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Turner and the Masters Tate Britain (London, UK) from 21 Sep 2009 until 24 Jan 2010.

Thomas Girtin (1775-1802, born: London, died: London)

X26035 Lindisfarne Castle, Holy Island

c. 1797

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on paper, unique Watercolour on paper support: 381 x 520 mm frame: 610 x 762 mm

Provenance: Coll: Hopkins (St Michael's Mount) W Palser, 1906; Metropolitan Museum, , Rogers Fund, 1906

Nationality of Artist: British Identifying Marks:Not Known Catalogue Raisonne: Thomas Girtin and David Loshak, "The Art of Thomas Girtin, with a catalogue" (London, 1954), p. 159, no. 185

Jacob van Ruisdael (1628-1682)

X22034 Rough Sea at Jetty

1650s Oil on canvas support: 985 x 1314 mm frame: 1295 x 1651 x 102 mm Purchased in 1989 Provenance: (Hoogeveen et. al. sale, van de Linden and de Winter, , 5 June 1765, no. 36 ); purchased for 214 Dutch florins by (Pierre Fouquet, Amsterdam) for Gerrit Braamcamp [1699 -1771], Amsterdam; (his sale, de Bosch, Amsterdam, 4 June 1766, no. 6, as by Dubbels); bought in, 160 Dutch florins, for Braamcamp; (his sale, van de Schley, Amsterdam, 31 July 1771, no. 198); purchased by (Pierre Fouquet) for 264 Dutch florins. (Paillet and Coclers, ); (their sale, Paris, 26-27 August 1801, no. 17); sold to (or bought in by) Louis-François-Jacques Boileau for 1460 francs. (Jaufret, et al. sale, Paillet and Delaroche, Paris, 18-25 April 1803, no. 199); purchased for 1601 francs by Sigismund Ehrenreich, Graf von Redern [1761-1841]. Marquês de Marialva, probably Pedro José Joaquim Vito de Menezes, 6th marquês de Marialva and 8th count of Cantanhede [1765- 1823], Portugal; his heirs, Portugal; purchased for 9000 francs (£360) by (John Smith, London), 1824; purchased for £500 by Robert Bankes Jenkinson, 2nd earl of Liverpool [1770-1828], 1826; (his sale, Christie's, London, 25 March 1829, no. 76); purchased for £530.5 for Henry Petty- FitzMaurice, 3rd marquess of Lansdowne [1780-1863], Bowood House, Calne, Wiltshire; by descent to his son, Henry Petty-FitzMaurice, 4th marquess of Lansdowne [1816-66], Bowood House, Calne, Wiltshire; by descent to his son, Henry Charles Keith Petty-FitzMaurice, 5th marquess of Lansdowne, and 9th lord Nairne [1845-1927], Bowood House, Calne, Wiltshire; by descent to his son, Henry William Edmond Petty-FitzMaurice, 6th marquess of Lansdowne, and 10th lord Nairne [1872-1936], Bowood House, Calne, Wiltshire; by descent to his son, Charles Hope Petty- FitzMaurice, 7th marquess of Lansdowne, 11th lord Nairne [1917-1944], Bowood House, Calne, Wiltshire. Probably his sister, Katherine Evelyn Constance Petty-FitzMaurice Bigham, Lady Nairne [1912-1995], Bignor Park, Pulborough, Sussex. (Possibly Thomas Agnew and Sons, London, c. 1950-55). Possibly private collection, England. (Thomas Agnew and Sons, London, by 1977); Charles C. Cunningham [1910-1979], Boston, 1977; probably his heirs; purchased by (Artemis, London), 1988; (French and Company, Inc., New York); purchased by Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, 1989.

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying Marks: Place of manufacture:

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Catalogue Raisonne:

X26038 Rough Sea

c.1670 painting Oil on canvas support: 1070 x 1258 mm frame: 1378 x 1556 x 89 mm

Provenance: Acquired in Holstein, Germany by Georg Ernst Harzen (b. 1790 - d. 1863), Hamburg. Richard Foster (d. 1830), Clewer Park, Berkshire, England; by descent to Edmund Foster (d. 1863), Clewer Park; by descent to Edmund Benson Foster (b. about 1850), Clewer Park; July 13, 1895, Richard Foster sale, Christie, Manson, and Woods, London, lot 70, to Colnaghi. Until 1906, Alfred Beit (b. 1853 - d. 1906), London; 1906, by inheritance to his brother, Sir Otto John Beit (b. 1865 - d. 1930), London [see note 1]; 1930, probably by inheritance to his widow or his son, Sir Alfred Lane Beit (b. 1903 - d. 1994), London [see note 2]. Duits, London. 1956, Rudolf J. Heinemann (dealer, b. 1920 - d. 1975), New York and Agnew's, London (joint account) [see note 3]; 1957, sold by Heinemann to the MFA for $39,000. (Accession Date: January 10, 1957)

NOTES: [1] The painting was in his possession until at least 1929, when he lent it to the Exhibition of Dutch Art, 1450-1900 (London: Royal Academy of Art, 1929), cat. no. 100. [2] Upon Otto Beit's death in 1930, his collection was divided between his widow and his son. See Adrian Le Harivel et al., "The Beit Collection" (Dublin: National Gallery of Ireland, 1988). [3] Agnew's purchased a half-share in the painting from Heinemann in October, 1956 and sold it back to him in February, 1957.

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying Marks: Signature lower left, Ruisdael Place of Manufacture: Not Known

Catalogue Raisonne:

Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851, born: London, died: Chelsea)

X26037

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1835 painting Oil on canvas support: 912 x 1333 mm

Provenance: H.A. Munro of Novar, London (by 1847-60; sale, Christie's, London, March 26, 1860, no. 150, for £2,520 to Gambart); [Gambart, London, from 1860; sold to Heugh]; John Heugh, Manchester (until 1862, sold to Angew); [Agnew, London, 1862; sold to Mendel]; Sam Mensel, Manley Hall, Manchester (1862-75; cat., 1867, no. 125; his sale, Christie's, London, April 24, 1875, no. 445, for £7,350 to Agnew); [Agnew, London, 1875, sold to Dudley]; WIlliam Ward, 1st Earl of Dudley, Dudley House, London (1875-d. 1885); William Humble Ward, 2nd Early of Dudley, Dudley House (1865- 1886/7; sold through Farrer to Vanderbilt); Cornelius Vanderbilt, New York (1886/87-d. 1899); Metropolitan Museum, New York, bequest of Cornelius Vanderbilt, 1899 (99.31)

Nationality of Artist: British Identifying marks: none Place of Manufacture: Not recorded

Catalogue Raisonne: Martin Butlin and Evelyn Joll, "The of J.M.W.Turner", revised edition (New Haven and London, 1984) p. 212, no. 362

X03510 Depositing of John Bellini's Three Pictures in la Chiesa Redentore, Venice

exhibited 1841 painting Oil on canvas support: 736 x 1155 mm frame: 956 x 1368 mm

Provenance: Bought from Charles Birch in December 1847 by Joseph Gillott and resold by him to Thomas Rought in January 1849 (referred to as 'Jean Bellini' in both transactions); Lloyd Brothers; sale Foster's 13 June 1855 (60) bought in; bought by Agnew from Lloyd in 1857 and sold to Richard Hemming of Bentley Manor, Bromsgrove; bought back from Mrs Hemming in 1892 by Agnew and sold to Sir John Pender; sale Christie's 29 May 1897 (84) bought Agnew for J. Pierpont Morgan; in the Morgan collection until c. 1947 when bought by Myron Taylor, the U.S. Ambassador to the Vatican; acquired from him in 1961 by Wildenstein and Agnew and sold in the same year to the Hon. Colin Tennant; acquired by a private collection in 1969; bought by The ArtColl Trust in 1999.

Nationality of Artist: British Identifying Marks: Place of Manufacture: London, England

Catalogue Raisonne: Martin Butlin and Evelyn Joll, "The Paintings of J.M.W.Turner", revised edition (New Haven and London, 1984) p. 242, no. 393

Pop Life: Art in a Material World Tate Modern (London, UK) from 01 Oct 2009 until 17 Jan 2010.

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X27569 Tormented Self Portrait (Susie at Arles)

1987-1988 Synthetic polymer paint, bronze powder and lacquer on wood, anodized aluminum, rubber, plastic, formica, leather, chrome-plated steel, and canvas object: 2271 x 1745 x 400 mm The Museum of , New York. Purchased 1988 Provenance: Ashley Bickerton Sonnabend Gallery, New York. Acquired from the artist in 1988 The , New York. Acquired from above in 1988

Nationality of Artist: American Identifying Marks: not recorded Place of Manufacture: not recorded

Chris Ofili Tate Britain (London, UK) from 27 Jan 2010 until 16 May 2010.

Chris Ofili (born 1968, born: Manchester)

X29174 Prince amongst Thieves

1999 painting Acrylic, oil, paper collage, glitter, polyester resin, map pins and elephant dung on linen

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support: 243.8 x 182.8 cm The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Mimi and Peter Haas Fund, 1999 Provenance: Purchased Gavin Brown's Enterprise, New York, 1999. Consigned by the artist to Gavin Brown's Enterprise, New York, 1999

Nationality of Artist: British Indentifying marks: None Place of manufacture: UK

Catalogue Raisonné: none

Afro Modern: Journeys through the Black Atlantic Tate Liverpool (Liverpool, UK) from 29 Jan 2010 until 25 Apr 2010.

Jacob Lawrence (1917 - 2000)

X29151 Street to Mbari

1964 on paper, unique Tempera, gouache and graphite on paper support: 565 x 784 mm , Washington D.C. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. James T. Dyke, 1993 Provenance: National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. James T. Dyke, 1993 Mr. and Mrs. James T. Dyke (after 1986) [1] Terry Dintenfass Inc., New York (by 1983) [2] Dr. and Mrs. Marvin L. Radoff. Purchased 1965 [3] Terry Dintenfass Inc., New York

Nationality of Artist: American Identifying Marks: Signed and dated L.R. "Jacob Lawrence / 64"; verso: inscribed U.R. in graphite "Street to MBari / 30 ¾ x 22" Place of Manufacture: not recorded Catalogue Raisonné: Nesbitt, Peter et al. The Complete Jacob Lawrence. Seattle and London: The University of Washington Press, 2000, cat. no. p64-03

Notes: [1] Exhibition catalogue, Jacob Lawrence, American Painter, Seattle Art Museum, 1986 [2] Exhibition catalogue, The Forty-Seventh Annual Mid-Year Show, The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio, 1983, cat. no. 83 [3] Date of acquisition by Radoff provided in email from Terry Dintenfass Inc. to Tate, 2 December 2009

Fernand Léger

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X29390 Mise-en-scène for the ballet 'La Création du Monde'

1922 on paper, unique Pencil on paper support: 210 x 270 mm The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of John Pratt, 1949 Provenance: The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of John Pratt, 1949 John Pratt, New York. Purchased from the below, c. 1937 Katherine Kuh Gallery, Chicago [1]. Purchased from the below John Becker Gallery, New York, by 1931

Nationality of Artist: French Identifying Marks: Inscribed, signed and dated L.R. in pencil "La Création du Monde / Ballet nègre / Projet de décor 22 / FL" Place of Manufacture: not recorded Alternate titles: Creation of the World (Ballet Negre) [2]; The Creation of the World, set design [3]

Notes: [1] Katharine Kuh papers are available through the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC. See link for info: http://www.aaa.si.edu/collections/collection/kuhkath.htm [2] Legg, Alicia. Fernand Léger. New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1976, cat. no. 10 [3] Exhibition catalogue, John Becker Gallery, New York, 1-23 October 1931, cat. no. 12 [Creation of the World (Ballet Negre) 1922]

Van Doesburg and the International Avant-Garde: Constructing a New World Tate Modern (London, UK) from 04 Feb 2010 until 16 May 2010.

Johannes Theodor Baargeld (1892-1927) (1891-1976, born: Brühl, died: Paris, active: Sedona, Chinon, New York, Köln, Paris, Bonn)

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1920 on paper, unique Collage on board object: 284 x 221 mm frame: 380 x 320 mm Courtesy Galerie Natalie Seroussi Provenance: - Private collection [unknown]

Nationality of artist: German Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture:

Publications: Laurent le Bon (ed) '', exh cat. , 2005; Werner Spies et al 'Max Ernst: Dada and the Dawn of ' exh cat, Menil Collection, Houston; Art Institute Chicago; Museum of Modern Art New York 1993, plate 52

Herbert Bayer (1900-1985, born: Haag am Hausruck, died: Santa Barbara, active: Deutschland, New York)

X29274 Postcard for State Exhibition, , July-September

1923 on paper, print Lithograph on cardboard support: 144 x 94 mm frame: 630 x 450 mm Collection Merrill C. Berman Provenance: November 1987: Purchased by Merrill C Berman from the book sellers Ex Libris, New York. Ex Libris published the priced catalogue 'Herbert Bayer & Piet Zwart: Masters of Design' between 1987 and 1993.

Nationality of artist: Austrian Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

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X29391 Design for Illuminated Roof Sign

c.1923 on paper, unique Pencil, ink, gouache on paper support: 224 x 159 mm (8 13/16" x 6 1/4") Collection Merrill C. Berman Provenance: November 1987: Purchased by Merrill C Berman from the book sellers Ex Libris, New York. Ex Libris published the priced catalogue 'Herbert Bayer & Piet Zwart: Masters of Design' between 1987 and 1993

Nationality of artist: Austrian Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Publications: Maud Lavin, 'Graphic Design in the Mechanical Age: Selections from the Merrill C Berman Collection, 1998, pg 194 * Cleared by the Art Loss Register on 14th December 2009

X29808 Design for Illuminated Roof sign, Glass painter Kraus

1923 on paper, unique Pencil, ink, gouache on pasted paper support: 285 x 212 mm Collection Merrill C. Berman Provenance: November 1987: Purchased by Merrill C Berman from the book sellers Ex Libris, New York. Ex Libris published the priced catalogue 'Herbert Bayer & Piet Zwart: Masters of Design' between 1987 and 1993.

