumper  
AC Bruno Liljefors 72 Sweden SWE   Skipping  
AC Cornelis Kloos 36 Netherlands NED   Sparta  
AC Cecil Ross Burnett 60 Great Britain GBR   Rugby Football  
AC Cecil Ross Burnett 60 Great Britain GBR   Polo  
AC Cornelis Mension 50 Netherlands NED   Big Game  
AC Chris van der Hoef 56 Netherlands NED   Diploma  
AC Carl Sprinchorn 45 United States USA   Six-Day Bicycle Race, No. I  
AC Carl Sprinchorn 45 United States USA   Six-Day Bicycle Race, No. II  
AC Carl Sprinchorn 45 United States USA   Members of the Rowing Crew, Poughkeepsie hors concours
AC Carlo Testi 29 Italy ITA   Marciatori  
AC Charles Cundall 41 Great Britain GBR   The Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race  
AC Charles Lamb 38 Ireland IRL   The Fisherman  
AC Charles Payne 48 Great Britain GBR   County Galway  
AC Charles Simpson 47 Great Britain GBR   Wild Duck and Water Lilies  
AC Charles Simpson 47 Great Britain GBR   Doncaster Racecourse, St. Leger Meeting, 1931  
AC Charles Simpson 47 Great Britain GBR   Grand National  
AC Charles Morris Young 62 United States USA   Huntsmen and Hounds (Painting)  
AC Charles Morris Young 62 United States USA   Brown's Meadow  
AC Charles Morris Young 62 United States USA   Drawing the Cover  
AC Charles Morris Young 62 United States USA   The Hounds at White Horse  
AC Charles Morris Young 62 United States USA   White Horse Blacksmith Shop  
AC Charles Morris Young 62 United States USA   Huntsmen and Hounds (Prints and Drawings)  
AC Charles Paul Gruppé 71 United States USA   Fishing Schooner Races at East Gloucester, Mass.  
AC Chikatoshi Enomoto   Japan JPN   Play in Garden  
AC Corneille Lentz 53 Luxembourg LUX   Wintersport  
AC Corneille Lentz 53 Luxembourg LUX   Javelin Thrower  
AC Kees Van Dongen 55 France FRA   Boxing Exhibition  
AC Kees Van Dongen 55 France FRA   Balancing  
AC Cuthbert Orde 43 Great Britain GBR   Wing-Commander Orlebar A.F.C. (Holder of World's Speed Record)  
AC David Ghilchik 40 Great Britain GBR   Original 'Punch' Drawing I  
AC David Ghilchik 40 Great Britain GBR   Original 'Punch' Drawing II  
AC David Ghilchik 40 Great Britain GBR   Original 'Punch' Drawing III  
AC David Ghilchik 40 Great Britain GBR   Original 'Punch' Drawing IV  
AC Nelly Degouy 22 Belgium BEL   Do exercise I  
AC Nelly Degouy 22 Belgium BEL   Do exercise II  
AC Nelly Degouy 22 Belgium BEL   Do exercise III  
AC Nelly Degouy 22 Belgium BEL   Do exercise IV  
AC Nelly Degouy 22 Belgium BEL   Do exercise V  
AC Nelly Degouy 22 Belgium BEL   Do exercise VI  
AC Nelly Degouy 22 Belgium BEL   Do exercise VII  
AC Nelly Degouy 22 Belgium BEL   Do exercise VIII  
AC Désiré Acket 27 Belgium BEL   Tennis  
AC Désiré Acket 27 Belgium BEL   Rowing  
AC Donald Wood 43 Great Britain GBR   Jodhpur Ponies ready for the Second Chukker  
AC Duncan Gleason 50 United States USA   Reach for the Finish Line  
AC Irving Couse 65 United States USA   Indian Hunter  
AC Earl Purdy   United States USA   The Wrist Lock  
AC Earl Purdy   United States USA   Smelling Down  
AC Earl Purdy   United States USA   The Uppercut  
AC Eben Comins 57 United States USA   The Swimmer  
AC Edgar Seligman 65 Great Britain GBR   Calisthenics  
AC Edith Horle 35 United States USA   Advancing  
AC Edmund Bartłomiejczyk 46 Poland POL   Ski  
AC Édouard Fraisse 52 France FRA   Athlete  
AC Edward Borein 59 United States USA   The Long Throw  
AC Edward Borein 59 United States USA   A Broncho  
AC Edward Borein 59 United States USA   The End of the Race  
AC Edward Borein 59 United States USA   After the Buffalo Hunt  
AC Edward Borein 59 United States USA   Navajos  
AC Edward Borein 59 United States USA   Charging Hawk  
AC Edward Manteuffel 24 Poland POL   Riding  
AC Hide Kawanishi 38 Japan JPN   The Baseball Match at Koshien  
AC Hide Kawanishi 38 Japan JPN   The Baseball Match at Toynen in Kobe  
AC Eigil Schwab 50 Sweden SWE   Sailing in Fresh Breeze  
AC Erich Heckel 48 Germany GER   Im Stadion Berlin  
AC Erik Raadal 27 Denmark DEN   Boxing  
AC Ernest Fiene 37 United States USA   Regatta  
AC Ernest Moore 67 Great Britain GBR   Brigadier-General Reginald John Kentish (Member IOC)  
AC Shirley Baker 37 United States USA   Allegorical Representation of Sports  
AC Ernst Böhm 42 Germany GER   Ehrenurkunden für die Verfassungswettkämpfe  
AC Ernst Hansen 39 Denmark DEN   Hunting Polar Bears  
AC Ernst Hansen 39 Denmark DEN   Portrait: Knud Rasmussen  
AC Eugène Pechaubes 42 France FRA   Grand Prix de Paris  
AC Eugeniusz Geppert 41 Poland POL   Jumping  
AC James Chapin 45 United States USA   Tennis  
AC James Chapin 45 United States USA   Polo - Argentines vs. Old Aiken  
AC Francis Hodge   Great Britain GBR   Swimmers  
AC Francis Hodge   Great Britain GBR   The Bathing Pool  
AC Francis Hodge   Great Britain GBR   After the Bath  
AC Frank Benson 70 United States USA   Black Ducks Towering  
AC Frank Benson 70 United States USA   Winter Wild Fowling hors concours
AC Frank Benson 70 United States USA   Old Tom hors concours
AC Frank Benson 70 United States USA   Waders  
AC Frank Benson 70 United States USA   Two Gunners  
AC Frank Benson 70 United States USA   Dory Fisherman  
AC Frank Benson 70 United States USA   The Gunner's Blind  
AC Frank Benson 70 United States USA   Supper  
AC Frank Benson 70 United States USA   River in Flood hors concours
AC Frank Benson 70 United States USA   On the Restigouche hors concours
AC Frank Benson 70 United States USA   Salmon Fisherman hors concours
AC Frank Mason 56 Great Britain GBR   Racing at Cowes  
AC FrantiÅ¡ek Hoplíček 42 Czechoslovakia TCH   Finish  
AC Frederick Wight 30 United States USA   Cape Cod Hunters  
AC Frederick Wight 30 United States USA   Hunter with Goose  
AC Friedrich Baur   Latvia LAT   The Rivals  
AC Friedrich Baur   Latvia LAT   The Race  
AC Friedrich Baur   Latvia LAT   Homewards  
AC Fritz Göhring   Germany GER   Kugelstossen  
AC Fritz Heinsheimer 35 Germany GER   Hürdenlauf bei der IX. Olympiade in Amsterdam  
AC Denholm Armour 68 Great Britain GBR   Stag Hunting in Devonshire  
AC Denholm Armour 68 Great Britain GBR   Stag Hunting in Devon, at Porlock Weir  
AC G. Elcock 76 Great Britain GBR   Polo in the Argentine  
AC Georg Lagerstedt 39 Sweden SWE   The Skating Princess  
AC Georg Lagerstedt 39 Sweden SWE   Juniors Boxing  
AC Georg Lagerstedt 39 Sweden SWE   Schoolgirls in the Athletic Meeting  
AC Georg Lagerstedt 39 Sweden SWE   Greco-Roman Wrestlers  
AC George Collie 28 Ireland IRL   Stony Broke  
AC Georg Gelbke 49 Germany GER   Hockey  
AC Georg Gelbke 49 Germany GER   Boxkampf I  
AC Georg Gelbke 49 Germany GER   Boxkampf II  
AC Georg Gelbke 49 Germany GER   Boxkampf III  
AC George Gibbs 62 United States USA   The Haymaker  
AC George Jacobs   United States USA   The Riders  
AC George Luks 65 United States USA   The Wrestlers  
AC George Sheringham 47 Great Britain GBR   Sea Fish  
AC George Sheringham 47 Great Britain GBR   Flies  
AC George Sheringham 47 Great Britain GBR   Coarse Fish  
AC Georges Baltus 58 Belgium BEL   Athletes  
AC Georges Dantu 65 France FRA   Le Skieur - Ciel d'Engadine  
AC Gerald Foster 31 United States USA   The First Mark  
AC Gerardo Dottori 47 Italy ITA   1° tempo - Il Via  
AC Gerardo Dottori 47 Italy ITA   2° tempo - In Corsa  
AC Gerardo Dottori 47 Italy ITA   3° tempo - L'Arrivo  
AC Gert Wollheim 37 Germany GER   Tennisspieler  
AC Gilbert Holiday 53 Great Britain GBR   The Try Hards and the Die Hards  
AC Gordon Stevenson 40 United States USA   On the Willowemoc  
AC Gordon Stevenson 40 United States USA   Hung Up  
AC Gordon Stevenson 40 United States USA   Sunset  
AC Guy Pené Du Bois 48 United States USA   Approaching Storm, Racetrack  
AC György Kürthy 50 Hungary HUN   Olympic Poster  
AC Hans Pape 37 Germany GER   Ehrenurkunde für die Reichsjugendwettkämpfe und Urkunde der Stadt Munster (Kohlurkunde)  
