American Art Review month and year:February 97
author(s):Joan Elliott Price
title of American Art Review article: "Vinnie Ream Hoxie: The Early Sculptures"
for use in reprinting of underlying essays
dates of exhibit: 199
title of exhibit:
museum library phone:
copyright owner(s) of catalogue text:
recovery matrix composite score: 1
From: John Hazeltine
Date: Fri Jan 18, 2008 1:31:41 PM US/Pacific
To: "Shana Herb Johannessen" <shana...
Subject: Joan Elliot Price and Percy North
Attachments: There are 3 attachments
It's really frustrating when an author can't be found. I found a web page for Vinnie Ream. <http://vinnieream.com/> Maybe the owner of the site knows of the whereabouts of Joan Elliot Price. Maybe she goes now by another name -- Joan Elliott? The Art History staff at the U of Texas campus where she worked might know where she is.
Regarding the Percy North article adapted from the 26-page exhibition catalogue, Beacon Hill Fine Art could be the owner as it was the exhibit organizer - or the author, or both. We have had good luck with smaller art dealers and galleries. I previously overlooked the mention of the catalogue and the note at the end of the article that it is an adaptation. Yes, it would be best to reprint the catalogue essay as first choice.
On Friday, January 18, 2008, at 09:52 AM, Shana Herb Johannessen wrote:
I wanted to let you know that I compared these two articles and they are different. Both give an overview of Dudley's life/career, but there is enough different information in each to warrent publishing both.
Just fyi, I'm nearly done with my research into whereabouts and contacts. I can't locate Joan Elliot Price at all. Perhaps she's retired.
I noticed that the Percy North article is adapted from a 26-page exhibition catalogue. Is there some reason you didn't specify for me to pursue the catalogue? I saw your note about the other Gutmann catalogue, also authored by North and published by a commerical press, but that one is 192 pages, so I feel certain they must be unique publications. Let me know.
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