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Kyle Morris papers, 1956-1979

Morris, Kyle Randolph, 1918-1979



Collection Information

Size: 0.2 linear ft.

Summary: Correspondence, 1957-1970s; lecture notes and syllabi from a studio art courses taught by Morris, 1970s; typescript of a lecture, "Painting in America," delivered at the Warren R. Austin Institute for World Understanding, University of Vermont, July 1958; writings, including "Beginnings of Midwestern Abstraction," from WORLD OF ABSTRACT ART, 1956, and "A Cashier Leaf," from IT IS, Winter/Spring 1959, in which Morris discusses movement and shifting forces found in his painting; exhibition catalogs and announcements; and press releases.

Biographical/Historical Note

Painter. Born 1918. Died 1979.


Donated by Kyle Morris's sons, Steve and James Morris, 1990.

How to Use This Collection

Restrictions on Use

Archives of American Art was not granted copyright to the Kyle Morris papers. Authorization to publish, quote, reproduce must be obtained from from: Steve or James Morris P.O. Box 1534, East Hampton, New York, 11937.

How to Cite This Collection

Kyle Morris papers, 1956-1979. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.