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E. Maurice Bloch papers, circa 1925-1989

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Series I. Correspondence, 1941-1989
Series I.A. Occasional letters received, , 1965-1988 undated
Series I.B. Letters received and letters sent, 1941-1982
Series I.C. Letters received and sent, 1976-1989
Series II. New York University, Institute of Fine Arts, 1936-1958, 1988
Series II.A. Course syllabi, 1935-1942, undated
Series II.B. Bloch's notes and term papers for NYU classes, 1936-1947, undated
Series II.C. NYU School of Architecture and Allied Arts, Bloch's undergraduate years, 1936-1939
Series II.D. NYU-IFA, Bloch's master's thesis, 1940-1942
Series II.E. NYU Washington Square campus, correspondence, 1945-1946
Series II.F. NYU-IFA, Bloch's Ph.D. materials, 1944-1959
Series II.G. Correspondence with NYU-IFA professors, others, 1946-1988
Series III. Teaching materials, 1945-1982 undated
Series III.A. Lecture notes, 1945-1982
Series III.B. Students' course work for Bloch's classes, 1940s-1980s
Series III.C. Universities of Missouri and Minnesota employment, 1944-1947
Series III.D. UCLA employment, 1956-1989
Series IV. George Caleb Bingham Research, 1943-1989
Series IV.A. Publications and lectures, 1943-1987
Series IV.B. Bingham exhibits, 1910, 1935-1986
Series IV.C. Bingham portraits, 1940s-1980s
Series IV.D. Bingham narrative/genre paintings, 1944-1989
Series IV.E. Bingham landscapes, 1944-1984
Series IV.F. Bingham drawings and unidentified paintings, 1967-1985
Series IV.G. Assorted materials regarding Bingham paintings, 1944-1984, undated
Series IV.H. Bingham biography, 1931, 1944-1988
Series V. Benjamin West research, 1821-1987
Series V.A. Correspondence, 1961-1987
Series V.B. West exhibit catalogs/inventories, 1821-1987, undated
Series V.C. West research, 1926, 1961-1987, undated
Series V.D. Raphael Lamar West, 1980s
Series V.E. Prints after the works of B. West, undated
Series V.F. West's own collection of drawings, 1820-1898
Series VI. Research files on 19th century art, 1945-1987
Series VI.A. Publications, 1945-1987, undated
Series VI.B. Never published book projects, ca. 1940s-1988
Series VI.C. Lectures, 1960-1982
Series VI.D. Research files, 1870s-1890s, 1940s-1980s, undated
Series VI.E. Inventories and bibliographies, 1940s-1989, undated
Series VI.F. Artist/subject files, 1940s-1989, undated
Series VII. Curatorial and advisory positions, 1953-1989
Series VII.A. Cooper Union Museum, 1953-1959
Series VII.B. Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts, 1957-1984
Series VII.C. Tamarind Lithography Workshop, 1960-1989
Series VII.D. Archives of American Art, 1958-1987
Series VII.E. American Art Council, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1971-1986
Series VII.F. Virginia Steele Scott Foundation, 1975-1991
Series VIII. Bloch's personal collection, ca. 1935-1989
Series VIII.A. Bloch's art collection, 1852, 1949-1989
Series VIII.B. Bloch's stamp collection, undated
Series VIII.C. Bloch's autograph collection, 1935-1989
Series VIII.D. Dealers' correspondence, 1951-1989
Series IX. Personal and miscellaneous files, 1920s-1970s
Bloch (E. Maurice) papers
Series II. New York University, Institute of Fine Arts, 1936-1958, 1988 10 box(es)
Series II.A. Course syllabi, 1935-1942, undated 2 Linear Feet
NYU-IFA course outlines, syllabi, bibliographies, slide lists, arranged alphabetically by instructor.
