| 11. Russell Aitken Clipping File |
Anyone who frequents the Cinematheque at the CIA should be familiar with Rusell Barnett Aitken. The building's auditorium is named for this Clevelander.
| 12. Redford and Graves |
Hidden in plain sight in the reference collection is George Redford's Art Sales, N8675 .R4 V.1-2. Or if you like long full titles that tell you exactly what something is, Art sales.
| 13. Cuba by Korda |
Newly acquired by the Library is this fascinating book on the Cuban photographer Alberto Korda, titled Cuba by Korda. The images and accompanying text document his transition from studio fashion work to Fidel Castro's official photographer. As evidenced by the cover image, Korda is the
| 14. Viktor Schreckengost |
With sadness we note the passing of Cleveland artist and designer Viktor Schreckengost.
| 15. San Francisco by Brett Weston |
On our recent acquisitions shelf, we have a large, almost folio sized, book of photos by Brett Weston. The collection is vivid, though short. In only ten images, the photographer captures San Francisco from 1935-1939.
| 16. CMA Exhibition History |
The CMA exhibition history maintained by the Archives is new and improved. The history, which used to be a collection of 91 individual web pages arranged by year, is now a searchable database.
| 17. Stickley's Craftsman Homes |
While there are numerous sources on Gustav Stickley in the Ingalls Library collection, the recently acquired
| 18. 30,000 Years of Art...in one book |
One has to admire the heft of this single volume chronology of the history of art, 30,000 Years of Art, currently in Recent Acquisitions.
| 19. The Art of the Garden |
Cleveland Museum of Art Print Club members will be interested in this fascinating new book, The Art of the Garden: Collecting Antique Botanical Prints, by Denise DeLaurentis, available in Recent Acquisitions.
| 20. Diego Rivera: The Complete Murals |
Here in folio, the murals of Rivera present as close to the epic originals as possible. With numerous double page foldouts, detail images from within the paintings, and outline panels labeling the subjects, even a casual fan of the artist will easily become engrossed in Rivera's work.