German Art of the Twentieth Century

By Werner Haftmann; Alfred Hentzen et al. | Go to book overview

Trustees of the Museum of Modern Art

Nelson A. Rockefeller, Chairman of the Board; Henry Allen Moe, Vice-Chairman; William A. M. Burden, President; Mrs. David M. Levy, Vice-President; Alfred H. Barr, Jr., Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss, Stephen C. Clark, Ralph F. Colin, *Mrs. W. Murray Crane, René d'Harnoncourt, Mrs. Edsel B. Ford, Philip L. Goodwin, A. Conger Goodyear, *Mrs. Simon Guggenheim, Wallace K. Harrison, Mrs. Walter Hochschild, * James W. Husted, Mrs. Albert D. Lasker, Mrs. Henry R. Luce, Ranald H. Macdonald, Mrs. Samuel A. Marx, Mrs. G. Macculloch Miller, William S. Paley, Mrs. Bliss Parkinson, Mrs. Charles S. Payson, * Duncan Phillips, Andrew Carnduff Ritchie, David Rockefeller, Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, 3rd, * Beardsley Ruml, * Paul J. Sachs, John L. Senior, Jr., James Thrall Soby, Edward M. M. Warburg, Monroe Wheeler, John Hay Whitney


Trustees of the City Art Museum of St. Louis

Daniel K. Catlin, President; Henry P. Pflager, Vice-President; Guy L. Blackmer, Treasurer; William H. Bixby, Ewald R. Froese, Miss Martha Love, Roland Richards, Sydney M. Shoenberg, Mrs. Mark C. Steinberg

Published by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1957

All rights reserved

Library of Congress Catalogue Card Number 57-11679 Typography by Charles Oscar; cover design by Otl Aicher Printed in Germany by Brüder Hartmann, Berlin

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Honorary Trustee for Life

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Lenders to the Exhibition 5
  • Contents 7
  • Foreword 11
  • Painting 13
  • Sculpture 141
  • Prints 185
  • Catalogue of the Exhibition 219
  • Selected Bibliography 227
  • Photograph Credits 236
  • Index 237
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