LIST OF OWNERS
Public Collections are listed under the names of cities, private collections under the names of their owners. All numbers refer to the list of Kokoschka's works.
Arnold, Fr., No. 229
Aubard, Madame, No. 298
Auersperg, Countess, No. 206
Bâle, Kunstmuseum, No. 98
Barmen, Kunstverein, No. 34
Beddington-Behrens, Major, Nos. 294, 299, 302
Benario, Hugo, Nos. 111, 118, 159
Berlin, Nationalgalerie, Nos. 3, 19, 24, 113, 165, 176
Bernoulli, Christoph, Nos. 11, 29, 50, 95, 193
Bienert, Ida, Nos. 30, 166
Bloch-Bauer, F., Nos. 279
Böhler Collection, No. 61
Bremen, Kunsthalle, No. 115, 170
Breslau, Schlesisches Museum der Bildenden Künste, No. 5
Buchholz Gallery, Nos. 8, 18, 43, 95, 126, 170, 191, 194, 217, 225, 281
Buffalo, Albright Art Gallery, No. 205
Burg, Dr. Hermann, No. 57
Caspari, Galerie, Nos. 5, 9
Cassirer, Paul, Nos. 20, 27, 28, 74, 83, 93, 102, 128, 149, 175, 177, 179, 189, 191, 195, 198, 201, 205, 207, 209, 222, 223, 227, 230, 231, 237, 239, 242, 249
Chemnitz, Kunsthütte, No. 152
Cologne, Wallraf-Richartz Museum, Nos. 26, 59
Croft, The Hon. Michael, No. 285, 288, 289, 291, 292
Czechoslovak Government, No. 293
Detroit, Institute of Arts, No,. 125, 233
Dresden, Staatliche Gemäldegalerie, Nos. 17, 53, 76, 119, 123, 126, 251
Dresden, Stadt-Museum, No. 117
Drogheda, Cathleen, Countess of, Nos. 298, 307
Düsseldorf, Städt, Kunstmuseum, No. 87
Edinburgh, National Gallery of Scotland, No. 284
Eisler, O., No. 254
Elkan, Benno, No. 129
Elkan, Mrs. Ursula, No. 139
Essen, Folkwang Museum, Nos. 38, 76
Feigl, Hugo, Nos. 263, 270, 272, 274, 275, 277
Fischer, Ludwig, No. 80
Fleischmann, Marcel, Nos. 236, 238
Frankfort-on-the-Main, Städtische Galerie, No. 181
Frankfort-on-Main, Städelesches Kunstinstitut, No. 56
Franzos, Mrs. E. L., No. 18, 71
French Art Galleries, No. 250
Freund, Robert, No. 86
Fuld, Harry, No. 25
Gabrielsson, Hjalmar, No. 20
Garvens-Garvensburg, H. v., Nos. 76, 100, 107
Geier, Paul E., Nos. 38, 168
Glaeser, Max, No. 192, 235
Goldmann, Leopold, No. 22
Goldschmidt, F., No. 132
Gurlitt, Wolfgang, No. 36
Halle, Moritzburg, No. 234
Halle, Städtisches Museum, Nos. 2, 80, 109, 226

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  • Title Page 5
  • Foreword 7
  • Preface 9
  • Contents 11
  • Illustrations 13
  • I. Vienna and Berlin Beginnings 17
  • II. The War and Dresden Expressionism 128
  • IV. Prague and London the Political Artist 199
  • Appendix 245
  • On the Nature of Visions 285
  • List of Paintings and Drawings Not Connected With Illustrations 288
  • Lithographs and Drawings for Illustrations 338
  • Bibliography 346
  • List of Owners 353
  • Index 357
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