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Calvin Albert: Originally appeared in the catalogue to an exhibition of Mr. Albert's work at the Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, New York, 1979. Copyright 1979, Guild Hall Museum.
Alice Baber: Originally appeared as "Alice Baber and the Tragedy of Light." Used with the kind permission of Mrs. James Jones.
Warren Brandt: Originally appeared as "Brandt: The Mystery of the Commonplace," ARTnews, March 1968, pages 38, 39, and 73. Copyright 1968, ARTnews.
James Brooks: Originally appeared in the catalogue to an Exhibition of Mr. Brook's work at the Gruenebaum Gallery, New York, 1979. Used with the kind permission of Carter Ratcliff.
Chuck Close: Originally appeared as "Chuck Close: Decoding the Image," Arts Magazine, June 1968, pages 146 through 149. Copyright 1978, Arts Magazine.
Elaine de Kooning: Originally appeared in the announcement of an exhibition of Mrs. de Kooning's work at the Ellison Gallery, Fort Worth, Texas, 1960.
Willem de Kooning: Originally appeared as "To and About Willem de Kooning," in Willem de Kooning Drawings by Thomas Hess, New York Graphic Society, Greenwich, Connecticut, 1972. Used with the kind permission of Kenneth Koch, copyright 1972.
Jimmy Ernst: Originally appeared in the catalogue to an exhibition of Mr. Ernst's work at the Cologne Art Institute, Cologne, West Germany, 1963. Used with the kind permission of James Johnson Sweeney.
Audrey Flack: Originally appeared in the catalogue to an exhibition of Ms. Flack's work at the University of Southern Florida, Tampa, 1982. Used with the kind permission of Dr. Linnea Dietrich.
Balcomb Greene: Originally appeared as "Literary Balcomb Greene," Review of Contemporary Fiction, October 1982, pages 99 through 101. Used with the kind permission of Coleman Dowell, author of White on Black on White, to be published this spring.
Howard Kanovitz: Originally appeared as part of "Howard Kanovitz: Painter of Contradiction," in the catalogue to an exhibition of Mr. Kanovitz's work at the Academie der Kunste, West Berlin, 1979. Used with the kind permission of Jorn Merkert. Translated by David Rattray.
William King: Originally appeared in the catalogue to an exhibition of Mr. King's work at the Terry Dintenfass Gallery, New York, 1970. Copyright 1970, Terry Dintenfass, Inc.
Lee Krasner: Originally appeared as "An American Great: Lee Krasner," Vogue, June 1972, pages 118 through 120. Copyright 1972. Courtesy Vogue by The Conde Nast Publications Inc. Used with the kind permission of Barbara Rose.
Ibram Lassaw: Originally appeared as "The Sculpture of Ibram Lassaw," in the catalogue to an exhibition of Mr. Lassaw work at the Gertrude Kalle Gallery, Detroit, Michigan, 1968. Used with the kind permission of Sam Hunter, author of the forthcoming book, Arnoldo Pomodoro, by Abbeville Press.
John Little: Originally appeared as part of "John Little: A Retrospective Exhibit of Works from 1934-1982," the catalogue to an exhibition of Mr. Little work at the Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, New York, 1982. Copyright 1982, Guild Hall Museum.
Conrad Marca-Relli: Originally appeared in the preface for Marca-Relli by Harold Rosenberg, Ediciones Polygrafa/SA, Barcelona, Spain, 1976. Co-edition, Rizzoli International, New York, 1976. Copyright 1976, Ediciones Polygrafa/SA.
Robert Motherwell: Used with the kind permission of Mr. Motherwell. Translated by Jack Fram.
Alfonso Ossorio: Originally appeared in Contemporary Artists

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