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Hamilton, Richard, 1922-2011


Biographical / Historical

b. 1922

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Ann Lauterbach papers

Call Number: YCAL MSS 736
Abstract: The Ann Lauterbach Papers document the personal and professional life of American poet Ann Lauterbach and consist of correspondence, writings, printed material, born-digital and audiovisual material. The papers contain a number of drafts of Lauterbach's writings from early in her career until roughly 2000. Her correspondence reflects her intellectual circle with correspondents including writers and artists: Stacy Doris, Kenward Gray Elmslie, Richard Hamilton, Susan Howe, Garrett Kalleberg,...
Dates: circa 1918-2020

Lydia Winston Malbin papers

Call Number: YCAL MSS 280
Abstract: The collection consists primarily of files relating to individual works of art in the Malbin art collection, in addition to correspondence with artists, curators, dealers, museums and galleries; photographs; documentation regarding gifts and loans; material relating to Lydia Winston Malbin's collecting activities and related projects; a small amount of papers of Malbin's father, Albert Kahn; scrapbooks; and card files. The papers provide extensive documentation of a major twentieth-century...
Dates: 1891-1997, bulk 1938-1997

John McHale archive

Call Number: MSS 60

The collection comprises collage books, collages, drawings, palettes, and posters by John McHale, with related printed material, including catalogs, periodicals, ephemera, and small posters.

Dates: ca. 1950-1978.

The Independent Group, schedule of seminars for Spring 1955 session, 1955

 Item — Box 7: Series 11, Folder: 33
Call Number: MSS 60, Series XI
Scope and Contents:

Seminar speakers include: Lawrence Alloway, Reyner Banham, Frank Cordell, Gillo Dorfles, Richard Hamilton, Anthony Hill, Donald Holmes, John McHale, E.W. Meyer, Eduardo Paolozzi, Tony del Renzio, and Peter Smithson.

Dates: 1955

This is Tomorrow, 1956

 Item — Box 6: Series 7; Series 9; Series 10, Item: 27
Call Number: MSS 60, Series X
Scope and Contents:

A screen print of Richard Hamilton's Just what is it that makes today's homes so different, so appealing?, produced for an exhibition at the Whitechapel Art Gallery, August 9-September 9, 1956.

The exhibition was divided into various collaborative groups of architects and artists. Each of these groups produced its own poster for the exhibition. John McHale was in Group Two with Richard Hamilton and John Voelcker.

Dates: 1956

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American literature -- 20th century 1
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