Here’s another photo I bought from the Frank Hohenberger Photograph Collection at Indiana University. It shows Palette and Chisel Club members Otto Hake and Rudolph Ingerle–I love the old car. They must have been out on a painting trip somewhere, probably to Great Smoky Mountains–the tag on the grill of the car looks like it says “Bryson City,” which would be in North Carolina. It was probably on their painting trip of 1926.

Here’s another photo of Ingerle.

Today the Palette has examples of their work hanging in the lunch room, and you can find other examples of his work in the Union League Club, at the Vanderpoel Museum in Beverly, and in the Art Institute’s Ryerson Library (where they hang some of the best pieces in the museum’s collection, in my view).