Modern Art and Modernism: A Critical Anthology

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Index A: Names
Abstract Expressionism, 93-103, 180
and American art, 102-3
and Cubism, 94-7, 99, 100, 102, 103
and easel painting, 96-7, 101, 103
and European art, 93-103
Albers, J., 156
American Abstract Artists Group, 102
Antal, F., 244, 245
Apollinaire, G., 109
Arp, J., 107, 125
Art Students League, 129
Avery, M., 94
Balzac, H. de, 18, 253, 282
Barbizon School, 100
Baudelaire, C., 32, 34, 40, 49, 53, 249, 250, 253, 256, 257-8, 263, 264-5
Bauhaus, 123
Bentham-Edwards, 290
Bernard, E., 51, 53, 288-9, 295-6, 297-301
Breton Women in a Meadow,298-300
Blanqui, L.A.,.254
Bonnard, P., 51, 75, 99
Bowness, A., 285-7
Brancusi, C., 75, 125
Braque, G., 90, 97, 105-8, 109, 110-1, 112, 113, 115, 126, 137, 150
Brecht, B., 214
Brittany, 288-302
economic and social conditions in, 289-94
and Paris, 295-8, 301-2
representations of, 288-9, 294-5, 298-302
and tourism, 292-5
Buckeye painting, 100
Buchon, M., 256
camera obscura, 149
Cezanne, P., 6, 7, 51-4, 57-63, 75-8, 89, 90, 98-9, 110-1, 112, 115, 136, 140, 253, 286, 296
Baigneuses series, 60-1
and colour, 58, 59, 61-3
and Impressionism, 58-9, 63, 75, 76
and tradition, 50, 59, 61-3
Chagall, M., 94
Champfleury, pseudonym of Jules Hussar, 253, 255
Chardin, J-B-S., 62, 63
Le Charivari, 275, 276
Chicago Art Institute, 129
collage, 105-8, 112, 113
Constructivism, 136, 138-9, 210-1
contre relief, 137, 141
Cooke, D., Language of Music,100
Corot, J.B.C., 9, 31, 257
Cormon, studio of, 51
Courbet, G., 31, 39, 249-51, 252, 254, 255-8, 266, 268

Burial at Ornans, 248, 250-1, 256

Couture, T., 40
Cubism, 7, 94-7, 100, 102, 103, 105-13, 115, 150, 156, 257
Dada, 215, 257
Daguerre, L.J.M., 19
Dali, S., 125-6
Dauchez, 291-2
Daumier, H., 51, 249, 253, 257, 275
David, J.L., 7, 23, 121
Degas, E., 45-49, 257, 275-83
Ballet series, 45-7, 48
Laundresses series, 274, 278-283
Delacroix, E., 36, 37, 48
Denis, M., 51
Derain, A., 75, 90, 91
Engels, F., 235
l'Epoque, 264
Ernst, M., 94, 125-6, 224
Escher, M.C., 151-4, 156
Ettlinger, Prof., 186-7
Expressionism, 165, 166-9, 171-5
Fauvism, 51, 53, 96, 99, 103
Fénéon, F., 296

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