Nationality of artist: Austrian Identifying marks: not recorded

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Place of manufacture: not recorded

Publications: Maud Lavin, 'Graphic Design in the Mechanical Age: Selections from the Merrill C Berman Collection, 1998, no 10, plate 47 * Cleared by the Art Loss Register on 14th December 2009

Henryk Berlewi (1894-1967)

X28393 Mechano-Faktura. Contrasting Elements

1924 on paper, unique Gouache on paper support: 830 x 1090 mm frame: 955 x 1225 x 30 mm, 13 kg (with glass) Courtesy Galerie Natalie Seroussi Provenance:

2004, Autumn, Lempertz Auction, Cologne: From Galerie Gmurzynska, Cologne to Galerie Natalie Seroussi 1972: Collection RG Winkler, Atlanta (USA) (part of this collection was donated to the Museum of Applied Arts, Cologne in 2008) to Galerie Gmurzynska, Cologne. - From Private Collection, Germany to Collection RG Winkler, Atlanta. (possibly same collection ? RG Winkler moved from Germany to the US) - [presumably] From the artist to RG Winkler.

Nationality of artist: Polish Distinguishing marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Publications: Ryszard Stanislawski (ed) ' in Poland 1923-1936', Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo, 1976, p 36

I.K. Bonset () (1883-1931)

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1922 supporting material Printed matter, magazine support: 320 x 520 mm , (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1999: on loan to Centraal Museum, Utrecht 1981: donated to the Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB4989) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27553 Mécano no. Blue, Blauw, Blau, Blue, July

1922 supporting material Printed matter, magazine support: 320 x 520 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1999: on loan to Centraal Museum, Utrecht 1981: donated to the Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB4989) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

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X27554 Mécano no. 3 Rouge, Rood, Rot, Red, October

1922 supporting material Printed matter, magazine support: 320 x 520 mm image: 160 x 130 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1999: on loan to Centraal Museum, Utrecht 1981: donated to the Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, from Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB4987) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27530 Denaturalized material. Destruction 2.

[La matière dénaturalisée. Déstruction 2.] c.1923 on paper, unique Collage, ink and gouache on card support: 595 x 440 mm frame: 630 x 475 x 52 mm Fries Museum Leeuwarden, Netherlands (on loan from Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage) Provenance:

1985: on loan to Fries Museum, Leeuwarden 1981: donated to Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel. 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch

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Identifying marks: verso label with inscription: Sidney Janis Gallery, New York Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27555 Mécano no.4/5 White, Blanc, Wit, Weib, January

1924 supporting material Printed matter, magazine support: 160 x 130 mm overall: 395 x 325 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1999: on loan to Centraal Museum, Utrecht 1981: donated to the Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB4989) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

Sándor Bortnyik (1893-1976)

X30983 Geometric Forms in Space

1924 painting Oil on canvas support: 540 x 740 mm frame: 730 x 930 x 35 mm Private collection

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Provenance: 2005: Purchased by Private Collection, Zurich, from Carl Laszlo, Basel 1974: Purchased by Carl Laszlo, Basel from Mrs. Alfred Forbat. - from Mr Alfred Forbat to Mrs Alfred Forbat (by inheritance) 1924: Gift from the artist to Mr Alfred Forbat (Dessau/ Stockholm) in Weimar, Germany.

Nationality of artist: Hungarian Distinguishing marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Publications: Bernard Ceysson (ed) 'L'Art en Hongrie: 1905-1930, art et révolution', Musée d'art moderne de la Ville, Paris, 1980 p 91. A similar work with the same title is held in MoMA New York. (996.83)

Otto Gustaf Carlsund (1897-1948)

X28141 First Programme Picture. Six Announcements for Art Concret

1930 painting Oil on panel support: 330 x 330 mm frame: 550 x 550 mm Eskilstuna Art Museum, Sweden Provenance:

1949: Purchased Eskilstuna Art Museum. [possibly, from the estate of the artist]

Nationality of Artist: Swedish Identifying marks: Written on the back of the canvas: dedicated to Ellen and Ragnar Hoppe. [The latter was an art critic who wrote a positive review of the 1930 exhibition in Stockholm] Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Publications: Susan Weber Soros (ed) 'Utopia and Reality: in Sweden 1900-1960' New York, 2002 p 74

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X28142 Second Programme Picture. Six Announcements for Art Concret

1930 painting Oil on panel support: 330 x 330 mm frame: 550 x 550 mm Eskilstuna Art Museum, Sweden Provenance:

[date unrecorded, possibly c.1981] Purchased by Eskilstuna Art Museum from the artist Prof. Oscar Reutersvärd [date unknown] (presumably) from the Collection Gunnar Asplund to Prof. Oscar Reutersvärd. [possibly c. 1930] Gift from the artist to Gunnar Asplund (curator of the Art Concret exhibition in Stockholm organised by Carlsund, 1930) [Reutersvärd studied under Carlsund (1941-46) in Stockholm. Carlsund curated an exhibition at the Eskilstuna Art Museum in 1946, and Reutersvärd exhibited his own work there in 1981]

Nationality of Artist: Swedish Identifying marks: Written on the back of the panel: dedicated to Gunnar Asplund Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Publications: Susan Weber Soros (ed) 'Utopia and Reality: Modernity in Sweden 1900-1960' New York, 2002 p 74; Prof. Oscar Reutersvärd, 'Otto G Carlsund: fjärrperspektiv', Åhus, 1988; and 'Carlsund och Neo-plasticism' in Konsthistorisk Tidskrift, No 1, 1949 pp 19-27.

X28143 Third Programme Picture. Six Announcements for Art Concret

1930 painting Oil on panel support: 330 x 330 mm frame: 555 x 555 mm Eskilstuna Art Museum, Sweden Provenance:

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1996: Purchased Eskilstuna Art Museum from Professor Gregor Paulsson [c. 1930] (presumably) Acquired from the artist by Professor Gregor Paulsson [General Commissioner of the Art Concret exhibition in Stockholm, 1930]

Nationality of Artist: Swedish Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Publications: Susan Weber Soros (ed) 'Utopia and Reality: Modernity in Sweden 1900-1960' New York, 2002 p 74

X28144 Fourth Programme Picture. Six Announcements for Art Concret

1930 painting Oil on panel support: 330 x 330 mm frame: 525 x 525 mm Eskilstuna Art Museum, Sweden Provenance:

[date unrecorded, possibly c.1981] Purchased by Eskilstuna Art Museum from the artist Prof. Oscar Reutersvärd [date unknown] (presumably) from the Collection Gunnar Asplund to Prof. Oscar Reutersvärd. [possibly c. 1930] Gift from the artist to Gunnar Asplund (curator of the Art Concret exhibition in Stockholm organised by Carlsund, 1930) [Reutersvärd studied under Carlsund (1941-46) in Stockholm. Carlsund curated an exhibition at the Eskilstuna Art Museum in 1946, and Reutersvärd exhibited his own work there in 1981]

Nationality of Artist: Swedish Identifying marks: Written on the back of the panel: dedicated to Gunnar Asplund Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Publications: Susan Weber Soros (ed) 'Utopia and Reality: Modernity in Sweden 1900-1960' New York, 2002 p 74; Prof. Oscar Reutersvärd, 'Otto G Carlsund: fjärrperspektiv', Åhus, 1988; and 'Carlsund och Neo-plasticism' in Konsthistorisk Tidskrift, No 1, 1949 pp 19-27.

Serge Charchoune (1888-1975)

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X28552 Bibi

c.1921 on paper, unique Chinese ink and pencil on beige paper image: 209 x 269 mm frame: 450 x 555 x 27 mm Centre Pompidou, Paris. Musée national d'art moderne / Centre de création industrielle. Gift of Henri Goetz 1981. Provenance:

1981: Donation to Centre Pompidou from Henri Goetz (AM 1981-628) [the artist Henri Goetz was possibly a friend or acquaintance of Charchoune's. Both were associated with the Purist and Surrealist movements. The Collection Goetz-Boumeester in Villefranche-sur-Mer also includes work by Charchoune]

Nationality of Artist: Russian Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Pierre Guenegan, ': 1912-24', Paris, 2006. (shows a similar work is held in the René Guerra Collection, Paris)

Jean Crotti (1878-1958, born: Bulle, died: Paris)

X28566 Sentimental Poetry

1920 on paper, unique Gouache and ink on paper support: 536 x 441 mm frame: 800 x 650 x 30 mm (with glass) Courtesy Galerie Natalie Seroussi Provenance:

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- Private Collection (Courtesy of Galerie Natalie Seroussi, Paris) 1990, April 3rd: Acquired Mes. Laurin-Guilloux Buffetaud-Tailleur at auction (Drouot, Paris) no 43 repr: cat. from Collection Marteau (?) Collection Marteau, Paris (?) Merrill Berman Collection, New York (?) M. Pertinet, paris; (?) Mme Angeles, Paris;

Nationality of Artist: French Identifying marks: signature, title, date on the bottom left: J Crotti 1920 Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Jean Carlo Bertoli, ': L'Oeuvre peint [1900 -1958]', Paris, 2007. Publications: Deborah Rothschild (ed) 'Graphic Design in the Mechanical Age: From the Merrill C Berman Collection', New Haven, 1998, pg 27 ; Henry-Claude Cosseau 'Helion', Paris, 1992 p 62.

Walter Dexel (1890-1973)

X28033 Composition 1923 XXI

1923 painting Pencil and gouache on gray cardboard support: 365 x 303 mm frame: 680 x 520 x 25 mm Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Graphic Collection Provenance:

1979: Acquired by Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Germany (Inv.: C 1979/2938) from Gallery Valentien, Stuttgart between 1973 and 1979: from Galerie Gmurzynska, Zürich to Galerie Valentien, Stuttgart. [possibly from artist's estate after his death in 1973 to] Galerie Gmurzynska, Zürich.

Nationality of artist: German Distinguishing marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

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X33280 Design for advertising clock

1927 on paper, print Lithograph support: 203 x 283 mm frame: 630 x 450 mm Collection Merrill C. Berman Provenance: c 1990: Purchased by Merrill C Berman from MJS books and Graphics, New York

Nationality of artist: German Distinguishing marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

X27662 Design for signage

1926-28 on paper, unique Gouache over photograph support: 221 x 159 mm frame: 630 x 450 mm Collection Merrill C. Berman Provenance: Friday, June 12, 1992 [Lot 00169] Moderne Kunst: Purchased Merrill C Berman, Auction Hauswendell and Nolte, Hamburg, Germany - MJS Books and Graphics, New York

Nationality of artist: German Identifying marks: Signed Place of manufacture: not recorded

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X29365 Poster for Contemporary Photography Exhibition, Magdeburg

1929 on paper, print Linocut support: 838 x 594 mm frame: 870 x 625 x 45 mm Collection Merrill C. Berman Provenance: c.1981-1982 Purchased by Merrill C Berman from the Reinhold Brown Gallery, New York (the gallery specialises in modern and contemporary advertisement and art posters)

Nationality of the artist: German Distinguishing marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Publications: Maud Lavin (ed) 'Graphic Design in the Mechanical Age: Selections from the Merrill C Berman collection' 1998, no, 50, fig 3.6 * Cleared by the Art Loss Register on 14th December 2009

Theo van Doesburg (1883-1931, born: Utrecht, died: Davos)

X27405 Girl with Buttercups

1914 painting Oil on canvas support: 800 x 800 mm frame: 890 x 890 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht Provenance:

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1994: acquired Central Museum, Utrecht 27771 from A. Tarica, Paris. - from S. Tarica to A. Tarica, Paris (by inheritance) 1979, 5-6 November: acquired by S. Tarica from William N. Copley at Sotheby Parke Bernet auction, New York, cat.no. 9A, with colour ill. 1974-1979: on loan Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, USA (as Girl with Buttercups) from William N. Copley Probably 1947/1948. acquired by William N. Copley, USA from Nelly Van Doesburg

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: verso Theo van Doesburg // Vreewjikst 11 // Leiden Place of manufacture: Leiden

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27406 Composition

1915 on paper, unique Pastel on black paper support: 320 x 240 mm frame: 630 x 445 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultral Heritage; gift of van Moorsel) Provenance:

1985: on loan Centraal Museum, Utrecht (25289) 1981: donated to Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB5605) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg;

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: lower right in pastel crayon [monogram] Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27936 Landscape

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1915 on paper, unique Pastel on paper support: 255 x 355 mm support, secondary: 455 x 590 mm (passe-partout) frame: 535 x 670 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1999: on loan Centraal Museum, Utrecht 1981: donated to Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB4584) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: lower right on passe-partout, in pencil: 19 [monogram] 14 Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27937 Composition

1915 on paper, unique Pastel on black paper support: 235 x 320 mm frame: 450 x 625 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1985: on loan Centraal Museum, Utrecht (25291) 1981: donated to Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB4567) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

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1915 on paper, unique Pastel on black paper support: 235 x 300 mm frame: 450 x 625 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1985: on loan Centraal Museum, Utrecht (25292) 1981: donated to Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB4568) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27939 Composition

1915 on paper, unique Pastel on black paper support: 315 x 240 mm frame: 625 x 455 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1999: on loan Centraal Museum, Utrecht (25290) 1981: donated to Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB4571) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

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X27407 Heroic Movement

[Mouvement héroïque] 1916 painting Oil on canvas support: 1360 x 1105 mm frame: 1420 x 1160 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1985: on loan to Centraal Museum, Utrecht (25282) 1981: donated to Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB4094) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance).

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: l.r. in black paint: [monogram] 1916 verso: Th v Doesburg Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27444 Composition (The Cow)

c.1917 on paper, unique Gouache, oil, and charcoal on paper support: 397 x 557 mm frame: 560 x 760 mm (approx.) The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Purchased 1948 Provenance:

1948: acquired by the Museum of Modern Art, New York (226.48) from Nelly van Doesburg (estate of the artist)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: lower left in pencil: Theo van Doesburg 1916; upper right in type on paper stuck to the work: XIII; lower left in ink: Made in . Place of manufacture: France

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Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X28613 Composition (The Cow)

c.1917 on paper, unique Pencil on paper image: 117 x 159 mm frame: 360 x 430 mm (approx.) The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Purchased 1948 Provenance:

1948: acquired by the Museum of Modern Art, New York (227.48-6) from Nelly van Doesburg (estate of the artist)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: lower right in pencil, probably in Nelly van Doesburg's handwriting: 7 Place of manufacture: France

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X33178 , I, no.1

1917 supporting material Printed matter, journal support: 260 x 195 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht Provenance:

1983: Purchased by Centraal Museum, Utrecht, from Booksellers Schuhmacher, Amsterdam

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

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Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27446 Composition VIII (The Cow)

c.1918 painting Oil on canvas support: 375 x 635 mm frame: 410 x 670 mm (approx.) The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Purchased 1948 Provenance:

1948: acquired by Museum of Modern Art, New York (225.48) from Nelly van Doesburg

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27449 Composition XI

1918 painting Oil on canvas, mounted in artist's painted frame support: 570 x 1010 mm frame: 646 x 1090 mm Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, 54.1360 Provenance:

1954: Acquired by the Solomon R Guggenheim Museum, New York, (54.1360) from Nelly van Doesburg c. 1953: Purchased by Nelly van Doesburg, Meudon, from Jan Meijer c. 1947: Acquired by Jan Meijer [or Meyer] from Evert Rinsema, Amsterdam. 1918/ 1919: gift from Theo van Doesburg, Drachten to Evert Rinsema.

