Jean Ellen Jones research material and writings on self-taught artists, 1997-2001
Jones, Jean Ellen, 1942-
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Research compiled by Jones for her project exploring the role of assistants to self-taught artists. Included are a summary of the project; transcripts of interviews with participants in the project including Rick Berman, Lee Garrett, Richard Gasperi, John Geldersma, Marchall Hahn, Jean Ellen Jones, Jo Kallenborn, Haywood Nichols, Tom Patterson, Luise Ross, Randy Sewell, and Tom Wells; photocopies of two articles by Jones; and a list of artists discussed for the project. Also included is a CD of the summary, transcripts of interviews and lists of artists.
Jean Ellen Jones research material and writings on self-taught artists, 1997-2001. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Art historian; Atlanta, Ga.; b. 1942.
Donated 2006 by Jean Ellen Jones.
Art Theory and Historiography
Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 750 9th St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20001