AC Harald Hansen 42 Denmark DEN   Horseman I  
AC Harald Hansen 42 Denmark DEN   Horseman II  
AC Harald Hansen 42 Denmark DEN   Horseman III  
AC Harald Hansen 42 Denmark DEN   Boxing I  
AC Harald Hansen 42 Denmark DEN   Boxing II  
AC Harald Hansen 42 Denmark DEN   Boxing III  
AC Harald Hansen 42 Denmark DEN   Sporting Man  
AC Harold Shurtleff   United States USA   Coming Through  
AC Harold Shurtleff   United States USA   A Backhander  
AC Harold Shurtleff   United States USA   Paired Off hors concours
AC Harry Watson 61 Great Britain GBR   The Rink, Villars, Switzerland  
AC Harry Watson 61 Great Britain GBR   The Skater  
AC Hayley Lever 56 United States USA   New York Forties hors concours
AC Heizo Kanayama 48 Japan JPN   Skating  
AC Helmer Osslund 65 Sweden SWE   The Rocky Lapland (Hundalen)  
AC Helmer Osslund 65 Sweden SWE   A Laplander from Sea Falls  
AC Henri Pinguenet 42 France FRA   Rugby I  
AC Henri Pinguenet 42 France FRA   Rugby II  
AC Henri Royer 63 France FRA   Pecheurs  
AC Henri Zo 58 France FRA   Partie de Pelote  
AC Henri Zo 58 France FRA   Course de taureaux  
AC Henry Poore 73 United States USA   The End of a 'Good Morning'  
AC Henry Poore 73 United States USA   Full Cry  
AC Henry Poore 73 United States USA   Hunter's Reverie  
AC Henry Poore 73 United States USA   Rendezvous hors concours
AC Herman Trunk 37 United States USA   The Regatta  
AC Hermann Keimel 33 Germany GER   Deutsche Skimeisterschaft  
AC Howard E. Smith 47 United States USA   Jack Grant, Huntsman  
AC Howard E. Smith 47 United States USA   Polo at Myopia  
AC Howard E. Smith 47 United States USA   The Water Jump  
AC Howard E. Smith 47 United States USA   Well Taken  
AC Howard E. Smith 47 United States USA   Go  
AC Howard E. Smith 47 United States USA   Before the Start  
AC Hugo Ballin 53 United States USA   Contrasts  
AC Hugo Nicholson 33 United States USA   After Big Game  
AC Hugo Siegmüller 42 Czechoslovakia TCH   Ski-runners  
AC Hugo Siegmüller 42 Czechoslovakia TCH   Skiing in Bohemia  
AC Hunt Diederich 48 United States USA   Silhouette: Athlete  
AC Hunt Diederich 48 United States USA   Silhouette: Daddy Long Legs  
AC Hunt Diederich 48 United States USA   Silhouette: Mounted Archer  
AC Hunt Diederich 48 United States USA   Silhouette: Polo I  
AC Hunt Diederich 48 United States USA   Silhouette: Polo II  
AC Hunt Diederich 48 United States USA   Silhouette: The Chase  
AC Hunt Diederich 48 United States USA   Silhouette: Dancing Goat  
AC Hunt Diederich 48 United States USA   Silhouette: Goats on Mountain  
AC Hunt Diederich 48 United States USA   Silhouette: Stag at Bay  
AC Hunt Diederich 48 United States USA   Silhouette: Bull Fight No. 1  
AC Hunt Diederich 48 United States USA   Silhouette: Bull Fight No. 2  
AC Hunt Diederich 48 United States USA   Silhouette: Bull Fight No. 3  
AC Hunt Diederich 48 United States USA   Silhouette: Matador  
AC Hunt Diederich 48 United States USA   Silhouette: Picador  
AC Hunt Diederich 48 United States USA   Silhouette: Fighting Bucks  
AC Hunt Diederich 48 United States USA   Silhouette: Let Her Buck  
AC Isaac Grünewald 42 Sweden SWE   Swimmer after the Bath  
AC Isaac Israëls 67 Netherlands NED   Boxing Lesson  
AC Isaac Israëls 67 Netherlands NED   Spectators at a Match  
AC Isaac Israëls 67 Netherlands NED   Boxing Match  
AC Isamu Toyofuji   Japan JPN   Rugby  
AC Alfred Duriau   Belgium BEL   Aviation  
AC Alfred Duriau   Belgium BEL   Tennis  
AC Joachim Hellgrewe 44 Germany GER   Oberhof  
AC J. F. Thiedemans   Belgium BEL   Swimming  
AC Humbert Craig 55 Ireland IRL   After a Fresh on the Dun River  
AC Mortimer Lichtenauer 56 United States USA   Recreation  
AC Mortimer Lichtenauer 56 United States USA   The Archer hors concours
AC Julius Engelhard 49 Germany GER   Sportclub Riessersee  
AC Jack Yeats 60 Ireland IRL   The Small Ring  
AC Francis Chapin 33 United States USA   Batter Up  
AC Francis Chapin 33 United States USA   A Prize Fighter and His Manager  
AC Francis Chapin 33 United States USA   The Negro Boxer hors concours
AC James Newell 32 United States USA   Archers  
AC James Quinn 62 Australia AUS   Sir Hubert Wilkins (Archtic Explorer)  
AC James Quinn 62 Australia AUS   Steve Fairbairn (famous Cambridge Rowing Coach)  
AC Jay Maddox   United States USA   Gallant Fox  
AC Jean Jacoby 41 Luxembourg LUX   Ice Hockey  
AC Jean Jacoby 41 Luxembourg LUX   Football Association in Winter  
AC Jean Jacoby 41 Luxembourg LUX   Water Polo  
AC Jean Jacoby 41 Luxembourg LUX   At the Mark  
AC Jean Jacoby 41 Luxembourg LUX   In the Ring  
AC Jean Jacoby 41 Luxembourg LUX   Before the Goal (Ice Hockey)  
AC Jean Jacoby 41 Luxembourg LUX   110 Meter Hurdles  
AC Jean MacLane 53 United States USA   The Start hors concours
AC Jean MacLane 53 United States USA   Bathers  
AC Jean MacLane 53 United States USA   Young Swimmers - Beach Life, Devon hors concours
AC Jean MacLane 53 United States USA   Portrait of Mr. John C. Johansen  
AC Jeremi Kubicki 21 Poland POL   Rowers  
AC Andrzej Stypiński 25 Poland POL      
AC Jerzy Skolimowski 24 Poland POL      
AC Johan Bull 38 United States USA   Half Volley  
AC Johan Bull 38 United States USA   Pony Exhibition  
AC Johan Bull 38 United States USA   Foul!  
AC Johannes Boehland 29 Germany GER   Entwurf für die Internationale 10,000 km Fahrt des A.v.D. I  
AC Johannes Boehland 29 Germany GER   Entwurf für die Internationale 10,000 km Fahrt des A.v.D. II  
AC Jos Lussenburg 42 Netherlands NED   Weight Thrower  
AC Jos Lussenburg 42 Netherlands NED   Boxer Resting  
AC Jos Lussenburg 42 Netherlands NED   Passing the Finish  
AC John W. Dunn   United States USA   Polo  
AC John Koopman 53 United States USA   Trout Fishing  
AC John Lavery 76 Great Britain GBR   The Earl of Lonsdale K.G.  
AC John Lavery 76 Great Britain GBR   Schooling the Pony  
AC John MacGilchrist 39 United States USA   Yankee Doodle  
AC John MacGilchrist 39 United States USA   Zooming  
AC John MacGilchrist 39 United States USA   The Race  
AC John Rich 56 United States USA   The Trojans in Action  
AC John Taylor Arms 45 United States USA   Man of War  
AC Józef Korolkiewicz 30 Poland POL   Box  
AC Jos Seckel 50 Netherlands NED   Training at the Bar I  
AC Jos Seckel 50 Netherlands NED   Training at the Bar II  
AC Julius Bloch 44 United States USA   Aviation 1930  
AC Julius Paulsen 71 Denmark DEN   Portrait of a Young Athlete  
AC Julius Paulsen 71 Denmark DEN   Man in Posture of Defense  
AC Julius Paulsen 71 Denmark DEN   The Archer  
AC Junpei Eto 34 Japan JPN   The Rugger  
AC Karl Hahn 39 Germany GER   Am Tor  
AC Katsundo Kosaka   Japan JPN   Shoot the Bird  
AC Kees Roovers 42 Netherlands NED   Ski  
AC Kerr Eby 42 United States USA   Polo  
AC Kerr Eby 42 United States USA   Surf Fishing  
AC Kerr Eby 42 United States USA   Riding to Cover  
AC Kerr Eby 42 United States USA   The Ford  
AC Yoshie Nakada 30 Japan JPN   A Swimming Race at Night  
AC Hitoshi Ikebe   Japan JPN   A Wrestling Match  
AC Knud Merrild 38 Denmark DEN   Tennis  
AC Knud Merrild 38 Denmark DEN   Swimming  
AC Knud Merrild 38 Denmark DEN   Soccer  
AC Konrad Srzednicki 37 Poland POL   Wind  
AC KonstantÄ«ns Visotskis 68 Latvia LAT   Bear Sticking  
AC KonstantÄ«ns Visotskis 68 Latvia LAT   Hunting Snow Hare  
AC KonstantÄ«ns Visotskis 68 Latvia LAT   Exercising Hounds  
AC KonstantÄ«ns Visotskis 68 Latvia LAT   Hunting Wolves with Borzois  
AC KonstantÄ«ns Visotskis 68 Latvia LAT   Beaters  
AC KonstantÄ«ns Visotskis 68 Latvia LAT   Fox Shooting with Flags  
AC KonstantÄ«ns Visotskis 68 Latvia LAT   Gunner Awaiting Driven Game  
AC Koshiro Onchi 41 Japan JPN   An Instant  
AC Kotaro Ikeda 37 Japan JPN   Fishing  
AC Kozin Kozu   Japan JPN   The Golf  
