Louis Alexander Gallery (New York, N.Y.)
Collection size: 0.4 linear ft. (on partial microfilm reel).
Collection Summary: Correspondence, clippings, and exhibition catalogs, 1961-1963, concerning primarily an exhibition of American drawings held at the Louis Alexander Gallery in the fall of 1962. Included is biographical and related material on a number of abstract painters exhibiting in the show, such as Al Copley, Ross Coates, Charles S. DuBack, William Giles, David Packard, Leo Rabkin, and Athos Zagharias.
Biographical/Historical Note: The Louis Alexander Gallery was founded by Louis Alexander Cohn in New York, N.Y. It is now defunct.
The donor, Paul Cummings, was the co-director of Louis Alexander Gallery.
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