Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
“A cabin in the Smokies” (Oil painting by Wiley Oakley).
Color snapshot of painting of reclining nude woman hanging over the bar in the Bistro Restaurant adjacent to the Bijou on Gay Street, Knoxville. Used as a Christmas greeting postcard in December 2002 from Margaret (Grace) Boyd, sent to the McClung Collection. 4x6”.
[Joe] Parrott oil on board painting of the Henley Street Bridge, Knoxville, Tenn. Signed lower right ‘Parrott 80.’
SPC 2017.008 Nicholson Art League photograph of a dramatic presentation of “The Misdemeanors of Nancy,” a first for the League, performed on April 27, 1911. An article ran in the Knoxville Journal on April 28. This is a rare early photograph of an Art League event. Artist Robert L. Mason was in the cast as was Mrs. A. L. Freeman (Susan Branson, Lloyd Branson's sister). About 5x7.75” sepia print glued to glass. 1 pc. Framed paintings on the walls.
Russell Briscoe. Poster for the exhibition of the Russell Briscoe paintings exhibited at the Museum of East Tennessee History
Poster for the exhibition of the Russell Briscoe paintings. Museum of East Tennessee History exhibit “Images of Home and Heritage: 70 Paintings, 190 Years of History, 1 Unique Exhibition” October 19, 2009 through February 7, 2010 1 pc., color Poster shows images of two his paintings + Mr. Briscoe at easel (with a third painting on the easel)
Russell Briscoe “The History of Knoxville” series of illustrated presentations of his paintings (1973-1976).
Russell Briscoe “The History of Knoxville” series of illustrated presentations of his paintings (1973-1976); appears to have been compiled by Jody Ernest
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.
Two studies, both of Ellen McClung Berry and her son, Hugh Berry (she is painting and he has toy boat) (both ornately framed) painted by Eleanor McAdoo Wiley.
This collection documents the Van Deventer, Rhea, Campbell, Cowan, Lynn, and Russell families. The major donors were Martha Rhea Van Deventer and her children: Robert, Laetitia, and Isabella. The collection includes many small artifacts, textiles, manuscripts, photographs, and artwork. Robert Van Deventer’s art is an important part of the collection. 1877 photographs of Island Home in boxes 52-53. A finding aid is available.