AC Kunzo Minami 49 Japan JPN   The Preparation of the Descent  
AC Ludwig Waldschmidt 45 Germany GER   Long Run  
AC Leo Whelan 39 Ireland IRL   The Village Champion  
AC Leonardo Borgese 27 Italy ITA   Boxe  
AC Leonardo Borgese 27 Italy ITA   Tennis  
AC Levon West 32 United States USA   The White North  
AC Levon West 32 United States USA   Early Gunner  
AC Levon West 32 United States USA   Blizzard Coming  
AC Levon West 32 United States USA   Clean Shot  
AC Lewis Baumer 61 Great Britain GBR   The Novice  
AC Lewis Baumer 61 Great Britain GBR   The Hill Top  
AC Lewis Baumer 61 Great Britain GBR   Achtung  
AC Lewis Baumer 61 Great Britain GBR   The English School Skater  
AC Lewis Baumer 61 Great Britain GBR   The Girl who Skated on the Curling Rink  
AC Lewis Baumer 61 Great Britain GBR   The Girl who Believed in the Catalogues  
AC Lionel Edwards 53 Great Britain GBR   The end of 40 minutes  
AC Lionel Edwards 53 Great Britain GBR   Signalling for the Pack - Devon and Somerset Staghounds  
AC Louis Denis-Valverane 61 France FRA   La Championne de natation  
AC Louis Denis-Valverane 61 France FRA   Mlle. Lenglen  
AC Louis Hechenbleikner 38 United States USA   The Tackle  
AC Louis Hechenbleikner 38 United States USA   Down the Field  
AC Louis Hechenbleikner 38 United States USA   Forward Pass  
AC Louis Hechenbleikner 38 United States USA   Through the Center  
AC Louis Hechenbleikner 38 United States USA   Boxing Match  
AC Louis Malespina 58 France FRA   Longchamp  
AC Louis Malespina 58 France FRA   Quadrige  
AC Louis Malespina 58 France FRA   Trotteur  
AC Lucien Jonas 52 France FRA   Le Coureur Cycliste  
AC Lucien Jonas 52 France FRA   Le Champion  
AC Lucien Jonas 52 France FRA   Les joueurs de tennis  
AC Ludvík Vacátko 58 Czechoslovakia TCH   Jeu de Barre  
AC Ludwig Angerer 41 Germany GER   Fussball I  
AC Ludwig Angerer 41 Germany GER   Fussball II  
AC Ludwig Angerer 41 Germany GER   Fussball III  
AC Ludwig Angerer 41 Germany GER   Fussball IV  
AC Ludwig Hohlwein 58 Germany GER   Winter in Deutschland  
AC Ludwig Hohlwein 58 Germany GER   Playing Golf in Germany  
AC Menno van Meeteren Brouwer 49 Netherlands NED   Classic and Modern  
AC Mahonri Mackintosh Young 54 United States USA   At the Top of the Gong hors concours
AC Mahonri Mackintosh Young 54 United States USA   Main Street Athletic Club, Los Angeles  
AC Mahonri Mackintosh Young 54 United States USA   Beat Him at the Punch  
AC Mahonri Mackintosh Young 54 United States USA   Drawing a Prize Fight I  
AC Mahonri Mackintosh Young 54 United States USA   Drawing a Prize Fight II  
AC Mahonri Mackintosh Young 54 United States USA   Drawing a Prize Fight III  
AC Mahonri Mackintosh Young 54 United States USA   Drawing a Prize Fight IV  
AC Mahonri Mackintosh Young 54 United States USA   Drawing a Prize Fight V  
AC Mario Beltrami 30 Italy ITA   Marciatori  
AC Mario Beltrami 30 Italy ITA   Football  
AC Maurice Ehlinger 35 France FRA   Skieuse  
AC Max Clarenbach 52 Germany GER   Rennplatz  
AC Max Å vabinský 58 Czechoslovakia TCH   Diana  
AC Michał Boruciński 46 Poland POL   Girl with Bow  
AC Miltiades Manno 53 Hungary HUN   Start, 100 y I  
AC Miltiades Manno 53 Hungary HUN   Start, 100 y II  
AC Miltiades Manno 53 Hungary HUN   Start, 100 y III  
AC Miltiades Manno 53 Hungary HUN   Finish, 800 y  
AC Miltiades Manno 53 Hungary HUN   Throwing the Discus  
AC Miltiades Manno 53 Hungary HUN   Hurdle Race  
AC Miltiades Manno 53 Hungary HUN   High Jump  
AC Miltiades Manno 53 Hungary HUN   Motorcycle Pace Maker  
AC Miltiades Manno 53 Hungary HUN   Rowing  
AC Miltiades Manno 53 Hungary HUN   Cycling (Painting)  
AC Miltiades Manno 53 Hungary HUN   Wrestling (Greco-Roman)  
AC Miltiades Manno 53 Hungary HUN   Sabre Fencing  
AC Miltiades Manno 53 Hungary HUN   Ice Hockey  
AC Miltiades Manno 53 Hungary HUN   Boxing  
AC Miltiades Manno 53 Hungary HUN   Cycling (Poster)  
AC Miltiades Manno 53 Hungary HUN   Football Association  
AC Miltiades Manno 53 Hungary HUN   Swimming  
AC Misai Kosugi 50 Japan JPN   A Sketch of Rugby  
AC Oliver Milburn 48 Canada CAN   The Home Team Wins  
AC Oscar Hullgren 62 Sweden SWE   Fishing Village (Sweden)  
AC Oscar Hullgren 62 Sweden SWE   On the West Coast of Sweden  
AC Oscar Hullgren 62 Sweden SWE   Vikings  
AC Oskar Nerlinger 39 Germany GER   Motorrad in der Kurve  
AC Oskar Nerlinger 39 Germany GER   Tennis  
AC Oskar Nerlinger 39 Germany GER   Fussballspieler  
AC Otto Dill 48 Germany GER   Am Rennplatz  
AC Ottorino Mancioli 24 Italy ITA   Boxing  
AC Ottorino Mancioli 24 Italy ITA   Hurdler  
AC Piet van der Hem 46 Netherlands NED   Skier  
AC P. A. Hay 66 Great Britain GBR   On the London Tennis Court  
AC Paul Heimen 24 Belgium BEL   Canoers  
AC Paul Morchain 55 France FRA   Regates dans l'Ocean Atlantique  
AC Pál Szűcs 26 Hungary HUN   Return of the Olympic Winter  
AC Philip de László 63 Great Britain GBR   Sylvia, Daughter of Count and Countess Széchényi  
AC Philip Kran Paval 33 Denmark DEN   Shell Race  
AC Philippe Le Molt 37 France FRA   Boxer Resting hors concours
AC Pierre Montezin 57 France FRA   Les Regates  
AC Pierre Nuyttens 54 United States USA   Helen Wills Moody  
AC Pierre Nuyttens 54 United States USA   Sir Thomas Lipton  
AC Rafał Malczewski 39 Poland POL   Football  
AC Rafał Malczewski 39 Poland POL   Ski  
AC Randall Davey 45 United States USA   Horse Race  
AC Raoul du Gardier 61 France FRA   Canoé Rouge  
AC René Xavier Prinet 70 France FRA   Le Bain  
AC Reynolds Beal 65 United States USA   Becalmed, Marblehead  
AC Reynolds Beal 65 United States USA   Marblehead Yachts  
AC Reynolds Beal 65 United States USA   Fisherman's Race - The 'Henry Ford'  
AC Richard Bishop 45 United States USA   Pintails  
AC Richard Bishop 45 United States USA   Coming In  
AC Richard Bishop 45 United States USA   Mallards Pitching  
AC Richard Bishop 45 United States USA   Reflections hors concours
AC Richard Bishop 45 United States USA   Bog Sprites hors concours
AC Richard Bishop 45 United States USA   Whizzing hors concours
AC Richard Earle 23 United States USA   The Winner  
AC Richard Lahey 39 United States USA   Horse Show - Maine  
AC Richard Lahey 39 United States USA   Tennis Aboard Ship  
AC Richard Lahey 39 United States USA   Skating in Central Park  
AC Róbert Byssz 38 Hungary HUN   Album of Sporting Caricatures  
AC Robert Fernier 37 France FRA   Skieurs  
AC Roger Nivelt 32 France FRA   Exhibition de Boxe I  
AC Roger Nivelt 32 France FRA   Exhibition de Boxe II  
AC Roland Clark 58 United States USA   Setting Out Decoys  
AC Roland Clark 58 United States USA   Bluebird Weather  
AC Ronald Gray 64 Great Britain GBR   Girl Skiing  
AC Ryusei Furukawa 39 Japan JPN   A Pose of a Woman Golfer (in Reposing)  
AC Ryusei Furukawa 39 Japan JPN   A Pose of a Woman Golfer (in Striking)  
AC Ryokichi Sakai   Japan JPN   The Football  
AC Sakuichi Fukazawa 35 Japan JPN   The Baseball Match 'Waseda vs. Keio in Autumn 1931'  
AC Samuel Theobald 59 United States USA   Brookmead Stable Brice  
AC Seán O'Sullivan 26 Ireland IRL   Cyclone Warren, Negro Boxer  
AC Senpan Maekawa 43 Japan JPN   Rugby  
AC Shiko Munakata 28 Japan JPN   Warming Up  
AC Shiko Munakata 28 Japan JPN   A Horse Race  
AC Shintaro Takeda   Japan JPN   Basket-Ball Match  
AC Shogo Taguchi   Japan JPN   Borotra at Match  
AC Shuzo Kanda   Japan JPN   The Baseball Player  
AC Stefan Osiecki 30 Poland POL      
AC Jerzy Skolimowski 24 Poland POL      
AC Jerzy Skolimowski 24 Poland POL      
AC Stefan Osiecki 30 Poland POL      
AC Chosei Kawakami 37 Japan JPN   A Picture of Baseball Match  
AC Susumu Yamaguchi 35 Japan JPN   Mr Mikio Oda Holding 'The Crown Prince Cup'  
AC Thomas Dugdale 52 Great Britain GBR   Man with a Hare  
AC Thomas Dugdale 52 Great Britain GBR   Fishing  
