Ebria Feinblatt was the founding curator of the prints and drawings department at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art from
1947-1985. The collection contains her research papers for Seventeenth-Century Bolognese Ceiling Decorators and research on
Daumier, along with her personal papers including poems.
Ebria Feinblatt (1913-1990) was the first curator of prints and drawings at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art where she
worked from 1947 to 1985. She studied, collected and wrote on topics ranging from ancient art to German Gothic to modern art,
but she was best known for her studies in Bolognese seventeenth-century quadrature painting. She wrote a number of art books
Drawings in the Collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (1970),
Toulouse-Lautrec and his Contemporaries: Posters of the Belle Epoque from the Wagner Collection (1985),
and Seventeenth-Century Bolognese Ceiling Decorators (1992). Upon her death, her brother Ronn Marvin donated her personal papers and other gifts to LACMA.
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