Masterpieces from the David and Peggy Rockefeller Collection: Manet to Picasso
Museum of Modern Art, 1994 - Antiques & Collectibles - 100 pages
This magnificent treasury showcases 21 paintings--by such masters as Renoir, Monet, and Seurat--given to the Museum of Modern Art in New York by David and Peggy Rockefeller. Reproduced in full color, the works provide a fresh look at the early flowering of the modern spirit in painting. Kirk Varnedoe presents an illuminating commentary on each painting.
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Alex Reid artist background Brettell Brioche Cachin Camille Pissarro catalogue raisonne Century Cezanne's Charing Cross Bridge Claude Monet Cogniat collage composition Cubism Daix dated David and Peggy decorative Derain donors retaining Durand-Ruel early Edouard Manet Elderfield exh1b1t1ons exhibition Fauve Fauvism Felix Feneon Fractional gift Gallery of Art Georges Braque Georges Seurat Gertrude Stein gift of David Gogh Guitar Haan's Halperin Henri Matisse Henry's Horta de Ebro Impressionism Impressionist Juan Gris June Kahnweiler L'Estaque landscape later London Meyer de Haan Modern Art motif Musee Museum of Art Museum of Modern National Gallery Neo-Impressionism oeuvre Oil on canvas Pablo Picasso painter Paris Paul Cezanne Paul Gauguin Paul Signac Picasso and Braque picture Pierre Bonnard Pont-Aven Pontoise Pouldu printed in color Reid and Lefevre Renoir repr Revue blanche Rewald Rockefeller the donors Rubin Salon Sept Seurat studio summer Vollard wallpaper watercolor Wildenstein