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Emil Armin Papers

A work made of correspondence, black and white photographic prints, color photographic prints, printed papers, ledgers, a scrapbook, an audiocassette, and an oil painting..

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  • A work made of correspondence, black and white photographic prints, color photographic prints, printed papers, ledgers, a scrapbook, an audiocassette, and an oil painting..

Date:

1929-2018

Artist:

Emil Armin (1883-1971)

About this artwork

Correspondence, photographs, and other materials related to the career of Chicago artist and painter Emil Armin. Armin was active in the Chicago art community as a member of the 57th Street Art Colony in Hyde Park and through exhibitions with the Chicago Society of Artists. He also participated in the WPA’s Federal Art Project and worked as an assistant to the Supervisor of Art for the Illinois Art Project.

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Status

Currently Off View

Department

AIC Archives

Artist

Emil Armin

Title

Emil Armin Papers

Date

Made 1929–2018

Medium

Correspondence, black and white photographic prints, color photographic prints, printed papers, ledgers, a scrapbook, an audiocassette, and an oil painting.

Dimensions

4 portfolios and flatfile materials: H.: 21.4 cm (8 7/16 in.)

Credit Line

Gift of Shirley Tepper Levy, 2003; Barbara K. Schnitzer, 2018.

Reference Number

2002.8

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