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© 2002 The Museum of Modern Art. All rights reserved.
The Museum of Modern Art, Publisher
Finding aid prepared by Claire Dienes and Jeremy Melius, 2002.
Machine-readable finding aid derived from JBNeumann.doc, 2006. Machine-readable finding aid created by Kathleene Konkle. Description is in English.

Descriptive Summary

Creator: J.B. Neumann
Title: J.B. Neumann Papers
Dates: 1914-1963
Quantity: 4.5 linear feet of records
3 reels of microfilm
9 boxes

Arrangement

The Papers are organized into eight Series:
Series I: Correspondence, 1914-1959
Subseries A: Artists, ca. 1919-1957
Subseries B: Other
Series II: Unpublished Manuscripts, ca. 1940s - 1950s
Subseries A: Klee in the U.S.A., ca. 1949, 1952
Subseries B: Confessions of an Art Dealer, n.d.
Series III: Material Published by JBN, 1920-1945
Subseries A: Bilderhefte, 1920-1922
Subseries B: Art Lover, 1926-1937
Series IV: Gallery Ephemera, 1916-1953
Subseries A: Berlin, Munich and Düsseldorf, Germany, ca. 1916-1931
Subseries B: New York, NY, United States, ca. 1924-1953
Series V: Related Material, 1920s - ca.1960s
Series VI: Personal Documents, ca. 1950s
Series VII: Photographic Material, 1929 - ca. 1961
Subseries A: Photographic Prints, ca. 1929
Subseries B: 7.5" × 10" Negatives
Subseries C: Glass Negatives
Subseries D: Slides
Subseries E: Microfilm Reel #3
Subseries F: 35 mm Film
Series VIII: Addenda, 1929-1960
Subseries A: Correspondence, ca. 1951
Subseries B: Mock-up of Artlover Library, Vol. 1, n.d.


Biographical Note

Jsreal Ben Neumann [JBN] was born in Austria in 1887. In 1910, he opened his first book and art store in Berlin, displaying works by such artists as Edvard Munch. By 1922, branches were opened in Bremen, Düsseldorf, and Munich. Neumann moved to New York City in 1923; a year later he would open a gallery, first called J.B. Neumann's Print Room and later the New Art Circle gallery, which was also known as a meeting spot for artists and art lovers. He championed progressive living artists, including Wassily Kandinsky, Max Beckmann, Paul Klee, and Georges Rouault. His wife, Elsa Schmidt, was a well-known artist who worked in mosaics. In addition to being an art dealer, Neumann was an art critic, author, lecturer, and publisher. Periodicals issued by Neumann include Bilderhefte (Berlin, 1920-1922) and Artlover (New York, 1926-1945, 1959). Neumann died in Rye, New York on April 28, 1961.


Scope and Content Note

The Papers (4.5 linear feet) date from 1914-1963, and are contained in nine document boxes (eight 5" boxes; one 2.5" box), one archives storage box (10.5"×12.5"×15.5"), and three reels of microfilm. Materials include correspondence to and from Neumann, unpublished manuscripts, photographs of works of art, and publications issued by Neumann.

Material on R. Bresdin, Beckmann, Kandinsky, Klee, Rouault, and Munch is particularly well represented in the Papers.


Restrictions

Access Restrictions

The records are open for research and contain no restricted materials.

Ownership and Literary Rights

The J.B. Neumann Papers are the physical property of The Museum of Modern Art. Literary rights, including copyright belong to the authors or their legal heirs and assigns. Rights to work produced during the normal course of Museum business resides with The Museum of Modern Art. For further information, and to obtain permission to publish or reproduce, contact the Museum Archivist.


Index Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in DADABASE, the library catalog of The Museum of Modern Art. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons, or places should search the catalog using these headings.
Persons:
Neumann, Jsrael Ber, 1887-1861.
Subjects:
Art critics.
Art dealers.
Artists -- Correspondence.
Artlover.
Beckmann, Max, 1884-1950. -- Correspondence.
J.B. Neumanns Bilderhefte.
Kandinsky, Wassily, 1866-1944 -- Correspondence.
Klee, Paul, 1879-1940 -- Correspondence.
Munch, Edvard, 1863-1944 -- Correspondence.
Neumann, Jsrael Ber, 1887-1861 -- Archives.
Rouault, Georges, 1871-1958 -- Correspondence.
Document Types:
Exhibition catalogs.
Photonegatives.


