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A letter to Levinson from John Sloan, June 29, 1917, written from Gloucester, Massachusetts. Sloan wrote that he "will welcome you and Sparrow [to Gloucester]...we have two extra rooms where you can lodge quite comfortably and perhaps work indoors some..."; and a letter, September 26, , from Helen Farr Sloan to Mrs. Levinson enclosing a statement by Sloan on Levinson's work for the catalog of a memorial exhibition at the Art Students League, 1947.
Abraham F. Levinson letters, 1917 and 1947. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Microfilm reel 3483 available at Archives of American Art offices and through interlibrary loan.
Painter; Jamaica, N.Y. and Rockport, Mass. Studied with Robert Henri and Max Weber.
Donated 1972 by James L. Woods, executor for the estate of Ray Levinson.
Lives of American Artists
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