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EXHIBITIONS BY YEAR

Paintings for Paris

8 November to 13 December 1937

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Artists

Niles Spencer
American, 1893–1952
25 exhibitions
Bernard Karfiol
American, 1886–1952
17 exhibitions
Francis Criss
British, 1901–1973
3 exhibitions
Walt Kuhn
American, 1877–1949
28 exhibitions
Leon Kroll
American, 1884–1974
5 exhibitions
Morris Kantor
American, 1896–1974
18 exhibitions
Joe Jones
American, 1909–1963
4 exhibitions
Edward Hopper
American, 1882–1967
61 exhibitions
Alexandre Hogue
American, 1898–1994
4 exhibitions
William Gropper
American, 1897–1977
29 exhibitions
Ernest Fiene
American, born Germany. 1894–1965
9 exhibitions
Louis Michel Eilshemius
American, 1864–1941
19 exhibitions
Guy Pène du Bois
American, 1884–1958
9 exhibitions
John Steuart Curry
American, 1897–1946
4 exhibitions
Frank Mechau
American
3 exhibitions
Charles Burchfield
American, 1893–1967
44 exhibitions
William Zorach
American, 1889–1966
45 exhibitions
Grant Wood
American, 1891–1942
18 exhibitions
John Whorf
2 exhibitions
Franklin Chenault Watkins
American, 1894–1972
23 exhibitions
Maurice Sterne
American, born Latvia. 1877–1957
21 exhibitions
Eugene Speicher
American, 1883–1962
15 exhibitions
Raphael Soyer
American, 1899–1987
10 exhibitions
John Sloan
American, 1871–1951
30 exhibitions
Charles Sheeler
American, 1883–1965
85 exhibitions
Henry Varnum Poor
American, 1888–1970
6 exhibitions
Henry Lee McFee
American, 1886–1953
6 exhibitions
Henry Elis Mattson
5 exhibitions
Reginald Marsh
American, 1898–1954
19 exhibitions
John Marin
American, 1870–1953
63 exhibitions
Jonas Lie
American
3 exhibitions
Ernest Lawson
American, 1873–1939
4 exhibitions
Yasuo Kuniyoshi
American, 1889–1953
47 exhibitions
Alexander Brook
American, 1898–1980
16 exhibitions
George Biddle
American
9 exhibitions
Thomas Hart Benton
American, 1889–1975
19 exhibitions

New York Times Review of the exhibition

PUBLISHED

21 November 1937

PAINTINGS FOR PARIS'; Museum of Modern Art Shows Canvases By Americans-Posters Exhibited

ALLUDED to last Sunday, but not then discussed, the "Paintings for Paris" exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art can hardly expect to receive a reception other than mixed. That it contains some excellent canvases must be conceded, and with enthusiasm, at once.

New York Times • page 10 • 1,183 words