Papers of Rose Graubart Ignatow, artist, poet and author. Materials include correspondence with friends and subjects of her
drawings; letters from her husband, poet David Ignatow; and materials reflecting her career in art. The collection is arranged
in two series: 1) CORRESPONDENCE and 2) MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS.
Rose Graubart Ignatow studied art at Cooper Union and at the Art Students League in New York; attended Philip Evergood's Artist
Equity class; and worked with Jack Levine. She has exhibited paintings and drawings in shows at the Philadelphia Museum of
Art (1951-53), the Flordia Museum (1952), the West Virginia Museum (1953), the Baltimore Museum "Seaport Show" (1954), and
the Jewish Museum in New York. She has also had one-person exhibits at the Tribune Art Gallery (1946), Carlebach Galley (1948),
Morris Gallery (1954), and the Panoras Galley (1966).
2.30 linear feet
(6 archives boxes, 1 oversize folder)
Publication rights are held by the creator of the collection.