Abraham F. Levinson letters, 1917 and 1947

Levinson, Abraham F., b. 1883 d. 1946
Painter, Lawyer
Active in Rockport, Mass.; Jamaica, N.Y.

Collection size: 2 items (on partial microfilm reel).

Collection Summary: A letter to Levinson from John Sloan, June 29, 1917, written from Gloucester, Massachusetts. Sloan wrote that he "will welcome you and Sparrow [to Gloucester]...we have two extra rooms where you can lodge quite comfortably and perhaps work indoors some..."; and a letter, September 26, [1947], from Helen Farr Sloan to Mrs. Levinson enclosing a statement by Sloan on Levinson's work for the catalog of a memorial exhibition at the Art Students League, 1947.

Biographical/Historical Note: Painter; Jamaica, N.Y. and Rockport, Mass. Studied with Robert Henri and Max Weber.

Donated 1972 by James L. Woods, executor for the estate of Ray Levinson.

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