Cubism: A History and An Analysis, 1907-1944

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

I. UNPUBLISHED MATERIAL
Delaunay R. On Futurism, 1912. (This essay takes the form of an open letter to Marinetti.) Notebooks, written over a long period of years before his death in 1941. (Extracts from these notebooks appear, often in an altered form, in Delaunay by Gilles de la Tourette.)
Delaunay, Sonia Terk. Biographical data on R. Delaunay, definitive version 1950.
Gleizes, A. Souvenirs, written in the years before his death in 1953.
Picasso P. Letters to Gertrude and Leo Stein, 1906-14. In the Stein correspondence, Yale University Library.

II. NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS
Important articles are listed under the author's name in the general section below.
Abstraction Création, Art non-Figuratif, Paris 1932.
Action (l'), Paris, 25 February-24 March 1912; February 1920.
Autorité'(l'), Paris, 27 November 1912.
Art Libre (l'), Lyons, November 1910.
Bandeaux d'Or (les), Paris, November 1911.
Blast, London 1914-15.
Bulletin de l'Effort Moderne, Paris 1924-35.
Bulletin de la Société de l' Histoire de l''Art Français, Paris 1912.
Comoetha, Paris, 27 June 1911; 30 September 1912; 13 October 1912; 18 March 1913; 1 April 1914; 15 April 1914; 2 June 1914.
Cote, Paris, 19 March 1912; 20 March 19125; 30 September 1912; 12 October 1912.
Ecrits Franfais (les), Paris, 5 April 1914.
Elan (l'), Paris 1915-16.

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