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Archives related to: Modern Gallery (New York, N.Y.)

titleModern Gallery exhibition catalogs, [ca. 1915-1920].
repositoryArchives of American Art
description"Picabia Exhibition," 16 works exhibited by Francis Picabia, undated; "Exhibition of Paintings, Water Colors, and Drawings," by Honore Daumier, Constantin Guys and Henri De Toulouse-Lautrec, undated, 34 works exhibited; "Exhibition of Paintings, Drawings & Etchings," by Helène Perdriat, undated; "Exhibition of Drawings and Water Colors," by Marie Laurencin, undated, forward by M. De Zayas; "Exhibition of Water Colors and Drawings," 1918, by Marie Laurencin, Manuel Cano [Paso], Andre Derain, Gustave De Gwozdecki, Morton Schamberg, and Charles Sheeler; and "Exhibition of African Negro Sculpture," 1918, 41 sculptures exhibited.

Bio / His Notes:
Art gallery at 500 5th Avenue, New York, N.Y.
extent6 items, reel 4859 (fr. 609-617)
formatsExhibition Catalogs
accessPatrons must use microfilm copy.
record sourcehttp://www.siris.si.edu/
updated11/18/2014 16:49:37
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titleM. de Zayas exhibition catalogs, 1919-1920.
repositoryArchives of American Art
description"Exhibition of Chinese Paintings, from the collection of Charles Vignier," 1919; "Exhibition of African Negro Sculpture," 1919, 22 works exhibited; "Exhibition of Paintings," by Courbet, Manet, Degas, Renoir, Cezanne, Seurat, and Matisse, (1919), 22 works exhibited; and catalogs of one person exhibitions of John Covert, Arthur B. Davies, Charles Sheeler, and Walt Kuhn. Kuhn catalog annotated on cover "De Zayas exhibition of W.K. Westerns'" and marked throughout with notes and corrections, probably by Walt Kuhn.

Contained in:
Miscellaneous art exhibition catalog collection, 1887-1934 (bulk 1915-1925)
extent7 items, reel 4859 (fr. 287-336)
formatsExhibition Catalogs
accessPatrons must use microfilm copy.
record sourcehttp://www.siris.si.edu/
updated11/12/2014 11:29:54
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titleMarius de Zayas Papers, 1814-1948.
repositoryColumbia University Libraries
descriptionA large collection of the letters and manuscripts of Rafael de Zayas Enriquez, as well as a miscellaneous collection of letters and bills of sale pertaining to the activities of Marius de Zayas. The Rafael de Zayas Enriquez papers include letters, manuscripts, books, and clippings. His writings reflect his many and varied talents and interests: history, poetry, sociology, novels, and plays. His manuscripts and books comprise the bulk of this collection. The photocopies of letters to Marius de Zayas pertain to the magazine "391" and the Modern Gallery. There is correspondence from Pablo Picasso, Diego Rivera, Paul Guillaume, Max Jacob. Agnes Meyer, Alfred Stieglitz, Tristan Tzara, and Max Weber. The majority of these letters are unpublished although some of the most important ones appear in Michael Sanouillet's Francia Picabia et "291" (Paris, 1966).

Biographical and Historical Note:
Painter.
extent6.5 linear ft (3000 items in 13 boxes).
formatsCorrespondence Financial Records Clippings Printed Materials Writings
accessContact repository for restrictions and policies.
record sourcehttp://www.loc.gov/coll/nucmc/
acquisition informationGift of Rodrigo de Zayas, 1972. Gift of Nicole de Zayas, 1997
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titleMarius de Zayas Research Collection for How, When and Why Modern Art Came to New York, ca. 1910-1936.
repositoryWhitney Museum of American Art
descriptionFor further information see http://library.whitney.org/
extent0.5 linear feet. 1 document box.
formatsCorrespondence Research Files Clippings Ephemera
accessContact repository for restrictions and policies. To use the Library, patrons are required to please state their request in the body of an email, in advance, and send the message to library@whitney.org.
record sourcehttp://www.loc.gov/coll/nucmc/
finding aidFinding aid available at repository.
acquisition informationis research material was assembled by Francis M. Naumann in the early 1990s in preparation for publication of How, When and Why Modern Art Came to New York, published in 1996. It was given by Naumann to Michael FitzGerald for use in the later's research. FitzGerald then suggested that Naumann donate the material to the Whitney Museum library, which he did in 2003. Rodrigo de Zayas, of Seville, Spain, who holds the orginals of the bulk of this material, and has consented to its being made available to researchers at the Whitney Museum Library.
updated11/12/2014 11:29:59
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