German Art of the Twentieth Century

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selected bibliography

The following 230 references offer a representative cross-section of the relevant literature, emphasizing, within the available space, items most directly related to the exhibition. Many of these titles contain additional bibliographical citations. For convenience the material has been grouped as follows: General (1-34), Movements and Groups (35-79), Painting (80-92), Sculpture (93-103), Graphics (104-117), Individual Artists (118-222).
Nancy Riegen, Reference Librarian


GENERAL

Books
1. BARR Alfred H., Jr. "Cubism and Abstract Art."249p. ill. New York, Museum of Modern Art, 1936. Abstract Expressionism in Germany, p. 64-72.
2. BURGER Fritz. Einführung in die moderne Kunst. 136p. ill. Berlin, Athenaion, 1917.
3. EINSTEIN Carl. Die Kunst des 20. Jahrhunderts. 3d. ed. 655p. ill. Berlin, Propyläen Verlag, 1931. 1st ed. 1926; 2d ed. 1931.
4. GROTE Ludwig. Deutsche Kunst im zwanzigsten Jahrhundert. 2d. rev. ed.151p. ill. Munich, Prestel, 1954. 1st ed. 1953, based on the 1953 Lucerne exhibition of German art. See bibl. 20.
5. HILDEBRANDT Hans. Die Kunst des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts. 458p. ill. Wildpark-Potsdam, Athenaion, 1924.
6. HUYGHE René, ed. L'Allemagne et l'Europe centrale. In Huyghe René, ed. Histoire de l'Art contemporain. Paris, Alcan, 1935. ch. 16 p. 417-446ill.Bibliographies. Partial contents: "L'Impressionisme et l'Expressionisme en Allemagne" par Paul Westheim. -- "L' Art non-figuratif en Allemagne" par Will Grohmann. -- "La Peinture de l'Allemagne inquiète" par Fritz Schiff.
7. RAYNAL Maurice, ed. The History of Modern Painting. 3 v. ill. Geneva, Skira, 1949-50. Vol. 2. "Matisse, Munch, Rouault: Fauvism, Expressionism" contains sections on Die Brücke and Expressionism with chapters on Modersohn- Becker, Kirchner, Schmidt-Rottluff, Kandinsky, Jawlensky, Nolde and Kokoschka; vol. 3. "From Picasso to Surrealiam" contains chapters on the Blaue Reiter, Kandinsky, Marc, Klee and the Bauhaus. Bibliographies by Hans Bolliger; special expressionist bibliography in German edition of vol. 2.
8. 8 READ Herbert. Art Now: an introduction to the theory of modern painting and sculpture, rev. and enl. ed. 144p. ill. London, Faber and Faber, 1948.
9. SAUERLANDT Max. Die Kunst der letzten 30 Jahre. 208p. ill. Berlin, Rembrandt, 1935. 2d ed. Hamburg, Laatzen, 1948.
10. SCHMIDT Paul Ferdinand. Jüngste Entwicklung. In his Kunst der Gegenwart. p. 84-127ill.Wildpark-Potsdam, Athenaion, 1923.
11. THIELE Ernst. Die Situation der Bildenden Kunst in Deutschland. 143p. Stuttgart, Cologne, Kohlhammer, 1954. Partial contents: Die Situation der Bildenden Kunst in Deutschland von Eduard Trier. -- Sammlungen und Ausstellungen zeitgenössischer Kunst von Kurt Martin. -- Deutsches Schrifttum zur zeitgenössischen Kunst im Spiegel der Presse.
12. THIEME Ulrich and BECKER Felix. Allgemeines Lexikon der Bildenden Kiinstler. 37 v. Leipzig, Seemann, 1907- 1950. Supplemented by VOLLMER, Hans. Allgemeines Lexikon der Bildenden Kiinstler des XX. Jahrhunderts. In progress. 3 v. pubd. Leipzig, Seemann, 1953-current.
13. THOENE Peter, pseud. Modern German Art. 108p. ill. Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England, Penguin Books, 1938.
14. SCHEFFLER Karl. Geschichte der europäischen Malerei vom Impressionismus his zur Gegenwart. Geschichte der europäischen Plastik im neunzehnten und zwanzigsten Jahrhundert. 348p. ill. Berlin, Cassirer, 1927.
15. WESTHEIM Paul. Für und Wider: kritische Anmerkungen zur Kunst der Gegenwart. 192p. ill.A collection of essays on art and artists including Hofer, Barlach, Beckmann, Schmidt-Rottluff, Mueller, Rohlfs, Grosz and Belling.

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  • 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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