|Call Number:||MSS 0476|
|Language:||Materials entirely in
|Abstract:||Artist and instructor Jack Coughlin is well known for his portraits of literary figures. He knew Samuel Beckett personally and made a number of portraits of the Irish writer.|
|Physical Description:||1 oversize folder|
|Immediate Source of Acquisition:||Purchase, 2003|
|Processing Information:||Processed by Laura Cochrane, January 2003. Encoded by Jaime Margalotti, June 2021. Finding aid prepared using Describing Archives: A Content Standard|
Jack Coughlin was born in Greenwich, Connecticut in 1932. He studied printmaking at the Rhode Island School of Design and at the Art Students League of New York. He has taught art at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst since 1961. He is well known for his portraits of literary figures.
Biographical AND/OR historical information derived from the collection.
Three etchings, one lithograph, one color woodcut, and one postcard reproduction of Jack Coughlin's portraits of Samuel Beckett. Coughlin knew Beckett personally and made a number of portraits of the writer.
Removals: Shelved in SPEC MSS oversize boxes (24 inches)
The collection is open for research.
MSS 0476, Jack Coughlin portraits of Samuel Beckett, Special Collections, University of Delaware Library, Newark, Delaware.
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|Lithograph numbered 64 of 65, undated||Oversize folder F1|
|Etching numbered 74 of 100, 1971||Oversize folder F1|
|Etching numbered 29 of 100, 1976||Oversize folder F1|
|Color woodcut numbered 29 of 50, 1981||Oversize folder F1|
|Etching numbered 45 of 75, 1989||Oversize folder F1|
|Postcard reproduction of a watercolor portrait, 1992||Oversize folder F1|
Advertisement for an exhibition of Coughlin's prints, drawings, and watercolors on the back