Research: African Art Exhibition of 1923

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27 Items found.
Item 196
Clipping
1923
1 Page
Unknown
Clipping fragment re Congo exhibition with photo illustration of fabrics by Bushongo people. [Source unknown, possibly May 1923, The Arts]
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Item 91
Clipping
3/23/1923
2 Pages
M.D.C. Crawford, Women's Wear
Clipping from Women's Wear, illustrated with African objects, "Inspiration for Modiste Seen in Vogue of Congo Arts."
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Item 381
Clipping
4/8/1923
1 Page
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Clipping: "Primitive Negro Art at Museum," a notice that mentions the reception and concert that marked the opening of the exhibition, a brief description of the show, and a list of notables attending.
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Item 377
Clipping and Attachment
4/8/1923
1 Page
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Clipping: "Art Announcements, Brooklyn Museum to Show "Primitive Negro Art," and illustration of object entitled, "Man With Sword."
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Item 139
Clipping
4/14/1923
1 Page
Margaret Breuning, New York Post
Clipping: "Primitive Negro Art on Exhibition, Brooklyn Museum Collection Shows Basis for Cubism," a notice of the exhibition with a detailed description of the objects and opinion as to the purpose and success of Culin's efforts.
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Item 138
Clipping
4/14/1923
1 Page
New York Sun
Clipping re the exhibition, "Primitive Negro Art," Stewart Culin; quotes from remarks by Culin.
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Item 136
Clipping
4/14/1923
1 Page
Women's Wear
Clipping: "Cotton Frocks Shown by Bonwit Teller & Co. Related in Design to African Art"; illustrations and text.
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Item 140
Clipping
4/15/1923
2 Pages
New York Times Magazine
Clipping: "African Art at the Brooklyn Museum."
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Item 145
Clipping
4/18/1923
1 Page
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Clipping re opening of the exhibition of "Primitive Negro Art."
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Item 382
Clipping
4/18/1923
1 Page
Brooklyn Times
Clipping: "Art of Bushongo on Exhibit Here," a notice of the exhibition of "Primitive Negro Art" with mention of accompanying paintings by Alice Mumford Culin, describing her, in error, as Culin's daughter.
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Item 383
Clipping
4/18/1923
1 Page
Women's Wear
Clipping: "Design Department, Costumes After Belgian Congo Designs Exhibited," a notice of the exhibition and mention of objects manufactured with African motifs by Edward L. Mayer, Bonwit Teller, Esmond Mills, and Blanck & Co.
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Item 385
Clipping
4/20/1923
2 Pages
W.G. Bowdoin, New York World
Clipping: "Ancient Negro Art Shown at Local Museum."
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Item 384
Clipping
4/21/1923
1 Page
New York Evening Post
Clipping with three objects from the exhibition of "Primitive Negro Art" illustrated and including brief descriptive text.
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Item 387
Clipping
4/22/1923
1 Page
New York American
Clipping: "Primitive Art of Negro at Brooklyn Museum."
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Item 182
Clipping
4/29/1923
1 Page
Delancey W. Fiske, New York Times
Clipping: "Negro Art on View at Brooklyn Show."
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Item 209
Clipping
5/1/1923
4 Pages
Lace and Embroidery Review and Dress Essentials
Clipping: "Textile Designs from Primitive Sources," The Lace and Embroidery Review and Dress Essentials, May 1923.
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Item 388
Clipping
5/3/1923
1 Page
R. F., Christian Science Monitor
Clipping: "African Art at the Brooklyn Museum."
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Item 389
Clipping
5/7/1923
1 Page
Christian Science Monitor
Clipping: "Man's Need of Art From the Beginning," an opinion piece about what can be drawn from the art in the Brooklyn Museum's exhibition of "Primitive Negro Art."
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Item 390
Clipping
5/19/1923
4 Pages
Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine
Clipping: "Newest Fashion Ideas From Darkest Africa's Jungles" with text and images.
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Item 214
Clipping
5/23/1923
2 Pages
W.G. Bowdoin, Evening World
Letterhead and business card attached to a clipping from The Evening World, 05/23/1923, entitled "646 Fine Exhibits By the Salons of America, Now On."
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Item 488
Clipping
7/1/1923
17 Pages
Stewart Culin, Brooklyn Museum
Article: "Negro Art," by Stewart Culin, "Brooklyn Museum Quarterly", vol. X, No. 3, July 1923, pp. 119-132. Describes the intent of the exhibition, "Primitive Negro Art, Chiefly from the Belgian Congo," with background detail about the cultures and objects that were represented.
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Item 391
Clipping
12/1/1923
1 Page
Boston Evening Transcript
Clipping: "Brooklyn Activities, Museum Contains Wealth of Materials Dealing With Racial Origins-Art From the Congo," a brief notice of the exhibition of "Primitive Negro Art."
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Item 274
Clipping, Legal Size
1/1/1924
1 Page
Studio Revue
Publication no. 13, Janvier 1924, Studio Revue, which includes on p. 12 a mention of the exhibition of watercolors by Alice Mumford Culin at the Galerie Paul Guillaume.
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Item 392
Clipping
1/19/1924
1 Page
Women's Wear, Design Department
Clipping: "African Raffia Inspire Designs for New Line of Embroidered Novelties" and illustration: "New Ideas in Embroidered Cottons."
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Item 449
Clipping
10/3/1925
2 Pages
Scholastic
Clipping from The Scholastic, vol. 7, no. 2: "Plans for Using this Issue of the Scholastic in the Classroom." Illustration of "The Carved Door," insert advising students to write to Brooklyn Museum and request a copy of the "Primitive Negro Art" catalogue. Text with brief historical comments about Africa and its exploration.
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Item 761
Catalogue Cover
2/7/1927
1 Page
Theatre Arts Monthly
Catalogue of the exhibition, Theatre Arts Monthly presents The Blondiau-Theatre Arts Collection of Primitive African Art at the New Art Circle 35 West 57th St. New York, N. Y., February 7th to March 5th.
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Item 358
Clipping
2/12/1927
2 Pages
New York Sun
Clipping: "Primitive Negro Art Shown." Review of the showing of the Blondiau-Theatre Arts Collection of Primitive African Art at the New Art Circle.
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