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Bernard M. (Tony) Rosenthal papers, 1954-1980

Bernard M. (Tony) Rosenthal papers, 1954-1980

Rosenthal, Tony, 1914-2009

Sculptor

Collection Information

Size: 7 microfilm reels.

Summary: Correspondence, biographical material, financial and legal papers, photographs, sketches, printed material and files on sculpture projects.

REELS N69-31, N69-38, N69-67 and N69-79: General correspondence, 1954-1969. Correspondents include Richard Adler, Betty Asher, David Bright,James and Charlotte Brooks, Dorothy Brown,Robert M. Doty, Herbert Ferber, James Fitzsimmons, Betty Freeman, Francoise Gilot, Esther and Adolph Gottlieb, Sam Hunter, Mildred and Sam Jaffe, William King, Jane and Sam Kootz,Boris and Lynn Kroll, Jules Langsner, William and Mary Lescaze, Conrad Marca-Relli,Norman McManus, Sidney H. Morris, Richard and Dione Neutra, Louise Nevelson, Ruth Nivola, Claude and Sara Picasso, Paloma Picasso, Mary Gardner Preminger, Vanessa Reis, Julius Shulman, Kurt W. Simon, Irving and Jean Stone, Ala Story, Catherine Viviano, June Wayne, Wou-Ki Zao, Adja Yunkers, and others.

REELS 1789-1791: Letters from James Brooks, Paloma Picasso, Claude Picasso, Adolph Gottlieb, Robert Indiana, Sam Hunter, and Gertrude Kasle; a biographical sketch; financial and legal papers, including contracts, price lists, bills and receipts; files on Knoedler and Company; files on sculpture projects containing correspondence, sketches, photographs of Rosenthal and his art work, and clippings and printed material; and notes.

Biographical/Historical Note

Tony Rosenthal (1914-2009) was a sculptor in New York, N.Y. Born 1914 Highland Park, Ill. Known professionally as Tony Rosenthal. His work is in the collections of the Guggenheim Museum, Museum of Modern Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Israel Museum, Jerusalem.

Provenance

Lent for microfilming by Rosenthal, 1969 and 1980.

Additional Forms Available

Microfilm reels N69-31, N69-38, N69-67, N69-79 and 1789-1791 available for use at Archives of American Art offices and through interlibrary loan.

Restrictions on Access

The Archives of American art does not own the original papers. Use is limited to the microfilm copy.

How to Cite This Collection

Bernard M. (Tony) Rosenthal papers, 1954-1980. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.