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Watercolor painting

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:

Box 8, Paintings

 File — Box M454.0008: Series M454.02 [Barcode: U186023284445]
Identifier: M454.02.0008

Box 8 contains two (2) framed paintings by Alta Merle Ricks. Both paintings are landscapes. One has mountains in the background, and campers by a lake in the foreground. The other painting portrays snow on more mountains.

Dates: 1882-2005

Box 26, c. 1940-1950

 File — Box B088.0026: Series B088.06 [Barcode: U186023282401]
Identifier: B088.06.0026

One watercolor painting of a cutaway of an unknown pumping facility. Color tinted photographic prints: Yangtze Gorge Dam in China, Eklutna Power Plant in Alaska, Grand Coulee Power Plant in Washington, Epharta Office Building in Washington, Tracy Pumping Plant in California, Vista House Shasta Dam in California, Keswick Dam in California, Hungry Horse Dam in Montana, and Anderson Ranch Dam in Idaho. Prints are photographic prints of drawings.

Dates: c. 1940-1950

Container 1: "Yorinda and Yongnel", 1983

 File — Frame D078.0001: Series D078.01 [Barcode: U186023263198]
Identifier: D078.01.0001

This container is a large framed watercolor by Judy Graese titled "Yorinda and Yongnel."

Dates: 1983

For Wolfgang Yourgrau, 1969

Identifier: M041.09.0010.00003

Water color on paper of pines, mountains.

Dates: 1969

Fred Veston Paintings

Identifier: B362
Abstract Fred Veston (1899-1980) was born in Kraków, Austria-Hungary (now Poland) and survived the Holocaust by fleeing east, until reaching Lemberg (now Lviv, Ukraine). Seeing it was no better than Kraków. He then made his way to south western Poland and the Tatra Mountains, where Polish partisan groups continued to fight the German forces. He remained in the mountains until the end of the war in 1945. Overall 72 of Fred’s close and extended family were killed in the Holocaust. Fred married...
Dates: c. 1955-1980

Greta Hilb Artwork

Identifier: B154
Abstract Greta Hilb (1904-1998) was born in Stuttgart, Germany and became a local Denver Jewish female artist of note. She studied at the Parsons School of Design in New York and settled in Denver in 1934. In 1964, she also co-authored a cookbook titled For Goodness Sake with Denver author Leora Mattingly Weber, famous nationally for her Beany Malone juvenile series. The Hilbs were related to the Levy family of Denver, founders of the Fashion Bar clothing store chain. The collection consists of...
Dates: 1930-1990

"Hadrian VII" Scene Panel, 1964

Identifier: B333.09.0009.00001
Scope and Contents

Framed gouache watercolor painting, with pencil sketch visible underneath paint, of five scenes from "Hadrian VII." All five have a solid black backdrop with minimal set furnishings. Scenes include a room, altar, man knelling before a cardinal, throne with banner, candlesticks and railings and the same candlesticks and railings without the banner and throne chair. Sticker on the back of frame says "Panel 5." Also included is a mounted photograph from a production.

Dates: 1964

"Incomplete Education" and "The Meeting" Scene Panel, 1964

Identifier: B333.09.0009.00002
Scope and Contents

Framed gouache watercolor painting, with pencil sketch visible underneath paint, of two scenes with the top titled "Incomplete Education" and the bottom "The Meeting." The top image is of a lavish interior with a large window, ornate gold wall carvings, green upholstered furniture and one small side table. The bottom image is an office with a large desk, fireplace with candelabras and pictures hanging from a picture rail. "Lowenstein '64" is signed in the bottom right-hand corner.

Dates: 1964