Arts and Crafts Club of New Orleans

(1922–1951)

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Arts and Crafts Club of New Orleans - Illustration - Drawing with text of the courtyard of the Old Brulatour Mansion, 520 Royal Street, site of the Arts and Crafts Club

The Arts and Crafts Club of New Orleans moved into the Old Brulatour Mansion at 520 Royal Street in December of 1921. ZoomifyView »

Arts and Crafts Club of New Orleans - Photograph - Black-and-white photograph of a sketch class at the Arts and Crafts Club of New Orleans

Members of the Newcomb College School of Art taught classes at the Arts and Crafts Club in New Orleans. ZoomifyView »

Saxon, Lyle - Photograph - Seated in front of his cabin at Melrose Plantation in Natchitoches in 1925

Photo of Louisiana author Lyle Saxon in front of his cabin at Melrose Plantation in 1925. Written on the photo, "Lyle Saxon was born in 1891 and died in 1946. This is truly a very characteristic pose of Lyle Saxon." View »

Kinsey, Alberta - Painting - “Madame John's Legacy”

This picture of Madame John's Legacy, one of the few surviving eighteenth-century buildings in New Orleans, was painted by Alberta Kinsey. ZoomifyView »

Kinsey, Alberta - Photograph - The artist with her paintings in Pirate's Alley, c.1940.

New Orleans artist Alberta Kinsey (1875 - 1952) exhibited her works in a Pirates Alley gallery in the 1940s. ZoomifyView »

Kinsey, Alberta - Painting - “Black-Eyed Susans”

New Orleans aritst Alberta Kinsey, active in the New Orleans Arts and Crafts Club, painted this still life in the 1940s. ZoomifyView »

The Arts and Crafts Club of New Orleans - Postcard - Exterior photograph of 712 Royal Street in New Orleans

The Brulatour Mansion at 712 Royal Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans was the home of the Arts and Crafts Club of New Orleans from 1921 to 1926. ZoomifyView »

Johnston, Frances Benjamin - Photograph - Exterior view of Lyle Saxon's home, 534 - 536 Royal Street, New Orleans

Lyle Saxon renovated these buildings at 534 - 536 Royal Street for his home in the French Quarter. ZoomifyView »

Brulatour Courtyard - Painting - Earl Goodman

The Brulatour Mansion on Royal Street in the French Quarter was the home of the Arts and Crafts Club and its New Orleans School of Art from 1921 to 1932. ZoomifyView »

Kinsey, Alberta - Painting - “Shadows on the Teche”

Painting of the antebellum plantation house, Shadows on the Teche, in New Iberia. The artist, Alberta Kinsey, was active in the arts community of New Orleans in the twentieth century. ZoomifyView »

Nixon, David - Painting - "The Night Life-drawing Class at the Arts and Crafts Club"

Interior view of a studio at 712 Royal Street where the Arts and Crafts Club gathered for life-drawing class. ZoomifyView »

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