Related Collections at MoMA and Elsewhere

See Library for related published material; and Archives of American Art (AAA) for additional Neumann Papers.

Originals of Beckmann letters supposedly in Frankfurt University Neumann-Albers correspondence at the Josef Albers Foundation, CT

Microfilm of letters in I.A.1-2 also available at AAA.


Administrative Information

Provenance

The Papers were a gift to the Museum Library from Elsa Schmidt Neumann, J. B. Neumann's widow, in 1962. They were transferred from the Museum Library to the Museum Archives on April 28, 1997, and re-processed adhering to archival principles.

Preferred Citation

J.B. Neumann Papers, [series.folder]. The Museum of Modern Art Archives, New York.

Condition

The condition of material in the J. B. Neumann Papers varies from very stable to very volatile. Unstable photographic material has been reproduced in the form of black and white contact sheets, color slides, preservation color photocopies, or microfilm, as appropriate. Microfilm material in subseries I.A: correspondence with artists, has been scanned and digital images of the materials are available for viewing within the archives. Number ranges in the left-hand column indicate both microfilm frame and digital image numbers for each correspondent's material.


Additional Descriptive Data

Explanation of Abbreviations

ACS is an Autographed Card Signed.
TCS is a Typed Card Signed.
ANS is an Autographed Note Signed.
TNS is a Typed Note Signed.
JBN stands for J. B. Neumann.
JH stands for Jean Holtzman.
I-MV stands for Ilse-Margret Vogel.
ALS is an Autographed Letter Signed.
TLS is a Typed Letter Signed.
TL stands for Typed Letter.
MoMA is The Museum of Modern Art.
n.d. stands for no date.
re: stands for regarding.


Container List

 

Series I: Correspondence

 

Subseries A: Artists

The order of the list of correspondents on both reels reflects the order in which they appear on the microfilm; inclusive dates of the material appear in parentheses. In January 1962, Mrs. J.B. Neumann lent the original letters to MoMA for microfilming. The original letters were offered at auction on May 24, 1962; see auction catalogue Archiv und Teile der Sammlung J. B. Neumann Auktion in Bern, 24 Mai 1962. (Bern: Klipstein and Kornfeld), available at the Museum Library, call number 3.3 N38 K5.

Correspondence from the following artists: Johannes Becher, Gerhart Hauptmann and Walter Jacob is listed in the auction catalogue but is not included on the microfilm; correspondence from the following artists, [?] Dulberg and Karl Schmidt-Rottluff is not listed in the auction catalogue but is found on the microfilm.

Microfilm material in subseries I.A: correspondence with artists, has been scanned and digital images of the materials are available for viewing within the archives. Number ranges in the left-hand column indicate both microfilm frame and digital image numbers for each correspondent's material.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1
0007-0021
Microfilm Reel #1: Albers, Josef 1937-1945
I.A.1
0022
Microfilm Reel #1: Arp, Hans 1930
I.A.1
0023-0027
Microfilm Reel #1: Adler, Jankel 1932, 1936
I.A.1
0028-0029
Microfilm Reel #1: Archipenko, Alexander 1923, 1933
I.A.1
0030-0031
Microfilm Reel #1: Baader 1920
I.A.1
0032-0220/0221
Microfilm Reel #1: Beckmann, Max

See also I.A.3

1920-1931
I.A.1
0222-0250
Microfilm Reel #1: Behmer, Marcus 1920-1948
I.A.1
0251-0255
Microfilm Reel #1: Burliuk, David 1930-1941
I.A.1
0256-0259
Microfilm Reel #1: Calder, Alexander 1931
I.A.1
0260-0271
Microfilm Reel #1: Campendonk, Heinrich 1935-1936
I.A.1
0268
Microfilm Reel #1: Corinth, Lovis 1921
I.A.1
0269-0271
Microfilm Reel #1: Cassirer, Bruno and Else 1942
I.A.1
0272-0288
Microfilm Reel #1: Chagall, Marc and Ida 1937, 1938, 1941
I.A.1 Microfilm Reel #1: Cohen, Walter

Note: see "L"

