Kanst Art Gallery (Los Angeles, Calif.),
Los Angeles, Calif.
Collection size: 25 items.
Collection Summary: Correspondence between painter Lillian Genth and dealer J.F. Kanst, of the Kanst Art Gallery, Los Angeles, Calif., 1927-1928, including 9 letters and 2 telegrams from Genth to Kanst concerning her paintings on consignment at the Kanst Art Gallery, 4 carbons of letters from Kanst to Genth, and sales and shipping records. Also included ia a letter from Genth to Miss Orwig, May 29, 1930, concerning the shipment of a painting and a portrait of Genthe by Wayman Adam.
Biographical/Historical Note: Art gallery, Los Angeles, Calif., also used name Kanst Art Galleries. Genth was a painter, New York, N.Y.
Transferred from the Library of the National Museum of Art, 1991.
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