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The Circle's Edge     View
This site "is an ongoing project designed to locate, describe, and index letters and manuscripts written and received by heretofore overlooked associates of twentieth century American artists Alfred Stieglitz, Georgia O???Keeffe and Paul Strand. ...

Van Gogh and Gauguin: The Studio of the South     View
A fascinating exhibition from the Art Institute of Chicago on the period Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gauguin worked together. The Overview covers their meeting, events leading to their working together in van Gogh's studio (the Yellow House) in Arles, ...

Wish You Were Here: Artists on Vacation     View
"Like everyone else, artists view vacation as a time to get away from the grind. ... Getting away, however, does not mean leaving the canvas or sketchbook behind." This exhibit "include numerous items that show artists on vacation, fro ...

Centre for Whistler Studies     View
This site provides information about "the life, work and correspondence of [artist] James McNeill Whistler." The site provides an illustrated biography, a large collection of correspondence in full-text and a searchable database of citation ...

van Gogh's Letters, Unabridged and Annotated     View
Hundreds of letters, browsable by dozens of categories ranging from diet to despair. Includes a browsable chronology, and two memoirs of van Gogh by his sister-in-law and nephew. Searchable.

Frida Kahlo: Notas Sobre una Vida (Notes on a Life)     View
This exhibit pays tribute to this Mexican artist "and her enduring influence on American art," with photographs and letters selected from the Florence Arquin, Emmy Lou Packard, John Weatherwax, Nickolas Muray, and Chester Dale collections. ...

The Vincent van Gogh Gallery     View
This site is a comprehensive site on the artist, with about 3,500 pages and a similar number of graphics. There's a section on his earliest works; a map locating those paintings housed in museums and public institutions worldwide; biographical inform ...

Fred O. Seibel (1886-1968) Editorial Cartoonist, Richmond Times-Dispatch     View
Images of correspondence to Fred Seibel from Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry Truman, J. Edgar Hoover, John L. Lewis, James Hoffa, Barry Goldwater, and Harry Byrd. "All of them found themselves as subjects in his political cartoons and wrote Seibel ...

Archives of American Art (AAA)     View
This site presents detailed descriptions of "roughly 16 million letters, diaries, sketches and sketchbooks, photographs, exhibition catalogs, scrapbooks, business records, art periodicals, and other documents" from the Smithsonian's many co ...

Diego Rivera Mural Project     View
Painted for the 1940 Golden Gate International Exposition, this mural was originally intended for the library at what is now City College of San Francisco at the close of the exhibition. However, due to the war it wound up in storage instead. The fiv ...



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