AC Tadeusz Gronowski 37 Poland POL   Poster for the Olympiad  
AC Takamura Kodama   Japan JPN   Rugby  
AC Tensen Ogyu 50 Japan JPN   Kemari (Football)  
AC Tom Purvis 44 Great Britain GBR   Huntswoman  
AC Tom Purvis 44 Great Britain GBR   Motorist  
AC Tom Purvis 44 Great Britain GBR   Fishing  
AC Tom Purvis 44 Great Britain GBR   Canoeing  
AC Tom Purvis 44 Great Britain GBR   Bathing  
AC Tomotari Sakurai   Japan JPN   The Fighter  
AC Toru Arai   Japan JPN   Rugby  
AC Ulrich Hübner 60 Germany GER   Summer Day  
AC Vaughn Flannery 33 United States USA   Ten Broeck  
AC Hendrika Schaap-van der Pek 65 Netherlands NED   Jumping Horseman  
AC Hendrika Schaap-van der Pek 65 Netherlands NED   Harbor for Yachts  
AC Herbert Dunton 53 United States USA   The Bob Cat Hunter  
AC Herbert Dunton 53 United States USA   Hunting Party  
AC Herbert Dunton 53 United States USA   The Start for the Hills  
AC Walt Speck 35 United States USA   Six Day Bike Race  
AC Walt Speck 35 United States USA   Football  
AC Walther Klemm 49 Germany GER   Eishockey  
AC Walther Klemm 49 Germany GER   Eissegeln  
AC Walther Klemm 49 Germany GER   Am Sprunghügel  
AC Walther Kohlhase 24 Germany GER   Boxen im Sportpalast  
AC Wayman Adams 48 United States USA   Miss Deborah Hubbard in Riding Costume  
AC Wharton Esherick 45 United States USA   Winter Play  
AC Wharton Esherick 45 United States USA   Surf Fishing hors concours
AC Wiktor Podoski 31 Poland POL   Football  
AC Wilhelm Hölter 49 Germany GER   Heeres-Ski-Meisterschaften  
AC Wilhelm Hölter 49 Germany GER   Heeres-Meisterschaften Hannover  
AC Corry Gallas 47 Netherlands NED   Golf Attitude  
AC William Byrne 26 United States USA   Reclining Discus Thrower  
AC William Hays 60 United States USA   An International Game  
AC William Littlefield 29 United States USA   Boxers I  
AC William Littlefield 29 United States USA   Boxers II  
AC William Littlefield 29 United States USA   Boxers III  
AC William McNulty 48 United States USA   Bass hors concours
AC William McNulty 48 United States USA   The Race  
AC William McNulty 48 United States USA   Cup Defenders  
AC William McNulty 48 United States USA   Shortening Sail  
AC William McNulty 48 United States USA   Ten Metres Class  
AC William Schulhoff 34 United States USA   The Hunt  
AC Heath Robinson 60 Great Britain GBR   Clam Spearing in the Frozen North  
AC Heath Robinson 60 Great Britain GBR   Learning Mountain Climbing in the Home  
AC Heath Robinson 60 Great Britain GBR   Machines for clearing out Holes in Golf Courses  
AC Willi Baumeister 43 Germany GER   Hochsprung  
AC Willy Jaeckel 44 Germany GER   Skiläufer  
AC Willy Sluiter 59 Netherlands NED   Yachting  
AC Willy Sluiter 59 Netherlands NED   Skijumping Davos  
AC Willy Sluiter 59 Netherlands NED   The Champion  
AC Willy Sluiter 59 Netherlands NED   Cresta Run, St. Moritz  
AC Willy Sluiter 59 Netherlands NED   A Future Champion  
AC Yasuo Kuniyoshi 41 United States USA   Golfer - Self Portrait  
AC Yngve Soderberg 35 United States USA   Star Boat  
AC Yngve Soderberg 35 United States USA   Nip and Truck  
AC Yngve Soderberg 35 United States USA   Hauling Down the Balloon Jib  
AC Yoshitaro Sato   Japan JPN   Hit  
AC Zbigniew Czech   Poland POL      
AC Jerzy Skolimowski 24 Poland POL      
AC Philip Hale 67 United States USA   Minute's Rest hors concours
AC John Johansen 55 United States USA   The Shipbuilder hors concours
AC Erich Büttner 42 Germany GER   Tennisturnier in Heringsdorf  
AC George Bellows 49 United States USA   Stag at Sharkey's hors concours
AC George Bellows 49 United States USA   Between Rounds hors concours
AC Glenn Coleman 45 United States USA   The Harbour hors concours
AC Thomas Eakins 88 United States USA   The Oarsmen hors concours
AC Thomas Eakins 88 United States USA   Between Rounds hors concours
AC Thomas Eakins 88 United States USA   Turning the Stake Boat hors concours
AC Pop Hart 64 United States USA   The Cock Fight hors concours
AC Pop Hart 64 United States USA   Croquet Players hors concours
AC Gari Melchers 71 United States USA   The Fencing Master hors concours
AC Charles Sheeler, Jr. 49 United States USA   Yachts hors concours
AC Eugene Speicher 49 United States USA   The Hunter hors concours
AC Edmund Tarbell 70 United States USA   My Children in the Woods hors concours
AC Sears Gallagher 63 United States USA   Home in Two hors concours
AC Sears Gallagher 63 United States USA   Foursome hors concours
AC Sears Gallagher 63 United States USA   All Ewen hors concours
AC Anne Goldthwaite 63 United States USA   Polo hors concours
AC Anne Goldthwaite 63 United States USA   Skaters hors concours
AC Anne Goldthwaite 63 United States USA   The Finish hors concours
AC Alexander Kruse 44 United States USA   East Side A.C. hors concours
AC Reginald Marsh 34 United States USA   Wrestlers hors concours
AC Rodney Thomson 53 United States USA   Hurdles hors concours
AC Gerald Spencer Pryse   Great Britain GBR   Otter Hunting  
AC Gerald Spencer Pryse   Great Britain GBR   The Knock Out  
AC Gerard Westermann 51 Netherlands NED   Horsewoman  
AC Jaap Weyand 45 Netherlands NED   Skating in Holland  
AC Jan Wils 41 Netherlands NED   Horseman (b)  
AC Janina Konarska-Słonimska 32 Poland POL   Ski  
AC Gösta von Hennigs 66 Sweden SWE   Steeplechase  
AC Gösta von Hennigs 66 Sweden SWE   Atheltic Girl  
AC David Wallin 56 Sweden SWE   Girl with Racket  
AC David Wallin 56 Sweden SWE   Woman Descending into Bath  
AC David Wallin 56 Sweden SWE   Sun Bath  
AC David Wallin 56 Sweden SWE   Repose After the Bath  
AC Lee Blair 20 United States USA   Tennis Still Life  
AC Joseph Webster Golinkin 35 United States USA   Polo at Meadow Brook - No. 1  
AC Joseph Webster Golinkin 35 United States USA   Polo at Meadow Brook - No. 2  
AC Joseph Webster Golinkin 35 United States USA   Polo at Meadow Brook - No. 3  
AC Joseph Webster Golinkin 35 United States USA   Polo at Meadow Brook - No. 4  
AC Joseph Webster Golinkin 35 United States USA   Polo at Meadow Brook - No. 5  
AC Joseph Webster Golinkin 35 United States USA   Polo at Meadow Brook - No. 6  
AC Joseph Webster Golinkin 35 United States USA   The Manassa Mauler  
AC Joseph Webster Golinkin 35 United States USA   Beak it Off  
AC Joseph Webster Golinkin 35 United States USA   Reverse Headlock  
AC Joseph Webster Golinkin 35 United States USA   Tear 'I'm Apart!'  
AC Winslow Homer 96 United States USA   Casting hors concours
AC Acee Blue Eagle 24 United States USA   Warrior Fighting  
AC Acee Blue Eagle 24 United States USA   Buffalo Dancer  
AC Acee Blue Eagle 24 United States USA   Bow and Arrow Contestant  
AC Acee Blue Eagle 24 United States USA   Indian Ball Player  
AC Acee Blue Eagle 24 United States USA   Peace Pipe Dancer  
AC Acee Blue Eagle 24 United States USA   Warrior on Horseback  
AC Acee Blue Eagle 24 United States USA   Spear Thrower  
AC Acee Blue Eagle 24 United States USA   Warrior Dancing  
AC Acee Blue Eagle 24 United States USA   Charging Buffalo  
AC Acee Blue Eagle 24 United States USA   Indians Duelling with Coo-Sticks  
AC Acee Blue Eagle 24 United States USA   Deer Hunters  
AC Acee Blue Eagle 24 United States USA   Buffalo Hunt  
AC Acee Blue Eagle 24 United States USA   Spear and Wheel Game  
AC Acee Blue Eagle 24 United States USA   Hunter's Dream  
AC Acee Blue Eagle 24 United States USA   Smoke Signal  
AC Acee Blue Eagle 24 United States USA   Feather Dancer  
AC Acee Blue Eagle 24 United States USA   Shield Dancer  
AC Percy Crosby 40 United States USA   A Shot at Goal  
AC Percy Crosby 40 United States USA   Down the Field  
AC Percy Crosby 40 United States USA   The Punt  
AC Percy Crosby 40 United States USA   Intercepting a Pass  
AC Percy Crosby 40 United States USA   The Figure Skater  
AC Lewis Daniel 30 United States USA   Half Nelson  

