Donald Barton, a fifty year wait [videorecording] / produced and directed by Joan Enslow; ass't producer, Rolf Semprebon; narrator, Robert F. Brown; writer, Mark Pomerantz
A video recording about Barton and his paintings containing biographical information, a brief interview with Barton one week before his death in 1990, and the opening of his show at the Alfred J. Walker Fine Art gallery in Boston, Feb. 1989.
Detroit-Wayne Joint Building Authority presents Spirit of Detroit [videorecording] / photographed as a public service by the Chrysler Corp., Michigan Consolidated Gas Co., [and the] City of Detroit Reports & Information Committee
First 13 minutes are devoted to a ceremony centered around Marshall Fredericks' sculpture the "Spirit of Detroit." This is followed by silent footage of the mounting of Fredericks' sculpture of Christ on the cross at Indian River, and then footage of the unveiling ceremony for the Memorial to Norwegian Emigrants (a …
Art and Alice Neel [videorecording] / WGTV, University of Georgia Television
1 Videocassettes (VHS) (Reference copy (30 min.), sd., col., 1/2 in.)
1 DVD (Reference copy (30 min.), digital)
A video interview of Alice Neel conducted October 1975 in Athens, Georgia, for University of Georgia Television station WGTV's "Forum" program on the occasion of Neel's retrospective exhibition at the University of Georgia, Georgia Museum of Art. Moderating is Bill Hale. Also present is the Museum's director William D. Paul, Jr …
Dolly Curtis [videorecording] : fiber artist / produced by Victor Cromwell
Three programs on Curtis shown on Fairfield, Conn. cable television, 1983 and 1984, including an interview of Curtis in her Easton, Conn. studio by Channel 12 News; a tour with Curtis of her installation at the Connecticut College Art Gallery, New London, including a discussion with David Smalley, chair of the Art Dept …
Murals without walls [videorecording] / WNET/Thirteen; director, Alfred Broderick; producer, Elizabeth Davis; artistic consultant, Ruth Bowman
Describes the 1972 discovery and later conservation of Arshile Gorky's murals "Aviation" at the Newark, N.J. International Airport, executed in 1937 by Gorky as part of the Work Projects Administration art project. Art historian Ruth Bowman, N.J. Port Authority employees Saul Wenegrat and Stephen Staempler, and conservator Carroll Wales of Oliver Bros …
Joyce Treiman [videorecording]: the artist as voyeur / produced and directed by Frances Luban
Includes participants Suzanne Muchnic, Los Angeles Times art writer and Selma Holo, director of the Fisher Gallery, University of Southern California.
From reliable sources : [videorecording] : the Archives of American Art / director, Robert Pierce
Video documentary on the Archives of American Art, a bureau of the Smithsonian Institution holding original source material and microfilm relating to American artists and art history. The video describes the holdings of the archives, the collecting process and the value of the resources to researchers. Appearing in the video …
[Roger Brown, Richard Hunt, John Hegarty] [videorecording] / Archives of American Art, produced by American Film House ; exec. producer, Dennis Barrie ; producers, Linda Abramsky and Ralph Graham ; director, cinematographer, Charles Cirgenski
Dennis Barrie, Midwest director of the Archives of American Art, narrates three separate documentaries about Chicago artists, including painter Roger Brown, sculptor Richard Hunt, and realist painter John Hegarty. Version combines three separate 15 min. video productions on one cassette.
A conversation with Faith Andrews c1983. [videorecording] / Fairfield University Media Center ; producer, Alfred Benney ; director, Marion Visel
Shaker authority Faith Andrews answers questions from the audience at the Shaker Museum, Old Chatham, N.Y. Moderating the discussion is James C. Thomas, director of the Shaker Village, Pleasant Hill, Ky. Andrews provides reminiscences of the Shakers, and her and her husband's accomplishments preserving Shaker culture.
Winslow Homer in Maine [videorecording] / WCBB-TV ; directed and edited by R.J. Armstrong ; produced by Odell Skinner ; written by Herbert Coursen and R.J. Armstrong ; narrated by Alan Jasper
Describe's Homer's early career and his life at Prout's Neck, Maine. Shows photographs, diaries, sketchbooks, and letters from the Homer Collection at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art, as well as Homer's work.