1930
I.A.1
0289-0318
Microfilm Reel #1: Dix, Otto 1934 and n.d
I.A.1
0319-0326
Microfilm Reel #1: Dreier, Katherine S. 1925-1950
I.A.1
0327-0328
Microfilm Reel #1: Dulberg, [?] 1920
I.A.1
0329-0337
Microfilm Reel #1: Ehrenstein, Albert 1921-1943
I.A.1
0338
Microfilm Reel #1: Ewers, Hanns H. 1920
I.A.1
0339-0345
Microfilm Reel #1: Feininger, Lyonel 1920, 1940-1943
I.A.1
0346-0352
Microfilm Reel #1: Feuchtwanger, Lion 1957
I.A.1
0353-0383
Microfilm Reel #1: Felixmüller, Konrad 1921-1958
I.A.1
0384-0397
Microfilm Reel #1: Flechtheim, Alfred 1924-32
I.A.1
0398-0402
Microfilm Reel #1: Frank, Leonhard 1921, 1957
I.A.1
0403-0410
Microfilm Reel #1: Fuchs, Eduard 1927-1930
I.A.1
0411-0440
Microfilm Reel #1: Gangolf, Paul 1919-1939
I.A.1
0441-0453
Microfilm Reel #1: Grohmann, Will 1930-1954
I.A.1
0454-0473
Microfilm Reel #1: Gromaire, Marcel 1939-1940
I.A.1
0474-0476
Microfilm Reel #1: Gropius, Walter 1928, 1957
I.A.1
0477-0479
Microfilm Reel #1: George, Waldemar 1930
I.A.1
0480-0481
Microfilm Reel #1: Grossmann, Stefan 1928
I.A.1
0482-0486
Microfilm Reel #1: Glaser, Curt 1918, 1931
I.A.1
0487-0488
Microfilm Reel #1: Gosebruch, Ernst 1931
I.A.1
0489-0492
Microfilm Reel #1: Guillaume, Paul n.d.
I.A.1
0493-505
Microfilm Reel #1: Gurlitt, Wolfang 1955-56
I.A.1
0506-0508
Microfilm Reel #1: Gulbransson, Olaf 1951
I.A.1
0509-0510
Microfilm Reel #1: Guggenheim, Peggy 1942
I.A.1
0511-0544
Microfilm Reel #1: Grosz, George 1921-1939
I.A.1
0545-0552
Microfilm Reel #1: "H"Hegner, Jakob 1924, 1952
I.A.1
0553-0555
Microfilm Reel #1: Haller, Hermann 1926, 1929
I.A.1
0556-0562
Microfilm Reel #1: Helion, Jean 1936-1951
I.A.1
0563-0568
Microfilm Reel #1: Huf, Fritz 1920
I.A.1
0569-0574
Microfilm Reel #1: Hardt, Ludwig 1938-1939
I.A.1
0575-0577
Microfilm Reel #1: Hofer, Karl 1934
I.A.1
0578-0581
Microfilm Reel #1: Harlfinge[r?], R. 1918
I.A.1
0582-0584
Microfilm Reel #1: Hegner, Jakob 1924, 1952
I.A.1
0585-0611
Microfilm Reel #1: Heckel, Erich 1924-1934
I.A.1
0612-0616
Microfilm Reel #1: Heidegger, Martin 1957
I.A.1
0617-0626
Microfilm Reel #1: Jansen, F.M. 1920-1921, 1957
I.A.1
0627
Microfilm Reel #1: Jungk, Robert 1954-56
I.A.1
0628-0630
Microfilm Reel #1: Janthur, Richard 1921
I.A.1
0631-0635
Microfilm Reel #1: Jaeckel, Willy 1920
I.A.1
0636-0637
Microfilm Reel #1: Jacob, Max 1932
I.A.1
0638-0646
Microfilm Reel #1: Jungk, Robert 1954-56
I.A.1
0647-0662
Microfilm Reel #1: Jannings, Emil 1927-1929
I.A.1
0663-0747
Microfilm Reel #1: Kandinsky, Wassily

