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Frank Perls Gallery records
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Collection consists of catalogs and publicity material related to exhibitions at the Frank Perls Gallery. Includes catalogs, postcards, posters, announcements, and invitations. Also includes typed book chapters manuscript (1973-74).
Frank Perls was born in Berlin, October 23, 1910; his mother and father were owners of a leading art gallery; came to New York (1937) and became a partner with his brother Klaus Perls in founding Perls Gallery; in 1939, he opened a gallery in Hollywood and later in Beverly Hills; played a role in bringing modern art to Southern California and promoting the area's leading artists; died February 8, 1975.
2.0 Linear Feet (4 boxes)
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