German Art of the Twentieth Century

By Werner Haftmann; Alfred Hentzen et al. | Go to book overview

catalogue of the exhibition
The Museum of Modern Art, New York: October 1-December 8, 1957 City Art Museum of St. Louis: January 8-February 24, 1958In dimensions height precedes width BARLACH Ernst 1870- 1938
1 Man in Stocks. 1918. Wood, 28¾″ high. Kunsthalle, Hamburg. Ill. p. 149
2 The Good Samaritan. 1919. Woodcut, 7 × 5″. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, given anonymously. Ill. p. 205
3 Group in a Storm. 1919. Woodcut, 7 × 5″. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, given anonymously. Ill. p. 205
4a The Avenger. 1922. Wood, 24″ high. Herman Schulman Collection, New York. (Exhibited in New York only). Ill. p. 151
b The Avenger. 1922. Bronze (cast 1923), 24″ high. Fine Arts Associates, New York. (Exhibited in St. Louis only)
5 Singing Man. 1928. Bronze, 19½″ high. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Fund. Ill. p. 152
BAUM Otto born 1900
6 Metamorphosis. 1948-49. Limestone, 39⅜″ high. Owned by the artist. Ill. p. 176
BAUMEISTER Willi 1889- 1955
7 Composition. c. 1925? Color lithograph, 15¾ × 9⅛″. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Purchase 1936
8 Homage to Jerome Bosch. 1953. Oil on composition board, 43¼ × 59″. Collection Mrs. Margarete Baumeister, Stuttgart. Color plate p. 131
9 Montaru I. 1953. Oil on cardboard, 39⅝ × 51¼″. Niedersächsische Landesgalerie, Hanover. Ill. p. 132
BECKMANN Max 1884- 1950
10 David and Bathsheba. 1911. Lithograph, 12⅜ × 9⅞. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, James Thrall Soby Fund. Ill. p. 206
11 The Night. 1919. Lithograph, 21⅞ × 27⅝″ From Die Hölle," a portfolio of 10 lithographs, published by J. B. Neumann, Berlin. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Purchase 1949. Ill. p. 214
12 Family Picture. 1920. Oil on canvas, 25⅝ × 39¾″. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, gift of Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Ill. p. 100
13 Kasbek. 1923. Drypoint, 19½ × 8⅜″. The Museum of Modern Art, gift of Victor S. Riesenfeld. Ill. p. 207
14 Café Concert in the Hotel. 1924. Woodcut, 19½ × 19⅝″. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Purchase 1948
15 View of Genoa. 1927. Oil on canvas, 35½ × 66½″. Collection Mr. and Mrs. Morton D. May, St. Louis. Color plate p. 101
16 Rugby Players. 1929. Oil on canvas, 84⅞ × 39⅜″. Städtisches Museum, Duisburg. Color plate p. 102
17 The Bath. 1931. Oil on canvas, 70 × 48″. Collection Mr. and Mrs. Morton D. May, St. Louis, Missouri. Color plate p. 103
18 Temptation. 1936. Oil on canvas; triptych, center panel 79 × 67″, side panels each 84¾ × 39¼″. Collection Dr. Stephan Lackner, Santa Barbara, California. Color plate pp. 104-105
BELLING Rudolf born 1886
19 Sculpture. 1923. Bronze, partly silvered, 18⅞″ high. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, A. Conger Goodyear Fund. Ill. p. 174
BLUMENTHAL Hermann 1905- 1942
20 Kneeling Youth. 1929-30. Bronze (cast 1947), 40½″ high. Ehemals Staatliche Museen Berlin, National Gallery, on loan from the Kulturkreis im Bundesverband der deutschen Industrie. Ill. p. 179
CORINTH Lovis 1858- 1925
21 Studio Corner. 1919. Drypoint, 12⅜ × 9″. From Bei den Corinthern," a portfolio of 14 etchings and drypoints. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, given anonymously

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