- Title: Garo Z. Antreasian Photograph Collection
- Creator: Antreasian, Garo Z., 1922-
- Date: 1956-1987
- Collection Number: PICT 000-502
- Size: 2 boxes (328 photographic prints ; 8 x 10 in. or smaller ; Slides ; 2 x 2 in.)
- Repository: University of New Mexico Center for Southwest Research
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- Scope and Content: The photographs in this collection were collected by U.N.M. Department of Art and Art History Professor Emeritus Garo Antreasian. The photographs document events and works of art from Antreasian's career as an artist and educator. Also included are photographs which illustrate printing and fine arts print shops including the Tamarind Lithography Workshop (Los Angeles) and a workshop jointly administered by Tamarind and the Herron School of Art (Indianapolis). Several prints are reproduced in The Tamarind Book of Lithography.
- Access Terms:
- Antreasian, Garo Z., 1922-
- University of New Mexico. Dept. of Art and Art History
- Herron School of Art
- Tamarind Lithography Workshop
- Indianapolis (Ind.)
- Prints -- Technique
- Lithography -- 20th century -- United States
- Art -- Study and teaching
- Artists' materials
- Printing presses
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