Walter Griffin letter to Alfred Hepworth
Griffin, writing from Paris, advises and encourages Hepworth in his work as a portrait painter. He suggests contacting Mr. Lamb about a commission, and mentions Seldon C. Fox and Louis Orr, former students of Griffin's.
Benjamin Strong correspondence with Gari Melchers
Correspondence including 19 letters between Benjamin Strong and Gari Melchers about a 1925 portrait painting of Strong by Melchers. They write about schedules and fees. The painting is owned by the National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution.
Niccolo Cortiglia papers
Files on portrait commissions, primarily of individuals in Pennsylvania, containing photographs, letters and newspaper clippings; files on Cortiglia's murals and honorary degrees from Kings College, 1977-1978, and his participation in the Hoosier Salon Jury, 1950-1951, and the Primaverile Exhibition in Florence, Italy, 1920. Also included are letters to Cortiglia praising his portraits, 1936-1977; printed …
Harry Worthman papers
Sketches and watercolors of landscapes, concert pianists, and figure studies; portrait drawings of notable people, some autographed; Christmas cards and stationery designed by Worthman; and a scrapbook containing clippings, letters, 1963-1982, and printed material, 1954-1970.
William F. Draper papers
Biographical information, correspondence, artists files, files pertaining to Draper's comissioned portraits, subject files, writings, printed material, photographs and financial material regarding Draper.
Antonio Barone scrapbook
Includes newspaper clippings, correspondence, exhibition catalogs, photographs of Barone and of works of art.
Nikolai Ivanovich Fechin papers
Printed material and photographs.
Paul King papers
Biographical material; letters; business records; photographs; works of art; and printed material.
James Carroll Beckwith diary (in the New York Historical Society)
This microfilmed diary was kept by Beckwith during 1895 while he was living in New York City. Beckwith writes of his constant worry about money; his dissatisfaction with his painting; of friends and personal matters; the portraits he is working on; art and artists,;his admiration for John Singer Sargent; classes …
Paul Feeley papers
Correspondence, a diary, photographs, writings, exhibition catalogs, and sketchbooks.