Walter Cassebeer drawings and print
Collection — Box: 1
Scope and Contents
Walter Cassebeer drawings and print contain 3 pieces:
Oldest Rochester House Erected, pencil and chalk drawing Untitled (business district buildings), pencil drawing, circa 1916 Untitled (church?), print of pencil drawing, circa 1916
- circa 1915-1935
- Cassebeer, Walter Henry (Person)
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This collection is open to researchers.
Biographical / Historical
An important figure in the Rochester cultural scene, Walter Cassebeer (1884-1963) is best known as an architect, but was also an avid artist, bibliophile, horticulturist, and historian. Cassebeer designed several churches in and around Rochester, as well as some of the landscapes of Durand Eastman Park. Much of his artwork featured buildings, and his numerous lithographs of Rochester’s skyline show how the city changed and grew throughout his life.
3 Item(s) (2 Drawings, 1 Print)
Two drawings and one print by artist, historian, and architect, Walter Cassebeer.
Collection contains 3 pieces.
C.S. North, Shelf 89, Box 8 (with Art on Campus collection)
RIT Art Collection
RIT Art Collection
- Walter Cassebeer at Art on Campus, Rochester Institute of Technology
Drawing sizes vary: 13 x 9.5 to 18 x 14 inches.
Finding aid created by Amy Vilz in September 2011.
- Art in universities and colleges -- New York (State) -- Rochester
- Artists -- New York (State) -- Rochester -- 19th century
- Artists -- New York (State) -- Rochester -- 20th century
- Black-and-white prints (prints on paper)
- Drawings (visual works)
- Rochester (N.Y.) -- History -- 20th century
- Rochester (N.Y.) -- Pictorial works
- Rochester Institute of Technology -- Art collections
- Walter Cassebeer drawings and print
- RIT Art Collection
- Amy Vilz
- 28 September 2011
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