see also I.A.4

1935-1940
I.A.1
0748-0792
Microfilm Reel #1: Kirchner, Ernst Ludwig 1919-1927, 1935
I.A.1
0793-0805
Microfilm Reel #1: Klossowski, Erich 1930
I.A.1
0806-0827
Microfilm Reel #1: Kokoschka, Oskar 1930, 1937-1943
I.A.2
0007-0023
Microfilm Reel #2: Kubin, Alfred 1920, 1922, 1927, 1930
I.A.2
0027-0028
Microfilm Reel #2: Lehmbruck, Manfred 1948
I.A.2
0025-0026
Microfilm Reel #2: Cohen, Walter 1930
I.A.2
0029-0035
Microfilm Reel #2: Marcks, Gerhard 1931
I.A.2
0036-0053
Microfilm Reel #2: Masereel, Frans 1921-1957, 1959
I.A.2
0054-0058
Microfilm Reel #2: Mataré, Ewald 1955
I.A.2
0059-0060
Microfilm Reel #2: Mellinger, Freidrich 1920
I.A.2
0061
Microfilm Reel #2: Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo 1938
I.A.2
0062-0064
Microfilm Reel #2: Moser, [?] 1932
I.A.2
0065-0074
Microfilm Reel #2: Mendolsohn, Erich 1925, 1941, 1952
I.A.2
0075-0077
Microfilm Reel #2: Meseck, Felix 1920
I.A.2
0078-0079
Microfilm Reel #2: Martin, K. 1954
I.A.2
0080-0083
Microfilm Reel #2: Mataré, Ewald 1955
I.A.2
0084-0088
Microfilm Reel #2: Meidner, Ludwig 1919
I.A.2
0089-0107
Microfilm Reel #2: Meier-Graefe, Julius 1930
I.A.2
0108-0111
Microfilm Reel #2: Nauen, Heinrich 1930
I.A.2
0112-0120
Microfilm Reel #2: Nolde, Emil 1921-1926
I.A.2
0121-0125
Microfilm Reel #2: Orozco , J.C. 1935
I.A.2
0126-0130
Microfilm Reel #2: Poelzig, Hans 1921
I.A.2
0131-0133
Microfilm Reel #2: Pannwitz, Rudolf 1921
I.A.2
0134-0136
Microfilm Reel #2: Pankok, Otto 1921
I.A.2
0137-0140
Microfilm Reel #2: Pottner, Erich 1938
I.A.2
0141-0150
Microfilm Reel #2: Richter, Hans 1959
I.A.2
0151-0160
Microfilm Reel #2: Rössner, Georg W. 1929, 1950-1951
I.A.2
0161-0171
Microfilm Reel #2: Roger-Marx, Claude 1928-1931
I.A.2
0172-0183
Microfilm Reel #2: Rebay, Hilla 1933, 1936, 1945
I.A.2
0184-0314
Microfilm Reel #2: Rouault, Georges and Isabelle Rouault

To JBN and Mrs. JBN; see also I.A.7

1926-1935
I.A.2
0315-0325
Microfilm Reel #2: Scheyer, Gulka 1936, 1943
I.A.2
0326-0377
Microfilm Reel #2: Segall, Lasar 1936-1940
I.A.2
0378-0383
Microfilm Reel #2: Seligmann, Kurt 1949, 1953
I.A.2
0384-0387
Microfilm Reel #2: Schmidt-Rottluff, Karl, 1925
I.A.2
0388-0389
Microfilm Reel #2: Stinnes, Dr. H. 1916
I.A.2
0390-0394
Microfilm Reel #2: Spiro, Eugen 1928, 1933
I.A.2
0395-0400
Microfilm Reel #2: Scheffler, Karl 1929-1932
I.A.2
0401-0404
Microfilm Reel #2: Severini, Gino 1931
I.A.2
0405-0407
Microfilm Reel #2: Schlemmer, Oskar 1931, 1934-1935
I.A.2
0408-0428
Microfilm Reel #2: Stein, Leo 1929, 1933
I.A.2
0429
Microfilm Reel #2: Steiglitz, Alfred 1924
I.A.2
0430-0431
Microfilm Reel #2: Toller, Ernst 1936
I.A.2
0432-0439
Microfilm Reel #2: Thöny, W. 1933-1941
I.A.2
0440-0442
Microfilm Reel #2: Tietze, Hans 1951
I.A.2
0443
Microfilm Reel #2: Tappert, Georg 1920
I.A.2
0444-0451
Microfilm Reel #2: Uhde, Wilhelm 1936
I.A.2
0452-0459
Microfilm Reel #2: Weber, Max 1924, 1937
I.A.2
0460-0466
Microfilm Reel #2: Zweig, Stefan 1930
I.A.3 Beckmann, Max

