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R.A. Horne's memoir and essays, 1947-2002

R.A. Horne's memoir and essays, 1947-2002

Horne, Ralph Albert, 1929-

Scientist, Painter, Author

Collection Information

Size: 0.2 linear ft.

Summary: An unpublished memoir by R.A. Horne, "The Death of the Great Love Experiment: The Last Days of Haight-Ashbury, 1969-1970" (260 pages, typescript, photocopy) and brief essays including, "San Francisco Posters," 1970; John Singer Sargent," 1999; "The Museum School,"1970; "The Lost Bricher," 1968; "Czerapak," 1986; "My First Scale," 1972; "A Double Self-Portrait," 1947; "The Battle of the Sexes," 1963; "The Eight -Fold Way," 1970; "Death Staying the Hand of the Artist," 1989; "The Fountain of Youth," 1968; and "The Opening of the Sixth Seal," 1994; "An Art Prize," 1946; "The Boston Arts Festival," 1953; "Dave and Harriet," 1956; "Name Dropping," 1965; "An Exhibition," 1972; "La Morte d'Amore," 1974; "The Dance of Death," 1981; "Lawrence Peabody," 2002.

Biographical/Historical Note

Painter, writer, scientist; Boston, Mass.; b. 1929.

Provenance

Donated 2003 by R.A. Horne.

Restrictions on Access

Use of original papers requires an appointment and is limited to the Archives' Washington, D.C., Research Center. Contact Reference Services for more information.

How to Cite This Collection

R.A. Horne's memoir and essays, 1947-2002. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.