Mixed Sculpturing, Medals And Reliefs

Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Los Angeles Museum of History, Science and Art, Los Angeles, California
Date Started: July 30, 1932
Date Finished: August 14, 1932

Summary

Overall, 144 participants from 16 countries with 300 exhibits participated in the sculpture competition. There were two groups of entries\: Reliefs and Medals and Sculptors Works (free-standing figures). The jury for sculpture consisted of the people Haig Patigan (1876-1950), San Francisco; Lloyd La Page Rollins (1890-1970), San Francisco; Henry Hering (1874-1949), New York; and Salvatore Cartaino "SC" Scarpitta (1887-1948), Hollywood; all well-known sculptors and art historians in the United States. Also on the jury was the Swedish sculptor Carl Milles (1875-1955).

The gold medal was presented to Polish medalist [Józef Klukowski] for his Sport Sculpture II. He also won a silver medal for Soccer player at the 1936 Art Competitions in Berlin. In 1944 he was killed during transport between concentration camps, when he was being moved from Mauthausen to Bergen-Belsen. His badge was presented to the champion Polish ski jumper [Stanisław Marusarz] the same year, whose father preserved it after World War II. At an exhibition at the Museum of Sport and Tourism at Warszawa in 2000-01 the badge was re-discovered, as Marusarz' trophies were displayed.

US silver medal winner [Frederick MacMonnies] ( Lindbergh Medal ) later married Alice Jones, sister of tennis players [Marion] and [Georgina Jones] who took part in the 1900 Paris Games.

The bronze medal was won by Canadian [Tait McKenzie], the only art Olympian to take part in five Olympic Games 1912-48. His Shield of the Athletes was only one of 44 works he submitted to the Los Angeles Art Competitions. He was a Canadian-born American, who after World War I specialized in the care and rehabilitation of severely wounded soldiers, and earned honors in the Canadian and American Scout Movement. During his medical studies at McGill University in Montréal, McKenzie was known as a versatile athlete.

