On Modern American Art: Selected Essays

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"The Paintings of Antoine Caron." Marsyas 6 ( 1950-53), pp. 1-7.


"Marin's Dynamism". Art Digest 28, no. 9 ( February 1954), p. 13.

"New York Revisited: Church of the Ascension". Art Digest 28, no. 12 ( March 15, 1954), pp. 11, 29.

Review of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Modern Movement, by Thomas Howarth. Arts Digest 29, no. 2 ( October 1954), pp. 18-19.

"Varieties of Impressionism". Arts Digest 29, no. 1 ( October 1954), pp. 6-7.


Exhibition reviews in Art Digest 28, nos. 9-18 (February-July 1954), vol. 29, nos. 3-19 ( November 1, 1954-August 1, 1955), including: Roy Lichtenstein, February 15, 1954; Paul Klee, March 1, 1954; Philip Pearlstein, February 1, 1955; Vincent van Gogh, April 15, 1955; Age of Mannerism, May 1, 1955; Gorky, Matta, de Kooning, Pollock, June 1, 1955; seventeenth-century Dutch masters, July 1, 1955.


"The Kress Collection: Past and Future". Arts Digest 29, no. 11 ( March 1955), pp. 16, 23.

"The New Decade". Arts Digest 29, no. 16 ( May 15, 1955), pp. 20-30.

Review of Klassizismus und Utopia: Interpretationen zu Werken von David, Canova, Carstens, Thorvaldsen, Koch, by Rudolf Zeitler. Art Bulletin 37, no. 7 ( March 1955), pp. 70-74.

Review of Watercolors by Albrecht Dürer ed. Anna Maria Cetto. Arts Digest 29, no. 7 ( January 1, 1955), pp. 16-17.


Review of "Ben Nicholson: Painting, Reliefs, Drawings", vol. 1, by Herbert Read. Arts 30, no. 4 ( January 1956), p. 45.

Review of "Gian Lorenzo Bernini", by Rudolf Wittkower. Arts 30, no. 4 ( February 1956), pp. 43-44.

"A Rodin Bronze". University of Michigan Museum of Art Bulletin, no. 7 ( April 1956), pp. 40-42. Reprinted as "Auguste Rodin, The Young Mother" in Eighty Works in the Collection of the University of Michigan Museum of Art. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Museum of Art, 1979, cat. no. 65.


"British Painting vs. Paris". Partisan Review 4, no. 1 (Winter 1957), pp. 95-100.

"The Duchamp Family". Arts 31, no. 7 ( April 1957), pp. 20-23.

"The Origin of Painting: A Problem in the Iconography of Romantic Classicism". Art Bulletin 39, no. 4 ( December 1957), pp. 279-90.


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