Merton Clivette papers
Brief, handwritten biographical sketch of Clivette written by Gustave Nassuery, dated November 11, 1929; clippings; and reproductions of paintings by Clivette.
Mel Alexenberg papers
The papers of artist and art educator Mel Alexenberg measure 1.8 linear feet and date from circa 1950-1980. Included are correspondence, project files, sketches, notes, printed material and slides of works of art.
Sylvia Sleigh papers
Files containing correspondence, printed material and miscellany on the Women in the Arts Foundation, Inc., the Artists in Residence Gallery, and Soho 20, all in New York City; 196 photographs of Sleigh's paintings; catalogs, announcements, and clippings concerning Sleigh.
Robert Gwathmey writings
Two brief essays by Gwathmey entitled, "A Midsummer Night's Dream," and "Art for Art's Sake?" which, respectively, elaborate on the necessity in art to balance intellectual and intuitive tendencies, and, on the various philosophical and formal elements of painting as reflected in stylistic currents. Also included is a draft of …
William Von Schlegell papers
Notebook of excerpts from the letters of French impressionist painters, apparently prepared by Von Schlegell; occasional clippings and catalogs; and a letter from Lawrence Campbell, associate editor of Art News, to Von Schlegell's son concerning an exhibition of his father's work.
Oral history interview with Rudolf Baranik
Interview of Rudolf Baranik conducted by Lynn Katzman for the Archives of American Art "Art World in Turmoil" oral history project.
John Hovannes papers
Photographs, clay sketches and clippings, 1929-1966.
Isaac Soyer letters and photograph
A letter to Soyer from the Whitney Museum of American Art, January 5, 1938, enclosing payment for his painting "Employment Agency": a letter from the BIOGRAPHICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE WORLD, December 9, 1946, requesting biographical information; and a photograph of Soyer, 1940.
William Merritt Chase letter to John A. Stewart
Letter (with typescript) to John A. Stewart. Chase writes "I have the honor to accept the invitation to be one of the committee for the celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of Peace among English speaking peoples."
Bernard Simon papers
8 letters received; 26 exhibition catalogs and announcements; 2 certificates of award; and 6 miscellaneous printed items.