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The papers of artist and teacher Joan Combs Rudman consist of interview transcripts, correspondence, photographs, articles, and exhibition catalogs assembled for a book project on twenty contemporary American women watercolorists. The project was never completed. Among the artists represented are Beverlee Ahlin (Mass.), Dorothy Barberis (N.J.), Carol Baliles (Va.), Marion Brown (N.Y.) Peggy Brown (Ind.), Donna Grunthal (Md.), Susan Hansen (Hawaii), Joan Irving (Ca.), Maxine Masterfield (Ohio), Dale Meyers (N.Y.) Erline Pickrill (Okla.), Glenora Richards (Conn.), Margery Soroka (New York), Donna Standerwick (Alaska), Lee Weiss (Wisc.), Genevieve Wilhelm (Mass.), and Joyce Williams (Ky.),
Joan Combs Rudman papers, 1969-1997. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Artist and teacher; Stamford, Conn.
Donated 1999 by Joan Combs Rudman.
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