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Jacques Lipchitz papers and Bruce Bassett papers concerning Jacques Lipchitz, circa 1910-2001, bulk 1941-2001

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Series 1: Jacques Lipchitz papers, circa 1910-1999, bulk 1941-1999
9.5 linear feet
Boxes 1-10, OV 11-12

The papers of sculptor Jacques Lipchitz measure 9.5 linear feet and are dated circa 1910-1999, with the bulk of the material from the period 1941-1999. Personal and professional correspondence comprises nearly half of the collection. It, along with biographical material, writings by and about Lipchitz, printed material, and photographs document Lipchitz's commissions, exhibitions, friendships, and interests. Also found are records relating to the compilation and production of
The Sculpture of Jacques Lipchitz: A Catalogue Raisonné
by Alan G. Wilkinson.
Biographical material includes an address book, biographical notes, membership cards, rent receipts and a lease, and a survey of Lipchitz's property in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY.
Correspondence is both professional and personal in nature. Approximately 20 percent is in foreign languages. French predominates, followed by Russian; German, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, Latvian, Hebrew, and Yiddish are also represented.
Professional correspondence documents business transactions with architects, potential clients, museum officials, art dealers, and others concerning commissions, exhibition plans, loans of artwork, jury service, etc. Art groups, Jewish organizations and charities wrote to solicit donations of artwork for fundraising events and issued invitations to speak or be a guest of honor. Scholars contacted Lipchitz about their research and requested information about specific works by him, items in his collection, and his opinions on a variety of subjects. Also found are fan letters from aspiring artists seeking advice, and from the general public asking for the opportunity to meet Lipchitz and visit his studio. After the 1952 studio fire, many friends and strangers sent letters of condolence and encouragement.
Among those with whom Lipchtz corresponded regarding commissions are: The Brazilian Embassy (
Prometheus Strangling the Vulture
, Ministry of Health and Education, Rio de Janeiro), Vicomte Charles de Noailles (
The Joy of Life
) [photocopies of letters from Lipchitz], Jean Devémy (Nôtre Dame de Liesse, Nôtre Dame de Toute Grace at Assy, France), Jane Blaffer Owen (ornamental gates and a cast of
Nôtre Dame de Liesse
for Philip Johnson's Roofless Church in New Harmony, IN), and the University of Minnesota, Duluth (
Daniel Greysolon, Sieur du Luth
). There are numerous letters from Fairmount Park Art Association, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and R. Sturgis Ingersoll regarding multiple projects in Philadelphia; from the Emory Memorial and Robert Taft, Jr. about a memorial to Senator Taft; and from Eloise Spaeth concerning a bust of John F. Kennedy. Also documenting commissions are letters from architects, among them: Eero Saarinen and Associates, Kenneth Franzheim, Philip L. Goodwin, I. M. Pei and Associates, Philip L. Goodwin, and Vincent G. Kling and Associates.
Art dealers, galleries, and museums were frequent correspondents. They include: The Baltimore Museum of Art, The Bezalel Museum, Brussels Universal and International Exposition, Buchholz Gallery, Cincinnati Art Museum, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Curt Valentin Gallery, Fine Arts Associates (later Otto Gerson Gallery, Inc.), Marlborough-Gerson Gallery, Inc., Museé Bourdelle, Museé National d'Arte Moderne (Paris), Museum of Modern Art (New York), The Museum of Primitive Art, The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Portland Art Museum (Oregon), Rijksmuseum Kröller Muller Otterlo, Stedelijk Museum (Amsterdam), Walker Art Center, Whitney Museum of American Art, and Worcester Art Museum.
Max N. Benoff, Bernard and Becky Reis, and Alan and Janet Wurtzburger were among the collectors who corresponded with Lipchitz. French artist Pierre Dubaut wrote over an extended period about his collection of Géricault paintings and plans for its eventual disposition. Other individuals who wrote frequently include: critic and writer, Waldemar George; Irene Patai, author of
Encounters: The Life of Jacques Lipchitz
; and Bert Van Bork, documentary filmmaker and author of
Jacques Lipchitz, The Artist at Work
; and art historian, Henry R. Hope, a professor active in the College Art Association. The America-Israel Cultural Foundation, Inc. and the International Rescue Committee were also frequent correspondents.
Of particular note is a lengthy letter (with drafts) to Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler in which Lipchitz explained in detail how the art dealer's writings about Cubist sculpture failed to adequately recognize his contributions to the genre. Extensive correspondence with Rabbi Schneerson includes thoughts about "graven images" in sculpture and contains lengthy religious discussions. Letters from Juan Gris and Josette Gris consist mainly of general news and pleasantries; they do, however, mention Juan Gris's health, and in one letter Gris states he is afraid of working too much and tiring himself out. While basically illegible, Gertrude Stein's letters seem to be short, quick notes about meetings.
Correspondence with wife Yulla, nephew Gyorgy Hay, and close friends recounts personal and family news, activities, and sometimes touches on future plans. Among these correspondents are: Jenny Courtois, Varian and Annette Fry, Leo Gaspard, R. Sturgis Ingersoll, Gregorio Landau, Juan and Marianne Larrea, Camille Soula, and Joel and Celeste Starrels.
Eleven small pocket diaries, 1940-1965, contain brief, often sporadic entries noting appointments, events, addresses and phone numbers, notes of expenses, and include some sketches. Among the other writings by Lipchitz are: a notebook containing random notes on sculpture; a list of sculpture destroyed in the 1952 studio fire; short pieces and fragments of writings about sculptors Mary Frank, Natan Rapoport, Auguste Rodin, and William Zorach; a memoir of Amedeo Modigliani; and articles and reflections on contemporary art and the church.
Catalogue raisonné records concern the compilation and production of
The Sculpture of Jacques Lipchitz: A Catalogue Raisonné
by Alan G. Wilkinson, sponsored by Marlborough Gallery, Inc.
Among the financial records are statements of the sculptor's accounts with Buchholz Gallery and Curt Valentin Gallery, and receipts for Lipchitz Collection purchases. Also found are insurance and tax records, as well as receipts for routine professional expenses and miscellaneous personal expenses.
Artwork consists of a few rough sketches by Lipchitz and several geometric designs by an unidentified artist. Two scrapbooks, 1945-1946, consist of newspaper clippings and a few items from other periodicals that mention Lipchitz or contain reproductions of his work. Volume 2 includes typescripts of an interview and remarks delivered by Lipchitz, both very brief.
Printed material consists of exhibition catalogs and announcements, articles, press releases, books, programs, and reproductions concerning Lipchitz's exhibitions, sculpture, commissions, and events honoring him. Of particular interest are architectural prints showing sites and project details of several commissions. Also found are a variety of printed items about general art topics.
Photographs document people, artwork, project sites and models, exhibition installations, events, and places. People include Jacques Lipchitz, family members, and other individuals. Artwork represented is by Lipchitz and other artists. Views of Lipchitz exhibition installations mainly document solo shows. Photographs of events record a variety of occasions, among them: the opening of Lipchitz's studio at Hastings-on-Hudson, NY; a dedication ceremony for Philip Johnson's Roofless Church in New Harmony, IN, with ornamental gates and a sculpture by Lipchitz; and Lipchitz addressing an anatomy class at Albert Einstein Medical College. Among the pictures of places are Lipchitz's studios in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY, and Pietrasanta, Italy, and a view of Picasso's Paris studio.
1.1:Biographical Material, 1922-1969
0.1 linear feet
Box 1
The citation was awarded to Lipchitz by the U.S. Treasury Department, War Finance Committee for "service rendered in the Seventh War Loan May 14-June 29, 1945." Membership cards are from American Society of the French Legion of Honor, Inc., The French Art Theatre, and Museum of Modern Art. Rent receipts are for 54 Rue du Montparnasse, Paris and Lipchitz's New York studio on East 23rd Street; the lease is for a house in Pietrasanta, Italy. A survey prepared for Lipchitz shows the boundaries of his property in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY.
DescriptionContainer
Address Book, circa 1922-1969
1
1
Addresses, Business Cards, Telephone Numbers, circa 1922-1969
1
2
Biographical Notes, circa 1918-1969
1
3
Citation, 1945
1
4
Membership Cards, 1951-1969
1
5
Rent Receipts and Lease, 1922-1969
1
6
"Survey of Division Line between Lots 7 and 8 in Block D,", 1957
1
7
1.2:Correspondence, 1926-1975
4.2 linear feet
Boxes 1-5, OV 11
This series comprises nearly half of the collection. Approximately 20 percent is in foreign languages, primarily French, with a fair amount in Russian; German, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, Latvian, Hebrew and Yiddish represent the remainder. Correspondence consists largely of incoming letters. Surviving copies of Lipchitz's outgoing letters are mainly drafts, and the earliest ones bear corrections by someone with a better command of English. Drafts of replies often appear on the backs of letters or their accompanying envelopes. Some drafts are written on separate sheets of paper, and multiple letters may appear on a single page.
Jacques Lipchitz's correspondence illuminates his professional career and personal life, with the substance of many letters combining both. Professional correspondence with collectors, galleries, and museum personnel concerns commissions, exhibition plans, loans, jury service, etc. Architects also corresponded about commissions, and dealers apprised Lipchitz of new inventory that might be of interest for his collection. Art groups, Jewish organizations, and charities wrote to solicit donations of artwork for fundraising events, and issued invitations to speak or be a guest of honor. Scholars contacted Lipchitz about their research requesting information about specific works, items in the Lipchitz Collection, and his opinions about various issues. Also found are fan letters from aspiring artists seeking advice, and from the general public asking for the opportunity to meet Lipchitz and visit his studio. After the 1952 studio fire, many friends and strangers sent letters of condolence and encouragement. Personal correspondence with close friends, wife Yulla, and a nephew recounts personal and family news, activities, and sometimes touches on future plans.
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1770 House - Agatstein, Louis G., 1943-1968
1770 House
Ablow, Mr.
Abrahamsen, David
Abramson, Samuel H.
Academia di Belli Arte di Brera
Acle, Rose
Adelphi College
Ades, Josiah
Adler, Max
Adler, Stella
Adolph Studley, Inc., Photographer
A.D.T. Company, Inc.
Advertising Women of New York Incorporated
Agatstein, Louis G.
1
8
Albert Einstein Commemorative Dinner - Amendola, Robert, 1944-1968
Albert Einstein Commemorative Dinner
Albert Loeb Gallery
Albright Art Gallery/Albright-Knox Art Gallery
Alexander, Fritz W., II
Al Gongol, Gregory
Al Gongol, Sandy
Alliance in Art
Alpert, Max
Altman, Harold, Anita, and Evan
Ambellan, Harold
Amendola, Robert
1
9
America-Israel Cultural Foundation, Inc., 1960-1968
1
10
American Academy of Arts and Letters, 1962-1967
1
11
American Artist
- American Jewish Tercentenary Committee, 1949-1973
American Artist
American Artists Professional League
American Broadcasting Company (ABC)
American Center for Students and Artists
American Committee for Shaare Zedek Hospital in Jerusalem, Inc.
American Craftsmen's Council
American Federation of Arts
American Friends of the Hebrew University
American Fund for Israel Institutions
American Institute of Architects
American International Music Fund, Inc.
American-Israel World's Fair Corporation
American Jewish Committee
American Jewish Congress
American Jewish Tercentenary Committee
1
12
American Lithuanian Foundation, Inc. -
L'Architecture d'Aujourd'Hui
, 1948-1970
American Lithuanian Foundation, Inc.
American Memorial to Six Million Jews of Europe, Inc.
American Society for Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Inc., Tenafly (NJ) Chapter Women's Division
American Society of the French Legion of Honor, Inc.
American University
Ames, Winslow
Amherst College
Amis de Nogent
Amis de Soutine
Amkreutz, Agnes
Amman, Max E.
Amoretti, Enrico
Amsterdam, Burgomaster of
André Emmerich Gallery
Anne Landsman Interior Designer
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
Antioch College
Antman, Joe
Antwerp, City of
A.P.F., Inc.
Archaeological Artifacts and Antiques, Inc.
Architectural Forum
Architectural League of New York
L'Architecture d'Aujourd'Hui
1
13
Archives of American Art - Artists Overseas Aid Association, 1945-1969
Archives of American Art
Archivio Storico d'Arte Contemporanea della Biennale
Arfa, Jennie Nusskern
Arnason, H. H.
Arrighini, Nicola
Arroso
Art Association of Indianapolis, Indiana/The John Herron Art Institute
Art Digest
Art Directors' Club, Inc.
Art Gallery of Toronto
Artibus Asiae
Art in America
Art Institute of Chicago
Art Institute of Chicago, Society for Contemporary Art
Art League of Houston
Art of This Century
Art Squad, Inc.
Artistenblad
Artist's Committee for Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee
Artists Equity Association, Chicago Chapter
Artists Equity Association, Philadelphia Chapter
Artists for SEDF (Scholarship, Education and Defense Fund for Racial Equality, Inc.)
Artists Overseas Aid Association
1
14
Arts Club of Chicago - Balestrant, Stephen, 1947-1973
Arts Club of Chicago
Arts Council of Great Britain
Ascher
Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies
Association Française d'Action Artistique
Association Française Contre la Peine de Mort
Aström, Paul
Atlanta Art Association
Attias, Elaine
Audubon Artists, Inc.
Avant-Garde
Avedon, Richard
Avnet, Lester
Baal-Teshuva, Jacob
Bacal, Jacob
Baker, Bernard
Balestrant, Stephen
1
15
Baltimore Museum of Art, 1953-1969
1
16
Band, Max - Bennington College, 1944-1972
Band, Max
Bank of Israel
Bard College
Barnard College Club of Monmouth County, New Jersey
Barnes Foundation
Barr, Alfred H. and Margaret
Barran, Fritz
Barry, Margaret
Bass, Basil N.
Bassett, Bruce
Bastone, James
Bat-Yam Institute for Plastic Art
Bean, Marshall E.
Raymond R. Beatty, Inc.
Beaudin, Nicolas
Becker, Marvin C.
Belgium, Ministere de l'Education Nationale et de la Culture
Bellak, Richard F.
Bennington College
1
17
Benoff, Max N. (Mac), Miki, and Robin, 1955-1968
1
18
Benson Emmanuel M. and Gertrude - Bet Ami, 1950-1968
Benson, Emmanuel M. and Gertrude
Bentein, Mrs.
Ben-Yakov, Rudi
Berger, Jason
Berger, S. A.
Berk, Lane Kolker
Berkowitz, Allan A.
Berman, Gizel
Berman, L.
Berman, Mr.
Berman, Mrs.
Bernal Antiquary
Bernard, Eunice
Bernheimer's Antique Arts
Bertha Schaeffer Gallery
Berthold, Gertrude
Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation
Berus, Hélène
Bet Ami
1
19
Bezalel National Museum (Israel), 1955-1965
1
20
Biberfield, J. - Biennale di Venezia, 1950-1964
Biberfeld, J.
Biddle, George
Bienale d'Arte Triveneta
Biennale di Venezia
1
21
Bing, Anna, 1956-1961
1
22
Bitterman, Eleanor - Brandeis Institute, 1945-1969
Bitterman, Eleanor
Blanke
Bleackley, Carol
Bloch, Virginia R.
Blue Moon Gallery
Blum, Hélène
Boar's Head
Bob, Emil
Bode, Arnold and Marilouise
Bollinger, Hans
Bollt, Robert
Bookstaber, Henry
Booth, Winkie
Borenstein, S.
Borowski, Elie
Boston Arts Festival
Boston University
Braat, L.P.J.
Brandeis Institute
1
23
Brandeis University - Brandeis University National Women's Committee, Philadelphia Chapter, 1955-1964
Oversized material housed in OV 11, F1
Brandeis University
Brandeis University National Women's Committee, Philadelphia Chapter
1
24
Brazilian Embassy, 1943-1945
1
25
Brein, Arnold - Brody, Mrs., 1958-1963
Brein, Arnold
Brent, P.
Brera Produzione Cinematografica
Bright, David E.
Broadcast Recording Service
Brodie, Gandy
Brody, Mrs.
1
26
Brooklyn Museum - Bruno Tartaglia Transporti Internazionali, 1955-1972
Brooklyn Museum
Brooklyn Society of Artists, Inc.
Brooks, Peggy Jones
Brown, Edward
Brown, John P.
Brown, Nell
Browne, Ken
Brownstone, Lucien and Ethel
Bruno Tartaglia Transporti Internazionali
1
27
Brussels Universal and International Exposition 1958, 1957-1958
1
28
Bryson, Clayton J. - Bugnard, Claude, 1942-1963
Bryson, Clayton J.
Buchholz Gallery
Buessow, Marguerite
Bugnard, Claude
1
29
Bugnard, Louis, 1952-1964
1
30
Bureau of Jewish Education - Carlebach Gallery, 1943-1968
Bureau of Jewish Education
Burke, Phyllis Ann
Burke Literary Representative (Burke, Shirley)
Burstein, Barney
Bush, Mr.
Byron Gallery, Inc.
Cabell, Ellen R.
Calder, Alexander
Calfee, William H.
Callery, Mary
Camemann, Schuyler
Campbell, Robert
Canaday, John and Katherine
Canarsie High School (Brooklyn, NY)
Carlebach Gallery
1
31
Carleton College, 1954-1964
1
32
Carnegie Institute - Century Association, 1944-1965
Carnegie Institute
Carrier, Raffaele
Carruth, Frank, III
Carton, Norman
Casa Editrice Libraria Ulrico Hoepli
Casey, Mrs. Robert B.
