Stanley Gordon oil portraits
Scope and Contents
Stanley Gordon oil portraits depict RIT-related people. They are:
Ralph H. Avery, undated. Faculty Margaret Davis, undated. Benefactor Frank E. Gannett (standing), undated. Benefactor Frank E. Gannett (seated), 1958. Benefactor Eleanor Gleason, undated. First librarian of the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute
James E. Gleason, undated. Trustee: 1899-1964 Kate Gleason, undated. Benefactor Paul A. Miller, 1983. President: 1969-1979 M. Richard Rose, 1991. President: 1979-1992 Albert J. Simone, 2000. President: 1992-2007 Clarence Smith, undated. Benefactor
- circa 1958-2000
- Gordon, Stanley (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open to researchers.
Biographical / Historical
Local artist Stanley Gordon is known for his portraits of well-known figures, as well as Rochester personalities. A portrait of Jimmy Carter resides in Carter's library in Atlanta. Gordon has also painted the portraits of three RIT presidents. He sketched soldiers during World War II, then returned home to practice his craft and teach. His most famous work, a portrait of Jesus Christ, has been widely reproduced.
11 Item(s) (11 Oil paintings)
Stanley Gordon portraits contains 11 oil portraits of RIT related people.
Collection consists of 11 paintings.
RIT Art Collection
- Stanley Gordon at Art on Campus, Rochester Institute of Technology
Size of paintings varies: 23 x 17 to 51 x 36 inches.
Finding aid created by Amy Vilz in September 2011.
- Stanley Gordon oil portraits
- RIT Art Collection
- Amy Vilz
- 05 September 2011
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