[Photographs relating to Alexander Calder, Naum Gabo and others], 1972-1973

Miller, Stephen Robeson
Art historian
Active in Boston, Mass.

Collection size: 10 photographic prints : col. ; 3 1/2 in. x 3 1/2 in.
1 photographic print : b&w

Collection Summary: Color photos taken by Stephen Robeson Miller, including 2 of Alexander Calder's sculpture and home, Roxbury, Conn.; 2 of sculpture by Marino Marini and Calder on the lawn at the home of James Thrall Soby, and an interior view of Naum Gabo's house, Middlebury, Ct. showing work by Gabo and Yves Tanguay. The collection also includes photos taken by Polly Clapp, a friend and neighbor of Miller and Calder, of Calder's sculpture and residence in Saché, France, and a photograph/postcard showing a Calder sculpture, sent to Clapp from Louisa Calder, regarding a visit.

Biographical/Historical Note: Miller was a friend and neighbor of Alexander and Louisa Calder; Woodbury, Conn.

Donated 1976 by Stephen Miller. He received the postcard from Louisa Calder to Clapp and photos by her from Clapp.

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