Gellert, Hugo, b. 1892 d. 1985
Muralist, Printmaker, Illustrator
Active in New York, N.Y.
Buhle, Paul M., b. 1944
Collection size: 16 p. transcript.
Collection Summary: Interview of Hugo Gellert conducted by Paul Buhle. Gellert speaks of his political cartoons and illustrations for NEW MASSES, THE NEW YORKER, THE NEW YORK WORLD, ELORE, and other publications; his travels to Paris and Hungary; organizing Artists for Victory; the destruction of the Diego Rivera mural at Rockefeller Center and the subsequent artists' protest; his mural paintings; and his political activities.
He recalls the editors and artists associated with THE MASSES including Max Eastman, Floyd Dell, Michael Gold, John Reed and Art Young.
Biographical/Historical Note: Mural painter.
Donated 1987 by Paul Buhle.
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- Hugo Gellert lecture, 1985
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