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James Brooks and Charlotte Park papers, 1909-2010, bulk 1930-2010

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Series 9: Artwork , 1930s-1992
0.2 Linear feet
Box 11

Artwork by Brooks is comprised primarily of drawings in pencil and ink, loose and in two undated sketchbooks. Volume 1 is comprised of pencil sketches, mostly of figures and heads; Volume 2 consists of abstract compositions drawn in ink. Also found are "telephone doodles." Work by others consists of an ink drawing with watercolor wash by Paul Fligel inscribed to Brooks, an ink drawing of his sculpture by Adolph Gottlieb, three pencil drawings of Brooks by Philip Guston, two silhouettes of Brooks by William King, and a gouache painting on paper by an unidentified artist.
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By Brooks
Drawings in Pencil and Ink, undated
11
6
Drawings in Pencil and Ink; Bookplate (print), 1930s-1992
11
7
Sketch in Tempera, Mural Project, The Acquisition of Long Island, Woodside Library, 1930s , 1930s
11
8
Sketchbooks, undated
11
9
Telephone Doodles, undated
11
10-11
By Other Artists, 1948, undated
11
12

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