Incl. ALS Beckmann-JBN 1926
See also I.A.1

1925-1932
I.A.4 Kandinsky, Wassily

See also I.A.1

1935-1940
I.A.5 Klee, Paul

Klee, Felix 1952, 1958

1934, 1939
I.A.6 Munch, Edvard 1914
I.A.7 Rouault, Georges

See also I.A.2

1926-1935
 

Subseries B: Other

Folder Title Date
I.B.1 Family

10 items
Son (Peter)
Daughter-in-law (Annie)
Wife (Elsa)

1951, 1958-1959
I.B.2 Friends, clients and dealers, etc

1"
Arranged alphabetically
Incl. TLS Jay Leyda-JBN
TLS Nelson A. Rockefeller-JBN
TLS JBN-Louis (Stern)

1926, 1940-60
I.B.3 Re: prints by R. Bresdin

10 items

1920s-1932
I.B.4 Re: El Greco's St. Francis in Meditation

41 items
Purchased jointly by JBN and Marian Willard

1939-1946
I.B.5 Miscellaneous

12 items

n.d.

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Series II: Unpublished Manuscripts

 

Subseries A: Klee in the U.S.A.

Collected for unpublished book; forward by Felix Klee, edited by JBN.

Folder Title Date
II.A.1 Correspondence

Annotated typescripts
Handwritten notes
7 items

1949, 1952
II.A.2.a Photographs of works of art by Paul Klee

Items numbered 1-49

n.d.
II.A.2.b Photographs of works of art by Paul Klee

Items numbered 50-90

n.d.
II.A.2.c Photographs of works of art by Paul Klee

Items numbered 91-118

n.d.
II.A.2.d Photographs of works of art by Paul Klee

Items numbered 119-146

n.d.
II.A.2.e Photographs of works of art by Paul Klee

Items numbered 147-199

n.d.
 

Subseries B: Confessions of an Art Dealer

Unpublished memoir by JBN in which he discusses Max Beckmann, Paul Klee, Edvard Munch and Georges Rouault.

Folder Title Date
II.B.1.a Unbound version

Miracles, Mostly Minor, p. 1-14
Incl. cover page and foreword
A Son of the Midnight Sun, re: Munch, p. M1-M22

n.d.
II.B.1.b Unbound version

Between Heaven and Earth, re: Rouault, p. R1-R20
Sorrow and Champagne, re: Beckmann, p. 1-47
Shclussgesang, "Endsong", p. 48-49
Introducing the Miracle, re: Klee, p. K1-K15
New Beginnings, p. 1-8

n.d.
II.B.2 Bound version

Copy
128 sheets
7 chapters

n.d.

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Series III: Material Published by JBN

 

Subseries A: Bilderhefte

Folder Title Date
III.A.1 Bilderhefte (Berlin)

Vol. 1, nos. I-VI
Artlover: JBN's Bilderhefte (New York), Vol. 2, nos. 1-9, 1926-1927
Vol. 3, nos. 1-8/9?, 1930-1937
26 issues
One bound volume

1920-1922
III.A.2 Bilderhefte (Berlin)

Vol. 1, nos. 1
5 n.d.

May 1920
 

Subseries B: Art Lover

Folder Title Date
III.B.1 Art Lover

Vol. 2, nos. 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 (1926-1927)
Vol. 3, nos. 1, 2, 6 (1930-1937)
Vol. 4, no. 1 (1945)

1926-1927, 1930-1937
III.B.2 Artlover Library

Vol. 2 and 3 n.d.
See Addenda (VII.B) for mock-up of Vol. 1, 1929

1929

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Series IV: Gallery Emphemera

Includes invitations, exhibition announcements, catalogues, annotated brochures, clippings, etc., for JBN's various galleries and activities as an art dealer. Arranged by country, then chronologically.

