Detroit Institute of Arts - Research Library & Archives
Wilfrid Laurier University Library
Getty Research Institute
A collection of letters from and relating to various English artists. Edward Henry Corbould letters from (mostly addressed to Henry Mogford of the Crystal Palace Company dating between 1846 and 1879) and notes: thirty-three pieces including a black-and-white photograph (portrait of Corbould), an engraving, two drawings, and an exhibition document for materials exhibited during the American Exhibition of British Art. Joseph Mallord William Turner letters: two pieces, one letter from Turner to Charles Stokes, his stock broker, that includes a wax seal and a watermark dated 1825, and one from Stokes dated 1853. William Holman Hunt letter to his friend and fellow artist Spencer Stanhope dated from Jerusalem, 1872 discussing Hunt's work The Shadow of Death (one piece). Roger Fry letter to Kenneth Clark dated 1925 (one piece)
Getty Research Institute
Collection includes 14 letters to James Little, ca 1893-1916; 12 to Herbert Gilchrist, 1908-1912; and one to Gleeson White, 1898
Morgan Library and Museum - Pierpont Morgan Library
The St. Paul's Cathedral collection (MA 420-424) includes autograph letters and documents from various people with some relation to St. Paul's Cathedral. Individual items in the collection are separately cataloged; other items have been removed from the volumes and are separately housed and individually cataloged. Volume 3 (MA 422) contains the following items: a receipt signed by William Sancroft, dated 1677 May 3 (MA 420.1); an undated autograph signature of Gilbert Sheldon (MA 420.2); a fragment of an autograph receipt signed by Sir James Thornhill, dated 1720 Apr. 27 (MA 420.3); and a printed pamphlet beginning, "You perceive by His Majesties Letters Patents for rebuilding the Cathedral Church of St. Pauls" (MA 422.3a)
Yale University
The collection primarily consists of an album filled with drawings, prints, ephemera, and manuscript poems, letters, dedicatory inscriptions, and notes collected or created by John Charles Denham. The album contains 107 small drawings and sketches in graphite, ink, and watercolor by prominent British artists from the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries such as Richard Parkes Bonington, John Flaxman, Sir Thomas Lawrence, Paul Sandby, J.M.W. Turner, and Benjamin West, as well as Denham's cohort in the Society of Young Painters: François Louis Thomas Francia, Thomas Girtin, Sir Robert Ker Porter, and Augustus Wall Callcott. Many of the drawings are signed but most are undated, and appear to have been added to the book between the early 1830s and the mid-1850s. Several bear small paper tags with references to unidentified "Old 'Water Colour' Society" volumes and folios. Among the drawings are portrait sketches of James Boswell, Maria Cosway, William Cowper, John Charles ... Read More
Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute
The Library's collection of study photographs and clippings contains reference photographs and clippings of art objects from a vast array of geographic locations. The collection contains photographs and clippings of sculpture, decorative arts, architecture (locations), and paintings/drawings/prints in the following geographic categories: American, British, French, German, Italian, the Low Countries, Scandinavian, Spanish, Swiss, Miscellaneous European/Western tradition, Egyptian, Ancient Civilization, Byzantine, African, Pre-Columbian American Art, Prehistoric, Near East, Far East, and Oceania. This collection began with the purchase of Willem Rudolf Juynboll's clippings collection, but was augmented in many ways and from several sources. Other major sources of material include the Duveen Collection, purchases from the Courtauld Institute, and an Alinari subscription. The collection also includes material from independent photographers and clippings from auction catalogues collected ... Read More
New York Public Library
Reproductive prints after Camille Corot, David Cox, Jules Dupre, J.M.W. Turner and William Wyld. Cityscapes, landscapes and waterscapes, including views of Hardwick Hall, Totnes, Venice, Verona and Vimoutiers
New York Public Library
Undated reminiscences of English playwright, drama critic, and author Henry Mackinnon Walbrook, describing the English stage and social customs during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, including sketches of drama critics Clement Scott and Mowbray Morris; the actor Sir Henry Irving; performances by Adelaide Ristori, Sara Bernhardt, the Kendals, Edward Terry, Nellie Farren, Mrs. Patrick Campbell, J. Forbes-Robertson, and others. Walbrook recollects his friendship with Arthur Stanley Cooke, poet and author of Sussex Down; a trip to Ireland; essays on the Ruskin-Turner friendship and Ruskin's correspondence with Mrs. Sophia Caroline Booth, Turner's housekeeper; and on the history of tennis. Typescript (carbon)
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Biographical material, correspondence, financial records, notes, writings, interview transcripts, exhibition files, a file for book "Art on a Public Scale", a file for the Times Square Project, art work, printed material, photographs, and audio-visual material reflect Kepes' career as a painter, muralist, designer, filmmaker, educator at the New Bauhaus (Chicago School of Design) and at M.I.T., and as founder of the Center for Advanced Visual Studies

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