Modigliani the Sculptor

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Selected Bibliography
Adam Leonard, Primitive Art (London, 1949)
Basler Adolphe, La Sculpture Moderne (Paris, 1928)
Dorival Bernard, "Musée d'Art Moderne. Sculpture de Peintres," Bulletin, Musées de France (Paris, December 1949)
"Trois Oeuvres de Modigliani," ibidem (Paris, September 1950)
Douglas Charles, Artist Quarter (London, 1941)
Flannagan John B., "catalogue, Museum of Modern Art" (New York, 1942)
Giedion-Welcker Carola, Contemporary Sculpture, a revised and enlarged edition (New York, 1960)
Gischia Léon and Védrès Nicole, La Sculpture en France depuis Rodin (Paris, 1945)
Goldwater Robert J., Primitivism in Modern Art (New York, 1938)
Jedlicka Gotthard, Modigliani (Erlenbach-Zurich, 1953)
Leuzinger Elsy, Africa: The Art of The Negro Peoples (New York, 1961)
Lipchitz Jacques, Modigliani (New York, 1951)
Meidner Ludwig, "Young Modigliani," Burlington Magazine (London, April 1942)
Modigliani Jeanne, Modigliani, Man and Myth (New York, 1958)
Modigliani number, Paris Montparnasse (Paris, February 1930), with contributions by Adolphe Basler, André Salmon, Ossip Zadkine and others.
Modigliani, Preface by Maud Dale (New York, 1929)
Pfarnnstiel Arthur, Modigliani, with a preface by Louis Latourette (Paris, 1929)
Modigliani et son Oeuvre (Paris, 1956)
Raynal Maurice, Modern French Painters (New York, 1929)
Roy Claude, Modigliani (New York, 1958)
Russoli Franco, Modigliani (New York, n.d.)
Salmon André, Modigliani, Sa Vie et son Oeuvre (Paris 1926)
Scheiwiller Giovanni, Amedeo Modigliani (Zurich, 1958)
Sculpture by Painters, catalogue, 'Curt Valentin Gallery (New York, 1951)
Seuphor Michele, The Sculpture of this Century (New York, 1960)
Stoermer Curt, "Erinnerungen an Modigliani," Der Querschnitt (Berlin, June 1931)
Sweeney James Johnson, African Negro Art (New York, 1935)
Vitali Lamberto, ed., Forty-Five Drawings by Modigliani (New York, n.d.)
Werner Alfred, "Modigliani as a Sculptor," Art Journal New York, winter 1960-61)
Wilenski Reginald H., The Meaning of Modern Sculpture (London, 1935)

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  • Title Page III
  • Table of Contents VII
  • Publisher's Note IX
  • Modigliani The Sculptor XI
  • Footnotes XXVII
  • Selected Bibliography XXIX
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