Catherwood Foundation
Cato, Robert
Caywood, Ann
C. Dirkan Kelekian Ancient Arts
Cella, Nicole
Center for Cross-Cultural Communication
Century Association
1
33
Chandler, Buff - Ciardi, John, 1945-1967
Chandler, Buff
Chanin, A.
Chappaqua P.T.A. (NY)
Chareau, Dollie
Charles E. Slatkin, Inc. Galleries
Charles H. Voorheees and Co., Inc.
Chase, Prof.
Cherne, Leo
Children's Day Nurseries in Israel
Christian Action
Ciardi, John
1
34
Cincinnati Art Museum, 1951-1961
1
35
City Art Museum of St. Louis - Coluccini Giuliano Artigiano Formatore, 1950-1968
City Art Museum of St. Louis
Clemson College
Cleveland Center for the Arts
Cleveland Museum of Art
Clifford, Henry
Coder Taylor Associates, Architects, Engineers, Planners
Cogniat, Raymond
Cohen, Alma
Cohen, Mortimer J.
Cohen, Samuel M.
Cohen, Mr.
Colgate University
College Art Association
Colp, Ralph
Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc. (CBS)
Coluccini Giuliano Artigiano Formatore
1
36
Columbia University, 1949-1969
1
37
Comay, Michael and Joan - Contact, 1952-1967
Comay, Michael and Joan
Comité du Monument de la Légion d'Honneur et de la Colonne de la Grande Armée
Conference on the Status of Soviet Jews
Congregation Beth-El (Philadelphia)
Congregation B'nai Jeshurun (New York)
Congregation Ohabai Sholom (Nashville)
Congregation Rodef Sholom (Waco, TX)
Congregation Shaare Zedek (Southfield, MI)
Congrés pour la Liberté de la Culture
Congress for Jewish Culture
Consolidated Edison
Contact
1
38
Contemporary Arts Association of Houston, Inc. - Coordinating Council of French Relief Societies, Inc., 1943-1962
Contemporary Arts Association of Houston, Inc.
Cook, Mr.
Cook, Edith Valet
Coordinating Council of French Relief Societies, Inc.
1
39
Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1951-1969
1
40
Coreos, Josie - Costa, Ernest, 1952-1962
Coreos, Josie
Cornell Forum
Cornell University
Cornell University, Andrew Dickson White Museum of Art
Corning Museum of Glass
Costa, Ernest
1
41
Courtois, Jenny, 1945-1955
1
42
Couturier, Marie-Alain - Cowles, Fleur, 1948-1961
Couturier, Marie-Alain
Couzijn, W.
Cowles, Fleur
1
43
Cowles, John and Betty, 1955-1963
1
44
Creative Arts Gallery - Cunliffe, Marcus, Mitzi, and Antonia, 1945-1967
Creative Arts Gallery
Crockwell, Douglass
Cross, Christopher
Crown Publishers, Inc.
Cunliffe, Marcus, Mitzi, and Antonia
1
45
Curt Valentin Gallery, 1951-1955
1
46
Dade, Philip L. - Darsky, Mr., 1952-1967
Dade, Philip L.
Dagblad de Tijd
Dallek, Godfrey H.
Dalsace, Jean and Annie
Dalsheimer, Helen M.
Dambek, Blanche
Daniel, Eve
Darsky, Mr.
1
47
Davidson, Abraham A. - De Noto, Joseph, 1945-1967
Davidson, Abraham A.
Davis, A. R.
Davis, Richard S. and Phyllis
Day, Faith
D Contemporary Paintings
Déchelette
de Creeft, José
De Dublé, Mercedes García Huidobro
de Hauke, C.
de Henriquez, Alfonso and Marta
Delbanco, Kurt
de Menil
Democratic Party, Artists and Performers National Committee
de Noailles, Marie Laure
De Noto, Joseph
1
48
DePauw University - Deutsch, Armand S., 1947-1968
DePauw University
de Ruyter, O.
de Sola Pool, D.
Deutsch, Armand S.
1
49
Devémy, Jean, 1954-1955
1
50
Dickinson, Edwin - Drummond, Janet Hickey, 1947-1970
Dickinson, Edwin
Dickson, Louise M.
Dietrich, Volkmar
Dilia Czechoslovak Theatrical and Literary Agency
Direction Générale des Arts et des Lettres
Dissent
Djambatan, Ltd.
Dobkin, Eliahu
Documenta
Dominique, M. C.
Donohoe, Miss
Dorekens, Guy
Doren, Daniel
Doris Weiner Gallery
Dorra, Henry
Dowling, Robert W.
Downtown Gallery
Dreyfuss, Henry
Drummond, Janet Hickey
1
51
Dubaut, Pierre, 1950-1966
2 folders
1
52-53
Dubuffet, Jean - Edward MacDowell Association, Inc., 1949-1968
Dubuffet, Jean
Duda, Martha
Duluth Herald
and
Duluth News-Tribune
Duvkin, Elijah
East Cleveland Museum Galleries
Ecuador, Republic of
Edelstein, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Éditions d'Art Albert Skira
Éditions des Trois Collines
Editions Mozaika
Edward MacDowell Association, Inc.
1
54
Eero Saarinen and Associates, 1952-1961
2
1
Eitner, Lorenz - Emery, George L., 1949-1964
Eitner, Lorenz
Elgozy, Georges
Elias, Arthur
Ellerbe and Company, Architects and Engineers
Ellison, Fanny McConnell
Elsen, Albert
Emery, George L.
2
2
Emery Memorial, 1956-1960
2
3
Engle, Karen - Eytan, Walter, 1943-1967
Engle, Karen
English, Virginia Shaw
Enrico Glicenstein Memorial Committee
Ente Manifestzioni Milanesi
Ente Nazionale per la Protezione e l'Assinstenza dei Sordomuti
Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States
Errera, Paul L.
Essex Arts
Everett Rassiga, Inc.
Experiment in International Living
Eytan, Walter
2
4
Fairmount Park Art Association (Philadelphia), 1950-1961
2
5
Farber, Dorothy - F. Delius, 1952-1967
Farber, Dorothy
Farmer, Walter I.
Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, Inc.
Farruggio, Ella Brouner and Remo
Fauvre, Janine
Favre, Lucien and Fela
Fayer, Alfred
F. Delius (F. Delius Giese)
2
6
Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations, Inc. - Finch College Museum of Art, 1928-1970
Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations, Inc.
Federation of Modern Painters and Sculptors, Inc.
Feigner, John S.
Feinberg, Charles E.
Feinberg, Howard and Janet
Feinberg, Margaret V.
Feininger, Mr. and Mrs. Lyonel
Felix Landau Gallery
Fernand Hazan Éditeur
Ferntree, J.
Féron, Louis
Ferrole, Riccardo
Festival Foundation, Inc.
Fields, Mitchell
Finch College Museum of Art
2
7
Fine Arts Associates/Otto Gerson Gallery, Inc., 1955-1962
2
8
Fink, Frances S. - Fondation Neérlandaise des Artes Plastiques, 1948-1969
Fink, Frances S.
Finkelstein, Louis
Finocchiaro, Santo
Fischbach, John A.
Fischer, Harry
Fischer, Leo
Fischl, Bob
Fleisig, Edith Lipchitz
Floch, Joseph (photocopies)
Fogel, Howard H.
Folkes, Peter L.
Follett Publishing Company
Fondation Neérlandaise des Artes Plastiques
2
9
Fonderia d'Arte Vignali and Tommasi/Fonderia d'Arte Luigi Tommasi Pietrasanta, 1963-1970
2
10
Ford Foundation - Foy, Hans, 1942-1966
Ford Foundation
Ford, Monsieur
Foret, E.
Fortess, Karl E.
Fort Worth Art Center
Forum Gallery, Inc.
Foshko, Josef
Fox, William
Foy, Hans
2
11
France, Republic of, 1944-1963
Conseiller Culturale
Délégation du Gouvernment Provisoire
Ministère de l'Éducation Nationale
Ministère de Affaires Étrangère
2
12
Francion, L. - Franklin and Marshall College, 1951-1970
Francion, L.
Francis Pratt, Inc., Primitive, Oriental, Modern Art
Franck, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Franco-American Audio-Visual Distribution Center, Inc.
Franconia College
Frank, Mary
Frank Perls Gallery (Los Angeles)
Frank, Peter
Franklin and Marshall College
2
13
Franzheim, Kenneth, 1952
2
14
Fratelli Fabbri Editori - Fry, Edward, 1943-1968
Fratelli Fabbri Editori
Frederick A. Praeger, Inc., Publishers
Freedman, Adele
Freeman, Mr.
French Art Theatre, Inc.
Frenkel and Co., Inc., Insurance
Freud, Henry
Friedman, Frances
Fry, Edward
2
15
Fry, Varian and Annette, 1944-1967
2
16
Fuchs, Gunter - Galerie M. Rousso, 1948-1975
Fuchs, Gunter
Funk and Wagnalls Company
Furman, Joyce
Gagnon, Charles Eugene
Galante, Francesco
Galdikas, A.
Gale Research Company
Galerie Abel Rosenberg
Galerie Chalette
Galerie Claude Bernard
Galerie de France
Galerie Jeanne Bucher
Galerie Kamer
Galerie Louis Carré
Galerie M. Rousso
2
17
Galleria del Levante - Gash, Frederick, 1949-1971
Galleria del Levante
Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna (Rome)
Gallery of Jewish Art, Inc.
Gallup, Donald
Gamzu, H.
Ganymed Press
Garaventa, Lorenzo
Garramone, Joseph
Garti, Tess
Gash, Frederick
2
18
Gaspard, Leo, 1959-1963
2
19
Gaugh, Harry F. - George M. Juergens Objets d'Art, 1958-1968
Gaugh, Harry F.
Gaynor, Lynda
Geilfus, Frèdèric
Geinhers, Charles
Geist, Sidney
Gemeente Musea Amsterdam
Gemeentemuseum Arnheim
Genauer, Emily
George Braziller, Inc.
George M. Juergens Objets d'Art
2
20
George, Waldemar, 1950-1964
2
21
Georges-Michel, Michel - Goldwater, Robert J., 1943-1964
Georges-Michel, Michel
Geraty, Christopher J.
Germain, Walter
Gertz, Ulrich
Gilber, Miss
Gilbert, Lynn
Gildesgame, Leon L.
Gittlitz, David L.
Godenne, Ghislaine D.
Goldberger, Blanche
Golden, Catherine
Goldhaft, Arthur D.
Goldman, Elaine
Goldring, Maurice H.
Goldstein, Arnold L.
Goldwater, Robert J.
2
22
Goll, Claire - Goodspeed, Betsy, 1944-1968
Goll, Claire
Goodman, Moshe
Goodman, Nelson
Goodman, Percival
Goodson-Todman Enterprises, Ltd.
Goodspeed, Betsy
2
23
Goodwin, Philip L., 1943-1954
2
24
Gordon, Leah - Greenburgh Hebrew Center (Dobbs Ferry, NY), 1943-1972
Gordon, Leah
Gorin, Bart
Goutal
Graham
Graham, Elaine
Grailville
Granville-Jackson, Alastair
Gray, Camilla
Green, John
Greenberg, Casserell
Greenberg, David
Greenberg, Joel
Greenburgh District No. 8 Parent-Teacher Association (White Plains, NY)
Greenburgh Hebrew Center (Dobbs Ferry, NY)
2
25
Greene, Marie Zoe Mercier, 1956-1968
2
26
Greenwich Gallery - Guerry, George P., 1926-1967
Greenwich Gallery
Grippe, Peter
Gris, Josette
Gris, Juan
Gris, Nato
Gritchenko, Alexis
Groner, Duncan
Grosman, Tatyana and Maurice
Gross, Chaim
Grossman, Isidore
Grossman, Mrs.
Groupe O
Gruzan, Jordan L.
Grèguen, Pierre
Guèdenet, Pierre
Guerry, George P.
2
27
Gutnayer, Josef-Marion, Henry and Yvonne - Hammacher, R., 1949-1972
Gutnayer, Josef-Marion, Henry, and Yvonne
Haarlem, Municipality of, Committee of Advice for the Monumental Arts
Hadassah
Hadassah Medical Organization
Haines, Lundberg and Waehler, Architects
Halberstadt, James
Halter, Mrs. Joseph
Halton family
Hamburg, Beryl
Hammacher, A. M.
Hammacher, R.
2
28
Hammer Galleries - Harrison, Ellen, 1944-1969
Hammer Galleries
Hammond, Brian
The Hampton Day School (NY)
Händler, Gerhard
Haney, George J.
Hanks, Nancy
Hanon, Jean
Haral, Bob
Harbeson, Hough, Livingston and Larson, Architects
Harding, Helen Mary
Hari, Kenenth
Harold J. Smith Adjusters, Inc.
Harper's Bazaar
Harrison and Abramovitz, Architects
Harrison, Bebe
Harrison, Ellen
2
29
Harry A. Franklin Gallery - Harry Salpeter Gallery, Inc., 1951-1969
Harry A. Franklin Gallery
Harry N. Abrams Incorporated
Harry Salpeter Gallery, Inc.
2
30
Harvard University - Harvard University, Fogg Art Museum, 1953-1967
Harvard University
Harvard University, Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection
Harvard University, Fogg Art Museum
2
31
Har Zion Temple (Philadelphia) - Havey, Marguerite, 1957-1968
Har Zion Temple (Philadelphia)
Hastings-on-Hudson, Board of Education (NY)
Hastings-on-Hudson, Village of (NY)
Hastings Creative Arts Council, Inc. (NY)
Hastings, Sandra
Haupt, William
Hausch, W. G.
Havey, Marguerite
2
32
Hay, Gyorgy [nephew] and Svetlana, 1959-1967
2
33
Hebrew Home for the Aged - Hill, Clinton, 1943-1967
Hebrew Home for the Aged
Hebrew Teachers College
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Hélion, Jean
Henning, Mr.
Henrietta M. Schumm
Herbert, Robert L.
Herman, Leon
Herndon, Venable and Ursule
Hesperia Art
Heyer, George
HIAS-JCA Emigration Association
Hill, Claude
Hill, Clinton
2
34
Hillside Elementary School (Hastings-on-Hudson, NY) - Hooper, Mrs. Arthur, 1952-1972
Hillside Elementary School (Hastings-on-Hudson, NY)
Hinkhouse, F. M.
Hirsh, Pauline
Hirshhorn, Joseph H. and Olga
Hofstra College
Hohnsbeen, John
Holden, Jessica
Hollander Workshop Gallery
Holzinger, Margit
Homburger, Freddy and Gin
Hooper, Mrs. Arthur
2
35
Hope, Henry R. and Sally, 1950-1955
2
36
Hornik, Marcel P. - Indiana University, 1946-1961
Hornik, Marcel P.
Hudson, Cecil
Hudson River Museum
Humphrey, Hubert H.
Huntington Township Art League (NY)
Hurleigh, Jan
Ilin, Ephraim
Illinois Institute of Technology, Institute of Design
I. M. Pei and Associates, Architects and Planners
Inaugural Committee 1961
Indiana University
2
37
Ingersoll, R. Sturgis, 1946-1973
2 folders
2
38-39
Institute of Contemporary Art (Boston) - International House-New York, 1944-1969
Institute of Contemporary Art (Boston)
Institute of Design [formerly School of Design in Chicago]
Institute of International Education
International Association of Plastic Arts
International Business Machines Corporation (IBM)
International Congress on Religion, Architecture and the Visual Arts
International Exhibitions Foundation
International House-New York
2
40
International Rescue Committee, 1945-1968
2
41
International Synagogue (John F. Kennedy Airport, NY) - Israel Museum, 1955-1972
International Synagogue (John F. Kennedy Airport, NY)
Iona Appeal Trust
Iona Community
Isaacson, Philip M.
Ish-Shalom, M.
Israel Artists and Sculptors Association, Jerusalem Artists
Israel Bonds
Israel Museum
2
42
Italy, Il Ministro della Publica Istruzione - Jewish Theological Seminary of America, 1944-1973
Italy, Il Ministro della Publica Istruzione
Izdebsky, Vladimir
Jackson, Sarah
Jacques Lipchitz Art Foundation
Jaffe, Benjamin
Jaffe, L.
Jaffe, Sam
Jaffin, George M.
Jafke, Orville
Jane Wade Ltd.
Jannoley, Adeline
Jensen, Henry G.
Jewish Community Center of Baltimore
Jewish Community Center of Detroit
Jewish Community Center of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland
Jewish Federation-Council of Greater Los Angeles
Jewish Labor Committee, Women's Division, New York Region
Jewish Museum
Jewish Standard
Jewish Theological Seminary of America
2
43
Jobling, Peter - Junior League of Tarrytown (NY), 1945-1970
Jobling, Peter
John and Mabel Ringling Museum of Art
John P. Streb, Real Estate, Insurance
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
Johnson, Lyndon B.
Johnston College
Johnston, Stephen
Joseph H. Hirshhorn Collection
Joseph L. Shapiro Co., Inc.
Joslyn Art Museum
Julien Levy Gallery
Junior League of Mount Kisco, New York, Inc.
Junior League of Tarrytown (NY)
2
44
Kahnweiler, Daniel-Henry - Katonah Gallery, 1947-1971
Kahnweiler, Daniel-Henry
Kamer, Henri
Kampleman family
Kan, Dora
Kaplan, Alex
Kaplan, J. M.
Karsh, Yousuf and Estrella
Kasser Foundation
Katonah Gallery
2
45
Kaufman, Joseph B. - Kolin, Berthe, 1942-1970
Kaufman, Joseph B.