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: l.r. 19 [monogram] 18, verso 19 [monogram] 18 Place of manufacture: Drachten

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

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X27456 Composition XIII

1918 painting Oil on panel support: 295 x 300 mm frame: 501 x 502 x 6 mm Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam Provenance: 1970: Acquired by the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam from Mrs J.M.A Oud-Dinaux (estate of the architect J.J.P Oud)

Nationality of the artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27461 Rhythm of a Russian

1918 painting Oil on canvas support: 1359 x 616 mm The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Acquired through the Lillie P. Bliss Bequest, 1946 Provenance: 1946: acquired by the Museum of Modern Art, New York (135.46) from Nelly van Doesburg (via Gallery Art of This Century with the help of Lillie P. Bliss bequest)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: verso: 19[monogram]18 Théo van Doesburg // Holland Place of manufacture: Holland

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Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27701 Typeface for De Stijl, vols 1-3 (1917-20) a. writing paper (two versions); b. postcard (two versions); c. envelope (two versions); d. cover; e. title page; f. mailing wrapper; g. receipt; h. business card; i. press card; j. advertisement page.

1917-18 on paper, print Printed matter frame: 635 x 750 mm (all items) Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1999: Centraal Museum, Utrecht and various other collectors 1981: donated to Netherlands Institute for Cultural heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel. 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27934 Composition X

1918 painting Oil on canvas support: 640 x 430 mm

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Centre Pompidou, Paris. Musée national d'art moderne / Centre de création industrielle. Bought in memory of Sylvie Boissonnas with the participation of the Clarence Westbury Foundation, the Scaler Foundation and Fonds du Patrimoine, 2001. Provenance:

2001: Purchased by Centre Pompidou in memory of Sylvie Boissonnas with the participation of the Clarence Westbury Foundation, the Scaler Foundation and Fonds du Patrimoine from M. Oskar Müller-Widmann, Basel. 1956: M. Oskar Müller-Widmann, Basel (by inheritance) 1926 or later: Acquired by Oskar Müller-Widmann, Basel from Nelly van Doesburg [unknown] (from Lena Milius to Nelly van Doesburg) probably 1921: From the artist to Lena Milius

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: l.r. in oil: 19 [monogram] 18 verso on list, lable inscribed: Kunstschau der Hansa Werkstätten no. 8 Place of manufacture: Leiden

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27943 Girl Knitting on the Harbour, prelude to Stained-Glass Composition II

1918 on paper, unique Pencil, ink and gouache on paper support: 115 x 110 mm frame: 450 x 625 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1999: on loan Centraal Museum, Utrecht 1981: donated to Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB4453) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: verso in pencil: portrait sketch Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

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X27944 Girl Knitting on the Harbour, prelude to Stained-Glass Composition II

1918 on paper, unique Pencil, ink and gouache on paper support: 275 x 85 mm frame: 450 x 625 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1999: on loan Centraal Museum, Utrecht 1981: donated to Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB4664) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27954 Study for L'enfant mécanique

1918 on paper, unique Pencil and East Indian ink on transparent paper support: 130 x 200 mm frame: 535 x 685 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1999: on loan Centraal Museum, Utrecht 1981: donated to Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB4699) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded

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Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27955 Mechanical Child

[L'enfant mécanique] 1918 on paper, unique East Indian ink on transparent paper support: 120 x 140 mm support, secondary: 155 x 180 mm frame: 535 x 685 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1999: on loan Centraal Museum, Utrecht 1981: donated to Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB5607) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: Low right on passe-partout, in pencil: Theo van Doesburg 1916 Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27962 Composition, design for tiled floor, De Vonk holiday home, Noordwijkerhout

c.1917-18 painting Oil on eternite support: 270 x 270 mm frame: 310 x 310 mm Collection Mrs. Armand Bartos, New York Provenance:

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- Collection Mrs Armand Bartos 1951 or earlier: Mr and Mrs Armand P Bartos, New York, from Pinacotheca, New York Probably 1947/1949: acquired by Pinacotheca (Rose Fried Gallery), New York, from Nelly van Doesburg - Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: verso [monogram] 1917 Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000, p 225. Other sources: Rose Fried Gallery Archives. Smithsonian Institute, Washington DC

X29710 Model for the Leeuwarden Monument

1918, reconstruction 1998 sculpture Wood object: 546 x 248 x 248 mm (x1 object) object, each: 70 x 248 x 47 mm (x4 objects) Ron Mittelmeijer, Leiden Provenance: 1998: Reconstruction by Ron Mittelmeijer, Leiden

Nationality of artist: Dutch Distinguishing marks: reconstruction Place of manufacture: Leiden (reconstruction)

X33210 De Stijl, II, no.1

1918 supporting material Printed matter, journal support: 260 x 195 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht Provenance: 1983: Purchased by Centraal Museum, Utrecht, from Booksellers Schuhmacher, Amsterdam

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Nationality of Artist: Dutch

Identifying marks: not recorded

Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X33237 De Stijl, I, no.6

1918 supporting material Printed matter, journal support: 260 x 195 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht Provenance:

1983: Purchased by Centraal Museum, Utrecht, from Booksellers Schuhmacher, Amsterdam

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27464 Composition in Dissonances

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1919 painting Oil on canvas support: 635 x 585 mm , Gift Marguerite Arp-Hagenbach 1968 Provenance:

1968: donation to Öffentliche Kunstsammlung Basel from Marguerite Arp-Hagenbach G (1968.56) 1946: Acquired by Marguerite Arp-Hagenbach from Nelly van Doesburg (estate of the artist)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27468 Design for a Cheese Label

1919 on paper, unique Pencil and East Indian ink on paper support: 230 x 230 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1985: On loan from ICN, Rijswijk, (gift van Moorsel) to Centraal Museum, Utrecht 1981: Gift to Rijksdienst Beeldende Kunst, Den Haag (ICN) from L.H.M van Moorsel 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

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X27546 Monogram design for Antony Kok

1919 on paper, unique Pencil, East Indian ink and gouache on transparent paper support: 80 x 80 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1999: on loan Centraal Museum, Utrecht 1981: donated to the Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB4957) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance).

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27547 Monogram design for A. Hagemeyer

1919 on paper, unique Pencil and East Indian ink on transparent paper support: 105 x 105 mm with passe-partout image: 80 x 85 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1999: on loan Centraal Museum, Utrecht (AB4957) 1981: donated to Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB4957) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

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Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27562 Printed matter for Hagemeyer & Co Exporters; writing paper, envelope, postcard, visiting card, card with French text, card with English text, visiting card

1919 on paper, print Printed matter support: 323 x 400 mm (all items pasted onto single sheet black cardboard) Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1999: on loan to Centraal Museum, Utrecht 1981: donated to the Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB4989) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27863 Design of lettering for Letter Foundry Amsterdam

1919 on paper, unique Pencil and East Indian ink on transparent paper support: 155 x 650 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1999: on loan Centraal Museum, Utrecht 1981: donated to Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB9133, formerly AB4961) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch

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Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X33213 De Stijl, II, no.8

1919 supporting material Printed matter, journal support: 260 x 195 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht Provenance: 1983: Purchased by Centraal Museum, Utrecht, from Booksellers Schuhmacher, Amsterdam

Nationality of Artist: Dutch

Identifying marks: not recorded

Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27471 Design for cover of Clay

1920 on paper, unique Pencil, gouache, East Indian ink and collage on transparent paper

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support: 800 x 570 mm frame: 905 x 635 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1985: On loan from ICN, Rijswijk, (gift van Moorsel) to Centraal Museum, Utrecht 1981: Gift to Rijksdienst Beeldende Kunst, Den Haag (ICN) from L.H.M van Moorsel 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27548 Classical, Baroque, Modern

1920 supporting material Printed matter, book support: 395 x 325 mm image: 153 x 87 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1999: on loan Centraal Museum, Utrecht 1981: donated to Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB5948) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

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X28429 Letter to , 8 December

1920 supporting material Ink on De Stijl headed paper support: 213 x 129 mm Chancellerie des Universités de Paris - Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris Provenance: 1967: Acquired by the Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris, from Christophe Tzara. TZR C 4084 1-2/2 1963: From Tristan Tzara to Christophe Tzara (by inheritance). - Correspondence received by the artist Tristan Tzara

Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Publications: Laurent le Bont, 'Dada', Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2005 Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27550 Letter paper. Typography for De Stijl

1921 supporting material Printed matter support: 275 x 215 mm overall: 325 x 400 mm (black cardboard) Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1999: on loan Centraal Museum, Utrecht 1981: donated to Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB4952) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

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Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X28107 'I like the spirit of Dada more and more'. Letter to Tristan Tzara, 2 December

1921 supporting material Handwritten manuscript support: 276 x 217 mm Chancellerie des Universités de Paris - Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris Provenance: 1967: Acquired by the Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris, from Christophe Tzara. TZR C 4087 1963: From Tristan Tzara to Christophe Tzara (by inheritance). - Correspondence received by the artist Tristan Tzara

Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Publications: Laurent le Bont, 'Dada', Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2005 Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X28378 Letter to Tristan Tzara, Weimar, 23 June

1921 supporting material Ink on card support: 102 x 152 mm mhtml:file://M:\CLAE\CLAE work with museums\Immunity from Seizure listings at Ta... 15/01/2010 Freedom of Information at Tate Page 41 of 127

Chancellerie des Universités de Paris - Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris Provenance: 1967: Acquired by the Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris, from Christophe Tzara. TZR e 4088 1_2/2 1963: From Tristan Tzara to Christophe Tzara (by inheritance). - Correspondence received by the artist Tristan Tzara

Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Publications: Laurent le Bont, 'Dada', Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2005 Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X33227 De Stijl, IV, no.11

1921 supporting material Printed matter, journal support: 210 x 260 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht Provenance: 1983: Purchased by Centraal Museum, Utrecht, from Booksellers Schuhmacher, Amsterdam

Nationality of Artist: Dutch

Identifying marks: not recorded

Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27551 Letter paper. Typography for De Stijl

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1922 supporting material Printed matter support: 285 x 220 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1999: on loan to Centraal Museum, Utrecht 1981: donated to the Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB4989) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27560 Small Dada Soirée. Dada tour of the Netherlands 10 January - 14 February 1923

1922 on paper, print Printed matter, poster support: 300 x 300 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1999: on loan to Centraal Museum, Utrecht 1981: donated to the Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB9143) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue Raisonné: Theo Van Doesburg, edited by Els Hoek, 2000

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X28862 Letter to Tristan Tzara. Dada tour in Holland. 18 October

1922 supporting material Ink on paper support: 286 x 223 mm Chancellerie des Universités de Paris - Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris Provenance: 1967: Acquired by the Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris, from Christophe Tzara. TZR C 4099 1963: From Tristan Tzara to Christophe Tzara (by inheritance). - Correspondence received by the artist Tristan Tzara

Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Publications: Laurent le Bont, 'Dada', Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2005 Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X33229 De Stijl, V, no.6

1922 supporting material Printed matter, journal support: 210 x 260 mm Centraal Museum Utrecht Provenance:

1983: Purchased by Centraal Museum, Utrecht, from Booksellers Schuhmacher, Amsterdam

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

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Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X33230 De Stijl, V, no.10/11

1922 supporting material Printed matter, journal support: 210 x 260 mm Centraal Museum Utrecht Provenance: 1983: Purchased by Centraal Museum, Utrecht, from Booksellers Schuhmacher, Amsterdam

Nationality of Artist: Dutch

Identifying marks: not recorded

Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X33492 De Stijl, V, no.8, 1922

1922 supporting material Printed matter, journal support: 210 x 260 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht Provenance: 1983: Purchased by Centraal Museum, Utrecht, from Booksellers Schuhmacher, Amsterdam

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Nationality of Artist: Dutch

Identifying marks: not recorded

Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27445 Counter-Construction, Axonometric, Maison Particulière

1923 on paper, unique Gouache on lithograph support: 572 x 572 mm The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Edgar Kaufmann, Jr., 1947 Provenance:

1947: acquired by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, Edgar J. Kaufmann Jr. Fund (149.47) from Nelly van Doesburg (estate of the artist)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27559 What is Dada?

