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October 16, 1959 Dear Mr. Munsing: Answering your letter of October 2nd, we will be pleased to send you all releases on our activities in the contemporary field. Meanwhile you may wish to know that we represent the following: Keith Finch- Los Angeles, California, Robert Helsmoortel- Belgium, Constantine Kermes- Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Jacques Kupfermann- Princeton, New Jersey, Rico Lebrun- Los Angeles, California, Channing Peaks - Lompoc, California, Rudy Pozzatti- Bloomington, Indiana, Catherine Ann Rowley- Cleveland, Ohio, Pat Trivigno- New Orleans, Louisiana, George Vander Sluis- Syracuse, New York, Howard Warshaw- Santa Barbara, California, John Wheat- Stamford, Connecticut, Paul Zimmerman- Hartford, Connecticut and sculptors: Kahlil Gibran- Boston, Massachusetts, Katherine Nash- Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Fred Powell- Long Island, New York. At the moment you may find the enclosed photographs of particular interest. [[underline]]"Buchenwald Pit" [[/underline]] RICO LEBRUN- This painting is currently in the Museum of Modern Art's "New Images of Man" exhibition. [[underline]]"Pieta" [[/underline]] KAHLIL GIBRAN- This is the third of Gibran's major works, measuring 7 feet by 6 feet. [[underline]]"Tomorrow and Tomorrow" [[/underline]] JOHN WHEAT- The painting is at this time being considered for a particular award. Full biographical material on these three artists is attached to the photographs. Yours very truly, Mrs. Theresa D. Parker Contemporary American Department Mr. Stefan P. Munsing United States Information Office American Embassy, London, W.1, England ^[[American Embassy]]
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