Leslie Powell papers
Photographs of Powell's work, exhibition lists; clippings; exhibition announcements; biographical information; press releases on Powell's autobiography, PAINTINGS FROM A LIFE'S JOURNEY; sketches; and letters concerning Powell's gift of paintings to the city of Lawton, Oklahoma and the Galerie Internationale exhibitions of his work.
Angna Enters greeting cards and printed material
bulk 1958-1967 dates
Seven Christmas cards made by Angna Enters, 1958 and 1959, 1961, 1963-1965, and 1967, consisting of a different watercolor self-portrait for each of the years represented; and printed material concerning Enters career in the theater, particularly reviews of mime performances.
Mahonri Young sketchbook
Sketchbook created for Isabelle Manship, wife of sculptor Paul Manship, with an inscription dated March 16, 1930, containing sketches of animals, birds, Indians, nudes, construction workers, peasants, and other subjects, including a sketch of a Pekinese, dated February 7, 1937, which was assumed to have been added by Young during a visit to Manship …
Sonja Eisenberg papers
Correspondence, writings, photographs, works of art, financial records, and printed material regarding Eisenberg's career as a painter and photographer.
Wells Sawyer papers
2.5 Linear feet (Addition)
Biographical materials; correspondence, including letters to Sawyer from colleagues, friends and his daughter, Helen Sawyer Farnsworth, and letters to his wife Kathleen; writings by and about Sawyer; sketchbooks and sketches; address books; scrapbooks; exhibition catalogs; clippings; and photographs of Sawyer, his work, and his family.
Keith Shaw Williams papers
Biographical sketches; 2 National Academy of Design certificates, 1942; correspondence, 1920-1950, with parents, friends and colleagues including F. Luis Mora, Louis Agassiz Fuertes and Chauncey F. Ryder; a journal, 1931-1950, listing sales and exhibitions, and recording his activities and impressions of places and people, such as John Taylor Arms, Ernest David Roth, Chauncey Foster …
Samuel Colman papers
The papers of New York-based landscape painter Samuel Colman measure 0.01 linear feet and date from 1855 to 1901. The collection consists of 15 letters to his sister Mela, his brother-in-law Emerson Howard, and other family, dated 1855-1861; also one undated letter and one written in 1901 to Kate; and an undated letter of a descendant. Colman also writes of painter George H. Boughton, with whom he shared a studio and rooms. In addition there are 16 drawings and sketches, probably the work of several persons, and "The Death Song of a Cherokee Indian," written by William Colman in 1809.
Jacob Getlar Smith papers
American Artists' Congress
Drawings, caricatures, scrapbooks, correspondence, photographs, writings, and printed material.
New York Water Color Club records
Entry forms for the First Annual Exhibition, 1890, listing the artist, title of work, and the price.
Arthur Getz letter from Charles E. Burchfield
Burchfield, Charles Ephraim, 1893-1967
A letter from Charles Burchfield to New Yorker cover illustrator Arthur Getz, March 19, 1961, thanking Getz for his remarks on Burchfield's recent show, commenting on Getz's St. Patrick's Day cover for the New Yorker magazine, and including 6 pages of instructions on his mounting method.