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[Wat is Dada?] 1923 supporting material Printed matter, brochure support: 155 x 125 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1999: on loan Centraal Museum, Utrecht 1981: donated to Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB9122) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27561 Dada Matinée on 28 January 1923 in the Diligentia Theatre, The Hague

1923 on paper, print Printed matter, poster support: 620 x 850 mm frame: 830 x 1235 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1999: on loan Centraal Museum, Utrecht 1981: donated to Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB6011) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

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X28868 Dada Soirée in the Hague. Letter to Tristan Tzara, 19 Janurary

1923 supporting material Ink on De Stijl headed paper support: 285 x 222 mm Chancellerie des Universités de Paris - Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris Provenance: 1967: Acquired by the Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris, from Christophe Tzara. TZR C 4103 1-2/2 1963: From Tristan Tzara to Christophe Tzara (by inheritance). - Correspondence received by the artist Tristan Tzara

Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Publications: Laurent le Bont, 'Dada', Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2005 Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X33240 De Stijl, VI, no.5

1923 supporting material Printed matter, journal support: 210 x 260 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht Provenance:

1983: Purchased by Centraal Museum, Utrecht, from Booksellers Schuhmacher, Amsterdam

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

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X27458 Counter-Composition V

1924 painting Oil on canvas support: 1000 x 1000 mm frame: 1050 x 1050 x 77 mm displayed: 1147 x 1150 x 133 mm (protection frame) Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam Provenance:

1936: Acquired by the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam from Nelly van Doesburg (estate of the artist)

Nationality of artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X28295 Composition

1924 painting Oil on canvas support: 415 x 335 mm Kunstmuseum Basel, Gift Marguerite Arp-Hagenbach 1968 Provenance:

1968: donated to Öffentliche Kunstsammlung Basel, (1968.57) by Marguerite Arp-Hagenbach 1955: Marguerite Arp from HU Gasser [according to Fondazione M Arp archive, Locarno] - H.U Gasser from unknown gallery [according to Fondazione M Arp archive, Locarno] -unknown gallery, London from Jane Heap [according to Fondazione M Arp archive, Locarno]

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: verso Solomon R Guggenheim Museum Loan 35.53 Robinson Lr TH v D 24 Place of manufacture: Not recorded

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Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X28510 Design for cover of Principles of Neo-Plastic Art

1924 on paper, unique East Indian ink and gouache on transparent paper support: 205 x 285 mm (folded open) overall: 300 x 425 mm (in passe-partout) Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1999: on loan Centraal Museum, Utrecht 1981: donated to Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB4998) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27960 Advertisement for Fagus-Werk

1925 on paper, print Printed matter pasted on cardboard image: 200 x 130 mm support (passe-partout): 210 x 140 Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1999: on loan Centraal Museum, Utrecht 1981: donated to Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB5004d)

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1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: lower right in pencil: theo van Doesburg 1925, upper right in pencil: [arrow pointing] 9 cm [arrow pointing right] Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X28511 Principles of Neo-Plastic Art

[Grundbegriffe der neuen gestaltenden Kunst] 1925 supporting material Printed matter, book support: 325 x 510 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1985: on loan Centraal Museum, Utrecht 1981: donated to Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB4999) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X33497 De Stijl, VI, 10/11

1925 supporting material Printed matter, journal support: 210 x 260 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht Provenance:

1983: Purchased by Centraal Museum, Utrecht, from Booksellers Schuhmacher, Amsterdam

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded

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Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X33500 De Stijl, VI, no.12

1925 supporting material Printed matter, journal support: 210 x 260 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht Provenance:

1983: Purchased by Centraal Museum, Utrecht, from Booksellers Schuhmacher, Amsterdam

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27549 De Stijl typography on mail-wrapper

1926 supporting material Printed matter support: 150 x 370 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1999: on loan to Centraal Museum, Utrecht 1981: donated to Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, by Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB5933) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

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X29971 Colour design for the floor and two long walls, Cinema-Dance Hall, conversion of the Café l' interior, Strasbourg

1927 on paper, unique Ink, gouache and metallic gouache on paper image: 533 x 375 mm The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Lily Auchincloss, Celeste Bartos and Marshall Cogan, 1982 Provenance:

1982: acquired the Museum of Modern Art, New York (391.82) from Kocher Collection, Cambridge Mass., with the help of a gift from Lily Auchincloss, Celeste Bartos and Marshall Cogan - Kocher Collection, Cambridge, Mass. From Sandra Kocher Collection, Worchester, Mass. 190/1982: on loan The Museum of Modern Art, New York, from Sandra Kocher Collection, Worchester, Mass. 1970, or earlier: Sandra Kocher Collection, Worchester, Mass. (During 1970 exhibition in New York this work was already in the MoMA Collection according to the MoMA archive)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: l.r Theovandoesburg archt. // peinture. ll. Plan A. Parquet avec 2 murs Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X33493 De Stijl, VII, no.79/84

1927 supporting material Printed matter, journal support: 210 x 260 mm Centraal Museum Utrecht Provenance:

1983: Purchased by Centraal Museum, Utrecht, from Booksellers Schuhmacher, Amsterdam

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Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27455 Composition in Half-Tones

1928 painting Oil on canvas support: 500 x 500 mm Kunstmuseum Basel, Gift 1966 Provenance:

1966: Donated to Öffentliche Kunstsammlung Basel (G 1966.10) by Marguerite Arp-Hagenbach. - From Jean (Hans) Arp to Marguerite Arp-Hagenbach (by inheritance). [date unknown] (presumably) from the artist to his friend the artist Jean (Hans) Arp. [Portfolio, no 207a with caption 'Collection Hans Arp' in Nelly van Doesburg's handwriting, see catalogue raisonné].

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: ll. In paint: TH.v.D // 1928, verso in paint: Theo v DOESburg // 1928 Paris Verso on stretcher in stencilled letters: THEO VAN DOESBURG // COMPOSITION // EN DEMI VALEURS Place of manufacture: Paris

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X33234 De Stijl, VIII, no.87/89

1928 supporting material Printed matter, journal support: 210 x 260 mm Centraal Museum Utrecht Provenance:

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1983: Purchased by Centraal Museum, Utrecht, from Booksellers Schuhmacher, Amsterdam

Nationality of Artist: Dutch

Identifying marks: not recorded

Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27447 Simultaneous Counter-Composition

1929 painting Oil on canvas support: 495 x 495 mm The Museum of Modern Art, New York. The Riklis Collection of McCrory Corporation, 1985 Provenance:

1985: acquired by the Museum of Modern Art, New York (1002.83) from The Riklis Collection of McCrory Corporation. 1974: acquired The Riklis Collection of McCroy Corporation from Galerie Beyeler, Basel. 1973: Galerie Beyeler, Basel, from Petzold- Müller Collection, Basel. 1970: bequest Petzold-Müller Collection, Basel, from Oskar Müller-Widmann, Basel. 1937 probably: acquired Oskar Müller-Widmann, Basel, from Nelly van Doesburg. - acquired Nelly van Doesburg from Antony Kok, Tilburg. 1930: acquired Antony Kok, Tilburg, from Theo van Doesburg

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: verso, in oil: Théo van Doesburg // Paris 1929 Place of manufacture: Paris

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

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X27544 Simultaneous Composition

1929 painting Oil on canvas support: 502 x 504 mm Yale University Art Gallery, Gift of Katherine S. Dreier to Collection Société Anonyme Provenance:

- Yale University Art Gallery (Société Anonyme Collection) 1948.209, Gift of Katherine S. Dreier 1948: acquired Katherine Dreier and (co-founders of Société Anonyme) from Nelly van Doesburg.

Nationality of artist: Dutch Distinguishing marks: verso Théo van Doesburg 1929 Paris Verso on frame at top: No.1 / / Haut Place of manufacture: Paris

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X28382 Study for Arithmetic Composition

c.1929 on paper, unique Pencil and East Indian ink on transparent paper support: 235 x 235 mm overall: 425 x 600 mm (in passe-partout) Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance:

1985: On loan from ICN, Rijswijk, (gift van Moorsel) to Centraal Museum, Utrecht 1981: Gift to Rijksdienst Beeldende Kunst, Den Haag (ICN) from L.H.M van Moorsel 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

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Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X28747 Composition

1929 painting Oil on canvas support: 300 x 302 mm frame: 562 x 562 x 83 mm Philadelphia Museum of Art, A.E. Gallatin Collection, 1952 Provenance:

1943: donated to the Philadelphia Museum of Art (A.E. Gallatin Collection) (1952-61-124) by A.E. Gallatin 1938: acquired A.E. Gallatin, New York, from Nelly van Doesburg (estate of artist) [after the painting's appearance in the Stedelijk Museum exhibition in April 1938, probably during Gallatin's trip to Europe in summer 1938. He announced the acquisition in a press release of November 19, 1938]

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: verso: Théo van Doesburg 29 Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27448 Simultaneous Counter-Composition

1930 painting Oil on canvas

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support: 501 x 498 mm Museum of Modern Art, New York. The Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection, 1967 Provenance:

1967: acquired by the Museum of Modern Art, New York (Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection) (588.67) from Sidney and Harriet Janis. 1961: Sidney Janis from Dr and Mrs Norman F. Laskey, Mount Kisco 1953: Dr and Mrs Norman F. Laskey, Mount Kisco, from Sidney Janis 1952: Sidney Janis from John Senior Jr. 1951: John Senior Jr. from Nelly van Doesburg (estate of the artist)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: verso on old stretcher in black paint: Theo v. Doesburg; verso on old stretcher in black paint: HAUT Verso on frame label: ART CONCRET FONDÉ EN 1930 // RUE PIERRE LAROUSSE PARIS 14EME // N° Nom: Théo van Doesburg // adresse: 2 r d'Arceuil // Paris 14e // Titrre: Contre Composition Simultanée 1930 // Prix Francs Français 3300 // Adresse de Renvoi: Théo van Doesburg // 43, rue Charles Infroit 41 // Meudon Val Fleury (S) Verso on frame, on label : Exposition d'art Franç 1932 // n(76 Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27578 Arithmetic Composition

1929-30 painting Oil on canvas support: 1010 x 1010 mm frame: 1295 x 1295 x 75 mm Kunstmuseum Winterthur, Permanent loan from a private collection, 2001 Provenance:

1980: Private Collection (by inheritance). Now in deposit of Kunstmuseum Winterthur. 1937: Acquired by Private Collector, Basel, from Nelly van Doesburg (estate of the artist)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

Theo van Doesburg (1883-1931, born: Utrecht, died: Davos) I.K. Bonset (Theo van Doesburg) (1883 -1931)

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X27426 Scandalous Chronicle of the 'Flatland' (Pays-Plats). .

1921 on paper, print Handwritten manuscript support: 680 x 214 mm Chancellerie des Universités de Paris - Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris Provenance: 1967: Acquired by the Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris, from Christophe Tzara. TZR 783 42 1963: From Tristan Tzara to Christophe Tzara (by inheritance). - Correspondence received by the artist Tristan Tzara

Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Publications: Laurent le Bont, 'Dada', Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2005 Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27959 I.K.B Manifesto. Dadaglobe

1921 supporting material Handwritten manuscript 274 x 213 mm Chancellerie des Universités de Paris - Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris Provenance: 1967: Acquired by the Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris, from Christophe Tzara. TZR 783 43 1963: From Tristan Tzara to Christophe Tzara (by inheritance). - Correspondence received by the artist Tristan Tzara

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Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Publications: Laurent le Bont, 'Dada', Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2005 Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

X27978 Manifesto 69. Dadaglobe

[Manifeste 69] 1921 supporting material Handwritten manuscript with collage 274 x 213 mm Chancellerie des Universités de Paris - Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris Provenance: 1967: Acquired by the Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris, from Christophe Tzara. TZ 783 44 1963: From Tristan Tzara to Christophe Tzara (by inheritance). - Correspondence received by the artist Tristan Tzara

Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Publications: Laurent le Bont, 'Dada', Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2005 Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

Viking Eggeling (1880-1925)

X28363 Study for Diagonal Symphony

1919

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on paper, unique Mine graphite on paper support: 260 x 200 mm Centre Pompidou, Paris. Musée national d'art moderne / Centre de création industrielle. Gift of 1966. Provenance:

1966: Donation to Centre Pompidou from Marcel Janco (AM 3569 D) c.1919/1920: [presumably] From the artist to Marcel Janco. [Janco and Eggeling were acquainted through Tristan Tzara c.1919 when Eggeling joined the activities of Zurich Dada]

Nationality of Artist: Swedish Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Publications: Louise O'Konor, 'Viking Eggeling, 1880-1925, Artist and Filmmaker: Life and Work', trans Catherine G. Sundström and Anne Libby, Stockholm, Almqvist and Wiksell, 1971

Jean Gorin (1899-1981)

X28663 Spatial study of colours for an interior, Nort-sur-Erdre. Neo-plastic design for a living room no.1, axonometric view

1927 on paper, unique Pencil, Chinese ink and gouache on paper support: 627 x 420 mm frame: 785 x 635 x 27 mm Centre Pompidou, Paris. Musée national d'art moderne / Centre de création industrielle. Gift of Jean and Suzanne Gorin 1978. Provenance:

1978: Donation to Centre Pompidou by Jean and Suzanne Gorin (AM 1978-615)

Nationality of Artist: French Identifying marks: None Place of manufacture: France

Publications: Maurice Allemand, ': Peintures, reliefs, constructions dans l'espace, documents 1922-1968', Paris, 1969 ; Marianne Lemoine, 'Dessins de Jean Gorin', Paris, 1977

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X28664 Maison de bureaux, Nort-sur-Erdre

1927 on paper, unique Mine graphite, Chinese ink and gouache on paper support: 653 x 500 mm frame: 785 x 635 x 27 mm Centre Pompidou, Paris. Musée national d'art moderne / Centre de création industrielle. Gift of Jean and Suzanne Gorin 1978. Provenance:

1978: Donation to Centre Pompidou by Jean and Suzanne Gorin (AM 1978-612)

Nationality of Artist: French Identifying marks: None Place of manufacture: France

Publications: Maurice Allemand, 'Jean Gorin: Peintures, reliefs, constructions dans l'espace, documents 1922-1968', Paris, 1969 ; Marianne Lemoine, 'Dessins de Jean Gorin', Paris, 1977 (AM 1978-612)

Jean Hélion (1904-1987, born: France, died: Paris)

X28046 Orthogonal Composition

1930 painting Oil on canvas support: 1000 x 810 mm Centre Pompidou, Paris. Musée national d'art moderne / Centre de création industrielle. Purchased 1975. Provenance:

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1975: purchased Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris from the Karl Flinker Gallery, Paris [date unknown]: Karl Flinker Gallery, Paris [In 1974 Hélion began a twelve-year association with Flinker] [date unknown] Private Collection [date unknown] Galerie Louis Carre, Paris

Nationality of Artist: French Identifying marks: None Place of manufacture: Unknown

Publications: Henry-Claude Cousseau, 'Hélion', Paris, 1992 ; Bruno Racine (ed), 'Jean Hélion' Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2004; exh cat. 'Hélion les anne´es 50 : exposition du 8 mai au 28 juin 1980, Galerie Karl Flinker'.

X28139 Complex Tensions

1930 painting Oil on canvas support: 900 x 890 mm Private collection, courtesy Galerie Louis Carré & Cie Provenance: - Private collection (by inheritance) 1962: acquired by Louis Carré from the artist.

