Painters -- United States
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Two paintings by Charles C. Horn, a professor in the School of Art and Design at the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (a precursor to RIT).
Drawings created by Edward Sangiacomo. Sangiacomo was a student at the Rochester Institute of Technology in 1948. The collection includes sketches and graphic designs created by Sangiacomo, as well as two textbooks.
Painting of a Pennsylvania locomotive by John C. Wenrich. The son of a locomotive engineer, Wenrich enrolled at the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (RAMI) in 1914, where he studied drawing and design. The collection includes one painting from 1956.
Luvon Sheppard watercolors consists of 5 paintings, most depicting Rochester, New York.
The Mary Faulconer collection consists of client files, scrapbooks, publications, and photographs from American designer Mary Faulconer. Mrs. Faulconer is most known for her design of the Love stamp for the United States Postal Service as well as her work in various magazines in the mid-twentieth century.
Four prints and watercolor painting by artist and illustrator Norman Kent. Kent graduated from RIT in 1925 with a degree in Applied Arts.
Philip Bornarth artwork contains two drawings, painting, and two prints. Bornarth taught drawing and painting at RIT from 1960-1999.