Phyllis Freeman research material on artists' manifestos, 1966-1997

Freeman, Phyllis, b. 1929 d. 1997
Art historian, Author, Editor
Active in New York, N.Y.

Collection size: 10.1 linear ft.

Collection Summary: Research materials assembled by Phyllis Freeman, on the subject of 20th century artists' manifestos. Files include research correspondence, mss. drafts of the monograph (never published), "Manifestos in the Visual Arts: Programs and Movements Since 1900," and eight feet of subject files, covering movements and groups such as Abstract Expressionism, American Abstract Artists, Blaue Reiter, Die Brucke, Constructivism, Dadaism, Fluxus, Futurism, MA (Hungarian avant-garde), Mexican murals, Orphism, the Société Anonyme, De Stijl, and Vorticism.

Biographical/Historical Note: Art historian, writer, editor; New York, N.Y. Born 1929. Died 1997.

Donated 1997 by Ms. Freeman's cousin, Nancy and Morris Freeman.

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