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Fri Mar 21 17:04:42 2014 UTClccn-nr930297770.00Artist file : miscellaneous uncataloged material0.511.00American folk art : selected examples from the private collection of the late Edith Gregor Halpert13201487Edith_Halpertnr 930297773429952Edith Gregor HalpertGregor Halpert, Edith 1900-1970Gregoryevyna, EdithGregoryevyna, Edith, 1900-1970Halpert, EdithHalpert, Edith, 1900-1970Halpert, Mrs. SamuelHalpert, Samuel, Mrs., 1900-1970lccn-nr95029951Downtown Gallery (New York, N.Y.)lccn-n2006054540Pollock, Lindsaylccn-n79065633University of ConnecticutMuseum of Artlccn-n81107851Sotheby Parke Bernet Inclccn-n79053171Colonial Williamsburg, incnp-rockefeller, abby aldrichRockefeller, Abby Aldrichviaf-203138299Rockefeller, Abby Greene Aldrichlccn-n79079587Corcoran Gallery of Artlccn-nr2002021200Dintenfass, Terry1920-lccn-n79058448Santa Barbara Museum of ArtHalpert, Edith Gregor1900-1970CatalogsExhibition catalogsArtHalpert, Edith Gregor,Downtown Gallery (New York, N.Y.)New York (State)--New YorkArt dealersArt, AmericanUnited StatesArt, ModernPainting, AmericanArt auctionsFolk artRockefeller, Abby AldrichPrimitivism in artArtDintenfass, Terry,Art patronsArt galleries, CommercialArt--Private collectionsArt, ColonialVirginia--WilliamsburgArt--PricesPaintersArchivesDavid A. Schorsch, IncMarin, John,O'Keeffe, Georgia,LettersArt, Modern--SourcesNew York (State)Terry Dintenfass, incArizona State University.--University Art CollectionsArt, American--SourcesArchives of American ArtPainting, ModernManners and customsHart, George Overbury,Brook, Alexander,Art patronageAfrican American artistsPascin, Jules,Washington (State)--SeattleSculptorsNew York (State)--New York--Greenwich VillageWashington (State)ChalkwareStorrs, John Henry Bradley,Fraktur artColeman, Glenn O.,Halpert, Samuel,Women artistsKarfiol, Bernard,1900197019301935193619471956195919601962196319651967196819721973198919911994199619992000200620072012115593115NK805ocn003932072502ocn003932072book19470.90Colonial Williamsburg, incA catalogue of the American folk art collection of Colonial WilliamsburgCatalogs132ocn081679331book19630.93Brandeis University, Waltham, MassAmerican modernism : the first wave : painting from 1903 to 1933 : a loan exhibition of the Poses Institute of Fine Arts, the Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, October 4 through November 10, 1963Exhibition catalogs131ocn001317897book19730.93Sotheby Parke Bernet Inc20th century American paintings, drawings, watercolors and sculptureCatalogs51ocn198165592book19630.27Signs & symbols, U.S.A., 1780-1960 : exhibition March 12 to April 6, 1963 : The Downtown GalleryExhibition catalogs41ocn228429482book19620.23American folk art : Arizona State University Collection of American Art41ocn078938308book1.00American art : the Downtown GalleryExhibition catalogs41ocn084252858book0.47The Downtown Gallery : American art31ocn198164448book19350.92Exhibition of 14 paintings by 14 American contemporaries : March 12th to March 30th, 1935Exhibition catalogs32ocn220239489mix1.00Lawrence, JacobJacob Lawrence and Gwendolyn Knight papersMore than half of the collection is correspondence with friends, artists, students, school children, art schools, galleries, museums, and others. Also found are writings by Lawrence and others, newsclippings, exhibition catalogs and announcements, press releases, brochures, books, photographs of Lawrence, Knight, and Lawrence's artwork, scattered financial and business records, primarily relating to Lawrence's relationship with the Terry Dintenfass Gallery in New York, and two small lithographs by James Rosenquist31ocn019581480book19350.92Exhibition of 14 paintings by 14 American contemporaries, March 12th to March 30th, 1935, the Downtown Gallery, New YorkExhibition catalogs33ocn870086542mix1.00Sheeler, CharlesCharles Sheeler papersWritings include Sheeler's journal dating from the 1950s-1963 and two notebooks containing notes, addresses, recipes, etc. Also found are Sheeler's writings on artists, drafts for articles, and