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Letters from and material on Curt Valentin and Eugene Berman; and photographs of artists and others.<br /> REEL 1617: 67 photographs of artists, 1940-1970, collected by Sabersky, including photos of Sabersky, Perry Rathbone, Curt Valentin, Jean Arp, Alexander Calder, Harry Grier, Karl Kup, Henry Moore, Mies Van der Rohe, Andrew Ritchie, David Smith, Marion Willard, Max Beckmann, Hedda Sterne, Haus Sur, Mary Callery, Quappi Kaulbach, Peter Humphries, Dan Johnson, Marini, Sert.<br /> REEL 3471: Nineteen letters from Eugene Berman, 1965-1970, and 1 letter from Leonid Berman, 1972 Dec. 28, thanking her for her letter of sympathy on Eugene's death. Eugene writes lengthy letters about such matters as: his feelings about breaking with Knoedler Gallery and where to go next; the relationship between the gallery and the artists; arrangements for exhibitions of his work; the works of Christian Berard; the proposed Neoromantic exhibition at Princeton; personal matters; requests for her assistance in various matters; and his unsuccessful show at Larcada Gallery. He refers to Joseph Kelleher, Robert Tobin, Nathan Cummings, Frank Lloyd and Harry Brooks.<br /> REEL 3589: 35 letters from Curt Valentin; 9 drawings by Valentin; letters of condolence sent to Sabersky upon Valentin's death; typescripts of Sabersky's memorial tribute to Valentin, 1954; 10 handwritten poems written by Josef Albers; and letters from Alexander Calder, Henry Dreyfuss, Karl Kup, Constantino Nivola, Erwin Panofsky, and Saul Steinberg.
Jane Sabersky papers, 1940-1972. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
35mm microfilm reels 1617, 3471 and 3589 available at Archives of American Art offices and through interlibrary loan.
Art historian, curator, and writer.
Donated 1974-1981 by Sabersky.
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