Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 230 Collections and/or Records:
Overview A high-resolution image of the now extinct Eskimo Curlew’s beak created from the Denver Museum of Nature and Science’s extinct bird collection. The image was in the site-specific art installation, HYLAEA, in Penrose Library, at the University of Denver from October 14th, 2010- February 14th, 2011.
Dates: 2010 July 29
Overview A high-resolution, close-up of the now extinct Eskimo Curlew created from the Denver Museum of Nature and Scienceâ€™s extinct bird collection. The image was in the site-specific art installation, HYLAEA, in Penrose Library, at the University of Denver from October 14th, 2010- February 14th, 2011.
Dates: 2009 August 26
Scope and Contents Loan agreement and exhibit paperwork concerning the exhibit at DU including images of works, titles, insurance values and dimensions. Event postcard included.
Overview Folder contains lists of painting titles for two separate exhibits featuring Maria Lowenstein and a photocopy of an exhibit publicity card for the April 1981 Retrospective exhibit. Also included are insurance values for Maria Lowenstein's art displayed at the Governors Reception, Denver Art Museum April 30, 1984.
Overview This folder contains photographs of the face painted on the Teller House bar room floor. Painting was completed by artists Herndon Davis in 1936. The painting is of Herndon's wife Edna Juanita (Cotter) Davis although it was advertised to be based on the poem by Hugh Antoine D'Arcy by the same name (The face on the Bar Room Floor).
Overview Black and white photographic image of three unidentified faculty members participating in the craft guild while two hold their purses and one woman is sitting behind a sign saying "craft guild", at the University of Denver, undated.
Dates: 1957 October
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.