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Avant-garde painting & sculpture in America, 1910-25 : [exhibition] Delaware Art Museum, April 4-May 18, 1975

Author: William Innes Homer; University of Delaware.; University of Delaware. Department of Art History.; University of Delaware. Division of Museum Studies.; Delaware Art Museum.
Publisher: Wilmington : Delaware Art Museum, [1975]
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
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Avant-garde painting & sculpture in America, 1910-25.
Wilmington, : Delaware Art Museum, [1975]
(OCoLC)633022000
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Innes Homer; University of Delaware.; University of Delaware. Department of Art History.; University of Delaware. Division of Museum Studies.; Delaware Art Museum.
OCLC Number: 1365040
Notes: "Organized by the Department of Art History and Division of Museum Studies, University of Delaware, in cooperation with the Delaware Art Museum."
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Description: 176 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: The rise of the avant-garde in America: issues and aesthetics. --
Progressives vs. the academy at the turn of the century. --
The Stieglitz circle. --
The Armory Show and its aftermath. --
Mabel Dodge and her salon. --
The synchromists. --
New York Dada and the Arensberg circle. --
The Forum Exhibition. --
The Society of Independent Artists. --
Advanced tendencies in American sculpture, 1910-25. --
Changing patterns in the avant-garde, 1917-25. --
Artists and their work. --
Chronology. --
Modern art and its sources: exhibitions in New York, 1910-25. --
Lenders to the exhibition. --
Catalogue of the exhibition.
Responsibility: co-sponsored by the University of Delaware & Delaware Art Museum ; [William Innes Homer, general editor].

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