Cézanne and the Modern: Masterpieces of European Art from the Pearlman Collection

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Cézanne and the Modern showcases fifty masterworks of late 19th- to mid-20th-century avant-garde European art from the Henry and Rose Pearlman Collection, one of the most distinguished private collections of modern art in the United States. The volume opens with Henry Pearlman’s “Reminiscences of a Collector,” a fascinating first-person narrative, newly annotated to identify key individuals and dates mentioned in the text. An essay by art historian Rachael Z. DeLue places Pearlman in the context of mid-20th-century American collecting, and a detailed chronology illuminates Pearlman’s collecting practices in relation to noteworthy events in the art world. A series of sixteen brief essays by leading scholars focuses on each of the represented artists and their works, richly illustrated with sumptuous color plates, select details, and numerous comparative images. A comprehensive checklist documenting each of the works—including detailed provenance, exhibition history, bibliographic references, and commentary by a conservator—rounds out this handsome volume, which is published to accompany the first international tour of this important collection.

Published to accompany the first international tour of this important collection. This exhibition is on view at the Vancouver Art Gallery from February 14 to May 18, 2015.

 

Edited by Princeton University Art Museum
Essays by Rachael Z. DeLueScott AllanBridget AlsdorfKelly BaumPetra T. ChuCaroline I. HarrisCora MichaelNorman MullerBetsy RosascoMatthew SimmsJames StewardAllison UnruhAlastair Wright and Lynda Zycherman

304 pages
10 x 12 inches
ISBN 9780300174403
Softcover
Princeton University Art Museum
2014