BY JOHN RUSSELL


Matisse

FATHER & SON

The story of Pierre Matisse, his father, Henri Matisse, his gallery
in New York, and the artists that he introduced to America - among
them, Joan Miró, Alberto Giacometti, Balthus, and Jean Dubuffet.
Based upon unpublished correspondence

HARRYN. ABRAMS , INC . , PUBLISHERS

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  • Matisse - Father & Son *
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  • Acknowledgments 6
  • A Note from the Author 7
  • A Checkered Childhood, 1900-1920 9
  • The Young Pierre, 1920-24 17
  • An American Dream, 1924-25 27
  • A Novice in New York, 1925 34
  • A Turn for the Better, Maybe 1926-31 43
  • Dr. Barnes: Patron or Pest? 1930 59
  • On His Own at Last, 1931-39 78
  • The Programme in Place, 1934 96
  • Joan Miró Comes Aboard, 1932-40 110
  • The Poetics of Balthus, 1935-88 133
  • Alberto Giacometti: A Man from Maloja, 1936-50 146
  • A Gruesome Year, 1939 172
  • Father and Son in 1940 183
  • Exiles in New York, 1939-45 201
  • Life in a Defeated France, 1941-42 217
  • The War Ended, 1942-46 235
  • Miró Rediscovered, 1942-48 249
  • The Case of Dubuffet, 1944-60 272
  • Buoyant, but Then ..., 1948-49 299
  • Giacometti: the Last Years, 1951-66 319
  • Miró, 1950 Onwards 341
  • Henri Matisse, 1950-54: Triumph and Tribulation 356
  • A New Cast of Characters, 1954-90 379
  • Adieu 399
  • Index 403
  • Credits 413
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