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Art and artists

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:

Slides from talks on East Tennessee artists, Catherine Wiley, Custom House and renovations, and paintings owned by the Tennessee State Museum

Identifier: PC 0058
Scope and Contents 1. Catherine Wiley slide show (51 slides, 3 sheets) 2. Catherine Wiley (1962 slides of paintings) 3. Catherine Wiley (June 1986 slides of paintings) (pre-restoration slides) 4. Knoxville and East Tennessee Artists (slide show) (76 slides) (list, some slides missing) 5. Knoxville Museum of Art exhibit, “A Gilded Age, Knoxville Artists, 1875-1925” SC co-curator, David Babelay, took slides with permission of KMA Jan. 1996 as exhibit closed 6. Copy slides of paintings from the Tennessee State...
Dates: 1962-1996

Sycamore Shoals pamphlet

Identifier: Ephemera 2020.003
Scope and Contents

An informative pamphlet about a 3’6” x 6’8” painting by Lloyd Branson titled “Sycamore Shoals” The painting depicts the departure on October 1, 1780 of the militia heading to King’s Mountain. A photo of the painting along with a description of its history is inside.

Dates: 1915

"The Harvesters"

Identifier: Artwork 2022.005
Scope and Contents

Jonesborough, Tenn. watercolor landscape painting on cardstock, depicting various figures and animals harvesting a crop of wheat and engaging in various activities. Titled "THE HARVESTERS" in lower middle Signed Elizabeth E. George (lower left) "Jonesboro F. Academy Feb. 1838-9" (lower right)

Dates: 1838 - 1839

Three small paintings of the Great Smoky Mountains by Margaret Nine (1930- 2007) of Knoxville.

Identifier: Artifact 2013.007
Scope and Contents

Three small paintings of the Great Smoky Mountains by Margaret Nine (1930- 2007) of Knoxville. Two of the Chimneys; one of the view from Morton Overlook. Ms. Nine was a Fellow of the National Association of Miniature Artisans and a member of the National Association of Miniature Enthusiasts. Her husband, Arthur DeForrest Nine, preceded her in death. Both are buried in Highland Cemetery, Knoxville.

Dates: undated

Walburn/Clark Collection. (Gift of Keith and Karen Bryan)

Identifier: MSC 0402
Scope and Contents Oil portrait of Rand Walburn (d. 1919) Knoxville artist from 1905 until his death. Rand Walburn was married to Bertha Roth Walburn (later Mrs. Harold Clark) founder of the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra. Folder contains newspaper clipping (undated) from art exhibit in Knoxville including work by Walburn. Three photographs plus one larger faded photograph of W. S. Barber and Walburn in Barber’s studio while the portrait was being painted. Small watercolor of mountains with name (Robert M?) on...
Dates: 1914 - 1945