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The flow of art : essays and criticisms

Author: Henry McBride; Daniel Catton Rich
Publisher: New Haven : Yale University Press, 1997.
Series: Henry McBride series in modernism and modernity.
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Named Person: Henry McBride
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry McBride; Daniel Catton Rich
ISBN: 0300069960 9780300069969 0300069979 9780300069976
OCLC Number: 37720567
Notes: Originally published: New York : Atheneum Publishers, ©1975. With new foreword.
Includes index.
Description: xii, 462 pages, [24] pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1913-1918: Cezanne at the Metropolitan, May 18, 1913 --
Bakst, Nov. 3, 1913 --
Arthur B. Davies and Cubism, Nov. 16, 1913 --
At Matisse's studio, Nov. 16, 1913 --
Stieglitz and Walkowitz. Nov. 30, 1913 --
Epstein's monument to Oscar Wilde, Nov. 30, 1913 --
Jules Pascin, Dec. 14, 1913 --
The spectre of cubism in Philadelphia, Dec. 14, 1913 --
Growth of Cubism, Feb. 8,1914 --
Brancusi, Mar. 22, 1914 --
A visit to Guillaumin, May 3, 1914 --
Pascin in New York, Oct. 25, 1914 --
Demuth's first exhibition, Nov. 1, 1914 --
African art and Stieglitz, Nov. 8, 1914 --
Robert Henri's California paintings, Nov. 22, 1914 --
Matisse at Montross, Jan. 24, 1915 --
Marin and Taste, Feb. 28, 1915 --
Maurice Stern's Bali paintings, Mar. 7, 1915 --
Picasso and Gertrude Stein in Paris, Mar. 14, 1915 --
Murals by Kenyon Cox, Oct. 17, 1915 --
Max Weber at Montross, Dec. 19, 1915 --
Cezanne, Jan. 16, 1916 --
Marin's watercolors, Jan. 22, 1916 --
John Sloan, Jan. 30, 1916 --
Maurice Stern in Chicago, Jan. 14, 1917 --
Nadelman's sculpture, Feb. 4, 1917 --
Rockwell Kent, Mar. 4, 1917 --
Unevenness of Bellows, Mar. 18, 1917 --
The death of Ryder, April 1, 1917 --
Opening of the Independents, April 15, 1917 --
More on the Independents, May 13, 1917 --
Thomas Eakins I, Nov. 4, 1917 --
Thomas Eakins II, Nov. 11, 1917 --
Correction on Eakin's "The gross clinic" and Eakins's "The rush studio," Nov. 27, 1917 --
Luncheon in Paris with Raoul Dufy, Dec. 30, 1917 --
Woodrow Wilson by Sargent, Jan. 20, 1918 --
Gaston Lachaise, Feb. 17, 1918 --
Florine Stettheimer at the Independents, Apr. 28, 1918. 1920-1928: Charles Sheeler's Bucks County barns, Feb. 22, 1920 --
The Walter Arensbergs, July 1920 --
Charles Burchfield, August 1920 --
Photographs by Stieglitz, Feb. 13, 1921 --
American arts is "Looking up," Oct. 15, 1922 --
Georgia O'Keeffe, Feb. 4, 1923 --
A prediction on Marin, Mar. 11, 1923 --
Joseph Stella and Max Weber, April 1923 --
Banquet by Pascin, Nov. 1923 --
Tzara at the theatre, Michel, Dec. 1923Bellow's crucifixion, Jan. 6, 1924 --
Decorations by J.M. Sert, Feb. 3, 1924 --
Lithographs by Bellows, Feb. 17, 1924 --
Reappearance of Duchamp's "Nude descending a staircase," Mar. 9, 1924 --
Burchfield, Mar. 22, 1924 --
Jacob Epstein and sincerity, Apr. 19, 1924 --
A Sargent retrospective, Apr. 1924 --
More on the Sargent retrospective, May 1924 --
Hopper's watercolors, Oct. 25, 1924 --
Matisse and Mestrovic, Jan. 1925 --
Seurat, Feb. 1925 --
Manship's sculpture, Feb. 7, 1925 --
Leger, Nov. 21, 1925 --
The Quinn collection, Feb. 1926 --
The Quinn collection, continued, Mar. 1926 --
Demuth, Apr. 10, 1926 --
Eilshemius, Nov. 27,1926 --
Brancusi, Feb. 1927 --
The pioneer woman, May 1927 --
Lachaise, June, 1927 --
Covarrubias in Harlem, Dec. 24,1927 --
The Brancusi case, Jan. 1928 --
O'Keeffe's recent work, Jan. 14, 1928 --
De Chirico, Jan. 28, 1928 --
A Kuniyoshi retrospective, Feb. 11, 1928 --
McBride's portrait by Lachaise, Mar. 1928 --
