Katsushika, Hokusai, Sentarō Egawa, and John Davis Batchelder. 1834. Fugaku hyakkei. Nagoya: Eirakuya Tōshirō. Inside Slipcase. RB NE1325.K3 A4 1834
In 1943, Frank Lloyd Wright sent Hilla Rebay two books about Japanese Prints, including one featuring what he believed to be among Katushika Hokusai’s very best works. More
Schwitters, Kurt, and Kate Traumann Steinitz. 1924. Die märchen vom paradies. Hannover: Apossverlag. Cover. RB N7433.4.S39 M37 1924.
A collaborative work written and illustrated by Kurt Schwitters and Kate Steinitz, two artists associated with Dada, this book for children was published in Hannover, Germany, in 1924. More
Draft checklist, undated. Exhibition files. A0003. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Archives. New York, NY
More than 40 years ago, On Kawara’s work was first shown at the Guggenheim Museum as part of the 1971 Sixth Guggenheim International Exhibition
Klee, Paul, and James Thrall Soby. 1945. The Prints of Paul Klee. New York: C. Valentin. (01) Virgin on the Tree, Jungfrau im Baum. RB NE654.K47 S6 1945.
Featuring plates of facsimile impressions of 40 lithographs and etchings, The Prints of Paul Klee
was first published in the summer of 1945 by the art dealer Curt Valentin. More
“Environmental Electronic Sculptures” flyer, Judson Gallery, 1968. Artist files. A0008. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Archives. New York, NY
These materials provide a glimpse into Juan Downey’s work, the artists with whom he collaborated, and the venues in which he showed. More
Ernst, Max. 1934. Une semaine de bonté; ou, Les sept éléments capitaux. [Paris]: J. Bucher, 1934. Covers (volume 1–5). RB N7433.4 .E76 1934
While living in northern Italy in 1933, Max Ernst cut up Victorian novels, encyclopedias, wood engravings, and natural science journals to create Une Semaine de Bonté
Adventures of *, 1957. James Johnson Sweeney records. A0001. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Archives. New York, NY.
“The Adventures of *” tells the story of a giggling, rambunctious toddler (in the form of an asterisk) who bothers his serious father with his playful nature and curiosity. More