box folder
5 1 Inventories of Bloch's NYU-IFA course material: "Selected list of [NYU-IFA] syllabi on hand,"
5 2 Marcel Aubert, Gothic architecture
5 2 -Early Gothic architecture in France, 1936
5 2 - Later Gothic architecture in France, 1938
5 3 Otto Benesch, Fine Arts class, "French Painting from the Revolution to the Present Time," undated
5 4 Walter W. S. Cook, Research methods, Italian and Spanish Painting -"Fine Arts class 201-202, Methods of Research in the Fine arts." Selective bibliography on American Painting, with a bibliography for Fine Arts class 201
5 4 -bibliography of Italian painting
5 4 -"Spanish painting," fragment
5 4 -Reading list for "Spanish painting from Goya to Miro," [see also box 7, folder 4]
5 5 Walter Friedlaender, Italian painting
5 5 -"Fine Arts 228, Later Venetian painting and Northern Italian painting," lectures 1-9
5 5 -"Fine Arts 227, Florentine and central Italian painting of the sixteenth century," lecture 13 only.
5 5 -"Fine Arts 229, Italian painting of the late XVI and XVII centuries," includes bibliography, lacking pp. 1-12
5 6 Friedlaender, Baroque painting [see also box 6, folder 1]
5 6 -bibliography for "Fine Arts 267...Rubens and the Baroque," and including "Topics for Reports" for Fine Arts 267 and 339
5 6 -"Fine Arts 226, Painting in the High Baroque,"
6 1 Friedlaender, French painting and drawing
6 1 -"Fine Arts 226, French painting in the XVI and early XVII centuries,"
6 1 -Topics list for "Fine Arts 278, French Painting," and "Fine Arts 340, French painting XVI-XVIII," (bound together)
6 2 Friedlaender
6 2 -"Fine Arts 225. . .French painting XVII-XVIII"
6 2 -"Fine Arts 225. . .French painting of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries" (fuller version)
6 2-3 -"Bibliography of French painting - 17th and 18th centuries"
6 2 -"Bibliography of French painting (late 18th and early 19th centuries)"
6 3 -"Fine Arts 268, French drawings of the XVI and XVII centuries," lectures 1 and 15
6 3 -"Fine Arts 226, From David to Cézanne," 3 different versions
6 4 Robert Goldwater, "Fine Arts 167, Modern painting," with three leaves of Bloch's notes
6 5 Julius Held, Flemish and Dutch painting
6 5 -bibliography for Fine Arts 60, "Flemish painting of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries"
6 5 -"Fine Arts 210. . .Dutch painting, 17th century," including bibliography and slide list
box folder
7 1 Hans Huth, "Fine Arts. . .Museum training"
7 2 Richard Krautheimer, architecture
7 2 -bibilography for "Fine Arts 274, Early Christian architecture,"
7 2 -"Fine Arts 274, Gothic architecture"
7 2 -miscellaneous and incomplete lectures on renaissance architecture in Italy
7 2 -"Fine Arts 248, Baroque architecture" [see also Special Collection accn. no. 900219]
7 3 Karl Lehmann(-Hartleben), ancient art
7 3 -bibliography for "Classical Greek art"
7 3 -"Fine Arts 254, Greek architecture of the classical period"
7 3 -"Fine Arts 288. . .Greek and Roman painting," with bibliography
7 3 -"Hellenistic Art," including bibliography, with handwritten date 7 Oct 1939
7 4 José Lopez-Rey, Spanish painting
7 4 -"Fine Arts 270. . .Spanish painting from Goya to Miro," outline, slide list (fragment)
7 4 -"Fine Arts 271, Modern Spanish painting," outline, slide list for lectures 1-11
7 5 A. Philip McMahon, "Fine Arts 11, Outline of the history of art, 1945-1946," 2 pp lecture schedule and reading list
7 6 Richard Offner, Italian painting
7 6 -"Fine Arts 288, Sienese Painting"
7 6 -"Fine Arts 290, Venetian painting," fragment of typescript
7 6 -"Fine Arts 291. . .Venetian painting"