Final Standings

 
Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal Title  
1 Józef Klukowski 38 Poland POL Gold Sport Scuplture II  
2 Frederick MacMonnies 68 United States USA Silver Lindbergh Medal  
3 Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN Bronze Shield of the Athletes  

Mixed Sculpturing, Statues

Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Los Angeles Museum of History, Science and Art, Los Angeles, California
Date Started: July 30, 1932
Date Finished: August 14, 1932

Summary

Overall, 144 participants from 16 countries with 300 exhibits participated in the sculpture competition. There were two groups of entries\: Reliefs and Medals and Sculptors Works (free-standing figures). The jury for sculpture consisted of the people Haig Patigan (1876-1950), San Francisco; Lloyd La Page Rollins (1890-1970), San Francisco; Henry Hering (1874-1949), New York; and Salvatore Cartaino "SC" Scarpitta (1887-1948), Hollywood; all well-known sculptors and art historians in the United States. Also on the jury was the Swedish sculptor Carl Milles (1875-1955).

US sculptor [Mahonri Mackintosh Young] produced his amazing statue The Knockdown. A viewer can almost sense the blow the boxer lying on the ground has received. The work is now exhibited in the Art Museum of Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. Young also submitted 15 other works. Hungarian silver medalist [Miltiades Manno] was an Olympic rower in the coxed eights at the 1912 Stockholm Games. His statue Wrestling was only one of 27 exhibits he submitted. The bronze medal went to Czech artist [Jakub Obrovský] and his Odysseus, today placed in the garden of the Palais Sternberg in Praha.

Seven more artists received Honorable Mentions for their works. It is also not known how the works were evaluated. Some works are referred to as "hors concours" in the Official Report, and there is no further explanation for this category.

Final Standings

 
Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal Title  
1 Mahonri Mackintosh Young 54 United States USA Gold The Knockdown  
2 Miltiades Manno 53 Hungary HUN Silver Wrestling  
3 Jakub Obrovský 49 Czechoslovakia TCH Bronze Odysseus  
HM Antoni Kenar 25 Poland POL   Hockey Player  
HM Carl Fagerberg 53 Sweden SWE   Skater  
HM Dudley Talcott 33 United States USA   Wrestler  
HM Ercole Drei 45 Italy ITA   Football Players  
HM Gerhard Henning 52 Denmark DEN   Modern Woman  
HM Hunt Diederich 48 United States USA   Polo  
HM Rudolf Belling 45 Germany GER   The Boxer

Mixed Sculpturing, Unknown Event

Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Los Angeles Museum of History, Science and Art, Los Angeles, California
Date Started: July 30, 1932
Date Finished: August 14, 1932

