Cole's notes in Dunlap's History of the rise and progress of the arts of design in the United States
William Dunlap's History of the rise and progress of the arts of design in the United States (George P. Scott and Co., N.Y., 1834). Volume II contains Cole's signature inside the front cover and his handwritten reaction to Dunlap's biography of him (p. 350-367), written in light pencil. Accompanying the texts is …
Thomas Cole letters to Daniel Wadsworth
Letters to Daniel Wadsworth, founder of the Atheneum Gallery and one of Cole's patrons. Cole writes about New York City, the White Mountains of New Hampshire, his family, and technical aspects of painting.
Thomas Cole letters
A letter to Asher B. Durand [frame 479] requesting a canvas; a letter to an unidentified person describing the view of Schroon Lake, which he had painted in 1838; and a letter to George W. Greene, American consul, Rome, in which Cole describes his arrival back in the U.S., his upcoming painting …
Cole family miscellaneous print and photograph collection
Prints and photographs, including some which may have been used by Thomas Cole as source material for his paintings, and some which are prints after his paintings.
The mind of Thomas Cole/ by Kenneth James LaBudde
Thesis (Doctoral)-University of Minnesota, 1954.
George Gage letters from Thomas Cole [son]
Cole, Thomas, b. 1848
A letter, Oct. 7, 1896, in which Cole writes of an enclosed sketch of Boston drawn by his father (he estimates ca. 1828) which he gives to the Gages as an expression of appreciation for their hospitality while he visited Boston; and a letter, Oct. 19, 1896, in which Cole discusses the same sketch and …
[Photographs of paintings]
36 photographs of works of art collected by Esther Haines Dunn including 32 of paintings by Thomas Cole, 1 of THE FALL by John Frederick Kensett, and 3 of paintings by Sanford Robinson Gifford.
Asher Brown Durand papers
Letters, diaries, printed matter and miscellany.
Esther Isabel Seaver Burno research material relating to Thomas Cole
Research material relating to Thomas Cole, including correspondence, notes, photographs, and publications.
Thomas Cole papers
Notebooks; sketchbooks; drawings; letters; manuscript poems; catalogs; paintbrushes.