Nationality of artist: French Distinguishing marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Publications: Henry-Claude Cousseau, 'Helion', Paris, 1992 p. 309

X28190 Circular Tensions

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1931-32 painting Oil on canvas support: 750 x 750 mm frame: 800 x 800 mm Courtesy Galerie Natalie Seroussi Provenance: - Private Collection by 1987: Centre d'Art et de Communication, Vaduz, Liechtenstein Robert Altmann, Vaduz Galerie Weiller, Dallas,

Nationality of artist: French Distinguishing marks: signed and dated Hélion 32 Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Publications: Claude-Henri Cosseau, 'Jean Hélion', Paris, 1992

Dörte Helm-Heise (1898-1941)

X28456 Design for Bauhaus invitation card

1923 on paper, print support: 151 x 103 mm Centre Pompidou, Paris. Musée national d'art moderne / Centre de création industrielle. Gift of Nina Kandinsky 1981. Provenance:

1981: Gift to Centre Pompidou from Nina Kandinsky (Inv. : AM 81-65-1059(14) ) 1944: (presumably) from to Nina Kandinsky (by inheritance) [date unknown] (presumably) From the artist to Wassily Kandinsky [Helm-Heise was at the Bauhaus from Weimar from 1919/20, took classes with Wassily Kandinsky 1920-2. Wassily and Nina Kandinsky were married from 1917. After the death of her husband, Nina Kandinsky started the Kandinsky Fund, and donated a large part of works she inherited to the Centre Pompidou in 1981]

Nationality of Artist:German Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: Weimar

Publications: Barry Bergdoll and Leah Dickerman 'Bauhaus: Workshops for Modernity', MoMA, New York, 2009 ; Gerd Fleischmann, 'Bauhaus: drucksachen, typografie, reklame', Düsseldorf, 1994

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Vilmos Huszár (1884-1960)

X27664 Composition with Female Figure

1918 painting Oil on canvas support: 800 x 604 mm Museum of Modern Art, New York. The Riklis Collection of McCrory Corporation, 1985 Provenance: 1983: Acquired by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, from the Riklis Collection of McCrory Corporation (1026.1983) By 1977: The Riklis Collection of McCrory Corporation, New York By 1964: Malborough-Gerson Gallery Inc, New York

Nationality of artist: Hungarian Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

The work was cleared by MoMA through the Art Loss Register on June 4, 2009

X29593 Poster for Miss Blanche Virginia Cigarettes

1926 on paper, print Lithograph support: 298 x 190 mm frame: 880 x 630 mm Collection Merrill C. Berman Provenance:

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November 1988 (?): Work exchanged between Merrill C Berman, New York and the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.

Nationality of artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Vilmos Huszár (1884-1960) Gerrit Thomas Rietveld (1888-1964)

X28148 Model of the Space-Colour-Composition for the Nonjuried Exhibition in Berlin

1923, reconstruction 1983 sculpture Wood, metal, cardboard and paint overall: 278 x 600 x 550 mm overall: 405 x 760 x 760 mm (perspex showcase) Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from Tjarda Mees, Amsterdam) Provenance:

1999: (reconstruction) on loan from Tjarda Mees, Amsterdam (manufacturer), to Centraal Museum, Utrecht (inv 28600)

Identifying marks: reconstruction Place of manufacture: Amsterdam

Bart van der Leck (1876-1958, born: Utrecht, died: Blaricum)

X28024 mhtml:file://M:\CLAE\CLAE work with museums\Immunity from Seizure listings at Ta... 15/01/2010 Freedom of Information at Tate Page 66 of 127 Composition

1921 painting Oil on canvas support: 425 x 425 mm frame: 460 x 465 mm (without glass/perspex) Centraal Museum, Utrecht with support of Vereniging Rembrandt Provenance: 1988: Purchased with support of the Vereniging Rembrandt from the heirs of GA Schröder-Schräder, Utrecht [date unknown]: (presumably) Acquired by Schröder-Schräder from the artist. [Schröder-Schräder probably knew Van der Leck through Rietveld, whose friend the architect P. J. C. Klaarhamer shared a studio with van der Leck after 1906]

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Publications: Toos van Kooten, '', Kröller-Müller, Otterlo, 1994

Harold Loeb

X27829 Broom, III, no.3

1922 supporting material Rotogravure on paper support: 333 x 232 mm Collection Merrill C. Berman Provenance: c.1990: Purchased Merrill C Berman from the antiquariat book auction.

Distinguishing marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Rome

Farkás Wolfgang Molnár (1897 - 1945)

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X28455 Postcard for State Bauhaus Exhibition, Weimar, July-September

1923 supporting material Colour lithograph on cardboard support: 144 x 94 mm frame: 630 x 450 mm Collection Merrill C. Berman Provenance:

1987 Purchased by Merrill C Berman from the booksellers Ex Libris, New York.

Nationality of artist: Hungarian Distinguishing marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Publications: Maud Lavin (ed) 'Art and Design from the Merrill C Berman Collection, 1998

Piet Mondrian (1872-1944, born: Amersfoort, died: New York, active: Amsterdam, Paris, Nederland, London, New York)

X27593 Composition with Blue, Yellow, Black and Red 1922

1922 painting Oil on canvas support: 530 x 540 mm frame: 574 x 567 x 23 mm Staatsgalerie Stuttgart Provenance:

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1980: acquired by the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart (inv. 3353) from Private Collector (Spain) 1975: (Oct 22) Acquired by a Private Collector (Spain) at auction, Sotheby Parke Bernet, New York. c. 1959 - (?): Acquired by the Phillipe Reichenbach Collection, Houston from Sidney Janis Gallery c.1950-59: Sidney Janis Gallery, New York 1928 (?) - c. 1950: (possibly) from the artist to Nico Eekman (friend of Mondriaan's), Paris [the two artists had a joint exhibition: 'Mondrian - Eekman', Paris, 1928 at the Galerie Jeanne Bucher]

Nationality of artist: Dutch Place of manufacture: Not recorded Identifying marks: Not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Joop M Joosten (ed) '', Vol 2, 1998, p 306.

Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes (1884 - 1974)

X28345 Silence

c.1915 painting Oil on canvas support: 921 x 733 mm The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Katherine S. Dreier Bequest, 1953 Provenance:

1953: Museum of Modern Art, New York from the Katherine S Dreier Bequest. (1078.1983) 1920-53 Katherine S Dreier, west Redding, CT (presumably) acquired by the patron Katherine S Dreier from the artist.

Nationality of artist: French Identifying marks: Alternate title: Szegedin (inscribed on recto) Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Publications: Leah Dickerman (ed) 'Dada' exh. cat, Washington, New York, Paris, 2006 p 397

Hans Richter (1888 -1976)

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X28387 Letter to Tristan Tzara. 2 December, Berlin

[Lettre autographe á Tristan Tzara, Berlin, 2 décembre 1922] 1922 supporting material Graphite on paper with film negatives attached to the front 282 x 221 mm Chancellerie des Universités de Paris - Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris Provenance: 1967: Acquired by the Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris, from Christophe Tzara. TZR C 3409 1/3 1963: From Tristan Tzara to Christophe Tzara (by inheritance). - Correspondence received by the artist Tristan Tzara

Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Publications: Laurent le Bont, 'Dada', Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2005

X28027 Rhythmus 23

1923 painting Oil on canvas support: 700 x 4200 mm frame: 960 x 4500 x 100 mm, 160 kg Museo Cantonale d'Arte, Lugano Provenance:

1991: Acquired by the Museo Cantonale d'Arte, Lugano, from the estate of the artist.

Nationality of Artist: Swiss Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Gerrit Thomas Rietveld (1888 -1964)

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X28068 Sideboard design

1919, reconstruction 1996 sculpture Sycamore and three-ply birch object: 1045 x 2000 x 450 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht Provenance:

1996: Reconstruction by Centraal Museum, Utrecht (inv 28111)

Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Utrecht

Catalogue raisonné: Marijke Küper, Ida van Zijl, 'Gerrit Th. Rietveld', Centraal Museum, Utrecht, 1992

X28071 Armchair

Design 1918; executed 1918-20 sculpture Beech and sycamore object: 930 x 610 x 820 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht (with support of Vereniging Rembrandt, Mondriaan Stichting, Stichting bedrijfsvrienden Centraal Museum) Provenance: 2004: Purchased by Centraal Museum, Utrecht, from Frans Leidelmeijer, Amsterdam 2004: Purchased by Frans Leidelmeijer, Amsterdam from Mrs CM ten Doesschate, Rotterdam (date unknown) [presumably] Acquired by Mrs CM ten Doesschate from her friend (presumably)

Nationality of artist: Dutch Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of Manufacture: Not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Marijke Küper, Ida van Zijl, 'Gerrit Th. Rietveld', Centraal Museum, Utrecht, 1992.

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X28069 Hanging Lamp

1922 sculpture 3 tubular glass lamps, glass tubes, wood object: 945 x 401 x 400 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht Provenance: 1959: Gift from Truus Schröder-Schräder (commissioner), Utrecht to Centraal Museum, Utrecht. [All furniture and fittings were part of the commission. Original designs by Rietveld were modified to fit the house.]

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Marijke Küper, Ida van Zijl, 'Gerrit Th. Rietveld', Centraal Museum, Utrecht, 1992, p 102.

X29384 Study for the office of Dr A.M. Hartog, Maarssen

1922 supporting material Gelatin silver print support: 225 x 155 mm (unframed) Centraal Museum, Utrecht/Rietveld-Schröder Archive Provenance: 1985: On loan from the Rietveld-Schröder House Foundation to Centraal Museum Utrecht (inv 059F001)

Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Marijke Küper, Ida van Zijl, 'Gerrit Th. Rietveld', Centraal Museum, Utrecht, 1992 pg 87

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X28067 Red-Blue chair

1923 (this is the correct date) sculpture Five-ply wood and beech object: 880 x 600 x 660 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht Provenance: 1959: Gift from the artist to Centraal Museum, Utrecht.

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Marijke Küper, Ida van Zijl, 'Gerrit Th. Rietveld', Centraal Museum, Utrecht, 1992

X28445 End Table

1923 sculpture Five-ply wood and beech object: 595 x 500 x 500 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht Provenance: 1994: Purchased from Mrs AM Pezarro-Schröder, Amsterdam by Centraal Museum, Utrecht. - From Hanneke Schröder to Mrs AM Pezarro-Schröder (inheritance) 1985: From Mrs Truus Schröder-Schräder (commissioner) to her daughter Hanneke Schröder (by inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: Not recorded

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Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Marijke Küper, Ida van Zijl, 'Gerrit Th. Rietveld', Centraal Museum, Utrecht, 1992, p. 102.

X28090 Model for the Rietveld-Schröder House

1924, reconstruction 1987 sculpture Cardboard and wood object: 265 x 345 x 265 mm displayed: height tbc x 550 x 770 mm (perspex box) Centraal Museum, Utrecht Provenance:

1959: Gift from artist to Centraal Museum, Utrecht (inv 12589)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: The Netherlands

Catalogue raisonné: Marijke Küper, Ida van Zijl, 'Gerrit Th. Rietveld', Centraal Museum, Utrecht, 1992

X28471 Isometric projection from the east, first floor Rietveld-Schröder House

1924 on paper, unique Pencil, ink, watercolour on collotype frame: 1025 x 1025 mm (wooden frame) support: 840 x 870 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht/Rietveld-Schröder Archive Provenance:

1985: On loan from the Rietveld Schröder House Foundation to Centraal Museum. Utrecht.

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Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: The Netherlands

Catalogue raisonné: Marijke Küper, Ida van Zijl, 'Gerrit Th. Rietveld', Centraal Museum, Utrecht, 1992

X28443 Berlin Chair

1923 sculpture Five-ply wood and beech object: 1062 x 753 x 583 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht Provenance: 1988: Gift from Truus Schröder-Scräder (commissioner), Utrecht, to Centraal Museum, Utrecht (inv 26104) (all furniture and fittings were part of the commission. Original designs by Rietveld were modified to fit the Rietveld-Schröder House)

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Marijke Küper, Ida van Zijl, 'Gerrit Th. Rietveld', Centraal Museum, Utrecht, 1992, p 102.

Thijs Rinsema (1877 - 1947)

X28621

1920-30

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on paper, unique Collage on paper support: 131 x 115 mm Fries Museum Leeuwarden, Netherlands Provenance:

1985: Acquired by Fries Museum, Leeuwarden, from the Sandberg Collection [Sandberg was the Director of the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, from 1945-1962]

Nationality of the artist: Dutch Distinguishing marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Publications: Thom Mercuur (ed) 'Thijs Rinsema 1877-1947', Fries Museum, Leeuwarden, 1980

X28622 Day's Tobacco Company

1920-30 on paper, unique Collage on paper support: 131 x 111 mm Fries Museum Leeuwarden, Netherlands Provenance:

1985: Acquired by Fries Museum, Leeuwarden, from the Sandberg Collection [Sandberg was the Director of the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, from 1945-1962]

Nationality of the artist: Dutch Distinguishing marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Publications: Thom Mercuur (ed) 'Thijs Rinsema 1877-1947', Fries Museum, Leeuwarden, 1980

Christian Schad (1894-1982, born: Miesbach, died: Stuttgart)

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X29311 Typewritten Picture. Dada Portrait.

1920 on paper, unique Collage 165 x 192mm Chancellerie des Universités de Paris - Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris Provenance: 1967: Acquired by the Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris, from Christophe Tzara TZR 820 1963: From Tristan Tzara to Christophe Tzara (by inheritance). - Correspondence received by the artist Tristan Tzara

Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Publications: Laurent le Bont, 'Dada', Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2005 Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

Paul Schuitema (1897 - 1973)

X29313 Advertisement for Hil Berkel Competition

1928 on paper, unique Lithograph support: 298 x 213 mm frame: 630 x 450 mm Collection Merrill C. Berman Provenance: 1990: Purchased by Merrill C Berman from the book sellers Ex- Libris, New York.