Final Standings

 
Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal Title  
AC Suzanne Muzanne 56 France FRA   Danse Rhythmique  
AC Alice Nordin 61 Sweden SWE   Mr G. (Gustav V. King of Sweden, Tennisplayer)  
AC Anna Van Nuffel   Belgium BEL   Hockey  
AC Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen 69 Denmark DEN   Race Walker (silver)  
AC Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen 69 Denmark DEN   Runner (long distance)  
AC Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen 69 Denmark DEN   Runner (starting for 300 m race)  
AC Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen 69 Denmark DEN   Shot Putter (moment before putting)  
AC Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen 69 Denmark DEN   Shot Putter (moment of putting)  
AC Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen 69 Denmark DEN   Shot Putter  
AC Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen 69 Denmark DEN   Disc Thrower (bringing the discus into the throwing position)  
AC Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen 69 Denmark DEN   Young Wrestler at Rest  
AC Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen 69 Denmark DEN   Wrestler Attacking I  
AC Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen 69 Denmark DEN   Wrestler Attacking II  
AC Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen 69 Denmark DEN   Woman Swimmer  
AC Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen 69 Denmark DEN   Dancer (in silver)  
AC Beatrice Fenton 45 United States USA   The Forward Pass  
AC Beatrice Fenton 45 United States USA   All Set to Go  
AC Jean-Elie Vézien 42 France FRA   Joueuse de tennis I  
AC Jean-Elie Vézien 42 France FRA   Joueuse de tennis II  
AC Jean-Elie Vézien 42 France FRA   Joueuse de tennis III  
AC Jean-Elie Vézien 42 France FRA   Joueur de golf  
AC Elizabeth Mason 52 United States USA   Ap-Ap (Indian Football)  
AC Elizabeth Mason 52 United States USA   Nakana (Indian Rabbit Stick)  
AC Elizabeth Mason 52 United States USA   Hochuwish I  
AC Elizabeth Mason 52 United States USA   Hochuwish II  
AC Ella Buchanan 65 United States USA   Net Star  
AC Grace Talbot 30 United States USA   Huntress Maid  
AC HanuÅ¡ Folkmann 55 Czechoslovakia TCH   The Shot Putter  
AC Hughlette Wheeler 31 United States USA   The Tail Shot  
AC Hughlette Wheeler 31 United States USA   Following the Ball  
AC Kathleen Ingels 49 United States USA   Discus Thrower  
AC Kathleen Ingels 49 United States USA   Young Diana  
AC Laura Gardin Fraser 42 United States USA   Ed Crump  
AC Laura Gardin Fraser 42 United States USA   U.S. Polo Association Trophy  
AC Laura Gardin Fraser 42 United States USA   Sportsman Medal  
AC Maud, Countess von Rosen-Engberg 29 Sweden SWE   Ride of the Water Spirit  
AC Maud, Countess von Rosen-Engberg 29 Sweden SWE   Equestrian  
AC Maud, Countess von Rosen-Engberg 29 Sweden SWE   The Hunter (Mascot in silver)  
AC Olga Niewska 34 Poland POL   The Runner (bronze)  
AC Olda Žák 31 Czechoslovakia TCH   Boxer (glass)  
AC Jess Peacey Lawson 47 Great Britain GBR   Youths Wrestling  
AC Renée Sintenis 44 Germany GER   The Polo Player  
AC Suzanne Silvercruys Farnam 34 Belgium BEL   The Winner  
AC Suzanne Silvercruys Farnam 34 Belgium BEL   Runner Finishing  
AC Suzanne Silvercruys Farnam 34 Belgium BEL   Discus Thrower  
AC Suzanne Silvercruys Farnam 34 Belgium BEL   Shot  
AC Suzanne Silvercruys Farnam 34 Belgium BEL   Hurdle  
AC Suzanne Silvercruys Farnam 34 Belgium BEL   Boxer  
AC Suzanne Silvercruys Farnam 34 Belgium BEL   Rower  
AC Daemers   Belgium BEL   Cricket  
AC Georges Malissard 54 France FRA   Polo  
AC Theodor Pilartz 45 Germany GER   Verfassungsplakette 1930  
AC Abel Lafleur 56 France FRA   Football Plaguette  
AC Adam Antes 40 Germany GER   Flug  
AC Alfons Karny 30 Poland POL   First Training (bronze)  
AC Amory Simons 66 United States USA   Hand Stand of Eric Emson  
AC Angelo Bertolazzi 35 Italy ITA   Il Centrometrista  
AC Anton Endstorfer 52 Austria AUT   Staffettenläuferin  
AC Anton Endstorfer 52 Austria AUT   Ballwerferin  
AC Antonín Odehnal 53 Czechoslovakia TCH   Medal: To The Winner  
AC Antonín Odehnal 53 Czechoslovakia TCH   Medal: For Merits  
AC Antonín Odehnal 53 Czechoslovakia TCH   Medal: Revers  
AC Arthur Dominique   Belgium BEL   Polo  
AC Arthur Dominique   Belgium BEL   Levrier courant  
AC Arvid Källström 39 Sweden SWE   The Triumpher  
AC Arvid Knöppel 40 Sweden SWE   Plate  
AC Betsy Muus   Belgium BEL   Goal Keeper  
AC Boris Blai 39 United States USA   Head of a Yachtman  
AC Chris van der Hoef 56 Netherlands NED   Olympic Medal  
AC Chris van der Hoef 56 Netherlands NED   Aviation Medal I  
AC Chris van der Hoef 56 Netherlands NED   Aviation Medal II  
AC Carl Eldh 59 Sweden SWE   The Dance  
AC Carl Eldh 59 Sweden SWE   Sitting Girl  
AC Carl Elmberg 42 Sweden SWE   The Untamed Horse  
AC Carl Hallsthammar 38 United States USA   The Swat King  
AC Carl Hallsthammar 38 United States USA   Safe  
AC Carl Hallsthammar 38 United States USA   Football  
AC Chaim Gross 28 United States USA   Acrobates  
AC Conrad Carlman 41 Sweden SWE   Discus Thrower  
AC Constantin Starck 66 Germany GER   Golfspielerinnen A  
AC Constantin Starck 66 Germany GER   Golfspielerinnen B  
AC David Evans 39 Great Britain GBR   Football Panel  
AC Édouard Fraisse 52 France FRA   Athlete  
AC Edward Hald 48 Sweden SWE   Bowl: Skater  
AC Edwin Grienauer 39 Austria AUT   Medaille des Österreichischen Automobil Club  
AC Edwin Grienauer 39 Austria AUT   Eckart-Bund Medaille  
AC Edwin Grienauer 39 Austria AUT   Nike (Fünfkampf-Medaille)  
AC Edwin Grienauer 39 Austria AUT   Neptun (Wassersport-Medaille)  
AC Edwin Grienauer 39 Austria AUT   Sprinter im Endspurt  
AC Edwin Grienauer 39 Austria AUT   Europameisterschafts-Medaille im Kunstlauf für Damen  
AC Edwin Grienauer 39 Austria AUT   Abzeichen für staatlich geprüfte Skilehrer  
AC Edwin Grienauer 39 Austria AUT   Ruderer (Sport-Medaille)  
AC Edwin Everett Codman 55 United States USA   Glenna Collett hors concours
AC Edwin Everett Codman 55 United States USA   Bobby Jones und Glenna Collett (Book-ends)  
AC Eiichi Kawasaki   Japan JPN   The Dash  
AC Einar Utzon-Frank 44 Denmark DEN   The Archer  
AC Tolles Chamberlin 59 United States USA   The Bather  
AC Franciszek Masiak 25 Poland POL   Cup (silver)  
AC Franciszek Strynkiewicz 38 Poland POL   Repose (bronze)  
AC François Clémencin 53 France FRA   Diane Chasseresse  
AC Frank Ingels 46 United States USA   The Young Boatman  
AC Frank Jirouch 54 United States USA   The Shot Putter  
AC Frank Jirouch 54 United States USA   The Hammer Thrower  
AC Gaston D'Illiers 56 France FRA   Polo Player hors concours
AC Gerhard Marcks 43 Germany GER   Boxergruppe  
AC Gösta Carell 44 Sweden SWE   Military Athletics  
AC Graham Douglas 53 United States USA   The Pause Before Action  
AC Hans Schwegerle 50 Germany GER   Ehrenpreis der Reichsregierung  
AC Henri Raphaël Moncassin 49 France FRA   La Joie des Sports  
AC Henry Lion 31 United States USA   Discobolus  
AC Herbert Garbe 44 Germany GER   Schwimmerin  
AC Hermon Atkins MacNeil 66 United States USA   Indian Runner hors concours
AC Hermon Atkins MacNeil 66 United States USA   Hopi Medal  
AC Hugo Liisberg 36 Denmark DEN   The Hunters  
AC Jan Kavan 27 Czechoslovakia TCH   High Jump  
AC Jessie Herron 31 United States USA   Atalanta  
AC John Lundqvist 49 Sweden SWE   Sailor Skating  
AC Josef Bock 49 Austria AUT   Wellenreiterin  
AC Josef Drahoňovský 55 Czechoslovakia TCH   Glass Cup for Sokol Congress  
AC Josef Drahoňovský 55 Czechoslovakia TCH   Cup with Archers  
AC Josef Drahoňovský 55 Czechoslovakia TCH   Vase with Archers  
AC Josef Mařatka 58 Czechoslovakia TCH   Athlete  
AC Josef Mařatka 58 Czechoslovakia TCH   Marathon Runner  
AC Josef Mařatka 58 Czechoslovakia TCH   The Shield  
AC Josef Mařatka 58 Czechoslovakia TCH   Rhythmical Dance  
AC Josef Mařatka 58 Czechoslovakia TCH   Greek Dance  
AC Josef Thorak 43 Austria AUT   Sport Girl of 1932  
AC Josef Thorak 43 Austria AUT   Portrait of Max Schmeling  
AC Josef Wackerle 52 Germany GER   Verfassungsplakette 1929  
AC K. George   United States USA   Crewman  
AC K. George   United States USA   Boxer  
AC Karel Lidický 32 Czechoslovakia TCH   Goal Keeper  
AC Karl Skoog 53 United States USA   Over the Bar  
AC Karol Tchorek 27 Poland POL   Cup (silver)  
AC Kooyu Fujii 49 Japan JPN   The Golf  
AC Kyushichi Miyajima   Japan JPN   Rugby  
AC Leonard Craske 53 United States USA   Portrait Statuette, Maribel Y. Vinson, American Champion  
AC Louis Botinelly 49 France FRA   Footballeur  
AC Louis Malespina 58 France FRA   Trotteur  
AC Marcel Mérignargues   France FRA   Boxeur  
AC Marian Brackenridge 29 United States USA   Tennis - Overhead Smash  
AC Marian Gobius 22 Netherlands NED   Half-time  
AC Max Laeuger 67 Germany GER   Keramikschale  
AC Max Laeuger 67 Germany GER   Hochrelief  
AC Merrell Gage 39 United States USA   The Shot Put  
AC Michel Jungblut 45 Luxembourg LUX   Goalkeeper  
AC Naoya Takei 39 Japan JPN   A Leap  
AC Oskar Gloeckler 38 Germany GER   Fechterplakette  
AC Oskar Gloeckler 38 Germany GER   Boxer  
AC Oskar Gloeckler 38 Germany GER   Leichtathletik  
AC Oskar Thiede 53 Austria AUT   Läufer  
AC Oskar Thiede 53 Austria AUT   Diskuswerfer  
AC Otto Hofner 53 Austria AUT   Boxer  
AC Otto Placzek 48 Germany GER   Sport Medal I (obverse and reverse)  
AC Otto Placzek 48 Germany GER   Sport-prize  
AC Otto Placzek 48 Germany GER   Sport Medal II (obverse and reverse)  
AC Otto Schnitzer   Germany GER   Little Sporting (figures) Scultpures  
AC Paul Gruson 36 Germany GER   Viktori auf der Weltkugel  
AC Paul Gruson 36 Germany GER   Ringergruppe  
AC Paul Moreau-Vauthier 60 France FRA   Pécheur a l'epervie  
AC Paul Moreau-Vauthier 60 France FRA   Toreador  
AC Pierre Toulgouat 31 France FRA   Runner hors concours
AC Pierre Toulgouat 31 France FRA   Football Tackle hors concours
AC Pierre Toulgouat 31 France FRA   Hurdler hors concours
AC Pierre Toulgouat 31 France FRA   Skater hors concours
AC René Daemen   Belgium BEL   Vitesse  
AC Richard Demeyer 41 Belgium BEL   Coupe  
AC Roger Noble Burnham 55 United States USA   Victory  
AC Rudolf Bosselt 61 Germany GER   Verfassungsplakette 1931  
AC Saburo Hamada 39 Japan JPN   A Memorial of Olympic Athletic Meeting  
AC Seibo Kitamura 47 Japan JPN   The Repose (Boxing)  
AC Sigurd Forchhammer 26 Denmark DEN   A Shot Putter  
AC Simon Gate 49 Sweden SWE   Vase: Fishing  
AC Stig Blomberg 30 Sweden SWE   Two Sisters  
AC Stig Blomberg 30 Sweden SWE   Wrestler  
AC Terzo Polazzo   Italy ITA   L'Ostacolista  
AC Theodor von Gosen 59 Germany GER   Kampfspielmedaille, Breslau 1930  
AC Thyra Boldsen 48 Denmark DEN   Genius of Gymnastics  
AC Thyra Boldsen 48 Denmark DEN   The Start  
AC Toon Dupuis 55 Netherlands NED   Boxer  
AC Toon Dupuis 55 Netherlands NED   Stone-Caster  
AC Tore Strindberg 50 Sweden SWE   Girl  
AC Victor Demanet 37 Belgium BEL   Perch Shooting  
AC Victor Demanet 37 Belgium BEL   Pr. Piccard-Kipfer (Medals)  
AC Vicke Lindstrand 27 Sweden SWE   Vase: Pearl Fisher (swimmer)  
AC Vicke Lindstrand 27 Sweden SWE   Paper-weight: Football Goalkeeper  
AC Vicke Lindstrand 27 Sweden SWE   Vase: Riders  
AC Waldemar Raemisch 43 Germany GER   Medaille (Plakette für den Olympischen Kongress Berlin 1930)  
AC Walker Hancock 31 United States USA   Roman Boxer  
AC Warren Wheelock 52 United States USA   Pugilist  
AC William Zorach 45 United States USA   Football Player  
AC Wojciech Jastrzębowski 48 Poland POL   Cup I (silver)  
AC Wojciech Jastrzębowski 48 Poland POL   Cup II (silver)  
AC Yoshioki Hasegawa 40 Japan JPN   Throwing the Discus  
AC Yuhachi Ikeda 45 Japan JPN   Three Months  
AC Yuhachi Ikeda 45 Japan JPN   The Horse Race at Kamo  
AC Jitsuzo Hinago 39 Japan JPN   Rugby  
AC Valère De Moer   Belgium BEL   Insigns  
AC Valère De Moer   Belgium BEL   Coupe metal  
AC Valère De Moer   Belgium BEL   Bouchon radiateur I  
AC Valère De Moer   Belgium BEL   Bouchon radiateur II  
AC Philip Sears 64 United States USA   Caddie hors concours
AC Philip Sears 64 United States USA   Pumanangwet (He Who Shoots the Stars)  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   Four Masks of Facial Expression  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   The Athlete  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   The Pole Vaulter  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   The Javelin Cast  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   The Flying Sphere  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   The Competitor  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   The Relay Runner  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   The Modern Discus Thrower  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   The Plunger I  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   The Ice Bird  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   The Suppl Juggler  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   The Sprinter  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   The Onslaught - Football Group  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   The Joy of Effort  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   The Punt  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   The Line Play  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   The Triumph of Flight  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   The Plunger II  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   Watching Pole Vault  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   Shot Putter Preparing  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   Shot Putter Resting  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   Shot Putter Ready  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   Shot Putter, The Hop  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   High Jumper, Cleaning Shoe  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   Pair of Knife Rests  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   The Tackle  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   Wounded  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   The Modern Discus Thrower (sketch)  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   The Double Tackle  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   The Doorknocker Acrobat  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   Relay No. 1 (sketch)  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   Relay No. 2 (sketch)  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   Winded  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   The Winner  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   The Champion  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   The Contortionist  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   Why Not (No. 1)  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   Why Not (No. 2)  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   The Upright Discus Thrower  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   Medals and Medallions (21)  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   Pair of Candle Sticks (silver plated)  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   Brothers of the Wind  
AC Tait McKenzie 65 Canada CAN   The Eight  
AC Jakub Obrovský 49 Czechoslovakia TCH   Volley Ball  
AC Gerhard Henning 52 Denmark DEN   Studies in Sporting Figures (drawings) I  
AC Gerhard Henning 52 Denmark DEN   Studies in Sporting Figures (drawings) II  
AC Gerhard Henning 52 Denmark DEN   Studies in Sporting Figures (drawings) III  
AC Miltiades Manno 53 Hungary HUN   Old English Style (rowing)  
AC Miltiades Manno 53 Hungary HUN   The Victor (rowing)  
AC Miltiades Manno 53 Hungary HUN   The Finish (rowing)  
AC Miltiades Manno 53 Hungary HUN   Start of the Sprinter  
AC Miltiades Manno 53 Hungary HUN   Military Sport Competition Medal  
AC Miltiades Manno 53 Hungary HUN   Medal of the National Sporting News for the Best Sportsman  
AC Miltiades Manno 53 Hungary HUN   For the Jubilee of the Hungarian Football Federation  
AC Miltiades Manno 53 Hungary HUN   College Sport Medal  
AC Miltiades Manno 53 Hungary HUN   Medal of Professional Footballists  
AC Józef Klukowski 38 Poland POL   Sport Sculpture I  
AC Antoni Kenar 25 Poland POL   Shooting (bronze)  
AC Hunt Diederich 48 United States USA   The Race Horse  
AC Hunt Diederich 48 United States USA   Diana  
AC Dudley Talcott 33 United States USA   Six Day Bike Racer  
AC Mahonri Mackintosh Young 54 United States USA   The Winner  
AC Mahonri Mackintosh Young 54 United States USA   A Right to the Jaw hors concours
AC Mahonri Mackintosh Young 54 United States USA   Groggy hors concours
AC Mahonri Mackintosh Young 54 United States USA   Joe Gans  
AC Mahonri Mackintosh Young 54 United States USA   Bob Fitzsimmons  
AC Mahonri Mackintosh Young 54 United States USA   Bantams hors concours
AC Mahonri Mackintosh Young 54 United States USA   On the Button hors concours
AC Abastenia St. Leger Eberle 54 United States USA   Winged Feet hors concours
AC Harriet Frishmuth 51 United States USA   Speed hors concours
AC Harriet Frishmuth 51 United States USA   Star hors concours
AC Henry Hering 58 United States USA   Championship Medal for Golf hors concours
AC Charles Keck 56 United States USA   La-crosse Player hors concours
AC Julio Kilenyi 47 United States USA   Olympic Commemorative Medal hors concours
AC Paul Manship 46 United States USA   Indian Runner hors concours
AC Paul Manship 46 United States USA   Atalanta hors concours
AC Edward McCartan 52 United States USA   Diana hors concours
AC Charles Niehaus 77 United States USA   Caestus hors concours
AC Charles Niehaus 77 United States USA   Strigil hors concours
AC Brenda Putnam 42 United States USA   Javelin Thrower hors concours
AC Brenda Putnam 42 United States USA   Athlete hors concours
AC Brenda Putnam 42 United States USA   Girl With Palm (Trophy) hors concours