Kaufmann, Edgar
Kayden, Herbert J.
Keating, Bert M.
Kennedy Memorial Committee
Keren Ha'Yesod
Kitroskaya, G. V.
Konecky, Cyrena
Kessler, Seymour M.
Kieslet, Frederick J.
King, Mr. and Mrs. George Bernard
Klein, Elaine A.
Kligfeld, Bernard
Knight, Mr.
Kohn, Hans
Kolin, Berthe
2
46
Kollek, Theodore, 1961-1974
2
47
Koras, George - Laiken, Henry, 1952-1972
Koras, George
Koskenmaki, Joyce
Koussevitzky, Olga
Kramarsky, Mrs.
Kramer, Olga
Kramer, Robert William Mordecai
Kramer, William
Kriesberg, Liz and Ruth Miller
Kroll, Leon and Florence
Kuh, Katharine
Kunsthaus Zürich/Musée des Beaux-Arts
Kurz, Barbara
Laiken, Henry
2
48
Landau, Gregorio, 1947-1969
2 folders
3
1-2
Lane, Alvin S. - La Revenaude, Annette, 1954-1969
Lane, Alvin S.
Lang, Joseph
Langley, Martina
Langsner, Jules
Lanagton, Basil
Langworthy, Philip B.
Lannelongue, Janine, Jean, and Michel
LAR Art Objects
La Revenaude, Annette
3
3
Larrea, Juan and Marianne, 1943-1972
2 folders
3
4-5
La Salle College - Leuvens Unversitair Kunstcentrum, 1945-1972
La Salle College
Lasker, Mary
Lavaud, Bernard
Lawrence, Michael
Lawson, Mr.
League for Mutual Aid
Lecoque
Ledoyen, A.
Lee, Mildred S.
Lee, Robert
Leech, Mary V.
Leeman, Irving
Lefebvre-Foinet, Lucien
Lejwa, Arthur S.
Lemaire, Eleanor
Le Meé, J. M.
Lennon family
Leofanti, Gene
Leuvens Unversitair Kunstcentrum
3
6
Levering, Robert K. - Lincombe Lodge Research Center, 1947-1970
Levering, Richard K.
Levin, Elliott
Levine, Miriam
Lewin, Henry
Lhote, André
Liaison des Artes
Liberty Park Advisory Council (Los Angeles)
Licht, Ira
Limbour, Georges
Lincombe Lodge Research Center
3
7
Lipchitz, Yulla, 1946-1964
3
8
Lissim, Simon - Luski, Sonia, 1947-1968
Lissim, Simon
Loeb, Marjorie
London County Council
London, I.
Long Island Arts Center, Inc.
Lord, James
Los Angeles County Museum
Los Angeles Times
Low, Claire B. and Frank H.
Lowenthal, Anne F.
Lucien Goldschmidt Rare and Fine Books, Prints and Drawings
Luis, José
Lusker, Louise Ganter
Luski, Sonia
3
9
Lynn Farnol Group - Marks, Hylda Rose, 1943-1967
Lynn Farnol Group Public Relations and Information Programs
Lyon, Emile
Lyons, Leonard
Lyons, Sylvia
Magazine of Art
Magill, James P. and Ruth
Magriel, Paul
Mahlow, Dieter
Maison Nationale de Retraite des Peintres, Sculpteurs et Graveurs
Makler Gallery
Mandel
Mandel, Edna Horne
Manfred, Ernest Fred
Mankato High School (MN)
Marc Vaux, Photographer
Markell, Ellis M.
Marks, Hylda Rose
3
10
Marlborough-Gerson Gallery, Inc./Marlborough Fine Art, Ltd., 1957-1966
Oversized material housed in OV 11, F2
3
11
Marner, Emily - McGlynn, Thomas, 1944-1972
Marner, Emily
Marsh, Mrs. E.
Martens, Michael
Martha Jackson Gallery
Martin, Helen
Maslon, Lillian
Mason, John
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Massimino, Loni Ann
Master Drawings Association, Inc.
Mathey, Jacques
Mathias, Mr.
Matisse, Pierre
May, A. Wilfred
May, Morton D.
Mayer, Carl
Mazer, William
McBride, Mr.
MCA
McCarthy, Mary
McCollester, Roxane
McGlynn, Thomas
3
12
Mechem, Margaret - Metcalf, Addison M., 1950-1969
Mechem, Margaret
Meed, Mrs.
Meisner, Mr. and Mrs. Joel M.
Melekian, S.
Mellow, James K.
Melquist, Jéròme
Mendelsohn, Eric
Mental Health Association of Westchester County, Inc. (NY)
Merinoff, Dmitry
Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch, Inc.
Metcalf, Addison M.
3
13
Metropolitan Educational Television Association, Incorporated - Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1951-1972
Metropolitan Educational Television Association, Incorporated
Metropolitan Museum of Art
3
14
Michigan State University, Kresge Art Center Gallery - Morganthau, Aline, 1944-1972
Michigan State University, Kresge Art Center Gallery
Mickelson, Elmer
Mietek, S.
Mikoláš, Ch.
Mikoláš, Karel
Milch, Peggy Westbury
Milich, Carla
Mindlin, Henrique E.
Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Minneapolis School of Art
Mishkan Le'Omanut, Museum of Art, Ein Harod
Mission of Israel
M. Knoedler and Co., Inc.
Mobile Junior Chamber of Commerce
Model, Elisabeth
Modern Art Foundry, Inc.
Moller, Betty
Monaco, Principality of
Monde Publishers, Inc.
Montclair High School (NJ)
Morales, Miguel G.
Morganthau, Aline
3
15
Morley, Charles L. - Musée "Beit Uri et Rami Nechustan,", 1942-1970
Morley, Charles L.
Moro, Francis and Thomas
Morris and Son Construction Corp.
Morris Gallery
Mose, Carl C.
Moskof, Martin Stephen
Mosman, Mr.
Moteo
Mott, Hanno
Mozer, Helen and Bill
M. R. Schweitzer, Art Dealer - Appraiser
Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute
Murphy, Jo Anne
Musée "Beit Uri et Rami Nechustan"
3
16
Musée Bourdelle, 1959-1964
3
17
Musée Cantini - Musée de l'Homme, 1946-1967
Musée Cantini
Musée Châtelain
Musée d'Art Contemporain, Skopjie (Macedonia)
Musée de l'Homme
3
18
Musée National d'Arte Moderne (Paris), 1947-1964
3
19
Musée Rodin - Museo de Bellas Artes (Caracas), 1955-1961
Musée Rodin
Museo de Bellas Artes (Caracas)
3
20
Museum am Ostwall - Museum of Fine Arts of Houston, 1951-1966
Museum am Ostwall
Museum Bredius
Museum Leverkusen
Museum of African Art
Museum of Fine Arts (Boston)
Museum of Fine Arts of Houston
3
21
Museum of Modern Art, 1942-1967
2 folders
3
22-23
Museum of Primitive Art, 1964
3
24
Museum voor Land-en Volkendunde - National Association of Women Artists, Inc., 1945-1968
Museum voor Land-en Volkendunde
Myerson-Grant, Bess
Nadelman, Eugene
Nadelman, Viola
Naef, Hans
Namir, Mordechai
Nannucci, Maruizio
Nathan, Fritz
Nathan, Helmuth and Irene
Nathan, Karl
National Academy [of Design] School of Fine Arts
National Association of Women Artists, Inc.
3
25
National Broadcasting Company, Inc. (NBC), 1957-1966
3
26
National Council for U. S. Art, Inc. - National Historic Shrines Foundation, Inc., 1943-1970
National Council for U. S. Art, Inc.
National Council of Jewish Women
National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A.
National Educational Television
National Gallery of Art (Washington, DC)
National Historic Shrines Foundation, Inc.
3
27
National Institute of Arts and Letters, 1961-1967
2 folders
3
28-29
National Jewish Welfare Board - New Sculpture Group, 1943-1972
National Jewish Welfare Board
National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Westchester Chapter
Nebenzahl, Yitzhak Ernst
Nederlandse Kunststichting
Neiman-Marcus
Neumann, Hans H.
Neumann, J. B.
Newark Museum
Newfield, John
New Gallery
Newhouse, Caroline
Newman, Hélène S.
Newman, Nancy C.
Newman, Sam B.
New Road - Novy Pout
New Rochelle Water Company
New School for Social Research
New Sculpture Group
3
30
New York City Community College - Niemeyer, Oscar, 1942-1970
New York City Community College
New York City, Department of Public Works
New York Guild for the Jewish Blind
New York Herald Tribune
New York Post
New York Psychoanalytic Institute
New York Public Library
New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture
New York Times
New York University
Nicolas, J.
Niemeyer, Oscar
3
31
Noailles, Charles de, Viscount (photocopies), 1927-1931
3
32
Northside Center for Child Development, Inc. - Nubgaard, Betty, 1961-1969
Northside Center for Child Development, Inc.
Noyes, Eliot, Jr.
Nubgaard, Betty
3
33
Oberlin College, Dudley Peter Allen Memorial Art Museum - Otto Gerson Gallery, Inc., 1951-1967
Oberlin College, Dudley Peter Allen Memorial Art Museum
Observer
(London)
O'Connor, Patricia
O'Connor and Kilham, Jr., Architects
L'Oeil Revue d'Art
Office National de Tourisme Hellenique
Oldham, Gail P.
Old Westbury Gardens, Inc.
Oliver, Katharine S.
Omaha National Bank
Orain, J.
Oram, Harold L.
Orion Press
Orswell, Lois
Oscar Meyer Antique Works of Art, Inc.
Otis Art Institute of Los Angeles County
Otten, Albert
3
34
Owen, Jane Blaffer, circa 1950-1969
3 folders
3
35-37
Ozenfant, Amèdèe - Passedoit, Georgette, 1945-1965
Ozenfant, Amèdèe
Pach, Walter
Painters and Sculptors Society of New Jersey, Inc.
Pannaggi, Ivo
Pasaye, Michele
Passedoit, Georgette
3
38
Patai, Irene, 1961-1967
3
39
Pattison, Abbott - Peiser, Donald, 1953-1968
Pattison, Abbott
Paul F. Damaz, Architect
Paul Moro, Inc., Restorer of Paintings
Paul Rosenberg and Co.
Peiser, Donald
3
40
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1950-1968
3
41
Peridot Gallery - Philadelphia Museum College of Art, 1953-1968
Peridot Gallery
Perls Galleries (New York)
Perrine, A. J.
Persian Antique Gallery
Peter Marks Works of Art, Inc.
P. F. Collier and Son Corporation
Philadelphia, City of
Philadelphia Friends of Lubavitch
Philadelphia Museum College of Art
3
42
Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1950-1968
2 folders
3
43-44
Philadelphia Museum School of Art - Pitman Publishing Corporation, 1943-1967
Oversized material housed in OV 11, F3
Philadelphia Museum School of Art
Philip Johnson Associates
Pickens, Alton
Pietroseal, Remo, Jr.
Piñata Party, Inc.
Pine Plains Central School District (NY)
Piper, Raymond F.
Pitman Publishing Corporation
3
45
Plass, Mrs. Webster - Portable Gallery Press, 1945-1970
Plass, Mrs. Webster
Play Schools Association Inc.
Pleiss, Margo
Poe, Barbara Reis
Pollack, Jack Harrison
Pomerance, Harriet and Leon
Pomerance and Breines Architects
Pomfret School
Portable Gallery Press
3
46
Portland Art Museum, 1950-1951
4
1
Portland Museum Art School - Ragon, Sara, 1944-1973
Portland Museum Art School
Powers, Judith
Praeger, B. M.
Pratt Institute
Prentice-Hall, Inc.
Primus Gallery
Princeton University, Art Museum
Prisme des Arts
Prochnik, Wit-Olaf
Pro Civitate Christiana
Provincetown Art Association Incorporated
Public Education Association
Purris, J. J.
Quamme, Norman
Racine Art Foundry
Racolin, Alexander E.
Rácz, Andre
Radcliffe Institute for Independent Study
Radiodiffusion-Télévision Française
Radziminski, Wayne Lee
Raemith, Waldemar
Rafi, Samir
Ragon, Sara
4
2
Rannit, Aleksis - Redstone, Louis G. and Ruth, 1952-1972
Oversized material housed in OV 11, F4
Rannit, Aleksis
Rapoport, Morris
Rapoport, Natan
Rassegna Internazionale di Scultura Contemporanea all'Aperto, 2a
Ray, Deborah Cohen
Raynal, Germaine and M.
Read, Prudence
Rechter Zary Architects, Peri Engineer
Reder, Bernard
Redstone, Louis G. and Ruth
4
3
Refess-Remisoff, Michel and Hélène - Reform Jewish Appeal, 1954-1969
Refess-Remisoff, Michel and Hélène
Reform Jewish Appeal
4
4
Reis, Bernard and Becky; Reis, Barbara, 1952-1964
4
5
Rewald, John - Rienckens, Valentin, 1943-1969
Rewald, John
Rey, Sydor
Rhode Island School of Design, The Museum
Rice, Norman N.
Richter, Horace
Rienckens, Valentin
4
6
Rijksmuseum Kröller Muller Otterlo, 1953-1968
4
7
Rimberg, Herman - Rosch, Mrs. Samuel J., 1943-1970
Rimberg, Herman
Rina Gallery
Ringelheim, Paul H.
Ritter, Gladys
Robbins, Dorothy
Robinson, George F.
Rockefeller, Mrs. John D., III
Rockefeller, Mary C.
Rockefeller, Nelson A.
Rodgers, William
Rodman, Selden
Romain Rolland Memorial Meeting
Rome, Harold
Ronnebeck, Arnold
Rood, Dorothy B. A.
Rosch, Mrs. Samuel J.
4
8
Rose, Billy - Rozran, Bernard W., 1950-1967
Rose, Billy
Rosen, Jack
Rosen, Samuel
Rosenbaum, Helen
Rosenberg, Natalie
Rosenberg, James N.
Rosenfeld, Louis
Rosenthal, Julius
Rosgate, Theodore
Ross, Gloria and Arthur
Roston, Arnold
Roth, Irene
Roth, Sanford H.
Rotsch, Kurt
Rousset, Robert
Rowlings, Arnie
Royal-Athena Galleries
Rozran, Bernard W.
4
9
Rubin, Samuel - R.V. Replogle and M. G. Barr, Designers and Directors of Apex, 1955-1964
Rubin, Samuel
Rubinow, Raymond S.
Rubinson, Nathan
Rubinstein, Marla
Rudier, G.
Rumsey, Claire
Ruslander, Selwyn D.
Russell, Dick and Steph
Russell, George
R.V. Replogle and M. G. Barr, Designers and Directors of Apex
4
10
Sadwith, Lucille - Sarah Lawrence College, 1951-1967
Sadwith, Lucille
Sahl, Hans
Saint Cloud State College
St. Joseph Museum
St. Paul Gallery and School of Art
Sts. John and Paul School (Larchmont, NH)
Salcius, Mr. A.
Salmony, Alfred
Sandberg, Willem
Sanders, P.
San Francisco Civic Center Plaza International Competition
San Francisco Museum of Art
Sarah Lawrence College
4
11
Scarsdale Studio Workshop - Schneersohn, I., 1957-1969
Scarsdale Studio Workshop (NY)
Scarsdale Synagogue (NY)
Scarsdale Woman's Club (NY)
Schaap, Adolf
Schack, William
Schalz, Belle K.
Schapiro, Meyer and Lillian
Schendel, Jim
Scher, Marie
Schmid, Elsa
Schneersohn, I.
4
12
Schneerson, Menachem M., 1959-1967
4
13
Schneid, Otto - Sculptors Guild, Incorporated, 1942-1966
Schneid, Otto
Schneider, Alexander
Schocken, Gidon
Schor, Ilya
Schuling, I. W.
Schwartz, Alan E.
Schwarz, Karl
Schweich, Albert
Schweicher, Curt
Schweighofer, F.
Schweinhage, Karin M. E.
Sculptors Guild, Incorporated
4
14
Seattle World's Fair - Sextant, Inc., 1944-1970
Seattle World's Fair
Seckler, Dorothy
Segel, Yonny
Segy Gallery
Seiden, Rudolph
Setterblad, Oscar
Sexology
Sextant, Inc.
4
15
Shapiro, Jessie - Silvermine Guild of Artists, Inc., 1952-1969
Shapiro, Jessie
Shaw, Frederick W.
Shaye, Max M.
Sherer, Morris
Sherman, Devora
Sherod
Shikes, Peter B.
Shopen, Ken
Shore, Donald
Shorewood Publishers Inc.
Show
Sichel, Pierre
Sicilia, Salvatore
Sikkens Lakfabrieken
Silber, Zavel
Silvermine Guild of Artists, Inc.
4
16
Simms, Carroll H. - Smithsonian Institution, National Collection of Fine Arts, 1953-1970
Simms, Carroll H.
Sinai Temple (Los Angeles)
Singer, Herbert M.
Singer, Mimi
Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, Architects/Engineers
Sleepy Hollow Restorations
Sloan, Mrs. N. P.
Smith College Museum of Art
Smith, Hinchman and Grylls Associates, Inc.
Smith, Jean Kennedy
Smithsonian Institution, National Collection of Fine Arts
4
17
Smoter, Jerzy - Sonnenfeld, Otto, 1949-1968
Smoter, Jerzy
Soby, James T.
Sobsy, Cynthia
Société des Amis d'Yvan Goll
Société Radio-Canada
Society of Washington Artists
Soderberg, Ronald
Sofianopulo, Cesare
Solomon, Betty M.
