[Art] [Donohoe, Victoria, et al]
Archive Relating to Fine Artists, Painters, Sculptors, Metal and Wood Workers, Ceramicists
Assembled by Victoria Donohoe, ca. 1960-2010. Including correspondence (typed letters, etc.), brochures, documents, press releases, Donohoe's manuscript notes, photos, and periodical literature. More than 100 artists represented, including: Martha Armstrong, Julius Bloch, Jack Bookbinder, Gwyneth King Brown, Richard DeVore, Walter Erlebacher, Paul Gorka, Jean-Robert Ipoustéguy, Mel Leipzig, Jacques Lipchitz, Clara Lombardi, Charles Madden, Sam Maitin, Isamu Noguchi, Elizabeth Osborne, Philip Pavia, Judith Schaechter, Bill Scott, Helen Siegel. Lot also includes books inscribed to Donohoe and signed by Tony Auth, Leonard Baskin, Jean-Robert Ipoustéguy, and Howard Watson. Lot includes eight file boxes holding over 1,000 items.
Victoria Donohoe (1929-2018), was a freelance art critic for the Philadelphia Inquirer from 1962 to 2012, artist, historian. Was instrumental in placing Narbrook Park in Narberth, Pennsylvania on the U.S. Register of Historic Places.
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Sold for $688 (buyer's premium included)