List of artists in the Armory Show

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Armory Show poster. 1913.

The 1913 Armory Show contained approximately 1300 works by 300 artists. Many of the original works have been lost and some of the artists have been forgotten. The List of artists in the Armory Show while not complete includes nearly all of the artists from the United States and from Europe who were exhibited in the Armory Show of 1913. The list is largely drawn from the catalog of the 1963 exhibition 1913 Armory Show 50th Anniversary Exhibition organized by the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute. Many exhibitions have been held in the vast spaces of U.S. National Guard armories, but the Armory Show refers to the International Exhibition of Modern Art that was organized by the Association of American Painters and Sculptors and opened in New York City's 69th Regiment Armory, on Lexington Avenue between 25th and 26th Streets, on February 17, 1913, ran to March 15, and became a legendary watershed date in the history of American art, introducing astonished New Yorkers, accustomed to realistic art, to modern art. The show served as a catalyst for American artists, who became more independent and created their own "artistic language".

The Artists[edit]

These artists are all listed in the 50th anniversary catalog as having exhibited in the original 1913 Armory show.[1]

Robert Ingersoll Aitken

Alexander Archipenko

George Grey Barnard

Chester Beach

Gifford Beal

Maurice Becker

George Bellows

Joseph Bernard

Guy Pène du Bois

Oscar Bluemner

Pierre Bonnard

Gutzon Borglum

Antoine Bourdelle

Constantin Brâncuși

Georges Braque

Patrick Henry Bruce

Paul Burlin

Theodore Earl Butler

Charles Camoin

Arthur Carles

Mary Cassatt

Oscar Cesare

Paul Cézanne

Pierre Puvis de Chavannes

Camille Corot

Gustave Courbet

Henri-Edmond Cross

Leon Dabo

Andrew Dasburg

Honoré Daumier

Jo Davidson

Arthur B. Davies

Stuart Davis

Edgar Degas

Eugène Delacroix

Robert Delaunay

Maurice Denis

André Derain

Marcel Duchamp

Raoul Dufy

Jacob Epstein

Roger de La Fresnaye

Othon Friesz

Paul Gauguin

William Glackens

Albert Gleizes

Vincent van Gogh

Francisco Goya

Marsden Hartley

Childe Hassam

Robert Henri

Edward Hopper

Ferdinand Hodler

Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres

James Dickson Innes

Augustus John

Wassily Kandinsky

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

Leon Kroll

Walt Kuhn

Gaston Lachaise

Marie Laurencin

Ernest Lawson

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

Fernand Léger

Jonas Lie

George Luks, Aristide Maillol

Édouard Manet, Henri Manguin

John Marin

Albert Marquet

Henri Matisse

Alfred Henry Maurer

Kenneth Hayes Miller

Claude Monet

Adolphe Monticelli

Edvard Munch

Elie Nadelman

Walter Pach

Jules Pascin

Francis Picabia

Pablo Picasso

Camille Pissarro

Maurice Prendergast

Odilon Redon

Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Boardman Robinson

Theodore Robinson

Auguste Rodin

Georges Rouault

Henri Rousseau

Morgan Russell

Albert Pinkham Ryder

André Dunoyer de Segonzac

Georges Seurat

Charles Sheeler

Walter Sickert

Paul Signac

Alfred Sisley

John Sloan

Amadeo de Souza Cardoso

Joseph Stella

John Henry Twachtman

Félix Vallotton

Raymond Duchamp-Villon

Jacques Villon

Maurice de Vlaminck

Édouard Vuillard

Abraham Walkowitz

J. Alden Weir

James Abbott McNeill Whistler

Jack B. Yeats

Marguerite Zorach

William Zorach,[2]

More artists[edit]

Abastenia St. Leger Eberle, The White Slave, c.1913

These artists are also all listed in the 50th anniversary catalog and in The Story of the Armory Show [3] as having exhibited in the original 1913 Armory show.[4]

Albert Abendschein

John H. Alger

Karl Anderson (artist)

Edmund Marion Ashe

Florence Howell Barkley

Von Bechtejeff

Marion H. Beckett

Nelson N. Bickford

Olaf Bjorkman

Alexander Blanchet

Hans Bolz

Homer Boss

Bessie Marsh Brewer

D. Putnam Brinley

Bolton Brown

Fannie Miller Brown

Edith Woodman Burroughs

Auguste Elisée Chabaud

O. N. Chaffee

Robert Winthrop Chanler

Émilie Charmy

Amos Chew

Alfred Vance Churchill

Gustave Cimiotti, Jr.

Edwin L. Clymer

Harry W. Coate

Nessa Cohen

Glenn O. Coleman

Howard Coluzzi

Charles Conder

Kate Cory

Arthur Crisp

Herbert Crowley

J. Frank Currier

Carl Gordon Cutler

Randall Davey

Charles Harold Davis

Edith Dimock (Mrs.

