Just look at those faces. Why can’t it be #nationaldogday everyday?
Lowell Nesbitt sitting with his dogs in front of his artwork, 1979 / Jack Mitchell, photographer. Lowell Nesbitt papers, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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“I was oriented toward the love of the art, the love of the piece, the love of the color, the love of the balance in a painting or in a piece of sculpture, a hunk of jewelry, or a piece of ceramics; love, not investment.”
-Peggy deSalle, founder of the Little Gallery
From an interview of Peggy deSalle conducted 1975 Jan. 27-Jul. 16, by Dennis Barrie, for the Archives of American Art.
Have you used your passport this summer? These artists’ passports found in the Archives, have got us itching to travel before fall sets in, and also reveal something of the holder.
Guy Pène Du Bois and Dorothy Liebes were both quite fashionable, as evidenced by their passport photos (something we can only aspire to after a long haul flight). Jackson Pollock’s passport tells us he was missing part of his right index finger.