Solomon, Gerald
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Sonnenberg, Benjamin
Sonnenfeld, Otto
4
18
Soula, Camille, 1951-1963
4
19
Southworth, June - Soyer, Raphael, 1962-1966
Southworth, June
Soyer, Raphael
4
20
Spaeth, Eloise, 1962-1964
4
21
Spalek, Paul - Stankiewicz, Richard, 1946-1971
Spalek, Paul
Spampinato, Mario
Spanish Refugee Aid, Inc.
Spanish Refugee Appeal
Spire Production Company
Spring, Betty
Spring, John C.
Springfield Art League (MA)
Squier, Jack
Stadt Duisberg Kunstmuseum
Stadt Köln
Stadtische Kunstsammlungen, Nuremberg
Städtisches Museum Wuppertal
Staempfli, George W.
Stankiewicz, Richard
4
22
Starrels, Joel and Celeste, 1958-1967
4
23
Starwood Corporation - Stavisky, Lotte, 1949-1964
Starwood Corporation
State of Israel Bonds
State of Israel Commemoration Dinner
State University of Iowa
Stavisky, Lotte
4
24
Stedelijk Museum (Amsterdam), 1955-1963
4
25
Stedelijk Museum "Het Prinsehof" (Delft) - Stephens, Jacqueline, 1928-1966
Stedelijk Museum "Het Prinsehof" (Delft)
Stedelijk van Abbe-museum (Eindhoven)
Steegmuller, Francis
Steendrukkerij de Jong and Co.
Stein, Gertrude (photocopies)
Stein, Jules
Steinbeck, Dietmar
Steinman, Mr. and Mrs.
Stephens College
Stephens, Jacqueline
4
26
Sterling, Friede and Bob - Tafel, Edgar, 1944-1966
Sterling, Friede and Bob
Stern, Herbert
Stern, Louis E.
Stern, Simone
Streeter, Tal
Strutz, Henry
Stuart Art Gallery
Sunday Courier and Press
(Evansville, IN)
Sweeney, James Johnson
Swet, Gershon
Tacha, Athena C.
Tafel, Edgar
4
27
Taft, Robert, Jr., 1957-1960
4
28
Talner, Gabrielov, 1948
4
29
Tamarind Lithography Workshops, Inc., 1962-1969
4
30
Tasutzky, Boris - Teochita, Inc., Pre-Columbian Art, 1952-1968
Tasutzky, Boris
Tate Gallery
Taylor, Larry P.
Taylor, Sandra
Tell, Philip
Teller, Walter Magnes
Temerman, Nadia
The Temple (Cleveland)
Temple Beth El (Flint, MI)
Temple B'nai Sholom
Temple Emanu-el of Long Beach (NY)
Temple Israel (Croton-on-Hudson, NY)
Temple Israel of Northern Westchester (NY)
Temple Sinai of Bergen County (NJ)
Tenenbaum, Sheu
Teochita, Inc., Pre-Columbian Art
4
31
Thaler, Pat - Tishman, Ruth W., 1945-1964
Thaler, Pat
Thalheimer, Lilyan J.
Thannhauser, Justin K.
Thebault, Janine
Thebault, P. F.
Theodor Herzl Institute
This Week Magazine
Thomas, Steffen
Thompson, G. David
Thompson, Gladys
Ticho, Anna
Tillinghast, Caroline and Frank
Time
Times Herald Record
(Middletown, NY)
Tishman, Paul
Tishman, Ruth W.
4
32
Tobak, David - Tovish, Harold, 1952-1972
Tobak, David
Tobias, Frances
Toledo Museum of Art
Tombeau du Martyr Juif Inconnu
Tommasi, Paolo
Tompkins, Alfred E.
Tournai [Belgium], Municipality of
Tovish, Harold
4
33
Trepuk, Albert O. - Union of Hebrew American Congregations, Commission on Synagogue Administration, 1947-1973
Trepuk, Albert O.
Trier, Eduard
Trotsky, Hélène
Trumbull Jewish Community Group (CT)
Tuchman, Mr.
Tucker, Jean S.
Tung Hsun-Chung
Turnbull, Grace H.
Turn Toward Peace, New England Regional Office
l'Union des Artistes, Centenaire Toulouse-Lautrec
Union des Sociétés Juives de France
Union of Hebrew American Congregations, Commission on Synagogue Administration
4
34
United Church Board for Homeless Ministries - University of California, 1942-1970
United Church Board for Homeless Ministries
United Church of Christ (Philadelphia)
United Hebrew Congregation (St. Louis)
United Jewish Appeal of Greater New York
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
United Presbyterian Church
United States Department of State
United States Information Agency
United States Treasury Department
United States War Information Office
United States War Production Board
Universal Limited Art Editions
University of California
4
35
University of California, Los Angeles, Art Galleries, 1960-1967
2 folders
4
36-37
University of Chicago - University of Kansas, Museum of Art, 1946-1963
University of Chicago
University of Denver
University of Hartford
University of Illinois, Krannert Art Museum
University of Kansas
University of Kansas, Museum of Art
4
38
University of Minnesota, Duluth, 1961-1969
2 folders
Oversized material housed in OV 11, F5
4
39-40
University of Oregon - University of Pennsylvania, 1950-1970
University of Oregon
University of Pennsylvania
4
41
University of Pennsylvania, University Museum, 1951-1972
2 folders
4
42-43
University of St. Thomas (Houston) - Vacheron, Edilbert Z., 1953-1969
University of St. Thomas (Houston)
University of Southern California
University of Texas
University of Toronto
University of Vermont
University of Washington
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Uris Building Corporation
Uzielli, Mrs. Giorgio
Vacheron, Edilbert Z.
4
44
Valentin, Curt, Estate of, 1954-1955
4
45
Van Bork, Bert, 1960-1966
4
46
Vancouver Art Gallery - Vermont Marble Company, 1951-1969
Vancouver Art Gallery
van der Blij, K. J.
van der Marck, J.H.M.
van der Wal, G.
van Leyden, Karin
Van Waveren, Godfried
Varèse, Edgard
Varkell, Paul
Vaughn, Rosa E.
Verdel, A.
Verhagen, Joep
Verlag Kurt Desch München
Vermont Marble Company
4
47
Victor Kamkin, Inc. Bookstore - Vilven, Marsha L., 1945-1963
Victor Kamkin, Inc. Bookstore
Victoria and Albert Museum
View
Villanueva, Carlos Raúl
Vilven, Marsha L.
4
48
Vincent G. Kling and Associates, 1966-1972
4
49
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts - Waits, Don, 1945-1967
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Vizer, Mr.
Vogel, Virginia Booth
Vogue
Vose Galleries of Boston, Inc.
Waits, Don
4
50
Walker Art Center, 1954-1964
4
51
Walker Foundation - Weill, Erna, 1948-1969
Walker Foundation
Walker, Maynard
Wall Street Synagogue
Walters Art Gallery
Warren, Katherine
Warshaw, Howard
Warszawski, Marie
Washington Hebrew Congregation
Washton, Rose-Carol
Watson, Thomas J., Jr.
Waxman, Bertha B.
W. B. Yeats Memorial Committee
WCAU-TV 10
W. C. Cox and Company
Webb, Aline
Weidenfeld and Nicolson Limited
Weil, Florence
Weill, Erna
5
1
Weiner, Aline - Welton Becket and Associates, Architects, Engineers, 1945-1970
Weiner, Aline
Weiner, Egon
Weiner, Lillian
Weiner, Martin
Weiner, Norman and Eugenia
Weiner, Ted
Weintraub Gallery
Weisman, David
Weiss, Florence
Weizmann Institute of Science
Welton Becket and Associates, Architects, Engineers
5
2
Weng, Siegfried R. - White, Robert W., 1944-1966
Weng, Siegfried R.
Wenger, J.
Werner, Alfred
Westchester Art Society (NY)
Westchester Arts and Crafts Guild (NY)
Westchester Co., Commissioner of Jurors (NY)
Westchester Day School (NY)
Westchester Reform Temple (Hartsdale, NY)
Westheim, Raul
WGBH-FM and WGBH-TV (Cambridge, MA)
White House
White, Robert W.
5
3
Whitney Museum of American Art, 1945-1964
5
4
Wholden, Rosalind G. - William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art, Atkins Museum of Fine Arts, 1952-1972
Wholden, Rosalind G.
Who's Who
Who's Who in America
Wichita State University
Wiggins, Jim
Wilber, Thomas Brown
Willard, Charlotte
Willard Gallery
William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art, Atkins Museum of Fine Arts
5
5
Williams, Jack and Zeta - Wookey, Richard H., 1943-1966
Williams, Jack and Zeta
Willis, Mrs. John T.
Wills, Frances
Wilson, Helen
Wines, James
Winnepeg Art Gallery Association/Winnepeg Art Gallery
Wittenborn, George
Wittlich, Peter
Women for Peace
Wookey, Richard H.
5
6
Worcester Art Museum, 1943-1967
5
7
World Federation of the Bergen-Belson Associations, Inc. - WUHY-FM (Philadelphia), 1956-1965
World Federation of the Bergen-Belson Associations, Inc.
World House
WRCV (Philadelphia)
W. R. Keating and Company
W. S. Budworth and Son, Inc.
WUHY-FM (Philadelphia)
5
8
Wurtzburger, Alan and Janet -
Yale Literary Magazine
, 1952-1967
Wurtzburger, Alan and Janet
Yale and Towne Manufacturing Company
Yale Literary Magazine
5
9
Yale University - Yale University Art Gallery, 1946, undated
Yale University
Yale University Art Gallery
5
10
Yamasaki, Minoru - Ysla, Pedro and Gloria, 1944-1969
Yamasaki, Minoru
Yamin, Martina
Yarre, L.
Yeshiva University, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
YKUF Art Section
Yonkers Art Association
Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association
Young, Philip A.
Youth Aliyah and Fellowship in Israel for Arab-Jewish Youth
Ysla, Pedro and Gloria
5
11
Zabriskie, Fanny and Vic - Zymet, Carl L., 1952-1972
Zabriskie, Fanny and Vic
Zach, Jan
Zacks, Samuel J.
Zajac, A.
Zborowski-Bonat, Josephine
Zeisler, Richard S.
Zuck, Tom
Zucker, Henry L.
Zymet, Carl L.
5
12
Unidentified (Alfredo - Frankie), 1958-1972
Alfredo
Alice K.
André
Claire
Emilia
Falya
Falya and Nina
Frankie
5
13
Unidentified (Gertrude and Bill - Marc), 1952-1972
Gertrude and Bill
Gigi
Giorgio
Gottfried and Tutti
Jane
Jane and Tom
Janine
Jean
Jo
Joe
Joel
John
Johnnie
Libby and Louis
Marc
5
14
Unidentified (Marie-Eve - Natasha), 1954-1964
Marie-Eve
Marjo
Martin
Natasha
5
15
Unidentified (Nina - The Zs), 1959-1969
Nina
Nino and Marilyn
Oksana
Pablo
Paul
Pierre
Ray and M.L.S.
Sarah
Sidney
The Zs
5
16
Unidentified (Ami - To Whom it May Concern), 1942-1969
Ami
Chers
Cherie
Directeur et Ami
Monsieur le Directeur
Frau
Friends
Madame
Monsieur
Monsieur et Ami
Monsieur le President
Rabbi
Rebbe
Sisters and All Our Own
Sir
To Whom it May Concern
5
17
Drafts of Lipchitz's Letters (multiple letters per page), circa 1950s
Allen, Miss
Ambellan, Harold
Anderson, Mr.
Aronson, Prof.
Birchinsky, Mr.
Byron, Charles A. (Byron Gallery, Inc.)
Darland, Dr. R. W. (University of Minnesota, Duluth)
Edelsberg, Mr.
Fox, Mr.
Hills, Miss
Hursh, Mrs.
[Ingersoll], Sturgis
Jacobson, Mrs.
Karsh, Mrs.
Kling, Vincent
[Kollek], Teddy
Mackler, Paul and Hope (Makler Gallery)
Miró, Joan
Moore, Henry
Murphy, Chancellor
Picasso, Pablo
Redom, Miss
Rudeman, Mr.
Sandberg, Willem
Silverman, Rabbi
Sullivan, Dr.
Verder, André
Betty
David
Directeur et Ami
Fred
Gigi
Leonard
Lou
Philip
5
18
Illegible Signatures or Salutations, 1923-1972
5
19
Unsigned, circa 1940s
5
20
Fragments, 1956-1970
5
21
Brandeis University, 1968
Oversized material scanned with Box 1, F24
OV 11
1
Marlborough-Gerson Gallery, Inc./Marlborough Fine Arts, Ltd., 1964
Oversized material scanned with Box 3, F11
OV 11
2
Philip Johnson Associates, 1960
Oversized material scanned with Box 3, F45
OV 11
3
Rechter Zarhy Architects, Peri Engineer, 1972
Oversized material scanned with Box 4, F3
OV 11
4
University of Minnesota, Duluth, 1964
Oversized material scanned with Box 4, F39
OV 11
5
1.3:Diaries, 1940-1965
0.2 linear feet
Box 5
Eleven small pocket diaries contain very brief entries noting appointments and events, along with addresses and phone numbers, notes on expenses, and a few quick sketches.
DescriptionContainer
Volumes 1-5, 1940-1955
Volume 1: 1940
Volume 2: 1941
Volume 3: 1952
Volume 4: 1954
Volume 5: 1955
5
22
Volumes 6-8, 1956-1958
Volume 6: 1956
Volume 7: 1957
Volume 8: 1958
5
23
Volumes 9-11, 1961-1965
Volume 9: 1961
Volume 10: 1963
Volume 11: 1965
5
24
1.4:Writings, 1946-1965
0.3 linear feet
Box 5
Writings by Jacques Lipchitz include a notebook containing random notes on sculpture. The folder titled "Lists of Sculpture" includes a list of items lost in the 1952 fire that destroyed his East 23rd Street studio. Among the miscellaneous writings are short pieces and fragments about Rodin, William Zorach, Mary Frank, and Natan Rapoport; memories of Modigliani; articles and reflections on contemporary art and the church; and a completed questionnaire about
The Struggle of Jacob with the Angel
. Speeches, with the exception of a transcript of his talk with students at Boston University School of Fine and Applied Arts, March 12, 1965, are unidentified and undated.
Among the writings by other authors are catalog essays, student papers, and a speech about Lipchitz and his work. This series also includes transcripts and notes of interviews with Jacques Lipchitz.
A small number of writings, enclosed with letters, are scattered throughout the correspondence (Subseries 1.1). Most notable is "Homage to Jacques Lipchitz," a poem by John Ciardi, sent with his letter of June 18, 1958.
DescriptionContainer
By Lipchitz
Artist's Statements, circa 1950s
5
25
List and Notes about Lipchitz Collection, circa 1940-1965
5
26
Lists of Sculpture, circa 1950s
5
27
Miscellaneous Writings, circa 1940-1965
2 folders
5
28-29
Miscellaneous Writings (fragments), circa 1940-1965
5
30
Notebook, circa 1940-1965
5
31
Notes, circa 1940-1965
5
32
Speeches, 1965
5
33
By Other Authors, 1946-1963
Arnason, H. H., "Jacques Lipchitz - The Maquettes" (1963)
Cocteau, Jean, Untitled
Cohen, Ruth, "Jacques Lipchitz Exhibition"
Ingersoll, R. Sturgis, Foreword to Fine Arts Associates catalog
Meeropol, Robert, Untitled Student Paper
Rewald, John, Untitled
Shenker, Israel, "Jacques Lipchitz"
Sweeney, James Johnson, "Jacques Lipchitz"
Sweeney, James Johnson, Address at Dedication Ceremony of
Joie de Vivre
, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Tucker, Jean S., Student Paper, "An approach to
Mother and Child
, 1949, by Jacques Lipchitz"
5
34
Interview Transcripts and Notes, 1957-1961
"Notes on 'Conversation with Jack [
sic
] Lipchitz [
sic
]'"
Jacques Lipchitz interviewed by Tal Streeter
"A Visit with Jacques Lipchitz," by Marc Siegel for television show "Directions '61" (broadcast October 29, 1961)
5
35
1.5:Catalogue Raisonné records, 1992-1999
1.7 linear feet
Boxes 5-7, 10
Sponsored by Marlborough Gallery, Inc., Alan G. Wilkinson's
The Sculpture of Jacques Lipchitz: A Catalogue Raisonné
was published by Thames and Hudson.
Volume One: The Paris Years, 1910-1940
appeared in 1996, and
Volume Two: The American Years, 1941-1973
was issued in 2000.
1.5.1:
Volume One: The Paris Years, 1910-1940
, 1992-1996
Correspondence includes photo requests and permissions.