William Glackens)

Rudolph Dirks

Nathaniel Dolinsky

Gaines Ruger Donoho

Henri Lucien Doucet

Katherine S. Dreier

Aileen King Dresser

Lawrence Tyler Dresser

Florence Dreyfous

Guy Péne Du Bois

Richard H. Duffy

Georges Léon Dufrénoy

Abastenia St. Leger Eberle

Henry B. Eddy, Amos W. Engle

Florence Esté, Lily Everett

Jules Flandrin, Mary Foote

James Earle Fraser

Kenneth Frazier, Ernest Arthur Freund

Sherry E. Fry, Ernest Fuhr

Samuel Wood Gaylor, Phelan Gibb

Wilhelm Gimmi, Pierre Girieud

Henry I. Glintenkamp, Anne Goldthwaite

Charles Guérin, Bernard Gussow

Bernhard Gutmann, Philip L. Hale

Samuel Halpert

Charles R. Harley

Edith Haworth

Walter Helbig

Julius Hess

Eugene Higgins

Margaret Hoard

Nathaniel Hone

Charles Hopkinson

Cecil De B. Howard

Albert Humphreys

Thomas Hunt (artist)

Margaret Wendell Huntington

F. M. Jansen

Gwen John

Grace Mott Johnson

Julius Paul Junghanns

Bernard Karfiol

Henry G. Keller

Edith L. King

Alfred Kirstein

Adolph Kleiminger

Hermine E. Kleinert

Edward Adam Kramer

Pierre Laprade

Arthur Lee (sculptor)

Derwent Lee

Wilhelm Lehmbruck

Rudolph Levy

Amy Londoner

August Frederick Lundberg

Dodge MacKnight

Elmer Livingston MacRae

Gus Mager

Edward Middleton Manigault

Manuel Martinez Hugué

Matthew Maris

Jacqueline Marval

Carolyn Mase

Max Mayrshofer

Francis McCowas

Kathleen McEnery

Howard McLean

Charlotte Meltzer

Oscar Miestchanioff

David Brown Milne

John Frederick Mowbray-Clarke

Henri Muhrmann

Hermann Dudley Murphy

Myra Musselmann-Carr

Ethel Myers

Jerome Myers

Frank Arthur Nankivell

Helen J. Niles

Olga Oppenheimer

Marjorie Organ (Mrs.

Robert Henri)

Josephine Paddock

Agnes Lawrence Pelton

Charles H. Pepper

Van Dearing Perrine

H. S. Phillips

Pietro (artist)

Walter K. Pleuthner

Louise Pope (artist)

Louis Potter

T. E. Powers

James Moore Preston

May Wilson Preston

James Pryde

Arthur Putnam

Bertrand Rasmussen

Henry Reuterdahl

Katharine Rhoades

Dr. William Rimmer

Mary Rogers

Paul Rohland

Jules Edouard Roiné (Jules E. Roiné)

Edward F. Rook

Ker-Xavier Roussel

Charles Cary Rumsey

George W. Russell

Victor D. Salvatore

Morton L. Schamberg

William E. Schumacher

Charles Serret

Julius Seyler

Charles Shannon

Sidney Dale Shaw

Max Slevogt

Carl Sprinchorn

Wilson Steer

Frances Simpson Stevens

Morgan Stinemetz

Nicolai A. Tarchov

Henry Fitch Taylor

William L. Taylor (artist)

Felix E. Tobeen

Gaston Toussaint

Allen Tucker

Alden Twachtman

Bessie Potter Vonnoh

F. M. Walts

Hilda Ward

Alexander L. Warshawsky

F. William Weber

E. Ambrose Webster

Friedrich August Weinzheimer

Albert Weisgerber

Julius Wentscher, Jr.

Charles Henry White

Claggett Wilson

Denys Wortman Jr.

Enid Yandell

Arthur Young

Mahonri Young

Eugene Zak

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 1913 Armory Show 50th Anniversary Exhibition 1963 copyright and organized by Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute, copyright and sponsored by the Henry Street Settlement, New York City, Library of Congress card number 63-13993
  2. ^ 1913 Armory Show 50th Anniversary Exhibition 1963 copyright and organized by [[Munson-Williams- Proctor Arts Institute]], copyright and sponsored by the Henry Street Settlement, New York City, Library of Congress card number 63-13993
  3. ^ Brown, Milton W., The Story of the Armory Show Joseph H Hirshhorn Foundation, NY 1963
  4. ^ 1913 Armory Show 50th Anniversary Exhibition 1963 copyright and organized by Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute, copyright and sponsored by the Henry Street Settlement, New York City, Library of Congress card number 63-13993

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