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Thu Oct 16 18:01:46 2014 UTClccn-n791224780.00Records, 1924-[ongoing]0.611.00Andrew Dasburg Papers,68941640n 79122478354083Agee, BillAgee Bill 1936-....Agee, Williamlccn-n81035419Addison Gallery of American Artlccn-n80120520Museum of Fine Arts, Houstonlccn-n79032811Whitney Museum of American Artlccn-n79119321Bruce, Patrick Henry1881-1936hnrlccn-n79009822Wilkin, Karen1940-np-rose, barbaraRose, Barbaranc-museum of modern art new york n yMuseum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)lccn-n79046025Virginia Museum of Fine Artslccn-n88031142Turner, Elizabeth Hutton1952-pbdlccn-n84005420Balken, Debra BrickerAgee, William C.Exhibition catalogsCatalogsCriticism, interpretation, etcArt, AmericanUnited StatesModernism (Art)Art--Private collectionsArtDove, Arthur Garfield,Painting, AmericanBruce, Patrick Henry,Porter, FairfieldMassachusetts--AndoverAddison Gallery of American ArtColor in artNew York (State)--New YorkDuchamp-Villon, Raymond,Graham, John,FriendshipMarca-Relli, Conrad,Kainen, JacobCollage, AmericanCanadaPainting, CanadianPost-impressionism (Art)Davis, Stuart,Ebsworth, Barney AFrancis, Sam,Arkansas--BentonvilleJudd, Donald,Daugherty, James,Painting, AbstractCrawford, Ralston,Morgan, Barbara Brooks,Photography, ArtisticSynchromism (Art)M. Knoedler & CoArt museumsAgee, William CFrancis, SamCalifornia--PasadenaPasadena Art MuseumEmployeesArt museum directorsMuseum of Fine Arts, HoustonSweeney, James Johnson,Museum of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles, Calif.)TexasArt, AbstractMuseumsMuseum trusteesWhite, Victor,Tucker, Anne193619641965196619671968197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920112012201320149498180350759.13N6512.5.M63ocn797903916ocn799933523ocn797659650ocn852722856ocn821158243ocn461961933ocn186658415ocn1225140367208ocn036817081book19970.47Balken, Debra BrickerArthur Dove : a retrospectiveExhibition catalogs"The American artist Arthur Dove (1880-1946), purportedly the first artist to have produced an abstract painting, has always occupied a central place in writings on early American modernism. This book accompanies the first major exhibition on Dove since 1974. The exhibition, organized by the Addison Gallery of American Art and The Phillips Collection, covers the period from 1908, the year after Dove took up painting, through 1946, the year of his death. It is comprised of approximately eighty paintings, collages, pastels, and charcoal drawings."--BOOK JACKET+-+588975717564111ocn005749808book19790.53Agee, William CPatrick Henry Bruce, American modernist : a catalogue raisonne4844ocn045446384book20010.50Ludman, JoanFairfield Porter : a catalogue raisonneĢ of the paintings, watercolors, and pastelsCatalogs"Fairfield Porter (1907-1975) is one of the great American artists of the postwar period. His work is widely loved for its lyricism and apparently realist subject matter: still lifes, studio and other interiors, landscapes in Southampton, N.Y., and Great Spruce Head Island in Penobscot Bay, Maine, and portraits - including his many friends among the leading poets and artists of the New York School. Yet he was as concerned with color, light, paint handling, and composition as the Abstract Expressionists. The "natural" look of his paintings was achieved after a lifetime spent at his craft. In line with a long American tradition, Porter's art insists on the concrete and the specific rather than on the European heritage of the ideal and the general." "This project documents every known painting by Porter, more than 1,300 in all, dating from 1924 to 1975. Three essays by leading authorities place the work in the context of Porter's biography and ideology: "The Thought behind the Painting" by Rackstraw Downes; "An American Painter 'Dense with Experience'" by William C. Agee; and "A Life in Art" by John T. Spike. This definitive reference also includes a Chronology, Selected Bibliography, list of Museum and Corporate Collections, and Index."--BOOK JACKET+-+60160400064796ocn063660262book20060.56Agee, William CComing of age : American art, 1850s to 1950sExhibition catalogs"From the 1850s to the 1950s, American art and culture progressed from provincial status to international prominence, and American art transitioned from figurative depictions of the particular to abstract interpretation of universal ideals. This book chronicles this complex century of maturation through a selection of paintings from the collection of the Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover Massachusetts."