The Rex Evans Gallery opened as a partnership by Rex Evans and Jim Weatherford in Los Angeles (1960). The gallery primarily
featured works in smaller media of drawings and water-colors. The gallery closed in 1972. The collection documents the La
Cienega art scene and the artists whose work was featured at the Rex Evans Gallery. The collection consists of more than 650
photographs and negatives of works sold or shown at the gallery, printed announcements of shows, clippings of reviews, and
correspondence with various galleries, scholars, and patrons related to the identification, authentication, and pricing of
Gallery opened as a partnership by Rex Evans and Jim Weatherford at 748 1/2 North La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles in 1960; during
the gallery's years of operation, La Cienega Blvd. became an art center, known for Monday night art walks; the gallery primarily
featured works in smaller media of drawings and water-colors; Evans died in 1969, and the gallery closed in 1972.
9 boxes (4.5 linear ft.)
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