Stanley Boris Pransky scrapbook
1 scrapbook containing clippings, catalogs, and photographs of works of Pransky.
George Henry Yewell papers
Correspondence, diaries, sketchbooks, photographs, art works, writings, and printed material. Among the correspondents are Albert H. Baldwin, George H. Boughton, Charles Coleman, Charles Percy Davis, William Graham, Josiah Green, Franklin R. Grist, William M. Hart, Thomas Hicks, Henry A. Loop, and Robert M. Pratt.
Video tapes on china painters
17 video taped interviews conducted by Betty and Robert Kumler with china painters including, Sonie Ames, Jean Bushnell, Barbara Duncan, Valerie Frost, Phyllis Galik, Hazell Gibbons, Lorna Gould, Jean Harper, Kay Knapp, Annette Krum, Vi Lane, Gigi Leavelle, Wilma Leighton, Brenda Morgan, Jane Marcks, Kari Unn Paye, Octavia Payne, Lolita de …
Feodor Zakharov papers
Correspondence, clippings, exhibition catalogs, articles about Zakharov, and photographs of Zakharov's work.
Anna M. Whistler diary in the New York Public Library
Included in Whistler's diary are entries about her son, the painter James McNeill Whistler.
Eakins and photography reconsidered / by Robert R. Newlen
Thesis (M.A.)-American University, Washington, D.C., 1979.
Richard Zschaebitz papers
Awards and diplomas, 1878-1884; a naturalization document, 1892; 2 photographs of Zschaebitz and his family; and 121 photographs, 1980-1981, of Zschaebitz's works in oil, watercolor, pencil and pastel. Included is a list describing each photograph, compiled by Roberta H. Butler, who was researching Zschaebitz's work.
Georges Malkine papers
Correspondence, 1967; xerox copy of drawing by Max Ernst, 1966; printed matter, including exhibition announcements and catalogues, 1966-1982, and clippings, 1926-1991. Writings include copies of the manuscripts for "La Peinture d'Exploration," an article by Malkine, 1926, and A BORD DU VIOLON DE MER (in French), a book written and illustrated by Malkine, published in 1977. Also …
Bass Otis receipt
Bass Otis receipt for portrait of Benjamin Ferris, 1831.
Albert Hickman monologue
A monologue by Albert Hickman.