Mrs. Frank Altschul
Jean Arp
Leigh Athearn
Mr. and Mrs. Lee A. Ault
Vico Baer
James W. Barney
Mrs. George E. Barstow, Jr.
Frederic Clay Bartlett
W. B. Bennet
Alexander M. Bing
The Honorable and Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss
Richard Blow
Briggs W. Buchanan
Mrs. Wendell T. Bush
Alexander Calder
Carroll Carstairs
Walter P. Chrysler, Jr.
Stephen C. Clark
Mr. and Mrs. Erich Cohn
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph F. Colin
Mme Sibylle Cournand
Mrs. W. Murray Crane
Frank Crowninshield
Mrs. Charles Suydam Cutting
Mme Eve Daniel
Bernard Davis
Richard Davis
Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Davis
Marcel Duchamp
H. S. Ede
Mr. and Mrs. Allan D. Emil
Eric Estorick
Mrs. Marjorie Falk
Mrs. Marie L. Feldhaeusser
Marshall Field
Myrtil Frank
Dr. Román Fresnedo Siri
Naum Gabo
A. E. Gallatin
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Mme Nathalie Gontcharova
Philip L. Goodwin
General A. Conger Goodyear
Mr. and Mrs. Jan de Graaff
Peggy Guggenheim
Mrs. Simon Guggenheim
Mrs. Vahan Hagopian
August Hannibal, Jr.
Mrs. Meredith Hare
Mr. and Mrs. Alex L. Hillman
Dr. F. H. Hirschland
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hochschild
Vladimir Horowitz
Mrs. O'Donnell Iselin
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Jaffe
Edward James
Philip C. Johnson
T. Catesby Jones
Emilio del Junco
Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Kastor
Edgar Kaufmann, Jr.
Mrs. Edgar J. Kaufmann
Lincoln Kirstein
Auguste Klipstein
Mrs. Alfred A. Knopf
Belle Kogan
Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Kook
Michael Larionov
Albert D. Lasker
Loula D. Lasker
Lucien Lefebvre-Foinet
Mrs. David M. Levy
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lewin
Mr. and Mrs. Sam A. Lewisohn
Colonel and Mrs. Charles A. Lindbergh
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lionni
Jacques Lipchitz
Pierre M. Loeb
Henry R. Luce
Earle Ludgin
John McAndrew
Mrs. Charles McKinley
Aristide Maillol
Sra. Carlos Martins
Pierre Matisse
Mrs. Saidie A. May
Mrs. Gertrud A. Mellon
Paul Mellon
Mr. and Mrs. John de Menil
Charles E. Merrill
Mrs. Alma Morgenthau
George L. K. Morris
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Murphy
Mrs. Ray Slater Murphy
Mrs. Elie Nadelman
Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. Neuberger
J. B. Neumann
Mrs. Silvia Neumann
John S. Newberry, Jr.
Ben Nicholson
Amédée Ozenfant
Frank William Packard
William S. Paley
Stamo Papadaki
Antoine Pevsner
Duncan Phillips
George Poindexter
Luis Quintanilla
Dr. C. M. Ramírez Corría
Mrs. Stanley Resor
Jeanne Reynal
Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr.
Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, 3rd
Nelson A. Rockefeller
Alexander Rodchenko
Edward W. Root
Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Rübel
Mme Helena Rubinstein
Harry J. Rudick
Paul J. Sachs
Sir Michael Sadler
Sam Salz
Mr. and Mrs. Ansley W. Sawyer
Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Schimmel
Wolfgang S. Schwabacher
Mrs. Wallace M. Scudder
John L. Senior, Jr.
Ben Shahn
Charles Sheeler
Mario da Silva
Mrs. Kenneth Simpson
Mr. and Mrs. James Thrall Soby
Mr. and Mrs. David M. Solinger
Mrs. Maurice J. Speiser
Renée Spodheim
Edward Steichen
Leopold Stokowski
J. van Straaten
Mrs. Arthur L. Strasser
Mrs. Cornelius J. Sullivan
Justin K. Thannhauser
G. David Thompson
Tristan Tzara
Curt Valentin
Abraham Walkowitz
Edward M. M. Warburg
Mrs. Felix M. Warburg
Mrs. George Henry Warren
Edith Wetmore
John Hay Whitney
Dr. Nathaniel S. Wollf
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zadok
Dr. Gregory Zilboorg
Harry Zolotow
The Advisory Committee of the Museum of Modern Art
The American Academy and National Institute of Arts and Letters Fund
The American Tobacco Company, Inc.
The United States of Brazil Comisión Cubana de Cooperación Intelectual, Havana
The Contemporary Art Society, London
French Art Galleries, Inc.
The Griffis Foundation
The New York World's Fair 1939 Time, Inc.

Lillie P. Bliss
Richard D. Brixey
Katherine S. Dreier
Mary Flexner
Rose Gershwin
Anna Erickson Levene
Sam A. Lewisohn
Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr.
Grace Rainey Rogers

The Advisory Committee Fund Funds realized through the Lillie P. Bliss Bequest
Francis Brennan Fund
Mrs. Wendell T. Bush Fund
Katharine Cornell Fund
Frank Crowninshield Fund
van Gogh Purchase Fund
A. Conger Goodyear Fund
Mrs. Simon Guggenheim Fund
Vladimir Horowitz Fund
Inter-American Fund
Aristide Maillol Fund
Mrs. Saidie A. May Fund
Matthew T. Mellon
Foundation Fund
Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. Neuberger
Mrs.John D. Rockefeller, Jr.
Purchase Fund
James Thrall Soby Fund
Mrs. Clornelius J. Sullivan Fund
Edward M. M. Warburg Fund

Baroness Napoléon Gourgaud
Adelaide M. de Groot
Dr. Franz Meyer
Henri Pierre Roché
John Hay Whitney
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Alfred Stieglitz Collection
The Miller Company's
Painting Toward Architecture Collection
U.S. Department of the Interior, Indian Arts & Crafts Board
U.S. Public Works of Art Project
U.S. WPA Art Program


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