Size: Sound recording: 1 Sound tape reel, 7 in.; 34 Pages, Transcript
Format: An unrelated interview of Pietro Lazzari conducted by H. Phillips is also on this tape.
Summary: An interview of Milton S. Fox conducted by Harlan Phillips in 1964 for the Archives of American Art.
Fox discusses his time studying in Paris; art education and the art school environment; Impressionists; work as a portrait painter during the Depression; the Cleveland art scene in the 30s and 40s; working in the Cleveland Museum of Art; writing criticisms; American Artists Congress; progressive attitudes toward art; the WPA and its affects on American art; Cocoon Arts Club; artists union; camouflage work during the war; Cook Glassgold's introducing him to abstraction. He recalls Clarence Carter, Gerald Murphy, William Milliken and Glen Shaw.