Hauser & Wirth Institute has digitized an archive of American artist and muralist Mary Dill Henry for IIT

Drawings, photographs, written correspondence, published articles, and graphic design work from the treasure trove archive of American artist Mary Dill Henry has been digitized and become a permanent fixture of the Paul V. Galvin Library’s University Archives and Special Collections at Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), where Henry studied in the 1940s under Bauhaus teacher László Moholy-Nagy. Henry’s family compiled the materials of the collection, while Hauser & Wirth Institute, the research and archive arm of the international art gallery, carried out the digital labor to make Henry’s collection accessible.

Henry, born in Sonoma, California, in 1913, is known for her murals completed for

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