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Nationality of artist: Dutch Distinguishing marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Kurt Schwitters (1887-1948, born: Hannover, died: Kendal, active: Hamburg, London)

X30859 Letter to Tristan Tzara. Hanover. 7 December

1920 supporting material Handwritten manuscript with collage support: 146 x 107 mm Chancellerie des Universités de Paris - Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris Provenance: 1967: Acquired by the Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris, from Christophe Tzara. TZR 3682/ TZR C 3681 - A 1963: From Tristan Tzara to Christophe Tzara (by inheritance). - Correspondence received by the artist Tristan Tzara

Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Publications: Laurent le Bont, 'Dada', Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2005 Catalogue raisonné: Hatje Cantz, ': 1905-1922', Hannover, 2003

X27511 Typeset Poem

1922 on paper, unique

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Black chalk on paper support: 116 x 96 mm Chancellerie des Universités de Paris - Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris Provenance: 1967: Acquired by the Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris, from Christophe Tzara. TZR 3682 1963: From Tristan Tzara to Christophe Tzara (by inheritance). - Correspondence received by the artist Tristan Tzara

Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Publications: Laurent le Bont, 'Dada', Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2005 Catalogue raisonné: Hatje Cantz, 'Kurt Schwitters: 1905-1922', Hannover, 2003

X28309 Typeset Poem

1922 on paper, unique Black chalk on paper support: 101 x 79 mm Chancellerie des Universités de Paris - Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris Provenance: 1967: Acquired by the Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris, from Christophe Tzara. TZR C 3409 1/3 1963: From Tristan Tzara to Christophe Tzara (by inheritance). - Correspondence received by the artist Tristan Tzara

Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Publications: Laurent le Bont, 'Dada', Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2005 Catalogue raisonné: Hatje Cantz, 'Kurt Schwitters: 1905-1922', Hannover, 2003

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1922 on paper, unique Black chalk on paper 105 x 90mm Chancellerie des Universités de Paris - Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris Provenance: 1967: Acquired by the Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris, from Christophe Tzara. TZR 3683 3 1963: From Tristan Tzara to Christophe Tzara (by inheritance). - Correspondence received by the artist Tristan Tzara

Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Publications: Laurent le Bont, 'Dada', Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2005 Catalogue raisonné: Hatje Cantz, 'Kurt Schwitters: 1905-1922', Hannover, 2003

X28180 Untitled (I.K. Bonset)

1925 on paper, unique Collage, oil and cardboard on paper support: 175 x 145 mm frame: 272 x 226 x 31 mm Private collection Provenance: After 1968: Private Collection, Brussels (by inheritance) 1956 - 1968: Pierre Janlet, Brussels 1954: Galerie Heinz Berggruen, Paris (possibly) 1948-1954: Ernst Schwitters (the artist’s son), Lysaker, Norway. (By inheritance)

Nationality of Artist: German Identifying marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Hatje Cantz, 'Kurt Schwitters: 1923-1936', Hannover, 2003, p. 162

Karel Teige (1900 - 1951)

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X30268 Fragment (b), Reworked typographical poetry page from book by K. Biebl, 'With a Ship Importing Tea and Coffee'

1928 on paper, unique Lithograph and gouache on paper support: 190 x 137 mm Collection Merrill C. Berman Provenance: Oct-Nov 1988 Purchased by Merrill C Berman from Galerie Gmurzynska

Nationality of artist: Czech Distinguishing marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not known

X30819 Fragment (a), Reworked typographical poetry page from book by K. Biebl, 'With a Ship Importing Tea and Coffee'

1928 on paper, unique Lithograph and watercolour on paper support: 190 x 137 mm Collection Merrill C. Berman Provenance: Oct-Nov 1988 Purchased by Merrill C Berman from Galerie Gmurzynska

Nationality of artist: Czech Distinguishing marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not known

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X28313 Graphic Advertising Art

1927 on paper, print Printed matter, booklet support: 218 x 153 mm Collection Merrill C. Berman Provenance: 1988: Purchased Merrill C Berman from the book sellers Ex Libris, New York. This work is listed in the priced catalogue 'Lissitzky, Schwitters, Tschichold, Werkman, Zwart' c. 1985

Nationality of artist: German Distinguishing marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Not recorded

X29315 The New Typography

[Die Neue Typographie] 1928 supporting material Printed matter, book support: 210 x 284 mm Collection Merrill C. Berman Provenance: July 1988: Purchased by Merrill C Berman from the Barry Friedman Gallery, New York

Nationality of artist: German Distinguishing marks: Not recorded Place of manufacture: Berlin

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Publications: Maud Lavin (ed), 'Graphic Design in the Mechanical Age: Selections from the Merrill C Berman Collection', fig 2.2, no 188.

Nelly Van Doesburg (1899-1975)

X33175 De Stijl, 1917-1931, last issue

1932, January supporting material Printed matter, journal 210 x 260 mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht Provenance:

1983: Purchased by Centraal Museum, Utrecht, from Booksellers Schuhmacher, Amsterdam

Nationality of Artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

Georges Vantongerloo (1886-1965, born: Antwerpen, died: Paris)

X30030 Study, no.III

1920 painting

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Caseine on panel support: 300 x 225 mm frame: 470 x 400 mm Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Gent Provenance: 2008: acquired by the Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Gent from Annely Juda Fine Art, London c. 2006: Acquired by Annely Juda Fine Art, London from Max Bill - Collection Max Bill (Georges Vantongerloo Foundation, Zumikon, ) (date unknown) from the artist to Max Bill (Zurich, Switzerland)

Nationality of artist: French Distinguishing marks: inscribed verso: top left with ink '(5)', top half with blue crayon '1920', signed and dated with ink 'G Vantongerloo 1920' typewritten on white label 'Georges Vantongerloo / (5) etudes Bruxelles 1920. Vantongerloo's later address in Paris is stuck out on label. Place of Manufacture: Brussels

Catalogue raisonné, 'Georges Vantongerloo' Angela Thomas Janowski, Kunsthaus Zurich, 1981 no. 11 pg 31 Publications: Angela Schmid, 'Georges Vantongerloo: A Restrospective' Annely Juda Fine Art, London, 2006, no 17.

X29973 Composition II, Indigo Violet Derived from Equilateral Triangle

1921 painting Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard support: 330 x 375 mm The Museum of Modern Art, New York. The Riklis Collection of McCrory Corporation, 1985 Provenance:

1983: the Museum of Modern Art, New York, from The Riklis Collection of McCrory Corporation (1078.1983) 1977: the Riklis Collection of McCrory Corporation. 1971: [Denise René Hans Mayer (gallery)] Düsseldorf (?) Max Bill, Zurich

Nationality of Artist: French Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Angela Thomas Janowski (ed), 'Georges Vantongerloo' Kunsthaus Zurich 1981 Cleared by MoMA through the Art Loss Register on June 4, 2009

Clara Wichmann

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X28630 The Theory of Syndicalism

[De theorie van het syndicalisme] 1920 supporting material Printed matter, book image: 190 x 180mm Centraal Museum, Utrecht (on loan from the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Heritage; gift van Moorsel) Provenance: 1999: on loan Centraal Museum, Utrecht 1981: donated to Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Rijswijk, from Mrs L.H.M van Moorsel (AB4979) 1975: Mrs L.H.M (Wies) van Moorsel estate from Nelly van Doesburg (by inheritance)

Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Catalogue raisonné: Els Hoek, 'Theo van Doesburg', Utrecht, 2000

Piet Zwart (1885-1977)

X29314 Advertisement for NKF, Dutch Cable Works, Delft

1925 on paper, print Letterpress support: 297 x 211 mm frame: 375 x 287 x 37 mm Collection Merrill C. Berman Provenance: c. 1985-1988: Purchased by Merrill C Berman from the book sellers Ex Libris, New York. Ex Libris published the priced catalogue 'Herbert Bayer & Piet Zwart: Masters of Design' between 1987 and 1993.

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Nationality of artist: Dutch Identifying marks: not recorded Place of manufacture: not recorded

Arshile Gorky: A Retrospective Tate Modern (London, UK) from 10 Feb 2010 until 09 May 2010.

Arshile Gorky (c.1904-1948, born: Armenia, died: Sherman)

X31434 The Antique Cast

1926 painting Oil on canvas support: 921 x 1178 mm San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. David McCulloch © Estate of Arshile Gorky / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. David McCulloch Provenance: Acquired from the artist by Julien Levy; to Mrs. David Metzger, 1947; to Mrs. Warren McCulloch; to David McCulloch; donated by Mr. and Mrs. David McCulloch

X31438 Self-Portrait at the Age of Nine

1928 painting Oil on canvas support: 311 x 260 mm The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of Leon Constantiner, 2002 Provenance: Acquired from the artist by Mrs. Nat Austin, after 1928; to Nicholas Wilder and James Corcoran, Los Angeles, circa 1970s; to Nicholas Wilder; Estate of Nicholas Wilder, New York; to Leon Constantiner, New York, ca. 1990; to The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2002

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X31439 Self Portrait

circa 1928 painting Oil on canvas support: 610 x 406 mm Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Burkhardt Provenance: Acquired from artist by Hans Burkhardt between 1934-1937; donated to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1947

X31457 Woman with Palette

circa 1928 painting Oil on canvas support: 1359 x 952 mm Philadelphia Museum of Art. Purchased with funds (by exchange) from the bequest of Henrietta Myers Miller with proceeds from the sale of other deaccessioned works of art Provenance: Acquired from the artist by Maxfield Franz Vogel during early-; by descent to Louise Vogel; to Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2004

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X31458 Untitled (Study for Woman with Palette)

circa 1928 on paper, unique Pencil on paper support: 489 x 730 mm Stephen Mazoh Provenance: Estate of the artist; to private collection; to Stephen Mazoh & Co., Rhinebeck, New York

X31442 Enigma (Composition of Forms on a Table)

1928-1929 painting Oil on canvas support: 838 x 1118 mm The Honorable and Mrs. Joseph P. Carroll Provenance: Acquired from the artist by Mr. and Mrs. M. Martin Janis, Buffalo, 1934; to Allan Stone Collection; sold Christies, 12 November, 2007 to The Honorable and Mrs. Joseph P. Carroll

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circa 1930 painting Oil on canvas support: 1219 x 891 mm Philadelphia Museum of Art Provenance: Acquired from the artist by Bernhard Davis, circa 1930; donated to Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1942

X31449 Still Life

circa 1930-1 painting Oil on canvas support: 978 x 1279 mm Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, VA, Bequest of Walter P. Chrysler, Jr. Provenance: Acquired from artist by Charles Mergentime; donated to the Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1953; to Jeffrey H. Loria, March 1976; to M. and Co., May 1976; to Walter P. Chrysler Jr.; bequethed to the Chrysler Museum of Art 1989

X31471 Study for “Nighttime, Enigma, and Nostalgia”

circa 1932 on paper, unique Pen, brush, and ink on paper support: 511.2 x 730.25 mm Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC, Joseph H. Hirshhorn Purchase Fund, 2000. Provenance: Estate of the artist; to private collection; to Sidney Janis Gallery, New York; to private collection, New York; to Sigrid Freundorfer Fine Art, New York; to Harvey and Francoise Rambach, New Jersey, 1984; to James Goodman Gallery, New York, 1999; to Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, April 28, 2000

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X31472 Nighttime, Enigma, and Nostalgia

circa 1931-2 on paper, unique Pen, brush and ink on board (recto); Pen and black ink and graphite pencil on board (verso) support: 662 x 867 mm Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. 50th Anniversary Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Bergman. 80.54a-b Provenance: Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Bergman, Chicago, by 1969; donated to Whitney Museum of American Art, 1980

X31478 Untitled (Study for a Mural)

circa 1931-2 on paper, unique Pen and black ink over graphite on wove paper support: 1841 x 660 mm frame: 660 x 813 x 25 mm The Detroit Institute of Arts, Founders Society Purchase with funds from Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Manoogian and K.T. Keller Fund. Provenance: Acquired from the artist by Jeanne Reynal; to Detroit Institute of Arts

X31479 Nighttime, Enigma, and Nostalgia

circa 1932 on paper, unique Ink on paper support: 724 x 966 mm Private collection Provenance: Estate of the artist; to Sidney Janis Gallery, New York; to private collection; sold by Jason McCoy, New York to private collection, October 2001

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X31461 Portrait of Myself and My Imaginary Wife

1933-1934 painting Oil on paperboard support: 219 x 362 mm frame: 394 x 533 mm Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC, Gift of the Joseph H. Hirshhorn Foundation, 1966 Provenance: Acquired from the artist by Joseph H. Hirshhorn, 20 March, 1943; to the Joseph H. Hirshhorn Foundation; donated to Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, 17 May, 1966

X31480 Organization (Nighttime, Enigma, and Nostalgia)

circa 1933-4 painting Oil on canvas mounted on masonite support: 343 x 549 mm University of Arizona Museum of Art. Gift of Edward Joseph Gallagher, Jr. Provenance: Edward J. Gallagher, Jr.; to University of Arizona Museum of Art, 1958

X31481 Nighttime, Enigma, and Nostalgia

circa 1933-4 painting Oil on canvas mounted onto panel

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support: 914 x 1216 mm The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Museum purchase with funds provided by the Caroline Wiess Law Accessions Endowment Fund Provenance: Acquired from the artist by Mr. and Mrs. Martin Janis, 1934; to The Martha Jackson Gallery, circa 1955; to the Estate of the artist; to private collection; to Gagosian Gallery by 1999; to Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 2005

X31451 The Artist and His Mother

circa 1926-36 painting Oil on canvas support: 1524 x 1270 mm Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Gift of Julien Levy for Maro and Natasha Gorky in memory of their father. 50.17 Provenance: Estate of the artist; to Julien Levy; donated to Whitney Museum, 1950

X31483 Organization

1933-1936 painting Oil on canvas support: 1264 x 1524 mm National Gallery of Art, Washington, Ailsa Mellon Bruce Fund 1979.13.3 Provenance: Estate of the artist; to private collection after 1966; to Xavier Fourcade, Inc., New York by 1979; purchased by National Gallery of Art, 28 February, 1979

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X31499 Study for Mural, “Aviation: Evolution of Forms under Aerodynamic Limitations”

circa 1935-6 painting Oil on canvas support: 762 x 889 mm Grey Art Gallery, New York University Art Collection. Gift of May Walter, 1965. Provenance: Acquired by Mr. Alfred Auerbach at auction, 1940s; to Miss May Walter, February 1963; donated to New York University Art Collection, February 1965

X31500 Aviation: Evolution of Forms under Aerodynamic Limitations I

1935-1936 on paper, unique Gouache on paper support: 153 x 263 mm Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern) on Deposit at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal Provenance: Estate of the artist; to Vartoosh Mooradian (sister); by descent to Karlen Mooradian (nephew); bequeathed to the Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern)

X31501 Aviation: Evolution of Forms under Aerodynamic Limitations II

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1935-1936 on paper, unique Gouache on paper support: 464 x 304 mm Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern) on Deposit at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal Provenance: Estate of the artist; to Vartoosh Mooradian (sister); by descent to Karlen Mooradian (nephew); bequeathed to the Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern)

X31503 Aviation: Evolution of Forms under Aerodynamic Limitations IV

1935-1936 on paper, unique Gouache on paper support: 160 x 255 mm Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern) on Deposit at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal Provenance: Estate of the artist; to Vartoosh Mooradian (sister); by descent to Karlen Mooradian (nephew); bequeathed to the Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern)

X31505 Study for Activities in the Field (Mural for Administration Building, Newark Airport, New Jersey)

1935-1936 on paper, unique Gouache on paper support: 474 x 926 mm Museum of Modern Art Provenance: Extended loan to the Museum of Modern Art from the WPA Art Program. Fine Arts Collection, Public Buildings Service, General Services Administration, 1939.

