Skip to main content Skip to search Skip to search results

Artists -- English.

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Anna Kavan papers, 1867-1991

 Collection
Identifier: 1986-003
Scope and Contents This artificial collection has been compiled from a number of acquisitions and included handwritten and typed manuscripts of novels, novellas and short stories. Also diaries, notebooks, photographs, personal memorabilia and correspondence with theater critic Raymond B. Marriott, George Bullock, Rhys Davies and letters, notes and drawings from K. T. Bluth to Kavan. Kavan's artwork, predominantly water color but including oil, pen and ink, and goache.

John Trumbull Collection, 1820-1831

 Collection
Identifier: MC-1954-204
Scope and Contents This slender volume, similar to a scrapbook, contains two letters written and signed by Trumbull: one to Richard Rush regarding the death of artist Benjamin West, and the other to Sir Thomas Lawrence congratulating him on succeeding West as president of the Royal Academy. Another item in the book is a chart indicating the colors used in Trumbull’s painting “Our Savior Receiving Little Children.” This is followed by seven proofs, in various states, of an engraving of the painting...

Meic Stephens collection of Anna Kavan ephemera, 1943-1971

 Collection
Identifier: 2014-001
Scope and Contents Letter from Kavan to Rhys Davies; postcard from Kavan to Peter Davies; photo of Kavan; photos of Kavan's country and city residences; letter from Richard Centing to Rhys Davies including sample copy of "Under the Sign of Pisces" for which he was literary editor; "Books and Bookmen" article about Kavan; Theatre Cadair program for "Silverglass", a play by D.J. Britton; 2 Kavan self portraits.

Merlin Holland collection of Peter Forster's De Profundis woodblock prints, approximately 1991-2011

 Collection
Identifier: 2011-037
Scope and Contents Peter Forster's color prints and masks of the image "Awful Brevity" used in the 1991 Folio Society edition of Oscar Wilde's De Profundis. The prints serve as an illustrative example of the printmaking process.