Impressions Gallery and Workshop records, [ca. 1963-1984]
Impressions Gallery (Boston, Mass.)
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15.0 linear ft.
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Gallery records consist of collectors' correspondence, exhibition history, artists' commission records, artists' files, wholesale files, documentary editions and printed matter. Workshop records consist of general files and artists' files. Files on Fritz Eichenberg, Edna Hibel, Herbert Jackson, Ronald Kowalke, Peter Milton, John Sandlin and Adja Yunkers are large and informative. A file on Shirley Borella contains original art work.
Impressions Gallery and Workshop records, [ca. 1963-1984]. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Printmaking workshop and gallery; Boston, Mass. Workshop founded 1960 by George and Margaret Lockwood. Purchased late 1960s by Stephen Andrus, who added a gallery. Impressions Gallery represented not only printmakers, but also ceramists, painters and sculptors, particularly in the 1980's.
Donated 1986 by Stephen Andrus, the owner of Impressions Workshop and Gallery.
Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 750 9th St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20001