INDEX
The figures in italics refer to illustrations. Titles of works are translated into English, except those which appear printed under lithographs, over plays or other publications.
Academy of Art, Dresden, 151-153, 174
Acrobat seen from Back, 31, 290
Acrobat's Daughter, The, 35, 290
Adler, Alfred, 300
Adler, Viktor, 19
Admiral Tegethoff in the Battle of Lissa, 26
Aigues Mortes, 178, 185, 318
Algérienne au Tonneau, 181, 329
Alice in Wonderland. SeeAnschluss
Alos Makar, 172
Alpine Landscape, 117, 300
Alt, Rudolf, 29
Altenberg, Peter, 21, 44, 47, 82, 90- 94, 95, 291
Amiet, Cuno, 70
Amsterdam, 178, 318
Anima, 173, 345
Annecy, 179, 189, 325, 329
Annunciation The (Lithograph), 341
Annunciation, The (Painting), 162, 297
Annunzio, Gabriele d', 67
Anschluss (Alice in Wonderland), 19, 235, 238, 268, 336
Anticoli. See Harvest at Anticoli
Arab Women, 177, 180, 193-194, 326
Archie A. Goodale, 78
Archipenko, Alexander, 73
Architectural Drawing, 303
Arrhenius, Svante, 137, 307
Art Nouveau, 29 n., 30, 34, 36, 38, 41, 54, 72, 131
Artist's Brother, The. SeeKokoschka Bohuslav
Artist's Father, The, 342
Artists' International Association, 237
Artist's Mother,The. SeeKokoschka, Romana
Astaire, Adèle ( Lady Charles Cavendish), 178, 192, 193, 321
Athlete, The, 78
Atlas Mountains, 174, 179
Augustusbrücke. See Dresden
Ausruhende Tänzerin, 339
Avignon, 178, 183, 318
Axes, The. See The Red Egg
Bachkantate, 73, 124-127, 155, 173, 340
Bahr, Hermann, 129
Bang, Hermann, 201
Baroque, 20, 27, 29, 33, 130, 133, 139, 161 n., 184, 189, 201, 215
Bather: Nude seated, 334
Baudelaire, Charles, 20, 50, 50 n., 158
Bauer, Herr, 303
Baum, Peter, 52, 293
Beardsley, Aubrey Vincent, 28
Becker-Modersohn, Paula, 28
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 92, 129
Belauscht, 339
Bell, Clive, 221 n.
Belotto, Bernardo, 139
Beneš, Eduard, 227, 230
Berg, Alban, 42
Berlin, 28, 63-68, 80, 84, 110, 141 n., 161, 179, 198, 319
Bernini, Lorenzo, 216
Betty, Miss, 331
Bewusstsein der Gesichte, 104, 172
Biarritz, 178, 185, 317
Bienert, Ida, 161
Biermann, Georg, 51 n.
Bildenden Künste, Die, 157
Binyon, Laurence, 46

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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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