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  • About "Mitzi Melnicoff: Children's Hour"

    further correction: mitzi was married to jean's husband's ( sallie's father's) cousin, david melnicoff. now i'm no longer sure of what i said i was sure of before, but jean is pictured at upper right, sallie at upper left. they n some of sallie's sisters also appear in

    david nova
  • About "Mitzi Melnicoff: Children's Hour"

    correction: since mitzi was born miriam goldman, it seems more likely that edward was her brother-in-law. all i know for sure is that jean and edward's first daughter sallie referred to mitzi as her aunt.

    david nova
  • About "Mitzi Melnicoff: Children's Hour"

    subjects are mitzi's sister-in-law jean and 5 of the 7 daughters of jean and edward melnicoff, mitzi's brother.

    david nova
  • About "Mary Townsend Mason : The Seagull and the Trailing Yew"

    I worked at the Trailing a Yew in the summer of 1962 to earn money to go to college. I would love a print of this picture. Are there any?

    Diane Mudano
  • About "Razel Kapustin: The Beasts of War"

    Razel Kapustin was a friend of my in-laws during the 1940-50's. I have 3 of her paintings and have always wanted to know more about the artist, but have found very little documentation about a woman who had to be a major contributor to the Phila art world. I just read about the show you had fo

    Mary Gustow
  • About "Frederic Edwin Church : Sunset in the Berkshire Hills (Massachusetts)"

    I felt totally drawn into landscape by the captured beauty of the sky light. This painting is very powerful in the expression of great sensitivity to and love of nature...the good earth.

    Patricia A. Avallone