Yale University - Visual Resources Collection6.3 linear feet (4 containers)Collection of Chinese Art and Architecture slides consisting of the following sub-collections: (700-1) Paintings from Collections in the People’s Republic of China, (700-2) National Palace Museum Slide Sets, (700-3) Asian Art Photograph Distribution (AAPD) Slide Sets, (700-4) Wu Guanzhong Painting Slide Collection, (700-5) Jade Studio Exhibition (YUAG) Slide Set, (700-6) Mu Xin Painting Slide Set, (700-7) Nanjing Architecture Slide Set, (700-8) Ming Ceramics Slide Set, (700-9) Bada Shanren Painting Slide Set.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Yale University - Visual Resources Collection5 linear feet (21 boxes, 4 containers)Collection of 2,051 slides of painting, sculpture, architecture, and decorative arts, from Cambodia, Indonesia, India, Japan, Laos, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Vietnam requested by Professor Mimi Hall Yiengpruksawan ca. 2000-2005. Some basic identifying information given in English on slide mounts or guide cards.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Yale University - Visual Resources Collection1.25 linear feet (3 boxes)Slides of monuments and scenary on travels to Mexico, Britain, France, the Netherlands, Italy and Greece. Photographer is Eugene M. Waith, emeritus Professor of English Literature at Yale University. No identification on the slides. Minimal identification supplied by accompanying lists.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Yale University - Visual Resources Collection8.8 linear feet (21 boxes)Collection consists of lantern slides of architecture, mostly Gothic and mostly European. They are fully identified on the labels. Most of the views seem to be stock photography from sources such as Alinari.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Yale University - Visual Resources Collection4 boxes (2.17 linear feet)Photographic survey of buildings in Venice and the Veneto (Chioggia, Padua), mostly ecclesiastical architecture and sculpture, by the firm of Osvaldo Böhm, Fotografo Editore, Veneiza, S. Moise 1349-50. Photographs stamped on the reserve with Böhm inventory numbers, handwritten subject identification in Italian. Some duplicates. A few photographs are not stamped “Böhm” but are from otherwise identifiable sources including Alinari, Gabinetto Fotografico Nazionale (Rome), etc.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Yale University - Visual Resources Collection4.6 linear feet (14 boxes)Collection consists of black and white glass lantern slides of the arts of Islam, including architecture, ceramics, illuminated manuscripts, numismatics, and textiles. Includes material from India and Spain. Some categories reflect the use of older place names (e.g. Persia).Contact InformationFinding Aid
Yale University - Visual Resources Collection23 boxes (11.9 linear feet)Research photographs, correspondence, notes, and typescripts of Charles Seymour Jr. deposited in the Visual Resources Collection upon his death in 1977. This collection is comprised of study and publication photographs principally associated with Seymour’s Pelican History of Art Volume: Sculpture in Italy, 1400-1500, Baltimore, 1st ed. 1966. Additional materials are associated with his research on Noyon Cathedral as well as a wide array of interests in European post-Renaissance sculpture. The boxed collection reflects the arrangement and order of the storage cabinets in the Visual Resources Collection at the time of its transfer to the Library Shelving Facility in 2008. Although the material may have been reorganized several times, the arrangement appears to reflect the order in which the material was received from the office of Charles Seymour, Jr. Many photographs are Alinari stock or major monuments within Charles Seymour’s areas of expertise.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Yale University - Visual Resources Collection15 linear feet (85 boxes in 15 containers)Collection consists of color and black and white 35 mm slides of Pre-Columbian arts, including architecture, sculpture, textiles and illuminated manuscripts from Mexico, Central America, and the Andean region of South America.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Yale University - Visual Resources Collection11 boxes (4.6 linear feet)Gift of Lydia Tunnard (Mrs. Christopher Tunnard), from the estate of her brother. Miscellaneous collection of mounted black and white photographs, mostly Alinari photographs of well-known monuments. Some material periodically removed from this collection and filed with general collection. Many photographs are faded.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Yale University - Visual Resources Collection11 boxes 17.4 linear feetCollection of medium format mounted black and white and color reproductions of Western applied and decorative arts, predominantly European. Content varies from original photographic prints to reproductions from magazines and other published sources. Some sections have accompanying clippings folders.Contact InformationFinding Aid
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