Carnegie International artists and pets.
A curator’s work for an International has always required a lot of field research. In the 1930’s Museum Director Homer Saint Gaudens started a series of photographs which documented his trips, giving us a glimpse into the lives of the artists he met - and their furry little friends.
From top to bottom: Paul R. Meltsner, 1940; John Carroll, 1939; Daniel Garber, 1949; Lloyd Goff, 1943; Arnold Blanch, 1937; Othon Friesz, 1934; Edward Willis Redfield, 1935; Umberto Romano, 1946; Jerry Farnsworth, 1934.
Archive of the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA