Schwartz, Muriel Streeter, b. 1913 d. 1995
Active in Tucson, Ariz.
Collection size: 2 items.
Collection Summary: Two letters written by Joseph Cornell to Muriel Streeter Schwartz. In the first letter, 1957, Cornell describes the hanging of Schwartz's painting "over Robert's couch" and asks about her new work and her planned marriage. The second letter, 1963, describes a "pre-Easter experience" of a "Hudson River Scene" which evoked childhood memories and encloses a card quoting a sermon by John Donne and a magazine clipping displaying the word "idyll" and a nude woman posing with a young male deer.
Biographical/Historical Note: Schwartz, a painter, was a friend of assemblage artist Joseph Cornell (1903-1972).
Donated 1989 by Muriel Streeter Levy Schwartz.
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