|Creator:||Weyand, Richard W. C., 1905-1956|
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Richard W. C. Weyand (1905-1956), born Richard Conklin Weyand, was the son of Edwin Stanton Weyand (1863-1913) and Wilhelmina Thompson Weyand (1873-1943). He had two sisters, Dorothy Adams Weyand Grether (1897-1982) and Louise Victoria Weyand White (1899-1924), as well as two brothers, Edwin Stanton Weyand (1903-1973) and William Rodgers Weyand (1908-1970). Weyand served in the United States Navy during World War II, 1942-1945. Weyand and Robert Evans Locher (1888-1956), a close friend of artist Charles Demuth, operated an antique store and lived in the former home of Demuth in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 1943-1956.
Charles Demuth (1883-1935) was an American watercolor artist who turned to oils late in his career and developed a modern art movement known as Precisionism.
Gift of Ann Grether Hill, 1988.
Folio 303 is missing.
Correspondence, photographs, and an incomplete catalog raisonné related to the work of artist Charles Demuth, which Richard W. C. Weyand collected and compiled from 1940 to 1955, as well as auction catalogs related to Weyand's estate, 1957-1976. Correspondence in the collection documents artwork created by Demuth and owned by different persons and institutions, while circa 125 photographs document work created by Demuth, circa 1906-1934.
1 folder containing  l. ; 27.9 x 21.6 cm.
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