Blanch, Arnold, b. 1896 d. 1968
Painter, Printmaker, Illustrator, Etcher, Lithographer
Active in Woodstock, N.Y.
Collection size: 0.2 linear ft. (80 items on partial microfilm reel)
Collection Summary: Papers primarily concern Blanch's association with the Dudensing Galleries, including correspondence, 1928-1932 and undated, lists of works of art, receipts, account statesments, legal documents, and statements issued by the Galleries concerning its representation of modern American artists. Also included are Blanch's studio lease agreement, 1929; miscellaneous correspondence, including a partial letter from Eugene Speicher; applications for fellowships with the Guggenheim Foundation, 1928-1933; and photographs Blanch, including four in his house in Woodstock.
Biographical/Historical Note: Painter, lithographer, etcher, illustrator, writer, teacher, and lecturer.
Donated by Lucile Blanch, 1975.
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Also in the Archives
- Oral history interview with Arnold Blanch, 1963 June 13-August 3
- Oral history interview with Arnold Blanch, 1964 November 4
- Image and Media Gallery items from other collections related to Blanch, Arnold