Henry Lee McFee papers, 1928-1964.


McFee, Henry Lee, 1886-1953. Henry Lee McFee papers, 1928-1964.

Henry Lee McFee papers, 1928-1964.

Biographical material (1928-1950), 6 letters (1953), 2 scrapbooks (1929-1964), printed material (1929-1964) and photographs concern the life and career of Henry Lee McFee. Photographs show McFee (1929) and 5 of his paintings. Printed material consists of 8 reproductions of his works and 4 clippings (1950-1964). Biographical material consists of 5 award and membership certificates (1928-1950). Letters consist of one Christmas card and 5 letters of condolence (1953). Printed material consists of clippings (1929-1950), reproductions of works of art, and a poster. Photographs show McFee, his studio, and his works. Two scrapbooks contain photographs of McFee and his works. One also includes photographs of gallery installations and printed reproductions of his works (1931-1950). The other, assembled by McFee's step-daughter, also contains clippings (1929-1964), 2 exhibition catalogs (undated and 1949), an advertisement and annotated galley proof for a book of reproductions of McFee's paintings (1950), 2 typescripts on painting by McFee, and photographs of colleagues including Charles Rosen, Eugene Speicher, and Will Henry Stevens.

Reel 3134: 18 items (on a partial microfilm reel)Unfilmed: 0.3 linear ft.

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Stevens, Will Henry, 1881-1949

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Painter, New Orleans, Louisiana. Studied at the Cincinnati Art Academy and in New York with Jonas Lie and Van Dearing Perrine. Taught at Newcomb College Art Dept, New Orleans, 1921-1948. In the 1930s and 1940s, he developed an individualized style of non-objective and abstract painting. Throughout his career he experimented with pigments and manufacturing his own painting materials and was an influential teacher at Tulane. From the description of Will Henry S...

Speicher, Eugene Edward, 1883-1962

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Eugene Speicher, born in New York in 1883, was best known for his portraits of women. From the description of Letter to Julian Street, ca. 1912. (Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens). WorldCat record id: 122499606 Portrait, figure, landscape, and still life painter and draftsman; New York, N.Y. From the description of Eugene E. Speicher papers, 1906-1954. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122355097 Eugene Edward Speicher (1883-1962) ...

McFee, Henry Lee, 1886-1953

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Painter. After graduation from Kemper Military School in 1905, he entered art school in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1907. In the following year, he studied under Birge Harrison at the Art Students League summer classes in Woodstock, New York. In 1937 he was the director of the Museum School of Art in San Antonio, Texas. He moved to Claremont College in 1947 to teach in the graduate school. From the description of Henry Lee McFee papers, 1928-1964. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 12238...

Rosen, Charles, 1878-1950

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Landscape painter, printmaker, instructor; Woodstock, N.Y. Studied at the National Academy of Design with Chase and DuMond. Associate Member and Academician, National Academy of Design. Painted murals for the United States Post Offices in Beacon and Poughkeepsie, N.Y. and Palm Beach, Fla. From the description of Charles Rosen papers, 1896-1971. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79028413 ...