Catalog of the Exhibition
In dimensions height precedes width. An asterisk (*) before the title indicates that the work is illustrated.
Self-portrait. 1912. Oil on canvas, 32 x 26⅛″. Lent by the artist.
* Negro Saloon. 1912. Watercolor, 15 x 11″. Lent by the artist. Ill. p.7.
* Gloucester Terrace. 1916. Oil on canvas, 38 x 30″. Lent by the artist. Ill. p.11.
Rockport Beach. 1916. Oil on canvas, 30 x 24″. Lent by the artist.
Gloucester Street. 1916. Oil on canvas, 24 x 30″. Lent by the artist.
* Yellow Hills. 1919. Oil on canvas, 23¾ x 29¼″. Lent by the Downtown Gallery, New York. Ill. p.12.
* Lucky Strike. 1921. Oil on canvas, 33⅛ x 18″. Lent by the artist. Ill. p.14.
* Cigarette Papers. 1921. Watercolor on canvas, 19 x 14″. Lent by the artist. Ill. p.14.
Bull Durham. 1921. Oil and watercolor on canvas, 30 x 15″. Lent by the artist.
Apples and Jug. 1923. Oil on cardboard, 22 x 17 ⅞″. Lent by the artist.
* Two Trees. 1925. Oil on canvas, 19 x 22″. Lent by the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Ill. p.15.
Super Table. 1925. Oil on canvas, 48 ⅛ x 34 ⅛″. Lent by the Downtown Gallery, New York.
* Eggbeater #1. 1928. Oil on canvas, 27 x 38 ⅛″. Lent by the Phillips Memorial Gallery, Washington, D. C. Ill. p.17.
Eggbeater #3. 1928. Oil on canvas, 25 x 39″. Lent by the artist.
Place des Vosges #2. 1928. Oil on canvas, 25 ⅝ × 36 ¼″. Lent by Major and Mrs. Milton L. Kramer, New York.
* Rue de l'Echaudé. 1928. Oil on canvas, 23 ⅝ x 36 ¼″. Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Otto Spaeth, Dayton, Ohio. Ill. p.19.
Blue Café. 1928. Oil on canvas, 18 ½ x 21 ⅝″. Lent by the Phillips Memorial Gallery, Washington, D. C.
Rue des Rats #1. 1928. Oil on canvas, 23 ⅝ x 36 ¼″. Lent by the Estate of Herman Shulman, New York.
* Place Pasdeloup. 1928. Oil on canvas, 36 ⅛ x 28 ½″. Lent by the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Ill. p.20.
Hôtel de France. 1928. Oil on canvas, 28 ¾ x 23 ½″. Lent by Martin C. Schwab and Katherine Boutet Scal, Chicago.
* Café, Place des Vosges. 1929. Oil on canvas, 29 x 36¼″. Lent by Mrs. Edith Gregor Halpert, New York. Ill. p.18.
Arch-Hôtel. 1929. Oil on canvas, 28 ½ x 39 ¼″. Lent by the artist.
Interior. 1930. Oil on canvas, 24 ⅛ x 20⅛″. Lent by Dr. and Mrs. Michael Watter, Philadelphia.
* Sail Loft. 1930. Oil on canvas, 15 ¾ x 19 ¾″. Lent by Mr. and Mrs. O'Donnell Iselin, New York. Ill. p.24.
* Eggbeater #5. 1930. Oil on canvas, 50 ⅛ x 32 ¼″. The Museum of Modern Art, Purchase Fund. Color plate, opp. p.22.
* Summer Landscape. 1930. Oil on canvas, 29 x 42″. The Museum of Modern Art, Purchase Fund. Ill. p.21.
Still Life with Flowers. 1930. Oil on canvas, 40 x 32″. Lent by the Downtown Gallery, New York.
Jefferson Market. 1930. Oil on canvas, 34 x 23″. Lent by the Downtown Gallery, New York.
* New York-Paris #1. 1931. Oil on canvas, 38 ¼ x 51″. Lent by the Downtown Gallery, New York. Ill. p.23.
New York-Paris #2. 1931. Oil on canvas, 30 x 40″. Lent by the Hamilton Easter Field Foundation, New York.
* House and Street. 1931. Oil on canvas, 26 x 42 ¼″. Lent by the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Ill. p.21.
* Salt Shaker. 1931. Oil on canvas, 49 ⅞ x 32″. Lent by Mrs. Edith Gregor Halpert, New York. Ill. p.25.
Composition with Winch. 1931. Oil on canvas, 22 ¼ x 27″. Lent by Dr. H. A. Blutman, New York.
The Red Cart. 1932. Oil on canvas, 32 ⅛ x 50″. Lent by Miss Alice D. Laughlin, New York.
* Cigarette Papers. 1933. Oil on composition board, 12 x 12 ⅜″. Lent by Holger Cahill, New York. Ill. p.24.

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