Boston College Libraries
The Eric Gill collection includes sketches, drawings, and engravings by Gill, as well as publications, ephemera, and some correspondence. There are also several woodcut printing blocks, a stone tablet and a plaster block, and rubbings of stone carvings
Clemson University - Robert Muldrow Cooper Library
The collection contains 70 black and white prints of sculptures located in Brookgreen Gardens, and an envelope containing five pamphlets. The collection is arranged numerically according to a "List of Photographs" found in the file. Each numbered photograph is also labeled with the title of the sculpture and the name of the sculptor. The pamphlets are printed material from 1936 and 1937, with two describing Brookgreen Gardens in general terms, and three describing sculptures by particular artists, Chester Beach, Allan Clark and Carl Paul Jennewein
University of Kansas - Kenneth Spencer Research Library
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Collection contains Wilde's papers including correspondence pertaining to personal affairs; political concerns including the negotiations of John Forsyth for the cession of Florida; legal matters; and American sculpture. There are also two poems by Wilde. A volume contains poems by Wilde and others, including several translations by Wilde from Italian
Minuteman Library Network
Hosmeriana: A Guide to Works by and About Harriet G. Hosmer, by Joseph L. Curran; and five v. entitled "Harriet Goodhue Hosmer: Collected Sources," edited by Curran, containing information taken from books, periodicals, and miscellaneous printed sources, and correspondence concerning Hosmer. "Harriet Hosmer: Collected Sources," edited by Curran (c1974 by the Watertown Free Public Library), consisting of photographs, mainly of works by Hosmer, but also including photographs of Hosmer and of portraits of Hosmer, photographs of diplomas, and a photograph of her father, Dr. Hiram Hosmer
Colorado College - Tutt Library
An array of materials pertaining to the General William Jackson Palmer Memorial, and the association that guided its funding, design, and construction -- Includes founding documents, by-laws, and minutes of association meetings; materials and correspondence pertaining to funding, general history, and construction of the Palmer memorial; and photographs of the memorial design, work-in-progress, and completed base and statue, as well as a blueprint of the base
Harvard University - Fine Arts Library
Black-and-white photographic and photomechanical prints collected over a period of 100 years from many different sources for the study and teaching of the history of sculpture at Harvard University and its art museums. This part of the Core Photograph Collection of the Fine Arts Library documents the sculpture of the Western world, including Islamic sculpture, with an emphasis on Classical, Romanesque, and Renaissance styles of sculpture. Images show busts, statues, reliefs, and other forms of sculpture created from wood, marble, bronze, terra cotta, and other mostly traditional materials. Many works are depicted in museums, including the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, New York Metropolitan Museum, British Museum, Musée du Louvre, Vatican Museum, National Archaeological Museum of Athens, and Iraq Museum in Baghdad; other works, such as reliefs, monuments, and memorials are in situ. Famous sculptors from Donatello, Michelangelo, and Bernini to Rodin, Picasso, and Alexander Calder are ... Read More
New Hampshire Historical Society
The collection is an inventory of the public outdoor sculpture of New Hampshire and is made up of survey forms and photographs
Getty Research Institute
Material comprises video recordings of an oral history interview with Melvin Edwards conducted by Andrew Perchuk and Rani Singh in New York, New York on July 16, 2010. This includes discussions of Edwards' life and work. The Getty Research Institute (GRI) hosted events and conducted oral histories inspired by the "Modern Art in Los Angeles" theme beginning in 2003. Beginning in 2012 much of the research and product generated by the GRI's Modern Art in Los Angeles activities became intertwined with the Getty's initiative, "Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A.," which focused on postwar art (1945-1980) in Los Angeles
Getty Research Institute
Collection consists of two manuscript volumes and one volume of engravings and drawings for Seroux d'Agincourt's history of architecture and art in the Middle Ages, with a volume of ca. 127 letters and documents sent between the author, his editors and publisher. The letters concern publication of the work, and the decision to deposit the original manuscripts in the Vatican Library. Included also is a small file of papers regarding the sale of the volumes in the early 1900s. With the volume of engravings and drawings is included 16 pages of handwritten text. The work was eventually published in 24 parts between 1810 and 1823 by Treutttel & Würtz

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