Tod Lindenmuth photographs, art works and printed materials, 1904-1979

Levinson, Abraham F., b. 1883 d. 1946
Painter, Lawyer
Active in Rockport, Mass.; Jamaica, N.Y.

Collection size: 56 items (on partial microfilm reel).

Collection Summary: 19 photographs, undated and 1904-1969, of Tod Lindenmuth and others including his wife, Elisabeth Boardman Warren, and Ross Moffett; 31 photographs, undated and 1913-1976, of Lindenmuth's oil paintings, blockprints, and collages; works of art, undated and 1920-1979, including 1 color and 3 pencil sketches and 1 blockprint; and 2 pages of reproductions of Lindenmuth's blockprints from THE AMERICAN ARCHITECT, May, 1930, pages 44-45.

Biographical/Historical Note: Painter, graphic artist, block printer; Provincetown and Rockport, Mass. and St. Augustine, Fla. He was active in the Provincetown Art Association. His wife Elisabeth Warren Lindenmuth was a painter, engraver and children's books illustrator.

Handwritten notes appearing throughout the collection were provided by the lender, Ann L. Fisk, daughter of Tod Lindenmuth. The dates written on the backs of the photographs and sketches are approximate.

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