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Collection consists of biographical material, correspondence, writings, photographs, and printed material.
REEL 5299: Personal and business letters; 4 photographs of Rosenquit, 1947-1966, and 4 of his work; a resumé, 1976; a draft of a short story by Rosenquit, "An Orderly Suicide," clippings; reproductions; and announcements for shows at the Roko Gallery and elsewhere. Many items are annotated by Rosenquit. Among the correspondents are Ann Freilich, Wendy Owen, Daniele Deverin, and May Swenson.
ADDITION: Personal and business letters; newspaper clippings; three photographs of Rosenquit; exhibition brochures and announcements; biographical information and press reviews.
Bernard Rosenquit papers, 1945-1991. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Microfilm reel 5299 (fr. 1157-1221) available for use at Archives of American Art offices and through interlibrary loan.
Painter, printmaker; New York , N.Y.; b. 1923; d. 1991.
Donated 1976 by Bernard Rosenquit and in 2003 by Vivian Hecht and Pauline Seener, Rosenquit's sisters.
Lives of American Artists
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