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    • Fite with students

    • Sculptors
    • Harvey Fite working with students in Orient Hall, which at that time housed the art and theater departments. Students are identified from left as: Sally Martin, Guy Robinson, and Nancy Levin. Orient was destroyed by fire in April of 1955.
    • Sculpture at Opus 40

    • Sculpture, American--20th century--Exhibitions; Sculpture, American--New York (State)
    • A stone figure kneels on a pedestal. Initially, Harvey Fite conceived of the landscape work as an outdoor sculpture garden to display individual pieces. In the early fifties, however, the landscape emerged as the dominant artwork, and individual...
    • "Flame" at Opus 40

    • Sculpture, American--New York (State); Sculpture, American--20th century
    • Fite's sculpture "Flame" stood at the center of his sculptural landscape prior to Fite's decision to replace this with the enormous uncarved monolith which stands on the site today.
    • Hudson Valley Sculptors

    • Sculpture, American--20th century--Exhibitions; Sculpture, American--New York (State)
    • Photographed in the ground floor gallery at Orient Hall (since destroyed by fire), this photograph depicts an exhibit of work by regional artists.
    • Bard Gallery #2

    • Sculpture, American--20th century--Exhibitions; Sculpture, American--New York (State)
    • Photographed in the ground floor gallery of Orient Hall (since destroyed by fire), this photograph depicts another angle of an exhibit of sculpture by regional artists.
    • Newspaper Article on Opus 40

    • Sculpture, American--20th century
    • Harvey Fite and Opus 40 were the subjects of many articles during Fite's lifetime. This one, from a local paper, summarizes Fite's life and career as he balanced his time between Bard and Opus 40.
    • Harvey Fite  exhibit poster, 1969

    • Sculpture, American--20th century; Sculpture--Exhibitions
    • This poster advertises an exhibit of Harvey Fite's work held at Procter Art Center June 19-25, 1969. The show's opening was scheduled to coincide with a retirement party held in Fite's honor. In this aerial photograph, the full outline of Opus 40...
    • The Fite Colossus; aka Opus 40

    • Sculpture, American--New York (State)
    • This short silent film was shot in 1965 during a fourth of July visit to Opus 40 by Dean Tonkin. Featured are his wife Babe, friend Jon, and Dean as they stroll around and explore the sculptural landscape of Opus 40.
    • Stefan Hirsch in his studio

    • Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)--Bard College; Artists' studios
    • Shown here at work in his studio, Stefan Hirsch was one of a number of emigre intellectuals at Bard who enriched the curriculum in the 1930s and 1940s, and provided a sound basis for the 'progressive' label that had come to be associated with a...
    • Stefan Hirsch at work

    • Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)--Bard College; Artists' studios
    • Another image of Stefan Hirsch at work in his studio. Hirsch was one of a number of emigre intellectuals at Bard who enriched the curriculum in the 1930s and 1940s, and provided a sound basis for the 'progressive' label that had come to be...
    • Sculpture at Proctor

    • Sculpture, American--20th century;
    • Student Mark Rosenstein '70 assembling his moderation project at Proctor Art Center.
    • Della Francesca Postcard

    • Art--Reproduction; Souvenirs (Keepsakes)--Italy; San Francesco (Church : Arezzo, Italy)
    • Postcard reproduction of "La Regina di Saba in Adorazione" by Piero della Francesca (c. 1416-1492) located in La Chiesa di San Francesco in Arezzo, Italy. Found in Hannah Arendt's book "Piero della Francesca" by Luisa Marzoli Feslikenian.
    • Rhinebeck Post Office: Incidents Connected with "Ferncliff"

    • Rhinebeck (N.Y.)--Buildings, structures, etc.; Rhinebeck (N.Y. : Town); Local history--New York (State); Village communities; Mary Powell (Ship)
    • "Incidents connected with "Ferncliff." It was bought by William Astor in 1858, the present house being built in 1860 from plans by Griffith Thomas. The grounds were laid out by Charles Augustus Ehlers and his son Louis, who is seen above the bridge...

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