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Thu Oct 16 17:57:19 2014 UTClccn-n791179860.35Cézanne and American modernism /0.590.95Tout Ubu colonial et autres textes /29545359Ambroise_Vollardn 79117986349679Ambroise VollardVollard 1866-1939Vollard, A.Vollard, A. 1865-1939Vollard, AmbrogioVollard Ambrogio 1868-1939Vollard, AmbroiseVollard, Henri Louis AmbroiseVollard, Henry Louis Ambroise 1867-1939Воллар, Амбруаз 1867-1939ヴォラール, Aヴォラール, アンブロワーズヴオラアルlccn-n79055446Cézanne, Paul1839-1906artphtlccn-n78086005Picasso, Pablo1881-1973illlccn-n79022903Degas, Edgar1834-1917lccn-n79055478Renoir, Auguste1841-1919illlccn-nr95022031Weaver, Randolph T.trllccn-n80007748Johnson, Una E.lccn-nr95022029Van Doren, Harold L.trlnc-museum of modern art new york n yMuseum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)lccn-nr2003017109Assante di Panzillo, Marylineedtlccn-n84128587Musée d'OrsayothVollard, Ambroise1867-1939BiographyExhibition catalogsAnecdotesHistoryHumorDramaCatalogsRecords and correspondenceVollard, Ambroise,FranceCézanne, Paul,PaintersDegas, Edgar,Renoir, Auguste,United StatesPrints, FrenchIllustration of booksPicasso, Pablo,BronzesArtArt, FrenchArt--Collectors and collectingArt dealersPublic opinionModernism (Art)Art, AmericanInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Artists and patronsRussell, Morgan,Art appreciationGorky, Arshile,Maurer, Alfred Henry,Stieglitz, Alfred,Marin, John,Bruce, Patrick Henry,Demuth, Charles,Hartley, Marsden,Man Ray,Art, American--French influencesPrendergast, Maurice,Vollard suite (Picasso, Pablo)Cassatt, Mary,ArtistsEtchingUbu (Fictitious character)Musée Léon DierxChagall, Marc,Artists' illustrated booksGauguin, Paul,Manners and customsArt theftsFrance--ParisPainting--Private collectionsPrintsRéunion--Saint-DenisArt--Private collectionsFrench literatureIllustrated books18681939188318901896189818991902190319041905190919101911191319141915191619171918191919201921192319241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419461947194819491950195219531954195519561957195919601961196219631965196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198819891990199119921993199419951996199819992000200120022003200520062007200820092010201220149880345928927.5N8660.V6ocn313469855ocn740275251ocn468752010ocn465621127ocn581561808ocn461919018ocn465614955ocn463691241ocn421854440ocn074202264ocn472385510ocn460482062ocn691822294ocn459803898ocn311292353ocn718875354ocn883964678ocn311377544ocn45864571372315ocn002465955book19270.56Vollard, AmbroiseDegas : an intimate portraitBiography+-+968607139557615ocn001038933book19230.56Vollard, AmbroisePaul Cézanne, his life and artBiography55310ocn004062646book19250.56Vollard, AmbroiseRenoir, an intimate recordBiography+-+733917139525450ocn001966888book19370.74Vollard, AmbroiseSouvenirs d'un marchand de tableauxBiographyHumorAnecdotesRecords and correspondence25359ocn009395943book19160.84Vollard, AmbroiseLa politique coloniale du Père UbuDrama23754ocn006462390book19130.70Vollard, AmbroisePaul CézanneBiographyOm den franske maler Paul Cézanne (1839-1906)2192ocn233591233book20080.70Cassatt, MaryMary Cassatt : prints and drawings from the collection of Ambroise VollardExhibition catalogs+-+83671692451954ocn010725645book19840.47Vollard, AmbroiseCézanneBiographyThe famous French art dealer's chatty, anecdotal memoirs reveal the man behind the masterpieces: his life in Paris and Aix, his tumultuous friendship with Emile Zola, extraordinary passions and eccentricities. Includes 20 painstakingly reproduced paintings; excerpts from the critics+-+047297139517134ocn001414317book19380.86Vollard, AmbroiseEn écoutant Cézanne, Degas, RenoirHistoryAnecdotesAnecdotes, souvenirs qui présentent, d'une façon vivante, l'oeuvre et la personnalité des trois peintres13110ocn003309709book19360.53Vollard, AmbroiseRecollections of a picture dealerBiographyHumorAnecdotes"A captivating account of the Parisian art world at the turn of the twentieth century, these memoirs offer firsthand impressions of