[Art] Bearden, Romare
Autograph Letter, signed
New York: October 22, (ca. 1975). 1 P. 4to. From Bearden to Victoria Donohoe (as director of Art Selections for the 41st Eucharistic Congress):"Thank you again for your interest. The Congress is nearly a year away and while I don't know whether I have anything specifically relating to the nature of the work mentioned in the list you sent me; perhaps by the time the exhibit nears there might be some-thing I have which is appropriate. By next summer, if so I'll be only to happy to let you know what I've done. Meanwhile, the best of success in your venture." On Bearden's 357 Canal Street, New York letterhead, and with his original postage envelope addressed in his hand.

Victoria Donohoe (1929-2018), was a freelance art critic for the Philadelphia Inquirer from 1962-2012, artist and historian. Instrumental in placing Narbrook Park in Narberth on the U.S. Register of Historic Places.

Estimate $400-700


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Sold for $250 (buyer's premium included)