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Photographs of works of art by Blanche Phillips, 1973

Warburg, Charlotte


Collection Information

Size: 1 Item

Summary: A portfolio of photographs of Blanche Phillips' sculpture taken by photographer Bob Lopez. The portfolio is inscribed to Paul and Charlotte Warburg from Phillips and was received by the Warburg's at a reception for a May 5- 31, 1973 exhibition of John Langley Howard's paintings and prints and Blanche Phillip (Howard's) sculptures at the San Francisco Art Commission "Capricorn Asunder" Gallery. The relationship of Phillips to Paul and Charlotte Warburg is unclear.

Biographical/Historical Note

Charlotte and Paul Warburg were Jewish refugees who immigrated from Berlin to the United States. They were friends of sculptor Blanche Phillips (Howard) (1908-1979).


Donated in 2020 by Jeff and Nekaya Nachmann who received the portfolio of photographs from Rita Nachmann, Jeff's mother, who, in turn, received it from Paul and Charlotte Warburg, Jeff's grandparents.

Related Materials

The Archives of American Art also holds the Blanche Phillips Howard and John Langley Howard papers.

Language Note

English .

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How to Cite This Collection

Photographs of works of art by Blanche Phillips, 1973. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.