American Artists, Authors, and Collectors: The Walter Pach Letters 1906-1958
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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Walter C Arensberg
Frederic C Torrey
Van Wyck Brooks
Arthur B Davies
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller
Albert Pinkham Ryder
Paul J Sachs
Morton L Schamberg
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American Art April Archives of American Armory Show Art Museum Arthur artists asked Berenson Bryson Burroughs Carroll Galleries catalogue Cezanne Charles Sheeler collection cordially cubist Davies dear Pach Dear Van Wyck Dear Walter Pach Delacroix Derain Diego Diego Rivera drawings Eakins Elie Faure etchings exhibition feel France Freeman French give glad going Henri hope Ingres interest Jacques Villon John Quinn John Sloan lectures Louvre Magazine Magda Marcel Duchamp Matisse matter Metropolitan Museum Miss Modern Art Museum of Art Museum of Modern Oil on canvas Pach New York Pach's painter painting Paris Philadelphia Museum photograph Picasso portrait Prendergast Raymond Duchamp-Villon regards Rivera Rockefeller Sachs Schamberg sculpture sent Sheeler sincerely Source of Letters Stein studied sure thank things Thomas Eakins Van Wyck Brooks Villon Walt Kuhn Walter Arensberg Walter Pach week wishes write wrote
Page 13 - It is well to remember that a picture before being a battle horse, a nude woman, or some anecdote—is essentially a flat surface covered with colors assembled in a certain order."
Page 26 - in. The Baltimore Museum of Art: The Cone Collection, formed by Dr. Claribel Cone and Miss Etta Cone of Baltimore, Maryland. BMA
Page 17 - The Fountain may be a very useful object in its place, but its place is not an art exhibition and it is, by no definition, a work of art.