National Collection of Fine Arts (U.S.)
Collection size: 0.2 linear ft.
Collection Summary: Papers related to an exhibition of Archipenko's sculpture and graphic art organized by UCLA Art Galleries and exhibited at NCFA in 1968. Included are correspondence concerning the Archipenko estate and the exhibition; a monograph, ALEXANDER ARCHIPENKO; a copy of an article, "The Terra-Cottas of Alexander Archipenko;" a bibliography and list of his works; and seven photographs of groups of sculpture in the exhibition.
Biographical/Historical Note: National Collection of Fine Arts is part of the Smithsonian Institution. It's name was changed by an act of Congress to National Museum of American Art in 1980.
William Walker of the NCFA Library transferred this material to the Archives.
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