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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Alfred Moir Papers

Identifier: MS.041

Papers and research files of art historian and collector Alfred Moir (1924-2010), containing photographs, research notes, correspondence, writings, and documents relating to his personal art collection. Art collecting content emphasizes Old Master drawings, while research content focuses on Italian baroque art, particularly the work of Caravaggio and his followers.

Dates: Majority of material found within Bulk, 1960-1990; 1939-2003

J. Hall Pleasants Research Files

Identifier: MS.012
Abstract Dr. J. Hall Pleasants (1873-1957), an authority on early Maryland painters and their works, provided the Frick Art Reference Library with information on thousands of Maryland paintings, and also organized and participated in the Library's photographing expeditions to Maryland. The correspondence and notes in this collection contain information on the genealogy of portrait subjects, painting provenance, attributions, owners, dates, and locations, with the bulk of the research concerning...
Dates: 1924-1959

Juliette Tomlinson Research Files on Joseph Whiting Stock

Identifier: MS.010
Abstract This collection contains the correspondence and research of Juliette Tomlinson (1921-), author and former director of the Connecticut Valley Historical Museum in Springfield, Mass., on the American folk artist Joseph Whiting Stock (1815-1855). The files, compiled for her book, The Paintings and the Journal of Joseph Whiting Stock (1976), also contain research on Stock conducted after its publication. The collection is comprised of Tomlinson's correspondence...
Dates: circa 1970s-1987

Lawrence Park Research Files on Gilbert Stuart

Identifier: MS.007
Abstract These records consist of correspondence and notes concerning the history and authentication of paintings by Gilbert Stuart, a prominent early American portraitist. Begun as an independent project by Lawrence Park, the project was completed by William Sawitzky under the auspices of Helen Clay Frick and the Frick Art Reference Library after the death of Mr. Park in September 1924, resulting in the publication Gilbert Stuart: an Illustrated Descriptive List of his...
Dates: Majority of material found within Bulk, 1920-1925; 1904-1925

Richard P. Wunder Research Files

Identifier: MS.002

Research files of art historian Richard P. Wunder, containing artwork files, photographs, correspondence, writings and notes. Content mostly consists of his research on Gian Paolo Panini, though Hyacinthe Rigaud, Emmanuel Leutze, and architectural and theatre drawings are prominent topics as well.

Dates: 1945-1989