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Description: English Art and Modernism 1900–1939
Selected Bibliography
PublisherPaul Mellon Centre
PublisherYale University Press
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Selected Bibliography
(including published documents, contemporary criticism, memoirs etc.)
A.I.A. Artists International Association. The First Five Years 1933–38. London 1938
A.I.A. Activities since 1938. London 1942
Ashcroft, T. English Art and English Society. London 1936
Bell, C. Art. London 1914
Bell, C. Since Cézanne. London 1922
Bell, C. Old Friends: Personal Recollections. London 1956
Bell, G. The Artist and his Public. London 1939
Blanche, J.-E. Portraits of a Lifetime: The Late Victorian Era. The Edwardian Pageant 1870–1914. London 1937
Blanche, J.-E. More Portraits of a Lifetime 1918–1938. London 1939
Breton, A. (trans. D. Gascoyne) What is Surrealism? London 1936
Casson, S. Artists at Work. London 1933
Caudwell, C. Studies in a Dying Culture. London 1938
Day Lewis, C. (ed.) The Mind in Chains: Socialism and the Cultural Revolution. London 1937
Epstein, J. Let There Be Sculpture: An Autobiography. London 1940. (Revised edition: Epstein: An Autobiography. London 1955)
Epstein, J., and Haskell, A. The Sculptor Speaks: A Series of Conversations on Art. London 1931
Evans, M. (ed.) The Painter’s Object. London 1937
Fry, R. Vision and Design. London 1920
Fry, R. Transformations. London 1926
Fry, R. Reflections on British Painting. London 1934
Fry, R. (intro.; ed. D. Sutton) Letters of Roger Fry. 2 vols. London 1972
Gascoyne, D. A Short Survey of Surrealism. London 1935
Gertler, M. (ed. N. Carrington, intro. Q. Bell) Selected Letters of Mark Gertler. London 1965
Gill, E. Sculpture: An Essay on Stonecutting with a Preface about God. Ditchling 1918
Gill, E. Art-Nonsense and other Essays. London 1929
Gill, E. Sculpture and the Living Model. London 1932
Gill, E. Beauty Looks After Herself. London 1933
Gill, E. Art and a Changing Civilization. London 1934
Gill, E. Autobiography. London 1940
Gill, E. (ed. W. Shewing) Letters of Eric Gill. London 1947
Grigson, G. The Crest on the Silver: An Autobiography. London 1950
Grigson, G. (ed.) The Arts Today. London 1935
Hepworth, B. A Pictorial Autobiography. Bath 1970. (New edition Bradford-on-Avon 1978)
Hillier, T. Leda and the Goose: An Autobiography. London 1954
Hulme, T. (ed. H. Read) Speculations: Essays on Humanism and the Philosophy of Art. London 1924
Hulme, T. (ed. S. Hynes) Further Speculations by T. E. Hulme. Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1955
John, A. Chiaroscuro: Fragments of an Autobiography. London 1952
Jones, D. Epoch and Artist. London 1959
Klingender, F. Marxism and Modern Art. London 1943
Lambert, R. (ed.) Art in England. London 1938
Lewis, P. Wyndham. The Caliph’s Design. London 1919
Lewis, P. Wyndham. Time and Western Man. London 1927
Lewis, P. Wyndham. Men without Art. London 1934
Lewis, P. Wyndham. Blasting and Bombar diering. London 1937
Lewis, P. Wyndham. Wyndham Lewis the Artist from Blast to Burlington House. London 1939
Lewis, P. Wyndham. Rude Assignment: A Narrative of My Career Up-to-date. London 1950
Lewis, P. Wyndham (ed. W. Rose) Letters of Wyndham Lewis. London 1962
Lewis, P. Wyndham (eds. W. Michel and C. Fox) Wyndham Lewis on Art. London 1969
Lewis, P. Wyndham, and Fergusson, L. Harold Gilman: An Appreciation. London 1919
MacColl, D. Confessions of a Keeper. London 1931
Marriott, C. Modern Movements in Painting. London 1920
Martin, J., Nicholson, B., and Gabo, N. (eds.) Circle: International Survey of Constructive Art. London 1937
Moore, G. Principia Ethica. Cambridge 1903
Moore, H. (ed. P. James) Henry Moore on Sculpture. London 1966
Nash, P. Room and Book. London 1932
Nash, P. Monster Field: A Discovery recorded by Paul Nash. Oxford 1946
Nash, P. Outline: An Autobiography and Other Writings. London 1949
Nash, P. (ed. M. Nash) Fertile Image. London 1951
Nash, P., and Bottomley, G. (eds. C. Abbott and A. Bertram) Poet and Painter: being the Correspondence between Gordon Bottomley and Paul Nash 1910–1946. London 1955.
