Elisabeth Weber-Fulop papers, circa 1921-1966

Weber-Fulop, Elisabeth

Collection size: 0.2 linear feet

Collection Summary: The papers include biographical material, letters, printed material, and photographs. The biographical material consists of obituary notices of Elisabeth Weber-Fulop and her husband, Emil J. Weber. Letters include Christmas cards, a hand painted New Year's card, and letters to Mrs. Herbert Northrup Squire ("Helen"). The printed material includes an exhibition catalogue relating to Weber-Fulop's exhibit at the Brockton Public Library in Brockton, Massachusetts, newspaper clippings and periodical reviews relating to the artist's work. Photographs include images of Elisabeth Weber-Fulop, exhibition installations, and artwork.

Biographical/Historical Note: Elisabeth Weber-Fulop (1886-1966) was a painter in Vienna, Austria and New York, N.Y. Weber-Fulop trained with Ludwig Miclek and was married to architect Emil J. Weber.

Donated in 2009 by the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute, which received the papers from Weber-Fulop's estate.

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