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Author: Emil FuchsAlexandra, Queen consort of Edward VII King of Great BritainVictoria, Queen of Great BritainEdward, King of Great BritainJohn Singer SargentAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The Fuchs Papers document Emil Fuchs' activities, mainly during the years 1897 through 1927, and also includes documents related to the disposition of the collection in the years after his death. The Papers are organized into two series: General Correspondence and Visual Materials.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Emil Fuchs; Alexandra, Queen consort of Edward VII King of Great Britain; Victoria, Queen of Great Britain; Edward, King of Great Britain; John Singer Sargent; David Belasco; Daniel Chester French; Ignace Jan Paderewski; Robert Todd Lincoln; Brooks Atkinson; Grace Goodhue Coolidge; W H Goodyear; Wilford Seymour Conrow; William Henry Fox; Lee McCanliss
OCLC Number: 80778826
Description: 2 l.f.

Abstract:

The Fuchs Papers document Emil Fuchs' activities, mainly during the years 1897 through 1927, and also includes documents related to the disposition of the collection in the years after his death. The Papers are organized into two series: General Correspondence and Visual Materials.

General Correspondence files are organized into three groups. Correspondence: British Royal family includes letters from secretaries and assistants to the British Royals (organized chronologically) documenting Fuchs' activities and his numerous commissions for them. The development of Fuchs' relationship with the British Royals from 1897 through the death of Queen Victoria and accession to the throne of her son Edward VII is well noted in this series of letters. General Correspondence (organized alphabetically) includes letters from clients and friends, giving insight into the broad range of his commercial success as an artist and the long-term friendships that grew from his social and artistic skills.

Of note are letters from his friends John Singer Sargent, David Belasco and Daniel Chester French. In addition, this series includes inventories of the artworks in Fuchs' studio and papers relating to the bequest of his collection.

Visual Materials files are organized by format. Photographs of Fuchs' artworks are arranged by type: portrait paintings, portrait sculpture, medals, monuments; an album contains mounted and labeled photographs of Fuchs' artwork. The photographs within each folder are arranged alphabetically by sitter or title; pencil sketches and autographs are contained in a bound album and a folder.

The sketch album is especially rich in historical and artistic content and includes invitations, letters, autographs, sketches and ephemera. Fuchs was invited to the bedchamber of Queen Victoria at her death to make sketches and a death mask for a bust of the Queen. The album contains several sketches made on this occasion and a sprig of dried flowers from Queen Victoria's room that was given Fuchs by the Princess of Wales. Numerous studies depict the British Royals, including Queen Alexandra and King Edward VII, at leisure: playing piano, reading, playing cards and writing. Sketches of notables of the day include I.J. Paderewski and Robert Todd Lincoln. Among the numerous autographs in the volume are Queen Victoria, King Edward VII and Brooks Atkinson. There are also letters from Grace (Mrs. Calvin) Coolidge and Robert Todd Lincoln, President Lincoln's son.

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