DescriptionContainer
Manuscript
Text by Alan G. Wilkinson, circa 1995-1996
5
36
Introduction by A. M. Hammacher, "Jacques Lipchitz, 1891-1973: A Concise Survey" (1987-1988), circa 1995-1996
5
37
Dummies
First Version, Corrected, circa 1996
5
38
Early Version (incomplete, plates only), circa 1996
5
39
Complete Copy, Corrected, circa 1996
5
40
Proof Sheets, Corrected, 1996
Oversized material housed in Box 10, F6-9
5
41
Addendum to
Volume One: The Paris Years, 1910-1940
, 1999
Material housed in Box 6, F15
5
42
Correspondence, Administrative, 1994-1995
5
43
Correspondence, Administrative, 1996 January-April
5
44
Correspondence, Administrative, 1996 May-June
5
45
Correspondence, Administrative, 1996 July-September
5
46
Correspondence, Research
Albright-Knox Art Gallery - Barnes Foundation, 1992-1996
Albright-Knox Art Gallery
Art Gallery of Ontario
Baltimore Museum of Art
Barnes Foundation
6
1
Bunkamura Museum of Art - Indianapolis Museum of Art, 1995-1996
Bunkamura Museum of Art
Chrysler Museum of Art
Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston
Dallas Museum of Art
Dartmouth College, Hood Museum of Art
Galerie Jeanne Boucher
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
Indianapolis Museum of Art
6
2
The Israel Museum, 1995-1996
6
3
Kansas City Art Institute, Kemper Museum - Princeton University, The Art Museum, 1992-1996
Kansas City Art Institute, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art and Design
Kunsthaus Zürich
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Museé des Beaux Arts, Rouen
Museum of Modern Art
Milwaukee Art Museum
Princeton University, The Art Museum
6
4
Notes and Research Materials
Notes and Printed Material, circa 1990s
6
5
Photographs of Work (created 1910-1916), circa 1990s
6
6
Photographs of Work (created 1933-1940), circa 1990s
6
7
Negatives of Work (created 1910-1936), circa 1990s
6
8
Color Transparencies of Work (created 1911-1936), circa 1990s
6
9
Proof Sheets, Corrected, 1996
4 folders
Oversized material from Box 5, F41
10
6-9
1.5.2:
Volume 2: The American Years, 1941-1973
, circa 1992-1999
Administrative correspondence is mainly between Marlborough Gallery staff and the author, Alan G. Wilkinson.
Research correspondence includes several letters received in response to inquiries made during preparation of volume 1 that also contain information about works produced after 1940. They were used for researching volume 2 and remain with the records relating to its compilation.
DescriptionContainer
Manuscript
"Preface, With Notes on Casting" (draft and corrected version), 1999
6
10
Catalogue Entries, First Draft, 1999
6
11
Catalogue Entries, Revised (June 11), 1999
6
12
Catalogue Entries, Revised (June 26), 1999
6
13
Title Page, Acknowledgements, Bibliography, 1999
6
14
"Addendum to
Volume One: The Paris Years, 1910-1940
" "Addendum to Lipchitz Bibliography/Chronology,", 1999
Material from Box 5, F42
6
15
Proof Sheets, Preface, 1999
6
16
Correspondence, Administrative, 1998
6
17
Correspondence, Administrative, 1999 January-March
6
18
Correspondence, Administrative, 1999 April-June
6
19
Correspondence, Research
Albright-Knox Art Gallery - Currier Gallery of Art, 1995-1999
Albright-Knox Art Gallery
Baltimore Museum of Art
Birmingham Museum of Art
Christie's, Tel Aviv
Chrysler Museum of Art
Cincinnati Art Museum
Columbia University
Cornell University, Herbert F. Johnson Museum
Currier Gallery of Art
6
20
Dallas Museum of Art - Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1995-1999
Dallas Museum of Art
Dartmouth College, Hood Museum of Art
Des Moines Art Center
Detroit Institute of Arts
Fairmount Park Art Association
Galeria Nazionale d'Arte Moderne, Rome
6
21
Haags Gemeentemuseum - Israel Museum, 1995-1999
Haags Gemeentemuseum
Hakone Open Art Museum
Harvard University, Fogg Art Museum
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution
Honolulu Academy of Arts
Indiana University Art Museum
Israel Museum
6
22
Jewish Museum - Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1998-1999
Jewish Museum
Lane, Alvin S.
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
6
23
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Museé d'art et d'histoire du Judiasme, 1993-1999
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, List Visual Arts Center
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Minnesota Museum of American Art
Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, Museum of Art
Museé d'art et d'histoire du Judiasme
6
24
Museo de Arte Contemporaneo - The Museum of Modern Art, 1998-1999
Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Caracas
Museo de Bellas Artes, Caracas
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen
Museum Folkwang Essen
Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wein
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Museum of Modern Art
6
25
National Gallery of Canada - Princeton University, Art Museum, 1992-1999
National Gallery of Canada
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Niigata City Museum
Norton Simon Museum/Norton Museum of Art
Open Air Museum of Sculpture
Owen, Jane Blaffer and R. L. Blaffer Trust
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Portland Art Museum (OR)
Princeton University, The Art Museum
6
26
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art - Stedelijk Museum, 1995-1999
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art
Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery and Sculpture Garden
Shizuoka Perfectual Museum of Art
Skirball Cultural Center and Museum
Smith College Museum of Art
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Southern Methodist University, Meadows Museum
Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe
Städtische Kunsthalle Mannheim
Stanford University, Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts
Stedelijk Museum
6
27
Sttatsgalerie Stuttgart - University of California, 1998-1999
Sttatsgalerie Stuttgart
Syracuse University Art Collection
Tate Gallery
Tel Aviv Museum of Art
Tokushima Modern Art Museum
University of Arizona Museum of Art
University of California, Los Angeles, Franklin D Murphy Sculpture Garden
6
28
University of Chicago - Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1995-1999
University of Chicago, The David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art
University of Iowa Museum of Art
University of Michigan Museum of Art
University of Minnesota, Tweed Museum of Art
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
6
29
Walker Art Center - Worcester Art Museum, 1995-1999
Walker Art Center
Washington University
Wellesley College, Davis Museum and Cultural Center
Whitney Museum of American Art
Worcester Art Museum
6
30
Notes and Research Materials
Exhibition Catalogs (1942-1957, photocopies), circa 1995-1999
6
31
Exhibition Catalogs (1959-1982, photocopies), circa 1995-1999
6
32
Notes and Lists, circa 1995-1999
6
33
Photographs of Sculpture
Created in 1941-1947, circa 1990s
5 folders
6
34-38
Created in 1948-1954, circa 1990s
5 folders
6
39-43
Created in 1955-1972, circa 1990s
6 folders
6
44-49
Negatives of Sculpture
Created in 1941-1947/48, circa 1990s
7
1
Created in 1952-1958, circa 1990s
7
2
Created in 1970-1971/72, circa 1990s
7
3
Color Transparencies of Sculpture Created in 1941-1971/72, circa 1990s
7
4
1.5.3:Volumes One and Two, circa 1992-1999
Research materials used for both volumes of the catalogue raisonné consist of unidentified images of Lipchitz's sculpture and copies of inventory cards for bronzes and stone sculptures at Marlborough Gallery, Inc.
Several letters received in response to inquiries made during preparation of volume 1 also contain information about works produced after 1940. They were used for researching volume 2 and remain with the research correspondence documenting its compilation.
DescriptionContainer
Research Materials, Marlborough Gallery, Inc.
Images of Lipchitz Bronzes and Stone Sculptures, Unidentified, circa 1960s-1990s
7
5
Inventory Cards for Lipchitz Bronzes and Stone Sculptures, circa 1960s-1990s
7
6
1.6:Financial records, 1942-1968
0.2 linear feet
Box 7
Account statements issued by Buchholz Gallery and Curt Valentin Gallery record works sold, buyers, and prices. They also document the charges to the artist for casting, photography, insurance, and etc. Records concerning the Lipchitz Collection consist of receipts from auctioneers and galleries.
Additional financial records including gallery accounts, insurance records, and invoices and receipts enclosed with letters are scattered throughout the correspondence (Subseries 1.2). Notes on expenses are scattered throughout the diaries (Subseries 1.3).
DescriptionContainer
Accounts, 1942-1955
Buchholz Gallery
Curt Valentin Gallery
7
7
Banking Records and List of Accounts, 1951-1959
7
8
Insurance, 1952-1960
7
9
Invoices and Receipts
Casting and Finishing, 1951-1968
7
10
Expenses, Miscellaneous, 1952-1968
7
11
Framing, 1952-1968
7
12
Lipchitz Art Collection, 1944-1964
7
13
Photography, 1952-1967
7
14
Shipping, Storage, Customs, 1942-1960
7
15
Jacques Lipchitz Studio Fund, circa 1960s-1970s
7
16
Taxes, 1954-1957
7
17
Notes, Miscellaneous, 1961-1963
7
18
1.7:Artwork, circa 1950s-1970s
2 folders
Box 7
Sketches by Lipchitz consist of pencil drawings on the back of an envelope and drawings in ball point pen on two small slips of paper. The geometric designs by an unidentified artist are rendered in ink on two sheets of graph paper.
DescriptionContainer
Sketches by Lipchitz, circa 1950s-1970s
7
19
Geometric Designs by Unidentified Artist, circa 1950s-1970s
7
20
1.8:Scrapbooks, 1945-1946
0.01 linear feet
Box 7
Two volumes consist mainly of newspaper clippings and a small number of clippings from periodicals mentioning Lipchitz and/or containing reproductions of his work. All clippings were provided by the French clipping service Le Lynx. Volume 2 also includes a 2-page transcript of a very brief interview, and the text of equally brief remarks delivered by Lipchitz at an unidentified event. Material preserved in the scrapbooks is mostly in French, with a few items in German and English.
DescriptionContainer
Volume 1, 1945
7
21
Volume 2, 1946
7
22
1.9:Printed Material, 1929-1973
1 linear foot
Boxes 7-8, 10, OV 12
Exhibition catalogs and announcements, articles, press releases, books, reproductions, and programs document Lipchitz's exhibitions, sculpture, commissions, the Lipchitz Collection, and events honoring the sculptor. This series also contains a variety of printed material including newspaper clippings and other miscellaneous items regarding general art topics. Some items are in German and French.
Additional printed items are found enclosed with correspondence (Subseries 1.2) and, to a lesser extent, in his diaries (Subseries 1.3). Both scrapbooks (Subseries 1.8) are comprised mainly of newspaper clippings.
1.9.1:About/Mentioning Lipchitz, 1929-1973
Architectural prints show sites for commissions and/or details of projects. Miscellaneous items consist of a ship passenger list, the menu of a farewell dinner honoring Lipchitz, and a general brochure about The American Academy of Arts and Letters containing a picture of Lipchitz receiving an award. Programs are for events honoring Lipchitz and a 1967 Jacques Lipchitz Festival sponsored by the Hastings Creative Arts Council.
DescriptionContainer
Advertisements for Exhibitions, circa 1960s
7
23
Architectural Prints (sites for Lipchitz commissions), 1958-1964
Oversized material housed in OV 12
Blaffer Trust Shrine, New Harmony, IN
International Business Machines, Yorktown Heights, NY
St. Louis, Lambert Airport
University of Minnesota, Duluth
Washington Square East, Philadelphia
7
24
Articles, 1955-1972
7
25
Books
Goldwater, Robert.
Lipchitz
. Amsterdam: Allert de Lange, 1954
partially scanned
7
26
Raynal, Maurice.
Jacques Lipchitz
. Paris: Éditions Jeanne Bucher, (partially scanned), [1947]
7
27
Les Sculpteurs Français Nouveaux No. 7, Jacques Lipchitz
, Paris: ??ditions de la Nouvelle Revue Française, 1929
partially scanned
7
28
Exhibition Catalogs and Announcements
Lipchitz Solo and Group Exhibitions, 1930-1949
partially scanned
7
29
Lipchitz Solo and Group Exhibitions, 1950-1959
partially scanned
7
30
Lipchitz Solo and Group Exhibitions, 1961-1963
7
31
Lipchitz Solo and Group Exhibitions, 1964-1966
partially scanned
7
32
Lipchitz Solo and Group Exhibitions, 1967-1969
7
33
Lipchitz Solo and Group Exhibitions, 1970
partially scanned
7
34
The Lipchitz Collection, 1960
7
35
Lecture Announcements, 1954-1963
7
36
Miscellaneous Items, 1962-1964
partially scanned
7
37
Museum Publications, 1959
partially scanned
7
38
Newsletters, 1966-1967
partially scanned
7
39
Newspaper Clippings, 1931-1956
7
40
Newspaper Clippings, 1957-1959
7
41
Newspaper Clippings, 1960-1962
7
42
Newspaper Clippings, 1963
7
43
Newspaper Clippings, 1964
7
44
Newspaper Clippings, 1965-1972
7
45
Newspaper Clippings, circa 1931-1972
7
46
Poem (photocopy) by Carol L. Kort, "In Memory of Jacques Lipchitz (1891-1973),", circa 1970s
7
47
Press Releases, 1952-1972
7
48
Programs, 1959-1967
partially scanned
7
49
Reproductions
Twelve Bronzes by Jacques Lipchitz; 16 Collotype Plates with Introductory Note (portfolio)
, 1943
8
1
Postcards, circa 1950s-1970s
8
2
Unidentified Publication (fragment), circa 1950s-1970s
8
3
Exhibition Catalog, 1970
Oversized material scanned with Box 7, F34
10
1
Architectural Prints, 1958-1964
Oversized material scanned with Box 7, F24
OV 12
1.9.2:Art-related, 1944-1969
This subseries consists of a variety of printed items on general art topics, none referencing Lipchitz or his art collection.
DescriptionContainer
Articles about Primitive and Ancient Art, circa 1960s
8
4
Books on Miscellaneous Art Topics, 1944
8
5
Exhibition Catalogs and Announcements
Other Artists, 1945-1969
2 folders
8
6-7
Primitive and Ancient Art, 1953-1963
8
8
Miscellaneous Items, 1949-1963
8
9
Museum Publication, 1959
Oversized material housed in Box 10, F1
8
10
Newsletters, 1955-1966
8
11
Newspaper Clippings
Other Artists, 1959-1966
8
12
Primitive and Ancient Art, 1962-1964
8
13
Miscellaneous Art Topics, 1952-1967
8
14
Reproductions of Sculpture and Primitive Art, circa 1950s-1970s
8
15
Museum Publication, 1959
Oversized material from Box 8, F10
10
1
1.10:Photographs, circa 1910s-1967
1.7 linear feet
Boxes 8-10
Photographs document people, artwork, project sites and models, exhibition installations, events, and places. Photographs of people include Jacques Lipchitz, family members, and others. Photographs of artwork include pieces by both Jacques Lipchitz and other artists. Views of Lipchitz exhibition installations in the United States and Europe mainly document solo shows. Photographs of events record a variety of occasions, among them: the opening of Lipchitz's new studio at Hastings-on-Hudson, NY; the dedication ceremony for Philip Johnson's Roofless Church in New Harmony, IN, with ornamental gates and a sculpture by Lipchitz; and Lipchitz addressing an anatomy class at Albert Einstein Medical College. Among the photographs of places are Lipchitz's studios at Hastings-on-Hudson, NY, and Pietrasanta, Italy, and a view of Pablo Picasso's Paris studio.
1.10.1:People, circa 1910s-1967
Photographs of Jacques Lipchitz include a small head shot taken during his early years in Paris, copies of two 1946 portraits by Arnold Newman, views of him in the Hastings-on-Hudson studio, at Modern Art Foundry, and with Yulla. Also found are views of the sculptor's hands.
The Lipchitz family is represented by images of his parents Abraham and Rachel Krinsky Lipchitz, sister Diana, youngest brother Rubin, nephew Georgy Hay, a niece and her daughter. Most were tentatively identified in 2010 by Loyla Lipchitz.
Among the other identified individuals are Josef Albers and Ken Tyler, Jane Blaffer Owen, and Fiore de Henriquez, a young sculptor who lived with the Lipchitz family in the mid 1960s. Photographs of Senator Robert A. Taft probably served as resource material for a bust commissioned circa 1958, and those of President Lyndon B. Johnson were likely used when Lipchitz designed the 1964 Presidential Scholar Medal.
Additional photographs of Lipchitz and others are found among photographs of events (Subseries 1.10.5), and some may be enclosed with letters, scattered throughout the correspondence (Subseries 1.2).