 

Subseries A: Berlin, Munich and Düsseldorf, Germany

Folder Title Date
IV.A.1 Graphisches Kabinett, 50 Kurfurstendamm, Berlin ca. 1916
IV.A.2 Graphisches Kabinett, 10 Briennerstrasse, Munich ca. 1928-1931
IV.A.3 Galerie Neumann-Nierendorf, Berlin and Düsseldorf ca. 1925-1926
 

Subseries B: New York, NY, United States

Folder Title Date
IV.B.1 J. B. Neumann's Print Room, 19 East 57th Street 1924-1925
IV.B.2 New Art Circle, 35 West 57th Street 1926-1928
IV.B.3 New Art Circle, 509 Madison Avenue 1934-1937
IV.B.4 New Art Circle, 543 Madison Avenue

Neumann-Willard Gallery and the Art Book Center also mentioned

ca. 1940
IV.B.5 New Art Circle, 41 East 57th Street ca. 1948-1953

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Series V: Related Materials

Folder Title Date
V.A 1920-1929

Incl. issue of Der Neue Merkur Monatshefte with annotations (Nov./Dec. 1921)
"What and When is Painting Today?" by Oscar Bleumner (Oct. 1929)

1920-1929
V.B 1930-1963

Incl. Plaza Art Galleries, Inc., auction catalogue "A Selection of Modern Art, European and American from JB Neumann and Others" (May 8, 1940)
Exhibition brochure for From Realism to Abstraction, assembled by JBN for The Cincinnati Modern Art Society (Feb. 26-March 17, 1945)
Brochure for JBN, "Counsellor in Art" (1956-1957)
Issue of Massachusetts Review, re: R. Bresdin (Autumn 1960)

1930-1963
V.C n.d.

Incl. announcements, brochures, photographs re: artist K. S. Kulkarni

n.d.

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Series VI: Personal Documents

Folder Title Date
VI.A Photographs and U.S. inoculation and vaccination certificate

9 items

1954, n.d.
VI.B Course catalogs and lecture notes

6 items

ca. 1933-1936, n.d.

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Series VII: Photographic Material

 

Subseries A: Photographic Prints

Folder Title Date
VII.A.1 Installation photographs of first exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art

One annotated envelope
8 items

1929
VII.A.2 Klee in the U.S.A.

See II.A.2a-II.A.2e

n.d.
 

Subseries B: 7.5"×10" Negatives

Items are 7.5" × 10" negatives unless otherwise noted; there are some prints, which vary in size; 351 items; arranged alphabetically by artist or descriptive phrase; phrases in quotation marks reflect original labeling of material.

Folder Title
VII.B.1 Beckmann, Max

15 items

VII.B.2 Béraud, Jean, 1883

1 item

VII.B.3 Blythe, ?, 1883

1 item

VII.B.4 Chagall, Marc

8 items

VII.B.5 Coffermans, Marcellius, 1575

1 item

VII.B.6 Dufy, Raoul

1 item

VII.B.7 Gatch, Leo

13 items

VII.B.8 German Expressionists

19 items

VII.B.9 El Greco

3 items

VII.B.10 Kandinsky, Wassily

10 items

VII.B.11 Klee, Paul

6 items
4 negatives
2 prints

VII.B.12 Knaths, Karl

28 items

VII.B.13 Kokoschka, Oskar

3 items

VII.B.14 Kopman

24 items

VII.B.15 Kuniyoshi, Yasuo

3 items

VII.B.16 Levinson, (A.F.)
VII.B.17 Matisse, Henri

2 items

VII.B.18 Maurer, (Alfred H.)

26 items

VII.B.19 Metzinger, Jean

2 items

VII.B.20.a Modern Americans

30 items

VII.B.20.b Modern Americans

30 items

VII.B.20.c modern Americans

37 items

VII.B.21 Modern French

Includes Dufy, Gromaire, Modigliani, Soutine
12 items

VII.B.22 Picasso, Pablo

12 items
4" × 5"
works of art by Picasso and photographic portraits of the artist as a young boy and a man

VII.B.23 Rouault, Georges

42 items
12 negatives
30 prints

VII.B.24 Rousseau, Henri

1 item

VII.B.25 von Wuchtman, ?

