Index of Names
The numbers in italics refer to reproductions.
Andalusia28, 110
Antibes62, 72, 85, 88, 93, 188, 243, 262, 265, 266, 269-272, 278, 283, 284, 291, 306, 314, 325
-, Musée Grimaldi265, 271
Apollinaire, Guillaume 13,30, 32, 36, 131, 177, 193
Aristophanes 188
Art Nouveau 113, 124
Arte Joven (Magazine)118
Avignon40, 342
-, Palace of the Popes 342
Balzac, Honoré de38, 67,108, 178, 209, 288
Barcelona16, 17, 19, 29, 30, 32, 34, 62, 109, 110, 113, 114, 117, 118, 120, 129, 130, 314
-, Academy of Fine Arts110
-, Carrer d'Avinyó ( Avignon Street) 142
-, Els Quatre Gats 30, 113, 114, 118, 129
-, La Llonja ( Provincial School of Fine Arts) 29
Barr, Jr., Alfred H.8, 131, 503
Basel166, 188
Beckmann, Max244
Berlin113
Bernheim Jeune 123
Boccioni, Umberto286
Böcklin, Arnold117
Boisgeloup (Normandy) 210, 505
Bonnard, Pierre118
Brandi, Cesare 173, 194, 231
Braque, Georges109, 148, 152, 165, 166, 232, 482
Breton, André 193
Bridgman, Joan Oliva114
Bruant, Aristide114
Buffon 240, 272
Burne-Jones, Edward117
Cadaqués 462
Calder, Alexander232, 287, 288
Cannes194, 201, 286, 287
-, Croisette (Seaside promenade) 201
Carreras, Murillo458
Casagemas, Carlos34, 113, 117
Casas, Ramón30, 113
Cassou, Jean 109, 178, 341
Catalonia 19, 30, 113, 129
Catalunya Artistica (Magazine)114
Cervantes, Miguel de341
Cézanne, Paul141, 142, 148, 151, 165
Chagall, Marc214
Chavannes, Puvis de132
Chelito 314
Chicago, Art Institute170
Cirici Pellicer 117
Cocteau, Jean 52, 148, 177, 286, 342, 344, 346
Coquiot, Gustave458
Corniche d'Or244
Costales, Don Ramón Pérez14, 457,
Côte d'Azur272, 425
Courbet, Gustave58, 296
Cranach, Lucas296
Crete214, 283
Däubler, Theodor 340
David, Sylvette93, 333, 480
Degas, Edgar113, 118, 119, 123
Delacroix, Eugène58
Denis, Maurice118, 124
Derain, André147
Diaghilev, Sergei52, 177, 269
Dinard 194, 270, 286
Durio, Paco30
Eluard, Nush243, 509
Eluard, Paul 193, 345, 509
Ernst, Max193, 201, 202, 286
Fauves 130, 132, 141, 148
Feininger, Lyonel255
Flaxman, John178
Flinker, Karl8
Florence52, 54
-, Palazzo Pitti52
-, Uffizi52
Fontainebleau61, 174, 256
Fianco 219, 220, 229, 230
Freud, Sigmund214
Friedländer, Max J.7
Füssli, John Henry213
Galicia 28
Gargallo, Pablo118
Gaudí, Antonio130
Gauguin, Paul30, 118, 123, 124, 141, 147
Gieure, Maurice 201
Gilot, Françoise243, 266
van Gogh, Vincent118, 123, 256
Golfe Juan (French Riviera) 262, 278
Gomez de la Serna, Romón
Góngora, Luis de178, 341
González, Julio118, 287
Gosol ( Spain) 135, 136, 285
Goya, Francisco de114, 117, 209, 232, 341
Greco (E1) 34, 129, 130, 142, 214, 262, 296, 301
Grimaldi (Genoese family) 265
Gris, Juan131, 142, 165, 187, 190, 283
Grünewald, Matthias201
Guernica ( Spain) 225
Henry IV, King of France256, 265
Homer 346
Horta de Ebro (= de San Juan) 16, 30, 110, 148, 151, 152, 286, 462
Ibsen, Hendrik117
Ingres, Jean Auguste Dominique178
Isenheim 201
Jacob, Max30, 32, 36, 120, 177, 178
Joventut (Magazine)114, 117
Juan-lea-Pins244, 256, 262
Jiinger, Ernst3
Jung, C. G.206
Junyer-Vidal, Sebastián113, 118
Kahnweiler, Daniel-Henry8, 142, 147, 152, 165, 178, 240, 241,243, 255, 286, 301, 505
Klee, Paul193, 256
Koklova, Olga54, 177, 464
La Coruña ( Spain) 14, 16, 28, 29, 109
La Garoupe ( France) 262
La Rue-des-Bois ( Oise) 148
Larrea, Juan 225, 230, 232
Leiris, Michel 314
L'Estaque ( France) 148
Liebermann, Max206.
London113, 177, 209, 232
Maar, Dora229, 243, 410
Madoura (Pottery at Vallauris) 278, 279
Madrid16-19, 30, 34, 52, 110, 113, 118, 129, 292
-, Academy of San Fernando17, 30, 110
-, Prado Museum17, 30, 52, 219
Maeterlinck, Maurice117
Maillol, Aristide285
Málaga ( Spain) 16, 19, 28, 34, 109
Mallarmé, Stéphane118, 178, 247
Mañac 34
Manet, Edouard98, 113, 118
Mani, Carlo130
Matisse, Henri141, 142, 148, 305, 313, 504
Ménerbes ( France) 256, 262, 420
Menzel, Adolf110, 326
Milan303
-, Palazzo Reale 303
Millet, Jean François123
Milton, May119
Miró, Joan193, 232
Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo287
Monte Carlo 188
Moore, Henry287
Morice, Charles30
Moscow131
Mourlot, Fernand 278
Munch, Edvard114, 117, 124, 232
Nabis 118, 124
New York147, 174, 225
Nietzsche, Friedrich117
Olivier, Fernande 120, 136
Olympia288
Oslo113
Osuna ( Spain) 136
Ovid 188
Palissy 280
Pallarés ( Spain) 30
Panzini, Alfredo9

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