DescriptionContainer
Jacques Lipchitz
By Arnold Newman, George Moffett, E. H. Roth, and unidentified photographers, circa 1910s-1964
8
16
Hands of, circa 1950s-1970s
Oversized material housed in Box 10, F2
8
17
Jacques Lipchitz in his Studio
Paris, circa 1912
8
18
Hastings-on-Hudson, NY (photographers: The New York Times and unidentified), 1962-1967
8
19
Hastings-on-Hudson , NY (photographers: Colton Photos, George Holton, George Moffett, Adolph Studley, William Vandivert, Whitestone Photos), circa 1960s
8
20
Hastings-on-Hudson, NY (photographers: Roloff Beny, F. Roy Kemp, George Moffett, Bert Van Bork, and unidentified), circa 1960s
Oversized material housed in Box 10, F2
8
21
Jacques Lipchitz at Foundry
Unidentified Foundry (George Moffett, photographer), circa 1960s
8
22
Modern Age Foundry (John C. Spring, photographer), circa 1960s
8
23
Jacques Lipchitz at Emiliano Sorini's Lithography Workshop (Marvin Bolotsky, photographer), 1962
8
24
With Others
With Yulla Lipchitz, circa 1970s
8
25
With Unidentified Exhibition Juries, circa 1950s-1970s
8
26
With Unidentified Individuals (Photographers: Bernard M. Cohn, Varian Fry, George Moffett, Carl E. Vermilya, and unidentified), 1950-1964
8
27
In Studio, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY, with Jane Blaffer Owen and Unidentified Individuals (Photographers: George Holton, Sacha Parma, Whitestone Photo, and unidentified), circa 1960s
8
28
Lipchitz Family
Parents, Abraham and Rachel Krinsky Lipchitz (copy prints), circa 1950s
8
29
Other Relatives, circa 1950s-1970s
8
30
Others
Josef Albers and Ken Tyler, circa 1964-1965
8
31
[Isidore Grossman], Studio Assistant at Work (Photographers: Sacha Parma, and unidentified), circa 1950s
8
32
Fiore de Henriquez, 1960s
8
33
Lyndon Baines Johnson, circa 1963-1964
8
34
Robert A. Taft, 1950-1953
Oversized material housed in Box 10, F3
8
35
Unidentified Individuals, 1954-1958
Oversized material housed in Box 10, F3
8
36
Unidentified Groups (Photographers: Luis Guillermo Navarrete and unidentified), circa 1950s
8
37
Oversized Photographs - Jacques Lipchitz, circa 1950s-1970s
Oversized material scanned with Box 8, F17 and F21
Jacques Lipchitz, Hands of
Jacques Lipchitz in Studio, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY (photographers: Roloff Beny, F. Roy Kemp, George Moffett, Bert Van Bork and unidentified)
10
2
Oversized Photographs - Others, circa 1950s
Oversized material scanned with Box 8, F35-F36
Robert A. Taft
Unidentified
10
3
1.10.2:Artwork, circa 1910s-1962
The vast majority of this subseries documents Lipchitz's sculpture. Many are unidentified. Among the identified works are:
The Joy of Living
,
Woman and Gazelles
,
Song of the Vowels
(various locations),
Prometheus
(versions for the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Ministry of Education, Brazil),
Nôtre Dame de Liesse
, Assy, France, and ornamental gates and a second cast of
Nôtre Dame de Liesse
for Philip Johnson's Roofless Church in New Harmony, Indiana. Photographs by Ladislas Segy include "Aspects of Lipchitz
Bather III
, 1917 bronze on the turntable," which consists of small photographs taken from 11 angles and glued inside a manila folder to document the rotating sculpture. Among the sculpture photographed by F. Wilbur Seiders is a detail of Lipchitz's signature.
Other works of art by Lipchitz represented in this subseries include a substantial number of photographs of drawings, including pages from sketchbooks which are not among the Jacques Lipchitz papers. Also found is a photograph of a medal bearing a portrait of President Lyndon Baines Johnson commissioned for the Presidential Scholar Awards in 1964.
Photographs of artwork by other artists include silver objects from the Jewish Museum shown in the Metropolitan Museum of Art's 1955 exhibition "Art of the Hebrew Tradition." The Lipchitz Collection is also represented by 13 examples of African sculpture. "Primitive and Ancient Art" photographs include identified and unidentified items from museums and unspecified collection; it is not known if any are from Lipchitz's collection.
DescriptionContainer
By Lipchitz
Drawings, circa 1920s-1970s
8
38-39
Etching, circa 1920s-1970s
8
40
Medal, circa 1920s-1970s
8
41
Paintings, circa 1920s-1970s
8
42
Sculpture, Identified and Unidentified
Colton Photos (28A-5558), circa 1950s-1970s
8
43
James Moore, photographer, circa 1950s-1970s
8
44
André Morain, photographer, circa 1950s-1970s
8
45
Ladislas Segy, photographer, circa 1950s-1970s
8
46
F. Wilbur Seiders, photographer, circa 1950s-1970s
8
47
Adolph Studley, photographer (AA61-F56), circa 1950s-1970s
8
48
Adolph Studley, photographer (JL13-JL291), circa 1950s-1970s
8
49
Adolph Studley, photographer (JL306-JL398), circa 1950s-1970s
8
50
Adolph Studley, photographer ([JL]400-[JL]494), circa 1950s-1970s
8
51
Adolph Studley, photographer (JL511-JL857), circa 1950s-1970s
8
52
Adolph Studley, photographer (K43--Z51, and unnumbered), circa 1950s-1970s
8
53
[Adolph Studley, photographer](N89-Q46 and unnumbered), circa 1950s-1970s
8
54
Marc Vaux, photographer (12-698, and unnumbered), circa 1950s-1970s
8
55
Sculpture, Identified (unidentified photographers), circa 1920s-1970s
9
1
Sculpture, Unidentified (unidentified photographers)
[early 20th century], circa 1920s-1930s
9
2
#1-34, circa 1950s-1970s
9
3
#1-104, circa 1950s-1970s
9
4
Unnumbered, circa 1950s-1970s
2 folders
9
5-6
Sculpture in Interior Settings, circa 1950s-1970s
9
7
Sculpture in Outdoor Settings, 1953-1962
9
8
Sculpture in Outdoor Settings, 1961-1962
9
9
Sculpture in Outdoor Settings, circa 1950s-1970s
Oversized material housed in Box 10, F4
9
10
By Other Artists
Drawings, Unidentified, circa 1970s
9
11
Mosaic by Hilda Carmel, circa 1970s
9
12
Paintings, Identified, circa 1970s
Géricault
Goya
Manet
Nicolas
Van Gogh
9
13
Paintings, Unidentified, circa 1950s-1970s
2 folders
9
14-15
Sculpture by Dorothea S. Greenbaum, circa 1950s-1970s
9
16
Sculpture, Unidentified, circa 1950s-1970s
9
17
Silver Objects, circa 1950s-1970s
9
18
Lipchitz Collection, circa 1950s-1970s
9
19
Primitive and Ancient Art, circa 1950s-1970s
4 folders
9
20-23
Oversized Photographs - Sculpture in Outdoor Settings, circa 1950s-1970s
Oversized material from Box 9, F10
10
4
1.10.3:Project Sites and Models, circa 1950s-1970s
A few other photographs of project sites, enclosed with letters, can be found scattered throughout the correspondence (Subseries 1.1.2).
DescriptionContainer
Hebrew University of Jerusalem (David Harris, photographer), circa 1950s-1970s
9
24
New Harmony, Indiana (Louis Checkman, photographer), circa 1950s-1970s
9
25
University of Minnesota, Duluth (unidentified photographer), circa 1950s-1970s
9
26
Unidentified Location (Lipchitz and others at same site; Cortlandt V. D. Hubbard, photographer), circa 1950s-1970s
9
27
Unidentified Locations (George Cserna and unidentified photographers), circa 1950s-1970s
9
28
1.10.4:Exhibition Installations, 1950-1961
DescriptionContainer
Battersea Park (London), "London County Council's Invitational Open Air Exhibition of Sculpture" (Mann Brothers, photographer), 1951
9
29
Buchholz Gallery (New York), Unidentified Exhibition, circa 1942-1951
9
30
The Cincinnati Art Museum, "Jacques Lipchitz, His Sculpture and Drawings, 1914-50" (Edward H. Dwight, photographer), 1951
9
31
First Plymouth Church [Plymouth, KS], Exhibition in conjunction with Symposium on Arts and Religion, 1962
9
32
Galerie Claude Bernard (Paris), Unidentified Exhibitions (Photograpers: Robert Davis, Yves Hervochon, Luc Joubert, and Jean Michalon), 1956-1961
9
33
Gemeentemusea van Amsterdam, Unidentified Exhibition, circa 1950s-1970s
9
34
Gemeentemuseum Arnhem (Holland), "Sculpture en plein air,", circa 1950s-1970s
9
35
Har Zion Temple (Philadelphia), "First Annual Art Exhibition on Jewish and Biblical Themes" (Freedman Photos), 1960
9
36
Musée d'Art Moderne (Paris), "Jacques Lipchitz,", 1959
9
37
The Museum of Modern Art (New York), "The Sculpture of Jacques Lipchitz,", 1954
9
38
Portland Art Museum (OR), "Lipchitz: Works 1914-1950" (Edward R. Martin, photographer), 1950
9
39
Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller (Otterlo, Holland), "Jacques Lipchitz,", 1958
9
40
San Francisco Museum of Art, "Sculpture by Jacques Lipchitz,", 1951
9
41
Unidentified Exhibition, circa 1950s-1970s
photographs with 2 diagrams of galleries indicating sculpture placement
9
42
Unidentified Exhibitions (Photographers: Bulloz, Japp and Maarten, O. E. Nelson, W. Van Suchtelen, and unidentified), circa 1950s-1970s
9
43
1.10.5:Events, circa 1952-1966
Photographs of The American Jewish Tercentenary Dinner feature President Dwight D. Eisenhower, the main speaker of the evening; Lipchitz does not appear in any views. At the award ceremony sponsored by the Philadelphia Museum School of Art, a citation was presented to Jacques Lipchitz "for the distinction brought upon his profession."
Posed by Lipchitz's ornamental gates are the participants in the dedication ceremony for the Roofless Church in New Harmony, IN: Philip Johnson, architect; Jacques Lipchitz, sculptor; Jane Blaffer Owen whose Robert Lee Blaffer Trust initiated and funded the project; and chaplain to Queen Elizabeth, Right Rev. George F. Macleod of the Church of Scotland.
The purpose of Lipchitz's talk to anatomy students at Albert Einstein Medical College was to share a new perspective on the subject of a practicing artist. From the early 1950s through the mid-1960s Lipchitz frequently appeared on "What in the World," a television show that featured experts who identified and discussed unusual items from the collection of the University Museum, University of Pennsylvania.
DescriptionContainer
American Jewish Tercentenary Dinner, New York City (Photographers: Alexander Archer, Wide World Photography, and unidentified), 1954
9
44
Award Ceremony, Philadelphia Museum School of Art, 1958
9
45
Dedication of Monumental Gates, New Harmony, IN (James K. Mellow, photographer), 1962
9
46
Installation of Sculpture Commissions, Unidentified Locations, circa 1950s-1970s
9
47
Lipchitz Speaks to Medical Students, Yeshiva University, Albert Einstein College of Medicine (Guy Gillette, photographer), 1956
9
48
Opening of Studio, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY (Varian Fry, photographer), 1953
9
49
"What in the World,", 1953-1966
9
50
1.10.6:Places, 1956-1964
Some of the unidentified landscapes and views of buildings may be travel pictures. Photographs of the Lipchitz studio at Hastings-on-Hudson, NY show many finished pieces, maquettes, and works in progress. They also give a good sense of the space. The contact sheets include Lipchitz and his studio assistant in a few views. Also found are an undated photograph of Picasso's studio in Paris and one of "Atelier Halser."
DescriptionContainer
"Atelier Halser" (Yves Hervochon, photographer), circa 1950s-1970s
9
51
Building Exteriors and Interior, Unidentified, circa 1950s-1970s
9
52
Landscapes, Unidentified, circa 1950s-1970s
9
53
Lipchitz Studio
Hastings-on-Hudson, NY, 1956-1963
9
54
Hastings-on-Hudson, NY (Photographers: The New York Times, Sacha Parma, Whitestone Photo, and unidentified), circa 1940s-1960s
Oversized material housed in Box 10, F5
9
55
Hastings-on-Hudson, NY (contact sheets; Gerald Hochman, photographer), circa 1960s
9
56
Picasso Studio, Paris, circa 1930s-1960s
9
57
Oversized Photographs - Lipchitz Studio, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY, circa 1940s-1960s
Oversized material scanned with Box 9, F55
10
5
1.10.7:Photograph Album, 1967
All photographs were taken during the summer of 1967 in Pietrasanta, Italy. The first section contains both color and black and white prints; the second part is all black and white.
DescriptionContainer
"Jacques Lipchitz,
Peace on Earth
, Italy, Summer 1967" and "Jacques Lipchitz Studio Shots Summer 1967,", 1967
Both sections were removed from the same 3-ring binder.
9
58
1.10.8:Negatives, Slides, and Color Transparencies, 1950s-1965
Negatives, slides, and color transparencies are of artwork by Lipchitz. All artwork is unidentified except for a transparency of
Sketch for Bull and Condor
(watercolor and pencil on paper, created 1913). Two 35-mm color slides show Lipchitz judging a Yonkers Art Association exhibition in the 1950s.
DescriptionContainer
Negatives - Artwork by Lipchitz, circa 1961-1965
9
59
Slides (35-mm, color), circa 1950s
Artwork by Lipchitz
Lipchitz Judging Yonkers Art Association Exhibition
9
60
Color Transparencies, circa 1960s-1970s
Artwork by Lipchitz
Lipchitz with Sculpture
9
61

Series 2: Bruce Bassett papers concerning Jacques Lipchitz, 1961-2001
43.3 linear feet
Boxes 13-67, OV 68-69

The Bruce Bassett papers concerning Jacques Lipchitz measure 43.3 linear feet and date from 1961 to 2001. The series consists mainly of materials related to Bassett's extensive audiovisual documentation projects concerning the life and art of the sculptor Jacques Lipchitz. Also found are paper records including letters, business records, printed materials, and paper production records related to the audiovisual projects. Other projects, unrelated to Lipchitz, include video and sound recordings related to Sidney Lifchez, IBM, Isamu Noguchi, the Storm King Sculpture Center, and Auguste Rodin.
Original sound recordings and photographs from Deborah Stott's 200 hour oral history with Jacques Lipchitz are found, as well as detailed, typewritten summaries of its content. Documentation used in Bassett's film projects about Lipchitz include original film and sound recordings from Bassett's 40 hours of interviews with Lipchitz from 1971, and film documentation of the posthumous installations of Lipchitz's large-scale sculptures in Philadelphia, New York, and Israel in the late 1970s. In addition to the raw footage from these projects, which is incomplete, the collection contains workprint and final, edited works Bassett created in multiple versions and formats, and paper records documenting the film projects' creation, production, and later use.
Among the papers related to the film projects are scripts, an index to original footage, programming notes, film lab records, exhibition materials, an extensive collection of questions about Lipchitz gathered from the public for the interactive project, and other production records. Other papers include letters from Lipchitz and his wife, business correspondence, financial records, contracts, project files, and printed materials.
Records of other projects, unrelated to Jacques Lipchitz, are also found, including video and sound recordings from Bassett's projects about the designer Sidney Lifchez, IBM, the Storm King Sculpture Center, Isamu Nogichi, and Auguste Rodin. Other projects not created by Bassett but found among his papers include two news films related to John F. Kennedy during his presidency, a screenplay entitled
The Man with Two Sides to His Head
by Anthony Cave Brown, the film
Man Is My Name
, by Pierre Dominique Guisseau, and a portion of the film
Dream on Monkey Mountain
.
2.1:Jacques Lipchitz Letters, 1970
2 folders
Box 13
This series consists of letters written by Jacques Lipchitz, and one letter fragment written by Lipchitz's wife. One folder contains photocopies of eleven letters written by Jacques Lipchitz to unnamed correspondents between 1927 and 1931. Letters are in French and concern sculpture commissions and personal matters. Also found are two letters written by Lipchitz to Bruce Bassett about their work together and a fragment of a letter from Lipchitz's wife to Bassett.
DescriptionContainer
Letters (1927 - 1931), undated
Location of originals is unknown
13
1
Letters to Bruce Bassett, 1970
13
2
2.2:Business Records, 1968-2001
1.3 linear feet
Boxes 13-14
This series contains tax records, correspondence, invoices, contracts, releases, and project files concerning the work Bassett produced under the auspices of the Jacques Lipchitz Art Foundation and Histor Systems, two organizations he founded. Both entities were concerned mainly with projects documenting the life and work of Jacques Lipchitz, and both contain materials related to the two main Lipchitz projects, namely the documentary and the interactive video installation. The Jacques Lipchitz Art Foundation was dissolved in part because of the Lipchitz family's concerns that its existence would confuse and complicate transactions involving Lipchitz artworks after his death.
2.2.1:Jacques Lipchitz Art Foundation, 1968-1982
The Jacques Lipchitz Art Foundation was founded by Bruce Bassett in 1968. Projects carried out through the Foundation include the the audioguide created for the Brooks Memorial Art Gallery, the Deborah Stott Interviews (Subseries 2.4), Jacques Lipchitz Interactive Project (Subseries 2.5.2), Jacques Lipchitz Documentary (Subseries 2.5.3). The Jacques Lipchitz Art Foundation dissolved around 1978, but Bassett carried on with his work related to Jacques Lipchitz under the auspices of Histor Systems (Subseries 2.2.2).
Subseries includes financial records, organizational records, correspondence, contracts, and project files related to the major projects carried out through the Foundation. The Bylaws folder includes a list of the JLAF Board of Directors from 1971. Notable documents in Correspondence include a letter from Nelson Rockefeller to Lipchitz, and letters about the creation of a Jacques Lipchitz Sculpture Museum (which never came to pass). The Contracts and Releases folder includes the original media release signed by Jacques Lipchitz. The Brooks Memorial Art Gallery project files document the production of an audioguide in conjunction with a 1974 Jacques Lipchitz exhibition at Memphis, TN museum through correspondence, checklists, drafts of a script, and photographs. The documentary project files contain records of fundraising and distribution of the film, a list of music used, and correspondence describing changes to 1977 version of film. The interactive project files consist mainly of documents related to a demonstration of the interactive system in December, 1973.
Additional documentation of the interactive project is found in series 2.2, Business Records, Histor Systems, and in series 5.2, Film Projects, Interactive Project. A long interview with Lipchitz and a large collection of photographs, both produced under the auspices of the Jacques Lipchitz Art Foundation, are found in series 4, Interview with Jacques Lipchitz conducted by Deborah Stott.
DescriptionContainer
Financial Records, 1968-1975
13
3
Bylaws, 1968-1971
13
4
Correspondence, 1968-1971
13
5
Deborah Stott Letters, 1968-1977
13
6
Contracts and Releases, 1971-1978
13
7
Brooks memorial Art Gallery Project Files, 1973-1974
6 folders
13
8-13
Documentary Project Files, 1974-1980
4 folders
13
14-17
Interactive Project File, 1973-1982
13
18
2.2.2:Histor Systems, 1991-2001
Bruce Bassett founded Histor Systems to continue his work on the Jacques Lipchitz interactive project, as well as some work connected to the Lipchitz Documentary, after the Jacques Lipchitz Art Foundation was dissolved. Under this organization, Bassett also worked to promote the interactive system for use documenting other notable public figures, without success.
