Found 3,524 Resources containing: Art teachers
Satirical essay by Pyron about Voulkos and the art of throwing pots.
Brochure for the Philip L. Hale's summer art classes.
Identification on verso (handwritten): Grant Wood and his class at Viola
Photograph thought to be taken during the time that Thomas Anshutz and Thomas Eakins worked together at the Pennsylvania Academy and the University of Pennsylvania, 1880-1886.
Painter Josef Presser in a studio talking with a student.
Lecture notes in which sculptor Paul Suttman describes still life sculpture as alive, and catalogs the natural and unnatural aspects of a three dimensional object.
On verso of postcard is a water colour lessons advertisement.
Alma Thomas (American, 1891-1978) spent 38 years as a Washington, D.C., public school art teacher before her painting career took off. In 1972, in her […]
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Identification on verso (handwritten): Miss Florence Sprague, Instructor of Sculpture, Stone City Art Colony, with some of her students in on of the deserted quarries.
A summary of the Silversmith conference and survey noting that the lack of organization among silversmiths.
1st year Normal (Pratt) 1899(?)
Transcript: 71 pages.
An interview with Doug Ashford conducted 2016 October 14 and November 3, by Theodore Kerr, for the Archives of American Art's Visual Arts and the AIDS Epidemic: An Oral History Project, at Ashford's studio in Brooklyn, New York.
An interview of Tony Marsh conducted 2009 September 10-11, by Mija Riedel, for the Archives of American Art's Nanette L. Laitman Documentation Project for Craft and Decorative Arts in America, at Garden Cottage Bed and Breakfast, in Los Angeles, California.
Edwin Ambrose Webster directing a plein-air painting class at his school in Provincetown, Mass.
Painter and painting instructor Edwin Ambrose Webster and a student in a plein-air painting class.
Signed lower right: "Laura Gilpin 1926".
Identification on verso (handwritten): 8/11/40 / Dem. on Silk Screen / World's Fair
An interview with Hubert Leckie and Alexander Giampietro conducted 1992 Feb. 13, by Liza Kirwin, for the Archives of American Art.
Leckie and Giampietro recall their student days at the New Bauhaus in Chicago (fall 1937- summer 1938) and the teaching methods of Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Alexander Archipenko, Hin Bredendieck, Gyorgy Kepes, David Dushkin, and others there; the New Bauhaus approach to design; the closing of the school in 1938 and its reincarnation in the Institute of Design; Leckie's application of New Bauhaus principles in his teaching at American University and the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) in Washington, D.C.; ICA exhibitions and programs; both teaching at the ICA from 1948 to 1951; their impressions of ICA director Robert Richman; the impact of the ICA on the Washington, D.C. art scene; and the exchange between the ICA, American University, the Washington Workshop Center for the Arts, Catholic University, and other schools. Leckie also discusses his role as the designer of the Archives of American Art Journal.
Identification on verso (handwritten): Sketch class under Mr. Wood, Stone City - 1933