4 edition of Albert Gleizes et tempête dans les salons, 1910-1914 found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 57 p. :|
|Number of Pages||53|
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2 by 99 cm 48. French Painting Today: A Loan Exhibition arranged betweenn the French and Australian Governments, January— February; The National Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, March—April; The Queensland National Art Gallery, Brisbane, April—May; The National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, June—July; The National Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, August; The Public Library Museum and Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, September 1953.
See also Galeries Durand-Ruel, Paris, 1925, and Wildenstein Galleries, New York, 1926.
5 illustrated in the catalogue. Picabia Exhibition, January 5—25, 1916. Hesse, chez Mornay, 1923, pet. Metzinger's Tea-time, a work that attracted much attention at the Salon d'automne of 1911, is like a pictorial demonstration of Gleizes's text. Exposition PicabiaMarch-April 1906 pas de catalogue. Miller "as a representation of the fourth dimension. dans le recueil de la Soc.
- Paris : Editions du Centre Pompidou, 2006 sous la dir. Gleizes and the Italian-American artist had been friends since 1915 and it has been of interest to compare this painting with Stella's Brooklyn Bridge of 1919-20. — Joseph Castel, Homme Bleu, 1er Roi de Lille, 1858. Femme assise dans sa baignoire, lithogr.
A Handbook of twentieth century art to accompany the exhibition, Selections from the NYU Art Collection, March 12—April 15, 1973.
, chez Louis Colas, 1844-1845.
] her right hand delicately suspends the spoon between cup and mouth.