Victor de Kubinyi papers, 1925-1927

De Kubinyi, Victor
Active in Washington, D.C.

Collection size: 0.4 linear feet (partially microfilmed on 1 reel)

Collection Summary: Biographical information; photos; scrapbook and printed item.

REEL 3829: A 5-page account of de Kubinyi's life; a tear sheet illustrating a rug designed by de Kubinyi; a photograph of Leon Dabo in his studio, and a photograph of de Kubinyi's exhibition, "Paintings of the Human Emotions" at Washington Irving High School, 1927.

UNMICROFILMED: A scrapbook, 1925, entitled "Symbolic Color Analyses of Life in All its Phases," containing 27 color collages with captions.

Biographical/Historical Note: Painter; Washington, D.C.

Material on reel 3829 donated 1985 by William O' Reilly. Unmicrofilmed material was transferred from NMAA/NPG Library, 1981.

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