Fort Worth artist Bror Utter, part of the Fort Worth Circle of artists, was best known for his abstract forms and his use of texture and color. The Bror Utter Papers cover 1944 to 1992 but are primarily from the 1950s to 1960s. The collection consists of:

  • Papers: personal and professional correspondence between Utter and his colleagues, clippings, articles like a transcript of a 1979 interview by Lisa Ferguson on behalf of the Archives of American Art, and mementos from his travels
  • Professional materials: information about exhibitions of his work, newspaper and magazine articles about him, business cards advertising his art lessons, and gallery materials from exhibitions
  • Photographic materials: includes reproductions of his art from around the world and his original photographs of the Fort Worth area, along with photos of Utter and fellow artists at work in the studio

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