American Artists, Authors, and Collectors: The Walter Pach Letters 1906-1958

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SUNY Press, Jan 1, 2002 - Literary Collections - 407 pages
Sharing for the first time the life-long correspondence between Walter Pach artist, author, art critic, art consultant, teacher, museum lecturer and many of the most influential members of the literary and art worlds of his day, this book reveals Pach to be one of the unsung heroes who promoted European and American modern art during the first half of the twentieth century.
 

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Contents

WALTER C ARENSBERG 18781954
31
FREDERIC C TORREY
53
BERNARD BERENSON 18651959
58
VAN WYCK BROOKS 18861963
93
BRYSON BURROUGHS 18691934
119
ARTHUR B DAVIES 18621928
136
KATHERINE DREIER 18771952
144
MARCEL DUCHAMP 18871968
150
DUNCAN PHILLIPS 18861966
226
MAURICE PRENDERGAST 18581924
238
JOHN QUINN 18701924
245
ABBY ALDRICH ROCKEFELLER 18741948
322
ALBERT PINKHAM RYDER 18471917
334
PAUL J SACHS 18781965
337
MORTON L SCHAMBERG 18821918
358
CHARLES SHEELER 18831965
366

SUSAN MACDOWELL EAKINS 18511938
158
ARTHUR BURDETT FROST JR 18871917
169
CHILDE HASSAM 18591935
173
ROBERT HENRY 18651929
177
FISKE KIMBALL 18881955
183
ALICE KLAUBER 18711951
192
LEWIS MUMFORD 18951990
204
JOHN SLOAN 18711951
370
MICHAEL STEIN 18651938
382
ALFRED STIEGLITZ 18641946
389
J ALDEN WEIR 18521919
393
BIBLIOGRAPHY
397
INDEX
405
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Bennard B. Perlman is former Professor and Chair of the Department of Fine and Applied Arts at the Baltimore City Community College and has lectured extensively on American art. He is the author of many books, including The Lives, Loves, and Art of Arthur B. Davies, also published by SUNY Press, and The Immortal Eight: American Painting from Eakins to the Armory Show, 1870 1913.

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