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Art and artists

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 46 Collections and/or Records:

Alice McMechen, Collector, Papers of Artist Alvena V. Seckar

Collection Number: A&M 4428

Papers of artist and author Alvena V. Seckar, collected by her friend Alice McMechen. Collection includes newspaper and magazine articles; material regarding work-in-progress "Jewels of Memory"; invitations to Seckar's birthday parties, correspondence, photographs, artworks, and copies of two of Seckar's books.

Dates: 1945-1957, 1973-2008, undated

Alvena V. Seckar, Author and Artist, Artwork and Papers

Collection Number: A&M 2002
Overview Correspondence, 1954-1968, typescripts, class notes, course outlines, clippings, pamphlets, paintings, and photographs of an artist and author. Subjects include Islamic, Arabic, and Near Eastern art and the work of Paul Hogarth. Paintings include [Coal Country Scene], oil on canvas, 25 x 30, ca. 1960; [Two Children on House Steps], oil on board, 24.5 x 28, ca. 1960; and Hazel Coal Mine, oil on board, 26 x 28, ca. 1960. This collection also includes an antique children's book slate (dating...
Dates: 1940-1968

Alvena V. Seckar, Author and Artist, Manuscripts and Drafts of Novels

Collection Number: A&M 0556

Final manuscripts, drafts, and revisions of young adult novels written and illustrated by Alvena Seckar, including "Zuska of the Burning Hills" and "Trapped in the Old Mine".

Dates: 1950

Alvena V. Seckar, Author and Artist, Writings, Photographs, Scrapbooks, and Other Material

Collection Number: A&M 4204
Scope and Contents

Papers of artist and author Alvena Seckar, who spent much of her early life in West Virginia. Includes writings by Seckar, including both autobiographical and fictional writings; photographs, mainly of Seckar, her family, and her artwork; family documents; correspondence; scrapbooks; and other material. Please be aware that parts of the collection have been minimally processed and therefore remain in their original physical and intellectual arrangement.

Dates: 1927-2005

Ann L. Linger, Artist, Painting

Collection Number: A&M 4155

Watercolor painting titled "The Hornor Girls' Farm-Summer" by Ann L. "Annie" Linger (21 1/2 in. x 28 1/2 in.). This painting was created for a fundraiser to protest the construction of the Stonewall Jackson Dam.

Dates: 1985

Ann Magnuson, Performance Artist, Papers

Collection Number: A&M 4387
Scope and Contents Publications, sound recordings, and other material documenting the career of Ann Magnuson, an actress, performance artist, and nightclub performer who grew up in Charleston, West Virginia. She worked at Club 57 in New York, a gathering place for artists such as Keith Haring and Kenny Scharf.Includes:Series 1. Publications and Excerpts, boxes 1-5, 1983-2018 Series 2. Performance and Other Posters, box 6, 1991-2018 Series 3. Performance Programs and Related...
Dates: circa 1973-2020

Arthur J. Ballard, Costume Artist and Curator, Papers

Collection Number: A&M 3869
Overview Professional and personal papers of Arthur J. "Pete" Ballard, a teacher, museum curator, and costume artist. He taught at the North Carolina School of the Arts, curated the costume collection at the Reynolda House Museum of American Art in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and exhibited his work as a painter and costume artist. The collection includes project files documenting his work involving costume and painting exhibits, lectures, and theatrical productions; slides and photographs of...
Dates: ca. 1930-2015

Audubon Print of Pouched Jerboa Mouse

Collection Number: A&M 4472
Content Description

One Audubon print of Pouched Jerboa Mouse, 21 in. x 27 in.

Dates: Copyright: 1847

Bernie Peace, Artist, Papers and Artwork

Collection Number: A&M 3880

Papers of West Virginia artist Bernie Peace who taught at West Liberty State College in the Wheeling area for 35 years, from 1960-1995. Includes notebooks of slides of artworks, exhibit programs, and clippings, among other material. Addenda include 56 photo collages, and 23 artworks of mixed media.

Dates: ca. 1960-2013

Blanche Lazzell, Artist, Papers

Collection Number: A&M 2008
Overview Photographs, postcards, engravings, sketches, art tools, correspondence, pamphlets, recipes and newspaper clippings belonging to Blanche Lazzell, a West Virginia born leading American artist of the inter-war years. The collection reflects her development as an artist from her student days at West Virginia University to the end of the Korean War. Addenda include correspondence, genealogy, published material, photos, prints, drawings, news clippings, and mementos of Blanche Lazzell. Addenda...
Dates: 1881-1992