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Tony L. McGregor woodcuts

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: RITDSA-0012

Scope and Contents

There are two lino-cut prints in the Tony L. McGregor collection, both with a southwest-theme. One depicts a turtle and the other a squash blossom. Both are printed in black ink on white paper.

Dates

  • 1995-1997

Creator

Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open to researchers.

Biographical / Historical

Tony McGregor, usually called "Tony Mac," is a nationally known Deaf artist. He was interested in art as a child and attended Gallaudet University and then the University of Texas at Austin, where he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. In 2015 he was at the University of Texas, pursuing a doctorate in multicultural special education with an emphasis on museum studies. McGregor helped establish the National Association of the Native American Deaf (now called Intertribal Deaf Council). He is known for southwestern themed artworks, particularly his wood-burned gourds.

Extent

2 Item(s) (1 flat box)

Language

English

Overview

There are two prints in the Tony L. McGregor collection, both with a southwest-theme.

Arrangement

Collection consists of two prints.

Physical Location

C.S. Mid-Range, Shelf 330

Immediate Source of Acquisition

The woodcuts were purchased for the RIT/NTID Deaf Studies Archive in 2011.

Accession number(s): 2011:31

Dimensions

Woodcut sizes vary: 6 x 4.5 to 6 x 6 inches
Title
Tony L. McGregor woodcuts
Subtitle
RIT/NTID Deaf Studies Archive
Status
Published
Author
Amy Vilz
Description rules
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Script of description
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Language of description note
English

Repository Details

Part of the RIT Archive Collections Repository

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