Acknowledgments

I wish to thank the following for their generous cooperation: Mr. Guy Pène du Bois, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Davis, Mrs. Juliana Force, Dr. Alfred M. Frankfurter, Mr. and Mrs. Wood Gaylor, Mr. Samuel S. Goldberg, Mr. George Heard Hamilton, Mr. Henry R. Hope, Mr. Robert Laurent, Mr. Julian Levi, Romany Marie, Mrs. Raphael Navas, Mr. S. R. Naysmith, Mr. Morris S. Novik, Mr. Samuel M. Kootz, Mr. Duncan Phillips, Mr. J. de Prospo, Mrs. Irvine Schubert and Mr. and Mrs. Burton L. Tremaine.

Grateful acknowledgment is made to Mr. Samuel Golden for his permission to quote passages from Stuart Davis published by the American Artists Group.

I am especially indebted to Mrs. Edith Gregor Halpert of the Downtown Gallery for her invaluable help and the use of her archives, and to Miss Margaret Miller for her assistance in preparing this book and the exhibition upon which it is based.

James Johnson Sweeney Director of the Exhibition


Lenders

Dr. H. A. Blutman, New York; Holger Cahill, New York; Stuart Davis, New York; Mrs. Juliana Force, New York; Jan de Graaff, Portland, Ore.; Mrs. Edith Gregor Halpert, New York; The Hamilton Easter Field Foundation, New York; Mr. and Mrs. John Hammond, New York; Mr. and Mrs. O'Donnell Iselin, New York; Major and Mrs. Milton L. Kramer, New York; Miss Alice D. Laughlin, New York; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Lowenthal, New York; The Miller Company, Meriden, Conn.; Municipal Broadcasting System, New York; Katherine Boutet Scallan, Chicago; Martin C. Schwab, Chicago; Estate of Herman Shulman, New York; Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Solomon, Port Washington, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Spaeth, Dayton; Dr. and Mrs. Michael Watter, Philadelphia.

Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind.; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Phillips Memorial Gallery, Washington, D. C.; Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, Kans.; Downtown Gallery, New York.


Board of Trustees

Stephen C. Clark, Chairman of the Board; Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr., 1st Vice-Chairman; Sam A. Lewisohn, 2nd Vice-Chairman; John Hay Whitney, President; John E. Abbott, Executive Vice-President; Mrs. David M. Levy, Treasurer; Alfred H. Barr, Jr., Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss, William A. M. Burden, Mrs. W. Murray Crane, Walt Disney, Marshall Field, Philip L. Goodwin, A. Conger Goodyear, Mrs. Simon Guggenheim, James W. Husted, Henry R. Luce, Ranald H. Macdonald, David H. McAlpin, Henry Allen Moe, William S. Paley, Mrs. John Parkinson, Jr., Mrs. Charles S. Payson, Beardsley Ruml, James Thrall Soby, Edward M. M. Warburg, Mrs. George Henry Warren, Jr., Monroe Wheeler.

HONORARY TRUSTEES: Frederic Clay Bartlett, Frank Crowninshield, Duncan Phillips, Paul J. Sachs, Mrs. John S. Sheppard.

Copyright, 1945. The Museum of Modern Art, 11 West 53 Street, New York 19

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  • Title Page 1
  • Acknowledgments 2
  • Contents 3
  • Chronology 4
  • Stuart Davis 5
  • Bibliography 35
  • Index to Davis Quotations in Text 37
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