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Heyneman (Julie H.) Collection - Pictorial Material
BANC PIC 1963.018-.024  
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BANC PIC 1963.018--B Photographs of portraits painted by Julie Heyneman

Physical Description: 16 photographs


A few of the photographs are by Ansel Adams.

BANC PIC 1963.019--AX Photographs and print reproductions of paintings by John Singer Sargent

Physical Description: 23 items

Scope and Content

Primarily portraits, some dated 1911, 1918.

BANC PIC 1963.020--AX Images of unidentified paintings. approximately 1910?

Physical Description: photographic prints and prints 22 items

Scope and Content

Chiefly portrait reproductions.

BANC PIC 1963.021--ALB John Singer Sargent, Charles Wellington Furse and their Tite Street studios, London between 1892 and 1904

Physical Description: 23 photographs in 1 album

Scope and Content

Snapshots of John Singer Sargent, his studio, models, works in progress, and garden at 31 Tite St., London. Many of the portraits. are duplicates, some of studio may be also. Also present are photographs of artist Charles Wellington Furse and his studio at 33 Tite St.

BANC PIC 1963.022-.023--PIC Photographs of John Singer Sargent's studio.

Physical Description: 25 photographs b&w prints
Physical Description: Also includes approximately 10 negatives (RESTRICTED) that correspond to prints.


See also album, BANC PIC 1963.021--ALB (Some duplicates.) Portraits of J. S. Sargent. (Additional portraits previously added to the Portrait File of The Bancroft Library. See also "Source File" for portrait of Arthur Putnam.)

BANC PIC 1963.024--AX; 1963.024--C Works by or related to sculptor Arthur Putnam, whose biography was written by Heyneman.

Physical Description: 44 items in 7 folders approximately 40 pencil sketches, 2 paintings on paper (gouache and oil?), and 2 photographic prints
Physical Location: Oversize sketches shelved as BANC PIC 1963.024--C.

Scope and Content

Unsigned sketches, chiefly rough or preliminary pencil sketches, often on scratch paper or fragments of sheets. Putnam’s initials or partial signature appear on just one sheet. One work (a dock scene) is signed by E.N. Treadwell. Sketches presumed to be Putnam’s include animal studies, human figures, rough sketches of sculptural or architectural monuments, and a few sketches of small buildings or room interiors. Photographic prints are of animal skulls: a saber tooth tiger and unknown.


Source of attribution unknown, but materials were presumably received with the Heyneman papers grouped as Putnam material.