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Guide to the Papers of Trude Guermonprez, 1947-1976
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Description
Contains biographical material, writings and speeches, correspondence, photographs of the artist and her work, workshop and seminar notes documenting the professional career of Trude Guermonprez as an artist and art educator.
Background
Trude Guermonprez was born Gertrud Jalowetz in 1910 to Austrian parents in Danzig, Germany. Both parents were involved in the arts and Guermonprez described her childhood home as a place where all forms of art were an integral part of life. Information for the biography and chronology of Trude Guermonprez was drawn from the publication, The Tapestries of Trude Guermonprez, published by the Oakland Museum of California in 1982. Additional information was provided by Guermonprez's vitae and writings.
Extent
1.67 linear feet (3 boxes)
Restrictions
All requests for permission to publish or reproduce this material must be submitted in writing to Rights and Reproductions, Oakland Museum of California. If granted, permission for publication is given on behalf of the Oakland Museum as the owner of the physical items, and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained.
Availability
The records are open for research with no restrictions under the conditions of the museum's access policy. Appointments may be made by calling (510) 238-3005.