This series primarily contains records relating to the presentation of the Lipchitz interactive project, which was usually presented under the title "Conversations with Lipchitz." There are also records relating to the Lipchitz documentary and its later releases with French and Spanish subtitles. Other records in the series include invoices mostly addressed to Hanno Mott, records relating to a demonstration of the interactive system in Israel, and an interactive project file that includes informative and promotional letters about Histor Systems, most notably addressed to Bill Gates and President Jimmy Carter (at the time, a prospective subject for an interactive project). The Interactive Project Files includes a list of Histor Systems directors in 1996.
The last installation of the interactive system to be documented here was with the exhibition
Lipchitz and the Avant-Garde: From Paris to New York
, in 2001 at Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Krannert Art Museum records relate to the financial and logistical operation of the interactive system, as well as marketing and publicity for the exhibition.
Subseries 2.5, Film projects related to Jacques Lipchitz, contains the actual audiovisual content of the interactive project and the Lipchitz documentary, as well as records related to their production.
DescriptionContainer
Interactive Project File, 1991-1997
13
19
Documentary Subtitle Records, 1998
13
20-21
Financial Records, 1997-2000
13
22-24
Israel Demonstration Files, 1998
13
25
Krannert Art Museum
Staffing Invoices, 2001
14
1
Marketing, 2001
14
2-4
Guest Log, 2001
14
5
Visitor Response, 2001
14
6
Staffing for Interactive Program, 2001
14
7
Hanno Mott Correspondence, 2001
14
8
Calendar, 2001
14
9
Publicity, 2001
14
10
Publicity Photographs, 2001
(Contains photographs of Bassett with Jacques Lipchitz)
14
11
Gertrude Stein Performance at Members' Reception, 2001
14
12
2.3:Printed Materials, 1961-2001
0.6 linear feet
Box 14, OV 68
This subseries contains published material on Lipchitz collected by Bassett, as well as publicity for Bassett's Lipchitz documentary and interactive projects. A.M. Hammacher's book Lipchitz is inscribed by Jacques Lipchitz.
DescriptionContainer
Articles about Lipchitz (1942-1997), undated
2 folders
Photocopies
14
13-14
Internet Printouts about Lipchitz, 2001
14
15
Book Research, circa 1968-2001
14
16
Lipcthiz Obituaries, 1973
14
17
Jacques Lipchitz: Mother and Child
, 1983
14
18
Lipchitz
by A.M. Hammacher, 1961
14
19
The Artist at Work: Jacques Lipchitz, Master Sculptor
, Encyclopedia Brittanica Educational Corporation, 1968
1 film reel
14
20
Corcoran Gallery of Art Exhibition Poster, 1974
Oversized item housed in OV 68
14
21
Publicity, Lipchitz Documentary, 1974-1978
Oversized item housed in OV 68
14
22
Publicity, Lipchitz Interactive Project, 1972-2001
14
23
Oversized Exhibition Poster (Oversized material from Box 14, F21)
OV 68
Oversized Publicity, Lipchitz Documentary (Oversized material from Box 14, F22)
OV 68
2.4:Interview with Jacques Lipchitz conducted by Deborah Stott, 1968-1970
8 linear feet
Boxes 14-22
Deborah Stott, at the time a graduate student in Art History at Columbia University, recorded roughly 200 hours of conversation with the artist between 1968 and 1970 in Pietrasanta, Italy. The series contains a near-complete run of the sound recordings on 209 sound tape reels (1/4"), as well as detailed typewritten summaries of the subject content for each reel are available at the beginning of the series, and a 32 page transcript of the first reel. 183 of the reels are marked "first dub" and are presumably copies made from the original tape. 26 of the original sound reels are also found, for tape numbers 112-135 and 184-185, and are interfiled with their dubbed copies. Reels 137 and 165 are not extant, but typewritten summaries do exist for those reels. Also found are photographs that document Lipchitz's acquired collection of primitive and ancient art, which are often referred to by number in the interviews. Included are contact sheets, negatives, prints, and photocopies of prints.
This interview was carried out under the auspices of the Jacques Lipchitz Art Foundation and largely funded by a grant from the Ford Foundation.
DescriptionContainer
Summaries and Transcript, 1968 July 31-1970 March 27
5 folders
14
24-28
Sound Recordings, Reels 1-36, 1968 July 31-1968 September 27
36 sound tape reels
15
1-36
Sound Recordings, Reels 37-72, 1968 Sept. 28-1968 Dec. 4
36 sound tape reels
16
1-36
Sound recordings, Reels 73-108, 1968 Dec. 4-1969 July 28
36 sound tape reels
17
1-36
Sound Recordings, Reels 109-128, 1969 July 29-1969 Aug. 27
37 sound tape reels
(includes original reels for #112-128)
18
1-19
Sound Recordings, Reels 129-136, 138-158, 1969 Aug 28-1970 Jan. 13
36 sound tape reels
(includes original reels for #129-135)
19
1-29
Sound Recordings, Reels 159-164, 166-185, 1970 Jan. 13-1970 Mar. 27
28 sound tape reels
(includes original reels for #184-185)
20
1-26
Photographs of Jacques Lipchitz's Acquired Collection
Contact Sheets and Negatives, #1-1540, circa 1968
(3 of 4 folders)
20
27-29
Contact Sheets and Negatives, #1-1540, circa 1968
1 folder
(1 of 4 folders)
21
1
Contact Sheets and Negatives, #1541-2889, circa 1968
4 folders
21
2-5
Prints, #1-499, circa 1968
4 folders
Photocopies
21
6-9
Prints, #500-999, circa 1968
2 folders
Photocopies
21
10-11
Prints, #1000-1499, circa 1968
5 folders
21
12-16
Photographs of Jacques Lipchitz's Acquired Collection
Prints, #1500-1999, circa 1968
5 folders
22
1-5
Prints, #2500-2889, circa 1968
5 folders
22
6-10
2.5:Film Projects Regarding Jacques Lipchitz, 1971-2001
28.2 linear feet
Boxes 22-46, 53-65, OV 69
This subseries contains paper records, artifacts, motion picture film, video, and sound recordings created and used in the production of Bruce Bassett's film projects related to Jacques Lipchitz. Bassett originally shot over 40 hours of motion picture film with synchronized sound recordings in 1971. From this footage he developed the first incarnations of his two main projects: the Jacques Lipcthiz interactive project, also known as "Conversations with Jacques Lipchitz," and a documentary about Lipchitz. Both projects debuted to the public at the 1972 Jacques Lipcthiz retrospective exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. After Lipchitz's death in 1974, Bassett shot additional footage documenting the casting of large-scale Lipchitz sculptures in Italy, and the installations of those sculptures in New York, Philadelphia, and Jerusalem, carried out by his widow, Yulla Lipchitz. This material was used in an updated version of the documentary, which was released around 1977. Subsequent releases occurred in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The interactive project was also exhibited in multiple versions, in a variety of formats as video and computer technology evolved, between 1973 and 2001. See the subseries descriptions below for more detail.
2.5.1:Original Footage and Stock Footage, 1971-1981
This subseries contains original footage shot by Bassett and his crew and used as the source material for his two film projects documenting Jacques Lipchitz. Bassett's initial filming took place in Italy in August and September of 1971, and later in Philadelphia, Miami, New York, and Jerusalem between 1976 And 1978. Footage from the shoot in Italy contains several long interviews with Lipchitz and footage shot in his Italian studio and foundry. All numbered camera and sound reels from the Italy filming are described in detail in the script book at the beginning of the series. Film and sound footage from the later shoots contain mainly documentation of the posthumous large-scale sculpture installations overseen by Lipchitz's widow, Yulla Lipchitz, as well as multiple interviews with her.
120 of the 171 original sound reels from the Italy filming survive, but very little of the camera footage remains. In addition to original sound reels, a dubbed copy of all of the sound recorded in Italy is found on a smaller set of reels, so any missing original sound reels can be recovered from the dubbed copy. Four miscellaneous, sound-only reels of original sound recordings are also found. None of the original camera reels remain from the Italy shoot, but workprint copies of 20 of the 193 original camera and sound reels were made at a later stage in Bassett's work, possibly to edit new versions of his film projects. These workprints were named "archival prints" by Bassett and are the only remaining raw footage from the 1971 filming period in Italy. Some of them have splices, indicating portions were removed. Reels are listed by the new reel numbers assigned by Bassett when they were re-printed, but their original reel numbers, indexed and described in the script book at the beginning of the series, are also noted. Two unnumbered reels of original footage of Lipchitz working in his studio on the sculpture
The Last Embrace
are also found in this series.
For later filming in the US and Jerusalem, original camera reels, some with sound on film, and separate original sound reels are found. There is no paper record of these shoots in the collection. Material is arranged by subject and date. Other raw footage found includes four camera reels of sculptures by Lipchitz from the Metropolitan Museum.
Other source material in this series includes stock footage and stock soundtrack, produced by others but used in Bassett's Lipchitz projects, and a couple of short reels of sound effects and titles.
Note that the workprint is silent 16 mm picture unless otherwise indicated, original sound reels are ¼" tape, and soundtrack is 16mm fullcoat magnetic stock. Some of the later foundry and installation footage was shot on reversal positive film with a magnetic stripe soundtrack, identified in the container listing as sound on film.
DescriptionContainer
Italy Filming
Script Book, circa 1971
3 folders
Photocopies
22
11-13
Sound reels #1-14 and 25-49, 1971 August-September
38 sound tape reels
23
1-38
Sound reels #50-71, 73-81, 107, 123-128, 1971
38 sound tape reels
24
1-38
Sound Reels #129-166, 1971
38 sound tape reels
25
1-38
Sound reels # 167-171, 1971
5 sound tape reels
26
1-5
Dubbed sound reels #1-13, circa 1971
13 sound tape reels
(A key to original reels contained on each dub reel is found with dub reel 1, box 5, item 6.)
26
6-18
Interview of Lipchitz by Bruce Bassett, 1971 June 24
1 sound tape reel
(A pre-production interview, about the pending Metropolitan Museum exhibition)
26
19
Lipchitz Interview Re-takes, 1972 April 29
1 sound tape reel
26
20
Interview with Jacques Lipchitz, circa 1971
1 sound tape reel
(Excerpts)
26
21
Florence Section Narration, undated
1 sound tape reel
26
22
Lipchitz Working in Clay, Sync Sound, undated
1 sound tape reel
26
23
Archival Reel 31, circa 1971
1 film reel
workprint picture
(Original camera reel 137)
27
1
Archival Reel 32, circa 1971
1 film reel
workprint picture
(Original camera reels 145-146)
27
2
Archival Reel 33, circa 1971
1 film reel
workprint picture
(Original camera reels 148-150)
27
3
Archival Reel 34, circa 1971
1 film reel
workprint picture
(Original camera reel 152)
27
4
Archival Reel 35, circa 1971
1 film reel
workprint picture
(Original camera reel 163)
27
5
Archival Reel 37, circa 1971
1 film reel
workprint picture
(Original camera reels 181-182)
27
6
Archival Reel 38, circa 1971
1 film reel
workprint picture
(Original camera reels 184-186)
27
7
Archival Reel 39, circa 1971
1 film reel
workprint picture
(Original camera reels 187-188)
27
8
Archival Reel 40, circa 1971
1 film reel
workprint picture
(Original camera reels 189-191)
27
9
Archival Reel 41, circa 1971
1 film reel
workprint picture
(Original camera reels 192-193)
28
1
Archival Reel 31, circa 1971
1 film reel
soundtrack
(original sound reel 131)
28
2
Archival Reel 32, circa 1971
1 film reel
soundtrack
(Original sound reel 139-140)
28
3
Archival Reel 33, circa 1971
1 film reel
soundtrack
(Original sound reel 142-144)
28
4
Archival Reel 35, circa 1971
1 film reel
soundtrack
(Original sound reel 152)
28
5
Archival Reel 37, circa 1971
1 film reel
soundtrack
(Original sound reels 158-159)
28
6
Archival Reel 38, circa 1971
1 film reel
soundtrack
(Original sound reels 162, 164)
28
7
Archival Reel 39, circa 1971
1 film reel
soundtrack
(Original sound reels 166-167)
28
8
Archival Reel 40, circa 1971
1 film reel
soundtrack
(Original sound reels 167-169)
28
9
Archival Reel 41, circa 1971
1 film reel
soundtrack
(Original sound reels 170-171)
29
1
Lipchitz Working on His Sculpture
The Last Embrace
, circa 1972
(2 film reels: picture)
29
2
Lipchitz Sculpture at the Metropolitan Museum, 1972
4 film reels: picture; 2 oversized reels in box 53)
29
3
Index to Sculptures Filmed at the Metropolitan Museum, undated
Index on paper, 1 folder
29
4
Selected Sculptures, European Shoot, undated
1 videocassette (u-matic)
29
5
Philadelphia Installation and Dedication of
Government of the People
, 1976-1977
(16 film reels: picture, 2 film reels: sound on film, and 1 sound tape reel; film housed in 4 film cans, 2 oversized film cans in Box 54)
29
6
New York Installation of
Bellerophon Taming Pegasus
, 1977 April
(8 film reels: sound on film, 1 film reel: picture, 8 sound tape reels, 1 duplicate videocassette: U-Matic; film housed in 2 oversized film cans in Box 55)
30
1
Interview with Yulla Lipchitz, 1977 May
(5 film reels: picture; film housed in 2 film cans, 1 oversized film can in box 44)
Picture only, no sound
30
2
Italian Foundry Filming, 1977 August
1 film reel
sound on film
30
3
Miami Interview with Joe Harrison, 1977
(1 film reel, 1 sound tape reel)
(See also series 5.2, Segments)
30
4
Israel Filming, 1977-1978
9 film reels
(8 film reels: picture, 1 film reel: sound on film; film housed in 2 film cans, 1 oversized film can in Box 56)
30
5
Unidentified Aerial Footage, undated
1 film reel
30
6
Sound Effects and Titles, undated
9 film reels
(9 film reels: 35mm magnetic sound loop, 1 film reel: 16mm magnetic sound loop, 2 film reels: 35mm picture; film housed in 1 film can)
30
7
Stills and Animation, undated
(5 film reels in 1 film can)
30
8
Stock Footage, undated
(6 film reels in 1 film can)
30
9
Oversized Reels of Original Footage, Lipchitz Sculpture at the Metropolitan Museum (Oversized material from Box 29, item 3)
53
Oversized Film Cans of Original Footage, Philadelphia Installation (Oversized material from Box 29, item 6)
54
Oversized Film Cans of Original Footage, New York Installation (Oversized material from Box 30, item 1)
55
Oversized Film Cans of Original Footage, Yulla Lipchitz Interview and Israel Filming (Oversized material from Box 30, items 2 and 5)
56
2.5.2:Jacques Lipchitz Interactive Project, 1972-2001
This subseries contains the edited film and video created for the Lipchitz interactive project, as well as paper records documenting the production and presentation of its various installations.
Audiovisual materials include multiple versions of "answers" compiled from the Lipchitz interviews filmed in 1971, used in multiple interactive installations between 1972 and 2001. Each version exists in a group of 2 to 4 reels or tapes, in its source format of motion picture film, or its installation format of various video types. Each group and its elements is described using the reel names and numbers assigned by Bassett to maintain their connection to paper documentation, and groups are arranged chronologically. The item headings listed below are direct transcriptions of Bassett's labels. Six miscellaneous reels, which do not appear to belong to any of the main groups of film reels, are arranged after the dated reels. Although they may duplicate some of the dated material, these miscellaneous reels were found to be in better condition than some of their copies, so they were retained.
Also found are 117 small film and soundtrack reels of named segments whose titles correspond to segments listed in the source books. These may be outtakes or workprint of the edited Lipchitz answers.
Paper records in this series include the original questions generated by the public during installations of the interactive project. Questions exist in multiple forms including orignal handwritten cards and printouts in multiple sets, each with a different arrangement of data. Notebooks include mainly technical and shot notes, but also notes on an Andy Goldsworthy interview. Production files contain detailed notes on the assembly of segments and revisions to the reels, including a negative pull list for a recent revision. The Program Guide contains annotated indexes to segments on each reel or disc, and other technical notes.
Source Books, found in the paper documentation, provide a scene-by-scene content inventory and transcript of the audiovisual material in each version presented to the public between 1972 and 2001. They also contain notes related to the operation of the interactive program. Although all of the source books contain redundant and similar content, each version has its own annotations and a variety of interfiled production records specific to its particular installation. The 2001 source book from the Krannert Art Museum installation also includes a disc directory, photographs of sculptures in the Krannert exhibit, and an article on Lipchitz.
Technical drawings show the way the video equipment was set up in the installations, showing a user in relation to the interactive system display. The Transcript folder includes a collection of Lipchitz's comments on Pablo Picasso gathered from the footage, a portion of which appears to have been licensed to another production company in the 1980s.
