Hanover College - Agnes Brown Duggan Library
The Adam Emory Albright Scrapbook was created by Adam Emory Albright, in which he recorded his media presence as an artist. It includes newspaper clippings, images, exhibition programs, pamphlets, catalogues, and correspondence documenting exhibitions, sale of paintings, reviews and critiques of Albright's work, correspondence, interviews with Albright discussing his art and background, Albright's Log House Studio, Albright's commentaries on art, prizes, sculpture, travel, and art organizations. The collection also contains photographs of his children Ivan and Malvin
Cleveland Public Library
August F. Biehle, Jr. (1885-1979) was an American Modernist painter. Biehle was Born in Cleveland, the son of Christina (Mussler) and August F. Biehle, Sr. Biehle trained as an apprentice decorator with his father for the firm of Rorimer Brooks. He went to Europe in 1903 to study painting in Paris and at the Kunstgeverbeschule in Munich. Upon his return to Cleveland in 1905 Biehle went to work for the Sherwin Williams Company. He was a lithographer for Otis Lithography and Continental Lithography Corporation where he remained from 1913-52. Biehle was a member of the Kokoon Arts Club in Cleveland, Ohio, which was founded in 1911 by a group of young Cleveland artists including William Sommer, Carl Moellmann, Morris Grossman, Elmer Brubeck, and Harry Stebner
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
School of The Art Institute of Chicago - John M. Flaxman Library
School of The Art Institute of Chicago - John M. Flaxman Library
School of The Art Institute of Chicago - John M. Flaxman Library
School of The Art Institute of Chicago - John M. Flaxman Library
University of California, Berkeley
Albums prepared by Justine Jones Fixel with text and color photographs documenting her paintings and constructions. Artwork depicted dates from 1946-2002. Much of the text is autobiographical, chiefly regarding her influences and the inspirations for her artwork
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Student notebook, 1824: notes from the writings of famous artists, comments on the work of Thomas Sully, and conclusions on his own experiments in shading; blotter, 1825-1852: financial and personal diary, with notes on "Pat Lyon the Blacksmith," his courtship with Mary Chester Sully, family matters, and personal affairs; memoranda of articles loaned by J. Neagle, 1827-1861: a record of the books, paintings, engravings, and cash lent to other artists and engravers; and cashbook, 1832-1842: household and business accounts
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Diary describes daily activities, paintings begun, some social activities and daily weather reports