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Modern European and Antique Oriental Art

April 07 – April 21, 1930

 
Marta Afzelaus | Adge Baker | Bernard | Pierre Bonnard | Marc Chagall | Olga Chassaing | Hermine David | Edgar Degas | Derain | Charles Dufresne | Dufy | Andre Dunoyer de Segonzac | G. Gallibert | Constantin Guys | Herbin | Kolbe | Laurencin | Henri Lebasque | Fernand Leger | Marcoussis | Matisse | Zygmunt Menkes | Claude Monet | Chana Orloff | Jules Pascin | Pablo Picasso | Redon | Pierre-Auguste Renoir | Signac | Survage | Buk Ulreich | Valadon | Van Gogh | Maurice de Vlaminck | Wung Fei
 
Korean paintings, Chinese mortuary figures and Persian miniatures exhibited alongside Modern European art.

The Renaissance Society announces an Exhibition of Modern and Oriental Art loaned by members of the Society, April seventh to twenty-first in Room 205, Wieboldt Hall, 1050 East Fifty-ninth Street. Open daily, including Sunday, from 2:00 to 5:00 P.M.
The Book-Talk for members will be in the Library of Ida Noyes Hall on Monday, April fourteenth, at three o'clock/ Mrs. John Nef will speak on "The Layman's Pleasure in Modern Art."

This text was taken from the Exhibition announcement.

 

   
   
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