February 11 – March 16, 1962
Gertrude Abercrombie | Leah Balsham | Leonard Baskin | Willy Baumeister | Max Beckmann | Philip Bornarth | Marc Chagall | Jean Charlot | Eleanor Coen | Lovis Corinth | Russell Cowles | John Rogers Cox | Gustaf Dalstrom | Frances Foy | Margaret Gardner | Paula Gerard | Theodore Gericault | James Gilbert | Eric Gill | May Hardman Gilruth | Simon Gordon | Harold Haydon | Erich Heckel | Max Kahn | Wassily Kandinsky | George Fred Keck | Kathe Kollwitz | Fernand Leger | Marion Lukens | Martyl | Konstantin Milonadis | Joan Miro | Pablo Picasso | Paul Ranson | Christian Rolfs | Georges Rouault | Ann Ryan | Karl Schmidt-Rottluff | Gino Severini | Graham Sutherland | Yves Tanguy | Dorothea Tanning | Don Turner | John White
All of the works in this exhibition were acquired during the many Contemporary Art for Young Collectors exhibitions. These annual events, pioneered by The Renaissance Society 15 years ago, make available to our members, students, and the public a wide selection of original works of art at modest prices. The present exhibition was collected from generous lenders in Hyde Park, Kenwood, the University community, and the South Shore area.
Text from the exhibition brochure.