The Selected Writings of John Marin

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REFERENCE INDEX
These notes are appended (1) to provide relevant facts, in brief, about various people, places and publications mentioned throughout the volume, wherever the content of the text is not sufficiently self-explanatory, and (2) to explain the connection of certain individuals with John Marin or with Alfred Stieglitz, rather than to provide full biographical sketches of them. (Brief descriptions of recipients of letters from Marin also are included.)
An American Place ( 509 Madison Avenue, N. Y. C.) -- founded and run by Alfred Stieglitz 1930-1946. Here he carried on the work begun at the PhotoSecession Galleries ("291") and at the Intimate Gallery.
Egmont Arens -- editor of Creative Arts.
Ben Benn -- American painter.
E. M. Benson -- art critic; author, John Marin -- The Man and His Work (American Federation of Arts, Washington, D. C., 1935) ; Chief' Division of Education, Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Oscar Bluemner -- American painter; his work was exhibited by Stieglitz at the Intimate Gallery.
Blumenschein -- painter.
Dorothy Brett -- English painter; author of Brett and Lawrence.
"The Bunch" -- refers to the group of artists and other friends who gathered at Stieglitz's Photo-Secession Galleries and later at "291."
Camera Work -- a quarterly magazine devoted to photography and the plastic arts, published and edited by Alfred Stieglitz, New York, 1903-17.
Arthur Carles -- American painter; introduced Marin to Edward Steichen (painter and photographer) in Paris in the early 1900's. It was this introduction that was responsible for the beginning of Marin's association with both Steichen and Stieglitz, and led to the exhibition of Marin's paintings by Stieglitz at "291" in 1909. The work of Carles also was exhibited by Stieglitz at "291."
Kenyon Cox -- American painter.
Charles Daniel -- of the Daniel Gallery, New York; a proponent of modern art. In the years between 1917 and 1925, when Stieglitz had no gallery, Daniel held exhibitions of Marin's paintings.
Andrew Dasberg -- American painter.
Donald Davidson -- husband of Elizabeth Davidson (niece of Stieglitz) ; a friend of Marin's.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments iv
  • Introduction v
  • List of Illustrations xv
  • Marin Signs His Letters 231
  • Reference Index 237
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