a manuscript and notes for an autobiography that Sheeler wrote for Harcourt Brace. The autobiography became the basis for Constance Rourke's biography, "Charles Sheeler: Artist in the American Tradition" published in 1938. The writing series also includes a short story by Musya Sheeler, and an illustrated short story by friend Dorothy Eidlitz22ocn870086362mix1.00Howland, IsabellaIsabella Howland papersPhotographs, loose sketches, 5 small sketchbooks with notes, and printed material, 1940-197122ocn870086392mix1.00Gaylor, WoodWood and Adelaide Lawson Gaylor papersOne postcard July 1916, sent from Charleston, S.C., from Jules Pascin To Samuel Wood Gaylor22ocn849927592mix1.00Downtown Gallery (New York, N.Y.)Downtown Gallery recordsThe photographs series includes images of people: Edith Gregor Halpert, family, friends, also many images of her dog, Adam, and views of her country home in Newtown, Connecticut. Other photographs of people include portraits of artists, most of whom were affiliated with the Downtown Gallery. There are also photographs of works of art (with a large number of black-and-white negatives, 35-mm color slides, and glass plate negatives) and of exhibitions, of the exterior and interior of the Downtown Gallery, and of an award presented to Halpert11ocn084612354mixHalpert, Edith GregorArtist file : miscellaneous uncataloged material11ocn849917815mix1.00Siporin, MitchellMitchell Siporin papersArtLetters from Siporin to his brother and sister-in-law, Seymour and Mary Sipporin, as well as letters to Siporin from Jack Levine and Carl Holty. Writings, including scripts for lectures, journal articles, an unfinished novel by Siporin, a journal describing his experience in North Africa during WWII as a war photographer and painter, notes taken during sabbaticals, and a eulogy written by Siporin for Henry Varnum Poor. Photographs of Siporin with friends and family, including Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Peter Pollack, Edward Millman, and Philip Guston and a portrait of Siporin by Arnold Newman, as well as Siporin's artwork. Subject files, including the Woodstock Art Conference, American Artists' Congress, the American Federation of Arts, WWII, the Army at War exhibit, Siporin's involvement in the WPA, as well material on Siporin's Haymarket drawings used for a 1934 issue of Left Front magazine. Works of art including two studies for St. Louis, Mo., Post Office murals, and a sketch of Siporin by S.P. Kaufman11ocn849916974mix1.00Porter, DavidEdwin David Porter papersFamily correspondence; personal and professional correspondence relating to Porter's career as a gallery owner, with Caresse Crosby, Eldzier Cortor, Worden Day, Edith Halpert, Adolph Gottlieb, Karl Knaths, Peggy Guggenheim, Mark Rothko, Willem de Kooning, and many others; diaries; notes; financial papers; clippings; publicity catalogs; and miscellany11ocn032117143book0.47American folk artExhibition catalogs11ocn739059848book1956Halpert, Edith GregorAmerican primitive art11ocn122554202mixMarin, JohnSection II, Parts I-III (John Marin Jr. papers) contain correspondence by or from: Charles Bittinger, James Davis, Georgia O'Keeffe, E.C. Zoler, Helen Dove, Edith Halpert, Duncan Phillips, Max Weber, the Downtown Gallery, Lyda and Retta Currey, Yale University Art Gallery (Lamont Moore), Currier Gallery of Art (Charles Buckley)5823ocn070668720book20060.25Pollock, LindsayThe girl with the gallery : Edith Gregor Halpert and the making of the modern art marketBiographyIn 1926, Edith Gregor Halpert, just twenty-six years old, opened one of the first art galleries in Greenwich Village and set about turning the art world upside down. Her Downtown Gallery, which she ran for forty-four years, laid the groundwork for the art market's modern era, and its aggressive promotion and sales tactics. Halpert cultivated the most illustrious art collectors of the day, from Abby Aldrich Rockefeller to Stanley Marcus. She invented the market for folk art. And she pushed the first group of American artists working in a modern vernacular into