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X31507 Khorkom

circa 1933-6 on paper, unique Brush, pen and ink, and graphite on paper, with some erasing support: 578 x 730 mm L&M Arts, New York Provenance: Estate of the artist; to private collection by 1999; to L+M Arts by 2003

X31509 Image at Khorkum

circa 1934-6 on paper, unique Graphite and Ink on paper support: 470 x 619 mm Collection of Mr. and Mrs. J. Tomilson Hill Provenance: Estate of the artist; to Gagosian Gallery; to Mr. and Mrs. J. Tomilson Hill by 2003

X31510 Khorkum

circa 1933-6 on paper, unique Brush, pen, ink, and wash on wove paper

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support: 580 x 781 mm Ellen Phelan and Joel Shapiro Provenance: Estate of Arshile Gorky; to private collection; to Stephen Mazoh, New York; to Ellen Phelan and Joel Shapiro, after 1994

X31464 Portrait of Willem de Kooning

circa 1937 on paper, unique Ink on paper support: 216 x 137 mm Carroll Janis Provenance: Acquired from the artist by Bartolet Collection; to Sidney Janis Gallery, New York; to Carroll Janis, New York.

X31482 Architectonic Panel: Nighttime, Enigma, and Nostalgia

1936-1937 on paper, unique Wash and Indian ink on paper support: 558 x 762 mm Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern) on Deposit at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal Provenance: Estate of the artist; to Vartoosh Mooradian (sister); by descent to Karlen Mooradian (nephew); bequeathed to the Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern)

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X31488 Composition with Head

circa 1936-7 painting Oil on canvas support: 1943 x 1537 mm Donald L. Bryant, Jr. Collection Provenance: Estate of Arshile Gorky; to private Collection by 1989; sold at Sotheby's New York, 14 November, 2001 to Donald L. Bryant, Jr

X31489 Painting

circa 1936-7 painting Oil on canvas support: 965 x 1219 mm Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Purchase 37.39 Provenance: Acquired by Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, from the 1937 Whitney Annual exhibition, 1937

X31490 Composition

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1937 painting Enamel on canvas support: 739 x 1013 mm The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Bequest of Caroline Wiess Law Provenance: Acquired from the Estate of the artist by private collection; bequest of Caroline Wiess Law to the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

X31502 Aviation: Evolution of Forms under Aerodynamic Limitations III

1936-1937 on paper, unique Gouache on paper support: 464 x 342 mm Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern) on Deposit at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal Provenance: Estate of the artist; to Vartoosh Mooradian (sister); by descent to Karlen Mooradian (nephew); bequeathed to the Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern)

X31493 Composition

circa 1936-9 painting Oil on canvas support: 756 x 908 mm Minneapolis Institute of Arts, The Francisca S. Winston Fund Provenance: Estate of Arshile Gorky; to Paul Kantor Gallery, Beverly Hills, California; purchased by the Minneapolis Institute of Art, 1963

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X31544 Hitler Invades Poland

1939 on paper, unique Mixed media on paper support: 445 x 581 mm Private Collection Provenance: The artist; to Ailes Gilmour ['s sister]; to private collection, 1985

X31511 Untitled (Xhorkum)

1940 on paper, unique Pencil on paper support: 216 x 260 mm Private Collection Provenance: Phyllis Kind Gallery, New York; to Harold X. Weinstein, Chicago; to Richard Feigen Gallery, New York; to Dunkelman Gallery, Toronto/ Allan Stone Gallery, New York; to Melissa C. Brumder, New York, c. 1979; to Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York; to private collection; sold at Christies, New York, to private collection, 17 May, 2007

X31515 Untitled (Study for Garden in Sochi)

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painting Watercolor and gouache on gessoed balsa wood panel support: 129 x 186 mm Collection of Ms. Andrea Balian, Ms. Katherine Balian, Dr. Bruce Berberian, and Mr. Mark Berberian Provenance: Estate of the artist; to Statenig Avedisian (sister), Watertown, Massachussets; by descent to Florence Berberian (niece), 11 February, 1985; by descent to Andrea Balian, Katherine Balian, Mark Berberian and Dr. Bruce Berberian, 8 August 2001

X31514 Garden in Sochi

1941 painting Oil on canvas support: 1124 x 1581 mm Museum of Modern Art Provenance: Acquired from artist by Mr. and Mrs. Wolfgang S. Schwabacher; to Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1942

X31452 The Artist and His Mother

1926-1942 painting Oil on canvas support: 1524 x 1270 mm National Gallery of Art, Washington, Ailsa Mellon Bruce Fund, 1979.13.1 Provenance: Estate of the artist; to private collection after 1966; to Xavier Fourcade, Inc., New York by 1979; purchased by National Gallery of Art, 28 February, 1979

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X31494 Central Park at Dusk

1936-1942 painting Oil on canvas support: 622 x 775 mm Curtis Galleries, Minneapolis, MN Provenance: Acquired from the artist by Mr. and Mrs. William Muschenheim, 1931; to Sidney Janis Gallery, 1963; to Eugene V. Thaw, 1976; to private collection; to Acquavella Gallery, New York; to private collection; to Salander O'Reilly Galleries, New York; to Curtis Galleries, Minneapolis, 1994

X31496 Untitled

1941-1942 on paper, unique Gouache on paper on board support: 432 x 559 mm Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation Provenance: Peter Socolof by 1981; to Allan Stone Gallery; sold by Christies New York to Frederick Weisman Company, 8 November, 1983; to Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation, 15 January, 2003

X31497 Mojave

1941-1942

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painting Oil on canvas support: 732 x 1029 mm Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Gift of Burt Kleiner Provenance: Mr. and Mrs. Burt Kleiner; donated to Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1964

X31512 After Khorkum

1940-1942 painting Oil on canvas support: 914 x 1213 mm The , Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wise Provenance: Estate of the artist; to Allan Stone and Howard Wise, 1963; to Howard Wise, 1964; donated to The Art Institute of Chicago, 1968

X31519 The Pirate II

1942 painting Oil on canvas support: 743 x 1019 mm Private collection, courtesy Waqas Wajahat Ltd., New York Provenance: Acquired from artist by Julien Levy, 1945; sold at Tajan auction, Paris, to private collection, 5 October, 2004

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circa 1943 painting Oil on canvas support: 787 x 990 mm Museum of Modern Art Provenance: Estate of the artist; to The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1969

X31520 The Pirate I

1942-1943 painting Oil on canvas support: 762 x 921 mm The Honorable and Mrs. Joseph P. Carroll Provenance: Acquired from artist by Julien Levy, 1945; sold at Tajan auction, Paris, to Lawrence B. Salander, New York, 6 October, 2004; to The Honorable and Mrs. Joseph Carroll, 2006

X31522 Waterfall

circa 1943 painting Oil on canvas support: 968 x 638 mm Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC, Gift of Joseph H. Hirshhorn, 1966 Provenance: Estate of the artist; to Sidney Janis Gallery, New York; to Harold Diamond, New York; to Joseph H. Hirshhorn, New York, 1964; donated to Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, 1966

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X31524 Anatomical Blackboard

1943 on paper, unique Graphite and crayon on paper support: 514 x 695 mm Private Collection Provenance: Estate of the artist; to Sidney Janis collection, New York, 1950s; to Walter Bareiss, New York by 1962; to private collection

X31525 Drawing (Virginia Landscape)

1943 on paper, unique Pencil and wax crayon on paper support: 581 x 737 mm frame: 752 x 910 mm Glenstone Provenance: Estate of the artist; to private collection; to Xavier Fourcade, Paris; to Allan Stone Gallery, New York; to private collection; to C&M Arts, New York; to Glenstone Foundation, 1999

X31526 Untitled (Virginia Landscape)/Act of Creation

1943

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on paper, unique Graphite and wax crayon on paper support: 527 x 730 mm frame: 835 x 1035 x 33 mm Collection Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal Provenance: Estate of the artist; to Vartoosh Mooradian (sister); by descent to Karlen Mooradian (nephew); bequeathed to the Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern); to Collection Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal

X31527 Untitled (Virginia Landscape)

circa 1943 on paper, unique Graphite pencil and pastel on paper, mounted on board support: 510 x 692 mm Collection of Ms. Andrea Balian, Ms. Katherine Balian, Dr. Bruce Berberian, and Mr. Mark Berberian Provenance: Estate of the artist; to Statenig Avedisian (sister), Watertown, Massachussets; by descent to Florence Berberian, 11 February, 1985; by descent to Andrea Balian, Katherine Balian, Mark Berberian and Dr. Bruce Berberian, 8 August 2001

X31528 Study for The Liver is the Cock’s Comb

1943 on paper, unique Graphite and crayon on paper support: 483 x 629 mm The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. Bequest of Marcia Simon Weisman Provenance: Estate of Arshile Gorky until May 1961; Sidney Janis Gallery; Ferus Gallery/Sidney Janis Gallery; to Mr. and Mrs. Frederick R. Weisman by 1962; to Marcia Simon Weisman; donated to Museum of Contemporary Art, 1996

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X31523 Housatonic Falls

1943-44 painting Oil on canvas support: 864 x 1118 mm Private Collection, New York Provenance: Estate of the artist; to William B. Jaffe by 1966; to Mr. and Mrs. Albrecht Saalfield by 1981; to private collection

X31529 One Year the Milkweed

1944 painting Oil on canvas support: 940 x 1194 mm National Gallery of Art, Washington, Ailsa Mellon Brunce Funda 1979.13.2 Provenance: Estate of the artist; to private collection after 1966; to Xavier Fourcade, Inc., New York by 1979; purchased by National Gallery of Art, 28 February, 1979

X31530 How My Mother’s Embroidered Apron Unfolds in My Life

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1944 painting Oil on canvas support: 1016 x 1145 mm Seattle Art Museum, gift of Mr. and Mrs. Bagley Wright Provenance: Estate of the artist; to Sidney Janis Gallery; to Mr. and Mrs. Bagley Wright, 1959; donated to the Seattle Art Museum, 1974

X31531 Love of the New Gun (l’Amour du fusil neuf)

1944 painting Oil on canvas support: 756 x 959 mm The Menil Collection, Houston Provenance: Acquired from the artist by Julien Levy, 1945; to Richard L. Feigen Gallery, New York; to the Menil Foundation, 1980

X31532 Untitled

1944 painting Oil on canvas support: 1670 x 1782 mm Collection Provenance: Acquired from the artist, 1945

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X31533 Untitled

1944 painting Oil on cardboard support: 610 x 765 mm frame: 841 x 1000 mm Glenstone Provenance: Acquired from the artist by the Magruder Collection, Washington, D.C.; to Henri Gallery, Washington, D.C.; to Felix Landau Gallery, Los Angeles; to Mr. & Mrs. Argo E. Landau; to private collection, USA; sold at Sotheby's New York, Contemporary Art sale to C&M Arts, New York, November 5-6, 1985; to Glenstone

X31534 Cornfield of Health

circa 1944 painting Oil on canvas support: 864 x 1118 mm Private Collection Provenance: Estate of Arshile Gorky; to private collection after 1966; to private collection after 1982

X31535 Good Afternoon, Mrs. Lincoln

circa 1944

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painting Oil on canvas support: 762 x 965 mm Collection of Barney A. Ebsworth Provenance: Estate of the artist to Merrill Berman after 1966; to Allan Stone Gallery by 1974; to private collection by 1995; to Allan Stone Gallery by 1997; to Barney Ebsworth, 1997

X31550 Study for The Plow and the Song

1944 on paper, unique Graphite and crayon on paper support: 483 x 643 mm The Allen Memorial Art Museum Provenance: Estate of the artist; acquired by Allen Memorial Art Museum from Sidney Janis Gallery, 1956

X31553 Haikakan Gutan I (Armenian Plow I)

1944 sculpture Wood object: 194 x 175 x 116 mm Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern) on Deposit at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal Provenance: Estate of the artist; to Vartoosh Mooradian (sister); by descent to Karlen Mooradian (nephew); bequeathed to the Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern)

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X32524 The Liver Is the Cock's Comb

1944 painting Oil on canvas support: 1860 x 2500 mm Collection Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York. Gift of Seymour H. Knox, 1956 Provenance: Acquired from the artist by Mrs. Jean Lamson Hebbeln, 1944; exhibited at Sidney Janis Gallery 1953; to Seymour H. Knox Jr.; donated to Albright- Knox Gallery, 1956

X31538 Untitled

1945 on paper, unique India ink and red crayon on grey paper support: 229 x 146 mm Doreen and Gilbert Bassin Provenance: Estate of the artist; Allan Frumken Gallery; sold at Sotheby's, New York, to Doreen and Gilbert Bassin, March 18, 1972

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circa 1945 on paper, unique Ink and gouache on paper support: 610 x 480 mm Collection Marcel and David Fleiss, Galerie 1900-2000, Paris Provenance: Acquired from the artist by André Breton; to Marcel and David Fleiss, Galerie 1900-2000, Paris, France

X31545 The Unattainable

1945 painting Oil on canvas support: 1048 x 743 mm The Baltimore Museum of Art: Purchase with exchange funds from Blanche Adler Bequest, Frederic W. Cone, William A. Dickey, Jr., Nelson and Juanita Greif Gutman Collection, Wilmer Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lion, ** continued in object notes field Provenance: Acquired from artist by Edgar A. Levy; to Mr. Julien Levy; to Sidney Janis Gallery; to Mr. Barney Rosset; to Harold Diamond; to Baltimore Museum of Art, 1964

X31546 Hugging (Good Hope Road II). (Pastoral)

