FREEMAN, RICHARD BORDEN, 1908-1986

Art curator, university professor. Born– October 7, 1908, Philadelphia. Parents– Walter Jackson and Corinne (Keen) Freeman. Married– Barbara Ames Burditt. Children– Three. Education– Yale University, A.B., 1932; Harvard University, M.A., 1934. Employed by the Nelson Gallery of Art, Kansas City, Mo., 1934-1936; Fogg Museum of Art, Cambridge, Mass., 1936-1938; Cincinnati Art Museum, 1938-1941; Flint Institute of Art, Flint, Mich., 1941-1947; San Francisco Museum of Art, 1947-1950; professor and head of Art Department, University of Alabama, 1950-1956; Hamilton College, 1956-1958; University of Kentucky, 1958-1975. Edited the Cincinnati Art Museum Bulletin, 1938-1951. Member American Federation of Arts, College Art Association, AAUW,  Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen, Southeastern College Art Conference, Midwestern College Art Association.  Awarded status of professor emeritus on his retirement  at the University of Kentucky, 1975. Died 1986.

Source:

Contemporary Authors online

Publication(s):

The Lithographs of Ralston Crawford. Lexington, Ky.; University of Kentucky Press, 1962.

Niles Spencer. Lexington, Ky.; Art Department, University of Kentucky, 1965.

Picasso-Grio-Miro. San Francisco; San Francisco Museum of Art, 1948.

Ralston Crawford. University, Ala.; University of Alabama Press, 1953.

The Prints of Ralston Crawford.  Print Review, 1985.

Editor;

Graphics ’73: Ralston Crawford.  University of Kentucky, 1973.

Graphics ’74:  Spain.  University of Kentucky, 1974.

Graphics ’75: Watergate:The Unmaking of a President.  University of Kentucky, 1975.

Graphics ’76: Britain.  University of Kentucky, 1976.

Joint_Editor:

Best Political Cartoons of 1978.  Puck Press, 1979.