Nancy Moure research material on artists, 1978-1991

Moure, Nancy Dustin Wall, b. 1943
Art historian, Author, Art consultant
Active in Glendale, Calif.

Collection size: 0.6 linear ft.

Collection Summary: Ca. 800 index cards containing information on works of art by George Bellows, preparatory to Moure's planned catalog raissone; a 28 p. transcript of an interview with watercolor painter Lee Blair, April 13, 1991; a 12 p. transcript of an interview with printmaker Richard Horton Campbell, Nov. 20, 1991, used as background for Moure's "Essay on Richard Campbell" in the catalog for his show at Baylor Studios, Pacific Palisades, California; material relating to Moure's work on primitive painter and gallery owner Al Kramer, including 14 photographs of his paintings; a list of paintings; notes; an article by Moure, "The California Primitives of Albert Kramer," published in the L.A. Art Show catalog; 6 photographs of Zama Vanessa Helder and one of Mabel Alvarez, artists and friends of Kramer who he handled at his gallery, La Cienega; 17 color photos of paintings by Helder, and 79 by Alvarez; and a list of Alvarez paintings in Kramer's collection, March 1990, compiled by Moure.

Biographical/Historical Note: Art historian, art consultant, writer; Los Angeles, Calif. Former assistant curator of American art for the L.A. County Museum of Art.

Donated 1979-1992 by Nancy Moure. Moure received the photos of Alvarez and Helder from Al Kramer.

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