Adeline Oppenheim Guimard papers 1902-1953

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Adeline Oppenheim Guimard papers, 1902-1953

Adeline Oppenheim Guimard papers 1902-1953

Adeline Oppenheim Guimard (1872- ) was an American artist noted for her portraits in gouache and colored crayons. Her works were exhibited in Paris, New York and other cities in the U.S. She was married to Hector Guimard, a French architect and designer. Collection consists of correspondence, writings, family papers, photographs, sketches, and printed matter. Correspondence, 1902-1953, concerns Guimard's portraits and acknowledgements for works she donated to institutions. Writings include her papers on exhibitions and book of comments by patrons. Family papers contain letters and papers of her sister Nellie Oppenheim and Hector Guimard. Also, sketches by Adeline Guimard, photographs of her work, citations, awards, and assorted papers and photographs.

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