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Papers, 1885-1941, 1885-1897 and 1927-1941 (bulk dates).

Author: Charles Henry Hart
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
Database:WorldCat
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The collection consists of letters written to Charles Henry Hart about several silhouette artists and notes and articles about a number of different American artists. The articles, at least, were collected by someone other than Hart as they all postdate his death. The notes were either made by Theodore Bolton or were taken from works by him. The silhouette artists in whom Hart was interested were William H. Brown,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Letters
Named Person: Theodore Bolton; William Henry Brown; Augustin-Amant-Constant-Fidèle Edouart; William James Hubard; John Sartain; Theodore Bolton; William H Brown; Augustin-Amant-Constant-Fidèle Edouart; William James Hubard; John Sartain
Material Type: Manuscript, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Henry Hart
OCLC Number: 261233332
Notes: For the most part, the papers are in good condition, although some have tears.
Description: 1 box : ill.

Abstract:

The collection consists of letters written to Charles Henry Hart about several silhouette artists and notes and articles about a number of different American artists. The articles, at least, were collected by someone other than Hart as they all postdate his death. The notes were either made by Theodore Bolton or were taken from works by him. The silhouette artists in whom Hart was interested were William H. Brown, Augustin Edouart, and William James Hubard. Hart corresponded with family members and friends in order to learn more information about the men. A letter from John Sartain concerned work he had done for Hubard. The collection includes some reproductions and photographs of silhouettes, but no originals. It is not known who put the collection together.

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