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Benjamin Ivry collection of correspondence on Pavel Tchelitchew, 1981-1982.

Author: Benjamin Ivry
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Twenty-seven letters and postcards by various authors to Benjamin Ivry. The letters document Ivry's research for a planned catalogue raisonné of Tchelitchew's paintings. Most of the correspondents are collectors who owned Tchelitchew's paintings. The letters discuss the location and history of particular works as well as the correspondents' recollections of Tchelitchew. One letter, from Allen Tanner, discusses his  Read more...
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Named Person: Jere Abbott; Harold Mario Mitchell Acton; Kay Boyle; Helen Carter; Henri Cartier-Bresson; Kenneth Clark; Leonardo Cremonini; Guy Davenport; Alice De Lamar; Kenward Elmslie; Leonor Fini; Geoffrey Gorer; Henry Russell Hitchcock; Bravig Imbs; Benjamin Ivry; Hugh Kenner; Igor Markevitch; Mary McCarthy; Dmitri Nabokov; Peter Pears, Sir.; Mario Praz; Ned Rorem; Sacheverell Sitwell; Gertrude Stein; Allen Tanner; Pavel Tchelitchew; Margaret Wind
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin Ivry
OCLC Number: 702192915
Language Note: Materials in English and Russian.
Description: 0.21 linear feet (1 box)

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Twenty-seven letters and postcards by various authors to Benjamin Ivry. The letters document Ivry's research for a planned catalogue raisonné of Tchelitchew's paintings. Most of the correspondents are collectors who owned Tchelitchew's paintings. The letters discuss the location and history of particular works as well as the correspondents' recollections of Tchelitchew. One letter, from Allen Tanner, discusses his and Tchelitchew's relationships with Gertrude Stein and Bravig Imbs in Paris in the 1920s.

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