Arthur Dahl’s photos of Mark Tobey and his shows, 1961-90

Here are photos taken by my father, Arthur L. Dahl, of internationally acclaimed Bahá’í painter Mark Tobey and his studios in Seattle and Basel. My parents, Joyce and Arthur Dahl, were friends of Tobey and at one time had the largest private collection of his work.

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Here is my father doing two interviews with Tobey
in our home in Pebble Beach, California, in 1962:

And here are three flute pieces by Tobey — Aubade,
Hommage to Windsor Utley, and Memories are Hunting Horns –
and Tobey at the piano, taken from 78 rpm records that he owned
(the flute music recorded in 1967 from a record cut in December 1959):