Now available online at the Archives of American Art- Smithsonian Institution, November 2017.

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United States
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American History / Studies, Art, Art History & Visual Studies, Graduate Studies, Humanities, Library and Information Science

Now available online at the Archives of American Art- Smithsonian Institution, November 2017.

 

Finding aids:

 

A Finding Aid to the Willaim Clutz papers, 1930-2016

William Clutz (1933- ) is a painter and art instructor in Rhinebeck, New York. Clutz taught at the Parsons School of Design.

 

A Finding Aid to the Rosamund Felsen letters, 1968-1977

Rosamund Felsen (1934- ) is a gallery owner in Los Angeles, California.

 

A Finding Aid to the Thomas Hess papers, 1939-1978

Thomas Hess (1920-1978) was an editor and art critic in New York, New York.

 

A Finding Aid to the Buffie Johnson papers, circa 1920-2010

Buffie Johnson (1912-2006) was a painter in New York.

 

A Finding Aid to the Marcia Marcus papers, 1928-2016, bulk 1950-2000

Marcia Marcus (1928- ) is a painter and educator, New York, New York.

 

A Finding Aid to the Thomas M. Messer papers, 1949-2010

Thomas Messer was a museum director and independent curator in New York, New York.

 

A Finding Aid to the Duane Michals papers, circa 1960-2015

Duane Michals (1932-) is a photographer in New York, New York.

 

A Finding Aid to the David Weinrib papers, circa 1950-2015

David Weinrib (1924-2016) was a sculptor, ceramicist, and instructor who worked primarily in New York City.

 

A Finding Aid to the John Wilde papers, 1935-2011

John Wilde (1919-2006) was a painter, educator, and draftsman who specialized in silver point and was associated with Magic Realism who lived and worked in Wisconsin.

 

 

 

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