Oral history interview with Eugene Berman
An interview of Eugene Berman conducted 1972 June 3-October 23, by Paul Cummings, for the Archives of American Art.
Joseph Brewer correspondence with Eugene Berman
Correspondence between Eugene Berman and Joseph Brewer mostly concerning Berman's work purchased by Brewer.
Eugene Berman papers
The papers of painter and theatrical set designer Eugene Berman date from 1926-1975 and measure 6.7 linear feet. Found within the papers are scattered letters, primarily postcards, from various colleagues including Juliet and Man Ray and Berman's brother Leonid. There are also notes, scattered artwork, printed material, and extensive photographs, many of Mexico.
Clarkson N. Potter papers
Potter's correspondence with Eugene Berman concerning the publication by Clarkson N. Potter, Inc. of THE GRAPHIC WORK OF EUGENE BERMAN (1971), including letters about the format, photographs, expenses and payment, and other matters. Also included are: correspondence with owners of Berman's work; with Russell Lynes regarding his forward to the book …
Leonid Berman papers
Biographical materials, journals, sketchbooks, drawings, and photographs.
Jane Sabersky papers
Letters from and material on Curt Valentin and Eugene Berman; and photographs of artists and others.
Howard Warshaw interview
An interview of Howard Warshaw conducted by Mark Ferrer. Warshaw speaks of the development of his career; influences; his personal philosophy of art; the study and teaching of drawing; and his thoughts on aristocratic vs. democratic art. He recalls Eugene Berman, Rico Lebrun and Julian Levi.
Oral history interview with Allen Porter
An interview of Allen Porter conducted 1967 May 24, by Butler Coleman, for the Archives of American Art. Porter speaks of his youth and educational background; his interest in photography; collectors; joining the Museum of Modern Art in 1937; films at the Museum; making films for the Army during World War II; art …
Ulfert Wilke papers
Diaries, correspondence, sketchbooks, drawings, photographs, printed material, and scrapbooks.
Oral history interview with Brooks Jackson
38 Pages (Transcript)
Interview of Brooks Jackson conducted 1976 Mar. 22, by Paul Cummings, for the Archives of American Art. Jackson speaks of his background; attending the American School of Ballet; why he stopped dancing; his recollections of Madame Hugo; Alexander Iolas' background and his memories of him; how he became interested in art; and …