LORSER FEITELSON 8307 West Third Street Los Angeles, California 90048 Jime 14, 1974 Dr. William I. Homer Department of 4rt History University of Delaware Newark, DE 19711 Dear Dr. Homer : This is to acknowledge your letter of June 10th concerning your plan for an exhibition and catalogue of early modern art in America, 1910-1925. I am enclosing the catalogue of my 1978 Retrospective exhibition at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Galleries, which may contain some material of interest to you. I believe this catalogue, and the articles listed below, may answer your questions about my early involvement with modern art developments. Two articles on my art career have appeared in ART INTERNATiONAL : Vol. VII, no. 7, Sept. 1963, by Jules Langsner Vol. XIV, no. 5, May 1970, by Henry Seldis I still own most of my early paintings. There are two in the Hirshhorn Gollection, and a large 1922 'Neoclassic' painting in the Brooklyn Museum Collection, There are a number of others that I have lost track of. Should you wish to have photographs of the early work I'll be glad to send them to you. Sincerely,
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
Georgia O'Keeffe Museum
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