Curatorial Office Records of the American Paintings Catalogue, 1985-1999 (bulk 1985-1990)


Curatorial Office Records of the American Paintings Catalogue, 1985-1999 (bulk 1985-1990)

This series relates to the 1990 publication of American Paintings and Sculpture at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute. The majority of the files contain correspondence and permission forms permitting the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute to reproduce artworks from other museums and collections within this publication. The series also contains research materials such as photocopied articles about artists represented in the collection and bibliographies of artworks found in the publication. Some files in the series contain financial information, such as royalty statements from Hudson Hills Press, Inc. The majority of the material is from 1985-1990.

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