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Ian S. Holbourn Papers and Manuscripts

Overview

Scope and Contents

Biographical Note

Administrative Information

Detailed Description

Art and Citizenship

Medieval Sculpture

Renaissance Art and Civilization

The Several Arts and Their Classification

The Renaissance and Its Art, I

Medieval Theory of Art and Beauty, 1933

The Problem of Practical Reform

Beauty and Civilization

Byzantine History

Art in Daily Life, I

The Liberal Arts College and its Place in American Education, 1926



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Ian S. Holbourn Papers and Manuscripts, circa 1920-circa 1930 | Carleton College Archives

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Collection Overview

Title: Ian S. Holbourn Papers and Manuscripts, circa 1920-circa 1930 Add to your list.

ID: 03/157

Primary Creator: Stoughton Holborn, I. B. (Ian Bernard) (1872-1935)

Extent: 1.0 Object. More info below.

Arrangement: Arranged files

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Typescript and manuscript lectures on a wide variety of art subjects, most with the common thread of art and society.  Holbourn was Professor of Art at Carleton 1920-36; most but not all of the lectures in this collection were used in his Carleton courses.

Biographical Note

Professor of Art at Carleton 1920-1935

Administrative Information

Repository: Carleton College Archives

Alternate Extent Statement: .5 cu. ft. or less

Acquisition Method: Unknown donor; material is typscript and ms copies of course and extracurricular lectures on Art.

Appraisal Information: Value Code: 3

Processing Information: LOCATION CHECKED


Detailed Description


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[Series 1: Art and Citizenship],
[Series 2: Medieval Sculpture],
[Series 3: Renaissance Art and Civilization],
[Series 4: The Several Arts and Their Classification],
[Series 5: The Renaissance and Its Art, I],
[Series 6: Medieval Theory of Art and Beauty, 1933],
[Series 7: The Problem of Practical Reform],
[Series 8: Beauty and Civilization],
[Series 9: Byzantine History],
[Series 10: Art in Daily Life, I],
[Series 11: The Liberal Arts College and its Place in American Education, 1926],
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Series 1: Art and CitizenshipAdd to your list.
Series 2: Medieval SculptureAdd to your list.
Series 3: Renaissance Art and CivilizationAdd to your list.
Series 4: The Several Arts and Their ClassificationAdd to your list.
Sub-Series 1: Sculpture, 1928Add to your list.
Sub-Series 2: Significance of Sculpture and Painting, 1926Add to your list.
Series 5: The Renaissance and Its Art, IAdd to your list.
Series 6: Medieval Theory of Art and Beauty, 1933Add to your list.
Series 7: The Problem of Practical ReformAdd to your list.
Series 8: Beauty and CivilizationAdd to your list.
Series 9: Byzantine HistoryAdd to your list.
Series 10: Art in Daily Life, IAdd to your list.
Series 11: The Liberal Arts College and its Place in American Education, 1926Add to your list.
Subtitle: with specific reference to the work of the Art Department


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