the history books, including Stuart Davis, Jacob Lawrence, Georgia O'Keeffe, Ben Shahn, and Arthur Dove. Despite all this, Edith Halpert herself has been lost to history. Until now." "In The Girl with the Gallery, journalist Lindsay Pollock brings Halpert and her era back to life, revealing how a penniless Russian Jewish immigrant - armed with only a Harlem public-school education, a few years in the working world, and an abundance of determination and charisma - made it her mission to fight for American art and artists. This is biography is an unforgettable story of class, money, vanity, jealousy, and tragic loss+-+67583913061412ocn000454934book19680.90University of ConnecticutEdith Halpert and the Downtown Gallery. [ExhibitionExhibition catalogs432ocn000617124book19730.90Sotheby Parke Bernet IncHighly important 19th and 20th century American paintings, drawings, watercolors and sculpture : from the estate of the late Edith Gregor Halpert (the Downtown Gallery)CatalogsExhibition catalogs322ocn170038819book20060.19Pollock, LindsayThe girl with the gallery : Edith Gregor Halpert and the making of the New York art marketBiography+-+6760391306262ocn001042598book19630.84Catalogue for a loan exhibition from the Edith Gregor Halpert collectionExhibition catalogs241ocn000760969book19730.96The Edith Gregor Halpert folk art collection : property of Terry DintenfassCatalogsExhibition catalogs225ocn024586146mix19890.53Tepfer, DianeEdith Gregor Halpert and the Downtown Gallery : downtown, 1926-1940 : a study in American art patronageHistoryBiography172ocn011508385book19620.88The Edith Gregor Halpert Collection : September 28 - November 11, 1962, the Corcoran Gallery of ArtExhibition catalogs151ocn171388013book19730.9420th century American paintings, drawings, watercolors and sculpture : the Edith Gregor Halpert collection (the Downtown Gallery). Also property of various owners including the City College Fund sold for the benefit of the City College and its students, New YorkCatalogsExhibition catalogs111ocn034407051book19600.96A loan exhibition from the Edith Gregor Halpert collection : [exhibition] January 16-February 28, 1960, The Corcoran Gallery of ArtExhibition catalogs91ocn054256064book19730.95Sotheby Parke Bernet IncHighly important 19th and 20th century American paintings, drawings, watercolors and sculpture from the estate of the late Edith Gregor Halpert (the Downtown Gallery) Free public exhibition, from Friday March 10 to Wednesday March 14 at 1 p.m. ... Public auction, Wednesday March 14 at 8 p.m., Thursday March 15 at 2 p.mCatalogs91ocn000874368book19730.73Society of the Four ArtsAmerican folk art; an exhibition in honor of Edith Gregor Halpert, March 10 to April 8, 1973Exhibition catalogs92ocn077789694book19720.88National Collection of Fine Arts (U.S.)Edith Gregor Halpert memorial exhibition. April 7-June 25, 1972, National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian InstitutionHistoryExhibition catalogs81ocn082997087book19680.96Edith Halpert and the Downtown Gallery : the University of Connecticut Museum of ArtExhibition catalogs82ocn045795732book19990.88Gaines, Catherine StoverA finding aid to the records of the Downtown GalleryHistoryBibliography CatalogsCatalogs71ocn037637066book19941.00American folk art : selected examples from the private collection of the late Edith Gregor HalpertCatalogs61ocn014042574book19730.96Sotheby Parke Bernet Inc20th century American paintings, drawings, watercolors and sculpture : the Edith Gregor Halpert collection (the Downtown Gallery), Part II : also property of various owners ... ; public auction, Wednesday, May 16, [1973] ... Sotheby Parke Bernet, IncCatalogs61ocn261227486book19940.28American folk art : selected examples from the private collection of the late Edith Gregor Halpert : a private saleCatalogs41ocn081810909book19730.23Edith Gregor Halpert folk art collectionCatalogs41ocn080110769book19670.27American art-- : 20th century, image to abstraction : [exhibition checklist]Exhibition catalogs+-+6758391306Fri Mar 21 15:21:06 EDT 2014batch22580