100 Bleecker Street New York City 10012 September 27, 1977 Dr. William Homer Art History Department University of Delaware Newark, Delaware Dear Dr. Homer, I am a graduate student at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. At present, I am researching as a possible dissertation topic, American Painters in Paris c. 1905-1914, with an emphasis on Fauvism. Some of the painters whose Fauve works interest me are Alfred Maurer, Patrick Bruce, Anne Estelle Rice, Arthur B. Carles and Marguerite Thompson Zorach. The catalogue from the Delaware Art Museum, Avant-Garde; Painting and Sculpture in America 1910-1925 has served me as an indispensable research tool and I am presently reading your book, Alfred Stieglitz and the American Avant-Garde, originally recommended by my advisor, John Rewald. I,thus,thought it appropriate to ask you if you have any information concerning others working in this area, so as to avoid duplication. I would also welcome any suggestions you might have concerning this subject. Thank you for you kind cooperation. Sincerely, Susan Gill
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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