American Art of Our Century

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books published by the Whitney Museum of American Art
Books marked (*) are out of print.
George Bellows by George W. Eggers, 1931.*
Alexander Brook by Edward Alden Jewell, 1931.*
Charles Burchfield by John I. H. Baur, 1956.
Mary Cassatt by Forbes Watson, 1931.*
Glenn O. Coleman by C. Adolph Glassgold, 1931.*
A Critical Introduction to American Painting by Virgil Barker , 1931.
Arthur B. Davies by Royal Cortissoz, 1931.*
Charles Demuth by William Murrell, 1931.*
Guy Pène du Bois by Royal Cortissoz, 1931.
Thomas Eakins: His Life and Work by Lloyd Goodrich, 1933.*
Philip Evergood by John I. H. Baur, 1960.
Four American Expressionists: Doris Caesar, Chaim Gross, Karl Knaths, Abraham Rattner by Lloyd Goodrich and John I. H. Baur, 1959.
William Glackens by Guy Pène du Bois, 1931.*
Arshile Gorky by Ethel K. Schwabacher, 1957.
George Grosz by John I. H. Baur, 1954.
Robert Henri by Helen Appleton Read, 1931.*
A History of American Graphic Humor by William Murrell, Vol. I ( 1747- 1865), 1933.
A History of American Graphic Humor by William Murrell, Vol. II ( 1865- 1938), 1938.*
A History of American Graphic Humor by William Murrell, Vol. II ( 1865- 1938), 1938.*
Winslow Homer by Lloyd Goodrich, 1944.*
Edward Hopper by Guy Pène du Bois, 1931.*
Bernard Karfiol by Jean Paul Slusser, 1931.
Yasuo Kuniyoshi by Lloyd Goodrich, 1948.*
Ernest Lawson by Guy Pène du Bois, 1931.
George Luks by Elizabeth Luther Cary, 1931.*
Henry Lee McFee by Virgil Barker, 1931.
Loren Maclver; I. Rice Periera by John I. H. Baur, 1953.
Kenneth Hayes Miller by Alan Burroughs, 1931.
Nature in Abstraction by John I. H. Baur, 1959.
The New Decade: 35 American Painters and Sculptor ed. by John I. H. Baur, 1955.*
Maurice Predergast by Margaret Breuning, 1931.*
H. E. Schnakenberg by Lloyd Goodrich, 1931.
John Sloan by Guy Pène du Bois, 1931.*
John Sloan by Lloyd Goodrich, 1952.
Eugene Speicher by Frank Jewett Mather, Jr., 1931.*
Bradly Walker Tomlin by John I. H. Baur, 1957.
Allen Tucker by Forbes Watson, 1931.
John H. Twachman by Allen Tucker, 1931.
Max Weber by Lloyd Goodrich, 1949.*
Young America 1960 by Lloyd Goodrich and John I. H. Baur , 1960.
William Zorach by John I. H. Baur, 1959.

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