Prints by Davis
LITHOGRAPHS ON STONE
Hôtel de France. 1928. 11 ½ x 14 ¾″. 30 imprs.
Place des Vosges. 1928. 9 ⅝ x 13 ⅞″. 10 imprs.
Adit. 1928. 10 ¼ x 11 ⅞″. 10 imprs.
Rue de L'Echaudé. 1929. 9 ⅞ x 14 ¾″. 30 imprs.
Arch. 1929. 9 ¾ x 13 ⅝″. 30 imprs.
Arch #2. 1929. 10 ¼ x 13 ¾″. 30 imprs.
*Au Bon Coin. 1929. 8 ⅜ x 10 ⅝″. 30 imprs.
Hôtel-Café. 1929. 8 ⅜ x 10 ⅝″. 30 imprs.
Place Pasdeloup #1. 1929. 11 ½ x 14 ⅜″. 10 imprs.
*Place Pasdeloup #2. 1929. 11 ⅜ x × 14 ⅜″. 20 imprs.
Rue des Rats. 1929. 10 ½ x 15 ½″. 30 imprs.
LITHOGRAPHS ON ZINC
*Two Heads. 1930. 10¾ x 13¼″. 12 imprs.
*Barber Shop Chord. 1931. 14 x 19″. 25 imprs.
*Composition. 1931. 9 x 10″. 25 imprs.
*Sixth Avenue El. 1931. 12 x 17⅞″. 25 imprs.
Sixth Avenue El #2. 1931. 11 x 15⅛″. 25 imprs.
Theatre on the Beach. 1931. 11 x 15⅛″. 25 imprs.
Landscape Space #4. 1939. 10 x 12¾″. (4 colors.)
Titles marked by an asterisk indicate prints in the Collection of the Museum of Modern Art, gifts of Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr.
Murals by Davis
New York, N. Y. Radio City Music Hall. Men's Lounge.

Men Without Women. 1932. Oil on canvas, 11 x 172.

Bloomington, Ind. Indiana University.

Swing Landscape. 1938. Oil on canvas, 7 x 142 Originally designed for the Williamsburgh Housing Project under the W.P.A.

New York, N. Y. Municipal Broadcasting System. Station WNYC. Studio B.

Untitled. 1939. Oil on canvas, 7 x 112.

Flushing, Long Island. New York World's Fair. Communications Building.

History of Communications. 1939. 140 x 452.


Bibliography
The arrangement is alphabetical, under the author's name, or under the title in the case of unsigned articles. Publications of museums are entered under the city in which the institution is located. Exhibition catalogs issued by private galleries and art organizations are listed under the name of the gallery or group. All material has been examined by the compiler, except item preceded by †.ABBREVIATIONS Ag August, Ap April, bibl bibliography, D December, F February, il illustration (s), Ja January, Jy July, Mr March, My May, N November, no number, O October, p page(s), por portrait, S September, sec section, sup supplement (ary).SAMPLE ENTRY for magazine article. RILEY, MAUDE. Stuart Davis exhibits his abstracted views. il Art Digest 17:7F 1 1943.EXPLANATION. An article by Maude Riley, entitled "Stuart Davis exhibits his abstracted views" is illustrated, and will be found in Art Digest, volume 17, page 7, the February 1, 1943 issue.* Items so marked are in the Museum Library.HANNAH B. MULLERWritings by Davis
*1 ABSTRACT ART IN THE AMERICAN SCENE. il Parnassus 13:100-3 Mr 1941.
2 THE ABSTRACT IN MURAL ART. In United Scenic Artists' Association. Almanac. p20 1940-41.
3 ABSTRACTION. New York Times sec9 p7 Ag 20 1939.
*4 THE AMERICAN ARTIST NOW. Now ( New York) 1no 1:7-11Ag 1941.
5 AMERICAN ARTISTS AND THE "AMERICAN SCENE." New York World Telegram p14 My 4 1935.
*6 [ AMERICAN ARTISTS' CONGRESS) Art Digest 10:25 Mr 15 1936.
*7 THE AMERICAN ARTISTS' CONGRESS. Art Front 2no 8:8D 1935.
*8 ART AND THE MASSES. Art Digest 14:13,34 O 1 1939.

Summation of points at issue in New York Times controversy between abstract and non- objectivist artists (bibl. 3, 67).

9 ART AT THE FAIR. Nation 149:112Jy 22 1939.
*9a ART OF THE CITY. In Helena Rubinstein New Art Center, New York. Masters of abstract art. p12-13 1942.
*10 THE ARTIST TODAY: THE STANDPOINT OF THE ARTISTS' UNION. American Magazine of Art 28:476-8, 506 Ag 1935.

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