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Correspondence, photographs, work of art and printed material concerning Charles Farley's career as a painter.
Correspondence includes personal and professional correspondence including a letter from George Luks. Photographs are of Farley. Works of art include two pen and ink sketches by Farley as well as 12 pen and ink sketches by Farley from the series The Brooklyn Museum Concerts. Printed material includes two exhibition catalogs and newspaper clippings.
Charles Farley papers, 1909-1978. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Charles Farley (1892- ) was a painter in New York, N.Y. He studied with Robert Henri and George Luks.
Donated 1976 by Marian Dennis and in 2009 by The Brooklyn Museum of Art.
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