Collection SR 9329 - Oral history interview with Frances van Hevelingen, by Charles Digregorio and Deborah Frosaker

Oral history interview with Frances van Hevelingen, by Charles Digregorio and Deborah Frosaker [S... Oral history interview with Frances van Hevelingen, by Charles Digregorio and Deborah Frosaker [S...

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SR 9329

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Oral history interview with Frances van Hevelingen, by Charles Digregorio and Deborah Frosaker

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  • 1978-04-20 (Creation)

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online resource (2 audio files (1 hr., 4 min., 4 sec.)

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(1915-2002)

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Frances Lovetta van Hevelingen (1915-2002) was born in Jeaneau, Alaska. She was married to Donald Abbott. She specialized in the technique of encaustic painting which utilizes hot beeswax mixed with pigments.

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Charles Digregorio was the Oregon Historical Society's first Oral Historian.

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Van Hevelingen discusses her family history and early life on a rose farm in the Willamette Valley, her encaustic painting technique, and her career as an artist.

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Joint Copyright held by Frances van Hevelingen.

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  • English

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Oral history interview with Frances van Hevelingen, by Charles Digregorio and Deborah Frosaker, 1978 April 20, SR 9329, Oregon Historical Society Research Library.

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Digitization funded by the James F. Miller Endowment.

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