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Movement - Pertaining to Deer Isle, Maine - The Harbor I

Artist:
John Marin (American, Rutherford, New Jersey 1870–1953 Cape Split, Maine)
Date:
1927
Medium:
Watercolor, graphite, and chalk on paper
Dimensions:
16 7/8 x 22 1/4 in. (42.9 x 56.5 cm)
Classification:
Drawings
Credit Line:
Gift from an American, 1936
Accession Number:
36.62.1
Rights and Reproduction:
© 2016 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
Not on view
Inscription: Signed and dated (lower right): Marin 27
the artist (from 1927; to Stieglitz); Alfred Stieglitz, New York (probably 1928–36; his anonymous gift to MMA)

Intimate Gallery, New York. "Marin Exhibition," November 14–December 29, 1928, no. 27.

Museum of Modern Art, New York. "John Marin: Watercolors, Oil Paintings, Etchings," October 19–November 22, 1936, no. 84.

New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Contemporary Painting in the United States," April 19–27, 1941, no. 227.

Minneapolis. Walker Art Center. "American Watercolor and Winslow Homer," February 27–May 23, 1945, unnumbered cat. (p. 65).

Detroit Institute of Arts. "American Watercolor and Winslow Homer," April 3–May 1, 1945, unnumbered cat.

Brooklyn Museum. "American Watercolor and Winslow Homer," May 15–June 12, 1945, unnumbered cat.

Philadelphia Museum of Art. "John Marin: Milestones and Masterpieces in Watercolor," June 1–August 31, 1951, no catalogue (checklist no. 2; as "Pertaining to Deer Isle—The Harbor, No. 1").

Springfield, Mass. George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum. "John Marin: Milestones and Masterpieces in Watercolor," September 4–20, 1951, no catalogue.

Coral Gables. Art Gallery, University of Miami. "John Marin," October 2–20, 1951, no. 16 (as "Pertaining to Deer Isle The Harbor No. 1").

Jacksonville, Fla. State Teachers College. "John Marin: Milestones and Masterpieces in Watercolor," November 4–25, 1951, no catalogue.

Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania College for Women. "John Marin: Milestones and Masterpieces in Watercolor," December 9, 1951–January 9, 1952, no catalogue.

West Palm Beach. Norton Gallery and School of Art. "John Marin: Milestones and Masterpieces in Watercolor," January 23–February 17, 1952, no catalogue.

Oklahoma City. Oklahoma Art Center. "John Marin: Milestones and Masterpieces in Watercolor," March 1–22, 1952, no catalogue.

Grinnell, Iowa. Grinnell College Art Department. "John Marin: Milestones and Masterpieces in Watercolor," April 4–25, 1952, no catalogue.

Rockford, Ill. Rockford Art Association. "John Marin: Milestones and Masterpieces in Watercolor," May 10–31, 1952, no catalogue.

New York. American Academy of Arts and Letters. "John Marin, 1870–1953," January 15–February 14, 1954, no. 38.

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. "John Marin Memorial Exhibition," March 1–April 17, 1955, no. 32 (wc) (as "Pertaining to Deer Isle-The Harbor, Deer Isle, Maine Series, No. 1").

Washington, D. C. Phillips Gallery. "John Marin Memorial Exhibition," May 15–June 30, 1955, no. 32 (wc).

San Francisco Museum of Art. "John Marin Memorial Exhibition," July 19–September 11, 1955, no. 32 (wc).

University of California, Los Angeles. "John Marin Memorial Exhibition," September 28–November 9, 1955, no. 32 (wc).

Cleveland Museum of Art. "John Marin Memorial Exhibition," November 17, 1955–January 1, 1956, no. 32 (wc).

Minneapolis Institute of Arts. "John Marin Memorial Exhibition," February 3–March 20, 1956, no. 32 (wc).

Palm Beach. Society of the Four Arts. "John Marin Memorial Exhibition," March 9–20, 1956 (part 1, drawings, etchings and watercolors); March 23–April 1, 1956 (part 2, oils), no. 32 (wc).

University of Georgia, Athens. "John Marin Memorial Exhibition," May 1956, no. 32 (wc).

New York. Whitney Museum of American Art. "John Marin Memorial Exhibition," June 13–July 29, 1956, no. 32 (wc).

London. Arts Council Gallery. "John Marin: Paintings, Watercolours, Drawings, and Etchings: An Exhibition," September 22–October 20, 1956, no. 60.

Katonah Museum of Art. "John Marin (1870-1953): Etchings and Paintings," January 6–29, 1958, no catalogue (listed in checklist as "Deer Isle Harbor").

Queens. New York World's Fair, Better Living Center. "Four Centuries of American Masterpieces: An Exhibition Arranged by the Skowhegan School of Painting and Architecture," May 22–October 18, 1964, no. 35.

Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. "Demuth, Marin, and Dove," February 2–March 12, 1967, no catalogue.

New York. Center for Inter-American Relations. "Artists of the Western Hemisphere: Precursors of Modernism, 1860–1930," September 19–November 12, 1967, unnumbered cat. (fig. 16).

Waterville. Colby College. "Maine Landscape Paintings: 150 Anniversary of Maine's Statehood," April 4–May 10, 1970, no catalogue.

Brunswick. Bowdoin College Museum of Art. "Maine Landscape Paintings: 150 Anniversary of Maine's Statehood," May 21–June 28, 1970, no catalogue.

Orono. Carnegie Gallery, University of Maine. "Maine Landscape Paintings: 150 Anniversary of Maine's Statehood," July 5–August 30, 1970, no catalogue.

New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Paintings and Watercolors by John Marin," February 3–March 19, 1981, no catalogue.

Roslyn Harbor, N. Y. Nassau County Museum of Art. "Landscape of America: The Hudson River School to Abstract Expressionism," November 10, 1991–February 9, 1992, unnumbered cat. (p. 60).

New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Stieglitz and His Artists: Matisse to O'Keeffe," October 13, 2011–January 2, 2012, no. 153.

New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "John Marin Watercolors," March 26–August 26, 2012, no catalogue.

Emanuel M. Benson. John Marin: The Man and His Work. Washington, D.C., 1935, p. 77, fig. 36.

"Two Water Colors by Marin." Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art 31 (June 1936), p. 132.

MacKinley Helm. John Marin. Boston, 1948, pp. 62, 163, pl. 21.

Albert Ten Eyck Gardner. History of Water Color Painting in America. New York, 1966, p. 113, pl. 98.

Sheldon Reich. John Marin: A Stylistic Analysis and Catalogue Raisonné. Tucson, 1970, vol. 2, p. 582, fig. 27.28.

Lisa Mintz Messinger in Stieglitz and His Artists: Matisse to O'Keeffe. The Alfred Stieglitz Collection in The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Ed. Lisa Mintz Messinger. Exh. cat., The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, 2011, p. 10.

Jessica Murphy in Stieglitz and His Artists: Matisse to O'Keeffe. The Alfred Stieglitz Collection in The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Ed. Lisa Mintz Messinger. Exh. cat., The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, 2011, pp. 180-81, 273, no. 153, ill. (color).



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