--BOOK JACKET+-+287066558546311ocn000266181book19670.59Agee, William CRaymond Duchamp-Villon, 1876-1918Criticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogs4584ocn808421652book20130.66Agee, William CMasterpieces of American modernism : from the Vilcek CollectionCatalogs"Modernism, referring to the period dating roughly from the late 19th century to 1970, is regarded as a crucial moment in the history and development of American art. Although modernist artists adopted a wide range of styles, they were linked by a desire to interpret a rapidly changing society and to cast aside the conventions of representational art. Some, such as Stuart Davis and Joseph Stella, responded to consumerism, urbanism, and industrial technology; others, such as Arthur Dove and Georgia O'Keeffe, found inspiration in nature and the Native American culture of the Southwest. This magnificent new book presents the works of the Vilcek Collection, an unparalleled private collection of American modernist paintings, drawings, and sculpture."--Jacket4178ocn711045531book20110.59Agee, William CAmerican vanguards : Graham, Davis, Gorky, De Kooning, and their circle, 1927-1942Exhibition catalogs+-+42167655853983ocn001555599book19670.66Marca-Relli, ConradMarca-RelliExhibition catalogs38411ocn028113181book19930.63Kainen, JacobJacob KainenExhibition catalogs3224ocn013537814book19860.66Morrin, PeterThe Advent of modernism : post-impressionism and North American art, 1900-1918Exhibition catalogs3094ocn062282717book20070.74Davis, StuartStuart Davis : a catalogue raisonneĢCatalogs+-+96345655853037ocn019127527book19870.74Buckley, Charles EThe Ebsworth Collection : American Modernism, 1911-1947Exhibition catalogs2869ocn040180186book19990.56Agee, William CSam Francis : paintings, 1947-1990Exhibition catalogs2534ocn731192679book20110.56Crystal Bridges Museum of American ArtCelebrating the American spirit : masterworks from Crystal Bridges Museum of American ArtCatalogs2363ocn000049401book19680.77Agee, William CThe 1930's: painting & sculpture in AmericaExhibition catalogs1903ocn000182233book19680.84Judd, DonaldDon JuddExhibition catalogs1832ocn049949939book20020.70Daugherty, JamesJames Daugherty, 1887-1974 : late abstractions : June 6-July 6, 2002Exhibition catalogs1714ocn010396036book19830.59Agee, William CRalston CrawfordCatalogs+-+23579179453241675ocn001035857book19650.84Agee, William CSynchromism and color principles in American painting, 1910-1930 : October 12-November 6, 1965CatalogsExhibition catalogs1633ocn020665045book19880.74Carter, Curtis LBarbara Morgan : prints, drawings, watercolors & photographsExhibition catalogs+-+761755623542ocn023438611book19890.82Agee, William CPasadena Art Museum, William C. AgeeHistoryInterviewsInterview of William C. Agee, Pasadena Art Museum, director of exhibitions and collections, 1970-71, and director, 1971-7411ocn849527483mix1.00Dasburg, AndrewAndrew Dasburg PapersArchivesCorrespondence, photographs of work, exhibition catalogs, and miscellaneous published material11ocn030617727mix19900.47Burton, Elizabeth SPasadena Art Museum, Elizabeth S. BurtonHistoryInterviewsBurton briefly discusses her own background, but mostly talks about her affiliation with the Pasadena Art Museum, including various individuals associated with it. She also discusses the fund-raising activities of the Art Alliance of the Pasadena Art Museum, as well as the exhibition and acquisition program and the design of the new building constructed at Colorado and Orange Grove Blvds11ocn122692621mixMuseum of Fine Arts, HoustonExhibition filesThe files include annotated exhibition catalogues; box lists; brochures; catalogue drafts and galley proofs; checklists; correspondence; greensheets; invitations; loan forms and receipts; memoranda; newspaper clippings (photocopies); plot plans for works of art; press releases; research notes; and shipping receipts11ocn122530436mixMuseum of Fine Arts, HoustonThis record group contains correspondence (both internal and external), subject files, and reader files generated by the Office of the Director01ocn122684472mixDasburg, AndrewArchivesCorrespondents include William C. Agee, John H. Bradley, Alexander Brook, Louise Bryant, Jerry Bywaters, Witter Bynner, Peggy Church, Howard Cook, Philip Dedrick, Arthur Davison Ficke, Edwin Gamble, Marsden Hartley, Richard Hollander, Lila Howard, D.H. Lawrence, Ward Lockwood, Erle Loran, Mabel Dodge Luhan, Henry Lee McFee, John Marin, Georgia O'Keeffe, Louis Ribak, Morgan Russell, Lesley Simpson, Carl Van Vechten, Victor White, Owen Wister, and others01ocn122612173mixWhitney Museum of American ArtRecords and correspondenceExhibition catalogsSUMMARY. Files of James Monte, William C. Agee, Marcia Tucker, Robert Doty and others related to viewings for Biennial exhibitions and group or theme shows, 1970-74 (Box 297). Records also include correspondence and reports for the Ford Foundation travel program, 1967-74 (Box 300), in which curators examined the work of artists in different American regions+-+5889757175+-+5889757175Thu Oct 16 15:04:45 EDT 2014batch22915