Senator John Heinz History Center
The Ruth Westerman collection on Samuel Rosenberg papers and photographs contain materials documenting the artistic and teaching career of Samuel Rosenberg, a prominent 20th century painter in Western Pennsylvania. Materials in the collection include news clippings, programs, photographs and correspondence. Much of the material concerns exhibitions and events that took place afterhis death in 1972. The collection includes newsclippings, programs, photographs and correspondence and is arranged in 5 series: Samuel Rosenberg materials; Ruth Westerman; her involvement in Rosenberg exhibitions, events and projects; Students of Samuel Rosenberg; and Audio-visual materials
University of California, Berkeley
Contains correspondence from Hans Hofmann's wife Maria (Miz) Hofmann to Margaret Jensen and other related items concerning Hans Hofmann's career. Correspondence topics include news about exhibitions and personal concerns. Other items include photocopies of Hofmann's lectures at Berkeley in 1931, brochures for the Hans Hofmann School of Fine Arts in New York City and Provincetown, and numerous major publications and clippings featuring articles about Hofmann and his work
Getty Research Institute
The interview focuses on the work of Richard Diebenkorn. Material comprises unedited video of an interview with Sarah Bancroft conducted in Newport Beach, California in June, 2011 by Andrew Perchuk as part of the Getty Research Institute's initiative, "Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A.," which focused on postwar art (1945-1980). Audio excerpts were used to produce material related to the initiative
Getty Research Institute
The Irving Sandler Papers comprehensively document the career of an American critic who chronicled and commented upon the contemporary art scene for five decades. The foundation of Sandler's biographical approach to art criticism is the informal interview or "conversation" with the artist; the archive comprises all Sandler's notes, transcripts, and audio tapes of these encounters. Though the core of the archive is the material about 1950s abstract expressionist artists, artists and art movements of subsequent decades are amply documented, with special attention to Alex Katz, Phillip Pearlstein, and Al Held. Sandler also took copious notes on panel discussions; such notes appear in several series, and form the foundation of the Art Professional series which, like the Artists series, spans five decades. Notes on panel discussions are also central to the Organizations and Associations series, and in particular to the documentation of the Artists' Club, of which Sandler was Program ... Read More
Getty Research Institute
The Sam Francis papers span the artist's entire life and include family and personal material as well as correspondence with friends and art institutions around the world. Francis' art-related businesses, the Litho Shop and Lapis Press, are well documented. There are also numerous prints, products, and art making tools
Getty Research Institute
"Sound and Space in the Rothko Chapel," a lecture and performance held at the Getty Center on March 23, 2005 explored the relationship between Mark Rothko, other Abstract Expressionist painters and composer Morton Feldman. A lecture by Thomas Crow preceded the musical performance of selected Feldman compositions by the Nimbus Ensemble
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Papers related to Tuchman's co-authoring with Emile de Antonio the book Painters Painting: A History of American Modernism in the Words of Those Who Created It (Abbeville Press, 1984). The book was based on uncut transcripts and the film script from de Antonio's 1972 film Painters Painting, inspired by the Museum of Modern Art's exhibition, New York Painting and Sculpture: 1940-1970, curated by Henry Geldzahler. Included are correspondence; transcripts of interviews conducted by de Antonio of painters, critics, curators, and collectors; notes; drafts of the book; and a subject card file
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
A typescript (42 p.) address delivered at the Corcoran Museum of Art, 1967, by Yunkers describing his student years in Russia, and later years in Germany, France, and Mexico, ca. 1917-1928, and relating political, social, and cultural events to the development of modern art. He describes Russia before and during the Revolution and Germany during the Weimar Republic. Also included are a resume; a critical bibliography of Yunkers work; typescripts of 2 articles; and clippings
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
The papers of New York art historian, museum director, curator, writer, and educator, Alan R. Solomon, measure 9.9 linear feet and date from 1907-1970, with the bulk of the material dating from 1944-1970. Through biographical material, correspondence, interview transcripts, writings and notes, teaching and study files, subject files, exhibition files, business records, printed material, and photographs, the collection documents Solomon's education, his early teaching appointments at Cornell University, and his subsequent direction of many diverse curatorial and research projects relating to contemporary American art, particularly the transition from Abstract Expressionism to later modern movements, and the thriving New York City art Scene
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
The collection includes some professional letters; slides, transparencies, and negatives of artwork; exhibition catalogs and announcements; and printed material including magazines and newspaper articles

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