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Howard Warshaw Papers [ca. 1921-2004]

 



Artwork
.75 linear feet
Catalog Number: M244.1

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Series Description:
Artwork by Warshaw, including approximately 200 original pen-and-ink drawings, oil paintings, works in gouache, watercolors, and engravings. There are metal plates from Warshaw's well-known study of hands, photographs of some of his exhibits, exhibit catalogs, and clippings relating to Warshaw's art. Also included is a digital copy of the "Howard Warshaw Notebook" that includes Warshaw artwork as well as text files with a Warshaw biography/bibliography.
Arrangement:Arranged alphabetically by subject.
Restrictions:None.


Teaching Materials
.25 linear feet
Catalog Number: M244.2

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Series Description:
Warshaw's notes for lectures he delivered while teaching at the University of Iowa and Jepson Art Institute, as well as two notebooks that combine sketches and diagrams with notes for lectures. A typescript of "The Painter-Teacher," written by Warshaw describing the process of painters becoming teachers, is also included.
Arrangement:Arranged alphabetically.
Restrictions:None.


Estate Archive
.50 linear feet.

Catalog Number:M244.3

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Series Description:
This series contains copies of material held by the Howard Warshaw Estate. There are five volumes of collected papers which include letters, notes, articles, eulogies, legal documents, and manuscripts. There is also one volume of notes for "Vision Made Visible," a journal by Anna Raphael Warshaw, Warshaw's mother, and in German, Der weise Professor Virrus, by Stephan Lackner. In addition, there is a CD-ROM with files of JPEG images of Warshaw's works.
Arrangement: Arranged alphabetically.
Restrictions:None.


 
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