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The G. Robert Strauss, Jr. Memorial Library > Research The G. Robert Strauss, Jr. Memorial Library The G. Robert Strauss, Jr. The library collects, preserves, and makes available scholarly resources in all formats, which reflect the Gallery’s permanent holdings, with a particularly strong emphasis on modern and contemporary art. The library supports the research needs and educational mission of the Gallery with regard to acquisitions, exhibitions, publications, and cultural programs. Library Hours and AccessSupport the Library Today Sunday April 13 HOURS: 10 am–5 pm Where Albright-Knox Art Gallery 1285 Elmwood Avenue Buffalo, New York 14222 Fees Image Rights & Reproductions If you are interested in reproducing works from the Albright-Knox Art Gallery’s Collection for commercial or educational use, please review our terms and conditions. Appraisals The Gallery is not able to provide appraisals for works of art.
Archives Collection > Research Gallery Archives The Gallery Archives documents the history of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery from its inception in 1862 as The Buffalo Fine Arts Academy to the present day. It contains the official records of the museum and its volunteer organizations, including minutes of the Board of Directors, Annual Reports, departmental files, artists’ correspondence, photographs, drawings, and video and audiotape interviews. The Gallery Archives Collection may be accessed through finding aids. Directorships Listed chronologically by dates of service: Charles M. As first director of the Albright Art Gallery, Charles M. Cornelia Bentley Sage Quinton (1910–1924) [AK2.3] The first female art director of a major art museum in the United States, Cornelia Bentley Sage Quinton developed several pioneering exhibitions at the Albright Art Gallery. William M. William M. Gordon B. Andrew C. Many major permanent Gallery acquisitions and important exhibitions occurred under Andrew C. Edgar C. Gordon M. Gordon M.
Cornelia Bentley Sage Quinton > Archives Collection > Research Table of Contents Collection OverviewInformation for Users Preferred CitationTerms of Access and UseCopyright Administrative Information Acquisition InformationProcessing Information Biographical NoteScope and Content NoteArrangementContainer ListSearch Terms ContributorsSubject Terms Associated Material Separated MaterialRelated Resources Collection Overview Title:Cornelia Bentley Sage Quinton Records, 1908-1930 Collection number:AK2.3 Creator:Sage, Cornelia Bentley Extent:18 manuscript boxes (7.5 linear feet) Language of Material:Collection material in English. Repository:Albright-Knox Art Gallery. Abstract:Records and correspondence of Cornelia Bentley Sage Quinton, director of the Albright Art Gallery from 1910, through 1924, and the first woman director of a major art museum in the United States. Information for Users Preferred Citation[Description and dates], Box/folder number, AK2.3, Cornelia Bentley Sage Quinton Records, 1908-1930, G. Administrative Information Biographical Note Arrangement
Robert T. Buck, Jr. > Archives Collection > Research Table of Contents Collection OverviewInformation for Users Preferred CitationTerms of Access and UseCopyright Administrative Information Acquisition InformationProcessing Information Biographical NoteScope and Content NoteArrangementContainer ListSearch Terms ContributorsSubject Terms Associated Material Separated MaterialRelated Resources Collection Overview Title:Robert T. Collection Number:AK2.9 Creator:Buck, Robert T. Extent:33 boxes (16 linear feet) Language of Material:Collection material in English. Repository:Albright-Knox Art Gallery. Abstract:Administrative records and correspondence of Robert T. Information for Users Preferred Citation[Description and dates], Box/folder number, AK2.9, Robert T. Terms of Access and UseThe Robert T. CopyrightCopyright is held by the Albright-Knox Art Gallery. Administrative Information Acquisition InformationSee Head of Research Resources for acquisition information. Processing InformationCollection processed by: Library Staff Biographical Note Arrangement
Special Collections > Research Special Collections The Special Collections of the Library & Archives at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery consist of more than 700 rare or unique published and unpublished materials relevant to the history and study of modern and contemporary art. Our holdings include: First edition monographs and serialsArt objectsArtists’ booksIllustrated booksArtists’ sound recordingsVideos of oral history interviews with artists These holdings may be discovered through the Library Catalog. Special Ephemera Collection Special Collections also includes the Special Ephemera Collection, which includes various ephemeral items, many of which are exhibition announcements. The Special Ephemera Collection has been inventoried. Natalie and Irving Forman Papers Special Collections also includes the Natalie and Irving Forman Papers, and the Forman Library. Today Tuesday April 15 HOURS: 10 am–5 pm Where Albright-Knox Art Gallery 1285 Elmwood Avenue Buffalo, New York 14222 Fees Image Rights & Reproductions Appraisals
Lesson Plans > Education Lesson Plans The Education team at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery has developed lesson plans that correspond to the Gallery’s Collection and special exhibitions. Lesson plans will be added for future exhibitions and other collection highlights. Introduction to Lesson Plans Browse Lesson Plans Lesson Plans for Collection HighlightsLesson Plans for Current and Upcoming Special Exhibitions Search Lesson Plans Use our new Lesson Plans Search, below, to search for lesson plans by keyword, learning standards and core curriculum areas, grade level, and art period/movement. Today Monday April 7 The Gallery is closed. Where Albright-Knox Art Gallery 1285 Elmwood Avenue Buffalo, New York 14222 Fees New Lesson Plans Search Use our new Lesson Plans Search to help you find the lessons that suit your needs more easily. You can search by keyword, learning standards and core curriculum areas, grade level, and art period/movement. Which works are on view?
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