Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 64 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract A photograph of a small painting done by Peggy Feldman on a Post-It note. The painting is of an abstract face made up mostly of animals. On the back of the photo is a stiff backing attached to make the photo into a postcard.
Dates: 1992 October
Abstract Small painting of woman with white scarf and blue shirt (Leslie Stark Doherty) lighting the shabbas candles with the covered bread and wine on the table; painted by Fred Veston. Painting appears to be done in watercolor and oil crayons. The painting was a gift for Leslie from the artist for her Bat Mitzvah. Veston created a small painting as a gift for every Bar or Bat Mitzvah for the members of Congregation B'nai Israel.
Abstract A small painting done by Peggy Feldman on a Post-It note. The painting is of Santa Claus. He has a large grey pack on his back and carries a candle.
Dates: circa 1990-2000
Abstract Black and white photograph of a painting from the 'Glory Hole Tavern' located in Central City, Colorado. The painting is of the Mona Lisa holding cards and poker chips.
Abstract Black and white photograph of a painting from the 'Glory Hole Tavern' located in Central City, Colorado. The painting is of two women, one older one younger, seated on a bed.
Abstract Black and white photograph of a painting from the 'Glory Hole Tavern' located in Central City, Colorado. The painting is of a the back of a woman bending bending at the waist wearing fishnet stockings, high heeled shoes and a large ruffled skirt.
Scope and Contents Contains photographs and negatives of Maria Lowenstein's paintings and possibly paintings from Maria's art classes. Two photographs have children pictured by paintings- possibly Maria's grandsons. Originally titled "Art Classes and Painting Photographs" because it was in an envelope titled as such upon donation. However there are no classes in the pictures and the paintings all seem to be Maria's.