Morton Ralph Goldsmith letters from Ernest Fiene and Boris Grigor??ev, 1923-1964
Goldsmith, Morton Ralph, 1882-1971
Fiene, Ernest, 1894-1965 or 1966
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26 letters from Ernest Fiene, 1956-1964, and six letters from Boris Grigoriev, 1923-1926. Fiene writes in detail about his investments and personal fiances, family and personal matters, and also about his painting and the market for his work. Grigor?ev sends greetings from Europe, mentions the work he is doing, current exhibitions, and asks to borrow money.
Morton Ralph Goldsmith letters from Ernest Fiene and Boris Grigor??ev, 1923-1964. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Microfilm reel 2813 available at Archives of American Art offices and through interlibrary loan.
Morton Goldsmith (1882-1971) was a collector and patron from Scarsdale, N.Y. Ernest Fiene (1894-1965) was a painter, lithographer, etcher, illustrator, and teacher from New York. His association with Goldsmith went beyond that of artist and patron - Goldsmith also advised Fiene on investment matters, particularly the stock market. Boris Dmitrievich Grigor?ev [also spelled Grigoriev, or Grigoriew] (1886-1939) was a painter from the Soviet Union.
Letters of Boris Grigoriev are in French.
The donor, Mrs. Morton R. Goldsmith, is the widow of Morton R. Goldsmith.
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