Skip to main content
EXHIBITIONS BY YEAR

John S. Newberry: A Memorial Exhibition

13 April to 14 July 1965

View on MoMA


MoMA Staff

Director

Artists

Amedeo Modigliani
Italian, 1884–1920
71 exhibitions
Stuart Davis
American, 1892–1964
59 exhibitions
Marino Marini
Italian, 1901–1980
19 exhibitions
Enrique Castro-Cid
Chilean, 1937–1992
1 exhibition
Jacques Villon
French, 1875–1963
42 exhibitions
Pavel Tchelitchew
American, born Russia. 1898–1957
59 exhibitions
Mario Sironi
Italian, 1885–1961
6 exhibitions
Oli Sihvonen
American, 1921–1991
3 exhibitions
Attilio Salemme
American, 1911–1955
4 exhibitions
Christian Rohlfs
German, 1849–1938
28 exhibitions
Odilon Redon
French, 1840–1916
78 exhibitions
Pablo Picasso
Spanish, 1881–1973
231 exhibitions
Carl-Henning Pedersen
Danish, 1913–1993
2 exhibitions
Henry Pearson
American,1914–2006
8 exhibitions
Georges Mathieu
French, 1921–2012
9 exhibitions
Franz Marc
German, 1880–1916
25 exhibitions
Alfred Kubin
Austrian, 1877–1959
14 exhibitions
Fritz Koenig
German, born 1924
3 exhibitions
Paul Klee
German, born Switzerland. 1879–1940
132 exhibitions
Jean Ipoustéguy
French, born 1920
7 exhibitions
Bernhard Heiliger
German, 1915–1995
8 exhibitions
George Grosz
American, born Germany. 1893–1959
77 exhibitions
Edwin Dickinson
American, 1891–1978
12 exhibitions
Roél d'Haese
Belgian, 1921–1966
1 exhibition
Charles Despiau
French, 1874–1946
35 exhibitions
Charles Demuth
American, 1883–1935
51 exhibitions
Émile-Antoine Bourdelle
French, born Rumania. 1861–1929
12 exhibitions
Lee Bontecou
American, born 1931
21 exhibitions
Robert Birmelin
American, born 1933
4 exhibitions
Willi Baumeister
German, 1889–1955
18 exhibitions
Mary Bauermeister
American, born 1934
8 exhibitions
Balthus (Baltusz Klossowski de Rola)
French, 1908–2001
36 exhibitions

New York Times Review of the exhibition

PUBLISHED

18 April 1965

Reputations Made And in Making

By Stuart PRESTON

FITTING tribute to a remarkable connoisseur, the late John S. Newberry, is paid at the Museum of Modern Art in a memorial exhibition of drawings he presented to it. This attractive and varied small anthology represents no more than a fraction of the Newberry collection, now largely elsewhere.

New York Times • page X23 • 748 words