INDEX
Aberdeen, 234
Abyssinia, 22
"A. C. J. Wall", 240
"Adam", 24-25, Plate 44 (120-121), Plate 45 (122-123), Plate 46 (124-125), 243
Adler, Jacob, 3
African sculpture, 5, 29, Plate 99 (178)
"Ahmed", 239
Akhnaton, 4
Alabaster, 24, Plate 44 (120-121), Plate 45 (122- 123), Plate 46 (124-125), 227, 239, 242, 243
"Albert Einstein", 21, Plate 62 (142-143), 240
Aldington, Richard, 9
Alexander, Professor (see "ProfessorAlexander, O. M.")
Alford, John, Esq., 229
America, 1-3, 5, 15-18, 22, 28, 29
"American Soldier", Plate 8 (48-49), 231
Anatomy, 4-5
Andrews, Mrs. (see also "Mrs. Andrews"), 231
Aran, 240
Art Gallery ( Aberdeen), 234
Arthur Tooth and Sons, 28
"Arthur Villeneuve Nicolle", 239
Art Institute of Chicago, 232
Art Students League, 22
Ascher, Madame Ernest (see "Madame Ernest Ascher")
"Asleep", Plate 155 (214), Plate 164 (218)
Assyrian sculpture, 94
"Augustus John", Plate 76 (156-157), 230
Bach, 6
"Back of Model", Plate 151 (212)
Baldwin, Stanley, 12
Balkin, Michael (see "Michael Balkin")
Ballon, Ellen (see "Ellen Ballon")
Baltimore, 235
Baltimore Institute of Art, 235
Barnard, George Gray, 2-3
Barnes Collection, 18
"Basil Burton, Esq.", 239
Baudelaire, Charles, 27, 243
Beatty, Mrs. A. Chester (see also "Mrs. A. Chester Beatty"), 235, 239
Beaux Arts (see Ecole des Beaux Arts)
Beaverbrook, Lord (see "Lord Beaverbrook")
Beerbohm, Marie (see "Marie Beerbohm")
Beethoven, 6
"Behold the Man", 23-24, Plate 96 (176-177), 241
Bendon, M. (see "Mr. M. Bendon")
"Berenice", Plate 43 (118-119), 242
"Bernard Van Dieren", 11, Plate 80 (160-161), 230, 241
"Betty Joel", 237
"Betty May" (2 Bronzes), 233
"Bird", 17-18
Birds (see "Second Group of Birds" and "Third Group of Birds")
Bird Sanctuary, 235
Blake, 28
Blanford, Mary (see "Mary Blanford")
Blenheim, 235
Boas, Franz (see also "Professor Franz Boas"), 16
Bone, Muirhead (see also "Muirhead Bone"), 14 Plate 72 (152), 235
Book of Affinity, The (Moysheh Oyved), 28, Plate 22 (76)
Bossom, Alfred Charles, 21
Bowery, 16
Brancusi, 8, 17-18, 29, 30
Brancusi Trial, 17-18
British Medical Association Buildings (see also Strand Statues), 6
British Museum, 5-6
British Soldier, Plate 37 (106)
Bronze, 2, 8, 15, 17, 29, Plate 2 (36-37), Plate 4 (40-41), Plate 6 (44-45), Plate 7 (46-47), Plate 8 (48-49), Plate 10 (52-53), Plate 11 (54-55), Plate 12 (56-57), Plate 13, (58-59), Plate 14 (60-61), Plate 15 (62-63), Plate 16 (64-65), Plate 17 (66-67), Plate 18 (68-69), Plate 19 (70-71), Plate 21 (74-75), Plate 22 (76-77), Plate 23 (78-79), Plate 24 (80-81), Plate 25 (82-83), Plate 26 (84-85), Plate 27 (86-87), Plate 28 (88-89), Plate 29 (90-91), Plate 30 (92-93), Plate 33 (98-99), Plate 34 (100-101), Plate 35 (102-103), Plate 36 (104- 105), Plate 37 (105-107), Plate 40 (112-113), Plate 41 (114-115), Plate 42 (116-117), Plate 43 (118-119), Plate 47 (126-127), Plate 48 (128-129), Plate 49 (128-129), Plate 52 (132- 133), Plate 53 (132-133), Plate 56 (136-

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