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Thomas Pollock Anshutz, American (1851–1912). The Ironworkers' Noontime (detail), 1880. Oil on canvas. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller 3rd. 1979.7.4

Jane Glover
Coordinator, Katharine Hanrahan American Art Study Center
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Monday–Friday
10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

The unrestricted microfilm collection of the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, is located in the Katharine Hanrahan American Art Study Center on the second floor of the de Young. It is available to researchers by appointment only.

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Katharine Hanrahan American Art Study Center

Frederic Edwin Church, American (1826–1900), Rainy Season in the Tropics (detail), 1866. Oil on canvas. Museum purchase, Mildred Anna Williams Collection. 1970.9

Jane Glover
Coordinator, Katharine Hanrahan American Art Study Center
Hours 

Monday–Friday
10:00 am–5:00 pm.

The Katharine Hanrahan American Art Study Center is located on the 2nd Floor of the Tower at the de Young and is open by appointment only.

Researchers should have a specific focus of study. Library materials are non-circulating.

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Photo Services

The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco provide images from our collection for a variety of needs. We have over 80,000 objects including prints, drawings, paintings, textiles, and 3-dimensional artwork. If you’d like to browse our collection, please visit the ImageBase where you can search for artwork by artist, title, or subject matter.

Press Requests

For press requests, please contact our Marketing department.

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Conditions for Print and Electronic Publication

Conditions for Permission

  1. Reproduction is permitted only from photographic material supplied by the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. Reproduction from printed or other non-photographic materials not supplied by the Museums is strictly prohibited.
     
  2. Permission is granted for only one usage in one publication, one edition, and in one language. Additional language editions and subsequent revised new editions will be considered upon application.
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Photo Services and Imaging

Susan Grinols
Director, Photo Services and Imaging

The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (FAMSF) provide images for a variety of purposes. We have over 80,000 images of prints, drawings, paintings, textiles and 3-dimensional artwork from our permanent collections. If you’d like to browse our collection, visit the ImageBase where you can search for artwork by artist or title.

Press requests

For press requests, please visit the Press Room.

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