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titleVirginia M. Zabriskie interviews, 1975 May 28-June 6.
locationArchives of American Art
collection titleAn interview of Virginia Zabriskie conducted by Paul Cummings for the Archives of American Art.
extent2 sound tape reels ; 5 in.
formatsSound Recording
accessUse requires an appointment. The quality of this sound recording is very poor, making it difficult to understand what is being said and prohibiting transcription. ACCESS RESTRICTED; written permission required.
record sourcehttp://www.siris.si.edu/
acquisition informationPart of the Archives of American Art Oral History Program, started in 1958.
updated08/07/2018 17:29:49
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titleDealers' choice : panel discussion, 1983 Apr. 27.
locationArchives of American Art
collection titleA panel discussion sponsored by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. The participants speak of their support of modern American painting over a period of many years.

The participants are Terry Dintenfass, Antoinette Kraushaar, Joan Washburn, and Virginia Zabriskie. The event is moderated by Theodore Stebbins and Carol Troyen.

extent1 sound cassette.
formatsSound Recording
accessUntranscribed; use requires an appointment. Authorization to publish, quote or reproduce must be obtained from: Associate Director, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 465 Huntington Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts 02115.
record sourcehttp://www.siris.si.edu/
acquisition informationDonated 1983 by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
updated11/12/2014 11:29:49
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titleDealers' choice : panel discussion, 1983 Apr. 27.
locationArchives of American Art
collection titleA panel discussion sponsored by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. The participants speak of their support of modern American painting over a period of many years.

The participants are Terry Dintenfass, Antoinette Kraushaar, Joan Washburn, and Virginia Zabriskie. The event is moderated by Theodore Stebbins and Carol Troyen.
extent1 sound cassette.
formatsSound Recording
accessContact repository for restrictions and policies.
record sourcehttp://www.siris.si.edu/
acquisition informationDonated 1983 by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
updated11/12/2014 11:30:05
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titleOral history interview with Richard Stankiewicz, 1979 June 26.
locationArchives of American Art
collection titleAn interview of Richard Stankiewicz conducted by Robert Brown for the Archives of American Art.

Stankiewicz speaks of his life since the Archives last interviewed him in the mid-sixties; joining the Zabriskie Gallery; the Loft Living Program and his struggles with city officials; the beginning of the respectability of Modern Art in America; deciding to leave New York City and move to Massachusetts; accepting a teaching position at the University of Albany; his ambivalence about teaching; his comments on photographs being shown to him of his art work over the years; how his ideas develop; how he doesn’t mix his politics and art; an exhibition he did in Australia; and what he is working on right now. He recalls Hans Hofmann, Fairfield Porter, Virginia Zabriskie, Sam Kootz, David Smith, Julio Gonzales, Fernand Léger, and many others.

Bio / His Notes:
Sculptor, educator; Huntington, Mass.

Additional forms:
Transcript available on line at http://www.aaa.si.edu/collections/oralhistories/transcripts/stanki79.htm

Loc. of Assoc. Material:
The Archives of American Art also has interviews, video recordings, and the papers of Richard Stankiewicz.
extentSound recording: 1 sound tape reel ; 5 in. Transcript: 48 p.
formatsSound Recording Transcript Online Transcript
accessranscript available on the Archives of American Art website.
record linkhttp://www.aaa.si.edu/collections/oralhistories/transcripts/stanki79.htm
record sourcehttp://www.siris.si.edu/
acquisition informationThis interview is part of the Archives' Oral History Program, started in 1958 to document the history of the visual arts in the United States, primarily through interviews with artists, historians, dealers, critics and others.
updated11/12/2014 11:30:05
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