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EXHIBITIONS BY YEAR

Portraits in Prints

1 June to 6 September 1948

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MoMA Staff

Assembler
William S. Lieberman  American, 1923–2005

Artists

Pierre Bonnard
French, 1867–1947
68 exhibitions
George Bellows
American, 1882–1925
29 exhibitions
Max Beckmann
German, 1884–1950
72 exhibitions
Peggy Bacon
American, 1895–1987
18 exhibitions
Jacques Villon
French, 1875–1963
42 exhibitions
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
French, 1864–1901
58 exhibitions
John Sloan
American, 1871–1951
30 exhibitions
David Alfaro Siqueiros
Mexican, 1896–1974
37 exhibitions
Ben Shahn
American, born Lithuania. 1898–1969
86 exhibitions
Diego Rivera
Mexican, 1886–1957
47 exhibitions
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
German, 1880–1938
74 exhibitions
Louis Marcoussis
Polish, 1883–1941
22 exhibitions
Lovis Corinth
German, 1858–1925
41 exhibitions
André Masson
French, 1896–1987
71 exhibitions
Mauricio Lasansky
American, 1914–2012
11 exhibitions
Käthe Kollwitz
German, 1867–1945
23 exhibitions
Oskar Kokoschka
Austrian, 1886–1980
67 exhibitions
Juan Gris
Spanish, 1887–1927
77 exhibitions
Emil Ganso
American, 1895–1941
6 exhibitions
James Ensor
Belgian, 1860–1949
34 exhibitions
Carroll Cloar
American, 1913–1993
6 exhibitions
Marc Chagall
French, born Belarus. 1887–1985
96 exhibitions
Federico Castellon
American, 1914–1971
8 exhibitions
Georges Rouault
French, 1871–1958
88 exhibitions
Pierre-Auguste Renoir
French, 1841–1919
40 exhibitions
Pablo Picasso
Spanish, 1881–1973
231 exhibitions
Edvard Munch
Norwegian, 1863–1944
39 exhibitions
Henri Matisse
French, 1869–1954
182 exhibitions
Paul Cézanne
French, 1839–1906
89 exhibitions

New York Times Review of the exhibition

PUBLISHED

6 June 1948

EXHIBITIONS IN VARIETY; A Group of 'Primitives' -- Prints -- Kuniyoshi

By Sam HUNTER

TWO fairly representative shows of "primitive" art by a group of early Americans and a contemporary invite speculation on the enduring value of our multifarious forms of the "naive." Galerie St. Etienne is showing work by Hicks, Kane, Pickett and earlier anonymous figures.

New York Times • page X6 • 612 words