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Wiborg, Mary Hoyt, -1964

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role Collector Patron Scholar/Critic/Expert
dates 1888-1964
city Paris
other citiesNew York, NY; Cincinnati, OH; East Hampton, NY;
countryFrance
gender F
historical notes Mary "Hoytie" Hoyt Wiborg was an art patron, collector, critic, amateur playwright, and served as a nurse in WWI.

Hoytie, as she was called, purchased modern European and American paintings and her collection included work by, among others, Giorgio de Chirico, Pablo Picasso, Fernand LĂ©ger, Maurice de Vlaminck, Madeleine Luka, Cecil Beaton, and Leon Bakst.

Wiborg was the daughter of Cincinnati manufacturer Frank Bestow Wiborg, 1855-1930, of Ault and Wiborg Ink Co.); and sister to Sara Murphy, 1883 – 1975, (socialite and wife of Gerald Murphy, 1888 – 1964).

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1920-1930
1930-1940
1940-1950
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Jerome Robbins Dance Division Invitation, [1927?] June 22, [London] to Sergei Dyagilev [London.
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The Museum of Modern Art The Paul Rosenberg Archives, 1905-2000 see details...
The Museum of Modern Art Early Museum History: Administrative Records. 1930-1950. see details...
The Brooklyn Museum Libraries and Archives Guide to the Records of the Departments of European Painting and Sculpture, American Painting and Sculpture, Contemporary Art 1897 - 2005 see details...