Robert Kostka papers
Kostka's résumé, 1993; correspondence, 1954-1955, between Kostka, Charles Biederman and Naum Gabo in which they discuss the philosophy of art in relation to Kostka's Institute of Design Master's Thesis topic (the changing concepts of space between 1913-1930); and clippings, 1989-1993.
Charles Burchfield letter to Persis W. Robertson
One page handwritten letter from Charles Burchfield, writing from Gardenville N.Y. to Persis Robertson in Des Moines, Iowa. Burchfield thanks Ms. Robertson for taking the time to write a kind letter about his artwork.
Louis Schaettle papers
Correspondence; clippings; photographs and reproductions of works; and pencil and watercolor sketches.
John Falconer letters
One letter to Maria Bartow Cole, from London; and a letter to Jasper Cropsey, October 14, 1847.
Frank J. Hecker inventory
An inventory of Hecker's art collection, listing the artist, date, size, title and location in Hecker's home. The collection includes oils, pastels, watercolors, prints, pottery, sculpture, porcelains, lacquers, and miscellaneous art objects. (The inventory is also microfilmed on reel D32).
Charles Burchfield letter to Louise Burchfield
Three page hand written, illustrated letter on one folded sheet from Charles Burchfield to his sister Louise. Burchfield painted a detail of his watercolor "Winter Bouquet" on the front of the card. Burchfield writes that he originally created a woodcut of "Winter Bouquet" but did not feel that it was …
Charles E. Burchfield letter and exhibition catalog
A photocopy of a letter from Charles Burchfield, circa 1959, including his explanation of the medium and subject matter of his watercolor "Great Cloud Shadow." The explanation accompanied the painting which the Wadsworth Atheneum acquired in 1960 from the Frank K.M. Rehn Gallery. Also found is an exhibition catalog, 1941.
John Marin autograph manuscript
Four page autograph manuscript draft enclosed in a hardback folio. Written in free verse by John Marin for the foreword to the monograph John Marin by MacKinley Helm. Marin muses on the subject of health and refers to himself repeatedly as "this critter myself."
Bror Julius Olsson (B.J.O.) Nordfeldt papers
Biographical material, correspondence, business records, writings and notes, printed material, scrapbooks, and photographs document Nordfeldt's career as a painter and instructor, and his widow's involvement after his death in exhibitions, biographies, and sales of his work.
Jacob Getlar Smith papers
American Artists' Congress
Drawings, caricatures, scrapbooks, correspondence, photographs, writings, and printed material.