Peter S. Vogt papers relating to Maine artists, 1972-2007
Vogt, Peter S., 1941-
Collins, John Ireland
Saunders, F. Wenderoth
Berry, Carroll Thayer
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Papers concerning Maine artists William Baldwin, John Ireland Collins, Ron Cross, Francis Wenderoth Saunders, Carroll Thayer Berry, Bernard Langlais, and Clare Leighton including transcripts of interviews conducted by Vogt in 2003 of painter William Baldwin and of Paula Collins, concerning her late husband painter John Ireland Collins; correspondence with John Ireland Collins, Langlais, Saunders, Leighton, Cross, and others; résumés; contact sheets, 35mm negatives, and photographs taken by Vogt of the artists and their works of art; watercolors and prints by Saunders; price lists and sale receipts; clippings and other printed material; and miscellany. There is also a file concerning the exhibition "Three Realists from Maine" [William Baldwin, John Ireland Collins, and Francis Wenderoth Saunders] organized by Vogt at Capricorn Galleries in Bethesda, Maryland, June 6-29, 1980, including correspondence, price lists, printed material, statements, notes, and miscellany
Peter S. Vogt papers relating to Maine artists, 1972-2007. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Peter S. Vogt (1941- ) is a filmmaker and photographer living in Cabin John, Maryland. Vogt spent many summers in Maine and became friends with many Maine artists. He photographed the artists working and their artworks, interviewed them, and collected material on them.
Donated 2013 by Peter S. Vogt.
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