Ilya Bolotowsky papers
Correspondence, exhibition catalogs, printed materials, writings, photograph and plays.
Wayne Quinn papers
Ten letters from Ilya Bolotowsky; nine photographs of Bolotowosky,eleven of his paintings, and two of Quinn's paintings.
[Louise Nevelson exhibition installation at Grand Central Moderns, Jan. 1958] [motion picture] / filmed by Ilya Bolotowsky
Installation of Louise Nevelson's premier exhibition at Grand Central Moderns, held January 4-23, 1958. The exhibition catalog cover is also shown. Nevelson appears briefly. Also found on videocassette copy is unrelated footage (3 min.) of Mitchell Siporin, copied to the same cassette during the transfer from motion picture film to video.
Oral history interview with Ilya Bolotowsky
Diller, Burgoyne, 1906-1965
Interview of Ilya Bolotowsky conducted 1968 March 24-April 7, by Paul Cummings, for the Archives of American Art.
Knute Stiles papers
Correspondence, sketches, collages, writings and printed material.
Ruth Abrams papers
The papers of New York based artist and educator Ruth Abrams measure 1.0 linear foot and date from 1934 to 1984. The collection includes correspondence, writings and notes, personal business records, printed material, and photographs.
Dorothy and Leo Rabkin papers
Rabkin, Dorothy, 1922-2008
Papers relating to Leo and Dorothy Rabkin as art collectors, as well as Leo Rabkin's work in painting and sculpture and with American Abstract Artists.
Giorgio Cavallon papers
Biographical information; correspondence; photographs; exhibition catalogs and announcements; monograph; scrapbooks; sketchbook; clippings; three small palettes on linen.
Esphyr Slobodkina papers
Bolotowsky, Ilya, 1907-1981
The papers of painter, sculptor, author, and illustrator Esphyr Slobodkina measure 1.9 linear feet and date from circa 1925 to 1995. Found within the papers are personal and professional correspondence, including letters from Ilya Bolotowsky, George L.K. Morris, and Paul Kelpe; writings, including a copy of the autobiography Notes for a Biographer (vol. 1); printed materials; photographs; and material on the American Abstract Artists, including administrative records, business correspondence, and publications.
Alfred Levitt papers
Correspondence, 1920-1984; biographical material, business records, 1951-1959, includes receipts for watercolors exhibited at New York museums and galleries, and a project proposal for a series of lectures on cave art; writings, ca. 1917-1971, includes poems by Levitt, two proposals for a Greenwich Village Cultural Center, an article for a new art magazine, and …