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American Drawn and Matched

20 September to 4 December 1977

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Artists

Alan Saret
American, born 1944
7 exhibitions
Lloyd Goldsmith
American, born 1945
1 exhibition
Jim Amaral
American, born 1933
1 exhibition
James Wyeth
American, born 1946
3 exhibitions
Theo Wujcik
American, born 1936
4 exhibitions
William T. Wiley
American, born 1937
16 exhibitions
Tom Wesselmann
American, 1931–2004
27 exhibitions
David Trowbridge
American, born 1945
2 exhibitions
Pat Steir
American, born 1940
18 exhibitions
Richard Serra
American, born 1939
23 exhibitions
Raymond Saunders
American, born 1934
1 exhibition
Fred Sandback
American, 1943–2003
9 exhibitions
Lucas Samaras
American, born Greece 1936
26 exhibitions
Susan Rothenberg
American, born 1945
21 exhibitions
Edda Renouf
American, born 1943
6 exhibitions
Richard Pousette-Dart
American, 1916–1992
8 exhibitions
David Novros
American, born 1941
4 exhibitions
Robert Morris
American, born 1931
36 exhibitions
Lee Krasner
American, 1908–1984
8 exhibitions
Alex Katz
American, born 1927
26 exhibitions
Will Insley
American, 1929–2011
5 exhibitions
Charles Hinman
American, born 1932
5 exhibitions
Nancy Graves
American, 1940–1995
10 exhibitions
Sam Gilliam
American, born 1933
5 exhibitions
Sonia Gechtoff
American, born 1926
2 exhibitions
Melvin Edwards
American, born 1937
4 exhibitions
Jim Dine
American, born 1935
68 exhibitions
Ralston Crawford
American, born Canada. 1906–1978
12 exhibitions
William Copley
American, 1919–1996
10 exhibitions
John Cage
American, 1912–1992
7 exhibitions
Ilya Bolotowsky
American, born Russia. 1907–1981
5 exhibitions
Mel Bochner
American, born 1940
11 exhibitions
Romare Bearden
American, 1911–1988
10 exhibitions
Benny Andrews
American, 1930–2006
4 exhibitions
Carl Andre
American, born 1935
19 exhibitions

New York Times Review of the exhibition

PUBLISHED

2 October 1977

Cornering the Cezannes That Shaped Modern Painting; Cornering the C zannes

By Grace GLUECK

In the fashion of any large and ex pensive spectacle, the long-her alded "C zanne: The Late Work" which opens Friday at the Museum of Modern Art presented its producer, William Rubin, with a real cliff-hanger. After much delay, would the Italian Government commit tee that must approve the lending of im portant works even by private citizens grant the loan of a key Cezanne painting requested a year ago from a collection in Milan?

New York Times • page D1 • 2,332 words