Manet, Matisse, Picasso, Rousseau, Vuillard, and other famous artists. Art merchant and socialite Ambroise Vollard (1867-1939) possessed a keen ability to recognize genius in painters as well as a natural warmth and candor, a combination of traits that earned him the friendship of a generation of artists. Recollections of a Picture Dealer recounts his early efforts to sell the works of Cezanne; his portrait sittings for Renoir, Rouault, Bonnard, Forain, and Picasso; and his social encounters with such artists as Degas, Odilon Redon, and Rodin, as well as with writers Gertrude Stein, Guillaume Apollinaire, Mallarme, and Zola."--Pub. desc. 2002 ed11630ocn073759364book19480.50Vollard, AmbroiseErinnerungen eines KunsthändlersBiographyHumorAnecdotes9415ocn002501500book19240.92Vollard, AmbroiseDegas : (1834-1917)8621ocn000689171book19140.79Vollard, AmbroisePaul Cézanne+ huit phototypies d'après Cézanne7313ocn003297397book19190.86Vollard, AmbroiseLa vie & l'œuvre de Pierre-Auguste RenoirBiography+-+39475110063246618ocn003567285book19200.70Vollard, AmbroiseAuguste Renoir584ocn033668041book19940.95Vollard, AmbroiseTout Ubu colonial et autres textes584ocn007051174book19200.82Vollard, AmbroiseAuguste Renoir (1841-1919) avec onze illustrations, dont huit phototypies531ocn002045755book19430.93Gauguin, PaulPaul Gauguin : letters to Ambroise Vollard & André Fontainas503ocn020873650book19890.70Renoir, AugustePierre-Auguste Renoir : paintings, pastels and drawingsCatalogs+-+3695511006324491ocn001167535book19330.93M. Knoedler & CoPaintings from the Ambroise Vollard collection, XIX-XX centuries. November - December 1933Exhibition catalogs99018ocn001475235book19560.53Picasso, PabloPicasso for Vollard"The 100 superb etchings made by Picasso between 1930 and 1937 for the great art critic and dealer Ambroise Vollard, who commissioned and published them, have long been recognized as one of the supreme productions of the master's hand. Arising from Picasso's artistic caprice, from his working experience, or from the very depths of his unconscious, these plates show, more than any of his other works, a man at once inspired by and prey to his dazzling imagination and the demands of his inner demon."--Amazon+-+85562755057264ocn003128662book19770.56Johnson, Una EAmbroise Vollard, éditeur : prints, books, bronzesExhibition catalogs6748ocn004128788book19360.53Vollard, AmbroiseRecollections of a picture dealerBiographyHumorAnecdotes"A captivating account of the Parisian art world at the turn of the twentieth century, these memoirs offer firsthand impressions of Manet, Matisse, Picasso, Rousseau, Vuillard, and other famous artists. Art merchant and socialite Ambroise Vollard (1867-1939) possessed a keen ability to recognize genius in painters as well as a natural warmth and candor, a combination of traits that earned him the friendship of a generation of artists. Recollections of a Picture Dealer recounts his early efforts to sell the works of Cezanne; his portrait sittings for Renoir, Rouault, Bonnard, Forain, and Picasso; and his social encounters with such artists as Degas, Odilon Redon, and Rodin, as well as with writers Gertrude Stein, Guillaume Apollinaire, Mallarme, and Zola."--Pub. desc. 2002 ed+-+97037913956421ocn319247409book20090.35Cézanne, PaulCézanne and American modernismExhibition catalogs"Paul Cezanne (1839-1906) is one of the great geniuses in the history of art, and his work has influenced a multitude of artists throughout Europe. Across the Atlantic, Cezanne's paintings had a similarly catalytic effect on artists emerging in the United States during the early twentieth century. Cezanne and American Modernism is the first book devoted specifically to Cezanne's impact on American art and his works' enthusiastic reception there. It shows how American painters and photographers cemented his legacy by spreading their respect and admiration for his vision with their own art, writings, and exhibitions." "Examining Cezanne's influence on more than a generation of American artists, this illustrated book features paintings and photography by Marsden Hartley, Man Ray, Alfred Stieglitz, Charles Demuth, Arshile Gorky, Paul Strand, Charles Sheeler, Stanton Macdonald-Wright, Maurice Prendergast, Morgan Russell, Max Weber, and many others. Cezanne's transformative impact on each artist's aesthetic vision is explored, while extensive essays shed new light on a wide range of subjects, from American collectors of his work and his shaping of modernism in the American West to the lasting resonance of his art on Abstract Expressionism in the 1950s."