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Duveen Brothers Resources

An overview, selected bibliography, and frequently asked questions about the Duveen Brothers archive. The Duveen Brothers was one of the most prominent firms of art dealers during the first half of the 20th century.


Owing to the fragile condition of the Duveen material, the contents of the archive have been photographed and transferred to microfilm. The archive is now digitized (with the exception of Series III which is available on the microfilm). Contact the Reference Desk for questions about the microfilm. 

Learn more about the project. 

We recommend starting your search in the finding aid where you may access the links to digitized materials.  

Duveen Brothers Records Finding Aids

Duveen Brothers records, 1876–1981

Duveen Brothers stock documentation from the dealer's library, 1829–1965


Other Institutions with Duveen Brothers Records Microfilm  

Thomas J. Watson Library at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Institut national d'histoire de l'art, Paris

If you have questions regarding access to the Duveen microfilm at the above locations please contact the repository directly for additional information.