Friday’s NY Times had an article on Marion Mahony Griffin and Walter Burley Griffin by Eve Kahn mentioning the Grinnell College exhibition on view through Dec. 11 to which Avery Library Drawings & Archives has contributed original material. –by Janet Parks, Curator of Drawing & Archives […]
Category: Avery on the Road
Carolyn Yerkes, Curator of Avery Classics, Speaking
On Saturday, October 1, the University of Virginia Art Museum is hosting a symposium entitled Variety, Archeology, and Ornament: Renaissance Architectural Prints from Column to Cornice in which I will be speaking. This symposium is being held in conjunction with an exhibition of the same name that features several items from Avery’s collections. I will […]
Avery Library Drawings & Archives on the Road
Here are some of the current exhibitions to which Avery Library Drawings & Archives has contributed material: San Diego Museum of Art Gustav Stickley and the American Arts & Crafts Movement. June 18-September 11, 2011 6 drawings from Avery’s Gustav Stickley collection Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA Palladio and His […]
Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library now has a blog!
Welcome to the Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library blog where we will post frequent updates on our collections, special events, digital projects as well as notices about ‘Avery on the road’ — Avery archival and rare collections on exhibit around the world, ‘Avery in the news’ — reviews and commentary from Avery staff about […]