BIBLIOGRAPHY AND INDEX OF ARTISTS

BIBLIOGRAPHY

The bibliography is divided into three sections: 1) monographs and 2) general works published by the Museum; 3) a few books of other publishers referred to in the text. Prepared by Marie Alexander


MUSEUM PUBLICATIONS: MONOGRAPHS
1
Alvar Aalto, J. McAndrew, ed.; S. Breines; A. L. Kocher. 1938
2
Theatre of Eugene Berman by G. Amberg. 1947
3
Pierre Bonnard by J. Rewald. 1948
4
Georges Braque by H. R. Hope; J. Cassou. 1949
5
Marcel Breuer by P. Blake. 1949
6
Charles Burchfield, Early Water Colors by A. H. Barr Jr. 1930
7
Alexander Calder by J. J. Sweeney. 2nd ed., 1951
8
Photographs by Henri Cartier-Bresson by L. Kirstein, B. Newhall. 1947
9
Posters by Cassandre by E. Fantl. 1936
10
Marc Chagall by. J. J. Sweeney. 1946
11
Giorgio de Chirico by J. T. Soby, in preparation
12
Salvador Dali by J. T. Soby. 2nd ed., 1946
13
Stuart Davis by. J. J. Sweeney. 1945
14
Charles Demuth by A. C. Ritchie. 1950
15
"Charles Despiau" by A. Rindge. M. of M. A. Bul. XI, no. 4, 1944
16
James Ensor by L. Tannenbaum. 1951
17
Walker Evans: American Photographs by L. Kirstein. 1938
18
Douglas Fairbanks by A. Cooke. 1940
19
Lyonel Feininger, D. C. Miller, ed.; A. J. Schardt ; A. H. Barr Jr.; and Marsden Hartley by M. Wheeler; the artist. 1944
20
Gabo-Pevsner by R. Olson; A. Chanin; H. Read. 1948
21
Vincent van Gogh, A. H. Barr Jr., ed. 1935
22
Vincent van Gogh Letters to Emile Bernard, Lord D., ed. 1938
23
Juan Gris, in preparation
24
D. W. Griffith by I. Barry. 1940
25
"George Grosz", M. of M. A. Bul. IX, no. 1, 1941

