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Jaques, Francis Lee, 1887-1969

 Person

Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:

Francis Lee Jaques photographic slides of paintings

 Collection
Identifier: PSC 89D
Scope and Contents Slides of paintings shown in the temporary exhibition Francis Lee Jaques: Artist and Naturalist, held at the American Museum of Natural History, September 1983-January 1984. Paintings include "Golden Twilight: Baldpates" "Egrets in Cypress Swamp" "The Road West" "Morrissey and Glaucous Gulls" "Wings Across the Sky" "Caribou on Ice" "Eiders Offshore" "The Old West Passes" and others. The exhibition was organized by the James Ford Bell Museum of Natural History, University of Minnesota,...
Dates: undated

Gull from Bering Island Group.

 Item
Identifier: Art Survey No. 1195

Francis Lee Jaques field diaries and sketchbooks

 Collection
Identifier: Mss .J37
Summary Francis Lee Jaques (28 September 1887-24 July 1969), also known as Lee Jaques, is celebrated for his diorama paintings at the American Museum of Natural History, executed during the early and mid-twentieth century. A frequent collaborator with Museum curator and ornithologist Frank M. Chapman (1864-1945), the artist is especially associated with the Whitney Memorial Hall of Pacific Bird Life (that was co-designed with Robert Cushman Murphy, Museum curator and ornithologist). This collection...
Dates: 1925-1935

Mountain Buzzard / "F.L.J."

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Identifier: Art Survey No. 1198