Letters to Thomas B. Clarke from artists, 1883-1918.


Letters to Thomas B. Clarke from artists, 1883-1918.

Letters to Clarke regarding works of art, exhibitions, payments; also reciepts for sales of art work. Correspondents include: George Inness, Frederick W. Kost, Francis Lathrop, Homer D. Martin, Francis D. Millet, Louis Moeller, Thomas Moran, John F. Murphy, Walter L. Palmer, Thomas A. Richards, Dwight W. Tryon, Harry W. Watrous, and John F. Weir. Weir's 4 p. letter, dated March 1, 1893, regards arrangements for the World's Columbian Exposition. He complains of the progress and his fears of poor selections or a poor showing. He comments of the status or merits of possible paintings, asks about arrangements for procuring and assembling the works, sends a list of artists he would like represented, and requests a list of "works obtainable" from Clarke.

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Lathrop, Francis, 1849-1909.

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Martin, Homer Dodge, 1836-1897

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Richards, T. Addison (Thomas Addison), 1820-1900

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