Papers of Sasha Grishin [manuscript]. 1972-1998.


Papers of Sasha Grishin [manuscript]. 1972-1998.

Papers relating to Grishin's writing on art and his association with artists. They include correspondence with artists, first drafts of exhibition critiques, copies of critiques published in the "Canberra Times", and drafts of books (including "Vadim Sidur", "The art of John Brack, Leonard French, John Wolseley : land marks" and "Andrew Sibley : art on the fringe"). There are also papers relating to membership of the Board of Management of Studio One, the ANU Drill Hall Gallery and the ANU Art Collection Fiftieth Anniversary Touring Exhibition. The major correspondents include Phyllis Boyd, John Brack, Bruno Leti, Leonard Frenck, Andrew Sibley, members of the ANU Drill Hall Gallery Committee, officials and staff of the Australian National University, the Art Gallery of New South Wales, the Art Gallery of Queensland and Nevill Drury of Craftsman House.

154 cm. (11 boxes) + 2 folio items.

Related Entities

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Grishin, Sasha (person)

Art historian, academic and art critic. Grishin established the Fine Arts Program at the Australian National University in 1977 which became the Dept. of Art History in 1987. He has written several major books on Australian artists and has been "The Canberra Times" art critic since 1977. From the description of Papers of Sasha Grishin [manuscript]. 1972-1998. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225809728 ...

Studio One. (corporateBody)

Leti, Bruno, 1941- (person)

Brack, John, 1920-1999 (person)

Melbourne painter and art teacher. Hertzger appears to have been a close friend and lover of Brack's. From the description of Letters to Ruth Hertzger [manuscript]. 1944. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225831490 ...

Sidur, Vadim (person)

Boyd, Phyllis (person)