David Stuart papers and gallery records, 1910-1984

Stuart, David, b. 1910 d. 1984
Photographer, Gallery director
Active in Los Angeles, Calif.

Collection size: 1.5 linear ft.

Collection Summary: Biographical material; personal correspondence; clippings; and files on artists, exhibitions, special projects and interests; eleven posters. The bulk of the material in the files are photographs of contemporary and pre-Columbian art. Subjects include: James Abbe, Arthur Addis, John Altoon, Oliver Andrews, Louis Armstrong, Jules Berman, the Cup Show, Erotic Art, "The Dirty Dozen," Sorel Etrog, Gemini G.E.L. Gallery, Marvin Harden, June Harwook, Alan Lapiner, Mahoboubian Gallery, Mayan Painting, Harvey Menist, Marilyn Monroe, William Palmer, John Pearson, the Teotihuacan Fresco and Garner Tullis.

Biographical/Historical Note: Gallery owner; Los Angeles. Owned and operated David Stuart Galleries, which dealt in contemporary art. Stuart was also an expert in the field of Pre-Columbian art.

Donated 1985 by Jacqueline Anhalt Stuart.

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