Philipp P Fehl Papers


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Finding Aid for Philipp P Fehl Papers, 1996-2002 | The Sousa Archives and Center for American Music

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Collection Overview

Title: Philipp P Fehl Papers, 1996-2002Add to your cart.

ID: 12/3/31

Primary Creator: Fehl, Philipp P. (1920-2000)

Extent: 0.2 cubic feet

Arrangement: Arranged chronologically by date of publication.

Date Acquired: 04/03/2015

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Consists of two books, one written by Fehl and the other written about Fehl.  These books were previously owned by Deloris Holimann and her husband who originally donated them to the University of Illinois Library's Collection Management Services and then were transferred to the University Archives on April 3, 2015 for the Sousa Archives and Center for American Music.

Biographical Note

Philipp P. Fehl was an artist and art historian.  Born in 1920 in Austria, he became a refugee and moved to the United States in 1941.  He became an artist, author, and lecture at several universities, until teaching at the University of Illinois from 1969-1990.  He retired as Professor Emeritus. In 1990, Fehl also initiated the Cicognara Project at the Vatican Library with his wife. Fehl held a number of office and received many awards for his works and writings.

Administrative Information

Repository: The Sousa Archives and Center for American Music

Acquisition Source: Deloris Holiman

Acquisition Method: Gift.

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[Series 1: Publications],

Series 1: PublicationsAdd to your cart.
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Folder 1: Touchstones of Art and Art Criticism: Rubens and the Work of Franciscus Junius -- Philipp P. Fehl, 1996Add to your cart.
Article written by Fehl and published in the Journal of Aesthetic Education, Vol. 30, No. 2, Summer 1996.
Folder 2: Philipp P. Fehl: Art historian and artist, 2002Add to your cart.
Written by Sir Ernst H. Gombrich, Nikolaus Vielmetti, and Hans H. Aurenhammer.  Edited by Richard Bosel.  Edizioni de Luca, Istituto Storici Austriaco di Cultura a Roma.  Written in German and Italian.

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