1945 painting Oil on canvas support: 647 x 827 mm Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza Provenance: Acquired from the artist by Julien Levy; to Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Janis, 1966; to The Museum of Modern Art, 1967; to Andrew Crispo Gallery, New

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York; to Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection, Madrid, Spain, 1978

X31547 Landscape Table

1945 painting Oil on canvas support: 920 x 1219 mm Centre Pompidou Provenance: Acquired from the artist by Julien Levy; to Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Friedman by 1966; to M. Knoedler & Co.; to Musee National d'Art Moderne, Centre National d'Art et Culture George Pompidou, Paris, France, 1971

X31554 Haikakan Gutan II (Armenian Plow II)

1945 sculpture Wood and aluminum object: 155 x 613 x 143 mm Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern) on Deposit at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal Provenance: Estate of the artist; to Vartoosh Mooradian (sister); by descent to Karlen Mooradian (nephew); bequeathed to the Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern)

X32532 Diary of a Seducer

1945

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painting Oil on canvas support: 1270 x 1575 mm

Provenance: Acquired from artist by Julien Levy; to Mr. and Mrs. William A. M. Burden, 1951; donated by Mr. William A. M. Burden, 1985

X31537 Untitled

1945-1946 on paper, unique India ink and gouache on grey paper support: 308 x 365 mm Collection Timothy Baum, New York Provenance: Acquired from the artist by André Breton; by descent to Aude Breton Elleouet; to Timothy Baum

X31540 Nude

1946 painting Oil on canvas support: 1273 x 968 mm Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC, Gift of the Joseph H. Hirshhorn Foundation, 1966 Provenance: Acquired from the artist by Julien Levy Gallery; to Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Varady, New York; to Harold Diamond, New York, 1964; to Joseph H. Hirshhorn Foundation, 1964; to Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, 1966

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X31541 Study for 'Nude'

1946 on paper, unique Ink on paper support: 241 x 159 mm Private Collection Provenance: Acquired from the artist by André Breton; to Galerie 1900 - 2000, Paris, France; acquired by private collection from Galerie 1900-2000, Paris, 2002; sold at Christies, London, February 9, 2007, to private collection

X31548 Apple Orchard

circa 1943-6 on paper, unique Pastel on paper support: 1067 x 1321 mm Private Collection, New York Provenance: Estate of the artist; to Sidney Janis Gallery, New York; to Galerie Beyeler, Basel, November 1959; to Mr. Luigi Carluccio, Turin, Italy, April 1960; to Allan Stone Gallery, New York; to private collection, New York

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1942-1946 painting Oil on canvas support: 1110 x 1360 mm Collection of Samuel and Ronnie Heyman Provenance: Estate of the artist; to Samuel and Ronnie Heyman, 31 March,1998

X31556 Untitled

1946 on paper, unique Pencil and colored crayon on paper support: 483 x 635 mm Private Collection Provenance: Estate of artist; acquired by Norma Pechenik from Sidney Janis Gallery exhibition, c.1950s; to private collection, late 1960s

X31557 Abstract Composition

1946 on paper, unique Graphite and colored crayon support: 483 x 635 mm Private collection Provenance: Private collection

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X31558 Untitled

1946 on paper, unique Graphite and crayon on paper support: 483 x 635 mm Paula Cooper Gallery Provenance: Acquired from the artist or Estate by Julien Levy, New York; to private collection, Chicago; to Richard Feigen Gallery, Chicago; to Roger and Myra Davidson, Toronto, Canada; bought in at Sotheby's New York, Thursday, 14 November, 1991; to Paula Cooper Gallery

X31560 Drawing

1946 on paper, unique Pencil and crayon on paper support: 476 x 578 mm Private Collection Provenance: Julien Levy collection; to private collection

X31561 Virginia – Summer

1946 on paper, unique

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Graphite and crayon on paper support: 481 x 620 mm The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Gift of Oveta Culp Hobby Provenance: Estate of Arshile Gorky; M. Knoedler & Co., New York; to Xavier Fourcade, New York; to Katharine Komaroff Fine Arts, Inc., New York; to Barbara Mathes Gallery, 1989; to Janie C. Lee Gallery; bought in at Sotheby's New York, Contemporary Art, Part I [Lot 00005]; Gift of Oveta Culp Hobby to The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

X31562 Abstract

1946 on paper, unique Ink and crayon on paper support: 483 x 635 mm Indiana University Art Museum, Bloomington, Indiana Provenance: Estate of the artist; to Herbert Ferber, New York,1966; to Dr. Ilse Falk by 1969; to IUAM, March, 1969

X31563 Study for 'Agony'

circa 1946 on paper, unique Crayon and pencil on paper support: 457 x 610 mm Private Collection Provenance: B.C. Holland, Chicago; to Allan Stone Gallery, New York; to private collection; to Allan Stone Gallery, New York; to private collector, March 3, 2007

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X31567 Charred Beloved II

1946 painting Oil on canvas support: 1370 x 1016 mm National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Purchased 1971 Provenance: Estate of the artist; to Michel Tapies de Celeyran, Turin, Italy; to Fruart d'Angeli; to M. Knoedler and Co., Inc.; to The National Gallery of Canada, 1971

X31573 Study for “Summation”

1946 on paper, unique Graphite and crayon on paper support: 481 x 622 mm Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Wolfgang S. Schwabacher. 50.18 Provenance: Acquired from the artist by Ethel Schwabacher, June 1947; donated to the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1950

X32528 Untitled

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1946 on paper, unique Oil pastel and graphite on paper support: 457 x 610 mm frame: 698 x 838 mm Collection of Harry W. and Mary Margaret Anderson Provenance: William Copley Collection; sold at Sotheby's, June 1979 to Harold Diamond; to Harry W. and Mary Margaret Anderson, 1981

X31552 The Plow and the Song

1947 painting Oil on canvas support: 1283 x 1591 mm The Allen Memorial Art Museum Provenance: Estate of the artist; acquired from Julien Levy Gallery, 1952

X31555 Haikakan Gutan III (Armenian Plow III)

1947 sculpture Wood object: 194 x 175 x 116 mm Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern) on Deposit at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal Provenance: Estate of the artist; to Vartoosh Mooradian (sister); by descent to Karlen Mooradian (nephew); bequeathed to the Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern)

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circa 1946-7 on paper, unique Crayon, pencil, and wash on paper support: 571.5 x 752.5 mm Private Collection Provenance: The Estate of Arshile Gorky, New York; to M. Knoedler & Co., Inc., New York; to George Perutz, Dallas, Texas; to Sarah Campbell Blaffer Foundation, Houston; to private collection, New York, 1987; sold by Christies, New York to private collection, New York, 20 November, 1996; sold at Christies New York, PostWar & Contemporary Evening Sale to private collection, 12 November, 2008

X31566 Study for Agony

1946-1947 on paper, unique Pen and ink with crayon on paper support: 216 x 279 mm North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. John Foushee Provenance: Estate of the artist; to Mr. and Mrs. John Foushee, Chapel Hill, NC; donated to North Carolina Museum of Art, 1963

X31568 Study for 'The Betrothal'

1947 on paper, unique Graphite, charcoal, pastel and crayon on paper support: 1264 x 1019 mm Donald L. Bryant, Jr. Collection Provenance: Acquired from the artist by Jeanne Reynal, New York; to Julien Levy, Connecticut; to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Saul; sold at Sotheby's New York to

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private collection, New York, November 9, 1981; to Ben Heller, New York; sold at Christies, New York, to Donald L. Bryant, Jr., November 15, 2006

X31569 The Betrothal

1947 painting Oil on canvas support: 1286 x 997 mm Yale University Art Gallery, The Katherine Ordway Collection Provenance: Donated by the artist to the International Rescue Committee, 27 January, 1948; acquired by Katherine Ordway from the International Rescue Committee, April 4, 1949; acquired as part of The Katherine Ordway Collection by Yale University Art Gallery, 1980

X31570 The Betrothal I

1947 on paper, unique Oil on paper support: 1295 x 1016 mm The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. The Rita and Taft Schreiber Collection, Given in loving memory of her husband, Taft Schreiber, by Rita Schreiber Provenance: Estate of Arshile Gorky; to Martha Jackson Gallery, New York; to Rita and Taft Schreiber, Los Angeles; donated to The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, 1989

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X31571 The Betrothal II

1947 painting Oil on canvas support: 1289 x 965 mm Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Purchase 50.3 Provenance: Acquired from the artist by Julien Levy; to Samuel M. Kootz Gallery by 1950; Whitney Museum of American Art, 1950

X31576 Soft Night

1947 painting Oil, india ink, and conté crayon on canvas support: 968 x 1273 mm Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC, The Joseph H. Hirshhorn Bequest, 1981 Provenance: Estate of the artist; to Julien Levy; to Mr. and Mrs. John Stephan, Greenwich, Conneticut, November 1948; to Ruth (Stephan) Wagreen Franklin, 1962; to Health and Hospital Corporation/Bellevue Hospital Center, New York, 1976; sold at Sotheby's, New York, May 27, 1976 to Joseph H. Hirshhorn, New York; to Estate of Joseph H. Hirshhorn, 1981; to Joseph H. Hirshhorn Foundation, 1981; to Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, 1981

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1947 painting Oil on canvas support: 1016 x 1283 mm The Museum of Modern Art, New York. A. Conger Goodyear Fund Provenance: Acquired from estate of the artist, 1950

X31578 Untitled

1943-1948 painting Oil on canvas support: 1384 x 1638 mm Provenance: Estate of the artist; to Sidney Janis Gallery; to Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, 1965

X31581 Dark Green Painting

crica 1948 painting Oil on canvas support: 1114.4 x 1419.2 mm Philadelphia Museum of Art. Gift by exchange of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolphe Meyer de Schaunsee and Mrs. R. Sturgis Ingersoll Provenance: Mr and Mrs. H. Gates Lloyd, Haverford, Pennsylvania; sold by heirs at Sotheby's, New York, 4 May, 1994 to William Acquavella, New York; to Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1995

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X31582 Last Painting ("The Black Monk")

1948 painting Oil on canvas support: 786 x 1015 mm Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza Provenance: Estate of the artist; to private collection; to Andrew Crispo Gallery, New York after 1966; to Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, 1978

Henry Moore Tate Britain (London, UK) from 24 Feb 2010 until 08 Aug 2010.

Henry Moore OM, CH (1898-1986, born: Castleford)

X29321 Reclining Figure

1930 sculpture Ancaster stone object: 330 x 514 x 197 mm The Detroit Institute of Arts, Founders Society Purchase, Friends of Modern Art Fund Provenance: Mrs Fletcher LeB. B. Dailey (Miss Lois Orswell), Narragansett, Rhode Island; the M. Knoedler and Co., Inc., New York; purchased by The Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, 2 April 1962

Nationality of Artist: British Identifying marks: None recorded Place of manufacture: None recorded

Catalogue Raisonné: Sylvester, David, ed., Henry Moore: and Drawings: 1921-1948, vol. 1, London, 1979, no. 94, pp.7, 57

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X28899 Two Forms

1934 sculpture Pynkado wood object (including base): 279 x 546 x 308 mm The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Sir Michael Sadler Fund, 1937 Provenance: Collection of the artist, London, 1934-1937; The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1937 (purchased from Moore)

Nationality of Artist: British Identifying marks: None recorded Place of manufacture: None recorded

X28910 Two Forms

1936 sculpture Hornton stone object: 1067 x 432 x 203 mm object: 1029 x 337 x 305 mm base: 800 x 826 x 483 mm Philadelphia Museum of Art: Gift of Mrs H. Gates Lloyd, 1963 Provenance: The artist; Sir Michael Sadler; Curt Valentin Gallery, New York; Mrs H. Gates Lloyd, Haverford, PA (acquired from Valentin between 1940 and 1945); Philadelphia Museum of Art: Gift of Mrs H. Gates Lloyd, 1963

Nationality of Artist: British Identifying marks: None recorded Place of manufacture: None recorded

Catalogue Raisonné: Sylvester, David, ed., Henry Moore: Sculptures and Drawings: 1921-1948, vol. 1, London, 1979, no. 170, pp.11, 98

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X28904 Sculpture

1937 sculpture Hopton-wood stone object including base: 521 x 505 x 337 mm Lent by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Bequest of Lydia Winston Malbin, 1989 (1990.38.41) Provenance: The artist; Curt Valentin, New York, 1940s; Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, 1955; M. Knoedler & Co. NY, 1959; Lydia Winston Malbin, 1959-1990; bequeathed to The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1989

Nationality of Artist: British Identifying marks: None recorded Place of manufacture: None recorded

Catalogue Raisonné: Sylvester, David, ed., Henry Moore: Sculptures and Drawings: 1921-1948, vol. 1, London, 1979, no. 179, pp.11, 106 (contains all ref. up to 1979)

X28913 Reclining figure

1938 sculpture Cast lead object: 146 x 330 mm The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Purchase, 1939 Provenance: Collection of the artist, England, 1938-1939; The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1939 (purchased from Moore)

Nationality of Artist: British Identifying marks: None recorded Place of manufacture: None recorded

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X29044 Reclining Figure

1939 sculpture Elmwood object: 940 x 2007 x 762 mm The Detroit Institute of Arts, Founders Society Purchase with funds from the Dexter M. Ferry, Jr. Trustee Corporation Provenance: The artist; Gordon Onslow-Ford, purchased 1941; The Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, purchased from the Marlborough-Gerson Gallery, New York, 1965

Nationality of Artist: British Identifying marks: None recorded Place of manufacture: None recorded

Catalogue Raisonné: Sylvester, David, ed., Henry Moore: Sculptures and Drawings: 1921-1948, vol. 1, London, 1979, no. 208, pp.12, 199

X29542 Sculpture and Red Rocks

1942 on paper, unique Crayon and ink on paper support: 486 x 362 mm The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Philip L. Goodwin, 1949 Provenance: Buchholz Gallery (Curt Valentin), New York; Philip L. Goodwin, New York, probably purchased from the above, 1943; gift of Philip L. Goodwin to The Museum of Modern Art, New York 1949

Nationality of Artist: British Identifying marks: signed L.R. in ink Moore/42 Place of manufacture: None recorded

Catalogue Raisonné: Garrould, Ann, ed. Henry Moore: Complete Drawings, Volume 3, 1940-49, London: Henry Moore Foundation in association with Lund Humphries, 2001, p.164, AG 42.1176; HMF 2066

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