Nevinson, C. Paint and Prejudice: An Autobiography. London 1937
Parkes, K. Sculpture of To-Day. London 1921
Pevsner, N. An Inquiry into Industrial Arts in England. Cambridge 1937
Pound, E. Gaudier Brzeska: a Memoir. London 1916
Pound, E. (ed. D. Paige) Letters of Ezra Pound 1907–1941. London 1951
Rea, B. (ed.) Five on Revolutionary Art. London 1935
Read, H. Reason and Romanticism. London 1926
Read, H. The Meaning of Art. London 1931
Read, H. Art Now. London 1933
Read, H. Art and Industry. London 1934
Read, H. Art and Society. London 1937
Read, H. (ed.) Unit 1: The Modern Movement in English Painting, Sculpture and Architecture. London 1934
Roberts, W. Some Early Abstract and Cubist Work 1913–1920. London 1957
Rothenstein, W. Since Fifty: Men and Memories 1922–38. London 1939
Rutter, F. Revolution in Art: An Introduction to the Study of Cézanne, Gauguin, Van Gogh and Other Modern Painters. London 1910
Rutter, F. Evolution in Modern Art: A Study of Modern Painting 1870–1925. London 1926
Rutter, F. Since I Was Twenty-Five. London 1927
Rutter, F. Art in My Time. London 1933
Sausmarez, M. de (ed.) Ben Nicholson. London 1969
Shipp, H. The New Art: A Study of the Principles of Non-representational Art and their Application in the Work of Lawrence Atkinson. London 1922
Sickert, W. (ed. O. Sitwell) A Free House or the Artist as Craftsman: being the Writings of Walter Richard Sickert. London 1947
Skeaping, J. Drawn from Life. London 1977
Stokes, A. Colour and Form. London 1937
Thornton, A. Fifty Years of the New English Art Club 1886–1955. London 1935
Thornton, A. The Diary of an Art Student of the Nineties. London 1935
Trevelyan, J. Indigo Days. London 1957
Wadsworth, E. (intro. A. Bennett) Black Country. London 1920
Wertheim, L. Adventure in Art. London 1947
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Woolf, V. Walter Sickert: A Conversation. London 1934
(including historical surveys, commentaries, monographs, exhibition catalogues etc.)
Anthony d’Offay Gallery. S. F. Gore 1878–1914. Exhibition catalogue. London 1974
Arts Council of Great Britain, Welsh Committee. British Art and the Modern Movement 1930–1940. Exhibition catalogue. Cardiff 1962
Arts Council of Great Britain. William Roberts ARA. Exhibition catalogue. London 1965
Arts Council of Great Britain. Decade 1890–1900; Decade 1910–20; Decade 1920–30. Exhibition catalogues. London 1967, 1965, 1970
Arts Council of Great Britain. Vorticism and its Allies. Exhibition catalogue. London 1974
Arts Council of Great Britain. Thirties: British Art and Design Before the War. Exhibition catalogue. London 1979
Arts Council of Great Britain and University of Nottingham. Vision and Design: The Life, Work and Influence of Roger Fry 1866–1934. Exhibition catalogue. London 1966
Baron, W. Sickert. London 1973
Baron, W. The Camden Town Group. London 1979
Bell, C. Victor Pasmore. Harmondsworth 1945
Bell, Q. Bloomsbury. London 1968
Bertram, A. Paul Nash: the Portrait of an Artist. London 1955
Bowness, A. (ed.) Ivon Hitchens. London 1973
Browse, L. William Nicholson. London 1956
Browse, L. Sickert. London 1960
Buckle, R. Jacob Epstein Sculptor. London 1963
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Chamot, M. Modern Painting in England. London 1937
Colnaghi’s. Edward Wadsworth 1889–1949. Exhibition catalogue. London 1974
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d’Offay Couper Gallery. Abstract Art in England 1913–15. Exhibition catalogue. London 1969
Dunlop, I. The Shock of the New. London 1972
Earp, T. Frank Dobson Sculptor. London 1945
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Evans, M. Frances Hodgkins. Harmondsworth 1948
Farr, D. English Art 1870–1940. Oxford 1979
Fine Art Society Ltd. Camden Town Recalled. Exhibition catalogue. London 1976
Fishman, S. The Interpretation of Art: Essays on the Art Criticism of John Ruskin, Walter Pater, Clive Bell, Roger Fry and Herbert Read. Berkeley, Los Angeles, 1963
Gabo, N. (with introductory essays by Herbert Read and Leslie Martin) Gabo: Constructions, Sculptures, Paintings, Drawings, Engravings. London 1957
Hall, B. Fairfax. Paintings and Drawings by Harold Gilman and Charles Ginner in the Collection of Edward le Bas. London 1965
Halliday, F. Matthew Smith. London 1962
Handley Read, C. The Art of Wyndham Lewis. London 1951
Hendy, P. Matthew Smith. Harmondsworth 1944
Hepworth, B. (ed.; intro. H. Read) Barbara Hepworth: Carvings and Drawings. London 1952
Hodin, J. (with a catalogue by Alan Bowness) Barbara Hepworth. London 1961.
Imperial War Museum. A Concise Catalogue of Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture of the First World War 1914–1918. London 1924. (Second edition 1963)
Ironside, R. David Jones. Harmondsworth 1949
Jones, A. The Life and Opinions of T. E. Hulme. London 1960
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Laughton, B. Philip Wilson Steer 1860–1942. Oxford 1971
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Marlborough Fine Arts Ltd. Art in Britain 1930–40 Centred around Axis, Circle, Unit One. Exhibition catalogue. London 1965
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Mortimer, R. Duncan Grant. Harmondsworth 1944
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Newton, E. (ed.) Christopher Wood. London 1938
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Thorp, J. Eric Gill. London 1929
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