University of Delaware photographs of artists
55 photographs of artists and other individuals associated with the Avant-Garde movement in America, 1910-1925.
Richard Ettinghausen Papers
This collection including working papers of Ettinghausen. There are also many photographs of metal work, manuscripts, and paintings.
Judith K. Zilczer Papers
This accession consists of Judith K. Zilczer's personal research correspondence with professional organizations, universities, and individuals in the art world; papers written by Zilczer and presented at symposiums; and subject files on contemporary artists and art history.
Lorser Feitelson lectures recorded by Bonnie Trotter
Twelve informal lectures on art history and theory, as well as critiques of student's work delivered Oct. 1973-Sept. 1974, by Lorser Feitelson, in the home of his student, Bonnie Trotter.
James Turnure photographs and writings
Black and white photographs and snapshots of France and Italy, presumably taken by James Turnure during one of his visits to Europe to see poet George Santayana. Turnure and Santayana are pictured in a few of the photographs. Also included are writings, presumably by Turnure, about visiting Rome and Sorrento …
Oral history interview with Robert Pincus-Witten
Naumann, Francis M.
93 Pages (Transcript)
An interview with Robert Pincus-Witten, conducted 2016 March 23-24, by Francis M. Naumann for the Archives of American Art at Pincus-Witten's home in New York, New York.
Oral history interview with Stanton L. Catlin
O'Connor, Francis V.
An interview of Stanton Catlin conducted 1989 July 1-September 14, by Francis V. O'Connor, for the Archives of American Art.
This accession consists of audiovisual materials recorded or collected by the Office of Public Programs to be used in programs at the National Museum of American Art (NMAA). Some of the materials come from when the office was known as the Department of Education and from when the museum was …
Oral history interview with Raymond E. Lewis
Karlstrom, Paul J.
An interview of Raymond E. Lewis conducted 1981 Dec. 7-1982 Jan. 7, by Paul J. Karlstrom, for the Archives of American Art.
Walter Horn papers
The papers of art historian and World War II Monuments Man Walter W. Horn measure 2.7 linear feet and date from 1908 to 1992, with the bulk of material dating from 1943 to 1950. Walter Horn taught art history at the University of California, Berkeley from 1938 to his retirement in 1974. During World War II, Horn served as Head of the U. S. Army Intelligence Unit of the Monuments, Fine Arts, and Archives Section (MFAA.) The papers contain biographical materials; professional correspondence; records documenting his service in the MFAA; administrative files relating to his work at the University of California, Berkeley; and scattered photographs.