--Jacket+-+00629655856407ocn070668778book20060.39Dumas, AnnCézanne to Picasso : Ambroise Vollard, patron of the avant-gardeHistoryBiographyExhibition catalogs1722ocn030933110book19930.74Picasso, PabloPicasso, Vollard suite953ocn018409027book19440.77Johnson, Una EAmbroise Vollard, éditeur, 1867-1939; an appreciation and catalogue704ocn048434886book19990.82Vollard, AmbroiseLa collection Ambroise Vollard du Musée Léon-Dierx : les donations de 1912 et 1947Exhibition catalogs653ocn008475361book19810.79Sorlier, CharlesMarc Chagall et Ambroise Vollard643ocn031724683book19940.77Jentsch, RalphAmbroise Vollard, éditeurExhibition catalogs622ocn226749698book20080.70Cassatt, MaryMary Cassatt : prints and drawings from the collection of Ambroise VollardExhibition catalogs+-+9565306345324597ocn023394358book19370.74Vollard, AmbroiseSouvenirs d'un marchand de tableauxBiographyHumorAnecdotesRecords and correspondence521ocn190966153book20070.84Hirsen, RonThe frugal repastDrama"It is 1913 in Paris, where renowned art dealer Ambroise Vollard has just published The Frugal Repast, an edition of etchings by Pablo Picasso, the rising young star of the Paris art world. The art dealer entertains his dinner guests Gertrude Stein, Alice B. Toklas, and Guillaume Apollinaire, along with Picasso, and they engage in lively and urbane repartee. The two impoverished circus performers depicted in The Frugal Repast see the etching on display in the window of Vollard's gallery and determine to steal it for ransom. If the artist can make money from stealing their faces, they say, then they can make money by stealing his print. The circus acrobats cleverly use their aerial skills to perform a stunning theft of the print, leaving in its place a ransom note asking for a thousand francs. Vollard, merely amused by the theft, replaces the stolen print with another one from the same edition. The ransom note, the duplicate prints, a mysterious invitation, and a delicious chicken curry all provoke both laughter and thought as the haves and have-nots wrestle over the value of art--and of life itself."--Publisher's website485ocn231860573book19380.86Vollard, AmbroiseEn écoutant Cézanne, Degas, RenoirHistoryAnecdotesAnecdotes, souvenirs qui présentent, d'une façon vivante, l'oeuvre et la personnalité des trois peintres433ocn137219637book20070.82Morel, Jean-PaulC'était Ambroise VollardBiographyEnquête sur le collectionneur et marchand d'art A. Vollard (1868-1939), son enfance à la Réunion, sa carrière de galeriste, la constitution de sa collection comportant des tableaux de Renoir, Degas, Cézanne, Whistler, Bonnard, Matisse, etc., la disparition de 5.000 oeuvres qui la composaient, etc421ocn039926987book19980.88Chimirri, LuciaCatalogo completo dei libri illustrati dell'editore Ambroise VollardHistoryBibliography CatalogsCatalogs392ocn005727312book19790.90Picasso, PabloSuite Vollard, a selectionCatalogs382ocn024554293book19910.94Ambroise Vollard, éditeur : les peintres-graveurs, 1895-1913 : 18th June-26th July 1991, Agnew'sExhibition catalogs272ocn080638937book19570.50Vollard, AmbroiseErinnerungen eines KunsthändlersBiographyHumorAnecdotes262ocn070249461book20060.70Renoir, Cezanne, Picasso und ihr Galerist Ambroise Vollard : [zur Ausstellung im Museum Langmatt, Baden/Schweiz, vom 23. April bis 16. Juli 2006, und im Cabinet cantonal des estampes, Musee Jenisch, Vevey, vom 18. August bis 5. November 2006]Exhibition catalogs+-+8367169245+-+8367169245Thu Oct 16 15:46:25 EDT 2014batch38470