155 results found for: genres:"Color prints (photographs)"

Gallery view

1965

Isear, Robert

Joseph Langland standing indoors, working with man at piano

Standing next to an unidentified pipe-smoking man who is seated at a piano and looking at paperwork together.

University Photograph Collection

1979

Luxuriation: Richard Jones holding dancer

Amherst (Mass.) - From a series of photographs depicting a possible rehearsal and performance of "Luxuriation."

Richard Jones Papers

1986

AmDans Theatre: backstage, dancer wearing 'University Dancers' sweatshirt

Amherst (Mass.) - From a series of photographs depicting dancers preparing for a performance

Richard Jones Papers

1960

Marshall O. Lanphear

Snapshot sitting and reading in a greenhouse, surround by flowers.

University Photograph Collection

1976

Neuf

Massachusetts - From a series of photographs depicting a performance of Neuf.

Richard Jones Papers

1976

Oedipus's lament: Richard Jones

Massachusetts - From a series of photographs depicting a performance of Oedipus's Lament.

Richard Jones Papers

1976

Neuf: Richard Jones at right

Massachusetts - From a series of photographs depicting a performance of Neuf.

Richard Jones Papers

1976

Oedipus's lament: Richard Jones

Massachusetts - From a series of photographs depicting a performance of Oedipus's Lament.

Richard Jones Papers

1981

Adeline E. Hicks

Adeline E. Hicks is shown standing outdoors, in Tucson, Arizona, 1981, and is 92 years old. Adeline Hicks was the Founder of the Women's Physical Education Program at Massachusetts Agricultural College and an early proponent of modern dance. She resigned in 1937 after 20 years of service, and in 1949 she retired to Arizona with her husband, Curry S. Hicks, where she bec... more

University Photograph Collection

1984

Edna Skinner

Photograph of a painting of Skinner, apparently based upon a photograph (RG120-0001642). Written on back of print: "Portrait by Eleanor Johnson, Amherst artist. Hung in Skinner Hall May 1984."

University Photograph Collection