Drawings (visual works)
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 46 Collections and/or Records:
Item — Object B398.01.00017: Series B398.01 [U186023282516]
Overview Framed drawing of Maurice Blik by artist Deborah Howard. Drawing is in black and white, he wears a white t-shirt. Maurice Blik is looking towards the viewer.
Item — Object B398.01.00015: Series B398.01 [U186023282493]
Overview Framed drawing of Miriam Brysk by artist Deborah Howard. Drawing is in black and white, she wears a collared striped shirt and glasses. Miriam Brysk is looking towards the viewer.
Item — Object B398.01.00007: Series B398.01 [U186023282354]
Overview Framed drawing of Natalie Gonenn by artist Deborah Howard. Drawing is black and white with red, orange, yellow and peach highlights in her hair and skin. Natalie Gonenn is looking towards the viewer.
Scope and Contents Pencil sketch on tracing paper of a man running from a bull in a pasture. Two men on the outside of the fence, one smoking a pipe, are looking on and conversing. Quotation say "One potatoe to a Bottle of whiskey he doesn't make it." Potato is spelled with an "e" on the end.
Item — Object B398.01.00019: Series B398.01 [U186023282532]
Overview Framed drawing of Paula Burger by artist Deborah Howard. Drawing is in black and white, she wears a light collared shirt. Paula Burger is looking towards the viewer.
Overview Portfolio of sketches, artists’' preparatory studies, for the portrait project. These sketches were done during the interview the artist conducted with the participant.
Overview Pencil drawing of Arthur Milton Oberfelder drawn by Peter Berkeley. Oberfelder looks to be around his 50s in the picture. Framed with thin black and gold frame with thick white mat.
Found in: Special Collections and Archives
Overview Samuel Weil served as the rabbi of Congregation Emanuel in Denver, Colorado, in 1876-1877. He was only appointed under a 1 year contract and was granted a 6 month extension in March 1877. However, he was relieved of his duties due to "inadequacies" and remarks he made on June 1st which the board did not "countenance." The Weil family left Denver in December of 1877 after it was learned that the Rabbi had written to a Reverend in the Presbyterian Church proclaiming his belief in Jesus Christ...