Gertrude Stein & Picasso & Juan Gris
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Gertrude Stein & Picasso & Juan Gris [catalogue of an exhibition held] 25 June-15 August, 1971. by National Gallery of Canada.

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Published in [Ottawa .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Stein family -- Art collections.,
  • Picasso, Pablo, 1881-1973.,
  • Gris, Juan, 1887-1927.

Book details:

Classifications
LC ClassificationsN5220.S785 N35 1971
The Physical Object
Pagination1 portfolio.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5328518M
LC Control Number72181494

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Five volumes, paper wrappers, including Cooper's essay on Gertrude Stein and Juan Gris, inserted in paper portfolio. Time line of the Stein-Picasso-Gris relationship. Exhibition catalogue with 44 plates, including five in color. Foldout with illustrations of the Stein studio laid . Canada: National Gallery of Canada, English version. Brown and black portfolio with several items related to the exhibition laid-in. Illustrated catalog of works in the exhibition, pamphlet with essay on "Gertrude Stein and Juan Gris", pamphlet with excerpts from Stein's book on Picassio, pamphlet with essay "Gertrude Stein as Collector", a timeline of the developing relationship between. "Gertrude Stein and Picasso and Juan Gris," June 25–Aug , no. 39 (as "Book and Glasses/Livre et verres"). San Francisco Museum of Art. "Four Americans in Paris: The Collections of Gertrude Stein and Her Family," September 9–Octo , unnumbered cat. In Picasso, Gertrude Stein is the crazy old lady sitting in the banch on the bus stop rambling to herself about how russian art is the circle and african art is the square, going back and forth on her confused thoughts and timelines. And you are the fool that didn't stop to wonder why there's an empty sit right next to her, eventhought to bus /5().

Paris: Galerie Simon, Gertrude Stein's first work published in France, featuring four soft-toned and subtle lithographs by Juan Gris. The book represents one of the most celebrated relationships in twentieth-century art; additionally it links the publisher Kahnweiler, who was Gris's dealer and the owner of the Galerie Simon. Gertrude Stein (February 3, – J ) was an American novelist, poet, playwright, and art collector. Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in the Allegheny West neighborhood and raised in Oakland, California, Stein moved to Paris in , and made France her home for the remainder of her life. She hosted a Paris salon, where the leading figures of modernism in literature and art, such. Gertrude Stein was one of the first Americans in Paris to respond with enthusiasm to the 20th century modernist revolution in European art. Alongside her partner Alice B. Toklas, she supported many emerging artists – including Matisse, Cézanne, Braque, and Picasso. For Picasso in particular, this early patronage was vital to his later success.   Get this from a library! Gertrude Stein & Picasso & Juan Gris; [catalogue of an exhibition held] 25 June August, [National Gallery of Canada.].

  “Before I decided to write this book my twenty-five years with Gertrude Stein, I had often said that I would write, The wives of geniuses I have sat with. Pablo Picasso, Juan Gris, Carl Van. JUAN GRIS: Roses () frontispiece. LASCAUX: Le Sacré Coeurfacing page 8. PICASSO: Café Interior ()facing page Prièe de Voltaire: An 18th-Century Script Engraving facing page Pensée de Rousseau: An 18th-Century Script Engraying facing page LA BARONNE PIERLOT: Landscape near Belley facing page Book and Glass () Artist: Juan Gris. Book and Glass was one of the first Gris paintings acquired by Stein. Rendered in a Cubist style of simplified, flattened, geometric forms, Gris depicted a table on which rests a bottle, glass, package of tobacco, and an open book. Picasso () is a book-length study of the painter who was one of her closest associates, and whose work was a lifelong inspiration for her. Among other works are The Mother of Us All () and her last major publication, Brewsie and Willie (), a striking stylistic departure that pays homage to the American soldiers she came to know.