Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center
Images of individuals, events, and locations, in the U.S., and other countries, chiefly created during the 19th century, many donated to President Rutherford B. Hayes and his wife, Lucy Webb Hayes, during his term as president of the U.S. (1877-1881) -- Subjects include sculpture; fires, earthquakes, and other disasters; events such as World's Columbian Exposition (Chicago), Pan American Exposition (Buffalo, N.Y.), and Saint Louis World's Fair; portaits of Rutherford B. Hayes, Lucy Webb Hayes, Webb C. Hayes, and other family members and various notables such as William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt; cities, parks and other locations in California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Wyoming, France, Germany, Italy, and elsewhere; scenes of war such as the Civil War, Spanish-American War, and the Boxer Rebellion; and interior photos of the White House
Preservation Society of Newport County
Photograph collection of William Waldon Ernst, photographer, and his wife, Alphonsine Thuot Ernst, an artist, who established a photo and portrait studio in Newport, R.I., by 1909 which operated under various names: William W. Ernst, Photographer, Ernst Camera Shop, and Ernst Studio. Its name was changed to Ernst Studio of Art when it was taken over in 1947 by their daughter Marie-Jeanne Ernst, also an artist. The studio was closed ca. 1962 -- Collection includes landscapes, architectural photographs, photos of original artwork, portraits, group and class portraits and snapshots, marine scenes, military and religious portraits, wedding portraits, sports photos, theatrical photos, and photographs of sculpture. Also includes several catalogs of Art Association of Newport which exhibited the work of Alphonsine and Marie-Jeanne Ernst
Baltimore Museum of Art - Archives and Manuscripts Collections
The Juried and Invitational Exhibitions Records were generated by staff and volunteers of the Baltimore Museum of Art in the process of planning and hosting exhibitions of the work of local and regional artists from 1936 to 1999. These records include correspondence, registration forms, lists of applicants, loan forms, meeting minutes, and catalogs. They contain a wealth of information about artists from Maryland, Washington, D.C., Delaware and other states in the Mid-Atlantic region, as well as the BMA's Artists Committee and external organizations such as the Artists' Union of Baltimore, the Baltimore Water Color Club, and Artists' Equity Association. Since the BMA's Inaugural Exhibition in 1923, the museum has served an important function in offering opportunities for local and regional artists to exhibit their work. In 1933 the BMA held the First Annual Exhibition of Maryland Painters, Sculptors and Printmakers. Organized and hosted by the BMA until 1992, the name of the ... Read More
Senator John Heinz History Center
The Sibyl Barsky Grucci Photographs are housed in one archival box. They consist primarily of photographic Images of Grucci's sculptures in wood, stone, and metal from throughout her career. There are also a few photographs of paintings and drawings by Grucci
University of Nevada, Reno - Mathewson IGT Knowledge Center
The Center for Basque Studies records consist of a poster about the National Basque Sheepherder Monument project, a proposal for the creation of a Consortium for the study of Basque women, and miscellaneous flyers and newspaper clippings about the Basque Studies Program
Getty Research Institute
Offering a marble of "The Girl taken by Surprise.".
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Two letters to Naum Gabo, one forwarding a portion of a letter from Emma Goldman (Feb. 22, 1939), containing her address and office hours, to which Guggenheim has added a brief note mentioning that she hopes to acquire one of Gabo's works for her museum. In the second letter (1940), Guggenheim discusses her method for purchasing works vis-à-vis negotiations for the acquisition of Gabo's work
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Collection is primarily correspondence between the sculptor and fellow artists, public figures and members of the art establishment, and concerns personal as well as business affairs. Mention of specific commissions is made
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Material comprises a video recording of an oral history interview with Helen Pashgian at the Pomona College Museum of Art on April 8th, 2010. The interview includes discussion with Rani Singh, Emma Richardson, Catherine Taft, Peter Kirby, and Morgan Kessler. Helen Pashgian discusses her life as an artist, including her various influences, techniques and artworks. The Getty Research Institute (GRI) hosted events and conducted oral histories inspired by the "Modern Art in Los Angeles" theme beginning in 2003. Much of the research and product generated by the GRI's Modern Art in Los Angeles activities have been incorporated into the Getty's larger initiative, "Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A.," which focused on postwar art (1945-1980) in Los Angeles
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In this statement, Lipchitz gives his opinion on these pieces which someone is buying or has bought from Kahnweiler. He recalls his participation in the making of the sculpture, and his relationship with Gris