Miro, Dec. 1928. 1929-1938: American expatriates in Paris, Apr. 1929 --
Opening of the museum of modern art, Nov. 9, 1929 --
O'Keeffe in Taos, Jan. 8, 1930 --
Modern art, Mar. 1930 --
Matisse in New York, Mar. 8, 1930 --
Rouault, Apr. 5, 1930 --
Miro and Matisse, Oct. 25, 1930 --
Summing up Walt Kuhn, Nov. 8, 1930 --
Memorial exhibition of Pascin, Jan. 3, 1931 --
Contemporary German art, Mar. 14, 1931 --
Opening of the Whitney museum, Nov. 21, 1931 --
American primitives, Dec. 19, 1931 --
Portraits by Orpen, Jan. 23, 1932 --
Comeback for the Hudson river school, Feb. 6, 1932 --
Eilshemius as a cult, Feb. 27, 1932 --
Ben Shahn's "The passion of Sacco and Vanzetti," Apr. 16, 1932 --
Motorized Calder, May 21, 1932 --
Kandinsky's first one man exhibition in America, Nov. 12, 1932 --
Thomas Benton's murals at the Whitney museum, Dec. 10, 1932 --
Maurice Sterne in retrospect, Feb. 18, 1933 --
More paintings by Picasso, Mar. 11, 1933 --
Reginald Marsh's Bowery, Apr. 8, 1933 --
Paul Manship's sculpture, Apr. 15,1933 --
Walt Disney, the artist, May 6, 1933 --
Diego Rivera and the radio city scandal, May 13, 1933 --
Four saints in three acts at Hartford, Feb. 10, 1934 --
New York by Stuart Davis, Apr. 28,1934 --
Salvador Dali, Nov. 24, 1934 --
James Thurber's psychic art, Dec. 22, 1934 --
Philip Evergood, Jan. 26, 1935 --
John Kane's memorial exhibition, Feb. 2, 1935 --
The death of Gaston Lachaise, Oct. 26, 1935 --
Winslow Homer's watercolors, Jan. 25, 1936 --
Exhibition of abstract art at the museum of Modern art, Mar. 7, 1936 --
A Martin retrospective, Oct. 24, 1936 --
Dali and the surrealists, Dec. 19, 1936 --
Malvina Hoffman's sculptures at Richmond, Mar. 13, 1937 --
Soutine and the public, May 8, 1937 --
Tchelitchew's portraits, Nov. 6, 1937 --
Alfred Maurer, Nov. 27, 1937 --
Demuth's memorial exhibition, Dec. 18, 1937 --
Duveneck, April 16, 1938 --
Glacken's memorial exhibition, Dec. 17, 1938. a1939-1952: Balthus, Mar. 25, 1939 --
Picasso's Guernica, May 6, 1939 --
Opening of the new museum of modern art, May 13, 1939 --
El Greco, Jan. 18, 1941 --
Modern art in Richmond, Jan. 25, 1941 --
Opening of the national gallery, Mar. 22, 1941 --
Edwin Dickinson, Apr. 5, 1941 --
Ralph Blakelock, Jan. 16, 1942 --
Mondrian's first one-man show, Jan. 23, 1942 --
Tamayo, Feb. 13, 1942 --
Matta and the Henry Cliffords, Apr. 3, 1942 --
The golden age in America, May 7, 1942 --
Calder, Oct. 29, 1943 --
Georgia O'Keeffe, Jan. 15, 1944 --
The death of Mondrian, Feb. 5, 1944 --
Jean Helion, Mar. 18, 1944 --
Leger's divers, Apr. 22, 1944 --
Andre Masson, May 6, 1944 --
Morris Graves, Feb. 3, 1945 --
The work of Leger, Apr. 14, 1945 --
Charles Sheeler, Apr. 13, 1946 --
Chagall at the museum of modern art, Apr. 13, 1946 --
Dubuffett, Jan. 10, 1947 --
Winslow Homer, Feb. 21, 1947 --
Mary Cassatt, Oct. 31, 1947 --
Giacometti's first American exhibit, Jan. 23, 1948 --
Bonnard at the museum of Modern art, May 14, 1948 --
Reginald Marsh's drawings, Dec. 10, 1948 --
Thomas Cole, Jan. 14, 1949 --
Arp, Jan. 21, 1949 --
Jackson Pollock, March 1951 --
Dr. Barnes R.I.P., Sept. 1951 --
Half a century or a whole cycle, June, July, Aug. 1952.
Series Title: Henry McBride series in modernism and modernity.
Responsibility: Henry McBride ; edited by Daniel Catton Rich ; preface by Lincoln Kirstein ; with a new foreword by Hilton Kramer.

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This volume presents a collection of writing by the foremost art critic of the modern movement as it emerged in the United States after the 1913 Armory Show. McBride wrote for "The New York Sun" and  Read more...

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