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Charles Seymour, Jr. Collection of European Sculpture, Painting and Architecture Photographs and Research Materials

Call Number: VRC 325
Abstract: Research photographs, correspondence, notes, and typescripts of Charles Seymour Jr. deposited in the Visual Resources Collection upon his death in 1977. This collection is comprised of study and publication photographs principally associated with Seymour’s Pelican History of Art Volume: Sculpture in Italy, 1400-1500, Baltimore, 1st ed. 1966. Additional materials are associated with his research on Noyon Cathedral as well as a wide array of interests in European post-Renaissance sculpture....
Dates: ca. 1950-1970

European Fine Arts Facsimile Photographic Reproductions

Call Number: VRC 326

High quality fine arts reproductions, including many drawings, produced by the Société de Reproductions de Dessins Anciens et Modernes, 107, Rue de Rivoli, Paris; several items produced by Edition Art Vivant; some items of unknown origin.

Dates: ca. 1930 -1950

James Lord papers

Call Number: GEN MSS 790
Abstract: The collection consists of material created and accumulated by James Lord in the course of his activities as an art critic and writer, and includes drafts of writings, research material, correspondence, photographs, and audiovisual recordings. Correspondence (Series I) is both personal and professional, and relates chiefly to the artistic and literary world of mid- and late-twentieth-century Paris. Writings (Series II) include Lord's extensive research files, drafts, and primary sources for...
Dates: 1909-2018, bulk 1946-2003

Miscellaneous Photographs of European and Islamic Art and Architecture

Call Number: VRC 312

Gift of Lydia Tunnard (Mrs. Christopher Tunnard), from the estate of her brother. Miscellaneous collection of mounted black and white photographs, mostly Alinari photographs of well-known monuments. Some material periodically removed from this collection and filed with general collection. Many photographs are faded.

Dates: 1920-1940