20 prints

VII.B.26 Unlabeled

Various European artists 40 items
1 of them 4" × 5" negative

VII.B.27 Unlabeled

Various artists
Mostly European and American
40 items
1 of them 4"×5"

VII.B.28 Unlabeled

Various artists
Mostly European and American
30 items

VII.B.29 Unlabeled

Various artists
Mostly European and American
40 items

VII.B.30 Unlabeled

Various artists
Mostly European and American
40 items

VII.B.31 Unlabeled

Various artists
Mostly European and American
43 items
6 of them are 4"×5"

 

Subseries C: Glass Negatives

Various subjects; 60 contact sheets were made for reference use; negatives are 3.25 × 4.25" unless otherwise indicated; the 140 3.25 × 4.25" negatives were originally separated into 7 boxes; this original order has been retained; originals are housed in box 10

Folder Title
VII.C.1a African Negro

8 items
Originals are glass negatives, 8 × 10.50"

VII.C.1b African Negro Sculpture

13 items
Originals are glass negatives, 8 × 10.50"

VII.C.2 Unlabeled

8 items
Incl. film stills, photographs, cartoons

VII.C.3 Unlabeled

4 items
Incl. various European artists (Fantin-Latour, Renoir, etc.)

VII.C.4 Unlabeled

3 items
Incl. various European artists (Arp, Grosz, Mondrian, etc.)

VII.C.5 Unlabeled

7 items
Incl. various early twentieth-century European artists

VII.C.6 Unlabeled

4 items
Incl. photographs
diagrams
various European artists

VII.C.7 Unlabeled

6 items
Incl. cartoons
Medieval works
Rousseau, Mohol-Nagy, Titian

VII.C.8 Unlabeled

7 items
Incl. cartoons
Breughel, Rouault, Daumier

 

Subseries D: Slides

84 items; color photocopies were made for reference; originals are housed in box 10.

Folder Title Date
VII.D.1 Schmidt, Elsa

6 items
Original slides are 2 × 2"

1949-1953
VII.D.2 Various artists

78 items
Original slides are 2 × 2" and 3.5 × 4"

n.d.
 

Subseries E: Microfilm Reel #3

11 rolls consolidated onto one. Original reels housed in box 10. Incl. articles in German, Russian, and other Eastern European languages.

 

Subseries F: 35 mm Film

Box 10, Original photographic material (retired)

Folder Title Date
VII.F.1 Slide film

Various artists
8 images
Color slides have been made from the film
Originals are housed in box 10

n.d.
VII.F.2 JBN vacation 1

37 images
Black and white contact sheets have been made from the film
Originals are housed in box 10

n.d.
VII.F.3 JBN vacation 2

Black and white contact sheets have been made from the film
Originals are housed in box 10

n.d.

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Series VIII: Addenda

 

Subseries A: Correspondence

Correspondence to Jean Holtzman from J.B. Neumann and Ilse-Margret Vogel (Director of the New Art Circle gallery in 1950). Gift of Jean Holtzman, 1992-1993.

Folder Title Date
VIII.A.1 Correspondence to Jean Holtzman from Ilse-Margret Vogel

5 items
TLS I-MV-JH (1951), on New Art Circle gallery announcement, with envelope 2 items
TLS I-MV-JH (also signed by JBN) (12/11/51), with envelope, annotated (12/11/51)
2 items
TLS I-MV-JH (n.d), on New Art Circle gallery
Announcement

ca. 1951
VIII.A.2 Correspondence to Jean Holtzman from J.B. Neumann

20 items
announcements re: New Art Circle gallery 2 items
TLS JGN-JH (8/29/5), re: loan, cancelled check attached 1 item
ACS JBN-JH (3/10/52?) 1 item TCS JBN-JH (1/18/55) 1 item
TLS JBN-JH (4/6/56), with envelope 2 items
ACS JBN-JH (2/21/57), with ANS, TN, and envelope 4 items
TLS JBN-JH (1/9/58), with envelope 2 items
ACS JBN-JH (12/20?/58) 1 item
ALS JBN-JH (2/10/60), re: Courbet, with envelope 2 items
TLS JBN-JH (4/18/60), re: Courbet and money loan, with envelope 2 items
ALS JBN-JH (7/6/60), re: Courbet, with envelope 2 items

n.d.
 

Subseries B: Mock-up of Artlover Library, Vol. 1

See III.B.2 for Vol. 2 and 3 (n.d.).


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Box and Folder List

Box Series Folder
1 I-II I.A.3-II.A.2.b
2 II II.A.2c-II.B.2
3 III-IV III.A.1-IV.B.5
4 V-VII V.A-VII.A.2
5 VII VII.B.1-VII.B.15
6 VII VII.B.16-VII.B.20c
7 VII VII.B.21-VII.B.27
8 VII VII.B.28-VII.B.31
9 VII-VIII VII.C.1a-VIII.B


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