MacIvor Reddie papers, 1869-1975

Reddie, MacIvor, b. 1899 d. 1966
Painter, Educator, Landscape painter, Marine painter, Portrait painter, Watercolorist, Gallery owner
Active in Mass.

Collection size: 4.0 linear ft. (partially microfilmed on 1 reel)

Collection Summary: Correspondence, printed material, photographs, biographical data, and sketchbooks.

REEL 940: Personal and official correspondence with attached explanatory notes by Mrs. Reddie; biographical data and reminiscences; a certificate of award; exhibition material, 1953-1966; reproductions of Reddie's work; clippings; and photographs of Reddie and his work.

UNMICROFILMED: 50 sketches and 5 sketchbooks; ca. 300 photographs of Reddie's work and his family; exhibition catalogs from the MacIvor Reddie Gallery and from the School of Practical Art (now the Art Institute of Boston); and clippings on artists, horses, and various topics.

Biographical/Historical Note: Educator, watercolorist, landscape, portrait, marine painter, and gallery owner; Cohasset, Mass. Taught at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Unmicrofilmed material was donated by Mrs. Elizabeth Reddie, Reddie's wife, 1973. Material on reel 940 was lent for microfilming by her, 1975.

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