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The papers of fiber artist and educator Glen Kaufman measure 1.1 linear feet and date from 1957-2011. The papers primarily document his travels and student work through biographical material, journals, printed materials, and artwork. Included are 15 travel journals, two handwoven knotted pile rug samples, and two sketchbooks. An addition of 3.8 linear feet donated in 2015 includes biographical material, professional correspondence, teaching files, photographs of Kaufman and works of art, works of art including sketches and weaving samples, and printed material.
Glen Kaufman papers, 1957-2011. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Glen Kaufman (1932- ) is a textile artist who lives and works in Athens, Georgia and Kyoto, Japan.
The collection was donated 2012 and 2015 by Glen Kaufman.
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