DescriptionContainer
Audiovisual Materials
Introduction, circa 1972
(2 film reels: workprint and soundtrack; oversized workprint in Box 57, oversized soundtrack in Box 58)
31
1
Birth-Cubism, circa 1972
(2 film reels: workprint and soundtrack; oversized workprint in Box 57, oversized soundtrack in Box 58)
31
2
Transparencies-Jacob and the Angel, circa 1972
(2 film reels: workprint and soundtrack; oversized soundtrack in Box 58, oversized workprint in Box 59)
31
3
Mother-Virgin, circa 1972
(2 film reels: workprint and soundtrack; oversized workprint in Box 59, oversized soundtrack in Box 60)
31
4
Reel A, Part 1, 1972
(2 film reels: A+B roll, 1 sound tape reel)
31
5
Reel A, Part 2, 1972
(2 film reels: A+B roll, 1 sound tape reel)
31
6
Reel B, Part 1, 1972
(2 film reels: A+B roll, 1 sound tape reel)
31
7
Reel B, Part 2, 1972, undated
(2 film reels: A+B roll, 1 sound tape reel)
31
8
Unidentified Reel, 1972
(2 film reels: A+B roll)
32
1
Reel D, 1979
2 videocassettes (u-matic)
1 with visible time code
32
2
Reels A-D, 1979
4 videocassettes (betacamsp)
33
1
Discs I-II, circa 1982
2 videocassettes (u-matic)
33
2
Discs I-IV, 1999
4 videocassettes (digital betacam)
33
3
Reel A, 1982
(2 film reels: workprint, 2 film reels: soundtrack)
34
1
Reel B, 1982
(2 film reels: workprint, 2 film reels: soundtrack)
34
2
Reel C, 1982
2 film reels
(1 film reel: workprint, 1 film reel: soundtrack; oversized workprint in Box 61, oversized soundtrack reel in Box 60)
34
3
Reel D, 1982
2 film reels
(1 film reel: workrpint, 1 film reel: soundtrack; oversized workrpint in Box 61, oversized soundtrack reel in Box 60)
34
4
Miscellaneous Reels
Monitor Station Segments, undated
(2 film reels: internegative and answer print, 1 sound tape reel)
35
1
Met, undated
(2 film reels: workprint and sountrack)
35
2
Reel C, Part 1, undated
1 film reel
workprint
(Note on original can: "does not contain Picasso")
35
3
Q+A Reel C, 1971
1 film reel
picture, oversized reel in Box 62
B35B23
4
Reel II, Part 1, undated
1 film reel
picture, oversized reel in Box 62
(Leader also labeled "D Reel")
35
5
Unidentified Reel, undated
1 film reel
workprint
35
6
Segments
Art Is Eternal, Banker's Economy, Bellerophon, circa 1971-1981
(4 film reels: workprint, in 1 film can)
35
7
Bellerophon, circa 1971-1981
(6 film reels: workprint, in 2 film cans)
35
8
Birth and Unity, circa 1971-1981
(3 film reels: workprint, in 1 film can)
36
1
Columbine, circa 1971-1981
(2 film reels: workprint, in 1 oversized film can in Box 63)
36
2
Cubism, End Section, FF, First Come to America, Florence, Freeze, Government of the People, circa 1971-1981
(7 film reels: workprint, in 1 film can)
36
3
Government of the People, circa 1971-1981
(3 film reels: workprint, in 1 film can)
36
4
Gursenski, James Joyce, circa 1971-1981
(4 film reels: workprint)
36
5
Last Embrace, circa 1971-1981
(4 film reels: workprint, in 1 oversized film can in Box 63)
36
6
Man Getting Better, Miami and Joe Harrison Interview, circa 1971-1981
(4 film reels: workprint, in 1 film can)
36
7
Miami and Joe Harrison Interview, Mother and Child, Notre Dame de Liesse, circa 1971-1981
(5 film reels: workprint, in 1 film can)
36
8
New Segments, Opening, Paracelles, Pollution Affects Art, Storytelling, circa 1971-1981
(7 film reels: workprint, in 1 film can)
36
9
Yulla Lipchitz/Israel, circa 1971-1981
(6 film reels: workprint, in 1 oversized film can in Box 64)
36
10
Unidentified Segments, circa 1971-1981
(7 film reels: workprint, in 1 film can)
36
11
Miscellaneous Trims, circa 1971-1981
workprint and soundtrack in 1 film can
36
12
Segments, continued
Art Is Eternal, Banker's Economy, Bellerophon, circa 1971-1981
(5 film reels: soundtrack, in 1 film can)
37
1
Bellerophon, circa 1971-1981
(4 film reels: soundtrack, in 1 film can)
37
2
Birth and Unity, circa 1971-1981
(4 film reels: soundtrack, in 1 film can)
37
3
Birth and Unity, Cubism, FF, First come to America, circa 1971-1981
(5 film reels: soundtrack, in 1 film can)
37
4
Gursenski, James Joyce, Last Embrace, circa 1971-1981
(6 film reels: soundtrack, in 1 film can)
37
5
Man Getting Better, Miami and Joe Harrison, circa 1971-1981
(3 film reels: soundtrack, in 1 film can)
37
6
New Segments, Notre Dame de Liesse, Pollution Affects Art, Storytelling, circa 1971-1981
(6 film reels: soundtrack, in 1 film can)
37
7
New Segments, Transparencies/Jacob and the Angel, Yulla/Israel, circa 1971-1981
(6 film reels: soundtrack, in 1 oversized film can in Box 64)
37
8
Unidentified Segments, circa 1971-1981
13 film reels
soundtrack, in 2 film cans
37
9
Demonstrations
Metropolitan Museum, 1972 June 11
1 sound tape reel
38
1
City University of New York, 1973
38
2
Exxon Education Foundation, 1979
2 folders
script and 1 videocassette: U-Matic
38
3-4
Exhibition Materials
Magnetic Strips, circa 1971-2001
in shoebox
38
5
Segment Boards, circa 1972-2001
Oversized item in OV 69
38
6
Signs, circa 1972-2001
Oversized item in OV 69
38
7
Topic Cards, circa 1972-2001
38
8
Production Notebooks, circa 1999
38
9
Production Files, circa 1972-2001
4 folders
38
10-13
Program Code, circa 1999
2 folders
38
14-15
Program Guide, 1998-1999
38
16
Questions and Answers
Handwritten Question Cards, circa 1972
6 folders
39
1-6
Printouts of All Questions, 1973
2 folders
39
7-8
Printouts of Questions with Answers, 1973
4 folders
39
9-12
Printed Questions on Sorting Cards, circa 1973
3 folders
39
13-15
Annotated Questions, circa 1972-2001
2 folders
40
1-2
Coded Questions, circa 1972-2001
2 folders
40
3-4
Source Book, 1973
40
5
Source Book, circa 1973
40
6
Source Book, 1982
40
7
Source Book, 1990
40
8
Source Book, circa 1998
40
9-11
Source Book, circa 2000
40
12-14
Source Book, Krannert Art Museum, 2001
40
15-16
Source Book, Reels A-D and Parts I and II Revised Script, undated
40
17
Technical Drawings of Interactive System, circa 1972-2001
40
18
Transcript of Picasso Segment, circa 1972-2001
40
19
Oversized Audiovisual Materials, Introduction (workprint from Box 31, item 1)
57
Oversized Audiovisual Materials, Birth-Cubism (workprint from Box 31, item 2)
57
Oversized Audiovisual Materials, Introduction (soundtrack from Box 31, item 1)
58
Oversized Audiovisual Materials, Birth-Cubism (soundtrack from Box 31, item 2)
58
Oversized Audiovisual Materials, Transparencies-Jacob and the Angel (soundtrack from Box 31, item 3)
58
Oversized Audiovisual Materials, Transparencies-Jacob and the Angel (workprint from Box 31, item 3)
59
Oversized Audiovisual Materials, Mother-Virgin (workprint from Box 31, item 4)
59
Oversized Audiovisual Materials, Mother-Virgin (circa 1972) (soundtrack from Box 31, item 4)
60
Oversized Audiovisual Materials, Reel C (1982) (soundtrack from Box 34, item 3)
60
Oversized Audiovisual Materials, Reel D (1982) (soundtrack from Box 34, item 4)
60
Oversized Audiovisual Materials, Reel C (1982) (workprint from Box 34, item 3)
61
Oversized Audiovisual Materials, Reel D (1982) (workprint from Box 34, items 4)
61
Oversized Audiovisual Materials, Miscellaneous Reels, Q+A Reel C (from Box 35, items 4)
62
Oversized Audiovisual Materials, Miscellaneous Reels, Reel II, Part 1 (from Box 35, item 5)
62
Oversized Audiovisual Materials, Segments, Columbine (workprint, from Box 36, item 2)
63
Oversized Audiovisual Materials, Segments, Last Embrace (workprint, from Box 36, item 6)
63
Oversized Audiovisual Materials, Segments, Transparencies-Jacob-Yulla (workprint, from Box 36, item 10)
64
Oversized Audiovisual Materials, Segments, New Segments, Transparencies-Jacob, Yulla (soundtrack, Box 37, item 8)
64
Oversized Exhibition Materials, Segment Board and Signs (from Box 38, items 6-7)
69
2.5.3:Jacques Lipchitz Documentary, 1972-1994
This subseries contains audiovisual and a few paper records related to the documentary Bassett produced about Jacques Lipchitz. The first version was created in 1972 in tandem with the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Lipcthiz retrospective exhibition. The documentary was updated in 1977 with footage added from the posthumous large-scale sculpture installations, and then revised again in 1991.
The subseries includes multiple finished versions of the documentary in their presentation and distribution formats (film and video), and pre-print master elements of the finished versions (A+B roll and internegative; master from which distribution copies are made). Also found are production elements made at different stages of production and revision, excerpts of the finished film compiled for publicity, and two pieces of television coverage of the installation of
Bellerophon Taming Pegasus
that use Bassett's footage.
Some of the film cans contain paper lab records for prints and edits created over the years.
Additional records related to the documentary are found in Subseries 2.2.1 Business Records, Jacques Lipchitz Art Foundation, and Subseries 2.3, Printed Materials.
DescriptionContainer
Finished Versions
Presentation Copy, circa 1972
2 videocassettes (u-matic)
41
1
Presentation Copy, 1977
2 film reels
41
2
Presentation Copy, 1977, undated
(2 duplicate videocassettes: U-Matic)
42
1
Presentation Copy, Short Version, 1989, undated
(1 film reel and 2 duplicate videocassettes: U-Matic and VHS; oversized film reel housed in Box 65)
42
2
Presentation Copy, 1991
(1 film reel and 2 duplicate videocassettes: U-Matic and VHS; oversized film reel housed in Box 65)
42
3
Pre-Print Master Elements
Reel 1, 1972, undated
(4 film reels: A+B Roll picture and 2 soundtrack reels)
(Can with A Roll contains film lab records)
43
1
Reel 2, 1972, 1974, 1976
(4 film reels: sound effects tracks A-D)
43
2
Reel 2, 1972, 1974, 1976
(8 film reels: A+B Roll picture and 6 unmixed soundtrack reels)
(Can with A Roll contains film lab records)
44
1
Reels 1 and 2, 1976, 1978-1980
(4 film reels: internegative picture and soundtrack)
45
1
Reel 1, 1991
(2 film reels: internegative picture and soundtrack)
45
2
Production Elements
Original Ending, circa 1972
(9 film reels: A+B Roll picture, internegative picture and soundtrack, and answer print, housed in 2 film cans)
45
3
Revised Ending, 1977
2 sound tape reels
45
4
Parts I, II, and III, circa 1977
3 sound tape reels
45
5
Titles, 1977
1 film reel
45
6
Pre-print with Visible Time Code, 1991
3 videocassettes (u-matic)
46
1
Excerpts
Two Segments: Bellerophon Taming Pegasus, Freedom of Expression, circa 1977
1 videocassette (u-matic)
46
2
Stills and Segments for Random House Presentation, 1994
1 videocassette (betacamsp)
46
3
Television Coverage
Today Show
, 1977 June 16
(1 film reel, 1 duplicate videocassette: U-Matic, film reel housed in Box 65)
46
4
News Story on
Bellerophon Taming Pegasus
Installation, 1977
(1 film reel, 1 duplicate videocassette: U-Matic, film reel housed in Box 65)
(Film can contains film lab records)
46
5
Finished Versions, Presentation Copies, 1989 and 1991 (2 film reels from Box 42, items 2-3)
65
Television Coverage,
Today Show
(from Box 46, item 4)
65
Television Coverage, News Story on
Bellerophon Taming Pegasus
Installation (from Box 46, item 5)
65
2.6:Other Projects, 1961-2000
5.2 linear feet
Boxes 47-52, 66-67
This subseries contains audiovisual material and a few paper records from projects unrelated to Jacques Lipchitz that were also found among Bruce Bassett's papers. Other projects by Bruce Bassett include audiovisual recordings from projects about Isamu Noguchi, Sidney Lifchez, Auguste Rodin, the Storm King sculpture center, IBM, and others, listed below. The Lifchez documentary is well-documented, but records of other projects in the series are incomplete and fragmentary. Also found are projects by others, including a draft of a screenplay, two news films of John F. Kennedy, and several other film titles. The films
Dream on Monkey Mountain
and
Man Is My Name
were made by others but were produced or aired by NBC, where Bassett worked, and he may have been involved in their production or broadcast.
DescriptionContainer
Projects by Bruce Bassett
A House for Someone Unlike Me with Sidney Lifchez
Finished Version, 1984
(1 videocassette: U-Matic, 2 duplicate videocassettes: VHS)
47
1
15-minute Version, 1984
2 videocassettes (vhs)
47
2
Camera Tapes 1-18, 1984
(18 of 25 videocassettes: VHS)
47
3-20
Camera Tapes 19-25, 1984
(7 of 25 videocassettes: VHS)
48
1-7
IBM Project
The Massey Ferguson Project, 1983
(3 film reels: color negative, internegative, and soundtrack)
(Color negative can contains film lab records)
48
8
Interactive Marketing Project, 1982
1 sound tape reel
48
9
Computer Search and Retrieval Instructions, undated
(1 sound tape reel and paper file)
48
10
Interviews, 1982
(1 sound cassette, 2 annotated, empty cassette cases)
48
11
Unidentified Video, Reels 3 and 4, 1986 June 17
2 videoreels
(2 videoreels: 1 in.)
49
1-2
Isamu Nogochi Project
Sound Rolls 1-3, 1978 September 12-15
49
3-5
Momo Taro, 1979 January 4
1 sound tape reel
49
6
Detroit Fountain, circa 1978-1979
1 sound cassette
49
7
Honolulu Rolls 2, 5, and 7, circa 1978-1979
4 sound cassettes
(2 cassettes are marked "roll 2")
49
8-10
First Half, Soundtrack, undated
1 film reel
soundtrack
49
11
Unidentified Video, undated
1 videoreel (2 inch)
(housed in Box 67)
(Label reads "1-12 Lipchitz, 13-24 Noguchi")
49
12
Rodin-related Interviews
Jean Bernard, undated
2 sound cassettes
50
1
Jean Dubos, undated
(1 side of 1 sound cassette)
50
2
Ernest Menten, undated
2 sound cassettes
(3 sides of 2 sound cassettes)
50
3
Jean Dubos and Ernest Menten, undated
(1 side of 1 sound cassette)
50
4
Pierre Vivant, 1981 January 22
(1 side of 1 sound cassette)
50
5
Cecile Goldscheider of the Musée Rodin, 1979
1 sound tape reel
(In French)
50
6
Kirk Varnadoe, 1980 May 14
1 sound cassette
50
7
Pierre Vivant, June 1979, undated
7 sound tape reels
(Identified within recordings as camera reels 315, 316, 318, 320, 322, 326, 357; location of camera reels unknown)
50
8
Pierre Vivant, 1981 May 10-11
2 sound cassettes
50
9
Sculptors at Storm King
, 1992-2000
5 videocassettes (vhs)
(Includes multiple versions; also known as
Peter Stern's Storm King
)
50
10
Peter Stern Interview, 2000
1 videocassette (vhs)
silent
50
11
Book of Kells, 2000
2 videocassettes
(2 videocassettes: VHS, 1 videocassette: Betacam SP)
50
12
Citibank Commerical, undated
1 videocassette (vhs)
50
13
Matteo Ricci, 1991
1 film reel
50
14
Unidentified Sound Cassette, undated
1 sound cassette
50
15
Projects by Others
Buffalo Rock
, undated
1 film reel
51
1
Eames and Lipchitz, undated
1 videocassette (vhs)
(Contains films by Charles and Ray Eames and copy of Bassett's Lipchitz film)
51
2
John F. Kennedy News Films
President Kennedy's News Conference #12, 1961 June 28
1 film reel
(Contains transcript)
51
3
Conversation with President Kennedy, 1962 February 7
(2 film reels; oversized reels in Box 66)
51
4
Man is My Name
by Pierre Dominique Gaisseau, 1969-1970
1 film reel
(oversized reel in Box 66)
51
5
The Man with Two Sides to His Head
by Anthony Cave Brown
Draft of Screenplay, undated
(3 of 5 folders)
51
6
Draft of Screenplay, undated
(2 of 5 folders)
52
1
Research, undated
52
2
NBC Experiment in Television: Dream on Monkey Mountain,
part 2, 1970
1 film reel
(oversized reel in Box 67)
52
3
Oversized film reels,
Conversation with President Kennedy
(2 film reels from Box 51, item 4)
66
Oversized film reel,
Man Is My Name
by Pierre Dominique Gaisseau (from Box 51, item 5)
66
Oversized Unidentified Video (from Box 49, item 12)
67
Oversized film reel,
NBC Experiment in Television: Dream on Monkey Mountain
, part 2 (from Box 52, item 3)
67

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