Gateway to the Twentieth Century: Art and Culture in a Changing World

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INDEX
Ordinary numerals refer to pages.Numerals in bold type refer to black and white plates. Roman numerals refer to colour plates.
A
Abele, Van den, 67
Adam, 143
Adam, Villiers de l'Isle, 126
Aget, 110
Alma Tadema, Sir Lawrence, 11
Amiet, Cuno, 148, 149
d'Annunzio, Gabriele, 103, 107
Apollinaire, Guillaume, 7, 53, 63, 68, 107, 108
Appia, Adolphe, 112
Archipenko, Alexander, 143
Arensberg, 155
Arp, Hans, 52, 155
Ashbee, Charles Robert, 248, 249, 287, 291
Azorin, 105

B
Baker, Benjamin, 250, 43
Bakst, Léon, 114, 96, 98
Balla, Giacomo, 64, 115, 135, 136, 146
Balzac, Honord de, 6
Barlach, Ernst, 149, 187, 188
Barlow, W.H., 232
Baroja, 105
Barrère, André, 92
Barrès, Maurice, 105, 107, 108, 109
Balteaux, 230
Baudelaire,19, 53, 66, 71, 126
Baudot, Anatole de, 251, 305
Baumeister, 143
Bayard, Émile, 113
Beardsley, Aubrey, 127
Beckmann, Max, 62
Behrens, Peter, 21, 239, 250, 254, 255, 303, 319, 320, 321
Belin, Edouard, 110
Benda, Julien, 107
Benois, Alexandre, 114, 97
Berg, Max, 253, 311
Berghe, Fritz van den, 140, 150, 154
Bergson, Henri, 8, 53, 108
Berlage, 24, 48
Berlevi, Henryk, 142
Bernard, Émile, 67, 144, 238, 236
Biely, 54
Bill, Max, 143
Bindesbϑll, Thorvald, 237, 238, XLIV
Bing, 241
Blanqui, 132
Blériot, 6, 2
Bleyl, Fritz, 149
Blok, 54
Blondel, Franqois, 52, 230
Boccioni, Umberto, 64, 107, 135-7, 150, 144, 145, XXIII
Boireau, 111
Böcklin, Arnold, 149, 150, 154
Boeck, Felix de, 137
Boldini, Giovanni, 11, 30
Bonnard, Pierre, 22, 60, 130-2, 32, XVII
Bouguereau, 15
Bourdelle, Antoine, 121, 183
Bourget, Paul, 16, 49
Boussiron, Simon, 253
Brancusi, Constantin, 68, 141, 143, 154, 203
Braque, Georges, 60, 64, 68, 126, 136, 139-42, 147, 130, 131132, 171, XX
Bremmer, H.P., 134
Brown, Ford Madox, 232, 233, 216
Brunetière, 9
Brusselmans, Jean, 148
Bryusov, 54
Bunning, J.B., 231, 213
Burne-Jones, 128, 232
Burnham and Root, 235, 54, 55

C
Caffin, Charles, 65
Campendonck, 153
Cappiello, 108
Carjat, 110
Carpezat, M., 14
Carrà, Carlo, 64, 135-137, 140, 77
Carrière, Eugène, 57
Casorati, Felice, 148
Cendrars, 68
Cézanne, Paul, 52, 61, 65, 66, 71, 125, 130, 133, 137-39, 141, 142, 144, 147, 153, 126, 127, 128, XVIII
Chabot, Henk, 150
Chagall, Marc, 64, 68, 144, 154, 156, 180, XXXII
Chaplin, Charles, 111
Charpentier, Alexandre, 241, 255
Chausson, 56
Cheret, 21, II
Chesterton, G.K., 104
Chevreul, 59
Chicago, School of, 235, 255
Chirico, Giorgio de, 68, 136, 154-6, 204
Claudel, Paul, 107, 126
Coalbrookdale, Iron Bridge, 230, 210
Cocteau, Jean, 54, 114
Cohl, Émile, 111, 90
Coignet, 24, 251
Cole, Henry, 230, 233, 234
Constable, 132
Contamin, 232
Copeau, Jacques, 113
Corbière, Tristan, 66, 126
Corbusier, Le, 247
Corinth, Lovis, 11, 147
Cormon, 15
Corot, 68
Correggio, 70
Cossio, Manuel B., 109
Coster, Charles de, 128
Cottancin, 24
Courbet, Gustave, 58, 59, 65
Craig, Edward Gordon, 113
Cranach, Wilhelm Lucas von, 240, 248
Crane, Walter, 128
Cross, 134
Crystal Palace, 230, 209
Csaky, 68

D
Dampt, Jean, 28
Darby, Abraham, 210
Dario, Ruben, 54
Daum, the Brothers, 241, 249
Debussy, Claude, 54, 56, 57, 114, 61
Décauville railway poster, 7
Degas, Edgar, 20, 62, 134, 146, 71, 103, 118
Delacroix, Eugène, 127, 133
Delaroche, Paul, 13
Delaunay, Robert, 64, 71, 136, 140-7, 151, 156, I
Delaunay-Terk, Sonia, 115, 143
Demény, 6

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 1
  • Contents 3
  • Epochs of European Art 4
  • The Climate of Thought 5
  • The Visual Arts from 1884 to 1914 125
  • Architecture and the Applied Arts 229
  • SOURCES OF ILLUSTRATIONS 333
  • NOTES ON THE PLATES 335
  • Index 359
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