Mixed Unknown Event

Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Los Angeles Museum of History, Science and Art, Los Angeles, California
Date Started: July 30, 1932
Date Finished: August 14, 1932

Summary

For fifteen 1932 artists, it is unknown in which of the events or even disciplines they were entered. Some of them were known as painters or sculptors, but details about their entries are missing.

Final Standings

 
Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal Title  
AC Juan Gavazzo 43 Argentina ARG   La Chasse hors concours
AC Juan Gavazzo 43 Argentina ARG   La Peche hors concours
AC José Orozco 48 Mexico MEX   Athlete Resting hors concours
AC Ángel Zárraga 45 Mexico MEX   Three Soccer Players hors concours
AC Julio Berrocal 35 Peru PER   Hunting Condor hors concours
AC Romano Espinosa 33 Peru PER   Chasqui Runner hors concours
AC Romano Espinosa 33 Peru PER   Indian Hunter hors concours
AC Elie Cristo-Loveanu 39 Romania ROU   Portrait of Thomas Hitchcock hors concours
AC Elie Cristo-Loveanu 39 Romania ROU   Portrait of Miss Fox hors concours
AC Pedro de Matheu 32 El Salvador ESA   Discobole hors concours
AC Pedro de Matheu 32 El Salvador ESA   Athlete at Rest hors concours
AC Pedro de Matheu 32 El Salvador ESA   Diver hors concours
AC Pedro de Matheu 32 El Salvador ESA   Javelin Thrower hors concours
AC Pedro Figari 71 Uruguay URU   Bull Fight hors concours
AC Pedro Figari 71 Uruguay URU   Going to Races hors concours
AC Pedro Figari 71 Uruguay URU   Traveling hors concours
AC Pedro Figari 71 Uruguay URU   Amazon hors concours
AC Pedro Figari 71 Uruguay URU   Country Races hors concours
AC Alberto Egea 30 Venezuela VEN   The Divers hors concours
AC Maia Wiig-Hansen 52 Norway NOR   Clubroom for Sportsmen hors concours
AC Hans Swansee 30 Switzerland SUI   Fencer hors concours
AC Ramón de Zubiaurre 49 Spain ESP   Sailors of Ondorroa hors concours
AC Kiril Shivarov 45 Bulgaria BUL   Joueur au Ballon hors concours
AC Georgi Karakashev 33 Bulgaria BUL   Sports Poster hors concours
AC Mehmet Saıp   Turkey TUR   Sailing hors concours
AC Mehmet Saıp   Turkey TUR   Football hors concours
 

 

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