Size: 0.4 Linear feet, (microfilmed on 4 reels); 2 Videocassettes, Unmicrofilmed
Summary: Printed material, photographs, correspondence, reminiscences, diaries, and videotapes.
REELS 99-100: Photographs; reminiscences; Frances Stillman's diary of a 1952 trip to Europe; and clippings and catalogs.
REEL 1772: Correspondence, 1976-1979, between Frances Stillman and Clement Greenberg regarding Ary's work; a 109 page reminiscence, dictated by Stillman and supplemented by Frances, covering his early life, his move to the United States, and subsequent trips abroad; excerpts from Frances' diary; and Stillman's remarks about his art.
REEL 1773: A list of museums with work by Stillman; clippings and an article on Stillman; 3 exhibition catalogs; and a scrapbook, 1967-1972, documenting the establishment of the Stillman-Lack Foundation, containing notes by James Chillman, Jr., Director Emeritus of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, the first catalog published by the foundation, clippings, exhibition catalogs, and announcements from Stillman exhibitions.
VIDEO RECORDINGS: Two VHS videos. One, produced by Pearlman Productions, Houston, Tex., 1983, is excerpts of a conversation Sid Lash held with Frances Stillman on her husband's paintings for KHOU-TV, Houston, February 20, 1969 (10 minutes). The other,"Ary Stillman: 58 years of painting," was produced and directed by Henry L. Thomas, director of Technical Instruction for the Spring Branch Independent School District, and narrated by Frances Stillman (55 min.) In both videos, Mrs. Stillman discusses her husband's paintings as they are shown.