American Art Review month and year: February 97

author(s): Hollister Sturges

title of American Art Review article: "Reflections of Taste: American Art from Greenwich Collections"

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Also see: Known Artists, Fresh Work From Private Collections (NYT reveiw of exhibit)

"The Woodstock Art Colony" American Art Review September-October 1999 (Volume XI, Number 5) - see The Woodstock Art Colony (6/15/99) - skip this article

Mary Frank, born 1933, Striding Woman, 1986; essay by Hollister Sturges (2/22/02)

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-- assigned to Shana Herb Johannessen on 3/3/09
-- approved by copyright holder on via
-- activity on this article deferred on until
-- published in Resource Library: Reflections of Taste: American Art from Greenwich Collections; article by Hollister Sturges (5/6/09)

From: Anne von Stuelpnagel <bruc....

Date: Thu Apr 30, 2009 7:02:27 AM US/Pacific

To: i..

Subject: permission

To Whom It May Concern:

The Bruce Museum herewith grants TFOA permission to reprint the 1997 article for American Art Review's February issue authored by Hollister Sturges. Mr. Sturges did not receive compensation for this article by American Art Review, and wrote the piece while under employment by the Bruce Museum.


Anne von Stuelpnagel--

Anne von Stuelpnagel

Director of Exhibitions

Bruce Museum of Arts and Science

1 Museum Drive

Greenwich, CT 06830


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