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Ingeborg Mohr fonds
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Articles

File consists of articles on art, philosophy, history and psychology, as well as copies of poems.

Artist profile

File consists of Ingeborg’s curriculum vitae, artist profiles, a short biography, a list of exhibitions, and a copy of the her article “Notes on painting," 2000.

Correspondence

File consists of personal and professional correspondence, including notes from husband J.W. (Hans) Mohr, writer Timothy Findley, German painter Peter Bieselt, and a copy of a letter Ingeborg sent to Prime Minister Jean Chretien regarding the Iraqi conflict and war.

Daniel Manfredi

File consists of correspondence from writer Daniel Manfredi and copies of his articles and stories.

Exhibitions

File consists of an exhibition book, pamphlets, and cards from some of Ingeborg’s exhibits including Landscapes Skyscapes, 1986 studio exhibition, Notes on dark ground, Messegalerie, and Transition.

Ingeborg Mohr fonds

  • F0651
  • Fonds
  • 1921-2004

Fonds consists of: an early sketchbook; an exhibit book from the Agnes Etherington Art Centre entitled Notes on dark ground; a magazine with an article about Ingeborg; an invitation to Ingeborg’s 1986 studio show on Howe Island; a collection of magazine articles and clippings of upcoming gallery exhibits, architecture, and art; newspaper clippings on movies, art and entertainment; correspondence from friends, family and colleagues including artist Nina Whiting, writer Daniel Manfredi, painter Peter Bieselt, Thomas Ring-Stiftung, Joan Mackenzie, and gallery owners; a letter from Timothy Findley; artist profiles of Ingeborg Mohr; her curriculum vitae; articles, stories and poems written by friends; and a collection of articles on art, architecture and philosophy.

Mohr, Ingeborg, 1921-2004

Magazine and newspaper clippings

File consists of magazine and newspaper articles collected by Ingeborg about art, architecture and entertainment, including an article about Ingeborg’s work with batik and oil painting, and a feature article in Kingston’s Profile magazine from 2000.

Nina Whiting

File consists of work by Ingeborg’s good friend Nina Whiting, a photograph of Whiting, obituaries, and a memorial pamphlet from Whiting’s funeral.

Thomas Ring-Stiftung

File consists of a letter from Thomas Ring-Stiftung, and articles “Saturn, the element of tectonics,” (translated title from German) and “Self-importance."