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Abstract The Morris Louis Study Collection comprises materials that document and discuss the work of Morris Louis. Included are: audio materials which are interviews with Louis associates and supporters; publicity files with published articles and ephemera concerning Louis exhibitions and publications (some with attached notes between Louis’s widow Marcella Brenner and Louis’s primary art dealer Andre Emmerich and the Andre Emmerich Gallery); artwork documentation in 35mm slide format; book-length and...
Dates: 1958-2011 and n.d.
Collection — Box: 1
Abstract The collection consists of 73 examples of penmanship, the work of Samuel Curtis Malone or his associates. Included are alphabets, projects for specific clients, decorative borders and unspecified blanks, and promotional pieces for S.C. Malone’s business in Baltimore, Maryland. There are also 3 items of instructional penmanship from Malone’s teaching endeavors, and approximately 22 items that are sketches, preparatory drawings, and notes. Three items are noted as being by Arthur P. Myers.
Dates: n.d. and 1890-1932
Abstract The collection comprises research reports, artist statements, and visual documentation of art work submitted by degree candidates in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the graduate degrees granted by MICA beginning in 1956.
Abstract Medals associated with events in MICA’s history.
Dates: [circa 1852 - 1938]
Dates: Majority of material found in late 19th century - early 2000s and no date
Abstract Publications that describe the curriculum, typically published annually.
Abstract 35mm color slides reproducing 55 artworks by Reba Stewart who was faculty at MICA from 1963-1971.
Dates: [1958?] to 1971 and n.d.
Abstract Publications, correspondence, personal documents, and photographs dealing with artists Reuben Kramer and Perna Krick.
Dates: ca. 1925-2000
Abstract 9 Letterpress posters, each consisting of a pangram, a sentence that contains all the letters in the alphabet, showcasing a different typeface from the Jon Selikoff Collection at IS Projects, a public-access printmaking and book arts studio founded by Ingrid Schindall in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
- Decker Library Special Collections 12
- Historical MICA 11
- Schuler, Hans 2
- Amateis, Edmond Romulus 1
- Fraser, James Earle 1
- Friedlander, Leo 1
- Hancock, Walker Kirtland 1
- Howard, Cecil 1
- Lawrie, Lee 1
- Levitt, Ellen Dorn 1
- Malone, S.C. (Samuel Curtis), died 1938 1
- Miller, Joseph Maxwell 1
- Moore, Bruce 1
- Putnam, Brenda 1
- Recchia, Richard Henry 1
- Renier, Joseph Emile 1
- Rosenthal, Louis 1
- Saint-Gaudens, Augustus 1
- Weinman, Adolph Alexander 1
- West, Virginia M. 1
- Zorach, William 1
- de Francisci, Anthony 1 ∧ less