Eugene Kingman papers, 1932-1975

Kingman, Eugene, b. 1909 d. 1975
Painter, Arts administrator, Designer, Lithographer
Active in Santa Fe, N.M.

Collection size: 1 microfilm reel.

Collection Summary: Four loose-leaf books documenting Kingman's career containing biographical information, letters, clippings and photographs of Kingman and his paintings and lithographs; newspaper clippings, magazine articles and exhibition catalogs; a transcript of an interview of Kingman by his daughter Elizabeth A. Kingman, 1970, "Art, Environment, and Museums: A Well-Known Artist Defends Generality;" a story line, summary remarks and a paper by Kingman relating to the Llano Estacado exhibition, Museum of Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas, 1973; and an illustrated paper by Kingman, "Applying the Philosophy of Design: Art Museums," presented at the Mountain-Plains Museum Conference, Abilene, Kansas, 1974.

Biographical/Historical Note: Painter, lithographer, designer, administrator; Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Microfilmed as part of the Archives of American Art's Texas project.
Lent for microfilming 1984 by Elizabeth Y. Kingman, Kingman's widow.

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  • Microfilm reel 3292 available for use only at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and through interlibrary loan.
  • Authorization to quote requires written permission from: Elizabeth Y. Kingman, 604 Sunset, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501.
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