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Exhibition catalogs and announcements; clippings; 38 photographs of Lev-Landau's work and 3 photographs of him; 48 slides of his work; 5 phonograph records which include an interview with Lev-Landau conducted by Frank Kleinholz for "Art in New York" in 1945, and an interview with Lev-Landau and others for the Newspaper Guild Art Exhibit; and other miscellaneous items.
Lev-Landau papers, [ca.1944-1966]. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Painter, New York, N.Y. Samuel David Lev-Landau was born in Warsaw, Poland and emigrated to the United States. Trained at the Graphic Sketch Club, Philadelphia and studied with Sol Wilson and Phil Reisman. Worked primarily in oil and casein.
Donated 1976 by Samuel David Lev-Landau.
Lives of American Artists
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