84
Film Index: A Bibliography. Vol. 1. "The Film as Art". (Works Projects Administration) 1941
85
Film Notes by I. Barry. 1949
86
Fourteen Americans, D. C. Miller, ed. 1946
87
German Art of the XXth Century by A. C. Ritchie , in preparation
88
German Painting and Sculpture by A. H. Barr Jr. , 1931
89
History of lmpressionism by J. Rewald. 1946
90
History of Post-Impressionism by J. Rewald, in preparation
91
History of Photography from 1839 to the Present Day by B. Newhall. 1949
92
Indian Art of the United States by F. H. Douglas ; R. d'Harnoncourt. 1948
93
Latin American Collection of the Museum of Modern Art by L. Kirstein. 1943
94
Machine Art by P. Johnson. 1934
95
Masters of Popular Painting by H. Cahill; J. Cassou; M. Gauthier; D. C. Miller and others. 1938
96
Modern Architects by P. C. Johnson; H.-R. Hitchcock ; L. Mumford; A. H. Barr Jr. 1932
97
Modern Art in Latin America by J. Gómez Sicre , in preparation
98
Modern Drawings, M. Wheeler, ed.; J. Rewald. 3rd ed., 1947
99
New Architecture and the Bauhaus by W. Gropius . 1936, with Faber and Faber, Ltd., London
100
Organic Design in Home Furnishings by E. F. Noyes . 1941
101
Painting and Sculpture in the Museum of Modern Art by A. H. Barr Jr. 1948
101a
b. c, d. Four supplements to 101: "Painting and Sculpture Aquisitions" by A. H. Barr Jr. a) M. of M. A. Buls. XVII, nos. 2-3. 1950; b) XVIII, no. 2, 1950-51; c) XIX, no. 3, 1952; d) XX, nos. 3-4, 1953
102
Pioneers of Modern Design from William Morris to Walter Gropius by N. Pevsner.
103
"Religious Folk Art of the Southwest" by M. Miller. M. of M. A. Bul. X, nos. 5 and 6, 1943
104
Romantic Painting in America by J. T. Soby and D. C. Miller. 1943
105
Sculpture of the 20th Century by A. C. Ritchie . 1952
106
Twentieth Century Italian Art by J. T. Soby and A. H. Barr Jr. 1949
107
20th Century Portraits by M. Wheeler. 1942
108
Twent Centuries of Mexican Art by A. C. Leal ; A. Caso; M. Toussaint; R. Montenegro . 1940
109
"What Abstract Art Means to Me", M. of M. A. Bul. XVIII, no. 3, 1951 ( G. L. K. Morris , W. de Kooning, A. Calder, F. Glarner, R. Motherwell, S. Davis)
110
What is Modern Architecture? by J. McAndrew. 2nd ed., 1946
111
What is Modern Design? by E. Kaufmann Jr. 1950
112
What is Modern Interior Design? by E. Kaufmann Jr. 1953
113
What is Modern Painting? by A. H. Barr Jr. 5th ed. revised, 1952

BOOKS OF OTHER PUBLISHERS
114
L'Art abstrait: ses origines, ses premiers maîtres by M. Seuphor. Paris, Maeght, 1949
115
Art of the Twentieth Century: A Bibliography by Bernard Karpel. New York, Wittenborn & Co., in preparation.
116
Film Technique (The cinema writings of V. I. Pudovkin). London, Newnes, 1933
117
The World of Robert Flaherty by R. Griffith. New York, Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1953
118
The Letters of Vincent van Gogh to his Brother, 1872-1886. (2 vols) and Further Letters of Vincent van Gogh to his Brother, 1886-1889. London, Constable & Co., Ltd., 1927- 1929
119
Portrait of the Artist as an American: Ben Shahn by Selden Rodman. New York, Harper, 1951
120
Max Weber by Holger Cahill. New York, The Downtown Gallery, 1930