-- Marsden Hartley: see no, 19

26
"Hayter and Studio 17" by J. J. Sweeney ; the artist. M. of M. A. Bul. XII, 6, 1944
27
Edward Hopper by A. H. Barr Jr.; C. Burchfield; the artist. 1933
28
Posters by E. McKnight Kaufer by A. Huxley; the artist. 1937
29
Paul Klee, M. Miller, ed.; L. and J. Feininger; J. J. Sweeney; A. H. Barr, Jr. 1945
30
"Aspects of the Art of Paul Klee", a symposium, M. of M. A. Bul. XVII, no. 4, 1950 ( M. Breuer; B. Shahn)
31
Prints of Paul Klee by J. T. Soby. 1947
32
Paul Klee by A. H. Barr Jr. 1930
33
Oskar Kokoschka by J. S. Plaut. 1949. ( The Chanticleer Press, New York, for the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, the M. of M. A., et al.)
34
Gaston Lachaise by L. Kirstein. 1935
35
Léger by Katharine Kuh. 1953. ( The Art Institute of Chicago in collaboration with the M. of M. A., et al.)
36
"Fernand Léger versus Cubism" by G. L. K. Morris . M. of M. A. Bul. III, no. 1, 1935
37
Wilhelm Lehmbruck, Aristide Maillol by J. Abbott. 1930
38
Jacques Lipchitz by H. R. Hope. 1954 -- Aristide Maillol: see no. 37
39
John Marin by E. M. Benson; H. McBride; M. Hartley. 1936
40
"John Marin, Yankee Artist" by L. Mozley . M. of M. A. Bul. IV, no. 1, 1936
41
Matisse, His Art and His Public by A. H. Barr Jr. 1952
42
Joan Miro by J. J. Sweeney. 1941
43
Modigliani by J. T. Soby. 1951
44
Mondrian by J. J. Sweeney. 1948
45
Henry Moore by J. J. Sweeney. 1946
46
Edvard Munch by F. B. Deknatel. 1950, with Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston
47
Sculpture of Elie Nadelman by L. Kirstein. 1948
48
"Orozco Explains", M. of M. A. Bul. VII, no. 4, 1940 -- Pevsner: see no. 20
49
Picasso: Fifty years of his Art by A. H. Barr Jr. 1946
50
"Picasso: His Graphic Art" W. S. Lieberman. M. of M. A. Bul. XIX, no. 2, 1952
51
"Portinari of Brazil" by F. Horn, R. C. Smith . M. of M. A. Bul. VII, no. 6, 1940
52
"Redon: Drawings and Lithographs" by W. S. Lieberman. M. of M. A. Bul. XIX, no. 2, 1952
53
Diego Rivera by F. F. Paine; J. Abbott. 1931
54
Mies van der Rohe by P. C. Johnson. 2nd ed., 1953
55
Georges Rouault by J. T. Soby; C. Schniewind . 2nd ed., 1947
56
Prints of Georges Rouault by M. Wheeler. 1938
57
Georges Rouault: Miserere by M. Wheeler; the artist. 1952
58
Georges Rouault Retrospective Exhibition, M. Wheeler, ed.; J. Maritain; W. S. Lieberman . 1953
59
Henri Rousseau by D. C. Rich. 2nd ed., 1946
60
Ben Shahn by J. T. Soby. 1947, with Penguin Books Ltd., England
61
"Ben Shahn" by J. T. Soby. M. of M. A. Bul. XIV, nos. 4-5, 1947
62
Charles Sheeler, D. C. Miller, ed.; W. C. Williams ; the artist. 1939
63
"Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Architects, U.S.A.", M. of M. A. Bul. XVIII, no. 1, 1950
64
Paul Strand: Photographs 1915-1945 by N. Newhall. 1945
65
Tchelitchew by J. T. Soby. 1942
66
"Jacques Villon: His Graphic Art" by W. S. Lieberman. M. of M. A. Bul. XXI, no. 1, 1953
67
Edouard Vuillard by A. C. Ritchie. 1954
68
Max Weber by A. H. Barr Jr. 1930
69
Photographs of Edward Weston by N. Newhall. 1946

MUSEUM PUBLICATIONS: GENERAL
69a
"The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Print Room: Master Prints from the Museum Collection" by W. S. Lieberman; A. H. Barr Jr. M. of M. A. Bul. XVI, no, 4, 1949.
70
Abstract Painting and Sculpture in America by A. C. Ritchie. 1951
71
American Folk Art by H. Cahill. 1932
72
American Realists and Magic Realists, D. C. Miller and A. H. Barr Jr., eds.; L. Kirstein . 1943
73
Americans 1942, D. C. Miller, ed. 1942
74
Bauhaus, 1919-1928 by H. Bayer; W. Gropius ; I. Gropius. 1938
75
Lillie P. Bliss Collection, A. H. Barr Jr., ed. 1934
76
Contemporary Painters by J. T. Soby. 1948
77
Cubism and Abstract Art by A. H. Barr Jr. 1936
78
"The Dance Archives", M. of M. A. Bul. VIII, no. 3, 1941
79
"De Stijl" by A. H. Barr Jr. M. of M. A. Bul. XX, no. 2, 1952
80
"Eleven Europeans in America" by J. J. Sweeney . M. of M. A. Bul. XIII, nos. 4-5, 1946 ( Masson, Ozenfant, Seligmann, Léger, Ernst, Duchamp, Tanguy, Lipchitz, Hélion, Chagall, Mondrian)
81
Fantastic Art, Dada, Surrealism, A. H. Barr Jr. , ed.; G. Hugnet. 3rd ed., 1947
82
Les Fauves by J. Rewald. 1952
83
Fifteen Americans, D. C. Miller, ed. 1952

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