The New American Painting: As Shown in Eight European Countries, 1958-1959

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT

On behalf of the International Program of the Museum of Modern Art, I wish to express my gratitude to the artists who have taken part in the exhibition and to the lenders whose names are listed below. The exhibition was made possible through the generosity of the collectors, museums and dealers who graciously permitted their paintings to travel for over a year. Their understanding of the purposes of the exhibition and their readiness to help overcome the difficulties of assembling it deserve the greatest appreciation. I am indebted for expert assistance in organizing the exhibition to Frank O'Hara of the International Program and in preparing the catalogue to Miss Helen Franc. The dealers representing artists in the exhibition have been most helpful in supplying information and photographs. Grateful acknowledgment is made also to the photographers who supplied portraits of the artists, and to the various publications from which statements by the artists and others have been quoted.

DOROTHY C. MILLER Director of the Exhibition


LENDERS TO THE EXHIBITION

Richard Brown Baker, New York, Mr and Mrs Walter Bareiss, Greenwich, Connecticut, Dr and Mrs Edgar Berman, Baltimore, Mr and Mrs Donald M. Blinken, New York, Mr and Mrs William A. M. Burden, New York, Mr and Mrs William Calfee, Washington, D.C., Mrs Leo Castelli, New York, John M. Cuddihy, New York, Adolph Gottlieb, New York, Mr and Mrs Clement Greenberg, New York, Mr and Mrs I. Donald Grossman, New York, Mr and Mrs Ben Heller, New York, Philip C. Johnson, New Canaan, Connecticut, Boris and Sophie Leavitt, Lana Lobell, Hanover, Pennsylvania, Mrs H. Gates Lloyd, Haverford, Pennsylvania, Mr and Mrs Patrick B. McGinnis, Boston, Mr and Mrs Roy R. Neuberger, New York, Mr and Mrs Albert Newman, Chicago, Mrs Bliss Parkinson, New York, Mrs Betty Parsons, New York, Mr and Mrs George Poindexter, New York, E. J. Power, London, Mr and Mrs Paul Rankine, Bethesda, Maryland, Mrs John D. Rockefeller III, New York, Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller, New York, Mrs Sherman J. Sexton, Chicago, Mr and Mrs Thomas Sills, New York, Tom Slick, San Antonio, Texas, Mr and Mrs Anthony Smith, South Orange, New Jersey, Dr and Mrs Frank Stanton, New York, Mr and Mrs John Stephan, Greenwich, Connecticut, Mr and Mrs Guy A. Weill, Scarsdale, New York.

André Emmerich Gallery, New York, Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, Betty Parsons Gallery, New York, Stable Gallery, New York. The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Museum of Modern Art, New York.

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  • Title Page 1
  • The International Council at the Museum of Modern Art 3
  • Foreword 5
  • Acknowledgment 6
  • As the Critics Saw It 7
  • Introduction 15
  • Catalogue 88
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