INDEX OF ARTISTS
Artists' names only are included. Roman numerals refer to pages where their works are reproduced; italic numerals to the numbered bibliography, page 237
Aalto, Alvar, 224; I
Adams, Ansel, 193; 91
Adler, Allan, 226
Aicher, Otto, 228
Albers, Anni, 220
Albright, Ivan LeLorraine, 160; 72
Alfaro Siqueiros, David, see Siqueiros
Anderson, Laura, 227
Aronson, David, 228
Arp, Jean (Hans), 140; 77, 81, 105
Atget, Eugène, 188; 91
Bacon, Francis, 169; 76
Balthus (Balthasar Klossowsky), 152; 107
Barlach, Ernst, 58; 87, 88, 105
Bayer, Herbert, 220, 230; 74
Beckmann, Max, 62-63; 76,87, 88
Bellows, George Wesley, 110
Bérard, Christian, 152; 107
Bergh, Elis, 226
Berman, Eugene, 182; 2
Bill, Max, 228
Blow, Richard, 227
Blume, Peter, 161; 76, 113
Boccioni, Umberto, 99-101; 76, 77, 106
Bonnard, Pierre, 39, 215, 229; 3
Bonet, Antonio, 224
Brackett, Charles, 209
Brady, Matthew B., 184; 91
Brancusi, Constantin, 125; 77, 105
Brandt, Marianne, 220; 74
Braque, Georges, 72, 94, 228; 4
Brassai, 195; 91
Breuer, Marcel, 220; 5, 74
Buffet, Bernard, 171
Bunshaft, Gordon, 221
Bunuel, Luis, 211; 85
Burchfield, Charles, 119; 6, 76
Burtin, Will, 230
Butler, Reg, 2, 159; 105
Calder, Alexander, 146-147; 7, 77, 105
Callahan, Harry, 198
Cameron, Mrs. Julia Margaret, 184; 91
Cangiullo, Francesco, 230
Capra, Frank, 209, 212; 85
Carlu, Jean, 228
Carnà, Carlo, 98; 106
Cartier-Bresson, Henri, 194; 8
Cassandre, A. M., 228, 229; 9
Cassatt, Mary, 36; 89
Cerri, Emilio, 225
Céanne, Paul, 20-23; 89, 90
Chagall, Marc, 132-133, 182; 10, 80
Chaplin, Charles, 207; 85
Chiesa, Pietro, 227
de Chirico, Giorgio, 134-135; 11, 76, 81, 106
Clair, René, 210, 211; 85
Cline, Edward, 209
Coburn, Alvin Langdon, 189
Copier, A. D., 226
Le Corbusier (Charles-Edouard Jeanneret), 219
Corinth, Lovis, 59; 87
Cornell, Joseph, 145; 81;
Crisp, Donald, 207
Cukor, George, 208
Dali, Salvador, 145, 211; 12, 81
Davis, Stuart, 117; 13
Delaunay, Robert, 77; 77
Dell, Christian, 220
Demuth, Charles, 115; 14, 76
Denis, Maurice, 215
Dennis, Reynold G., 227
Derain, André, 46; 90
Despiau, Charles, 45; 15, 105
Dexel, George, 220
Disney, Walt, 213; 85
Dix, Otto, 153; 87, 88
van Doesburg, Theo, 217; 77, 79
Dove, Arthur G., 119; 70, 113
Dovzhenko, Alexander, 206; 85
Dreyer, Carl-Theodor, 211; 85
Dubuffet, Jean, 170
Duchamp, Marcel, 136-137, 211; 77, 80, 81
Duchamp-Villon, Raymond, 2, 79; 77, 105
Duda, Misek and Tyfa, 229
Dufy, Raoul, 48; 90
Eames, Charles, 224
van Eesteren, Cornelis, 217
Eisenstein, S. M., 205, 206
Ekk, Nikolai, 206
Ensor, Baron James, 35; 16
Epstein Jacob, 107; 105
Ermler, Friedrich, 206
Ernst, Max, 138, 141, 229; 77, 80, 81, 101 d
Ettl, Alex J., 223
Evans, Walker, 191; 17
Fazzini, Pericle, 172; 106
Feininger, Lyonel, 113; 19
Ferrari-Hardoy, Jorge, 224

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