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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Michael Peven "Snatches," or "Man Made Wonders"

Identifier: MS P463 411
Scope and Content Note

Colored folders, 6 1/4 11 x 4 1/211, reproducing art photographs of nudes, made by assistant professor of art Peven and exhibited in an invitational show at the Evanston (Ill. ) Arts Center in December 1980, Folder covers feature Mt, Rushmore Memorial, Golden Gate Bridge, St. Louis "Gateway to the West" arch, Washington Monument, Statue of Liberty, and Hoover Dam.

Dates: 1979

Photography in the Fine Arts (PFA) Exhibition V Collection

Identifier: MC 2212
Content Description The collection contains photographic prints that were part of a traveling exhibition organized by the Photography in the Fine Arts (PFA) organization, for which E. Nobles Lowe was the lawyer. Also included are several folders of documents, including exhibition catalogs and correspondence, related to the PFA and its exhibits. The collection contains 177 original photographic prints of 176 unique images; there are two prints of Thomas Nebbia's "Wales Chimney." Three prints from the...
Dates: circa 1941-2005

David Smith Photograph Collection

Identifier: MC 2096
Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of 110 black-and-white 8 x 10 photographic prints of sculptor David Smith and his works. His sculptures are the primary focus of the photographs, but some photographs of works on paper are also included. Many of the photographs are believed to have been taken by David Smith.

Dates: circa 1950-1965

University of Arkansas Art Exhibition Records

Identifier: MC 2591-UA
Scope and Contents

Materials in this collection include Fine Arts Center Gallery brochures, MFA thesis exhibition flyers, postcards, invitations, and a book of art by painter Gorazd Skopje, an artist of Macedonian descent who completed his graduate course work at the University of Arkansas Fine Arts Department.

Dates: 1975 - 1995; Majority of material found within 1991 - 1995