American Prints in Black and White, 1900-1950: Selections from the Collection of Reba and Dave Williams

Begin Date1993-01-31
End Date1993-03-28
ArtistsAbelman, Ida
Ajay, Abe
Albright, Ivan Le Lorraine
Allen, James
Arms, John Taylor
Avery, Milton
Barlow, Lou
Barnet, Will
Becker, Fred
Bellings, Henry
Benton, Thomas Hart
Bertoia, Harry
Blackburn, Morris
Blanch, Lucille
Bloch, Lucienne
Boyer, Ernest
Braught, Ross
Cadmus, Paul
Cook, Howard
Curry, John Steuart
Dahlgreen, Charles
Davies, Arthur B.
Davis, Stuart
Dehn, Adolf
Diller, Burgogne
Dozier, Otis
Drewes, Werner
Faye, Harold
Ferren, John
Fiene, Ernest
Flint, William Leroy
Friedlander, Isaac
Fuller, Sue
Geerlings, Gerald
Glitenkamp, Henry (Henrik?)
Goetz, James R.
Golub, Leon
Grambs, Blanche
Grass-Bettleheim, Jolan
Harari, Hananiah
Hart, George "Pop"
Hayter, Stanley William
Hogue, Alexandre
Hopper, Edward
Howard, John
Hurd, Peter
Jackson, Edward Gee
Jones, Joe
Kainin, Jacob
Kent, Florena (Hunter)
Kent, Rockwell
Kloss, Gene
Kuhn, Walt
Kuniyoshi, Yasuo
Landacre, Paul
Landeck, Armin
Lee, Doris
Lewis, Martin
Lubbers, Adrian
Lundeberg, Helen
Mahl, Claire (Moore)
Margolies, Samuel
Marin, John
Markham, Kyra
Marsh, Reginald
Mason, Alice Trumbull
Matulka, Jan
McMillen, Mildred
Messibov, Herbert
Meyerowitz, William
Miller, Kenneth Heyes
Pennell, Joseph
Pollock, Jackson
Riggs, Robert
Rivera, Diego
Rose, Iver
Rosenberg, James N.
Russell, Alfred
Sandzen, Birger
Schwartz, William S.
Sheeler, Charles
Sheets, Millard
Simon, Grant
Sloan, John
Smith, David
Soyer, Raphael
Sternberg, Harry
Storrs, John
Taylor, Edgar Dorsey
Trovato, Joseph
Vogel, Joseph
Walkowitz, Abraham
Weber, Max
Wegenroth, Stow
Weller, Paul
Whitman, Fred J.
Wood, Beatrice
Wood, Grant
Zorach, William
Last Harvested At2017-11-22
Credit LineThis exhibition is organized and circulated by The American Federation of Arts. It is a project of ART ACCESS, a program of The American Federation of Arts with major support from the Lila Wallace-Reader's Digest Fund.
OrganizerAmerican Federation of Arts
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