7 February 1989 William Innes Homer Professor Department of Art Histiory University of Delaware Newark, DE 19716 Dear Prof. Homer: Roberta Tarbell recently brought your 1985 talk at the College Art Association meeting to my attention. A pre-doctoral Smithsonian fellow based at the Hirshhorn Museum, I had given a lecture on 'The Subjectivism of Marsden Hartley and Wassily Kandinsky, 1910-1915.' Dr. Tarbell was naturally reminded of your discussion of Hartley's spirituality and felt I would benefit from your ideas regarding Hartley's early encounters at Green Acre. I write presently to a manuscript of your CAA would acknowledge any future. I mention this published. Your paper Before WWI my study a early Amer while cert and while context, particular by German relates to : Oscar Blumner analyzes ... I look forward to hear to share your paper with you Sincerely, Patricia McDonnell Fellow
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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