Series 3:Writings and Notes, circa 1953-1966
(Box 2; 7 folders)
Scattered writings include annotated calendars compiled by Reinhardt, drafts of published writings, such as the essay "Who is Responsible for Ugliness," drafts of letters, and other notes and lists on topics including modern art, aesthetics, and his career as an artist. Also found are lists of Chinese words and phrases written by Reinhardt during his study of Chinese art, a small number of photocopies from microfilm of other writings on art, and select pages from Reinhardt's notebooks. The only item in this series that wasn't written by Reinhardt is a progress report submitted to Reinhardt by a student in one of his classes.
Researchers should note that many of Reinhardt's notebooks and other extensive writings were loaned for microfilming and returned to the donor and are only available on reels N69-99 and N69-103. These writings are not listed in this finding aid.
Items are arranged by type of material and chronologically within each folder.
This series has been partially scanned. Items not scanned include those that are prints of the microfilm.
|Calendars, 1963, 1965|
|Chinese Words and Phrases, undated|
|Draft Writings and Notes, 1953, 1966, undated|
|Pages from Notebooks (Photocopies), undated|
|Progress Report from Student, 1961|
|Writings about Art (Photocopies), undated|