Alison de Lima Greene artist correspondence files, 1985-2000.

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Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Curatorial department. Alison de Lima Greene artist correspondence files, 1985-2000.

Alison de Lima Greene artist correspondence files, 1985-2000.

The files contain correspondence with artists, often relating to objects in the MFAH collection. They also contain letters from young or emerging artists offering resumes and art work (as gift or for sale). Some contain object slides and photography; many contain postcards or copies of work. Includes many artists associated with MFAH and Glassell School and many whose works are owned by MFAH.

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Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Curatorial department.

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Alison de Lima Greene served as Assistant Curator, Twentieth-Century Art, from 1985-1987. She was Associate Curator, Twentieth-Century Art, from 1987-1992. From 1992 through the present she has served as Curator, Twentieth-Century Art, with a title change in 2001 to Curator, Modern and Contemporary Art. From the description of Alison de Lima Greene artist correspondence files, 1985-2000. (Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Hirsch Library). WorldCat record id: 212626037 ...