Resources tagged sketchbooks

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The Art Institute of Chicago's most unique and important artist sketchbooks, manuscripts and rare printed items are now available online. Viewers may page through or zoom in to look closely at the...
A sketchbook by the Chicago artist Alfred Juergens, from the Ryerson and Burnham...
Turning the Pages: Alfred Juergens (1866-1934) Sketchbook, c. 1897
This bold and colorful sketchbook was made by Charles Wilbert White (1918-1979), an African American painter and printmaker. In fact, he started it while he was a student at the School of the Art...
Turning the Pages: Charles White Sketchbook, 1937-42
Christina Ramberg is one of the Chicago Imagists who exhibited in the 1960's and 1970's. Her notebook contains fragments and sketches of costumes and clothing that are referenced in her drawings and...
Turning the Pages: Christina Ramberg (1946–1995), Sketchbook, 1977-1982
Christina Ramberg is one of the Chicago Imagists who exhibited in the 1960's and 1970's. Her notebooks contains fragments and sketches of costumes and clothing that are referenced in her drawings and...
Turning the Pages: Christina Ramberg (American 1946-1995), Sketchbook, about 1976
Ed Flood, born and schooled in Chicago, exhibited in shows in the 1960s such as the Nonplussed Some. His sketchbook reflects his beautifully and obsessively crafted paintings and sculptures, and...
Turning the Pages: Ed Flood (American, 1944-1985), Artist Sketchbook (Regent Sketch-King), 1971-77
This is the only known sketchbook by the French Impressionist painter Gustave Caillebotte, painter of the Art Institute of Chicago's famous...
Turning the Pages: Gustave Caillebotte (1848-1894), Sketchbook, June 1883-September 1886
An untiring chronicler of the Parisian underworld, Henri de Toulouse Lautrec drew prolifically throughout his career, and with great skill from the outset. In fact, he completed his Art Institute...
Turning the Pages: Henri de Toulouse Lautrec (French, 1864-1901), <em>Sketchbook</em>, 1880
Henry Somm (the pseudonym of Francois-Clement Sommier) is best known as an illustrator and caricaturist of late nineteenth-century Paris. Frequenting the same cafés and nightclubs as the...
Turning the Pages: Henry Somm (French, 1844-1907), <em>Sketchbook</em>, c. 1885
This digital reconstruction allows you to page through one of Jacques-Louis David’s sketchbooks; his drawings begin eleven page spreads into the partially-blank book. The sketchbook is one of three...
Turning the Pages: Jacques-Louis David, (French, 1748–1825) Sketchbook, 1809/10
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