Glück became an Assistant at the Vienna Kunsthistorisches Museum in 1900, Curator and de facto Director in 1911, and Director in name in 1916. He resigned the directorship of the Vienna Gallery in 1931, moved from Vienna to London in 1938, and moved to Santa Monica in 1942. As a Festschrift, his students published a two-volume annotated collection of his periodical articles in 1933.
- Die Kunst der Renaissance in Deutschland, in Niederlanden, Frankreich, 1933
- Bruegels Gemälde, 1934
- Die Landschaften von D. D. Rubens, 1942
- Burchard, L., 'Obituary: Gustav Glück', The Burlington Magazine, Vol. 95, No. 599 (Feb., 1953), p. 55
- Ellis K. Waterhouse, 'Dr. Gluck's Festschrift', The Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs, Vol. 63, No. 364 (Jul., 1933), p. 45, reviewing Gesammelte Aufsätze. I-Rubens, Van Dyck und Ihr Kreis. II-Aus Drei Jahrhunderten Europäischer Malerei, 2 vols.
- Entry at the Dictionary of Art Historians
- Works by or about Gustav Glück in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
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