WESTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY Professor William Innes Homer Department of Art History University of Delaware Newark, Delaware 19711 March 25, 1991 Dear Professor Homer: I have been working on the American painter Arnold Friedman for the last couple of years and will present a paper on him at the next meeting of the Midwest Art History Society in Lawrence, Kansas in early April. In addition, I am completing the draft of a manuscript of about 11,300 words and 144 illustrations which I think would make a good catalogue essay for an exhibition on Friedman. I am now putting together a list of works for an exhibition proposal which will contain about fifty-five paintings and about twenty draw¬ ings. Peter Morrin of the Speed Museum in Louisville has suggested I write to you for advice about what museums might be best approached about such an exhibition. Do you have any suggestions about whom to write? With best regards. Sincerely, Michael Klein Associate Professor P.S. Incidentally, I'm the same Michael Klein who has written on John Covert. The Spirit Makes the Master
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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