2 edition of Kate Steinitz, art and collection found in the catalog.
Kate Steinitz, art and collection
Kate Traumann Steinitz
Catalog of an exhibition.
|Contributions||California State College, San Bernardino. Art Gallery.|
|LC Classifications||N6888.S6855 A4 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||104 p. :|
|Number of Pages||104|
|LC Control Number||82623257|
Catalog from the exhibition, "Kurt Schwitters: A Retrospective Exhibition," November 10–Decem , held at the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts. Includes: foreword, essays, list of artworks in the exhibition, selected images, biographical notes. Kate Steinitz, art and collection avant-garde art in Germany in the s and s: the Art Gallery, California State College, San Bernardino, April , Kate Traumann Steinitz, California State College, San Bernardino. Art Gallery, , Art, pages.
Lucky Hans and Other Merz Fairy Tales also includes brilliant new illustrations that evoke the s, s, and s. Schwitters wrote these darkly humorous, satirical, and surreal tales at a time when traditional German fairy tales were being co-opted by the Nazis/5(3). Object:Photo In his Foreword to The Museum of Modern Art's monumental Object:Photo, presenting Modern photographs from the Thomas Walther Collection (), MoMA Director Glenn D. Lowry writes, "This book showcases one of the most important acquisitions in the Museum's history, a collection of rare photographs made between the two world.
5. 5. - Prozkoumejte nástěnku „Inspiromat“ uživatele artbookcz na Pinterestu. Podívejte se na další nápady na téma Monoskop, Antibes a Futurismus pins. Kate Steinitz was a German-American artist and art historian affiliated with the European Bauhaus and Dadaist movements in the early 20th century. She is best known for her collaborative work with the artist Kurt Schwitters, and, in life, her scholarship on Leonardo da Traumann was born into an upper-middle-class family in Upper , her father, Judge Arnold Traumann.
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Kate Steinitz, Art and Art and collection book Avant-garde Art in Germany in the s and s: the Art Gallery, California State College, San Bernardino, April Authors: Kate Traumann Steinitz, California State College, San Bernardino. Art Gallery: Publisher: The Gallery, Original from: the University of California: Digitized: Feb.
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Jos. Link. Kate Steinitz at the Cinnabar Festival, Hanover. Gelatin silver print. Kate Steinitz papers, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. Materials related to the Schwitters-Steinitz Collection, which was compiled by Steinitz and is available at the National Gallery of Art Library in Washington, D.C., include a finding aid and photocopies documenting the exhibition Collaborative Works by Kate Steinitz and Kurt Schwitters from the Schwitters-Steinitz Collection ().
Get this from a library. Kate Steinitz, art and collection: avant-garde art in Germany in the s and s: the Art Gallery, California State College, San Bernardino, April [Kate Traumann Steinitz; William A Emboden; Julius Kaplan; Cathy Gilbert; Kathy Grossman; Jean Hall; Robert Leung; Katherine Pahnke; Shirley Pinard; Deborah Waters; California State College, San.
The Los Angeles County Museum celebrated Kate Steinitz’s eightieth birthday on August 2, with an exhibition of her own works and those from her art collection. She died in Los Angeles on April 7, trans. Joey Horsley. Steinitz, Kate Traumann, Kate Steinitz papers, [ca. ] Smithsonian Archives of American Art: creatorOf: Belt, Elmer, The Upton Sinclair collection from the library of Dr.
and Mrs. Elmer Belt: catalogue prepared for the donation to Occidental College / by Kate Trauman Steinitz and Margot Archer. Indiana University. Photo shows Steinitz from behind, wearing a blouse with a print of a newspaper article about the festival. Title from typewritten label affixed to verso.
Kate Steinitz at the Cinnabar Festival, Hannover, Jan. 7, from the Kate Steinitz papers, circa | Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Resources about Kate T. Steinitz (1) Kate Steinitz, art and collection: avant-garde art in Germany in the s and s: the Art Gallery, California State College, San Bernardino, April Steinitz, Kate T.
(Kate Trauman), [ Book, Government publication: ]. Kate Steinitz, recipient: Edith “Wanty” Thomas Letter from Kate Steinitz to Edith Thomas (‘Wantee’) about the loss of her friend, Kurt Schwitters 24 March Collection owner: Kurt Schwitters Letter to Edith Thomas from Geo.
Gatey & Son with enclosed letter from the Museum of Modern Art about the transport of Schwitters’ collages. Mount Type No mount; Marks and Inscriptions Inscribed in pencil on sheet verso, bottom right: TW ; Provenance The artist, New York/Los Angeles; by inheritance to the artist’s daughter, Ilse Berg, Los Angeles, ; to Galerie Berinson, Berlin, early s ; purchased by Thomas Walther, possibly April ; given to The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Schwitters, Kurt, Kurt Schwitters.
Pasadena, Calif.: Pasadena Art Museum, (OCoLC) Julius Kaplan (ed.), Kate Steinitz/Art and collection/Avant-garde art in Germany in the s and s (exh. cat.), San Bernardino, CA: The Art Gallery, California State College San Bernardino, (includes KS’s biography and admirable essays including William A.
Emboden, ‘Kate T. Steinitz – a life as art’, and Julius Kaplan, ‘Kate. Artist's books from this era include Kurt Schwitters and Kate Steinitz's book The Scarecrow (), and Theo van Doesburg's periodical De Stijl.
Dada and Surrealism [ edit ] Dada was initially started at the Cabaret Voltaire, by a group of exiled artists in neutral Switzerland during World War I.
Kate Steinitz Art and Collection: Avant-Garde Art In Germany in the s and s. Library Special Collections Blog. Upcoming Lecture: Parallel Lines Never Meet: Dolphins and Anchors and Aldus/Book Historians and Numismatists and Roman Coinsthe first modern book of art history, Zeitlin and art historian Kate Steinitz to help him build the foremost research collection in the world of books about all facets of.
Library Special Collections Blog. Elmer Belt, Collector of Ideas Exhibit. By HEATHER BRISTON on Fri, InLos Angeles urologist and bibliophile Dr.
Elmer Belt donated to UCLA his magnificent collection of books and materials about Leonardo da Vinci and the Italian Renaissance. [A] radiant, rueful, rip-roaring bookWarm enough to burn a hole in your heart. Ken Tucker. Dazzling Lit reminds us not only how compelling personal stories can be, but how, in the hands of a master, they can transmute into the highest art.
Rebecca Steinitz. As irresistible as it is unflinchingly honestBrand: HarperCollins Publishers. Art and Daily Life: Modernism in the Picture Book Commentary “Art and Daily Life: (♪) Photo-techniques that had rocked the world of art in the nineteenth century spread as a new medium among the general populace, opening up the era of the reproduction art that continues even today.
(♪). The Center for Book Arts Presents "Look, Look, Look: A Playful Book" Posted on July 9, When: July 11 - Septem Thomas Ockerse, Eugenia & Vladimir Radunsky, Kurt Schwitters/Kate Steinitz/Theo Van Doesburg, Alma Siedhoff-Buscher, Claire Van Vliet, and Laurence Weiner book art. bruno munari. center for book arts.
elisabeth. In short, all of the leading players of the world came, everybody except for Steinitz, who was there as a spectator and a journalist. This book contains all games. Each game is annotated by Steinitz and all games have been converted into Algebraic Notation by Sam : William Steinitz.- Explore pintue's board "The Modernist Era: The Influence of Modern Art" on Pinterest.
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