Art History

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

Sol Biderman Collection

Identifier: MSS.0041
Abstract The Sol Biderman Collection consists of the following categories: Brazilian posters; Brazilian art and architecture exhibition catalogs; posters, engravings, woodcuts and illustrations from other countries (e.g., France, Spain); other ephemera (e.g., Brazilian post card art, gift cards, invitations to art exhibitions, handbills, programs, photographs, Brazilian chapbooks or literatura de cordel). The poster collection consists primarily of art posters of exhibitions, and a selected number of...
Dates: multiple

Contini-Volterra Photographic Archive

Identifier: MSS.0088

The Contini-Volterra Photographic Archive, 1930-1970, consists of photographs of art objects created in Europe during the 13th through 20th centuries. The collection was assembled by Alessandro Contini-Bonacossi, 1878-1955, and Gualtiero Volterra, 1901–1967.

Dates: 1930 - 1967

Marvin Eisenberg Collection

Identifier: MSS.0584

The Marvin Eisenberg Collection is a research photographic archive of primarily Italian paintings of the 12th through 15th centuries. This collection contains photographs, postcards, museum catalogs, art journal articles, correspondence, and research notes. The photographs were assembled for art history lecture presentations and research for journal and book publications about Italy’s late Gothic and early Renaissance painting.

Dates: multiple

Don Evans Collection

Identifier: MSS.0913

This collection contains the papers of Professor Donald H. Evans, a professor of art and art history, emeritus, at Vanderbilt University.

Dates: 1970s-2000s

Sam Fleming Illuminated Medieval Manuscript and Early Printing Collection

Identifier: MSS.0640
Scope and Content Note This Collection of Illuminated Medieval Manuscripts and Early Printed Leaves is 1.04 linear feet and is comprised of 91 vellum leaves from a Latin Manuscript Bible of the late 13th century and 80 pages from a Missal printed in the first part of the 16th century. The illuminated leaves from the Latin Bible have been damaged and repaired. Reproductions of six of these leaves from the Illuminated Latin Bible are framed and hang in the...
Dates: circa 1290-circa early 1500s

The Norman and Roselea Goldberg Collection

Identifier: MSS.0172
Abstract This collection contains the papers of Dr. Norman Goldberg and span from the 1950s-1982. The main subjects are as follows: his notes and drafts on the catalogue raisonné, John Crome the Elder; Goldberg’s notes and drafts on “The Norwich School: Birth and Growth;” notes and preparatory documents for an exhibition on the Norwich School; notes from an unpublished manuscript on John Sell Cotman; various prints and illustrations; photographs from a trip to the...
Dates: 1950s-1982

Patricia Hetzler Papers

Identifier: MSS.0716

Connie Lembark Papers

Identifier: MSS.0709
Scope and Content The Connie Lembark Papers consist of 11 boxes (3.75 linear feet) of photographs and notes accumulated through the lives of Daniel and Connie Lembark and date from 1970 to 2008. The majority of the papers are color photographs from the couple’s trips in the United States and abroad. Included in these papers are the drafts and proofs of the 2008 book the Art Adventures of Connie Lembark and a few video tapes and DVDs of artists and events from the 1990s and...
Dates: 1970 - 2008

Daniel C. Prince Papers and S.T.A.R. Collection

Identifier: MSS.0884
Scope and Content Note The Self Taught Artist Resource Collection (STAR), late 1960’s-2002, are the working papers of Daniel C. Prince, Prince Art Consultants, and STAR, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization created by Daniel C. Prince. These include materials relating to artists, art environments, patrons, general correspondence, both for-profit and non-profit businesses, manuscripts of writings, research materials, publication materials, art organizations, ethnographic materials, clippings and subject files,...
Dates: 1960s-2002


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