Survey of American Painting: October Twenty-Fourth [To] December Fifteenth, 1940

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INDEX
The number following the name refers to the painting in the catalogue. The letter indicates the gallery in which the painting may be found. The illustrative plates are arranged in numerical order at the back of the catalogue.
A
ABBEY, EDWIN AUSTIN174-P
Illustration--Plate 56
ADAMS, WAYMAN327-G
Illustration--Plate 131
ALBRIGHT IVAN LE LORRAINE266-E
ALEXANDER, JOHN W.166-P
Illustration--Plate 81
ALLSTON, WASHINGTON102, 103-M
Illustration-- Plate 26
ANONYMOUS 32-J
BABY IN RED CHAIR
Illustration-- Plate 4
ANONYMOUS 1-I
JOHN DAVENPORT
Illustration--Plate 2
ANONYMOUS 8-I
ROBERT GIBBS, 1670
Illustration--Plate 1
ANONYMOUS 18-I
ALICE MASON
ANONYMOUS 162-O
OUTING ON THE HUDSON
ANONYMOUS 7-I
GURDON SALTONSTALL
Illustration--Plate 7
ANONYMOUS 118-N
THE RUNWAY HORSE
AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES91-M
Illustration--Plate 35
B
BADGER, JOSEPH21-I
BEAL, GIFFORD290-F
Illustration--Plate 90
BEAUX, CECILIA251-E
Illustration--Plate 97
BELLOWS, GEORGE W.
187, 188, 189, 190, 191-Q
Illustration--Plate 85
BENBRIDGE, HENRY74-M
BENSON, FRANK W.282-F
Illustration--Plate 123
BENTON THOMAS H.353-H
BIDDLE GEORGE336-H
Illustration--Plate 134
BIERSTADT, ALBERT161-O
BINGHAM, GEORGE CALEB37, 39, 43-K
Illustration--Plate 40
BIRCH, THOMAS86-M
BISHOP, ISABEL263-E
BLACKBURN, JOSEPH15, 16-I Illustration--Plate 16
BLAKELOCK, RALPH ALBERT
175, 176, 177-P
Illustration--Plate 77
BLANCH, ARNOLD331-G
BLUM, ROBERT132-N
Illustration--Plate 70
BLUME, PETER338-H
BLYTHE, DAVID G.40, 41, 42-K
Illustration--Plate 42
BOHROD, AARON310-G
BOUCHÉ, LOUIS357-H
BRACKMAN, ROBERT258-E
Illustration--Plate 95
BROOK, ALEXANDER262-E
Illustration--Plate 118
BROWN, JOHN GEORGE154, 160-O
BRUCE, EDWARD257-E
BRUSH, GEOROE DE FOREST248-E
Illustration--Plate 96
BULLER, AUDREY297-F
BURCHFIELD, CHARLES261-E
Illustration--Plate 110
C
CANTINE, JO347-H
CARROLL, JOHN268-E
Illustration--Plate 132
CARTER, CLARENCE H.325-G
CASSATT, MARY
199, 200, 201, 202, 203-Q
Illustration--Plate 50
CHAPIN, JAMES318-G
CHASE, WILLIAM M.155, 156, 157-O
Illustration--Plate 49

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  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgment vii
  • Introduction 1
  • Sales 22
  • Part One Retrospective Section 23
  • Part Two Contemporary Section 95
  • Plates--Part One Retrospective Section 147
  • Plates--Part Two Contemporary Section 237
  • Index 285
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