Patricia Monaco photographs of artists
Twenty photographs of artists Manuel Neri, Martin Metal, and Ed Hagedorn taken by photographer and friend of the artists, Patricia Monaco. Photographs are of the artists in their studios and at work, with friends, their works of art, and artists' models. Also included is brief published biographical information about each …
Alain Clement slides of artists
Slides of David Hockney working in his studio, Paloma Picasso and music promoter Bill Graham taken by Clement.
Frank Lieberman photographs of Ivan Albright
Four photographs of painter Ivan Albright (1897-1983) working on a self-portrait series in his Woodstock, Vermont studio.
[Chaim Gross] [graphic] / Bill Perlmutter, photographer
Shows sculptor Chaim Gross at work in his studio and of work in progress.
Photographs of Willem de Kooning
Thirteen black and white photographs taken on the same day of Willem de Kooning and a little girl, possibly his daughter Lisa. Photographer unknown.
Amelia Peabody papers
Correspondence; sketches; photographs of Peabody, her studio, models, and her sculpture; several reports prepared by Arthur D. Little, Inc., on materials used in Peabody's sculpture; and miscellany.
Theodore Monaghan papers
A scrapbook, containing clippings and photographs of Monaghan and his art works; 6 sketches; 2 clippings and 2 reproductions of works of art; and photographs of Monaghan in his studio and of his art works.
Abram Tromka papers
166 slides and photographs of Tromka's work; 3 photos of Tromka in his studio; a biographical sketch by Ann Tromka; 4 letters from Philip Evergood; 2 etching plates, 1 by Tromka and 1 by Jerome Myers; and correspondence with Syracuse University.
Grant B. and Evander Schley papers relating to Frederick S. Church
Letters, some with sketches of bears, and other animals written to Evander and Grant B. Schley from Frederick S. Church. Also included are some photos of Church in his studio. (Microfilm title: Frederick Stuart Church Papers.)
Emil Weddige papers
Correspondence, 1939-1973, with Ralston Crawford, and others; sketches, drawings & watercolors; essays; writings & lectures (many on lithography); lists of Weddige's works; exhibition catalogs and announcements; correspondence, notes, brochures, and miscellany relating to Michigan Artrain; and 200 photos of Weddige, his works and of his studio.