Massachusetts Historical Society
Papers of Franklin Haven include bills and receipts, and letters to Haven from painter George P.A. Healy about his portrait of Daniel Webster. A letter from Healy to Webster is also included. A letter from H.H. Richardson urges the hiring of French sculptor Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi for work on the tower of the new Brattle Street (Fourth) Church in Boston (1871). The collection also contains bills and receipts and scattered correspondence of William Ballard of Framingham, Mass
Getty Research Institute
The archive comprises 37 letters by the French sculptor Émile-Antoine Bourdelle to the Italian art critic Ugo Ojetti, dating from September 1912 to March 1926. The letters contain detailed accounts regarding his work such as "Heracles the Bowman," "Penelope," "Bacchante," and his reliefs for the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées
Massachusetts Historical Society
Letters of Daniel Chester French to George R. White concerning work on French's relief sculpture of White; and later to White's sister, Mrs. Frederick T. Bradbury, concerning French's memorial to White, a fountain in the Public Garden, Boston, Mass
Lancaster County Historical Society - Archives
Collection contains correspondence, poetry, and newspaper articles
Getty Research Institute
In this letter addressed to an unidentified recipient, Victor Segoffin reports back the costs for reproducing a marble bust indicated to him by his preparator ("metteur au point")
Getty Research Institute
Collection includes three letters to the art critic, Philippe Gille (1885-1889) in which he requests a review citing verses by Le comte de Lisle written in honor of one of Christophe's works; he hopes to gain the attention of the Beaux-arts administrator Turquet; and he asks for an obituary of the engraver Edmond Hedouin. In the latter he also points out exhibited works of his own that best exemplify his technique in bronze
Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library
This collection reflects Helen Clay Frick's lifelong interest in the sculptor Jean Antoine Houdon and documents research concerning his life and works. The research files contain the work of Miss Frick, Frick Art Reference Library staff members, and outside consultants. The collection contains typed and handwritten research notes, correspondence, photographs, Frick Art Reference Library photo mounts, publications, newspaper and magazine clippings, typescript drafts, and correspondence related to both published and unpublished writings on Houdon. The records span the years 1802?-1976, with the bulk of documents dating from the 1930s-1940s and 1968-1972. Items dated before 1930 include three original documents in the Houdon Papers dating from the early 1800s, letters and notes of Charles Henry Hart (1890s-1909), and clippings and printed material (1883-1914)
Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library