The Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture.
Biography (written by Nancy Hendricks.)
Lindquist exhibition at The Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock
Traveling Lindquist exhibitions to your community from
The Arkansas Arts Center
The Lost Colony of Sven-Ska: Christina Lillian and the Cathedral City Artists
Exhibition, "Evan Lindquist: A History of Engraving"
Syracuse University Art Galleries, Syracuse, New York
ART I SEE blog, interview by Scott Ponemone, with additional material added to the Newsletter originally published by Baltimore Museum of Art, 2016.
|Evan Lindquist is proud to be represented by the following splendid Art Galleries:|
Museum of Modern Art
History of Engraving (circa 1900 and after)
(iv) Late 20th-century engraving
I'm honored to be included in this important history of engraving.
Whitney Museum of American Art, online collection
Engravings by Evan Lindquist in the Whitney Museum of American Art
19th Century Swedish Copybook
This link will point you toward my great-grandfather’s copybook, handwritten by a tutor in 1858. The style of penmanship was similar to Copperplate or English Running Hand.
Penmanship authorities have speculated that this tattered old copybook may be the earliest example of an original pen-written copybook in existence. All known earlier examples of copybooks were printed from copper plates engraved by professional engravers.
Carl Lindquist -- personal research
Research papers. Fort of Daulatabad in India. Photographs, Fort of Chitradurga, India. Photographs, Hampi and Vijayanagar, India. Nek Chand's Rock Garden.
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