Marcel Guiot letters from Arthur Heintzelman, 1929-1937
Heintzelman, Arthur William, 1891-1965
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Three letters concerning Heintzelman's exhibition arrangements with Guiot. In the first and second letter, Heintzelman postpones a proposed exhibition because of ill health; and in the final letter, Heintzelman conveys the shipping specifics of the prints to be exhibited.
Marcel Guiot letters from Arthur Heintzelman, 1929-1937. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Microfilm reel 3134 available at Archives of American Art offices and through interlibrary loan.
Marcel Guiot was an art dealer and publisher in Paris, France. Heintzelman was an etcher, painter, museum curator, lecturer, and writer on graphic artists whom Guiot represented in Paris, ca. 1925-1940. Heintzelman settled in Marblehead, Me., though he frequently travelled abroad.
Donated 1975 by Guiot.
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