7 7 - bound volume: "Syllabus of Gothic and early Renaissance painting in Italy," with slide lists for classes "Italian painting and sculpture of the early Renaissance, 154f[all], 1946" and "Great masters of the high Renaissance," 155w[inter], 1947"
box folder
8 1-2 2 bound volumes: "Two made-up volumes of photographs from slides used by Offner, 'Sienese painting' et al"
8 3 Erwin Panofsky, European art
8 3 - "Fine Arts 336. . .Gothic and late medieval illuminated mss.," fragments
8 3 - "Early Flemish painting - syllabus"
8 3 - "Fine Arts 229, German painting," incomplete, lectures 1-6
8 3 - "German painting of the XVth century," with errata sheet
8 3 - "Italian baroque art, syllabus of lectures"
8 3 - "French painting of the XVII and XVIII centuries"
8 4 Rudolf M. Riefstahl, ancient art, furniture
8 4 - "Chronology of Egypt" for "Art of the Near East"
8 4 - chronologies for "Byzantine art" : Roman history, Byzantine history, , and "chronology of the Byzantine empire," 1934 1936
8 4 - chronology for "Historic styles," copyright 1935
8 4 -chronologies for "Medieval furniture," and "English furniture," copyright 1935
box folder
9 1 Andrew C. Ritchie, English painting
9 1 -bibliography for and lecture 1 of "Fine Arts 46. . .English painting, 16-18 centuries"
9 1 -"Fine Arts 79. . .English painting," lectures 2, 7-13 [see also box 17, folder 1]
9 2 William Sawitzsky, "Fine Arts 51, Early American painting," bound with corrections in Bloch's hand
9 3 Dimitri Tselos, Art of the middle ages
9 3 -"Fine Arts 181, Art of the early Middle Ages," lacking lectures 1-4
9 3 -"Fine Arts 282, Art of the early Middle Ages"
9 3 -"Fine Arts 182, Art of the later Middle Ages"
9 4 Tselos, Modern art
9 4 -"Fine Arts 69, Foundations of modern art," lacking 2 lectures
9 4 -"Fine Arts 36, Foundations of modern architecture and sculpture," incomplete [see also box 17, folder 1]
9 4 -"Fine Arts 135, Foundations of modern architecture and sculpture," including a "bibliography of American architecture"
9 4 -"Fine Arts 252, American art," slide list
9 5 Martin Weinberger, Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque sculpture
9 5 -"Fine Arts 279 [sic, 275]. . .Romanesque and Gothic sculpture"
9 5 -"Fine Arts 274. . .Renaissance sculpture in Italy," with Bloch's notes dated 1940
9 5 -"Fine Arts 283. . .High Renaissance and Baroque sculpture in Italy"
9 6 Weinberger, Painting, sculpture, museum training
9 6 -"Fine Arts 206. . .Renaissance art of northern Europe," [see also box 16, folder 5 for second copies of lectures 7-10]
9 6 -"Fine Arts 284. . .Northern High Renaissance and Baroque sculpture"
9 6 -"Fine Arts 210, Rembrandt and Dutch painting," incomplete
9 6 - Museum training course, "Exhibit: lithographs and sculpture - Honoré Daumier/ arranged by student in Museum training under the direction of Dr. Martin Weinberger... " May 13-19, 1941
9 7 Miscellaneous materials without instructors' names, alpha by subject/title
9 7 -ancient architecture, outline of lectures, 1936-1937
9 7 -Renaissance architecture, outline of lectures, 1937-1938
9 7 -Italian baroque art, bibilography
9 7 -history of forgeries, early Christian and Byzantine art
9 7 -iconography, outline
9 7 -Tuscan communes of 12th and 13th centuries
9 7 -modern art: classicism and romanticism, outline of lectures
9 7 -museum training course: 17th c Dutch prints and Delft ware; history of painting and sculpture, 1936, in Bloch's hand
9 7 -NYU-Met Museum bibliography for painting in Italy 17th -18th centuries
9 7 -"Fine Arts 27-28," watercolor class
9 7 -survey of renaissance art - Fine Arts 502, incomplete


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