Artists - United States
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: GB 13
Abstract: Béatrice Coron is an artist and illustrator working primarily in cut silhouettes. Her artistic output includes artist’s books, wall art, illustration, and decorative design and sculpture for buildings and public spaces. She works primarily in paper and Tyvek, as well as fabric, glass, metal, stone and digital media. The collection contains examples and slides of the artist’s work, including artists’ books, commercial work, cut paper drafts and proofs, prints, articles and clippings, and...
Identifier: GA 19
Abstract: This collection of Ben Shahn's work includes drawings, lettering, posters, prints, proof sheets and other materials. The largest concentrations are in lettering and prints. Other materials, including drawings, photographs of Ben Shahn, cut-outs, drafts and mock-ups, are also included.
Identifier: GB 12
Abstract: This archive assembles material relating to books and broadsides published by the Stone House Press, along with broadsides from other presses, correspondence and ephemera, such as advertisements, announcements and printed keepsakes. The bulk of the archive consists of broadsides, papers and other printed material from the 1980s that illustrate the operation of a small hand press business. Other prints and publications of interest to Morris Gelfand, the proprietor of the press are included.
Identifier: GA 17
Abstract: Suellen Glashausser worked as a book artist, sculptor and textile artist, as well as teaching at Montclair State University in New Jersey. This collection primarily consists of her administrative and professional papers, teaching materials such as syllabi and class handouts, art and craft technique instructions and examples, catalogs and promotional materials for exhibition of her works and that of other artists, as well as photographs and slides of her work and work of other artists.