Frederick Meyer sculpture
Scope and Contents
Meyer's sculpture consists of three bronze pieces:
- circa 1982
- Meyer, Fred (Frederick Robert) (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open to researchers.
Biographical / Historical
Called RIT’s “renaissance man” by one of his colleagues, Fred Meyer was on the faculty at RIT for 35 years. His initial appointment, in 1950, was with the School for American Crafts, and he later served as assistant to the dean for graduate affairs. In addition to painting, sculpting and illustrating, Meyer was also known as an author, playwright, cinematographer, and art historian.
3 Item(s) (3 Bronze sculptures)
Sculptures by RIT faculty member Frederick Meyer. Meyer was on the faculty at RIT for 35 years.
Collection consists of three pieces of sculpture.
Building 99 [all three pieces]
RIT Art Collection
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Man and Woman was gifted to RIT by the Meyer estate.
- Frederick Meyer at Art on Campus, Rochester Institute of Technology.
- Additional description and images of artist work in View It! The Art and Architecture of RIT. By David Pankow, Becky Simmons, Houghton Wetherald. Rochester, NY: Cary Graphic Arts Press, 2004.
Sculpture sizes vary: 40 x 66 inches to 6 x 3 feet.
Finding aid created by Amy Vilz in September 2011.
- Frederick Meyer sculpture
- RIT Art Collection
- Amy Vilz
- 05 September 2011
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