Now available online at the Archives of American Art- Smithsonian Institution, February 2018.
Stephan Bourgeois (1881-1964) was an art dealer, historian, writer, and gallery owner based in New York City.
Castelli Graphics (established 1969; closed 1997) was an art gallery and print publishing firm in New York, New York, founded by Antoinette (Toiny) Castelli.
Lucinda H. Gedeon is a retired art historian in Vero Beach, Florida. Charles W. (Wilbert) White (1918-1979) was an African American painter in New York, New York and Los Angeles, California.
Grand Central Art Galleries (1923-1994) was a large New York-based art gallery, which also had a modern art division called Grand Central Moderns (1947-circa 1967).
Loren Madsen (1943-) is an artist in Laytonville, California working mainly in sculpture. Madsen graduated with a MFA from UCLA in 1970. In the early 1990s, Madsen turned his attention to what he calls "data art," using statistics to determine sculptural form.
"Beatrice Wood: Mama of Dada" was written and directed by Tom Neff and released by Wild Wolf Productions in 1993 to correspond with Wood's 100th birthday. Tom Neff (1953- ) is a filmmaker, producer, and television executive in Nashville, Tennessee.
The Parish Gallery (established 1991-closed 2013) was a gallery in Washington, D.C. Founded by artist Norman Parish (1937-2013), Parish Gallery was known for exhibiting artwork by African American and international artists.
The Print Council of America (1956- ) is a non-profit, professional organization of print specialists in Boston, Massachusetts. Founded by a small group of museum curators, scholars, artists, collectors, and dealers and led by Lessing J. Rosenwald, PCA's mission is to "foster the creation, dissemination, and appreciation of fine prints, old and new".
Anne Ryan (1889-1954) was a painter, printmaker, collagist, graphic artist, and author who primarily worked in New York City, but also in New Jersey and Spain.
The Susanne Hilberry Gallery (established 1976-closed 2017) was a contemporary art gallery in Ferndale, Michigan owned and operated by Susanne Hilberry.
Reuben Tam (1916-1991) was an American landscape painter in Maine and Hawaii.
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