University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
Manuscripts, correspondence, financial and legal documents, address books, and personal papers make up the Gertrude Stein Collection. The material was collected by Alice B. Toklas after Stein's death and includes a large amount of Toklas's incoming correspondence
National Gallery of Canada
The box: from Duchamp to Horn (1995, Edition Ubu 1) -- Joseph Beuys: signed posters + multiples (1995, Edition Ubu 2) -- Exposition internationale du surrélisme, Galerie Beaux-Arts, Paris 1938: an homage (1995, Edition Ubu 3) -- Helmut Löhr: visual text photographs, collages, books & objects (1995, Edition Ubu 4) -- Hans Bellmer: photographs & drawings (1995, Edition Ubu 5) -- Yoko Ono: drawings from Franklin Summer and blood objects from Family Album (1995, Edition Ubu 6) -- George Maciunas: more than Fluxus. Graphic design, objects & ephemera (1996, Edition Ubu 8) -- Pierre Molinier: fetish performance photographs, collages, photomontages (1996, Edition Ubu 9) -- Gary Brotmeyer: "thanks for the fish!" (1997, Edition Ubu 11) -- Jindrich Styrsky: Emilie comes to me in a dream and eroticism in surrealist photography & collage: 1929-1948 (1997, Edition Ubu 12) -- One-line drawing (1997) -- Sol Lewitt: works of the 60s and 70s (1997, Edition Ubu 13) -- Glorious gardens -- Alfred ... Read More
Baltimore Museum of Art - Archives and Manuscripts Collections
Claribel Cone (1864-1929), doctor and art collector
Baltimore Museum of Art - Archives and Manuscripts Collections
The Barbara Young (1920- ) Papers reflect the artistic activities of the Baltimore artist who had friendships with artist, Lowell Nesbitt (1933 -1993), and collector, Janet Wurtzburger (1908-1973). The papers consist of a small amount of correspondence, printed materials and photographic prints while containing a large amount of color slides. The material covers the period 1964 to 1993 with the bulk of the material from the 1970s and 1980s. The majority of correspondence is between Lowell Nesbitt and The Baltimore Museum of Art. The Nesbitt correspondence sheds light on both artists'́₉ working processes, observations and friendship. It can be gleaned from Dr. Young'́₉s papers that Lowell Nesbitt painted several paintings directly from Young's photographs during the 1960s. A moderate amount of printed material includes interviews and gallery exhibitions relating to Nesbitt. The Baltimore Museum of Art correspondence relates primarily to Dr. Young's 1977 exhibition Timberlane: The ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, diaries, sketchbooks, artwork, photos, and family papers. Correspondents include Enid Bagnold, Gordon Craig, Walter De La Mare, Holbrook Jackson, Tamara Karsavina, E.V. Lucas, Harold Monro, and Jack Yeats
Baltimore Museum of Art - Archives and Manuscripts Collections
The Exhibitions Photographs Collection contains photographs of exhibitions at the Baltimore Museum of Art from 1923 to 2008. As not all BMA exhibitions were originally photographed, not all exhibitions are included in this collection, and the volume of materials ranges widely between exhibitions. The collection primarily includes exhibitions from the Museum⁰́₉s original temporary home at 101 W. Monument Street and the BMA Downtown gallery as well as the permanent Wyman Park location. In some cases, photographs of exhibitions at other institutions are included, such as traveling exhibitions that also visited the BMA. Some named exhibitions that took place in the Museum shop, the Member⁰́₉s Room or the Sales and Rental Gallery are included alongside regularly held exhibitions. General images for the Museum Shop catalog and the Sales and Rental Gallery are also included. Content mainly consists of gallery installation views, individual objects images, exhibition openings, and ... Read More
University of Nevada, Reno - Mathewson IGT Knowledge Center
Included in this collection are correspondence, subject files, and materials on various projects
Getty Research Institute
Assembled by James Breslin as he researched and wrote Mark Rothko: a biography (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993), the collection situates the Russian-born American painter and his work within broad artistic and historical contexts with particular emphasis on abstract expressionism and the New York art world from the 1920s through the 1960s. Also included in the collection are research materials regarding Dvinsk, Russia (now Daugavpils, Latvia) and Portland, Oregon, during Rothko's childhood. Among the individuals featured prominently in the collection are artists Robert Motherwell, Barnett Newman, Clyfford Still, Adolph Gottlieb, Milton Avery, and Max Weber, and critics Dore Ashton and Katharine Kuh
Getty Research Institute
Material comprises a video recording of an oral history interview with Shirley Blum conducted by Morgan Neville and Kristine McKenna called "The Cool School" (2008), a documentary film about Ferus Gallery and the generation of postwar artists it nurtured, and for which Blum served as moderator
Getty Research Institute
A series of letters to the art critic Rene Massat commenting on critical reviews, Bousquet's poetic intentions, publishers of Surrealist texts, and an edition of the writings of Alfred Jarry. Includes a 16 p. account of Bousquet's literary career and affiliation with the Surrealist movement, with detailed reflections on the nature of language and significant reference to Max Ernst, Jean Paulhan, and a surrealist group in Toulouse

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