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Two Sculptors, Two Eras: Gallery Talk with Richard Hunt

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Hunt, Richard 1935-  Search this
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1 VHS video recording
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Anacostia (Washington, D.C.)
Washington (D.C.)
United States
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'Richmond Barthe / Richard Hunt: Two Sculptors, Two Eras' featured works that survey the long and distinguished careers of two prolific sculptors. Born thirty-four years apart, Barthe's and Hunt's work presented two distinctive creative styles that underscored their commitment to three-dimensional expression. While Barthe created representational images that celebrated the human form in bronze, Hunt delivered his abstract ideas on nature and history in aluminum and bronze. The travelling exhibition was curated by Dr. Samella Lewis, professor emerita of art history at Scripps College, and produced by Landau Travelling Exhibitions. It was held at the Anacostia Museum from December 20, 1992 - February 28, 1993.
On January 9, 1993, Sculptor Richard Hunt talked about his art work through a slideshow presentation and addressed questions about his work in the gallery exhibiting 'Richmond Barthe / Richard Hunt: Two Sculptors, Two Eras.'
Gallery talk/lecture. Related to exhibition 'Richmond Barthe / Richard Hunt: Two Sculptors, Two Eras.' Dated 19930109.
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Two Sculptors, Two Eras: Gallery Talk with Richard Hunt, Anacostia Community Museum Archives, Smithsonian Institution
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Anacostia Community Museum Archives, MRC-777 1901 Fort Place, SE, Washington, DC 20020 (tel. 202.633.4853, fax 202.287.2422) Consult archivist by appointment
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