Oil paintings (visual works)
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Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Contains handwritten and typed lists of the prices and sizes of Maria Lowenstein's art. Also a late 1960s or 1970s resume of Maria's shows and a 1978 thank you note from Channel 6 for Maria's donation to their art auction.
File — Box B002.05.0359: Series B002.05 [U186023246308]
Overview Five copies of JCRS film "City of Hope" transferred to video cassette tape and one copy of the film on reel; misc. video casettes labeled "JCRS 1930's", "Legacy of Hope" and "The Valley of the Shadow Late 1940s".
File — Frame D078.0002: Series D078.01 [U186023263203]
Scope and Contents Contains information on the paintings and frame orders for several exhibits in 2013 and photographs of some of the paintings. There is also a CD with some images of paintings. Photographs were done by Bob (Robert) Zimmerman.
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 One still-life oil painting of a vase of flowers. Light mint colored green vase with bright orange, red, pink and yellow toned flowers with a purple, blue and green background. Paint is think on the canvas surface. Signed "Goldberg" on bottom right.
Overview Fred Veston was originally from Poland and survived the Holocaust. After World War II, he came to the US and settled in Albuquerque, NM. He was a painter and would paint portraits as bar/bat mitzvah gifts for the members of his congregation. Collection contains 2 paintings by Fred Veston. One is a portrait of a young woman lighting candles; it was a gift for her from the artist for her Bat Mitzvah. The other is a framed oil painting of two Russian Jewish men sitting at a table with a Samovar...
Overview A framed oil painting of Jewish Rabbi, most likely Rabbi David Radinsky, identified on reverse as "Grandfather Radinsky by Jaq (?)." The script on the reverse isn't very clear but assuming it is the same artist as another identified portrait done by "Jaq" in the 1950s. Rabbi in protrait sits in floral upholstered chair next to small round table with maroon tablecoloth holding an open book in the table.