Oil paintings (visual works)
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
A collection of three oil paintings by artist Alling M. Clements. One painting depicts a seascape with a rowboat in the foreground, one painting is of summer cottagest and The largest painting is titled "Winter Pines," and is a painting of three pine trees in a winter landscape.
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).
Clifford Ulp artwork contains 12 pieces: paintings and drawings, primarily depicting landscapes.
The David and Mary Hoysic collection on Sister Marie-Pierre Semler contains biographical information about the life of RIT alumna Sister Marie Pierre Semler, and information about her artwork. Materials include a brochure, a biographical essay, a timeline, and an exhibit catalog. Also included is a VHS tape about her work.
Collection of 83 paintings and 24 drawings by artist and teacher David Lax. Lax was chair of the art department at Dutchess Community College.
The Eugene Colby collection contains drawings, etchings, oil paintings, and a student desk made by Colby.
Nine oil painted portraits of noted Rochesterarians.
Frans Wildenhain artwork consists of ceramic pieces, a mural, and an oil painting. Wildenhain was on the faculty in the School for American Crafts at RIT from 1950-1970.
The collection consists of 24 paintings illustrating the history methods for illustrating the written word developed between 950 B.C. and the early twentieth century.
Contains four pieces of artwork by Rochester native and artist John C. Menihan. Menihan's artwork can be seen throughout Rochester.