"The Kingdoms of Edward Hicks" was a magnificent exhibition of the works of the best known American folk painters, Edward Hicks. On display was The Peaceable Kingdom, as well as rural landscapes and pastoral scenes. Additionally, the exhibition also featured letters in the artist's hand, his artist's palette, and two copies of his published memoirs. The exhibition was organized by The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Center of The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, and curated by Darrel Sewell. The records consist of correspondence, object lists, loan agreements, and research material and notes. Also included is exhibition training material.
American Art Department Records : II. Exhibitions and installations : X. "The Kingdoms of Edward Hicks." October 10, 1999-January 2, 2000
Subseries X. "The Kingdoms of Edward Hicks." October 10, 1999-January 2, 2000
Date:1996-2000Scope and Content Note