Dealer Records :

Artists' Gallery records 1936-1966

Artists' Gallery, New York

Artists' Gallery records 1936-1966
4 microfilm reels: reels D313, N737, 79 and 1042

Founded in 1936 as a non-profit organization by Hugh Stix and managed by Federica Beer-Monti, the gallery represented artists who lacked a dealer (among whom Josef Albers and Louis Eilshemius). The records include artists' files, logbooks and exhibition catalogues.

Location of Record
Archives of American Art,
Smithsonian Institution
Washington DC Research Center Suite 2200
750 9th St. NW
Washington DC
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Smithsonian Institution
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Smithsonian Institution Research Information System
<>, accessed 3 January 2003.

N.H. Yeidi, K. Akinsha, A.L. Walsh (eds), AAM Guide to Provenance Research, Washington, 2001 p. 215.