Ferdinand Howald, avant-garde collector a loan exhibition from the Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, Ohio, in aid of the National Library for the Blind, 20th June-21st July, 1973. by Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts.

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  • Howald, Ferdinand -- Art collections.,
  • Art, Modern -- 20th century -- Exhibitions.

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ContributionsWildenstein & Co. (London, England), National Library for the Blind (Great Britain)
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LC ClassificationsN6488.G7 L635 1973
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Pagination[63] p.
Number of Pages63
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Open LibraryOL5479019M
LC Control Number73198388

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At the auctions, other collectors—such as Walter Arensberg, Katherine S. Dreier, Goodyear and Ferdinand Howald—grabbed up what Quinn had been the first to find and own.

Man Ray (Emmanuel Radnitzky) was born in Philadelphia on this date, Aug in the year The Ohio State University owns copy number 3 of a limited edition portfolio of Man Ray’s prints, Champs délicieux: album de photographies (). This was a gift of David Howald Shawn, in memory of his great-uncle, Ferdinand Howald.

So did Ferdinand Howald, A. Conger Goodyear, and Mary and Cornelius J. Sullivan. These four became prominent buyers in the s, and they all planned to give their collections to museums. Doubtless the sad fate of Quinn’s possessions further influenced the first wave of collectors to preserve their collections by founding or affiliating with.

After being exposed to the work of the European avant-garde on view in New York, Man Ray decided to travel to Paris, a trip funded by the sale of several paintings to the industrialist Ferdinand Howald.

He remained in Paris for twenty years, until the onset of World War II forced him to flee. (b Rutherford, NJ, 23 Dec ; d Cape Split, ME, 1 Oct ). American painter and printmaker. He attended Stevens Institute in Hoboken, NJ, and worked briefly as an. (Two of these glass paintings are in the collection of the Columbus Museum of Art, part of the bequest of modernist collector Ferdinand Howald.) Further decorative work ensued intermittently: inVernon Kilns reproduced three series of designs drawn by Kent (Moby Dick, Salamina, Our America) on its sets of contemporary china dinnerware.

But there were a few collectors, like Albert C. Barnes of Pennsylvania, Jerome Eddy of Illinois and Ferdinand Howald of Ohio, who amassed sizable collections away from the cultural capitals.

Howald, a self-made coal mining magnate in the New River region of West Virginia, retired in at the age of 50 with a fortune and a deep personal.

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