Department of education, docent files, 1960-2000 (bulk 1987-1998)
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John Thomas Biggers (1924-2001), African American artist, was born in Gastonia, North Carolina. He attended Hampton Institute in Virginia and started taking art classes under the tutelage of Viktor Lowenfeld. Lowenfeld moved to Pennsylvania State University, and Biggers followed him to study in the art department there. He received his doctorate from the University in 1954. A few years earlier, Biggers had moved to Houston, Texas to establish the art department at Texas Southern University. ...
Volunteers have played a strong role in the MFAH since its inception. In 1939, the Art Museum Guild was established to promote the museum and art education. The Junior League Docent Program began in 1943/1944. In 1961, the first class of Bayou Bend Docents was selected. The Department of Education oversees all aspects of docent recruitment, training and leadership at the MFAH. From the description of Department of education, docent files, 1960-2000 (bulk 1987-1998) (Unknown). WorldCa...
This is a preparatory drawing for the painting "Julia, Third Viscountess Dudley and Ward" that was exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1800. From the description of [Study for Julia, third Viscountess Dudley and Ward] [graphic].  (Boston Athenaeum). WorldCat record id: 246658012 Painter, noted for portraits and historical subjects. Born in Boston, moved to England in 1775 because of Loyalist sympathies. From the description of ALS : London, to John Boydell, 1...