Artists -- Indiana
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S1343
Scope and Contents The two letters in this collection were written in ink and signed by D. W. Voorhees. The oldest letter, dated June 20, 1860, was written to Colonel Richard W. Thompson in Washington, D.C. about Daniel's trip to the nation's capital. He wrote: "I start tomorrow to Charlottesville, Va. I will spend some time on the way and will reach there on Saturday the 30th, and one of the chief pleasures I anticipate is in meeting you and George Hughes according to promise. I do wish you will come. I am...
Dates: 1860, 1873
Scope and Contents The collection is unique in that it includes his early works from his first time at the John Herron Art School (1929-1933) as well as personal journals Hopper kept listing the sales, exhibits, and loans of his artwork during a large portion of his career. The collection also includes exhibit programs and photographs of some of his later works.Oversize items include Hopper's design for a stained glass window to be placed in a library, the design of a library room, a charcoal drawing...
Collection — Frame A023
Scope and Contents This collection contains a painting of an autumn scene created by Floyd D. Hopper in 1960 for the Indiana State Library Staff Association during a meeting. He later returned to touch up the painting. The painting hung in the staff room at the library for many years before being transferred into the care of the Rare Books and Manuscripts Division.
Scope and Contents This collection includes black-and-white photographs and a few clippings and pamphlets from Frank M. Hohenberger in Indiana and Kentucky ranging from 1916 to 1935 and undated regarding landscapes, nature scenes in state parks and other locations, local buildings, houses of important figures, historic sites, and some people.
Dates: 1916-1935, undated
Collection — Multiple Containers
Collection — Folder S684
Collection — Folder S2576
Scope and Contents This collection includes an etching of the Indiana Soldiers and Sailors Monument in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana by Frederick Polley circa 1920-1950. The work is signed in the lower, right hand corner by the artist.
Dates: circa 1920-1950
Collection — Folder S1445
Scope and Contents This collection contains copies of an autobiography and papers concerning the life and artwork of George Winter. There is also an announcement of George Winter’s annual distribution of paintings sent to Hon. Horace P. Biddle of Lafayette, Indiana.
Collection — Folder A005
Scope and Contents This collection includes a single color wood block print of a house backed by trees created by Gustave Baumann in 1935. The print is numbered 40 out of 100 and is signed by the artist. It includes Baumann's artists seal of an opened palm of a hand on top of a heart.