Research material on Stephan Hirsch, 1926-1981

Di Vito, Joan
Art historian, Art teacher
Active in N.Y.

Collection size: 0.7 linear ft.

Collection Summary: "Stefan Hirsch: An Essay, Catalogue, and Chronology," by di Vito, 1981; a memorandum from Hirsch to James Case, 1950; 8 letters to di Vito concerning Hirsch, 1980-1981; clippings, 1941-1980; a reprint of Hirsch's article "Painting and the Graphic Arts" 1950; exhibition catalogs and announcements, 1926-1980; 3 brochures, 1928-1946; reproductions of art works; and photographs and photo album of works of art.

Biographical/Historical Note: Art historian; Bard College. Stefan Hirsch was a painter, and instructor; raised in Germany by American parents. He moved to New York in 1919.

Donated 1987 by di Vito. She compiled the material for her Senior project at Bard College.

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