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Marjorie Grimm printed material and letters received from Ad Reinhardt, 1962-1967

Marjorie Grimm printed material and letters received from Ad Reinhardt, 1962-1967

Grimm, Marjorie

Painter

Collection Information

Size: 11 items (on partial microfilm reel).

Summary: Nine personal letters and cards from Ad Reinhardt to Grimm; one Galerie Iris Clert bulletin announcing a Reinhardt exhibition, 1963; a one-page typescript of a speech by Reinhardt entitled "Who is Responsible for Ugliness." In addition, there is an exhibition announcement for a show of Grimm's work.

Biographical/Historical Note

Marjorie Grimm is a painter in New York, N.Y. Ad Reinhardt (full name Adolf Frederick Reinhardt) was a painter; he is best known for his black paintings which date from 1960.

Provenance

Donated 1973 by Marjorie Grimm.

Microfilm reel 2813 available at Archives of American Art offices and through interlibrary loan.

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