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Jerome and Mary Jo Viola papers, 1931-1997(?)

Viola, Jerome, b. 1937
Art historian
Active in Brooklyn, N.Y.

Viola, Mary Jo
Art historian
Active in Brooklyn,N.Y.

Collection size: 2.0 linear ft.

Collection Summary: Jerome Viola's lecture and research notes kept while a student at New York University Institute of Fine Arts (1955-68) and research materials and mss. draft of the book, The Painting and Teaching of Philip Pearlstein (N.Y. : Watson-Guptill, 1982), correspondence includes letters from Philip Pearlstein (an original, 1982; and an facsimile, 1997(?)); and various printed material. Exhibition files kept by Mary Jo Viola for "The Lithographic Art of Stow Wengenroth," 1988; also included are photographs of Stow Wengenroth's lithographs; audio recording of an interview with Harriet Wengenroth and of Stow Wengenroth playing the mandolin.

Biographical/Historical Note: Art historians; Brooklyn, NY.

Donated 1996 by the widow, Mary Jo Viola.

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