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Montoya, Emmanuel C. (Emmanuel Catarino) [Photographs from the Emmanuel C. Montoya collection of Dudley C. Carter].
BANC PIC 2016.112--PIC box 1; BANC PIC 2016.112--AX; BANC PIC 2016.112--B; BANC PIC 19xx.031:215--OBJ; ...
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Title:

[Photographs from the Emmanuel C. Montoya collection of Dudley C. Carter]

Creator/Contributor:

Montoya, Emmanuel C. (Emmanuel Catarino), creator, creator.

Abstract:

Chiefly slides, descriptive notes by Montoya and related reports documenting the relocation, restoration and installation of two sculptures by Carter, "Ram" and "Goddess of the forest", at City College of San Francisco (PIC box 1). "Ram" was relocated from one area of the CCSF campus to another in 1983. "Goddess" was relocated from Golden Gate Park to CCSF in 1986. Both projects occurred while Montoya was a student at CCSF. Also includes photographic prints depicting other works by Carter (PIC box 1); slides depicting the 1983 CCSF exhibition "Art and architecture: the marriage of true minds" pertaining to the sculpture, architecture and mural art at CCSF created by Carter, San Francisco architect Timothy Pflueger and Mexican muralist Diego Rivera (PIC box 1); original portrait drawings of Carter by Montoya (AX folder 1) and original linocut prints by Montoya based on those drawings (AX folder 2 and B folder 1); photographic prints depicting Carter and artist Emmy Lou Packard posing with a book on Rivera , and Carter, Montoya and CCSF art instructor Phil Pasquini posing before Rivera's mural "Pan-American Unity" at CCSF which includes a depiction of Carter (AX folder 3); a photographic print depicting Carter, Pflueger, Rivera, art collector Edward G. Robinson and art critic Ottorino Rhonchi posing before Carter's "Ram" sculpture at the 1939 Golden Gate International Exposition (AX folder 4). Also includes a plaster cast of Carter's hand holding an axe (OBJ carton 1).

Date:

1940 (issued)

Subject:

n-us-ca
Montoya, Emmanuel C. (Emmanuel Catarino) -- Archives
Carter, Dudley -- Pictorial works
Rivera, Diego -- 1886-1957 -- Photographs
Packard, Emmy Lou -- 1914-1998 -- Photographs
City College of San Francisco -- Pictorial works
Golden Gate International Exposition (1939-1940 : San Francisco, Calif.) -- Photographs
Wood sculpture -- Conservation and restoration -- California -- San Francisco -- Photographs
Sculpture -- California -- San Francisco -- Photographs

Note:

Title devised by cataloger.
Collected by Emmanuel C. Montoya.
Also includes drawings, linocut prints, miscellaneous papers, a brass figurine and a plaster cast.
Small brass figurine "C.C.S.F. Ram" shelved in Historical Objects Miscellany as BANC PIC 19xx.031:215--OBJ (in Carton 15).
COLLECTION STORED, IN PART, OFF-SITE: Advance notice required for use.
OBJECTS (plaster cast and figurine) RESTRICTED : Use only by permission of the appropriate curator. Inquiries concerning these materials should be submitted to The Bancroft Library via the Application for Access to Restricted Materials form.
Photographs from the Emmanuel C. Montoya collection of Dudley C. Carter, BANC PIC 2016.112, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Purchase; from Margolis & Moss; 2016.
Dudley C. Carter (1891-1992) was born in New Westminster, Canada to pioneer parents; influenced during youth by totem pole carvings of Kwakiutl and Tlingit tribes of Pacific Northwest; moved to Washington State in 1928; participated in "Art in Action" program of Golden Gate International Exposition in 1940, where he befriended Diego Rivera and where he carved both "Ram" and "Goddess of the forest"; appointed artist-in-residence for King County Parks in 1987 and was active until the end of his life.
Emmanuel C. Montoya was born in Corpus Christi, Texas in 1952; of Lipan Apache and Mexican heritage; influenced by printmakers and muralists of Latin America, the Works Progress Administration's Federal Art Project and the Chicano Movement; studied at City College of San Francisco and San Francisco State University.
Transferred from the Emmanuel C. Montoya collection of Dudley C. Carter (BANC MSS 2016/204).

Type:

graphic
Slides, color.
Sculpture.

Physical Description:

slide
approximately 135 photographs in 1 box and 5 oversize folders : chiefly color transparencies ; film width 35mm (slide format)

Language:

English

Identifier:

http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/libraries/bancroft-library/restricted-materials-form
BANC PIC 2016.112--PIC box 1
BANC PIC 2016.112--AX
BANC PIC 2016.112--B
BANC PIC 19xx.031:215--OBJ
BANC PIC 2016.112--OBJ carton 1
BANC PIC 2016.112
BANC PIC 2016.112

Origin:

California

Copyright Note:

Small brass figurine "C.C.S.F. Ram" shelved in Historical Objects Miscellany as BANC PIC 19xx.031:215--OBJ (in Carton 15).
COLLECTION STORED, IN PART, OFF-SITE: Advance notice required for use.
OBJECTS (plaster cast and figurine) RESTRICTED : Use only by permission of the appropriate curator. Inquiries concerning these materials should be submitted to The Bancroft Library via the Application for Access to Restricted Materials form.

Related Item:

Photographs from the Emmanuel C. Montoya collection of Dudley C. Carter : Montoya, Emmanuel C. (Emmanuel Catarino).
http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/libraries/bancroft-library/restricted-materials-form