Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Feldman Documents, from folder labeled ''Art and Freud, Basic Program, Sept 1957-June '58'', 1957-1958
Overview This folder contains notes and drafts of Burton Feldman's paper on Freud and Art done for the Basic Program at the University of Chicago.
Overview This folder contains files pertaining to Burton Feldman's efforts to publish a translation of Gershom Scholem's essay entitled ''Walter Benjamin and his Angel.'' The translation was done by Werner Dannhauser, and the folder also contains his correspondence and a full copy of his translation of the work.
Overview This folder contains a paper and a set of notes from Burton Feldman's brother Fred Feldman.
Overview A small painting done by Peggy Feldman on a Post-It note. The painting is of a tree with a bird of the same bluish green with a red crest poking out of the top. There is also a small gift painted in the bottom of the image.
Overview A photograph of a small painting done by Peggy Feldman on a Post-It note. The painting is of a female shape with a book in her hands, with animal figures near her that appear to be an owl, butterfly and a sheep.
Overview A photograph of a small painting done by Peggy Feldman on a Post-It note. The painting is of a figure dressed as a monk. He is standing in front of a cauldron and in front of a small white and gold tower with a tree full of pink and white blossoms above him. He holds what looks like a golden gardening trowel in his right hand.