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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Illustrations, pages, articles, or columns of text removed from books, newspapers, journals, or other printed sources and kept for their informational content.

Found in 36 Collections and/or Records:

The Job Before Us: Approaches to Tokyo, The Japanese Predicament, clippings, 1943-12

 Item — Oversize 1: Series 4; Series 5; Series 8, Folder: 1
Identifier: 2000.6.264
Scope and Content Note From the Collection: Between 1947 and 1948, Georgia O'Keeffe shipped several boxes of books to New Mexico from her and her late husband's, Alfred Stieglitz, collections at their New York apartment and the Lake George house. This was the beginning of O'Keeffe's personal book collection in New Mexico. O'Keeffe grew her collection by purchasing and seeking out books on particular subjects; others she received as gifts from friends, admirers of her work, authors, and museums, which is documented through her habit of...
Dates: 1943-12

The Johnson Atelier Technical Institute of Sculpture by Diana Goodwin, undated

 Item — Box 1: Series 1; Series 2, Folder: 2
Identifier: 2022.5.7

The Object as Subject, Wildenstein, 1975

 File — Box 22: Series 2, Folder: 16
Identifier: 2.1.3

Correspondence, catalog, and clippings related to "The Object as Subject: Still Life Paintings from the Seventeenth to the Twentieth Century" exhibition by Wildenstein & Co., Inc., April 4 - May 3, 1975, for the benefit of the Metropolitan Opera Association, Inc.

Dates: Event: 1975

The Real Thing, article, 1930-06

 Item — Box 2: Series 4; Series 5; Series 6; Series 7, Folder: 11
Identifier: 2000.6.260

Article clipping, The Real Thing by D.H. Lawrence, Scribners, pages 587-591.

Dates: 1930-06

Where Gods Are Demons, clipping, 1969-04-13

 Item — Box 2: Series 4; Series 5; Series 6; Series 7, Folder: 11
Identifier: 2000.6.269

Where Gods Are Demons by John Canaday, The New York Times, clipping.

Dates: 1969-04-13

William Innes Homer Papers

Identifier: MS-22
Overview This collection documents William Innes Homer's extensive research, publications, and education materials on modernist painting, photography, and modern and postmodern criticism that demonstrate his role as a teacher and scholar of these subjects. The collection includes materials dating from the 1890s to 2004, with the bulk of the collection dating from the late 1960s through the 1970s. Included is correspondence with artists and their relatives, published articles and papers, photocopies...
Dates: circa 1890s-2004, undated (inclusive), 1960s-1970s (bulk); Majority of material found within 1960s-1970s